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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

•S 1 f 5* f ' ONLY MORE In which to seoure your Dry Goods at 4 Actoal Cost and Carriage For Our cost sale for the past 30 days has been such agrandsuooessthat we havereduoed our enor- same until June 1st It will positively close on the 30th oi this month. have reduoed. mous stock to a very great extent, it is very far from being broken aad many rare 1S frill t>rice wrth us which will be given to the people during the next three weeks. The economical buyer will price wt before buying elsewhere. We can save you money. A dollar saved is a dollar maae. Jl?e U/a^oi? ai?d Bu^ie Sea509 is.Jter^. • So are we with the NEW MQLINE and the MITCHELL, the two best wagons that run on whe^s, i Our stock of buggies is the largest and best selected in West Texas. A full leather top buggy for $50. We , are selling buggies so cheap our customers have quit quoting Sears & Roebuck to us- v ... Do you know this will be the biggest wheat crop we haveever had mthe Pa^andle, Youwill want something to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

£w>1 f*"* j I * < -•( < Paints fop Home Painters. ; V i' _ ,v K ; Those who have not kept,track of developments in the art of painting will be surprised to find how easy it has been ma<Te~for everybody to do good painting nowadays. We hav^ .paints for every purpose, all ready foi the brush and so pre * pared that any oue oan use them. Mixed Paints, ready to use. ■> , Buggy Paints, easily applied. Varnish Stains, both stain and varnish. , - v. Floor Paints, get hard as stone. Enamels, look like porcelain. Varnishes, for all purposes. Brushes, all kinds and siees. Everything in paints and paint sundries. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. u ) If You *#> % si J* —1The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on W. R. Lee. "We carry in connec- tion a complete line of Glass and Queens- "ware, Tin and G-ran- iteware, a nice and well assorted line of Cutlery. We are ex- clusive agents for the celebrated White Star Coffee—the best on earth. We carry a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

f 1 ■■ i fc- Horseflesh for Food. f There are several large abattoirs In the Uufted Spates wb^re'horses ure slaughtered for, food, but it is nffirmed in nil these establishments ."that the entire product goes to uropeau countries. The agricul- ture department has an inspector ni each of these places, who sees lllmt no Uors^e suffering from any Age are killed. Only sound nrid healthy animals are slaught- ered, aud when the meat is pack- ed for shipment each box and bar- rel is labeled "horseflesh," so that purchasers will know exactly I what they are buying. "So far as fweDr.' Wiley, of tChicago, wno sale of horseflesh for 'f }>ome consumption is carried on in [ibis country, aud we are not mak- ing'tbesto experiments for the par- pose of encouraging its eonsump /tioi|*. There has always been more For less suspicion as to the origin \ ot' certain prepared meats which * American dealers import from \*>broad every year, and it is to in&fee our inspectors thoroughly AYoung Girl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

J \ V GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 29th Disiriet, D. '• G«*« llepreapntative 104th District,.. .T. H. C, Peofjr. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DlHTltllT. Judge SUtli District, 8 I. Newton. Attorney 50th District, Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clerk,, J. T. Rnnaon COUNTY. County Jndg ,. Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, E. L.Craddook. Treasurer, A, FaneUer County Attorney B®n 'Tax Assessor, W. H. Fraud* County Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyor,. D. Kerr PllltCINCT, <Commissioner Prec. No. 1, G. P. Barber. Commissioner Prec. No. H,....>>ChM. Bandall. ('oiumitnionor Prec. No. t, *T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec, No. 4, J, B. Morris. J. P. Pr<^inct No. 1 Joe Wheat. (Vwetable Precinct No, 1, Nat Shaw, SECRET ORDERS. I, O. O. F• 8cymom Lodge No. 353, I. O. O, F., meet* •very Thursday nitfht, P. N. Taylor, N. O. John Albright, V. O, W. A. Sec'y J, W. (Mrdaport Treas. W. A, Bennett, ... . Bepresentative LADIES OF UBBBKAH, Lomnis Lodge, No. 151, Meota second and fourth Tuesd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 11 May 1900

s f® i 1 f j I i — t ■ !' ;.J- ', All Aboard . i. 4i Tliis train goes to Prosperity via tlie bargain route IF a gfirl is in Love, that's tier business ! IF a man is in Love, tliat's hi& business ! IF tliey g-et married, it's our business to 'furnish, their homes witli the best ! - •Ott We have just what you are looking for in ~ Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, tat *. ' ,T' * •*''*' •> < ■ *1 _____ S Boards, Center and Extension Tables At prices that are but a soft touch ' on the contents of vour purse. -Vt'f a.- Ipdueemepts To those who are about " ^ .fit jK& ** « r 4 - Jtu . Starting: in irjg to buy all of^heir Furnishings of us. W !J«^ -r . We make a specialty of these I OlGUEVg PCQS « and will suit your ideas exactly Xhis is Headquarters for ; !• 4 (1 of the latest effects in Glimmers, Flit- ters, Ingrains, 'and Damasks. Dontpa- mper until we have a chance to figure on lyour work, y > $3; "Mi V '' •'* ■■■ ■ ■ v. V^;- * ■> ft «!vf '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

