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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 September 1908

j - THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT E THE FIRST COLD BLAST i FROM THE FROZEN NORTH CAHE ROARING DOWN SUNDAY This should Remind you that you need to replenish the Shoe and hosiery section of your children's wardrobes. We want to sell you the Black Cat Hose for the School Boys and girls at I5C and 25c a pair. The only school hose that can stand the healthy, romping child. You want to see our School Shoes at $i.5o and $2.00. Made for hard service There is nothing like feeling comfortable in a New Suit. If you know it is the correct style, and that the tailoring is properly done, that it fits just right, you are never afraid of criticism, and are always perfectly easy in any com- pany. This is the way you feel when you wear Ray & Elliotts' Clothing; You know that they are the best and that the style is always correct. Come in and see them. t RAY & ELLIOTT'S rS Department Store Bel ton, Texas lEinannmnmn r. •• JUST RECEIVED I have just returned from mar- ket where I bought one of the fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 September 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Strt—lit of Tb Coadition of The Bolton National Bank Attkr Closo of Bnioets Sept. 2Srd, 1108. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $209,229.82 U. S. Bonds 25,750.00 Bank building, furniture and fixtures 12.500.00 CASH AND EXCHANGE $123,567.34 Total $371,047.16 LIABILITIES Capital $o0,000.00 Surplus and Profits 20,339.19 Circulation 25,000.00 DEPOSITS 175,707.97 Total $371,047.16 •N .!/ AND HER NAME WAS MAUD ! 8o, of course she had ft kick cominir- And when old Boffgs tried to nhoo the (lies off her left hind lotf, she let loose like a mountain howitzer and kicked Bogjjsy clear through the side of the barn. But. nay! Speaking of kicking. Don't you sometimes feel like kicking yourself, when you see how things on the place are going to the dogs'/ \ Now see here! We're making special low prices on all kinds of building material jiftt now, Kind of a cleaning up, you know. And you're sure to pick up some snaps if you come in soon. No matter whether you want just a single...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

•v>; t \ m I f I i :o l THE DEMOCRAT Pablltkei All th« News All th« Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL FRIDA Y EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. sue, Ub,tv FXJBHiISHEJID twice .A. WEEK. TK BOMCIAT I* NMttstf la Us Mart eftfcefireat State ef Tew Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER a, 1008 Number 21 AN APPEAL TO LOYAL CITIZENS To Belton Citizens:— We are nearing the day for the exhibit to open. The work is propressing and it now re- mains for each and every citizen to busy themselves about what they are going to put on exhibit- ion. T his is the time when the patriotism of each person should exert itself to make each day of the whole Fair a splendid suc- cess. Every family in Belton should be represented in this en- teprise, which is the common interest and common cause of our entie citizenship. This^ is a special appeal to "YOU READER," to get busy and go to record by getting up some sort of an exhibit for the benflt and entertainment of the Fair. Let us not say what are they go- ing to h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

turn- _THE flELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT If? it Wm. .. ■ Eretiv- Wmi&x't'., <\\- ipwt t ' ■ #;s. mm ;K. V - I w m. iPkV Bell County Democrat * BaUbliabed ia 1196. PuMUhetf By OuMcrat Pabllshiig Company. (Incorporated) . DIRECTORS: 1. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treaa., Qao. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WUODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Entered at the Belton Poatoffice aa Sec- ond Claaa Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. 9. K. Austin Frank Baker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. It. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads B. R. ETerutt i. F. Elliott O. M. Felta Roy Hammersmith Or. C, Freeman O. 8, Fisher J. M. Frailer J. H. Head Thos. Yorrell W. S. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Mnnteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Bay J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson The Still House Hollow Mystery. .The announcem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

.'M "Mf: OTffl THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT IT IS IN THE AIR —I These cooler days and pleasant nights remind us that ral! is here. Everything is taking on new]life. tJTHERE IS A HUSTLE ON. Just now there is great activity among the school children preparing to enter school forjthe fall term. 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 & x« 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 fall. We are trimming the sales, getting everything out of the way, and con- centrating ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

