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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 22 February 1901

w > -4*L iMJ / v ^ ,.t- , * t." 1 K'--' >* n<r I ft meats being presided ov*tr by Mrs. The Coustitutloh has jus! . $2500 CASH. V? i THE AGENTS BEST CHANGE. new Ye r, Htw Meats, New Methods. ' x.v The Constitution now offers $2500 ib Cash Prizes to agents for the very best agents work during the first quarter of the first year of the new cutury. Qmitting all contests, ex- wept for agents, 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 been divid- ed into four sections,,as follows: 1st Section. .Virginia, North.Caro- Hva, Soutjfi Carolina and Flbrid^' 2nd Secfion. Tennessee* Alabama and Mississippi. • 3rd Section. Georgia. 4th Section.' -Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Indian Territory and Okla- homa. This making about and'^ual puni' ber of subscription* according to- The (institution's list as it now stands. ' THE cj^SH PRIZES AREt For highest list from any agent, Jan.lst t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

h; kr£frrl& T . I' *,.( «.l ' / _ -it & i r.r Ite W I i\T CttiS. WTS\ |h W1 r" <-S;-, '• I Bft Vol. 12 No. 24. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR c6„ TEX., FRIDAY, APRIL 26. 1901. Whole No. 596 11 Tj/ " " fS'*1 ^i-r• . , — . —. — — WEBB BffilHBIRB awwaiwi iBsmsaam raauBCKEusifr pop Anything and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' furnishings Line, call at : A. LiEVINSON'S ! He has the biggest and most complete line of mens all wool black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Boys knee suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy yestee, double knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 3, 3.50 and 4.50 per suit. Boys knee pant ; age 5 to 16 double knees and seat at 35, SO, 65, 75c. and $1 per pair. Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8.50 10, $13.50$14.50, 18.50. They are as good as any tailor made and cost you from $5 to $8 per suit less. I have the best made, best fitting, the best wearing mens negligee shirts in this part of Texas. They come in percale, mouslin, piqu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

MM**- -ifw * .K> •• •. i **#1! - *&*)#.'?*■ tt&fK.' \SjtL- (/ .. ,.rr,. ".*wm ■ ill I ^Ifl \ v. y -: ■• I.' are' I L 1' 5* ■Mil A Shrewd Conductor. , After fumbling through all of bin pockets the other day, a passenger ou a Dullas streetcar exclaimed to the conductor: '•I declare, wheu I chauged clothes this morning I left all my money iu the other suit." "That's all right," said the conduc- tor. "You ride with me many times u day. Just haud me an extra fare the next time jou get ou." Pretty soou the passenger pulled out a jack-kuifo aud began to sharpen u pencil. The conductor eyed him u moment and then said: "Lcok here, my friend, it's blamed strange that you forgot your money but took your knife wheu you made that change in wearing apparel. The owner of the knife flushed anu got off the car. A uegro was ou the witness stauci in the County Court. "You say," said counsel for tii* prosecution, that the defendant's name is John Smith?" "No, sab," was the reply. "Dat ui am ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

> ' JT 'V 7l u - f i T GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. «en torSWtb Dirrict,. D. K. Hose. Hapres^nratire 104th \)i«triot, A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Jutlpo 5<)tli Distriot 8 I Nowton. Attorney 50th District Chas. B. Cooinbes. district Clerk, Nut. G. Mitcholl. COUNT?. 'County Judge, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tux Collector, A. Ij Board. Treasurer K. A. Fancier Conaty Attorney Jo. Wheat. Tax Ae«KHBor W. H. Vrunois Coanty Clerk Not. G. Mitchell. •Surveyor A. D. Kerr Public Wulifher A. O. Jones. PRECINCT. Commissioner Preo. No. 1, B. F, l)owman„ CotnmieKioner l'ree. No. 2, Chan. Randall. 'Commissioner I'reo. No. 3, T. W. Parker. 'Commissioner Prec. No. 4, Been Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. H. Jones. Constable Precinct N«. 1, VV. H. Elkine. Supt. Christian Endeavor every Sun- day evening at 6:30 o'clock W. L. Mowtow, Pastor. SECRET ORDERS. I. O.O. F. Soymoni Lodge No. 333. I. O. O, F.t meeto Tary Thnrsduy night, B. M, Musser N. 6. Geo. Ji,ii k ley... V. G. P. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

