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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

QHjf &n$tt Signal HAIIDY PKIKI.K HARDY. Entrl In tba poilofflc it 8nr- dsr Tuu aa atcond claaa mill mtt- tr. NOTK'H TO PUIIIJO. An arronaoua raUacMon upon tha ebaractar standing or reputntlon of or ptraon firm or corporation whlcb mar appsar In tba column! of Tbo Signal will bo sladlr corractad If called to lb attention of tba edi- tor. Obltuarln and nollcea of cbarl- labia or oburcb eolortalnmenu whera admlaalon la ebarged will be charged for at tbe rata of 1H per Una. Harder Ta March T IV 14. ANNDUNt'KMKNTH 4 ' Subject to tbe action of (he Demo- eratle Party In Julr for ReprfMaUUra (loath. Itepre- aserUUra INatrlct) T. r. RAKRR of Scurry Co A. J. HAOIN8 of Kent Cv. For District Attorney (sjgth INa- trlct). JA8. P. 8TINRON of Jonea Co W. J. AWNOTON Stonewall Count. For DUtrlrt (Iwk WALTKR S. ADAMSUN For County Jucljr C R. BUCHANAN For Shrri W. A. HKRRILL For Ooaatjr Oka-ki W. T. 8KINNHR For Tat Aaeeaeor JOE MKRRITT For Tax Collectori W. M. CURRY For noantr 1 0. R. l.OCKIIART Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

CASH VS. CREDIT Dear Friends: A great many have asked us to continue to sell at the extraordinary values which we gave during our recent sale. The answer is: "Credit prohibits." However since so many have seen the great saving to be had by paying cash we have decided to re-open our sale for thirty days. Kindly figure and compare the prices we offer with credit prices. Suppose you wanted to buy the follow- ing bill of staple goods: Cash vs. Credit S r w w 8 u I 2 c t S " fe J8 a 22 to a H 2 j S 100 pounit. bail Hour Oriole and Bewler'a licit. NO IIKTTKII MADE Ab-julutetr guaranteed Coata for Caen $2.05 100 Ibe. Cane Bant Coata lor Caah U K 80 cent ctn Halting Powder coitl for rash 1 OroM Matchea. Coats for Caah 100 pounds Irian Polatoea Coata fur Caah I 00 f pounda good Coffoe Coata for Caah 1-00 S pounda Peaberry Coffee Coata for Caah 1-00 1 larmi bucket "Krlaco" Coata for Caah 0 1 101b bucket Oreen Vein or Kin Komua ajrrup coata for caah .68 1 doien Cans Good Corn Cost for Cash -90...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

""' j - : : --- y TIIK 8KANONH. . f 11 .... .' .J. '- - u 'ir ' " ify 1 CATARRH OF THE PHARYNX. ClMrinir out your throat erery ttay all day. That li what you hv been doing for monlha. Powlbly yean. A Utile mucui coven the pharynx. If you were to go to a doctor ha would tell you that you have plrnr ynvltla. If you wer to look Into your own throat you would And Just back of the aoft palate a red lumpy rranular appearance of the bnrk part of the throat Fharynffltli the doc- tore call It. Perhnpe he would call It follcutar pharynx) I la. It oaueee you oonitant annoyance. Tou are alwaya mnkln light dlilurbanoea when aeated In en audience. Can't hold your throat till. Blrlnpry mucui bo there you. Wore In the mom Inf. A -hem I A-hemt A-hem! That ll the way you are rolna- nearly all day. Borne tlmee In the night when you wake up. Tou ought to ffnrale your throat with ealt water evrry mom- tar. Cold ult water. That cleara out the throat perfectly and mokua It ready for treatment Peruna la th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

.- " " "" PUBLIC DINNER A NUISANCE? 1 1 I wmm Naw York New.paper Baya II la. 0lll nil r--i 1 C-v f"u Are Anxious That You Inspect Our Lines Look through compare ami be convinced that L are Rettin) the Host. It costs nothing to k and it is n pleasure to have the privilege l Lowing you. "Make our store your ski. e. Ladies' Furnishing s Our AUIlinery and Dress (ioods IK- partments are receiving re-infarceiiients daily and we are now showing tin-strongest line of Ladies rurnlshii.Rs ever dis played In Snyder. Just Received An express shipment of the- newest shapes mid styles In Ladies Mats. Ceates Call and See Them. iflprPJM it "i line uompany en Account or roor rmy at". Poor flpeakare. 11 ha. lone been Hie arecnble habit of friendly orBemaillon. from the Hum ol HI. I'Btrlrk lo the Now Kn- huiil .ocloty. th" Ohio. the Houthern anil oilier. lo Kite orcaalonnl dinner ot whlrh lh-r may reln-ib ll'lr l'lr- IH with H"i fninilinr dialect which l cmlelul In Hip ran InnK inniaed lo II. im.l by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 27 March 1914

