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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 November 1908

THK HKTJj OOONTY DEMOCRAT COLD WAVE "4 aisiw&i nifnfI i - mn w. * ■ *.. ,n\ A. ■ ■ - v- 1 .01'/ Arrived On Time And Weather Prophets Predict That We Will Have Cold Weather Right Along Now. We Are Ready For It. Hav^ Just Received a New Stock of WOOL SHAWLS, WOOL SCARFS AND FAS From 50c To $8.00 a Pair. BABY HBOBS AND BLANKETS g New Outings, New Cantons, 51-2 To lOca Yard, New Woolen Slam For Men, Ladies And Misses 01 BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS We Have a lot of Splendid Hsavy 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 Wan* 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 noys' Undershirts and Drawers at 20c eachj > * > They Are Cheap at 35c We Are Prepared To Fit You Out in Men's Underwear, Wool or Cotton yy ft! RE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 17 November 1908

m tWfeiii1><<mHll) W>:-1'<Wi 'i' n tKMSSMi ' -t>*w *#*'-' • J>-*5 to/4ff«a£s3i£!afl r~ k'-I* THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Getton Seed Hulls ™ Meal t II EXCHANGE FOR COTTON SEEN * We will give 8500 pounds of Hulls and 500 pounds of Meal for 2000 pounds of Cotton Seed. This is two tons of cow feed, prop- erly proportioned, for one ton of Cotton Seed which contains 365 pounds ol oil and dirt that does your stock no good. Belton Oil Co. j BARGAIN DAY ! Every Saturday From Now •■til Jin. 1st, 1909 FIVE POUND BUCKET COFFEE (PONTIAC) FOR 75c See Is Fer Anything in The Grocery Line Befere Ton Buy. I. J. JENNINGS & CO IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Lino of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS M Tin SILVER KING BAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY riy large volume of trade enables'me to supply you with the very freshest groceries BOTH PHONES Cam Bangle NortbwestJOorner Square Boltton, Texas EBBS PAINLESSS DENTISTRY...

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

- ' 1'exas state Library r r> • T' ^ \ ftK.1 ' "i* *-*>/ / .'uA il? 1- "J4J VlftUCJ ilttJ Tit tCMSCIAT PakllOei All iMttowi All tfes Dm 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. iPTJBILISHEID TlpriOES -A- WEEK. Volume XIII. BbLTON, I fcXAS^rHIDAY, NOVEflBER 30, 1908 Number 36 TEMPLE-BELTON GRID SCRAPS In the following will be found a resume of the football game Tues- day at Belton between the high school elevens representing that place and Temple. First will be presented the report of the game written by Prof Hamilton of the Belton High School faculty: The first football game between Belton and Temple was played this afternoon at Belton. The game re- sulted in a score of 12 to 0 in favor of Temple. The two teams, how- ever. were much more evenly match- ed than as Indicated by the score. Both of Temple's touchdowns came withlta the first ten minutes of play. During the rest of the first half, and during the whole of the second half, honors were about even. For this last thirty m...

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

ip* fXii ■ THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT I Bell County Democrat . iwMiehil is itgfc By •MMcrat rmisiias ciapaay (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pm, W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Tre**., Goo. W. Trior. T. W. Cocfaran. W. M. WOODALL, MIMJW tSCRIPTtON, goc. PEK VBAK atttio BdtaaPorto«c«a* Sec- oad Claa* Mall Matter. Doaoent Stock Holders. W. K. Auitin Frank Baker X. C. Clabauffh T. W. CocVran Ow. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis "W. P. Denman Coir man Bads ■L R. Everett J. P. Elliott fl. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. 8. Fisher J. M. Frasier Bead Tboa. Yarrell 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 Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wil son The fellow who can't smile and Jive happy now, in the face of the good crops and good prices needs a prescription for dyspepsia—or grouch. It's a little early to menti...

