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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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

1 V. Millinery Our Millinery department is Now showing all the latest styles in head dress. Call and See. Miss Harner will take pleasure in show- ing you the new shapes. Our Dress Goods Continue coming in. Call and let us show you all the new shades in Tango Cloth Rice Cloth. Crepe Velvet Etc. We also wish to call attention to our line of Men's and Boys' SHOES We are restocking and have just received our new line of Men's and Boys' work shoes. Our Dress shoes are In transit. Coates Mercantile Company A ('All UAI OK CATAIXMJt'KM. CITATION IIV Pimf.K'ATION m m From Mansion to Hovel! Anythlnu you need In Lumber Sash I)uildnra' Material Pouts Wire Etc. If you are gnlnK to build; figure with us. IIOHHKH OVIMJ OF Ill.lV.t HTAtif.KHM IMwMf ('An lb Cintmllcd F.ifNTtn May hj TUJ Chung.) uf F(hI nil Forage. 0. L. Wilkirson Lbr. Co. : Snyder Texas GOV K It NO K oigniT TAKKS A H.M Austin Texaa Feb. 2 Governor Colquitt orders a thorough Investlga- tinn of the hinging by Mexican fed- erals or Cle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

HSU. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Reld I OoWen nod ) ptmillrelj the eaten nillM north of Snyder M.rcb atronneet feed nude and the Iwet .... . I- n..in llol. d When you order SKaln inHude liol- 1 a boy. den Hod. 1-3 dumper. Ak 10 be ahijwu. Knr aale by all iri'H ilealerf. I.IVIMJ AT 1IOMK OWL DRUG STORE "at the renter ol the block-north siiie." Our liuninosit is to Hue tliat you mo properly served when buying drujM. Skillful attention to your wnnt riulit uYnllnir nnd cnur- toous treatment will commend 'The. Owl" to your ittten tion whon in need of Drufts Medicines Toilet Goods Sundries elu Many thlnxs enter into tile right In ml Hint of drugs tliat doinand a wide experience. We have had this. From the simple niatU-r of Hring you a irlass of pure cold soda to that of tilliiiK an intricate or difficult pre- scription you II find us equally at home. If you are not now one of our regular pleasi d customers we invite you to call on us for your drag want. The beat servico the lowest price co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

The i American L&mffii Adding mm Wine ig&Mi THE LATEST ADDER Costs but $35 He our exhibit-auk tar 10 days' trial Hers Is a new pries on a competent Adder on a machine that la rapid fuil-ilw an Infallible. Tba Terr latest machine built by men who know In one of two larsjest metal-working ihopa. It it an Individual Adder to be placed on one'i ileik. close to one'i books and papers. To take the place of the central ma- ctlne requiring skilled operators. It la also Intended for offices and stores where costly ma- chine are a luiurr. The price Is due lo utter simplicity aod to our enormou utput. fleven keys do all the work. Kaon oopted Dumber Is shown up for check Inn before the addition la made. The machine will add subtract and multiply. With Try slight practice anyone can compute a hundred figures a minute end the machine never makes a mistake. Countless ofMoes large and small are getting from these nanhlnes the highest class of service. Now we make this offer so that offices ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

2Jl)p fttrnVr lgttal HAIIIir I'ICKI.K HAllDV. Entered In tha noatofflca it 8nj- dtr Texas aa second elm mall mat tar. NOTH'K TO 1'UIII.IC. Anr erroneous reflection upoo tba character standing or reputation of anr person firm or corporation which may appoar In tha columns of The Signal will be Kladl; corrected If called to the attention of the edi- tor. Obituaries and notices of chari- table or church entertainments where admission Is chargod will be chimed for at the rate of Hc per line. Hn)l-r Tmaa Marrli III HM ANNOl'M'KMKN'TH 4 Suujoct to the action of the Demo- cratic I'arly In Jul;. For lt4-irrrlilaUvn lontb. Id'ltro- ..senlatlra District) XT. K. I1AKKR of 8curry Co. X J. HAUINS of Kent Co. For District Attorney (DUi Dis- trict) JAB. P. HTINRON of Jones Co W. J. AHIN'ITON. Htonewall County. For IMslrtct Clrra WAI.TIilt 8. ADAMSUN For County Juflge C. ft. IIIICIIANAN For Hhcriff W. A. MKRHILL For t'oanly l"k: W. T. 8KINNKU For Tas Awe or JOB MKRRITT For Tas Collector: W. H. CURR...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

