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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 November 1900

iiiF T T n\ .- 1 ti- ll' if A Hi r < 7, I lot? i y| ■N lw*| V® Fi) }/•: \w Iil: IV wkMm*i OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF DHV BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CLOTHING is now in and ready for your inspection. Never before have our lines been fuller or more Up-To-Date than they, are now. Our line of Dress Goods is by tar tbe largest ever in Seymour and are as cheap as shrewd buying and close selling can make tnem. Ourstock of All-Overs, Appliques and Quimps is complete and range in price from two dollars per yar down to the four cent quality. We have also a magnificent line of Silks in China, Tafleta, and i io- cades at job lot prices in all colors and shades. Also a nice line of Velvets, plain, plaid and brocaded. Be sure to examine our price of 27 in. Black Satin at only one dollar per yard. Be suie to examine our line of Embroidery and Insertion at prices low enough for all. Below we quote a few of the staples and Dovelt now on hand : , Calicoes—Ha miltons, Epitants and Americat at 5c Cotton checks...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 November 1900

T * • * 'to ">r « • *A\ ,.^. ^«fwV ' 8 lr ( MAAOMMM MMMM IMMMMMM Should receive tlie strictest and most careful study in their compounding. None but standard and selected drugs should be used, for an error or 'inferior ingredients would be very dangerous. Why be uneasy? Entrust your prescrip- tions to us where the proper caution and skill will be exercised in filling them and none but superior and tested drugs will be used. Your interest, our care. THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. : —The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on W. R. Lee. We carry in connec- tion a complete line of G-lass and Qiieens- ware, Tin and Gran- ite ware, a nice and well assorted line of Cutlery. We are ex- clusive agents for the celebrated White Star Coffee-the best ok earth. We carry a complete line of Screen Doors and Screen Wire and will sell them cheap as you can get them. Respectfully, Br. D. W. Odell, of Round Timbers was in the city yester- dny professionally. Frank Camp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 November 1900

(■""1;; H ! 1 L t Kvt 41 p. ■ •v ,1 V . The fteuis. issnsd Every Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SKYMOUK - • TEXAS Katered at the post office, at Seymour. Tmm second-class mail mat tar. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. One copy, one year W.W One copy,sis mo&tha I <&• Oueeopy.three months W IV Invariably in adTanc*. It not ivilli «t rict 1* in advance, St.00 for ona ear will b charged. Mentor N. W. T. P. ud N. E. A. Ex. Coa. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1900. Some Famous "Nefs." The late Duke of Saxe-Coburg in- dulged in many curious and artistic hobbies, one of the most enthusiastic of which was the collection of antique "nefs," or small models of ships exe- cuted in silver. These quaint yet valuable specimens of the silver- smith's handiwork are, unfortuneate- ly, very rare. The British Museum, at London, does not possess a single example, and the South Kensington Museum is but indifferently repres- ented. The Czar of Russia possesses what ia geuera'.iy believed to be the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 November 1900

—AS ...771E HIGH-GRADE... eJUweftcNjat KO, 8 DflOP-HLAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING SSACHOm Possesses all tho modem improvements to be found in any firr.t-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years, manufactured VI ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO, ROCKFQRD, ILLItlOlS. AGENT9 WANTED. exclusive Territory given to responsible Dealers. ~~~snow banks HOBNOB with gumma? flowers and the days are always cool in Col- orado. No such combination of ros- torative resorts can possibly be found ae in cool and comfortable Colorado. JVIanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, I^ioma bodge, Romantic Platte Can- on, Shauunee Liodge, Soutl? Papk. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. You don't have to apol- ogize for riding on "The Denver." a. A. Glisson, G. A. P. D. cuablkb l. huijl, t. p. a. w. f. steklky, a. g. p. a. FOHT WOKTH,: : TEXAS. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thrive in the iucreased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncoutaminated air...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 November 1900

