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

3 v- (. - the'news calendar for \ . 4 % ?<? $ "4. iiMB nARCH 1899. m in It-SSfeHf?'}1% i Mill!!: ■ ;jr ,i5 ■ V~? -AK.^x k*- r 1 • V/A-VlS■•' 1: The Heuus- lefccil Ktcrj friilr.j by GEO. P.BARBER, Edito: and Proprietor. HRYMOUH - - TEXAS West Texas Is All Right. | Waco, Tt x., March 11.—The j i News reporter met John Iloenoy, j ■Jr., who has been out in Menard | and San Saba cosntiw, making a . drive along the beautiful San j Saba riv«r valley of over fifty j miles. He fays cattle in that set.- j ■ tion are in a flourishing condition | and the farmers of the vallev hap*! t ' ! py and prosperous. At Menard- ville over 2000 acres are under irrigation, the San Salm river sup- plying the water, and here, he says, may be seen the wonderful [effect of irrigation on the value | of land, though it he located so ! far fr-iu transportation facilities j that only staple crops are culti- vated. It is about sixty-five miles from Menaidville to the nearest railroad and the lands under irri- gat...

Publication Title: Seymour News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 24 March 1899

E^ol. 10 No. 20 SEYMOUR. BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1899. Whole No. 488. * - -*^-r As-teiat- % % % <4 li? Dry Boot$ apd 5t?oe5 uilding. m W SEYMOUR i \ 753S£S3B^aZS33^22&SSEg&&I^Sgtt3S^^BBSSBBBB8&BBg&BBBBBaBBBBg&aE^EaSBSBf&^BS2aaaBaBBa3BBSSBSSSaBaEB&maaate8SEl 0 % I SBS? IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. I Election of School Trustees in April Instead of Jose as Formerly. Department of Education, Austin, Tex., Mar. 16, 1899. To County Judges of ail Dis- trict Counties in Texas. Dear Sirs : I beg to call your attention to the following school district at a school dis- trict meeting for that purpose shall elect three trustees for said district, who shall enter upon the discharge of their amendment of i duties on the 1st of May next the school laws relating to the j following. They shall imme- election of District trustees, diately thereafter organize by The bill, with the emergency clause attached, passed both houses of the legislature, and receive...

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

-****« 4 c TREE TELEPHONE I am not advertising tbe telephone but I am tryieg to b«ip my own business. With this end in view I have haii a phone put up conveniently in my store for you to use. If you wish to tele- phone home or tc a friend in fome other part of the city, 1 give you a special invitation to come in and make use of it. A Special Invitation to ladies to take advantage of this offer. About Wall Paper I do not carry wall paper in stock for the reason that it necessitates such a lot of room to carry anything like an assortment, hoxvevor I have a sample book which I think coutaius some of the handsomest combinations I have ever seen All ready matched Wall?, Border and ceiliug, ai- m> I think you uill Cud that the prices are less thau you have beeu paying, possibly a good deal less. Come around and lets talk tbe matter over when you want Wall Paper. I'll treat you right. Look out for 19, 20, 21 of April.. FORREST TAYLOR, •ww^vwwwwwww ~ A Mew Electric Clock Dial. Costly Lea...

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

I! 0 ■ Wholesale and Retail dealers ir\ General iVIerelieindise. WTith| Resources that enable us to buy in Imrqense Quantities, we secure th|e Lowest Prices from IVlerjufacturers ar^d sell Directly to ttje people at tlrje Smallest MARGIN OF PROFIT KNO WN IN THE WEST f U Just Arrived: * Mt Car John Deere Plows, Car Ohio Cultivators, Two cars Wire, car Salt, car Stoves, car Windmills, two cars Furniture, car Sugar. To Arrive Immediately: Car Moon buggies, car Mitchell wagons, car Hancock Disc Plows, Cdr Molasses, Car Moline Disc Plows, two cars Twine, Car Canned Goods Car Pickles. Read our ads. for the latest fads OUR SIM SPARKLES II SPRING IMSS AND H If its here, its Worthy, If its Worthy, its here. I- STaaiacrracnerTfasf3 5iS55ES5555^agSt3^Vil3lfi52J5S55B5B^^r'^&g35^2jjE!£g£Tg^rj;!!i^i^a5^a'';eigg5Bgg53£g5igS5!3tit!3iii5555S355:si3S5SBa&'3B5£Sa^5B5B "CLOTHING A largo, new stock—the cream of thip reason's makes, reliable, trustworthy and up-to-date garment?, awr.it your inspe...

