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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 6 February 1914

t'9.9999e9999999099e9999t96&999999999 999ec999$9 3e9eoc9O9999 0 Spring Time Goods! ! 9 o p ($ x 0 e 0 e T H E IS c o m i N G Now is the time to Push Your Claim We do not know nor have any idea who hasthe most votes up to now. But we do know thai there is a chance for the ohe who may be behind to win out yet. The thing for you to do is to get up and push your claim from now until the night of the 16th. Bring or send your friends to the Caton-Dod-son Dry Goods Co., to purchase a big bill of spring goods. The more goods you gee and the more ac counts you get paid the more votes you will get. 5,000 yards Red Seal Gingham 5,000 yards - Utility Gingham 1,200 yards - Percales Rice Cloth Embroideries New Crepe Embroideries In fact the largest line of Spring Goods from which to select in the West. Spring Low quarter Shoes and Pumps and the Kabo Live Model Corset COME NOW AND SEE US V W.J- KA'iib - Hi IJ.i MuJ.l" CORSET CAT0ND0DS0N Dry Goods Company SNYDER, TEXAS YKI.I.OWSTONK NATIONAL PA...

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. — 6 February 1914

KM'VANNA ChngcsLbCliraats IB A CONSTANT THREAT TO THB HEALTH OF THB PCOPLB. ' flOOKOCT ITEMS Mr. J, A. Stavelejr, I). A. Jen pi, I M. Hunter, 3. M. Hunnkutt tranaatl ed business In Rnydur Monday, ' 'era be, ' 'ak. Irr.,, m Tuck,, 1 !-'a palplt Tir. Hertman, of Columboa, Ohio, idtacufMi an Important Jiealth topic Tee, It la the cllmatt, not the ffertne, that wa hava to frar In thla country. Ihe grma are present, to be euro, and a re of aoma aim mean ce In diaanoela. Climate, a changeable climate, la the true oauaa of disease. The atmoepherlo pressure varies, the humidity of the atmosphere chanaaa. Every day the temparmture rlsee and fnlle. All thla preeenta to the body very groat trlala to adjust to. The area of high preaeure forma in the northwest Moves rapidly south east, aubjectlnr m Hi lone of our population to Ita Influenoe. The re sult la, thouaanda upon thousands of people catch cold. A email per cent -r theae tbnsande do not vet well of their cold. It (oea into pneumonia, or ...

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. — 6 February 1914

m o The American ufimmi Adding Itmm Machine mi&MA ssir THE LATEST ADDER Costs but $38 H mir exhibit ask tor 10 dnV trial. Hero is n new prim on n r-nm rtiit Adder. On a maiMii" that In rapid, full-nlztt mi Infallible Th) very latent iimrliltic, hiitlt by men who know, In one of the larncftt mrtnl-worklng uliopd. It In nn Indlvldiinl Adder, lo ho plnred on nin'a desk, clone lo oiin'H hooks and nnperii. To tako tho plnrfl of the emit nil ma rhino riiulrlntc ski Med (tperntora. It In also Intendid for offices and Hlori'H whore coMily inn elilnon nre a luxury. The prfio Is duo to utter simplicity, nnd In nnr nnornifxia nut put. Heven key do nil tho work, Knrh roplfd number in Hhown np I'bncklng befora tha addition In marie. Tho machine will ndd, miliirint nrtri multiply. With very alight practice anyone ran cunputo n hundred flmireii a minute in (I tho machine never mnkuH a mlntiikn. Count tuna offhim, InrKo' and Htitall, ore K'ltltiR from thiw mn'hinen tho hlnhoat clani of m-rvlrp....

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. — 6 February 1914

James Stephen Hogg El Kraco Spana Cuba Those t'lirnra an; initio from the licst selection of Clear Havana Tolnecos, Kept iimlat. Try llioin! Our Ciunr Dopartiiifint and Soda Fountain l a favor Ito rosoit with the many who aiprcciatn (food serviee and the best to he had in cold Rod a and Ciifars. Feb. 14th, St. Valentine's Day Complete Stock of Valentines, beautifully Lithographed Price range 5c to$l 50 SEE OUR WINDOW. OWL DRUG STORE F. V. CLARK, Druggist At the center of the block north aide. Para niran Home-made Candles t tba Kandy Kllcbai. W W. Hamilton attended court at Poet Cite thla weak. Hot Temales at the Randy Kitchen I. M Hunter was here Monday altht from Fluvanna. Hot Tamalea at tba Kandy Kitchen Br. T. f Kelly a here Tueeday from In. We Mill bate aeed oata. PhoLO III C. NATION A BON t. W Hancock went eouth on the tanta Fe Sunday. We Mill hart aeed oata. Phona 111 C. NATION A BON J. J. Pop and ton wore In town ftaturdar from lloute 1. Re the Bprlm Time ad of f'ATON milKHIN...

