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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 May 1915

J. 0. Dodson is in St Louis this week at the million dollar sale picking up bargains for the people of Scarry County. Come to A. D. Dodson's and get the benefit of J. 0. Dodson purchase feoraui y Uni TV yvyn F.-4 tbMfcl-.M i t Mm f '" vrv v r m-vfl WMrt tw Excursion Rates Via trvptr-jm ur wj.t- a- frvn 7xj -vw :i- mn total irvB-l m iu a' n t f-vj-sr ? r.s'r-i Jit i Tt ?.. fi tiif ti T;n- ur m- 1'.-h fiy-i a wn & 'WT !. f c in k."J :r 11 Tt fl 'II 'A 1'V" t4'4 u t"? "1 il l- 'MtK tr ftt'i't.- JJl kt-.jVI it ivt-r ; 1 1 ' i t- I Ll ( T -'"- 1 1 i- t i: K . i 1-1 I 'M M ! ' - ' t if" r i-t ! 1 1 I t! l.l.'. :i I if!-'" I- Minute Scrutiny . E ! 1 7M ) it 4 ;k: 'x v:.' i. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE AJlw Fmt Tn W KjcotrpJ 1 rrrt v. .a I vmA vt Cfiijumt Mri. BiSd Cm " C to Kacat. a"J f " tai tv ji r n --v.- j 1r' y-t w rirff't r. - W'J " " . rs :-. "J t.rJ hr i-r -"'-'" t' a C-.-.-a . T7 j' t i':vAi:--j 'Jt C' '-A' i Vjl. '.'t:--: yti t - ! - I vj i w v; i-jr a " 'r.s 3 -j d t; h ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 May 1915

4 UA6RA IB HOOK WORMl PERMANENTLY CURED rht TMn Dr. W. J. McCrary a aruriuata pmrllrlng pliyilrlai ) the mwt remarkable rhitfm In curit.tt IrlUra ami Hook dlea In III" practicing territory In Northern Alabama and wonrtfrfnl .emMi ar buliir. nffrml lo iiffrrnt orr fir Motilli. 1'urra Itav lrn irrrtJ in the vorj worst of Pellagra and HikiK Worm b nr. MrCrary'ii Itcnirilim and li pennanrm nm a mriinprarj rciir-r. I'tunm ft4M.-r.ilii !P of mind trealn! tevrn and right yum auo for IVlUgra mred to a fw wwk. and art In fine hr-allh loJajr. Hundred lilmonlall ar gladlj girf.ii bj thrnr put lentil of Dr. MrCrarj. FAT.MKNT FRFR Or CHAIHiU II1' Wti IK) NOT (TIlK YOl' E AIMO D1AONOHK YOl 11 t'AHH AND AI.VISU VOt HiKK. WRITS FOK HOOK AND FULL PAKTIcn.AI.S TODAY . J. McOarjr Pellagra and flcMk Worm Hrmrdiei Incorporated. Box 108 Carbon Hill Alabama 4 Have Opened For Business In the Wentbrook building on ftririgo Street with a full line of Moline Implements William and Dutchess I'la-itcr and Taiik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 May 1915

Wanted More of your Grocery business. We sell quality goods at mail order prices. A trial Will con- vince you. Helitrope Flour Wins! Cash Grocery Co. HIIKRIKF'8 BALK THE STATS OK TEXAS County of Scurry Notice li hernhy given that by vir- tue of a certain order of lale Issued put of the honorahle District Court of Scurry ruunty the 4th day of May IS It by W. 8. Aiiamson clerk of aid District Court for the lum of Five thouiand eeven hundred forty- eight and 46-100 Dollari and costs of ault except those Incurred by It under a Judgment rendered March 18 1915 In favnr of the Amer- ican Well A Prospecting t'o In a cer- tain cause In aald Court No. 1766 and styled W. W. Smith vs. W. L. (Jroaa et al placed In my hnndi for service 1 W. A. Merrell aa sheriff of Scurry County Texas did on the Name of Maker Date of Note When Due J. P. Avery 1-1-14 10-1-14 J. P. Avery and P. B. Pool . M il 10-1-1 W. C. Arnold 1-14-11 1-24-13 J. C. Denton 8-4-11 10-1-14 T. J. tlenton 8-4-11 10-1-14 J. M. Flaker a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 May 1915

