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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

L ii 11 niTi NYD IGNAL (Successor to The Coming West.) "Let all The Ends Thou Aim'st at Be Thy Country's Thy God's and Truth's.' SNYDER SCURRY COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1911. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance ' Blt i 4 " Air ( -' f VoL XXII. No. 31) ill 'j; ' Courf i i 1 nrt t 1 :fei u'it A 1 linn. 7 i All i- 1 1 f "ICS i 1 ..rUevf jHilrnil V "ifi 1IEE DEPARTMENT FOR ).n THE CITY OF SNYDER A Large Bell Ordered Roof and Wall Laders and Other "S. Equipment Tin) firststcp in the organiza- tion (if n fire compniiy for Snyder was taken at its lust meeting by the City Council when an order was placed for a 1100 pounds fire bell roof and wall ladders lire ex- tinguishers pike poles snatch honks rope and pick axes. J. W. Massi-y who has had considerable experience will be chief of the fire department and be will have some 25 or lif) men under him. Rubber buckets have also been ordered for use in case of fire. T(His is tho first step taken in the etJiipment of a fire company and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

I I i I. .Held Ovtr from last Week V. Fnllilove went lo Ihdb.f. lay. . T. Po.shier went to Abi'etie inlay. 'J. II. Kyrtlaiiu up from Dunn Monday. ' Chnrb-yV.Iutto left Wcdncsdny for WilCO ; W. A. Taylor came up from Dunn Mondliy. V. 1. Smith of Arali wns in town Monday. V. E. l'nrsons of Ennis whs ii Snyder Friday. A. .T. Kemp whs up from llcrin- leigh Sat unlay. Hill KirliHidson whs up from Dunn Saturday. W. It. M 1'nrland of Dunn was in Snyder Friday. . II. Wcllborne ramo in Sat- urday from Koscoo. .1. E. Hanson ti drummer was in Snyder JI outlay. .1. II. Thomas was up from llermleitfh Monday. .1. F. Mcr'nrland of Dunn spent Saturday in the city. J. II. Crenshaw whs in from IJainp Springs Monday. W. A. McCullough went east on Monday's train. M. 1). Tj. Mvers of Hethel was in town Monday. T. Y. Hammond of Dunn Rpent Monday in Snyder. J. C. Ferry of Hc'liel spent Monday in the city. .? V. Kemn of Post was here Iho first of the week. Ij. M. .fordau of Hernileigh spent Monday in Snyde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

rvo Ranker tin-rot. 1 A LEANINGS FROM MANY FIELDS We have lieen so patiently and liistriously searching the dim id oliHeuie records of an ancient: st for example and monuments Jniinan greatness that we have niie stolidly stupidly unlit- tit to the wonderful prodigies are so often springing up he- ns and challenging our at- ion as we serenely tread the inn old pHtlis that we still fond helieve will lead us to the Halls Fame. Our metropolitan tlai- s when asked "what were the ven wonders of the world" will ill answer suhstantially as fl- vs: "1 The Pyramids )f u'ypt; 2 The Pharos or Light- mse of Alexandria; .'1 The anging (iardens of Hahylon; 4 ne lempie oi uiann ai i-piiesns: The Statue of .Jupiter hy Plii- in ? Ii T1k Alnnsoleiiiii of Arte misia; 7 The Colossus of Rhodes.' A few young men interested i the wonders of the ancient orhl will thank me for giving lioin the list ot wonders tint hen Elias Howe invented the wing machine and discovered II mt the eve of his needle must " in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

LET US BE YOUR THE SNYDER SIGNAL. There are two day. in the week upon which f"& vhich rom i ... worry. Two care-tree ohjb fear and apprehension. . VpB)(1rv wUh all its cares GROCERY ME? Published Every tnday One or these iays is jw:. v . ...( its mistakes nd frets with nil its pains am a e . U ; nild blunders has passed tore er b j on.lt Ik . in We promise Pure Fresh Groce- a 1 i cannot undo an net - V ' ' t nml H0I riee and Prompt Gervux. yesteruay. " . tlmt )Vmi honey om o. 1 our specialties! .f Queen of Pantry Flour; Peace Maker Spec.a. the night. . . tcjuji.r which linger Flour; Chase & sanuorns iws .m OUR MOTTO: ''Everything the Best mfA n AT TMHTtf FIAYS ' " p. tt. Barnes Editor and Proprietor. ' " i . i v trees vet. Tlio season for planting is llnve you planted any tms yen fast panning. o ... .. 5 f ilw. Daily Kilter of Sweetwater Sweet- Awards building it to greater propo.t.ons. Uinninghnm Ala.ga ined ' ' ' . XvXl census. I- A n pel en 1!; c n Su 1 n m m o- '. I tit ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