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

THE -BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Dr.PRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from healthful grape cream of tartar Will make twice as much good bread, biscuit and cake,pound for pound, as the low priced imitations made from alum and alum phos- phates, and will make the food appetizing and healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not only economical but makes the food more wholesome. BARGAIN DAY ! Every Saturday Frem Now Until Jan. 1st, 1909 FIVE POUND BUCKET COFFEE (PONTIAC) FOR 75c See Us For Anything in The Grocery Line Before You Buy. I. J. JENNINGS & CO I CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY H fly large volume of trade enables^me to r?S supply you with the very H freshest groceries H BOTH PHONES p| | Cam Bangle I rt Northwest Corner Square Belttoj / Texas jp IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The SILVER KING BAR m y' WARREN & FURNACE, Props. PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We want your work and in order to get it will allow yo...

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

W: fvy..v; . Wxtff W' Wm * ) _ m fe.--v :5-.: 1 R* Bp ;V ja^v ' ' ii I ft SOCIAL KM LITERARY EVENTS -•v-CV.. , ■ (Br Mis* JunlftCMMrbout.) 411 m. . (By Ml JuolftCMtorbout.) Intended for thi* column should be telephoned or matle to MIm Osterhout. An naMHuJly pretty wedding wm [ on Tuesday night at thi- ef the bride's parents, Mr. Hi*. J. D. Bassel when their Ijflemjtoer Tr-"^g was united in mar~ KigcvlQi Frank W. Wilson. Rev. 'W. 3. McGarriety assisted by Rec. 3L C. Townsend, performing the cereaony and sealing the vows eri& the ring. The color scheme fink and white was carried out ■jp detail. ~.$vs Arter the assembling of the ^guests at 8:30 o'clock with the first tiotes of the processional, Lohen- grin's wedding march, played by jfiss Belle James, the bridal cou- nle entered the parlor attended by yi«i Mabel Bassel, sister of the bride as maid of honor, at'd Mr. fiaburn Wilson of Galveston, broth- er of the groom as best man. Miss ,< Sassel wore a pink frock and car- ried br...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 November 1908

Ttne bWf rEMOCRAT m t ! i V 19 Ti TABLE DAMASK $1.50 grade $1.25 $1.00 grade 90 75c grade 09 (50c grade 55 50c grade 45 40c grade :K5 45c grade 29 25c grade 22 OUR ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SALE Remarkable underpricrd offering in table linens, napkins, art linens, towels, sheetings, domestics, woolen shawls, scarfs and dress goods. Sale begins Saturday morning and cuntinues one week. Let us get down to hard headed business—bargain facts, shopping advantages, sale offerings. Thanksgiving opens wide the portals of winter and winter enters in earnest. Winter may come in like a lamb—it may come in like a lion. One thing is certain—once winter is here it is goipg to do considerable blustering, raging and storming. Then cold weather merchandise will be required—coats, heavy suits, overcoats, warm fabrics, under- wear, hosiery, etc., you will have to secure them—no getting around it. Now is the time to secure those cold weather needs. Now—during our great Tnanks- giving Sale—an annual event offe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 November 1908

JPPP j: I ■ if v, i 1 I , if I \ i H I ! i ! J f THE BELL COUNTY PEM3CRAT laadtato for Ml Co. of the commercial early in the month resolu- was adopted requesting the ggesideot of the club to take up the natter of the establishment of a farmers institute for Bell county, as a result of this resolution the letter below shows that the mat ter is now taking definite shape aad the likelihood is that at a very early date we may expect to see "the institute in operation. Those wha are interested particularly •wDl the article which is here- with'published of much interest. It is hardly necessary for the Dem ocnt to dwell on the great bene- fit* to be derived from these insti- -fotes, as it is apparent to all that there is inestimable good to come from them. The article below is given to convey a correct idea as to the objects and aims of the insti tote for the benefit of those who hsve not given the matter close study. „ November 12,08 Dr-S^P. Turner, President. f,.Commercial Club, Belton, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 November 1908

