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

THE BELL COUNTY DEM DCRAT *AMiMlb4bilb4iN&4!iiiW!Siif!iiA£Si4IiiAribii!iMSNSirrihriMinSiftiAiSn8M8i&&& AAAA&A&ISI A# A & AiRntinffii A tUt^iJhWUh <Xt CLOTHING AT A GREAT The last shipment of an immense fall purchase of Men's Clothing arrived this week and is now on sale. This immense stock of clothes was purchased of A. B. Kirschbaum & Co, one of America's greatest tailoring establishments; makers of fine clothing for the man who knows how to dress. Beginning with the selections of materials te the finishing touches, this firm emslops only the most talented craftsmen in New York. No man knows so little about how clothing should be made but that he is able to tell at a glance what extraordinary values these suits are at our prices $10, $12.50, 15, $16, $(8, $20.50, $25, $27 and $30 >2 a <h (6> IHQMT BV .Kim-IIWH l.co . TAILORED COATS The woman who anticipates buying a coat this season will not find a better opportunity than is offered here....

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 November 1908

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 'W HAVE MONEY BURN DON'T READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT But If You Want To Make Your Dollars Do Double Duty, Read It (• Just a little history—Since the day, now about eight years ago, that Geo. Cole and Hiram Reynolds established a hardware business in the old Alliance building, on Main Street, a good many things have come and gone, and among iheii| three or four sets of proprietors of this particular business. Now changes in administration don't help business Very much, really works against it, but there is a pretty true saying that "Every Dog Has His Day," and the day is now here when the same old business established by Cole & Reynolds, and owned successively by Grimes Hardware Co., Rankin Hardware Co., and Clay May & Son, is going to be prominent in the public eye. To make a long story short this business is now owned by G. A. McGREGOR COHPANY, an incorporated company of which 1 am exclusive manager, and principal stockholder. Right here I want to nail ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 November 1908

trf mum. wrm denuvrat R.AiY &! £ L L.I O T T i i {% FARMERS. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS WE ARE BETTER PREPARED to take care of you and supply your wants than any house in Bell County. We handle the best of everything, and our prices are below all. WE HAVE STRICTLY ONE PRICE, SELL FOR CASH and consequently don't have losses in accounts to add to the price of our goods. You pay ONLY for what YOU buy here. : The Best Standard Calico per yard 5c A Splendid yard-wide Unbleached Domestic, per yard 5c A. C. A. Feather Tick per yard I&2 12ic 10,000 yards Red SeaJ Ginghams, sold by others at 15 cents per yard, lAg here, per yard A good 36-inch Bleach Domestic, per yard. 5c Outings, Per yard, oniy 5c Light blue, Pink, Cream and White Out- ings, value 12&C to 15c per yard* here only lUw 4000 yds Chrystal Ginghams, sold by all others at 10c, here Friday, Satur. "7i ^ day and Monday, per yd. only ■ a Outings for Dresses, Underwear, N^ht- goWtts and Night Shirts, the best' 1 '2&c grade...

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

the bell county democrat as® BARGAINS IN m *. ip # J i , ■&-1 1 & :: I fev; Wagons and Farm Implements The Clay May & Son Stock will be offered at and below Cost ; * H * ' For the Next Thirty Days 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 you 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. J 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. at 10 Inch Oliver walking plow, with extra point, for 9 inch Oliver walking plow, with extra point, for i * - Sweet William Cotton and Corn Planters, the best riding middle buste...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 November 1908

%HI1 THE "W-T- fiOPNTY DEMOCRAT JL W0& '$.'.- ■' i„,> ©©©©©•©•©©©©©© One Bank Gets Most of Your Business, You Buy Most of Your Groceries From One Firm, You Have in a Certain Lawyer, a Decided Preference For Some One Doctor, And Your Hardware From • While patronizing these people you rarely tell ahem why. In feet it night he difficult to point ont any one thing they ever dM to win yonr erode. Still they get yonr business. The favorable impression hes heen created. "There la a Reeaon"--For Teers we have neon furnishing onr customers with honest goode, HARD- WARE. IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HARNESS AND WAGONS, which they hove found to he reliable, end uoturolly when anything is wanted in ear line they are at- tracted to onr store just os the "needle is to the pole." In return for the liberal patronage we receive fron the femora we ore baying and giving highest norhet prices for "COTTON and CORN." Cotton is bringing $1.00 n bole end corn 5c per bushel nore here then et other towns. WE ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 6 November 1908

