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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 12 March 1908

THURSDAY, MARCH la. 19** THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT 9 ►:& «2 « ►I& :•!« ►:& :& © ►:* ►:* 2& «1 # © :* « # 2* :& «:« :& :& &« - DESIGNED BY 8FmKMiq^&Sotr VKWYokk <•«....•• • :-*V„ y,, liif^rfnip This cut represents one of our new fancy, tan and Olive Worsted Suits for young men; The nobbiest, prettiest suit of the season. Prices $20.00, $1(3.50 and $15.00. All hand- made and the value is double our srice. Onyx Fancy Half Hose 25c and 50c—the stylish, new patterns for dressy young men. WHITE CAT UNDERWEAR For men. It's time to shed your winter underwear. Try Ihe White Cat—you '11 like it. New Collars and Ties. Eagle Shirts are best—$1.06, $1.50 and $2.00. SPRING GOODS We want a few words with the young ladies of the senior classes in all the schools and colleges in bell county: You are going to graduate this year, and as that event is one of the most important and interesting in your life up to the present moment, you will need a suitable dress...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 12 March 1908

^gBmj^COUNTT^lM^JAT THURSDAY, MARCH i , 1908 !/■ ■' ■■ •:;f f li pwV^'r" ii-'v-:' III B® rjgi i**Si BSj &stv OOPYRMHT. 1901. BY ROBBRT HOWARD RUSSELL. to his chief,-—« smart young chap, a colonel in the army, and a very intelligent man. "I explained that I had been robbed in a French railway carriage of a diamond necklace belonging to the Queen of England, which her Kajesty was "^ding as a present to the Czarina of Russia. I pointed out to him that if he succeeded in capturing the thief he would be jwnfln for life, and that he would receive the gratitude of three great powers. "He wasn't the sort that thinks second thoughts are best. He saw Russian and French decorations sprouting all over his chest, and ho hit a bell, and pressed buttons, and yelled out orders like the captain of a penny steamer in a fog. He sent her description to all the city gates, and ordered all cabmen and railway porters to search all trains leaving Marseilles. He ordered all passengers on outgoing vessel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 12 March 1908

SffS PS THURSDAY, MARCH la, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT ,J*il BILLIE A, THE HARKEY, JR., PEDIGREE Was sired by Clint Adkins; he by Bachelor Telegraph; he by Wilkes Clipper; ; he by Tom Brooks; first dam a blood Eliief mare of New Liberty Ky., second dam a Denmark saddle mare. Bache- lor Telegraph is the sire of Cyclone, record sold in his three- year-old form for $2500; also sire by Lady B, record 2:26 trotting. Bachelor's Telegraph has a mark of 2:22 and is one of the boldest saddle horses in Tennessee. BILLIE A is one of the best individual stallions in the county. 'Is a dark bay, with one white foot, long mane and tail. Ettrocts attention everywhere. This is his third season, and his colts are the best in the communities in which he has made spinels. Investigate his superior qualities before you breed your mare. TERMS $10.00 TO INSURE Will flake the Season at HAINES & SON'S STABLE II L iJL. : .'•iter.-™ H if' If r / A Positive Pleasure When entertaining guests it is a relie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 12 March 1908

-0*v i Hie UP it*-, ,fe:- y mmsi$ Sm -■*;'■ t ■i.Js WmU" mm W8r /*V>1 ■ %-. kSS-' H3&K® '•. fx . V. 'v • 1 ...: * B HI i f' , 4 «3Sf Pfe m \-4fi,:- An|In tructive Ad. will appear in thl apace next week. You would be astonished to know how much is done in the bank Free of Charge Let us have a personal acquaint- ance with you and show yvu con- vincing proofs. Belton National Bank J. Z. Miller, President. A. dTPotts, Vice Pres W. W. James, Ass't Cashier J.Z. Miller, Jit., Cash., Jozach Miller III, Ass't Cash MY FIRST VOTE. On the first Monday in Aujjust in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-two Was the second general election in Bell county and voters were very few. T Chamberlain and E. L. Stickney ran for county clerk and I voted D. T, C., D. T. for I; i:>'. \ I bad met him in Houston while there with my bijf ox team freighting, When the boat he was on landed he very kindly offered to mind the oxen while waiting for the stage to Helton, So I felt bound to vote for him while...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

