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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

* m ir--; ' M COUNTY. PEM OCTl AT THE BELI siMHI MAJESTIC RANCES SEE OUR EXHIBIT AND SPECIAL SALE DURING PAIR WEEK October 6tlx to loth, on I=\xlolic Square * We Now Have a Salesman From the Factory And You Can Get A $7.66 SET OF WARE-FREE Ry Buying While He Is Here. im iig? v«S ' J We Buy Cotton and Corn We Sell Horses And Mules SMITH & PEYTON HARDWARE CO., ; V'. t .( : belton . xexas tsaSWWaWBBBWWBBSMB^a Now's The Time 1 If you are intending to buy a farm now is the time for you to commence inves- tigations. I have a large list of all sizes and classes of farm lands, among •which are some rare bargains. I have some bargains 'n Belton and Temple city property. CHEAP MONEY I Have Plenty of Money to Loan at Low Rate of Interest. J. C. PRESTON ^he^Real Estate Man Over Denny's B ink, Belton 9 v Answers to Medical-Queries by a New York Physician. (Neiv York .World.) For Congested Liver: I suffer, frequently from a con- gested liver. Can you tell me of something I can take to relieve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 9 October 1908

THE BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT jay . - '■ I. Who, Tsx., Oct. 7.—At • meetlsg ,pt citissns of this plase and Marlln and Temple, held tonight 1b the Wa- co Business Men's Club raosu, the proposition of constructing and op- erating an lnterurban system con- necting the three cities and travers- lag the prosperous communities sit- uated In between, was very greatly simplified. This was ths first opportunity for n fair and full exprassion of a ma- jority of ths leading men represent- ing ths thrss communities bearing on the matter. Temple and Marlln both were represented bp-large and representative delegations, aiid the citizenship of Waco was well repre- sented, indicating a lively Interest here la the building of the proposed lines. While the expressions of opinions were strictly to the point tn the dis- cussion of the matter, there was not attitude. tsrward concurred pressnt, that ths plaa fli ed is more likely to prevsnt delay, than to approach the tion from the other direction. The Commit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 October 1908

— . >• • mm ®;a 1 ttSrali k > jpi§ SSi « ♦ o TUES THE UFMCCCAT Publishes All the Newt All the Tine SO CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUN Y EDITION DEMOCRAT. * mt m, PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. =5= , , MM Hi it^n1 ==i. TH DEMOCRAT bPlihlllfcfttf la «k* y^i •f the treat State ef Tew g® m$B8m Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1008 Number 35 BELIEVES WAR IS UNAVOIDABLE Servia Is Convinced That War Will Come With Austria- Hungary. j Belgrade, Oct. 10.—Even official circles now believe war la unavoid- able. M. Paslcs, minister of war, in an interview with the Associated Press correspondent, declared the sit- uation is most critical and that "Hos- tilities can hardly be avoided." A big rnnss meetiug was held this morning, after which detnonstrr- tors marched to the Kkupsbtlna, mem- bers of which were assembling, clam- oring for wnr. Feeling among the members of the assembly is appar- ently warlike. News that Austrian monitors, which are coming down the Danube, have reached the Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 October 1908

V ''V" THJ8 BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT wm M :f • I r ri®ife i-'yr tett m v-> ■ 1 r' T*ky>- % I-0. | W I . V+ KMil m fl i I® W-t. R:: u wm-f • !$$P'. RW ISP1'^ KB Pf Sfc.tf ;Y. ill >' i?fe. "• * ■ • "'V mK^mk ■ Bell Cotmty Democrat Hb IM. palllim by Beaicrat PiMlsklif Crapaay (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pree., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pre*., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., •Gao. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, M««er. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PBR VBAR Batered at the Belton Fostoffice as Sec- oad Clan Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. r. E. Austin Prank Baker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtia W. P. Denman Coleman Eada S. R. Everett J. P. Elliott O. M. Pelta RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman O. S. Fisher JT. M. Frasier J. H. Bead Thos. W. 8. Hunter J. D. Law M. P.McElhannqn 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 Oeo. W. Tyler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 October 1908

