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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT i———SOOOOeO^QGOOOQ fMMtHMMHCiMHiH rBELTOW, Best Cotton and Corn Market IN THE C0UWTY!| "There it a Reason." Our MERCHANTS go on the streets and pay the very highest possible market prices for products of the farm, and thus show their a appreciation ot the LARGE TRADE which they receiving from the farmers of this section. Every day COTTON and CORN eomes here from FAR RETOHD all our neighboring towns. For their COTTON farmers reoeive from $1.00 to $1.50 per bale more, and (or CORN from 5e to 7c per bnshel more than anywhere else. At evidence of tsese facts we refer to the RAILROAD RECORDS which show that ' i- V <3 !igP ' "ran I IE Ills h Ias s Them ur car ti >.ill jfuan [years pr ss Metho loo up, 1.00 up. i>mple, T iRAjN Aurge & Fre< Itral Hottj INew Phon Elhan 1 Surgec i 8c Frcs Belton MERCHANTS Shipped '2719 Bales of Cotton All others shippers " 1577 " " " Belton MERCHANTS Shipped 86 Cars of Corn All other shippers " 28 " " from Sept. 1st, 19...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 23 October 1908

THE pig J. COUNTY DEMOCRAT All it fmM fa I friend whose lowing on Lai tained at the V. Sat to mat nine pi wore a gloves' ] ment > : least st Hillyer j tiest w|j tie clot ■ manner j freshme with wl: served \ with bej be. Thj formal l ses Lad lone Kif Bassell, Grace 9 Frasier.j son, rett, All Caldwe| The cation •its mee afternoi with M a busin stitutioi the anr held, tion off Preside Sec. am calf. 1 with tl the gra refresh sandwl meetini John N The ry Clul ton pu enjoyal dollars the ami "penny name" those a A. J. I the atti interes recitati< evening served. S hostess I Club, Fj p. m. " "One d the late Mrs. Hj Mrs. F , Mitche Belton their Wm. This i: gentlei has nu ing ov the ve occasic every | compo numbe and ne tives c Iteemec Mrs Icharm iClub 6 I tables apula ae pr. Iatch< ruffey rere s >n rere W 8 mi] Juffeyj ytm nc m ' y TWENTY YEARS TIME We advertised last week that the A. Schawe Ranch, 3 miles east from Ballin- ger, Texas, would be sub-divided and sold out in tracts ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 October 1908

THE DEMOCRAT NMMn§ AH tl ANtlMllM 59 CENTS THE VEAS. ■4 J. TUESDA Y EDITION BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE -A. WEEK. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, IQO8 8htc lib, ftry X ■j tfrnfam l> r Willi la tts MM MllmllMNlTM Number 39 0 .) OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. Roosevelt Scared. Mr. Roosevelt is so badly scared at the sweeping campaign that the Democrats are making, that it is all the Republican leaders can do to keep him of fthe stump. A majority of the Republican leaders hold that if Roosevelt should go on the stump it would indicate the dreadful panic that actually exists among republi- cans. Their fright and dismay they are trying to keep to themselves but the public understands quite well how badly frightened they are. Mr. Taft's Trip. In Mr. Taft's recent stumping tour through the Middle and Central West, he duscussed everything from the panic of 1S93 down to the present time. Mr. Taft has by implication made a confession of the weakness of tis cause oy going...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 October 1908

m ■ US' |||f t;. £k- ' fa:"' '' Bali Cotmty Democrat 1 -ssa"^' ieaicrit ftitiiliiai Crapuy. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pre*., W. S. Hunter, Vice Prw., C. B. Smith, 8ao-Tre ., Qeo.W. Tyler. T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MlU(*r. MtWRIPTION, « YBAR Bntered at the Belton Pottoffice u Sec- Old C1«m Mail Matter. Dtaocrat Stock Hotdora. f. K. Austin Frank Baker K. C. Clabaugb T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jp T. A. Cook A. Lk Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head 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 . wr Thos. Yarrell Dr. W. A. Wilson STAND BY HOME ENTERPRISES. Receiving some of his own medi- cine a prominent dry goods mer- chant of Temple was in Belton Wed- nesday using what good influence h« could on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 October 1908

thk 'bkll1''county democrat" R A Y' *fhi ELLIOT i i i i We Sell for Cash, and Positively One Price to All. *; f;, MUCH HIGHER IN BELTOW 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 and with the way in which our buyers "went after" the Staple. : : : ::::::: Farmers, Take Notice! You can save more on your CLOTHING, DRY GOO*jS, 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 October 1908

