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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

■pfPffMpi ;a THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT RKH ^ A A AAAA AAAA AAAA AAAA AA AA AA AA j CUT PRICES FOR SEPTEMBER \ > ► J i j j j « ] 1 */v ON WALL PAPER 1 8c, 10c, 12c, 15e Per Double Roll Formerlly Sold at 12c, 15c, 25 and 40c CANVAS, 5c 6RADE AT 4 1-4c Buggy Paint, Wagon Paint, Any Kind of Paint Found .at I ► ► ► ► I ► ► I t 1 Gray's Paint Store \ i I • •• • •Aff**'• • ••4v SCHOOL SUPPLIES I For the Kindergarten, for the High School, for all grades. We have the school supplies needed -- stationery, pencils, rules, tablets. Fit the chil- dren out satisfactorilIy--fit them out here and save money BELTON DRUG CO., Home of Pure Drugs •v ;•,« •#.•••••* •*# *.v CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY riy large volume of trade enables me to supply you with the very freshest groceries <0 BOTH PHONES Cam Bangle Northwest Oorner Square Beltton, Texas Have you ordered your winter supply of Coal? If not it will be to your interest to see us before you place your order. We are in position to save...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

S®Rj£ ; Sfe 18 W0 BSSste i'V &■' S m KiM lllCS' I IHE; INTERESTING PREMIUM LIST BELTON FAIR ASSOCIATION • The following is the list of premiums offered by the Belton Fair Association, at it's first annual live stock show and agricul- tural exhibit, which will begin October 6th and continue five days: |e§|§-v> ' mMMa/LK • HORSES. ' CLASS 1. 1st 2d Beat Stallion, Standard, Registered, 3 years old and over....$5.00 $2.50 Beat Stallion, Combination, Registered, 3 and over 5.00 2.50 Beat Stallion, Draft, Registered, 3 and over 5.00 2.50 Best Stallion, Standard, Registered, 2 and under 3.00 2.00 Beat Stallion, Combination, Registered, 2 and under 3.00 2.00 Best Stallion, Draft, Registered, 2 and under 3.00 2.00 Best Brood Mare( open field 5.00 2.50 Best Filley, 3 years and under (open field) 5.00 2.50 Best Standard Colt, 1 year apd under. Registered 3.00 2.00 Best Combination colt, 1 year and under, Registered 3.00 2.00 Best Draft colt, 1 year and under, Registered.. 3.00 ~2.00 JAC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

THE RWTX OOTTNTY DEMOCRAT ie ■ RAY & ELLIOTT We are Receiving Big Shipments of Our Fall Purchases Every Day and are now in Position to Fill Your Every Want. And we want you to understand that you will save a large part of your money by doing your shopping with us. Ours is a STRICTLY CASH MOUSE and that means LOW PRICES. We have no bad accounts to make good by putting the prices up on those who pay. We have ONE PRICE FOR EVERY CUSTOMER. Rich and poor receive the same treatment here. If you only want a penny's worth your trade is just as much appreciated and receive the same courteous treatment as if you wanted a hundred dollars' worth OUR MENS' AND BOYS' NEW S. M. & S. HAND TAILORED SUITS Are on our Counters. Young Heri, Come in and See the Best Clothing in Texas—Perfect in Fit, Elegant in Design, and Prices that will Save you from $5.00 to $10.00 on Every Suit. Boys' School Suits And School Shoes, School Hose Hats And Gaps * Mothers, You Want The Right Thing For Your Boys. Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

