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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 2 April 1915

T w w 11 Tollal ArtlcJae 'itm Brotbaa. ToUet Warraa Brother. OWL DRUG STORE - : We Solicit Your Prescription Business Preacriptionareceiteoor careful attention and trr filled promptly with drnica of approied quality by one eiperienced in Uit ork. Wo uk that yon telephone na your dm ordera when 70a are In seed of anything in the drug line. Phone S21. We deliver iiooda in town free and on the rostes by aoail poat paid. Our drug atock la unuaoaJly complete and ve will appreciate your requirement in onr line. Yours for Good Service OWL DRUG STORE I have plenty of baled oats and oat atnw for aale Bee me at lione c. HrELLur The Model Tailor. Nortb Side Square Border Teams. K E Carlisle of Koute 1. L 1 Mat- thews of Koule 1 and E Gardner ol Snyder were all Individual raller at ih Ririial oil ire Tuesday a nee and I appreciated member ol the I Border slsuJ l.all. . : Wall Paper at Warnm Brothert Eugene Scales the man wbe oaed to bclp bull the cotton market aod went broke got bark In tb paat...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

'; . MAGAZINE TVVKXTY-KKiHTH YEAR. SNYDKH SCURRY COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 9 1915. ''VoVtStt 7.?.' MMBKR43 yriClE JIM THEIR AuTb is on Tft Pia. J- f" Nell of au-j r-rrr-ri . r . Honk ! 1 1 ' GiT ap.) I v-WIWIl ' " " . r:gm-; ' Ski 1Iimo I . . I ttelio uko Jin: I 1 you FORSoT TO I f ! 7" ' ( Tu TROUBLE MTH PI60M0BILE5 . Oy. 0 H r-kfiT) tOU-Vt CHIEF1) . I "jfe&SVJ 1 1 LI!l ' now S ifoven 1 j n w nV. n fr i k )i ''"tv r?7 few .---"ZiJ : ' 43 j 1?. v 3fa L I " : ; r " " f ; ' i !

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

ROUND TABLE DETECTIVE TALES 1 TTTtl ! J I . 1-1 . )um tjt m nm. inal is ail wron. Tn effec opon ID TOTHU fH ia wumi -- those of th big cities i pouonoo anddeadlv. ThatoM adage "Hob- estr It the beet policy"' it the truest ever written as this story true ia every detail. Till illustrate. Thit it tb ttorw of th life of a boy. born and bred aa AiMraa with tb biuest blood flowing through bit vein that ran be found in the United States. tne of hit ancestor fought vaiiantiy in the Revolutionary war to bravely in fart that a monument in hit memory stands in the New England town where Vat spent the boyhood of the subject of this taie-J. A. Stewart alias Thomas J. Wainwr.ght. aliat Edward Bartolett aliaa George W. Wallace aliat Clinton D. Hadley. to niv mind the cleverest and most resonree- ful criminal it ever fell to my lot in twenty- fix yeart of active detective service to ap- prehend and tend away for a Ion "stretch." In the autumn of 19""o there resided in Min- nea;xiit Minn.. Ir. Nich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

TERRORS OF THE SEAS Uncle Sam's New J 000-Ton Sea-Going Submarine The Kuropean conflict 1ms brought forth a new epoch in modioli naval warfare for the monster dreadnought unco considered the kin of the bob has found his deadliest enemy In tho little submarine. This wonderful construction 01 -kiiik like a gpeek from the water mid wreaking terri- Me destruction has become the most feared of eeagoing; craft. Tim' the (ist poWerful navy must dread the ironclad devilfish is shown by the fact thai during the presold war one submarine rank three armored cruis- ers at one time. The suhmarine. moreover reiuains mis- tress of the deep sen for modern science has not ynt found a way for one of these craft to destroy another. When that day comes wars will prolmhly he fought under water. til') United Sinle-t inivy has ordered the building of 11 submarine of I.OIK) tons displacement. Heretofore the biggest of our under water boats have not exceeded .VHI tons disnlnce. ment when submerged. . oM. ul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

INDIAN RAIDS IN TEXAS .N 1828 there arrived on tlie Gunda- Iupo river a young married couple from the vicinity of Brownsville 'aoKson county Jinnois John juo- '' Sherry and his wifo. Sarah whose maiden inline was Dreath. They settled on the wet Hide of the Guadalupe near a little creek with a Bpring some U0 yards in front of the cabin they erected. This was in the lower edge of IVWitt's colony an it is now in the lower edgo of DeWitt county. Thoir nearest neighbor was Andrew Loek'hart ten miles up the river and one of a largo fam- ily of sterling pioneers on the Guadalupe bearing that name. Mrs. McSherry was a beautiful blonde an excellent type of the country girls of the West in that day very handsome in person graceful in manlier and pure of heart Mr. McSherry was an honest industrious man of uerve and will. They were happily devoted to each other. Early in 1829 their first child John was born in tliat isolated cnbin in one of the most lovely spots of the Southwest. Later in tho s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

