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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 10 February 1899

■WSf' To the People of Baylor f and Adjoining Counties: I have bought the stock of drugs f<jrfheriy owned by Mr.' H. D. Hocker- smith and I take this method of notify- ing my friends and the public generally that it will be ray aim to do everything ^§5 * ■■ - possible to me-it your patronage. I expect to make it a point to keep every- o tiling usually carried in ray line—your wants will be my wants and I expect to do everything in my power to please yon. Mr. Guy El kins will still be with me and will appreeiate yonr trade. The prescription department will still be under the immediate supervision " 5 of Mr. Hockersniith, which is a sufficient guarantee that yonr prescriptions will have the proper care and attention. Soliciting your favors, I am Yours respectfully, • FORREST TAYLOR. ; University for the two beet essays j on the subject ot fire insurance. j The legislature by providing ! proper dormitory, facilities at \ Austin will enable the boy of limited means to obtain the ad- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 February 1899

V X. 'm 7181 Vol. 10 No. 15 SEYMOUR/BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, .FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 1899. Whole No. 483. aid Golden! gSBgaggBaaasaasasgggesg In the Ban SS5 B^C?SHi^Crf35iigCiggi 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 ontrmighty fast, that, quality considered, there is not as great a bargain hou38 in the West as this "Seek-no- farther-Store" When you know what you want, come here and get it, whan undecided, corns h9re and make the selection. . >, • DUDLEY I. BRANHAM. - LEADER 0 LUCK & TAYLOR WHOLESALE # RETAIL ©EALER GROCERIES. CARRY LARGEST AND FRESHEST STOCK IN THE WEST. Farm and ranch supplies a specialty. COTTON BUYERS. $5ei)tfop iliftoi8 L^irop (foal. ^M53jB^g^SBS5BSaggSa555B5a5g5B5B55SB5e!gE5Sa5B<Wg*—OW Telephone year orders. Telephone No. 31. Entire Stoek of. Dry Goods, Clotliin Hats, Caps and Notions A.re For Sale. KMMMNk fit (^ost for Qasl?. Will Positively not run this sale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 February 1899

/ - 5" -■ ^^ap^^awBSs§^Bg -♦•.' vu.-.- v. I Scuwour Metw. pSYMOUR. BARBER, Pulisbor. - - - . - TEXAS. military and naval notes. Private James Ellis, North Carolina Volunteers, was found guilty of mur- der, dishonorably discharged and will be imprisoned for life. * The steamer Moana from Apia, ar- rived at San Frncisco, reports every- thing quiet there and th natives await- ing the decision of the powers. To add to the horrors of civil war- tare it is now reported from Bolivia that the Indians have risen and are plundering and murdering everywhere. Cuba's postal service will be the up- to-date American system hereafter, the postmaster general having approv- ed Maj. Rathbone's recommendations. When the news of the ratification of the peace treaty reached the state house at Augusta, Me., the legislature took a recess and loudly cheered the information. "Gen. Brooke's advisory board of Cu- bans is seeking endorsement for a plan for guaranteeing a fixed loan for the complete settlement o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 February 1899

If it was only health, we might let it cling. But it is a cough. One cold no sooner passes off before another comes. But it's the same old cough all the time. And it's the same; old story, too. There is first the cold, then the cough, then pneu- monia or consumption with the long sickness, and life tremb- ling in the balance. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral When a man has plenty of 'time to "argue" on the street it is a sign that he has little else to do. The surest test of genuine love is unselfishness. Aged Woman Bides a Bicycle. The oldest bicyclist is a woman aged 93, who is an adept rider. Most peo- ple could enjoy health until old age if they took precautions to prevent diseases of the digestive organs by taking an occasional dose of Hostter's Stomach Bitters. Even after dyspepsia, indigestion and constipation have se- cured a foothold the Bitters will afford relief. Expect not too much; you may be disappointed. Sfn. Winuowi Soothing Syrup. For children teething, softens tbe gums, rede...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 February 1899

