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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 November 1900

7T jSiJ.J_.k-; " -«* r 'V — ♦ . U V IP V Mr V * % V is.'. 1 I II K All Aboard Tliis train jroes to Prosperity via the bargain route IF a jrirl is in Love, that's tier business ! IF a man is in Love, that's his business ! IF they get married, it's our business to furnish their homes with the best FURNITURE We have just what you are looking for in Lounges; Bed Room Sets, Couches, Rocking Chairs, Secretaries, Boards, Center and Extension Tables At prices that are but a soft toucli on the contents of vour purse. u j ;< v., . To tt|Ose who arc about Starting in Housekeep- ing: to buy all of th|eir Furnishings of us. tp 1 i« . . We rqake a specialty of these roiaicvg DCQS • anci will suit your ideas exactly. This is Headquarters for L! \X l! ( WAL PAPER All of the latest effects in Glimmers, Flit- ters, Ingrains, and Damasksl Don't pa- per until we have a chance to figure on your work. • - SEYMOUR, TEXAS. If) pull Business Scholarship to be Oiv?i} to ftai}, U/omap, Boy or Girl Recsivig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

■tm • , % Mmm* 1* Weu>0. Vol. 12 No. 6. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TE±., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1900. Whole No. 577 | WIHIHHIIi l II.. 0 ™ W w « ~ ~ i „™ • <*> & %* <&• it i> €> ❖ *& § ❖ ❖ ■tf* *fr # # # # f # ■#" WE WANT YOUR TRADE if* * Will Sell Best Goods at Lowest Market Prices t FOR CASH Can please any customer for large or small bills RETAIL O WHOLESALE! Our clothing department is sur- passed bv none in this part of the West. All wool Caaimere and Cali fornia suits $9.50 to $12.50 would bo cheap at $12.50 and $15.00. We have full line cheviots, worsted etc. in black and fancy colors from 57.00 to $12.50. Youths clothing age 13 to 19, $1.00 to $10.00. Boys knee suits ago 3 to 15, 75c to $4.00. MENS ODD PANTS. Good grade all wool California pants, $-100 worth $5.00. Fine grade caaiuiHrKS, black and fancy worsteds from $2.00 to $4.50. Cotton worsted Mississipoi jwans $1.00 to $1.50. Black and brown corduroys $2.00 to $3.00. Mens navv blue mil ton overcoats,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

• ^*^*^WMW4N<y * '. ' j^* -*■ y .*/►- -t —i.; *>V' JriidJtjfo<2 i vm I «*C .</ \ - I..;- I '"■ : * • It V" r Call For Conveotioo. To Members of the National Live Stock Association and all those interested iu the Live Stock In- dustry: In accordance with the acfiou of the Board of Control, the Fourth Annual Convention of the National Live Stock Association is hero by called to meet in the Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah, January 15, 1901, at 10 o'clock A. M., and con- tinue in session during that day, the lGth, 17th and 18th. Delegates will be admitted according to the provis- ions of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association as follows: The Governor ot each State and Territory shall be eulitled to appoint three delegates at large. The Board of County Commission- ers in each county where there are no regularly organized live stock as- sociations shall be entitled to appoint one delegate. Each State aud Territorial, county or local association of cattle, horses' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

rj.■ >"\+ • < m GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 8enator JOth District D. p. 9om, ltepresftntativb 104th District, A. T. Gny. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DI8TH1UT. JadgoftOth District S I. Newton. Attorney 50th District, Chas. B. Coombea. District Clerk, Nut. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. County Judge,. Cart or Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, A. L. Board. Treasurer, E. A. Panchor County Attorney Jo. Wheat. Tax Asspnsor, W. H. Francis County Clerk k..Nut. (J. Mitchell. Surveyor, A. D. Korr Public Weigher A. O. Jones. precinct. Commissioner Preo. No. 1 B. P. Bowman, Commissioner Prec. No. 2, Chas. Bandall. Commissioner Preo. No. 8, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, Esca Hurrison. J. P. Prcoinct No. 1 R. C. Jono*. Constable Precinct No. 1, W. H. Elkins. se'jret orders. I. O. O. P. Beymotti Lottee No. 353. I. O. O, P., meets every Thursday night. Johu F. Albright N. G. Ben M. Musser V. G. John T. Hanson Sec'y. John W. Davenport Treas. Geo. Barkley E. S. N, G. W. A. Bennett, L. 8. N, G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

