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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 April 1900

"V \ \ \ ■.t \ jT/X V \ } % ■5 M if f'fi iff $ JS fe & !| 1 Flf ' I t'lfc ^NR n m M All Aboeircl This train groes to Prosperity via the bargain route IP a gfirl is in Love, that's tier business ! IF a man is in Love, that's t|is business ! IF th.ey gret nciarried, it's our business to furnish, their homes with ttje best FURNITURE We have just what you are looking for in Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Side Boards, Center and Extension Tables At prices that are but a soft touch on the contents of your purse. Ipdueemepts To tt|ose who are about Starting in Housekeep- Jrjg to buy all of ttjeir Furnishing;© of us. V V> * • "% r^lJ' ^ • We make a specialty of these r oloirvg Deas * and will suit your ideas ex This is Headquarters for WALLPAPER A11 of the latest effects in Glimmers, Flit- ters, Ingrains, and Damasks. Don't pa- per until we have a chance to figure on your work. SEYMOUR, TEXAS. I Shipment pf Hides. In Florida farmers are learning to take...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

7 « V' 4 S j\ -J.' 5vSVSV2V2V2V2VTV®V2*^V2^I| " ,4t; v-3 vft .) p I fcV ,1 k U' monr Wetfty! .- " ■' ids JVIank- | Vol. 11 No. 24. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, APRIL 27,1900. Whoi ond Uiith | A A i*i?i A A A A A A A *K A A A A A ♦« A A A A A ^ 10 ^ 3 • x* ty IT" >xl TJTVJJ IT| "A," IXI ITT 1^11T> xf f(r« TT1 IT I ITilTriyiTy Superior (jood5 at popular prie^s. we han- 2 TT1 ■M M > M >> > 'ifyi1 Tti ese Popular Price© arc Pound a,t A. LgVinson's Where a. Complete Line of Up-to-Date Goods Can be Seen ! 121c double width dress muslin 8Jc 10c " " percale 8c 25c " " corded Madras 15c 15c Piques in red, blue, pink, white or stripes 10c Covert cloth worth 16§c for 12c Fine French organdiws worth 15c for 10c 25c grade organdy and organdy cordau now 15c and 18c Corded zephyrs worth 12J-0 at 8$c Nice figured lawns from 4c up All staudard prints, including Indigo blues Turkey reds and fancy staples at 5c Yard wide brown domestic at 5c & ❖ ❖ 4* 4> * ❖ ❖ Yard wide b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

i *rh\: Yr > \ I I I ! I i H i .1 I [ t i I ! :t St 1-1 I \ j r- i \ )ymoQr,lexat RIPTON ANP advance, :vnncB, S2.00 for one PHIL 27, 1900. The Alamo. The picture of the Alamo, on our first page, regardless of its merit as a work of art, recalls au event iu Texas history uusurpassed iu heroism in the annals of the world. Travis and his little baud .of Texans were sur- prised at San Antonio by the Mexi- can army under Santa Anna, and re- tired to the Alamo, a Catholic mis- sion, with its unfinished church, its walled court, chapel, vestry and stockade. On March 24th, 1836, Travis sent uu appeal to his people for assistance, and declariug that he and his men would never surrender or retreat. The Mexican general, backed by an overwhelming force, demanded a surrender, which was answered by a cannon shot from the Alamo. Santa Anna prepared for the assault b1^ forming his infantry m four columns and posting his cav- alry in such manner as to cut off any who miijht attempt to escape. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

/• 1 V; *?•> / "2v2vSVSv3^2v2v2y5^2v®v2vT| ^•0- 4 \: lYOU'BE FAIRLY WELL POSTED.; . . \ 9 p i / \ H ow Meiny of Tl] 6v50 C^LlGSti Ceir| You Answer? ;ty! ods JWaPk- ond uuith -'ices. we han- ? 1. What opisode at a critical point in tho battle of Sau Juan Hill turned the doubtful result into certain vic- tory for the Americans? 2. By what easy suggestion did the arch become an element in archi- tecture? 3. What financial operation of the Cuban Junta contributed largely to bring on the Spanish-American war? •1. What group of philosophers contributed most to the emancipa- tion of the humau raoe, and how? 5. How long after the Pilgrims did the printing press come to Amer- ica? 6. What people bslieved that men aud animals were first created by mixing the blood of the gods with tho earth? 7. Who wrote a book one hun- dred and fortv years before Colum- bus set sail, claiming that "the laud and the sea are of round shape aud figure," and that "one might with vessel sail around the world, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

