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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 16 October 1914

r? CCITTOX A('RRA(JR Illl.lJf AIIR OPFKItKD ft 1 Coates This is the Season J 111 UlC Itm 1 When a mv buirey, new t liarnesK and new saddli- J will bn in demand. Maylw J your old harn' needs lo h overhauled. We ran do t it the Guaranteed Way. D. P. STRAYHORN J Everything in a l''irst ('las Leather Kstahlishment NOKTH HI Mi 'Music Store ffaHllhwrot CoruM Ciilro. Yoj will find ShMl M'lilc, In.trut tlon Booki, Muilnl lutnironnu, PlM llrln md luppH of ll Unit Piano Tunlnf nd Orni Rplrln 1 J. D. BOYD: Money in the Money AJO yOUr DUSUicsa nuus" '"0 J Bank. Money talks. Get ready to talk with a bank account. 4 ! THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SNYDER, TEXAS ........... BoysTurnishings We have a full line of nifty, dressy, comfortable and sensible wearing ap parel for boys. Suits, Odd Pants, Hats, Shirts and Other Accessories We make a specialty of boy's wearing apparel and invite you to bring your boy to our store when you get ready to get his fall and winter clothing, shoes, etc. Mercantile Com...

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. — 16 October 1914

i. H. JF.IW r.xnmm A Th MehKaralngera Male Quartette FVhh rHrTAW VINB and Organ Cblmea will bo the at Mr J. H. Sears had on exhibit thle tract I od at the Snyder Opera Hooee, week a proline tweet potato rlne Wednesday evening. October 11. This taken from his garden in West Sny- la the second of the Lyceum numbers dcr. This vine had twenty-four nlce 'nd Is said to be one of the best of OWL DRUG STORE coo ha Me stse yeilow yams oi h. i the bled. It Experience Is the best traclier You get the bcnffit o( experience in irer:ription wrk, and in bnvin drr.i(;, Th'n yno tlcal hire. We reml'T our i:unl'uner appreciative si rticc, and bII to you at tlii Blore alwa.VH. OWL DRUG STORE j Ask c. R. Fellmy how to get J2'4 cents for a hale of rot ton. 17tf That Much for N Milling, With ear-h ISO. 00 rash purchase you wilt be presented with a beautl- O. U Alitor, of Ira, was doing Water Set. aliout In Snyder Wednesday, i Cafon-fJodson lry floods To Auk C H. Fellmy how to gel It 4 cents for a bala of...

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. — 23 October 1914

I. 3 yTWENTV-F.KiHTH HUR SNVI1ER, BCTRHY COUNTY, IKXAH. KHIIMV, IKTOIIKR Ml, IOH. NI1MIIKR NINETKKM A SIGNAL MAN SWINGS AROUND CIRCLE VISIT ING COUNTY TOWNS LONDON FINANCIER VISITS HNAL AMERICA TO INVESTI GATE COTTON SITUATION IN DEFEATED HITS ALLISON UW 8. i A- Snyder Man IMed After III rm of Hliort Duration Had Hoeta of FrteoiU Hfir. J, C. Mil well tnd D. R. Hanka re called t mwian about 9 o'clock laat Saturday nlKht, aaylna; that their brother, Adrian Banka died at 7:30 on that evening at DeKalb, Teia. Thta aad newa brought aorrow to a hott of Adrlan'a frlpnd. In Hnyilnr. It ! teamed that tin hid bfltin rick -only few daya and hla death came to ua aa an nni-ipwli-n ahorlc Adrian Danka lived In flnydcr for.nlrda anil Honiara" Unaliotlmm'a l number of year,. Ilia aacd mothor "' r"111" nl l""n- and hla brother KmmMt Rnnka and ""ate pi m on w-li aldi- nil I oi other relatlvca rcaldn hern.. He waa a near Hound Top arlioiil hou.ii. Then ann-ln-law of Rev. and Mra. A. II. "be Hoc flclil...

