The Bell County Democrat (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 69, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 29, 1910 Page: 6 of 6
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THE BELL COUNTY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1910.
to keen an account of their
receipts an L expenditures if someone
Bank of Bel
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
billed for speech
Prof.' S. B. Maddox of Holland
was a visitor to our city on Fri-
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, Holland, was
a Belton visitor on Friday.
Miss Lois Medlin of Nolanville
was the guest of Miss Vera
Rather the latter part of the
Migs Earle Evans of Nolanville
was the guest of Miss Nellie
Flake at the home of Judge and
Mrs. J. M. Furman, Vant street.
See the prices Walker is mak-
ing this week It.
Miss Bettie Taylor of Holland
was a visitor on Wednesday and
Thursday in the home of her
sister, Mrs. W. W. Upshaw.
Miss Christine Law visited
Susie Barton of Holland for
several days during the past
Aubrey^ Elliott, a B. H. S.
graduate of 1907, is here from
Troy, a guest of bis brother,
Mike, and of the family of J. F.
Elliott on Honston street.
I have the same stallion, "Fos-
ter's Hal," and the large jack.
"Dick Ragsdale," at the same old
stand. Your patronage solicited.
60-2t T. G. Hakkey.
Pat Fulwiler and Miss Ida
es were guests of friends at
,t last Sunday.
Miis Mary Belle Underwood
of Holland was the guest of Miss
Lena Reese a few days of the
Mr! T. H. Elliott of Troy is a
vistonin the home of S. M. Ray
and family, Houston street.
Fori Rent—A five room cot-
tage. | Price $8 1-3 per month.
See J, F. Hair.
New goods in all lines at S.
Mrs. Zora Hammersmith
a Waco visitor last week.
Miss Carrie Beckham of Mex-
ia is a guest in the home of her
aunt, Mrs. J. H. James.
Lost—One small automabile
cushion. Please return to the
office and receive reward. It
Miss Edith Sparra returned to
Cameron after spending a few
days with relatives here.
Mrs. W.^T. Foster of Salado
was ~ i^ i|Lji« t~nT'" i at our of-
5n last Thursday.
Willie Miller and ' family are
now at home in the J. G. Batte
residence, North Pearl street.
Walker cuts the prices cm cloth-
ing this week. It.
Wallace Tyler and Miss Grace
Wilson were among the number
who saw the "Prince of Tonight"
played in Waco on Thursday
White Wyandotte Eggs for
Sale. $1 for 15. Leave orders
with J. H. James & Sons or see
Mrs. R. S. Wensley, near Bay-
lor College. 65-8t.
Maclin Robertson and Will
Proctor were among the friends
of the T. A. H. S. baJl team who
came over from Salado on Fri-
day afternoon to cheer for the
T. A. H. S. players.
A Timely Protection.
Everyone knows the after effects of
La Grippe are often more dangerous
than the disease. So often it leads
to pneumonia, which a weakened
heart action makes fatal. La Grippe
coughs that strain and weaken the
system yield quickly to the healing
and strengthening qualitiesof Foley's
Honey and Tar. Hunter & Freeman.
Belton, Tex.,—This certifies
that I have Mid Hall's Texas
Wonder for the cure of kidney
bladder and rheumatic trouble
or years and have never had a
•omplaint. It gives quick and
■ Henry Howell.
Mrs. James Smith of Mexico
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H.
James, iforth Penelope street.
STATE CF TOLEDO
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of one hundid dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured b£ the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure, ) FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this the 6th day of
December, la. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's C iitarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucoijs surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by tall druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's family pills for con-
A Large Lot J ust From the Fact )ry, For Ladies
$1.00 XO $9.00
Some Entirely New Deigns.
HUNTER & FREEMAN
Belton - Texa i
Some Beautiful Ones — Very Latest Styles
$1.00 10 54.
Hunter & Freeman
Hon. H. B. Savage Receives In-
vitation to Address Labor
Hon. H. B. Savage,' candidate
for the legislature, has beeD in-
vited to attend the Labor Legisla-
tive Convention at Galveston
April 12, and to deliver an ad-
dress. The letter conveying
the invitation contains a very
complimentary reference to his
record in the Thirtieth legisla-
Elbert Potts is home for a few
days after a two weeks trip
through part of his trade terri-
Everybody's friend—Dr. Thomas
Eclectric Oil. Cures toothache, ear-
ache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruis
es, scalds. Stops any pain.
