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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 1 December 1899

M mm A t V !V i I '&L- ■ 1 \ | I: •igar'Dealers Like ^ to have their regulaf customers smoke | Old Virginia Cheroots ■ because they know that once a man ■I starts smoking them he is "fixed," • and that he will have no more trouble • with him trying to satisfy him with • different kinds of Five Cent cigars. H _, _ Two bodied million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked tikis year. 2 Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 (or 5 cents. THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR trJL e Ladies' Visiting Cart For a p-to-date visiting cards in calf at the News pies and make new, cheap aluminum case, office and see orders. and et^lMli X Business Cards. For up-to-date business in aluminum case, call at general directory? X \ - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 29th Bierict...... D. F. Gose, Representative 104th District,.. .T. H. C. Peery. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL' DISTRICT. Jotlge 50th District, 8 L Newton. Attorney 50th District Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clark, J.T. Sanson COUNTY, Connty Jndge, Carter Taylor. Cards I Sheriff and Tax C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 December 1899

V * Vi, She Scnntour V<}1.11 No. 6. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,1899. Whole No. 526. i 9 • < . < MM REMEMBER CASH IS KING! i December y Closes the year Boots, Shoes, on everything. 1899 and as the year closes, we propose to close out a big line of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing and Furnishings FOR CASH much below the market price. Our stock is too large to quote prices Come and be convinced that we mean what we say : Blankets 50c. to $5 per pair. Comforts 75c to .50 each. Prints 3c. best prints 4c. Yard wide brown domestic 4c. Yard wide bleach dom. 4 3-4 8 1-3 canton flannell for 7 1-2. Rubber lined duck ov'coat $3.50 Navy blue melton ov'coat $8.50 Ladies $5 plush capes for 100 doz machine thread 8 for 25c La. cloth capes 75 cts. to $2.50 men' $1.50 bukle shoes $1.00 Mens Mackintoshe Ladies $2.50 plaid shirts for $2 ladies $1.50 kid shoes for $1. $2 wrappers & teajackets 75 to$150 men' fleeced undershirts at $1 §8 mens suits Fit and Satisfact...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 December 1899

/• gSSSBBBBB $ i|i t|i t|i if) t|i $ ;|i i|i $3 {$$*$: i|i t|i i| i|i (ft t|> e$ i| t|i U R P T E m * i For Christmas Presents—Ar^d ttje Beauty of our Good is tl^ey are Useful as well as Orr)amer)tal. TYAT T ADO Y°u.wil1 be surprised at the way your money will stretch the momeat it is I III a i I lM fl.^l ^i:^war?' Ti?^ar®> Queensware. Here are a few sample prices selected from a store full of just as great Bargains: HARDWARE BARGAINS. ii I mffEsR^ | Odd Things at Odd Prices. ^ - - We have the Largest line of Holiday ^ Queensware ever offered for sale here. Prices away down. & Pocket knives from the cheapest to the highest grade. "Wagon and Buggy ''ji" - timbers. Some nice buggies at low prices if sold at once. FURNITURE ITEMS. Rocking chair unequalled in this market heretofore. Bedsteads, common and folding. Rugs of the most beautiful patterns cheaper than ever. Who are wise will not overlook The Qaanah business men Asa cure for rheum at isni Cham- have subscribed §77 per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 December 1899

TWO CHRIST r They will be busy weeks her a, probably the busiest in our history. * We advise, early holiday buying while our stock is 1^ complete and offers an immense variety to select from. It is also more satisfactory to do your shopping before the rush. We shall do our best to wxii on you promptly but its hardly neces- sary to say that early buyers have more chance to find what they want and obtain ii qnickly. The following is a list of ir- resistable values in seasonable mdse., prepared for all who nish (to do their holiday shopping JJOW : Oar Dress Ms Sale Extainaiy Ouy facilities for obtaining the newest | and best the market affords and at the lowest Ices will be exemplified at this Xmas sale when we witl place at cut rate prices a line Special Sale of Lace Curtains : § of Up-to-date Dress Goods Your Husband or Boy wants an ) An an exceptional opportuniny we throw on sale the i coming jveek. curtain, very pretty pat- QA Ruffled edge curtains very Aft , value a pair SI at sty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 December 1899