A . . . . i iAiAiAii444ittttttttTTTTT7TTT777"7I . . . . .i S - - at i. The Great Quit-Business aaie il 8 GOING orc 8 Richards-ncriillan iriivinifiiari faff i i:i Owr Weecy Sermonette By Rv. U. C. Howiml See us before you sell. JOLLY & LOFTIN g at Stimson's Store. Hl'lUKt'T The Wllee of thn le- il. (Contlnui'tll Ix'Mnli: Kph. : 10-20. Text: Kph. 6:11 "I'm on the wlinln urliwur of (Ind Hint yo majr In utile In at u ii il nKiilMt Hi" Ue Ihe ilcvll." In our fornirr arrmnn from till" text w tllBi'iimiiMl tliu "Armour of dul" aleo the nuceflanry iiualltlite In I li unlilli.r who "Manila" nml In port "Thn wllea III thn ll-vll" III. trlfkf. rlili'iun'rim alrateKeina. etc. To make Hear wo llluatrnted by i ho twili' of I'linniiili. ronaldorlul in... atrlklna type of the devil. We iioIIwhI In our f!rt dlvlaliio in ii.ni Plmraiili llxi'il hlm.i'lf In di-termlni'd purpiuie. never to let the of the rhurrll he il.'lmli'" a' pi.nlillilii Willi the tiotliin iiii'lnlii'mhlp la i""1''1''1;. uoinly...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 6 March 1914

t' v 9 e 9 0) 9 O a o OWL DRUG STORE "At the eentnr ol the block-north aide' MAX IN E ELLIOTT TOILET SOAP-ln complex on soap wives a thick creamy In liter tn hard ornoft wu- tor I'lrunsi's thoroughly and riiinffl easily leaving tho skin soft iind smooth. Daintily perfumed. 10c Hr cuke box of ft cakes 50c. I NEVEU TOO LATE to feed INTEltXATIONAL Stock Pond. It h an abMoluiu medicinal atocif tonic. In use now will pruYpnt vontaKion and ovcrcorfiB the vari- oum dmU'iniieiH of Block at this Reason. Feed Interna- tional Poultry Food. It will Ueo; your hens healthy and make them lay. " ' t-ii WE'KK showintf a stock of the celebrated SHU- MATE KAZOltS fund the Oiled and HrokA-ln Strops Kully 0 uuranteed. WE REPIIESENT The Dallas New. Hee us for advertUii.it and subscription nit to both the Daily and Semi-Weekly Farm News. HtM Texan Almanac now on sale HO cents each. PRESCRIPTIONS. Hrin us your pieserlptiona and family receipts. They receive the ritf'H attention here. F. V. CLARK Druggist F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

- VullMlK1 Jt.XVH. H..).1er Hi llrry t'oun.y Tons l-'rl.biy Miirrli 211 ll I. KuinlMY 40 LAID T Itarnra and Pupil" llcniler n Kiccllcilt Musical anil Mternry Program. On last Friday nlKbt at the opera house the people of Snyder were treated to a moil elegant entertain- ing. hiKh ! "nl ln lh" " i I'.nt.tn liven by Mrs. Edwin 'l llruoa ll.rne. and her music pupil.. (inlited by Mla Mill weainera pi- nlil and Mr. Kullerlon rlollnlat.. Tin Canlata waa given for the ben- fil of the Cemetory anterprlae and It li learned that it waa a aplendld aur- cm. nnanclally aa well aa artl.ll- rally. The parllclpanta were well drilled under the skillful leaderahlp of Mn. Hsrncs anil they all performed their parts nlcoly. following la the program Vocal Solo Character MIm fcee llrtdgeman. Urandma- -In Bong M lis Laura Hnnter. Kloaay The Queen Willie May utlkei. Mailge -In Hong Merle Moore. Nora In Kerltatlon Franda .. - lnlly--ln ll.cltatlon-Th.lm. Na- . Jamea In Ilecllatlon ('baric ijesander. Maud.-ln ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