1 M"'?'-'irt4iiji 19 1 Real Worth w. Low Cost If you naltod your butchor for a porterhouse stenk and he hnnded you a out of the flnnlc and enid "This doesn't cost as much and is just as good" you wouldn't believe him would you? Yet the butcher 'b statomont is just as truthful as an asser- tion that inferior baking pow- ders made of alum or phosphate of lime are as good as Dr. Price's which is made from oream of tartar. Alum is a mineral acid snlt declared by many medical authori- ties unsafe to use in food. Dr. Price's Cronm Baking Pow- der i- ns pure and wholesome na the giflpes in the vineyard from which cream of tartar is derived. The only renson for using such substitutes as alum and lime phosphates is because their coBt is Iobb to the manufacturer. DR. PRICK'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Hade from Jrenra of Tartar F1IIAT CHHIHTMN ( HI H M NOTK8 The Sunday Bchnol ronKreKnllona were very good an waa also the at- tendance at the Kiimlajr school. The theme of 'lie inoriiinK wait "Sprtnn Cl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 May 1915

l!L?s-t.iUiuUdi OWL D RUG STORE SMALL VERMIN Will annoy jour l'nultry now nil your HIiH-k will awffer from Mm anil oilier peata. We an umiarrcl til supply your demand. It li Iho lieat moat rallalile and moat economical Una of lllalnfrrtanta and Stork ftoinwllea to Iw found anywhere. Among otherr. wr rairjr the ful- lutting In law ejuanlltleat Chloroform CrmiUc Krewo Crmlln Carlmllr Arid Aatlaeptlr Hrallnii Powder Nllyrr I'lnr Healing. CHI Hall llenl. Worm IIciiiimI) Alworbll 1-1) Way International Work KimmI Tnnlr ail Poultry KihhI Tnnlr Mont of Iheae ItrnHNllaa are Milil unilrr a Caall (Juarante.. fall to Krf un. Phone your Orders. WE DELIVER OWL DRUG STORE j ' 4 Mr. and Mn. I. A. Join were lioro Wednesday from Fluvanna. Full Hue of canned Rood at (' Pork I fin i Co. J. 1. Moron nh said here Yesterday Mint ft hi' n nl hln place has taken charm' of a lied of youns; kittens him whlpix'tl the mother rat away and hnlilfl i-iiiiiriil of t lie kitten ranch. A marrluRf Hcmae was lamiud he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

digital TWEMTY-EHiHTH TEAR 8NYDKR BCVRRY COUNTY TEAH FRIDAY MAY !W IMS. NI'MIIRR FIFTY JGINS MY AIJ ROADS I.KAII TO TIIK Mil CITY PARK AI DITORH M IN HNYDKH ' ' v ' ' ! V llrT. O. K. Ilaiiillton The working force for the great union meeting are nrrtving. Mr. and Mrn. O. l Walker of Mtinele; Indiana came In on Wed- nesday and at night met the choir of the town for the Ural rehearsal Mr. Walker and hla wife are ei- perla and Irnprei sedilie:eselvH on all present s bcinK f'liloently fltleil to leat the great-st chclr Snvder has ever had. Mrs Walker will be the pianist and msether wiih Mr. Walker will draw out ail ib- m itt;tl tab-ni vocal and tiif-tnniM" nil Hutl Snvder enn produce Perseiuil linitn'ii.Ti- hi''1 b'i"i sent out lo ov. r two bin 'r. t wmi! If and fiitrutin ira)U'' ri I (lv and it is hcll.-vi it :' ' 'lri' will readily rep unl Ml-r. lMtrf.-.v. rn-- li. f'T the young people i.i'l - rle on I'rldav nml Mr (I reach Snyder on Sntitrd ll .ir lull Will Prof. O. M. Walker Choir l-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

