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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

f-7rTr i ii A Jl Ail (Successor to .The Conun? West) "Let all The Ends Thou Aira'st at Ee Thy Country's Thy God's and Truth's." SNYDEE SCURRY COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 7 1011. Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance Vol. XXII. No. 44. tort TAKE ANOTHER STEP FORWARD AND VOTE FOR THE NEW JAIL SATURDAY . JMJJM.JMM jmimm wtwiai SNYDE CONGRESS CONVENES IN EXTRA SESSION Champ Clark From Missouri Succeeds Cannon For Speak- er of The House ashington April 4. Tin- or ganization of the house which in- cluded the election of officers whs completed after the speech of Speaker Clark and at il:.")2 p. in. .adjournment was taken. The officers elected were: Clerk South Trimble of Ken- tucky. Sergeant t arms 1'. S. Jack- son of Indiana. Doorkeeper J. .f. Sinnott of Virginia. Postmaster William IT. Dun- liar of Georgia. Chaplain Uev. Henry X Con- den of Michigan. 'At 1 :'7 a messenger appeared Jroru the senate to announce the organization of that body and re jucsa committee to notify Prcs ident that C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

.1 -It . ' 1VV THE SNYD23 SICNAI SNYDEHjTEXA Is Japan The Scape Goat ol European Nations? . Japan or Nippon was little known or notified by the white races of the world before the mid- dle of the last century. The Jap- nnese constitute a very interest- ing and important branch of the Mongolian race; but at what pe- riod the emigration from the con- tinent took place to colonize the islands now known as the "Is- land Kingdom" in unknown. In- fact we have known very much more of the Chinese and Turks; more of the Tartars Lapps and Eskimos; all the Name race than we have of the Nipponese or as vet now name them the Japanese. Hut within the last fifty years the "Little Brown Men" have sprang to the front and challeng- ed Ae attention of the world in many remarkahleways. We have found them living in homes do- identic moral industrious eco- nomical and hardy with great endurance though a rice eating people. In loyalty to their coun- try and its institutions their cm- v pror and heads of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

Friday April 7 1911 iMonammedanism! - - -- - Pelow we give our readers the splendid paper road by Mrs. ( R. Huchanan nt the Ladies' Mis- sionary Meeting1 of the Presbyter- iaii ('hureh on Sunday night March 12: Mohammedanism or islainism is the. religion founded by Mo- hammed in the early part of the seventh century. There are now over two hundred millions adher- ents to this faith scattered over !hreo continents. It is the might- iest of all the non-Christian re- ligions nd perhaps the hardest if all fanaticisms to subdue. The Rev. Chas. It. Watson I). J). ways of the situation in Afri- a: "The missionary problem of frica is not paganism which fast -rumbles away before the (Jospel if Christ but Islam which resists ike udamant the appeals of the icralds of the cross." The Mohammedan religion is preading missionaries are at vork in the heathen world. If here is one thing about Mohnm- nedanism that is commendable t is the missionary spirit that jrevails amongst them. Converts vere onc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

Frldiy April 7 1011 . .Tf.m Four THE ENYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS THE SNYDER SIGNAL . 15. P.AUNES Telephones . . . . . . Ivlitor ft rid Proprietor .V.jiusiriess Office 88 Kesider.co 20 Kntercd as Second ( 'lass Matter at Tim Post Office in Snyder Texan All communications remittances etc. should lie addressed to the SNYDKK SHIXAIj Snyder Texas. All announcements of any ehureh pcrtnining to services are welcome to the columns of The Signal Free; but any announcement of a bazaar ice cream supper or any plan to get money is looked upon as n business proposition and will be charged for accordingly. Subscribers failing to receive their papers regularly will confer u favor upon the management by reporting same to this oflice. ny erroneous reflection ujon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the eo unms . of the Signal will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to our Mttcntioii. toubsenption -Price One Dollar Per Year in Advance r- p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

.Ml 1 THE ENYDEIl EICNAL CNYDER TEXAS Five 11 iian Lunch Room . ar oi rool Hall in Basement of Faught Building FRANK STEIN Proprietor When you think of omething to eat think of Frank. Northeait Corner square : : Snyder Texas fell J. G. LOCKHART. BARBERSHOP. I employ none but the best and experienced barbers GIVE ME A CALL 'ersonal and Local J. Wright Moonr wns in town n buHint-ss this week. Mnrtirt Reop of Camp Springs iis in the city Saturday. B. F. Womnck of Bethel was in -in fitv this week. ' T. K. Oliver was in from ('row- Vr Monday. V. Ii. Dnvis of Bethel cnino in Joixlay on biisincHS. i V. J. Turner of Crowder was i the eity Monday. : I-M Laird of Camp Springs was 1 the eity Saturday. '.f. T. Biffin of Camp Sn inprs us here Saturday. 5 Miss Garoiitte made n short vis- to Merkle last week. . D. Kinley of Round Top whm i the eity on business Si- .."!iiy. . A. Caddell of Crowder was i our town this week. F. B. Davis of Liberty Hit1 was I the oil v Saturday. A J Davis of Liberty H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

