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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'l,mirfi.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...

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. — 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 a...

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. — 21 April 1911

Friday, April 21, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Page Seven X Scurry County Abstract Co, Will be Glad to Abstract Your Land Titles; to Perfect Defects in Same. To do any and all Kinds of Notary Work PKICE3 REASONABLE, WORK THE BEST C. R. BUCHANAN, Manager. North-east Basement Room, New Court House. i $ t Q Personal ) from Monday's Daily, f i'.l, v I '.t own i down tolay I K't -HI Ml j Count v Clerk H. A. Fubank 'sister. Miss Lizzie, went t j Ai.ij. in- Sunday. Miiliorn Cotton N''d "t (!- nun & n. J)r. -I. W. Warren went V 1'ost (,'ity Saturday. (. II. Frecland left on yestc day's train lor San Angoh,. C. W. Mcars returned from .South Texas. Work will begin on the Hcwecr- mid water works plants in a fiv (lavs. When you want 1 lie best Fn !isli ipiecnsvvare call on Lowe & lA".t!l. C. L. Kell, cashier of. the First .State Hank, lias been quite siek. Attorney Payne, left Saturday for Fluvanna on business. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 'mwder a girl. April 1:5. l!cv. and Mrs....

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. — 21 April 1911

' ' ' ... . i"-' ; - , , .... ..... TUS SIGNit, SlrYDSS, TZXA3 Pago Eight w - ..- , ... ... . Friday, April 2i, 12: ,- -r-, 7T EVERYDAY BARGAINS i Cash 12 Months in the Year 1101 111. $100 WORK PANT Morgan Our County Corresponaenis. - - Bell Itenu TIlC HSt fl'W (lllH llllS bcell Mimiirh no damage to -rops. Feed looks well mill cot ton is coining up. Gardens of nil kind look well nd some luivi- been feasting on greens Hiid radishes, pens nd on ion 8 for KCV Till dll.VS. The plow boy is busy every ly. Cows nil look well and good cows me getting high now mid Hie mules Hint were sold out of Scurry county will be needed back this full. Mrs. J. (J. Keed is sick at this time. Willie Prince and B. W. Cr.aigc were in Snyder Saturday. J. W. Watson Hnd wife were the guests of J. (1. Herd .Sunday. J. I. ('horn and. family were visiting at Plainvirw Sunday. Mrs. N. C. Prince and daughter were shopping at Ilermleigh Mon day. Mrs. Ij. A. I'rince was at Sny lcr Sunday to witness the W. O. W. unveil...

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. — 28 April 1911

NYD GNA JL no (Successor to The Coming West) Let all The Er.d8 Thou Aim'st at Be Thy Country's, Tby God's and Truth's." Vol. XXII. No. 47. . SNYDER, SCURRY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1911 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance THE ER LA FOLLETE, THE PROPHET Senate Seats Have Seen Vacated As He Predicted in 1906 Kansas City Shir: Jt was on mi April day, just live years ago that i i :.. ii... u. 4.. ..e n OI'OIM ei- iiin.se in ine filmic o. i i , the I nited States, utterly with out honor in I lie cupilol of tliis country, lie was an unusual man lie was n new Senator, having taken Hie oatli nly Hirer months i i....i.. i i... :.. ..i...., i... . . . . llCIOie. lin-lUMini im mm .n r., im was nto ii hij; man. Put it is re corded that to the tallest jrrenii- licr of France Naiioleon never; 1 .i .1 .r...li seemed less than seven feet t:i when the ciirIcs advanced. That day the new' Senator was veil aware that for the first time the "courtesy of the Senat"" whs to deliherately ahanilo...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

TOE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS friday, April 23, 1911 Established 1894. JOE STRAYHORN Handles the Peter Schutt- Moline and Avery's ler and Mandt Wagons Implement? Racine, Rex and Yale Buggies Experience co;inU In the farming world more than almost any other. Thin buHinem was eBtablinhed In lHiM, ho we have experience. Call and See us Before Buying DAYLIGHT ROBBERY NEAR HOBBS . 4 Tramp Demands Money, Clothing and Food at Point of A a Gun a 1 V Sunday morning n trump ap peared at the rent hoitae on ( lock ran 'h place near ilohhs in F'ihImt county and alter frightening the woman who wait alone in tin house. H" demanded thnt she pet him all the money on the place which she did, securing one dol lar and ten vents, lie then de manded that she get him a pair of pants and put up Home mil k and food ho that he could carry it along with him, then alter telling her not to put her head out of the door until twelve o'clock he left the place. The ladies husband came home at noon and Matted out...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

