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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 30 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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 30 October 1914

EE GIFT! r A FR t nrr purchase made at our store or with v payments on account, amounting to We want to call your 9 " ' Our orescriotion department is in the hands of a competent prescription man, who has more than 20 F F ' and "Carefully Compounded Prescriptions is our one aim. NOTICE: Wll.l. tIKl.t' MAUKKT I. Jui'KxII. ono of Hcrmlrlth'n lending bUMlnt'KN men waa In town Monday. Ho lliitika lliu opi-iiinn of the Now York Kxctianno next Mou day will aervo to help Did rot ton market. He believes the war lufln tmro will In- In tin- wiiy for a year yet and (hut Hie American people will have to lake rare of the cotton crop. Speaking of local nffalrn. Mr. JacgJ g advlsoa farmers to be careful to not mix damaged rotten with the Kooil -If Iht-y do the market will nit the BiuhI down to the hud level. WANTKD Several goon farms nnil rnnehes In thl locality for cnh. Heo us at onec. 17-ltn linker, (irnynm & A micron, Snyder, Texm.. W. II, Anderson, of ilrrmlc Igh, manar.er of the Itermlelg...

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. — 30 October 1914

Wprk of Prayer. The Methodist Auxiliary meets Monday In regular session hi Hie church, nl p in and will be continued every afternoon. Ihrough out the week. This Ih our regular Wee of ('raver and Self heitlai. A program ttli special literature Ih provided fr the group study. Tin1 offerings this year will bo ap plied lo the Vaalitl Industrial School and lh- Hire (ilrl'M School. We are expk' thiK a" ir members to he there and t.111 I"' Klart t hav any. wlio will mi""' hi ft. ok prm.iriTV. l i r.'iir'wl In ,iiiilati'il rm iHnpatrli' Hial I'orflrlo DIM, tor. -illl'lll nl Mi'il'O In ili-ail. mer irt DARE Neglect a Cough Keiieve the discomfort and avoid the sort ou it complica tion a neglect ed cough often lead to, by at- Cherry Bark Cough Syrup W aril mm ol il llian all oth- fr eouirh avrnp" romMnrd. Il ia rmmiHv plfanaiil lo III liMp, h. h ootlle comanm mora llian eolith rvmiilit ililal Hie .iia pnrr. Kuarantw il t riifa your inunli. or money '... All lliwe ar larl lliat -,uld nWHir von ...

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. — 30 October 1914

: WINTER GOODS AT THE HUNTER MERCANTILE CO. j I BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES AT HUNTER'S u always paid 10c for, because we are over bought on outing cloth. . Big line of men's clothing, suits $7.50 to $15,00. Big lot boys' knee pants. Suits cheaper than anybody, ordl4d pants cheap. Biggest stock of shoes we have ever carried. Just as cheap as they were before the war. jure! 9 lOHTll. HAVIXIHJM imiNWITH AUK INT.KAMN1 The war In Kurope la proving a bla boon to pmiUl anvltm In ihla country, from the vury tlay Uoallll tltm opened arrow !" vlx I,1,h1hI aavltiK rerelpla In-Run to Inrreuae by leap ami bounds oil withdrawal Ml off. a remilt quite contrary to the prerirtlon of many well Inform ed persona who, In their Imaalna. Hon, aaw llnea of feverlah uepoallora t punt offlre pay window aiuloua to again return their saving to the boot-leg and body belt depultorlea wlienro they rame before entrualed to Unele Ham. Hut the foreralern fuih-d to reckon on the aholute con ndente of the American rltl...

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. — 30 October 1914

1-2C FOR A BALE OF GOTION . Any man, woman or child has a fiance to sell me a bale of cotton at i2 l-2c; no one barred. Bring me a sample of as many bales as you please and get a chance with each sample, Free! R. FELLMY C. Kini'aiKin H DiivIn Old Hliintl Flint nnpUNl (Inirrli SKW Mll.lJi TO I'HK COTTO.V Alrruri) HtNtn Hm Nuinoiouii Kr. ItirJw Tlml Turn Hlii-plo Into j KhiMti'il I'roduct for Muikrt. I aHHHiuuinnnn 8nnd ay School, IMG a. m. I'mn'tiliiK 1 1 a. in. and 7 p. m. H. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Tin- Jim1ir t'nlnn Iihh hecn lein ponirlly railed nfT. The nrt;niilx:i(lnii nf n Junior H. V. i'. r I). W. Iloriuuliiy In HoiiHion Cliron- lvf. AiiKtln, Txa. Oct. 84 ir plmiH tlint are rn.w on fmit In tllffcri'iil Iiiwiih of I Jut nunc arc currlid In rnlfllliiH'iti, nion than a dozen u w nil ton mill will ho inrt('(l In T.'XiiH will be l-fiecti-d III the near fit- 111 llio llnlil.ihiilc fnhirti. iTolci'lfl of Inn-. Thin (irKiiiilztillon will hit com-'iMh character uro belli promoted In po-te...

