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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

toft* ( ,\'K* '.: "M* " I' rJ^* 7- V o& a li Y* . & ft ;•; 1 f'*'; ts nVppNnKVVMPdMMiKS^/V' '-". y ••*.•• • . «4>*v at*if/ v * m * • > -o.vr• • '• 4>*9pMHI v-vZ V«. '/i v' fA'V. SVtiXA ?■" To get a really good cup of coffee you'll have to start back of the actual making; you'll have to look to the roasting and the grinding. In ARBU CKLES' you have a coffee that's scientifically roasted, and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed. You're sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it. The fame of ARBUCKLES' induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it. These imitations cost the grocer (and you) a cent a pound less than ARBU CKLES'. But don't be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ) ' ' i - v for it is actually less expen- sive than the cheap kind; goes further—besides being better flavored, more satis- fying. You will find a lfat of nsefnl arti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

■s*id MaSil i' T V " \ -W- ■ : JL 5* «R ♦ •# <> <► <> ❖ * m PAINT #• # & I claim to have the beat' Mired Paint on the market Vp —a bold assertion but true, nevertheless. It will cover ft* more surface, cover it better and laBt longer than any other, making it the only PAINT you should buy. ^ Quality considered, it cost leas than other brands. Try ray floor paint, varnishes, colors, stains and en- .;$} amels for interior work. Have a special barn, roof and fence paint. Will give a written guarantee with every gallon sold. Satisfaction always guaranteed. BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FOf*l*HST TRYliOf*, Pt*OPl*IETOf*. if O Go to Ritter's and see the watch. A few flakes Tuesday. of snow fell here I The wife and children of our friend Jesse James, are reported to be very Sick at his home in the east part of town. The News continues to "swipe in7 "swipe." subscription Let the at $1.50 per good work go on, we can stand it. If you want business cards, come to the News office. We ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

? I J ! H MrtipW : ' AUA*n* * — •t*pf>,-.~ jBnnanvfnvr Poor Blebtfi'i BrctA Bos. U?njnrain Franklin was aliearty «• in tho good old days (before the vendlug of lljhtnlng rods) became a profession. When history taught one of her first glimpses of him, he was eating a roll In the street. After he laid the cornerstone of the Pennsyl- vania hospital In the happy reign of George II, he was a frequent visitor in the halls of that institution. His la bors there beiug arduous, it chanced that he frequently fell hungry at work. Ho appeared at the hospital gate one day with a big tin box under his arm. DUregardingxhe gaze of the cu rious, ho marched through the cor- ridors to the dispensary, brushed aside a few cobwebbed beakers from a shelf and in their place planted the tin box. "What might this be?" queried his friend Dr. Rush. "This," said Ben Franklin, "Is Poor Richard's bread box. Help yourself." The box was filled with penny cakes. When the supply ran out, Ben Frank- lin bought more...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 8 February 1901

".zT" -v" ■'C+r*A 1 .>/ ' pill'-. ' /£v2v2v£> f-SN^/SyTva. The fisLcis Does fine Job and Sook Work at reasonable p2*iees. * / <%mr 0. D. G008TREE Proprietoi — City Barber Shop. have a (food shop with firtit-cluss workmen Come and «ee me.No.Vrt, Washington street Ho or cold buthfs at all hour?. SNOW BANKS • HOBNOB with gummer pioioerg nnci tlio days are always cool in Col- orado. No such combination of res- torative resorts can possibly be found as iu cool and comfortable Colorado. JWanifcou, • Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, ^iouua 'bodge, Romantic Platte Can* on, Shawnee Lkodge, * « Soatl? Park. Observation Sleeper San Autonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. )' You don't have to apol- y ogize for riding on "The Denver." A. A. Glisson, G. A. P. D. Cbarlhs l. Hull, T. P. A. ■W. F. Stebi.ky, A. G. P. A. FOKT WOKTH,: : TEXAK. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thrive in tbe increased deep aud pure breath- ing of the uneoutarainated air from enow-capped mo...

