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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 10 July 1914

Warreo Urol (or Wall Piper. Warrcn Broe. for Wall Paper. .' Serviceable Accommodating Druggists Free dt'livpiy aervlce In Drutc was established in Snyder by the Owl Diuk Store. Remember It was our liavliiR instituted Free Delivery ser- vice In Drills that you are today pennlttea to call up your druKist '.lie same as your Kriwer and have Hip Roods sent up. Tills was our idea of jam up Koodsei vice to the customer. We are always mindful of the best interests of the customer. Keep In mind the serviceable accommodation drnu; house and favor us with yourdru business. Jim Bill! celebrated the tnnlver- Porter Klnjc our young barber urr of American lii(lepcndenre at friend left 8untlair for Corpua Chrie- Poat City Saturday. H- Mri. Bob M-rable and children Ralph Noblo haa returned to Dal- returned Saturday to her home at laa. JuatlreburR after a vllt hero of lev- j eral cltyi. Her little daunhter wail Mn. W. B. Hunter left Sunday aick here laat week. to visit her parenta at Quonah. J. !. Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

Tnlr.KIrlitri Vir. Snjrdfr Srorry Counljr Tnas Krlila). 4u1)- 17 HIM. Number Five The naxt session of Snyder Public Schools will benln on Monday Sep- t timber tbe eighth and will rontinuo -vnlne monlhi. In making tlin an- nouncement for the romlni. session ' It li filling tlint we lake a retro- spective view of the work none In the paat two ycnra. Tho eltlicnshlp and taxpayers are entitled to know i what la being donp and In what way the money la holnn apent. Tho school la a very roatly ItiRtitution and If It does not render the service for which It la Intended tho money la wafted )f htit If II aervea Ita proper fnnrtlon then It If a wise Investment. With tho purpose If standardizing the course of study of the High Hchool and Intensifying the work the departmental plan has been adopted and studiously nilbearcl to thus glv- "lug the student eredlt for the work done In one department even though be did not make eredlt on all of bis 1 work. A regular four year rourw In History haa boon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

LO A I t TELEPHONE Our Job Department is equipped to serve your needs prompt- ly efficiently and to your satisfaction. Figure with us on your PRINTING. Book Work and Brief Printing We carry in stock "STAR LINEN" I Expressly for manifolding and similar purposes where extra strength is required of thin paper. Second sheets linen paper high-class bond pa- per several sizes cards invitations etc. The People's Paper The Snyder Signal : Twenty-Eighth Year Mr I K Hodeo and fhlldrea r Fired. Wednesday fro mKlngwIllo to Tlilt bar parent Mr. ant) Mr. P. i. Uratura. Jam W IS! A Hoitn. To the i'ltlien of Scurry county and (ho lSth District IVrhapa la your abaorptloa of (h-uith( over your crop and your but- lnn you hae trUon very Utile at- tention for whom you will voir to boron your public servants. Kspe- lall) may this be true with refer- tide In wltim and eapablo aerrtee I HCW Mi MJRM AIO to the very beat of my ability. Sincerely yours. T V nAKKR ATTKMHM. i ItT AT The Telephone Joy tier has W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

THR HNVDRR 8IUNAI flnjrtVr Ti Jl IT 114. - - ----- - List of lands lots or parts of lots returned delinquent for taxes for the year 1913 situated in Scurry County Tex ii. )ml (Inner 'aiMJnknnwn ' nlliill Q. I). .Ill Hall (J. D. 1913 Unknown ' liUAI'roekelt W. liU'liuM' Jl.ri.Pnr' 1913 UllllodSO W. I). lUn'rnkVaown 1913 Unknown Itil3 Unknown I913Unknnwn 1913 Unknown 1913 Unknown 13 Unknown Unknown 1113 Unknown 1913 Unknown l913!unknown 1913 Unknown J913 Unknown 1913 Unknown 1913'Unknown 1913 Nunn T. N. 1913 Hopp M. I). (13 Nunn. T. N. i913 Unknown 1913 Unknown 1913 MrOlnun. Cay .li.No.Crrl.No. 4 9 1739 9-1780 9-1 7 K 1 9-17111 9-1780 9-1797 9-18H2 OrlK. (iranlee Hur.No. A IM. 7j 330 89i 640 ' 9li 16(1 I 91 293 1-3 93 80 65 8 73 78 79 9-1812 9-1821 9-1831 9-1832 124 25-1 LI r. ft 381 41-6931 3K4 44(946 384 44-5940 388 4 (-SLtr.il 394 44-5976 428 33-60 34-61 40-67 2-1501 2-1495 1812 1750 9-1811 42-69 42-72 9-1797 437 I 42 I 448 45.1! 559 605 670 ! 836 ! 967 1472 H O N H ft 0 N 11 ft 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