THF: COUNTY iff w. ^e©e@e®9#ee#e« OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED We Will Not Buy Cotton or Corn on That Day The Postoffice, Banks and Stares Generally Will Also 2a Closed We trust that our farmer friends will come to town Wednesday before and Friday after when we will be selling HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS Cheap and Buying COTTON AND CORN AT TOP PRICES O © SMITH ®> PEYTON HARDWARE We Buy Cotton and Corn BELTON - TEXAS •••eeeeeee###eeee#®eeeee#©©ooo#©eo©oo©oee®es#e®e# ee##e#e#eee We Sell Horses And Mules Dr. Tom Batte DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHIL- DREN A SPECIALTY. Ntv Phone No. 187 Old Phone No. 8 Geo. W. Tyler Wallace Tyler Tyler & Tyler Attorneys andCouncellors at Law Belton, Texas Practice in All The Courts SAMOSTZ'S £«-d.r Imparts a soft, rosy, delicate finish to the face, neck, shoulders, and arms. Benefits and softens the skin and pos- sesses all the characteristics of health, grace and refinement. It is the only powder really fit for baby. In white, pink and brunette. At all drugg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 20 November 1908

11 f. I 1 COUNTY DEMOCRAT Thanksgiving Linens Should Be Purchased Here YOU CAN SAVE CONSIDERABLE. THIS WEEK IS THE TIME TO LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY Ik. ! - Spotless, 5nowy White Linen is one of the first requirements of the Thanksgiving feast. To the housewife whose linen chests'need replenishing we would say that our linear department is exceedingly rich and full up to the top at our Very Low Prices. -7 2*2 lA yards Double Damask Cloths and 18 inch Napkins to match, our special price « $3.75 2x2 1-4 yards Double Damask Cloths and 20 inch Napkins to maich; our special Drice $4.60 2x2 1-4 yards Double Damask Cloths and 20 inch Napkins to match; our special price $5.00 2x21-2 yards Double Damask Cloths and 20 inch Napkins to match; our special price $6.60 2x3 yards Double Damask Cloths and 20 ihch Napkins to match: our special price , $7.50 A Beautiful Line of Table Damask 72 inches wide, beautifully designed; our Special prices per yard 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1,25, $1.50 mi $1.75 « « 4 « « 4 « ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 November 1908

To. §ki< Iflbrirjf TUESDA Y EDITION TK OEMOCIAT PakllsfeM All tin Mwi All tin 11m SO CENTS THE YEAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. iPTJBUI SHED TWICE .A. WEEK. Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEHBER 24, 1908 Number 37 NOTHING DOING IN BELTON M THANKSGIVING DAY All Business Houses Will Be Closed All DaY Everybody Come to Belton on Thursday And Have a Time at. TUP BIG SHOW Harvard-Yale Football Game NEW HAVEN. CONN.. Nov. 21.—By a Bcore of 4 to 0, Harvard defeated Yale on the latter's gridiron here this afternoon before a howling mob of rooters estimated at at least fifty thousand. SUPPRESSED INTERVIEW New York. Nov. 21.—What purports to be "absolutely accurate and authen- tic synopsis of nn Interview" obtained from Emperor William of Germany by Dr. Hale, and subsequently withdrawn Just as It was about to appear in the Century Magazine, was printed by the World today. The World declares the articles as originally written were sub- mitted to Dr. Hale, and It appears today "as charged...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 November 1908

i: THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Bell County Democrat ■•UblUbed in 1S9&. P*MMu« B? Pafelisblif Cfapaiy (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: ft. M Prea. OM, W. M. WOODALL, Maaaxar. SUBSCRIPTION. 50c. PER VBAR ■Mend at the Belton Postoffice as Sec- oad Claw Mail Matter. Bmocrat Stock Holders. f. K. Austin W. 8. Hunter frank Baker J- D. Law E. C. Clabaugh M. P. McElhannon T. W. Cockran T. L. Means Oao. W. Cole, Jr J. Z. Miller, Sr. T. A. Cook A. M. Monteitu A. L. Curtis J. Z. Miller, Jr. W. P. Denman J. C. Preston Coleman Gada S. M. Ray JL R. Everett J. H. Reese J F. Elliott Hosea Robinson G. M. Felts C. B. Smith Roy Hammersmith N. K. Smith Dr. C. Freeman M. A. Stamper 0. S. Fisher B. R Stocking J. M. Frarier Geo. W. Ty ler J. H. Head Dr. W. A. Wilson Thos. Yarrell A Siffuificint Suggestion. It has been suggested by Mr, George W. Tyler that in view of the activity of the commercial club, it would be a good idea for the business men of Belton to meet on New Years night in so- cial intercouse and st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 November 1908

