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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

the Spanish friar where a trading post and a mission school stood in the davs when Texa belonged to Mexico. The walls of three build- ing were in excellent preservation and without great expense were trade t'i accommodate the agents of the Kansas firm in which to tre their pood and open supply store. The two large building were occupied by James Lang- ton and Ired Leonard and the maller one wa taken possession of by lim Hanrahan with a general store. Tom Keefe started a blacksmith shop in the old chapel. Fred Leonaral a No erect- ed a stockade anil conducted a waj.-.n yard and a me house for the freighter and hunter'. This trading pot prew into importance soon and tiecame a center for traffic in hides. Roving hands of Indians became troublesome and bepan to attack isolated camp and rumor were afloat that a concentrated attack would be made on "Adobe WalN." The medicine men of she Comanches were conjuring tip "p .o'l me !i- cine" that would allow the Indian to kill the hunter while t...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

J 1 it.- I .1 . sent uown oy inc neatnen gois trom heaven to dcPtiV'y t Item Emm these horses and cattle are ilcsce"ler1 tlic herds and flocks of today with no tniY'rc r'f new Idood until toward the end of the iwi'ftconth century. The horses and cattle are of a degenerate type small ungainly and used to iVfr'ci't ;"d hard usage. The horse is chiefly nstvl for saddle purposes and is not reared in large numbers. The mule and burro is more generally used in every part of the country be- ing hardier more intelligent and better adapted fur service as a draft and pack animal. The transport of merchandise and produce was whol- ly by means of pack animals before the advent of railways and is still the common means of transport away from the railway lines. For this purpose the sure-footed burro is invaluable. In some districts however oxen "and ox carts are employed especially in the southern states and always in the open level country. The varying climatic conditions of Mexico have pro- duc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

...nmnrrrnT-i''' - " ' vf 'irr.T'T!Tr ;rT7;':T.nVT. v1f:'. T ' vT'v 11! V V ' TV ' ' - Tfe Fine Arts ' Si CHiCAco-rHiLAnri.PHi oiiA.n OI-KHA lOMr.M. Navr hu Iiallai engoyaJ ifruat muilril treat at thai Klvon by tlm Cblrar-Philadelphia (Irani! opera com- pany. Muilo lovar orowdeil lhe Coll- am during the four opera to hear th different artlaL. Many people ware unabU to cure tlrketa for Set- tirday nlsht when the reut rolura- tura toprano Tetratilnl "PI" ari'1 In lxnletllt l.ui-la da Kainmeritmnr. Tatraitlnt at oma re-fin rilzi-il that nit" waa ltnln before a Ta au.llenr. and har glorloua lonm which have captivated the hearer of tho entire mualcal world. flowed out with all tti frrahnett and freentaa of Hie lauich vt a child. Such mv. of tonal beauty were n-rer haard before. They a routed the. heart of her hearere. and tlirv Cava to her th tniatrtl ovation ever Uindarad anon. Her Krai'loutm' ad thorough love for her aiiilliTire rauaad htr to iat atlrt all f'irniulll and outlum and rdl...

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

" 7'.' '."V.7" r 'vv.v.v r7-. . ... .. . y y; .-v.-H ' f " :"''f i i'C 'lTTJ TTfTTT TT.TN" ! . i tt w Ah ORGAN'S MEN STORIES OF THEIR EXPLOITS As Told by C. W GEERS One of Morgan's Men maile tin ileninnstra- at nightfall tieneral i move with I V ;t 1 1 1 Duke left Abingdon at ni;;ht- falt ami encamped alx'tit three miles front the town mi the Salt ville road. The enemy en- tered Ahiniidnii at about in i i'i'Ii iik. ilrivini' nut nnr rear b picket o almiit thirtv men and causing another sudden flight nf nnr clerical foree. Duke's brigade' was imme- diately gotten under anus in e.ei-tati' hi nf an advance hut the eneiiiy inn veil down the mad toward iladc Spring" nll ''' "i:i'n Uhe s;"" direction. 1 Juke moved hi1- brigade rapidly to Faltvi'.ie reaching 'I1-'1 p'iu c before noon. fiener.tl nrerkcrridge had already concentral- ed there all of the. leservrs that could he col- lected and which had just returned from the val- lev. Vaughan had retreated when he found him-M-lf cut off towar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