... nil mmr i&* is ? w ? • %-'. i Jml Pt ■ Ite fe. Pi wgP:^ 88 i « 1 s •- ft' ■TW ?> '•••.; : .. '• ■ ■■- V: • SUP -If w iff ' •••.::; . Ht"#aV - ro. Ill BP §§§$£. ">•' ?.;' '' H l;* -1 iitM • §& ®t * 6 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Some Points of Peril That Are Dreaded by Seamen. MERCILESS KENTISH KNOCK. Thla Real Davy Jon**' Locker I* a Va«t Cemetery For All Ship* That ' Arc Gripped by It* R*ltntl««i Sands, i Sable Itland'a Fingers of Osath. The exact location of Davy Jones' locker la not shown on any ocean chart extant, principally because it Is a state and not a place, but if any one ocean deatb trap deserves the title It is tbe Thames estuary. The British naval department has a chart upon which It marks the position of wrecks with « black dot On this chart the Thames mouth tract is a solid block spot Bo numerous have been the wrecks that tbe dota ran together. The point where the black dots actually pile one on top of another is tbe Kentish Knock, *nd this la tbe place...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

■MS m THE BELIjOOUNT^YDEMOCRAT MfMIMtHfHMMH •• 0GKKMD«O«OOOOOO ••• «MMf ••••( S HOG RAISING FOR PROFIT HOB PASTURES ARE NECESSARY SWINE RAISING PROFITABLE The raisine of swine can be made one of the most prolitable industries of the day and I believe that now is the opportune time to engage more largely in the enter- prise. It promises quicker and greater returns for the labor and capital expended than does the production of any other kind of live stock. Attention is particularly called to this because of the startling de cline in sheep throughout the world for .he past thirty years, amounting to a total diminishing of the Hocks of about 93,000, 000 head, or an average of over 3,000,000 lesa sheep annually. This too, in the face of the great ncrease in the world's spopu- lation. IN CREASED CON SI" M PTION There is more and more bacon being consumed yearly than at any previous his- tory of the world. The mild cured variety is fast displacing beet as a meat for mass- es. People had a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 September 1908

Krifx) IP St: li I 2> f f i i I > I 11 ! I ' s !: ■rh 1: 0- J. Z. MILLER, Pres. J- Z. MILLER, Jr., Cush. W. W. JAMES, Asst. Cash A. D. POTTS, Dir. JO ZACH MILLER, III, Ass't Cash. DIRECTORS: J. Z. Milter A. M. Montei.h J. Z. Miller, Jr A. 1>. Potts Jo Zach MiiU-r. Ill W. W. JaiTum KMVMMTIOIM^MK If You Appraciate SIFETY| ■courtESY^^^^^H HHpromptiiess^^H Give Us Your Business, Large or Small STATIONERY. We sell a linen grain wallet flap envelope, the kind you pay 10c for, at 4o a package; we carry the best and strongest line of 5 cent tablets in town; two doe. box paper, regular 80c goods at 25c a box; paper nap- kins 15c a 100. Get busy, DUNCAN CABRICK. Fanners Cotton teed Co. Will pay $13.00 per ton F. 0. B. ears Belton Nolanville and Killeen Bnnoh your seed and get the top prices, Everett Brain Co. Betton Texas. Just arrived—Our 1908 decorated lamps; they are beauties. Get busy, DUNCAN CAMUCK. your life against 26c is just exactly what you are doing If you neglect a cough ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 September 1908

r ■> '<•% * ""U W'0;] TUESDA Y EDITION M TIIC DEMOCRAT Publlikei All the News All tke Tine 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE .A. WEEK. TIC KMOCKAT Is NMiM la ttM NMt Dessely Pepeletetf Settles ef the fireat State ef Texas Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, 1UESDAY, SEPTEMBER aa, iqoS Number 19 Lesser Officials Returning To Work Washington, Sept. 19.—"The boss is coming—get busy!" This is the word that has been passed about among the employes of the .While House, and as a result the cleaners and dusters and gardeners and mea of all worK have been laboring over- time during the last week. The exe- cutive mansion has now assumed a spick and span appearance and will be ready for its occupants when the president and his family arrive from Oyster Bay three days hence. A lot of pleasant official vacations In September have been cut very short. The president Is returning. All the others of his executive force must govern themselves accordingly. It seems to have been ov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 September 1908