... < A —~4*$" n =* There is no end of €> i ^ Old Virg inia Cheroots 1 B to waste, as there is no finished end to SB d © E3 cut off and throw away. When you H |g buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for § |jj five cents, you have more to smoke, | and of better quality, than you have • 0 when you pay fifteen cents for three O ©Five Cent cigars. 9 ® ■ ^ Tiro hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this Tear. ^ fgg Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. « gg Ladies' Visititff carts. For op-to-drtgr vieiting cards in aluminum cage, call at the News office gee samples aud make - y -©F&ers. Something new, cheap and stylish. v Business Cards. For up-to-date business cards in aluminum case, call at the News office aud see samples and make orders. Something new and cheap. Papers We Club With. News aud Farm & Ranch $2.00. " aud Texas Stock and Farm * Journal one rear $2.00 " and Dallas Simi-Weekly News one year $2.00. THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER 1895. // The ]4ems. Issued...

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

has been* sortmentf shall a ^TT -v-. - -.«.,.v- . .. T'Q6_ is* . Vol. 11 No. 8. pOTJUTBT.. TEXAS,; FR^Ay, DECEMBER 29, 1899. " ' ' r —— ! m ! Whole Closes -the- year Boots, f 'Shoes, on everything. as - year closes, we propose to close out a big line of JFall and ^iater. Dry Goods, Clothing, inde-farnidhings FQR GASH* much below the market price. , 0ur stock is too large to quote prices Come and be convinced that we mean what we say : % ifi-i**"* ^ !vii>q|j^w®v5S2Sv3M6wiSS5N5£SS^ia Blankets 50c. to $5 per pair. jlffi* ■ ' ' " 6mforts75c to $1.50 9tf^;i?esf gr|ptB 4$? 3Tard fade bio^i domestic 4c. and Yard wide bleach dom. 4 3-4 Ladies $o plush capes for $4 100 doz machine thread 8Tor 25c i Heavy sweaters our price 75c. 5 canton flannell for La. cloth capes-75 cts. to $2.50 Baen' $1.50 bukle shoes Mens caps 2oc. $1 caps 75c. ber lined duck ov*co&£$ Ladies 4>2.50 plai&shirtsTor fSsPp i ladies $1.50' kid shoes for $1. $2.25 Mackintoshes $1.75. Naw blue melton ov'coat $8.5...

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

y; For Christmas Presents—Ar^d tY\e. Beauty of our Good is are Useful as well as Ornamental. t • T*IT A fimTfl TV/\T T A Ti CI Y on will be surprised at the way your money will stretch the moment it is JjLAbTlC i/ULLAiio ■?. «® JT - — V - - ^ - : . - t —— — • - y — - " *•* v MVA v a sample prices selected from a store full of just as great Bargains: Odd Tilings at Odd Prices. "We have the Largest line of Holiday Queensward e^er offered for sale here. Prices away down. HARDWARE BARGAINS. Pocket knives from the cheapest to the highest grade. Wagon and Buggy timbers. Some. nioe -buggies at low t • prices if sold at once. FURNITURE ITEMS. Hocking chair unequalled in this market heretofore. Bedsteads, common and folding. Rugs of the most beautifhl j. * - ••• . ,* •>... . patterns cheaper than ever. ers f / Who are wise will not overlook PEER! & SMTH. 4 The flems. In tied Etm7 FrWlJ by • geo. p. barber, Editoi fcitfcl Proprietor. ■BYUOXJR - - TEXAS Entered at the poetofBea. at Seym...

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

* OVERt ■< -^.1 V is a thing of the past and with us it \ I has been a record braker. (Result broken lots and odd as- j Isortments must be closed out before stocktaking. Therefore we j I shall devote the first week of igoo to a clearing sale which will | Intake a clean up of these goods. Your dollars will go along\ \ways here during this sale in snpplying your needs in reliable j ' (Dry Goods and General Merchandise. We invite every ecoA buyer to share in cur distribution of good values. *a • ^ 19 Our Dress Goods Sale Extariinary Our facilities for obtaining the newest\ | and best the market affords and at-the lowest\ Prices will be exemplified at this Xmas sale j \when we wit I place at cut rate prices a line j Special Sale of Lace Curtains : | of Up-to-date Dress Goods that for Style, Newness and Cheapness have\ never been "duplicated and never will be un-\ less by ourselves. Materials are new and\ Varied, including j hadies cloth,-Bfoadcloth, Sergs, Henriettas, Cashmers, Cashm...