# it THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT RAY ELLIOTT i Lj TABLE DAMASK $1 .")0 grade Si.25 $1.00 grade 90 '75c grade 09 00c grade 55 50c grade 45 40c grade iJtj 45c grade 29 25c grade ±2 in OUR ANNUAL THANKSGIVING SALE Remarkable underpriwd offering in table linens, napkins, art linens, towsls, shastings, dsnsstics, woolen shawls, scirls and dress goods. Sale begins Saturday morning and cuntinues one week. Let us get dawn to hard heiited bjiimss—birjiin fists, s'ujj.jinj aimti;as, sile offering!. Thanksjiving opens wide the portals of winter and winter enters in earnest. Winter may come in like a lamb—it may come in like a lion. One thin; is certain—ones winter is here it is going to do considerable blustering, raging and storming. Than cold weather m?relnaii$3 will be required—coats, heavy suits, overcoats, wirm fabrics, u.iiter- wear, hosiery, etc., you will have to secure them—no getting around it. Hm is the tin? to secure thoss cold wjallur needs. Mow—dating our great Tnaaks- giving Sale—a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 24 November 1908

w&. \ THfc BELL COUNTY OEM JCRAT Attention Fanners! WE WILL GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE On December 24th 1908 A NEW MOLINE WAGON A ticket goes with every load of cotton brought to ns. 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 BARpAIN DAY ! Every Saturday From Mow lilil Jan. 1st, 1909 FIVE POUND BUCKET COFFEE (PONTIAC) FOR 75c I Set It For Anything ia The Grocery Liao Before Yoi Bay. I. J. JENNINGS & CO *.•••„ .". • e • .. • • e • e-ie .o'e.e'a.niee. CALIFORNIA FRUITS RECEIVED EVERY DAY fly large volume of trade enables'me to supply you with the very freshest groceries BOTH PHONES Qaxn Bangle lOdrner Square Be , Texas IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock and Finest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The SILVER KING BAR WARREN & FURNACE, Prop*. ™ PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We want your work and in order to get it will allow your car fare Aram Belton to Temple on ...

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

ti o f > 111 KMOCIAT PakllikM All tlM Naws All tlMllM 50 CENTS THE YEAR. BELL FRIDAY EDITION DEMOCRAT publ.ishhcd Twice a. week. TK BENKRAT Volume XI11. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEflBER 27, 1908 Number 36 COST OF POOR ROADS. Farmers of the United States Lose Millions Annually. (By Prank H. Bushick.) (Houston Post Special. Washlngto, Nov. 22--When the annual appropriation bill of the de- partment of agriculture was under discussion i nApril, Representative Benjamin Humphreys of Greenville, Miss., made the epigrammatic state- ment that "no road can cost the farmer as much as u poor one." That touched the very kernal of road eco- nomics, for careful research and ex- haustive study has proved has prov- ed that the poor roads of the nation place a mud and a hill climbing tax of not less than a quarter of a bil- lion dollars a year on those who use them. The representative's terse sentence was in answer to a query by Rep- resentative Sims as to the cost of building the unique burnt cla...

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

*r ■ THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ..... iV mm I - M&C. ipp K; <v>. * K::: Slip®! 8p:" a ■eisswv ^(14 & VAGRANT THOUGHTS Bell County Democrat MiMtih«d in lift.' PuMUhed By «MHcrat raftllsblig Conpaay. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Rsjr, Pres., W. 8. Hunter, Vice Pr—., C. B. Smith, Sfco-Treas., Qmo. W. Tyler, T. w. Cochran. W. «. WOODALL, MWIW SUBSCRIPTION, 8QC. PER VEAU at the Belton Postoffice aa Sec- oad Claaa Mad Matter. —p—• B 11 =P Deoocrat Stock Holders. 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 [ Baker . C. Glabaugh T. W. Cochran Q«o. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis "W. P. Denman " Ooleman Eads S. R. Everatt X F. Elliott G. M. Felts Boy Hammersmi th Dr. C. Freeman CL 8. Fisher J. M. Frasier J. EL Head Thos. M. A. Stamper B. R. Stocking Geo. W. Tyler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell There are six men in the city of Belt...