¥m *. • kfc 1M, ife slro « a-. W ' ImX? MP-*-- iSps- >f.\. Bell County Democrat BaUbliahedia it(i PeMlilM Br iemcrat riMlsblig Company (Incorporated) DIRECTORS:" S. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pre#., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., G«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. 5UB CRIPTIOW. goc. PER YEAR Bntered at the Bclton Portoffice as Bec- oad Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Ends E. R. Everett J. P. Elliott O. M. Pelts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell Sorrows of Pnblic Life. In another part of this issue of the Democrat will be found an article from the Grand Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 September 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT SUfcfl . RAY & ELLIOTT Specials For Wednesday And Thursday (ft One Lot Ladies' White Waists that would be cheap at $1.00, Wednesday and Thursday 59c One case of A. F. C. Ginghams, short lengths, from i yard to 10 yards to the piece; sold by others at 12^ and 15c; Wednesday and Thursday 8 l-3c One Lot Waists, Lace Trimmed Sold everywhere at $2.00 and $2.50; Wednesday and Thursday SCHOOL OUTFITS! Boys' School Suits, Hats and Shoes; Girls' School Shoes, Best in the Market, And Prices Low YOUNG MENS' FINE TAILORED SUITS FOR FALL A SAVING OF $5.00 TO $10.00 ON EACH SUIT m m Department Store RAY & ELLIOTT'S Belton, Texas icnnaaDizuiQQ Mr. Dice of Temple Belton Thursday. was 111 T. B. Roberts of Sparta and A. J. Mc Craken from Still House Hollow were in town this week on business. R. S. Prater of Salado brought cotton.to Belton Thursday. Mr. Jackson from Nolanville was in Belton Thursday. Miss Mary Witter has returned from Austin where she has been visiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 22 September 1908

J. z. MILLER, Pres. J- Z. MILLER, Jr., Cush W. W. JAMES, Asst. Cash A. D. POTTS, Dir. JO ZACH MILLER, III, Ass't Cash HIHKCTORS:; . BELTON NATIONAL BANK J. z. MUier A. M. Moniei.h J. Z. Miller. Jr A. 13. Pott* Jo Zaeh Mlilcr, III W. W. J a me# If You Appraciate safety ■■PROBptness^^^I [accuracy! Give Us Your Business, Large or Small THE BELL OODNTY DEMOCRAT fjt a lft: G m- SCHOOL SOPPLIES Ink, Pencils, Tablets, Composition Books, Pen Holders, School Satchels and Straps, Pencil Boxes, and in fact everything in the way of school supplies except text books. I have a fine line of books by standard authors at special prices. Brop in and see what I have. HENRY HOWELL The Avenue Druggist. THE LONE STAR GROCERY QUALITY—At ell tines the highest pos- sible standard. PRICES—As Low as Honest Dealing Can Mahe. STAMPER & WILES North Side Square, Belton. Guns And." If you contemplate the purchase of a new gnn this year I can save you money. Have just received a laree shipment of guns of all st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

'&s£&4s&i '■« THE DEMOCRAT Pabllikei All tlw Newt All tke Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR, BELL # State Library FRIDA Y EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. M & FXJB3LISHEI3D TWICE .A. WEEK. TM MM0CIAT U NMkM la Mm Meet ef the Sreat State efTe Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1908 Number ao The Belton Live Stock And Agricultural Exhibit On the morning of Tuesday, October 0th, the Belton Pair asso- ciation will open its Live Stock and Agricultural Exhibit, and pros- pects are that it will be a success from the very beginning. There is every reason for this exhibition to be a success. To start with there is a special need of just this kind of an entertainment. It is one of the greatest stimulants to the progressive farmer and stock raiser, creating a greater demand for the class of farm products which yield the greatest amount to the people of any country. It helps to inspire our people to breed and raise better stock and raise a higher class of all produce. To encourage th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

