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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 16 December 1898

cattlt UK Fails tor $2,009,090 Tbe eeneutioo of the «• « tbe failure of the so-called cat- tle king. Grant 6. Gillett, of Wood the man who used to go down iuto Texas and ship out cattle to the accompaniment of a brass baud. He Mt Woodbine ou Tuesday of last week aaying that he was going to ahip in more cattle, and nothing has bwn heard of him since that time. A number of rumors regarding his whereabouts are afloat, one of which is that he is in the neighborhood of HigKin*) where he is said to hare au interest in a cattle ranch; another is that he was last heard from in New Tork and was on his way to Spain; another and more likely story is that he was recently seen in Port Worth and is believed to have gone to old Mexico. The amount of money that he carried awaj with him is variously estimated at horn 9600,000 to 9800.- 000. The estimate of his total in- debtedness also varies, some of them piecing it as high as $2,000,000. As ~ he never kept any books it is next to impossible for hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 December 1898

Wr** - f ... r /v ' T $ f x -\ Vol. 10 No. 8 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEO. 30, 1898. Whole No. 476. This is no removal sale. I am no peddler and have no old stock to pack from place to place. All my inter- ests are in Seymour and I am here to stay. I am just simply going to quit handling CLOTHING and de- vote my attention more extensively to DRESS GOOD3 and SHOES. h$ii$h$i $ $i (ft i$> i$i $ $ ifrifl $ ifr i| t| «$> $ $ '$"$ $« i|> lft i| $'$ 'I' $$ 'I1 'I1 'I1 *$* la 'ft 'I1 'I' $"fp $ «t"$> $ $ *$* Going out of the Clothing Business! * * Am going to close out every suit in the house. Nothing reserved; every ready-to-wear garment in Men's, Boy's and Children suits goes at $j I Actual Cost. The Biggest stock, the Newest Goods, the Latest Styles l| If you expect to buy a suit, overcoat or pair of pants this season, NOW is the time, and My Storejj the place. Here's the way I'll slash prices : jn Ghildrens' knee pant $1.25 Suits this sale $ .85. « " « 3.00 u "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 December 1898

v \* v *5> -~X<f X 11- ■ "HE NEWS, SEYMOUR; BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 30,1898. The flewis. iM«(J Ercrj Kri'iaj by GEO. P. BARBER, Editcu and Proprietor. *KYMOU* . . TEXA: Rataredattbe poftofiee.w Styaov. T«zi> ■ 9o>adr class mai 1 matter. Ifrier H. W, T, ft ud H. 11M Ceo FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1898. The Confederate amendmeDt to the Constitution of Texas carried by a "majority of 3,83&. The voie was 56,913 for, and 53,074 against. A very small vote and a close call for the aid of the old confederate sol diet*. The people are so preju- diced against constitutional amendments that it is a hard Matter to get them to Vote for even the most deserving ones. At any rate this amendment deserved a; better fate than it received: at the hands of the people of Texas on Nov. 1st, 1898. Free Paper and Free Pulp. Washington, Dec. 27.—The Ameri- can Newspaper Publishers' associa- tion has presented to the Anglo- American joint high commissioners a carefully prepared argument in favor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 December 1898

Texas Live Stock Association. To the members of the Texas Live Stock association and- all . persons directly or indirectly in- terested in the growing and mar- keting ol live stock: > You are cordially invited to at- tend the eighth annual meeting of the Texas Live Stock association to be held in the city of Galveston, Texas, January 17, 18 and 19, 1899. Business of great impor- tance to every member of the as- sociation and all those interested in the various branches of the live stock industry in Texas and the Southwest will be brought up for discussion. The legislature of the state of Texas will be in session and the views of the convention as erystalized In the form oi resolu- tions and requests, will be laid be- fore that body and will doubtless have some weight with the- mem- bers thereofc •There are several live questions of vital importance to the live stock industry which should be thoroughly discussed at this convention. Valuable papers and addresses on subjects pertain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 30 December 1898