i 4 Q. j ' 4" 4 Personal and Local $WAW .2. . .. T I r I m V 1 U 'x If Vi n I It. Tailoring O pen in 4 4 4. 4 4 4 An event of interest to all men-to the young chaps to the conservative man of affairs -to the' Banker or Lawyer Doctor or Merchant to all men who appreciate Elegant Clothe at Moderate Prices real Custom Made Clothes-measured designed drafted cut fitted and tailored specially for you. A 7 i New Fabrics A magnificent new line of imported and Domestic woolens will be here for you to select from-Exclusive patterns shown for the first time. An Expert Cutter Will be with us to advise you--to assist you in making selections and to properly take your measure. 4 J ' FEBRUARY 27 and 28. Fabrics and Cutter are from the Famous House of CHLOSS PJOS. Baltimore Boston 0 M P A H Y New York r 7 - t t 4 I 7- When it costs nothing extra why not be one of the best dressed men in in this city. R0mW W Rifp.. FEBRUARY. 27th AND 28tt 1 Vll L LVi. L L Vi 1 terest atth rate of 10 per cent xt annu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

A PRETTY IIOJIK WEDDING Lust Saturday afternoon nt 4:;i() o'clock the home of the bride's Bister Mrs. Ueorge F. Sturgis U)) Coi-siciiim Street was the occasion of one of the hap- piest events in the history of the younger set of Ilillsboro's soeie- ty when Mr. laul Turner of Kort "Worth led to the matrimonial altar one of the city's fairest flowers in the person of Miss Wil- lie llentley. The reception suite of the sum- ptuous Sturgis home had heen beautifully decorated for the oc- casion with a profusion of pink niStl red carnations sweet pens Dotted plants and Pimosa fern the latter heintf entwined into the pink carnations prevailing in the music room the red carna- tions in the large reception hall the staircase lieiiiir entwined with rimosa ferns and white ribbons and sweet peas and pink earri'V- tions together with pink-shaded candles in the dining room in which was the Cluny lace-laid ta- ble from the bowl on which de- licious draughts of Roman punch sometime called the Nectar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

1 t 1' 4H-hH-lM-M Personal and Local Scurry County Abstract Co. Will be Glad to Abstract Your Land Titles; to Perfect Defects in Same. To do any and all Kinds of Notary Work PRICES REASONABLE WORK THE BEST H AV VED f k mi i arty A 1 J I H i J. T. I5i(jrii Kjiciit Monday in Snyder. -.t. T A. Drinkard was in Snyder Monday. .!; 1 101111(1' DafTern in licro from Colorado. . . V M. Campbell spent Monday in tin' ?:.' xr-.w I - iT Joe Golden .was in from Ciiu- yon Monday. r ? r y r r r Jr f f 3 11 11 lil 11 Y 1 Car of Pipe Fixtures and Cylinders 3-4 to 6 inch the very best Goods. One Car John Deere Implements C. R. BUCHANAN Manager. North-east Basement Room New Court House. Family washing (ic. per pound all flat work ironed at Snyder Steam Laundry. rir ? Evervbodv knows thev have alway r stood at the top for work and material ONE CAR COLUMBIA BUGGIES. Come in and nnr ' rni Kimofip'R anrl sfR our written Guarantee. ; jlvsvsjk - wv "tj 5 " - -" i! Have the invoice for a car of Favorite and C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 24 February 1911

