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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 June 1900

i*m>. i Si i li if '1 •< bucki^S /# y f fW The season for these goods is here and we have them all at lowest prices. have just rec ived a ear of the lamous Bridge Beach & Co stoves £ nd a oar of Mitchell wagons on a big cut rate m freight and are ready to knock out all competition. When the ground gets hard remember you can plow it with a Hancock orMoline Dutchman disc plow only. When in need of furniture andwallpaper come to us as we have a very complete and up-to-date stock of wall paper, the newest and latest designs. In fact when you need anything in the hardware, implement or furniture lines come to us. We also have a few words to say ,.it6„you about dry goods. . • : HOT BARGAINS IN COOL DRESS GOODS. We have just received a lot of dress goods'in Lawns, Organdies and Dimities at closing out prices and are now prepared to give our customers rare bargains on all these goods. Be sure you ask to see them Also a small line of remnants—enough for a dressing sacque, child's d...

Publication Title: Seymour News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 June 1900

. _ UK • XM^.PI 4%, **^M%8rv|k'i Ii a Your sician «i 'Certain definite results from the proscription he writes. If one ingredient lacks hi -essential vir- tue, if the compounding is not accurately done, •a link in the chain of recovery may he broken. We have built up a reputation on prescription filling. Every prescription or recipe receives the moro careful, conscientious attention, and prices will always be ae low as possible, consistent with the perfect service given. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. I >• wwnm iimmwwiiimwwwwimmW r i > i —The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on W. R. I-ee. We carry in connec- tion a complete line •of Grlass and Queens- ware, Tin and Gran- ite ware, a nice i and well assorted line oi Cutlery. We are ex- clusive agents for the celebrated White Star coffee—the best on earth. We caTry a . cohiplete line of Screen Doors and Screen Wire find will sell them cheap as yo* can .get them. Bespectfully, Pound.—Pair gold-ri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 June 1900

1 t 0 iv-l. If yl is :> li • >:t • i t. The Hetas. -rr* r ji ' i iii. j.j." 1 • ■ *"■ ■ 1. . .J^ned. Every f riday by GpO, P. BARBER, , Editoi and Proprietor. . .^Y^oyn TEXAS :. • -r Entered at the p<ytofflce,at Seymour. Texas second-classmail matter. • : - : : TERMS OF BUBSORIPTOH. t >•••*%%•%%•••• tlM 4 . (Kit^opjioo4yMf Doe copy, six m*aU>*. Cue copy, three moatha " Invariably is ad*ajK^- ftaid etrfetl* in adiwaee, &M «s* 11 be sharped. If net 1 •u will Mrakr N. W. T. P. ui 111 FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1900. .She Blasted. - Evidently -she was from Boston, lor Bostoaese, yon know, know •It- about the Indian question, fcbe was witnesscg the Indian •fcara battle at the exposition graind* and was deeply interest- ed iu bo an*? -hie manner of fight- ing. After the battle she ap- §*r©at-Jjfd one of the noble Sionx «ud made as effect to engage him 4a. in rum versataen. "Bt-ap icocL fight," aaid the •cleat creature in that choice lan- guage that all good Indians are anp.pused ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 June 1900

J , • y * if * g I skv, JWY pt^IEfiDT t n Lot ma giva you poiut- "or. Whea you waut a first-class lunch just drop iu at tho 0. R. CHOP HOUSE, on the north side of the equaro. I haudle iced drinks now. J. f?. tiEJWOflS, Pfop. NEW BARBER SHOP. If you want a first-class SHAVE FOR 10 CENTS OR HAIR CUT FOR 25 CENTS Call on Harry ftecigfiey The Washington Street Barber, Seymour. National Democratic Convention. It looks like Bryan, but whoever may be nominated, the Great Rock Island Route makes it easy for you to sro along and see the proceedings, selling tickets to Kansas City anc return, July 2nd and 3rd, good unti July 9th for return. The rate wil be only oue faro plus $2.00 for round trip. Parties purchasing tourist tickets from Kansas City to any point where the fare is $5.00 or more eau have until Sept. 30th for return. Chas. B. Sloat, G. P. & T. A., Fort Worth, Texas. CDap of Seymour, Showing the trade territory tributary to it. Seymour is now the trading point for the largest p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 June 1900