t THE NEWS. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS. DECEMBER 30,1895 ■eory Grady's Arfvertiseaeat. When the late and lamented lenry Orad)' was a young edi- or and struggling against odds |ur llie survival of bis paper, he >proached a lirin of large busi- ness soliciting an ad. for his pa- per. ° In those days business mat- ters moved slowly, business men had not learned the art of letting the people know that they were conducting a busi- ness. The proprietor informed him that he did not care to spend money to advertise, as it would do no good. Mr. Grady told him that if he would permit him to use his firm name in one small ad., he would prove to him that it would do good. The permission was given and the next day the paper came out in bold headlines ': Tex Thousand Cats Wanted! Owing to the short catch of, fur skins in the North, the cats * might be disposed of to be shipped alive. go to SCHNEIDER BROS. & CO., * £^ and sell your cats at a good price! The next day every boy who could r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 January 1899

>" \ Vol. 10 No. 9 & SEYMOUR, BAYLOB COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1899. WholeNo. 477. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL May our Business Relation© for the Future be as Pleasant as t]?|ey ]r|ave beer| in tke Past. I DUDLEY I. BI^ANHAM. la laaftaaaaaaaaaa^j^aaattftaaaa^ftBBggs^ggB^^sg^j^^tiipitni^iniWiaimgEainsiciiaiiiaiimisiiaciniciiasiiaEiiggi LUCK & WHdLESALE # RETAIL ©EALER 1N«-S~ GROCERIES. CARRY LARGEST AND FRESHEST STOCK IN THE WEST. Farm and ranch supplies a specialty. COTTON BUYERS. $!ei)tfop \[\^ov L^inrip (foal. your Telephone No. 31. ijaEMaSg^^BBSBSaBaBBggjgiaPiiasHagsciiacuasiaaaiCiBE^igiggnvawiwuM ••MVtklU JtftU I have an ■ IMMENSE BARGAIN COUNTER with.alotor w FINE SHOES Too fine for this market but a little out of Style, that will be SOLD AT LESS THAN COST. Also a lot of ' • JVlens and Boys Hats To be sold the same way. Now is the time to get your REAL BARGAINS, Bat Remember, nothing from thts counter will be TAKEN BACK OB EXCHANGED lor other goods. Don't fail to see ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 January 1899

Shf 8niVi«^ H y IljeJenmour Metw. G. F. BABBEB, Pullthar. SEYMOUR. - - . n - TEXAS. MILITARY AND NAVAL NOTES. "Not call a by a 1 ada. railwa perint ment Capt. The eighth Massachusetts is the oily regiment left at Americas, Ga, Mai-' Gen. John R. Brooke, military governor of Caha, has arrived at Havana. Newspapers at Santander, Spain, have suspended owing to the severity of the press censorship. The fourth Texas, stationed at San Antonio, are comfortably situated in their winter quarters. "They are en- Joying excellent health. The palace clerks at Santiago pre- sented Gen. Wood with a magnificent gold-mounted, tortoise-shell walking stick, in a mahogany case. It was said at the Brooklyn navy yard that Commodore J. W. Philip will succeed Rear Admiral Francis M. Bunce, retired, as commandant of the Brooklyn navy yard on Jan. IS. The new pond for the aquatic birds at Fort Sam Houston quartermaster's depot Is nearly completed. It is to have an island in the center for the use of the swan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 January 1899

Huy targe Towns. Japan -with a population of 45,000,- 000 has 220 towns that have more than 100,000 Inhabitants. In 1886 the num- ber erf such towns was 117. Osaka has increased from 300,000 to-510,000 in- habitants in ten years, Yokohama from 89,000 to ISO,000, Kobe from 80,000 to 185,000. Tokio has now a population of 1.300,000. Natural Deductions. Tommy—Paw, what Is a bookworm ? Mr. Figg—A man who loves books. "Then is a man who loves fish a fish- worm?" . Cough Not worth paying attention to, you say. Perhaps you have had it for weeks. It's annoying because you have a constant desire to cough. It annoys you also because you remember that- weak lungs is a family failing. At first it is a slight cougn. At last it is a hemorrhage. At first it is easy to cure. At last, extremely difficult. quickly conquers your little Slacking cough. There is no doubt about the cure now. Doubt comes -ffom-neglect.. For over half & century Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 6 January 1899

