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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

■rat*— •-% ' RFJ .1 DEMOCRAT Volume XIV OLD LADIES ENTERTAINED They Were Guests of the Woman's. Wednesday Club at Baylor College. POEM BY MRS. SMITH Temple Lady Reads Appropriate Verses Written for the Occasion. (The following account of the "(Md Ladies" entertainment was furnished by Miss Osterhout for her society page for last Friday, but reached the office too late for publication in that issue.) It is the custom and the ex- quisite pleasure of the Woman's Wednesday Club each year to de- vote one afternoon to an enter- tainment in honor of their moth- ers friends. This event islov ingly referred to as the "old ladies, party" and occured this week on Wednesday afternoon in the parlors of Baylor College. The decorations, great bowls of white iris, while simple were beautiful in their appropriatenes. It was an ideal spring day and the guests gathered in large num- bers. A scene could scarcely be more fair than was this one with its groups of lovely women with their sweet faces set i...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

A THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910. BOOSTER DAY March 31st 9 9 10 To The One Coming Furthest To Takef Advantage of The Bargains Offered By Belton Merchants TO THE PERSON COMING FURTHEST TO THE IN BELTON THURSDAY MARCH 31, 1910 tbsye Tuid ing Goods to The Amount of $5.00 Or More I '4 The Bell County Democrat Will Give an Order on Any Mer- chant Advertising in Thi^ Issue of The Paper for ve DOUars Worth Of Goods I One Getting The Prize to Select The Merchant on Whorri The Order Shall be Made X^ei all Persons coming from a Distance, Register at The Dejmocrat office before 3:00 of clock Thursday afternoon The prize will be awarded at that hour. You have simpljy to state the distance that you live from Belton and that you have come to the Booster Sale and have pought goods to the amount of $5.00-or more. We want to see a large crowd here—both close at home and from a distance. Come in and give us your name YOU MAY WIN THE FIVE DOLLARS THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ll I 1

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

BOOSTER DAY SPECIALS For Thursday, March 31, 1910 o ur well known policy of giving the people of Bell County more than they expect for a little less than {they expect to pay was never more forcibly illustrated than on this special Booster Day. This Booster Day Sale is'not to get rid of a lot of last season's merchandise, but it is a genuine price cultting sale to give the people of Bell County a chance to buy Brand New Spring Herchan- dise a litttle cheaper than they can elsewhere. Everything that we have placed on sali for this special Booster day is new spring merchrndise that we have just received and it is not a sale to clean up' old stock. Here below we quote you a few of our Booster Day Specials so you can see for yourself ithe wonderful cut prices we are making for that day and our store will be filled through- out withfjust such bargains as we have priced here on this page. You can't afford to J miss this Booster Day for you don't always have a chance to buy new spring goods...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

i BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, 1 JESDAYMARCH 29. 1910 BOOSTER Thursday, March 31 " YOihPhP2^0tm^\0JnlvTH"rSdal' March 3i, BOOSTER DAY, you will miss the biggest SALE DAY ever pulled off in Bell county. Taki: our word for it and come~it will pay you. " * Wk & 'si Some Booster Day Prices==Booster Day (jinly Three Casks of Glassware j Two Gross big bottle Machine Oil, 10c value 5c The 8c grade, Booster Day, each 4c | 30 Packa&es Pins, per paper |c 40 pieces Figured Lawn, worth 6c. 10 yard 40c 50 Dozen Misses' Hose, value 25c, Booster Day |2 |-2c The 10c grade, Booster Day, each 5c The 20c grade, Booster Day, each |Qc 25 pieces fancy 100 Dozen Huck Ribbon, worth 25c 19c iwels, value 15c each fO 100 Dozen Bath Towels, value 15c each fOc 10 Dozen Blue W<*k Shirts, 50c grade 39c DESIGNED BY SpEBO. Michael & Son •SS/ nEV/ york CLOTH INC DBP'T Our Spot Cash system, our large buyina our long ex- perience in the best markets of this country, all enable us to give you the best at lower ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TU1 SPAY, MARCH 29, 191G. MONEY TO LOAN ON.... FARMS I am Better Supplied than ever bbfore with funds and can make Lower Rates abetter Terms J. C. PRESTON i Office Over Denny's Bank Belton, Texas - O Lvb >• ng Back. Tave yonr " " CO&Vt* boy-No, rot It oa a "orae. Charitable a horse? Bat be- Should 1—>« ght of your comfort before that of uo animaL—Throne and Coun- try- Are you frequently hoarse? Do you ' >t annoying tickling in your as your cough annoy you at night, and do JUlr"*ci<se nfiucas-ia- the morning? Do you want relief? If so, take Chamberlain's cough remedy and you will be pleased. Sold by all dealers. 8teps to the Presidency. "Pa." said little George; "I've chop- ped down yonr favorite cherry tree." That's a good start toward the pres- idency, son," responded wise Mr. Washington. "Now split it into rails." —Pittsburg Post Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT. j We Want to See Ybu on Booster Day THURSDAY, MARCH 31 You are always welcome at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 29 March 1910

t THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910. MANY FARMERS W H Y NOT Y O U Would like to keen an account of their receipts an L expenditures if someone would keep Open an Bank of Bel account keej for them. ount with the First State an and you will find the i itself, with no expense. Your checkk are always evidence of date and amiunt of all disbursements and your debosit book shows dates and amounts|of your receipts. Some of youjr neighbors and friends have account® with us. WHY NOT YGU? Don'i wait for a big start- any amount [offered, either large or small, is cheerfully accepted. It's a handy convenience to the farmers as well as to the business man. FIRST STATtE BANK euiMiY mi mix BELTOI, TEXAS billed for speech at Galveston Prof.' S. B. Maddox of Holland was a visitor to our city on Fri- day. John Clarkson and family are domiciled in the Perriman cot- tage on Pearl street. Special bargains every day this week. S. S. Walker. C. B. Stark, postmaster for our neighbor dity, Ho...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE! BELL PUBLISHED TWICE A. WEEK. Volume XIV BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY APRIL 8, igio. THE FARMERS AND CENSPS QUESTIONS Instructions Relative to Taking the Farm Census. Questions That Are Sure to Be Asked Each One The following article was published in the De iocrat of March 25th, bat by request of R. T. Estes, who is one of he enumerators for this precinct, it is reproduced. Mr. Estes su; jests that if the farmers will study the questions to be asked and have their ans- wers ready it will save time when the enumerate 3 call. He also states that all informatiqn that is given is confide n sal and that the enumerators are not permitted to repeat it to anyone. The taking of the census will begin next Friday, April 15. Y preparing an accurate account chains, etc., not included/in the first thre. Bof their fafm operations daring the year ended Dec. 31, 1900. and by making an inventory on April 15, 1910, of all their farm pos- sessions the farmers of the country can render the census bureau a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Brookfield, Mo.—"Two years ago I was unable to do any kind of work and only weighed 113 pounds. My trouble dates back to the time that women may expect nature to bring on them the Change of Life. I got a bottle of Lydia £. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and it made me feel much better, iijjli and I have contin- ued its use. I am very grateful to you for the good health am now enjoying."—Mrs. Sarah Ixhjsigkont, 414 S. Livingston Street, Brookfield, Mo. The Change of Life is the most criti- cal period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remem- ber that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so suc- cessfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from na- tive roots and herbs. For 30 years it has been curing wo- men from the worst forms of female ills—inflammatio: nervous prostration. If yon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT! FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 191G. Own a Home of Your Own NOTICE OF U. S. SPECIAL^MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE In The Circuit Court of The United Stated for The Western District of Texas, at Waco. J. Brace Davis, Trustee, Complainant v, i Belton and Temple Traction Company, Defendant, No 3 X) in Equity. 22 The Home Building instinct is one of the strongest forces in national life. If, as has been said, "the home is the bulwark of our civilization," certainly the instinct that leads men to construct beautiful habitations is the basis of it all. The ants labor industriously in their excavatiqn to provide room for habitation; the birds of the air build their nests, and every aniihal after the manner of its kind builds a home. Man, the king of all, merely follows tpe law of all creation in fashioning for himself beautifjul habitations, and he goes a step further even in building structures for the housing * the horses and the cattle and the other animals that are dependent u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY APRIL 8. 1910 Bell County Democrat Established in 1896. • Published By •eaocrat Publishing Company (Incorporated) NOTHING DOING, MR. JOS SON. DAVIS K. DOYLE, Editor and M*r Dinnrin nnn rir r ^ ^ DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pre#., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Sec-Treas., Geo. W. T-ier. T. W. Cochran. SUBSCRIPTION, 50c. PER YEAR Entered at the Belton Poetoffice as Sec- ond Class Mail Matter. Democrat Stockholder*. F. K. Austin Frank Baker B. C. Clabaugh W. Cochran Geo. W. Cole, Jr T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts RojHammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. S. Fisher J. 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 TEXAS DEVELOPMENT BUREAU SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS Gubernatorial R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRA1" /£lD|\.Y, APRIL 8. 1910 —— r •V* >r PESIGWEDBy>T- \ 5pero. ^WEV/^VDRIC^ Good Clothes Making requires more than mere work. It takes some thought to design and tailor a good suit. S. M. & S. "New York Made" clothes are designed by expert clothing specialists, who know how a suit should look and hang. They use brains in their vork, and produce the best suits at the price. , Is it any wonder S. M. & S. "New York tyade' clothes are the instant choice of discriminating men? They will be your choice, too, if you look overt our display. ' f The cheapest thing about them is the price. $10.00 to $25.00. I Qur riillinery Department Under the Expert flanagement of Miss Springfield' is enjoying a Rushing Business. A Hat for Every F^ce and Fancy. If you don't see just what you want we can make ii for you. CITY HATS AT HALF CITY PRldES SHOES RAY & ELLIOTT In our Shoe stock you will find dainty shoes for dainty people, strong shoes for strong men, and dre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE BELL COIWfTY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY APRIL 8, 1910 MONEY TO LOAN ON ARMS ■ ■■a I am Better Supplied than ever before with I funds and can make I i Lower Rates ahd Better iTerms i Want Tweijty Good Farms to Sell Fo The MONEY . C. PRE J STON Office Over Denny's Bank Belton, Texas J CLASSICAL RAT CATCHER. New York's Mayor Finds One With Motto, "Audacoa Fortuna Juvat." Mayor Gaynor of New York city baa fopnd an appreciative reader of his cisssiGg} of Charles M. Frey, a professional rat killer. Frey recently wrote the mayor to ask if he could not be exempted from Jury duty on the ground that the many calls of the courts on his time interfered with his services to the city In exterminating vermin. Mr. Frey was proudly showing the mayor's re- ply to his friends the other afternoon. It is in part as follows: Sooner than have the city overrun with rats and everything eaten up by them 1 would rather have you relieved of jury duty. The difficulty is, however, that so many exemptions have already ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

