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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 5 April 1912

THIS BNYDEA WEEKLY SIGNAL ! ( 'A 4 FLUVANNA NEWS ITEMS Dy ouf refular correspondent. Mr. Ernest Vantrlm of Fort Worth cam in Wednesday to visit Mm. J. F ciawon and family a few day. Mr Lee Doren of Pnyder and Mr. (lllnKBley of Dunn apent Tuesday fnd Wednesday In our town In be- lf of the'r race for Clerk and Tax day night- Mr. D. Borsa of Justlceburg wus in town Vr:rtedi to moot Mrs. r(n who had been vlsiung in ny- r for a fw days. Thlrty-flve of the Fluvanna peo- ple left on Monday's train for Sny- der beHldes several loft by private conveyance to attend the Browning ind Dowdy trial which was to come up Tuesday. Mr. J. A. Moore of Hamilton Oxas and Miss Frankle. Deavers of mir town was married here Sunday gt the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Deaver. They loft for their home at Hamilton Sunday. Mrs. B. L. Sewait returnod from Koflcoe Tuesday where she has been tending thebedslde of A. O. Wilson V.i- i.t u)in hna been nnltn sick ..u itl Ki ' After she had oome 1rio she ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 5 April 1912

'0 THE SNYDER WEEKLY SIGNAL ' a Til tJ 1 a a c Tho Heeret li Out. llortense Cavalla was known aa the most boaullful woman Iti Europe It was common knowledge that a prince of the royal blood heir to the throne of one of the oldest Euro- pean countries was so piinmored with her charms that ho had repeat- edly offered to marry her and re- lluqulsh his kingdom. She was the envy and denpair of all the ladles of the Court as the men had eyes for no one but her In her presenile. And while her figure and features were beautiful It was tho surpassing loveliness of hor com plexlon which was her greatest ' charm. Her skin was white as alalutBlcr smooth and velvety of texturo and her colour rich and warm. No Clreany Fare Cream for Her. What llil Klie I'se? That was tho question so many women wore dying to know. Cavalla would not toll others and they could not tell tho aonvt. because I hey did not know. Just how a rertaln Chemist dis- covered her secret would mako mi IntereHtng story alone one w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 5 April 1912

HIE SNYDER WEEKLY SIGNAL t V 1 U ' 0 SHIEEIWATER HDTiail DENIED rrrnA7'itM t'!"t ieT' suMMm i J):s(Ullli" "n '? T."X. Mil"''1 S0' . . i. . ...1-11 no (1 slu-i.t U' ill ill' In what is i-.ini" H .. - - die Court of t 11 Appeal ir . 0'.. Heroed PiMriel tKlny lii'lided i 1 (H ( i Hlliiuuuiiri me coiiioo- . I . t . . A I iin tli.i; lostrlcl liid;;a I'dicpherd .Vol - county ".'.'in i !-.'. I. lived ti .. .11. In (lid ftifcr Involvim; the lo- innval eT (lie Orient. Kailroad a huops f .. l-Mveetv.uter to Ban Al'ivio. 'III. ll.' er ci urt also overruled Ihe i.r rehf.irijiK of Us iieilon In rcverslrii; li ii 'I vaeiillliR t!ie net Ion of lower eonrt. The cnse Is of tliut of the Kaunas City Mexico ii r.d Orient Hailroad of Texas vs. S. A. Colo et 'al. Some time nw the road wnu rent mined by MrtU-ict Jtidp- J. M. KhoplHTtl of No-. counliy from' rrmovliiR Its (.flic s and roundhouaes from Sweet- vnier to Ban AnKelo and from . t... ..l...l. 4 .i.f itlt It ti 1 1 (. 1 1 (1 ! !. '1 li iiiiiii'-i m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 5 April 1912