If «HB v ?v ! • Iran 1 ! '*/ m 1 i F I L fl I r- V-" |f L' 1 %■ 14 !'• ■—wwwjflftra ffigag IK "ANl*:JiWSEH0LE>/^©8®$" ^ S# I All Aboard This train jroes to Prosperity via the bargain route IF a £'irl is in Love, that's tier business ! IK a man is in Love, that's tiis business ! IF they gret iriarried, it's our business to furnish, ttieir homes with th£ best FURNITURE We have just what you are looking for in Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couchesr Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Side Boards, Center and Extension Tables AX prices that are but a soft touch on the contents of your purse. Ipdueemepts To tt|Ose who are about Starting m Housekeep- ing to buy all of tlrjeir Furnishings of us. ^ggggggBBgggg3aBB5iB5B5B5B5B5B5oi5B5n!5BB5i85B5BBB5BSBBBS?BBiB5B5B5B5B5B5B5elgBgB3B5B5B5BB3SBgBBg£?5^ • We rnake a specialty of these | IT QI€KIE\j| OCQS b and. will suit your icleas exactly. | This is Headquarters for h ii i All of the latest effects in ters, Ingrains, and Damasks, per until we have a chance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

1 Vol. 12 No. 2. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR GO.,.TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1900. Whole "NTo xvi O. y** —x 51 / - *Jvsnraow*urs« ran nrrrawn ttWW^n Hrr^wU * WW*'*. 'Ti .'V. fHP *lac^ *a "o We are equipped for the full trade with a stock which Tor size, range-of assortment and general attractions is not equalled ia Seymour. We are headquarters for all new things in popular-priced Dry Goods and Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, capes, jackets and collarettes, ladies ready made skirts and ladies ready made underwear of all kinds. W.V.'*!m'9TrKI Our dress goods department is surpassed by none in the city. Wo are showing somo of the latest crea- tions iu blue and gray suitings, im- ported plaids, something now and novel in plain or figured suiting, with bit,' " ie of brocade and plain Bril- liautines, Henriettas, serges, OUR TRIMMINGS are Gimps, Aopliquets, silks and vel- vets, ribbons rtnd laces. ST ATLE DEPA RTMENT. All dress prints go at 5c. 20 yds. cotton checks S?l. Good grade bleached...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

I M i I iff v. 1 m Our PUIns Letter. Emma, Texas, Nov. 12. In passing through the Llano pasture in Garza connty one no* tices that the bail storm which foil there a short time ago, has done pretty serious damage. The grass is badly beaten up and stock suffered to some extent. The grass is badly beaten up and stock suffered to bouip extent. The big tank in Moore's draw is a total wreck I learn. Another rain tell in the south- ern plains country this week I learn, but the wind had been blowing pretty briskly since and the ground soon dried oft*. The fall whs pretty heavy. Ttie hat ranch in Crosby has some tine looking cattle now. They have been buying recently and the old stock are fat so there is not a really bad looking animal to be seen. The range is fine and does not seem to have suffer- ed much from the rain. Water is plentiful. The spade ranch in Bordon county carried a bunch of cattle to their ranch in Lubbock county last week where they will hold them for the winter. Some of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

■'SW' f 1f -.,r ■ f. « • V.1 A GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 20th District, D. F. (Joss. Representative 104th District,.. .T. H. 0. Peery. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Judge 50th District S I. Newton. Attorney 50th District Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clerk, J. T. Hanson COUNTY. County Judge, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector E. L. Craddock. Treasurer, E. A. Fanoher County Attorney, Bon Glasgow Tax Assessor W. H. Francis County Clerk J. T. Hanson Surveyor, A. D. Kerr PRECINCT. Commissioner Preo. No. 1, G. P. Barber. Commissioner Prec. No. 2, Chas. Randall. Commissioner Prec. No. 3, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, J. K. Morris. J. P. Precinct No. 1 Joe Wheat. Constable Precinct No. i ....Nat Shaw. SECRET ORDERS. I. 0.0. P. Seymom Lodge No. !J53, I. O. O, F., moots every Thursday night. John F. Albright N. G. Ben M. Musser V. G. John T. Ranson Sec'y. Johu W. Day en port Treas. Geo. Barkley R. S. N. G. W. A. Bennett L. S. N, G. M. H. Barwise Chaplain. A. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