^95 .5. -.v ■ 4 it. m V 1 - V Vol.11 No. 27. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. Whole No. 547. | Everybody Read This!! I SPECIAL! S All EI "T § IVIoriday arid Tuesday, May 21 and 22,1QOO. tt Lawn a a 4< a u u White pique " Colored " " Drees Duck " ti tt (I It u a a a u 12J per yd. now 7£c 20 " " K lie 25 " " it 18c 6 " " tt 4c 7} " " tt 6c 10 " u a 7£c 15 " " tt 11c 15 .< « tt 10c 15 " " a 10c 12J " " it 00 Discount of 25 per cent on White Lawn in checks and stripes all wash fabrics go in this sale at big reductions. Ladies shirt waist worib 65o go for ... .50c, 11.00" " ....85c. 1,25" " ...$1.00. 1.50" " .. .1.25. 2.00" " ....1.65. (i u tt it it it it a a it a a ii (I ii <i a ti ii ii " col. under skirts " 2.50" " 1.00" •« .2.0C 75c % ii it <1 ii II II II • I ii wrappers ii II ti a a " dressing aaques " " organdy bonnet" 1.50" " 2.00" " 1.25" " 1.00" " 1.50" " 75c" ' .1.25 , .1.65 .1.00 . 85c . .1.25 . 60c We also have big line of Ladies' ready made underw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

7 ' ifHHMvUSRltt • ^7" < 4 ! i % i \ :! k I f ! K i;-.. jipWt' ' ^ tr-fi k<"r ft' ' mir iS&S The f<Uuis. 1 Buried Every Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, Edltoi and Proprietor. 8EYMOU1? - - TKXA8 KLONDIKE EASLEY, THE BARBER, Botarod at the postotlice, at Seymour. Texas eooond-clase mail matter. TERMS OF 8UBSORIPTON. One copy, one year $1.50 One copy, six months z #5. One copy, three mouths 40. f?r- Invariably in advance. If not paid strictly in advance. $2.00 (or one ear willboaharged. N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. Applied Science in Modern War. One of the notable circum- stances connected with the present war in South Africa has been the wide and varied application of the results of modern science in regard to it. Setting aside altogether those of a purely military character such as firearms, quick-firing and machine guns, there are manv other directions in which * i the influence of applied science may be recognized. We now perform a considerable portion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

t \ !• ♦. t i ■iM 1 I | h f'W SAY, J«Y p^IEflDl Let me > ivo you point- er. Whoa you want a first-class lunch just drop in at the 0. K. CHOi> HOUSE, on tho north side of the f quure. Will handle iced drinks after May 1. j. lisjwofls, Pflop. NEW BARBER SHOP. If you want a first-class Sh'AVE. FOR io CENTS OR HAIR CUT FOR 25 CENTS Call on {•i&cigliey & piughes, The Washington Street Barbers, Seymour. A Philippine Drink. "Bono" ifl the stuff which is knock- ing the American boys out in the Philippines. So s 7B George Ho- bart, a regular, who ban just returned to his home in Indianapolis from Manila, says the Cincinnati Enquir- er. "It is not heat that is driving them crazy. It'w just simply 'beno.'" Hobart says absinth is not in the same class. "It looks like water and tastes like licorice," he says, "and when the boys can't get beer or whiskey they buy 'beno' from tho natives. It takes a pint of it to make a drinking man drunk. Tho third or fourth consecutive drank makes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

Sc;-' it' 4 ism r"4-• •r c . ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE r In which to secure your Dry G-oods at ctiial Cost aid Carriage For Cash. Our cost sale for the past 30 days has been such a grand success that we have decided to contin same until June 1st. It will positively close on the 30th oi this month. While have reduced ou? enor- mous stock to a very great extent, it is very far from being broken and many rare bargains still remain, which will be given to the people during the next three weeks. The economical buyer will price witn us before buying elsewhere. We can save you money. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Jfye U/a^op ai?d Bu$$ie Sea50i? is Jler^. So are we with the NEW MOLINE and the MITCHELL, the two best wagons that run on wheels. Our stock of buggies is the largest and best selected in West Texas. A full leather top buggy for $50. We are selling buggies so cheap our customers have quit quoting Sears & Roebuck to us. Do you know this will be the biggest wheat crop we have ever h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