I HOLiDAY GOODS That are Useful S , - ox "', I''* V T •% • * *, \.j] '>'* 'I . >v *i i 11 'v1 It «■;" it i f, I " ' 'I ) If * Nl s. #h ||M |fc| U®1 eIM HI Christmas is coming and you will want to make your friend or loved ones a present that will be of use to them. These we have in every department of our store. We have now on exhibition one of the nicest and largest assortments of Lamps, Glass sets, Chamber sets, Dinner sets, Glass and Queens- ware that we have ever had. These goods are specially suited to the Holiday trade and can't fail to please you. JUST A FEW WORDS ABOUT FURNITURE! Everybody knows we are knocking ail competition silly in the Furniture business and our line will be more complete for the Holiday trade than at any time during the year. Wo nre going to uuload next week a full car of the fioost and most up-to-date Furniture ever brought to Seymour. Timas are more prosperous and people want better goods. We have bought them. It you contemplate buying a nice Ke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

+ + i r O Be Wise v IIIIIIUWIII IVMVNiW Buy Your holiday (joods JVfou/ it o i't You will greatly regret it if you delay longer. Our sales have been unprecedented and our large stock is diminishing rapidly—necessitating re-ordering. These NEW GOODS have arrived and we invite your attention—you should see them, every thing suitable for Christmas presents. Medallions, albums, Grecian vaSr es, toilet cases, lap tablets, mirrors, books, photo frames and fine stationery. SILVER WARE—A full line, every piece warrant- ed, it is like putting money away when you buy it. & jONLY3DAYS|LlEpTl COME NOWTl BAYLOR DRUG STORE, POOREST TAYIiQR, ' PROPRIETOR. Land Sales. Fancher Bros, report the sale of the following lands: Sec. 25, 640 acres sold to Bel- lows & Bunkley. Sec. 51, 220 acres sold to R. W. Thomas. Sec. 59, Oil acres sold to D. E. Brown all above H. & T. C. Railroad lands. feec. 3, 040 sold to J. E. Cham- bers. Sec. 7, 640 sold to T. S. Thom- as. Sec. 11, 640 sold to R. W. &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

C? • +&-T *ar •EuHRBnESBSKT i t «' ,#vvrr «a#$ ^Rjy4t **1 v •* ' fr. 8 I !>v w *1 jr" 'J"' >*' ■•4V3. «;i!. Sk""' I .:^,<r~* >. fSj <• «. i ijri'vife HE fe The flecas. laaueii Every Friday by /GEO. p. barber, Editoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUl* • - texas Entered at the poBtoflioe, at Seymour. Texas ftaooad-olaeemail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. Oneoopy. one year W*6tl One oopy, six months, ....a 7R- One copy, three months *°- W Invariably in advance. (f not. on id strictly in advance, Sii.OO for one j mr will be obarged. Member N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. Com. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1900. Program of Little Wichita Baptist Association. Fifth Sunday meeting with Sey mour Baptist church, Dec. 30th and 3lBt A. D., 1900. 1st. Introductory sermon Fri day night (29th) Rev. L. M. More head. 2nd. Devotional exercises Sat- urday at 9 o'clock a. m. by Rev W. P. Harmison. DISCUSSION. 1st. Is tithe giving obligatory upon christians under the New Testament dispensation, Dr. J. H Ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

V K& ...THE HIGH-GRADE... $leweflcn§a£ HO, 3 DROP-KEAD CABS NET FAMILY SEWING cMACIUNB Possesses all the modern improvements to be found in any first-class machine. Sold ct popular prices. Warranted ten years, * MANUFACTURED CY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. RQCKFORD, ILLINOIS. AGENTS V/ANTF-Q. LZxctaxlvo Territory jriven to resposstolo Dfaiira. SltltiSfE?! vjetrrzT--sv nnm* mmkwim ■ hiwib unii— SNOW BANKS HOBNOB with gummer flowers and tho days are always cool in Col- orado. No such combination of res- torative resorts can possibly be found as iu cool and comfortable Colorado. jVIanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Pat*k, I^iou.ia Iiodge, fjomanlie Platte Cann on, Shaaunsc Ltodge, Soutl? Paz<k. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springe, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. You don't have to apol- ogize for riding on "The Denver." A. A. OJjIBHON, (J. A. P. D. CHARLES L. HULL, T, P. A. W. K. Steiiley, A. G. P. A. 1'OKT WOli'fH,: : TEXAS. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 December 1900