EK JBLliMS?.wCSf1? ASSPETTTTr "i m * % il ) hi > -i !«• ;: *w*i i • \ •• /! •5 • •> - 1 El. ! * '^**1 I All Xhiis train) gjoes to Prosperity: via tlie bargain route IF a girl is in Love, that's tier lousiness ! IF a man is ii* Love, thtatrs iris business ! IFtliey^et nnarrieci,it's our business to furnish. tln«eir homes witlrj: tlnpe best ' We liave just wtiat you are looking for in ;1; Lounges, Bed Room Setst Couches; Startir|^ in iriff to buy ^ "Et^Jf-r We irrafce a spe-cialty of ttiese roiativg ► and will suit yoor idie-as exactly. MB m ters At prices ttxat are but a soft touiclhi ontlie contenis. o-f tout purse. are Tliis is Headlqctarters for* in •> " .-;i •; fcfjrl i'rx - :'V fc" *•'.' ■ « ■j . |i■ ; :ip I- : • Eyes As Business Propagators. The potato has qualities which make it of wide human interest. The housewife, the family, the merchant, the man- ufacture^ the transportation company and the banker are all under obligation to the com mon potato, but it is of pecu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

si rtg i" ** j m %■ * W-V —-v '- r- 't Uf • V"'%* ^ ^ "* r _ • 'i i;-J % • / .. . I YoL 11 No. 35. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, JULY 13,1900. Whole Bfo. 655. (jHggggWgg ————— THEf^E IS A TIDE # Caffying Shfeuid Bayers ta THE LEAWNG POPULAR-PRICE DRY GOO HOUSE-OF SEYMOUR. J*\ vb i •' + V j .••r* ^ *' We have jfafet received' a big line of Men's nnd Boys Hats'. Which enables us' fo give yofi , any style or price desired' from a Jno. B. Stetson down to Wool' hat. We have also received big line of Men's and Boy* G l<*ves and they are TRADE WINNERS., Try one pair and you will always buy glov.-s of r full' line of the celebrated SOX ALL negligee shirts on band all the time. They are genteel shirts, dressy and styfish. Prices 50c, C5c, 75e, 85c, $1.00 and We all t&e time have on band inany rare bargains,- but from now on as long as they last you wjll-tind stao.ked on our counter remnants in pieces from 1 yard in lawns, organdies, dimities, ducks, piques, percales-, prints, ete...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

r-'V— 1 tSi r v- 'Si fc:; 1 '■■X-t ,v<" ;<s, ■■ •f.c. , > DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. •tansfts City, Mo., July 5.—Folkw- mg is the oJ&oiat text of the plat- form as agreed upon by the commit- tee ou rifswtotioas and presented to the convention: We,, the representative* of the □emoemtie- pact? .fi .the- United States, assembled natural conven- tion. oa I hft anniversary cf the day of ■declaration of independence, do reaf- firm our fttitU ia that immortal proe- ! a si at ion- of the Constitution framed in harmony therewith by the fathers «£ the Lij public. We hold with the "CJaited States Supreme Court that f h e Declaration is the spirit of our Government, of which- the Constitu- tion is the- feint and letter. We de- eiase again that alt governments ia- jiCttuted among men derive their just powers from the consent of the gov* nrued; that a ay government not baa ad upon the consent of the governed is a tyranny, and that to impose upon any people a government ot fore* ia for its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

