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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 June 1899

x^x-vEWS OAL£ c/l/7SEl 1 as 93 /m rue vim THU. FRJ. JM / % J 4 J 6 7 / 7 70 // Z2\ 73 79 73 76 ?7 /r /f 20 17 2Z 23 24 ZJ 26 Z7 I 30 % shall be inclosed in said lerter of in quiry as follows AFFIDAVIT State of Texas. County ctf^ Issued Every Friday by GEO. p. BARBER, Editoi and Propvietor. bbvmou^ . . a Entered at the pooto second-class mail rtaour. Texas ■ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. One copy, one year $1.50 One copy, six months, ...,x 75. One eopy, three months 40. tW larariably in aJvpjico. If not paid strictly in advance. $2.00 for ob year will be charged. BemlnrS. W. T. P. ail). F, 1. Ex. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1899. (jCvSNlRStBill Passed. lloeot, con " "°l U«st a gaeetfil —WctTonJiiu^ca.-.. - m •it or uaaurstaiid- iug; or shail boycott or threaten any person or corpSciratiou for buyinJo from or selliug to another person 01 cor- poration who is not a member of or a party to such-pool, (rust, agreement, combination;- confederation, associa- tion os understanding any such arti- cle or Mtiing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 June 1899

~m She 5Jett>0. -j- Vol. 10 No. 32. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16,1899. Whole No. 5C -WBTOl FOH HOGDE PEOPLtE AfiD VISITORS I Here ♦ is * a * Store * Full * of * Buying *-and * Saving * Opportunities We offer some inducements in our Men's, Women's and Children's shoes and Slippers * For on * We have 5 doz. pair Men's shoes worth from $2.50 to $6.00, ^ to close at $2.00 pair. X And about 6 doz. pair Ladies' shoes worth from $1.50 to ^ $2.50, to close at About 4 dozen pair Ladies slippers worth from $1.00 to $2, to close at Also abont 4 doz. pair Ladies slippers worth from 75c to $1.00, to clos4 at 50 cents. >4^bout 6 doz. pair Misses slippers to close at one-half their actual value. Ton can't afford to miss our special sale on shoes and slippers. 1.35 95 cents. Summer is here ? Are you ready to combat its terrors ? If not, get ready. Come and buy one of our $5.00 crash suits for $3.50, or a $4 suit for $3, or a pair of crash pants worth $1.50 for $1. We also ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 June 1899

1 he flews. It V securing on i< draft is Issued Eterj Fridaj by GEO. P. BARBER, Edltoi and Proprietor. texas- Chasing ad at the postotfice.at Seym oar. Teiw lightest clM"raail raatter- $25 to $= RMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. I "k • t paid strictly I £*1 T"| 411 be charged. Oil -,oneyear fl.5* , aix months Z 75- V, three months il> V Invariably in advance. in advance. $2.00 (or on N. W. T. P. acd N. E. A. Ex. Cci m 0i FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 18*9. coanty takes the cake rin boys. The Leader last Mo reported twins in two jes. Big FillM good rains of last week wlVieneral over the state— ***> evefy-body is happy, i6 craiks, rivers, tanks and ,^cisie;ns are.fnH—and so aire some peoplfe full of joy over the ppospeets of a bountiful crop - Tiie Wise County Messenger is no longer under the manage- ment of Dale & John W. Dale has sold his m terest to Mr. Halcomb and, has we presume, retired to his country home near Decatur "We wish both success in what ever they may do. Halcomb Hie Hayden-Craafil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 June 1899

buggy OUR IS AT IT'S BEST! Trunks. ® To travel without a Trunk: or Valise is inconvenient. _ To buy eitlier elsewhere is to lose rryoney. Binder Twine, Oils, Repairs, Sec. Corn Harvesters, Kaffir Corn Headers, Mowers and Rakes. During the month of May this store transacted a great volume of business. June opens with every busy salesman busier than ever, giv- ing more goods for the money and better goods for less money than can be purchased elsewhere in the West. We are heavily stocked on Mies, Side Sales and Ham See our Line before buying and Save Money. Big Store Little Prices. TEXAS SUPPLY COM'ANY. Everything: - From n Q tVl D T? OCI Q ATl S^°P worn goods are not found in our Store. We sell them while in season, even if at a sacrifice. We have gone through UJ-LV/ AWvWiUUll our j)ry (j00dg an(j ghoe stock, reduced the price on all kinds of merchandise on whick we are overstocked, that every ar- ticle may be sold before the season is gone. See the following good things in store for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 June 1899

