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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 March 1913

OOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOCOO o X o o o Q o O w o Only 7 T J n v H vy ti y a Mo a Q o o o o o Q O Q 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 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o The beautiful Flanders "20" Car is still on exhibition. Come in and see it and we will tell you about it. oooooGeooocoefJO5o Buy your Groceries With the Coupon Books They are Convenient OOOO0CGOO03OOCOC00O To Please our Customers is our one rJrn in business frJfftth M ' tor' o s q c o ? r o g m o Wc arc offering special inducements to our customers and the public in general and invite you to come to see us. If you are not already our customer be our customer and participate in The Wonderful offer. myder Groc c 3 u 0 o o c o o o Q Q 6 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o c o o o o o o O0000000O09DU000O000O00O00O0OOO00Oe0S0000O00000009000000O00O00O00099O09(!00e0090O I I.IVWNA m:vs 1. I). Moks ami Mr. nnl Mm. Chn. Hardin ami Tom I.oah chaperoned a burn t! ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 March 1913

oc ioooooocoooooooooooooooooogoooooooooooooooooooooooooouoooooooooooooooooooooooo The Home Slippers Slippers Slippers of the BELLE of WICHITA o o o o o o o o o o Q o a o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 ! !JUS'T ARRIVED ! ! AT- ' Stimson Dry Goods & Grocery Co. A full anil complete line of Ladies Misses and chUdrens Slip- pers Pumps etc. Ladies slippers in White Cnnvasse and Kid Champayne Kid Gray Kid Gun Metal and Patent Leather Also Gents and Boys Low Quarters in the latest styles. Stimson Goods Phone 296. IJrinsr. us your PRODUCE we pay cash or trade. o o o o o o o o o Q o o o 3 o o o E;st Side Scjuare. o t - c. e . :r o o c c e & a g o q 6 Grocery to CITATION' ItV PI PLICATION'. TIIK STATK OK TKXAS To the Sheriff or any Countable of Scurry rounty OflKKTINO: You are hereby commanded That you summon by making publication of this citation In sonio newspaper published In the County of Scurry If there be a newspaper published therein but If not then In any news- paper published In the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 March 1913

- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOg o o EU rlnmr Qolrk for the next eight days. From Saturday morning March 22nd. to baturoav mDrOiaeiy Oaie night March 29th. All over 15 cent Embroidery reduced to 10 cents the yard. All 10 cent Embroidery goes at 7 1-2 cents and all 7 1-2 down to 5 cents yd. A saving to you of oU ronf n vmir niirrVinsps. If vnti nre p'ninrf to need anv Embroiderv this season it will Dav you to invest V W 1 Wilt Wil J VMi v j " - o O V " HOW WIllIC 11IC SUlb IO Kill. 1Mb piuvv uuu iiuiiivi O o o o o o O O O O O O o a A. D Dodsoo o o o o o o o o o a o o o J. H. HARDY & SOX Publishers. Absorbed Bourrjr County Ne IKf)i! The CiiniinK tt'nt - The Western Light HMO MKXH'ANS IIAN; ( l II. rmsoi:is Entered In the postofflce nt Sny- der Texaa an second clans mall mat- ter. Four Weeks Constitute a Month. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation niust die whirr may app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 March 1913

PEACE PIIOSPECT IN MEXICO LOXH WAY Ol T I III 7 11. iiic uiiiciai Tesfs show Dr. Price's Ming Powder to be most efficient in strength ol highest i ..... i fufij uiu 0 CRESAM Ko Alum No Phosphate ol Lime Fish and Oysters Every Tuesday and Friday THE It EST BIIOKT OIlDEIl HOl'SE l TOWN ELKINS tSc SON AVEST SID E KOl'.AItl:. X X X 1- OO0O0OOOOOOOO0O0 0009000000 o BURTON LINGO CO Successors to Snyder Lumber Company A Complete line of all kinds of building material carried. Fencing of all kinds a specialty AGENTS FOR THE CELE lilt ATED RHEKAVIM WILLIAMS I'AINT. REE IS FOB ABCOTl'M A SPECIAL PAINT FOB R(K)F9 AND CEMENT II IILDIXGS. AGENTS FOB THE FAMOl'S PITTSIHUO ELKCTBIC AVKIJ AVOVEN WIBE. AVE GUARANTEE QUALITY RIGHT PRICES (X)URTKOIS AND EFFICIENT SERA1CH. LET US FIGURE WITH YOU o o o 0 o o o ooooooooooeooo ooooooooooo ftQOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o Selling Colorado Coal Is the way we made our reputa- tion of "the best for the least money" Quality considered ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 28 March 1913