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

W « • ! t ATLANTA Bp TION'S CENTURY ^2500 OASII. THE AGENTS BEST CHANCE. N jw Year, New Agents. New Methods. Tho Constitution now otters $2T>00 in Cash Prizes to agents for tho vary best agents work during tbe first quarter of the first year of tho new eutury. Omitting ail contests, ex- cept for ageuts, they place the whole sum to the agent's credit and make the terms equitable for distributing it oyer the whole territory. To ar- range this the South has beeu divid- ed into four sections, as follows: 1st Seetiou. Virginia, North Caro- lina, South Caroliua and Florida. 2nd Section. Tenuessee, Alabama and Mississippi. 3rd Seetiou. Georgia. 4lh Seotiou. Louisiana, Arkansas, I'exas, Indian Territory aud Okla- homa. This making about and equal num- ber of subscriptions according to The iloustitution's list as it now stands. THE CASH PHIZES ARE: For highest list from any ageut, Jan. 1st to April 1st 1901, from whole territory, $400 00 For the highest list in t>ac.h of tia4| above fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

•SJft. • v''- \ & v > V '\v; | v . > >.*> / I / v.rr« '.r * SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. Whole No. 585 of fan ! '• 'v ■ Y*""r " ~ S /' ■ Such as Inflammation, Congestion, Ulcer tion, Irregularities, etc., suc- cessfully treated by Dr. Ahluian 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 ascribe their suffer- ing to some other cause, The follow- ing symptoms show disease present: Headache ; a burning sensation at the top aud back part of the head ; a feeling of pain, heaviness or puHiness iu the lower part of the abdomen ; dragging down sensatious jxtrouble with the stomach and 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 ; iirigularitv, with more or less pain and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

W-.*, M I c !'? S" J I .*,v ; •• Ol If you are going to California th winter, or expect to visit Arizona Northern New Mexico, it will pay you to make the trip via The Trini- dad Gateways using the uuequalled service of "The Deuvejr Road" in con nection with the Santa Fe throng service to the coast. Don't you read onr contest. I Take Yoar Choice. The Buddhists believe that happi- ness, Nirvana, consists in self efface- trtent, oblivion. The young Buddhas began life by sitting unsupported in the air just after birth. Their mothers, attained Nirvana Immediately, and they, the Buddhas, reached Nirvana In various queer ways. One earnest Buddha, one of the earli- est of the long line, earned the "Nibbu* ta" as follows; A hawk was about to devour a small bird. Said the Buddha to the bird of prey: "I boReech thee, leave this little crea- ture In peace. I will give thee Its fevoight from my own' flesh." Down from heaven came a pair of pcales, nnd the transaction was accom- plished. The small...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

- • M $£\ ♦ vV V ' ;:i' ■ w.i^afc r ■w* 1 «i4JB 4telft«4ltltfi£ * Ww#mwnwff^ //TP? '".f:.' " >•«*"' '"—'- ' 3B«* > /" %, r ~ - - \ x,„ 'A r y ' 1 < i " ' ,' •' • GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 2Sth Diuiriet, D. P. Rose. Jtepi (i««r*t)Te i()4th District A. T. Gay. FIKTIKTH JUDICIAL DI8TK1CT. Jad*e50th District, 8 I. Nawton. Attorney (Dtii District Cbaa. B. Coomboa. District Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. COUSTT. Canntj Judge, ,...Carter Taylor. {Sheriff and Tax Collector, A. L. Board. Treasurer E. A. Fancher County Attorney Jo. Wheat. Tax Asseesor, W. H. ITrauciB County Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor A. D. Kerr Public Weigher, A. O. Jouea. PKECINOT. i/Ctnmieaioner Free. No. 1 H. F. liowmnn. : Commissioner Prec. No. 2 Chan. BnndaJl. f Commissioner Prec. No. 8,., T. W. Parker. i Comniieuioner Prec. No. 4 E«ca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. (J, Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1, W. H. Elkine. SECRET ORDERS. I. 0.0. F, Seymoni Lodge No. 363, I. O. O, F., meets very T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