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. — 13 February 1914

. so... :5.-27rat ft, " f Signal Vnliimo X V VII, Hnyilor, Sriirry Comity. TVn, I'tlctii), K'linmr) 1:1, III! I ). Howrtl and i. 0. Norroll Cni.h 1 to Dfjith Umlrr Automobile On rulillc lllirhwajr Two men were found crushed to death under an overturned auto- t aoout two o cioca tasi rriciny mer j noon at a point on the Colorado Jr road about three miles iouMi of Uermlelgo. 'The unfortunate men wore J. O. Howell, a rettdrnt of Loral ne and J. 0. Norroll, a stock farmer of Mltrh ell county, living between Loral ne and (he Lone wo If community. It hi aafd that the men motored Into Hermlelgh with another party who waa leaving for Clyde. The man jeft the car there for the train and the other men started on the return f'a and later were found dead un der their car which had turned up in 1U aide and crushed them. One waa lying on hts face and tho other on hit back, lega across the other man. Both were dead. Signs Indicated that Ihey had trav- f eted at a high rate of speed and the car had ...

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. — 13 February 1914

We are going to quit Business in Sn f yder j j 4 4 take tf i? T.... l. 1 M We have decided to so out of business in Snyder and j have $10,000.00 worth of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats. Notions : Etc., that we are going to sell at : ACTUAL COST! ; We had rather our customers would have the benefit of the low prices than to give the reduction to some one concern. To this end wc arc going to inaugurate a j Great Quit Business Sale BEGINNING SATURDAY, FEB. 7th and continuing until all the goods are gone. Come early before the stock is picked over. RICHARDSMcM ILLAN Hee ui for Hharpless-Tuhlar Cream He pa rat or. 1'hone HI V.. NATION HON A company of Capitalize haa been formed to build an Inierurban car line (mm Dallas In Whl It Kalla. Bee ui for Hharpless-Tnblar Cream Beparatore Phone lUl (. NATION HON J. A. Mean of Polar wont lo Post Cltjr Tuesday to see hi daughter who wii operated on there recently (or appendicitis. He Bays "he la do ong Jnat tolerably well. f AMOXi OI K KXHI1M.K.H I I tt m...

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. — 13 February 1914

fit at 5 i5f W 0 T H E W .f Sol IS H E R E Now is the time to Push Your Claim We do not know nor have any idea who hasthe most votes up to now. But we do know that there is a chance for the the who may be behind to win out yet. The thing for you to do is to get up and push your claim from now until the night of the 16th. Bring or send your friends to the Caton-Dod-son Dry Goods Co., to purchase a big bill of spring goods. The niore goods you get and the more ac counts you get paid the more votes you will get. Spring Time floods! 5,000 yards Red Seal Gingham 5,000 yards - Utility Gingham 1,200 yards - Percales Rice Cloth Embroideries New Crepe Embroideries In fact the largest line of Spring Goods from which to select in the West. r ! I Oi and Pumps and the Kabo Live Model Corset COME NOW AND SEE US e 9 9 9 KABO -TW Un Ul' COHSET 1CAT0N D0DS0N Dry Goods Company SNYDER, TEXAS K.I.K T ItIC I.N.HT PLANT H Wt.KN OWNKHKHIP ttitnly wb1ih Mr. mitt Mrn. Kvnntt plmmant and profitable hojnurti ...

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. — 13 February 1914

Saturday, February 21st : Will be the last day of our sale. If you have not attended it e inv ite you before the c ose and . see for yourself the wonderful values we are giving and we are go.ng to offer ou still "rer reac , the following rtdy to wear goods, for as we have stated before, we do not ant to carry any winter Kuu . over till next fall. a . 1 ( , . 4.,.t nail, brown mixed, this seasons w One Mi' bloe tri? cost suit, wtiieh i t firnH over. was $J0 00. dow "" ' 'j '. J $7.75 w..15.ow "I."'"' OMW,-fo.t,t.l Wd ..il . rrr. ; "V.. 'j' ',,!;., foat wit, 41, a beautiful (r.y, One ladiw' blafk nd hn ill wool bMk ir.wt 7y, Bor .. jjo." .w-f 0 .7i. now - , , ... . r.'. w.. $:.'..' c,.w ...iu.uu On, LoVaooatatiit. brown mix), .il .ool rd. A.tr.- . P.!m f rU. .11 h. ad . M( .... Stwr. wore i.S0, now $1-25 J k.n,r.n,coli.r,-.Aow - . -.,'-" ... ) w . it.T wer $1.50, now . One ladW coat uit (arriH over, win color, ail woo!. This arw-na f.ds f:.' .x new ' Many, Many other articles too nume...