- v! THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR c ■ R £ tfai «M 3 t/l/NE lfiS>Q 77^/>r/ ■is ■•■•rr Wu Fnltj. The late Justice Keogh was in the latest years of his eventful I career afflicted with failing mem- ' ory. On the occasion of a "bar dinner" at his house he went up stairs to dress, but did not reap- pear. The company sat patient- ly for some time till at length- just as their hunger was getting {the better of their manners, an iemissay was dispatched to hunt j up the missing judge—his lord'-' ship appeared and explained with many '^apologies that, in* magining that he was retiring for the night, he had undressed and got into bed. After an hour's sleep he awoke, when it suddenly struck him that he had not yet dined, on which he hurri- ed down to his guests. He once attended a representation of "Macbeth" in the Oaity Theater, Dublin. It will be remembered that the witches, in reply to the thane's inquiry what they were i doing, declared they were doing "a deed without a name.,, Catch- ing th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 September 1899

SSsgpSIKate- F.^•••'•;:■.<:• ■ \ * - moSSm** •-> .-^c- - giggp? niiiPW JJMU4-1 ' - -'J 1 .V ToL.10 No. 46. SEYMOUR, COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1899. '<■■■■ Mi Whole No. 514. |MmasHse«d*iaifipi)e When you come to Seymour * #• 3* A. LEVINSON'S Where you can fin^ the Largest assortment, the Latest styles and Lowest prices. Extra values in all grades from the lowest to tke highest. The Cheapest House invttie We#! in our line! ^ v \ c &at£ ,***-•*■ II We have Dot time te~speeify the many items of value we are now showing, bat we will eay tliU : We are pfepaxed^to ta&eenre of the retail and jobbing trade that cones to Seymour. Our large store is rapidly filling up with the -best assorted stock of Dry Goods dthat 18 years experience can select from the Eastern markets. A FEW I1*EMS JUST HfeCETYED: Ladies' ready-made- tea jackets, assorted colors in oating flannels and Teazle downs, from 79e to $1.50 each in red, pink and bine. Ladies^ready-made wrappers, assorted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 September 1899

8 HAKE Limit >4F %- SAVE FUEL! That's what the great BUCK'S stoves and ranges do. They are economical, easy to clean and have no equal for their great cookiu g qualities. Furniture, Hardware, Qlass- ware, Queensware, Tinware, Carpets, Wall Paper, Mattings. An ounce of Satisfastion is worth a ton of Talk, and satisfaction goes with ev- erything we selL 51? Botto/r\ p^ll Qleap Out. IpoK at Jljese priees. Bed room suits worth $22.00 now High back dining chairs worth $1.00 now Pine rugs worth $1.50 now selling at Bedsteads formerly worth $2.50 now selling at Bed springs worth $2.00 now selling at $17.00 7o cents $1.00 2.00 $1.50 A nd Every Else at Lowest Prices. OUR PRICES aS!th°e eitterfactory part j! Call and be onvinced. e s The Satisfactiori Store. $ The fieuus. REPCRT OF THE CONDITION Inned Kverj Fri.laj by "GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. HBYlfOUR - - TEXAS Hatmdit the poet office. at Seymour. Tern sooond-olaesmail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. Oaecopjr,one year tl.W One...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 September 1899

-I IL • ^ Duck! Duck! Duck! DallasHills 8\>unc« duck afc 6 cents] ion 8 ounce, a yWd . ' " 7 cents For spot cash only. If charged the price will be For Dallas Mills 7 1-2 cents. For Champion - 8 1-3 cents. ♦ a I BURNITURE. Take Elevator Secolui Fldbrr ^ < * . To make-rapid baying and reduce stock in tliisdupart- The regular army of West Texas Supply Co's. immense fall stock is arriving |mentwe offer 8ome sPIendid vakes. ' ^ y ■ ^ JEtng Fringe. Makes the old rug look new.-" Solid colors are IS 1-2 cts. . on every train. It is filling every avenue of space. Already the greatest bombard- -/ j 6-inch Percale. Bine and red grounds, a yard 614 centsjjj ment on prices ever known in mercantile warfare has begun. Pledged as we. are jMixed colors are wider at 20 cents. Outing Flannel. 100 New Bugs. unalterably to give our patrons more goods for same money or same goods for less , ^ ^ mfim * p . . ,. . t , Icame^from t^e Orient's renowned looms. ThepHoes, too, h^ve 8 l-3c quality, light ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 September 1899