o ■> Texas State Library '5. D $■1 •V, gMftRS o THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All tke News All the Hue 50 CENTS THE YEAR. $ THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ■FOR-; TUB QRBATBST OOOD TO TUB OREATB5T NUMBeR— 1$ Mifiii !■ di Miii PMMlyftpalttiiStctlii •f the treat Stmt ef Tens Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. flARCH iy, 1908 Number 35 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. re NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will ques^ that you send in your items so as to reach the Democrat of- £ce by Monday evening of each week. Also make paragraphs of each item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. Snap Shots at Correspondents. By Tim Buetoo. Teddy Bear had a good sub- titute last issue, but it seems this week they have both "gone to the brush." + + <• Dog Ridge had two interesting budgets last issue, which fur- nished lots of good news from that community. + t + Hope "ZYT" will bring some of that pop corn to the corres- pondents picnic when we have it. + + t "Misehevious Chums" had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

■ ■ m '■f HI km If ph *f Sr'• iSi •■'-■ &$*£* i TOP® Pip •ftittiv ••♦i.Tfiij $w, mBm;'£t (v^A*t- Wl, THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, flARCH 19. 9Q> [ ". \ w :• i Iff .'! 1 X v , ' ?, . vx ' I Beil County Democrat Established in 1896. Published By fteascrat Palllshtag Ctapaay. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: S. M. Ray, Pre#., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres.. C. B. Smith, Sec-Treea*., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. W. M. WOODALL, Manager. VBAR SUBSCRIPTION. oc. pen Entered at the Belton Postoflice hs Sc-c- osd Cl s Mail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton Democrat Stock Holders.1' W. S. Hunter ,1. D. I^aw M. P.McElhannon T. L. Means J. Z. Miller, Sr. A. M. Monteith J. K. Miller. Jr. J. C. 1'reston K. E. Rankin S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Rosea Robinson C. B. Smith X. K. Smith M. A. Stamper B. R. Stacking Geo. W. Tvler Dr. W. A. Wilson Yarrell F. K. Austin Frank Baker E. C. Clahauifh T. W. Cbehran Geo. W. Cole, Jr. T. A. Cook A. U Curtis W. P. Denraan Coleman Eads E. R. Everett J. F. Elliott O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

iis£. Thursday, march i9i >908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT t wwwwy wwwwww wwywyMMWMwwHWg Worth of d. FARMING IMPLEMENTS At Greatly Reduced Prices I Have Bought the stock of Implements from Clay May & Son and in order to reduce the stock I will make the following low prices For Cash Only: Standard Cultivator $31.50 J. I. Case Cultivator $30.50 J. I. Case Sulky Planters $25.00 Victor Cultivators $25.00 Bradley Champion Walking Planters $9.75 Steel Harrows—60-tooth heavy $12.00 TO BE SOLD AT THE CLAY MAY & SON STORE, BELTON MM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM^ Ansel W. Gibson Ann unces. The Democrat is authorized in this week's issue to announce Ansel "IV. Gibson of Rogers,, as a candidate from Bell county, for the State Legislature in Class No. 2. Mr. Gibson is a native of Georgia where he was born fifty two years ago. In the year 1*71, then but a lad, he moved to Texas with his parents. They located in Bell county. Since then he has uninterruptedly lived in this and in Milam county near ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

TOM BILL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY. flARCH l , l 8 rriui USs!#! ,i:r" iff *- ' Pi 11 ^ ' [I ■ 1« J§ i OUR PURPOSE ! It*s our purpose to sell you New,Fresh Merchandise as cheap as can be bought at any first class store. HE NAVE Oil SHIM STOCK II Bssdy For Year laspectioi. = we ARE SHOWINQ ===== Laces aid Embroideries « ■«•««••• «• "* White Seeds Giathams Mies' leHt aad Cellars leek aad Side Coaibs Maslia Inderareor Loa{ Sieves I SCHWAB CLOTHING J. I. Stetsea aad Paaaaia lab Meas leekwear Shees For Everybody Batterick Patteras THOMAS. A. GOOK Southeast Corner Square, Bsltoii, Tout « * I « « & & > & :« I« & & x£. WHITE WYMDOTTE Tbe best in Texas. Egga $2.00 per 15 when chipped, $1.50 per 13 at my resi- dence. JAS. P. KINNARD, Belton Surface Dries in 10 MiHutes It l( noihlnj Ilk* aa •name), bat Is vmy thlo ■B4 very black. 6-5-* " atj up" rust at water dOM •ait. Smith 6 Peyton Hardware Co. J. M. FRAZIER, M. 0. Uni. of Penn. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office hours from 2 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

