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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

file %enmour Hen>5. i) H G. P. BARBER, Pulishsr. mm II SlN SALVADOR SEYMOUR, - - It doesn't fatten a hungry man to make him laugh. Positive, bet; comparative, bettor; superlative, better not. What some people don't know they are always talking about. The best efforts of the chalrmaker are continually being sat upon. The man "who has to struggle for a living acquires a superior education. The liquor question staggers the intemperate man more than any other. All things might come to the man who waits if starvation didn't get there first. • Political economy 1b the art of get- ting the most votes for the least money.. A woman should never try to bang her hair by igniting the powder on her face. The widow's husband has been bur- ied, but the husband of the grass wid- ow has merely been mislaid. It's sometimes difficult for a girl to find her ideal man, but she's nearly al- ways willing to accept a substitute. In case the Oregon and the Iowa can't go to Manila, Sagasta ought to give b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

serious uam- housands die! orders, wb' ' hey resort* Utters. It for stoma< eprcsent y« oo. 1 be pleased .1 reacted dUea euro in all s Catarrh Cu known to t n? a constit itutional tres iken internal nd muc-ovis si destroying t vin={ the patit >nst;tution a ork. I he pi s curative po d Dol lars iend for list CO., Toledo, ir conscier ONE DA* Tablets, it fails to cr on each tab Baltimore d plans, a let the c< )0 in-bou e. The n lcog, 42 f It will oci n-bound s street, 1 streets. 1 cold ston id the up] torage wa 11 be loac s under c> rranged tl unloaded and Mr. Spriggs Spriggs sent me to you. Mr. is going to Europe or he would ~ rto-hf Imakes raw |Every lining llungs. I throat way. 1st and ice to some id you taethe rt: the : throat i I weak- ; |disap- r- lit for« con- i short V' |delay. *;• Pec-' f' til fce: •. it per-T Icoagh. teior.l long ex-1 ■" n> for. Writ* ( four esse. : knee has > Iral. Voa • without fER. ell, Mass.. I bs ie Id- ^n- t Ms.Thc theb Irvesi j [v, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

Is some of my typewriting, and iago as a yOUng la^>er • The Scleicher county range is report- a letter that will show my style nansbip." n. Your typewriting looks all but your handwriting seems rawly and' irregular." I know it doesn't look veyy , but, you see, Mr. Spriggs ir__ _ my hand all the time I T j here ever since. At the breikine o r nf the lfste war ! -- ! wit coJ ed as being as good as could be desired anything except make a living. > ^ vo 11 ii vrotct ttot ttto vJULUL Ui xjj . cf Colorado. | Liver Pills. I The Rev. tv Ti a a n«wwnm n- New Electric Lamp. entor has produced ant ip. The handle of ' an incandescent 1? which are conn- f a battery. T :ircular cham* fluid. Whf lamp the • is incli- •lins cor A it or an iews Supplement •i .V c-cep Cewbud do whe lent rin Oletiir linny! han< •Vil nthebw >it, Mich.,is spell of «if* not kg. Irrt nk Titia j and I b< trcngth. I or to but TIMETABLE. WICHITA VALLEY RAILWAY. Arrives 5:45 p. m. Leaves, 8;40 a. m. L. P. Davids...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

"stOv F 8or f n * CATTLE AND CROPS. DEVIOUS DEFINITIONS. Each Relieved of Periodic Pain and Backache Trio of Fervent Letters. Uk*tNMula.' • Rieaas are great consumers •f lemonade, and In the Island this ■overag® takes the place of the beer of Germany, whisky of the United States and ale and stout of old Eng- land. Everybody drinks lemonade at almost every meal, and limes are used In the decoction with the most refresh- ing and pleasant results. There is lit- tle or no ice in the island, and lemon- ado is a necessity, for the citric acid of the lime does not require ico to make a Palatable beverage, and in a pinch It can be used without water to quench thirst, and with gratifying results, too. Activity of Tssavias. Much anxiety ha* been caused in Naples by the renewed activity of Mount Vesuvius. There is little likeli- hood that it will do any serious dam- age. On the other hand thousands die from stomach disorders, who might have survived had they resorted to Hostetter's Stomach Bit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 November 1898