THE NEWS CALENDAR PHP I Sam Jonea: Ingereoll fought in ■ JT the open and made ^ pretentions of \SBftuvtturi ' - ^' \\ ^ T*** ^ * I' # . * ' v'^-vv; y ** • * >>i BSSS^SC ft The fieuis. lie nod Kvery Priitaj by GEO. P. BARBER, i and Proprietor. tKYMOUR - - TKXAS Kntwtd at the poet office, at dejmoor. Tmh eeeoml-cUss mail matter. TERMS OF SU3SCRIPTON. $l.M Oil* copy, ono year Uae^opy, six ukaUii z... Oae copy .three months Itrvariab! fin ad vane*, ifaotp&id itrbtlr ia advance, $2.00 for one will be charged r N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. Com FRIDAY, SEPT. 22,1899. I"s*5p \ 1 H # ConttBBoas Faralac. Th era is no period on a well- regulated farm daring which idle- neat should exist. Stock raising combines many occupations. The v 7rGiiTyraan who has a large herd most riBe early and work nntil darkness returns. The many little details will keep him busy, and there is always something to be done; yet there are hundreds oi farmers who have but few animals because they object to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 29 September 1899

10 No. 47. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. Whole No. 515. >aaaaaaaB—ftffi*aa^aaaaM>^a«aaaaaM«i m ^,n rff FROM HEADQUARTERS, When you come to Seymour MMM Visit A. LEVINSON'S store. Where you can find the Largest assortment, the Latest styles and Lowest prices. Extra values in all grades from the lowest to the highest* The Cheapest House in the West in our line! Are You Open to Conviction? , • - . We have not time to specify the many items of value we are now showing, but we will say this: We are prepared to take care of the retail and jobbing trade that comes to Seymour. Our large store is rapidly filling np with the best assorted stock of Dry Goods that 18 years experience can select from the Eastern markets. A FEW ITEMS JUST RECEIVED : Ladies' ready-made tea jackets, assorted colors in outing ilannels aud Teazle downs, from 75c to §1.50 each in red, ^jnk and blue. Ladies' ready-made wrappers, assorted colors, §1.00, $1.25 and $1.35 each. Ladies' Tre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 29 September 1899

I I iSS ■I ||b*j f ___ PWSIS \ \ \ \ \ r-gb^..' C- {£££$£; jv' c..>- w SffifSgWjV w r~r : 1:1 \ Stye Botto/r) p^ll Qeap Out l^oo^ at Jl?ese prices # That's what the great BUCK'S stoves and ranges do. They are economical, easy to clean and have 110 equal for their great cooking qualities. Tlie Store. Furniture, Hardware, Glass- warer Quemsware, Tinware, Carpets, Wall Paper, Mattings. An ounce of Satisfastion is worth a ton of Talk, and satisfaction goes with ev- erything we sell. ft!If) DDIPPQarenot the least satisfactory part UUF I RI'uCD of the purchase either. Tli© Bed room suits worth $22.00 now $1?.00 High back dining- chairs worth $1.00 now. 75 cents Fine rugs worth §1,50 now selling at • $1.00 $ Bedsteads formerly worth $2.50 now selling at 2.00 $ Bed spriBgs Worth 62.00 now selling at $1.50 S ♦ A nd Every Else at Lowest Prices. Call and be Convinced. A Jubilee ic Eloocjers. The hard headed women who would le'ive mini's po«rkets fwptv and then put ob bis apparel, otherwise ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 29 September 1899

A Big Time in our Big Store Next Week! Everything so neat and nice Everything so low in price Everybody ought to call And see onr bargains for tlie fall. I I FURNITURE. Loom-End-Sale Autumn Dress Goods Do not bny a costnme until you know what is going to bei Oueensware--Glassware We throw on sale the coming week, a line of glassware, vie We furnish the home from parlor to kitchen. This depart-jlrliafc our buyers picked up for spot cash 111 northern liiarkt tu\ |ment filled with a mammoth stock of everything to furnish alespecially for this sale. If there is one thing more thati aiiotli<'r I house is doing a large business and constantly growing. Mostljthis house prides itself in doing it is in fishing out real gen&ine TT> Q. 1 7c cpv. TT ^ people liare a -hobby. You know ours. It is to give the most! bargains and giving our customers the benefit. This was nevt*r x V_y i\ OX v_/ _J_ V—Jl Oi. -A- |land the best for the least. By constantly doing this, we havejfjmore clearly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 29 September 1899