* F " ^sfei Wfi f: D o Wj|r • &S«ICTK£'i4p% 1- i"' •£ TBSaLfifci •:, & i THURSDAY, MARCH 10, ipoS THE BELL. COUJSTY DEMOCRAT «& ■8 :* «* ►:& < 4 «? <& s* & V<s" !!i ►ii« 2I« ►::« «:« «a !!■ © ►15" & & «* >7<i %& ►:& :& cz« *:« ►i:« « ::< *:« 1 i • OESIGNED BY* spero,michael &son :■ , ^5fwJ&J2IC. -. ■ '- """"• ■*■ ..- '.WlJ^llHlillWlMjIi'lJjjuniiiiiiii Jg This cut represents one of our new iancy, tan and Olive Worsted Suits for young men; The nobbiest, prettiest suit of the season. Prices $20.00, §16.50 and $15.00. All hand- made and the value is double our srice. Onyx Fancy Half Hose 25c and 50c—the stylish, new patterns for dressy young men. WHITE CAT UNDERWEAR For men. It's time to shed your winter underwear. Try Ihe White Cat—you'll like it. New Collars and Ties. Eagle Shirts are best—$1.06, $1.50 and $2.00. SPRING GOODS We want a few words with the young ladies of the senior classes in all the schools and coll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

TrffiMm < y *SK HP® Hg ryiiiiHiwiir^ THE RWTT, COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURf DAY, MARCH 19. l*>8 I ®S THE FOG BY Richard Harding Davis. OOPY1USHT. 1901. BY ROBBRT HOWARD RUSSELL. I— I 1 • M ' * fill I • rs I / J / Vf'' w mm f2i£ MM •VV.A.- ;K wai 1«' pws sssrJE father, and I was happy that at last he was shut of that woman. I was never better pleased with him in my life.' He turned to Inspector Lyie, who was sitting at the foot of the bed taking notes of all he told us. " 'Why in the name of common sense,' he cried, 'should I have chosen that moment of all others to send my brother back to the grave V For a moment the Inspector did not answer him. I do not know if any of you gentlemen are acquainted with Inspector Lyle, but if you are not, I can assure you that he is a very remarkable man. Our firm often applies to him for aid, and he has never failed us; my father has the greatest possible respect for him. Where he has the advantage over the ordinary police official is in the fact th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

*da [il ,f F° ■in |of 1)11 I'll 111- jvc Is' |)T |)ii- leo, i'.V Lfh ]>vo leal p.\- t.MS my luld ?os {E 1*2 llias Ipso I'a.V- 1 the lake lies: tudy and Ad- Jonoo ■City, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT , ? ^J^tho letter-box, and taking out tlio letters, held them together—bo—and tore thetnR^'j^e ^tiiwo; its the fire hail gone out, tossed •them into this basket. Look!' he cried, 'here in the upper corner of this piece is a Russian stamp. This is his own letter—unopened!' V o examined the Russian stamp and found it had been cancelled it St.. 1 eter.-dmrg four days ago. The back of the envelope bore the postmark ot the branch station in upper Sloano Street, and was dated this morning. The envelope was of official blue paper nnd we had no difficulty in finding the two other parts of it. We drew the torn pieces of the letter from them and joined them together side by side. There were but two lines of writing, and this was the message: 'I leave Pe- tersburg on the nigh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 19 March 1908

rtr**' v«^K||b«W^ I?f Aa|In*tructlTe Ad. rill appear la thta space naxt w«ek. x;:;' . ' t I ADVANTAGES The ample capital and surplus of this bank, it's financial position and its established reputation for conservative banking meth- ods are among the substantial advantages offered to present and prospective patrons, lb maintain and increase these advantages is the policy of the management. The equipment in every department is thorough, modern and efficient Belton National Bank For Sale. About 800,000 brick and bats at the old brick yard. See W. P. Beamer, Agent. NOTICE I have purchased the Hatley Horse and Jack and will stand them at my home in North Bel- ton (better known as the Billie Blair place). Will be glad to have your patranage. J. S. Cowan. I t . For Sale. Household goods and one rub- ber tired runabout. 84-3t J. B. Hubbard. George Levy of Greenville, was in the city one day last week visiting his father-in-law, Mr. Tom Tate. Cane Seed—"Red Top." Everett Grain Co., the only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