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

i i h Jv I- M I ■ 1 MARCH 1899. THE.ft EWS CALENDAR FOR | be is altogether rational be has j | selected a very unhealthy field in i which to practice deception and; by the time the Cooke eoanty j courts get through with hiin he will be well convinced of tho fact. ;—Gainesville Register. I Ladic*8 df airing a contented and happy old age .should use Simmons Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets, com- ; mencing at iO year.* old and continue !during "Change of Life." M M Wf k 0 m m Ml J r 2 3 '/ J 6 7 C r 7 70 § //! 12 P W 1 5 \J6 JJ r? \zo 2./ L? 2 m 26 27 28 2 m r-tff'W ; •• 1 5&5SHW 'iiHi'fciiH: mm Rokmu it iiESeS-f FT£gS? fej'KF. P®WDER &&&QI&3E5X telSE IV'akes the food mere delicious and whoSesome ROYAL BAKING PCW.TcR CO., NEW YORK. The Issued E**rj (riua> l-j GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi Mitt Proprietor. j gKVMOUH - - TJiXA!« j Kutered&t the p:.fioiiice. at beyiuour. Teses second-class mail matter. TERMS OF 3UBSCHIPTON. O i* copy, one ?ear Sl.St One «:opy,8ix uu-ntha, .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 March 1899

Vol. 10 No. 21 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. Whole No. 489. New Goods, NEW PRICES in the Bank Building is open to all customers. Gome and see our stoel^ of Dry (Joods Boot5 ai?d 5l?oe5 H * . It i ,5^ y- 14*. r ik. v •**" - . *r No trouble to Show Goods. ONE PRICE CASH STORE SEYMOUR, TEXAS. Meet all Competition. Strata Barnwell Elliot. Some years ago a serial story appeared in Scribner'a Magazine, showing such vigor and original- ity, such restrained, yet tragic, pathos, that the magazine public were completely spell-bound. That atory was Jerry, and the writer is the subject of the accom- panying sketch and photograph. Jerry was translated into German, put into Euglish editions, as well as American, and was republished in Australia. The Felmeres and John Paget are other novels by Miss Elliot, all showing marked power. This lady, one of our best American writers of short stories, can be claimed by three States,— Goorgia being her birthplace, South Carolina the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 March 1899

I I want to have a nice, quiet talk with yon this week—a talk without "head lines" to it. I want to tell you how very hard I am striving to merit and to secure your trade, I am fully aware of- the fact when prices are equal, that prompt at- tention and courteous treatment will go a long way towards securing your patron- . -age. Now I have tried to lay the foun- ' dation of my business by buyidg noth- ing but what would give satisfaction from a quality standpoint and of course as for prices, I realize that I must meet my competitors* figures and that I pro- pose to do. Now, we have the quality and prices and only need- a visit from you juid by giving you the prompt at- tention and courteous tretment, thus prove that I do appreciate your patron- age. Wont you make this visit ? I am standing in the door watching for you right now. Tours, Look out for 19,20,21 of April. FORREST TAYLOR. The Netua. lintd Bvery friilt} by GEO. P. BARBER, Editor and Proprietor. ■ITMOUR • • TIXA# ■t tkt pMto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 March 1899

D t EST 1EZAS ■ Wholesale and Retail dealers irj General Merchandise. with the Largest (km in the . \ it ti WTittj Resources that enable us to buy in Imrqense Quantities, we secure th|e Lowest Prices from IVler}ufacturers arid sell Directly to tl^e people at ttje Smallest MARGIN OF PROFIT KNOWN IN THE WEST! Jast Car John Deere Plows, Car Ohio Cultivators, Two cars Wiref car Salt, car Stoves, car Windmills, two cars Furniture, car Sugar. To Arrive Car Moon buggies, car Mitchell wagons, car Hancock Disc Plows, Car Molasses, Car Moline Disc Plows -two cars Twine, Car Canned Goods Car Pickles. Rejtottf a$s. tor the latest fads DRESS GOODS: ID BEAUTY! If its here, its Worthy, If its Worthy, its here. o The people are being taught to look to this house for the latest and prettiest dress fabrics—a fact clearly demonstrated by our largely increased patronage. We have nev- er been able before to show such a lovely ar- ray of Spring Novelties in 2 toned Poplins, Striped Mohairs, Tan and Gray ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 31 March 1899