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. — 30 October 1914

1 S - Valway, t In Drugs, It's THE OWL J Muk McOlaun went to Sweet w a ter Monday whore be will work for tbe Express Company. Call, write, wire or Telephone us Your Drug Orderi We Appreciate Your Business OWL DRUG STORE WANTKD Active broken to sell my soft shell pecans. New crop, di rect from the grove. R. H. Johnson, Floresvllle, Texaa. Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Scarborough have moved back this week to their home In town. For Sale One cow and two red bull calves. J. H. Hamlett. New Pastor Wl'l Preach. The Signal la authorised to state that Rev. Win. Pearn, the new pas tor will preach at the First Christian Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock and at night. FOR BALK Good registered Duroc Jersey boar, or will trade for meat hog;. Apply Signal office. Mrs. C. R. Lor k hart and children r'turned a few days ago from St jLoula. The baby girl Is very consid erably improved. LOCAL T. P. .Morton and familr. of Mer. , R. H. Illniiliiliolham Bel came In Wi'tlnenday to visit C. home Sunday. W. Morton and...

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. — 6 November 1914

f v. I TWENTY -KI0I1TH YKAR BNYI1KH, SUVHHV COUNTY, TKXAH, HIIIIAY, NOVKMIIKH , I II 14. Nl'MllKK TWKNTY-ONB SAFE BLOWERS CLOSING o a AT AMHS K. FKnutMON'R MAJOIUTV AIH)IT A HIlNhllKII TIIOl'HAND , VOTING VMIY J.ltJHT OVKK KNTIHK HTATK IIKMO. ' ' CHATH HAKRIjY ItKTAIN (DNTKOU 1L 1 OENIEHIS WERE DEFEATED Kml Election Wm Very, Very Tiow Affair etnyrter Vote Ultra Below and treaty Vote Wm Correapoti(Ung1)r Light. Two of j the Amendment Favorably V& Upon Hera. '. Return! from the election .how Fentuaon'i majority for governor Mot 100.000. The rotlni wai Hunt all over the State. All three of the propoted amendments to the consti tution were deputed.. Pull Demo cratic State ticket la aafely elected. In Mine counties It la aald that the Moclallata landed an office In aome In aunrea. New York elected Whitman, Re publican, for governor, over Ulynn, democrat. New York elected one 8c ririut ift Pjinirou. There will be three Bociallets In the neit houie. Uncle Joe Cannon will go back to Con...

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. — 6 November 1914

We boaHt of our freedom, and es pecially do we emphasise our fret' luflnie right the right to vole at we please. H tit lota ot that muni be juttl "talk" and cheap tall. Tuesday wua election day and In Snyder Just a little more than one inn a out or every three entitled tn a vote, cant b'l ballot. The primary election had practically aettled the question an to who our neit officer would be, but even the Socialists and Republi can! showed the same Inck of Inter' eat fa Texas that the Democrats showed. There were three conatl tutlonal amendments voted on that were worth the consideration of the people entitled to vote. It Is a great privilege to be allowed free and un trammeled suffrage, but It li also a duly every man owes to vote as best he knows. Acting upon authority veslod In him at comptroller, W. P. lano re cently revoked the license of a a loon keeper tn Galvestdn Itecause of the saie of llnuor on Hominy, and to minors. The case was taken before District Judge Street who procee...