m m m n . „—^ Mm-. 0 HM: . mm Wmzk [■'[-■■ f- I ""P fe • I Hp ■&• - ' It/ • | ' ' ! partial fat will radicate in general, what yon want, * I 30 sores of land one mile southwest of Bel- toa; 35 in cultivation, 3 acres in orchard, two good wells water, 4-room bouse, barn, wagon and buggy sheds; lovely view, healthy location 2661 acres of land 14 miles southwest of Bel- ton, on the Belton and Florence road; 2000 acres is good farming land, of which 460 are In cultivation, balance all fenced, and has •ix sets of houses, fine everlasting flowing springs of water. Will subdivide or sell in a body at a bargain. $16.00 oer acre. 22 acres of land, 11-4 miles north of Belton, 6 acres in cultivation, good water, 5-room house, crib and sheds, cow barn and good lots; fine vegetable -nd garden land, fine plwse for poultry yard. 640 acres of land, .14 miles north of Belton; would make a fine cheap ranch; can be had pt a bargain. 16.00 per acre. 332 acres of land, 45 in cultivation, balance in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 November 1908

m TRf KM0CIAT NMbfees Ail tlM News AlltkeTleM 59 CENTS TW YEAR. RF.1.1 TUESDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBIjISHBD twice .a. week. SSSSS8 Volume XIU. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEnBER 10, iqoS THE GREATEST NEED OF THE HOUR Address of Hon. F. A. Derthick on a Timely Subject It la a blessed thing to live In an age like this and dwell in a land like oura, marked a* it is, and within our memory has been, by the most mar- veloua development, discoveries and Inventions of any age, or land. We must admit, however, that the improvement of our public highways has not kept pace with our progress along most other lines. This fail- ure has at last been realized and to- day thousands of earnest "good road workers" are distributed through all the States of the Union. May we not hope that from this and similar conventions a general movement for good roads may be inaugurated? The varied interests represented here in- dicates the breaking down of bar- riers, the harmonizing of differences, and a keen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 November 1908

THE BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT p iK-v. h% r ||v WftZ. '• *V't, Kp ' 8p^ - >' - mj m m ■Bps' BENi wm 'if;#.'"' m pit Jk Brack: Ml County Democrat UttifrHafri! in iB#K" PuMlakM By ieaocrat ribllsblig Company (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: B. M. Ray, Proa.. W. 8. Hunter, Vloe Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treaa., G«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOOOALL, Maaaxar. MIHSCRIPTION, toe. PER YEAR Bate red at the Beltoa Poatoffice aa Sec- ond Claaa Mail Matter. Deaocrat Stock Holdari. F. K. Austin Frank Baker S. O. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtia W. P. Denman Coleman Eada B. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felta RoyHammersmlth Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher 3. 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 Our Public Thoroughfares. In this issue of the D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 November 1908

TUB WELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT M-'PH FflRME RAY &. E L L 'I 0 T T .WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS WE ARE BETTER PREPARED to take care of you and supply your wants than any house in Bell County. We handle the best of everything, and our prices are below all. WE HAVE STRICTLY ONE PRICE, SELL FOR CASH and consequently don't have losses in accounts to add to the price of our goods. You pay ONLY for what YOU buy here. : :: ::::::::::: The Best Standard Calico per yard 5c A Splendid yard-wide Unbleached JE* Domestic, per yard A. C. A. Feather Tick per yard 12ic 10,000 yards Red SeaJ Ginghams, sold by others at 15 cents per yard, | A. here, per yard Outings, Per yard, only. 5c Light blue, Pink, Cream and White Out- ings, value to !5C per yard, -f % here only ■ 9 A good 36-inch Bleach Domestic, per yard 5c 4000 yds Chrystal Qinghams, sold by all others at 10c, here Friday, Satur- * day and Monday, per yd. only ■ av Outings for Dresses, Underwear, Night- gowns and isight Shirts, the best Ifl* • z&c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 10 November 1908

THB BELL OOUITIT DEMOCRAT Seed Hulls AND MEAL Until Nov. 15th we will sell Hulls at $4.00 per ton and Meal at $i.a5 per sack. Put In your winter requirement Belton Oil Co. * > & & & bargain day ! Every Satarday Froai Row Until 4«. 1st, 1909 FIVE P09NB BUCKET COFFEE (PONTIAC) FOR 75c See Vs For Anything in The Srocery Line Befere Yon Buy. I. J. JENNINGS & CO IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS U Tkt SILVER KING BAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY Hy large volume of trade enables'me to supply you with the very freshest groceries BOTH PHONES Cam Bangle Northwest|Oorner Square Beltton, Texas i PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We want your work and In order to get it will allow your car fare trom Belton to Temple on 15,00 worth of work or more, and will guaran- tee all our work for 10 years, in writing. We have had 12 years prac- tical experience and will do your work by our expert Pa...