,s- \ ••wMOkw< flR39tt^5CSRww^^^-«5pl^' zv&s&gSP- -rr" " ^ . v«t%jpawm r-*5^KW^" V ^'"'"-ay- "■"" > H, " -v ,'' iVS^SfCTT? jjpp^psw^^iifcw^ef* daMftsiW- «* #.„-wk «*ww 6iw '^■^JPW*iw' -''- - -ft .• .... . % ■ v- J&tJMmmSSll.. wsEsfetegg** 3IW! •!<> -Sil .'. •*•. ■• ms •—-■***. -yy*. k. ac-iffi j GENERAL DIRECTORY, ■«-. • 'OFFICIAL 1MREGTORY. Venator 20th Dirriet, 3). V. Gom. tttepreaefriattve 104th District,.. .V. 21. C. Paorjr. FIFTIETH JUMOIAL DISTRICT. Jnd*a50th Diatriot, - B 1. Newton. ■Attorney 50th Dlitrist, Jo. A.'P. Diekron Uistriot Clerk, .. ff. T. Hanson •count*. •County Judge, jCMrter Tnrlor. Sheriff and Tax 'Collector,.. . . .vfi.l>. Ormddook. Treasures, .. ,.....'.,.B. A. Fanoher "County Attorney. rr « ••• •'rr• a • • a Ben Glasgow Tax Assessor,... W.lI.'Franoie 'Coautjr Clork...... ®. Hanson Darveyor, . ..a .'.' I'Vv. .... .. . r.M.M*. *A. D. K«ri PBBOXNCV. 'Commissioner Preo. No. <1,........ 'G. P. Barber. •Commissioner Preo. No. 2 .Ohaa....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

■ Jr./: V:.\ <: 11. > r • . ,. r. 4 , i i . t ■ . MUr •M'Ui'i h.tr ••ft* .-ift .• • ; v; *v: ' i >: .*<<U ,.•/* n" . £f0! iif . ••■j, * ■ ' 4r ' « , • • . # ;i*T 'phi. vti' . • ' & ) •<&Z . &V ... The season for tliese goods is here and we liave them 'fcll at lowest prices. We have just received a car of the tainous Bridge Beach & Co stoves z nd a car of Mitchell wagons on a big cut rate m freight ana are ready to knock out all competition., When the ground gets hard remember you can plow it with a Hancock or Moline Dutchman disc plow only. When in need of furniture and wall paper come to us as we have a very complete and up-to-date stock of wall paper, the newest and latest designs. In fact when you need anything in the hardware, implement or furniture lines come to us. We also have a few words to say 'to you about dry goods. ' * HOT BARGAINS IX COOL DRESS GOODS. i r & . | • -'y, • ^ We have just received a lot of di*e#gdod^n Lawns, Organdies a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

f""* • <*. ■' ' * j^+r-rV-Y,*• *'V J*4*** "** .;---w'wr ♦—-r~- •*-•;• . vr^X- —- - - '----. - ^ T ifiilii'iii" ii"lii*i<i"'r'llyii II' ■ '• • T-* vr/ ~ «•v '' ' j—• ■ ,****#,■ 9m?ig *m*n j. ■ i-i mmmmm One I ( I _ ^ I I •J ^No one-sells them for amusement. It 's a serious important business on both sides; A drug store should have two missions: One, to furnish drugs that can ee relied ore; the other, to furnish theui Tottwhat fhey are wojrtli. Drng stores exist for the public good. Enowl- edge, experience and progressive methods should mark their management. We endeavor to .keep step with the progress of the age, to meet every requirement of the community, to conduct a store 'that shall stand for all that a drug store should. v We wish to serve those -who want ac- curate service, high grade drugs, and un- iformly fair and courteous treatment. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. •vv^viytvuvivuvvwii'i dr « >' v' ■ § e/< V 8r >,* c If You Want —The— V* t Cheapest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

