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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

.SMI Snyder, Scurry County, T-aa, January I, IHM Number till r volume jiaiu i r -. . . - vnin ITMPI nminiAi in n n hi 1 i imp iuli ununrnu' utinioimw lnKu" iiiil mmm J EDI HI Will HHIULBUQUET 1 1 I f Uhnr Htrlkc I uIiIimw , jj y " "'tiiena llexirt to Out- 11 i i''.' .i .iriku of coupnr iniiwn. nn rr f'LMC nc ci nminmr V KI.Al'lllATK KVmtT.tlNMKNT ArflllH MANHATTAN' HtlTKI, Iri KHIUV KVKMNtl .,r.l ilrlke of dinner mlncrn uniet, Michigan, nan i'i , yeral wenka anil no iort nf an . iiu-a..!! tilii owners and niciu " ' - . .- could liu brought about. . Chrltinu eve an elalinralc I nun tree entertainment linil planned and a great crowd of lera and Ihrlr faiullloa bad K"'1' . . .x... iriHi every ortJliil-' a ui in" an evcnlrm of )ny. Jut " "" ,d l iiinliiilcil 1 ill'' dl ,l)Ullnn of pnwiiil bad commence.! a man at the door1 ' I There wa. a rush I"' - ' . ... Ii oilier In 111' Jam , aevmtv tw " lr .... .ii ennacrt llii' Ull . HVI'B. I III' l I " " Y lr -annul uo lounn. I .. hi. MtrlkiTH ii...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

V j c - i X HE CONTEST IS NOW OVER and we desire to thank each contestant for the durinU same. We are sure that those who purchased goods from us during th to the quality and price of our goods and it is our intention to treat each custo the past few months so that they will be our advertisments, sending us more customer We wish further to state that we are highly pleased witn the results 01 me comesia feeling that has prevailed throughout. Wishing you all a happy and prosperous new year, we are, Yours truly, in vork t:.2y CllJ V cont:;t will tz:ih V :sr w? have gainpfn ' all the whs!;. H M the genjrd r0 9 STIT.1SON DRY QOODS & GROCERY CO. JJ Are You One Of Those Who Habitually Catch Cold ? Investigation Shows ThatCcrtainOccnpatlonsandProfcsslom Am Constantly Prolific Causes For Frequent Colds. What Can Bo Bono Abont Itt xrr. i. mHIl literature that onlv ntrtalna. bat doeo not In- itrnet In thli itrenuotu period, when lift fa pot to raoh evr strain, w need light and bote how to ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

: American ammkl I Adding M I I Machine fiRM i Bee our exhlW for to iIm)V trial. Here U a new price on a rninpciciu Adder. On a machine tli nt It rapid, fnll-alro an in fiilllhlo. The very latest machine, built by men who know, In ono of the layout met n I-working shops. It Ih on Individual Adder, to bo placed on one's desk, close to oiio's books and papers. To tako the place of tho central ma chine re(iilrhiR skilled operators. It Is aliio Intended for offices and stores where costly ma chines are a luxury. The price It duo to utter simplicity, and to our enormous output. He veil koya do all tho work. Each copied number Is shown up Tor checktnn before the addlllon Is mndo, The machino will add, subtract and multiply. With very slight practice anyono can compute a h until ' figures a minute and tho nitu-hlue never miiki-n. a nilntiike. Count Ums offices, largo ami mnnll, nro jh from these machines the 111 Kit est class of Hervlee. Now wo make thltt offer so (bat offices everywhere m...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

1 9 e FARMERS, ATTENTION! We still have some farming implements. Sulkey Plows, Walking Breaking Plows, Planters and Cultivators. We want to close tnem out. m time to use them. We offer them very low to close them out. He sure 10 see us before you buy. HUNTER MERCANTILE CO. sairtliailllllllllllllll nwni r.iuj i p.i rnw.i i t JMltDY, H KM. A H..KY. Entered In the poetofflce at 8nr iter, TeiUt u eecond claw mat) matter. KrUUy, JMiiiary 11, 1014 NOTICH TO I'UHMC. Any erroneoua reflection upon the r eUaratter, eiandlni, or reputation of The lUual witt lw fiadtr corrected If cailed to the eU j th editor. A MONO Ol'R KXCHANMICS Loti of petiole who moved away frnm Woit Teim a fsw jreire no are now coming beck and many are cum Inn who nevnr lived here Imfore. Dictator Huerta It probably Jmt iih bad a man aa he la painted, but by hli tart In eavlnit two leading bunkn (mm ruin he hu ahown a bualnviH Itutlnct. Juat when these hanki were on th vrae of colUpee he proclaim ed a week of Ikh1 hoUday...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