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. — 23 October 1914

Wt &n$tv tgttal HARDT, PIUKLB HARDY. HnydfT, Trias, October IS, 1014. Entered In tba postofflea t Bor der, Teiu, u second elees mall mat tor. an? erroneous reflection opon the character, etandlnf, or reputation of any person, firm sr corporation, which mar appear In the columns of Tha Blinal will da (ladlr corrected If called to tha attention of tha edi tor. NOTICa TO PUBLIC. Ohltuarlel and notices of chart labia or church antertslnmenta, where admission Is charted, will be charted tor at tha rata of I He per line. RLNawa.miioKnv ihvh.hikhh Congress, lotlu lllstrlrt. W. It. SMITH Conntjr Democratic Nominee. District Juilae JOHN B. "THOMAS DMrirt Attorni-jr JAMES P. STINflOM lltiuresmilatlte lnnth District T. r. BAKKIl County Jnilee C. R. BUCHANAN County Att'imcf W. W. WRKM8 County Clerk W. T. SKINNRR Dlstrirt Clerk W. B. AIIAMSUN Tni Assessor JOE MKItllITT Tea Collerlor W. M. t'UIIHV Hherilf W. A. MKIIItll.L, County Tnwun-r C. R. I.OCKIIAI1T County Hurteyor W. I.. (IIIOHH Commis...

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. — 23 October 1914

o I i VJ' t OMtXHHi IS HNVI1FH j The conimorrlal dlrnclorx of Hny ,iler la beliiK onlarirc.il this week by jthn iipftilim of (ho hit new raorcon- " h""' of TnwnnMil-Olilham ft Co. jwho arc opptilnK up an Immenu stork of dry inoilg mil jrocvrli'S on .the past aide of tho uminro In the old milllllllL Hlrhanla Mi'Mlllan slnml and tho B liulldlnit nilj. lnlnjt. Ihna Klrlnjc llii'ni r . acinar.' fml of floor ,,.,,, ti,,, 5 two alorcs Imvo Iwcn ronsiillilntcil In- In oni'n nil Ihcy ari- IicIiir narkr-il full of new up-tn-itatr- jtooils for the pio S plo In Rnyilor'a rxirnalvp trade terrl s tory. Kvrry fvatnrp of thla I I K Moro wl,l a ho cinidiirlpit on advanced llm-a of s modem iiicrrliaiiillsliipr and It la ihe s inlnitlon of the manaRement lo rurry 3 everyllihiK the peoplo may Want In S their aeveral llnea. 5. Prompt and polite, attention and g dependuhle airvtrn are a lit part In S the p.illry or theae peoplo. S The aaleapeople all have prat-Ural 2 knowledge of the merruntlla niiHl S ...

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. — 23 October 1914

: J Qlllf ttfltor Signal HARDY, PK1KM HARDY. Hnyilrr, Trxnji, (Maawr !ifk, IBM. Anr arronaoua rafJacttan upon tha eharactar. Undlog, Or reputation of aor ptnoD, firm or corporation, which mar appaar IB tho eolumna of Tha Blinal will ba irtadi eorracted If called to tha attantloa of tha adl-tor. Texas State fair Dallas Oct. I7th to Nov. 1st Excursion Rates Daily via Big Added Attraction ,nu . 2,000 U.S. Troops INPANTIIY TAVAMIV AIITII.I.K1IV Olvlnil Eshlblllnn Krrrr N'llht and each Rsturriar. Similar and Wednta day aMrrnoon. For full partrulsrs write A.I). BELL, GEO D. Hl'NTKK, A asl.tlrn.Paaa.Airt. (ten. Pail. Ant UAI LH,TEA9 M. E. Hussar ft'. M. B..rd ROSSER & BOYD Lawyers SEE THINGS IN NEW LIGHT Amtrleam In Europe Btcomt Com mitted to tha Militarist Program. I talked to ft Rood many American! who have resided In Europe for ioidi time and found thorn, to a man, a much committed to the militarist pro gram an the native are and alwayt from the point of flew of the country In whic...