3fl ft u) Q 4 I OWL DRUG STORE "At the center of the block north title." ANNOUNCEMENT THE EVENING JOURNAL A. II. II I) & CO. Publisher Dallas Texas Tins new Evening paper ain.llnr In chiiruulor to The Dalla Nwb yet distinctly an evening paper will bo handled horn. The I'rlee: Thirty-five Cents per month Delivered by mall on rural routes. Phone your sub- scription to '-'21. We carry the followinn newspapers: The Evening Journal 1IT cents per month The Dallas Morning New 75 cents per month. TheSetni Weekly Kiirm News $1.00 per year. Subscription and advertisements received here. Drugs In proscription work and the varied demand made upon the druputint you will find us on the job at all times. X WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS. Kti PliOOHKKHO XUn Olt(JANIZKI) TCKHDAY - The El Progresso 19H Club met with Mrs. It. W. Cunningham Tues- day afternoon and orgunlied with Mn J. W. Tumpleton President and Mrs. It. W. Cunningham Secretary. The object or tills organization In t tie mutual Improvem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

I Hft. t'.Jmo A XVII. Hnyilir Hrurrjr ('nunljr Trvu. I'rl.liiy April II lull. r t 7 ' nrTimsi iirnnint Ht UHN thU M I DF II GUILTY Jim llrown of Cnmp Spring Prtvtl of Charge of Murdering Or. J O Hfe-retm Jim llrown who killed Dr. J 0. Hterens nt Camp Spring. Hcurry County on November 13 lit 13 wns declnreil "Not tlullty" hy tho Jury In tho case. The case was cnlled In District Court Tuesday morning and the selee Hon of a jury was soon taken tip. The mutter of selecting tho Jury occupied something like three hours and the twelve wern chosen before the special venire of 2 men had been exhausted. The jury Relet led was as f C. II. Alexuml' r Foreman . I. M. liuvls. A. I'urker Will Johnston J. 1. IS.1.1' . . C. Tivimie W. I'. Muiphree ' il. ('. Fi'liton J. W Woimiv W II. Shuler. It- M. Tomlinsnji id Hart. o the Indlcltiii'tit plead "Nut Guilty through his lit inriiey. The lirst witness called by Ihe State was .1. C Snuffer merchant f ( 'amp Springs- He testified that .Mm llrown spent th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

'. in FOR THE GRIP Ptrun I Sometimes Used With Good RetulU A mat mnnr people um Peru na for ins grip. Borne um It & soon as the ffrlp begins taklnir It during the acute tare of the dis- ease claiming for It treat eltl- caoy In ihorten- lng the disease and especially In mtt nw tmn 111 Mrs. Jan Gift thft BfteP gtages. Many people take It after thy have had the trip. Their convaleseenre la low. They have Buffered alona for a month or two without any signs of complete recovery. Then they resort to rerun as a tonic with splendid mull a. Mrs. Jane 01ft R F. D. 1 Athena Ohio whose portrait appears above wrllee: "1 think I would have been drtd long ago If It had not been for Peruna. Bit ypara ago I hail la grippe wry bad. The doctor came to ae me every day but I gradually grew worse. I told my husband I thought I would surely die If I did not gee relief soon. "One day 1 picked tip the news- jtaper and accidentally found a testi- monial of a woman who had been cured of grip by Peruna. I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

HKHMIiKKJH ITKMKDK INTKMKHT lly lt-K.Her) HrrinlelKh nn vlrlnlly wait vinlt- ! by a due rain last week ami tin farnn iH are vry lnmy in their flt-lila fniikitit; liny wlille Hie nun shf noa." M'Tinl.-lnli in mirrmiiKVd by wmio of the llnest f:in'iiriK land in the comity mid we li ft vi a iiinnli'T of j n u ' v f;1 rim r who do thin km Mr. Kitnnop If you are tint natin-fic-I where yoti pre cotiM to Scurry 'oiniiy where IhitiMH hai)"ii every tl; y. (Jnlte u number of our jK-opI have lic-ii aitei.dlitu poiirt tin punt wc'k u Jurors hill no trouble from our town or coniimmliy. (ilnd to roport Tim 10 on the nick n f -For P:c;t Pics E I mm I We Arc Anxious That You Inspect Our Lines Look through compare and be convinced thnt you are getting the Best. It costs nothing to look and It is a pleasure to have the privilege of showing you. "Make our store your stole." Ladies' Furnishings Our Millinery and Dress Goods De- partments are receiving re-inforcements daily and we are now showing the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

