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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 December 1908

TUB DELL CPU NTT DEMOCRAT irton-innoMwm ini'iinw Attention Farmers! WE WILL SisE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE On December 24tli 1908 A NEW M9LINE WAGON A ticket goes with every load of cotton brought to us. Belton is the highest market in the county for cot- ton and has the best ginning facilities. Bring your cotton here. ^ """"MOPSBEAD. j WWYWWWWWWWWWW JllllttA V m MM R PllkfL Cii/IJamIw THE NEW GIN Belton Texas BARGAIN DAY ! Every Saturday From 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. JENNINGSI& CO IF YOU DRINK g DRINK THE BEST Largest Stack andgFinest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The . )H| SILVER KINGJIBAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. GOOD] IFRESHIGROGERIES Just what you need - Just what^you want. E. M. HATCHER Next Door to Old Stand, Country Produce Wanted. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS How Does These Things Strike You? Mackerel, Kraut, Pickeled Pigs Feet, Citron, Currents Raisin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 December 1908

TUB BtUb OOUWTY DEMOCRAT AT COST GOING COST AT COST WILLDBEGIN A COST SALE Too flany Goods on Hand And We Need The Honey. Matt Realize Mosey Frem deeds oa Head, Heaee this tale. We will display ear COST MARK, ia the store, which is as follows: UP5ANOVER6 0 . 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 We will de exactly as we say—sell all DRV GOODS exactly at Cost aatil farther notice. Remeaiher, the sale begins Ko Goods Charged or Tickets Made During This Sale <? GOING AT COST And Continue Until Further Notice. THOS. A, COOK Cook's Block Belton, Texas M«rlc Spratt of near Killeen was here Saturday trading. John Gorrison of the Salou was here Saturday looking^'iround. ~ /'— Elbert Potts inhere from Fort Worth visiting, the homefolks. Ten applicants took the exami- nation lot certificates Saturday Mrs. A. P. Taylor of Temple vis- ited friends in Belton Friday. Dr. J. S. Jones was a visitor here'from Salado Saturday. OUe Wheat of the Center Lake community was here Saturday. Will Archer of Prairie Valley ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

iorae State Library Tit BCM9CRAI PablUiMS All tlM Nswi AH KM TtaM 5$ CENTS lit YEAt. BELL FRIDAY EDITION COUNTY DEMOCRAT V PUBLISHED TWICE j£L WEEK. U NMilil h tfce Hut ef the treat StMafTt Volume XIU. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEHBER n. 1908 Number 42 YOAKUM MAKES SPEECH. "Our Country and Our Rail- raads" His Subject. MORE MILEAGE NEEDED. Declares in Address Before a Chica- go Association That One Hundred Thousand Miles of Railroad Must Be Constructed. Chicago, Dec. 10.—J. Pierpont Mor- gan, after the fatigues of a day spent In refusing to be interviewed for pub- lication and dodging stenographers, sat at the banquet board of the Chi- cago Association of Commerce while B. F. Yoakum, chairman of the exec- utive committee of the Rock Island- Frisco railroads, discussed "Our Coun- try and Our Railroads." Mr. Morgan, In accepting the invitation to be pres- ent, stipulated that he should not be called upon to speak. He left for New York after the banquet an a special train. Mr. Yoakum de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

m m T. W. COCHRAN'S RETIREMENT Active BUSINESS Or account of ill health tho senior member of our firm is forced to retire from active business and will remove himself and fam- ily to California where he will make his future home; in consequence of which and in order to re- duce our mammoth stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes we will for Next Thirty Days Sell When we say "COST" we mean what the goads, plus the freight put in our store. Not sines the dissolution of the old firm of Cook, Cochran & Co. in 1904 has there been anything like this sale, and we confidently expect to outrival that from the fact that our business has grown steadily every year, and we say without fear of contradiction that there is not a firm in Texas that enjoys a more liberal patronage nor who has the universal confidence of every man, woman and child in Bell County. ■■■ t 1 l , Having only the; beat lines the manufactories of fte country affords mid ami at all times being in a position to pay Spot Cas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