Here's Hoping that the year 1914 may be, for us all, the best year of our lives, and that our reasonable and laudable desires, may become realities. Thank you for past favors. When you need anything in high-grade jewelry, come to see us. H. G. TOWLE, Jeweler and Optician f The Best and Worst In retrospeotlng the past year we find that our business has been both happy and pros perous, Our friends and customers have made J It so for us. Now we would be ingrates not to Wish for you that Nineteen Fourteen be the most happy and prosperous year that you have ever had and the Worst that you will ever have. Your frfends, CAT0ND0DS0N DRY GOODS CO. tut a a ! . 1 Preclom and semiprecious merale, consisting of gold, silver, copper, lead and ling produced In Trial la 191, had a valuo of $209,798, whith la $38,708 more Uian tin output of tua previoua year. The most Impor tant of these mlneroli ! illvcr, rai ned at $240,76 or 93 par cent of the total. The actual production of lilvor in 1918, compa...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

Where There's a Farm There Should be a Belt Telephone Tna progr.MlM farm.r au ratlrtds himself with modern advantafsa. Ha, tta, appreciates thai eon trtnltnca mlniiUra to htalth. happiness, progress and wtalth. What does h Jo? With other neighbor ha tart a Rural Taltphona lint. Eaaugh aald. Aaalt mmm MiMin fr ia faraiallaa . la THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH , , OS telepkWco.'1 onus, UUS Kveryhody la fnjoylnn themselves eating rakes. t)M and Christmas din ners nut Dili way, Mr. Im (lilmitn and wife apetit Xtrnu with Mr. I'. H. Iluabjr and fam ily. . Th parties t Iml were given luat Week at different pi area were fine and everybody reported a nice limp. Tho shilling Out waa given at Mr. D. 0. Mentlejr'a last Rumlay wna ttple-ii did. Mtea Ursce, l(l'ormlek from Hny der Ulfed tr aunt laat week. ThaJboi are having- n time hlilhiK aaddlea anil i.-Ht I hK''Vr Mil tins am thia way. Mr. I onar (I Turnrr la visiting up In Kent Counfy thla week. Mr. R. I. Turner nave tho yonni folka a Chrlatmaa d...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

il WMttHMfW e ewiutya ,.. j, , . Greatly REDUCED Prices We have some good values in short lengths of Silk Mes saline and Woolen Goods. New Goods We are getting in New goods these days. Have just received a nice line of SPRING GINGHAMS! FLUVANNA NEWS Mr. mid Mr.. J. II. Taylor ire pending the holiday! at Mr. Tay lor'i old home at Pontotoc, Mlit. Mr. and Mra. T. B. Favor are pending the holidaya rlln home folki at Howie, Texaa Mr. O. W. Noel vlalted hla father for the holidaya. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Heaver vlalted at Abilene during Xmal. Too busy taking stock to say more. Come and see us. Coates-Coleman Company. NORTH SIDE SQUARE Mr. and Mra. A. II. Rurratt of lllarkwell are rltltiiiK Mra. Buratta pHrenta, Mr. and Mra. I). A. Mc- Knlght. Mr. Wallace Jonea came In Tuea- day from Waxahachle, where he la attending Trinity Unlverelty to upend Chrlatmaa with hla parenta, Mr. and Mra. II. A. Jonea. Mr. and Mra. J. L.Uelti left Fri day for Waxaharhle where Mr. Helta will again enter School. The...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 1 January 1914

1 Xnm Uy. The pari I week at dir. and everybi did. MUe A t HOW'S YOUR STOCK Arc they "run down, Off their feed," hilr shaggy, etc? IP mi, Now'l tlie lira, lo feed IXTKIINATIOJiAI. BHX-K F1HH1. It Improes the dilution, aids aaalmulatlon and pun your Hock In flnl cli-n itiape. Every pound la Kid tu spot ruk guarantee to Hire sat isfactory reaulta or your money refunded. (3.60 per Pull (26 Ibl.), B Tulle IH.OO. We also heve It In packages 16c, SOr and 11.00 At the Center of the block. North Bide. OWL DRUG STORE By F. V. CLARK, At the center of tin block north ilde. N'KW YKAH'B (JllKKTIN.iH In summing up vcnr'i work and looking bark over part years we ere ilinJittttWrf-ttwtwew Ht we have achieved, Nut of AoaticUt, success for ttint i not our hlgliftit aim, hut of lh host of friends tlmt nre ourn and of the service we have rendered. We have been micri'Mifnl leyond otii fon dest expectations. We rai'tlxe tlmt no man ran lie him rensful If he tiimU a I one, we feel anil know that Wf have f...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