ir i t Jf r.' I . t ;< I :v- a M" Af i, ■ if;? Inii&ilr | i^«raP, '• 1 JPwte I M; i lij mSK' <>4V BBSflP W ) M Jsa* titoM* bp* - *• MM< __ ■NIP? wr. ; . <■.->■- .*S '• <"'"+# ■ WT OUR IMMENSE STOCK.. OF DRY BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CLOTHING is now in and ready for your inspection. Never before have our lines been fuller or more Up-To-Date than they are now. Our line ol Dress Goods is by far the largest ever in Seymour and are as cheap as shrewd buying and close selling can make them. Our stock of All-Overs, Appliques and Quimps is complete and range in price from two dollars per .yard down to the four cent quality. We have also a magnificent line of Silks in China, Tafieta, and Bro- cades at job lot prices in all colors and shades. Also a nice line of Velvets, plain, plaid and brocaded. Be sure to examine our price of 27 in. Black Satin at only one dollar per yard. L e sure to examine our line of Embroidery and Insertion at prices low enough for all. I <- ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

I'V* r*"k'T -s«. •Af'. •' ,< • '* ) <' V t i i I ' Q0/h/t)09 Sepse /}s?d ^opomy Should be used when you buy Drugs as well as IN other lines. You show both when you patronize me for I handle only pure and fresh drugs—the kind you should use, and ask you consistent prices. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Consider this before you purchase elsewhere Can quote you close prices on THE BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FORREST TAYLOR, Prop. IJ —The— Cheapest and Fresh- est Groceries in the City call on "W. R. Lee. We carry in connec- tion a complete line cf Glass and Queens- ware, Tin and Gran- ite ware, a nice and well assorted line ol Cutlery. We are ex- clusive a,gents for the celebrated W hi t e 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. {hem. Spread Like Wildfire. When things fire "the best" they | becomes "tho bust selling." Abra- I ham Have, a loading druggist, of i Belleville, ()., writes: "Electric Bit- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

T >. >w I * 5 r. j j ? i - [ 11 1 < . i; ■ •*>. - r. fcvl'v ; "V V' ifljWI WWMIWli;ilWMlW IIIM A Sarcastic Editor. If the business man sees fit lo daub bis note uoteheads and en- yelopes with a rubber stamp and 111 da lead outsiders to tbink there is no printer in the town, he ought to be salted. Such a man as that when he comes to die ought to have bis obituary aud the usual resolutions of bis lodge printed on a board fence with a rubber stamp. And when he has a baby at his bouse, or a party, or a son or daughter gets married, or he gets married himself, a full account of the important event might be printed with a rubber stamp on a sheet of wrapping paper and be tacked on bis front door. And if he is a candidate for office he uligbt stamp himself a label to the effect that be wants to be a cons- table or road overseer or justice of the peace as the case may be, and pin that on the bosom of his pants. And when the opposition jumps onto him he might stamp another label p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

\ WS ...THE HIGH-GRADE... SUweSlo\bfll NO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAMILY SEWING CMACHINE Possesses all the modern improvements to be found in any first-class machine. Sold at papular prices. Wan-anted ten years. MANUFACTURED DY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS. AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to responsible Dealers. lytjww.'waffniMWwn SNOW BANKS HOBNOB with gummcp flowers and the days are always cool in Col- orado. No such combination of res- torative resorts can possibly be found as in cool aud comfortable Colorado. flflanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, I^iouua Iiodge, l^otrsantie Platte Can- on, Shauunee Iiodge, Soutl? Pafk. Observation Sleeper Sim Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. You don't have to apol- ogize for riding on "The Denver." A. A. GLISBON, (i. A. P. D. OH Allies L. HULI„ T. P. A. «W. F. BTKHX.KY, A. (J. P. A. FOliT VVOKTti, : : TEXAS. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thrive in the increased deep aud pure breath-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 23 November 1900