V^—V'V .. i'ai.f V ym.? *■ HPr*" r $ ,i "i I SI ri .1 i it j 1! I I I: Si .h ! b tl i 1 I. ■A $ 11 I' \ ' I *! ' ■ ♦ \ \,t * SA ,? \ (^ost - (^ost I - <?o$t! f Dry Goods at Cost for Cash only. As we have decided that our stock is entirely too large and we are going: to cut it% # Half-in-Two MFthe next 30 jil offer our immense stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ladies and Gent's Furnishing goods and Carpets for Actual Cost and Carriage , t by experienced buyers and at Lowest prices. Our stock is one of the largest and bestselected in the and we offer unprecedented bargains in all the several departments. This is no CATCH but a strictly cost sale to reduce our stook, so come early and get your Spring Dry Goods etc- before the stock is picked over and broken. Also bear in mind that while we are not going to sell our Hardware and Furniture at cost, we carry the largest and best selected stock of these goods to be found in "West Texas. Have just un- loaded one car of Furniture, will re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

I Worthy There are three grades of window glass. We handle the best exclusively, even though we might make a better profit on the cheaper grades. window \ The best, or "a." grade, is made from selected materials. It is carefully annealed and of uniform knees. It is tougher, clearer, and praotioally free from wave lines, air cells, cloudy spots, etc. No one can get better glass than that we sell; no one sells glass for less. The first grade is commonly sold for more than we ask; tbe poorer grades are usually sold for as much. WE'LL OUT THE GLASS TO . .ANY SIZE YOU DESIRE.. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. > I— I I I IIIIIIIII1BB )l|imnnmnt,„w„| MOVED I wish to inform my friends and custom'rs that I am now in my new quarters first door south S.Edwards where I will be pleas- ed to have you call when in need of any- thing in a first-class Grocery Store Respectfully, W. R. Lee Constable Nat P. Shaw returned ^Ttteaday morning from Throofc- tnorton having in charge J. J. and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

..." f . . p " Sffc:* 4 > I S '! MM I, }• h 4 I I \' • \ ( NON-O-WAH. A Folk-Lore Story of the Early Days of Texas. Mlty WHITTEN FOB THE FOARD OOl'NTY NEWS BV SIRS, ANTOINETTE MEAhON. N the bank* of the Colorado '(m River, many years ago, Ptood " a rati oil house of those day a, conjBietiug of two rude cabins with a hall between, roofed with stakes, 4 while the joints above were used as a lumber loft for the protection of various articles of husbandry. I,n the hall sat a pretty, dark ♦yed, young woman smoking a pipp, while a tuddy boy played at lier feet. Upon the doorstep op positc sat an Indian. llis giant «izt>, light color, and dress—half Jlexican, half savage—pronounc- ed him a Navajoe. He was watch- ing a pretty, blue-eyed, golden- haired girl of, perhaps, four sum- jviers, who was examining a red- bird which he bad killed and given to hej; when the boy, with screams of temper,•snatched it awav. This naturally being resented caused the, woman to give little Mary a goijft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

L DIRECTORY. ^jfFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 20th District, D. F. Goss. Kepreasntativ# JlMth Pictrict,.. T. II. 0 Poery. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Jndg# 50th District, 8 I. Newton. Attorney 60th District Jo. A. P. Di$k«on District Clerk, J. T. Bauson COUNTY. County Judge Corter Taylor. tiberlif and Tax Collector .E. L. Oratldoek. Treasurer, 13. A. Fancher County Attorney Hen Glasgow TJax Assessor, W. IX. Francis Connty Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyor, A. D. Korr PUECINCT. Commissioner Prec. No. 1, G. P. Ilarber. Commissioner-Prec. No. 3, Ohus. Handull. Commissioner Prec. No. y, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Proc. No. 4 J. E. Morris. J. P. Precinct No. 1 Joe Wheat. Constable Precinct No. 1, Nat Shaw. SEURET ORDERS. I. 0.0. F. Scymom Lodge No. I. O. 0, F., meetB every Thursday night. P. N. Taylor, N. G, John Albright, V. G, W. A. ISeuiKitt, Soc'y J. W. Puv«n>ort, Treas. VV. A. liennctt 1'opreHeututive LADIES OF llEREKAH. Lonnnis iiodge, No. 15J, Meets second and fourth Tuesday nights in ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 April 1900