,.« V 1 Ski v; * ^#( xK ''■** •> F ! MM Difficult Prescriptions. Prescriptions that call for rare or unusual drugs or which require very skilled compounding, are a specialty here. We offer the best service obtainable. We have every drug or medicine for which there is ever any call. We carry the finest drugs that money will buy. Our compounding is scientific in ev- ery respect. We conduct a thoroughly modern pharmacy, and fill prescriptions at the same moderate prices that mark our dealings throughout. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. i V9 If You Want —The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on W. R. Lee. "We carry in connec- tion a complete line of Glass and Queens- ware, Tin and Gran- iteware, a nice and well assorted line of Cutlery. We are ex- clusive agents for the celebrated WHITE Star coffee—the best on earth. We carry a complete line of Screen Doors and Screen Wire and will sell them cheap as you can get them. Respectfully, WRLee Business in tow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

i ! : ! S ' I ■ ' . i 8© United Confederate Veterans, To Editob News, Seymour, Texas. Dear Sir:—Gen. J. B. Gordon, Commanding United Confederate Veterans, respectfully requests that you will aid'the patriotic and benevolent objects of the United Confederate Veteraus by publtab* yig immediately in your next issue, dite Reunion is to take place at Louisvilie, Ky„ on May 30th, 31st, aud June 1st, 2nd and 3rd, Wed- nesday, Thursday, Friday, Satur- ,iy and Sunday, respectively, or please publish this letter. Sunday, June 3rd, will bo the 92nd anniversary of the birth of beloved Ex-President Jefferson Davis, and is set apart for "Mem- orial Ceremonies" to the memory of Mr. Davis who was born in .Kentucky near by the scene of the Reunion, to the peerless "Daught- er of the Confederacy," and to every one of our herioc officers and privates vyho have gone to join them around the Great White Throne. Also to urge Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors everywhere to form themselves immediately int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

i\ GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 29th District, ...D. F. Goes. Representative 10-lth District,.. .T. H. C. Peery. JflffriKTH JUDICIAL DlbTRIOT. Judge 50th District, 8 I.Newton. Attorney 50th District, Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clerk J. T. Raneon COUNTY. County JudHO. .*. Carter Taylor. Bheriff und-Tux Collector, E. L.Craddook. Treasurer, E. A. Fancher County Attorney .'.Den Glasgow Ta Assessor, W. H. Francis County Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyor A. D. Kerr PHFjCINCT, Commissioner Proc. No. 1, G. P. Barber. Commissioner Prec. No. tt, Ckas, Itundall. Commissioner Proc. No. 8, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, J. E. Morris. J. P. Prociiict No. 1 Joe Wheat. Constable Precinct No. 1, Nat 8haw. t SECRET ORDERS- I. 0.0. F. Seymom LoSro No. 35U, I. O. O, F., meets .every Thursday night, P. N. Taylor N. G, John Albright, .' V. G. W. A. JJennett, Seo'y J, W. Duvenport Treas. W, A. bennott, Representative LADIES OF KEBEKAH. Lonnnis Lodgo, No. 151, Meets second and fourth T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 18 May 1900

i <>.■ a MMam v f. '' " y"' •■f. ■■ ^.-,, I ^ pfcSj! l ^ ■ >:■■•,•: . s* K' OD8 USE m t ft !! 5. I I ,{ I i P! fl S *■« ! I All Aboard Tliis train groesto Prosperity via th.e bargain route IF a gfirl is in Love, that's her business ! IF a man is in Love, tliat's t|is business ! IF tliey gret married, it's our business to furnish, their homes witti tl^e best FURNITURE VS/e have just what you are looking? for in Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches,. Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, SYtfe Boards, Center and Extension Tables t prices that are but a soft touch on the contents of vour purse. i?ts ! ?! To those who are about Starting in Housekccp- ir|§r to buy all of their Furnishings of us. i ■ • liiVe iriake a specialty of these • and will suit your ideas exactly. ngaimaBiaciiagiiaiBiginniBiSiBiniin5iiniggg5B5gsBggSBSa5B5WB5B555B5353SIBS' This is Headquarters for [UWmT^'.TT sjcisasssass I . A11 of the latest effects in Glimmers terSi Ingrains, and Damasks, per until we have a chance to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