.'iliin li KMtemmi IwP' ** Hwnmmmn I HoPi iffi i $ Ws "/mm. m tap t-Vrirx /Aboard Tliis train o-oes to Irrosi">ority via tlic Vx\ro"n:n route IF a ^firris in Love. tliat's Iicr business ! IK a, man is in Love, tliat's his business ! IF tliey <;ret married, it's our business to furnisli tlieir liomes witl] the best FURNITURE We liave just what you are looking: for in Lounges, Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Side Boards, Center and Extension Tables At prices tliat are but a soft touch on the contents of vour purse. E$pe<;ial Ipdueemepts To those who are about Starting; in Housekeep- ing; to buy all of their Furnishings of us. fv \Jr w VoAr- . We make a specialty of these | k f Qiamg D2uS •. and will suit your ideas exactly. g I -TKiCaF-t/i This is Headquarters for WALL PAP All of the latest effects in Glimmers; Flit- ters, Ingrains, aW Damasks. Don t pa- per until we have a chance to figure on your work. SEYMOURV TEXAS. p Full Business Scholarship to be t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

£•> 0 ^ •/" , " ;i * \L V I She Scnmonr JSfcuJS. ft- 'Vol. 12 No. 3. mm EH SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30,1900. Whole No. 674 WE WANT YOUR TRADE. <> o o o o $ ^ATill Sell Best Goods at Lowest Market Prices <> o o o o o Can please any customer for large or small bills RETAIL OR WHOLESALEI 11 FOR CASH. Oar clothing department is pur- assed bv none in this part of the est. All wool Casimere and Cali- fornia suits 19.50 to $12.50 would be cheap at $12.50 and $15.00. We have full line oheviots, worsted etc. in black and fancy colors from $7.00 to $12.50. Youths clothing age 18 to 19, $1.00 to $10.00. Boys knee suits age 3 to 15, 75c. to $100. MENS ODD PANTS. Good grade all wool California pants, $4.00 worth $5.00. Fine grade casimeres, blaok and fancy worsteds from $2.00 to $4.50. Cotton worsted Mississippi jeans $1.00 to $im Black and brown corduroys $2.00 to $3.00. K Mens navy blue milton overcoats, long of short, $S.50 to $12.50. Big line men's and boys ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

r t? >; n 4 , % *• • ■ i i f , } 4 > S 3 i | •I ■ 4 r >- t 1 • 1 i f • ((« $ u fflEJMn I 1 m - \"%m *gHg +*■^.4NNH^1 ^ „,!<«*.. +4*vnt,**s%+n '+> ' - * M "Willi Hill niwwIWi The Abilene papers are gMnjc! DO YOU^GET- UP wild over a 15 pound potato; tbe' B'ownwood paper* are rejoicing over the fertility of Brown county )aud which produces potatoes weighing five or six pounds; Mid- land papers are whooping things np over a 5 pounder; Motley conn- ty papers go into raptures over a 10-pounder, and on dowu the liue from one end of Texas to the otb, er, there is a racket raised ovei potatoes of a similar size. So far none have goue around the Mail's 21-pounder—and that's no joke.— j wonderfully successful In promptly curing Merkel Mail. i ^me back> k,dn«y> bladder, uric acid trou- i blea and Bright's Disease, which is the worst Some Deadly Snakes. | form of kidney trouble. , I Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec- Iu the United btates there are ! ommended for everything ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

■wlfr • |. r*. ® 4^ * V, !'■.' h V GENERAL DIRECTORY. ... Curtflr Taylor. . .E. L. f.rarldock. ...E. A. Fflnciijor ....Ben (i Ihhi;ow .. .W. H. Kruncia ... (J. P; Barber. ..Chan, Ituixlail. ...T. W. Parker. ....J. E. Morris. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Benator 89tii District D. K. tinw, Kepren..ntafive 104th District,.. .T. H. C Peery. FfFTTSTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 3uri«o fitJth District B I. Newton. Attorney SOtli District Jo. A. P. Dickson District Clsfk,... J. T. Hanson COUNTY. County Jmlirn, Sheriff uiul Tax Collector,. Trensnvor County Attorney, Tax AsBeBsor, Conuty Clsrk J. T. Hanson Surveyor, A. 1). Kerr PRECINCT. Commissioner Proe. Mo. 1, Commissioner Preo. No. 1!,... Commissioner Proc. No. 8 Commissioner Proo. No. 4,.... J. P. Precinct Mo. 1 Joe Whoat. Constublo Precinct No. 1, Nat Sh«\r. SECRET ORDERS. I. O.O. V. Seymoni Lodjfe No. 353. I. O. O, F., meets every Thursdiij niglit. Johu F. Albright N. G. Ben M. Musser V. G, John T. Ruuson Soc'y. John W. Dayeuport Tieas. Goo. Bark ley R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