(L Mi M Piston headpacking Rings (afoQuar-Ttorrti lffg Co. . Lou la) AUTOMflllll.an nuvDi Tliy o ba ohlilBMl fra lonT Ii II turning up f uus-rwinr pistan rinoi wtn arvmt tt. Ptsk l Tuu UalUa rrri.nalat At Cm. Dellu. FIH Appllaata Co. DbIIm Tow Awta -lr (W r.rt Wartt. Chaa. If! Ualvta Uriatgr Tlr A Hnbbr IIjatj H. A. Ara Uletrl Wra. riafc C. f 1aa anB Antfialn For Informatlnn and fra bo'iklat writ M. R WKBTMORKLAND Mar. Rnu. "at 0I Com m area HL UalUa. Taxaa. fbl IMii)h adTTHaw ttn Itli paar) DALLAS WELDINQ COMPANY JMit Fain A. Iu Dial phM Main 14U. W wald anrlhlBf not tha hmk of d awl brafcaa fcaart Ihm't bur Bw cattltna. tlia 14 ra b mada baiur than nw at in if tha ark. Wa wald mna oaaaa trananlaalnna Mia pu-iBa lurnipom iimi rial I fro broot tTiu la anr ahau. tain rtWuA.i M. art all fclrnh of praaa amlll farm Mc binary n4 autnrnnMla raattiitt Wa ritannl'a ot wari t fit uUtfietloa a 111 aawrtt adfrtlaw nwatln file papf Kara flattery ffUaalrtaa Electric Service Co (BTWTtklfis Hlrttr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

Farms and Ranches For Sale or Trade SUDAN GtfASS Sit'-tiD Texas Farm News t.( few nf Jr-wit a i - -el T'4v r n .ta pawn r .- hj I I - - Wasted A RANCH .at once a hi-fi. y liaprarea . watpp-.. nnrh Talvd at trty r- to prvfuiet la aipriivd ranctmaR ana will c-a-.dr rothir... bit ft barfAJft. tf ?a - t aut-n.il dKHM it t.ir. mm.g arte aaa all aWtraaaary information that aa ai .-arleas-w-d rantaman .ill 'tair Pmrir BDtl ba lovated in r ctar fMttra a idrtm 8. Jt. k'l U- See Francis Land Co. Far Fan. FU n tie r4 Ret-den-: Iaaart) la th M ' J i d (.). L'at- 1U. Haraae u4 Mnu nu u for riMm I.iD m WMtaaa. Ttaa. of Knt kr-- if ali a- rill a-ree t.l.aM rBttiK4f grl fi 1 Pr ara !t acta : mil oatht oT aa ' Ac e.a. Stoea .. m-. aneep rf R -inn lac wt rw weile aM ir.4r:lH T. haft ratio 1 t-.t v. eat J" if IT I pr if : i.4 a-rea II r. fr San An- KiBR.r.f wtf ato- jiMt f "P proof 1 -' a" ta c-.uUta.iaa. Prtre I: r r. wrrrmw re. a t.. At Polytechnic Heights tOT WORTH. TlUt. 'k ia! M-Harti -r-3. . t i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

I Write for Our New 1915 Catalog Tow for uatr Mrrte Ohanman Artificial Limp & Brace Company W10-1XH bnn Mraot UMMtAm mil D a mmoBcoaK 9m 01 aaaaartn. a.alala otoo tkli a. par) TUB CBT.InillATISD FORT WORTH WELL 1 DRILLING MACHINES "Itaadard far 1at twaa-tv-flva rants." lluufacturad In Fort Worth br tha ronT won tii wvll CO tl Jaaalara At. Faoao Laau tlM Writ for Cata- lonia and Frtoaa 1 Gil? (la MwmlM adtartltan anattaa Oil pataM Havs yotir FEEDS natyid aa baata nf par- onaaa and to datarmln on ft balnad rntlon. T1IH FORT WORTH t.AnOKATOHIKB r. n. rorter n. cb. f.. rrn. CotmultlnR Analytl- Knir.naara SWa Haaalaa 11b MmrinK adrtia ntB fait papart DRUG ADDICTIONS And Nervous Diseases no not no dacld. Whlaky. Mor- phi no. Opium. Oooalno. Heroin or othor ad dt at Ion a oannot bo tturad In throo dart but thejr con ho ourad nffactlvalr U from two to four waaka by Dr. Slade J. K. Taylor Waataaarclaad aaltarlaaa Dallaa. Writ toff aaablat Vi (Id atuwrattag rtwKUtfi itlno lbU papar.) Land...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 9 April 1915