TtiE NEWS CALENDAR FOR MARCH 1899 mm mm fast. man & iili WMm ■■S$T r vU*f>? V-v-i1'«<"?' ••if.'-. The fieuis. issued Everj Fridaj Sj GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SBTMOUK - • TEXAS Kutertxlat the poetoffict?, at Seymour. Toast saeond-classmail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. . 75. 40. Oie copy, one year ttae copy, six months I.......... Ono jopy. tUree months HT Invariably ia advance. If not Mid strictly in advance, #2.00 fur one fear will ba charged. Member N. W. T. P. aid N. E. A. Ex. Coh FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 18i>9. Some Objects of Early Texas History. A visitor to the Southwestern portion of Texas finds many p'aceo and objects of interest to claim his time and attention; es- pecially the contemplation of the remaining mouuments of the his- torical past of our great state. Among these none are more inter- esting than the first capitol of the state, with its guard, the indepen- dence tree of Texas. They stand side by side, the only remaining risible links in the gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 April 1899

% Vol. 10 No. 22 fc- SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY., TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL '7, 1899. "Whole No. 490. MORE NEWS, GREAT NEWS AND GOOD NEWS! Has been going on here for the past two weeks, by our customers leaving the store with MORE GOODS, BETTER GOODS and CHEAPER GOODS than they can get for the same money in any house in West Texas. We are going to make our first year in Seymour a BIG success for our customers, and each pur- chaser will leave the store happy over the Low Prices they pay for their goods. AVe have a fall line of Ladies ready made skirts in Crash, Ducks, Grenadiers and Silks, from 65 cents to $5 each. Ladies waist, all the latest styles and colors, Solid red, Pink and Blue Embroidery trimmed. Also in stripes and figures from 50 cents to $1.75 each. We are showing the latest style Organdies, Dimities, Pi- ques, Ducks, Egyptian tissues, White goods, etc.; from 5 to 35 cents per yard. We have a full and complete line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers in Tans and B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 April 1899

From the 19th to 21st (inclusive) of this month, I will be able to offer the people of Baylor county, something that very few of them have ever had before, viz : An opportunity to have Spectacles correctly and scientifically fitted without any cost whatever and that by a practi- cal optician—a man who thoroughly un- derstands his business in every respect— mind 37ou, he is not a Spectacle peddler, carries no Spectacles with him. but sells exclusively from my stock. The PRICES of the glasses will be NO HIGHER than my regular prices and there is but one price on these Goods. Every man pays the same. So, if yon are in need of glasses, you can't afford to miss this opportunity. You may never have another one. Dont forget the time. Yours truly, f The Hevus- limed Et«t| Fri<i by GEO. P. BARBER. Editoi and Proprietor. HKYMOUI? - - TEXAS at the poet office, at Seymour. Tens Moood-ciw mitl Btatter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. ........... l-M> v~ ' One copy ,«ne rear .... One copy,six HMth* z...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 April 1899

0 W^hLolesele and Reta.il dealer© irj General jVIerehandise Witlr| Resources that enable us to buy in Imnqense Quantities, we secure tine Lowest Prices from IVlenufacturcrs ar^d sell Directly to tlr|e people at tl^e Smallest MARGIN OF PROFIT KNOWN IN THE WEST ! Gar John Deere Plows, Car Ohio Cultivators, Two cars Wire, car Salt, car Stoves, car Windmills, two cars Furniture, tar Sugar. bad our ads, )t the latest fads in: ui Car Moon buggies, car Mitchell wagons, car Hancock Disc Plows, Car Molasses, Car Moline Disc Plows, two cars Twine,' Car Canned Goods Car Pickles. If its here, its Worthy, If its Worthy, its here. 'RESS GOODS: o The people are being taught to look to Lis house for the latest and prettiest dress Lbrics—a fact clearly demonstrated by our largely increased patronage. We have nev- >r been able before to show such a lovely ar* Lay of Spring Novelties in 2 toned Poplins, Ttriped Mohairs, Tan and Gray Beiges and handsome assortment of Novelty and Tai- lor made Dress ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 7 April 1899