I L. E. CarlUle. of route 4 was tran- sacting business In town Tuesday. The little son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Denson la reported sick this week. r rr- eiynn m n m m at aa .asa4fc a Fresh Vegetables II Rre O. Ii. Wllklrson I.unilKT t'o. for llcils'ilnrc fence nrnt. W. L. Petty the automobile man of Loralne Is here this week selling Fords. Tuesday looked like a quiet day on the streets but when you visited the stores you found the clerks nil busy. ti Ixiok out for the latest atvles of sprlnR hats at Klncanon & Dnvls. Every Day i j-FFICIAt FOR SJ"i5Nfc n rig n n !fT.4 a 9 A III BS V a a aal aV X I " ' ..av a V VaV A AIM ESI 0 ) PJJ'-r7i IV? I I I I i 4 C 0 0 a o o o a o o o f 1 o o c o c r IVILLJ HILLS LTcrrcKS Of Interest the Stockmen: liitcrniitloiml Sunk loi Tonlo iiikI I tfinli-t nil Other Ktock Hemcdlcs of Any onsciicnce Uft tlietn here. OWL DRUG STORE The Drujjr Hook and Stationery Koiim F. V. CLARK Drugffist Dr. J. O. Lane "f Fluvanna Is here t'tlR week nttendliiK court. Carl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

0 4 ! Volnme XXV Snyder Scarry County Texas' S prll 4 191S. Number 42. COL J. Z. NOBLE ELECTED MAYOR ARE AFFILIATED T 0 oni WAS AGQUITTED SNYDER SCHOOLS RAILROADS i DELAYED S I - i 0 Mr. Maxwell Only New Man In Coun- cil. Improvement of Water Sys- tem l'ieriiMMit. The City election on April 1st re- sulted In the election of J. Z. Noble for Mayor P. M. Bolln alderman Ward one; J. C. Maxwell Ward two; and S. R. Flckai Ward three. The vote In all the wards was very light. Bolln and Flekas were members of the old board and were re-elected. In the third Ward Mr. Flckas and Fred A. Grayuin were on the ticket and Mr. Flckaa received a majority of thirteen votes. Neither man made any special effort to be elected. There was but one candidate In each of the other wards and but oae for mayor. The people may feel assured of a safe City council. They are all good business men and property owners and will carry out a safe and sane policy. Mayor-elect Noble Is a man of con- siderable experience In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

oooooooooooooooooodoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc SJNEW NOVELTY GOODS We have just received a shipment of the newest novelty goods including Hand Bags Mesh BagsJ Vanity Purses Jabbots Hair Ornaments Chemisetts Barettes Bar Pins etc.. and I invite you to come in and o o see the pretty things o 0 0 o o 0 0 o o o o o East side of Square f0 0CL I. o 0 OOOOOOOOQOOOQOOOOOQOfJQCegOOOOOOOOOOC OOOOOO QOOQOOOOOOOOO ooooooeooioooc 00000000 J SOU c 4 C a r 1 lie Bxxtr &fnual i. H. IIAH0Y A HON Publisher. wvyh srxnAv .it iio.mk. Absorbed Hcurry County New Till ComlnK West The Western Light 1802 una into Kntered In the postoffleo at Sny- der Texan an second clasa mall matter. Four Weeks Constitute a Month. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation whlci: may appear In the columns of The Signal will be gladly corrected ll "alien to the attention of the editor. The Abilene Heporter la doing tome hard work t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

w m i w 0 1 9 j V 1 0 0 o o o I. 4 o-Hw l A I- Effl Cream 11 IPlQDEB 1HXX IMITS Pure Healthful Dependable Its active principle solely grape acid and baking soda. It makes the food more delicious and whole- some. The low priced low grade powders put alum or lime phosphates in the food. Ask Your Doctor About That 'I he freeze we bail .nut v.vek killed most all the fruit. Tbe farmers are planting sonio these pretty (laH. They think there Ih enough season hi the ground to get their crops up. Mrs. mill .Mm. .1. K. Ilrown went to Snyder last Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and their daughter I'earl of lt(il)y have been in our midst the pant week visiting relative and friends. MIbs Floy Harris spent lant week visiting at Ira. I). C. Drown and wife W. K. Cap- erton and wife left last Thursday for Loraine where they will attend district conference. We have a One Beaton In Rround to plant feed on. the Light foot went down east after wood last week. Several hard freeze but fruit Is n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

O oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o pecial . Cake Sale Friday O And Saturday T O V 8 S .7 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 000000000009000000000000000000000000000 DISTRICT OIUTORY CONTKHT HrXO IT KWKKTWATKR Laat Friday mid Saturday were day of anxloiiH Interest In educa- tional circles In Snyder. Tbut was the time for the diHlrlrt tryout In tlm oratorical contest between represen- tative student orators from Snyder Abilene Sweetwater Roby uinl a number of other schools. Tim contest mine off Friday and Saturday with Mm finale on Sutiir. day night at Sweetwater. Snyder wan represented by Willi Ktihank and Homer Watklu lu Oru- tory and (iiayum linker In d' Initia- tion. Our boys had In K" up UKaltiHt well trained young Cl.cros from a num- ber of good schools :md they made a fine show lug. The I i it luive well nuirkcd ora- torical talent ami their homo peo- ple were proud of them nnd while th Itoliy team ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

DGOOOO 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooo oooooodoooooo O y Goods and fl iBii o We have a nice stock of both and if you have not bought that Spring bill yet we want you to take a look at our stock. A Shipment of New Shadow Laces just in and we are selling them awful cheap. You should see them beiore you buy trimming for that New Dress. Ladies Wash Skirts $1.25 We have a new lot in. Come and see them. Queen Quality Bland Slippers We have in a new shipment in all the new Latts. You will have to see them trappreciate their real worth. We appreciate' your patronage and promise to serve you with better values. Come to see us. HUNTER MERCAN TILE CO. o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oooooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooeoooo ooooooooooooo cqqoqooooooooo ooooooooooooo OI.I TIMKS OI.lt 1 IllKNIW. OM liOVK There are no days like the Kood old days The days when we were youthful When humankind was pure of mind And speech and deed were truthful; Befo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

I mill J f The H. G. Towle Jewelry Stock will be sold at Public Auction piece at a time commencing CI 3 Hp La Li 0 0 fa n. At O O 0 and 7oB0 p0 m And Continue Daily at these Hours until Further notice Any article displayed in stock will be sold at Public Auction. Stock consists of Diamonds Watches Gold Jewelry Sterling Silver Hand Painted China Umbrellas Toilet Goods Silverware Clocks etc. This immense stock will be offered at Public Auction where you can buy at your own price. Every article sold in this sale will be sold under my positive guarantee- Ladies are especially invited to attend these sales. Handsome pres- ents will be given away free at the close of each sale. f i 3 nn nn prn W 73 i J Saturday April the 5ftlhB At 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. and will continue daily at these hours until further notice. Dora'H: let anything keep you fcoinni H:Ehis saBe to row E Jeweler n Sale Conducted by James 11. Potts America's Best Known Auctioneer.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

''o V 1 t ' v vr 1 1 h n m 1 v. mm . -.i j- 3 ifidren Cry for Fletcher's TLo mnd You l(av Always Ilought hud whleh lms been in wo for ovrA CO years lias burno tho Hlirmitura of y2r sfst an(1 mH l"'vn m1 "'tl ' I"'r supervision slneo It. Infancy. AIlow.no 0110 to deceive you In tliN. All Counterfeits Imitations and "Miist-ns-good" aro but JiXperlinentM llmt tr-m.. ..in. ...1 ... . - . - .... nun milder 1110 iirailll OI iitfauU and ChUdrcii-Kxperleuro ngiilnst Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Cantorln Is a Iinrmlesn oubKtitiito for Castor Oil Pare- goric Iropu nnd Soothing Syrupn. It 1m I'leasimt. It contains neither Opium Morplilno nor other Sareotlo Mibstaneo. Its iifre 1h its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd nllays 1'eveilNliness. It eures Dlarrlm a and WIikI Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and IlovteN giving healthy nnd natural sleep. The Children's l'unacea Tho Mother's Friend. dfeNuiNE CASTOR I A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 4 April 1913