m im. 111 tiffin s t 4 n f 1 AS North Side Square Snyder - 9 Personal and Local J. 0. Dodson vent to Dallas Sunday. . . W. W. Gross went 1o Roseoe Tuesday. Ilumm & Leverett will pay you the highest nuirket price for your chickens anil eggs. Don't fail to see them. Wilmeth building. Prof. II. W. Hudgins Hupcriu- tendent of the Merkle school? was in Snyder .Sunday. "Wichita Host" the perfect flour for Hale hy Curry & Tay- lor. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sears turned Wednesday from ro- Ht. Louis. Fresh ear of that Fiiiuoub Light Crust Flour at Freeland & Tem- pleton'H. T. F. Oliver Nvas in from Beth- el Monday. February 2."t h and 271 h a free gift at the Arcade. II. M. Hnyd has been on the sick list for several days. Honest weights and fair deal- ings is our motto. Try us when in need of groceries and feed. Hamm & Leverett. S. F. Myers of Hethcl spent Monday here. Without fail visit The Arcade and get a beautiful gilt free on Saturday and Monday. Charley llinion was in town M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

NYD SIGNAL - L J. k -1 I! la J Ie ft II 1.4 ' 1 -vf. H Vol. XXII. No. 4 DON'T FORGET THE FIREMEN'S MEETING TO-NIGHT INTERESTING LETER FROM AUSTIN CORRESPONDENT Furnishes Signal Readers With the Latest Happenings at The Capital Austin l'Yl. 'Jli. I'M it or Sig- iwi I : Tlx' legislative situation iiboimds in kaleidoscopic changes There lias perhaps never been it legislature in Texas like the present one. No man can fore- cast with any degree of certain- ty what it will do wilh reference tp iidjoiirninent. The House has passed !i resolution providing for iidjoiiniincnt March 11. When Ihis resolution reached the Senate it was referred to the committee on constitutional amcndim nts where it now quietly reposes and it will stay there until the prohi- bitionists see proper to living it out for nil of the members of this committee are prohibitionists ex- cept the chairman. I do not he- lieve that the Senate will agree to an adjournment on that (late unless the rodislrietuig hills can he put...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

Pflfr Two QUANAII PARKER FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEF DEAD Marks the PaBsing of Last Fa- mous Chief Great Romance is Connected With Him The di-ath or (Juimiih Parker nt lioiiic lit'tcrn milfH from Luwton Okln. nt the foot of the Wirliitn mountains Thursday af- ternoon inarkH the iikhuir of tlie last of Hit Kreat chief. Sitting Hull Chief .Joseph and (JoYonimo have passed into history and now the requiem is Hounded ulove (lie grave of the ehief of the (.'- inanelies. The great chief 'h life is a r- mnnee. 1 1 iw mother was Cynthia Ann Parker wlio when a child came with her family to Texas. The Parkers built Fort Parker in Parker county. One night when the little girl was 1 the gate of the fort was left open. The Comanches swept in. killed ninny of the family and carried Cynthia Ann into captiv- ity. Many efforts to rescue her from the Indians failed. The out- door life tanned her cheeks she learned their language and adopt- ed their customs and became the wife of the chief Peta Nocona. In lSo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

i: 1 1 111 if 4. ! i ) i r VII I V) i i 2 t 1 x'f I Friday March 3 1911 Reasons for Poultry Raising lucre are c.igiu good reiiNonfi why poultry hImhiUI be rained on every farm in TcXhh kJ in thcac eight reimona there is not includ- fd the. one tliut. there is a big de mand for poultry products which are ot our most valuable loo- products. The eight rcnaoim fol low : i ii i t . t i. jeciniN(- ne may ny meir meims convert a great deal of the wiiHte of the farm into money in the ahape of eggs and chiexeim for market. 2. Because with intelligent management they will be an all- yenr revenue producer with the exception of the moulting hcusoii. .'J. HecaiiKe the manure from the poultry house wil make val- uable compost for use either in vegetable garden or orchard. The birds themselves if allowed to run in plum or apple orchard will destroy all injurious insect life. 4. Because while cereals nnd fruits can be successfully grown in certain sections poultry can be grown in all parts of the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