1ILB XYDni. VTKEKLT SIOXAL oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Owl Drug Store . k - .m.mm mmmm rawaaaawaai aaavaaaaaaaB Our Telephone Orders receive o Prompt Attention. o o We Dclivc Goods to Your Home o Anywhere in Town. o o We get Goods Out to Our Pa- g Irons on the Rural Routs Prompt- o ly. o o The Quality of Our Drugs our g prices and our Service to you is o right. o Meet vour Friends at "The Owl" o o - --- o Owl Drug Store P. V. Clark DruRjjIst OOOOOOOOOG Personal Mra. ft. M. Keleey the auk lior. 1 rfjvriM on f to date fnilllnrrj food lit Mm. 3 O. IVdii a V. IV it tnn in Sny der Monday o. buirei V O. WiVmeth n.ade a bnirri Wit tfl Jul leehiiT-f TM"-W.y. il Heieet Ihe fvlatn. report a fine rain I Kliodoa made the Signal an irrmliM iall Tbnrwdat'. 1V1 rainier 1 on to Port XVorib. buisoN ir ji i X. i WlVw-ell T-etnmeA Tbniday from Spur. V K. Jakwn dae te Xolrtrado. i retct-ned XeIno- H. W. Tnt ner wrni lo Tnat Cit.' "'me and C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

' 4 Cl' - D AI lH!i.'! fi A.-.3 li.l Form tii itf -"-a T( 4- t ; ry ; 4 la. inA narjf father' holy and watchfulne .. . ta.. -nt '4 j V' I V! " "" " ' j IiyiP- IHuLL U tflino TO Pi ' nft Ik .;kt m 'i i'liiT n)!!!-! rT OP MAY 1 II. Id- i Ji . ' 1 4 Sou AJra'st at D iuj Tuy Ood'i and Trntb V VOIXMK XXV NUMIJJ.Il -It :it SCUnRf OOCNTY TKXAH AI'KII 12 1912. SUI18CRIITIOV $1.00 I'ER YEAR IX ADVANCE. pi r nn : f f 'Let all Tlw " In 'i "r- R (I tn ! 5 Bo'S KY.VOI'SIS OV PLKADINOH OK SCI IUIY COUNTY SCHOOL LAND CASIO. On June 22nd. 1911 the Commls- Bloner's Court of Scurry County sold to Ooorge W. Harris E. W. Clark and F. J. Grayum what Is known as the Scurry County school land which is located In Hockley and Cochran counties for the considera- tion of $116000.00 or $0.55 per a- ere. the citizens of Scurry were dissatisfied with the claiming that the land did not li bring as m much as It should have and further claiming that the sale had not been made according to ' law being sold at a call...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

I TUB KOTDCT WEEKLY RIG AX tt 1-1 tt P' w ei II a 11 li a t' p' c b CITIZENS HEET JAKE WOLTERS Snjrie Tople Accord ClYllUee t Senator! Candidate Wbo to Scheduled to 8pk The people of scarry. County art Interested la showing the world that this is the bom of honesty morality Industry and hospitality. ETry man la his own master to far aa goee hit pollUral or religions opinion and our people do not fall oat with other because we don i see things alike. There is a very general Idea here that the people of Scurry county are not In line with Jske Wolters for the Senate although some are going to support him. However Wolters had a speaking date for Snyder Tuesday and the cltiiensbip of Snyder began to ar- range Monday to give him a cordial welcome. After conferring with a number of cltliens Monday Mayor Taylor ap pointed a reception committee to meet Wolters upon his arrival at the hotel and extend to him the courte- sies of the city. Following is a lift of the commit- tee and all others w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