s: fasF «y <v- V r c m &;o*i m m m m © t < * Vol. 4 s i !©S©1@E@I©M©I@1@I©S@ The man who smokes © Old Virginia Cheroots 1 m lias a satisfied, "glad I have got it" || © expression on his face from the time © he lights one. He knows he will || m not be disappointed. No matter m fl w^efe buYs one—Maine or Texas, ® 0 Florida or California—he knows they @ g will be just the same as those he gets g at home—clean—well made—burn J® even—taste good—satisfying! © ® . ...... 7 gn @ Two Honored million Ola Virginia Curroots smoked ihis year. *>, ggg Ask your ova dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. ^ ©a©i®i©I®I©I®S@I©l@I§h@ Sixteen in Pest House. Friday Dr. Piuer reported that he i has sixteen cases of smallpox in the post house and thata number of the persons who were exposed to Mrs. Foster while she had had the disease were sick, probably with the first fev- er of the disease. Tents have been procured and those who have broken out with the disease have been placed in there close togethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 October 1899

2S msm nrj * f Hi .%Tr 3= Vol. 10 No. 48. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6,1899. Whole No! 516. % ( —--~ti*irrnnrir iai MMOMM MMMMtSMM HMM IAMI vVrt uEor:EVEByT ...AT... R. IiEVlfiSOfi'S * BIG STORE # For Men; Women and Children. 3 TIMELY TIPS CEEL Are good things for customers who are look- ing for great l/ajue^ to 5i?ap dp! SMALL PROFITS, QUICK SALES AND LOTS OF THEM IS OUR MOTTO. \ FairSeason 1 A affile [ " Our Prices J Dewapd Vour fttteptiop. Made Well! Wear Well!! Sell Well!!! thby afte wlflnefrsi They .Are. Friedman Bros. Shoe Co's. Little Sampson School. Shoes Guaranteed to Avear easier, to fit better and last longer than any shoe on the market. DO YOU WANT THE BEST SHOES? IF YOU DO—BUY OF US. / V Here's Sorqe Winners: 'W%4, wren's $3 shoes for $2. Men's dress shoes for $1 pafir. Men's $6 box toe boots for $5.00 $3 Zebu shoes $2 50. Old ladies' shoes for 1.00 Ladies' lace or button shoes for 1.00 Children's shoes 40c to $2. -Men's Creole shoes 1.00 Men's $2.25...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 October 1899

SAVE FUEL! That's what the great BUCK'S stoves and ranges do. They are economical, easy to clean and have no equal for their great cooking qualities. See ttye pall IJpe por flii?ety-J^ii^. Furniture, Hardware, Glass- ware, Queensware, Tinware, Carpets, Wall paper, Mattings. An ounce of Satisfastion is worth a ton of Talk, and satisfaction goes with ev- erything we selL AUD PDIfCC are not the least satisfactory part UUn rnlvCO of the purchase either. The 5l?e Bottom p^ll Qleai? Oat. | at Jtjese priees. i Bed room suits wortli $22.00 now High back dining chairs worth $1.00 now Pine rugs worth $1.50 now selling at Bedsteads formerly worth $2.50 now selling at Bed springs worth $2.00 now selling at $17.00 75 cents $1.00 <► 2.00 ^ $1.50 And Every Else at Lowest Prices. Call and be Convince! s The H«u>- 1MM< RMT* FIUW by SCO. F. BMIMM, IdUtm aad Proprietor. 0EYMOUK - • TKXA.fr TERMS OF aOBSCRlPTOK. tfu«WiOHfNI W*uwtftii ........ O— eo>t.Uw ■aijiljb* If lanritUiia If sot paid s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 October 1899

m x ai mi MI irnninii'i i 'Wi i' ii' ii !'■ 'in "ir^rwn Everything bo neat and nice Everything so low in price Everybody ought to call And see our bargains for the fall. fl OS v Ten cents, fifteen cents, twenty cents, tJ| ^ ty cents and the "gems for slity-five cents, me 10 cents I sorts should be 12'l-2and the 20 cents sorts should be 35 cents j and the 65 cents sorts, are wonderfully what you bought at $1. LUest Supply Company ID Off J J ;• > i >„• K * FURNITURE. New Autumn Dress Goods Bo not buy a costume until you know what is going to be | worn. Wehave studied that question and can tell you. Our! dress goods' trade would not be the b«*st in town if we did not j give the people the latest styles with the very best value for j their money. The coming week we start the season with an exhibition of textile art stuffs" of all that is newest and best., Looking down the aisle of fabrics, new shades and color blend- i ings greet the eye, playing like moon-beams on the ocean's ti-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 October 1899