ft f I '"V** ^tTBW55nV - ■ „ „. . B CT'. \ i i ( v .*!•(•'- <i*.!.® «>■ wm i Will Roberson came in Wednes- day from Kerrville. ' I Bob Fowlkes has a fore® of men at, work on the old MoLain Hotel. Dee and Loyd Logan are visit- ing their brother, W. L. Logan in Atwood this week. Boss Lewis came in last night from Chicago, where be has been attending a Dental college. Mr. Dearmore, who purchased Henry Davidson's place in north Seymour, is making 6ome improve tnenty this week. Double and single trees, clevi sen, harrow teeth, bridles, saddles, buggy aud wagou harness, a full line of collars in stock at Lynch's. John Hayley has purchased lots near the Presbyterian churoh and will erect a four room cottage at once. Mies Annie Goree left Monday for Denton where she will attend the summer normal for tliis ses- sion. W. G. Adkins and family, Tom Easley and family and R. A. Log- an and family are tishing^n Millei creek this week. Go to Bitter's and see the watcb. Oapt. R. D. Goree made ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

s w " <-• -T-—*■- ^ | <$n| $ I$h$ ift $ i| >{i i|> I|I «$ifo W 4 -« ► •o - A o o v. f H?e Differei^e •r f V ll/all paper $ O o O o o o ■<t $* •& •& Jjtye Differei?ee O Between a nicely papered room and one which is shah- ^ j* by with old paper or with discolored and disfigured j % walls is just as great as • * O T <> Between the low prices of my elegant patterns of wall i paper for this season and the prices charged you else- 4 k where ^ ^ ■ 4 rf^ stock includes paper from 15 cents to 75 cents per bolt. J % j; Wo can't tell you all about the handsome designs—You'll ■^P' have to ooe them, Many others have been suited, why not you ? BAYLOR DRUG STORE, ^ FOREST TflVliO^, 'i || PHOP^IETO^. * J. W. Biffle made this office a 'pleasant and substantial call la?t 'Friday and has our thanks for i$1.5o. Emner Carter and Don McLeod have sold their place in the Rich- land community to Ike Pierce for i*$10.per acre. Rev. Boynton of Huntsville fill- ed the pulpit at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

•: > *t ■ -■■ *m** v: 1 ftMKfc* .yWliiN v. vj 1 51 u •■ L m. ii m M J *i#3" ■ "■"CI v :t - a :3 ik. Beaomoot Oil. A correspondent of the Manu- facturers' Record, who has visited all t he great oil 6elds of the world, eays ot the Beaumont field: iaIt is not easy to understand what an enormous quantity of oil 7o;G00 barrels a day is, but when it is considered that the average daily production of the oi! wells in the Eastern field is less thau two Iin. i els each, and that the Texas ly used for home consumption, and has no efieot on the markets of the world. The oil fields of Japan are now attractihg much at- tention, hut principally ou account of their future possibilities, as the production at present is less than 1,000,000 barrels. Of the aunual production in the United States, about 53,000,000 barrels, or 92 per cent, is produc* ed in the Eastern field, consisting gushers produce as much as 37,- I Ohio, West V irginia, Peneylva 000 of these wells, their enormous Mmnrnli.' .■*§£?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

"V r. j . •—t • •V 5 ■<!&. . > - ' S / The Jieuis Does fine Job and Book Work at reasonable prices. 0.D.G00STREE — Proprietor — City Barber Shop. have a good shop with first-ol&sa workmen Coniea.nl aee me, Nn.iiO, Wnahingto• street Ho oraold oaths at all houra. ...THE HIGH-GRADE... M3SS=36gP^ aw NO, 8 DROP.HEAD CABINET Family sewing machine Possesses all tho modern improvements to be found In .my first-clacs machine. Sold ct popular prices. Warranted tsn years. MANUFACTURED DY ILLINOIS S2YSIUG MACHINE CO. ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS. AGENTS WANTED. Exclusive Tsrrit'try {riven to responslbls • ■ ■ 6 6Sti ■ • Passenger Service TEXAS. IN 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 TEXAS PACIFIC "So trcrablo to answer questions." 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 TO St. Louis, Chicago and the East • Mf SUPERB PULLMAN VE3TIBULED SLEEPEE3, HAHDSOKE NEW CHAIR CARS (Seats Free). FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS (OOMPARC OOHEDULElt). OSLY LINE RUNliraa THROUGH COACHES AND SLEEPERS WITHOUT CHANGE. INCOMPARABLE PULLMAN SLEEPE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 26 April 1901