* : " AND A SENSIBLE PROPOSITION BY THOS. A. COOK < ,,N y*i M Hm •pp rta«iiy «f Selecting Yoar Requireneats ia try Goidt from i First Class, Tp-to-data Raw Stock, boaght with a view al keepiig up oar rapa- ttfiooas THE LEMEtS OF LOW PRICES, aid to farthor establish this lad ia the anads of every nea, womaa aad child ia Bell county, until all shsll kaow that WE ME TIE iEMERS IR ROTH VALRES ARB PRICES; If yea had this opportunity and did aof avail yoarself of its eeaefits, weald it tead to establish your repatetiaa es a oarefal aad eooaeaiical buyer? The people todey who reach the |op roaad of saecess are these whe investigate aad are ready to take advantage ef a prefitahlc proposition. THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT WE OROE ARO IRVITE TOO TO 00. If you have never enjoyed the privilege and benefits of (wins a customer of ours, by all means do not longer delay inratigating our prices, the quality of our goods and our methods of doing bunineso, for we need you loinoreooo our long list of sates...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

fo sns Stat \ Library Til DEMOCRAT Pakllsket All the Mwi All the TIm SO CENTS THE YEAR. BEli FRIDAY EDITION - COUNTY DEMOCRAT. * %0 1 m' ***"' -• ' i >. * '••IV-' i ^ 'J 43 PXJBILISIIESr) TWICE .A. WEEK. " -J IUA k MM h the Mm sf the treat State efTcus m Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1908 Number 30 Ganderbones' Forecasts For November. A table and a pitcher, A tumbler and a stand, A man in double-breasted clothes, And music by the band; A last apueal to reason, A crowd with cheering daft— Some folks think it's Bryan And others think it's Taft. A speaker on a pullman, A little pantomime, * A hasty diagnosis of The perils of our time: A farewell and a promise, A benediction art— Some folks think it's Bryan, And others think it's Taft. A man with twenty dollars, Another man with ton, A swift exchange of challenges, And two excited men; A show-down and a wager, A bank note and a draft— Some folks think it's Bryan, And others think it's Taft. A homestretch and a tumul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

V7^'r'* ^a.* THE BELL (X)UNTY DEMOCRAT Bell Coanty Democrat IttMMwdli int. MMtoM It temcrat riHishlng Cfupwy. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: "S. If. Ray, Pw*., W. S. Hunter, Vloe Pra*.. C. B. Smith, 8eo-Trea ., flw. V. Tyler, T. fa. Cochran. W. <*♦ WOOPALL, Maaagtr. SUBSCRIPTION. B«c. «« VBAB 1 at the Bclton Poatoffice as Sec- ond C1«M Mail Matter. Dmocrat Stock Holder*. T. K. Austin ■tank Baker 'S. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Ooletnan Ead . E R Everett J. P. Elliott 0. M. Felts BojfHininwrtmlth Dr. C. Freeman C. 8. Fisher J. If. Frailer 1. H. Head Thos. 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 8. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Oeo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell The big stick appears to have a steel pen on the end of it. Chairman Mack is suffering from a formidable attack of landslideitis^^^^^^ Mr. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

the bell fy)unty democrat |fifi||ss||&s><ss>|si><^>1 :« i I DEAL CLOTHES FOR PARTICULAR MEN ►: 1; 7SS news tresis > i f 5 * * $ 5 5 J 2" J I« 6 I« 5 S- Si a 7 m >2 «S eo^vmcMTiy 41 ftllMCMIAUM 4 CO : !V94 For Years The Demand has gradual- ly increased for the better make of clothes until today THE KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES Are the favored garments by all well dressed people. It is not a ques: tion of "Shall I Buy a New Suit," but where shall I go to secure this suit with the best fit and cut with the newest style to it. Cochran's is the Recognized Head- quarters for Style, and you will be sur- prised to see how stylish and becoming- ly you can be dressed at moderate cost. Arrangements are being maile to repair the partially burned female anni'X No. 1 building at the asylum at Terrell. Heavy rains fell in Dallas ilur- — ,ing Thursday, the total preeipila- | !tioii for the >1 hours ending at 0 C p. m. being 2.1 inches. One of the heaviest rains of the $-ear fel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