AM ON (J r II UXCHANtJKH The finance report us recently cum- plletl by County Clerk Harden shows ti expenditure of over eleven thou- laiid dollars Tor road Improvement purposes duritiK the fiscal your end- ing January III. The Commissioners In session this week recommended that oilier Improvements be made and It Is very pmbuhle thut tho good vi rk will continue. - Clulrmuont He porter. Kent couniy I.uh prngrewslve cttl- lenililp mid with wide awake officer ha ked up hy the people and with the oil Interests ahout to roino to Hie front Kent la going to cnmn to t 1m from. Hlg HjirliiMH Herald says 2!i coun- ties In Texas have voted on local op- ton Btiii'f'MaiMiilYy Int. Of thene li voted dry :tnd six wet. The A.'pennoni star h;nln a heavy editorial: "We need Cheap Money." Jot editors need money wln-tli'-i cheap ur not Tliu people of Hurley riv hiiUI l have put Into tine u new way for gel ling train to atop n( Unit Wlliige The nearest depot Ih at M iilcshuc but Hurley want one of Its o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

MEW COMETHING TO SHOW YOU! Something new! The season's newest choicest niftiei kJ merchandise now is on display in our store. We take much pride in tiie tact that th people of this town depend on us to do their buying. They have learned that we bu intelligently because we know what they want. We really think though we mad unusually haoov selections this time. Come in and look things over. The PRICES ARI ATTRACTIVE much lower than you would expect for merchandise of that gradd WT WHILE THE GOODS LAST YOU CAN BUY THEM AT THESE MICKS BUT SOME OP THKM WILL SELL OUT FAST Ml ir IS Auvin.. . - - f EN'S ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR Athlotlo iiniloi wear Is becoming more anil more popular. We have a splendid how Inn in the sleeveless knee longlh union Bulls made f rom best nai'iMnli. 'iwIrI at 11.00 MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR I Light weight bal- l brlggan shirt nd drawers hong nil short sleevei. Big moneyswortb. Per garment... 'UP WOMEN'S SUMMER VESTS Light weight shaped neck and armholes. Some with lace ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

ITPLKMKXT TO THE. SNYDER SIGNAL 'J Dress Goods and Trimmings Every Color Every Price Every Width Every Grade While we have always carried a big stock of Dress Goods our dress goods stock far surpasses anything we have ever carried. You certainly will be surprised to see this immense stock of Dress Goods and Trimmings in a town of this size. Come as soon as you can and let us show you o Millinery! Millinery! We have by far the largest millinery stock we have ever carried. Miss Minnie Lindsey and Mrs. Sears have this de- partment in charge and judg- ing from the way they are turning out hats they must have the right goods at the right prices. It will pay you to visit that department be- fore you buy. They will show you all the new and up-to-date things as cheap as you can get out of date stuff. Men's fit Doys' Hats This house is called the John B. Stetson Hat House. Ninety per cent of our hats are manufactured by John B. Stetson Co. We carry all the New up-to-date fads in Men's and Bo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

0 . l j . sr ; m mm I Machine IMdll i I THr: LATEST ADDER Costs but $33 Met nur rvhihlt ak fur 10 ilii)V trial. Hero la a new price on a cnmputcnc Adder on a machine Unit Is rapid fu'il-alie an Infallible. Tho very lateat machine built by men who know In one of the largest motal-worklna; ihopi. It le an Individual Adder to be placed on one'i desk clou to (ino'i books and papers. To take the place of the central ma- cblno roqulrlng skilled operators. It la also Intended for offices and stores where costly ma- rhfnui are a luxury. The price la due to litter simplicity and to our enormous output. Seven keys do all the work. Such coplod number Is shown up for chucking before the addition la made. The machine will add subtract and multiply. With very sIlRht practice anyone can compute a hundred figures a minute ind the machine never makos a mistake. Countless offices large and small are Betting from these nix'hliina Him hlffhuBl nliiM nf servlc-a. Now we make this offer r.o that offices ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

fj &n$tt Signal HARDY pit 'KLE HARDY. Enured la tbe postoffko at Bny- dtr Teua. m second elaae mall mat-Ur. To the Men Who Love Their Wives A Special Invitation XOTH B TO PCIILIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the charMler atandlnf or reputation of or person firm or corporation wh'ch may appear la tbt column of Ttf Signal vlll bt gladly corrected If called to tht attention of tbe edi- tor. Obituaries and notice of cnart- tabla or church entertain menu where admission U rharged. will be charged for at tbe rale of 14 per line. t ANMH KMKNTS Subject lo the art ion if tbe Demo- crntlc Party In July for ltepremullTf (IftStli. lU-pr-m tali re fUulft T. F HAKKK of Slurry Co. A. J llAGJNB of Kent Co. tor District Attorney CISMb Dia trirt) JA8 P BTINSON of Jonea Co W. J AKINOTON. fltooewall County. For Dlotrlfl I1erk WAI.TKIt 6 ADAM. SON For Cownty Judge C. It. HCrilANAN For Hlwrlff W. A. M KflH ILL For County Clerk: W. T. BK1NKKR For Tax Aw or JOE MKRRITT For Tax Collector: W. M CURRY F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