r Maxwell House' Blend CoEIee Alway Pita Alwayi Pur rl? ni;Wei.Sl5f W- (I .Mwwln. adtartlwn .wallw thl. papM Straws Our tin of Straw this season la an andlawa vartaty at tha nwil ahapea and la by far the moil nt- Uactlva ah owing w have evr msule It will ha to ynur ajUantnKn to amlllnrlt ynuraelf with tt. and we rarommend roar early Inapecllnn of fatalng- "A" aa id excellent mwni of doing in. If y kiml Mr wrtta fw . The S. G. Davis Hat Co. fta iMwvrtng adrerttaeta watinwa rale papaf .) SI orSich TOMAOIS BLACK POWDERI I rvariintw Ike itlaeaaeB ef etnaiB' mid nffpfltix. It ai-te dlm-ilf i I tlx arrma of dlaraea and Iti effect I I ira prompt and irrtaln. War' Rlirk Powitor effwtuBllr rvmtrola 1HI-II. 1 ml Iff nun. larra of I In Vtotni'h and H"wi !itrrVre frota ladlf ratlua 'tvl Mnrtma. I'olk. ate. It It tailrli Iharwlrae arvl ahenlntrly ralltUe la 1 ihe anal etnafe raaee. Ok aitwariiii admtiirre maatlne lata paprr 1 ANY MACHINE hKATWIUDOWHAT I V1 WASHCRWIUDO. I VVA( V-BOHSBWASHES J CwW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

TWENTY -EIGHTH TEAR INVUHH KCl'llHY fJOl'XTV TMcSM MINXY Al'llll la lulft. M'Mllrltl rilllTV.nMHI TREAT FOR BRITISH TROOPS ON THE MARCH STATE UNIVERSITY PMIKVIKW IUHAI.I.Y KNTKR- TAINKT) WKKTKItN TKXAH NKWHI'AI'KH MKN II SNYDER Mil" THE SLOGAN AmaHllo Hm-urna M filing In IOIO J mm Atlanta of the I'lalnvlrw New KlfN-lMl I'wPWit lit J. I. riiamlilesa Four months agu 1 landed In tli golden west and at on' e bi -inn' lilen- ttfled with the Hnyder fllmial at tine of Ita publlshera. This anion on ' my part was the otilcomo of si-rlutts consideration and thorough study of western sections of our ureal and glorious Hlals of Texas which result- ed In this eoneluelon: Thnt the pro- ductive power of western Teiaa land wltk reaeonenly fair r.rop eea- eona ara the strongest In the world and the only thine; that could over- take the possibilities of prosperity and contra erne the resells of proper effort would be a catastro- phe befoad human control. AbldVal with this Impression I waa keen to InT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

ASSOCIATION IT (CONTINUKD FIIOM HAC1B ONBl below the first two strata ttiat have tTu far Wen penetrated In uot kncwji at thin time. That this big sea f un- derground wuter hus a constant move incut toward thn smith I elshm'd by men of if if nee who have Invert! Kit tcl tho matter. No one known for n cer- tainty where the supply has hnd lib source except thai It muni wrnte from rainfall or the Known. It In estimated that more than l.(ioobi0 acre have been reclaimed from tho ram-tics of. th Plains melon an a result of the discovery of the underground w titer supply. Operating pumpH on larger wells bring forth flown of 3 con gal- lon! per minute which Is at the rate of 4320000 gallons for every twenty- four bourn. It ts slated that If all the pumps In this wonderful shallow wa- ter belt of Western Texan were kept In operation at the aame time for twenty-four hours the total amount of water that would be brought to! the surface during this period would be not leas than 1001100000 gal- l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

