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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 21 August 1914

r Coates This is the Season of the Year Wlipn a new buuv, mnv harness ftnrl n''v midilli' X will bn in dpiimnd. Muylio J your old liarnisss ncud.s to be overliiuili d. W'h ran do it tlie (juarantred Way. x i D. P. STRAYHORN Everytliir.K in a Kirstclans Ijt'atlior KstabltMhnK'in NOIJTH SIDK M u s,; S tore Fiuthwent Corner PUrfi. Too will find Sheet Music, Inst mo lion BooVa. Musical I istrumenu. Fine strings and supplies of all kinds Piano Tuning and Organ Repairing Spettalty. J. D. B O Y D Money in the Bank Beats Money Outside Do your business through this Bank. Money talks. Get ready to talk with a bank account. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SNYDEK, TEXAS n 0 NEW GOODS ARRIVING We have begun to receive our new stock of Fall and Winter goods and among the early arrivals are many things that will interest the public, especially the ladies. We are Showing: New Silk Faille, Silk Crepe, Moire Silk, Hen KfllineH, Satin I)e Luxe, All Wool Granite. Ripple Clolh, and many other attractive offe...

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. — 21 August 1914

- J y lit. PICKMC HARlV, j ' I NOTH K Til PU1IIJO. Entered In the pottorilc Bor der, Teiaa, as sorona ciass man mai ter. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or reputation 01 any person, firm or corporation, which mar appear in the column of The Signal will be gladly corrected If called to the attention of the edi tor. Ohltaarlea and notice of chari table or church entertainment., where admlMlon It charged, will be charged for at the rate of I He per line. Hnyiler, Texan, Antra Ml, 1 014 Kaufman 1 paving ber public to.ua re. Italy. Teia. ha voted 1 17.00 sewer bond. t Res I den re that have been vacant In Snyder are rapidly filling up Now let a hope that rent will uot be put up out of reason. (len. Btein of the German army think French officer and soldier have been In Belgium ahead of time to educate Belgians In the art of war. Anyhow he find that they know how to fight. Now, Japan ha declared war on Germany and Italy It about to do the same thing to Austria becaus...

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. — 21 August 1914

V KI.MH (1ll.TV MAN VINITH rM'UHUY COt'NTY "Bell" Connection Solves Farm Problems Said a prosperous and Up-to-date farmer: "We like to joke the women folks about using the tele phone, but I guess we men use it as much as they do. We find the Long Distance Bell con nection feature of our ser vice wonderful conven ience." Have you a telephone connected to the Bell System? Ask our nearest Man ager for information, or write Tha Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Go, Mr. J. P. Sims, of Crhjp, Ellli County, wn hore tlili wook to bp about hid farms woat of Snyder. Ho Hnys his Ira fnnn has a fino crop. He Kent two men out here to work his Crowder fnrrn. and they plnutcd a crop, hut when the rains rame In tho Spring, they loft It. Only a part of the crop hits been worked out. Mr. HiiiiB li pleased with tho out look here nnd says West Texas Is In bettor shape than his country nnd the people will have to como th!s way for feed, nnd they will have to have It. even If It tnkes their 1)1 nek ...

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. — 21 August 1914

,' .7 . ! Aw AND I'HKAP ft' ' tirse the people underatand .fie Rl Palo Convention want on rfrd qi opposed to lending: the hnol funds to tarmera with whlrh to buy home. Mr. Femuaon had araiied analnat It In the campaign herauae Hall fa vored It and Mr. Ferguson's peratm allty made the El Paso platform. The delpgatel were fresh from the field of battle and would aaree to nothlna not auageated by their candidate. Af ter cooler consideration the people re apt to admit that the Hall prop osition would open the way to cheap er money, a matter to whlrh the con vention vaguely committed Itself. The lending of school money at a low rate of Interest would have the effect of causing other capital to rome cheaper, and no reasonable man will ay that the achool money, protected by vendor Mens la not fully aa aafe a If Inveated In bonda. The convention claimed to want cheaper money but In blind prejudice it condemned the surest way to get It. For Rale flood two room house, roms lxl6 feet, tlond to...