Hp1*! ppi^>; FT, VV* ; i r THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT PI HP?. fcs ' ' Ife 1 s iS ' I: '• £r>\ ; K||5St SUWMRT OF THE WEEK A RIIUMI OF THE MOST IMPOR- « TANT NEWS AT HOME AND 1 ABROAD. ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE 'A Carefully Digested end Condeiwed Compilation of Current New* Domestic and Foreign. The eleventh annual convention of the Texas Spiritualists' Association 4Bonvened in Dallas Friday. The survey of the proposed Waco, Temple end Marlin inteurban began Saturday morning out of Templa. , C. B. Scarbrough, aged 56 years, for manv years a citizen of Abilene, ifell dead Saturday morning as a re- sult of a.stroke of apoplexy. Aa a result of an explosion of a on a French armored cruiser Wednesday thirteen men are dead •nd many others seriously injured. Leslie Carter, at one time capital- ist and president of the South Side Elevated Railroad Company of Chi- cago, died at his home in that city Friday. F. D. Robertson, of Cleveland, •owner of the St. Louis National baseball team, str...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

nn -mm vlrf .*r ■?$$ THE BELL COP NT Y DEMOCRAT RIA Y %l ELL I OtTiT NEW GOODS NEW BAGS Genuine Alligator, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00, "worth a ffreat deal more. Morocco, Goat, Pig and Gram Imitation Leather $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $4.00. 50c and 25c Can't duplicate them anywhere for 50 per ct mere NEW BELTS Different from those you see in other houses, because thes are new $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c and 25c NEW DRESS FABRICS The New Shades and the Popular Staple Colors in New Wool Dress Fabrics. We have more dress goods than any two houses together in Bell county. NEW SILKS New Messalines, thz stylish thing for Suits or Waists, in all colors.. The Prices Are Lower than you can find anywhere else. m MENS AND BOYS' CLOTHING Happy is the young mm and, and old one too for that matter who is conscious of the fact that his suit is correct in style, fit and fabric* It gives him confidence in If, for ha feels that his personal appearance is not a subject of criticism. When they buy Ray & Elliot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

• V*^v- THE BttT.T. COUNTY DEMOCRAT K" < ( SR ' A 1 J Hi i|P I B1wB| rife* i is® m 'A WW* -J wis FARMERS mil at The Fair Inspect The Products Raised on The DAY RANCH Coleman County, Texas Booth on East Side of Squaae. 20,000 ACRES Improved And Unimproved LANDS FOR SALE 'Ml In Tracts To |Suit Purchaser. On Easy Terms— 1 To 20 Years Prices 'From $8.00 For Row To $25.00 For Improved. 22 FARMS. With Houses And Water Ready For Occupancy "IT* These lands are owned by the Day Ranch Co., and are situatec in the southwest part of Coleman county, eight miles south ol Valera, on the Santa Fe. The soil varies from a black to a choco late sandy loam, both of which are highly productive. Good, pun water in abundance. Plenty of wood and grass. The csuntry b well settled with gooc farmers. Numerous schools and churches daily mall service. Come and see the growing crops—the sight will do you good even if you don't buy. MORE THAN 200 FARMS ON THE NANCH Many Will Produce More Than Enough This Year ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT >••••••••••• •••••••• •• 0OOOO#O#OOCKKDO ••• mtH IMMHIIIIIIi MAJESTIC RANGES} SEE OUR EXHIBIT AND SPECIAL SALE DURING PAIR WEEK October Stli to lOtli. on HPuLlDlio Square oAVVCfj 1 TO v3 We Will Have a Salesman From the Factory And You Can Get A $7.50 SET OF WARE-FREE By Buying While He Is Here. We Buy Cotton and Corn We Sell Horses And Mules SMITH ®> PEYTON HARDWARE CO BELT OX - TEXAS •* W i '•••••••©•$•©©©©©•••••••• ©OOOCfeO •OQOOOO— NOT MUCH LONGER Will Our Cut Prices Last! WALL PAPER 1-2 PRICE Don't Wait Too Long And Regret It. WINDOW GLASS Largest Stock Ever Carried—Bought Last Summer when prices were low. See us for any size glass—we have them. Phone us your orders for Glazing. Gray's Paint Store 4F YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The SILVER KING BAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. Have you ordered your winter supply of Coal? If not it will be to your interest to see us before you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 2 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT I 5 eervm«MT * £ « 4 CO INI We Invite You To Come To Cochrans And View The Host Hagnificent And Most Comprehensive Stocks of Mens And Young Mens New Fall Clothes Ever Exhibited in Belton At Any Time Anywhere. We're sure you will like the fabrics for this sea- son. They are more than usually attractive, and we have obtained the choicest patterns offered by the makers. Don't only please the eye, but have a soft and pleasant feel. Just a word about our efforts to get for our friends and neighbors and patrons the most desirable clothes obtainable. We examined all the notable lines of suits and overcoats we offer for sale, looked at the clothes inside and out; cut them to pieces and studied the construction of every detail. The garment we finally selected will fit better, and keep their shape longer, will be more durable and satisfactory than any garpient manufactured. They were hand tailored for us by Messrs A. B. Kirshbaum & Company of Philladelphie, in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 October 1908