J. Z. Miller Jr. and family are
now domiciled in the G. M.
Felts place on Main street.
Dr. Cox's Barbed Wire Lini-
ment does not burn or blister,
relieves pain quickly, and flies do
not bother the( wound. For sale
by Belton Drug Co.
Cedar Post and Wood for Sale.
. Will deliver cord wood in Bel-
ton for §3.25 a cord until further
Cedar posts at Dog Ridge, 5
miles from town, at 8 cents
each; or delivered in Beaton at
10 cents. Jack Potronelli.
Paul Daugherty of Nolanville
was a Belton visitor on Friday
To those who spend so many
restless nights, better come
with your hard lumpy Beds and
let Perry give you comfort I
make the old ones jnst like new,
or a new one to order as good as
money can buy. Yours for
r R. S. Perry
The Mattress expert.
HE TOOK THE CAKE.
A Story of William Black, the Novel-
ist, and Mary Anderson.
One time when Mary Anderson was
playing in "The Winter's Tale," in
Dublin, William Black, the novelist,
who was very intimate with Miss An-
derson and her family, insisted upon
assuming the part of one of the supers,
who was dressed as a very old man
with a venerable beard and locks that
fell upon his shoulders: When Black
went upon the stagte in this disguise
he walked about among his fellow
supers with unceasing restlessness
and, judging by the wild motions of bis
arms, seemed to be addressing to each
in turn an impassioned harangue. The
audience began to wonder who the
new actor was and what on earth be
was doing in a play in which neither
Shakespeare nor the stage managers
ever intended him to appear.
Presently came the time when It
was the business of Perdita to distrib-
ute flowers among the peasants, among
whom Black had his place. Miss An-
derson. carrying on the practical jokes
of the family circle, had prepared a
surprise for this moment, and, having
distributed flowers among the less fa-
vored supers, she handed to Black a
large cake crowned with a wreath of
laurel, saying as she did so, "You take
it," in allusion to his triumphs in the
contest of wits at the supper table
To her consternation. Black showed
that he was quite prepared to carry
out the jest, for, taking the cake from
the hands of Perdita, he immediately
distributed it in substantial portions to
his hungry fellow suppers, who, find-
ing it to be of excellent quality, be-
gan to munch it greedily under the
eyes of the house.—Exchange.
Elephants' Love For Finery.
Strange as it may seem, the elephant
is passionately fond of finery and de-
lights to see himself decked out with
gorgeous trappings. The native princes
of India are very particular in choos-
ing tbelr state elephants and will give
fabulous sums for an animal that ex-
actly meets the somewhat fanciful
standards they have erected. For these
they have made cloths of silk so heavi-
ly embroidered with gold that two men
are hardly able to lift them.—Pearson's
Force of Habit.
"I understand that all s^r cast was
"Yes; they played poorly for stars.
Even the life they put into the mob
scene was accidental and came about
merely through each of them trying
to grab the center of the stage."—Phil-
"What men think," remarked the
knowing woman, "causes fully one-
third of all the trouble in the world."
"Yes," rejoined the mere man. "and
what women say causes the other two-
Mrs. Benham—You have torn my
train! Benham—That's all right. Your
train 1b long enough to be in two sec-
Itching, torturing skin eruptions,
disfigure, annoy, drive one wild.
Doans Ointment brings quick relief
and lasting cures. Fifty cents at
any drug store.
WANTED—To rent a residence.
One with 5 rooms and bath de-
sired. Apply at Democrat of-
8 i£ii3ii£io3ioSiigio8ioSioSiaSiiSii$o i&triL & riMb oSiiSnSi & AAAiSWaSi
I Have Begun Construction on The |
NEW ELICTRIG UGHT AND
And Expect to be Ready to Famish Current for
LIGHTS, FANS A
Inside of Thirty
Has Been Shipped From Factory and
My Wire and Poles Have Arrived aud The
1500 Light Dynamo
I Arrive in Two Weeks
1 e the best ever furnished
svith your house.
I Want Your Business. My service will
in Belton. Let me connect up
NO CHARGE FOR A TRIAL OF MY SERVICE
Amos "Felts spent last week
at the home of his uncle, Judge
Miss Lucile uaw visited her
mother, Mrs. J. D. Law, for
severa] days last week.