THE BBLL COUNTY DEMOCRAT Attention Fanners! WE WILL GIVE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE On December 24thi 1908 A NEW MOLINE WAGON A ticket goes with every load of cotton brought to us. 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 To The Public The grocery business heretofore conducted under the firm name of I J. Jennings & Co., will hereafter be known as the undersigned, Mr. Jennings being no longer connected with said business. Mr. George Cheatham will ^.ereafter manage the business for me. All those who are indebted to the firm will please settle with Mr. Cheatham, or his authorized agent only. J. E. GODSOE IF YOU DRINK DRINK THE BEST Largest Stock andJFinest Line of Imported and Domestic WINES AND LIQUORS At The SILVER KINGlgiBAR WARREN & FURNACE, Props. LONE STAR GROCERY Leads All Competition in Prices on EXTRA QUALITY OF FLOUR AND COFFEE SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS How Boes These Things St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

I . 1. B 'J . " TCT MWUL OOBFTY MMIOCEAT f*' ■■■- ■ H my r '■ H mi ■'W -.V W* y Ifefe SfVA i'* «W ' Bell forty Democrat bgUUW U lU I: e . gy Pibllshlai CMipuy ^Incorporated) DIRECTORS: t. X. Bar, Prwu, W. 8. Hunter, Viae ST-w0;B- WO. w. 1 Trier, £mith, Seo-Treas., ip, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, MiHMtor. SUBSCRIPTION, goc. PBR VBAt at the Belton PoatoBce a Sec- oad Claaa M*il Matter. Deaecrat Stick Holders. V. X- Austin Prank Bilker B. C. Clabaugh T. W. Cockran Ow. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Kftd B. B Everett J. F. Elliott O. M. Felte RoyHammerimith Dp. C. Freemen C. 8. Fisher J. M. Frailer JT. 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 8. 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 Yarrell A Belated Warning. There is perhaps no state in •the Union which could derive more benefit from a due co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

TH1 BHI. COUNTY DBMOCKAT RAY k ELLIOTT CHRISTMAS Commencing Saturday morning, December 12th i J ,*'T * I s I Q OB a . The reductions in the different departments will be the kind that will draw purchasers from all parts of the county to Belton. It is a well known fact that our prices are always lower than others and when we give special reductions It makes it a matter of general interest to buyers who are quick to recognize the Great Difference in Prices Here and at other places. Our immense sales this fall have left us with many lots of Clothing broken in sizes. These we propose to Cut Deep. We can't carry odd lots and sizes. You can find your size among some of it and this is the op- portunity to buy your Christmas outfit at a Bargain. All $20 All $18. AU$16. All $15. All $12. All $10. AH S 7. All $ 6. 00 Overcoats, 00 Overcoats, 50 Overcoats. 00 Overcoats, 50 Overcoats, 00 Overcoats, 50 Overcoats, 00 Overcoats, Christmas sale $17.85 Christmas sale $15.95 Christmas sale ..$14.75 C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

THB WUAj COUNTY PBMOCRAT m ' IH I hi eoooMoaoooooo CHRISTMAS GOODS OF EVERY Velocipedes, Doll Buggies, Boys' Wagons, Doll Furniture, Doll Chairs, and DOLLS WITHOUT NUMBER HAVILAND CHINA AND FANCY GOODS WE HAVE TOE PRETTIEST LIME EVE! SHOWN HERE OF ROCHESTER WIRE Tea Kettle, Coffee and Tea Pots, Table Sets, Trays, Pitchers, Serving Dishes and Chafing Dishes. You will appreciate this ware if you will come and examine it. SANTA CLAUS Will Be at Our Store in Person. Everybody Should Call And See Him. OUR STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS IS ENORMOUS AND YOU SHOULD SEE IT BEFORE YOU BUY SMITH We Buy Cotton and Corn PEYTON BELTON TEXAS We Sell Horses And Mules Broke the Record. The Belton creamery broke the butter record on last Tues- day, producing 307 pounds of the beautiful "Golden Grain" butter. In view of the fact of the big churning on Saturday of nearly three hundred pounds it would seem that Mr. Donnell is pushing his creamery to the front at a rapid gait. The farmers of this territory do no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

