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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 May 1901

■-*«(■ J*"*- r- t < V> ,r j " I « n- w? I fi f f i ■ ■■ vi S , ' ■ - t \ I ,'W. IV « « a « « « 1 0 6 1901 [ MENS ATTIRE. 11901 We Want U—U Want US. r You want Bargains—We offer Bargains You want Stylish Goods—We sell the Latest want your suit to fit-W e will order to fit you want a stylish tie-We carry an up-to-date line want a guaranteed hat—We handle the best want a Good shoe—We guarantee ours want a handmade boot—We have a good one want a new shirt—We have popular styles. "U/e pit. tf?e U/ai?t." Do oge apd do it u/^ll, Make up your mind that you want the best and the first thing you will do will be to call on us, and the second more will be to select conservative to your own interest, then later on you will experience the sensation of satis- faction and wonder why you had not called on us sooner. In QAdays We have 63 daily advertise-uUm'ts 63 men wearing our Tailor-made suits. !j.j}AJ/illia/T\5&^p The Orient Road. W. W. Sylvester, vice president of the Kansas City, Mexi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

i% rcY' '- ,'V' . v, I': "■ • * A I I \ \1 Vol. 12 No. 31. SEYMOtm. BAYLOR CO., TEX., FKpAY, JUNE 7. 1901. Whole No. 601 ingi and Clothing V. ...(.I \ He ha$ the-biggest and rnqfet complete line of mens all' woot black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 12.50, ana $15 per suit to select from. MH Mr' Mens fancy cassimere suits at $8. 0 10, $13,50$14.60,18,50. They are as good as any tailor made and cost you from $5 to $8 per suit &ss. j_.; . . , ' ■ ■ Boys long pants suits, age 12 to 19, from $3;50 to 7.60 per suit* ^ything in the line, call at : LtEVIflSON'S 1/ Boys W&& suits, age 5 to 15 with fancy yestee, ^uble knee and seat, at $1.50, $2, 3, 3.50 a/d 4.50 per suit, Boys knee pant age & w"16 double knees and seat at 35, ; feO, 65,150. and $1 per pair. I We the best made, best fitting, the best sparing mens negligee shirts in this part ffl Texas- They come in percale, inow-i11* pique, madras and silk fronts $hi/s at 75, 85c. and $1, $1.25, $1.50 and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

!s)-- i 1 ## *** **•* ws&n ' j J "J ?N V i *f i I I t ■ i ' i : s * Programme. Baptist Workers Institute of tittle tVichita Association will meet at Mark ley on Friday before the fifth Suttda? in Juue 1001. The followiug programme has been arranged:. Friday 10:30 a. m., devotional' ser- Ticos1 Friday 10:30«a. m., Sermon, L. N. Moorbead, subject, redemption. Friday 2 p. ui., devotional services Friday 2:30 p. m., gambling, W. W ©banceller. Friday 7:30 p. m., Sermon, Walter Haggard, subject choice. Sautrday 9 a. m.r Life of Paul, R. Cason. Saturday M a.m., Sermon, W. Waggoner, subject worship. Saturday 2 p. tn., Life of Sampson W. W. Chancel ier. Saturday 7:30 a. m.,.Sermon, W. P Harmonson, subject office work the Holy Spirit. Suuday 9 a. m., subject the Sunday School by W. P. Waggoner and others. Suuday 11 a. m., Sermon, J. W Harvey, subjeot, Missions. Sunday 2 p.m., Our duty to the$ Church by Albert Peyton. Sunday 7:30 p, in., Sermon, J. B Casou, subject Adoption. All the brothe...