in lii in n . W. T. Thompson it. W. H. Johnson N. K Clement. II. I. Smith 8.00 I 5.00 ! S.00 : J 00 C. 8. Perklni 8r 8 0 K. Gable 5C" I'.oaera t Norwood 5 00 J. C. i.aaon SO" 11. I. Ilunlltt 6" :m.zrizs Ail n 1 VjI i - r ' Ait M34 ' . - .v.. - ' AL JBNHING5 - IN THE tllDST OF HIS BANDITS) Al Jennings "Beating Back" Tlsinu the true story o A! .lenniiiifn tl.e Jean Vft.lj-nn of America In (1 Uccl t the Opera House Tonight. May 28th 10 anil -0 Cents I1KI1II1T OF TIIK AlW- TOHIIM ItWMITTFK W the eommltt b'H In 10 make th followlnd repoort. W hr rollBCted 11308 20 Have paid out 1"' 10 I'opald auliarrlpilona 1 00 Now du ' M The urealer part o( th unpaid ubicrlptlon la not due till June 1 and Ibere la aomothlnii like 1 150 more needed er all aoliarrlpllom are paid to rninplete the Job. Joe Btrayhorn. Cholrnian. J. E. Slepbena. Herniary. Atleal: H. C. Orantham. Wm. Pearn J. P. rhimhlHaa. Krlli n Bnillh 'c.nlriliHll"n lllRRlnbolham. Hnrrl l.ltr ll"ooo Wllklmon l.lir. r I'"' 1111 Wooillni-n o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

Do You Want Bargains COME NOW CAT0ND0DS0N Dry Goods Company "The Big Store" Ji sunn'! iiitic Mm 'Hi.. h ol ill ; i fry sn h nnlrc. iwi'I si n (ir.ili nt. I v.. four rvici';: u ;n - . ill! til II r-u. ln-.l ni --;! In Hi. Li' Tin- tci !i.t it. 1 ' ' '- ' llopiTl MolM W fi M : I 1 it to ' ti-. C-iirl " :'i. "" Prof. K A. Kiil- I':1 ' . i.il In iiiHlt..T to t'li' .". . l . fow pupil Ij.'trm !'! .ili'i.. tmnlr.i'KH prin.ipl" nml in jn-f iif-i Mori for l'H. Iiliii-; w htlo tlu"f f;ikni. iminff hiiiI tiP'o-Mi v'i it' . I.i is-i-h-l I. tlio lionl TlD it i'ijIIv il.-'iuiti-ir.i i 1 i ixm In li Hi' oil I !.! C lww .ll':-ftl11v. !. lu- Iih'I) . i r . r- it. . rU iriulil tioI Inui' li.-.-ll r.';n li.'il M ii' li i-ri'.hl ami Ih.ii- r In-' Hi-' I'"; r. I if ' nut. w ';o ..In i ji: II i' law:; in lh" Flu illi i hi We HelpThnse Who Try to Mcly Themselves ' C. W. Post Home Farms Wr-nn- l.nil.lmtf r:.a .'-.inin'in.'v nf .n-tnal Ihimh' own.-r nnil ni" aiixi..iH ic ini-.-.- (f.nxl. .l.-i .-n.l.i ni.-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

:J.Trn"!!".'' lJturrr f...l . Classified Advertisemeits Our riorshiem Shoes Beat at $5&$6 Scrivcns Elastic Seam Drawers 75 cents l il So Ridiculously Simple Its' a wonder it wasn't thought of long ago. The only objection to the cool comfortable Athletic Union Suit has been entirely eliminated in the ! ! GOODKNIT ! ! the Athletic Union Suit with the knitted leg exten- sion and the ventilated crotch! Here are the wond er working features which are exclusive with "GOODKNIT" 1st 2nd 3rd Knitted Knee Extension-a patented improvement which does away with the discomforts of bare knee against rough trousers. A soft elastic webbing yeilding and comfort- able at all times. Closed Crotch no double thickness opening down one leg only. Patent ventilation at Crotch a very sensible feature made of special poms fabric which permits free ventilation. Every suit guaranteed if not satisfactory a new one free. In Aero Weave " Kool Krepe " CIVked Nainsook the suit $2.00 1.50 l.OO A. D. Dodson East s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