"n Ittl m Ton 1911 I'akaova ftoyoor 1911 I'ltnnil 8nrdr 1911 I'ikKni Sayder 1912 t'nkoowa Saydr 1913 I akeowa 8nydr 1911 I'nkaowa 8nydVr 1911 I'nkaowa 8nydr 191 I'aknowa Snyder 1911 I'nknown Htder 1913 Moorw. B F Snyd.r 1411 Moore. B F 3r.ydr 1 1 1 I nknown Snydr 1411 Inkoown Sr.yl.r 1 X I'nknown Sr.ydr 1911 I'nknown Snydir 1 3 I'nknown ' Snyd.r 1911 Inknown r.j.lr 1911 trkn'a Sr.ydr 1 5 1 J I'ckaowa Sr.yd-r I'.U Inknown Snyder 1912 Imnown SnyVr W rr.kr.own Sr.y '.-r 113 I nknown !' V 13 l r.kb'.wn Sr.;..1' r 11 : l r.ir.own Si.? :r VI 1 1 nknown ri' ! r V13 I'nkno.n Snvlr VI. I Hy. F.1 l-r I Bu-. Jr.o H S;.rd-r !...!. r.rt. J W S'i I" VI! Karr- in r F Sn?.l-r 1 1 : Hir- '. " ' F Snvd-r 1913 Har .I" ' F Myl-r VI.: H.r. K ' F Snvdr VI 1 HirW. Mr- I' F Snyd-r V1J rir'.-. Mr. r K Sr.yd-r 1911 Hrk-r c F S.:yl-r V13 HaMr Mr '' F Snd-r I9IJ Hr-7. Mr. ' F Snvd'r 1911 h'tra-i. Mn f F SoylT 1913 Hr. Mr. F Sn.'d-r VII Hr Mm C F Sr:-dT 1U Hirk-y. Mr. r F Sr.ydr 1911 Hr-r. Mr. (' F Snyl'r 1911 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

H.4.KIKB I'KIWIHTS l! IMVAHIAN MAIT HTOMY W. A. Manner made a Breech In Fort Worlh Saturday and It report- ed In Sunday's Record In whlrh he persists In rhars;lng that Halt profit ed by sales of Havarinn Malt Tonics 55 Aid by the Southern Mm Co . of iimn. Hanger doesn't know or 4 iie doesn't care that the old Havarl- k'B Malt itory la discredits! ancient history. The president of the Southern Drug Company knows more about the company'! business than Mr. Mann- er and he swears that the company never did tell any of the ituff to re- tail druggists or anybody else. The purported circular was printed on a company letter head that had been tolen. If Mr. Gilmer swore a He they ought to prosecute him If anybody want to know Just how unreliable and unworthy of confi- dent. W. A. Hanger It get the editor of the Lockney Beacon to tend you a copy of that paper published while Hanger waa a candidate last Spring. The Beacon tailed the Fotr Worth man down good and ttrong. WIIMIK IK NAM IK HTONK. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

Ull? J&tu&rr Signal . HARDY PK'KI.g HARDY. KOTU K T I'lBLIC. Entered 10 the poitoftlce at Sny- der Toim u locond claaa mall mat- ter. Any erroneoui reflection upon tbe character etaDdlni or reputation of any peraoD firm or corporation which mar appaar id tba column of The Signal will be iledlr corrected l( called to tha attention of the edi- tor. Oblluarlea and notlcea of chari- table or church entertalnmenta where admlaslon la charged wVl be charted for at the rate of I He per 'n)(r. Trian Jul; IT lull. X 4 Subject 0 the action M tbe Demo- cratic Party la July. For IVpre.es. tail ve (10.1th. Heprs- seauUr IMaUict) T. T. RAKER of Scurry Co. . A. J. HAQINS of Kent Co. for District Atlornrr (iHKh Di. trie.) JA8 P. BTINSON of Jodss Co W. J. ARINQTON Stonewall Coanty. For District fVf- tY ALTER 8 ADAM80N ROB STRAY HORN For Cowaty Jsdge . R. BUCHANAN Far Sheriff W. A. MERF.ILL LON OK AH AM For Ooaty CM: W. T. SKINNER . For Tu Aawinr JOB MKRRITT For Tu CMkwtar: W. at. CURRT D. NAT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