rntmm The fieuis. l«*n*ci K*erj Fri.lxj |,j GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUI} • - * TEXAS <0tared attho poetoffice. at Seymour. t«ut •Mouil-eltMmail matter. ■ Jta*trS.ff.I.P. tdS.tl. Ex. Cod FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 18*9. Col. Mabky died at Havana Wednesday afternoon. This is a severe e-hock and great loss to Texas. This third Texas infantry at Fort Clark will be mastered out immediately. Albert Bareley baa Bold the Foard County News to A. S. Hart aqd will in future devote his en- tity time to assessing taxes for the people of that county. The News wishes Albert and his sucr ceseor much success , in their new u«l«la i 4 labor. . ~r The legislature " of surth Caro- lina meets once in; two years for 60 days, and now there is a move- ment on foot for a constitutional convention to have it changed so the law-makers will meet for 60 days once in four years. Verily, the people will, after a while, wake up to their reason and stop so much law-making and therefore so uioch expense. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 January 1899

v. Vol. 10 No. 11 k contour SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1899. Whole No. 479. n the Bank Glittering aid Golden! n the Bank Are projects for a New Year's business. SUCCESS in the past came by handling goods we can afford to talk about. Shrewd buyers are findmgout mighty fast, that, quality considered, there is not as great a bargain house in the West as this "Seek-no- lurther-Store. When you know what you want, come here and get it, when undecided, come here and make the sele ction. i. % i & * gj IBM F 111 PRICES! HI 135sss5sss smw-w8ra^c5awag uiiitinimiiiigbimg^rogiiasaragabaai«i gigbiigeiagiiu[ifl3 & s — ' 5agefiffiBMffi9aBafiBBs^BEaB5agaaaBE5gBagaEBS3gBa i^^Sa5^gga^SgSBgH^i™H^PB57tt«3TOg^cg?BCTrecn)Giai & TAYLOR. WHOLESALE # RETAIL ©EALER GROCERIES. CARRY LARQESI AND FRESHEST STOCK IN THE WESE Farm and ranch supplies ^specialty. ire- COTTON BUYERS. Telephone your orders. for* \Jiftor8 Isfrrop (foal. Telephone No. 31. I BEaBgBaHgEB55BgaciaBBBiaffpBjpB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 January 1899

J matures h u man i tp _; ~; blgH^tljf % eiiwirorHeme. G. P. BARBER, Polisher. SEYMOUR. -•- - TEXAS. TEXANpTTES. J I Mount Pleasant is after an oil mill. Smlthville is to have a Knights of Pythias hall. Parties are after a street car fran- chise at Cleburne. Wills Point lodge of Odd Fellows gave an entertainment es£ oyster sup- per. The colored Methodist church at Cleburne, valued at $600, has been burned. Four young men of Nacogdoches have gone to Dallas to enlist in the regular army. Madam Michelly, a resident of Bon- ham oyer thirty years, a native of Spain, died at Bon ham. Burglars have been breaking into stores at Alvarado and stealing more or less goods and money. Postmaster Morrison has qualifid and taken charge as receiver of the Ennls electric light and ice plant. The sheriff of Grayson county has announced his intention to rigidly en- force the Sunday law at Sherman. The city council of Gainesville has abolished the salary of the city mar- shal and that official will have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 January 1899

Nature's noblemen are admired by humanity •wherever civilized. A v Half the truth is better than a great big lie. - • Health for Ten Cents. Cascarets make bowels and kidneys act naturally. destroy microbes, cnre headache, biliiousness and constipation. All druggists. The tiny individual mince pie is the latest Anglomania. Sure Cure for Colds When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose or Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. chances are they will be all right in the morning. Con- tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days, until all cough has dis- appeared. Old coughs are also cured; we. .n,ean the coughs of bron- chitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Ayer's Cherry pectoral1 Every doctor knov/s that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs. Put o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 20 January 1899

