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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 April 1914

af V Johoaoa the Kind F ran fer -torfc - ff Hftyder KwKir waa tn AMl"i )' )'ta hia fa"; ofcwrw t.r'r$tt ;iti bit f'r.--r wf.o oi.d'-r -ir- trtffJ a 'h Mii'p-t ' ' "- Mr W A JoT.r.ton tu.pd '") o 'trt 'f "! 7i-dy " K'-r r Wfcrr "We Sbistr" If ewflJa " OWL DRUG STORE I he Home of Pure frux Save Time Telephone it ftft tun ciyfc eJ tt-S Oft Ti OVf"? :. trVriifT r - H C M- '.-re of Kvw or ut M'tay for r- Consistency J ' i We don't try to sell you one trhdt ch then try to make it up on tomethinf ele. .ty. -fi'. t' Telephone and we will Rend it out OWL DRUG STORE F. V. CLAkK Druit WarrM Hr'bn t fl fjt fa tl tight kiu4 '4 vr tOrf T f V.Wj mm f M'b 6m f ttm fra irttUm 'tv Urt Hwk M O J M';rs of M"u4 X hr I M'M.f t tb c f: v tfjifcc i K Wrr- Hr'fbfn for fb bat A M i'thnWtb of ffj via br (f 'rf tb o)4 wMI'! W only ' ibil f4" Utf ml "rata f4" Krfc at ttr ti W (lfoft A"'tn- 4 Ai" Kfjan-r lirw llr'-wn. irtotor4 l H r ' b? Our "((hr Hull ' it will puir V.ff'H lfoli-ri Mr If H 'tu I-' 'I 'J-r-U; (o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

Hnyiler Nriirrjf (iiunly Tea l-'rliliiy Miiy H WU. Numhw 47 '.Volume XXVII. IKITf INTER- IGOOD CITIZEN Held t Aiiolln Frldity unci Kutunlii)- Hndrr IUprttn.iitlv'ii .riiitt TliomHplvMi Nicely. .Mr. J. Pulley. ned 67 yours and iwo months tiled liwt Friday nintit at 10:45 n'flnrk nt tho homo of hln on W. P. I)u!ly five miles oniil of Snyder. tl wnn n native of iwiwh Texim thouith for six yearn no nun heen llvlnR In New Moxjro. He enme hero hint liecemlmr Kufforlntt with ninrer and his son urn! fumlly huvo K'ven him every powiible tender i-nro til! rii'iitli fame to cull him hence. He luut a wife and ten rhlldren IIvIiik Ho wna of the I'rjmltlve Itnptinl faith. The remain were hurled In Cemetery at :. o'clock Sun day aftornoon. Itnv. ('. H. Kelly run- difted the funeral aervtcea. THE CITt COUNCIL Tha fltate meeting; of the I'nlvor- ally Intrraeholniitle lawfttlft waa hold at Aufitin laat Friday and Hatnnlay. The conleata ronalHtml of ilclmtlnK dorlamation and track eventa. Tlie track e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

I For making quickly and per- fectly delicious hot biscuits hot breads cake and pastry there is no substitute for IT CREAM IM1G POWDER BADE FROM GRAPES Sixty Teat the Standard Will Htlll Guard I Winter. People who hare been dliipoied to ridicule Uov. Colquitt's attitude con- cerning the Teiss border may yet M6 that he ha had cause to lie In- teracted. Appeal have come to him almost dally from the border Peo- ple exposed to the Mexlran outlawry. The Auitln Statesman of Sunday ays: "Governor Colnulit upon his re- turn from Pallas Hatiirday received advices by telegraph from llrowns- Till and other border towns that a report was current that Htate troops were to be withdrawn from border patrol prior to the arrival of Federal troops which Secretary of War Gar- rison has premised the Governor he would have to replace the ml I It Is In equal numbers. The Governor ssld with emphasis that not a man of the Slate guard now dojng duty on the border would be withdrawn until Secretary Oanison ba...