THE NEW LUMBER. COMPANY THERE IS t REAM M) We load many wagons with lumber from a distance of 15 or 20 miles. These people do not haul lumber this distance for pastime. Thpy do it because it pays them in dollars and cents. "Must Be Long Leaf, Dry And Bright" Is the specifcations we give when buying lumber; that's the reason we give you best grades. We buy right and charge a reasonable profit. That explains the Low Ptices we make. When You Want To Buy Anything In the lines enumerated below, it matters not wheth- er you live one mile or twenty miles away, just hitch up and drive in direct to our yard and you will get a satisfactory deal. Lumber Shingles Brick Lime Paint Screens Oil Screen Wire Wall Paper Red Fence| Window Glass Pickets Cement Roofing Builders Hardward A VALUABLE BOOK FREE If you expect to build a new residence soon and will kindly send us your address, we will send you at once a handsome book of house plans. Showing about 100 designs of modern, medium and low priced r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 11 December 1908

I f \ 1 ' Pi! fe\ I? Si"; TiHI MLL QOPWTT PHMOCRAT AT COST GOING AT COST AT COST WILL BEGIN A COST SALE ' Too flany Goods on Hand And We Need The Honey. f M : > if 11 Musi Utilize Mtiey From Goods on Hud, Henee this sole. We will disploy | >i,v : oor CO$T MAR*,io the etore, which is os fellows: i UP5ANOVER6 01 , j " T2 3 4-5 6 7 8 9 012 Reperter Ve wiirdo welly so we ooy-sell all HY GOODS exeetly at Coot until further V notice. Remember, the sole begias And Continue Until Further Notice. No Goods Charged or Tickets Made During This Sale GOING AT COST THOS. A, COOK Cook's Block Belton, Texas Prairie Dell News. The health of the community Is good at this writing. Mr. R. L. Langston went to Bel- las Monday on business. There waa a party given at the of Mr. and Mrs. Roebuck Fri- day night and was enjoyed by all who attended. Mr. W. M. Langston and family of toDe Star community visited rela- tives of this place Sunday. Miss Lottie Webster of Haskell, is ▼biting relatives near this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 December 1908

I •crnr 8{«tc yuiry *8® * I TM NIMCRAT ralllakM AM Um Haw* Aii tfet TIM McemiwvEAi. BELi FRIDA V ErfHON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. FXJBHiI SHE3ID TWICE Volume XIII. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEHBER 15, 1908 Number 43 COUNCIL OFCOMMERCE. Organization to Aid Trade at Home and Abroad. Washington, Dec. 10.—The organi- zation "of the National Council of Com- merce, held in the office of the Secre- tary of Commerce and Labor Straus expectej to prove of far reaching ben- ®it to the foreign aad home i.ade of the United States, vao orrauize 2 today. "ne council Is embodiment of ideas of Secretary Straus wk®reby it 13 hc; - ed tho commercial world may be brought la closer touch with the de- partments of the government ar>1 util- ize their machinery and the valuable information secured by them for the general betterment of trade at home and abre&d. One of the features of the movement la the establishment of a permanent bureau of the council In this city in charge of a capable man who can keep in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 December 1908

raw.; m Mr* f [i I OLD SANTA v i pretty («W aid Mil kit H din mm intr ttal b MCMimlly fill* ap Mr ftoekiigi with tHlfedlkit ire it m in to it hiri ir here- after, ud that by the mriing if lecemher 26th are fit ally far the scrip pile. ITS DOT THAT WAT if he aukee hit parehatet at ear ttere. We offer tenihle thiigt for tenihle people ii variety almtt suffeieit to tipply yoir whole liie af Xmt shipping. Just glace over this list aid see if yea agree with as: dul tiro $1.75 to $1.50 - - $9.50 to $5.01 . nAtarttr. ****** THmelet- $4.50 to $7.50 iTIhiN. am, m a* — — m "Perfection" Oil Heater *«•«• fire Sets, 4 pieces **-*0 Target KHm ~~ - - SkM8n - $6.50 to$$5.00 (bib $2.00 to $3.00' NOW LISTEN IMriRg this holiday rush we are not going to overlook the stove business, and we don't want you to, and then, besides that, a good RANGE OR COOK STOVE is mighty hard to beat for mother's Xmas gift anyway. We already have several Ranges and Cook Stoves set iMay for Xmas eve delivery. The inducement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 December 1908