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. — 23 October 1914

J Cotton Goods Prices Re duced to Combat the Prevailing Cotton Market! Owing to the fact that the price of cotton is disgustingly low, the Caton-Dodson Dry Goods Co. has decided to meet this peculiar situa tion by correspondingly sacrificing prices on all cotton goods. This move on the part of this store will enable the customer to make a vast saving on all his fall and winter purchases, and will directly affect the low market price of our cotton. We sincerely hope'you will see the advantages to be derived from this action on our part. It is the intention of this establishment to do everything that presents itself, which will help conditions prevailing, occasioned by the present disturbances. Take Advantage of These Great Sacrifice Prices Best grade of Outing - - 8c Best graee Sea Island Domestic - 8c Red Seal Gingham - - - 10c Good grade unbleached Domestic 6 l-2c Regular 10c Gingham - - 8c Good grade bleached Domestic - 8c Regular 10c grade of Chevoits at - 8c Good Grade cotton Fl...

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. — 23 October 1914

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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. — 23 October 1914

1 II HI I I! Ill g?lWfla BH1 S.S I us m is s 1 ? II T St5" "W si 3 3 -S Ort ? flirt fCw r ) 2 , a . C lsi hi II o3 I & r i I o jo $ 2 tt Is S E " - c 'S t - 3 a ' w . . S rO 8 g CO N 13 r "a bfl4H 3 H-H " r- r i 2 .8 8 Si p 5 1. J i 2 Jrtrt"i:--3 c 02 ss 3Uflt5t:o g r5 m U s sis s G 8 J! 2"D I M 1 S Jl V - 5 u E CJ -2 e $ 5 .S a b J :-1 s J ?32i0(U'c,3. "S3 j MS S 1 2 j H I Fit - - 2 -; P rr u -a rr i n h s - S 2 S J2 c t! -

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. — 23 October 1914

Great Money Saving Event For The Buying Public At J. H. SEARS GO'S. r & On account of the low price of cotton, and the enormous stock that we now have on hand, we are quoting to you prices that are in reach of every customer in Scurry county, regardless of the low price of cotton. Be low you will note prices on goods from each department of the house. LADIES' SHOES We are ahowiiiK you more Hum 2.1 rhie styles in dailies' Dress Shoes, which will ennhle you to Ret any style ymi ile sire at Price from J2.00 to IS.OO in 1 ho Julia Marlowe Shoe. Our hiirirain counter shows you over KKI pain of Shoes all styles, sizes from V to 4. :I.IH) ami 4.f hIcm-. your choice $1.50 MEN'S SUITS Our Men's Suit Department in ureal. We have nil colors anil price. We offer von toiliiy a plain lllw- Scriic suit, ituiiniiilcil all wool. Tor linly $10 00 A haniliiomi' itray. all wool suit uf only $12.60 We can ifive you nuiiieroua other styles, ei mul take vour choice of nnv unit in the house itt only $1...

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. — 23 October 1914

! Boys Furnishings We have a full line of nifty, dressy, comfortable and sensible wearing ap parel for boys. Suits, Odd Pants, Hats, Shirts and Other Accessories We make a specialty of boy's wearing; apparel and Invite you to bring; your boy to our store when you get ready to get his fall and winter clothing;, shoes, etc. Coates Mercantile Company HOUSTOX ANI THR HOL'BTON CHKOMChR i Celebrating Iti thirteenth in n I ver sa ry, The Houston Chronicle Issued a souvenir edition on October 14th. In thli edition the Houston of thir teen year ago lg contracted with tbe Houston of today. In text and Illus tration the anniversary edition re flect! by comparison the growth of the paper and Its city. The edition stresses the fact that every modern 'building In Houston, of which there are now hundreds, has been erected durlnK the life of the Chronicle, j Thirteen years a to there whs one six story building- In Houston. It was and Is a brick structure. Within the era measured by the life of the ...