Volume XXVII. HnfiW, Jtmrrj Count?, Te, Prlilar, January 811, I DM. ill !. STEWART SI TO1 DEATH TUESDAY FOUR BULLETS FIRED INTO HIS BODY AT CLOSE RANGE BY MAD DENED WOMAN. Mrs. Minnie Latham In Jail Here on Charge of Murder. Snyder's Worst Tragtdy. Hnydor li ordinarily a city noted for quiet, but the entire community waa startled about two o'clock Tues day afternoon by the report of four piatol shots In rapid aurceselon, in one of the most public places In the the town, and the rapidly antherlna of eiclted men and women, witness ed a well-known cltlsen dying in a pool of his own blood. John Y. Stewart, a single man, twenty-nine years of age, a aon of tbe late J, T. Stewart, formerly a Snyder merchant was dead. The shooting occurred lnfront of the First National Hank building and quite a number of people wore in the Tlclnlty at the time. It appears from the beat evidence obtainable that Stewart waa standing on the aide walk when a woman ranie up to him from the east. She tired a shot...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

t FOR THE GR.lt Parana Is Sometime! Used With Good RmuIU A rreat many people nee Peru na for the grip. Bome use It as toon as the rlp begins, taking It during the acute etsaa of the dis ease, claiming for It treat effi cacy In shorten ing the disease. nd especially I.. U. Mrs. Jane Gift tne aflep BiHtltlL llany people tnke It after they have hud the grip, Their convalescence In alow. They have" suffered along for a month or two, without any signs of complete recovery. Then they resort to I'eruna as a tonic, with splendid results. Mrs. June Gift, n, F, D. 1. Athene, Ohio, whose portrait appears nbove, writes: "X think I would have been long ago If It had not been for Peruna. Six years afro I hud la grippe very had. The doctor en me to ece in every dny, but 1 gradually grew worse, I told my liurdtar.ri I thought I would tiurely die If 1 did not get relief noon, "One dny I picked tip the news paper and accidentally found a tent I -munlal of a woman who hurt been ctin-d of grip by I'eru...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

it American jSpl! Adding HM Machine ffe2l J. THE LATEST ADDER Costs but $38 Sf our rxhililt Mk fur 10 days' trial. Here lg a new prloa on a that la rapid, full-slxe an Infallible. Tho Terr 1b teat machine, built by men who know, In one of the largest metal-working ahopi. It la an lndlrldual Adder, to be placed on one 'a deak, cloae to one'a booka and papera. To take toe place of the central ma chine requiring skilled opera! on, !t la alao Intended for offlcea and at ores where coat If ma chines are a luxurr. The price Is due to utter simplicity, and to our enormous output. Seren ky do all the work. Each copied number la shown up for checking before the addition la made. The machine will add, subtract and multiply. With rery alight practice anyone can compute a hundred figures a minute ind the machine never makes a mistake. Count lew offices, large and small, are getting from these marhlnea the highest class of service. Now we make tbia offer so that offlcea everywhere may learn what...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

9 o o 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 9 0 9 9 9 9 B. Tucker 0 9 TO THE LOVERS OF THE TRUTH; READ THIS Also read the other letter circulat ed by the other follows, written by Mr. Perry, at Abilene. Rtudebaker Agent, and I will leave It to you or any fair-minded man, If you don't think something has happened to him. Gentlemen I don't auk you to believe what I say about It, If you did, you would hare just as good right to nc!Ire what the other a gent had to say, but I will leave tt to you, you are the Judge na to whether or not It would be proper to take what we agents said about It, or what the uninterested parties, who brought about this contest, say and make oath to. I boll ere the peo ple are entitled to the truth, and If this ts not the truth. If you will write them, then I've nothing more to say. what im.ntkiikktkp imhtikh haw And makk oath TO. Abilene, Texas, January 0, 1"H To whom It May Concern: This Is to certify that we, (1. 0. Gardner and W. F. (lard ner of Calla han County, saw Mr. Hubert T...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