—J Issued Eitrj Friilaj by GEO. P. 3ARBED, Eciitoi and Proprietor. ikymoui^ . . texas FRIDAY, NOV. 18, LSlJ8. tntcreH at the p«Jtoi?ice, at 6eymour. Texas **coiai~cl&ab uicil mutter. The New3 wishes t congratu- late Bird Thorp npon Iris ku« cess in the race lor county judge of Throckmorton county ami hopes that he may ever prove worthv of the trnst reposed .u him by ibe 1 ecple of that coanty. ROVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum. baking powders are the greatest ers to health of the present day. Alum menacers ROYW. BAXIM3 POWDER CO.. HEW YORK. The News wishes to return its thanks to the people of Throck- morton, Knox and to its own dear Baylor for the many congratula- tions they have showered upon it for the past two weeks. It hopes to continue to merit the same in the future. Albert Barkley, editor of the Foard county News, and formerly with the Seymour News in 1890, was elected, tax assessor at the el- ection on Nov. 8. The News ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 November 1898

*r- y J v r Wt A Senmottr Vol. 10 No. 3 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1898. Whole No. 471. This is no removal sale- I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and I am here to stay. I am just simply going to quit handling CLOTHING aoid de- vote my attention more extensively to DRESS GOODS and SHOES. >$$$ <$ $<£ $ $ l|l l$l $ l|l l|l 1$1 l|l ||j tft i|l i$ $ tfr $ l$l I$1 l|l I$1 l$l 1$ || ||| $ I$1 $ |l «$1 l|l t|l *| i$l l|l t$i «$1 i|l |l l| $11$ l$l l$l i| I$1 |i l|l $ l|l i%i $ Going out of the Clothing Business! Am going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at :t Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, tlie Newest Goods, the^Latest Styles ^ If you expect to buy a suit, overcoat or pair of pants this season, NOW is the time, and My Stored # the place. Here's the way I'll slash prices : 1h place, nere s tne way i ll si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 November 1898

S^Y r i&i * \ ,< ' * ".v -'" y ■-■ THE NEWS, SEYMOUP, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25,1898. V, The Hetus. iwu<-t< Evprj Krirtaj bj geo. p. barber, Editoi unci Proprietor. 3RYMOTII? . . TBXA. Koterwlnt thft pomo'Hre,at S^ymoar. Teia a-tcoatJ-clRFs'mai 1 mattf-x. I ? TIMETABLE. WICHITA valley railway. Arrives 5:45 p.m. Leaves,8U0 o. m. L. F. Davidson, Agt. . COURT C03TEXK3. .Hiatriet Court 30th Judicial district May and (November, 1S93. County Court third Monday in Jan., March, • "" (May, July. Sept., Nov. Commissioners Ck>nrt 2nd Monday in Feb., May. (An?., and Nor. Justice Conrt Precinct No. I, last Monday in (eTery mouth. tertvts of subscripton. o \ e copy, one yoar l.5C tine Topj, six months z • 75. One -; py,t!<ree months 4U. t3y~ Invariably in ndvancp. If not naid strictly in advance, $-.00 for one year will be charged. X. W. T. P. aid N. E. A. Ex. Cos FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 18<*8. To the Press of R. W. Texas: You will confer a personal favor on the News by aid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 November 1898

THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1595. 3. Capt. Weatherly was here the fore- Ipart of this week. Bud Ratliff was here I business. ' Tuesday cn B. D. Goree made a business [ to Benjamin this week. Geo. Martin, of King- county here lost Friday on business. trip was Buggy. harness and at Lyfch's. J. T. Montgomery spent here attending district court. H. G Baddies, all 46tf Monday Bedford of here this week. Benjamin was Eureka and cotton diaper cloths fit D. I. Branham's. It3. A. Xcwby, of here Saturday, Wichita Falls was Don't forget the big Cost Sale on Clothing at D. 1. Branham's. Sol Coy is now conductor of the TLrockiEortou mail line. Golden Wedding. On the#30th day of this month, should they liye that long, Col. and Mrs. Tom Arnett will celebrate their golden weddiug. Already great pre- parations are being made aud many of their relatives from many parts of the world, together with the minister, who performed the ceremony, Key. W. D. Wear, will be present. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 November 1898