t ■ All I "1. «t • V' " ■'.•«•"■►■■ ...put*** * ■ Mh<l *| *A . " • W"^i 7 it-' i i I JJ M ■ if V-'*\ m * MM The Heais. iMued Every Friday by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. v xKYMOCH • - TBXA8 Go to Ritter's and see tbe watch. ♦ line of yeast Just arrived afresh White Star coffee, fine wheatlet at Lee & Co., 14t4. Knf wed at tbe poetottice. at Seymour. T«i -Hoourl-cletBmail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. (♦n* copy, one year 11.60 Dnttopfjii uuistlu z '•*>. Cneoopy.threamontba 40. py Invariably to advance. It not paid etriotly in advance. $2.00 for one y mi will be charged. W. A. Bennett has planted nice, large trees all around hisje 'oon business in Guthrie residence. A good scheme- others should do likewise. Member N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. Com, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. Offieial Or^ai) of Baylor §oui}ty. Goto Ritter's and see the watch. Go to W. R. Lee & fresh groceries. Co., for 14t4. We understand that there is an effort being made to put in the second te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

vfc#: jtuiiilti 1*1*1 |'t'< nfr. [♦« .♦ iti «♦. .♦. .♦. .♦. i i O WALL PAPER * ■* • r I have just received a large Shipraeut of Wall Paper— first-class in every resppct. Tt|is Year's Latest Styles Effects, de- signs, Patterns and Colors, from durable paper for the kitchen to the most beautiful and elaborate for your par- lor. When you intend purchasing, call and look over my samples—we will take pleasure in showing them. i u. "My prices are always right" •& T it 4* BAYLOR DRUG STORE, FOREST TAYliOf^, P^0Pf<IET0t*. ^ Goto Ritter's and see the watch. Go to W. R. Lee & Co., and see their Bargain counter. 14t4. We are pleased to call your attention to the advertisement of Taylor & Mitchell in this issue. "VVe call your attention to the advertisement of Jo. Wood- year agent for the W. C.Belcher Land Mortgage Co., in this is- sue of the News. If you want business cards, come to the News office. We have just received a large as- i*"' sortmenfc of the latest round corner s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

i 'r u •'. , a;.; v; A' i . %' \ \ i > t*- ■ It mB < b Wt m AN EASY GOING BEAR. PbttofraphlRtr a Die Crlwly la (he VclloMMlune Park. I said to my cowboy friend, "Do yon know, this bear?" Hp replied: "Waal, I reckon I de. That's the old grizzly. He's the big- gest b'ar In the park. He generally minds his own business, but he ain't Beared o' nothin, an today, you see, he's been scrappin, so he's liable to be ugly." "1 would like to take his picture," said I, "and if you will help me I am willing to take some ehances on It." "All right," said he, with a grin. "I'll stand by on the horse, an if ho charges 3*011 I'll charge him, an 1 kin knock hlin down once, but I can't do It twice. You better have your tree picked out." The grizzly carac on. and I snapped him at 40 yards, then again at 20 yards, and still he came quietly to- ward tne. I silt dnwu on the garbage and made ready—IS yards- 10 yards— 12 yards—S yards, and still he came, while tlm pitch of Johnny's protests kept, risin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

JNUpkMM* u' 1 l • ^ ,s <r mtefmvn The fleuis >■ ■><« Does fine Job and Book Work afc reasonable prices. t V 0. D. G00STREE Proprietor City Barber Shop. haven good shop with fir«t-clae* workmen Come and eoe mu, Nn. Urt, Wnshingto* street Ho oronld bathe at all honrc. SNOW BANKS ■ HOBNOB with Summer {Tlowcr^ * aud tlio days are always cool in Col- orado. No such eombiuation of res- torative resorts can possibly b« fouud as iu cool aud comfortable Colorado. JVIanitou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, Kiouta Lodge, Romantic Platte Can- on, Shaainee bodge, 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. Glisson, G. A. P. D. oh.vrl* et.. hull, t. P. A. W. F. tj'XKRiaK?, A. G. P. A. FOBT WOltTH,: : *TBXAS. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thrive in the increased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncorjtaaiiuated air from euow-capped mountain peaks iu Col- orado. C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 15 February 1901

ISF? *r* - l yz-+ X, , jw , . 'till iss I SMS ? ft '•% r t i " <• .a i; *' i W' &•■ i ATLANTA $2500 CASH. THE AGENTS BEST CHANCE. Hew Year. New Agents. New Methods. The Constitution now offers $2500 in Cash Prizes to agents for the very best agents work during the first quarter of the first year of the new entury. Omitting ail contests, ex- cept for agents, they place the whole Aim to the agent's credit and muke the terms equitable for distributing >t oyer the whole territory. To ar- range this the South has been divid- ed into four sections, as follows: 1st Section. Virginia, North Caro- lina, South Carolina and Florida. 2nd Section. Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. 3rd Section. Georgia. 4th Section. Louisiana, Arkansas,. Texas, Indian Territory and Okla- homa. / ' * This making about and equal num- ber of subscriptions according to The Constitution's list as it now stands. THE CASH PRIZES ARE: For highest list from any agent, Jan. 1st to April 1st , 1901, from whole t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