s Still They Come New Goods are coining all the time. We announce the arrival of New Ginghams, Linens, Lin-Weave, Rice Cloth, Latest Patterns of the Newest Dress Goods. Foot-ease Ladies' Slippers, Mary Jane Baby Doll Lasts. and Kdwin Clapp Shoes for men. Kor comfort and Kood Ipoka you cannot find a better shoe than the Edwin CUpp f uen. You will be foieini' convinced if you try n pair of Dm .: p this slice. Coates-Coleman Mercantile Co. 113 OKKH'IMi RTATKMKNT )V TUB FINANCIAL CONDITION OK THK FIRTS STATE BANK At Fluvanna, State of Texas, at ' i the close of business on, the 13th i I day of January 1914, published Inthe t I Snyder Signal, a new ti pa per printed ' and published at Snyder, State of j I Texas on the 23rd, day of January, : 1914. I Itcumircca i liOnna and discounts, personal and collat- I j eral $.43 459 11 Loans, real crimp .... 3 379 90 I Overdrafts 1 075 05 It on I Estate (banking 1 house) 3 125 38 Kiirnittire and fixtures 1 978 40 Due from approved re serve agents, ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

'V f TO Where There't a Farm There Should be a Bell Telephone The tu-ogreillvt farmer aer rntdi hlrai.lt villi reed. edvaaUtee. Ha, Im, appreciate! that con Variance mlaleteri I kaalla, kapfilnail, proa rail end wealth. Wkatdeeiludo? With atlar afkko.. ka etarta Ratal Telephone Him. bewghtald. Aeelv la aa eateul Maaaaat fa a IweMMiee at aataa la THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH IMS TELEPHONE CO. Dlllll, nut TKI.IJI ON JI'IKIK HAHNKII. Kdward J. llamner, who hat been dlatrlcl Julio, but who now la man lawyer living In Bweetwater, apent Wodneaday In Fort Worth Juat looking around and a-wlahlnii there - wara no paramenia In thla city. Ham uer waa reared I; rla!veetnn. In hie youth be waa the king ot the bunch that made Hie Intereallng lor tome who owned ahlpa that went down to the aeaa. He haa lived out weal, however, ao long that he haa forgot len the dare tl hie youth, which la dninonatratrd when he ralli a ha aer a bin rope. "We are awlmmlnK out our way," aald JndKe llnmlier, when dollcnl...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

A GRAND QUICK USINE55 SAL E! Starts Saturday, January 24th, 1914 mum WORT TUT Of Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes thrown on the market Re gardless of first cost or profit. E1UST SELL THEEV.! We are overloaded on winter goods and our policy is not to carry over from one season to the next, one single article of clothing in men's or ladies' suits, or any thing that the styles are likely to change on. We had rather take our losses first than last and we have decided to put on this sale and take our losses now, for the money is what we want and must have and there is no other alternative. Profits are entirely forgotten. Our only incentive is to turn this into cash quickly. Each and every article will be put on sale at greatly re duced prices. Staple articles of course will not show as great reductions in price as other goods, but will bear their proportional part. People will come for miles and miles around to attend this sale for they well know our policy to clean up each season ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 January 1914

WW- NEAT AND IN ORDER. Everything Is kept neat and orderly In our preaorlii tlon Department; and If you prefer your prescriptions be. filled with strict cars and attention both as to quality of druits used and every detail of the work.brlnR them to us. We attribute our ifi-owlng prescription business to pleasing character of our work both to the physician and the patient. We Invite you to consider our claims'when next you have prescriptions to be filled. i The Prescription House FREE DELIVERY 'PHONE 221 OWL DRUG STOftE F. V. CLARK, DnJgglaT At lha center of thi block north aide. B-e Hardy at. Boyd, tor Abstracts, onr BUM But sl-U. Mr. J. T. Whltelleld wri In from Founts 1 Saturday. He moved from Brath count; several yeara ago to Kent county and lait rail bo moved to tha C. R. Dodson farm west of Snyder. Mr. C. I. Jaeggll aad little aon were, here Monday from Hermlelgh. Judge T. P. Porklna waa at Abi lene Saturday and Monday looking after mattera In tha bankruptcy court. Herbert and ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 6 February 1914