A Steadily Growing Drug Business . . here la the remit of our thoroughgoing service to our custom- rn. We spare no effort to please and the average man finds .hat our service advice and treatment of our customers Is mimd1 conservative trustworthy and of the right kind. Come where you will get the benefit of experience coupled Aith Intelligent handling of your drug business. We Invite your hiiBlnes. We will appreciate It. OWL" DRUG STORE The Drutf Hook and Stationery House F. V. CLARK Druggist t Monte llowron was a visitor In Kluton Tuesday night where he help ed furnish music for the regular weekly dance at that place. hub bock Avalanche. M. O. Jarrer.u of Dullus special agent for the Hartford Insurance Company was a buslncs visitor In Snyder lust Friday. Ke O. Ii. WllkJmon Lumber Co. for llirta'darc fence poet. Fruit growers In Kat Texaj think the peach crop has nearly nil been killed by cold weather. Htrayed) or Stolen. From the pi ce of K. A. vlale k n.llcs West f Ira one fawn co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

aaaa'1'll ! y- y'V' ' 5 Volume XX Knyder Scurry County Texas Airil II I Hi it .Number 43 : i I. vs.. 0 .0 6 MISS MONRdE ENTERTAINS AS GRADUATING EVENT MIhb kudu Monroe a pupil of Mrs. F. Ilutchoson's School of Expros- slon gave lior graduating recital at the ChrlBllan Church laat Friday night before a largo and Intelligent audience. She was OBBlBted by Mrs. 10. II .HarnoH rs pianist. The recital embraced the read- ing of Alice Hagan Itiec's entire book "Sandy" and the story called for the Impersonation of 18 separate characters and these were all pre- sented In characteristic t;ne dic- tion and dialect. It requires a fin- ished artist to present so difficult a reading In so comprehensive a way but Miss Monroo met every point In Its fullest measure. She Is a reader of marked talent and excellent training. She Is one of our own homo girls and we all feel that she will reflect great credit not upon herself alone but also up- on her teacher and our educational and social Institutions. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

SKJNED MANY IJ1L1-8 VKTO I'SED ON ONE Governor Colquitt liud a busy day lust Friday und vetoed the Iiouho bill providing that county roinmlHHlonerii shall not creato an Indebtedness of over thrco thouands dollars for re- pair work without the consent of the people on the ground that dam. age from fire or uny other cadse might require an expenditure of over three thouiiand dollars when a spe- cial election was railed which would cost a large sum. The governor signed the bills abol- ishing the degrees of murder for a constitutional amendment Increasing the pay of legislators to twelve hun- dred dollars per year and five dol- lars per day 'or special sessions; prohibiting hazing at the Ktato In- stitutions; providing for an election to vote on the constitutional amend- ment for the Initiative and referen- dum; placing county officers on a alary baa's; recalling the Hoiiho bill to home rule; Indeterminate sen- tence law; and providing that the county commissioners shall receive not over...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

0 scriticv ror.vrv citizen r IIUMK FUO.M SOUTH TEXAS V A V 0 5 0 y 5 ) ; i . v. immmmmmmmimmtmmmmmimmmmi in i ill h 1 1 m L For Infanta an .1 Children. PS ALCOHOL 3 I' Kit nt'HT Ac8c!ii!)lePrfpan(ionror- similaiiiiSiitcHioiJanilRfi'iiia lnifi!lipSio(naflaruluv.vlsi i'romolcs Difstionferfu! rtcss aiul IksLConlalns nciiiw Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. mjl IXAKCOTIC. flnfJm SrtJ" JlxJnwn luiitaiukUia Sugar iwwm ttnw. Anerfprl Remedy rorOmsllti I Ion Sour Slomach.Dtarrhota WornfoitTjlsions.mTnsh ncss ami Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Sijnamr of NEW YOHK. The KM You Have Alw.j3 Bought Bears the Signature of Aw IT ! mil1 u rra u In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC DIMTAUH OMMN NIW TORI OITT i mm i i ill ill j Roscoe Snyder Pacific Ry. RF.AD DOWN SCHEDULES Texas & Pacific I ( K A 1 1 I I West Hound. Hast Hound. No. 3 Ar. Robcoo 6: DC p. m. INo. 6 I-v. Kos.oo 10:08 p. m. No! 7 Ar. Hobcoo 6:10 p. m. I.No. 8 I.v. Koscoo 6:00 n. m. No! S Ar. Uobioo 7:r.5 a. m. .N'. 4 I-v. Kos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