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. — 6 November 1914

MORE BUYING DAYS Special. For1' Saturday Only 14yardi of any grade Gingham to the dollar Saturday, Nov. 7th, Only Our sale lias been a tremendous success, and we still have Jots of goods that must be turned in to cash, therefore, we are going to give the buying public a few more days in which to lay in their winter supply of dry goods and groceries. You can save money to inspect our stock before you buy Special For Saturday Only 28 yardi of cotton Check to the dollar Saturday, Nov. 7, Only E. F. Sears Dry Goods and Groceries PHONE 296 EAST SIDE SQUARE . SNYDER, TEXAS STIH'K VAIUW IN CH1CA4JO MAY cumK TKX.-IH SHKIW COTTON MILIJ Unanswerable argument In favor of building moro rollon mills In Tox Chicago. Nov. 4 Closing of the ui( ,mil U(,,,n Rlv(, t,y ur, j. m. Head t'hlcago Stock Yurda m the light of (oui,,nni wh0 vIMtrd the State against the focit and mouth disease yr Bn( pjn upon Kipm ft 1Unrn wai again graveiy ronsiuenn at conference of the itate and fed eral authorities with catt...

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. — 6 November 1914

I Tmr keys? turkeys! Turkeys! BBS " ' A A M M I k. 1 THANKSGIVING IS COMING Turkey market will open about the 10th of this month. We will have t! the best chance. market obtainable, get in touch with us, this is your opportunity, aon t miss imt We are UoinU to put out 10 Sharpies Cream Separators to 10 different people at market price and will take a bale of middling cotton and allow you 3c above market price, provided it doesn't cost us over 10c a pound. Also buy your butter fat, now worth in the market 26c a lb and all indications point to higher market. Call us up and ask us what we are paying for eggs. C. NATION & SON Qty &uttiirr Clonal HARDY, PICK LB HARDY. Fnyrier, Texas, November tt ,1014 Csrranxa waB not satisfied with the Mexican conveutlon which mot at Aguaa Callentes, and will proba bly revolt, ir he can get a following sufficient. Villa's folio went are al ready revolting "agin" the govern ment It inemi to tie the leading Any erroneous reflection upon the j 0nai...

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. — 6 November 1914

t I'LL Eager buyers have thronged our store which demonstrates to us that the people of Snyder and surrounding country appreciate the great bargains that we have offered This week we come again with another pleasant surprise for you, in the way of offering you exceptionally low prices on the following dependable merchandise, as dependable goods are what we have built our reputa tion on and enabled us to grow to fifteen big department stores. HI $l.jiKiM(lo, to 12 In. ni Ik cropo do chcmo, in :lnr cliu:k, tnaliotfnn, lavnmlcr, cnry, Sal mon pink, wliite, dark red and linlit xroen $1.15 t:.W (?rade. 12 in., Imported nrene, in tolors plum, daik n-d, tantjo, Kinn'sbluo and battle Kionn $1.15 $1.50 if rail n, 111 in., nil ilk Morln Faille, in culuri. kix-M bluo and light purplo $1-20 $l.!HKriidi- h In., allnilk, black Morlo poplin $1.20 $!.:, Kradc.iin in., all 'ille' in 1?rH. I"''", plum, battle iirwi, dark red - H.IKInrailc, 'M ni., rail k'ood rade black taffeta '; $1 .&gnd. a in.,...

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. — 6 November 1914

PRICES ARE TALKING AT as Uli D Cl 0 e 0 0 We have the largest stock by far, we have ever carried, and no one realizes as much as we do, that it must be turned loose, so we are not going to wait until the season is gone before we slash the price. It is not a matter of profit, but a matter of turning them loose, so our customers are the ones to be benefitted by our immense stock. Remember we have no old, Shelf worn trash to show you. Our stock is new, and up-to-date, nothing short but the price. This being true, every article that goes over our counters, carries with it our personal guarantee, just as we represent it or your money back. Ladies' Coat Suits, Skirts and Cloaks. Ladies, this is most assuredly, a coat suit season and every lady who has not a new coat suit, must feel that her wardrobe is not complete. The demand has been greater this year than for years. We have kept our stock well replenished, and made it of interest to every lady interested in these lines. You will readil...

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. — 6 November 1914

12 1-2C FOR A BALE OF 11 Any man, woman or child has a chance to sell me a bale of cotton at ' 12 1 -2c; no one barred. Bring me a sample of as many bales as you please and get a chance with each sample, Free! C. R. FELLMY Kinciinori & Davis Old Stand r We Are Always Busy Hut never too liuay to Kim you careful atten tion and treat you cour teously and kindly. Wo appreciate your patron aKO and want to aeo you In our store. OUR PROMPT AND CAREFUL Dolivory insures you that your (ii-oceriea will reach you quickly and In (food runuitlon. I BNYDKK, J. W. Templeton TK.XAS LESSON IN FARM MARKETING Htm On Prtduaar RaiMd the Prte and Made a Salt, Which Hit Competitor Loot. Two farm wagon atood In a public market, bo lb loaded wltb bans of po- I tatoea. A woman atoppnd before the ! Drat j "How much are potatoes today?' I aha aaked. 1 "Ninety canta a buahnl," aald Uia owner. "Oh, my!" x rial mud the woman. "That Komi high; I paid only 60 cenla for tha laat." " ToUra YB none up," aald the gr...