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. — 21 August 1914

1 Ji ,. a .: Oxford Hand Tailored Clothes are Better All the new -all Fabrics, new patterns, new fashions, l-very collar and lapel is hand padded, every front and button hole made by hand. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed as to fit, workmanship and fabric. Will be jjlad to show you buy or n' t. THE IDEAL TAILORS, H. G. ISargmann, Prop., Basement First State Uank P. S, All Clothes kept In press and repair free cf charge. CITATION IIV IH.H ATION i tlK STAT K OF TKXAS, , 'id tho Sheriff nr any Conntntilo of (hurry County--(irci'tlnr: Vtij are hereby rnnimr.ndpd to - tin ftion P. M. Cnmphell by making ptitdfrniimi of tlil Citittlon once In .airh wwk for four Biu'cemtlve vveokH previous to tho return day hereof, jit Home nrwnpnpor pti bin tied In your flinty If (hero ho a newHpapo, pub lished t lie rein, but if not, then In any newspaper published In the Sflih Jgillrlal District; but If (here he no niwupupex ptihllHhed In Id Judicial District, then In a newspaper puh itlhed In (he neares...

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. — 21 August 1914

Concerning Three Good Newspapers The town of Mart will rote on lo 4 ca! option August 19. Mrs. W. B. Hunter returned Mon day morning from a visit to the borne folks at Quanah W. B. met her at ! Scurry County has ben wonderfully biest this ypar and, we fthould be grateful fur the koocJ crops thai we now have. ' H Is the duty of every patriotic citizen to subscribe for & good newspaper. You owe this to your family. Here, we think, are the three best newspapers in the State for you lo conider: 1st. THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, (diily) "k: a moDth (by mailt. 3 Mo. $2 10, I Yr. $7.50. 2nd. THE EVENING JOURNAL (daily! I Mo. 30c (by mail), 3 Mo. 5c. 1 Yr. I. 25. 3rd. THE DALLAS SEMI WEEKLY FARM NEWS 6 Mos. 50e, 1 Yr. U-0. Leave your sobs'-ription here and help os lo build up the News Agency. We will appreciate your subscription. At! drug dtmand and pmrrfpdon work rrcttrta our particular it tint ton at all iim. We are In the market for threshed Sweetwater. or dry head of malic, hafftr, or f...

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. — 4 September 1914

v 7 r (L X 1 V; 1 1 j-WKNTY-KHlHTH YEAR 8NYIIKR, HCl'RRY COVNTY, TKXAH, FRIDAY, HFPTEMhER 4, 19H. NITMI1KR TWEfA'B nVNM PEOPLK ARR LOOKINtt FOR PRAfTR'AL- HOU'TION OF THK (XHTON NnTATfOK. To the Snyder Signal: Bnyder, Teiaa. A a mult of t mat meeting of . ritliena at this litre 1 have been re- quested to write the enclosed article for publication In your paper. Hup ittg you will tee At to Rive It space In your Interesting weekly publication, I remain. Touri truly, 0. C. PALME It, Dunn, Texas. Notice to Cotton (J rowers ) fltnce foreign hostilities promise to continue, It has become necessary for the cotton grower to protect his Interests by obtaining, If possible, a fair price for his cotton. It Is an evi dent fact that, as long as the Euro pean war continues, and while com merce remains tied up, we are to re ceive bottom prices for our exports. Rut on the other hsnd It seems clear- f practical that cotton prices will be at the other eitreme when the war clones, or when foreign comm...

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. — 4 September 1914

.unTci rT a uuunrnrn ....... Alwayt Around When Orchertra It Playing, but Leaves With Them Whtn Program la Finished. Keeping lab on Tah, the mwot cat at the Waldorf-Astoria, N'w York, la absolutely an iniposhible tusk. Ha In sists upon si raying away front the ho tel, but where hi; go or bow ho govt la a mystery, for Tab kx-iis his own counsel. The assistant innm.g'-r of the hotel said the other dny Hint he often frars for tt ta'ty of Tub, mid for tbnt reason baa Inmrutted the hotel da tectl to keep watch for the neit few days. , Kveryone around th hofl thlrikrt thp world and all of Tab. Iff mean dered Into the hotel one night during Ihe wallers' strike. Tina was looked uiKin aa a luckv omen and Ttih waa nrompHy nmdo In understand that ba 1 a permanent home ow, a peculiarity of Tab's myslerl- irllona la that ha always remain bote during certain hours. h.M.I diiril.vr-or1i.lri tiriirn lit. i regular aa a clock Juf evening from nix until elcht, ill if tho orrheatra ptiiys In the foyer...