H* m -' • SmwS- .- •< w->: gu • y ,■ sf® *. H'- & i 1 Sf H K1: fss te u r'-"' Bell County Democrat BaUbliahcd ia 1S96. Publish** By ieawrat Pikllshlig Company (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pre*.. W. S. Hunter, Vice Prar, C. B. Smith, Sec-Treat., Geo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, HUMWr. MHMCRIPTION. $oe. PER YBAR Entered at the Bel ton Poctoffice u Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. Draocrat Stock Holders. W. 8. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Ho sea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson W. K. Austin Frank Baker C. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts RoyHammersmith ftp. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. Yarrell a <& * ■ $>■ ■ r .. Lett Full Together. Would you like to see Belton the be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT WV AA^AAAAA^AMMUMMh IT IS IN THE AIR These cooler days and pleasant nights remind us that fall is here. Everything is taking on new life. THERE IS A HUSTLE ON. Just now there is great activity among the school children preparing to enter school for the fall term. ►2 : ! ! ♦I ♦I >2 ♦I 2 >2 « « 2 •J >5 ♦I ♦2 ♦2 $ ♦2 ♦2 >2 2 >2 ♦2 ♦2 ♦2 «£ ♦2 ! There Is a Merry Hustle on Among The Farmers Harvesting: a bountiful crop. It is indeed a sight to see the loads upon loads of cotton, the streams of wagons bring- ing in corn, hay, oats and wheat, and many other products of the farm. You can't stand on the streets of Belton these days and see all this and imagine such a thing as a panic. Verily, the panic is over for a truth, and old Bell surely is in the midst of PEACE, PLENTY AND PROSPERITY. & I i * WE HAVE BEEN HUSTLING around some ourselves. For some time we have been expecting and getting ready for the biggest trade in the history of Belton, this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

1 WKt' s>, :>« ' p- K! HfeT.y-." i • Sp.;. pi A % ■ W'.. : W: t. ' if. |d£-V ■ / Hi' p;?" lite K i ) • 1 ft P. 1' ■>V J :: iif v . ii iBBa At ELOPEMENTS III MEXICO law Against Too-Youthful Marrisgss Moot Strictly Enforctd In J tho Ropubllo. "Not long since, while in San An- tonio, Tex., I stopped at a hotel in the parlors of which occurred a very pretty and romantic wedding," saic Sir. E. V. Turner of Mempl' Tenn., at the Stafford. "The principals were a young Ifexioan of great wealth and high aocial position and a beautifu young wonxan of the same nation- ality. They had traveled over 1,000 miles to get married in the Unitec. States, for, owing to the rigid laws of their own land, they were not able to wed at home. The reason was the bride's youthfulness. She was only 17, and in Mexico, unless the fair one's parents and guardians agree no priest dare join in wedlock if the woman be under 21. In the sister republic they punish severely for any infraction of this statute, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

mm THE RELLCOrNTY DEMOCRAT f &l IE ISPECIAL LACE SALE Friday Morning 10,000 Yards Vallencinnes and Torchon Lace, Sold Everywhere From 71-2C to 20c a / Friday, Here at 5c Yard Department Store RAY & ELLIOTT'S Belton, Texas McinaaaCTiicia Summers Mill. Well, we have been in the middle -of a bad fix the past week as we never did believe in sprinkling, and could scarcely get away from the house without it beginning to shower on us, so we will have to sur- render presuming that it was the will of the Master. Mr. Holden, from the Tyler farm, has moved over in our community and located with John Campbell to pick cotton. The showery weather for the past ten days has completely tied up cot- ton picking. Shelly Thompson of Heidenheimer was a pleastnt visitor near this place Saturday night and Sunday. Our gin has been doing a fine busi- ness this season. It has turned out about 5G0 bales up to date. W. S. S. Wilson and son, John, /made a business trip to Belton Sat- urday. C. E. Hollan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

|£gpA&; I; THE RttT.r. OOPNTY DEMOCRAT ?$$ ARE YOU GOING TO TO THE BELTON FAIR &. LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT Inclu sive Splendid List of Premiums For LIVE STOCK and AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS All Kinds of Amusements Parades by Merchants and Stockmen FIREMEN'S RACES FOR PURSE OF TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS |S/ GOOD MUSIC ALL THE TIME See the Alligator Shoot the Chutes BALLOON ASCENSIONS Night ATTRACTIONS Ilnsurpassed SOMETHING DOING AL_l_ THE WHILE DON'T MISS IT Excursion Rates on All Railroads and Trolley Line For Information Address E. E. Upshaw, Manager Fair Association, or' A. L. Monteith, Secretary HEATING STOVES The season is almost at hand when you will have to have a Heating Stove, and if you are wise you will come around and see the fine line of Second Hand Stoves we have in stock, Some of them are as new; we bought them cheap and are going to soli them the same way. Better come right away if you want to pick over the bargains. Ween the norther comes the good ones will all be g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