PELLAGRA fi II8GIC WORM PERMANENTLY CLftED FW...l tm l. W. J. . . . iMi.a i. 1!. p. ml Iimlt Worn. HI..p l . curing irrllr ! v1P rn Allm. .ml now ll. lrful Hl . M ullrr . or Mi mllr. N..HII.. Curr I. . rfNi l loCM of lr.Kr. .nil Ho..k Worn b !. SlrOnr' llilr. .ul III ram I. rnnit i t;rP rnf. .. w.l.ri! nd out of mind Imtnl .rvi-ii ml Hlt yPrH . pr. were rurl lo fen . r ; rtmH of tnllmonlili mr 1.(11 Rt. b lmi f Ilp Mrl'nrr. TRKATW:T VHKK UK ( IIAIHiK IHVH III) NOT I I UK YOf. ttk AIM) DMIiStiNK VIII II I ASK AMI AM ISi: vol: KIIKK. WHITE FOR BOOK AND Kl:LI I'AIITICfl.A 113 TOOA Y Dr. W. . lr(r Pi..Kr. utl llk Worm Knnrdin Inrorporaltd. "ot 10R Curbon Hill. AUIuma 4! SD. rTntcil April 17. 191)1 rnnulnlng KAHTKKN IIANKKIIH Wll.li IIKI.P FINAM'K TK..XAN CHOP Hall.. Tnxnn Mny 14 1916. If prupnr waretiou.lnK fadlltlei are provided for tho tiounlnK of Toxbh cotton HI. Louis liankorit will fur- ni.li HiifTUIfnt money lo finance n Iiik tlio I'ri'Rlili'nl It. fl. Il.wofl of who linn licr-n I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

r-3 2Ill? fctinter Signal South Slae of Public 8qiiara HARDY PHAMIILKSS PnbllahaM Entered la the poatofflce at Sny- der Teiaa aa eecond elaea mill mat- ter 1 8. HARDY J. P. CHAMW.ES8 OMN f. HA11DY Editor Bui. Mir Aaaoctate TELEPHONES Day 'Phone Night 'Phone J00 Any erroneoue reflection upon the character Handing or reputation ot any pereon firm or corporation uhlcb mar aepcar In the columne of The Snyder Signal will he ldlr correct!"! If called to the attention of the editor . NOTICETOTIIKPrni.lt' ; ' Obltuarlea and notlce of chari- table or churrh entertalnmenta. where admhwlon H charged will be charged for at the rate ot IK centa per line. AdrertlRlng ratea on application Four weekR eonntltute an ndtertlRtng month. Hnyilrr Teiaa May 1W. lull The Pan American Commercial Financial Congreea aaya the main thing wanted la better trnnaporta- tlon tarllltlca. That l ut what Sny- der la contending for. oOo The Emperor of AUKtrla rhargei that Italy In going to war egalnut hit country la gu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

Senior Class 1914-15 Snyder High School

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

4 Wanted. More of your Grocery business. We sell quality goods at mail order prices. A trial Will con- vince you. . a m a Ue trnnfe F w a w a w - Cash Grocery Co. e HIICIlll K'H RAIiR TUB BTATE Or" TKXA8 County of Hctirry Notl.o la Imrdiy Klvon Hint by vlr- tun of a certain onlir of sale- lBsiir.il i rut of the honorable lilalrlrt Court I of Rnirry romily tlm 4th day of May 7 1915 by W. H Ailan-win rlerk of nld Matrli't Court for the uni of Five thousand anven liutidrpil forty- l.kl .! 4R.II11I llnllnrs ami l-OSl of .ult except thoae lnrurre.1 by It '"" '"h h"" "" 200 uniler JudKin.nt rendered block 97. II. A T. (!. fly. Co. aurvey March U 1915 In favor of the Amer 1 Also lotn 6 and 6 In block 7 Wesl lean Well Prpaperlln Co. In a rr-r- j Hide IIcIeIiU add. lo Bnyder; nlso I tain came In aald Court No. 1705 Iota 4 5 and 6 In block 10 Wllmeth i''1 and atyled W. W Rrnltli va. W. I. j odd to Snyder Scurry ceunly Tcsaa (Irona et al plnceil In my lunula fori Alno the following; pnrannal p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