. ;. - ... -hA.-- ' . - V . .. " - l i a 1 ' - . ...j. THS ?TYDr?. f"::7AL SNYDrZ TTXA5 ' r - - r. i f j f f K c; t4h'iiS $4 M Vi4M NS' 5 7 Tl 4 1 ;:;leii!lieffl il M'I s C PIovs Planters Cultivators and in fact everything in rthe Implement Line. We handle the Oliver Line and we are making prices that are selling the goods. Now is the time to buy. We can - ave You Money and at the tame time fire you the VERY BEST there it on the market Cash or : : : Good Notes If you are needlnjr anything in this line you will make a mistake if you FAIL TO GET OUR PRICES tj s ir Si J. Y. STEWART & SON z fijfjrril ! MiWIMMIW S.M1TH WILL TAKE ISSUE WITH TEE CATTLEMEN ti is Oijxsi 8o Tin fi-'i'---i. .3. vtr.' f t.'3 ft- h t (ycy 11?. - Takes Issue With lit. Cillan '"The papers report Mr. 'a!ian as having sai.j that I Isold th aiu po-.it ion with rferfnoe to th tarirT that Mr. I.o!jr a re- publican Senator from Mavui- chiiHtt. hn'uU; to-wit: For pro- tection on manfet:ired goods and for free trad.- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

: i v. FrMif April 7 1311. T:rz s?rnr:3 signal grram. rzz.u t About The Cullure oi Broom Corn Agricultural Bulletin. Broom oorn nelonfts to th mime species of plant lo common MirghiiniH tiaed for making nyrup Kaffir foil JcniHalem corn and ane Rrvn for fornix and grain. It diftVra from all oilier plants of the num RpcnicH from hn virifjf pimiclf of Heed head with much longer Htminhtcr ami Htronger hraiichcs or atraws. Thin differ- ence wherein lica the value of the plant hns been produced by the .selection of seed from planttt poi-M-ssinff these cdiarHCtcra to a great degree. It in for the :eed head or "hniHli" n they are call that are uMfd in the manufacture of broom that the plant is cultivai--.. Groups Mroom corn ia divided into two jjroupa known aa Standard mul 7)vvarf. The Standard type grown to a height of ten or fifteen feet while the Dwarf variety grown from four to six feet high. There ;ire many varietal namea utted by 'Vicllera of broom corn aeed j but fmany of these are s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 7 April 1911

2 ENYDHP. SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS Friday Apr;! 7 I - W-k 4 Ifnl AV ILKIlliJ I I " - rcl Ii if the lie I j-'ll A D .5 Full Length Silk Goods $1 25 Morgan Bros. t IN SOCIETY Demorest Medal Contest The Methodist Church was fill- ed to ovcrflowinij last Monday . fVi-ninK to witness the contest for J)emorsct medal t heinn tlie ceond of ii series of six contests to le held Her which the six winners will contest lor a k'old medal. The opeiuntt address ny Hev. J. W. Muni was hiphly en- tertaining also very int crest inp as he explained the siirnit'ieanee of the Demorest medal. Follow- ing this a piano solo was benuti- f nl I v rendered hy Jliss St erect t then three of the contestants. IDith Diicluman. James Temple- Ion L'mily MeClinton vied with each other in pleasing their audi- ences directly alter which Jliss- ch Sterrett and Sturdevant. at the piano hegan to j)ly a ined- v ley of National .Airs ami just as the keViote of Dixie was sound- ed the' house hegnn to cheer and amidst storm of app...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