/ J* r rm 1> i 15® j#1 i- K ^ | |sfes$ v I •? vv I/'^r |,'. ti- This trail* jroes to Prosperity via t&e toargrair* route IF a girl is in Love, that's tier business f IF a man is in Love, that's bis business ! IF th.ey get married* it's pur business to furnish, their homes with the best We V ' ' ■ s € mm V ... V.: / • N i'-'" "':i : I f ■ Hi HR km, in have just what you are looking for in JLounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, BoardsCenter and Extension Tables At prices that are but a soft touch on the contents of vour purse. Elww'wfi^lrr JW. V v •'•^vL^wKvl j ;j ' '•.l' v. ,^= s'■'■■■ • ■' ' 1 :■ : ' ' ' ' '•> ';'v '. . ' .. * ; '' ■' ' -.1 kf-: * f&i't •■ V /:•. ;* Sjgfe* ' RBI i . \v ! '$Mr 1' - 4 i :• | {$&■/, ■ ■♦■■■vvi-V-i f ^ I".. !, •• ,■ i ; )"&' SI' ' ■ * .« frm tttose who axe about m *. "iir V;' . : ( '*• % i ** • 1 "i >■ ' t- ■: ■ •' ■> ' ' ;*• rSyf«- ♦ • • • .'■{■i.4 V "'>P ' to buy "i jM| f 11 si i f| ■ n, ji $s$ygf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

Vol, 11 No. 25. tes SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900. m Whole No. 545. * . * w up^rior (Jood^ at popular prie<^s. "**r< 'ivvyi'wvj1 fwr n>Tn>i>> pi WW axe Pound at A. Levinson's Where a, Complete Line of Up-to-Date Goods Can be Seen I i'f i'y O 4, ^ * *£$*■ --$■ '<> i'f 7 & .'# 121c doul^e width dress muslih S.^o 10c " v " percale 8c l%2oc ." " corded Madras....... .15c 15c Piques in rod, blue, pink, white or stripes..... ..*. 10c Covert cloth worth 16§e for 12c Fine French orpwdie3 worth 15c for lOc 25c grade organdy and organdy cordau now ... 15u and ISo Corded zephyrs worth 12|o at S£c Nice figured lawns from 4c up All Ktaudard prints, including Iudigo blues , Turkey rods and fancy staples at 5c Yard.jvide brown domestic at. 5c Yard Wide bleach domostic at.. ••<•(••••*iDC Special sale on ladies ready made under wear. Vests'eaehv 5c up Corset covers at 25o Ladies while underskirts trimmed in lace or embroidery 65c to $1.50 Colored skirt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

L The fiecus. Issued Btirjr Friday b GEO. P. BARBER, Editor and Proprietor. HKYMOUB( - • TKXAS Burdette and His Bicycle. Bod Burdette got his bicycle I out one moonlight night and I this is how he tells what hap | pened: I held him by the withers I right in the middle of the road, Entered at thspoatofflct. it Sejnmrar.TMM mounted without assistance. second-class mail matter. I dismounted in the same in- [ dependent manner. Got on again and proceeded to break him to saddle. Did I ride the first time? Well, say! People had told me—liars of I Mealier N. W. T. P. u4 N. E. JL it Cts.1"1,1 a8els-tih t I fall if when I felt I was falling I[ KLONDIKE EASLEY, THE BARBER, .... And Manufacturer of.... ' "Eael^y'e Crou/er." Is still doing business at the old stand on the north side of the square opposite court house. Seymour, : : ; 'I'exas. TERMS OF 8UBSORIFTON.,. Onecopy.one year |i.W Oneoopy.aixmonths, ....* "• Oneoopy, tUrec montha tt- |3T Invariably in adranca. If not paid strictly in advan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

i | WMMf'. Witl'v,; 'Y- /*+.rr #|f£ tfs ®r8 ■ •v a; M Sjsgjj Word-Saving poem, by a School Girl. Home Oooks bake with cottonleue, , " lard; " " use no grease lit all Bat their crust is mighty bard. Borne men chew thin plnjptobaoco, " " " the ta«. " " never work their Jaw Except to chew the rag. Borne men pat their adB in the papers, " •• " them on the fence. • " " never adrortise. Who ought to have more Bonse. -Tit-Bits. The Royal Cock Crower. One of H e officials of tbe British fourt whose duties begaia a«d ended with Leut \ as the king's co ?k crower. So far as is known, the office never has been ubjliehed. As late as the time of George IV the king's cock crower performed his duties, but of late nothing has been heard of him. It is possible that the hours are still marked to Victoria at this season by the voice of the court crower, but even euch a well known man as Sir Walter Besant does uot seem to be sure, for he writes: "Why did the king require a cock crower? .And why could no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