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

< ' >t f,«< State Lllr%ry Jt R - y* •-« TIC KN6CIAT Pabliibei All tlM News All the TIm 50 CENTS TNC YEAR. BELL FRt&AY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT. FXJJBXjISHEr) TWICE .A. WEEK. sirjtl \it\uo3 ii # Tm MMtIO li fnWUlk :' la the Wart mimI) r ai*te4Secu el Hm firut Sum h I mm '•'"m. «ll' , Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS* FRIDAY, NOVEHBER 13, 1008 — Number 34 Senator Carmack Killed In Duel Nashville. Tenn., Nov. 10.—Colon- el Duncan Cooper, who was with blB son, Robin Cooper, when the latter ahot and killed ex-Senator Carmack yesterday afternoon, was brought be- fore Esquire Levine this morning. He is charged with murder and car- rying concealed weapons. Colonel Cooper waived examination and was remanded to jail without bond. War rants were sworn out today against Robin Cooper, who killed Carmack, charging him with murder and car- rying concealed weapons. He 1b still at the hospital and it Is not known when he will appear for preliminary trial. There are no new depelopments from yes...

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

m , - m Bfei •*- p ■ 0'1 fe;'' > [>>%< •• • <rw ''Uf -- - •. Eg* pfe.„ ;|i ' F ■ f.. f i i Bell County Democrat ■mmei < l . tf«t. •eatcrat fibllsfcieg Convoy. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pree., W. S. Hunter, Vi<* Kraa., C. B. 8mith, Sec-Trea ., Qwo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. W(M>OALL. OHMCWWION, BC. Wi« VBAW Soterad at the Belton Portoffiee m Sec- ond C1«m Mm! Matter. Deaocrat Stock Holder*. W. K. Austin Jtauik Baker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cochran teo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Dewnan Ooleman Eadi K. & Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Or. C. Freeman C 8. Fisher 3. U. Frailer 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 There has been some little comment since the last meeting of the commercial club...

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

THg mf;S#v f>F.M ScrtAT 1 Some Big Real Estate Bargains* * 2 4 •4 «5 ♦2 4 : i < 2 4 e ►i «5 «S « ►j * >i «5 ♦2 *2 ►2 This partial list will indicate in general, what I can fit you up with. what you want, wrtte or come to see me. If you don't see 100 acres of land 1 1-2 miles southwest of Belton, 80 acres in cultivation, 12 in bermuda grass, 8 in pasture; 5-room house, good well water, wind mill, 3 acres in orchard, line barn, two good cribs Price WO. 00 per acre. 30 acres of land one mile southwest of Bel- ton; 35 in cultivation, 3 acres in orchard, two good wells water, 4-room house, barn, wagon and buggy sheds; lovely view, healthy location 2551 acres of land 14 miles southwest of Bel- ton, on the Belton and Florence road; 2000 acres is good farming land, of which 450 are in cultivation, balance all fenced, and has six sets of houses, tine everlasting (lowing springs of water. Will subdivide or sell in a body at a bairain. $15.00 oer acre. 22 acres of land, 1 1-4 miles no...

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

■ THC BKjL. OOU ItM®? Mi?*." j J %< Ifei; | ' jjgJw I I ■ R u ■4 KEWS FKOM 4|S0C1AL OVER TEXAS la dlBcalt/ Tuesday night at Mi Lake, Va««han Beakea was ■hot ul kilted. a 44-cahbre pistol b®- BMi. William Hatfield Is •till Mas held kr tkt Saa Jom authorities. Worts to establish hU Identity to tha aatla- factlon eC tha California authoritiaa an still la Secretary Btarae ot tha Paleettae Board of Trada to aeadlac out muoh liter*tare on the subject of the Ander- son County tobacco lands and the proa- pects la' this section. Fourteen birds of the Dallas Homing Pigeon Association made the flight Sunday from Balrd. Texas. The first birds showed at their lofts la three hours aad fifty ailnutas. Assistant Attorney General James D. Walthall la aa opinion held Monday that postmasters, school trustees and health officers can not serve aa eleo tion clerks or supervisors. A safe cracker broke into the Grape Tine poetomce eOtf frMey morabH and by feaas of dynamtte or nitrogly cerin blew open th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 November 1908

TUB! RpAtf PfJPNTV DEMOCRAT . .Jl • yw', m t . '-:mm ISiif finl R!A Y &< E1!t;i "0 TT Right THE COLD WAVE ' Arrived On Time And Weather Prophets Predict That We Will Have Cold Weather ® Along Now. We Are Ready For It. Have Just Received a New Stock of WOOL SHAWLS, WOOL SCARFS AND FASCINATORS, BABY HOODS AND BLANKETS From 50c To $8.00 a Pair. New Outings, New Cantons, 51-2 To lOca Yard, New Woolen Gloves For Men, Ladies And Misses | l I ia ci m • ■ BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS We Have a lot of Splendid Haavy Woolen Overcoats that we are selling at a Discount of ONE THIRD OFF. They are Great Values. 75 Coats and Vests That Went With $15; 18 and $20 Suits at $3.98 We Wanj Your Clothing Business; we have the right thing and Will Save You Half Your Money. ♦%«* * MEN AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR Don't your boy need Underwear? We are putting on our bargain coun- ter 25 dozen ooys' Undershirts and Drawers at 20c each. They Are Cheap at 35e We Are Prepared To Fit You Out in Men's ynidsei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 November 1908