Ix THE ENYDE71 XG?7AL ENYDr.Z TZZf.i 4- v " 'iittfcltwi''UB FIFTY YEAE3 OF LliYAN TP.0UPX2 MAKER SENATOR EAILEY SAYS CHEAT ACHIEVEMENT SEE ME FC k J effleits1 Qitfws Planters Cultivators i r . .t l m tact everytning in Vi Implement Line. We handle Oliver Line and we are making pes that are selling the goods. w is the time to buy. We can ave You Money tfrt t!ie ame time give you the VERY; BEST e it oh the market. Cash or : : : Good Notes "1 5 If you are needing anything in thi line you will turn lilorss; a iuiuinv aw w . . M CC I urp J. r. JTEWART & SON wi SA Susf ii I mil' Farmers' Union Resolutions ! The folowinj? resolutions wore passed by the. Scurry County Farmers' Union which. was held pior at Crenshaw on the 7tli and 8lh ..of April . . Whereas There has been print- 1 1 in the Snyder Signal in recent if hnviRUs a number of eomtnuniea- ii V M'.'ions under the Mowing heading war "Farmers' Union Department by M. A. Drinkard" and whereas said articles were only the indi- 1 vidu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

TTT3 CNYDSrt CIGI7AL E?TYDra TEXAS OUR ! f . OTIC apes 11 11 REMEDIES AND RE i BRO OK 2. 'T. -ril 14. r j LJL ( WA GS CI C GJ CJ r 1 g; f v J ( J c; .l i. -I... i . r I -'.'-wr'-'w:tvT' . -PKl .t4.'. o;wjs Mil i n n Luncn H.. Rear of Pool Hall in Baiement of Faught Building FRANK STEIN Proprietor When you think of mething to eat think of Frank. Northeast Corner square x : Snyder Texas J. a. LOCKHART. MRBM SHOP. employ none dui me uesi auu cAncutcu uuub GIVE ME A CALL v - 1 i A CYN0FCI3 OF ONE YEAR'S WOEK Erief Outline of One Year's Work by Presbyterians Under Lead- ership of Pastor Howard Below will be found a brief epjtonTP-wXJbe work of tie lonl congregnti'i of . Presbyterian ami tbeir ale. pastor Dr. V. V. Howard fornc year. Mr. llowrr served H number of" years asVistfc' at Stamford ' prior to coming to Snyder and ir- respective of church ereed is spoken of by those who know him Mst hs a man progressive in iugs material and broad and ere in ppiritual affairs. One 'k residence in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

bi DLi-v biGNAL IN SOCIETY 1 1 ii P- "S "N ' i. i I . i ! ; ) cutty Cot s F P North-east B Pasi al tJ ?eace April ill.)-' A e Satul tin fun! Tncsdny- at M ICllCl' W from 1H- ' vr. u K4 Ira Tuesday v. i. 71 Wo.-tn Mo" f. 15. nisiirp'c Viill b uahua. t on Sat paWH tl'w J. . lit? apolog nys. i Suspect proininei lion of 11 Mr. U- Friday Mr. A I h fore 111 in tU r You Seed at 1 of havin large iUi" of wur ! vh ir See of h evolutionist 'I cell Iliad oming tense Mature in coin .'i was exhibit I f.Snyd'er Fn- ..t It was l(r specimen'. Best ill iilive Wbell rcpovler. rahoka ...I M uw Uo'li mi .' Mt Tiilioka. pril I''- ! . t' Snyder i Hiness men a. St'mr'ii I '"!-' ide is spoUeli of ran- ae--md ami h'-'"-'' iepait The Km I mi eeiyed .si-eret ai ( omul' imtnedi el of Mrs. I that w I i m i iK'iit lam-: j; iis irraphs I. vaelied SliV- r and reeeived from their; is Stinison. - 1 S rlie Slim"n. A : te llarnn.ve ; ing fn"" Sy'l (tin of duriu jslat ii' distrie iutf co Hoc ARTELS 4nco Insur- es to Agu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

) : 4 mlnf- verytKing that the Marllt every Tuesday tement 1st State Dank. Organization a owes her proud place . e nat ions to the energy i uid insight of lier busi- in tlie matter of organ- ltion in America bas- scicnee of mathematics v of supply and de- given us our wealth. rrasa and legislate ionization limiting it .thwarting it is to Vtion. oil W necessary but nevi1'. anti-Vl-ust laws are born acious reasouing. They are .eientific being based on mis- aken assumptions. The mobs that tore up the first ailroads in England as well as he scorn of John Ruskin for the ion horse were the result of a elief thatiwly discover- !'Y So they wantt leS9 .r oiiviivn miner ir011lnn . .. 1 adapt themselvesto .v conditions but progresses r uie many not the tew. mi a i i ne occasional misuse of a got ung is no excuse for makinc nr on the thing. My father tells of a time when j enangeu cars Rcven times go- g from New York to Chicago he journey took three days and tree nights. And it would be e "ne ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