■ Cigar Dealers Like £ to have their regular customers smoke £ ■ Old V irginia Cheroots ■ B because they know that once a man ® A A H starts smoking them he is "fixed/9 h • and that he will have no more trouble ® 0 with him trying to satisfy him with £ 3 different kinds of Five Cent cigars. £ ® Two hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year. ® ® Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. ? THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR Scared for a Minute. He—If you should suddenly dis- cover that I had had—had had, well, that J had had a past, would ycu love me still? She—oh, Edward, how you frightened me! I thought you were going to say that you had —had—well, that you had lost your fortune. Tkst Foot Race. "The first thing we know," saM the anti-expansionist, "we shal? have a race problem in the Philip pines." "Oh," replied the other man, "we have a race problem there now. If our fellows could catcfc Acuinaldo the trouble would b< nettled in short order." GENERAL DIRECTORY. official direct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 October 1899

•W- . " • ■ '{'■: .r v \ % \"' ' ^PlIP r^s^iIP ispssi SSSSi "W :Hfe 811 . * >'' mour i1T~' i n rol, lo No. 49. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13,1899. Whole NO. 617. **( u-TV1-0O'! EVEfty^, ...AT... fl. IiEVlfiSOfi'S * BIG STORE * For Men, Women arid Children. TIMELY Tif S! £od things for customers who are look- ing for great jo 50ap ilp 1 & % J3UICK SALES AND [S OUB MOTTO. De/nai)d Your ^ttei)tioi>. mail ■ i«m M Made Well! r\ lal Wear Well!! Sell Well!!! J2&E WITHERS I THE VERDICT U'ii! fy Are. Little tin®. W%s. Shoe Go's. School Shoes -| need jien c^trx-tiTiteed. to wear easiei^sfcrfit better and last longer tlian any slioe on the market. DO YOU WANT THE BEST SHOES ? IF YOU DO-^BUY OP US. Here's Sorqe ^Winners: Men's $3 shoes for $2* Men's dress shoes for $1 pair. Men's §6 box toe boots for $3.00 $3 Zebu shoes $2 50. Oldladies' shoes for .1.00 Ladies' lace or button shoes for 1.00 Children's shoes 40c to §2. Men's Creole shoes 1.00 Men's $2.25 kip boo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 October 1899

* $ $ 'I1 ^ $ Ofrfofofe <M $ $ ill ft ifrifrtfiitl tfi ft tft ifl 4*1 if 1 i^i ift ^^It, ^ J r—f 4r& or e 1 hat's what the great BUCK'S OU Stye Botto/r\ p^lf Qteai?1 I^oo^ at Jtyese priees. see otti ranges do. They are economical, easy to clean and have no equal for their great cookirg qualities. "?v Furniture, Hardware, Glass- ware', Queensware, Tinware, , Wall Paper, Mattings. An ounce of Satisfastion is worth a ton of Talk, and satisfaction goes with ev- erything we sell. J are not the least satisfactory part * ol the purchase either. Bed room suits worth $22.00 now High back dining chairs worth $1.00 now Fine rugs worth $1.50 now selling at Bedsteads formerly worth $2.50 now selling at Bed springs worth 12.00 now selling at And Every Else at Lowest. Price* Call and be Convin $17.00 75 cents ^ <51.00 I Ttjc People's Store. # w The Satisfaction The r4ecus. v Itsoed Everj Frii!«j by * GEO. P. BARBER, Edited aud Proprietor. SKYMOUI{ - - TKXAS Entsreilat t!ie poetiM'Bce.at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 October 1899

ammm Si-^tir!EvaC73Ei^8u^"i."">iggtg!3g'jaijSc?55£i§555 FURNITURE. for Men Gueensware-Glassware see our bargains for the fall. -Loom .utumn Dress Goods I iHi 1 I ^ We 111 row on sale the coming Week, a line of glassware r We furnish the home from parlor to kitchen. This depart-ithat oar buyers picked up for spot cash in northern market-^ I ment filled with a mammoth stock of everything to furnish ^especially for this sale. If there is one thing more than another | house is doing a large business and constantly growing. Mostifjthis house prides itself in doing it is in fishing out real genuine -j—j—.. i—v ,—V n/—V 7\ o t T I people have a hobby. You know ours. It is to give the mostabargains and givingour customers the benefit. This was never JUy ^ J ^ J I ^ ^ I 8 ^ . . .* .. ■> -r . ii 3.: ii.:_ .... 1— _i . .1 >r"H Imi liuva tlia <>nm?n(r r l and the best for tiie least. By constantly doing this, we have|more clearly demonstrated than will be here the coming Week. Il...

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