TS13 Ii3f TDCTl XTELXLY fttCW.tiV tV V X 1 11 GARRETT'S We assure Satisfaction. Our work is Cash Our motto: "Keep Clean. West Side. When in Snyder go to . D. P- STRAYHORN for Breaking PlovvsHarness Saddles All Kinds of Leather Goods Fine line of Buggy Whips and Lap Robes East Side Square Successor to Stimsort Broa oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o 15urton-JLingo u.s o o Successors to Snyder o A complete line o o building material carried O w o O o Fencing: of all kihds a specialty o a : o o o o o o o o o o AGKNTH FOB THE CELEBRATED BHERWIX . WILLIAMS PAINT. SEE US FOB ARCOTl'M A SPECIAL PAINT FOB ROOFS AND CEMENT BUILDINGS. AGENTS FOB THE FAMOUS PITTSBURG r.LECTKIC WELD WOVEN WIRE. WE GUAIIANTKE QUA LIT V RIGHT PRICES COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Hi One-Way Second March 1st to April 15th Inclusive to points in Cali- fornia Washington and Oregon I And to various other paints in the West and Northwest ata T J very low lare - - ' '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

THE SNYDER SIGNAL I. 8. HARr . . . n. 8. JACKSON Telephone Entered . Second CUs. Mall Matter all commnnlcatloni. remittlncea. .to. abonld b. addred to the SNY- DEIt SIGNAL or SCURRY COUNTY PRINTING CO.. Snyder. Texaa. All ano.meemenU of any church pertaining to aerrlcea are welcome to tba column! of The Signal. Frees but any announcement of baiaar. lea cream aupper. or any plan to get money looked upon aa a bueineaa pro- position and will ba charged for accordingly. fiubacrlbere fail In to receive their papera regularly will confer a favor upon tha management by reporting aama to thU office. Any erroneous reflection upoa tba character. etaa ding or reputation of any peraon. firm or corporation whleh may appear In the columne of The Ciena) will t gladly corrected upon He being brought to oar attention. ANNOUNCEMENTS For District Attorney 80th Judicial District! JAMES P. STINSON For District Clerk WALTER S. ADAM30N For County Judge FRITZ R. SMITH N C. R. BUCHANAN For County Clerk WILL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

ItlE SM'DI'R WEEKLY SIGNAL (I m - FINANCE COMMITTEE'S Statement of the Condition of Scurry County Finances Covering Period From : February 1 1910 to February 1 1912. HEPOUT OF TOTAL COUNTY TAXES COLLECTED FOR THH PERIOD FROM FEn. I 1010 TO FEB. 1 1012 AND DISTRIBUTION. THEREOF AS SHOWN BY TAX COLLECTORS RECORD Total Tax Collected Ibj Tai Collectors Commission Total net county taxes in the hands of tax col lector for the period j . . . Lens amt. Collected In Jan. 1912 butnot turned ov- er to Treasurer Total tax for which collector shows receipts Lefts District School taxes for which receipts have been given by the various depositories Total taxes for which receipts have been & given for period by treasurer 4 Treasurer's Ilulnnce Sheet for Terlod February 1st 1010 to February 1st. 1012 Dal. Feb. f. 1910 f Jury Fund $ 1.070.72 load & Urldge Fund 854.92 :nad fc Drldge Dond 242.47 t House Dond Sale 19471.45 NV Ct IlouBe oKg u au.u (This account owns six five-hundred dollar li.in....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

4 TE3 SXYCna TSXTJILV gift AX. T7 Notice li hereby given that by vir- tl tue of a certain order of tale Is sued by the Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant county on the 16th daof March 191J la a certain cause wherein Boatmens Dank ia P Plaintiff and Charles Weldler. Hll- w ton Hammond Oeo. M. Whlteman e II. H. Miller Oeo. W. Hoyt. R. B. II Pyron. Win. A. Itnle Sidney P. Al len C. H. Kohler C. A. Schaeffor W a I. Bush The South and West Land n Company a corporation and Western t Land Company are defendants in s which cause a Judgment was render- f ed on the l!tn day of February 1112 t In favor of said plaintiff Boatmens ' c Bank a gal nut said defendant Chas. Weldler et al for the sum of seven- l ty-one thousand one hundred eighty nine and 17-100 Dollars with Inter est thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from date of Judgment together will all costs of i salt I have levied upon and will i on the first Tuesday In May 191$ I It being the 7th day of said month at the Cour...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