fHifr iff s in1 iWW11 tftl mi w am m IT ITT i TT Gtyr &ttttr Signal HAIIDV I'll KIK HAItlir. SPECIAL SESSION DISCUSSED Farmera' Vo Official Waal flo Politic. Entered Id the poatofflce it Bor- der Teiaf bi second clan mall matter. NOTU'K T) PUIII.H'. Any arroneoua reflection upon tbe character standing or reputation or any peraon firm or corporation which may appear In the columna of The Signal will be gladly corrected If called to the attention of the editor. Obituaries and notices of chari- table or church entortalnmonta where admission la charged will be charged for at the rate of Ittc por line. ! j Hnyiler Texas April II ll'H j 4 ANNOI'MiiMHNTH Subject to the action of the Demo- cratic Party In July. For Itpprrsentalini (lonili. Ileiro-1 sentatlve lllslrlrl) T f. HAKKIl of Bcurry Co. A. J. MAUINS of Kent Co. For Mstriil Attorney (H'"' I""- trlrt) JAB. P. BTINBON of Joucs Co W. J. AltlNtlTON Btonewall County. j Por Ulslrlrl Clerk WALTKIt B. ADAMHON For County Judge ; C. It. II...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

0 iane lour nags 10 ine west Mae lauor anup. ineynaxe inem look new. apeciai Aiiennun uiveniu lbqics awns ana Hiienng. A. E. Creighton Prop. lMaAattBtaiiiaiifflAiiaAAiiaaaasaAiCDtcatlootl eaaaeaa il tS ;K(T10N NEXT TTKMIMY Next Vltiesdsy.Vie qunliflod voter f HnvdeA 111 hnva nn nnnnrtunllv tc vote for a. mayor three a titer men and a city marshal. As far ai the Signal knows now no place except the marshal's off Ire Is being couteat- cd. Don't forgot the day and don't f ill to exerrlBe your great American privilege. It Is not only a privilege we haveto vote hut It Is no less a duty tq do so. Her. M. C. IHshop and family of Caldwell spent n duy or two ming- ling with old friends last week. ;ooi siiowino During the month of March ninety people renewed or became new sub- scribers to the Snyder Signal near- ly nil of them for one year. Among tho lot were ft number of new sub- scribers. Wo wish again to say "thank you" to all our patrons. The Signal will appreciate any Item of news of loc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

For making quickly and per- fectly delicious hot biscuits hot breads cake and pastry there Is no substitute for CREAM IMIHG POUDER MADE FROM GRAPES SJx(y Year tho Stanford FIN VI It KIN HIT OP TIIK MtANI JIKV Snyder Texas .Mafh 27. MM. To the Hon. John H. Thomas Judge ot the .11Mh Judicial' District of Texas : We tin (Irnml Jury empaneled hy you for the March term 19 H of i In District Court of Scurry county Texas; beg leave lo submit thn M- lowiiiK h our flniil report: Thli body Iihh been In session for the Grand Jury of Investigating mat- ters of such character aa could be promptly disposed of In inch courts not only an to a saving of time to thin body mid epene to the county . where suh tnvttMtlKiitfon is to bo hail by the ((rand .lury hut It In thi' ex- i perlctirr of thin h'wly that K t in h 1 ejises re )f ft for h flrnnd Jury to In- j vi'Htlxafe some of the Important wit- liense are always out of the county 1 and the (Iriind Jury In thereby pro- u period of eleven days and aft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

THK WKKK IN KM'VANNA. I t I J P ii J ' 9 9 9 t 4 J (4- SZ tZMi -t I LUMET KING POWDER The cook is happy the other members of tlie family are hnppy appetitea lmrKn things brighten up frenerally. And Calumet Biking Powder Is responsible for it ail. For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities Insure perfectly shortened faultlessly raised bakings. Cnnnot be compared with other baking powders which promise without performing. Even ft beginner in fookinj? gets delightful resulta with this never- failing Calumet Baking 1'uwder. Your grocer knows. Ask him. RECFIVED HIGHEST AWARDS WWM'f Tm Food CmMm Chlota. OL Parte fmllia frta Mtna. 1912. 9un wUUiimi H hmt netto. Cmitm ktum mm mtik mi fda. We Invite You We invite you to become a customer uf our bank. If you are not already doinn your business here. Your business whether large or small will be handled carefully conservatively and with the utmost privacy. We Want Your Banking Business. Snyder National Bank. . a T Land Loans! fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 3 April 1914