ty The Democratic mi*-njtna*ers of Texas, men who hare fattened on pub office a ltd grown opulent In power and riches through control o i this flute Government tell YOU that the Democratic Party of Texas is NOT committed to the policy of State Wide Prohibition and threaten the voter with political extermination if he repudiates the pledge which he was co- erced Into accepting In the July primary. I say that -he Prohibition Party at Texas Is now the Democratic Party and the atate wlders are In full con trol of the hrlg. I-*" fx- THE BELL CX)PNTY DEMOCRAT THE PEOPLE RULE HOT DECEIVED THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING. That the Democratic Party of Texas Is bound hard and fast to the policy of State Wide Prohibition Is proven by the acts of the Party of Mis-managers the integers of the •♦machine" that Is todsy misrepresenting and Injuring the people of Texas regardless of party affiliations. THE STATE COMMITTEE MADE THE START. - - ' When the Democratic State Committee voted to print on the prima...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

THR KKf.iL COUNTY DEMOCRAT © A GREAT In Business Circles in Beiton and Bell County The result of a trip to St. Louis the early part of this week by our buyer. Several of the largest Wholesale Distributors of Dry Qoods in the West needed money and were over- loaded with just the goods this country is now buying for Fall and Winter. We were appraised of the fact and our buyer left Saturday night last, armed with the necessary article to relieve the big merchant in St. Louis and supply the trade in Bell County, he was in time to get pick and choice of the best things at prices that tickled him and yet will tickle you. Competition has turned blue in the'face, and with chattering teeth stand and look at their goods fought before the great tumble in prices and WONDER. Next Week will be the Banner Week in Beiton RAY & ELLIOTT will wake the old Dry Bones that have been resting quietly and undisturbed, dreaming of profits. You will hear them howl from one end of old Bell to the other. Bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT IMf. BARGAINS IN Wagons and Farm The Clay May & Son Stock will be offered at and below Cost For the Next Thirty Days US TIpI We are crowded for room at our Temple store and in order to reduce the CLAY MAY & SON Stock before moving it to Temple, we will offer the Entire Stock at unheardof prices for such goods. The stock embraces the best makes of Wagons and Implements, and the goods are new and of the latest design. If jou need now, or will need in the next twelve months, a new Wagon or Implements of any kind, you can't afford to let this opportunity pass. If you haven't the cash, give us sufficient reference, and we will sell you on next fall time. You can save more than the interest will amount to severel times over. 'ri.< %■ at 10 inch Oliver walking plow, with extra point, £|Q qq 9 inch oiiver walking plow, with extra point, Ill 9.00 Sweet William Cotton and Corn Planters, the best riding middle buster f a jCA on earth and extra good for plant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

THE mnNTY DEMOCRAT 1BELTON, Best Cotton and Corn Market IN THE COUNTY! "There is a Reason." Our MERCHANTS go on the streets and pay the very highest possible market prices for products of the farm, aid thus show their w appreciation ot the LARGE TRADE which they receiving from the farmers of this section. Every day COTTON and CORN comes here from FAR BEYGHD all oar Q neighboring towns. For their COTTON farmers reoeive from $1.00 to $1.50 per bale more, and for CORN from 5c to 7c per bushel more than anywhere else. As evidence of tsese facts we refer to the RAILROAD RECORDS which show that WE Have shipped - - 3319 Bales of Cotton ALL OTHER Buyers have shipped 2339 Bales of Cotton WE have shipped - - - I02 Cars of Corn ALL OTHER Buyers have shipped 28 Cars of Corn From Sept. 1st, 1908, To Oct. 27th. 1908 ■1* These are the figures and speak for themselves.. FARMERS, bring your produee here where you will get top prices and will find the best Stocks of Dry Goods, Groceries and other Mer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 30 October 1908