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. — 4 September 1914

NX (iKTTINO TOUKT.IKR OX A American Lady Corsets Models for the New Figure, Model For Every Figure. Tlinre urn tin very hkhImIi px ti i'iiK'l.v low lei.! and ct i i'iiii'Iv lonij liip types. Tlmi" aio Mm iiM'iliuir ImisI and MH'diuiii hip. TImtd urn ev.-n u ff.v liih Im.t, nti'l shor! Iiiji In a ivnnl, rt li.it ever i (If'iii.indctl, ii liuim or f.ishinii, is ivfl'Ttcil in AiiM'i'iiMii L-iily Cini-ts, and, ti 'in-oviT, it is .superior, siipriMiii'. in .i'yl", and s iMsf.nl.iini. V tub 7 'A..,;, ' 'P. See Our Show Window This Week! Codies Mercantile Company WAHKHOIKK MKANIKE 1 11, :3 The Tex nil h-glHtniure Ih inlil to m coimldiTliiK tlw wnreli'Minn prnpiwl tlmi fnnti n( Inu-t tlirw minli'". hut all cniiv In n toward tin- vin point lo-wl!: l!lr Hlnrajt" "t Inn find dm tHiin'c nf vii I Id m-jtntljitili' r i ftp it, wliirl) would t he tlx.- plan of riirri-ii-y, TIh-p nr t bono wbn di'lrc In uiiumhI Mm iidnilnlHtrallon iii'-amiro mi iiti t'i c! I in I mil" t h" ff.tl tin nf idllt" nplTa...

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. — 4 September 1914

' . 'r-ni i a f .1 H SPARS A CO. 0 i 5 nrn.. a 1 J rwbb i-niiiiiuiivciiicin. wi w. We have just returned from St. Louis with a well selected stock and I must say this season's goods are ytrletM so good when we left for market that we bought heavy. Our house is full up, In7we buy for cash so we own our stock as cheap as we ever did the same qual. y so we can sel you good at the same old p ice If you haven't decided what kind of dress you wanUet us show you through our dress goods We have a beautiful line and will be interesting to any lady. We have also bought heavy .n Ladfes' Coat Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists and Skirts. But a large majority of them are here for your inspec tion, and it will pay you to see them. We especially urge the ladies to call. Our Millinery is coming in daily and is open for your inspection. Miss Lindsey with Mrs. Sears will have charge of this department and they will be pleased to show you. Yours to please, J. H. SEARS & CO., West Side Square HARDT, PI...

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. — 4 September 1914

Get .Ready For School Week! Hundreds of mothers have the problem to solve of getting their boys ready for school this week. We have been getting ready to help you to a satisfactory solution of this problem for months past and have accumulated a splendid assortment of just such toggery as you will want your boys and girls to appear in, bright and early Sept. 7, in their class rooms. I III l Let us help fit them out in good substantial wear ables AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY! r Cloaks, Coat Suits, and Skirts Our showing of hand some styles, patterns and quality of goods ranks sec ond to none in West Tex as. A selection is an easy, matter here. Dress Goods New goods are arriving daily and we have never before offer ed the people of this county such handsome creations in both fabric and style. We carry this splendid stocking in both heavy and fine rib bed for Boys and Girls. Every pair warranted. Standard Patterns We arc ImadquartiM s fnrtlie 'mnoim Standard fimliions and with our ex...

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. — 4 September 1914

000C0 I ii 1 0 o ! 0 0 0 0 o I o t 0 ' 0 0 .' YOUR .Prescription You aliould tiai rpnt raw In rlxMiNiiiu h tl rim it 11 ymi cim tie tmni, upon. Proper f 1 1 1 1 ttfc "f tliti prem ripllnn tlemaml" SKILL OF PREPARATION EXACT PROPORTIONS PUKK8T DRUUS thcHii nnly Injure I ho ri'snlla your doctor isiittrM, Nit nuttier low ntpnldt your doctor K il tlm pri-cripHnii in not lillvtl ctatdlv ritt'il ly tii; ilriit!cit, tin rPHiill i n Inm nil nriiuml-liml ntmii'V, It-tt oppor tunity In wi ll fur 1 t. Your doctor 1 1t l ( nf i-Miill" wdi'ti y.iur ii '-tri ptitm i lilled Hi fyayumDrugCo. tl.The REXALL Store nihtik nr hilk. 'To rniiltfy n debt of 9 1 Till fur attir ii ri imi mi olil mv-n paHw-riK'T mtto innhllii pliu'i'd 111 my Irtrti rt In mi t four ymira ii n" by oni !("' Noideit, t will In Tliurwlay tin flrM day of (Violier, 11)11, Hi 3 n'i"'k p. in., nl my rri lilrliM' In th dm ii i f liiniii, Scurry Cnmity, Teviia, offer 'rilil iHilounibile fur nnln I" Him IiIkIk -I bidder for I'ltrdl. MHH ...