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

V ft 0 When You Want Pine Home made Candies Pie Cakes Cliili. HotTamaloi.Milk- or Coffee visit the Phnnc m Kandy Kitchen cni Get the Habit! If you do not pay by check adopt the plan right now and you never will regret It. It helps you To Save Money To Keep a Record of your business transactions and helps you to economize. We want your banking business and will show the proper appreciation of your patronage Snyder National Bank. mmmmm DANCED IN SURINAM JUNGLE Ixplorar Ttllt Part Ht Took In Pw tlvltiti With th Daurjhttr of Natlv Chltf. Is Harner't Maaatlne Charles W. PurlonK told of attending a danc of 'the native tribes In Surinam South Africa and daiclns wltb tbe daugh- ter of a chief. "The commandant and Mr Rmlt i were with nut onponlie llio drum mora I where a DJoeka ureaented bla daugh ter a superb black creature who wltb two other girls advanced Into the ring with coy atop and poitur. to- ward three men wltb whom they danced In palm; the stria wttb a aby lilt of the head and con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

HARDY PICKLE A HARDY. Entered in the pottoffk at Sny- der Ten m econd elas mt I mat Uf. NfJTH'K TO Fl'llMC Any erroneous refcettloa upon tb ehareter standing or rep a Ut Ion of of person firm or corporation which nay appear in toe column! of The Signal will be gladly corrected If called to tbe attention of tbt editor. Obit 01 net and notice of chari- table or church entertalnaienu where ad m las Ion la charged will be charged for a( the ra'.e of I'.c per Itn. -HfiyW TtM Mar 4 8 abject to the action tf the Demo- cratic Part in July For RepreiwiiUtT ( 10.1th. Hepr- sewUtlve imtrict) T F. BAKER of Hmrrf Co. A. 3. HA0IN8 of Kent Co. For IMatrtet Atloraey (0tb Dto- tHct) JAB. P. BTINBOM or Jooea Co W. J. ARINOTON. Stonewall County. For District f.Vri WALTKR S A DAM SON For Cowl? Jwlg C. R BUCHANAN For Sheriff W A. MERRILL J. B. BOLBH For Oowntjr Clerk: W T SKINNER For Taa A or JOE MKRRfTT For Tat fHJerUir: W. M CURRY D NATION For County Trrmmtrr C. R MMJKffART For 'ounty AlUmey R. W. WKH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

The Piano Contest Is Over r ' i V 42 V The $400.00 Piano Contest which has been under way at our store for the past 6 months closed Wednesday night and the various premiums were awarded to the winners. The contest has been successful in every sense of the word and everybody seems satisfied. We want to congratulate the winners and ex- ' press to those who will not receive a premium our sincere hope that you will be more successful in the next one. This store desires to thank every contestant individually for your untiring efforts in contributing to the success of this contest. Standing of the Contestants in Hunter Mercantile Co. and West Texas News Piano contest at the close on the night of the 6th and a list of the winners No. IH5 Mlm Mr Smllh net I hi- I'lium o. ftft Mlaa .Marine Darh): gpt Heeoltd Premium. So JM Mlaa Xellle Kenton Beta Ihlril Premium. No. I Mlaa Alva Atlanta iet Fourth Premium. No. ttfi Mlaa Pearl flirt net Klflli Premium. No. 3o Mian Hyliyl Hunks uc( Kluh lremium...

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

ITOOKPE-RU-NA Wat Able to SIep and Eat Again Mr Mueller uyi: "I keep Parana In the houee constant- ly. When 1 am not feeling well I take a few dosea. It always restores." Mrs. MuellerB story of her ei- perlence with Peruna fully ex- plains why she m hand. "?M "iT!. Arew yeara ago WvMu rM b waa very let Tha trouble Beamed to b the stomach and liver. Bhe suffered treat pain. Waa unable to get any- thing to help her. Hhe waa growing weaker and weaker. She became tired of Ufa. Somebody Bugfeatet that ahe write to the peruna. Co. She did ao. Through their advice ahe began to uaa Peruna. In a letter from her at thia Mma ahe eaya: "Through tha uae of Parana I have regained my hemKfc. t lee enty a bottle end a half when I waa able to sleep and eat again and my nervousness disap- peared." No wonder Mrs Mueller keepa Peruna In Ore houee. Under similar elreumatanoea Peruna would be In every houee In the land. Any one taking Peruna ought to have a free copy of the "Ilia of Life." Addreaa Peruna...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