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

& o 53 •■•i ERAL DIREC j l w • i v. i <• . H is unusual with "Five-Cent cigar 2 smokers," ljut it has been tjie every- ® • day experience of hundreds of thou- ® # sands of men who hkvc smoked* - § ^©U^irginia Cheroots* 8 during the last thirty years, because § •they are just as good now—in fact,® g fetter than when they were first made. ■ &) q Two hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year, a -m Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. e S THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR ,JT DECEMBER 189 9. mm m mm/. J7 WAZf 1 te&M- BfflM The fJecus. ' > "4 * Issued Itmt Friday bj GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SKYUOD^ - * TEXAS 'Entered at the postoffice. at Seymour. Texss second-classmail matter." • " TERMS OF SUBSCRIFTON. Oae copy, one year •■•••• One copy, six taoBl$£, ....r. H. Oneeopy.th'reomodths ...... ........ 48. t3y* Invariably in advance. If not paid atrictly in advance, $2.00 for one y ^ar will be charged. Member N. W. T. P. and N. Li. Ex. Com. FRIDAY, DEC....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

I „■ y . ~ -j* i : -jr - c ,46* 00' .1 V" J 7 *•..... >*y: -' r.**. . . •• «•.": w'i •;. <;, f ■ m ?" 'V, 1 3 V i§ # -AN v !™Sf! ..C, itv H n-> r v t *• #? Vol. 11 No. 9. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR GO., TEX., FRIDAY. JAN,12, 1900. Whole No. -529. esrsx <n ' ' „rw,™ l K " - <fe SPSOTSpi^ M ^ v ^ ^ «8 ?hi ™ «&** // pall and Winter 'Dpy n q; ^ .0 ? • ^ ' <§• ^ y We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and customers our many thanks for past favors ❖ ♦$*■ shown us. We further announce that we are well pleased with our business in Seymour and that we are # here to stay. So we now offer you 25 per cent, reduction on all winter goods to move them out before go- X ^ ing to market to purchase ntext season's goods. Now is the time 'to supply yourselves with dry goods, ^ 4* # clothing, furnishing goods, etc., for the rest of the winter with less money than ever before. ^ > . • - # # FOt^ EXAMPLE: <$> $ $10,00 Suits . ; $7.50 $1.00 Blankets 75 wnM 75-cent. Capes 50 cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

. A. K. HAWKES. The Famous Atlanta Optician SEYMOUR. A General Banking Business I ransacted H. P. BRANHAM, Pra.ident JO WOODYEAR. VI...Pr..W t 0. 8. PLANT8, OuM.IV I A The Hems. \ Issued Every Friday by £EO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor, aEYMOUIi - - TEXAS Enterodat the postoHloe.stSeyruoar. Texas Beoourf-clausmail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. Oaeoopy.oneyoar AW' Onocopy,six months z.... 75. Oneoopy, tkroa months 40. taer Invariably in advanoe. If not oaid strictly in pdvanoe, $2.00 for one t ear will be charged. N. W. T. P. mi N. I A. Ex. Com. FRIDAY, JAN. 12,1899. * Br- \ i., «, •• ,( . . ' Boy Shot and Killed. Ernest, the 13-year-old eon of Sidney Moore, 'yeas aocidently shot and instantly killed here Wednesday afternoon in- County Clerk Cooke's yard. Mrs. Moore and Ernest only arrived that, morning from Amarrillo to visit her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Cooke. Ernest and his two nephews, younger than be, had been shoot- ing birds daring the day and had built up a fire in the yard ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

T — ' '« V '•V*.., « * \ T \ L V. I >< \ T k Handsome Christmas 61ft* The increase of the capital of th« National City Bank of New York form $1,000,000 to $10,000,000 will make a nice plum for the' stockhold- ers. Of the $9,000,000 increase, 85 •per cent is to be allotted to the stock- holders pro rata, and paid for by . them at par, and the remaining 15 per cent is to be distributed among the new directors, the recipients of St to pay fyr it $150 per share, of which $50 ^rill be divided among the stockholders, and the other $100 ..paid into the bank. At .the market •price for the present stock of the bank, the $10,000;000 to which the - bonk's capital will be increased will be worth about $310, so that the dis- tribution of 15 per cent of the addi- tional $9,000,000, or, say, $1,350,- 000, among the directors at $150, will work out subtsantially a gift to .them of '$2,100,000. r- j A Faitypns Snako Tower. "Old John Deer, the rattlesnake tamer, of Sullivan county, is dead," sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