I Abilene Summer Normal June 7th to July 29th Strong Faculty of College and Public School men Ideal location and climate. Commodious and comfortable buildings. Best equipment in west Texas. For further information see or write J. D. SANDEFER Abilene or E. A. WATSON Snyder. Irftrnted In HnjLer Oi our price on llmlT twine be Dr. R. O. Davenport nnil family fori- lmiim have recently located In Snyder. HIh TnwiiHeiul-iHdhatu Co. practice la limited (o the ironinnnt t -- of the Bye. Ear. Noae and Throat all-1 To " "u''n Mlk menu flee hla card In tho Signal 'tinrolnir at Warren Hnw. 50 JUST RECEIVED acarof Denring MoCnrmik IliirvwttKi-H Mowers and Twine anil they all cl the work. I . arry in sloek iihoul $2500.00 worth r.f ri'imirs for t'n''' iimi'lilm-x. lust rwi'lvnd a nnw lot of WiggliMnil Oultiviiinvs. Planters and (in Din-iln Eclipse Windmills and Silmitlei- U.u. J. MONROE SIIKKII T K Hl.K THK S'i'ATK OK TEXAS County of Scurry Notice Ih imri'liy Ktvi'ii Him liy vir- tue Of II CeTtlll...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

Current Events at Blffnal Office Prof. B. I). Black recelred the ship meat of Current Erenta of May II 1 LOOK! THINK! last Wednesday and haa left them at the Signal office. All Interested parties or students who desire a copy may get once by calling at this office. Music Store Roothweat Coraar rViaar. Too will find Sheet Mule loitrw tloo Boota HoilMi lntrnmtnu rin striata nd supplls of all kinds Piano Toolnt and Oriaa Rapalrlnt Bpodaltr. J- d. Boyd Try Mr. Dale's Famous Milk Chocolate at Warren llros. 60 Where should vou ita to make vour next ourchase of dry goods. Editor Redman of the Hermlelgh Read our prices on merchandise and let us save you money on what you are buying. We always have just what you want at the lowest possible price. Enterprise and W. H. Wemken real estate magnate were here Thusrday from Hermlelgh. For faney grocerlee see Townsend Oldham k Co. Ulu Ruth Winio of Orwntilla 8. C. and Hn. J. W. Hunt of Abilene re iueiu of Hn. E. J. Foster. ' 4) rROPRHfllOKAL Arthar ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

hai!M:h mmkn M ir Afi.UXST ItOONKVKl.T Fay Ideal Stockings The best stockings made for children and theonly stockings that do not require sup- porters guaranteed to give satisfaction. Try them and you will have no other. Don't Forget We Handle the "Selby Shoes" Style Character fine workmanship and that indescribable tomething in shoes of the highest type that characterize them a distinctive and differ- ent from ordinary Shoes- To women who know superior hoei when they ee them- we extend a most cordial welcome to call and see our "Selhy Slippers" for Summer. Another big shipment of Beautiful Laces just in. All Overs- 18 to M Inch white crtam and black. I.ace edges in a great variety of patterns and widths ranging from 3 to 27 inches Come and see them. Oi Wlllliinm HariH'K wiih u polltlnil Iiosh In NVw Vnrk. Thooiloro Koohu- volt watt iinlilhlior of a pollllnil tituKiif lr. lljirni'H Ik iiii oid lino lti- ' iillilli :ni Iti'ow'vell Iiiih Hi-rodt'il I from hi olil imrly am luiil iurly ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 May 1915

OWL DRUG STORE "First get your prlnrlpUs right: the halsnce Ir. s mere mat- ter of detail." Napoleon. t We sot our flint principle right by serving an apprenthe- blp In the retail drug business. Here you will get the benefit of t reining and experlncce Ian Important thine; In handling drugs. We study the needs or our ruitnmers nnd try always to aupply their demands In a manner beat suited to their Individual requirement. Our prlrea and our Service pleaie many nnd we believe will please you. We are at your command early and late. We del Iter goods promptly. Mall order delivered per-lpald. N. B Telephone ordera receive attention at onre. .SVlY Vol' B IH'HlNKHH. J OWL DRUG STORE Try Mr. Dale'a Famous rborolate at Warren lire. SO Abilene capitalists are j..annlns to build an electric line Irnro tliut town to Merkcl. Try Mr. Dale's Famous Chocolate at Warren Itrm. Milk 60 Dave baolela aald Tuesday that cotton vis not coming up to a stand and tliat nooeof blr Teed stuff bad come up yet. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 June 1915