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. — 4 September 1914

Otttttttttt 3ttttaVSQ$0tttteaatttt0tttttte9tttttttttttttttt0tt. . FALL AMD WINTER STYLES 1000 Class Pntterns for men who want genuine Hand made Tniloiinp. ihinrantccd satisfaction os to fit, workmanship and fabric. THE IDEAL TAILORS' Basement First State Dank e i -. .7 (3 7 5 p. S. F;very garment we sell kept In press and repair free. JLOOXL)!J.L FOR THE DO YOU know of anyone who is old cnouph to rend, who h?$ not seen that 8tgn at a rr.il rond crossing? If cveryotir hna tten It at mmi time or othrt, hrri wlijr duet n't the rriho il Jet iho sIkd ret way 7 V7ry A9 iht railroad coniputiv contli.ua to keep those oni at every crowing F Mnybe you think, Mr. Merchant, "Mont evnybin!y knowa my tore, I don't hnve to advertlat." Your itore $rA your jfooda need more .'(i'.ljlrg itnn lb1 rU roi'ds nerd lo to warn ppf-plti to "Lock Out (or tht Cars.4 Nothing la f vr completed Id tba advertising world. Tha Department Ktorei arc very Rood eKamrle -they art ront in ii ul I y advertising and they a...

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. — 4 September 1914

E4. Tkowaaaa at wl" Ell J. A. Bndkarrr la foawt laf a aMMtaf at Jaatleakarc. (oactaat w Tfi ta fntaai. Too Busy Drugs, Stationery, Sundries, Cigars ) Mim Mtmi William kaa km Tia Itlnf la tiMniir aa4 Aklteee. W. J. Waldrla. tka talaakcaa maa of Ira waa km WtdaMdar. We reapectfullj io?ite yoor telephone ordere for inj uring in the drug line. Our free delivery eemce i prompt, popular and effi cient Gie a trial. We get there with the gooda. Any preecriptionsor family receipt job ma? have end them to We ll 1'iem right, which mean for job aafety and aatiafection. Give o joor drag boaineaa. We appreciate jonr trade. We onen ear'u and keep open reasonably late each 'aiTS' 'r conT"1'0 ' 0VT "oiVL DRUG STORE U1 local J Aak aa a boat Cream Betlaeat. Pboaa ?.fl. C. NATION A SON. Tom ( ajateTtna left Monday oa a baataeaa trip to Oktatweu. QoM d roam lag aad bay a Sliaraleaa Separator aad tia aa roar eraam i 111 . C. NATION A BON Bora, to Mra. Walker MrMullea. a Eaata. Aagaat IS. a lirl. QaH draa...

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. — 11 September 1914

b KNTY-KIMITH YEAR 1 8NY1IKR, SCURRY COUNTY, TKXAH, FRIDAY, HKITKMIIKR II, 10U. KOMIIKK THIRTEEN YOl'NfJ MAN JAILED IN KVYDER WEDNESDAY FOR AM,R(). FJ 8 A LB OF LIQUOR 'Visible Effect of Roose Aroused Sus picions of Officer Which Re sulted In the Aires. - Roy Spelss, wit arrested Itte 'ttednesday afternoon by City Mar shal O. P. Wolfe and Lon Graham, at the home of Spelss' father, four ml let weat of Hermlelgh, and lodRed In Jail Id Snyder on a charge ef boodllng booie here, on lait Monday. The visible effects of booie arous ed the suspicions of City Marshal Wolfe, Monday and he let to work ' with Mayor Noble aud Judge Buchan. ' to locate the source from which Die intoxicant eame. A faint clew ai obtained, which was followed up nnd developed until the officials were convinced In their own minds that they had located the guilty party and warrant was sworn out for the arrest of Spetii. From the best Information obtain able, the officials believe Spels dls- frwed of something like twen...

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. — 11 September 1914

rCOMITYv THE NEW COAT SUITS, CLOAKS,4. SKIRTS AND HATS ON DISPLAY I m tat . j m.M R-ir I If UICOI FLUVANNA. Mlaa Una nector or Itotan cam In Friday of last wnk to be ready to .take her place at teacher In the pri mary room here. MIm Pearl Cilil of Hermleigh Ci me In Thursday of laat week pre paratory for the opening of our rhool In which ahe will teach the Intermediate department. more to enter thli week. There wai a number of good tatka made by the different patrons' and mlnlitets. Judge Uuchanan alio was with ui and made an Inspiring talk along the line of education, which waa ap preciated. Our people are lovers of school and we have the prospects of having one of the best terms this year we have ever had. Mlaa Annie Hill of Rising Star ar rived Sunday ready to take her place as first assistant In our school. The protracted meeting that haa been In progress at the Christian church the past week atltl continues with much Interest. To date there have been twenty additions by re clam...