* m THF BWLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT R A Y tw E l. L I O PT THE PAIR LAST WEEK Everybody was pleased and enjoyed the entertainment. It was a good thing for Belton; a good thing for the country. It brought the country and town together and we all enjoyed mingling together and meeting old friends and acquaintances. Hessrs Woodall, Upshaw, Monteith and their assistants deserve the thanks of the town and com- munity in general for the able and efficient manner in which they managed the greatest entertainment the town has pulled off in many years. NOW FOR BUSINESS (• We Are In Receipt Today of Big Cases of Ladies' Skirts $2,50 TO $12.50; LADIES' CLOAKS $3.00 TO $25.00; LADIES' $12.50 TO $35.00 MENS' AND BOYS' SUITS From The Greatest Tailors on Earth, at a Saving To You of From YOU SAVE NEARLY HALF voUR HONEY HERE ! \ To $10.00 a Suit RAY & ELLIOTT'S Department Store Belton, Texas America's Greatest Weekly THE TOLEDO BLADE Toledo, Ohio The Best Known Newspaper in the United States. Circulatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 October 1908

IP _ . 5 *• r-' ft1' t ■ IF- HO *•=' • M i* • ; ®4H?ySi." BISIfI' stei&*w ■■ ay- THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT At The Fair Our friends and custom- ers are invited to make our office their head" quarters. Helton National & On '•42 8 Wi nl'Ji WE ma SIUE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE December 24th 1908 ! A A ticket goes with every load <>f cotton brought to Belton is tho highest market in the comity for cott best ginning facilities. Bring your us. ton and has the cotton hero. Ell SIM BELTON FAIR AND STOCK SHOW Early Tuesday morning the merchants were out with Hags and bunting decorating their shop fronts and making prepara- tions for the reception of the crowds and the opening of the Belton Fair and Live Stock Exhibit. About 10 o'clock after the crowd had been seated in the grand stand, Dr. Pitt S. Turner, president of the commercial Club, rose and made a short ad- dress explaining th? object of the program began with an attack | oa a stugu coach Uy a band of Indians, who were repelled...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 October 1908

< 1 J- \ ;• :# FRIDA Y EDITION THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All tie News All tie TIm 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. FXJBUjISHEID TWICE -A. WEEK, IM BCNOCtAT It hMM la IN MM ef tlM treat SUM if Tsxas Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908 Number 26 Cyclone Sweeps City. From Killeen Ilerald. The hardest storin ever known in this country swept Copperas Cove late Tuesday afternoon, and crops but fortunately no loss of life. The damaged property is: /Vacant house owned by A. O. Goodson, blown off blocks and otherwise damaged. A vacan house owned by W. P. Mace, of Lampasas, complete loss; Little Lumber Co., badly damaged; A L. Henry, damage to residence; W. J. Swift, windmill blown down and residence damaged; W. A. Standly, store blown off blocks and all glass ware broken; seed house on railroad complete loss; Farmers' Union warehouse damaged; roof on "Whitsitt's store damaged; Methodist church slightly damaged. Houses that were never known to leak before were flooded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 October 1908

- ■ •£ , PC p,v ■ Sis*-* a** lm Bell County Democrat lUUblUhcd lu 1*96. M lw< By Demerit PiHIsMbq Company. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 9. M. Ray, Pres., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Ptm., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Ow. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. SUBSCRIPTION. 50c. WR VEAk '■ 1 I _ Entered at the Belton postoflfice us S.c- ocd Class Mail Matter. . .-■■■■ . . - .■ —p.- Democrat Stock Holders. *. K, Austin Frank Baker B C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eada E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott 0. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman G. S. Fisher J. M. Fratier 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 'Lives of great men all remind us, We should for the people toll; Stick to pathways straight and narrow And mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 October 1908