IIMIIHPHbMB i* " ANI*d USEHOLI)kfi&OB&S VW ;®f: m;: : &# I^P4C> m^' ', te':: '<' v iliS'Elwif * VV'v. - -V '' mmm ■fcim- • ■■,,- ■;'! sVMVj Mjjf l;8aB#«:;; ;,: ••. •; tx; mu -*i St'it •: All Aboard • . / This train groes to Prosperity via the bargain route IF a gfirl is in Love, that's tier "business i IF a man is in Love, that's his business ! IF they gfet married., it's our business to furnish, their homes with the 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 vour purse. J! *i ,' iJ': fctf' ■■'Uf 'u^ ; -: uj '* ',"*?>• /i '■ it ,;Oi y'^ To tt|ose who are about Starting; in irigr to buy all of tlrieir Furnishings of us. J| sT" (■ v '""'i'-A ' K.r' ; ' ''vV. Foldmg Beds: anci •' We^ake a specialty of these will suit your ideas exactly.} Wil-'j,' '>r\: ' V $%■ V MV . ' •■■ L* ' ' , ■ . - Lcia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

I'll "nil' 'I Vol. 12 No. 11. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, JANUARY 26.1901. Whole No. 682 BSE mm as of Won! L I 4 Such as Inflammation, Congestion, Ulceration, Irregularities, etc., sttc awfully treated by Dir. Ahlman without Operations, without curetting Without pain, by a method of his Own discovery. , Thousands of ladies suiter from di- leasee peculiar to the Sax without knowing that the? are afflicted in that way. They ascribe their suffer- ing to some other causa The follow- ing symptoms show disease present: Ifeadache; a burning sensation at the top add back part of the head ; a feeling of pain, heaviness or puffiness ib die lower p%rt of the abdomen; dragging do*a sensations ; trouble .with the stooiach and digestion ; pain end cramping in limbs; pain under Mhoulder blades* weak back ; sinking Spells ; fluttering of the heart j hot tad cold flashes over the body tad face ; itrigUlari(?, With taore or less t>ain and an unhealthy discharge. The old treatment, as all wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

5& * , « < « v I i V # *1 * , *9 %" Our Plains Letter. Emma, Tex., Jan. 14,1901. There baa beeu very little trading among cattleman recently aa every- body has been taking Christmas holi- days. A few sale* of yearlings are the only trades 1 have heard of. O. B. Kelly, ranch manager of the O S ranch in Gnrza county paid Emma a flying visit this week. He said the outlook was promising on the ranch cattle fat, grass good .and a very fair supply of wa- ter. I met a man from northern New Mexico this week and learned that grass was injured considerably by the rains late in the fall but so far, stock were in very fair order. Loco has not done very much dam- age there but further south horses are eating it badly. •Surface water is plentiful. Lubbock county is in better shape now than was expected during the Fall. Grass has rotted very little and stock are in good condition. Surface water is lasting very well. H. C. Wills, of Crosby coun ty has recently been buying a £w young mares an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

v j,niL.vjr.rr •« *i *^'T r; •* •«. • • *, ,• r-,V --v t -« <y V GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 20th District D. V. (Jnaa, Rapre«*ntative 104th Diatriot A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. .Judge 50th District, 8 I. Newton. 'Attorney 50th Diatriot, Cliaa. B. Coombus. ) ^ Diatrict Clerk Nat. O. Mitchell. n COUNTY. Coon t t Judge .Garter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector A. L Board. Treasurer, E. A. Faneher County Attorney Jo. Wheat, Tax Aafteosor,. W.K. Francis Comity Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor A. D. Kerr Public Weigher, A. O. Jones. PRECINCT. Commiasioner Prec. No. I, B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Prec. No. 2, Uhaa. Kandall, t'ommissioner Prec. No. 8 T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, Eaca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. C. Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1, W. H. Elkins. SECRCT ORDERS. I. O. O. F. Soy moo i Lodge No. 89V. I. O. 0, F., .meets everj Thursday night. B. M. Musser N. 01 • Geo. Berkley.^... «.«..«•*Vi O, P. N.Taylor...... Lolly Weatherly.. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