ics; gxyJ)En'v''!.;i.-:K.LYrr6KJNAl i I V fa 1 J KKW CI TV ADMINISTRATION y Mayor Harris md Marslial Wolf Take W ln" ' Cr lwT" erntnent Mofcdaj "3 The City Coancll met Monday 'night In regular teflon and transac- ted current business and then can- ; vaitsed the returna of tha late elec- ' ' tlon and declared the reaulta aa wai heretofore published. This wai the last meeting of the old council and with the going cut of the old and the coming In of the new regime the city passes from 0 the community system where all al- dermen were councllmen at large to the ward system with two aldermen for each ward. After result had been declared Dr Sed. A. Harris wae sworn In aa Mayor and O. P. Wolf aa City Mar- shal. Hardy M. Boyd entered npon his official career aa City Attorney. C. C. m Cowling retains bis official toga as City Secretary. Robert H. Curnutte was on hand to be sworn in aa one of the Alder- men In Ward 8 and D. F. Wilson the only holdover of the old coun- cil was properly recogniz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 12 April 1912

- v.. j ) THE BXYDEIt WEEKLY MC.NAL P 11 P w e II o ii fc ' a t' I c hi 7 pi tk CDC o () . ' o . o f - f J ( vl Drug Store . Ivqr.vthinf? from this Drugstore is the genuine. Take Coco-Cola" wflh a flood of substitutes on the Mdrket yet wo Sell only the Straiht Coco-Cola. In small or Large matters we refuse to be bunco- ed alid will not Bunco our Customers. In all Transactions hero you Get what you ask 'or. . . Straight goods at rjght'prices. -Get the Habit join 'You t friends and Deal at "The Owl" the place of Drugstore satisfaction. C) O ') O ) o o C) Q o o o o o Owl Drug Store F. V. Clark Druggist o 000000000& aoooooooooooooo Personal TO RENT A form 3 miles South of Border. 100 acres In cultivation. En- quire at Signal office. BltOWN AND WILSON Joe Rogensteln a farmer living IS miles northeast of Snyder came tp the Signal office Wednesday with a very large centlped which he had captured In his storm house. He left the reptile here as a donation to the Cowboy band to be taken a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

NYD GNAL m 1 i. "Let all The Ends Thou Alm'st at B Thy Country's Thy Oofl and Trh 'a.' : i VOM'MI1! XXV NCMIlF.It l."5. sxvii:n SCUItrtY COUNTY TF.XAS WWW 1 1912. filDSCKIITION fl.OO TEIl YEAR I.V ADVANCE. Li r EW5 CP Piree Delivery BE BR Phone No. 37 MNMM Ir3 ire Delivery w( J A1 On anil ufT Monday April 1.1th w ill deliver any mtlcle In their Drug Store to any resdence or place of business in Snyder If desired hy the t 'ustoincr. Yon will alwayH find a HFOISTKHKD 'KKS KITTION MAX in our Store to All your prescriptions irrn rntely. We rnrry the I.AHOKST and MOST COMI'LFTK line of DKCOS. IMU'O Sl.XDIUKK TOII.F.T AllTKTiKS PFllFlMKItY HASH HA 1.1 SI I'- riilEH STATIONKUV CTOAItS ETC. Our Drug Store will le hendiirter for ALT A VISTA I'l'KE ICE CItEAM the Ice Cream that people want. All kinds of COLD DKI.VKK served to suit the customer. Nt'NX ALLY'S and ItEICII'S CHOCOLATES received every week hy ex- press. We thank you for your past patronage and promise you in the future the heat se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