Mi I K at 1 " tt Is H h t: ri r i f i Trinr March 3 19U .... - 1 - I I 1 iTCaMmnJMin m i .Parre Four TOE SNYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS THE SNYDER SIGNAL K. R HAItNKS Editor and Proprietor Telephones HusinesH Oll'ice 88 Residence 20 Kniered as Second Claws Matter at The Post (Wiee in Snyder Texas All eoniiuunicatioiiR remittances etc. Hhould he addressed to the SNY PFH SIONAIj Snyder Texas. All announcements of any church pertaining to services are welcome to the columns of The Signal Free; hut any announcement of a bazaar ice cream supper or any plan to ffct money is looked upon as a business proposition and will be charged for accordingly. Subscribers failing to receive their papers regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting same to this office. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear iilhe columns of the Signal will be gladly corrcted upon its being brought to our attention. Subscription...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

Friday March 3 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS Pa?e Five t 4 4 4 4 i: Davis We are home erty here and 11 UU liy UU worked hard for our start and know the value of a dollar and know how to ap- preciate a share of your patronage. 4 S 4 4 i oj; A 4. -1 04 4 :4 4 4 4 We Need Your I infrm Shoes Hats Shirts. Patronage UIUII Everything for men We have not had experience enough in the art of salesmanship to know how to misrepresent anything but anytime you make a purchase here that you are not thoroughly satisfied just shoot the stuff back and we will see that yoa don't lose. It's a safe game that a nan can't lose by. So come give us a trial we will make good. ..ve davis DAVIS & FELLMY C. Callie Ebbersol's Old Stand. -Hf LEGAL CITATION. THIS STATU OF TKXAS COUNTY OF SCUIUIY: To the Sheriff or any Cnnsla- Jtle of Scurry county Creeling: You arc hereby commanded that you summon by making publication of Ibis citation in Home newspaper published in Scgrry .County if tin re he u newspape...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

m l O . ft1 - ' Friday 'March 3 191 THE SNYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS Pape Eix - Z . 1 - " 1 Electricity and Printing Tlie printing machine of the fu- ture will lie absolutely devoid of ink and all its requimte incc.han- iKiu. Tin? mammoth prt'HH will have its dimoiiHious cut down by one-fourth at least. Printing will he as clean a task as typewriting. Papers will he reeled off at far greater speeds and the operation will coNt less. And how it will he done! "What medium will supersede the ink! The answer of the apparently JmnnsMilile entriiiia is 'the electric eurrent. The mime remarkable energy as drives the intricate nests of wheels will he the means of causing the type to record its impression indellibly upon the paper in any desired color and without the aid of any pigment whatever. An English inventor has found a means whereby one pole W electricity is connected to the type ami the other to the metalie bed or platen upon which the pa- per is laid during the moment when it comes in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

L W 0 Friday March 3 1911 WHAT IRRIGATION MEANS TO THE WHOLE WORLD The following is taken from the Hale County Herald It np- plicB with the mime force to Scur--(ry county us to our neighbor on Jfthc North. No county is blessed nf wit K a greater l)iindnncc of wiiter nor possesses a richer soil fhnn Scurry County! when these two elements are united under skillful management the littsbund- man is sure to reap a riuh har- vest : Irrigation in jih old as history itself. It was known and used Willi profit by the Kgyptiuns. AThe rivers Nile Amazon (janges and Danube have all furnished their quota of liquid help for man's 'enrichment hut never in the history of the world has ir- ' rigation received such an impet- us as in recent years. Mankind lias awakened to the fact that it is better to have one's own rain right at his door the kind that don't drench him to $ the skin or soak his land so as to Ktop nearly nil work on his farm .for days und days at ft'' time. Ir- rigation is the very bes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 March 1911

Parre Ei?ht TIIE SNYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS T7 Friday Ma; TRY OUR flour IT GIVES atist 5fl P I" flfMTF M organ Bros. Personal and Local V. ('. Sunday. Fullilovc went to Rohy thf- coll'ee you run drink with a '-Vm' order. Elkiti & Hrowti Restaurant. AVnlt.fr Davis went to Colorado Monday. in - Fuller W. A. Tuesday. shipped cattle We are always liere vitli the goods. Curry & Taylor the East Side (Irocers. V. II. Tuesday. Holers was in town .f. M. Cloyes came from the east. in Tuesday T. F. Daker made a business trip east last week. A good position is nwailng you. Allend ( 1 1 Cresceiil dniu- inerciiil College mid prepare yniirself for il. .1. I!. Welch went to Hi-? Springs Monday. Let us convince $-ou it is to your interest to trade with Ilaiiun & Lcvclett. A". A. Warren Worth Tuesday. went to Fort C. C March loeati Ilamin & Leveret I M ill pay you the highest market price for your chickens and eggs. Don't fail to see them. Wilmcth building. A. .1. Kemp was up from Ile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 March 1911