, Miss Marguerite Bedell was
the guest of Miss Kathleen
O'Connor-on Saturday and Sun-
Miss Ethel Fonda of Galves-
ton, a State University student,
was the guest of Miss Lucile
Law during the week end holi-
Arthur O'Connor came up on
Thursday to spend a few days
Report comes from Lonnie
Flewellen of a successfully pas-
Miss Martha Leonor Meachum
of the University visited her
sister, Miss Elizabeth Meachum.
The editor of a country ex-
change describes a real queen as
a girl who looks just as good in a
50 cent wrapper as she does in a
$25 tailor-made suit feels just as
much at home feeding the chick-
ens and pigs as she does playing
the piano, whistles the same tune
patching socks as she does doing
fancy work, cooks just as good a
meal for the family as she does
for company, can talk just as
well on national topics of the day
as she can about her neighbors,
and has the same smile on her
face on wash; day as she has on
Sunday.—Itily News Herald.
The Democrat is authorized
to mak^ the following announce-
ments of candidates:
For Representative, Class 2:
H. B. Savage.
W. W. Walker.
J. B. Watters
J. B. Blair.
For County Clerk,
For County Attorney,
John L. Ward (re-election.)
For County Superintendent.
J. S. Morgan.
J. W. Grissom. (re-election)
For Tax Collector:
N. A. Ensor (re-election.)
For District Clerk:
EE. E. Upshaw (Re-election.)
For Commissioner, Precinct 1.
J. A. Dice.
W. P. Denman. (Re-election.)
For Tax Assessor.
A. G. Vick.
For Constable Precinct No. 1:
Jim Mitchell (re-election.)
1TBAYLUH COLLEGE I
;SIXTY-FIFTI SESSION OPENED SEPTEMBER 1f IMS
High Standards in Education and Oenaine Culture.
Thirty-six courses of sixty-five hours each leading to the
degreesjof A. B., B. S. and B. L., a liberal number
eleotives allowed in junior and senior work
Curricului'n equal to that of leading colleges for men.
Musical at vantages equal to best Eastern Conservatories
Excellent advantages in departments of Expression,
Art, Stenography, Business, Etc.
Fm Catalogs and Other Information, Addressf
W. A. WILSON, Pres
Always a Way.
"She 19 reputed to be a cold beauty.
Did you win her heart with orchids?"
"No. I sent some very fine Imported
eaQBages to her dog."—Pittsburg Post.
For City Secretary, Assessor
Earl W. Ferguson, re-election.
For City Attorney.
Jas. F. Hair, re-election.
For City Marshal:
, Walter Hale (re election )
> to a kiky utta aa aiik.
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For Sale by Henry Howell
Mrs. Josephene Haymond will
arrive in the city this afternoon.
She wishes all who will take part
in the cantata to be given for the
U. D. C. to meet her in the par-
lors of Hotel Lyons tomorrow,
Wednesday, afternoon at three
Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT.
Prof. Chas. W. Bolton and
wife were down from Nolanville
on Saturday shopping. Mr.
and Mrs. Bolton were accom-
panied by their little son and
by Mrs. Bolton's sister.
good health should prevent sick-
ness instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure it. So long
as you keep your liver, stomach and
bowels in a healthv and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ballaid's
Herbine relieves constipation, in-
active liver and all stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by Hunter and
Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT.
IT ISN'T SO mlch HOW YOU GET INK INTO A
FOUNTAIN PEN-ITS HOW YOU GET IT OUT
In all Waterman's Metis. is Ae only absolutely reliable device ever
invented to control klu It always and positively holds the ink
ready for Immediate use and prevents overflow. The principle oi
the old-fashioned spU reed—well tested.
Your dealer knows. Ask to try a filled pen bom stock, any time.
AN 5 Ideal FOUNTAIN PEN S250 Upward
TTSae Pteaa y<waa wi/M <sv<simhjisilllly Ikany '
We Always Have a Large Stock
HUNTER & FREEflAN
Belton - Texas
DAY RANCH COMPANY LANDS
All desiring information regarding these
la id 8 call and see me at the
BELTON NATIONAL BANK
I have some fine trading proposition# in
Coleman, Lampasas, Bell and
/kw Call or write.
ibelton - Texas
Semi-Weekly Democrat 50c Per Yeer
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Doyle, Davis K. The Bell County Democrat (Belton, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 69, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 29, 1910, newspaper, March 29, 1910; Belton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth233444/m1/6/: accessed September 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.