THOMAS II. BALL flltjSlUBEiATORiAl In Eloquent Address Choice of Progressive Forces of Democratic Party for Governor Discusses Issues of Pending Campaign Will Instead of being reconcile! by ftl permanent place In tho constitution. I shall not go Into a legal argument About Iti constitutionality. Huffh-e it to liny Hint the constitution provides (hut "the lorris1ntur ahs'l pna adequate lt whereby the voters of any county or subdivision thereof rlty or town may ftom time to time vote to determine whether the dale of Intoxicating tinunra (thnll ho prohlbltorl within such prescribed limits." i I ilo not believe that the legislature can I nhey (he constitution which comtnindi them to allow the. people of counties anhdlvlnlona. cities and townn (0 vote Ion nny question by passing statute that thry hull not vote. My ponltlnn on statutory prohibition In not n new one. At the great prunminon rauy " tho Tiallag Htate fulr. October 11. Iff"- I declared my belief that nintutory pro hibition cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

r A Beautiful Picture FREE! With Each $5.00 Purchase Thirty different styles of pic- tures in all classes. Save your cash tickets and decorate your home with a beautiful picture. We sell the best quality goods for the least price. Gentlemen . If you want exclusive style unsurpassed quality comfort and ease try a pair of Edwin Clapp Low Quarter Shoes for Summer wear WE HAVE THEM During the Revival Meeting Our Store will close at 6:30 p. m. Coafes Mercantile Company Mot HI Man After Long Thane Something Ilka a year ago the guardian of the law were placed In possession of what tny believed was sufficient farts upon which to haoi) a char-Re of forgery Involving 9197 against a certain man who had been fn mine aort of business here and Sheriff llolea has ever since then had the papers ready and hai been tin the lookout fnr the inun but he was gone and probably thought he was entirely lost to our sheriff. If he has had such thought he didn't know that Sheriff Holes Is an officer who never ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 8 May 1914

Drugs "Just count U) tin.' bothcrmitne little trips that you hare made within the past week I avoided if you had a Hell Telephone. Then jou will realize what a valuable asuintant the The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company Have you a Telephone in your home? Then telephone nil your drug wants. You will appreciate our ood service and prompt deliveries. OWL DRUG STORE F. V. CLARK Druggist I Free Delivery Mr. and Mn. Edgar P. Hmlth of Glrard rlilt4 (b borne folks In Snyder. . Dirk Eubank has returned from Corpus f'hriill. e 8 Mr. M V. Williams is at Jayton doing photograph work. 1 h.vs lust rwelvtd a (Ar of good Mexlro lump f-uul. Will sell rhenp. Phone 161 JIM DAWSON. I Jno Monro left M-itol:.- vimm for Winter Teas on account of the 1 seriousness alekneas of one of ma! brother "a rhlldren. Mr. E. C Rims and family w-re In from their rrti'h Wednesday ntHht. Mr. A. M. Avant of Maria T.i- aa Is here this week looking after his property Interests. County Clerk Hklnner issued a mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

fttlMt 5 v Volume XXVII. Hnider Scurry Counljr Trsaa Krlilar Mar 211 II4. Nnmher 49 0EA1H OF WALK- Thore wm a marked expression of sorrow among the people in Snyder when It was announced that Robert Walker McMullan had died In Port Worth. It will be reniamberad that be waa trlrken several weeki ago with what was called Inflammatory rheuma- tltm. He offered Intensely several dayi and was taken to Marlln ac- companied by his father and his wife. From Marlln he was takjn to a hos- pital In Fort Worth whore he died. The remains were brought to Any der Saturday morning and carried to the home of bis parents Mr. and Mrs. L. McMullan where t!iey y In slato until Stiodny afternoon when they wcro tnkon to the Meth- odist church for the fun en I service A very large y congregation of friends assembled there at 4 p. m. to pny the last sad tribute of respect to tlili worthy young man cut down at the very threshold of young man- hood. The service was conducted by He v. J. W. Hunt Rwilstcd by Ite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