J Hunter's Mid-Summer Sale Struck the Popular Key Note! IJ ' . i scgrss i .1 cg And opened up most satisfactorily on the first day and the store has been thronged with buyers every day since. We have sold lots and lots of goods because we gave more than we received. Everybody is praising us apd talking about this sale. New people are coming every day and old ones are coming back ask- ing for special bargains. We have sold more goods than we expected to sell. So far the sale is most satisfac- tory and we thank the good people for it but we still have lots and lots of bargains left. Ladies: see those nice waists they are going fast and those skirts at just half price. Get you one before they are all gone. "Sale continnes until further notice. c HT.APLK DhPAKTMKNT Alt Callrooa rut to 4c per yard. Alt Hc Otnghama rut to 9c yd. All 10c Ginghams rut to (to yd. I5c White Lawn rut to 18c pur yd. . 15c White Lawn rut to 12c per yd. lor Perrale rut to 8c per yard. Inc. Feather Ticking rut to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

I 'J i I'AKII r'HOM IM I.R BKN DAVIH. To th Vntora of Srurry County: The lime li near l hand when you will elect four county romnil.iloneri and I addreu you to call your at' trntlon to the Importn-re of tlila oflli-e. The County Coi.imliilonir'l dutlci put him In cloier touch wtlh the In- territa of the to payor tliun per- tiapa any other officer. Among olhcr ihlrm. It ! hl duly to ko that tm rendillom are fnir and uniform and that the collector col- lerte all taiea due the county. II l hit duty to .eft tint the tux mnnlea are eipended economically and In the Inrreat of the public. J It la hli duty to aee that all bnnda n criminal mcttera other raiei t .forfeited are promptly collected aecunted for. J. He mutt look after ro.-.da and School mattera and aee that the pub- lic butlnoaa la conducted for the public Intereat fairly and Lonelily to- ard every cltlien. Thla la the platform on which I an aklr IW trie office of eounty rommlaaloner of Precinct No. Or.o. I will appreciate your v...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

r l t f Excursion Rates! We are giving very low rates on our entire stock of low quarter shoes which includes the celebrat- ed Edwin Clapp line of Men's Slip- pers. All Edwin Clapp Slippers $4.90 $5.00 W. L. Douglas Slippers at $3.50 $3.50 Women's Slippers $2.95 to $1.50 See our Short Length Bargain Table IN DRESS GOODS Coates Mercantile Company AMONG OUR UXCHANUM The Auiion Enterpriser In urging people to spend their tummy at home nnyi: "You may argue that you spend so little money thit your 'mlto' will not Ife missed but let me assure you that you are mlitnken" Toll fellow t tint fill Httlehit or trade Isn't worth anything and see how he likes It. There are lots of free hearted peo- ple In Itotan who would tie glad to help a fellow but every blasted oae of them Is In the same shape himself. Itotan Advance. It la some consolation to fttid a man who would be glad to help you If he ifiuld but It la no particular casement to your d Is trees. The Sanitary BARBER SHOP Lorkhut King Prop....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 17 July 1914

Drugs - Prescriptions : Your prescription left with n will receive our careful and prompt attention. Safely no oelay and tlie prue will be ri(hl. 01 Interest to Stockmen. Creaylic OintoiMiilLjoiiiil. atock chloroform tocK cal- ; omel and a complete line of Veterinary medicines here. ; Kiperience here at in othei department of the drug business has Uuifht us the riiclit selectioo of stock medicine. Ask ua about your want in thi line. These Hot Days Brinu a gxi attendance to our Soda Fountain. We ; render you the best service powible here. Everything kept scrupulo July clean pure and wholesome Here Today James Stephen Hokk Cigar 5 Onts ; Mrs. J. A. Kinwr and thlldrta of jCletoorn who bar bMn visiting ner 1 sister Mra. D. Anderson left Wed- ititvlar morning for her horn. Bhe ; was arrotnpanled lo Sweetwater br Mra. Anderson. Mr. A. M ATaat of Marts waa a Ihiitinest visitor la Bnrdsr this week. AeTeral families of prop) have already come Into thla rountrr from north and east and others ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