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. — 13 February 1914

:jTHE RURAL PAESS I'llKAl" XKWSI'AI'KHS American Lady Corsets Give the modish figure and combine comfort with style. We sell them at $1.00 to $5.00 Special attention is call ed to our front lace tor-Sets. we will be glad to show you inlno llnrnQnf.ln o do moiuamii u PnmnQnu !;1I1JU1IJ About nil Hit farmera get cheap In iiH'WHimiiem, The publu-her pnv the poHtUKe. .ui.irnrlK-..i.luropytlier..r.MrK.tH ana M-mmi a irinuy or innurnce KXI'KKIMKXTAfi FARMIVfJ .HOVK IN FA V'OH I hat .Mu -I be Ijliliml lit lluild fttK Agtieullurc. Mr. F. 1. TnwiiBond, agricultural ileiiioiiHtrator for Slurry county stat ed i hut ln in (retting even mora en- (iIh political iii.wrfiiaiier, hlH rellgloua emiruKemeiit and co -operation than and htH )P ),.( ji,nlrii;n..(. Quite j number nmvrtpnjii'r. hit maKazin ntrm newspaper. nf fanners Hrp nlainii hit to an artlvo- Bv Peter Radford. I " n"w "r"I"m(''1 ,ln,,,,I ly mm experimental work and will l Hinge on ii.-wnpnpi'r. cniidiirt their rnrnm along HelenWIc A bro...

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. — 13 February 1914

PLAIN TALK From Two Prosperous How ' whret, About Peruna. Mn. B. T. nsrt dls, of Marlon, North Carolina, write to the Pe runa Co., Co lli minis, Ohio: "lief ore I com menced to take 1'eruna I could nit do any hard work without uttering; great mln. I took re run and Man- Mre,E.T.Gsddls aiin, and can soy With pleasure they have done mora for me limit any other medicine I have ever taken. Nuw I am an well as ever. I dci ell my own work and It never hurts me at all. I think Peruna Is a great medicine for womankind." Mrs, Hnrah Frye, No. 108 Sylvan 'Ave Anbury Park, N. J., writes: "I have no words to exnreHe my fratl tude fur the wonderful cure that Peruna has done for me. It Is a gmUeiid to nit sufTerlns; women. Pe runa has done wonderful work for me. "I was str-k over half of my lift with systemic rainrrh. I want this letter published fur and wide, as 1 was a Brest sufferer, but to-day I feel as well ns anybody ran feel. "Nearly till my life I have spent nearly ull I rould rmke and scr...

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. — 13 February 1914

L? New Produce Firm Open In Snyder We desire to announce to the people of Scurry county that we have opened a produce houseinthe Stimson Dry Goods and Grocery Company and want to buy your Poultry, Eggs, Butter, in fact anything you have in the Produce Line We will pay the highest Market Prices. Give us a Trial. We guarantee satisfaction. Yours to serve, TELEPHONE 296 Jolly & Loftin THB Ml'ST SKW" VIXW. The "Just Sow" Club mot with Mra. Oeorae W. Harris on Tlnirnlujt afternoon of February 12. A delightful afternoon was spent, everyone enjoying horeelf Immense ly. Delicious refreshments . were aerved. Hri. H. 0. Towl. and Mrs. E. W. Clerk were ueit of the club. MRA. f'MFTON PERKINS BI'RPRIHKI). Aa birthday compliment In hon of her sister. Mra. Clifton 8. Perkins. Mra. Tllmon Perklna successfully ar ranged and carried Into effect a de lightful aurprlae party. The gueste assembled at the home of Mrs. T. P. Pereinu and proceeded In a body to the Perkins' homo. Mrs. I'fklns was Inkon ...