4 I i i 4 SHERIFF'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that by vir- tu of a certain order of sale Is- sued by the Clerk of the District Court of Tarrant county on the 16th day of March 1912 In a certain cause wherein Boatmens Hank Is Plaintiff and Charles Weldler Hil- ton Hammond Geo. M. Whlteruan H. H. Miller Oeo. W. Hoyt It. B. Pyron Vm. A. Rule Sidney P. Al- len C. II. Kohler C. A. Schaeffer W I. Bush The South and West Land Company a corporation and Western Land Company are defendants In which cause a Judgment was render- ed on the 12th day of February 1912 i In favor of said plaintiff' Boatmens Bank against said defendant Chas. Weidler et al for the sum oi seventy-one thousand one hundred eighty nine and 27-100 Dollars with inter- est thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from date of Judgment together will all costs of suit I have levied upon and will on the first Tuesday In May 1912 It being the 7th day of said month at the Court house floor in the tow n of Snyder Texas wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

) I" TOE 8XYDER WEEKLY SIGNAL .A 'if CI i j ars of M-tS I ed xes -an iy. per FLUVANNA NEWS Written for last week: Mr. and Mn. Mantooth and tbelr daughter of Oklahoma City cam In on Monday's train to visit their son who lives In the Arah community. School here was dismissed until the Meningitis scare had passed off. We are sorry to relate the sudden death of Joe Dilllhunty of from eat- ing spoiled canned goods for his supper Friday nlfcht. j a. U. Jones made a business trip to Snyder Sunday. Saturday was the day for election of trustees and Mr. J. M. Hunnlcutt wps selected to fill the place. J. I. Parkor and son Kayburn Wt Twsday for Post City. Mr. Par- ker has contracted for some work In that city and Ttayburn will at- tend school. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanklns and son Melvan are vlBltlnj? Mrs. Hank- lns mother at Miles Texas this week while the quarantine Is In effect and they cnnt proceed with the school. TIioh. O. Edwards left for Thorn- dale on Tuesday's train In response to a tele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

ailed to order by the nr.6lder.t and roll of meml-ri called. B.. Caper- ton made a good talk an why we ahold educate the children. On motion of Bro. Ellis the or- ganization with officers heretofore elected was made permanent. - Secretary Richardson announc- ed the following committees for 1912: ' To lecture on seed selection: Bro. Lambeth chairman. On education of the children: Bro. Caperton chairman. On beautifying the homes: Mrs. Helm chairman. Social and moral cultivation: Prof. Howell chairman. School gardens: Miss Maggie Beakley.chalrman. Home gardening: Mrs. Tom KIdd chairman. DEPEND ON Flowers: Miss Maggie Wilson chairman. DUNN FARM EHS' INSTITUTE ns Outline for Scientific Work Along Various Lined. i i j the Signal: W are late with our report how vcr will end the Signal some of he plans outlined by the falters' jiBtltute at Dunn. The meeting on April 9th won II I tl t w e It n it I: o t t 'c I I - - -J1 t-A . ' . 4 ri : f .. C v ;-oi CA o n't v " C M hi Pi ALCOHOL 3 PLH CENT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

nn 1 1 1 1 r r a i Have you bought that new Spring Hat yet? If you have not we want vou to callon us before vou do buv and see our stock of Millinprv! whipli i pomnlpfp in pvpiv nnrtipiinlr nnrl M And i Mi II II Li -11 ti 11 U II 1 II li E li i J fill I i till Wilfltl 11 II II II II t ia I r'!'! II II IIP Mil II V- I ' i P 1 II FM in I ii n 1 II II II II 11 II V II II H il il b - I - l II II II II m II II H II II II II tl l II I I. It J II II El I II II w si 16 jSL..I.(SS OBOt tl) rr mi ft Hi .1 X 1 .1 P TT 1 1 Tfc . CjQ'fl ncyy cinti up-Lu-utitc. we are seiuug nuts every uuy tu mines irum nermieign ivos- coe Fluvanna and here in Snyder too and all about the country. Why not you too? We Will Look For You South TT side the Square M tile Co . Snyder Texas HI m t 'J . They Are Continually ellin Out I'luiii vlv I tfins. I K.iMcrn Sf:ir Kcsdlnf ions. Mrs. N'cwby Un Uvon Bi' k but. Ih j To tin; ofli' rs ami ni!!il'TH f l)illT lit lliiH wrilliiK liopf Klif? will Dunn f 'luiptcr. No. S58 w ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