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. — 23 October 1914

ffl 11 K Y 0 $30,000.00 STOCK OF DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES ;; THEY MUST GO! E. F. SEARS DRY GOODS and GROCERY CO. OF SNYDER, TEXAS Will inaugurate on Oct. 22, 1914, the most gigantic sale of general merchandise that has ever been offered in this community WE MUST HAVE THE MONEY and we are therefore going to cut and slash in every department pf this unequaled stock. You can save money and lots of it by planning to be with us when this stupendous sale opens. YOtJR WINTER'S SUPPLY OF DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES Can be purchased at a saving that will please the most fastidious. Get your shopping list ready, bring your cash and the trade you can make with us will be most pleasant and profitable to you. Remember if you please, ours is a good, clean, fresh stock, no remnants , and as we are here to stay, we must of necessity give you dependable merchandise, and we will see to it that yoi) are satisfied. This sale will cover our entire stock of groceries, dry goods, boots and shoes, hats, caps, e...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 October 1914

fa National Amusement Company Snyder, Texas, one week, commencing Monday, October 26. Auspices Snyder Fire Department Shows, Riding Devices and Concessions; Band Concerts Daily. It Costs Nothing Somebody will sell me a bale of Cotton at 12 l-2c per pound, Nov. 16th. You do not have to spend a cent with me to get a chance to sell me the bale. Bring me a sample and get a chance C. R. FELLMY Kincnnon A Davis Old Stand 3 Equals 25 -,..!.... ., ..... h.U a mj. ... One leaspoonlul of medicine and two pound, oi your own ground leed (cost about 3 cents equal, in what they do lor your animals and fowls, two Ends ol any ready-made stock or poultry tonic ce 25 cents). There you are I If you don't eve It, try It out I Buy, today, 1 can ol Bee Dee ! i STOCK & MEDICINE Outn M late tMk-BM II imaVprttKlaf. How'd This? Wa offer On Hundred Dollars Reward (or ny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENFT CO., Tnl.dn. O W. tl). und.r.lanM. hmv. know n f J. Cti.n.r for...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 23 October 1914

i DRUGS Courtesy Fair Dealing Appreciation These ro the thlntts, and thia la the kind or service you meet with at this druK store. Bring us your prescriptions, and family receipts. They both receive the same careful attention here. Satls.'nctorj sei vice all the way round is our plan. Give Ui Your Drug Business OWL DRUG STORE ii LOCAL i AVI B I mm mm HI . S I 8e ui for Med wheat and rye. ' C. Nation ft Bon. W. B. StanMeld li at hli ranch thli thla week. A good accond band buggy for aale or trade, flea 17t(. Mn. Ed Ward. Mr. and Mn. W. J. Parker of Dig Springs were guests lait Sunday of (lie lady 'a parenta, Her. tnd Mn. J. B. Ker. WANTED Several good farma and ranchea Id thla locality for caih. See ua at once. 17-lm Baker, Orayum ft Anderson, Bnyder, Teiai. E. H. Webb and family arrived here Tuesday from Stephen! county to Tlilt Mr. J. E. Murphy, 26 mil Weit of Snyder, Bee our new line of wall paper. Coit of papering room 1.50. A. P. MORRIS Kid. J. A. Rradberry preached lait Sunday ...

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. — 30 October 1914

1 4 THUVTVKKJHTH YEAR 8NVDKR, SOIRKV COUNTY, TEX AH, PKIIMY, fMTOIlKR HO, IBM. NI'MIIKR TWKNTY. 1 Farmers' Union Uttmrj Htore Ixiom lawa Quantity of K'out and OfJwr (Joods. Snyder had a burglary rase Sunday night. A burglary In 8nydPr la somc- thing quite unusual, but who evern,e ""on requested to give to the put up this Job pulled off a good big iPubllc through the Signal my obser atunl,. !v-tlon relative to the cotton altua- It occurred at the Farmers' Union llon "nd ouMroik for the future. Grocery more and from what could 1 "" In the berlnnlng what be learned the haul Included S0 or " "Id to Iho farmers In Scurry 1000 pounds of flourand a lot of oth. er goods. o'clock Sunday night. About 10 Mr. Merrill In making bin ..anal rounds of nfRht watching found the buck door of (ho store open. Hp pro- the lending rotion merchants, cotton reeded to clone It and tark ft board exporter and flnanclent In the roll over the hole In the door and notify (.rH 0f mule. The farmer started off Mr. M...