I £ > « -3^' 1 v- •w / \) I ■ * K & ' 7 THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1898. ■£; ' - t «5 . ji?" 1 * — *. 1 V.)' dHi Cattle Quarantine Proclamation. Austin, Tex., Nov. 14.—The procla- mation of Gov. Culberson prescribing the rales and regulations governing the shipment of cattle for the ensuing fear. These rules and regulations •re very important to the cattle inter esta of the state, a uumber of changes having been made as to the crossing of eattle over the established quaran- tine line. The proclamation in full is as follows: Whereas ihi live st>ck sanitary commission of the state of Texas ou the 10th day of November, 1898, pass- ed the following rules and regula tions: "1. The live stock sanitary com- - mission of Texas has ascertained that cattle located in that certain area of territory situated south aiid east of the quarautiue line hereinafter des cribed are liable to cominuuicate a rontageous and infectious disease known as southern or spleue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 December 1898

?f y * Ips/*1 I i & Vol. 10 No. 4 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1898. Whole No. 472. This is no removal sale- I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and I am liere to stay. |}I am just simply i |going to quit handling IjCLOTHINiS- and de- i vote my attention : more extensively to I DRESS GOODS and ! SHOES. i| i$i i$i ifr i|i i|i i|i i|i i|i i|i i|n|i i*i $ i$ «fr Going out of the Clothing Business! ^ Am going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in^ Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at Tfee Biggest stock, the Mewest Goods, the Latest Styles I Actual Cost. ^ If you expect to buy a suit, overcoat or pair of pants this season, NOW is the time^ and My Storfe^j re the place. Here's the way I'll slash prices : jh Mens' (4 U il All wool $5 50 10.00 " 15 00 " 20.00 Suits this sale (ft fcfc tt (ft u $3 00. 6 75. 9.75. 15.15. & ❖ * Bovs' All wool $1.00 " 6.0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 December 1898

v.: 2. THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2,1898. The Hews. toMMMt e^ffj Prtttes Vl G^O. P. BARBER, Edkoi and Proprietor. iWTMOUl? . i TEXAS ficator X. W. T. P. and S. E. A. El Cob to be used for the benefit of the urge landholders either resi- dent or non-resident, you are np against it and are sure to be de- feated. Consequently we con- clude that the only safe propo- sition we can place before the people for their approval will If 4 If i [>5e rS FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1898. About Cripple Creek. Tii the summer of 1891 Cripple Creek was a cattle ranch, wit bout roads or paths or trails. It was diffi- cult of access and without houses. Since the date of the finding of the first gold Cripple Creek has become h fact. It is eOw connected with the great transcontinental railroad liues 1 m .*-i A TIE PRAIRIE DOG. In last week's Dispatch we published a clipping from our esteemed contemporary, the Seymour News, calling atten- tion to the necessity of doing something to get rid o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 December 1898

Shall we have a Christmas tree this Christmas? Mayoi C. O. Joline, of Wichita i. Falls, wus here this week on business If * . Glass and tin ware for sale by Lykch. tf 46 Wade Cryer is a new subscriber to the Nvws and has it sent to Dian- tha, H J. A. Stevens, a prominent lawyer of Benjamin, was here yesterday on business. I? Ab Benedict, of Knox county, shipped a car load of horses Monday to Mississippi. Boggy, harness and saddles, all at Ltocb's. 46tf ©. D. Goostree and Harry Steed are out on the Wichita this week hunting. P. M. Burnett, a prominent cow- man of Benjamin, was doing busi- ness here yesterday. Christmas will soon ..be here and Seymour should not fail to have a tree Christmas eve night. J. H. Herring, a prominent cow- man of Throckmorton, was here yes- terday oh business. Heating, cook and air tight •toves for sale by Lyhch. V Chess Tackitt, a leading merchant of Guthrie, was here Wednesday purchasing goods for his store. Chesser, of Wichita Falls, was here this week l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 2 December 1898