i - !gg!——1 1 ••••••••••••••••••••••• •• ooooo«oeoooooo ••• •••••• : HOG RAISING FOR PROFIT • HOB FUTURES ARE NECESSARY swine raising profitable The raising of swine can be made one of the most profitable industries of the day and I believe that now is the opportune time to engage more largely in the enter- prise. It promises quicker and greater returns for the labor and capital expended than does the production of any other kind of live stock. Attention is particularly called to this because of the startling de cline in sheep throughout the world for the past thirty years, amounting to a total diminishing of the flocks of about 93,000, 000 head, or an average of over 3,000,000 lesa sheep annually. This too, in the face of the great ncrease in the world's spopu- lation. increased consl'mption There is more and more bacon being consumed yearly than at any previous his- tory of the world. The mild cured variety is fast displacing beet as a meat for mass- es. People had a very imperfec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 25 September 1908

■x THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT r- * ■ v} ST Ik^'; ,, > vwslmi afflfefc:? • • I • ■ $ &•* If! - ••' Em I HiK ^AUTUMN DISPLAY OF NEW DRESS FABRICS AND SILKS All the new weaves and shades to suit almost any fancy, are to be found in our immense stock of New Fall Styles of Dress Goods—all the new shades of green, grey and brown, as well as desirable reds, blues and blacks in both the fancy serge weaves and popular broadcloths. OUR PRICES THIS YEAR ARE LOWER THAN EVER AND YOU WILL PROFIT BY AN EARLY SELECTION -A-rtistic USTew Autumn Millinery ! Onflthe most lavish scale we have ever attempted—a Princely Gathering of Stvlish and Stunning American Model Hats, the ingenious products of the foremost artists—Becoming Hats to satisfy every purse. You are cordially invited to come and inspect our beautiful showing of Fall Millinery. COCHRAN COMPANY Style Leaders Belton, Texas A BETTER RECEIPT Than a check cannot be fonnd. Besides that it is the most convenient method of handling money. IT A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 September 1908

ruie State Library ■ -" "i * ■' '?■'•• /> .'S.-h&V # \ It/ THE DEMOCRAT Publlshei All the News All the Tint 30 CENTS THE YEAR. Y EDITION DEMOCRAT. $ TWICE .A. WEEK. IK KRMCIAT It MNsM la tfet Matt •f tlM ftrut ttaw af Tsms Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, frUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 39. IQ08 Number ai STILL HOUSE HOLLOW MYSTERY A Mysterious Band of Antequated People Discovered in a Mammouth Cave. Have Been Cave Dwellers Since the Year 1868—Have Almost For- Forgotteh Language—Will Visit Belton in Old Time Para- phernalia Tuesday Night Oct. 8 at 9 O'Clock. The Democrat has had much to say from time to time regarding the wonderful'works of nature surrounding Belton, and its editor has visited many interest- ing places within the past few months and to say that nature has bestowed on this sDlendid country loveliness and beauty is but stating the situation mildly. To the north, south and west no country can boast of more magnificent 9cenery. The editor of the Democrat is never happier than whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 September 1908

2 rag * x i Bell County Democrat ■etabdiebed is 1*96. NltoW By Deaicrat hlilsblofl .Conpaiy. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. R y, Pre«., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pre*., C. B. Smith, Sec-Trea#., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Entered at the Belton PostoflSce as Sec- ond Claw Mail Mattrr. Democrat Stock Holders. F. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Gads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thcs. W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P. McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Montoith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell Have you sent your friends a Fair catalog yet? They are now ready. _________ Many of the ladies of Belton will learn with regret that Waco has abandoned the F...

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