I?IW $U(c Llti^ry jv isaM THE DEMOCRAT NbMihei All tie Newt All the Tim SO CENTS THE YEAR. TliESDA Y EDITION PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. THE KMOCRAT |l pgyiiiii ||| Hn| Bmily nuirnl Sectiee at the treat Stats «f Taxas Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, IQO8 Number 33 'JES® EXTRA EDITION Ind 111. L ton lad Ink isi- laf- liad [rs. ■sit- [ur- ios- the >on. liss "g - tA ting his ^ean for hing >e. •up is- t not t and cold ative Ken" iat is Vou con- ledy's >y the- T) state- naior to ob- will pecial noon. big ntf re- liekest/ s Car- ie best •ct De- o. rs, the- ey are >y the- m Bell County Democrat THE MYSTERY DEEPENS Col. Steve Pearce Interviewed by The Democrat Editor. Says He Has Known of Cave at Still House Hollow for Many Years. In this day of commercialism, hustle and hurry, people have be- come incredulous, and they hard- ly believe anything out of the ordinary if they do not see it with their own eyes. When the Democrat editor published his discovery it was no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 October 1908

' - < l Wi W: m tSfte- m* lfp: ■') •■: ': ',. - '■•<r '•'r- S|.' ■0 ' P< t ; Bell County Democrat Established in 1S96. Published By eMMCfit nuuklag Co«p oy. (Incorporated) ■yxAAiyyvvviri* * * m DIRECTORS: S. M. Rav, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Oao. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. * w. M. WOODAIX. Manager. SUBSCRIPTION, 5«c- pliR YEAR Entered at the Belton Postoffice aa Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. y. K. Austin Frank Baker E. C. Clabaujjh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Ereratt J. P. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Pisher 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. Beese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W, Tyler Dr. W, A. Wil son Yarrell £ >■ -<tm ■ SPfc..." '■ p'K; w-im& 1$S Don't Kno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 October 1908

- ■ the bell county democrat *«■ biiii ■HEMManaaiKaooB ammmmummummmmmmm mm E K IN RAY & Our Counters are Full of Bargains for the Entire Week—Come in and see forj yourself Big Lot of Lace One Lot Pearl Buttons Outing - - - - 5C Ladies' Collars Worth 7^c to 2oc Value ioc to 25c Worth 15c and aoc Fair Week, 5c Yard Fair Week 7 1-2c Canton Flannel - 5C Fair Week, only 9c Twenty Thousand Dollars worth of Men's and Boys' Clothing at 20 to 25 per cent less than the same grades can be bought elsewhere. . Q H • 0 ■ ! SHOES Our Shoes are all Solid—Solid Bottoms, Solid Heels, Solid Vamps, Best flaterials, and Prices Below Anybody's. k# §>' RAY & ELLIOTT'S Department Store Bel ton, Texas SHINE & MORGAN Have a fresh shipment of Beans three times a week. . . Fruits, Vegetables and Fresh Groceries all the time. Give us a trial; we will treat you right. Shine & Morgan. rjmmmu SCHOOL SOPPLIES Ink, Pencils, Tablets, Composition Books, Pen Holders, School Satchels and Straps, Penci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 October 1908