EXTRA EDITION Hnyilcr Hrurrj Oiunlj 1x HiiniLiy Jul; !M IIII4 Twnlj-H'.llilli Yw. FERGUSON IS LEADING II RACE FOB GOVERNOR WALKER SAYS BILL WILL BEjLECE I KIIdl'HON HIIOWM HTHKMITH IN nil'XTIKH WIIKIIK TKX.WT l-AHMIill IH M MKIMM H COL. BALL IS RUNNING WELL IN SOUTH TEXAS Home Very riwa awi Ham m Mmite KlHfo lUrrn Will Iki Ilia Vote 'iuiiIImk Hl(iw Thawo flipiron represent t ! re- Ami f ytlm Tni Co-Operative Flee- thin Itun nu Cliln tiioriilnit t 2 iYIk k In the Governor' raw there are In-(lul-t hi nmphte return fri I7M coiiiitle in hhh K- Kerituaon maintain it lend of lu.7:M over Col. TIioiiihn H. Hall. Karly In tin- evenlmi l. IUII led. Mr. Kwhumhi m'n ivr look him urn) IM-Ifl H I'imI atradlly up Mi Oil hour. . .Colonel Hull linn failed t carry Hi"' North Tea Counlle ly Hi "Ireimth Nhimn hy the ITohlMtloiil'ti. In MM I. In Minn MrlliM of Kat Ten lie haa run far ahead ' Mr. Iritun. I. ut In ninny other he Ami" hi "P- IM.notil nark anil neck with him. fa the Panhandle and In Wl Ten-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

T QTIjr mjlirr digital hahuv fickm. HAnnv. ' NOTU'K TO IH'HLIO. Entered to the poaiofflce at Sny- der. Tmu. as aecond claaa mall mat ler. Any erroneoua reflection upon Ihe character etandtnf or reputation of any pereon. firm or corporation which may appear in the columna of The Signal tll be (ladlr corrected If called to the attention of the editor. Obituaries and notice of chari- table or churrb entertainment where admission it charted. UI be rharged for at the rate of SHc per line. Sn)der Texan July 2(1 lull t'tty Marshal Wolfe nay he seen niobt any day In the week rhuppinu weeds some here In town l( etvrj town had surh a mnrsh.il and the MHiple u on Id r.iHy to Mm there would be no filth) town in Tern. rtre licineiiiler. We again tall r ur atunnotj to the fart that rarila at thank notUci of church ar.d charitable entfrialnnienia wb-re admission Is cha Rid waere profit Is to be marie. will l chars-i'd for at the rate of 21" per lino. V. H. Itkhnrdson w.is bore Thurs- day from Ihin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

I AHlT AAIVT The Election is ove rand some Y y I iv V T vJ'l linvp hppn rlisnnmntprl and A y ixFt! e caenSe YOU to make this test. Take any 'LiU wl representative mixed bill of goods note against each item the price quoted by us and the lowest price you can get from any other source If the total for the whole bill does not show a substantial difference IN OUR FAVOR we shall neither ask nor expect your business. Can you afford NOT to accept this challenge? We start for market soon to buy our fall bill hence we will offer remarkable low prices on summer goods. 5 Trj Us! Prices on Summer Goods until Fall Goods Arrive A. D. Dodson HA It I) V l'ICKIK 4 llAltMV. Nliydrr TmiiHt Jul) 2(1 11MI HWOKIl MAN AIM'tilTM SKW HAIIJIOAO .Mill Tho Hlgnal learns that Mr It. A. JrvliiK. wtiti han tmn r.ntiiiertori Wt ill tho freight department for tho Monroe Snyder ft 1'iidfle Itallroad Company for a nunilmr of yea. him rcHlp iiol that hihIH(iii to aeeopt an- other 1 1 no of work fur tho nuino vow imny ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