TT?r ><KTT. mrN'i Y nv. m We want ygur Clothing Business this Fall and Winter Q D fa E WANT IT BECAUSE We have our Counters filled high with the Most Elegant, Stylish, Dressy Clothing ever shown in delton. We want it bscause we have the thing you need and ought to have. We want it because we can give you Clothing that will fit you, hold its shape, and wear to your satisfaction. can can save you from #5.oo to $10.00 on every Suit. How can we do this? Well, we'll tell you. In the first place, we own our business house; pay no rent. Some merchants in Bell County, who do less business than we, pay $3,000 a year rent---their customers pay the rent. We buy our goods from rianufacturers in large lots---buy them as low as anybody in i exas can buy them. We are always at our place of business and look strictly after every detail of same. We are not extravagant livers, don't sport about in Automobiles. You have to pay for the Automobile your merchant rides in. in fact, we Are not sporty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 16 October 1908

THW BELT, COUNTY DEMOCRAT HP&?> ||tl •••••••••••—•o— •• 0OOOQ#®eOQCO®O——• MAJESTIC RANGES Lead the World We Now 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 I SMITH <Sb PEYTON HARDWARE CO We .Sell Horses And Mules •t • BELTON - TEXAS ^ WWWIWIIIMItlMMIOIIOWWHWWttMMMMWIHIMMtW WATCH OUT! Watch For Particular* About 'I he Subdivision of 2200 ACRES OF FARKS LANDS Within Three Miles of Bailinger, Ruunels Co., Texas PRICES RAK6E FROM $15 TO $35 PER ACRE TERMS 1 TO 10 YEARS S PER CERT IRTEREST Adjoinining laads selling from $30 to $45 per acre. This is your opportunity to get good, cheap land. ILEE-MOSER REALTY CO., THE HUSTLERS BELTON, TEXAS IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Laifest Stock and Fines£Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS XI Tbi SILVER- KING BAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. PLOVER SHOOTING ! The season for shooting plover is now on and it is said that there are plenty of them. Of co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 October 1908

THE DEMOCRAT Pakliihet All the New* All tke Tim SO CENTS TMf YEAR. TVESDAY EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE .A. WEEK. TM BCMOCIAT l la tte Matt •f tlMlreat StauafTi Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS. ^UESDAY, OCTOBER ao. igo8 Number 37 BELTON CONTINUES TO PAY THE PRICE At the begining of the cotton season, in August, the startling news was announced in the col- umns of the Democrat that a cotton fight among the Belton cotton buyers was on in earnest, and that they were paying from ten to fifty points above t at paid at any other point in this territory. It was not expected that this situation would continue throughout the season, but there has not been a day since the cot- ton season opened that the far- mer could not get above one dol- lar a bale more on his cotton here at Belton than at any point in this part of the state. Buy- ing has been very vigorous here all the time. Many suggestions have been made concerning the cotton situation at Belton usual- ly inspired by buyers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 October 1908

fl K jfjp Ri& I: W;[: m ff? $?<£■ ##•". g®fe Mr' |': • It: fev P | ^s*r. 1 tS&«* - Ks ■w ' f'iv f;r • ■ ®-:vsh::'- \ f -., \ • hi/ ■ : - m iv THE BWTJ- OOTTNTY DEMOCRAT Bell County Democrat lieMlahail tn rt|1 hAUM By •eaters! NfclUbioi Company f*i (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: |. M R*j, Prea., W. S. Hunter, Vice Ptm., O. B. Smith, 8ec-Trea«., Geo. W, Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MtuKir. SUBSCRIPTION. i2r ■ goc. PER YEAR Xotandatthe t*"** PM'ngiM" 8*®- "i~" ©adClaw *«1 Hotter. Democrat Stock Holdors. 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 W. K. Austin Frank Baker ■ C. Clftbaufh X. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads K. R. Everett 3. P. Elliott O. M. Felts RoyHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. M. a. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 October 1908