w: r I :) , W * I H f £ l * • 1 f: 11 I ! ' If Ig, L ■• OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CLOTHING is now in and ready for your inspection. Never before have our lines been fuller or more Up-To-Date than they are now. Our line of Dress Goods is by far the largest ever in Seymour and are as cheap as shrewd buying and close selling can make them. Ourstock of All-Overs, Appliques and Quimps is complete and range in price from two dollars per yard down to the four cent quality. We have also a magnificent line of Silks in China, Taffeta, and Bro- cades at job lot prices in all colors and shades. Also a nice line of Velvets, plain, plaid and brocaded. Be sure to examine our price of 27 in. Black Satin at only one dollar per yard. Be sure to examine our line of Embroidery and Insertion at prices low enough for all. Below we quote a few o! the staples and novelties now on hand: Calicoes—Hamiltons, Epitants and Americat at 6c Cotton checks at 6c A full line of Chevoits, H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

jejlrkr o o o 4 <► o HOLIDAY TO ALL GREETING Do you want to make the little ones merry, your old D10^®F feel joyful, your father glad, and all your friends hap- py? To be sure you do. _ I^an aid you greatly with my immense stock of HOLI- DAY GOODS just received, everything new, something for every one, objects of beauty and artistic skill. My display is much larger and prettier than ever was shown before. A great feast for your eyes to behold. Will take pleasure in showing you through my entire se- lections whether you purchase or not. No trouble to show goods You intend to buy, at the same time you expect to get your moneys worth you do not wish to be disappointed. Con- sult me, I have exercised much care and judgment in obtain- ing my stock and intend giving my customers the benefit there-of. Every article is servicable and appreciable. You can find just what you WANT and what your friends want at prices that will comfort your conscience and not strain your purse. OUR OPINION, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

{ m: Jh, • fe.' i 'i . 1! i .i i'lffi-j k| " ■\ s , .j*F,U nv«JW III-I, ' r^Cfca22!SIWiUiJ!S^^ , • fT'^lfffl' f'T *-nHlr)rj«||«i ' <fl|I|i''JHf-t ;i| The fleuis. Ie*n*rt tCtarj Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, ...... . Editoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUIJ . . TEXAS £antred at th« poetotiice, at Seyraoar. 1'itn •>*con<!-c)a6BiuaiI matter. THERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. < W copy, oa« year '>n«(-oi>y,! ix month* x 7ft. < <u ooi>}. thr*« months . 40. CT~ Inmri&bly in advance. f i.of nuii! in advance. 2.00 for oao y *r Will bo charged. MfjHBcr N. W. T. P. md fi. E. A. Ex. Co®. , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1900. Different Here. The western girl who bet a kiss for every state that Bryan carried against a box of candy for every one that McKinley carried, has set an example that a good many young men may be glad to propose to their girJs at the next election. It's the only bet we have heard of in which both sides win.—Tyler Democrat-Republic. We do not print this for the benefit of youn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

I rt " «iMWiMM TT ,THE HIGH-GRADE.. \ KO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET FAfflLY SEWING £MACHINE Possesses all .the modern Improvements to bs found in any first-class machine. Sold lit popular prices. Warranted ten ysars, MANUFACTURED DY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. ROCKrORD, ILLINOIS. AGENT3 WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to responsible) Dealers. SNOW BANKS HOBNOB with gummer flowers an(i the days are always cool in Col- orado. No Buch combination of res- torative resorts can possibly be found as iu cool aud comfortable Colorado. JVTanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, l^iocua Iiodgc, Romantic Platte Can* on, Shawnee liodge, Soutl? Park. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. You don't have to apol- ogize for riding on "The Denver." A. A. GLIBSON, tt. A. P. D. Chablvk L. HCLL, T. P. A. W. F. Steele?, A. (i. P. A. l'OKT WOiiTH, : : TEXAS. P. S.—liny Fever can not thrive iu the increased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncoutaniinn...

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