READ THIS TOMORROW! Of course we intended you to read it today right now and that is Don't Neglect Your Eyes the reason we said to read it "tomorrow.' Now just keep right on reading. We give special attention to the optical business and are equipped to test your eyes thoroughly before selejting the glasses. Satisfaction Guaranteed and we save you money get our prices we handle the best 1" Classified Advertisements 'PHONE 88 TAKE1 F07t LESS THA4 FOIl HAI.K OKTKAIIK FOR 8AIKBgga frodl Barred Ply- moath Hock. UolWi Wyandntlea Pit Game Pekln and H miner Ducks f :.B0 for IS Eggs p. R Manks Sny- der Teg?. S7tf I HAVE THK IMI'ltOVKD .Mebune Cotton Seed for aale. Thla aced has turned out from 38 1 to 41 per cent lint. 75 centa bushel it seed house. T. V. Cuinble Polar Texaa. 87-71 Von BALK 1 (lout)) dlir plow 1 Bulky plow 1 section harrow 1 stalk cutter. B. J. Andeison. 3Htf KOH 8AI.B A ten foot wood wheel windmill to (tether with tower and 140 feet t Inch pipe at a bargain for cash. Be Fre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

y (6 a I Kitchen Cabinet A Household Necessity One Dollar Down and One Dollar a Week Gets One You'll Never Miss Ihe Money and You get Something You'l Never do without Again. See us for Further Explanation. r 1 f ! Blackard Snyder M Veils Ilea lira. W. W Nelson Jr. in hostess for till El Pells Club Pridsr after- boob. lighten members answered roll nil. After the usual business mmIob severel gstnee of "41" were enjoyed. Mlu Catoa of Stamford and Mr. Roland Irving of Abilene wore the oat of towo guests. Mrs. W. P. Ralston u received Into the club. After delicious refreshment the Club sdjouroed to meet with Mrs. Guy Puton April Ilrd. "EASY MONEY" Yo that'n what all of our rut. turners nay mid you will voic-p the above H'-ntitiii-nt "KASY MONEY" when you find tliat NINKTY CKNrsliTtle pur cliaiiii( jowt ( a DoMAK at Caton - Dodson Dry Goods Company 8njrder Texan tr "Th Telephone!! S-S. O.S." II Saved the farm n"One dav last (all my wife and I started lor a drive leavinf the houae deserted...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

m e 9 a o ft 4 New Mattresses Made to Order Old Mattresses Renovated. Phone Us. Vivian's Mattress factory . OLD lOTTLma IUJLDIHO TBI THAI AIKUT THK WAIIKIIOVKE LAW. For 1915 we promise to give you the sumo good service that hit characterized our house in the pant. We extend our best wishes and hop you abundant success In 11115. W. T. Baze & -Son Phone 202 (or atrial ordor "mmsmmcm be? Syr mm mm 7T Put Vnuv MnnV In V THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SNYDER TEXAS J Mr. Editor: My dear iir: Should Home theorist succeed Id letting pained a law re- quiring you to print your paper onlr In red In earning heavy eitra ei- pcniie to you and being of no benefit to your readers I doubt not you would today be asking the reading public to assist you In getting re- lief from turn an abiurd require- ment. ljttt year at the "Special Ware- house" tension the Permanent Ware- house law was panned. This law af- fects seriously tlie entire coil on crop of Texas and especially the ginning Induitry. The glnn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

Sty &n$tr 0tgttal Publiibed Ervrr FritUr at Th 8iml Building South Bid of Public Square HARDY A CHAMHL&ifl PoMWeri I.ITTI.K HK.Y.!.fl The bin fleet ric "white war" Urn Is ntlng. Entered Id the poet office at 8ny der Teiaa ai aerond claaa mall mat- to ftardtr. tr The colder west la HtterlOK In (he llme-Mght. Com to Texas and otf j I economy and diversification. The ap- plication of thM remedies will do him more food than the political j kind. Dallaa County Record The above profed fact has been J. 6. HARDY -J. P. CHAMDLEAS OUN P. HARDY Editor Dus. Mfr Associate TELBPHONE8 Dar 'Phone M Nltctat 'Phon J 00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of anjr person arm or corporation which mar appear In the columns of The Snrdfr Signs) will be gladly corrected If called to the attention of the editor. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Obituaries and notices of chari- table or churrn entertainments where admission is charged will be charged for at the rate of I H cents p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

Comfortable Stylish Shoes The beauty and grace of a dainty shod foot is one of the charms of the woman who buys her shoes from us. Attractive Foot Wear For Misses and Children Slippers Women Designed to fit every foot priced within the reach oi every purse. Patent Vamp Colonial pump Patent Leather Colonial pump Bronze Vamp Colonial pump Patent Vamp 6 strap pump Button Kid nigh heel Button Kid low heel Patent leather Mary Jane Gun Metal Mary Jane Dull Kid Mary Jane $3.50 $3.50 $3.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 $2.50 A shipment received this week that makes our line complete. ' Kid anklet strap size 2 1-2 to 8 1-2 75c - $1.00 Red anklet straps size 2 1-2 to 8 1-2 $1.00 Patent anklet strap size 2 1-2 to 8 1-2 $1.00 Patent anklet strap size 8 1-2 to 11 1-2 $1.50 Patent anklet strap size 8 1-2 to 2 $1.75 $2.00 Gun Metal Mary Jane size 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 $2.00 Patent Leather Mary Jane size 1 to 2 $2.25 Tennis shoes and Oxfords black and white "Hikers" White canvas Cinderilla pumps any size ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