,^."W . •• (,>-)■ tEEa ' I M. . .*-* Therfletias * ii ! < y ^«} ,**«>■. -T' -ir-x-—~s!' - * ' ' ^ P. OAaacR. Ed!|oi.and Pm^lor. - TfY MOt?K • - TKXAR tffcUnwTiit tiko pco'oMm.M 8*i *ar. Tmh •,M&nd>rlAMMMil ~n.aM*r. • t«rms or sdbsoripton. • t «•• • • %• question. He «m told that if l)« would t>« isteirneted bo could get a whole lot of free advertising out of it. *'Me no v went at (leticement. Yon get out." And the preca represents Uvea got. The third Chinaman wet iron* ing * ooller marked **1TW when the reporters arrived. They Mt eu tl |00eruged beeauee he smlted when ^ J they entered. At firet he eaid that he didn't know anything; that he vat run- ning a laundry and 90nobody elee running China. KLONDIKE EASLEY. THE BARBER, ....And laavtKlttmwf ... 'Eaalty'e l^lopdlHe Heir Qrouier." la still doing busiuM* at the old ataad oa the north aide of the aquareosteite courthouse. Seymour, : : ; Texas. Oit*ocp7.oa«r«tr Onsecpjr.MXiaoothe, Ouo copy, litre* month* «r Uwialii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

•Tv * .a^sa-ci « j«r ,^10- W* -;> -J V- ^. while liberty is beiug strangled in Africa. Jjeiieymg in the principles of feeif-goveruiftent and rejecting as did our forefathers, the olaim of tnonareby, we vie* with indigna- tion the purpose of England to Overwhelm with force the^fiouth African Hepublics. Spending, as we do, for tbe entire American Nation except its Republican of. ficebolders, and for all freemen everywhere, we extend our sym- pathies to the heroic burghers in their unequal struggle to main- tain their liberty and indepen- dence. We denounce tbe lavish appro- priations of reeent Republican Congresses, which have kept taxes high and which thieaten the perpetuation and oppressive war levies*-.. . - We oppose tbe accumulation of a surplus to lie squandered in such barefaced frauds upon the tax* payers as the shipping subsidy bill, which was tbe false pretense of prospering American shipbuild- ing) would put unearned millions into the pockets of favorite eon* tributors t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 13 July 1900

kf -WV ".< ' 1 k f I I R I ' ' If iff M i 'I, 1 v * ajs ? d i p> IV I&1 «"■ BK OK [' , f •«. I 3; M- J &' I 1'. [§ I > AND SOLD >OD8 ^ftSKWS All Aboard ' 'T|Pf .. . ... " . ' ' '■ ■■ .-.i, . ^ Xhiis train groes to Prosperity via trie t^ar^ain route IF a g-irl is in Love, that's tier business f IF a man. is in Love, that's f}i*s business ! IF they gfet married, it's our business to furnish. % tlieir homes witti the best \ FURNITURE We have just what you are looking" for in v v , Lounges, .Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Side Boards, Center a nd Extension Tables At prices that are but a soft touch: on the contents of vour purse. #*-• „Vf — 4 - Wt If & — 4t' Inducements " +*■ *<* ' about to buy all of tlieir of us. ... m for* J* ? fc J At « • ** 11ff fe Mi ten. 0 Jir, we a on• fjyyft i- ■ W fell TTnpgp , i.® i r, rl&iill Wm iiff:, > ' IMlii -V wPHii '. ;. 'v' r' T,: " '" ; ■**■'' '■!< "•■?• r" uJUiftv !.•'•• ' '.V- ./** . i • ,'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