fe*M State Library m THE DEMOCRAT Publishes All-the New* All the Tine 50 CENTS THE YEAR. THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT. -FORJ THB QWEATEST OOOD TO THE QREATEST NUMBER. THE DEMOCRAT It MRiM Is til Miit DeeselyPepelatedSectlea •f the Sreat State ef Texas Volume XII. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. HARCH 26, 1908 BELL COUNTY NEWS NOTES. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS—The Democrat will re- q uest that you send in your items so as to reach the Democrat of- fice by Monday evening of each week. Also make paragraphs of each item mentioned, and be careful about spelling names of people you mention. Snap Shots at Correspondents. By Tim Buetoo. "Topsy" seems to be somewhat uneasy about Ralph's frequent vis- its to Dog Ridge. How about it, "Topsy." "Bashful Beau and Timid Maid" musn't ask Billie Lisenbee such pointed questions about his trips to Hollahd. We would like for "Lycurgus and Leonidus" to tell us if Miss Cora looked exceedingly happy, how did Pat look? a "White Rose" had better keep ™ an eye on "Timid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

i • f? ft'. '.w If1 II- fe': wY ,t-r idBi& Ksvv m THE BEHj OOPNTY D1M( TMURr BAY. MaBCM *, if«t Bell County Democrat Established ia 1896. Pubiuktd By Demerit Publishing Ctapaay. (Incorporated) DIRECTORS: 8. M. Ray, Pres., W. S. Hunter, Vice Pres., C. B. Smith, Seo-Treeas., Geo. W. Tyler, T. W. Cochran. w. M. WOODALL, Manager. THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS BY WALDO PONDRAY WARREN SUBSCRIPTION. 50c, PER YEAR Bntered at the Belton Postoflice a Scc- oad ClassMail Matter. Official Paper City of Belton •nr.. ■ 1 ' ■ ' " ~ Democrat Stock Holders. V. K. Austin Frank Baker E. C. Clabaugh T. W. Chchran Geo. W. Cole, Jr. T. A. Cook A. L. Curtis W. P. Denman Coleman Eads £ R. Everett J. F. Elliott G. M. Felts Roy Hammersmith Dr. C. Freeman C. 8. Fisher J. M. Frazier Lewis Hatcher 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 - R. E. Rankin S. M. Ray J. H. Reese Hosea Robinson C. B. Smith N. K. Smith M. A. Stamper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

THURSDAY, nARCH >6, 1908 THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT a n Li D K J □ D There is never a question as to the absolute purity and health- fulness oi food raised with D'PMCft BAKING POWDER (• 4' A pure, cream of tartar powder Its fame is world wide No alum; no phosphate of lime The poisonous nature of alum is so well known that the sale of condiments and whiskey con- taining it is prohibited by law. In buyiqg baking powder examine the t label and take only a brand shown to be made with cream of tartar. Will appreciate your patronage and give the very best service in a Hair Cut, Shave. Shampoo, Massage, or Aaythiag ia Tin Tutorial Liae. At the same old stand with his first class white artists. East Side Square, Belton 1 P v i V'!*! ' A Positive Pleasure When entertaining guests it is a relief to know that your meats are the very best. A nice, tender roast with delicious brown drip gravy is relished by all. We cater to refined tastes and can furnish all the market delicacies. WALTER WILSON...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

SWPIWE® mm •rv"' K3T: ;<:! - •;' I F* * (, t i /H =< - ;;«w sm& grarfm THE BILL COUNTY DEMOCRAT THURSDAY, nARCM if, 19*8 SOCIAL AND LITERARY EVENTS (By Miw JunU Ostorbout) All item* Intended tor this column should be telephoned or mailed to Miss Osterhout. Mrs. Jar ley's wax work show will be given on Friday ev <" March 27th, at 8:80 o'clock, in the new chapel at Baylor college. The characters are made up from home talent and the entertain- ment is given for the benefit of the Bel ton Free Public Library. The proceeds will be spent in buying books for the library. These books will be enjoyed by everybody in summer reading. By coming you will have an evening of pleasure and will add to the book fund which is to give pleasure to others. Mrs. Jar- ley's wax work show is sug- gested by Chas. Dickens in his Old Curiosity Shop;" The play is under the auspices of the Wo- man's Wednesday club and un- der the direction of Miss Lillian Wells. The personnel for the evening is made...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