i J Friday, April 28, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDEE, TEXAS Page Tbrea A .? The Basement Restaurant Meals at all Hours a Everything that the Market affords, Fresh Fish eve-y Tuesday and Friday. .1 Ellis & Broun, Props. Basement 1st State Bank. N. W. Corner Square. SAYS PEACE WILL SOON RETURN TO MEXICO Calls Upon all Mexicans to Come to Aid of The Fatherland By Associated I'ress. New York, April 'St. (Special to the Signal) President Di;i today sen? to Hi'' Associated Press a message saying that lie was convinced Hint the condi tions of peace for 1 lit moment in terrupted, would soon lie rrstor- . 'd to the country and lie calls up on all loyal Mexicans to unite ''with n sii'trle purpose of further instill' development and progress of the country. This is the lirsl message emanat ing from the ex ecutive office in some time and will linvc its influeii"e in restor ing to their normal condition the fta Affairs of the Republic. Despite the unsettled condi tions existing in the northe...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

j! o THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Friday, April 28, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL E. B. HAIINES Telephones . . . . . 4- Kutercd as Second Class Matter at. Tim Tost OhVe in Snyder, Testis AH eoiuni mi ica t ions, remittances, ete., should lie addressed to Ihc SN'YDKR SIUNAL, Snyder, Texas, All announcements of liny clnirch pertaining to services tire welcome to the ediinms of The Signal I'Vc; Init nny announeeineiit of n bazaar, ice cream supper, or any plan to p-d money, is looked upon us n business proposition, and will le charged for accordingly. Subscribers failing to receive their papers regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting same to this ollicc. Any erroneous relleetion upon the character, standing or reputation of nny person, (inn or corporation which may appear in tin1 columns of the Signal will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to our attention. Subscription Price One Dollar Per Year in Advance The honest heart that's free from a' "xitended frau...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

THE SNYDER SIGNAL, ENYDER, TEXA3 Page Five J Jcn I vfe?- tr Q "'n r am .'.V . " M M JUL 1 11 ' 21 AND NYALL'S FAMILY REMEDIES OR rH Friday, April 28, 1911 -3 ,A 0 So OS Higginbotham-Harris & Co Dealers In Lumber, Wire, Posts, Paints, and Oils, Screen Doors and Wire Cloth Snyder, Texas. ADDRESS OF MRS. SARAH U L. COTTEN AT ABILENE Delivered Eefore Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters Grand Lodge (iiand Chancellor, Pro. Knights find Sisters mid Friends: Your Ix'iiut i f ul words (it welcome to us brought bimy mind tlie time when one of our great statesman was greeted hy )i magnificent au dience and when lie was called upon to respond lie answered that "whoever is pi yen a greeting by ) finch nn audience in such n place oupht to have snnuhting fit, something learned and soiuethinif wise to say. " Ve are most grateful for your cordial reception of us. We ip-- predate the fad that you have opened your homes and your liearts to us, and with that high, r hospitality have Weleomed th"...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

Friday, April 28, 1911 Page bix THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS : f ififiefliei Plows, Planters, Cultivators, and in fact everything in the Implement Line. We handle the Oliver Line and we are making prices that are selling the goods, j Now is the time to buy. We can l Save You and at the same time give you the VERY BEST there is on the market. Cash or : : : Good It you are needing anything in this line you will J make a mistake if you FAIL TO GET OUR PRICES 2 J. Y. STtWAKl & bUIN I t THE I. & 0. N. SETTLE- MENT STILL PENDINC Ninety Cents on the Dollar De clined in Settlement of Claims Against East Texas Road By Associated Piths. Palestine, Texas, April L'O. (Special to the Signal) Yester day's dispatches stating that tin1 claim.1) against the International .v Great Northern Kailroad were il justed by the payment of ninety cents on the dollar, was erron eous. The offer was declined. t Leave Your Extra Suit With Us f TIIKX YOU CAN CHANtiK Ull WIU; AIjA1 IS!.. a a t till IPIM...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 28 April 1911

Lin Friday, April 28, 1811 TIIE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Pag9 Seven 9 I r 7 Scurry County Abstract Co. Will be Glad to Abstract Your Land Titles; to Perfect Defects in Same. To do any and all Kinds of Notary Work PRICES REASONABLE, WORK THE BEST C. R. BUCHANAN, Manager. North-east Basement Room, New Court House. Personal From Monkey's Daily. J. I. Vanghau of Dalas whs in the city today on business. L. Erving of Orlando, Fla., was in the city prospecting last week. Get prices of coal from Snyder Steam Laundry before you buy. ijt K. V. ltarton of Abilene was iu the city on business Saturday. J. FiLIer of Fort Worth was in the city on business Saturday. We are expecting another or der for a tank made of Toncati metal. IjO we & heath. ' Miss Cecil AlcCiillough of the Flkins school was in the. city Xat fj urday visiting. Mrs. McFall and son of the Kl kins neighborhood was in town .Saturday shopping. Cotton Seed I Cotton Seed ! I at j. Nation & Son. .John T. Wilson of PrLcon v...