v %T r mi ;V, ; ' ! i I m I r ; ■" u K, :<i " vf ■ $'*. e's^'.v I I I 7^1 P^x. T " ;-v<^r vW *' ■> .T 11? Beats the A * Mow we liave used tlie H\ In pricing" our goods so mucli LOWER Xlian otlier I^.etail Stor-es. WE SELL "Well ixiade Sn.ug:-fittiri£r, corn fort able garments that win the costana of men -—Particular menr-men who dress in n-ood taste, Such rqen trade with us. ' Visit Our Store Examine our goods. Oct our Low Cash prices on an entire new stock of o-oods and your eyes will open to the foresight courage we displayed in se- lecting a desirable and reliable class of goods for the better class of trade. The fitting* the Style and the Price r." WmMw jjftS-yJi, wry-i^Y ■. { . Wmmim The President's Palatial Train. The train in which President ifcKInley and his; Cabinet whl cross the continent on their trip is a marvel of luxury.' It Will consist of two sleep- ing, a dining, and a composite car, consisting of smoking room and baggage compartment. The President will sle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

ts. V" 1 She Seymour • f■'' * r u > ■•■ Wem aL i Vol. 12 No. 26. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 3,1901. Whole No. 596 pop Anything and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Lrine, call at : *; A. LiEVlflSON'S He has the biggest and most complete line of mens all wool black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Boys knee suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy yestee, double knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 3, 3.50 and 4.50 per suit* Boys knee pant age 5 to 16 double knees and seat at 35, 50,65, 75c. and $1 per pair. Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8.50 10, $13.50$14.50,18.50. They are as good as any tailor made and cost you from $5 to $8 per suit less. I have the best made, best fitting, the best wearing mens negligee shirts in this part of Texas- They come in percale, mouslin, pique, madras and silk fronts shirts at 75, 85c. and $1, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.90 per shirt, in all styles. If you want dependable clothing and gents...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

■<;< |. *: :i I • : . i Slk :V" ■ ' - W:r" ■'■ fc* ' ■ ft. •.- (■■ 1% W ; - WMi- h •'• Mkv ■ /■ • lg."; ■" 'P , ■mi:m W%\ ■ . ■ -' \ fcv' • >. * Biggest Blazs oa Record. The groat fire at the oil refill ones and reservoirs at Baku, Russia, which baft only recently been extinguished, racks as one of the biggest conflagra- tions of the kind on record. Its ori gin wan a mystery, but within an hour of the outbreak the magazines of the Caspian aud Black Sea Cora pany, containing an immense quanti- ty of petroleum, amounting to (3,000,- 000 poods, ware involved. Ten people unable to escape tho fiery torrent, perished, and over Ii0 were terribly qurned. For several days it was quito unable to cope witli the flames, with the result tbat ten factories and five depots, with a storage capaoitv of Jin,000,000 poods of oil—say 562,500 tons—of an estimated value of over (>,000,000 roubles,.wore destroyed. Enormous quantities of petroleum are stored in the reservoirs adjacent to Buka a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

iffVMMfttfMtiiM ut*# mp >**$*% -Km***' ■■ 0S.^\ i :m *•.. •,\vf Km 14 «4 «Vi vTr*V.. ~W *WV t'«IM('M«*4<Me««lt V«V*>*« • *<* • 4 4 • j What PricMenei Htm. Whtle croaking the isthmus of Pana- nia by rail soma yours ago the conduct- or obligingly stopped the train for Mr. .Campion to gather some beautiful crimson Cowers bp tho roadside. It was midday aud intensely hot. In his "Ou the Frontier" Mr. Campion tolls a peculiar story of this flower picking experience. I reused offers of assistance aud tvent alone to pluck the flowers. After gathering a handful I noticed a large bed of plants knee high and of delicate form and a beautiful green shade. I walked to them, broke off a fine spray and placed it with the flowers. To my amazement I saw that I had gathered a withored, 6hriveled, brown- ish weed. I threw it away, carefully selected a large, bright green plaut and plucked it. Again I had in my baud a bunch of withered leaves. It flashed through my mind that a eudtten attack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