THE BELL COUNTY III Mill I iMj 11 I I II 8. 1910 GRANT VANDEVEER No. 40015 Volume XVII I have recently purchased this horse and believe he if as good as I ever saw. Color, coal black; weighs about : J00 lbs,; 16# hands high; beautiful form and a nice disj si_ tion. Come see him at my old stand. I Still Hove My Denmark Stallion and Two Ja ks I Kindly Solicit Your Business. 1 - NAL L. SHANKLIN Salado - Texas PUBLIC LOVE LETTERS. Cufioua Appeal* Appear In Newspa- pers of Southern' Italy. The printed love letters In the ad- vertising columns of papers in south- era Italy All the tourist with wonder, mingled with deep respect for the sentiment which will pay for their Insertion. The following letter, taken from the Palermo Ora, contained 174 words, which at the advertised rate of a cent a word would cost $1.74. If the Italian saying, "A lira is a dollar," is true, this would equal a bill of $8.70, which would require a pretty devoted American lover to pay: "Dearest Little One—What have I...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 8 April 1910

BELI COUNTY DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY APRIL 8, 1910 \ \ A No f\lum w Fifty Yearn the Standard Dr.PRI CREA BAKING PO Made from Grapes Makes the food of superior healthfulness and finest quality; INTEREST TAKEN IN STREETS MR LAWNS Ladies of Civic Improvement Committees Report Con- ditions Improving. y Asa Strange was in from Summer's Mill on Wednesday and patronized our merchants liberally. Dulaney Maugham was in 2rom Nolan Valley on Wednes- day trading with our merchants. Notice I Decoration Day will be observ- ed at the North Belton cemetery on Saturday, April 30th. Miss Emma Lee was able to resume her duties at Carnegie Library Monday after an illness of ten days. Rev. W. H. McGee of Lam- pasas is visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. A. McGregor. Rev. C. W. Peyton of Temple was a Belton visitor on Thurs- day. Man wanted, with family to work on farm till crops are laid by. Will furnish house. G. A. VanDyke, Old Phone 802, 2 rings. 72-74. Miss Belle Tyler returned on Wednesday from a visit to her g...

Publication Title: Bell County Democrat
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