! - yf:-% ft ••JSC +"*" **"t~* y *■ * >*- «*** . #> i ^ ^r> •*^r*'T>~ •# «• \r N '/ / *«££*•• «ri *—~ r .y ^•'W^ «• •f"~ $v>'*{M"■"*** ■—*W tf^l" "*■ ~+£-> t *** % --- "<T t. -./. *> r>. ■'-X ^•r*/,v * • /- * i/jli i|u i' .' ?! I 4 2'! ■ * * J" £ V *,fi f \ • •;; A i.i ^ f <• • •' .* <> -> 'i ■ Vol. 11 No. 28. SBl^MaURv.BAILOR QO, TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 25,1900.5 Whole No. 548. i... ■ J. Jidlli^-LJJIIL f{l This!! % y hW • • « ***** "-ww mr Z • Monday arid Tuesday, &l&y • <* i? v « **?•- • * '"* #"<? A. .-■ • + .<«.<* .,.' f <<••>. •': ■..." 1,11 1 i' 1111; IIJ )!■ imiii HI ni M ■ grtfep si ■, 'j^,1 "i 1 1 "" 11 j'f Organdies actual value 12$ per yd. now 7Jc « m "20 44 M" *• 11c i« «i <11 25 44 44 44 18c 6 44 £ " 4c 7J 44 " ♦♦ 6c 10 , "'f-f " 7Jc 15 44 44 44 11c 15 * 41 " 10 c 15 44 44 44 10c 12} 44 44 44 8} II 14 N •I II II II II White pique44 Colored 44 11 Dress Duck 44 - ' (L ... U II It , (I II II II • II II — * &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

ard; nivou imr^Md |<«U jflB MWHiflr, and tel hi |backfsira fire-spot everyday A ^ ar twa About the time he has * ' iSniStJiii (acquired enough lucre to make dBTMoim . . xiicA. p worth while for his heirs to | quarrel over, he contracteth a ■aee.atse aear.Teiaa bad cold and is hurried away before he had time to talk with his frmlly. His son* Wow In 9IJJhiaeetite on bad whiskey-and /i.'.'.".'".''.'. ifcj ping *uts, and his wife-put* ZT ]•&* •Setting touches tohisca sms for m* Ireer by marrying the hired lafian. , . Tl« Atteae ef tH W Did you ever think of the well-founded claim of Boulder to be catted ^# "Athens* of Che Wedtt As we: ride from Denver to the fooi of incbm lfMtt MMWHW.lf.ttlR 11 Kl CM. PBIDAT, MATS, WOO. erufc i KLONDIKE EASLEY, THE ....AMI lUaateetmrar at. "tseNy'eKlondike grower."' •••••OF Is bUH doing busisces at the old | stead oa the north aide of the equate oppoeite court how*. Seymour, t i l Texan. J ^ # mAnnjm. jo woooveA*. vi«e. ree de«t o. s. eLANTS. Cee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

•i.. >■ 0KHWBWMl i>#n nyt' -ft "'* & I -VA **« Ww> f*1 ■ £.*J!WL **,V^. i^smgs^sm^ x v- " V A. ffl •v JlilJ ' V \ i ,* SAY, JWY FRIEND! t V Lot me #ive you a point- I. er. When you want a first-class lunch just drop in at the O. K. CHOP HOUSE, on the north side of the square. VV ill handle iced driuksrafter May 1. J. ft. HEMONS, Pvop. 'eaassBBsaaaaMeaflni ■ I, , Ul'-'i' 'j. f I* , NEW BARBER SHOP. If you waut a first-class SHAVE FOR 10 CENTS OR HAIR CUT FOR 25 CENTS Call od . fiaiQghey & H allies, The Washington Street Barbers, Seymour. Killed by Lightning.. George Johnson, aged about 70 years, and a negro field band whose name is unknown here, were killed by lightning near Pilot Point late Monday afternoon. Mr. Johnson's eon, Bob Johnson was knocked .down and made un conscious by the same bolt. The three were returning from a field in which they had been working, and all had hoes on their should ers. The negro and Mr. Johnson were walking alongside) while the boy w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