SMilffr. ■ TfflB BELL nOUNTY DEMOCRAT BARGAINS IN Wagons and Farm Implements .The Clay May & Son Stock will be offered at and below Cost For the Next Thirty Days 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 you 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. Look at xtLese IFrices io inch Oliver walking plow, with extra point, $10.00 9 inch Oliver walking plow, with extra point, 9.00 Sweet William Cotton and Corn Planters, the best riding middle buster 14 EA on earth and extra ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 November 1908

THE CELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT One Bank Gets Most of Your Business, You Buy Most of Your Groceries From One Firm, You Have Confidence in a Ceitain Lawyer, a Decided Preference For Some One Doctor, And Buy Your Hardware From While patronizing these people you rarely tell shem why. In fact it might be difficult to point out any one thing they ever did to win your crade. Still they K£Hrio?."rSu.Jiie *avoraMe impression hes been created. "There Is a Reeson"—For Years we have been furnishing our customers with honest goods, HARD- WARE' IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES, HARNESS AND WAGONS, which they have found to be reliable, and naturally when anything is wanted in our line they are at- tracted to pur store just as the "needle is to the pole." In return for the liberal patronage we receive from the farmers we are buying and giving highest market prices for COTTON and CORN." Cotton is bringing $1.00 a bale and corn 5c per bushel more here than at other towns. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF Moline Wagons, New Cas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 13 November 1908

w m oommr democrat CLOTHING Vi If yti'rt figiriig asking * jirehiie (f a Slit or OvanMl it will be of Merest to yoo to eono in ud give at a look. Of eeirse yea save a bunch of ataey by bayiit yoir olotbiig here where everything is the very best aa< Prices Lowest Whether yoir suit price is $12JO or H it be $30.00, you'll get the very best clothes that cai be life for the mailt of yoir expendttare Men's Autumn Worsted Suits, olive with green stripe effect, flap pockets, fancy cuffs, long lapels, 3-button front, lined throughout with all wool serge at $27.80 to $30.00 Men's and young men's suits in pure wors- ted, made up with all wool serge, lined through- out, 3- button front, long iapels, fancy cuffed sleeves at $22.90 to $28.00 Men's and yonng men's models, made up in fine all wool worsted stripe in all the new colors, 3-button front, long lapels, rolling cuff sleeye, lined throughout with serge at $11.60 to $20.09. Men's aud Young Men's suits of all wool, fancy stripe, new oliv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 November 1908

S(.<. I TUESDAY EDITION TW KMOCIAT FellMet All tlM News All the Tim 50 CENTS THE YEAR. J! COUNTY DEMOCRAT. TWICE IK KMOCIAT Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY, NOVEHBER 17. 1908 Number 35 BARE CHANCE FOR HENEY's RECOVERY San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 14.—(Bulle- tin)—This mornlns Lane hospital author- ities xald: "Heney passed a very good night. He slept a considerable portion of the time and Is resting as easily us could be expected." San Francesco, Cal., Nov. 14.—(Bulle- tin)—Mr. Heney rutalned consciousness throughout the night and rested well. No alarming symptoms had developed and at 8:30 his condition was said to ha Im- proved. San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 14.—Never has this city been more profoundly stirred than by the attempted assassination late yesterday afternoon of Francis J. Heney, special assistant In the district attorney's ofTlce, who was shot and seriously wound ed In the district court room by Morris Haas, an ex-copvlct, residing in this city, whose past record Heney ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 November 1908

THB BELL OOUNTT DEMOCRAT Bell County Democrat MaUishedin 1*9*. PrtHehU Br PaUUWai tomfny. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: B. M. ll*y, Pre*., Vt. 8. Hunter, Vice Prea., C. R. Smith, 8ec-Tre ., O«o. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WUODALL, Maaager. IWMCRIPTION, goc. PER YEAR at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. lMMcnt Stock Holderi. F. K. Austin W. 8. Hunter Frank Raker K. C. Clabaugh T. W. Coekran J. D. Law M. P.McElhannon T. L. Meant Geo. W. Cole, Jr <. J. Z. Miller, Sr. T. A. Cook "" A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eadi B. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Ro jr Hammersmith Dr. C..Freeman C. 8. Fisher J. M. Frazier J. H. Head Thos. Yarrell A. M. Monteith J. Z. Miller, Jr. J. G. 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 PLAIN FACTS IN THE CASE. A# stated in the last issue of the Democrat that in the matter of the insinuations of thfe Temple paper that the Belton cotton scales w...

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