E-HSHseserje- •CT VNTT MftfOCftAT iTg ■ III m ~ I I ■ ■ JL <s t L'L VO i -liSitll zafp | CHRISTMAS SALE ■Ma*' Commencing Saturday morning, December 12th The redactions in the different departments will be the kind that will draw purchasers from all parts of the county to Belton. It is a well known fact that our prices are always lower than others and when we give special reductions it makes it a matter of general interest to buyers who are quick to recognize the * '. ' Great Difference in Prices Here and at other places. Our immense sales this fall have left us with many lots of Clothing broken in sizes. These we propose to Cut Deep. We can't carry odd lots and sizes. You can find your size among some of it and this is the op- portunity to buy your Christmas outfit at a Bargain. 's a All $20.00 Overcoats, Christmas sale .*. $17.86 All $18.00 Overcoats, Christmas sale •■ «...$15.95 All $16.50 Overcoats. Christmas sale....... p- $14.75 All $15.00 Overcoats, Christmas sale $12.95 Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 15 December 1908

m ■ .. ■ II p i-M' •: - . feg| ■M n ?#■! m, fe . IS| AT COST GOING AT COST AT COST WILLOBIEGIN A COST SALE Too flany Goods on Hand And We Need The Honey. Matt Realize Money Fran Goods or Hud, Heaee this sale. We will display I ear COST MAM, is tbe store, which is as fellows: UP5ANOVER6 | 12 345 67 8 90 l#pM,,r We will do enetly es we say—sell ell BUY 600BS exactly at Cost aatil farther notice. Remember, the sale be{ias And Continue Until Further Notice. No Goods Charged or Tickets Made During This Sale GOING AT COST THOS. A, COOK . Cook's Block _Belton, Texas M. W. of A. Elect Officers. At the regular meeting last 'Wednesday night the Modern Woodmen of America took up the election of officers, and the fol- lowing is the result: W. P. Whitmire, V. C. Oharles L. Turner, A. D. J}. A. McKay, B. K. G. A. Vandyk, clerk. F. H. Tullock, W.T. Fred Lewis, S. T. T. El Roberson, assistant clerk. T. L. Stroud, P. C. 1,R. Holland was here yester- day from Summers Mill. W. W. Hair was here from Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

7- 4 ■I'ojca* State FR/0A V EDITION 3~. L|hr«rjr . 1 ■ ' A* ""t<' 'fty: -; 4i •ft- * <r IK NNKMI ftllbbM All th* Itows All tbs Thee . ■•CENTSTIC WAR. BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PtTBLISHEJD fTWIOE .A. WEEK. ^ JPtJ? ft -4 g' >'?" . Volume XIII. lifts MJ SPEK. President Elect and Wife to Ad- dresa Civic Federation. topics of much import. Among Those Who Are Scheduled to Make Talke at the Banquet Are Meesrs. Gompere and Rldder, Also Seth Lowe and Andrew Carnegie. New York, Dec. 14.—The guests of honor at the annual meeting of the National Civic federation, in session at this city, will be President Elect Taft and Mrs. Taft, both of whom will deliver addresses at the federation's dinner, to be held tonight. Judge Taft will speak on the work of the federation's public employees' welfare committee, of which he is chairman, and Mrs. Taft's topic will be the work of the women's depart- ment of the federation, in which she take* a keen interest. Gompere and Ridder on the Program. Several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

(laoorporMgd) DIRECTORS: W R«J, P^a. C. B. . .-iftscai*? V. Tylsr, T/W. Cochran. W. «. WOODALL. Beltoa PtMtoffice m Sec •atwodettbe 0*4 CUm Mill Mat M.C. OUbeufh iW. Ooehraa V. Cook Curtis DMUBU iK d , C. ywwnin IrlLlHitir 1<& Bead Tboi. Tarrall Punier II. I«l> ' • M. P.McElhannon T. L. Mean* J. I. Miller, 8r„ A. M. Monteith J, Z. Miller, Jr. I. C. Pre*ton S. M. Ray J. H. RNH Hoaea RoMnaoa C. B. Smith N. K. Smith Geo. W. Tyler♦ Dr. W. A. WilKxn Notice To Sobiorlberi. ordering an uiittm changed from on* •TSwe^sg ■ecan be made. PtoMe keep thlahi mind. "Froin pri&s reports IV" seem* that Madam Ellen Beach Yaw re oeive#YC0l*Teception at Temple ■when she appeared there Met •creek. (JpnsMering the tap* tiat Mies Yaw has established end a reputaAoa as -oa^" *** Irm i ^ Si*' -The small boy with a pocket foil of fire crackers will soon be iq his glory, and our vigilant city marshal will be kept on the ■run. mmmm The stingy man feel* sorry for gmta Clans; bnt old Santa gets more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