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. — 30 October 1914

lb lo l.f n in Ih Ik lo Ml lo She &ttyhfr Signal HARDY, PICKI.B HARDY. Nnyilnr, Tm, October 110, III 14. Any 0rronMu raflKtlon upon tbt charmiltr, unrltni, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, 1.M..I1 m. .nn.. in lh .nliiinni nt Tb. BlRii.1 will be gladlr cormt.d If called to the attention of the edi tor. The town of ElRln, Texan, hnn provided that people there may pay their lit x en In Inwtallineiits. ctlna Hei;reiary llooaevelt, or Hie , nayn thn United Mate Navy JH.noo more men. 4 0 1. nicnnier of the luKlnl.it urn ' law to keep ihe hi fnrmern planting ln much rutton, hut , .ccd the HtmiHer nnon exempted. l'realdent Hindi of the (inntd ya h'in Hiivn the 2-ccnt paum'tiaer fni, In MlHHoiirl In too low to allow the road any profit, and Hint the frelnlit rate Ih H) per cent too low. .(! - If Hid ntul ill in-r ri'BlrlcllciriK IihiI unwili'il In poniilliliiK i'x lvi- nil- ln arn-iiKV. w Klit nwmmlily havc oxpwlwl Kiinm lllllinili rli'IV,r"" U "'" w,,r ln fannllr to ir ...

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. — 30 October 1914

x i - iiffea 1 Jh ' i rutin.' ... -f m m :ww-mmmmuii tamers k eh A J Oil) . It vj - ftvw raises. - ' rasas f SffrVAX WWW w We wish, to take this method of expressing our ap-: preciation of the cordial welcome that we have here been accorded by the people of Snyder and surrounding country. It has far surpassed our fondest expectations, and we are going to show you our appreciation by offering you from time to time rare Bargains that will demonstrate to you the, great pur chasing power of our fifteen big department stores. Cegining nl Saturday I lie 31st. We Are Going to Offer You Some Extra Specials for One Week Only Below you will find a few of the many Bargains we teve to offer. Come get yours. Follow the crowd. Men's Clothing We tn ko cn-af pl.'awurp In tellinn you wo noil Hip World KiiriifpiiK Hart, ShntTnrr ft Mar ami Hpeni. Mlclmol Clothe. YVe havo m mired nil the r milting ninrkt'U In got r lot ho lliat will br t h hold their alinpp anil kIvp rimkI r vfrp, and M last wp havo t...

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. — 30 October 1914

CLEAN- SWEEP SALE I 7 0 9 Continues to attract the Crowds 9 0 tu 0 Th. ? provlil their tnxk Action 8m , nit ti,Pr 7h. Our clean sweep sale has been thus far a tremendous success and the trading public seems to appre ciate the big bargains we are offering This big event will positively close at 9 p. m, Saturday, Novem- Only one more full week to take advantage of the money saving sale of the season. We are .ruly grateful to the public for their liberal purchases and will endeavor to give you even greater bar- 1 nior '"Aj' gains and better service. We Must Have the Money and we are therefore cutting and slashing in every department of thisunequaled stock. You can save money and lots of it by planning to be with us during this stupendous sale. YOUR WINTER'S SUPPLY OF DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES Ciin be purchnw'd nt iv anviiiK that will plt-nse tlic most fasthliou. Ont your nhopplnv list rcaily, bring your cash and the trade you can m ike with us will lie most plwitnt and profit able to vou...

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. — 30 October 1914

iV m Cotton Goods Prices Re duced to Combat the Prevailing Cotton Market! Owing to the fact that the price of cotton is disgustingly low, the Caton-Dodson Dry Goods Co. has decided to meet this peculiar situa tion by correspondingly sacrificing prices on all cotton goods. This move on the part of this store will enable the customer to make a vast saving on all his fall and winter purchases, and will directly affect the low market price of our cotton. We sincerely hope you will see the advantages to be derived from this action on our part. It is the intention of this establishment to do everything that presents itself, which will help conditions prevailing, occasioned by the present disturbances. Take Advantage of These Great Sacrifice Prices Best grade of Outing - - 8c Red Seal Gingham . - - 10c Regular 10c Gingham - - 8c Regular 10c grade of Chevoits at - 8c Best grace Sea Island Domestic - 8c Good grade unbleached Domestic 6 l-2c Good grade bleached Domestic - 8c Good Grade cotton...

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. — 30 October 1914

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Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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