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. — 13 February 1914

ir CAR OF A ii 1 -7 V rT'v )f" l""1" -""""V ffl 5 D Wednesday and Thursday FEBRUARY 18th and 19th, TWO DAYS ONLY We want to buy a car load of fat hens. Will pay you in CASH 9 cents per pound for fat hens Don't miss this opportunity to sell your hens at fancy prices. Remember the dates, February 18 and 19, two days only, as the car has only two days here. Load up your wagons and bring them in. Don't bring in anything but hens and roosters. 9c PFP pound FOR HENS PER POUND FOR ROOSTERS TION & SON SNYDER, TEXAS , ",Vi -. . . . . ... '...! ; -. - r

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 13 February 1914

I American JfiilL: Adding m$$4 Machine feiSM I THE LATEST ADDER Costs but $33 Rop our inhibit vk for 10 diijV trlnl. Here lg now price on a competent Ail doc On a mmhlno that Is rapid, tttll-slzo an Infnlllhle. Tlu very latest machine, built by men who know, In one of the tarKOBt metat-worklng shops. It Is an Individual Adder, to be placed on one's dealt, elono to one's books and papers. To tako the placo of the central ma chine retitilrlnn skilled oner n tors. It Is also Intended for offices and stores where costly ma chines are a luxury. The price Is duo to utter simplicity, and to our enormous output. Seven kcy do all the work. Each copied number Is shown up for checking before the addition Is nmdo. The machine will add, subtract and multiply- With very light practice anyone can compute a hundred figures a minute and the machine never mnkes a mistake. Countless offices, large and amnll, are getting from I heap machines the highest class of service. Now wo make this offer no that ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 13 February 1914

I ;- Wall Paper at Warren Brother. L M Jordan, of the .lermlelgh community was in Snyder Wednes day. Mr. Jordan lays that small grain In hit nlhborhood is looking well and that the acreage ii larger than itstul. He also stated that an un usually hrge amount of dprins W wero being sown thee day. WH NOW HAVE Seed Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets, and all Kinds of Garden Seeds. Mo, we are now handling what we think i, the vrrv best fl'iur ever brought to Snyder. LA FRANCE which is tlie same ns Cotton White And we are still selling that good Ribbon Cane Syrup nt oOc per gallon. Better bring your can before it is all gone. Now I the tlino lo lV?d IN TERN AT ON A I STOCK FOOD. It in not a mere feed; il is a medicinal stock tonic tint will put jour AntmsU in gwtl condition. Try it. T-'xa Aluiuna.- and St;iu 1-: (iu.Htri.il (inula' on lu re. Price ..Or Kuh. Of yo'in to l.iy. Whenever you need tfoods in tlie drutf i'ne cull on u We appreciate yiuir butttne). We Iuve free deliverr.PHON'E County Sur...

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 March 1914

V . Volume XXVII. Hnyder, Scurry County, Texan, Friday, March (I, 1IM4. LORAINR PA KM Kit KT8 FLEKC KD TO THK TTNK OK $4,000 MY SMOOTH STRANOKIW H. M. Parry, farmer of Lorain who ha had some experience In bank lot and who contemplated open , fng a bank at Christine, had $4,000 worth of experience In Ran Anton io, It happened thla wax: Perry wai Inspecting the Alamo when he overheard two men talking of the enormoui profits which they were making with amall Investments or beta. Perry became Interested and Inquired further Into the matter. The men told, him It was a cinch. During Runday, Monday and Tuesday the imnothe tongued strangers saw Per ry often. To prove their conviction fhat It was "easy money" occasional ly one of them would loave with a mall sum of money and return with a Urge roll. Wednesday morning Per ry became convinced that their rheme was a good one. He drew $4,000 from a local bank, met the strangers In Travis park and turn ed the money over to them with the verbal un...

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 March 1914

i s Mr. John m of 81 Kim till note, waa troubled five yean with catarrh. The eatarrh wan ao eevere In, hla that hla life IMffltd threatened. !Aa ha ax preaeea It himself, be had "one foot In the grave." Of course he tried lt r.ll.f. I Wan prao- A 0 tltlontrl T' wrre eon Bulled and a catarrh peclallet In MULL JOHNSON St data, UkW. Bt. Louis waa tried, t W got eo weak and lhorouer.tr run down that he d- elarea he oould not walk mora than . h.n.iiMi v.rvt. .MhA..i .im. rw pwpn unofniua mm uiimi la a constant dratn on tha system. ' Tha discharge of mucus which la aolnr on tn such oaaf-a Is lanr lr com posed of blood serum, and Is a Tat waste. Sooner or later It wtll weaken the stmnsest man. According to reporta received from Mr. Johnson, ha waa In a desperate condition, but he found relief from bit trouble. We will lei blm say how he found It. His own words say: "My friends told me to take Pa runa, and I did so. 1 now feel that Peruna has saved my Ufa It la the best medicine on earth, a...