\ •V a s L '\ hPM1 Vol. 13 No. ,15. BAYLOR CO., JE^taA^Sg, 1901. Whole No. 5$0 of \ Such as Inflammation, 0 QR9stio*^i Ulceration, Irregularities) Jetci< wssfully treated by Dr. A&i'foan without operations, without curetting* without pain, by a method of bis own discovory. V 1 ' Thousands of ladies suffer f*6m di- seases peculiar to the sex without knowing that they are afflicted in that way. They ascribe their suffer- ing to some other cause. The follow- ing symptoms 9how disease present: Headache ; a burning sensation at the top apd back parttrf the head ; a feeling of: pain, heaviness <?r pnffinees in the lower part of the abdomen ; dragging down sensation^ ; trouble with the stomach and digestion; pain- and cramping in limbsjpajn under •boulder blades, weak baok ; sinking spells ; fluttering of the heart; hot and cold flashes over the body and face ; ii rigulsrity, with more or less pain and an unhealthy discharge. The old treatment, as all Who have tried it know, requ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

* " Siv . ii*fi1>WBL*at.«'- ,h.'A.s';«(W * - WiT'l^ :'.tf SSSlBWtfci h1- .* Vsv." , i* «r' * .ii)' * U h a I l! DcflSltlOSS tf IMM A prist wm offcred reoently by the London Tit-Bits tor the best liivir Ia the question: "What ft home!" Hsrsare a few of the answers whioh were reoeived: Home la the blossom of whioh j^avan la tba fruit. ▲ world of atrlfa abut oof, world of love abot in. Tba g olden setting in which the brightest Jawal ta mother. Ths only spot on earth where tba fanlta and failings of humanity are hidden nnder a mantel of I jjlartte. Tba plaoe where the RomeUma email and often grant. Th« Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. UM ■ •t Iwuu-iNt at «M H ■to Ukritary. There to a dlseass prevailing In this great are country moat dangerous becauss to d«oep- (h. .mil Many auddin deaths are caused by tba •mail j It_b art disease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the reault el kid .JL-J, vIhmIam Ah* nktM I •*••••, kidney trouble la allowed to __ The fathers kingd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

■ ... hmt" t y?"' • Supt. Christian Endeavor every Sun day evening at 690 o'clock W. Li Moiaow, Pastor. ImnmuTiD Uami rat Laws or Texas. Rsmxacs: G AmasTiLL* Nil H. A. IVY, A. M., President. G. P. SJ5LVIDGE, A. M.f Bus. Mgr. O. R. BUNDLE, Secretary. • time U to lsogthen life. Oar ahort methods save your time. 15 'W .... | V i it it >• I ' § I 1 -p. - !;L | M , ' ,• X I „ ( « ?, •;' •-> I' 'V , ■V" «. ■ ■« GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. r-Mwtor District, D. P. 8om, Uspieaantativa lOUk District, a. T. At}. nrriETH judicial oihtsict. Jvfee Mtk District L Newton. Attoraey HtkDiatrtat, ..Ckm. B. Coonbaa. * Otatriet Clark, Mat. Q. Mitchell. COURT*. I'omatr Jadae, Carter Taylor. NmtMT sad Tax Collester, A. L. Board. Traaanrer, E. A. Faaehar bounty Attorney, Jo. Wheat. TaxAaseeeor, W. H. Francis County Clark. Mat O. Mitchell. Surveyor, A. D.Kerr J\iblic Weigher, A. O. Jones. PRECINCT. r>ommiMionar Prec. No. 1 B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Preo. No. 2, Ghas. Kan dell. Oommissio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