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. — 6 November 1914

K6T MATTER FOR THE PUBLIC , .1 HARDY, PIUKLB HARDY. Frailer, Texas. November 0,1014 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, Manding, or reputation of ear peraon, (Irm or corporation, which mar appear ID the column! of .The Blfual will he fladlr corrected It called to the attention of the edi tor. THK (JAIT WK TltAVKL. From WaalilnKton the following was given out November 2nd: Americana spend f JO for alcohol ic llquora for every dollar that buys i tea and coffee. Our tobacco costs five ttmei as much aa our new churches. Every time we give a dollar to the heathen land we hand out a dollar and ten cents for chewing gum. Can dy takes from our pockets two and one-half times as much as our medi cines. We Americans spend on an av erage of eight dollars a year for Jewelry, It Is also figured. Who fan lleet This Ilet7 D. B. Hanks brought one of the largest beeta to the Signal of fire Wednesday we have ever seen. This was grown by Smith llrork of Hormlelgh, formerly commission er and Ju...

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. — 6 November 1914

BargainsforFall and Winter I Compared with thesocalled"Great Money SavingSlaughtered Sale Prices" " w After a careful study and close comparison, we find the prices given below com pare very accurately with our regular price and the "Money Saving Slaughtered Sale Prices." t o i Q 9 tit We ask your Careful Comparison and Consideration Children' fleeced vesta, extra quality, blearheil, our price 2.'e, Hurrah Sale Prices 211c Uhildron's fleeced piint.H, extra quality, bleached, our price LTie, Hurrah Kale. Prices 211-j MLhsch' and Hoys' fleeced union suits, extra quality, bleached and unbleached, our price 50c, Hurrah Kale Prices O'.lc Ladies ribbed, fleeed veita or pants extra quality, bleached, our price 50c, Hurrah Kale Prices Wc. Ladies' ribbed, fleece, union suits, Rood quality, bleached, our price fiOc, Hurrah Sale Prices We Boys' heavy, fleeced shirts and drawers at - 17c Heavy, unbleached, cotton flannel at - - 9c Good grade, unbleached, cotton flannel at - 7c Extra wide, brown...

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. — 6 November 1914

In Drugs, It's THE OWL Call, write, wire or Telephone us Your Drug Odors We Appreciate Your Business OWL DRUG STORE Mn. Geo. Nortbcutt and baby daughter arrived Sunday from Gor man. i Juit rectlred car Domino lump coal. Phone 164. J. C. DAWSON. Mr. B. K. Matthewa came In Thursday morning from Comanche to Join her huabsnd, K. K. Matthewa of the Townsend-Oldhsin Dry Oooda tore. if you want a loin at S or B per cent on unencumbered farm land, iee H-SI C. K. BUCHANAN While Will Warren waa at Dallas last week he bought a pretty onyx draught stand for hla sods fountain. Edison Maida Electric Lamps at Orayum Drug Company. John Y. Uowen, of Pyron, waa here Wednesday to bring the elec tola returns from that place. Second hand windmill and tank for sale cheap for rash, or would trade for good cow and calf. It DH. It. L. HOWKLL. A. C. Alnsworth of Fluvanna waa A passenger on the southbound San ta Fe Wednesday. We will have James Hennessey's famous rare hone, which had brouKhl the owner a fortu...