r i i xcursion Rates! We are giving very low rates on our entire stock of low quarter shoes which includes the celebrat- ed Edwin Clapp line of Men's Slip- pers. All Edwin Clapp Slippers $4.90 $5.00 W. L. Douglas Slippers at $3.50 $3.50 Women's Slippers $2.95 to $1.50 See our Short Length Bargain Table IN DRESS GOODS Coates Mercantile Company SlItH CHAH. HAItLKKH KS- IlKSlHKNtK OF 4 It. IHH.KM ) TKItTAINH Kl. FKIJZ CU 'II Al OHT IHIK Kill MAY Mn. Charles Harlots wm hostess Friday rooming to the Kl Fclli t'luh nd a mint enjoyable (line wm had J Regular business wan attended to ifter whlrh forty two was the punt line for season. A delicious two course luiuheon wit sorvcd. ' There were eighteen of the regular 'members present and Mm. George Hlckhatn of Hhreveport Louisiana. 'Mn. Kldd of Klngsvllle and Mian Smith of Missouri were the guet-ts. The Club will hold their next meet- ing with Mrs. George Harris on Colon lal Hill. I Mn. W. I. Waldou of Hrndshaw. Tit y lor county was the guest ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

1 Second Week of Our Mid-Summer C3 SALE Has been most satisfactory and now we enter upon our third week with some extra special values in seasonable merchandise which you can wear for about three months yet and at prices that will surely move them. These extra special values we have picked out from the whole lot and are naming prices on them that you never have seen before offered in Snyder and you cannot realize the real goodness of these values without seeing them for yourselves. Saturday and Monday we will have them ready for your critical eye spread out on a special counter for your inspection so be sure to come in Saturday and Monday they'll be ready for you. - i v V i ' ) i 1 1 ! ( i v i I u Ladies' Skirts Only a dozen left at half price. Ladies' Gingham and Linen dresses were $1.25 cut to 85c Children's and Misses dresses at great reduction. Those Crepe Waists are jroinj fast you know they were $2.00 each we now of- fer you choice of the lot at 95 cents. Come see them quick. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 26 July 1914

H. G. Towle Jeweler -Optician Snyder Texas (i Fruit and shade trees In Snyder thai have had any attention atll have put on line srowth this yesr. Now don't act the bluoa over the defeat ol your candidate. Texas will be here atlll. Hall hal been touring East Tciai tills week and Fere-won baa been roundlnn up the Tarrant vounty farmers. a m.rrled man may claim aome times that be la the bn. but he knows iH-ltcr. Th. min-tlon ol nolltlis la apt to wreck any religious social or Indus- trial organisation. Mr. (1. J. Morran of Houic 1 rame In Saturday mornlnit and reporteu two rains Friday at his nln.e. He says jit puts thlnas In fine shape. CITI.KXHIIIPI'KI.KIIHATK KI.FITIDN NKillT IIKIIK llrrat Thronus ol I'lHiple (lather at The Hlnl OITlie and IMrlure Nitons to Hear Newa It's Your Privilege To Select Your Druggist As You Do Your Physician. No reliable tiniest would evor question your unlit to choose your 01. physician. No reliable physician will ever question your rilit to ohoose tbe tl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 August 1914

THKXTY.KKillTII VKAK HNYIIKII WTItllV COUNTY TK.X.M I HIDAV MOIST T HIM. NI MIIKIl KHJHT ftLL EUROPELUNGEO IN WAR MprsSEclTss I.KADINd NATIONS OK KCIIOI'R FAIIK-HTIII'Olll.KwII.I IIII.ITIKH MllltK The Hiimi thai llm Prralilnil'i 'I (Tit ul M illation In IIiimhI (In tho Kurt Tliat I'nilpr The Hague Areeini'iit They Vnn Apreit Without t'liannliiK Military Mains. Ilryali (alls Mwlinir. Austria in J Sorvla have been al war only a lew (lays anil tho war which started betwoen llieso two Kovi-rnimMits him Invnlvi-il KiikhIh. Ger- many EiiKlaml Franco anil HHkIuiu In actual warrant wllh ihe iosllilll- Ilea or otli'T Kunipnali nallnna belnK Invnlvetl. Ituwla anil Oerinany are at war and several minor bullion are being fniiKht on the ItiisRliin-flcr-man rrontlor. Tho Gorinatu are nllm kliiK tlio Kremh on iho Kraino-lliT-man frontier bill Ihe nioul deaperale Inml flKlilltig o far. It peeina Is along tho llelgli-n frontier and dlialrhe any that tho Belgian! huvo rn- pulaed lb Germans at several...

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