i track: meet WOLFE'S PARK Saturday March 21 2 p. m. Admission 15 & 25c anna 1 i - If YOU Would SAVE MONEY Buy Peanut Butter In 4 lb net weight self-sealing jars. PECAN VALLEY BRAND Ask Your Qrocer. NO XI'KCI.II KKSSHIX (iiivt'rhiir I'oliiuin Has IMvlili-.l xl l( Cull tin lul.iiiiiro Tih lifr Now. OH-HHI. MTATKMKNT K TIIK HVIM'I .11. CONDITION' OK TIIK FIRST STATE BANK Al t'liiviinnn 81nle of Tuxaa at the clone nf biiHlncus on Iho 4th day of March. published (n lh( SIriiuI a mwhi;iit print rd ana puuiisticd at Snyder State of Toxus on 1 ho 20th. da- "( March ID 14. ItKHoriU'KM Ifiav.f. ;ind Discount per- ioiihI mill CnlliitiTiil lan. real estate (ivenlriftH Ileal Etate (Hanking huMM furniture null fixtures hue from approved re- ktvc agents net .... and bankers subject to check net Canli Items . . 200.92 Current y .... 3607.00 Specie 14115.95 Intercut lit Depositors liiiar.thty Killiil .... $12 OOT. 98 3 out; oo 1 2ti7 89 1 125 36 1 078 40 Total 63 360 79 LIABILITIES faplial Bloc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

Sixty Yers the Slandard .1- j.K1) ' : -... ly m H Cream of Tarfar Powder Hade from Grapes UO ALUM What PunlMl Her. A auffraia maatln aa drawing to ft eloM. Tha apeaehes had all been mid and tha nuetlni wat thrown open to the audience. Said tbo prealdlnf officer: "Now la there any woman here who would Ilka to Mk a question? Don't heel- tate to aak anr queitlon you'd like to any question at all about any phase of the woman queitton." Kor a few momenta there waa al- ienee. Then a woman arote and aak- ed: "Mar I aak anr quoatl n at all?" "Certainly." aald the arwaker per- auaarrel;. "What queitlon would you Ilk to aak?" "Woll" aald the woman. "I'd like ta know bow you lot that smooth affect orer your blpa?" Ladlea Horn Journal. Music Store owthwest Comer gqaara. Too will find Bheet Music tnstruc tlon Books Musical Instruments. Fins strings snd supplies of all kinds Piano Tuning and Organ Repairing a Specialty. J. D. B O Y D 2 VOI It MM) TITI.KM. 0 i' 1 1 u.'.'li.iv .'.IITVI'V All. 0 m H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

V. DIDN'T READ ALL THC SIGNS iiiiBis&2ss2L'ug:. &iiimmimii Ladies' Furnishings Our Millinery and Dress Goods De- partments are receiving re-inforcements daily and we are now showing the strong- est line of Ladies' Ptii iiisliings ever dis- played in Snyder. Eflfcsaii We Arc Anxious that You Inspect Our Lines Look through compare mill be convinced tht you are getting the best. It costs nothing to look and it is a pleasure to have ll'.e privilege of showing you. "Make our store youi store." Received Today A full line of the celebrated M. W. Ilodkins California Buckskin Gloves. Men's Ladies' and Boys. Coates mercantile Company IS Amateur Sleuth 8hould Have Noticed That Hit Victim Was a Man of Q Ick Temper. 'I' lie one wrd n young man' with the Unlit of amhitiott to lm a defective Hhlnlng tn lila eyes; tlin oilier a middle-aged man who was rending a news- paper. "(f Vjriit mnn unKti't li'T" (iicrfcd tlio young mnn at lust. ' "Who?" asked the other as he looked up. i t "Sherlock ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 20 March 1914