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

. ■ *. '•;• Vol. 12 No. 31. SEYMOfTO. BAYLOR CO., TEX., FR ess— pot? Anything* and r-j-w \ V For the Taxes of igoo, in liayior County.. UNDER THK P1S0VI8ION OK SECTION 10, CHAPTER 103, LAWS OK 1S07. [osan.) or. \ I. A. L. Hard, Tax Collector of said county do hereby certify that the with- wn lots urtaogued on the Tax Rolls of mid county for ili« year l'.W, are delinquent 000, and that I am eutitled to credit for the taxes an sht>wn thereon. A. L. HOARD, tux collector, By W. T. HKITTON, deputy. Sworn to and subscribed before me thix 2nd day of May. 1U01. v NAT. O. MITCHELL, County Clerk Baylor County. CERTIFICATE OP COMMISSIONERS COURT. /ft In Commissioners Court. 'we'have examined tlio within report of lands and town lots assessed on'the Tax nty for the year 1000, which are delinquent for the taxes of 1000, ond find the Hoard tax collector, is entitled to credit for the tuxes as shown there- He ha® th&* biggest and mc^t complete line of mens all'woot black clay worsted and fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

kx* m wm V"-.' ,""- **'-f""""i-nir-iiiir liiiltf 4 < m| I I '%• .■* • i I lb r V " }'$ ftfci ! cmmt > ■ • ' ^ f; *■#' U/e ar? ^adquarters For r- .-f ■*? • 2* $ The lest and cheapest > ill the City. I have moved to the old Lankford stand and wish to thank my many custom- ers for past favors and ask them to continue their pat- 4 ronage, and call around and see my immense stock * of groceries. hai to =1 fatt YOURS FOR BUSINESS, FRANK KNIGHT, Oapt. R. D. Goree visited Wich- ita Falls Tuesday. Mrs. Liela Grammar, wbo has been visiting her cous.n, Mrs. H. ;D. Hockeremith, left Tuesday for her home at Ft. Worth. Gregg Murrie returned Satur- day from Waco where he has been attending Baylor University for the past term. Will Roberson went to Quanah Wednesday on business. Walter Haggard left Wednes- day for Waco where he will at- tend the Baylor University bible school. Rev. J. B. Boen went to Waco and other middle Texas points Wednesday, in the interest of the carapraeeting. Solid (...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

«*■<« r. *-m <* -1^ , J>. . •-:-vr.i\ '•:. * ; V ' '* * " '" vices of getting cheap groceries at expensive prices, when you can get the best at low prices? evening SEYMOUR. BAYLOR CO., TEX.,F Vol. 12 No. 31. com- eave of placing your order for groceries m poorly kept stocks, when it might be iu the best? ft / > 1/ ,■ M' He has th * biggest and motet complete line of mena all woofc black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits at $7.50 $10, 13.50, and $15 per suit to select from, • ———mmmmmamUmUmmmrn 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. Boys vestee, _ 3,3.50 a age 5 tc 50, eSj^d. He " ft- T jYeturned Vaa+j- charg- oest % rapo. part / Continued mow * Chambers, Continued uu- Boys longr pants suits, age t2 to i9> from $3:50 to 7.50 per suit* Thexe Wiri 81.00 per (J sealed work1 candle power $1.00 per month or lights are taken 73o We most earnestly s*«<^i . * • a to the Ata...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

1 '■ f 1 1% * rk> . r • • ! ^ ^ < .' r ft -' W \ S. +,;7 W - A " H X SEVEN DEVELOPED GOLD MINES. %4 60 ACRES OP GOLD ORE. The Arena Gold Miuiig and Milling Coniyany, Cripple Creek, Colorado. This Property is Estimated to be Worth more than $10,000 per acre, <u>d wjyi .be worth ] over $100,000 per acre, with Proper Machinery. CAPITAIi STOCK $100,000, pivided into ©hares of $1,00 eacii. For pajdarjd Non-Assessable. j The Arena Cc. offers $50,000 shares at 50 cents each, in a Property .that is U/OI^ 0\/^ $600,000, Bail Cbj E GIVEN AWAY [Solid Cold Dia/T\oi)d Set idi^s U/atety ai?d Qfpaip to be (Jiif(?9 to tj?? /Host popular lip K90X or Baylor Qouijty For the purpose of raising money to purchase the necessary machinery to make the mines produce daily fully three thousand dollars in gold, thus .enriching every individual shareholder according to the shares he holds. You can Buy any number of shares you wish and make more money than can be made in any other line of investment....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 June 1901