THE NEWS CALENDAR APRIL 1899 jm /10N. TUC WED. THU. FRI. JAT. 1 2 3 4 J 6 7 / ? 10 71 12 /J* 75 /6 17 IS' 17 20 27 22 2V 25 26 27 zr 2? yiA Ml 98. hoHse to the delay of business. Hoping the News will publish i this letter so members can hear I from the people on the anti-pass j bill, and uiuch oblige several | members of the twenty-sixth leg- islature. s John R. Smith, Representative 14th district. When jou ask for Dr. M. A. Sim- mons Liver Mediuine, see that you get it and not some worthless imita- tion. The Best in the World. We believe Cbamlmlain's Cough Ramedy is the best in the world. A lew weeks ago we suffered with a se- vere cold and a troublesome eough, and having read their advertisement in our own and other papers we pur- chased a bottle to see if it would ef- fect us. It cured us before the bottle was more than half used. It is the best medicine out for colds and coughs.—The Herald, Andersouvilie, Iud. For sale by H. B. Lewis, drutj- g'fct- "He who seeks bono* of men mas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 April 1899

Vol. 10 No. 23 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 14 1899. Whole No. 491. MORE NEWS, GREAT NEWS AND GOOD NEWS! Has been going on here for the past two weeks, by our customers leaving the store with MORE GOODS, BETTER GOODS and CHEAPER GOODS 'than they can get for the same money in any house in West Texas. We are going to make our first year in Seymour a BIG success for our customers, and each pur- chaser will leave the store happy over the Low Prices they pay for their goods. i "We have a full line of Ladies ready made skirts in Crasli^ Bucks, Brilliantines and Silks, from 65 cents to $5 each. Ladies waist, all the latest styles and colors, Solid red, Pink and Blue Embroidery trimmed. Also in stripes and figures from 50 cents to $1.75 each. V We are showing the latest style Organdies, Dimities, Pi- qneS, Ducks, Egyptian tissues, White goods, etc., from 5 to 35 cents per yard. We have a full and complete line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers in Tans and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 April 1899

- • • • K: 7 UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY From the 19th to 21st (inclusive) of this month, I will be able to offer the people of Baylor county, something that very few of them have ever had before, viz : An opportunity to have Spectacles correctly and scientilically fitted without any cost whatever and that bv a practi- cal optician—a man who thoroughly un- derstands his business in every respect— mind you, he is not a Spectacle peddler, carries no Spectacles with him. but sells exclusively from my stock. The PRICES of the glasses will be NO HIGHER than my regular prices and there is but one price oil these Goods. Every man pays the same. So, if you are in need of glasses, you can't afford to miss this opportunity. You may never have another one. Don* forget the time. Yours truly, FORREST TAYLOR. The HeuiS' lmnprf Every Fri«?aj by GEO. P. BARBER, Editoi and Proprietor. SEYMOUR - - TEXAS Entered at the pi«tolficr. at Seymour. Thh •ocond-classmail matter. TERMS OF SOBSCRIPTON. Oue copy .three ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 April 1899

PI \ WEST TEXAS SUPPLY COM'ANY Oar wholesale "business has already grown to such propor- tions that we are enabled to buy in large enough quantities to make retail prices with which the small buyer connot j compete. Every dollar s worth we buy is purchased under the Closest scrutiny of our ablest buyers. . The people want good goods —we have them ; they want great assortment of everything—they find it here; they must have them cheap, and here's where they come. UP-TO-DATE service; merchandise that is Defendable; assortment that is large and prices that are Low, keep J "1 • J "| T n • pi J A . 1 «t this the Leading Store of the West. "We will make it inter- esting for the Competitor who sells a bill on which we have figured. Groceries We carry the Largest and most complete stock ol Staple and Fancy Groceries to be found in the great West. Not only can you find just what you want, but joist the price yon want. M'CORMICK BINDER. HARDWARE: We do not want you to think that we have simply...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 14 April 1899