I The Evening Journal 'The Dallas News' Grandchild" t PUBLISH!:!) IN DALLAS LATE IN TMI: AFTf:kN00N RBACHriS HEkF; NEXT MORNINO AT 8:10; ARRIVES HERE EARLIER (by hours) AND IS BETTER I'HAN ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER AT THE PRICE. Subscribe Here. 35c per month delivered. HOi- I'KK MOJiTII lit MAIL TO OI T OK TOWN Hrlim lllllKIIH OWL DRUG STORE News Dealer The Lax Fos wT grows brighter ei.h day. Aik Qrayum Drug Com- pany about It. YOrN'fJ PKOPI.F.'S IMItTV The AllruriHii Club will prtve a puny nir itie jouhk puifpie ni im- ; Itotinrl-I'p rUili rooms Friday April 17. 1914. An admission fee will be 1 ( burned. For mm person 15 cents ! fur a couple 2fi cents. I Card of Thanks We of the family ei press our thanki to the depths of our con- science to all our friends ant) neigh- bors who ao kindly and tweedy as- sisted ua In our CRres during the Ill- ness and death of our dear husband and father. Mny all be ao blessed (hat I the same spirit nitty rule during their sickness In IJfo. God's blessing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

-. WVIumo XXVII. Snyder Srurrjr ( ounly Trun Frhlny .rll 10 KM I. OLD FOLKS W ELECTION SERVICE HELD! HELD IN SNYDER DIED THURSDAY RABBIT DRIVE Last Sunday wai ex p res I y set apart as old folks day. A splendid program of songs and talks was ren- dered. Brother F. J. Gray urn spoke on "Twenty-five years In Snyder." He save some very Interesting events a they were witnessed by blmssJf. H reviewed the growth of (he town from t very small hamlet to the splendid Ifttte city of today. He re- viewed the various lines of interest tvlnaT nnelal inmhaiU In ihd Ha " " P"- I lous growth not only of our rhurrh but or all the rhurrhet. The Hap- tltt church Is SI years old and has hsi It pastors aa follows: Bro. Real) J. A. Moore R. A. le J. W. Garrard T. P. Speakmnn R. J. MrNeal N. M. Leslie J. J. F. Loek- hart J. A. Ogle D. H Burt J. R. Kelly L. S. Knight I). 0. Wells A. B Ingram M. C. Hlshop M T. Turk- sr. The neit address was an oration on old age by Bro. T. F. Baker. It waa a master piece of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

EMEUS CREAM CAKING POWDER A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Indispeiwable to best results saves worry saves work saves money- saves health saves complaints at table jl- 111 Where There's a Farm There Should be a Bell Telephone The aref retthre fenaer .tar. rewttdt hlauelf with Modern adveattgea. He (Mi appreciates that con Vealeace mlniitert la htallh lupptnM prrM tad wealth. What daat be Jo? Wltk ether ejeighbere he lull Kurd Talepaeae Dm. Eaeafh tatd. Ar I mm M.i fe Iwillw m wtU I THE SOUTHWESTERN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE fO. D1U1I IEI11 One Indictment Remain. j Plterlff It. P. House Informs us j that nut of the all Indictments re- rently returned by the grand Jury five arrests have been made two of which were against Pete Bmlth and three against Arlon II. Davie former- ly president of the Cowboy State Hank of Rotan charging him with emheixlement. Bmlth bi charged with Introducing llipior Into a dry terrl- tory and the other ense against htm ti a misdemeanor. There yet remains one felo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

I 3 Equals 25 A 1artlln statement bill a true one In this case. One teaspoomtil of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost aboul 3 ccnls equal In what they do for your animals and fowls. two pounds of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic RN (price 25 cents. There you are I II you don't o"!e ii iry it out I buy today a can of Rf ff( STOCK & POULTRY JJWt lCC MEDICINE CJuif tf lad fate teak Mikti tt mah-BKcachf. Write foritriat package of Bee )ce STOCK A POULTRY MKmtlNR. iNoour 37 pa(c itlutlra- Bcc Dee Stock Medicine Company Chattanoota Tenn Esc ftoc md f l. per c At your dealers. MKTHOMHT ( HCIH'H XOTKH (By Hev. J. W. Hunt.) OUR REPUTATION Has been made by giving; to every cus- tomer the same careful courteous and accommodating; treatment without re- gard to size of accounts; Your banking; business here will always be treated in confidence and we will grant our cus- tomers every favor that safe banking will permit. Snyder National Bank. t.4 Land Loans! Money to loa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