—— '.""awt**"" "••*•' *—«-■" r=r:: *<-'- • ** i^Tt-i - «—r—•• Swft.■—•* - .TT-1 ii <.J3^ .'A- T' «M ■• mi*-*# '^#,1' . ,tfVv «'v •! « - «• * *' "-l- •-*" —' ■■ ,r _ - T'l •<►• < •■- '*.■!•>■• -\v< :«;.t ^^>^l QliaiBdSW*|!l*'lvtl,l*w1 — 7* . .. . .. -.. H ifciM I I ' million* I.. *■ m «—-«—1—-X Z. —.« m jlm i ^ |f'—"j" - -*.f -y- "*>.■' -W I. I- m *?r-\ CtP0 I •;T ? .♦>.<>•• #/• Vol. 11 No. 36. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TE2£., FRIDAY, JULY 20,1900. Whole No. 556. Good Goods, Quiek Service, bo«i Prices, Liatest Styles and Iiapgest Assortment Is why everybody will attend our Special Mid-Summer Clearance Sale, Monday, . Tuesday and Wednesday of next we6k. • Shirt waists and skirts to them, Several dozen of they must be sold while are fresh and new. Ladies $2 50 2.00 1.50 1.25 IOC 75 50 wear with each and the styles it ti «< 14 a if shirt ii it ti tt it a waist II II II tt it tt now ii II a a tt tt 1.85. 1.60. 1.15. 95. 75. 60. 40. 14 II ti tt it ii 2 50 li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

The fleuis. issued Every Friday by GEO. P. BARB£R, Editoi anct Proprietor, H1SYMOUI? - - TEXAB t ntored at the poatoltice, at Seymour, TexM i?.-coail-claanmail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCIIIPTON. One copy, ouo year $1.50 Onetsoyy.six months, ....x.... 7S. Ooooopy.tkreomonU.s 40. tSgr Invnriiifcly in advance. If not paid strictly ia advanco, fc2.0Q for on® eir will be charged. Member N. W. T. P. aad N. E. A. Ex. Com. FItlDAY, JULY 20, 1900. G jod Roads and How to Build Them. Fanners generally would like to have good roads, but they ipaflgine good roads mean intolerable taxa linn. They do not stop to con sider the intolerable tax they are paying for want of them. In an- swer to a general inquiry sent out by tbe New Jersey Department of Agriculture, a representative re ply was: "We are very proud of the country road. Even before it was laid by the state, proporty near it advanced nearly 50 per- cent in value. There is a piece of property here which could have been bought for $20,000 before ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

. . — *.<1* - ■• * -^T: v * * ,«r r--^*T,r ~-W"*-K+~*~ -w x>ar«i ' "" V" "_ , afi fceri'ption to "News" aod $1.00. B«st 10 swoet potatoes, SI.00. Best display of onions, year sab' ffcriptiou to "News" auii $2.00. Largest onion, SI.00. Largest squash, SI 00. Iiest display of tomatoes, $2.50. Largf-st tomato, 1.50. Best display of fruit, 2.50 pair Alines and 2 50. Best jar peaches, 2.00. Best jnr plains, 2.00. • Bi*st jar apricots, pair gloves and 1.00. , Best jnr grapas, L00. JJost fruited stalls olna, 1.00'. Largest castor beau stalk, 50 cents. An editor died and wandered 9- his way to where ho supposed a a warm welcome awaited him. The devil met him at the thres- hold and said: "For many years thou haet. borne the blame for the many er- rors that the printer made in the paper. Your paper has gone alas! for the dollar that foiled to come. Men have taken the paper, never paying for it and cursed you for not getting out a better one. Thou &ast been called a dead beat by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

MP € fVv . VI S I 1 7 i I u 5 ft ; tf r- i rl jf f 1- .1 V I n f) t ^■1 !'S ifjj !iP ■f i V , ; >j i 31 if 11 I ? P ll ■ « j j A|to Dl$? p^OU/51 I * . • 1 I' 'I « .♦ > , # :;t: ,1 j A The season for these goods is here and we have them all at lowest prices. We have just received a car of the lamous Bridge Beach & Co stoves s nd a car of Mitchell wagons on a big cut rate in freight and are ready to knock out all competition. When the ground gets hard remember you can plow it with a Hancock or Moline Dutchman disc plow only. When in need of furniture and wall paper come to us as we have a very complete and up-to-date stock of wall paper, the newest and latest designs. In fact when you need anything in the hardware, implement or furniture lines come to us. We also have a few words to say to you about dry goods. . - • , HOT BARGAINS IN COOL DRESS GOODS. ; We have just received a lot of dress goods in Lawns, Organdies and Dimities at closing out prices and are now prepared to g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