L SNYB SIGN A 1 l 1 J1 1 1 n r si t It J J ft '1: c i v t ' li lk" WA Vf. i MORE THAN S20.000 HAS BEEN SUBSCRIBED FOR THE KATY CONSOLIDATION BILL INTRODUCED THURSDAY Senator H. B. Terrell Claims Enough Votes in Senate to Insure Passage Waco. March 6. Senator II. B. Terrell is in Waco today and 3n an interview with the Times- Herald said the Texas Central- Katy consolidation hill has not been withdrawn as rep6Tled. "I will present it in the Senate Wednesday or Thursday with enough votes pledged to pass it" a.d the Senator "and expect it to have an unopposed passage .through the house. The Texas Legislature will hardly defeat a measure that has the enthusiastic wuDnort of more than thirty thous and nennle in the sections through which the Texas Centra J jfjjX- The Governor Veto Senator Terrell denies that Gov. Colquitt has ever expressed to him his (Colquitt's) intention of vetoing the consolidation bill af it becomes a law. Itis per- iUntly reported however that ssuok is the Governor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 March 1911

vt JStoi5 -- Ttf. c '? V I! Pa? Two Eitabli.hed 1894. JOE ST RAY HO R N Handles the Peter Schutt- Moline and Avery's ler and Mandt Wagons Implements Racine Rex and Yale Buggie3 Experience counts In the farming world more than almost any other. This business was established in 1894 bo we have experience. Call and See us THE SNYDER WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON LUMBER. Lorimer's Great Vindication Senator Iiorimcr'ti " vindicii- t ion amounts to tin nrfnt inyi- ttition to rfNipn. Wliat n innifiiif- icent testimonial to his nnsul! icl lciiyilj:liuniclcP his white po- litical record liis indispensable usefulness in coiiki-css is offered .y ihnt vote of 40 to 40 record- ed by I'nited Stnti-H senators in Ills favor. Ol t In totnl vote ens tilitrhtly more tlian .r:i per cent constitutes the lliitterint; endorse nieiit the setnitor from Illinois luis to enrrv nwav with lam when III 1 1 1 I I . II II " - iiii . . ii . retires -ind almost 47 per cent lie of senators recorded 1 con- victioilK 111)011 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 March 1911

i t.. i . : y 5t ( o 1 1 . i m l ! C "iir I'arch 10 1911 THE FARMERS' UNION DEPARTMENT (By M.. A. Drinkard) To the Editor; The great problem solved or- ganization of the people concen- tration of their capital iiud the co-operation of the members. Of course we have all enjoyed the frHternid part of our organiza- tion but the time has come when we miiHt grapple with the great business proposition of our coun- try if we hope to succeed in the nd. The enemy in begging on every side by concentration of their capital and the most ragged co-operation. Our only hope is to lay hold on the strong arm of competition and press along the same line. We have I n assailed in Has- kell County by one of the most tyrannical oil mill gin systems that ever disgraced any country. We decided the 2 2d day of July to build ns a gin of our own and the 9th day of September we were whistling for cotton. They said wc could not. build n gin but we did. When we got it built they snid we could not run it but we d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 March 1911

Tr4Ar. March 10 mlfln iiim i imwnr-i - . - . - - ' " - .Tft Four ENYCnn SIGNAL ENYPElt TEXAS w THE SNYDER SIGNAL 0 .1 J2 B BARNES Kditor and Proprietor .Telephone Business Office 88 Residence 20 j . Entered as Second Class Matter at The Tout Office in Snyder Texan 1 All communications remittances etc. should he addressed to the . SNYDER SIGNAL Snyder Texas. All announcements of any church pertaining to services are welcome to the columns of The Signal Free; but any announcement of u hazaar ice cream supper or any plan to get money is looked upon as a business proposition and will be charged for accordingly. Subscribers failing to receive their papers regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting same to tins office. ! Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ' of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns ; of the Signal will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to our attention. - Subscription Price One Dollar Per...

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