7 'III y - •' -J r L the^People of Baylor ana , Adjoining Counties: I have ^bought the stock of drugs formerly owned by Mr. II. D. Hocker- srnitli and I take this method of notify- ing my friends and the public generally that it will be my aim to do everything possible to me-it your patronage. I expect to make it a point to keep every- thing usually carried in my line—your wants will be my wants and I expect to do everything in my power to please you. Mr. Guy Elkins will still be with me and will appreciate your trade. The prescription department will still be under the immediate supervision of Mr. Hockersmith, which is a sufficient guarantee that your prescriptions will have the proper care and attention. Soliciting your favors, I am Yours respectfully, FORREST TAYLOR. Scots, with the difference that Weems meant his lies to be harm- less and at the name time helpfcl to the fame of hie hero and bene, ticial to the youth of each suc- ceeding generation of the great republic. The seed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 February 1899

Vol. 10 No. 16 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 24, 1899. Whole No. 484. Ji <50*- -i 9SS5<9iSSS5@38 555893S39BSBI n the Ban Building. 25 ggacnagjagBawmwrjC' In the Bank Building. 'SSffiESSSSclSaB 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- further-Store-" "When you know what you want, come here and get it, when undecided, come here and make the selection. DUDLEY I. BPANHAM. ii LEADER OF STVLES! i,^SiftGWgT 5C 3G 3Gi S5353SBBS51S9 >g(Q^5rir.*gfr$i Vinig!PgrHS!90g^ggiqfu^i«y^gftfp> vv^^g|Pg!pjrBgt05i QgggfggggS5555S r J ,^rrTn~fi^TrriiiTr~riirTTTiT'TPT'"'T"''^''^nf=:;'it ■ i—t n it man m rr m ,^gig0i^;3Cn3iiN^n t^l?! ^NiQ;5MywG 0<^^Nte«lGfi36i3t5f3SBgiPBfBgi5giggnlj l LUCK & WHOLESALE / RETAIL ©EALERIN®^— GROCERIES. J CARRY LARGEST AND FRESHEST STOCK IN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 February 1899

N Hlje feutnout 1 1 SEYMOUR, G. P. BARBER, Pulisher. 7T1 *fPL0T WAS NOT CARRIED OUT. TEXAS. MILITARY AND NAVAL NOTES. =«f Hie third regiment of immunes is to be mastered out at Macon, Ga. The alleged case of yellow fever at Guanajay, Cuba, was found to be ma- laria. The last battalion of -the seventieth infantry is to proceed to Manila by way of the Suez canal. « Experiments with smokeless powder arc being made at the Dupont Powder •works at Carnegie Point, N. J. The United States postal system ha? been adopted in its entirety on the island of Cuba by a decree promulgated by Director cf Post3 Rathbone at Ha- vana. Lord Curzon is threatened at the very outset of his career as viceroy ot India by another war with Afghanis- tan, involving in all likely hood, a con- flict with Russia. Capt. Baldridge of Ennis and some friends, who visited the Texas at Gal- veston, brought back a rusty old nee- dle gun of the musket pattern, found in Morro Castle, Havana. "" The enlisted force of the Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 February 1899

lllilt g|8g| TURNING CRAY? What does your mirror say? Does it tell you of some little streaks of gray? Are you 8leased? Do your friends of le same age show this loss of power also? Just remember that gray hair never becomes darker without help, while dark hair will bring back to your hair the color of youth. It never fails. It is just as sure as that heat melts snow, or that water quenches fire. It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff. It feeds and nour- ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu- riant growth. It stops the hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well. We have a book on the Hail and Scalp which you may obtain IrM upon request. If you do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the use of the Vigor, write the Doctor about it. Address, DR. J. c. AVER , Mas Lowell When, what women call "dainty" re- freshments are served the men present never get enough to eat. * Some hot-tempered warmer than a stove. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 February 1899