g-nubrr Signal .......... v HAItKY KMC HAIllV. . Entered in we postuuirs m. oj- der Texsa a. .erond elaaa mall mat ter. ' NOTIt'K T ri'ltl.K'. Any erroneoui reflection upon the character atandlni or reputation of .or person firm or corporation which mar appear In the column of The 8lnal will be iladlj corrected It called to the attention of the edi- tor. Ohltuarle. and notlcea of chari- table or church entertainmenu where edmlMlon la charted will he charted for at the rate of IHC. per line. Haider Te.aa April 10 t ' ANNOl NI'F.MKNTH t 8uu)eet lo the action of the Pemo- emtle Part; la Julr. ror RepreMlaUe (lOSth. Repre. eatallre District T. P. BAKRR of Scurry Co. A. ) HAOIN8 of Kent Co. For metric! Allocs? (Mill Dta- tncti JA3 P. 8TIN80N of Jones Co W". J. ARINOTON Stonewall Ceusty Per District CWk WA1.TKR 8 ADAMSOS Poe OowwlT Jde C. R BUCHANAN Pee Sheets' W A. MERRILL J. B BOLB8 Pee Owstr Clerk: W. T. SKINNER Pee Tax Assessor JOS MERRITT Per Tst t eilector: W M CURRT Pee CmmmlJ Ti t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

S IZ? - - I THE SWELLEST LINE of samples for Men's Dress Suits in town at the West I X CJ JL 1 1 CI 1 Side Tailor Shop also do cleaning and pressing. All work guaranteed. A. E. CREIQHTON Proprietor All I wn citowiwn A3i I was lift tfi'fCp (n earnest In my book.: last week fa I lot! to write io will djrop In thla week. Tho ringing that win given by Mr. Turner Sunduy evening was Just p en did. Everybody loomed to have their Voiron In tuno. Everybody wai qulto disappointed thUi week by not getting a ft or id sea- son In tho ground. Mr. and Mrs. rilgglns and family pent last Runday with Mr Hayea and family. Mr. W. H. Cordell spent tho part few days in Mitchell county and when he returned homo he brought a load of muixo. Ml mi ora Io Lemons ono of tho Crnwder students took examination Inst Friday nnd Saturday at Hnyder. C 8 nimby and family had a large crowd at their house last Sunday March t'i HI daugnter Mr. and Mn. Ollmon Mr. and Mm. MiHro and family and Mr. and and Mn. Newt Turner sp...

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

HKItMI.KKJH ITEMS. You Have Nasal Catarrh Not Very Bad But It Bothers You a Good Deal. Horn people hare nasal catarrh and Know It Not only the patient knows It. but all of hit friends know It. Many people know It that are not hla friends. Jut thoea people who happen to meet him tn the afreet car or on the public squats. That aort of a nasal catarrh need ftot be described. Everybody knows the aymptoma without their disgust- ing recital Parana help men eases every day. Thouaanda have attested to Ihle fact unsolicited. Parana benefits even the worst oaaea of old naaal catarrh. Bat there art caeea of naaal ca tarrh not ao evident. One noatrll la topped today. The other noatrll la topped tomorrow. Cannot breathe greet through the nostrils. Baay to aneess. Mucus tn the noee too mica. tVimetlmea forma brownlah lamps ratch cold emty. Never quite free of 1 eNR atT iftritrtm deacflNi oaae of aubaeate naaal eatarrn. Many peophi have It and aome who would not admit the nave naaal ca tarrn Re kn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

(7 SO HPRTIFir f'l'RK for TrnKiici'Mwm ';"S f:- sfj r ? Jiff ' .TJ. Just Received Our spring line of men's Low Quart- er Shoes. We have the correct styles and will take pleasure in showing them to you. 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 Furnishings ever dis- played in Snyder. We Are Anxious That You Inspect Our Lines Look through compare and be convinced that you are getting the Best. It costs nothing to look and It Is a pleasure to have the privilege of showing you. "Make ocr store your store." Coates Mercantile Company MAItHI.W;; FRHMITtf IUXTKI J. A. Pork and Mis Myrtle Wctlo R. 15. Hnnrters nnd Mi: Kate Dor- Mwqult PoHta for HJe. Wind mill anchor poiti Stork pen pofti corral 1 and fence posts. 41-S J C. Hayter Hobba Teiai. Meeting A I ItoA-iM. THe mePtliiK at llio Metbndtst riirrh rame to a clone Humlny nlnlit after havlni; noon In process three week and llav. R...

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