w ■* ! h(' Our Cost Sale !1 Is The Talk of The Surrounding Caunlry, For Never Before Has There Been Such a Slwgkteflf % A Dry Goods, i sL i Shoes, : i to i < In Bell County, and the people are not slow to tee tMatJt's to their advantage to make their hill with m. We could , • ^ • ... « v" * *'.V. T- "• * ' i'1 ' ■ ■ . . quote you prices till you would tire of reaaing, but" what's the use. When we say we are selling yon At Cost coto and investigate for yourself; it's a pleasure to show our goods, and if we ean't fell yon it wont ,>> cost you anything to look ■ " 'us-' 7 fl ♦ I While The Stock is Unhroken; Every Day you wait means a smaller selection, for the goods wont stay in the hone fc-V*"*-.: T. W fitate ^s.-JehflfPwfftetrfc.'thslrged wi|n rape. The jury turned in a verdict Saturday nigfotyassessing punishment at five years in the penitentiary. - F' i" \ Jury reported ifl the case of. the State vs. FrSnk Millar Mon- day afternoon and fixed his pun- ishment for robbery at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

BM M pi; & * POWDER JP, ► V i / a ' •, V' jP?t' i? ■■•'. IP li ■ For making quickly and perfectly delicious hot biscuits, cafci and pastry. Renders the food more tasty, nutritious and wholesome. No alum, no lime phosphate The government and food authorities have enabled the housekeeper to protect her family from the rahtm baking powder. They require that the label shall give her warning. She must buy from the label and decline any powder which the label does not show to be made from cream of tartar; struts vtium pbsj* . ' ** • ; • "We Baraca boys bad a lively time that Sunday vjsc,<Uacussed the Bible Study," said the mem- ber we quoted two weeka ago, and the president had to keep usJhrthe road.' Last Sun bwnsend gave us a lectureGot Ofr ..Bible,' JBeforerW#taft.in *had spefwhes by flcalr^ R^ftu champ find Lee, 9 fellow Lee is a live * wire—wis we bad him lor president or leader "We had a busthess meeting Monday night ar.d 'laid some fine schemes for work and for social affair...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

& f% .is ft 4s 4 NOW THE TIME To Buy Your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS During Our Great v Sweeping Reductions In Our Various Departments OUR CHRISTflAS OFFERINGS TO OUR CUSTOilERS Ladies CloSk All $25.00 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $20.00 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $18.00 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $15.00 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $12.50 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $10.00 Cloaks, Christmas side All $ 8.50 Cloaks, Christmas 6ale All $ 7.50 Cloaks, Christmas sale All $ 5.00 Cloaks, Christmas sale / $19.85 $15.86 $14.95 $ 11.95 .$ 9.95 $ 7.96 $ 6.75 $6.96 $ 3.96 Ladies Dress Goods $l.2i Ajl $1.50 Dress Goods, Christmas Sale All $1:25 Dress Goods, Christmas Sale .— ........... 98 All $1.00 Dress Goods, Christmas Sale - >89 All 85c Dress Goods, Christmas Sale 79 All 75c Dress Goods, Christmas Sale. All 60c Dress Goods, Christmas Sale . All 50c Dress Goods, Christmas Sale . All 25c Dress Goods, Christmas Sale •69 .69 .41 .19 Clothing Department You are going to need a New Suit for Christmas; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 18 December 1908

. . # >h%> mM m * §111 j|& . I WM' |S|$S] & MM . m* i j§f¥ 'W>.. think Prof. W. J. Dankworth f* £ '■*% <** , . ji **• Hit a NwHlng connection puts within your K:: ' I: Of the mmiy 0p| reach? it protecU your money It lends you money without delay or red tape ft fives you advice and assistance free of cost i of sale deposit for even email sums which, if persistently «vw. WIUev«ot Uy d«v.lop Int. ■ unit balance, .% £•,> *n ST <y ~ p - ' , lit * t you to place your money where l|t will be safely and profitably ^s^veaMk, >k-v>V W Good iftandlug with the bank establishes your credit in the community. Serve Endorsed By His Neighbors and Gives Living Testimony of His Skill and Ability to Cnre Diseases A BOON TO SUFFERING HUMANITY NATIONAL BANK There has been a fine trade in Belton all during the week. A great part of this trade has been from the country and the mer- chants are naturally ieeling good •ver the matter. J. F. Crouch of the Temple Times and Telegr...

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