THE NEWS CALENDAR FOR m APRIL 1899 J UK flOH TUt wm TfiU JAT 1 2 J 4 6 7 / ? jro // 12 73 Z4 73 76 17 If if 20 27 22 2* 25 20 27 zr Z9 Hg5 The flews. Issued ETerj Fru'aj by GEO. P. BARBER, Edltoi and Proprietor. SEYMOUR - - TEXAS Entered at tho postoSSce.at Seymoor. Teiac second-class mai 1 matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTON. On ecopy,one year One copy, six months, ....1 75. One copy, tUree month s 10. (S" Invariably in advance. lf not pai«f «trictJy in advance, $3.00 for one rear will be charged. Member N. W. T. P. and N. E. A. Ex. Cos * FRIDAY, APRIL 14, I8t;9. A $25,000 Damage Suit. F. R. Koch et nl vs. W. H. Ballow is the title of a petition filed in the clerk's office of this connty on March 31 by L. H Mathis, attorney for plaintiffs. It is quite lengthy and sensational in character, and prays for $15,000 actual and $10,000 exemplary damages and costs of suit. The petition charges that W. II. Bal- low enticed the petitioners to leare their home at Fayetteville, Ark., to remove to Wic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 April 1899

Pi Vol. 10 No. 24 SEYMOUR, BAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 21,1899. Whole No. 492. MORE NEWS, GREAT NEWS AND GOOD NEWS! Has been going on here for the past two weeks, by our customers leaving the store with MORE GOODS, BETTER GOODS and CHEAPER GOODS [than they can get for the same money in any house in West Texas. We are going to make our first year in Seymour a BIG success for our customers, and each pur- chaser will leave the store happy over the Low Prices they.pay for their goods. We have a fall line of Ladies ready made skirts 111 Crash, Dacks, Brilliantines and Silks, from 65 cents to $5 each. Ladies waist, all the latest styles and colors, Solid red, Pink aiid Blue Embroidery, trimmed. Also in stripes and figures from 50 cents to $1.75 each. We are showing the latest style Organdies, Dimities, Pi- ques, Ducks, Egyptian tissues, White goods, etc., from 5 to 35 cents per yard. We have a full and complete line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers in Tans and B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 April 1899

FOR T 'LADIES. I have just received quite a large \ line of Household paints, such as wood stains for the floors in quite a variety of shades such as cherry, oak, walnut, etc. I also have a nice lot of enamels for iron bedsteads, chairs and other furni- ture. You will be- surprised to find what a difference you cr.u make in the looks of your rooms and at eorapai ative- ly no expense—and any one can apply it and make a first class job.. Would like for you to try them. Toilet Articles. Please don't ever forget- that I am making a point of keeping what you want in these goods. I have everything yon need and the quality is up to grade and the price is too. Yon can't expect high gmde goods at low grade prices. • There is one thing however that you will find and that is that the high priced goods are cheapest in the end—for in- ► stance I sell Pinaud's perfume at one t, dollar per ounce—that sounds expensive "but an ounce of it will go farther than two ounces of any other kind. I jvill k ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seymour News — 21 April 1899

WEST SUPPLY Oaf wholesale "business has already grown to such propor- tions that we are enabled to bny in large enough quantities to make retail prices with which the small buyer connot compete. Every dollar's worth we buy is purchased under the Closest scrutiny of our ablest buyers. The people want good goods —we have them : they want great assortment of everything—they find it here; they must have them cheap^ and here s where thev come. UP-TO-DATE service: merchandise that is Defendable; assortment that is large and prices that are Low, keep v — ) / this the Leading Store of the West. We will make it inter- esting for the Competitor who sells a bill oa which We have figured. MPoecries: We carry the Largest and most complete [stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries to be found in the great West. Not only can yon find just what you want, but just the price [you want. M'CORMICK BINDER. mm mmmm a&l .k- SUmSK HARDWARE: We do not want yon to think that we have simply Hardware to sell, b...

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