i-UJ P33 THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 9*« THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT NEW SPRING GOODS AT * * « RAY & ELLIOTTS « ::« ►::« # *:« « «ss> •2& *•! eg-S €-S © •S& €-:& fy.>««j s rJy'^V "Si3 & « *:« a *:« •ss «* © «* SSi & & <% & 2l< :< ITS '■' 3^1 &'n^ =H3 t U A |ra «a y suaiis m u f yi HOW ABOUT YOUR SHOES ? J Come in and See Our New Oxfords. RAY & ELLIOTT We Save You Money on'Shoes. STORE VVVVVVVVVVVV The Prettiest we have ever had. It's New, Up-to-date, and the Prices within your reach. The Suit that others will ask you $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 for you can buy here for $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00. Our clothing has Character and Style found only in the Highest Class of City Tailor Suits that would cost $50.00 and 60.00 a suit. T Every lady in Belton is requested to visit our Millinery Department. Our new designer, Miss Smith of Iowa, is an artistic designer, and she wants to meet you and show you some of the new things. NEW DRY GOODS ON EVERY T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

I'W- H Br^V' *■4* •■• . THUH PAV, flARCM *6, lpo8 AT THE CHURCHES. * ■! I# J J 3 * i HO! FOR THE THE GREAT PARKER SHOWS ! Will furnish Merriment and Mirth for the people of Bell County for a Week, Beginning MONDAY, APRIL Under Direction of the Belton Fire Department, which will be their Annual Street Fair and Festival. THE BIGGEST AND GREATEST AFFAIR OF THE KIND EVER HELD IN BELTON Everybody is Coming. Bring the family along and let them enjoy the Festivities. / "SOMETHING DOING" ALL THE TiriE m The Democrat reporter had oc- casion to'" inspect the Belton water tworks system Monday. Supt Ulrick was cleaning the rest/, ve pool at the station,which wt..3 being refilled from the ar- tesian well with the air com- pressor. Municipal ownership of the water works here has been a life-size success, notonly giving satisfactory service to the people but it has proved a splendid source of revenue. Much credit Is due Mr. Ulrich for this con- dition of affairs, as he is a thor- oughly competent ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

THURSDAY, MAMN **, If*! THE BELL OOUNTY DEMOCRAT 4 CLAY MAY & SON Dealer In HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VEHICLES AND FURNITURE A Nice Line of Spring Goods Just Arrived Such as Lawn Mowers, Garden Rakes, Refrigerators And Many Other Seasonable Goods Too Numerous to flention. Be Sure to See Our HERRICK REFRIGERATOR BEST IN THE WORLD arm and Garden JIM ROBERSON CAM BANGLE W\ * ib ib A ROBERSON & BANGLE AT THE HATCHER OLD STAND Thc-ir business is growing from the fact that they are selling for Cash and can give Lowest Prices, A vtsit to their store will convince you of this fact JIM & CAM BELTQN TEXAS PAINLESSS DENTISTRY We want your work and in order to pet it allow your car fare from Belton to Temple on $5,00 worth of work or qiore, 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 Painless Methods, at the following Exceedingly Low Prices. Set of Teeth $5.00 to $10.00 Gold Fill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bell County Democrat — 26 March 1908

>*■£*? <W TMHMOAT. MARCH *, ifo8 It k % I 'W/- '■ ■ ipfe m - i mm iP; li DUE DILIOENCE Every officer and employee of this bank is expected to fTftprlft" due diligence in the protection and the promotion of it's patron's interests. THE BELTON NATIONAL BANK BELTON AND TEMPLE SCHOOLS COMPARED. The ahicle below, from the Tem pie Tribune, is much appreciated by Belton people. Such unstinted praise of our public schools coming from the nearby town of Temple, is worthy of note. The fame of our schools has' gone abroad and we feel a just pride in the recognition of their true worth. Wednesday a Tribune represen- tatice accepted a very kind invita- tion from Professor J. F. Kimball, superintendent of the Temple pub- lic schools, to visit the Belton and Temple public schools. Going first to Belton in the af- ternoon we were cordially received by Superintendent James B. Hub- bard of the Belton schools, who es- corted us through the various grades and departments of the high school and th...

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