MR. LEWIS A. WFFLI toll U apnlm with ami U 4 Ut billl?. CoMi are often aggravated pur- ine Wit Bummer because Inactive bowell And stomach out of order are prime j c&uki In keep- ing a col from getting welL Pe-nj-nft ha Trr beneficial lata tire cuall- M inch Condi- r' Lwi ttonf. Iti tonlo Ingredients font up the syetem and time invigorate the stomach's function! to normai activ- ity. Mr. Rime's experience Iff especially Interacting at thia time of the year be- oauee It abowe tbe eloee relatlonahlp there It between n nenroua breakdown and ft neglected cold. Pe-ru-ne ehouldbekept In the home at all times that ft oold upon Ita first appearance may be treated promptly and succeesfully. This often aaret money and time and what It mora Important ft Treat d-al of Tltallty. Mr. lUffle of "H Ge-Jtenbeln Ave. Portland. Ore wrltet: "I have found w.ru-n a mnit remarkable medl- cine for building up the sreteni and for curing coucht and colds. 1 took It for four weeka ft few monthi ago when I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

... Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell yon what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thcdford's Black-Draught" writes Mrs. Sylvanla Woods of Cliflon Mills Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe bad colds . tl...... H4 I saved'lny lililc girl's lite. tlicy went In on her but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out and she has had no more trouble. 1 shall never be without g I m THEDFORD'S maf& LACK-DRAUGHT In my home." For constipation Indigestion headache dizzi- ness malaria chills and fever biliousness and all similar ailments Thedford's Black-Draught has proved Itself a sale reliable gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints try Black- Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five years of splendid success proves Its value. Good for young and old. For tale everywhere. Price 25 cents. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4tAtttt0 TnM Knrmcr'N InNtltut Offlrcrn Urni and County Imitlhitm UaUy H""f flu In Kir.: UentlftniPti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

A Car Load of Furniture : 5 2 mDEDlp We have just received a car of high grade furniture and will have in another car soon. New Rockers and Dining Chairs Iron Beds Mattresses Chifforobes Chiffoniers Dressers Matting Carpets. Rugs and anything and every- thing you need to make your home comfortable neat and cozy. We insist that you call and s?e4 hat we have. We will be glad to show you our furniture and will sell you a high grade of furniture at a close price. Don't buy until see our line. Good terms. BLACKARD BROTHERS a4 1 Wwsjssffiif PI HAHIIV I'll'kl.Kdl IMHIIV. Kntrd ll lk ponofflf l rtay- r Taiaa. m eorond class mill mat-Mi IIIWI TO MHUO Aay mumai rRMkia upoa tb IkiTuUi ataadiag. or reputation of J aareoa firm or onraorailoa. blob U) UHMT It It MllumM Of Vlloj I" llojil Mil Holed Mulm. tlalunliy nlghl. Mil 10 le rog- u:sr mooting of tinyder Council Hoy- I urn) ft'lect M 'im J ihu brim Cip laat tutting bofor Jen Ilth. II mil wir!lj b lrtion night. All members ar urg.d In b pfvefn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

(CONTINUKD KIIOM PAOK 1.) end Bllliplicity sppenls to the hearts P of men and women to n In the grand chorua of praise and to aet on hither plains of Christian IItIok. Ur. Mdntosh poiaeaaea a peculiar talent for arousing the Chrlitlan pea pie to do perional work. New con- verts are eocourased to lead their friend! to Christ and olilor Chris- tian men and women are Imbued with rouralte and Impressed with dutr to1 go anionsst the unsaved and induce them to line up for Qod and better living. The evangelist has at his disposal a complete line of dfev-usslon of ev- er? phase of Man's dutr to Ood and of Ood's promises to Ills people and the plan of salvation. Ills limitless re sources In argument Illustration and effective appeal to the consciences of . r. AantlvStlllK. BO ttlftt Wtteh you bear him once rou reel mat vou must hear blm again and vou want to be at every service. On Wednesday night of last week be persented the story of Nlcodemus. showing the beauty of a correct oul- erllfe s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