* M • "-mm IB! □ IE3SH! m THK BELL QTfPfrTY DEMOCRAT asaaaaoDBBBai m DESIGNED BY Spero, Michael &Son NEW YORK CLOTHING We Want Every nan, Young flan, Boy and Child in Bell County To See Our Clothing Before Buying a Suit. ^3 THE S. M. & S. CLOTHING : 1 Stands Pre-eminently Ahead of AH Other Makes in Fabric, Fit and Faultless Work- manship* Prices $5.00 to $10.00 a Suit below all. SPECIAL—Fifty Suits that were $12.50 to $15.00, the sizes being broken we hive marked at $10.00 1 Sail. We have your size in the lot—its a bargain. BRING YOUR BOY TO US FOR HIS CLOTHING--,WE GIVE HIM STYLE, WEAR AND COriFO&V' * I I LADIES' SUITS AND SKIRTS! In this department we are receiving new things almost every day and they go out about as fast as they come in. Snits From $12.00 to $25.00 Skirts From $2.50 to $15.00 LADIES' DRESS GOODS ,We are showing the hand- somest line of Dress Goods in Central Texas. Our immense trade in this department last week is evidence of its appre- ciation by the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 October 1908

mm Ir:".-'/ ; J. S pip 1 \ PI Vr Pi m 3wSpKv ''WCM ~ — *• - • -• ~g-*rr~ --V—1JJMI C i-V [ill fc| I. ■ i * i<^C'' ■ i:' . 0& • ' ip i.-J, "'• SrY^:: .*'•'. :• *^..- 8®p n •-fi'* Sjfe&? r.y.'^.V' '•■■•••' . ** ife- • ja.; THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 'mm I * **4 E Dr.PRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Perfectly pure, unquestionably whole- some. A pure food factor ante-dating all pure food laws. Indispensable for raising finest cake, biscuit and pastry. No Alum. No Lime Phosphates Be on guard against alum in your food. Prof. Johnson of Yale College says he "regards the introduction of alum into baking powders as most dangerous to health." Read the label. Bay only where Cream of Tartar is named. 'COMPARATIVE STATEMENT Those who may be inclined to donbt the fact that Belton is getting the cotton this year will only have to refer to the records of George Walston, public weigh- er, to be put absolutely right in the matter. Cotton receipts last jear to October 18th were 1805 Mies, and on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

TNE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the N«w* All tlw Tim 50 CENTS TNE YEAR. Volume XIII. 1ixii BUte Library FRfDA Y EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ;j$' 'jM; IPTJBZJISIEIEIID* TWICE .A. WEEK, BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 33, iqo8 -tML ^oSsi TM RfmtltT i* mmm hi it* mm O. ! SkS •f ttoCreat Sum af Texas Number 28 ■■M BELTON BULLS MARKET Belton Buyers Reach The Climax on Wed- nesday and Pay Fifty Points More Than Other Towns A Hundred Or More Bales Come To Belton From Beyond Temple Noon Hour Quite A Busy Time. How in the world do they do it? This is the question that seems to puzzle the wise men from the east —and every other direction. Bel- ton is on the ground floor in the cotton market and no doubt about it. Those producers of the fleecy staple who came to Belton Wed- nesday were fortunate indeed, re- ceiving from two to four dollars a bale more for their cotton than was paid at other points. Experienced cotton buyers from various towns over the state claim that Belton is the best cotton mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