-JMr +«i - w * * ,•?■■• - - ■—*+'+ PS^WKdW JO* WB«W55W. (*., J5S2?.. *-vrr- % *• ^ ^ * 'M, • Vi,.' IV® Bfr 4'. im V ;feli S&'. I I . &< ' <:•;■ $$k Hfi ^!w'v'r,:" ' •'.V*'/' - sill ® iii« ■M'v #&VV (6' Iff. i *W i'l, ■ .• . ; • !Viv."' • | Imsr$>VV>- ■ '•/,-/•. '. 1 ••;•",>. W;u mm™ w. ■A m m paper ♦ Jfye o o o o o o & <> o o o Between a nicely papered room and one which is shab- ^ 'f by with oid paper or with discolored and disfigured ^ L walls is just as great as ^ Differepee Between the low prices of my elegant patterns of wall' paper for this season and the price} oharged you else- * where Differei^e My stock includes paper from 15 cents to 75<$nts per bolt. We can't tell you have to see them. >api all about the handsome designs—You'll Many others have been suited, why not you ? ^ it BAYLOR DRUG STORE, f i't FOREST TAYllOl*, *, 'f P$OPf*IETOf*. i 'f ft Electric Lights. We are ready to take orders for lights on the following terms : "Wir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

Mb W. T. Ditto was in town this week. Br. Burnett has a fine new carriage. Corn and cotton in Baylor is doing well and promises well. A. 0. Jones returned Monday from a business trip up the Denver. Mrs. E. Gregg, of Goree, vis- ited this office pleasantly last Wednesday. Tom Adams, a leading cow man of Knox county was here this week. Will Walker and wife weiit fishing on Mary's creek this week. We have another ladies glove, owner can get same by calling at this office. Sam Pierson and wife passed through here Monday en route to Benjamin where they go to visit relatives. Stoves, skillets and lids, gran- ite iron and galvanized buckets, glass and queensware steok to suit the times, at Lynch's. 22tf ' A fishing party went to Pony Creek Tuesday. Among the party were, J. A. Hammock and wife and Misses Bessie Ad- kins, Myrtle Goss, Maggie Gar- dner and Stella Ranson; Messrs. Dee Logan, Leouard and Luther Hammock and Lu- cian Goss. V Jas. Partridge, of Munday was here Saturday on business....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

r.r ?jzy~z r*; >virr->.£# - ^>«.j***,.-«« w«*r 1 Jf&^4: •. k !/• ■u- I ?Vv /•r ■ •: . m V •. ;v;' • ' . L^—————— GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY • "flaaator 30th District, D. F. Oom. lioprAH* rativn lMth District, A. T. Gay. FIKriETU JUDICIAL DWTB1CT. Judge uOtb District 8 I. Newton. Attorney WthDistrict, Chas. B. Coo in bos. district Clerk, Nat. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. County Judge, .Carter Taylor.' tSherlfr and Tax Collector, A. L. Board. Treasurer E. A. Fancher County Attorney,... Jo. Whoat. Tax Assessor, W. K. Krancis .Cpnuty Clerk Nat. Q. Mitcholl. Surveyor A. D. Kerr Public Weigher, A. O. Jones. PRECINCT. ■Commissioner Pree. No. 1, B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Prec. No. 2, Chas. Kendall. '('omoiissioner Pres. No. 8 .T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4 £sca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. C. Jones, Constable Precinct No. 1,, W. II. Elkins. SECRET ORDERS. I. 0.0. F. Seymom Lodge No, SI6B. I. O. O, F., meets very Thursday night, . B. M. Musser.. N. G. Geo. Bark...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 May 1901

■m a'7SV&3S <2vSV2V2> ~ The ftauis Does fine Job and Book Work at reasonable ppiees. ^ * r-M-l I IH '!■ IIWWH—^ ft 0. D. G003TREE Proprietor City Barber Shop. have a good shop with firat-olass workmen Loans Had sec m ,No.()6, Wnshingto • street Ho orcohl baths nt all hours, TJ7il^'ynGH-CRMJE^7 353u^**i«w.i-rv« SHC MW&!' NO, 0 DROP-HEflD CABINET FAMLY Sey/ING Machine Posscccc.3 ail the modern Improvements to be found in any firct-cla-s machine. Scld ci popular prices. Warranted ten years, MANUFACTURED BY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. nocKFono, Illinois. AQENT3 WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to responsible JJerJer?. ■ ■ a Best.., Passenge-r Service TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 THE TEXAS PACIFIC 4WHAJLWAYj^ "17o trotyls to answer qnestione." 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 TO St, loisiss'Cfoscago arad the East >•••• SUPERB PU7.LMAN VESTIBULED BLEEPEB3, HAND30ME HEW CHAIR CADS (Soato Free). FASTEST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS (OOMPAHE SCHEDULES). QKLY LINE BUHSHHJ THROUGH COACHES AKD S...