Cost - C^ost I - <\0$t! $30,000 stock of Dry Goods at Cost for Cash only. As we have decided that our stock is entirely too largo and e are going to cut it W1 Therefore for the next 30 days we will offer our immense stock of Dry Goods, Eoots, Shoes, Ladie^ and Gent s Furnishing goodo c*nd Carpets for © i *«■ I I I, >; ■ p I k R. j'i .. Bought by experienced buyers and at Lowest prices. Our stock is one of the largest and bestseleotedin the west and we offer unprecedented bargains in all the several departments. This is no CATCH but a strictly bonafide cost sale to reduce our stock, so '(5Srae early and get your Spring Dry G-oods etc. before_tne stock is picked over and broken. Also bear in mind that while we are not going to sell our Hardware and Furniture at cost, we carry the largest and best selected stock ol these goods to be found in West Texas. Have just un- loaded one car of Furniture, will receive another in a few days and. will meet all competitition from Montgom- nis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

■f [ • • m'"1 ' m /Ml (buffi ' f-Vf • ,l> < ! The F" oiiritedn's Music. The gentle "sizs'' of our lively soda is a musical sound to those who have enjoyed the delicious drinks we serve. We can't say our soda is any better this year than last—it's hard to improve on perfection?—but wo do know that we shall use the pure&t and linest materials that money can buy, and shall omit no effort that might make these most delightful beverages more delicious still. * COMB AND TRY OUR SODA— . .COME SOON AND OFTEN... * THE" BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. nymmn.'vr.1. ijw. VNIY^JUt Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on W. R. Lee. We carry in connec- tion a complete line of Glass and Q/aeens- ■ware, Tin and Gran- iteware, a nice and well assorted line ol Cutlery. We are ex- clusive agents for the celebrated Whits Stab Coffee-the best on earth. We carry a complete line of Screen Doors and Seroen Wire .find will fcvll them cheap as you can get. thern. Cow Boys Reun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

.« w * *-N> *-•*■**% \ V ^ 4t | 1 "I « M 4-Ste^ «.<✓ ■ ■Vt/ I j/W J" :$ i :>i" A I'." v I ' /'I' • ;Jt' V % 4 i ¥. *V „.T/<v The Use of tlie Divining Rod In tfcs Seared for Water. At last the divining rdfc is to l>e scientifically investigated. A commission has been appoint ed in France to study all ap- paratus and methods employ- ed by sorcerers, water seers, and wizards, who use the divin- ing rod, mineral rod, exploring pendulums, dydroscopic com- passes, and the other intru- ments which go by a host of o;her fanciful names. The French engineer, M. Brothier de Rolliere, is the president of the commission. He will pro- • cure divining rods of all kinds, including books, reviews, jour- nals, reports of experiments, together with the names and addresres of the inventors of v the alleged devices. All the facts and documents may be sent to M. de Rolliere, care of Cosmos, 8 Rue Francois Pre- mier, Paris France. It is to be hoped that the findings of this commission will,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

■1^- ■>?«•<... " ^ * •« t v. J V s- «a yist ^w; n' general directory. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 29th DU'rict D. F. Goea. BepresentatUe 104th District,...T. H. C.Peery. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DI8T1UOT. jndgw40th District, 8 I. Nawton. Attorney 50th District, Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clerk, J. T. Hanson COUNTY. County Judge, Cnrtor Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, E. L. Craddock. Treasurer, -K. A. Fanchor County Attorney Ben Glasgow Tax Assessor, W. H. Francis Connty Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyor, A. D. Kerr PRECINCT. Commissioner Prec. No. 1, G. P. Barber. Commissioner Preo. No. 2, Chas. Hundall. Commissioner Prec. No. 3, .T. W. Parker, Commissioner Prec. No. 4, J. E. Morris. j. P. Precinct No. 1 l...\ Joe Wheat. Constable Precinct No. 1, Nat Shaw. SECRET ORDERS. I. O.O. if. fleymom Lodge No. 853, I. O. O, F., meets •very Thursday night, P. N. Taylor, N. G. John Albright, V. G. - W. A. Bennett 8ec'y J, W. Davenport,.., ;..Treas. W. A. Konnett, ... . Representative LADIES OF REBE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 4 May 1900