< ' W 'v ft V I' 6* I" a \y ffylr . E'< Ifc' 4- "f •jv;< v' ,*• w f ' The Jleuas. \ l nt.uod Ever; Friday b GEO. P. BAflBER., Editoi and Proprietor. - #kvmooi{ - - texah Gntered ut the poAtotfioo, : t Seymour. Texas ^Bcotiii-oiut.ytuuil matter., TERMS OF SUBSORIPT01*. fijuocony, one year .. " >1.50 ■fakne copy., six months s 75. One copy, tkreo months 40. tPST" Invariably in ndvanoe. ft not-pnid strictly in nrivuaee, &£.'M tor one f wx will be charged. wher N. ft'. T. P. mid N. E. i. Ex. Coin. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, !K(S9. BM;1 JL'J ■■■.■u.iLa.-L.-.i'jJ-i-aB Tije Bowie Cross Tirifrbers had eleven announcements last week tar county officers. Tee Nocoua Times bad thir- * iteen announcements la*t week for comity offices. It appears to an observer that U oward, of the Wichita Times, 1*m* his hands fu'l, politically, if Hi<! keeps the municipality of the Fails intact and school district 3SToe. 1 and 22 harmonious, without m>«fng around in the politics of fcis neighbor cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

4w f , X i ' Jm" ' ' j ! j I j <r For Health Use. 3 ♦ Ralston's . Health Food, Grape Nuts, Purina Gluten, Health Flour. * One Cup of. Six Caps Boiling Water. FIVE MINUTES In a Single Boiler. Mfs E tJaVn S! © imm UrALTMClUB JNtWE !i!U* 3 l— - If you have thirty minutes for breakfast you can coo!: Ralston perfectly in fiva minutes and you have twenty-five minutes in which to eat it. Isn't it better than to bolt in five minutes cereals that require twenty-five minutes to prepare. Ralston is made of Gluterean Wheat found i.i on!v one section of the country. Ii is rich in nitrates and phosphates which ^ build up mind and body. F?r sa!; !a 2-Ib. packages by W. K. Lee. T f J. G. Lester, a prominent mer- chant of Lester^ this county, made this office ft pleasant business call Tuesday. Call again. Messrs. Daltou & Britain, law- yers of Seymour, were here this week looking after some legal 'matters.—Haskell Free Press. Take your''-hides, furs, bones, pecans and hogs to R. G. Bennett wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

I Hidden Beaut In Egypt the custom is for Princess' to hide their beauty by coverin the lower part of the face with a vei In America the beauty of many o our women is hidden because of th weakness and sickness pecu- liar to the sex. If the Egypt- tbey combine with others like minded to secnre an increase of salary. This is a matter of inter, est to those who pay all the sala- ries and supply the pickings—the tax payers.—Farm and Ranch. I -I ' \>f' & , ) h & I < m- ■ sufferers would be glad to .cover their ■premature ,wrinkles, their sunkencheeks, their unnealthy complexion, from the eyes of the world with the veil of the Orient. BradM's Female Regulator brings out a woman's true beauty. It makes her strong and well in those organs upon which her whole general health depends. It corrects all men- strual disorders. It stops the drains of Leucorrtfcea. It restores the womb to its proper place. It removes the causes of headache, backache and nervousness. It takes the poor,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

p ,"~x -*<"• !. I I rr / general directory. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. konator 29th Dleiriot, .D. V. Gobs. Representative 104th District,.. .T. II. O. Poery. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DIBTltlCT. 50th District B I. Newtoa. Utoruey Mth District Jo. A. P. Dickson Listriot Clerk J. T. Ran6on COUNTY. bounty Judge Carter Taylor. ■ilioriff and Tax Collector, E. L. Craddook. I'roaaurer, E. A. Ftinoher. bounty Attorney, Ben Glan«ow. lax Assessor, W. H. Fraucis. bounty Clerk J.T. Hanson. Sur*eyor, A. D. Korr. PKECINCT. 'ommiesioner Preo. No. 1, G. P. Barber. L'omuiissionor Prec. No. 2, Chas. Randall. J'ommissioner Prac. No. 3, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, J. E. Morris. p. Precinct No. 1... Joe Wheat. Nonstable Precinct No. 1, Nat Shaw. SEURET ORDERS. I.O.O. F. Roy mom Lodjje No. JJSJ. I. O. O, F., meets every Thursday night. P. K. Taylor. ...NiG. John Albright, V. G. W. A. Bennett, Sec'y. J, W. Daveut>ort Treun. W. A. Bennett, ttoprcacuiativo. LADIES OF 11EBEKAH. Lonanis Lodge, No. 151, Mee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 12 January 1900