r *"K' V^v'-£ i-«T. i-;' v. .. >f'S • f.' { H. "... V' i y > V. - , M#"* " • , |* ' s e a a s BO Vol. 12 No. 31. tributary to rt, Seymour the largest portion of the* - he nearest K. R. point, SEYMOUR, BAYLOR CO., TEX^FR) „ t country West and Southwest is the j territory of Seymour. pot* Anything! and Clothing and Cents' puPnis Soz He has? the-biggest and most complete line of mens alS wool-black clay worsted\ and fancy worsted suits at $#.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. Boys ^ Testee, 3,3.50 a: age 5 tc~ 50,85, Jk 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 suitless. itm Boys longr pants suits, age IS to 19, from $3.50 to 7.50 per suit. in- ILLINOIS- kockI ACENTg Exclusive Territory Dealers. n a B eST a ■ * PassengerService ■ TEXAS. to the Atnerioan people, and other ibauds and musieians. They will Ngiven excursions by the rail* ^ -^nd steamship' lihes £«^ of the BxposHip1* y har...

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

• ^ V, ' ^ . T .«.;.. •--<•'* —•*• w • i x m*. y* A!S*!jf . V'i~~ \ •VV'' viVVH<; IMAMMMMMMMMAMMI 99 1 ■ II 1 . 19011 MENS ATTIRE, j 1901 y^UjUWHPiatfMilWUgWSHtmjUHJiPIWWJaxiWWiJVWItmWii* We Want U—U Want US. You want Bargains—We offer Bargains You want Stylish Goods—We sell the Latest You want your suit to fit-We will order to fit you You want a stylish tie-We carry an up-to-date line You want a guaranteed hat—We handle the best You want a Good shoe—We guarantee ours You want a handmade boot—We have a good one You want a new shirt—We have popular styles. "U/e pit tl?e U/aijt." Do or?e 5l?ip$ ai?d do it u/<?ll, Make up your mind that you want the best and the first thing you will do will be to call on us, and the second more will be to select conservative to your own interest, then later on you will experience the sensation of satis- faction and wonder why you had not called on us sooner. In QAdays We have 63 daily advertise-^^m'ts 63 men wearing our Tailor-made suits. &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

«■" ... W-.jfo' .J"'. . v.' ... ~gryj\ •;•: '■ vf If 1 / / if > f > V/ y ** ;/ w i - ,'v i i V H-SS Vol. 12 No. 31. SEYMOTTR. BAYLOR CO., TEX., FRIDAY, JUNE 14,1901, Whole No. 602 Mia pop R®ytfoinejf and Everything in the Clothing and Gents' furnishings liine, eall at t ' A. liBVIfJSOfi'S r H'„W 1 * 'i. "V " WT T He ha^ the? biggest and most complete line of mens^ all wools black clay worsted and fancy worsted suits ait $7.50 $10, 12.50, and $15 per suit to select from. i * Boys knee suits, age & 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., I 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. ~ I have the best made, best fitting, tl^e best wearing mens negligee shirts in this part of Texas- They come in percale, mouslin, pique, madras and silk fronts Shir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