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

dm 'yws? ifyfh, ' • . ''•i. %*• ■ " . jIM v >. -V ;jA;, It Heats il*e m-- How we have used, the ■ *{ In pricingr our groocis so much '* .'V m Than other Retail Stores. ®MC SELL lA^ell niade Snviff-fittin$2f, corqfortable grarrnents that win the costana of irjen —Particular men—men who dress in erood taste, Such inen traCde with us. Visit Our Store . 5-'«W .> , | p Examfop our groods. Oet our Low Cash prices on an entire new stock of $foods and your eyes will open to the foresight courage we displayed in se- lecting- a desirable and reliable class of goods for the better class of trade. The fitting, the Style and the Price Shall be I^ight i-i saw . - saaH^ 'ii " . ' Oil or Coal, SC. of the Texas oil 136ft .v' .'J L H ! '£ m M discoveries is only just beginning to be appreciated by the general public. & devolution in fuel cost seems io be in prospect. The oil can be piped to tide water at a selling cost of 10 cents a barrel, and since three and a half barrels of oil, are equ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

■ ' l&tff rf"' ; . •'- r r '-'t ,* - VL? L fji ■¥ m | V'<. V (•'- !-r ' "W. - 'jy ^ |(Iff %ft' I / / \J ' / ^ i /ijlT-C' bH f L/ Uf ** «f Ittus. / VI V' >| & "w; a: ?M I ;:fe# Vl MPt - '" •in' f> i P; i® j 14 t' Vol. 12 No. 27. SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX-, FRIDAY, MAY 17,1901. Whole No. 598 assi # pop Anything and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' Furnishings bine, call at : ---■ ■ : A. iiEVirisoiscs 1 He has the biggest and most complete line of mens all wool black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8. 0 10, $13.50$14.50,18.50. They are as good as any tailor made and cost you from $5 to $8 per suit less. ' ' m i inn ^ Boys long pants f&wfes, age 12 to 19, frqja $3.50 to 7.50 per suit. Boys knee suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy fggtee, double knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 8,3:50 and 4.50 per suit, Boys knee pant age 5 to 16 double knees and seat at 35, 50,65,75c. and $1 per pair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

I VtL> ■ • • JV? , -PA W m SK &. A Uuique Exhibit. The Ethnoloary Building oi the Pan American Exposition will beful of line ethnological and archaelogica specimens, and it will be a center of interest for the grevt many visitors One of the most unique exhibits in the Building is from Alaska. This exhibit is now installed. It occupies the place which had been assigned for the New York State Archaeolog ical display. While this Alaskan exhibit is not of greater scientific value than small- er material collected from New York State, it will doubtless be of interest to most of the visitors to the Exposi- tion on account of the distance from which it comes and on account of the fact that the archaeology of New York State is vorv similar lo that of large portions of this county, while the archaeology of Alaska is unique. It will occupy a quadrant of the ground floor in the Ethnology build- * ing. The southern quadrant of the build- ing is devoted to an exhibit from Mexico, and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 May 1901

y. v #V. / VV • _ I wt s' GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFIOIAL DIRECTORY. Booator SJ9t.li Iuatrict, D. V. Goes. HeprpBPnt&tivA 104th District A. T. Gay. FIFi'IETH JUDICIAL DIUTUICT. JndK« 50th DUtrict, 8 I. Nowton. Attorney 50th District, Chus. B. Coonibes. district Clerk, Nat. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. Connty Jndgo, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector A. Ij. Board. Treasurer E. A. Fancher County Attorney Jo. Wheat. Tax AHsessor, \V. H. Francis County Work... Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor A. D. Kerr Public Welghor A. O. Jonos. PKECINCT. CoraroisBionor Prec. No. 1, B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Proc. No. a, Chas. Randall. Commissioner Proc. No. 8 T. W. Parker. Commissioner Prec. No. 4, Esca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. C. Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1, W. II. Elkins. SEURETORDERS. I. O.O. F. Seymoui Lodge No. 353. I. O. O, F., meets very Thursday night, B. M. Musser N. G. Geo. Barkloy V. G. P. N. Taylor Secretary, Lolly Weatherly Treas. John Iiuox Kep. .1. W. Davenport Warden. J. A. Whea...

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