81 (J C last pro sha ova pall the age ml a thn rial cob T lahl com the dre lar pro tit to i met dun ala to tent coui not rote ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo m ALLUMLNUM DTh A STER FREE 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 Home of the Belle of Wichita timsoii D: Phone 296. o o 0000000000d00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000900000000 vVi 4 ri.i v.ww NF.WS J. F. Dowdy and family of Wal- nut SprltiKH an- visiting friends and relative In our town (IiIh week. Joo Calhoun and wife of llorm- IoIkIi came In Sunday. Mrs. Callioun will v 1 h i t her parents Mr. and Mm. J. M. Green for a few days. Joe re- lumed home on .Sunday rveiiing's train. J. A. J. JoueH and II II. Ilayueg were elected trustees In Saturday's rivet Ion. N. Heaver one of Scurry county'; old time citizeiiH lut who moved to Lyford Texas a Hhort time ago cmiio In Sunday for a few days vlnlt unci to whiil it i Home of Mm business. Mr. He...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

nmvi" " 6 THE VOIt XXVI. .NO. U. ( 1 -I" i i ; o Hit; o ?' fur t lie . dctriycI. kt' presence ti i-' ' jr. 's ; '$Y r y I that X i 1 COMIC AXD MAGAZISE SECTIOS NYDE SXYDKH. sciHUY u nty. tkx.ns april i i. mm. rH WGHT INTO THU fflffe W 1ft 6 f r 'J 4 " 71 I m yr 1 o ' 1 S" rTp 1? I V 1 ' ON. . G'NAL "pj ngbl 191. Wm Color Trim Co.. u ir It at Ir of 'i Wish Vftu HAD N"TV 1oj : 1 a .V n COMt ON WLV 7" ! 1 i it 1 JT. uf- ' I. aw &3 bi i n tin i fW :v- : . ..-.to S1 w . - !

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

1. .'. a;... PAREPA-ROSA'S GREATEST'SONG 30 Incident of a Grand Opera Singer of Long Ago 4 M liu but bett J tan wee Mo sag of t.c t.il po Kl i C. IX 'C It kl w Dy J. C. HENDERSON M ANY year ago. in the city of London a poor widow living a hard life of neve ending strupgle for bread and butter was deprived by death of the one treas- ure she had in ' all the world her only child. For fiiteen years mother and daughter had toiled together." their only ray of sunshine being their loving oompanionship. But the girl a always delicate and at lt under the heart- broken mother watchful eyes she faded and waited away with consumption. For many months the two had been supported by the ser- ine which the mother could Ret to '"take home." and it was while miking a visit to one of the east side London tenement houses that a woman well known in the musical circles of that city t ame upon the struggling pair gave the mother employment and with books and flowers and itindlv word. wort (he love of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

r i i .-v.--.- - .w. .ju:... . c w. .j MtAgt&zr tort Mv .--l f .efejaiuai-- - ... c:?xi Mw diul j I. - - ' T "y v - T an 'They at Once Cave the Alarm. INDIAN RAIDS IN TEXAS By Col. Acie Sooner N rc i .ii' i John OTWlTHSTAN'OIXfi the battle nf An telope Hills has been coptous.y expi.u- cd hv almost cvcrv writer on Indian warfare in Northwest Texas 1 have con- i : ...: li.jittr. clmled In rccoiuii ii I" Colonel Buck Hart v. who died recently at W a -nut Springs Ii. i- "". Texas although f-d not ruri.nr'i - m lc aMV 1 'V 1 was alt nvan: :i..ciairi vs ' f Ford who w.v m coinnmid on tuts n:e i orablc ocas.. n. This was the first great battle in winch the Totikawas participated since their terrible con- flict with the allied tribes in I'aln Hiiro canyon. The scenery on the South Canadian at the ft of Antelope Hills was rough and almost unapproachable. This was the home H the fierce Comanches. When pursued hv government troops they invariablv rctreatc.l ' to this refuge where they' fel...

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