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 March 1914

T J The i Amnrinon M&M ? i niiiih iiiiiii r ffr.'r"'-;..Ti 'ii m u Miming, Kgsffl' : Mil Kill! Costs but $38 8r nur exhlhlt aak for 10 daya' trial. Here li a new price on competent Adder, on machine that li rapid, fu l-elie in Infallible. Too rerr lateet machine, built bj men who know, In one of the lancet melal-worklnf ihopi. It la an Indlrldual Adder, to be placed on one't (Ink. cloae to one'i booka and papera. To take the place of the central ma chine requiring akllled operator!. It li alio Intended for. offlcea and atorea where coitlr ma chine! are a luiury. in. price ii oue to utter ilmpllrlljr, and to our enormoua 'nntniit ftavfin trav An all th Bach copied number la ahown up for checking before the addition la made. The machine will add, aubtract and multiply. With rerr light practice anyone can compute a hundred flgnrea a minute ind the machine never makoa a nilttake. Counlleaa offlcea, large and email, are gelling from these marhlnee the hlgheat claaa of aervlce. . Now ...

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 March 1914

L at Zt Buybtt Signal HAItPV, Pit KI.K ft n.iDV. Entered In lha nottofflce it Bor der, Texaa, M second cIin mall mat ter. KOTICK TO PUIH.IC. Anj erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which mar appear In the column of The Signal will be gladly corrected If called to the attention of tba edi tor. Obituaries and notice of chari table or church entertainment, wbere admission li charged, will be charged for at the rate of 2c per lloe. HnyoW. T'xa, February 0. 101 1 4, ; 4i 4 ASMM N KMKNTM 4j ! . 4 4 4 Subject lo the. art ion of the Demo cratic Tarty In July j t'or ltrprMiiUttiit ( Hrtih. .lepre- j M-nt alive DMrht) T. F HAKKK of Scurry Co. A. J. HAOI.VS of Kent Co. For District Attorner (SlMli IMa trtrt) JAtf P 8TINSON of Jouee Co W J AH1NC.TON, Htonewall County. For Ithtrkt Clerk WALT Kit S A HAMSUN Fr Count)' Judge C. fl BUCHANAN For Kliei-lff W. A. MEHRILL For County rfc: W T HKINNKR For Taa Atwmf JOE MKKRITT For Tax Colle...

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. — 6 March 1914

a . Ia " mnmf ' " T II The Great Quit-Business Sale is Still ON 8 Richardsricriillan Co. 1 lllttltUtWtUUtt4Mttttt 4..,4.4444.. 0L I Highest Cash Prices We are paying the highest CASH PRICES for Eggs and fR Poultry. See us before you sell. JOLLY & at Stimson's Store. .Vtj SAM HUM. ANJforXCKH Kill MIII.H' WKKIIIKII The Signal la authorlied to an nounce Sam Mull aa a candidate (cir the office of Puhllo Welcher for Sny der Prerlnct No. 1. lie announcea aub Ject to the July prlmarlee. Kverybndy hereabouta knowa flam Hull. He la a bard working, honeat carpenter. He la a man of good biial oeaa training and well qualified to dlarharge the dutlca of Public Weigh r. If olected he will carefully look af ter all the detalla of the bualnoaa In the handling of cotton and other produce pnaalng through hla handa. Ha will treat everybody alike In the tranartlnna of buatneaa. Conalder hla rlalma. The Signal doea not hope to pleaae reryone, In fact we rlnil It difficult to run thla bualneaa to aul...

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. — 6 March 1914

,1 First in vcry41ung Tnf in QumNty ftrrt im Rmlt9 Flnt im Pmrity Fint im Ecomy and fr these reasons" Calumet Baking I'owdcr is first In t lie hcarti of the million of home wive who OM tt and know It. IICTTTO) ncmT aWAIM fMtfi rwv rM , A Card of fliiu.ks. We want to offer our tieiirt f 1 1 thanks to our many kind mid tin fall Inn friends In th!r umlrliik ef forts to ghe relief and comfort to our loved ones in our recent k nets and death of t.tir th-ar hmband ad father. We It it 1 1 never forget I" pray for you ( We have, lived among many pi-o pie, but want to say that our neigh bora of this rommunliy are as kind ind sympathetic as any we have ever met, la not this the Christ ilke plr :t. "I was slrk am) ye ministered un o me?" MRS MANNA Mt ItPIIItKK. AND t'MM.DHKN Hoys and (llrls. read t.Vnsnn It linilh's ad nn the hark pe. The .re koIhr to ghe awny an automo dWr VI u sic Store HnulhwrM Cnrnrr H.iwrr. You wl" find 8itt Mualc, Initrnc on HcKiki. Huilral Imlrumrnti. Ina IrltiH and aun...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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