<: • • H THE NEWS, SEYMOUR/BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2,1898. I I * >1 N Brotherly Kindaess. Written and road by Mrs. J. E. Mc- Couwll before tho Baptist Youug People'* Uuion of Vernon. We have an earnest admonition to add to our faith virtue, and to virtue knowledge, and to knowledge tem- 5'oruuce, ami lo temperance patience, and to patience G^lliness, and to uodliiiess brotherly kiuduess, and to brotherly kindness charity. We are told in plain and emphfttic I-iiiguage which cannot be misunder- stood, that if these things be, and abound iir you. they make you. that ye shall neither be barren nor un- fruitful. But he that lacketh these things is blind, and cannot see afar off. These are sublime words, and ware uttered by a magnetic writer, and opens up to the human mind a vast field for thought. How little do we realize the import of these mighty words from the great apostle aud what s worid of meaning con- veyed in the two words, "Brotherly Kindness?" I am wholly incompet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 December 1898

t. cmnour Vol. 10 N©„ 5 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1898. Whole K0.473. li This is no removal sale. I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and I am here to stay. I am just simply going to quit handling CLOTHING- and de- vote my attention more extensively to DRESS GOODS and SHOES. i$i i| $nft <$> «$> i|> i|i '|> $ (ft <j) «$i i| "I1 ^ 'I11 Going out of the Clothing Business! 1^*1 ^ ^ Am going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in4 Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at - Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, the Newest Goods, the Latest Styles £ If you expect to buy a suit, overcoat or pair of pants this season, NOW is the time, and My Store4 the place. Here's the way I'll slash prices : ^ qCiaCi3CiaC a!niilWBgmitni3l7r3K?3ISWwwu vinr«JmiJtnrlCiPuipitf|piggggggidttft!iej^flei5£5353555^5^ •A- Mens' Allwool $5 50 Suits this sale $3 00. Bovs' ■&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 December 1898

THE NtWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 9,1898. The fleucis. -V . c ®ve jr Friday by '• GEO. P. BARBER, ' Editoi aud Proprietor. <*BYMOUI{ .. . - .- TEXAH Cntw«ditthi pwtofio*, at 8*}n«ot.Tuii Xnbn H. V. T. P. ul S. K. i ElCm FRIDAY, DEC. 9,1898. The Vernon Globe, on® of thebest papers in this part of the state, has passed Us fourth mile post and starts in on the fifth with bright, prospects for the future. REPORT OP THE CONDITION •I Tbe Fint irailnul Buk of Sey- mour, at Seymour, In the state of ***■■ M tke Close of Buitaeu, Dec. 1st, 1898. buodbcxs. Loans and discounts 179,825 61 Overdraft*, secured and nwwmmfli. 9,837 58 0- 8. Bonds ta secure circulation. 12,900 00 Stocks, securities etc, „.. 1,088 00 Ban kim-houte,farni tare and flxiaree 16,000 00 Other res) estate and mortgages owned 8,841 34 Dae from National Banks (not reeerre agents) 18,510 57 Due from approved reserve agents 11,69* 31 Checks and other cash items Its 05 Notes of other National Banks, 40 00 Fract...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 December 1898

■■TV THE NEWS, SEYMOUR.BflrLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, DECEMBER 9, 1S98. O. J. Ingham, who is ever ready to aid the newsgatherer of the News, banded in a nice batch of items this week, which act is high- ly appreciated by the News. If everybody wonld be this kind we could give you the finest local pa- per every week, in the state and why won't other people do the aamef Is a question this writer cannot answer. king of the city ,B. P. Davie, the cow Throckmorton, was in yesterday on business. Harry-J. Ingham accompanied by bis sister Mrs. W. 8. Vaughan came In Tnesday night fiom the Panhandle on a visit to relatives and fiends „bere Mrs. Yaugban will stay about two weeks and Harry will stay until after the holidays.' Prof. J. H. Ojflesbv, with Mm. Offlesby as assistant, will teach the school at Munday this year. Mrs. Oglesby applied for a second grade certificate and stood an excellent ex- amination therefor.—Benjamin Ke- pceter. : • The Oanton (on e) disc plbW cut more than any single disesol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 9 December 1898