I rbuckles' 4.\ \ i it •m • v . t * t r* * I '' ■*$?. • * "* m .>, > 1 v ffc/. Y'-O <• f • "i. 'v., > * *■•' ? .. ■4v The low price at which A rbuckles' famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale. It should not be classed withihe inferior imitations sold at • cent a pound less than Arbuckles*. It has a ~ quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound. No other firm in the world can buy cofiee to so good advantage As the producers of Arbuckles' Coffee. No other coffee is cleaned, roasted or blended with such great care and Skill. When you buy Arbuckles' you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price. You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article. FuU information with each package, . Save the signatures.. M'i J. \ ARBUCKLE BUOt Notion Dept. rtowYorkCitjr.N.Y* f .; i !'. ARMY I will buy fat horses and mares for army y • '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

t >v.LSs' %;* NF ^ gr ••> « ,.A t / •?>4 "*v? Is* . PURE o o o o o o 4 o o <► O- Has Plenty of Lumber. While all the Lumber yards | in thp surrounding towns are j short on lumber^ W. Q. 'Bow- I man & Co'.>; SeyW&ir,- Texas, a | have plenty to |n^y the de- ^ J mand of the entir&j northwest, ^ J and in .the greatestHassortment. 4 jt Last Saturday this firm loaded i>\ six wagons for Dickens City and four for Aspermont,.* This i l yard loads this many wagons i I* every day and yet you cannot Should be the fiwt consideration whep bujring tbeoo \ jj^ on their stock of general assortment of lumber, because —Sometimes a life oo their purity. Whena^ physician prescribes a drug, he expects to derive certain +, t effects therefrom, if he does not there is only one cuase— 4 ^ impurity of the ingredients used. Your life is worth too J , much to experiment with stale and inferior drugs, bo** bring your Pf^ESCl^IP'iriONS tome where you 'f will run no risk. The desired...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

% #5*- .—■* r'*#W- Iff"* I The Necus. IhiikI lt r| Friday kj GEO. P. •ARBER, Bclltoi and Proprietor. tKYMOUR • • TKXAH (CnUrtxl il the poetofflee. it 8*|««w. Teaea ••eond-elaaa mail m tur. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. <tu copy, one year Oneeopy.aixiA«ntha, ....* ••• Oa*Nf}.UrHBntki pr Innrlthl; in idiUM. If not Mid •trioUr is adrenee, $1.00 for oae ,*r will b efeargea. !Mer N. W. T. r. ul *. L i Ei.C* FRIDAY, JANUARY 25,1901. Cekweki ud Out*. An old time remedy to stop blood flowing from a cot la to put cobwebs over It. bat from recent discovery It ap- pears a dangvrona thing to da Some time ago a woman fell and cut her licad. and when her friends hurried to her assistance they found the blood flowing from a deep gash. Cobwebs were applied, and the bleeding quickly stopped, but In a few days the woman was taken with lockjaw. A scientist declared there were lock- Jaw germs In cobwebs, and that was the way the woman contracted the dis- ease. He has made quite a study of the subject snd sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

JA'r -i "I fct'V For Sale. I have some choice business property, centrally Jocated iu Sey- mour, for sale cheap on good terms. Jo. Wheat. There is a rumor and not without foundation that Archer City will se- cure a railroad in the near future. The news comes from a good source that the old grade o f the Red River & Southwestern has been purchased by H. J. Scott of Canada and Hal- sell of Decatur and that these gentle men will build the road from Hen- rietta to Abilene, during the coming spring. The grade is completed from Henrietta to this point, a distance of 30 miles.—Archer Dispatch. %/ SNOWBANKS HOBNOB with gummer flowcrg 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. JWanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, Kiouua bodge, Romantic Platte Can- on, Shacunee bodge, Soutty Park. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. You ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 25 January 1901