n ■PSi 11 £%■ sk8K? js&f -.. p li BaHBP r i : V ferk' KtW«*! VSfc MgNt i'-jf Ifcrt v" ' %VL''> ■ I- -■ f ' ' p I I $mmk mm I :-t" k Our friends and custom- ers are invited to make our office their head- quarters SCHOOL BOOKS^ We will have all the new State adopted school books in stock by the time the schools open, as well as the High School book3 and all the necessary supplies for the children. The children should have good mateJial to work with, but not expensive, and that is just what we are prepared to supply them with. As it is well known, school books, are sold for spot cash, and no exceptions wfll be made to this rule. Hunter & Freeman BELTON - - - TEXAS' CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY riy large volume of trade enables me to supply you with the very „ . freshest groceries BOTH PHONES Northwest Oorner Square mm Deltton, Texas GOOD FRESH GROCERIES Just what you need Just what you want. B. M. HATCHER Next Door to Old Stand. Country Produce Wanted. BOB McARTOR Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

i 1 i I I I 1 f'v C \ ■gi^ysaiy library %• • — • HPMT> "1r < : 4'. "t r „ , «S % t, «. « ■ -fdti'.Wi.f.f « .. ■ v j^.. % .4. ™ ''>" f -* * ■ >W:* " t ...... R't. JBKmm TiC DEMOCRAT Palllihei All tin Nswi All the TIsm 59 CENTS THE YEAR. PUBLISHED TWICE .A. WEEK. TEXAS, BELTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, IQ08 /y afc' Volume XIII. 'is; DISCOVERY*AT HAMtlN OF REO- ISTERKD MATTER HAVINC) BEEN ROBBED. TEXAS HEWS ITEMS M. N. Kinnard, a white mail, shot and killed Jim Sickey, an Indian, at his residence in Lexington at noon Sunday. Manual Salaeer, a 19-year-old Mex- ican shot and killed himself early Monday morning at his home in San Antonio. Fire Saturday night destroyed the grain house of the Walker Grain Company of Fort Worth, with a loss of $35,000 on grain and $7000 on the building. The residence of H. P. Drought, one of the wealthiest men in Sah Antonio, was burglarized Saturday night. The thieves secured $500 in diamonds and other valuables. The Texas delegation to the In- ternat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT * Veil County Democrat Batabliabed ia 1S9& >K >H By rilllshlif Conpaiy (Incorporated) Rf> H DIRECTORS: & M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vloe Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. Til" .. J$&? f " y:: ' SUBSCRIPTION. 50c. PER YEAR Entered at the Helton Postoffice as Sec oad Class Mod Matter. W. M. WOODALU, Manager. K >T ' I Mr i ' sat BBE. .« Democrat Stock Holders. W. S. Hunter 'J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Montelth J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea RobinsoB C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Thos. Yarrell V. K. Austin frank Baker £. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran G«o. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eada K. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman -~C. S. Fisher J. M. Trailer \ J. H. Head ■* zttip \ pi If-I L:. : A Preachmeat on Newspapers. A newspaper enterpr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT (• j With At The Fair I Our friends and custom- ers are invited to make our office their head- quarters. Belton National Bank ^SCHOOL BOOKS^ We will have all the new State adopted school books In Stock by the time the schools open, as well as the High School book3 and all the necessary supplies for the children. The children should have good mateJial to work with, but not expensive, and that is just what we are prepared to supply them with. As it is well known, school books, are sold for spot cash, and no exceptions wfll be made to this rule. Hunter & Freeman ^^ELTON ... TEXAS^ CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY riy large volume of trade enables me to supply you with the very freshest groceries ' BOTH PHONES GOOD FRESH GROCERIES Just what you need - Just what you want. K. M. HATCHER Next Door to Old Stand. Country Produce Wanted. V BOB McARTOR Will appreciate your patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Massage, or Anyth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