JtiijtistL Nl'MnKR FUTY.ONB TWKNTT.EHJHTH TSAR INYDER gCURRV OOUNTT TEXAB FRIDAY JI NK 4. WIS. THE LEGISLATURE THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM REVIVAL MEETING ALUMNI ASSDCIA- ' I! UNDER WAY HON ORGANIZED I ( (K)IKDIKKITl.TIKHTOPASKOV-.(iRAIMATS OK HNYDKK H1IJH KB PKOPI.K Kl'l.l. OK FAITH NIIIIKH PKHKKIT R- ANO DKTKIIMI NATION The Union revival maetlna- la now In full iwlnit at the City Park Audl- i lorlum W (iAMZATIO For the pant few wecka aom o( 'the. old iwnlora of the Snyder 1 1 1 c li .School havr- hern talking thr- orttan j i.Htion of an Alumni Am unci a Hon mill on IhhI WVilnt'Hday afternoon n few of tin-in nit'! llll Prof. K. A Watson iiinl after illHiiiKHiun ( 111 T BS vex 1 inillph'IC OTK II - Mr. Omn M. Watkrr IMnnM itnd Huperlnlrnilciit Chil dren' Wnrkk Mr. and Mr. Walker rami at Hi middle of laat wark and hy Snndny ' (.r (lll nictil. May tin' in. Hi ' Hon. j Ahnul foriy of llw graduate of t In' Siiv.I.t limit School were iir.-f.-iil tin thiri wCH-iim Seine of I hem c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 June 1915

kmmmmms? fife mm I nop Eth Qnil 1th (KM nJlliulL iliU IIs HgJug!) It is the culmination of one of the most remarkable scoopi In modem merchandising in which $2500000 worth of chotr.e.t. seasouable warei were Involved. Ely & Walker Dry Goods Co. of St. Louis purchased for cash at u discount vastly below It s ap- praised value the entire itock of the Hargadine:McKitrick Dry Goods Company of St. Louis amountlin to $1500000 to which they added $1000000 worth of merchandise of their own embracing full pssortmenU of all claiset of-- Silks Dress Goods Cotton Goods Hosiery Underwear Muslin Wear Ribbons Laces Embroideries Waists Skirts etc. etc. etc. These were placed on sale in St. Louis on flay 17. Ever on the alert to give our patrons the benefit of every profitable trade opportunity we purchased many of the choicest lots. Km Ami fflffiS $m fm! Ms -- v BH3fe3 w i JEMi i t-rr rnr rrr rrr rr In- .-i-h''''h-" ii-ii! mi ni' ?r iriFr ii riT-i iit-r nr. vx-itO'?Trv.T-'TT fp - 2f. B. f A apr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 June 1915

Try one of Mr. Dale's famous Milk Chocolates AT WARREN DROTHERG NEW SANITARY FOUNTAIN I Have Opened For Business In tlife Westbrook building on Bridge 8treet witli full line of Moline Implements Sweet William and Dutc-liesg Plintors and Tango Cultivators COME TO 8KE ME Joe Strayhorn RNYDKU TKXAS Mn Elvli Jonea returned Wed- nesday from it visit of a week with the homefolka In It un rnl county whero nho attended n family reun- ion. Rlio la acrnmpanled home hy her mother Mrs. W. T. Willis r.nd two Hons. Judjre J. M. Horen nnd wlfn anil Walter and Mllilrrd Horen wire here Wednesday from Pest City. Purr Hon l.tird I2's els a pound ! at Hip Palnce Market. r.l I Mr. fleorar W. Harris made a hint- t Inms trip In Dallas thin week. REVIVAL MEETING El ('ONTINl'KII FltOM PAOE ONE r For Kwvlf or Hale WOOIIItOW ItffflMrr No. 2.tl7ri Tl hl(t Imiim fw'Mnn klml Km fr aprrlrp 9 1.0(1 ni-li. x. n. UF WIM'lt Snyder T Pure Hiir inrd 13 flu a pound .1! the Palme Market. 51 MeHsrs Davidson nnd Murdltt ha...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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