KEEPING ONE'S PROMISE Is very important. I promised when I began business to use my best endeavor to keep a3 nearly as possible what the trade demanded. I am still making and verifying that promise daily. If I hap- pen not to have what you want, just give me a day or two and I will get it. I am making it my business to keep what yon want. My stock of patent and proprietary medicines, sundries, etc., is now very complete, as I have re- ceived quite a large invoice of suck goods this week. My motto is "Forrest Taylor will treat yoct rigiit,"—that of course makes my prices "right." Oil and Paist. I am making a sure enough special- ty of these. Nothing but the best brands of either go into the house. I have my fortune and reputation to make and I know what I have got to do in order to succeed. Give me your business and you will tind that I will "treat you right." FORREST TAYLOR Tilt PRAIRIE DOG QUfcSTlON. These marmots are a nuisance that ought to be abated, but there 18 a right way and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 March 1899

iflli Vol. 10 No. 17 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1899. Whole No. 485. m & S$- E V^. r m S1\\ WATCH THIS * NEXT ;V. ^32 Meet all Competition. MihS Dais*1 Betskin Las the measles au<i has 'ein ba •!. Se veral of our juvenile population have th* s. A gieat deal of leal ftlste lias changed till past yeek.v ? cifs Maude JL^waler is report«d quite sick with measles this week. The., Western Supply Co , has moved iuto its.new and commodious building. Will Robiuson returned a few days ngo from Quanafa, where be has been prospecting. Sam Bellab, a prominent citizen of Dundee, was in the city Wednesday on business. A. Le Kirby, of Haskell, has ac- cepted a position with the Western Supply Company. Coleman Bradford, a prominent Beujaminite, tians acted business in the city Tuesday. Mibs Vela, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lee, is quit* sick with measles this week. Constipation of tbe bowels may bp 1 easily <*urfcd by a few doses of Dr. >f. A Simmons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 March 1899

k Slje fojmour Jfo . G. p. BARBER, Polisher. SEYMOUfe. - - - ^ - TEXAS. M1UTARY AND NAVAL NOTES. The German warship Coromoran left Halo-Chow for Apia, Samoa. Senor Guesada says the Cubans do not chafe at military rale. The United States gunLoat Casting •topped at Pttrt Said on her way to Manila to reinforce Dewey's fleet. A revolt has taken place in Arabia owing to the fleecing of pilgrims en route to Mecca by the Turkish authori- ties. About seventy members of company I* third Texas, arrived in a body at Cleburne and were given a warm wel- come home. A transport has gone after the bodies of the dead of the twentieth Kansas who were either kilte3 or died natural deaths in the Philippines. A serious (conflict has taken place be- tween the Russian and Chinese at Ta Lien Wan, 300 of the latter being kill- ed. It Is said to have originated in a question of taxes. The United States transport Sheridan pulled out from her pier in Brooklyn on her way to Manila by way of the Cue* canal with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 March 1899

p. NOP vMgUng Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this, and you will find it in Aoer's "Tell Jeflgnoii.M —- On on* of ex-President Cleveland'# numerous fishing trips he was accom- panied among others by Joe Jefferson and W. H. Crane. Mr. Jefferson is a strong believer in spiritualism and was anxious to convert the president. One of the party told a very improb- able story illustrating the power of spiritualism, and Mr. Jefferson became greatly interested. When the yarn was finished the narrator asked Mr. Cleveland what he thought of it. "Oh," replied Mr. Cleveland, "just tell that over to Mr. Jefferson; he'll believe anything." From the first dose the quiet and rest begin: the tickling in the throat ceases; the spasm weak- ens; the cough disap- pears. Do not wait for pneumonia an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 3 March 1899

SPRING TIME. With the advent of mild spring weather conies that dull feeling of lassi- tude and langaor that we are all so well acquainted with. One seems to be ab- solute! y devoid of energy with but one. desire on earth, and that is to sit down and stay there. Most all of us have ex- perienced it. Now you are not exactly sick, but you are liable to be. Your blood is out of condition and this is one of the cases where a stitch in time may save a protracted spell of sickness. "What you need is a first-class Blood Medicine such as I am able to furnish yon. You will be surprises at the difference it will make in your feelings. Your step^will be as springy and buoyant as a young colt. Try it and see if I am not "right." FORREST TAYLOR. ,Tbe Netus. issued Ever}- Fri.laj by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. HEYMOU - - TEXAS Entered at the poet office. at Seymour. T«im •netdil-clMsiuil matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. Oteeopjr, one year $1.S< One -ropy, six im>nth X 7J. One >op...