nPPlI M Mum FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! To The Flint 25 ' Ladies Entering our Storn openlnir hour. freo. Pair of Lisle Colored Hose Tii The First I 25 Men F.ntiM'inKOtir Storo on 0en- Iiir hour In p A Nice Neck Tie Read Every Line of This Circular-Means Money to You! HELP! Sensational note from A. D. Dodson. To the people of Snyder and Scurry County: On account of needing the money I have dscid- ed to put on a Chnllenge Sale and in order to make thit tale quick and deciiive I have employed the mot effective wcapopj known to modern merchan- diiinf i. e not only the eliminating of tvery veitige of profit but cutting deep down into the original cot of every item and garment in our pecrleit array of the cH-iicett creationi of the world' greateat work hop. I personally guarantee every piice and ttntement in thii circular. (Signed) A. D. DODSON. WAIT UNTIL Saturday May 23 9:00 a. m. The entire $15000 tock of A D. Dodon at Snyder Texai of this pring and cummrr't lateit most up to date merchand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

HOMK NKNHIIII.K PMNTKIIH. AIMH T HCHOOf KT1IICH. COMMKUCIAI n.t'H NKKORD r to w I. A Palm Beach Suits Are cool dressy and comfortable. Come In and let us fit you In a suit. Get A Pair of Clapp Oxfords and a Straw Hat and enjoy Yourself. B. V. D. Underwear is sanitary and comfortable and will stand the wear. This underwear is giving the greatest "underwear" sat- isfaction to hundreds of thousands of people and Will Please You Many things to offer everybody in sensible serviceable up-to-date Dry Goods and Millinery. Coates Mercantile Company M Farm and It ranch It li Juit as natural for iom mn lo run risks aud farm on a big scale as It la for others to be run tent with a mora living. And thua It happens loo that some men bit off more than ihey van rhew. If all of us nlwayo did what we think we miKht to wo would always bo busy and perhaps ton busy. Home never would ffl that they could take a day off or that they ouglit I" spend a dollar for pleasure. I The poor man today can buy the ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

With the Beginning OF THE SUMMER SEASON Comes the Crowd of Well Dressed Young Men and Boys And now comes this establishment for everybody with a superb selection of the "Better Made" Clothes for men and boys. The il- lustrations accompanying this ad show to some extent what the gar ments are but the exquisite materials and styles can only be understood by a personal scrutiny of the goods themselves. mm i APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES Shirts Collars and Ties Our stock of High Orade Dress Shirts Negligees collars and hand some ties is complete. Hats Shoes and Odd Pants We are showing a superb line of Hats Shoes and Odd Pants that everybody should appreciate. Underwear and Hosiery The Famous Morris Summer weights in Knee and i-4 lengths light airy. Buster Brown Hosiery. CatonDodson Dry Goods Co. M. K. K(Kr H. M. Boyd i ' ROSSER & BOYD Lawytrt Office in State Sank Building ': Snyder Texas. THE 8TATB Or TKXAB County of Scurry. To thus Indebted to or lol ling claim a gain t the est;.te of J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 22 May 1914

i n 10 w OIj a in IS Xn xTV mib I'ltornHiTioN I (the proportion Introduced tome Je ago for ii county filr Is not Li. The promoter are waiting to people think over It. With prea- 1 crop outlook we feel sure that matter will be taken up again be-1 fv long and pushed on to aucceu. At ua hope that every cltlien will j Jte Intereat In It. ! I'l'he tentative organization that de- jlnfj last year to wait should not the Idea that the new move U any way counter to the the work ! the old organisation. The gentle-1 n who have partially planned the ft movement are not seeking ):inagement but they will Insist Ut who ever takes the lea will be peeled to have the necessary quai- nt Ions and willing to work with it aalary. The purpose Is to get up home exhibit with very little cost crulng. fine Hfsutl Him. "How much does It coat your hue hand to run his autamobllo?" "Well the language I hoard nlm leads .me to think It Is going to ost him his eternal salvation." Want la Trader If yon want to trade a...

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