T v —# ■* .«. 'i wi * V ' .. , > m+4 * •V0nmm + +«*+ •^H.'.VnO.W lrtO[ilW«f * 'HMi«''4r<v **t. V. .^r *-' V** :J %i.K.r «~*-5i •«*«<••■' - • • Programme. Baptist Workers Institute of Little Wichita Association will meet at Markley oh Friday before the fifth Sunday iu June 1901. The following programme has been arranged: Friday 10.-BO a. m., devotional sei- r ices- Friday 10:30 a. m., Sermon, L. N. Moorbead, subject, redemptiou. Friday 2 p. m., devotional services. Friday 2:30 p. to., gambliug. W. VV. Chancellor. Friday 7:30 p. m., Sermon, Waiter Haggard, subject choice. Sautrday 9 a. m., Life of Paul, J. K. Cason. Saturday II a.m., Sermon, W. P. Waggoner, subject worship. Saturday 2 p. ui., Life of Sampsou, W. W. Chanceller. Saturday 7d30-a. m., SermoH, W. P. Harraonson, subject office work of the Holy Spirit. Sunday 9 a. m., subject the Sunday School by W. P. Waggoner aiid others. Sunday 11 a. m., Sermon, J. W. Harvey, subjpct, Missions. Sunday 2 p.m., Our duty to the Chur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

*f. ki*. * ■ *" **. •■" V, GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Senator 20th District, ...D. F. Boss. Representative 104th District, A. T. Gay. FIFTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JoAge 60th District, S I. Newton. Attorney 50th Distriot, Chaa. B. Coombes. Mstatct Clerk, Nut. G. Mitchell. COUNTY. County Jodflre, Carter Taylor. Sheriff and Tax Collector, A. L. Board. Treasurer, E. A. Fanoher ConntyAttorney, .....Jo. Wheat. Tax Assessor, W. K- Francis Connty Clerk Nat. G. Mitchell. Surveyor, A. D. Kerr Pnblio Weigher, .A. O. Jones. PRECINCT. Commissioner Prec. No. L, B. F. Bowman. Commissioner Prec. No. 2, Chas. Randall. Commissioner Prec. No. a, T. W. Parker. Commiasiener Prec. No. 4, Esca Harrison. J. P. Precinct No. 1 R. C.Jones. Constable Precinct No. 1, W. H. Elkias. SECRET ORDERS. I. O.O. F. 8eymom Lodge No. 35a. I. O. O, F-, meets very Thursday night, B. Mi Musser*,««••*,••• •.N. G*• Geo. Barkley V. G. P. N.Taylor Secretary. Lolly WeatherJy Treas. John Knox......Kop. J. W. Davenport W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

r *, 1 J#*? If'TV^T f] — :• i ;& -£i J%4 U taU. ' '' .fw;.1' 'V|%J\, • "■w'•—■■•' . -*.<£%. ■—n*-.^..'., . V-.i!I;..: v. -...'v.'. .' v *v.-# *• V ' liV r** i am J-^adquarters For V' The best anil cheapest in the City. I have moved to the old Lankford stand and wish to thank my many custom- ers for past favors and ask them to continue their pat- ronage, and call around and see my immense stock of groceries. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, FRANK KNIGHT, j tu S t I A confectioner of this city has discovered that mice can be put to, good use, and for the past year has had several in june of his show windows to keep the flies killed out. They seem to understand their busi- ness and rarely ever fail to land their ^victim.-*-Wichita Times. A teacher said to her class the other day: "If your father gave your mother $7 today and $8 tomorrow, what would she have?" The small boy over in the corner replied, "she would have a fit." Malarir Mafces Impure Blood- Oroya's tasteless Chill tonic cures Mal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

'■rZT, W'- t Vk It- 10 in >s, ie for ts, T t|i <$ <$ $ | «$ I|I iji ttn$N$ t$itf i$t $i I|I t|i i$ it is <> ❖ <* O < * That is what the people who have used it -say 4t * when asked about our celebrated .4 i * r o MaBnd City Mixed Paint. It is the cheapest paint you can buy, because it will cover at least one-fourth more surface, cover it better, last longer, has a better ap- pearance and gives better satisfaction than any other brand on the market. We Guarantee all Our Statements. Sold only at BAYLOR DRUG STORE, 8t ELtKIfiS, Proprietors. T> cT« iTt /IV iT> Tt txi tTt *Ta IT« A- tTi 1 * iji WTixrTIT▼ ❖ 0 <} 1 'f i'? & # 4* o <} Electric Lights. We are ready to take orders for lights on the following terms : Wiring houses (ceiling work) $1.00 per drop, wiring houses (con- seated work) $1.50 per drop, 16 oandle power Incandescent lights $1 .00 per month or when 4 or more lights are taken 75u per menth. We most earnestly solicit the •patronage of eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