* % I'M trf I if I" •<vr' « '1 \ *r:\' ' ft? :'| > v'' —• • —r ^2500 CASH. THE AGENTS BEST CHANCE. few Year. New Areata. Hew Methods. The Constitution now offers 12500 \o Cash PriJM to agent# for the wt best agents work during the first tjfuarfcer of tbe first rear of the new reatury. Omitting all coateats, ex- ceptfor agsnta, they place tba whole anas to the agent's credit and make fhe terms equitable for diatributiag it oyer the whole territory. To ar- range this the South has been divid- ed iato foar sections, as follows: 1st Section. Virginia, North Caro- lina, Sooth Carolina and Florida. 2nd Sacqoo. Ten and Mississippi- 3rd Section. Georgia. Mb Section. Territory and Okla- meots being presided orer by Mrs. William King. The Constitution has just complet- ed the 31st Tear of its existeuoe. Clark Howell being the editor and Colonel W. A. Hemphill its business manager. Its naiue is a household word in every Southern State, from Virginia to Texas. It has always been in es- pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

• / J I (> s. TBS*? ill <ty, >A / * \ „ I 'fa v.- V * II V / 1 TT Wr "" >■- 5 Vol. 12 No. 13. SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. Whole No. 584 Of I A Such as Inflammation, Congestion, Ulceration, Irregularities, etc., suc- cessfully treated by Dr. Alilman without operations, without curetting without pain, by a method of his own discovery. Thousands of ladies suffer from di- seases peculiar to the sex without knowing that they are afflicted in that way. They ascrifce their suffer- ing to some other cause. The follow- ing symptoms show disease present: Headache ; a burning sensation at the top and back part of the head ; a feeling of pain, heaviness or puflSness in the lower part of the abdomen ; dragging down sensations ; trouble with the stomach aud digestion ; pain and cramping in limbs ; pain under shoulder blades, weak back ; sinking spells ; fluttering of the heart; hot and cold flashes over the body and face ; hrigularity, with more or less pain a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

Il sou am yoiug to CuJifaruia th' wiul^r, nr expect to v'vit A'itt'Uu NortUpru Now will pir, you to #i:\ke tho trip via Th Triui dad GtttuwHja uaiujf tho jumjquullo<f service of ''Ttiw D« nv«r litwui" in con .section with th** Santa Fe throu^i aervico to tho eomtt. D >t; • u road our con tost Cured I y r<inretltnv, This I* mi lOtijjllsli story,-and, strange as It niny sotin, It made n lilt when It •was told at tho I.nrnba' club, nay# the /N *w York Telegraph. It wjis periw- trntrd by Lawrciiru d'Ornay. the Eur- ^ Itali. actor. Several members of the Hub spun yarns of dubious merit, ■when Mr. d'Orsay In hi} peculiar way bepan: „ "Now, Kcntlemeji, IM1 relate a story." Ono mmi present* pulled out his watch, and they all thought It was go- ing to be a serial. One or two started to go, but the actor stopped them by ld§ assurance that the story wouldn't be very long. ,, * "There was a friend of mine In Lon- don," he said, "who was an Incessant cigarette smoker. Finally he lost hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

► *>•*'' i ■^1 X ■ rw'A GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 89th Disfrtot, D. F. (Joce. Bepreeentative 104th Dtstrio*, A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DI8TK1CT. Jadi;a 50th District, 3 I. Newton. Attorney 50th District, Chas. B. Coombee, Distriot Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. County Judge, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, A. L Board. Treasurer E. A. Fancher County Attorney, Jo. Wheat. Tax Assessor, W. H. Francis County Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor,, . A. D. Kerr Pablio Weigher A. O. Jonea. PRECINCT. Commissioner Free. No. 1, B. F.Bowman. Commissioner Preo. No. 2 Chan. Uandall. Commissioner Preo. No. 8, T. W. Parker. Commissioner Preo. No. 4, Bsoa Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. O, Jones, Constable Precinct No. 1, W. H. Elkins. SECRET ORDERS- v i.o.o.f. Boymoui Lodge No. 353. I, O. O, F., meets every Thursday night, • v Bi M, Musser«•*••«*••....N. G, Geo. Barkley V. G. P. N.Taylor Secretary. Lolly Weatherly Trews, John Knox Rep. J. W. Davenport Warden. J. ...

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