I Friday April 14 1911. TXI2 ElfYDIlIi EIGJTAL EMYDI .ss curry County Abstract Co. ill be Glad to. Abstract Your Land Titles; to Perfect Defects in Same. To do any and all Kinds of Notary Work. PRICES REASONABLE WpRK THE BEST at "!.' !Ct Del II: v- lit llll -ill" isf. 1(1. IISI' T C..R. BUCHANAN Manager ist Basement Room New Court House. onal and Local J. 0. McGee of Ira wus in town Tuesday. Lcroy Johnson returned Friday from Dallas. W. li. Rhoades was up from Ira Tuesday. P. I. Townsend went to Fort .Worth Monday. fi. IJ. Clark spent a few days in Dallas this week. J. S. Hart was in the city ou business Satunlay. Mrs. H. V. IIuxK'ms returned Friday from Merklc Mr. Ainsworth of Fluvanna was in the city this week. You can fret Mahorn Cotton Seed n't C Nation & Sou. ' Ii. N. Perry num of Dermott wH in the city' jday. See T-owc & I .on uv for all kinds of sheet metal products. J. A. Mean of Polar was in ti.o city on business Monday The City Market makes a spec- ialty of their b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 14 April 1911

v ) Til 1' Tfir rryr"". ncr. t. rir. April H i9ii J ' "A i in V ; . i - i ' A H I Length Silk Gloves $1.25 senj iJimmn : Bros. Our County Correspondents. Alt Knapp Knowledge Hello. Mr. Editor and Staff. you allow a small space to .! old tinier? I noticed n letter from the Draw which 1 infer that all idiots are not dead yet. All is fine and dandy in this see tion of the country. Everybody is rejoicing over the tine senson iu ait) looking through ft inag- tiken . Bit.yiiH')p:l!iH(i at the 1911 crop. The n Feed j planting is the order of ailroadhe dayj and is one that is going he Bcorthe rounds. Some have all the ron ho'f'l pUnted and are ready to elief tl'lant j'otton but as yours truly ' pow 'f filed jo get a supply of winter peo."'d" I fliink I wilt defer that niat- tcr tiiy 1 feel sure Pluvius has 'mnde his last visit v cnditl'"1 e"!'lul Hi son last Sat- r the hianv1-v fesllt'J in 16 to 4 in avor The oeensio?ih!loIUs- 1Ulild a gmu ftne lino- ia H. 1 t it boys for it My father tells...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

r f ! . t . 191 S GNA ;'OJQ a3 - 'f (Successor to The Coming West) "Let all The Ends Thou Aim'st at Be Thy Country's Thy Cod's and Truth's." .Vol. XXII. No. 40. SNYDER SCURRY COUNTY T EXAS FRIDAY APRIL 21 1911 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance CELEBRATED McGREGOR MURDER CASE IS REVERSED BY HIGHER COURTS 1 1 AREZ THREATENED 4 AOUA PRIETA IS FIRED BY THE MEXICAN REBELS LARGE HOTEL IN FORT WORTH BURNS STREIOHT CASE REVERSED BY COURT OF APPEALS THE TRIAL F HENRY L. RANSOM BEGINS ARTESIAN WATER STRUCK AT TOYAH TEXAS I WITH REBEL ATTACK SKI TO frprtos Renew Activities Around Juarez Federals Keep up Firing I i:v Associated Press. P 'ill Paso April l'J. (Special to i tlx- Signal)- The insurrcetos airain threatening this city an attack in expected at iy our. Tliey ajproaclicl within a irt distance of the town last .i.M as if preparing to make an H ip Attack. Thev were held in check Jv the federal outposts. The federal scouts fired contin- uously throughout the night at uriously shaped r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

Friday April 21 1911 i lVo Two rj"r. THE SNYDER SIQNAL SNYDER TEXAS f i I'.i J.llilm 18 0 4. JOE STRAYHORN Handles tho lVtor Schutt- Molinc anil Avery's lor ami Mamtt Wagons Implement Kacino Hex ana Valo Huies rMMMhMK-r t o n tiv th fvmints world "ww thsn almost wny oilier. I hu I mi-. xx oM;ddihed in tM iv0 r jporumv. ; : Call and Sec us Before Buying lnt Icr iirt iclo limn was on tin market or just as pond " lower price. They lil Hot make urnfc tlinn n li in: nd keep ii their Imsiiii'SN max ho tor xcars; hut tiiuilly tln ir nttnle hecame staple i ainl it was called lor hecauso of its mi l it ami honest v of niann t';u -tuic. Tin' held i larire : opor- lunitv is greater. What would vim manufacture some one is ready to say ' In St tii r i' nerd a 1'i.uniiii: tao- loix liiiit runs nil tlu year. It should he owned hy one or two! empire v'illiin itself inn! as such would have In In reckoned with ! hy our noihhors to 1 1 - cast."j His words wore fraught with prophecy. We came to the wes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