s-m T ■ '*>*■ Tir -dp- v.. 4 K i ' I r i f •5 i -4 I K #5jr *5 Tills train: goesto Prosperity via tlae bargrain route IF a gfirl is in Love, tliat's tier business ! • IF a man is in Love, that's Iriis business ! IF tttey gret mscrrieci, it's our business to furnish tlmeir h.om.es with the best ' • Jr *di < i ■ ■ * ' * I^NITURE - *x ' : ' * .J 2. ' '* *' /We have just what you are looking' for in Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Side Boards, Center and Extension Tables * At prices that are but a soft touch on the contents of vour purse.. ueemeijts To tl^ose who are about in ir|gf to buy all of ttjeir Furnishings of us. ^ Vl^rle* * Wemake a specialty of these | t ©li€kili\|| OCOS and will suit your ideas exactly, jf ^i^a?tni3PiniiHpCTmKai«^innii^i^iTOCiniC!ra[i^^c^i^g^agag^ggragaU3aBi2£B551fi^5a5B5a5a5iB£B5Jiai5K5 SSaSSSESMcffi aSS5p :1?j v This is Headquarters for WALL PAPER ! All of the latest effects in Glimmers, Flit- ters, Ingrains, and Damasks....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

iJ5T **• «% ■ > i « 111 out Vol. 11 No. 26. 9 se- SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1900. Whole No. 546. # "•' . r ❖ popular Prie^s 1 • V MIV u >i'l yw"«r ❖ cse Popular' Prices arc Pound a.t A. Levinson's ' " • i'|-« h i * t' i ^^here a, Comiilet© Line of Up-to-Date 1 el/j.ta'RlS ■ •*■ . ...... ' . > .vs-rss,.-. ' Goods Can be Seen! ,<r ft i 12$e double width dress muelin 8Jo ,10e " " percale - 8c "■25c " " corded Madr&a* 15c 15c Piques iu red, blue, pink, white or st n pos10c Covert cloth worth 16$c for.* ,,.... .12c Fine French orgRudies worth 15c for lQe>, 25c grade orgaudj and orgaudy cordau now.......................15c and ISc Corded zephyrs worth 12Jc at S\c Nice figured lawua from 4c up All standard priuts, including Indied blues Turkey feds and faucy.staplea at 5c YSrd* Wfdfe*4>ro w u domestic at .5c if-r r Yard wide bleach domestic at ........(..a. OC Special sale on ladies ready made under wear. Vests each......... * t% . 5c up Corset covers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

JNHiUi-*. v!J*v TT -■■-4 •> I r- S * The Neuia. leeoed 8f«rj Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SEYMOUR - • TKXA8 ICn tared at the pmtoffioii it BtimvittTitM aeoond-class mail matter. TERMS OF SUB3CRIPTON. Onecopy,oneftv ....••«••••••• • ••• $l.M One oopy.eix months, '• One oopy, three month ■ 0r Invariably in idTUtt. If not paid striotJi in .idrun, $1.00 for on* ear will be charged." Mentor N. W. T. P. ltd N. E. A. Et Cm FRIDAY, MAT 11,1900. I ft* Our Exports of Iron and Steel. Ko feature, of the marvelous growth of our commerce ie more striking than that relating to ex- ports of iron and steel. The to* tal foreign commerce of the Unit* ed States in the year just ended has for tbe first time grossed the $2,000,000,000 line, and the total exports of tbe manufacturers of iron and steel have for the first time crossed the $100,000,000 line. In the calendar year, 1890, the to- tal exports of iron and steel amounted to only $27,000,600, but iu 1899 they were $105,689,64...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

t I ■tsj'. -s\ *v SAY, JWY FRIEHDT t vV Lot mo give you p poiut- er. When you waut a first olftpg lunch just drop io at the 0. It. CHOP HOUSE, on the north side of ihe nquare. Will handle iced drinks after May 1. ... . J. I*. liHMOflS, Prop. NEW BARBER SHOP. If you want a first-class SHAVE FOR i o CENTS OR HAIR CUT FOR 25 CENTS Call on {-iaaghey & Jiaghes, The Washington Street Barbers, Seymour. Olap of Seymour, Showing the trade territory tributary to it. Seymour is now the trading poiiit for the largest portion of the territory here shown, being the nearest R. R. point. All that country West and Southwest is the trading territory of Seymour. I •; Texas' Two Great Senators. -"There has been suoh a wealth of deserved eulogy piled upon Mr. Bailey that farther comment is unnecessary; He baa shown him- self to be one of the most potent factors Texas ever knew. He is in the saddle and in all probabili- ty will stand at the head, along with Culberson, for many many years to come. Whe...

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