1 iWMtiinnniiii H- 1 I! l Volume .XXVII. FIFTH PflONTH OF ! ' i . niiunrn nnnnni n i m hi ii ii m JUIUUUI UU1IUULU ; Institution Now Taking HIkIi (.round ! V lnriirlplal Training In Take I ,V , l;J . Place In ('arrlrnlum F The fifth month of the present scs slon of the Snyder Public Schools ; hat Juat closed and the report for the ' n.th shows an enrollment of 622. Ti(i Is Just 100 more thsn were en ' rolled '.o the scholastic census In Mar H18, Including the transfers. The school has been tauaht for twen ty full days this month and the work has been Rood. Both teachers and pupils have done excellent work and since, no contagious disease or epl demlo hat prevented the renular at tendance we should feel thankful. The ftrsdes made by the pupils have been better this month than for th. t p.e months, especially on deport ! mcnt. This Is. no doubt, due to re mortr.a the cause as far as possible "of the communication of pupils dur hng study hours. t I call the attention to the parents (th...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 6 February 1914

. v. tllV irk"-' he ' neer We are going to quit w 0 0 'Business in Snyder! a 9 ? e 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 0 . 0 0 tol 0 -.-0 1 . t i A AAA A A i-l- A' I i I I 4 4-i-n 9 Etc., that we are going1 to sell at ACTUAL COST! We had rather our customers would have the benefit of the low prices than a .a . m 1 W 1 I give the reduction to some one concern, lo this end we are going to inaugurate a : ft IC000000000000000 t0000000C&000000000ft0000C00000000000000O$9f ttntiti; Great Quit Business Sale BEGINNING SATURDAY, FEB. 7th and continuing until all the goods are gone. Come early before the stock is picked over. RICH JLlj Mr lHt 1K,1 UMNNKH DF.AI.KIt CllWU.FI WITH HWIMtMVf. Information waa Riven out to the n u.ity offrera here last week Hut there Ann a man trnvelltiK In the north pari nf the county ai'lllii, med icated lenaoa lhat ho claimed would cure lore eyoa, atrnlxhton croaa pyos, relieve neuralgia, rheumnllam head nt hn. neroiiiieie and do ninny other wonderful things Sheriff Holes mil...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 6 February 1914

I (r Notice of Dissolution The firm of Coates-Coleman Mercantile Co. has dissolved part nership, J. B. Coleman withdrawing by mutual agreement, his entire in terest in and to the business of Coates-Coleman Mercantile Co., such as merchandise, fixtures, chattels, notes and accounts. The new firm assumes the in debtedness of Coates-Coleman Mer cantile Co., as per contract of Jan. 31st, 1914, and all notes and ac counts due above firm are due and payable to Coates Mercantile Co. ex cept such notes as were endorsed to J. B. Coleman without recourse on Coates-Coleman Mercantile Co. Coates Mercantile Company A MONO Ol'R tX HANIJK8 4 Ifhn ninnnpfmfinr rtf Will a Cnr.n I. (the best paper Clairomont has ever (had. Cooper Is putting Kent County ;nn the map as ll has never born done ' before. This country In getting In good sliape. The, farmersarr becoming more scientlfc each year, are diversi fying their crops and have discarded obsolete methods of cultivation. The happy-go-lucky method Is fa...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 6 February 1914

T ' Our Sale Continues! 9 9 9 9 9 f or ( ii 9 O e 9 9 9 9 e 9 9 9 9 9 Owing to the fine weather so suitable for farming, the farmers have not had a chance to visit our sale and we have decided to run it longer until further notice. We have had a nice trade right from the opening of this sale, but we still have a lot of winter goods ihat we do not want to carry over and invite you to come in and inpect them. Such values as we are giving in Ladies suits, ladies Skirts, Men's Suits, Boys' Suits, Men's Odd Pants, Boys' Odd Pants, Men's Underwear, Ladies Under- wear, anu you coming aljr tuji.rr Signal IHItnV. I'll KI.K A H.tlthV. Entered In ttio postofflee at Soy dor, Terns, as second class mnll m fit ter. MITH'K TO ri'HMC. Any erroneous reflection upon the charm-tor, standing, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which mny appear In tho rolumna of The Signal will he gladly corrected tf called to thn attention of tho edi tor. Obituaries and notices of chari table or churrh e...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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