L 911 1 t ' rriday Ayril 21 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL SNYDER TEXAS " II si 'ifrit ! We My hey )0H- iU(l la ii ill iee he er ay d. e i. I). is 1- I The Basement Restaurant j Meals at all Hours Everything that the Market affords Fresh Fish t eve-y Tuesday and Friday. ll Elliios & Bra j Basement 1st State Bank. .'. . . . ARM' OFFICER MURDER- ED BY CRAZED MAN lieut. Walter II.. Rady Second Ui'itjd St:ite3 Cavalry Kill- ed ct Mindora W Associate! rrcss. Houston April 17. Lieutenant Walter II- Kad.v Second I'nited fnited Slates Cavalry was niur- in Mindora today by a re- ligions zealot' named Itom.-nlado via said he thirsted for the blood (if ii Christ inn. m;m was pronounced iu- if I Sillli'. A Freak of Nature I'nele Men Davis in com .i-y with Mr. I-indsey was exhibit- ing mi the streets of Snyder Fri- 8 1'nur-legged ehieken. It was (mile an interesting specimen. The ehieken was still alive when hii hv the Signal reporter. Married at Tahoka Lester Stinison and Miss Ki-'h Ihiy were marri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

Friday April 21 J911 r.j Four THE SNYDEB EICNAL SNYDEU TEXAS r: THE SNYDER SIGNAL K. lh 1UKNT.S . Telephone i-hitered a Second l ias Matter nt All communication rvmittanoes etc. should b addressed to the SNYHKll SHiNAI. Snyder Texas All announcements of hiiv church pertaining to service are welcome to the columns of The Sipual Free; hut any announcement of a bariur ice cream supper or any plan to pet money is looked upon a business proposition and will he charged for accordingly. Subscriber failing to receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting whip to this office. Any erroneous reflection mon the of any person Arm or corporation of the Signal will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to our attention. ' Subscription Price Snyder will soon have xvatoi works and sewerage. -W Stonewall county voted a $o0.- fA bond issue Tor a new eour Pax id Jayno Hill mbs&doi to Germany from the United SU'.fS h rtsiinied. -O The eentraet las lcen vieno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

TII3 ENYDEH SIGNAL ENYDEE" TEXAS Tagc The AND NYALL'S FAMILY REMEDIES REN .BRO I J rriday April 21 1911 Paper j wan I WA OS 0 j German Lunch Room.. Rear of Pool Hall in Basement of Faught Building FRANK STEIN Proprietor When you think of tomething to eat think of Frank. Northeait Corner tquare :-: Snyder Texas J. Q. LOCKHART. RARMR SHOP. I employ none but the best and experienced barbers GIVE ME A CALL KILLED ON FELIX Prominent Sheep Man Shot Down By a Dry Claim Fanner VOTE ON THE RECIP- ROCITY IS PROLONGED Measure Will Probably be Pass- ed Wednesday Debate on Subject Continued WORK ON WATER WORKS TO BEGIN AT ONCE Plans and Specifications Made and Dirt Will Begin to Fly in a Few Days By Associated Tress. ! T. Fountain of Palas lias U'lmirfi.ii. Anril 18. The de- ibccn in the city for tin: past few T ...... ... . - " I ) bate on the question of Cunud- '.days figuring on the water works inn reciprocity must be prolong- ed at least another day. This was announced when the house convene...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 21 April 1911

Friday April 21 1911 1 ipiemem 9 I Plows Planters Cultivators 5 nnI in Cy r- airrrvf VlinfT in 1 the Implement Line. We handle the Oliver Line and we are making 2 prices that are selling the goods. j I Now is the time to buy. We can 2 I Save You Money I and at the same time give you the VERY BEST I there is on the matket. Cash or : : : j Good Notes I i 1 l If you are needing anything in this line you will I I make a mistake if you FAIL TO GET OUR PRICES I ITItewart & SON ! r-jrvrx rs wwstts s tssrs tsgtss MADERO LEAVES ON MISSION OF PEACE MaderoLeaves Eagle Pass for Chihuahua on Special Train on Mission of Peace Uy Associated Tress. Eagle I 'ass Tex ns April 1". (Special to Tlie Signal.) Fran- cisco Madero left here Saturday night on h H)eeial train .furnish- ed by the authorities at Mexico City on a mission of peace to his Hon the leader the insurrection and by this 'fame should be far on his wVy to Chihuahua lie 'left' here at midnight on Satur- day night after making apologie...

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