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. — 13 November 1914

TWKNTlf-KIOHTH YEAR 8NVDKII, SCTRHY COUNTY, VEX AH, KKIDAY, NOVKMIIKK III, 1KI4. NI'MIIKII TWKNTV-TWO i I ( j BOrCDS APPROVED The County CommlHtlonorR' Ceurt Diet Monday In regular quarterly aea llon, Fronenl, County Judge C. II. Buch anan, Count; Clerk, W. T. Halnner, HherllT, J. B. Boles; CcmmUl.onera 0. W. nrown, Piwlncl 1, J. I). Laloh er. precinct I, J. H. Aulry. precinct S, J. B. ThomM, precinct 4. , The Mrat work of the term M to cnn.aaa the votei cart In the election NoTembeY I, and the following oil cere were ejeiVnred elected and the amount of the aeveral official bonde net. C. R. Buchanan. County Judae, 3,000't Counly Superintendent, $1. coo. W. T. Skinner, Counly Clerk, (6,000. W. 8. Adaranon, Dtatrlti Clerk, IS.000. W. W. Warma, County Attorney, 12,(00. W. A. Merrill, Sheriff, 15,000. W. M. Curry, Collector Stale Tal ei, $ 17,600 ; Collector County Taiea 130,(00. J. A. Merrlta, Alienor,. State 16,000, County 10,000. C. R. lackhart, County Trecaurer, tno.ooo. W. L. OroM,...

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. — 13 November 1914

New Goods Just Receive We have just received a big lot of new goods, among which were ladies' coats and coat suits and are the very latest styles and were bought at a price that cannot be duplicated and they will not last long at the extremely low prices we marked them. Ladies9 Underwear Our line of Underwear Is complete and you will find the Munslng wear the best In quality and best In fit. Ladies' Union Suits In all sizes at $1.00 Ladies' Wool Unions, In natural and worsted from , , $2.50 to $3.50 25 yds. good otton Outing $1 20 yards good grade, yard wide Bleached Domestic $1.00 Time and space will not permit us to give you a full list of prices on everything but if it is dependable merchandise, we have it at a saving to you. Our Grocery Department Has been very busy and it will be to your interest to get our prices on groceries be fore you buy. We are unloading another car of Flour, which shows that we will still have the lowest price for some time to come. Men's Underwear You w...

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. — 13 November 1914

Coates Bass (lev. I, S. Knif-'lit retiirtieu nauir- d.'.V frnni nn eilrndid tour of Kast T-af. He alt-twin) ildimry Ak' latum ' Hapiiat Mls Hullas mid ,,1'iT of the win re-elected as tj 'h hoard t'f Mi'- i on,l In I! I' i)f Nit It H. WH htwlutmrir.-. al Abilene, went to l'Wm! m...i.u t" villi -ir ihn home fiiki in .sutler. This is the Season . it of the Year a. t " U'lien a ni'wr Iji.iiu'.V, ni'iv harnt-M ami """ ihU,i )r '.-will in d.-nuiHi. iayii YJ t hp((v.rliiioli'!l. Wfcan .1.. : D. P. STRAYHORN ' t Everythintr i KirstCIa lyiUli. r KliinlishiiH'nt SOUTH SI UK Store Music l iMUhf"! rant rMM. $ ylrt' find Sheet H isle, inntrr "' P1rlisad .p,-ll or .11 kind. fluc-TuslsoM' Or,.n Hepalrloi s BOYD J. D. 8ELLUI0 COLORADO COAL Is the way we n'S'l our pulslion of "the best for the lea-l ra.on.-y" 1'- I'onaideml. Blacksmith Shop In Conner.tion. 9 T. Daze & Son Tolephooe M2 for Prompt Service WINTER Wearables It is the time of the year to arrange for winter wearables for the cool weat...

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. — 13 November 1914

it HALF PRICE! Our stock of Millinery Goods goes from Saturday, Novem ber 14 to Saturday, November 21, at . HALF PRICE f ATON-nnnSflN Ilrv finnik CnmnanvK 2Ilj? Sitirtrr Signal . HAHDY, I'll KLE HARDY. Nnyder, Tea, Novemlwr lit, ItMI. Any arroneoui reflection upon tbe character, at an ding, or repuutioo of any person, firm or corporation, which mar appear in tbe columoa of The B I una I will be gladly corrected If called to tbe attention of the editor. Entered In tbe poetofflce at Sny der, Texas, at eecond clasi mall mat ter. noth b to rvnua Obltuarlei and not low of chari table or church entertain 01 en La, where a d minion ti charged, will be charged for at the rate of I He per line. omiKltl.V FOLLY IS NOri.il, HKAI.MH No matter If KIiikh did start the war, no matter what It ts all about, the people the common people the people of peaceful America wltth It could be stopped. No Scurry county farmer la ever beard to complain (hat hid feed crop has font him mure than It Is worth to h...

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