(MjTew'.SiiE.M;i;.(.t!ji - it t I) ) O o o o o o o o 0 o t o a o o a SPRING'S CHOICEST OFFERINGS Our large and diversified assortment of Spring fab- rics is representative of the best that the Spring season offers in every- thing a woman wears A New. Shipment of lace flouncings allover laces everything in laces more beautiful than any we have shown in past seasons. ' Special for Saturday and Monday Only '19 1 9 FANCY MATTKKS9 TICK KOU 17 J J. 4 LmiL (Only 1H yards to each customer) 1 L pCi Jilt IT WILL BE TO YOUK ADVANTACE TO INVESTIGATE THIS THE STORE OF QUALITY." Coates Mercantile Company North-side Square Snyder Texas. Wo are making new mirrors cut or Henry Johnson of Jnhnion county old ones at 50c per square foot. Work here on a vlilt to relitives and guaranteed. A P. Morris j frlcndi. (let your Hears Roebuck prices then aee me for Wall Paper. A. P. Morrli. ft Coupon for FREE Music T .6 .j Cat of tiir out IhU coupon. W In your I ruirn and addiM.. alUch the cuupun to rout Itllvr ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

r 1 CAMP HPRIN08 Borne ire planting down thle way now. The small rains last week put them out Id th flHd. Mr.E. C. Ml hps (a real sick till week. 4 Several people here are having the H mumpM. Hev. Klllott Baptist piiHhir filial bta regular appointment here Kuii- day. Arrangements were made for him lo preach at the llulriit school house next second Huiiday afternoon. The Camp Hprf iikh Humlay School decided Sunday lo havo a children's day service and a committee was ap- pointed to arrange the program. The flfite has not been decided upon. Mrs. Ilavousotte mother ot M. W. and Walter Davoiiselt and her daugh ter Edith have been visiting here for aorae time. J. L. Dorse tt moved to ttnvrtnr flat- urday We are sorry to lose him from cur community. Ouinn singing class elected delo Kates to the County Sinking Con von tlon last Saturday. W. H. Flnrh attended the declam at to a try out at Snyder Friday night Mr. Trlre operated the gin here Saturday and Monday. Several bales of cotton were gi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

OUR Strauss Brothers Line of Men's Suits Is second to none on the market. You have an unlimited assort- ment to select from and we guar- antee a complete fit and full satisfaction. Ladies' Department Royal Society Package Outfit We now have in stock for the first time in Central West Texas the nicest embroidered goods on the market and the price is fascinating from the simple fact that the garments are compiled and ready for wear at the price of the raw material the packages run- ning from 25c to $1.00. An inspection of this line will convince you of the economy embodied in the purchases. Caton-Dodson Dry Goods Co. THE BIG STORE SNYDER - - TEXAS IIOY K. FOX NIIOWH ARK TO THK tJOOII Hoy B. Fox tit) of t ho iotn Star Minstrel tame la now out with rep- ertoire company known ai Fox's Popular Players have been In Mid- land all week giving cracker-Jack good show advertising the Kail In- dia Remedies with Dr. Jack l.lght- hall. Tlili la an excellent company and me or the het balanced It ha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 16 April 1915

STOMACH TROUBLE Penny Wise and Pound Foolish FOR FIVE YEARS I'llUUtAM OK Mil HllAV MKKTIVO TO UK HVA.U AT VIA' V ASH A TKXAH HKdJNNIMJ MAV U7TH AT H-.'Mi V. M. PROGRAM i r I Hard times maka every woman look to see whore she onn Bavo money whioh of courBO la son Bible and proper if not carried too far. In the oubo of food it would be foolish to nttompt to Bubatituta sawdust for n brenkfnDt food because it is cheaper. Evoryono knows sawdust has no food value and its use would be a positive detriment to tho health. Alum baking powders may oost a little less than oream of tnrtar powdera like Dr. Prioo'B but many of tho highest food authori- ties both in this country and abroad havo declared thorn to bo Injurious and not safe to use. lo attempt to out the cost of living by using low-grado Blum powders is unwise eoonomy. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Hade from Cream of Tartar Honiion TliunU:iy 8::i( p. in. Y. V. Walker. 1 KIllDAY f i D.'.H) a. in. Tht Need of a Itevlvnl In (In Cliunlies...

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