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. — 28 April 1911

Page Eighti Men's PONGEE SHIRTS ; Morgan BrosJ I Our County Correspondents, j Idiot Draw Tilings nrc about 'in their iihiiiiI shape along tin- Draw. Nothing ml iiitiLr'. no wel I'll ' ""' land to keep the plow ipiiot ntnl lit farmers lire in n moving way. mid planting is progressing w. . i e i.... ..i.i A goon many to out in'; j, llO.VS I IIU'llll, went t( tilt' Hub I N '' terday Io attend In business ' 1 Our si Intel "ill close in n few j ,1,-ivs iin.l II- yomik! on-s !.. hem tiucht c:n'.'i't! low 5o. speak I'.v .Miss lilinle .ii.r i , Snyder. S.viM of ti e ,v.T iT l'o pie rrtrivt eiy j.i'i. h t ;'f M-.ss (iiiu i.' lein us. Li;t kv'i i r will he cnst h'i.oiijt fnr.r. k 'v. - rs nml suns) iiie. I liol iee sume ot tl"' 1 ! '. " i 'I the Si trim I loll of visits mi I ; itiiliiuis mid tiny hae eutinly KM rloul.l d the I lippeiliU's of th- se parts. I'oiiieinhiT wo me still on the map. I reenrd the liiiikenp of i I if Dilil.V Sinil.ll II -t (plile illleleslill!' jllld liope that Slieees...

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. — 5 May 1911

NYDE IGNA (Successor to The Coming; West) 'Let all The Ends Thou Aim'st at Be Thy Country's, Thy God's and Truth's," Vol. XXII. No. 48. SNYDER, SCURRY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911 Subscription $1.00 Per Year in Advance THE R KILLING NEAR HAWLEY SATURDAY MORNING Both Were Well Known, Having Lived in That Section For Twenty Years A slioot i ri(? affray ending in the inMant death of Robert Johnson and which occurred yesterday morning at the home of Johnson ! six miles from Anson, has created much excitement in that section fif the county. It is stated t lint Johnson was at his home when James T. Walker with whom lie had previously quarreled came there. The old quarrel which was over a hill for labor was renewed with the re sult that Johnson took a shot at Walker who used a shot gun to return the fire, two loads of shot taking effect and killing Johnson instantly. Walker is now in jail at Anson, having walked in to .that place to give himself up to the authorities. He missed a she...

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. — 5 May 1911

Friday, May 5, 1911 MB AJkAAl JkJfkAfki &mf0 ,f,if Plows, Planters, Cultivators, and in fact everything in the 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 Save You Money and at the 'same time give you the VERY BE T there is on the market. Cash or : : : Good If you are needing anything in this line you will I - rr,;aW if vou FAIL TO GET OUR V ICE I J. Y. STEWART & SON BECUBE3 TWO MILLION FOR ORIENT EXTENSION Raliroad Now Available For the Extension of the Line West of Mertzon AVork on the extension of the Orient from Mertzon will he shift ed first Hii'l pnsli.'iltliKtiiL'li to Alpine, said !'. Dickinson, vice president of tlie road, upon l is return from Fort Stockton Thurs day afternoon. "Three million dollar is nee essary for the project," Mr. Dickinson continued. : ') the Inst word I had from Mr. :M vell whs to the effect that he had secured $, M i 1. 0i H) and 1 the rest would soon lie jmssi...

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. — 5 May 1911

v. Friday May 5, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS ?age Three 477 Wa AND NYALL'S FAMILY REMEDIES WARREN BRO DRUG t ,t-. Paper, 1 1 y J Higginbotham-Harris & Co .1 .VJMM i iiLa'I.aJL-.. .mm. ii BWWI Dealers Lumber, Wire, Posts, Screen Doors and Wire Snyder, PRESIDENT TAFT IN NEW YORK Makes Speeches on Hard Work of Congressmen Favors Longer Term By Associated Press. New York, April 1W (Special to the Signal j Prcsitl.-nt Taft made his last speech here ttiis morning prior f leaving for Washington. He spoke upon the .hard work of Congressmen which he said was often times not fully appreciated ly their constituents. Ifo said the real work of con gress was not done on the floor Ittit away from the sight of the public and the galleries and did not find its way into the congres sional record. The president gave it further as his opinion that when a district secured a good roan in congress he should he kept there not for one hut for ten terms. CITY OPERATES ITS OWN PLANTS Bryan Inves...