tt Wall Piper t Warren Brothers OWL DRUG STORE "At the (enter of the block-north ihle." Shop With Us by Telephone No Order Ton Sn nil or Too Un ite to receive Our Careful nntl I'l imt nttentiim . and the Ootid.- delivered to Your home iiuj-where in TlioTown. Shop with us by Parcels Post Wo are aendhiK Goods Over the. Different Kurftl routes with entire SutiHfnction to Our pntrons. No order too mniili or too Innie to receive our Ciireful and Prompt attention and the Goods KO out to You Uy your Next Postman. We Appreciate Your Business F. Y. Clark Dmaist Free Delivery Pl'one 1 IKTKBHCHOMHTIO 1 FACT AllOUt THK LKAUI'K MKKTi IHKI PltoroRITHIN J. 8. Golden thinned out a ear of caitle Friday to the Knnsaa Cl!r mar- w.t. Reautlful line of Border Scene. lxjl cards 10 cents per down at tlrayum Drug Company. " Mra. J. I. Ilurrough anil chllilren. at Dcnnott wero Kiifnta of Mrs. Jens Don't tall lo nee the lleiiullfiil Hny- WII"li. ilor Hreiii'S post citrdH ftt (irnynin ! " Drug Compnny. 20 r.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

7 Hn)lrr Slurry t'ounljr T' Krlilii) MiinIi 7. lul l. Vollimo XXVII. J J. DILLARD . Charged With Hwlndlln ami Forg- ery ItfliwHHl oa Bond to A p. pear In Hate (Jowwiy Court. j. J. Dlllard wu arrested at Wichi- ta Falli thla wuk by Deputy Sharif Box of thla county on an Indictment by the rernt Brand Jury charging forgery. 1)11 lard li well known horn and wu for many years a prominent dllsen of Lub!;ock county represent- ing that district In the legislature In 1K12-13. It li alleged fhat a year or more ago Dtiiard torged a i nl I -claim deed to a section of lund In R wisher county. The deal was made here with Jas. It. IHny and It Is alleged thut Dillsrd forged thn initio of Joshua Tnuftt Hr. of Kholhy county In th PKtreme eastern pari of llio slate who was the owner of thn lund to the deed; also forged the name of notary public of Hhelby county and Imprinted on the deed the seal of a Kholhy county notary public. Dlllard li said to have received flt.ftnn in cash and several thousand do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

DR' UK Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the low priced baking powders. To be on tho safe aide when buying baking powder examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made from Cream of Tartar. POUI.THY NOTKH (fly D. K. Banks) TIIK HA IN" LAST 1VKKK. J Nnder Counti) O. K. -- . - ; H urry and adjoining ('(ntnlloB got Reports from all parts of ihe rutin-iiii Inch ruin hint week and overy- I)' indicate that tln rain last week thing is lovt ly anil tin- gouMe liangH wns general It lit much heavier lnihlch In that fitillou of I ho slate soma localities than In others. Tin 1 "I lore l w better land In Texug than full ranged from half an Inch to uinih.it which Is eonialiied within I In- Inch and vai iufflclent most very-; hounds of Scurry County. Abilene where to make the mohduro meet. Tho farmers arc fw-lliiK good over tho prmipect mid a large number of them Imvo planted tome curly feed tlits week. tt-'port'T. Wall Paper at Warren Hrothers It li now time t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

OBJECT LESSON IN LABRADOR The jii'-.yjo .AVIS American igmffi Adding mm Machine mMmMA jp i much I do rh'H k I'lORQ 'til nil iiui- r-'Hi ly inn to e ft 0 o . :i rl :iiilil WH!i wrv Iimnlr (I f i ruri'P n itlnii'f THE LATEST ADDER Costs but $33 Hen our clillilt iik for 1 fln)V trial. Hero Is a new price on a coin net cut Adder on that Is nipiil fnJ-ilKo an InfnlllMo. ' Tho vory Jutost imirliin. twill by men who know In one of tlio larKi'Ht nuMnl-workiriK b1ioh. It Ih iiu Imllvhlnnl Ailil-r to be pliui-d on oih'a to ono's books mid p.-ihiTB. To Mike Mm (llneo of tint rhino r(Mii!i'lnK nl;ill-il iinr:itorR. It Ik nlfo Intfiidi'tl for office and Hloros wherr (dilncB are a hiviiry. Tim prieo In din- to tiller simplicity jud to mr O'ltpiit. Sevi ii k- h do nil (li" work. Kaeli cipli rl u u iii ht-;- Ih iiViv.ii iin fur i lieiMi: : Imfnro thn n'tdP'-ji Ih in:ide '. lie ih.M'hWie Mill uM F.lt practl. e iinyon- can e I lid I tut llj;i'iine Il''er ni;il;e CoiiDtl' KH offl eg liirK'! tllR' hlli...

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