I' i The H^uis. ImdmI Kurj Fririn) by GEO. P.BARBER, Edltoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUK - - TEXAS Entered at the poMoSn.it Seymonr. Ti (Muad-duiBiil matter. TERMS OF 8UBSCRIPTON. O *«apx,au/«(r fi.M ')Meon.iisiM(li« * 75. One ;o| jr. three months 40. BT iDwUtlfliidfUM. ess."""—for on* proved "good eBoagfti for me and yon," therefore ne^ds bo material change. Mwbtr N. W. T. P. u4 N. L 1 EiCos FRIDAY, JAN. 20, I8J(9. - The cattle dipping has been ordered discontinued by the proper authorities. All the new state officers were inaugurated last Tuesday, January 17th, at Austin and now the new administration is in full sway. * The people of Texas demand a short session of the present legislature. The question is will it be short? Only time will tell. Wait and see. The News is in favor of bat om, constitutional amendment and that is to cut the number of members in the lower house to fifty and fifteen in the sen- ate, making a total of sixty- five in the legislature. If there were only sixty-fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 January 1899

seas eiimotir .-.j- \ 4 Vol. 10 No. 12 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 37, 1899. Whole No. 480. i/! Ik- It Ih, 1' > B^5BBS!3bMiJh«dBlgg G^R!BBSCSag38HBga^ In the Bank unaing. and Golden! asagsagBMiaMEMaaiiMBBgB a In the Ban ►uilding. j Are prospects for a New Year's business. SUCCESS in the past came by handling goods we can afford to talk about. Shrewd buyers are finding out mighty fast, that, quality considered, there is not as great a bargain house in the West as this "Seek-no- fur ther-Store-" When you know what you want, come here and get it, when undecided, come here and make the selection. DUDLEY I. BPANHAM: LEADER OF Li PRICES! flSHgBBfiSBS38fifi8BSBfifiB3563385555555855555555 iflniTifliil LUCK & TAYLO' WH©LESALE / RETAIL ©EALER IN«-# GROCERIES. CARRY LARGEST AND FRESHEST STOCK IN THE WEST. Farm and ranch supplies a specialty. COTTON BUYERS. Telephone yoor orders. Al'eQffop \7iffopIs£irr)p (foal. > Telephone No. 31. ga^gtigjainMigggagoligagaSiagnlCigCva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 January 1899

y Ittjmour O. P. BARBER, PuUahw. SEYMOUR, • • • • - TEXAS. TEXANETTES. club* has A federation of women's been organised at Abiline. . A barn belonging to Mrs. Franks burned at Blooming Grore. The City National bank of Bowie <Wms burglarised recently and about 1200 taken. l*o Mitchell of Denlson, a discharg- ed volunteers of the third Texas, has re-enlisted, and will go to .M&nlla. Ben. 8. Bryant, for twenty-seven years a resident of Dallas, died in Ha- vana. Cuba, after a brief Illness. Some one effected an entrance into a store at White Wright, bat was frightened off before securing any- thing. D. Farmer of West Paris was thrown from his buggy a few days ago and suffered a severe sprain of the should- er* Mrs. Farmer and her child remain- ed In the buggy and were uninjured. Parties have bought the two lots Just north of the Alliance store at Bells, and will commence the erec- tion of a brick business house as soon as the Weather will permit. ; Thomas Sterling, charged with t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 January 1899

KIPLING WORK. His Recommendations Sent in to Texas Legislature. x What does it do? It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active, making the hair soft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circu- lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. it Prevails an n oksikmkss Ayer's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remain- ing in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- pears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It is free. ff joa do not obtain all the benefit* you expected from the use of the Vigor i write the Doctor about it. Address. DR. J. C. AYER. Lowell, Mast. TJm following is Gov Savers' mes- sage: To the sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 27 January 1899