w4u«r, -* - * 1 . nv/. ; N ) i*" • ' ' t ' ' > -v ;. \\ -■ f'\- . ; ! > Bitter's and see the' Goto Bitter's and >■'. ——. t4;; T?o to W. R. Lee & fresh groceries Last Sunday clay and no mistake. j Mrs. Will Robersdn is able | by the many citizens of the town, H. J. Ritttr, the leading jeweler, be °P «a!n, * several at which meettag the following i, able t be et hi. poet of duty days severe atcknet * "" " " - Jnst arrived a 14t4. I White Star coffee, mi beflntlfnl I wheotlet at Lee & Co. the watch, j Resolutions Afoiast Maximum PreigUt Blil. °ll At a mass meeting of the citi ®D J sens of Sey monr on the 20th day of Feb. called and participated in ion of ex- resolutions were presented for the consideration of the meeting and adopted and signed. 'As follows again, after a tussle with the grip. Mr. Milton Hood, Miss Ethel Warren, neice' of county judge of Kn z was init0^. Mis. Fowlkes left thiB morning for the city this week. Jj whereas there is now pending her home. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

.. MPMl - Ml i .. i ♦' HfiMi *:> <> o o o <0 «> ¥ o o o $ o i> ❖ O O O WALL -v.vic % • s® ? ;.<* i> it ,<| it O . o 0 ■ , • , " o 1 4. I have just received a large Shipment of Wall Paper— J L first-class in every respect. ~ * Tli is Year's Latest Styles Effects, de-O signs, Patterns and Colore, from durable paper for the 4, jt kitchen to the most beautiful and elaborate for your par- J L lor. Wbep^vAU intend purchasing, call and look,over niy samples—wo will take pleasure in showing them. * ^ >. "My prices are always right" 0\ it v, it ❖ BAYLOR DRUG STORE, o it At FOREST TAYliOt*, P^OP^IHTOt^. $ ifr 1$ t$ 1$ ifr ifl i|> iti «|t t|i <► o ❖ o o o it it it & it Go to Ritter's and see the watch. ,t*\ _— — Plowing is now the order of the -day around ahout Seymour. E. A. Ranson has a position "Wtth T. H, plarfc, _ Bring the 1*ews yeur> job work. Advertise in the News. Sheriff ^jfhite-Jtfoaire^of Guthrie was here Tuesday. Go to W. R. Lee & Co....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

*jfe s. 0 i'Sl L " , 1 . . if '4 1 vi V * f; A SPASM OF REFORM. TMfi REVIVAL THAT WAS SUQQESTEO TOR THE TOWN OP JERICHO. Nrklaii (h« FMtHMtar, Telia Aknt tki l«thmldia With WhlcU Abllsk BoMn'i Um Wm Ore«t«< ktl How Uak Mlllogi Ooued It HUk ft Wot Blanket. [OWHlM, 1900. br O. B. Levtft.] It vu Abljah Holden who first got the Idea, and he sprung it on tbe post- oflM arc ml one Saturday Bight ha the most unexpected manner. He'd bin koeplu powerful quiet far n week or two, like i man who's left hie jack knife e|lcktu in the barn doer and le trj-ta <o remember the faet. ond this made the surprise all the greater. The erowd .was most ready to go.heme wben he got up and aald: Teller Citizens of Jericho—I want to aee this town boomed as much as any of yea. 1 want to see her git ap and hump herself till Boston or Chica- go won't be in It. but when it comes to choosln between slse and goodneee I'm fur goodness. I think if* better fnr one's eoul and body to live In a small, good town tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

v~* f - ( V . "i §lTi2t<£ <^<8ai£isJ i ■>■■4' >i Deaf \*A% ticb utid i2cok \uovk at frfcztson&ble O.D. Q008TREE • —— Proprietor City Barber Shop. have •food ahoy with firat-claaa workmen Come and ••• ma,No.M, Weahinttoiigtrast Ho or cold baths at all boars. SNOWBANKS "X HOBNOB \ with Summer Flowers and the days are always oool in Col- orado* No such combination of res- torative resorts can possibly be found as iu cool and comfortable Colorado. Ma&itou, Colorado Springs, Buffalo Park, I{iouua bodge, Romantic Platte Can- on, Shaounee bodge, Soufcb 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. G lisbon, G. A. P. D. Chablks L. HULL, T. P. A. w. P. BTEBLET, A. G. P. A. POBT WOBTH, s s TEXAM. P. S.—Hay Fever can not thrive in tl?© increased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncotitamiuated air from ■now-capped mountain peaks in Col- orado. of Sayr^...

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