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

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT sas eREHM Bakk A grape cream of tartar powder. Makes pure, healthful, delicious food. No alum, no lime phosphate. There is an infallible test by which every housewife may detect the unhealthy fol alum baking powders— The label will tell rStudy the label. If it does not Bay cream tof tartar the baking powder is made from ralum and must be avoided. ' tr Attention Farmers! WE WILL GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE On December 24th 1908 A NEW MOLINE WAGON A ticket goes with every load of cotton brought to us. Bolton is the highest market in the county for cot- ton and has the best ginning facilities. Bring your cotton here. THE NEW GIN J Belton Texas BARGAIN DAY ! [Every Saturday From Now 'Until Jan. 1st, 1909 3 FIVE POUND BUCKET COFFEE (PONTIAC) FOR 75c See Us For Anything in TJie Grocery Line Before You Buy. I. J. JENNINGS & CO CALIFORNIA FRUITS REGEIVED EVERY DAY Hy large volume of trade enables^me to supply you with the very freshest groceries BOTH PHONES as Cam...

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

sy« f®:.: ml THE COUNTY PISH 3CRAT Pit$i &• I I SM1' ■ ' M; ft I . Up; B^ii SOCIAL AMD LITERARY EVENTS (By XiM Junia Oaterhoul.) AH item* intended for tHl« column should be telephoned or maile a to Miss Osterhout. A wedding of unusual interest | Among the prenuptial events was that of Miss Mary Hudson.! given in honor of Miss Mary - ■ , __ . u„ Toi,,.f Hudson who became the bride daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Taylor of Cjpt w T Davidson. U. 8. Hudson to Capt. W. T. Davidson, | Med. Corps, Monday evening U. S. Med Corps, which was sol- emnized on Monday evening at the bride's beautiful home on Main street. By eight o'clock the guests filled the flower bedecked parlors which were ply* decorated with United States flags in prolusion and throughout the entire lower suite the Army and Navy colors were used. For the approach of the bridal party Mrs. Lon Curtis play- ed Mendlessohn's weding march, continuing with a caressing melo- dy during the ceremony. The brid- al way was isled with whit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 November 1908

m • >r mi m THR nKIJf* >1 WTV UBIMTRAT r^ '/x y f - v ^ <>>;.?<? ^4b\i WK":-- 5ft \?A ! , II hex m s TABLE DAMASK $1.50 grade $1 .25 $1.00 grade .90 75c grade 01) i60c grade 55 50c grade .45 40c grade 30 45c grade 29 25c grade •)•) THANKSGIVING SALE ATTRACTIONS Seasonable Merchandise Specially Priced The Thanksgiving Sale is under way; the crowds are here; words didn't bring them. Mere words are no attraction. The crowds would not come if there weren't value inducements, and we repeat THE CROWDS ARE HERE. There, you have the story of the sale. It's an event offering values out of the ordinary, Prices below regular, savings worth coping for. Your Winter Needs in Wearables, Fabrics, Linens, Shoes and HiMinery are involved. Your shopping accumen are put to the'test. It's a case of buy now or wait a few days and probably pay more. The Crowds (re Buying. What Will You Do? TOWELS .45 .35 ... .29 ... .22 .17 Hp I* i si SHAWLS, SCARFS AND FASCINATORS Just Received a big lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 27 November 1908

ipfef ' ft'' <:*>• M ill ®fv pf?51 J. r - I i.-rs--- I®; #.i It: ;# i 1 Li £ ■! j- THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT — A tMtlpUr Who DmM HlmooW «• Pwduatat Plto Antlquoo. One of the moat astonishing ex- amples of geniua devoting itaalf to forgery w$a that of the Italian Btstianini. Born in 1830 in the xnidat of abject poverty, he had, properly apeaking, no systematic education, either literary or artistic. Bat he had real genius. An antiquarian of the name of Freppa employed him for 40 cents per day to produce "antiques" which might be sold at a good prof- it So this became Bastianini's life vork—tho production of forgeries. One of his most celebrated works la the bust of Savonarola. Per- suaded that here was a real fif- teenth century bust, two public spir- ited gentlemen collected $2,000 and purchased it from Freppa to pre- vent its sale and exportation. One critic, Dupre, declared that he must assign it to Michelangelo for its force and to Robbia for the exquisiteness of its treatme...

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