V L THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 9,1898. Cattle Dipping Not T<®88 Stock aud Fa: iij Journal has n.*v r full justified iu advising its reader* to dip tlieir rati le iu the so latiou required by the general gov- ernment. Ihe Journal has watohod the experiments aloug lhi.i liua vjrv closely aud has hoped that the? might prove successful, but, as above stated, has never felt justified with the fights before it, iu reccm neudiug the dipping vats. Recent develop- ments have proven that the solution now being used, while effective iu killing the ticks, also often kills the cattle aud iu uearly every instance at least does them considerubln damage. Mr. John Scharbauer, a prominent and reliable cattleman of Fort Worth, who owns several large rauches iu the vicinitv of Midland, iu a letter to ihe Journal, says: "1 see by the pa pers that they are trying to make it appear that the cattle that were (lipped for me were a veij unhealthy lot and that the dipping was a sun c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 December 1898

Vol. 10 No. 0 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEO. 16, 1898. Whole No. 474. This is no removal sale. I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and I ain here to stay. I am just simply going to quit handling CLOTHING- and de- vote my attention more extensively to DRESS GOODS and SHOES. & <► o H ► <► o i¥ o Going out of the Clothing Business! Am going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved- every ready-to-wear garment Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, the Newest Goods, the Latest Styles If you expect to buy ajsuit,* overcoat or pair of pants this reason, NOW is the time, and My the place. ' Here's the way I'll'slash prices : Mens' Allwool $5.50 Suits this tale $3 00. 44 " 10.00 «« « « 6.75. " " 15 00 *' 44 44 9.75 44 44 20.00 44 44 " 15.15. Boys' Allwool $4.00 Suits this sale $2.60. t4 44 6.00 44 44 « 4.25. " 44 8.00 44 44 « 5.45. Cbiidrens' knee pant $1.25...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 December 1898

THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 16.1893. The flews. lamed Every tridu •>! GEO, P. BARBER, ;'s: Udltoi and Proprietor. ' i TBXAIS fatmdct the poitotfie*, sttjeymoui. Texas aeeoad glass mail matter. M W K W.T.P.JN.E.1 EX. GCB FRIDAY, DEC. 16, 1898. The senate and house of Tex- as should be reduced, by an amendment to the constitution, to 15 and 30 and give them $10 per day without mileage, and a limit of 60 days for the teim. sBaaesBfiasgfflsassB |gma^5BgiBII5WMllg3gainS6 3gSfonw:!>>Gg3Sn!G Culled by the News' Editor. ' :r > LOVE LETTER K' Maj. Gen. Brooke has been chosen military governor of Cuba and is now in full control. The riot continues in Havana. President McKiuley bas written a proclamation to the Filipinos. It does not hint an independent government, but asks the Filipi* nos to accept the absolute sover- eignty of the United States. Col. Bryan has resigned and bid farewell to the third Nebraska regiment and has already spoken to the people anent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 December 1898

r*?- tM I msttm / THE NEWS, SEYMOUR, BAYiOR COUNTY, TEXftSr DECEMBER 13, 18S8. ?' Call of Thanks. ©- C. Robertson* and daughter, [Mv, take this method of thanking their many friends who so kindly as- sisted in taking care of Nina daring her long sickness. May the Lord re- ward yon for we can't. •Seymour, Texas. Dec. 12th, 1898. Christmas Tree. Committees from the Christian and Methodist Sunday schools met at the Christian chureh at 3 o'clock, p. Ha., Monday, Decern ber 12th, and decided to have a Christmas tree at the Christian chureh, Saturday, December 24tb, at 7:15, p. in. We recommend that (ho pastors of these churches take a -special collection Sunday night, Decem- ber 18th, to boy . presents for the poor of the - town, take charge of and appropriate the same. The following cpmjiiilfcegB Jrera appointed,^ * Committee to secure the tree: E- A. Sanson, S. A. Kiliion. Committee to ereot the ^ tree : J. W. Davenport, Fifnk Pieree. Committee on decoration: Mrs. Easley, Mrs. Craddock...

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