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

-■mm** Ci "■f"?■ % % % % % =*fe # v/* e >W Vol. 10 No. 18 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 18S9. ' Whole No. 486. iietter f pom l^leca York City I •I -i I II f11I^Mi, I |i i s I , f f j i 111 i i I 1 f J ft?. I f J \ 1f If .* f f . r 4 •*•' _ . New York City. March 9, 1899.—G. P. Barber, Seymour, Texas,—Dear Sir: As I promised to write to you upon my ar- rival in the Great Metropolis, I take this opportunity of doing so, briefly : ni h « li * , SENSATION ON BRODWAY! OUTSIDERS GETTING THE BEST OP IT! Wid^-a-wake Mef' \s from the Forks of the creek, with the ready cash, reaping a Golden harvest. Seymour is in the ring Such Sacrifice sales lii^ryGoods was never witnessed before and never will be again. "The opportunity came, the man ap- peared." You will hear more about it later. Too full of business to write more. Commence loading steamar to-morrow via. Galveston. Respectfully yours, ! +M / (WAIT) O. M. LOVE. \ M I# 5 Mocb in a Kaae. That there is much in a nam* is ...

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

CIGARS. It Mts got to be a very common thing for merchants to claim to have the "best cigar in town." In fact it is so very common that the assertion carries little or no weight with it. notwithstanding this fact I want to make a bid for year patronage by making this very self same claim. I really do believe that I can give yon a better cigar than you can get in Seymonr for the same amount of money. This is a new departure with me and I realize that I have got to offer extra inducements to get your trade. I have a good assortment and am certain that I can please you if you will give me the opportunity. For yoar Convenience I have made my store headquarters for the Benjamin, Throckmorton, Round Timber Spring Creek stage lines. When you have a package to go out on either of these lines if you will leave it with me it will be cer- tain to go. Will be glad to accommodate yon in this way and will see to it that it goes. FORREST TAYLOR. The Hecus. issued Every Friday by GEO. P. BARBER. Ed...

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

Tin Largest ■ ORGANIZED AND READY FOR BUSINESS. * In opening up our New Store, we do so with considerable satisfaction, knowing that Merchandise bought in LMOUSfTS wil be cheaper, hauled in car load lots, will reduce freight to a minimum, enabling us to sell us© as Cheap as our Competitors can buy I ^,, . ■ i i i 1, I _ ■wwW—gwgeBBBaeBBg—■B Every Department a Big Store in Itself I DRY GOODS We are receiving the most diverse and complete stock of Spring Fabrics ever gath- ed together tinder one roof in the west. Quality not excelled; Styles are Tempt- ing; Patterns are dainty; Prices are pleasing Buy your Dry Goods here,for Big Values are hitched to Small Prices. Buy your Costumes here, for well show the Dress G-oods—the Trimmings you've been reading about in your fashion Journal GROCERIES: f Now comes the Grocery department which will dawn a new era in prices that have so long burdened the west. We begin now, issuing out Dollars of val- ue for Dimes in cash. Y ou cant afford to pay ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 10 March 1899