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. — 5 May 1911

C V" Friday, May 5, 1011 Fublwhed Kvery Friday by the K. II. BAKNKH nn.l J. S. IIAHDV, Editors and Proprietors Telephones . .Business Office 88 Residence 20 Entered as tfeeond Class Matter at All communications, remittances, etc., should he addressed to the SNYDER SIGNAL or SCURRY COUNTY PRINTING CO., Sny der,, Texas. M3 All announcements of any church pertaining to serwces 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 a business proposition, ana win Subscribers failing to receive their papers regularly will confer a favor upoiMhe management by reporting same to this office. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of the Signal will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to our attention. Subscription Price One Dollar Per Year in Advance Editorial Greeting Subscribers to the Western Light a...

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. — 5 May 1911

Friday May 8, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Pago Five Scurry County Will be Glad to bstract Your Land Titles; to Perfect Defects in Same. To do any and all Kinds of Notary Work PRICES REASONABLE, C. R. BUCHANAN, Manager. North-east Basement Room, New Court House. Mother's Day Proclamation As indicated several days ago, (invcrnor Colquitt issued his nothcrs' lay Proclamation for May 14th, BCttiriK that day aside to do homage to the mothers of the laud. The proclamation was written upon (5ood Friday, and b; full of deep appreciation. It fol lows: "It has been suggested that Sunday, the 14th day of May, be (ffxipnated as "Mothers Day," and the governor of Texas has been asked to issue his proclama tion recommending its observance as such throughout the common wealth. " 'Mother' is the sweetest word in the English language; she is (Jje sweetest friend to all ik: human race. On this flood Friday I nm reminded that she was the last at the Cross and the first at t!i Tomb of the Red...

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. — 5 May 1911

7 I'AKB Ell vvyvvvvsvxAAV S- T. Mings Italics the very best brands of California Cidcw, Fruits, Cigars and Confectioneries. See him. North Side of Bridge Street. Snyder, SuurcMIoih to Farmer! Wc nhui hI Unit ,viu 1 1 nut Ihivi' .von r crop Inn I hick. One ond mI it I K nl' corn or enllon will produce iiimii' Hum two poor Mini Um, When your corn is lilleeti Iiu Ih hink Iln small hair lihe louts will utmost meet between Hit rows Yon should therefore mlllxiile nearlx as level n pos sible If xou tfo deeper Hum two iiiehes. xou xx ill nil thousands of 1 lien roots and pieatlx damage your crop. l'c Mxecp or a x cry duul toothed hatnxx dial is nar row cnouch fo xcll between Iln rows Pull up nil weak plants mill ilcsliov nil hiu ken and xxeeds These parasites sink the life blond lioni I lie pliml, just a xcrmiu tin from lixc (stock. Plant like animals must haxe n balanced i .it ion Willi nu nhiind neo ot unit it ions food, if x on ex pect tin1 best results The linger Ilie plant, tlie more f...

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. — 5 May 1911

Fl i J n 1 I: V Friday May 5, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Page Vevea (? mm irma-itmmsam mmm Mmn T H u c K The car of the past. The car of the present. The car of the " future. The car you will eventually buy. W. C. Fullilove, Agent, Snyder ONE OF THE "OLD RELIABLES' Jacob Heemskerk Three hundred nnd four yours jigo today April '2d, J ."07 1 ho I terrible old Iiitcliin;in whose 1 1 ;i in ' nj)pciirs nbovc won what, w;is probably was the most bril liant naval baltb' in Si-vi-i: t ill ii century hislory a baltb' that, Oil orally wiped out tin; navy of the then greatest nation of the earth and brought that, nation to its knees before tl:; little repub lic it bad been vainly trying to compter for almost half a cen tury. Marly in April lfi)7 - the mem orable month in whieh ('apt. .John fVinith sailed into Hampton IJoiids to make the lirsl permanent Kn plish settlement on the shotes of the New World a suspension of hostilities was agreed upon for a season between Spain and the Du...

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. — 5 May 1911

11 -i Friday, May 5, 1911 THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS Page Ei(?ht Pie Peaches Noi3,$1.10 Per Dozen Morgan Bros. Personal and Local From Monday's Daily. Jo Rogenstein whs in town to day. J. 0. Mcfiee was in from Ira to day. M. H. House of Ira was in town today. Will Wack is here from Knnis today. A. J. West was in from Dunn today. (i, N. Richardson of Dunn is in the city. R. C. Ilerm is hern today from Hermleigh. . H. (J. Taylor was in town today from Arah. Tom Weitver of IVon is town today. ' K. H. Allen is in town today from Dunn. J. C. I'.cakley came up from Dunn today. W. D. Huffman of Dermott is in town today. (I. II. Ucrnhart of Bethel is in the city today. F. ('. Ilairston of Hermleigh was in town today. J. Wright Mooar of Dt-rmott is in the cinty today. Work is starting on the new Scarborough building. Rev. Caperton whs here Monday from Camp linings. Mrs. W. A. Fuller returned to hty from FoVt Wortli. Mrs. (f. ('. F-bbcrsol came in yes terday to visit homefolks. Mrs. I)....

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