. t * - v r '1 [•$ " J § —V &- 1 % A leadii^ Hardware 9 % EsSay JtoSo. firdft CoaaulaeBts. I Jsereby certify thul G. P- Barber. j The brilliant voung proach?* <fa:a| t «wai«M**&®er of praeancs Xal be makes his parochial calls. Bailor coaalj, Tessa, lias «fesyeo siiw, to cultivate an i&c^naint- ttf* following described uriimsJ., to Lacrp triila the development of the *tt: 0 e bay Lorse,! or S rear, oio ;rOTr^r mind*, ihm niter a fashion saboai J4 bands Itigk, whii e 5dje Q , , , , , - - i lab upon his Sunday school marks, nfiforaaaedL L - ~ J Gjt«b under my bj ad tod j _ (ski) waS. f>TaS®&, this Ittli day ol ' m °"ivi? erac,3r,< v"--e wa' Jattdwi teMU- Poison to Be Easily Got. "Suicides by poison are becoming altogether too frequent," says the head of the New York health boar-1 "and I intend to do everything in Honors for Youn? a Scnlpior. Augustus St. Gandens, the emi- nent American sculptor, who has been elected correspondent in the sculpture section of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 19 January 1900

■www—i wmmmm /I i & Vol. 11 No. 10. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1900. Whole No. 530. *%xamjnr «n rmvn f\ r^\ 1-4 1-4, On ail pall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Overcoats, Ladies' Capes, Ete. We take'pleasure in announcing to our friends and customers our many thanks for past favors ^ shown us. We farther announce that we are well pleased with our business in Seymour and that we are ** here to stay. So we now offer you 25 per cent, reduction on all winter goods to move them out before go- ing to market to purchase next season's goods. Now is the time to supply yourselves with dry goods, clothing, furnishing goods, etc,, for the rest of the winter with less money than ever before. *$* ip <$> FOI^ EXAMPLE: A .ft t$7 $1000 Sails $7.50 $1.00 Blankets 75 cents 75cent Capes 50 cents 12J cent Worsted 8j| cents $10.00 Overcoats $7.50 $2 50 Pauts $2,00 $1.25 Capes 90 cents And all other winter goods iu pro- $1.00 Comforts 75 cents $6.00 & $7.00 Cloaks... .$3.00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 19 January 1900

3 P > r. j V T The flews. lMiitd Ever; Friday b> GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SKYMOUI? * - XKXA.8- * Entered at the postoffice. at Seymour. Tex «qooad-clas mail matter. TERM3 OP SUBSORIPTON. One copy, one yenr $1.5f On# copy, six months, ....* One copy, t Urea months 4®. PT Invariably in advance. If not paid strictly in advance, $2.00 for o* year will be charged. N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ei. Cm. A. K. HAWKES. The Famous Atlanta Optician FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1899. will be finished and the examiners arrive in Fort Worth not later than the 10th, when the National Live Stock convention assembles. Then after conferring with the owners of the various ranches interested j they will make up their reports." j When these reports are deliver-, ed to Mr Loving he is expected to | secure the endorsement of Mr. J. i , I B. WilfWKt twad <0sf * tew proui-1 ineat jwurtii** City who iM iSe Ikfttygety iint nested. lie! will Itottn tote* *&.<« w N>w York, f arrttw# iiiii nW 4V®...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 19 January 1900

v<. t n • A Good Record, The record of Evangelist Moody i.« coudenced by tho New York World } h follows: 1837—Born «t Northfield, Mass. 3855—Oonveited in Eoston. 1857—Removed to Chicago and began his career us a revivalist. 18ol—Opened his first mission. 1S(>2—.Married Miss Rones one of his associates. ]Ht)5—'-established bis first tab- truiM'le, Chicago. 1371—His church was destroy- ed by lire- ]874—Began his thirty-fourth j 'jar'is tour as a revivalist with Ira I). Srt/tkcy. l«7fl—Extended bis work to Eugland and Dcotland. 1808—Held his first meeting at New York. 1898—Conducted evangelical meeting1;) in Colorado. 18!);)—Taken ill at Kansis City. Tinveled o50,000 miles. Preached 170.000 sermons. Preached to 7,000,000 people (a personal estimate.) Tha Parccls Post. Some cf the advocates of the cheap parcels post system seem to find great caur.e for rejoicing ia the fact if wo get cheaper postage it will be a body blow against the express com- panies, The express companies have...

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