' f A t AARCH w M W m ss- * V" \ The fiet£*s Isecco Efrr; Kririuj by GEO. P. BARBER, Editci and Proprietor. SETMOUI{ - - TEXAS Eatsrcdat the postoSica, at Stjmonr. Texas ■soond-ciast mail matter. TERMS OF SUB8CRIPTON. O issopy.onejrear Oneoopy, six months, .. . 75. One sop;, three months 40. fW Invariably In advance. If not acid strictly in atl ence, $3.U0 for om rear will bo charged. for he has destroyed their ene- mies to a large extent. Conse- quently the prairie dogs have thriven arid increased, for they were quick to discover and im- prove their advantage. Increasing oo rapidly be- cause of these reasons, the damage done by the prairie dogs in the neighborhood of 61.501 their villages is estimated by ACteU *2 btutinel. "Sentinels pacing in the enow ion tbe outposts of Valley Forg took off their caps an<l ?tood it jlheua to save I heir feet from freez- jiug, writes William Perrine in the' i Ladiet>' Home. Journal. ' Here j and there could be found even officers in a sort o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 March 1899

Vol. 10 No. 19 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. Whole No. 487. New Store, t \ New Goods, NEW PRICES Ip Dry Cjoods Boot$ apd 5tyoe5 is being opened np in the Bank Building. SEYMOUR TEXAS Words of Henry Graiy. | 'When every farmer in the j sooth f-ats bread Irorn bis own fit Ids and meat from his own pss- tdrrs, ond disturbed by no eredi- Jessle James Free. Jessie James was acquitted of complicity in the Leeds train rob-j * her}', which took place near Kan- sas City. The verdict was reach- ed on the first ballot. A special to the St. Loni? Republic says: " 'Not guilty,' eaid ibe jury in the Persona! Habits and Tastes cf Filipinos. The Filipino is artistic and his clothing is clean—two tremendous | strides towards civilization. The tor and enslaved by no debt shall j mcn ,j0 c]ever work in silver and sit amidst his teeming gardens : j>IRSJS Their old war knives are mikI orchards and viueyauis and i embellished. Their pottery dairy and barnyards, pitching his is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 March 1899

7 . . V„r .---.'v. 1 i? f >c >d I Iiettep from iMeou York City! New York City, March 9, 1899.—Gr. P. Barber, Seymour, Texas,—Dear Sir: As I promised to write to you upon my ar- I n™>af Mofr/vrmlia T tnlrA ill is nnnnrt.nni t.v of Hoi no- sn hripflv • J sJf. v - "j j -7 > « > > ffi rival in the Great Metropolis, I take this opportunity of doing so, briefly : ® GBEAT SENSATION ON BROADWAY! OUTSIDERS GETTING THE BEST OP IT! Wide-a-wake Merchants from the Forks of the creek, with the ready cash, reaping a Golden harvest. Seymour is in the ring Such Sacrifice sales in Dry Goods was never witnessed before and never will be again. "The opportunity came, the man ap- peared." You will hear more about it later. Too full of business to write more. Commence loading steamer to-morrow via. Galveston. Respectfully yours, (WAIT) O. M. LOVE. CIGARS. It has got to be a very common thing for merchants to claim to have the "best cigar in town." In fact it is so very common that the as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 17 March 1899

-v ORGANIZED AND READY FOR BUSINESS. • • - . " 1 ■ -v. . ■ ' In opening up our New Store, we do so with considerable satisfaction, knowing that Merchandise bought in liJIITRJL T.ARaii JLMOTJNTS will be cheaper, hauled in car load lots, will reduce freight to a minimum, enabling us to sell lap sim our Every Department a Big Store in Itself! |RY GOODS We are receiving the most diverse and complete stock of Spring Fabrics ever gatli- >d together under one roof in the west. Quality not excelled; Styles are Tempt- Lg; Patterns are dainty; Prices are pleasing Buy your Dry Goods here,for Big Values ,re hitched to Small Prices. Buy your Costumes here, for well show the Dress G-oods—the Trimmings you've >een reading about in your fashion Journal. GROCERIES: Now comes the Grocery department which will dawn a new era in prices that have so long burdened the west. We begin now, issuing out Dollars of val- ue for Dimes in cash. You cant afford to pay even a few odd cents, if the expenditur...

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