-rrj P*" I. E m. - sifts IL **• m SUMMARY OF THE WEEK A RKtUMI OF THE MOST IMPOR- . TAUT NCWS AT HOMK AND ♦ • ABROAD. - * mm 0§'-l p|4^ mk'4 4«., w % S- TM R* ITEMS FOR BUSINESS PEOPLE A Carefully 01«nt«d and Condwind Compilation of Currant Ntwa PowaatU and Foreign. J. M. Conch of Atlanta. Ga., is in Dallaa for tbe purpose of establish- ing * bono collar factory. , Obaa. Lee, a negro of Houston, has perfected a machine which he claims will destroy boll weevils. As a result of a collision betwen « freight and passenger train on the Ohio Central, Thursday, six people «re dead. Tito Atlanta fleet has safely out- ridden a hurricane which swept Ma- nila Bay twelve hours and did much damage ashore. Louisiana's Crop Pest Commio* eion has already inaugurated a cru- «ada against the boll weevil for next year, Advices wen received Saturday from Iftnila, P. I., that Mrs. C. A. Carter, formerly a Fort Worth belle, died here, a victim of the cholera scourge. If the deal goes through and local me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

' pgg im THE BELfj OODNTY DEMOCRAT JB—1M—■—BBB ■BHaBHUaaiEMIM —UIH—BWBW1—— I BARGAIN WEEK IN BAY & ELLIOTTS I Our Counters are Full of Bargains for the Entire Week—Come in and see for) yourself Big Lot of Lace One Lot Pearl Buttons Outing ... - 5c Ladies' Collars Worth jfac to 2oc Value ioc to 25c \ Worth 15c and aoc Ftir Week, 5c Yard Fair Week 71-2e Canton Flannel - 5c Fair Week, tstf 9c 'm&Z m *r il lit mm I" ' I ■m '•d ai •v.. i H ■m 'tlH Twenty Thousand Dollars worth of Men's and Boys' Clothing: at 20 to 25 per cent less than the same grader-can be bought elsewhere* • •••••• • • 52 •' ! f ' « I Our Shoes are all Solid™Solid Bottoms, Solid Heels, Solid Vamps, Best flaterials, and Prices Below Anybody's. ■ RAY &, ELLIOTT'S Department Store . Belton„ Texas iiaHidnaanEisQaaiiiaaiBiiHHaHaiiiiiiiii Baylor Note*. The Junior Class enjoyed a most delightful picnic at Miller's Springs on Saturday afternoon. The little journey to the woods -was made in wagons, and upon reachin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

IHws THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ass ■ swm few ImM : Tvam'v-M ^ US? m ■ ■ m & *r i RE WILL 8IVE AWAY ABSOLITELY FREE On December 24th 1908 A NEW MOLINE WAGON A ticket goes with every load of cotton brought to as. Belton is the highest market in the county for cot- ton and has the best ginning facilities. Bring your cotton here. THE NEW GIN Belton Texas Sulphur Springs Notes. Well, here we come again this bright and beautiful day to send In what little news we know. The farmers are almost done picking cotton in this vicinity. Elder J. H. McGann filled his regular appointment here last {fourth) Sunday, but very few were present, as it looked so .much like rain. Miss IrenftCarsten spent Sun- day with Miss Florence Melvin. Miss Myrtle Love spent Satur- day night and Sunday with the Misses Harlings, of Belton. Mrs. A. P. Ferguson and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Love and family. The girls around here seem to i>e very fond of horseback riding, «g several were out Sunday after noon....

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