VI # 7 4 • V 4 t • v« ■• IT, I $ 9 i <WS*WWtv ONLY ONE WEEK MORE In which to secure your Dry Goods at Cost and Carriage For I* TV'. ■ Ji. . .' <1 \ J' • !... ,1 v r." * ! i, . V ' ' • /f ^ur cost sale for the past 30 days has been such a grand success that we have same until June 1st. It will positively close on the 30th oi this month. While have mous stock to a very great extent, it is very far from being broken and many rare bargains still remain, which will be given to the people during the next three weeks. The economical buyer will price with us before buying elsewhere- We can save you money. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Jtye U/a^oi? ai?d Bu^ie Seasoi? is So are we with the NEW MOLINE and the MITCHELL, the two best wagons that run on wheels. Our st6ek of buggies is the largest and best selected in West Texas. A full leather top buggy for $50. We are. selling buggies so cheap our customers have quit quoting Sears & Roebuck to us. Do you know this will be the bigges...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

m —■v-v-l H*_ -jr — — .^,. - *- -^'" ''£-;'' '<■ > j^Yv. • T v--'' / ' ,<>. -W5 v/ jH,r*r~' •:aT ?,.^.M^. *JVJZ * ' w* ■ y"'^- *->' " •l*fc;VMW"" -Mw— . . . "**£55* i^-"4 * *. .*•- ' «uw «* r—- / 1 A • ' "•'•^J.'.l "gS&ZJ&EX .ii 1ft ■iw> ~ r - • -rr--<r jrv r*79f. A <*—«'- - <* «* - # #•• ♦■ •■if*""** <** *w-* f ~T"' „ ^>O0B •i t.-a * IT'S LETTING DISEASE FASTEN ITSELF THAT KILLS. Every home ought to contain a line of every day or emergency remedies such as Paregt*- ' ric, Camphor, Essence Jamaica Ginger, Pep- permint, Ammonia, Arnica, etc. They may be needed any hour of the day or night and when needed wili be badly needed. An out- fit of £hese remedies will cost but little if • -yon buy them here. Having them on hand " is pretty sure to save suffering and it may - save life, SUMMER IS THE SEASON OF SUDDEN ILLS. PREPARE FOR THEM. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. 1 1 1 if i If You Want --The- . v^r*' • ^ , f .■ <v Cheapest and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

f, i i I] ti- lt ii I* ■<& r I i> s *tL~" us * It V ♦ K Halted Confederate Vettraas. *To Editor News, Li * Seymour, Texas. * Dear Sir:—Gen. J. R, Qordon, . Commanding United Confederate Veterana, respectfcIIy reqaeeta ►that yon ifall irifl {he patriotic and * /'benevolent obfecte ef the' Uaited | Confederate Veterans by publish- ing immediately in yonr next ieaue, *tbe following information, which " will be of value and interest to the fold Veterans in your viciuity; and *.wifl aid the Louisville Beonion, 'and our Aasoeiaiion: The Bean- fion will be held at Louisville, Ky., v oa May-30th, 31st and June let, * 2nd and 3rd, Wednesday, Tbars- * day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, ^respectively. * The Bennioa Oommittee is a * body ofdistingaiabed Confederate aoldiera, ibo aa soldiera, know whatie due to the old Veteran a of ' the Sooth; and aa Kentuckiana, I know bow to dispenaa to the large ^number ot officers, ladies and Votb& gueats who will honor them with their presence...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 May 1900

mm MM' ,. .^.. ' "" *«•— "* '• # ***-•"«• -J. " W ••"* w*^"" " • • - pswAgb* ..4$H '4 GENERAL OIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. •snalortfttfc Dlatriet,.^...Ooae, IUorM*Bt*Ufe 104th District,.. .T. H. C. Peery, nrrieth judicial dwtrict. JedjeMth District 8 I. Newton. Attorney 60th District, Jo. A. p. Dickson District Clerk, J. T. Hanson COVNTY. County Judge, GwUr Taylor. Hfcerlff ud T«z Collector .It. L. Craddoek. Trwaiw, K. A. Fuehn Oeanty Attorney Ban Glasfow Tu Assessor W. H. Ifrueli CountyClerk ...J.T. Hanson Dtrniw, A. D. Karr PBBCINCT. CoAatiseioner Pree. Mo. 1,. O. P. Barber, Coaialaaioner Pree. Mo. t Chaa. Randall. CofBOtlaelonar Pree. mo. S, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Pree. No. 4, f. B. Morris. f.P* Precinct No. I*..ijen Wheat. ConeUbte Precinct Mo. i, Mat Shaw. SECRET ORDERS. i.o.o.P. termedi Lodge Mo. Stt. X. O. O, P., mtete •eery Thursday nicht. p. m. l^yloti i.m.o. John Albright Y. ©. W. A. Bennett,., See'y J. W. Davenport Treaa. W. A. Bennett Beprteeatattoe ladihb op bbbbk...

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