mmm ■"■.■mSr" ft* t.*. s ■■■ - ■ - 'v ■" '"*■■ ,mW* #**:■ .a -ofe> .,..* *j -li .1... «t*v * . >■ .■"•*'v ■?.' ■' ' «-a# - . **•&! 9t MAMMttMAMMI MMM < A pact. > When a person boys drugs he expects to get fresh pare ones. He does not want a substitute —"something just as good"—-but the original. We alleviate any such annoyance or doubt, for we carry a stock complete in every detail. When you come into iny store you get what you want, and as you want it—nothing less. You will insure gratifying results and avoid possible annoyances by giving me your trade. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED. the baylor drug store, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. nmyfmifWTiTTmriTT■ i ■ min■ ■ iminniiiiwuiiiww If You Want —The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on w. r. lee. Jj^Te carry in connect tion a complete line of Q-lass 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 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

w7*is*I r /£&\ j T' .««, I*kl | >:' |v, ;"• ••: .. , v-U^ ,J V ., -: ""Y1 E®re?) Ejw&i r''/.'; ■&&:*}&■ f'. . hi & , HH sAfciS *:" . , v - ,Used in Millions of Homes Try it once and you will | never drink any other VP- ASK TOUR GROCER FOR IT O WOOLSON SPICE COMPANY. TOLEDO. OHIO TEXAS COW-BOY'S REUNION. Race No. 3. Free for nil, throe-quarter mile. Purse $75. Trap Shoot. Each event of the shoot will be governed by American Asso- ciation rules. Event No. 1. targets. $1 entrance fee with $5.00 added money makes purse. 00 per rent, to winner. 5*0 per cent, to 2nd man and 10 per cent to 3rd best. Event No. 2. 20 targets. $1.50 entrance fee with $5.00 added money makes purse. The purse will be distributed as in event No. 1. Event No. 3. 15 targets. $1 entrance fee with $5.00 added money makes the purse that — the winner will bo entitled to. two or iaore horses L Event No. 4. '20 live pig- A Luxury within the reach of all Premium List in every Package TF T.-c ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 July 1900

.jy .J i>:T ..a-'. .-^SttSSSW "•! * ,,■-*■ •. -'jt' if?! GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECT011Y. Senator Dle'rict D. F. Rose. Uoj'iwifitutivfi 104th Dintrict,.. .T. H. 0. Peery. FIFTIifiTU JUDICIAL DliTRlCT. Judge50Ch District., B I. Newton, Attorney SGfcK Distiiot,.. Jo. A. P. Diokso.i Dietriot Work J. T. Harmon (BOUNTY. County Judge Carter Taylor. Bhorlff r.n<t Tax Collector, E. L.Craddock. Treasurer. ........E. a. Vanchor County Attorney, Ben Glasgow Tax Assessor, W. H. Frtmcia 'Comity Clerk.. J. T. Rauson Surveyor,. A. D.Kerr PRECINCT. (Commissioner Prec. No. 1, Q-. P. Barber. •Coininipfiioner Prec. No. 'i, Chaa. Randall. 'Commissioner Preo. No. 8 T. W. Parker. 'CommlBsionor Proc. No. 4, J. E. Morris. J. P. Precinct No. 1 ....Joe Wheat. Constable Precinct No. i, Nut Shaw. secret orders. i. 0.0. it. Beymoui Lo<3ro No. 353, I. O. O, F., meets every Thursday night. John F. Albright N. G. Ben M. Musser V. G. John T. Ranson Sec'y. John W. Dayeuport Treas. Geo. Barkley . .R. ...

Publication Title: Seymour News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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