1.1 '■« M - \ sxaaww WfrTS SjjlHC * V V; / * tr •' '" U. I r ;<> f i A ■\ '.it, *v m ■ #, SEVEN GOLD MINES. § 60 ACRES OP GOLD ORE. f The Arena Cold Mining and Milling Comyany, Cripjde freek, Colorado. This Property Is Estimated to be Worth more than $10,000 per acre, and will be worth T V - over $100,000 per acre, with Proper Machinery. CAPITAL STOC $100,00P, Divided into shares of $1.00 eact|. For paid and J' Norj-Assessable. The Arena Co. offers $60,000 shares at 60 cents each, iu a Property that is| V UfOf&ji 01/^ $600,000, Printed Blanks. If you need any of the following I named blanks, call on the News, they are printed and ready for use and can be bought in lots of from one to I five hundred: Bail Bond, Affidavit of Information, ' Chattel Mortgage, (short form) Quit Claim Deed—Single and Join | Acknowledgment. Jury Commissioner's List of Jurors, Lease, Single Acknowledgment, Witness Fee Bill, . Witness Attachment, (felony) Bond for Costs. Notes, Bill of sale. f\\\ J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

' mi a :• e<r ,<2V2\<2V2sD §!The fieuis Does fine Job and Book Woirk at reasonable prices. O.D. GOOSTREE Proprietor City Barber Shop. have a good shop with first-clase workmen Comoand see me.No.eti, Washingto:.street Ho or cold baths at all tionr*. J*.m . v' / ) V ^ >r- fDap of Seymour, Showing the trade territory tributary to it. Seymour is now the trading point for the largest portion of the territory here shown, being the nearest R. R. point. All that country West and Southwest is the trading territory of Seymour. ...THE HIGH-GRADE... NO, 8 DROP-HEAD CABINET Family sewing machine Possesses all the modern improvements to be found in any first-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years, MANUFACTURED BY ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO, BOCKFOKD, ILLINOIS. AGENT3 WANTED. Exclusive Territory given to reepoaeiMe Dealer*. (■•BfiStni Passenger Service "TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 "Ho tronlle to answer 2 FAST TRAINS DAILY 2 St. Louis, Chicago and the East TO l«eee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 June 1901

r JhXf- b l i1 - Tsoil MENS ATTIRE; 11901; wwwmmwmwmwwmwmmwm \: I I ■ 4 ! ii WE WANT U—-U Wanie US,. Youwant Bargains—Weoiiei-Bergains ■Sou-want Stylish-Goods^-We sell the Latest h I YOU want your suit to lit-W e will order to fit you h You want a stylish tie-We card an up-to-date l ne 0 You want a guaranteed hat_We handle the best 0 YOU want a Good shoe-We guarantee ours You want a handmade Boot—WS. Haves good one B You want a new shirt-We have popular styles. 0 .9-9) U DO G1J€ Make* up your mind that you want the a ' best and the first thing you will do || will be to call on us, and the second | more will be to. select conservative to your own interest, then later on you will experience the- sensation of satis- faction and wondfer why you had not called' on us sooner. In QAdays We havfe 63 daily advertise-^" m'ts 63 ,men .wearing our Tailor-made suits. r-%M f • * :?■ .+ , . A "WORE. i" Jp;.r _ lj^vop^nBd t large, new aod carefally selected stock of Millinery ia-the krt|ikl(ng with...

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