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. — 11 September 1914

FALL AND WINTER STYLES 1000 Class Patterns for men who want genuine Hand-made Tailoring. Ouaranteed satisfaction as to fit, workmanship and fabric. THK mVM. TAII)RS. Basement First State Rank ''''' p. S. Every garment we sell kept In presa and repatr free. - Mlti Ola Blbbee left Wednesday morning for Stratford, where she will teach tola aeaeon. Mn. Eugene dray, of Oall, and f rg. J. E. Ward of Plalnvtew, were registered at the Manhattan Tues day of thlaweek. WOODItOW W 1 1, WIN THK NATION'S KAVOIUTK Snyder hu quite a number of feed $ buyera and Iota of ma lie, feterlta nd hay are being marketed. ' A $100 Reward, $100 Th rratlfit of thia pnper wilt be Titi'died to iMrn thnt Hipp" la at ltut on drcndcd rtUeuw that srlfni tn own Mr- io curt- tn all lt singM. and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur 1 th only F(.iilvc cure now known to the medical r itcrnlly. Catarrh twin a constitutional dlnca.se, rcnulr-s a constitutions! treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cur la taken ln hrnnlly, nrilng direc...

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. — 11 September 1914

.The Dreamland T heatre I 5 Evans & Jolly, Props., the men who appreciate your patronage Mutual Girl every Wednesday night. Adventures of Kathlyn every other Thursday night. Keystone Comedy every night. 3000 feet or more of pictures every night. Artistically and naturally ventilated. "As cool as the Gulf Breeze.' We run a special Matinee Free Band Concert Friday night on ZTlr &nutar Signal HARPY, PK'KM A HARDY. NOTK'B TO PUMilO. Entered In ths postofflcs at Sny der, Tiu, m second olua mall mat Ur. Any srronsous reflection upon lbs character, standing, or reputation of or person, firm or corporation, which mar appear In the columns of The Signal will be gladlr corrected If called to tbe attention of the edi tor. Obltuarlei and notices of chari table or churcb entertainments, where Ml rales Ion la charged, will be charged for at the rate of I He per line. Kli)ili'r, Texan, Heptemliev II, IWI I. H:HM HATH' ANNOl Nri-IMKNTH. Cniiin'"", Ifllli. OMrlrl. W. It. SMITH County Itt'tiM...

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. — 11 September 1914

ST Our New Fall Showing of Ladies and Misses Coats i i Styles never fall to Interest women. They understand what class mean. They are quick to recognize the lead ershlpof beauty and refinement, and try to obtain them whenever possible. Our ladies' and misses' coats are the Ideal of perfection and a selection will be made easy. They are beautiful and we especially invite the ladles to come In and see them. Our dress goods department Is complete with all the newest and latest weaves and patterns. See them. We will par hlxhrnt market price tor liend or threshed malw and kafflr corn. Will pay rash, In lumber, or take on irniunt. Conrenlent place to unload. It HKHilNIWrTHAM, HA It It IH ft CO. W. H. Clements of Snyder, ww here thli week visiting hti kinsman. J, II. Robin ion and family. Ork ney Beacon. Mr. L. T. Gay and family of MrKIn ney, Texas, and Misses Peddle and Haiel Crenshaw "f Nevada, Collin. County, have been the guests of Mr. John Crenshaw and family In the east part of Scurr...

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. — 11 September 1914

' - TO AREHOI'HR THR OOTTO" CROP jtfhlla th Uw mtkiri In Austin -iTt btn halting between th ques tion of atat ownership of ware houasa and the question of Individual or eorporatlon ownership under a system of stste controlled similar to railroad operation, people In many counties have gone ahead arranging to organ Im warehouse companies, thus ahowtng popular approval of the corporation plan In preference to the state ownership theory. In all parts of the state such companies are belnc formed. The general plao rems tp be to have the cotton weighed, classed, stored and Insured. and held In bond subject to market conditions. Receipt are to be Issued, which will be negotiable at the banks to a specified or agreed per rentage of, value and the owner permitted to draw oo It In snh amount as the available mono may permit. In this way It Is hoped to tide the farmers over without having them forced to .sell their produce, outright at dis tress prices, it Is granted that to make this plan eff...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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