II1E SJilDEIl WEEKLY SIGNAL u i J ( 5 GURRY COD n DEMOCRATS Executive Committee Orders lrl mnrjr Con vent Ion lor Prcwl dential County Convention. Pursuant to the call recently pub- lished In the Signal by Chairman Barnes of the democratic County Executive Committee a meeting was held Saturday afternoon at Justice Rove's office to consider matters of party welfare. Chairman Barnes stated the pur- pose of the meeting. There were five vacancies In the Executive Committee and the Chair- man mado new appointments In the rases. The precinct chairmen at the sev- eral voting places In Scurry Coun- Jy are as follows: Dunn J. C. lleakley Hermlelgh Smith Jlroek Camp Springs A. II. Trice Dermott L. N. Pc-rrlman Canyon J. 8. Golden Ennls W. T. I51ak Pyron 8. J. U. Hallmnn Snyder 1). Nation Fluvanna S. P. Smith Red niuff E. E. Erwln. Knnpp L. II. I.ockhnrt Hudd Jnsper Helms ' Ira A. Khnadcs Bethel F. I. Towncend Lone Wolf August. Stnhl. There was a considerable discus- sion as to whether the par...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

7 THE tfXYDEIt WEEKLV SIGNAL GARRETT'S BARBER SHOP Wo assure Satisfaction. Our work ls Cash Our motto: "Keep Clean." West Side. Snyder Texas When in onyder go to : D- P- STRAYHORN for Breaking PlovvsHarness Saddles All Kindt of Leather Goods Fine line of Buggy Whips and Lap Robes t East Side Square Successor to Stitnson Tiros 4 t ) oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o Successors to Snyder Luxl er Company q I Burton-Lingo Co. o o O a ix 1 f lt 1! 1 t O A cornpieie line ui an iuuus ui O o building material carried o Fencing: of all kihds a specialty o o 2 Oo - AfJRNTS FOH TUB C'FXEIIKATKD KIIKItU IV WILLIAMS q O piivT SKR ITS FOR AnCOTlM. A SI'FCIAL TAINT FOR X o o o o o o AO E NTS FOIt THE FAMOFS I'lTTSHlIUJ KM'TTItIC WELIl q WOVEN WIRE. Q WE OUARANTEE QUALITY KKillT I'ltlC T.S COl KTKOIS Q AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. Q i O g LET US FIGURE WITH YOU o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo f : 1 4 IWVA' "- - T m Macon Ga. $22.95 Round Trip Tickets on sale May 3-8 Inc. return limit Juno 12 t Account of Grand L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 19 April 1912

...... t . TUB SXTDEIl VTECKLT SIGX.tL oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o Your drug busine is apprfrcifitryj at this Bt'r Owl Drug Store o o o Vfe tift-k your Prescriptions for the reason that this Work H th? eorn'-r stone of our brj-iineyss; and o O Keep tho faith vith jour Physician and yourself O In that we ar; careful and jninetakicg; do the vrork right; O And use dru-? of the proper fttronifth ar.d quality all the time. And for your conTerjei'T.ce we deliver rue-ijcin'-s AnyviJierc in town and when r.ec'sary et th'-m out O Promptly on the- iiural llo'Jt'-s. O Wlj-n yoa htAe a prescription consider our claims. o o o o o o Owl Drug Store F. V. Clark Druggist O O o o o o o o o o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Stifre 3. V. Letcher of Fluvan- na spent Wednesday eight in Sny- der. Speaking of the recent fire In bis town he can there are very po- kite reaons to believe It was In- cendiarism tut It ! a difficult mat- ter to bring out proof of It.. Every family that La children Is li...

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