IS ■-/v ■. PjBpi % THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT mf: mi;f PlL Bell Comity Democrat bUbliihcd In 1(96. •NMcrat PabllshlBQ Company. (Incorporated) wmz, DIRECTORS: «. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vioe Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Tre* ., Qeo. W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson were in Caldwell this week to attend the marriage of Miss Jute Mclver to Rev. Carroll David Wood, Jr., of Dyersbnrg, Tenn, the ceremony being performed by Dr. Wilson. SUBSCRIPTION, 90c. MBK YEAR Mrs. L. G. Lucas returned on Tuesday from Lampasas, where she made a brief business visit. u.Jmm Ifl: w-';. !%*> I'm- ;v^: t Ife- V U ,1 ■ .. m I". witv" Wm'i bJEI m. wm at the Belton Poatoffice as Sec- oad Claas Mail Matter. Democrat Stock Holders. V. K. Austin W. S. Hunter Jhwnk Baker J. D. Law X. C. Clabaugh M. P.McElhannon *. W. Cochran T. L. Means Qeo. W. Cole, Jr J. Z. Miller, Sr. T. A. Cook A. M. Monteith a f. Curtis '"J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. C. Preston S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Ho sea Rob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT I 2 « ! «i ♦3 ♦2 ♦2 ♦2 ►2 «8 ! EXTRAORDINARY VALUES AND A SENSIBLE PROPOSITION BY THOS. A. COOK If you hid the opportunity of Selecting Your Requirements in Dry Rial; fra n a First Class, Tp-to-date New Stock, bought with n view of keeping up our repu- tationas THE LEADERS OF LOW PRICES, and to further establish this fact in the minds of every man, woman'and child in Dell county, until nil shall know that WE ARE THE LEADERS IR DOTH VALUES AND PRICES; If you bad this opportunity and did not avail yourself of its cenefits, would it tend to establish your reputation as a careful and economical buyer? The pecple today who roach ihe top round of success are those who investigate and nre ready to take advantage of a profitable proposition. THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT WE URGE AND INVITE YOU TO DO. If you have never enjoyed ihe privilege and benefits of being a customer of ours, by all means do not longer delay investigating our prices, the quality of our goods and our met...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Hfisr hH; ' ' •j ■ AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miss Junta Osterhout.) AU items intended tor this oolumn should be telephoned or mailec to Miss Osterhout. feiCL- her Hi a* b pretty compliment to friend, Miss Louise Woodruff, Whose marriage occurred the fol- lowing Tuesday, Miss Elsie Smith 6a Last Saturday afternoon enter- tained with a handkerchief shower At the home of her mother, Mrs. M V. Smith. Everything was done to make the occasion one of gen pleasure. The bride elect wore a blue gown with hat anc gloves of the same color, at a mo Stent when the honor guest was least suspecting it, little Elizabeth Hiilyer and Louie Smith in dain tiest white frocks presented a lit tie clothes basket fileld with al manner of fine handkerchiefs. Re freshments of cake and chocolate with whipped cream were then served and the guests departed with best wishes for the bride-to- be. Those invited to enjoy this in formal social occasion were: Mis> ses Laura Smith, Grace Wilson...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

■ L _■■■■ THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Et LiL'l T fO TFT MUCH HIGHER IN BELTON __ than in any town in Bell county. Sixty bales came to town in one "buneh" from four miles East of Temple Wednesday and the ■ owners sold here for 371-2 to 40 points more than they had been offered elsewhere. They were delighted with the price received ~l«and with the way in which our buyers "went after" the Staple. : : : ::::::: Farmers, Take Notice! You can save more on your CLO THING, DRY GOOl>S, SHOES, ETC., BY BUYING HERE, than the difference in the price of cotton here and elsewhere. The reason for this is plain to any man who will thinh for one moment. Our Rents are nothing. All other expenses in business and living are'lower in Belton than other large towns. We carry the Largest Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND SHOES IN BELL COUNTY, and sell more goods than any other house. We buy from Mills and Hanufacturers almost entirely. We handle the best of everjthlug. We are reasonable in our ideas of prof...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

mm, ir^; ! All it ■ In Jftieac I whose I lowinj Ion La. Itained lat the IV. Sn |to mat Juine p | wore a I gloves Iment < lleast s I Hilly er Itiest w | tie clot I manner I f reshnu I with w |served [with be J be. Thi ■ formal . Jses Lai I lone Kii iBassell, I Grace E IFrazier, Ison, Nel Irett. Alb | Caldwell The T ■cation aci Iks meetii ■afternoon ■with Mrs, la businesi Istitution a ■the annua ■held. Thi Ition of th ■President, iSec. and i Mf. The Vith the ; khe gracioi refreshmer Sandwiches .neeting w| pohn M. Fi . The ente j y Club for Ion public enjoyable a Jiollars and the amount ■'penny for karne" whic] those attend p. J. Embr< Ihe attractivi Interesting p lecitations w evening and lerved. Mrs hostess for tl; Plub, Friday m. One day las Ihe late Mr. i ifrs. H. R. G| *rs. F. F. i fitchell and JJehon gave & ■heir mother^ Wm. N. Taylc Xhis is the sq lentieman of J las made to 11 V over fifty he very life , ccasion, and yery moment' pmposing the ; lumber, were i fid nephe...

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