The Ncuas. iraned krorj Ftnlai GEO. P". BARBER, .Editoi and Proprietor. 'RYMOUSf . . TEXAS frtir HCt-mnuiodaiions from any | The Prairie Dog Law. place in Indiniia to tbe capitol and| The following bill has been return. Tbe extravagance is em-: introduced in the honse bv pliaaized when # is called to inind Rep T c peery and in th*e Balatcdiit the poatofiice.at Beyrauar. T«m see&ad-elaes mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. O lecopj, one year fl.SC One oopj, tlx months X 75. One copj, tkre« moat h* 40. W Invariably in advance. It oat paid utricuj in adrauce, $3.00 for on* f-r wiU m cuar^ed. Meaber N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. Com FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1899. Oris representatives from this district in the present leg- islature should receive the plaudits of all the people af- fected for their labors in behalf of-tbe prairie dog extermina- tion law now being considered by the legislature, and it is hoped their efforts will be re- warded by its immediate pas- sage. Tile News is pleased to n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 10 February 1899

rM Vol. 10 No. 14 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 10, 1899. Whole No. 482. ;f?y / fco J 3355BSS5S^3SS5c? ^ES5S53Si?55! In the Bank Building. H25B5BaS355B55SBB gwsj^gwgbirj&iiv^^ 5S8 In the Bank Buiiding. ssjossssssssss b5ssb555b5b5b55535 L (& Are prospects for a New Year's business- SUCCESS in the past came by handling goods we can afford to talk about. Shrewd H buyers are finding out mighty fast, that, quality considered, there is not as great a ba,rgiin house in the West as this fc4Seek-no- further-Store." When you know what you want, come here and get it, when undecided, 001113 here and make the selection. DUDDEY BBeBSgBgSSaSBSSSg lugjrJnc 'n.niKiO mnioi rugniStBI 3 s B Ulltli I STYLES!. bebksifiniirbesgi ^tog^suac-fasirsci ss3!sbsb5ss3sbsss35ss55bessbsu BgjaCiiBPM6BWi8tn7agG38Rimaniihl8WHBn:<«iP^ CF^C'jttTOgWgii8'^'oiMwrJ nlCT0gf3iji?8Sv3Cfggi?CTlgi73OT: LEADER OF liaiflftl |£^TOS^tmatTOCiWvis;tfi,-i(Ci3gnI0!pl^g5ggtgg?SB?ggplg?ggg LUCK & TAYLOR S WHOL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 10 February 1899

!> O. P. BARBER, Pulisher. SEYMOUR. - - - • - TEXAS. The office seldom seeks the man, but the officer very often does. Chewing gum continues in favor with females as a lockjaw preventive. The man who keeps his mouth shut seldoms acquires a reputation as a liar. Possibly Don Carlos has decided that there is not enough left to fight over. All men resemble pawnbrokers; their industry depends upon their in- terest. BY AGUMLllO. It Seems He Ordered the Attack on the American Forces—Another Skirmish With the Filipinos. All the world's a stage, and the ma- jority of the performers play to the galleries. As a rule the man who is unable to trust himself displays pretty sound Judgment As a rule cleanliness is next to god- liness, but in St. Louis it's next to impossible. Thugs held up a Chicago detective, but they escaped without losing any- thing of much value. It's much easier for appearances to keep a man down than it is for a man to keep appearances up. It isn't likely that Solomon suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 10 February 1899

GOOd IHOOd! Your heart beats over one hun- dred thousand times each day. One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. Which is it? If bad, impure blood, then your brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep. You are as tired in the morning as at night. You have no nerve Eower. Your food does you but ttle good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, cannot cure you; but i / will. It makes the livar, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It removes all im- purities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its life- giving properties. To Hasten Recovery. You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayer*s pills each night. They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness. to oopOadon. w. hare the exclusive services of •rJO or tliomoit eminent physicians In the_United States. Write freely alt the particulars in yonr ease. Address. DK. J. C. AVER. Lowell, GREAT MEN AND BABIES. Darwin Tickled Their To...

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