pis 4 Mm HI i ■ Pi • JSf ir • l®|j j fe I ggfe1#. 4M ;■/ m fe ' J :' i I Nf< 4 i RU'-; Pfe' 11m Us m wKBstnm :,jv* CREAM - • Awarded highest honors by the great World's Expositions, and proved of superior strength and purity by the official tests. No alum, no lime phosphate*. .V Food officials, state and natiortjqA with physicians, condemn the use of alum in food, and deplore and denounce the dishonest methods by which alum baking powders are imposed upon the public. % SSS==5=H U 0 0 u AND MEAL .y- ■ | 1 UntiONnv. 15th we will sell hulls at $4.co per ton and Meal at $1.25 per sack. Put in your winter requirement Belton Oil Co. 8 :« S> S* & i I 1- § I There was a large attendance Tuesday evening at the Alma Reeves Chapel at Baylor to hear the fUstnuraber of the Alumnae Lecture course. The DeArmond Concert Co., composed of four very attractive artists in a musi- cal way, were the entertainers. A -more generous program is rarely given and a unique feature of it was the manner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 November 1908

mg v - . THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All the News All the Time SO CENTS TIIE YEAR. Volume XIII. SUte Library TUESDA Y EDITION * " BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED TWICE _A. WEEK. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEHBER 3. iut>8 Tm BCNQCKAV l< FnWtked bi tfti Meet Densely Fepalatei Sectlee •f the fireat State el Texas Number 31 *m , I Timber Suply Of United States. "We are now cutting timber from the forests of the United States at the rate of jOO feet Hoard measures a year for every man, woman, and child. In Jjjurope they use only (V) board feet." Pew statments could be made which would better convince the average man that this country leads the world in the demand for timber. It is made by Tread well Cleveland, .h\, in a circular which treats of the con- servation of the forests, soil, water, and all the other great nitunal resources, which has day night which destroyed the old compress and ' ju--t been published by the Uni- ' ted States Forests Service. In NEW COMPRESS FOR BELTON The Pre...

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

sip Wmm \ THE BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT Bell County Democrat MaUWMdta itai. R! JS$. TE feMcrat ribltsklai empty (Incorporated) lllS$3sr- ■m; ? N . v.*~ • K«Bp?^^47. if-'; ebns&w " DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray.Pree., W. 8. Hunter, Vio« Pm, c. B. 8nUU^s -Tr M. Ow. W. Trier. T.W. Cochran. W. M. WOOD ALL, MiMfW. B?K $:p . IIpm g§|§| ra JgM * i#- : MSBM1 yr . ■ . . ■<y ft &%«' ; ■gnp%; • -J- - IP* - • Jfe"* fi I SilfeSi.. ,j%p: ii^iv IR®£ _W;. r- v- \*i ■ P '§8$!$$ '' • • I "J ' wBifi raL, . MMI f'v . ". ,. ; illlf ■' •' "II^ Kte,;': 8*8 HHraii viVn- _ .. j lit; 4,. -• ...JsPfe ,U *V- .fer m I Iffip S? .^v - ■0' wntscRHTtoN. goc. ran . vbar at the Belton Poetoffice u Sec- ond Claae Mail Matter. iMMcrct Stock Holdor*. F. K. Austin W. S. Hunter frank Baker B. 0. CUbeu^h T. W. Cochran Oeo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. U Curtli W. P. Deuman Coleman Ends K. R. Everett J. F. Elliott 0. M. Pelta i u Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher 1. M. Frarier 1. H. Head Thos. Yarrell J. D. Law M. P.McE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 November 1908

THBfBKLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT R'A'Y' r6.f E Lm O T T NEW By the middle of this week the entire purchase made by our buyer while in St Louis last week will all be here. This was a most fortunate trip. He found stocks in many lines full in the market and the owners needing money and anx- ious to sell. Sweeping Concessions Were Made to Him, and really he bought more than our necessities require. But this makes us the more anxious to sell, and we are simply MAKING PRICES THAT WILL UNLOAD OUR SURPLUS IN SHORT ORDER r.m Overcoats, Wool Underwear, Blankets, Flannels, Outings and Canton Flannel We Can Do You More Good on t se articles than anybody. \ m LADIES' SUITS, LADIES' CLOAKS, LADIES' SKIRTS, LADIES' UNION SUITS AND VESTS In These Articles You Can Suit Yourselves Better Here Than Anywhere Else. REnEHBER—WE SAVE YOU HONEY ON ALL SOLID LEATHER SHOES RAY & ELLIOTT'S rgmanEaaa We Ask For New Accounts Because we are capable of rendering the best banking services and accomodations, and becau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 3 November 1908

■ ' Wm Hfc5 m A. THE BELL COUNTY DEM3CRAT 4. BNI us is m f'.f'.-'-V &&&■'•■ smfr, "K mmm itti rfijf.* > ••• jgira' A ISafe PI '-H; P lit M m rT"- i Dr. PRICE'S GRBflM BAKING POWDiR , #*ap?Y'.V ' ' - You will find it a great satisfaction to do More Home Baking Ton will make biscuit, cake and pastry clean, fresh and tasty—hotter every way than the ready made foods. Dr. Price's Baking Powder is specially devised for home use, and makes home baking easy and a delight It will pro- tect yoit from the dread alum baking powders, which are too frequently found in the ready made articles, and insure you food of the highest healthf'ulncss. sairs MWV'OWl* r'i %5 0<* m \ lg P fcl I a«$ g U> g «& <&£i tfa Until Nov. jgth we will sell hulls at $,<.00 per Ion .-Hid Meal at $1.25 per sack. Put in your winter requirement ST & & & y* .h 1 . e V t,> K *- % « f... i Beiton Oil Co ™E EA$Y CHA'R' VUason For English Optimism Discov- •rsd at Last. Only, tho ...

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

■ *t_ -*'13 Tit HMOCIAT Fsfclbket All the N«w$ All UwTIm 30 CENTS THE YEAR. BELi FRIOA Y EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ' • - ' ||Si - •' . . . rr;.,, • -mm m IPTXBHiIshed twice jl week. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEHBER 6, IQO8 Number ja 5« County Funds Apportoined. The county commissioners met Saturday for the purpose of fix- ing the pro rata of the road and bridge funds of the various com- missioners' precincts. Judge Butler submitted a com- munication recommending that, as Heretofore,the road and bridge fund be divided among the sev- eral commissioners' procints in proportion to the amount of taxes collected in each of said pre- cincts. The suggestion of Judge But- ler was adopted by the court,and the estimates furnished by the county auditor ratified except that the fractional parts were omitted, and the following will be the proportion that the var ious commissioners' precincts will receive f-r the coming year: Road and bridge fund, No. 1, 17 per cent. Road and bridge fun...

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

T p -■ Blgfe# WMh R? m *SiS-*i3;"V f; -• |U^^v Jl€ 1\" 'isa'fe;- V-i i,': S' I" ••.'■. • E£.#:; iH l'S::' BeU Ceoty DemocratJSOCIAL AND jLITERARY EVENTS (By MIm Jsnla Orterhout) m " fiHtti #>.*** ■ (lafionorfttftd) ■ W"-~ DUUDCTORfl: IM. Ray, Geo. V, b. b. S. Hunter, Vice lec-Treas. Coohran. Ul_' Soo-Treas. i TrWr. T. W. ~ " •'aUasCRtpnoN. IK. nut VBAR I it the Btltoa PoatoSc* m Sec- Mid CUM Mail Matter. 9. K. Austin ItaakBiktr ft C. Olibugh *. W. Cochran <ho. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. Lk Curtis W. P. Penman Othma Eads ft EL Everett J. F. Elliott Q. M. fWte _ l BoyHammersmlth Dr. C. Freeman C. 8. Fisher J. M. Frasier XftHatd W. S. Hunter J. D. Law 1 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 a B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Thos. Yarrell Bolton's lfew Era. The destruction of property is always regre table, but fortunate- ly there was very lit...

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