Sorghum Seed ( aw laa. Yalta! RnM Jaraaalriw trtlraakra fnfrl Palalun Jaaa or. Reichardt & Schulte Co. THK TK.IM ly.KU MO UK. iH-Jo Mlliim !. Monalon. T Ik ! 1-0 II.. rlaliralrd. FORT ORTH WELL DRILLING MACHINES Me llaril for laat tn- I - - f I va ) ara " M ill -it. I'm d In W rir 1 11 t v I In !! I I on r w on i it w 1:1 I mi iiim; i ii.. Jraalaua r. war I aaiar JUS r 1 1 fur Cat. ! tin-1 I'rR.a UK an.Hna ai1-f i Mi i 111a n.: Hunter state (lid! lt year wa the besf sea-on f-ir deer that has been had in Texas f'r many car and that the protection of thr law on these animal is beginning to how it-elf in tli'- inrrrted nnm ter l be found in thr state. Egg Producer r raahrat llralar Shall far Pmiltrr. I'hlrki a iu l'lK"ina Aak your dsar i or wrtta Wllk.na A Plant. lialKaii.ii J Tnaa fla iuftn a-1i tr.il!.in ihr awr I SEEDS THAT SUCCEED Hot true to name garden eed Write fur price list We will buy j our ( ow-1 'ea. 'Jump us price Hargrave's S?d Store 2008 Strand St. Galveston. Texa ll...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

Give Special Vttention to buying aV selling stork in nil Insurance and Trust Companies doing business in Texas. Get our prices before trading. The Dallas Exchange Wilson Bldg. Dallas. Texas tin iiiiiirrrii.il arWrtUT ntrnlt.in lh1 ).tiu. Stocks and Bonds We buy and sell the stock of Texas Insurance Companies Hnnks Trust Companies and Industrial Corporations. Write us for quotations whether you want to buy or sell. T. F. Den man Union National Bank Bldg. Houston Tca'an. (lit auaitrrlna; aila-TUaT. mi-ntlrwi thl. nan-iM C. II. School Praaldrnl. Geortra H. rilrd Sec'jr. and Traaa. Corporation Audit Company fliMlf Auditor and Ari-nnntantaj. Wa atratrhtan and adjust eomplloat. d booka and aa i'..uM for any bual. naa and for town and countlea Oeaerat nflpa Jtianlta Rullrilag. Talaplmnn Main :S7. DALLAS. TEXAS. (la aawrtnf ad'sniMri a.tliithla P'JJW ill) anawr1ii B'lTllar mriilln Ilila n-r i Iini'sTdS hT(:k rim is-. At th w.klr "1"" inurku ili f' n'la. h'l-l In Hl nfflr "f I. f. I hi i ..i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

1 Wholesome Coffee Maxwell House Blend is agreeable coffee free of all waste and foreign matter. It has no excess of acid or harsh after -taste and combines with all food frtutffl with- out harmful reaction SaJJ mm rnt gractrt Oiaak-rtcal CoH. Cn.. S..IU. Htaatea. JarlaflU. tin nwrti-: lTft1r mntla Ma nipr.l It is estimatr.1 that tin .Viagra falls if completely harnr sserl wonM yield 5(x . hnr.e-prrw-e-r equivalent to the consumption of im.nm inns of enal a day. WOMEN II 4llmi'llr I A kmo'I rn pli k l fi. im.l In. In n in I f il V.'n Iihv 11 lull mid "i'l- it lii'Hiilv riii'ri Llllim von hinv to Imrnllix liivi-H prnliy alul t i i ' i". Till rnur i MiiMihl ha r t- l ' iih It In full if lin-rlt II 1'1 ii. f 'i i ii lull I fiMt r ! . fln- unit forniuliifi uh.--1 Th. nt.... .. will tia niBll.. n rn.-lpl "f !'. n lilrii In h.-p fur lihv I'M .if til' ' -rniilm m-M 111 rniita.- All rm r.'M""1-ti-inc tratl .nri.laiiilnj iiii'l i.-iii" "Til In t'UIn rnvrli" M l UK im: itio. I'Mlnrflo tlitl 1...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

ooc!ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooboooooooo O o o o o o o o 0 o o o o 1 FDirv Goods ns m V vmanassasma iWIVffavTWWPirrwr'"riij-jiw ni.ns. r- .-- - -.. . . linery o 9 o o o o o 1 o 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 belore you buy trimming for that New Dress. O o o o o o ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0000000000000 n Dili vjl!ili TV 111 j luiYIl li iLio o O O O O O O O O Their superiority is confirmed by their long established record. There are more sold now than ever before. Sold on easy terms old machines traded for by E. W. Hancock Oflice South Side Squure O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOf: o POOL HALL MOVED o - o o o o o o I am now in charge of the Pool Hall and have moved It to the Wilmeth Building where I can accommodat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

- V T It ll K f ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o NEW NOVELTY GOODS ...... We have just received a shipment of the newest novelty goods including Hand Crocketed Beaded Purses Bulgarian Purses Beautiful Mesh Bags Jabbots beautiful assortment of Colars Spun Glass Hair Ornaments set with Pearls and Brilliants Bar Pins etc.. and I invite you to come in andsee the pretty things. East side of Square o ))0 DodSOttl O QOOQOooocofeft00ocoooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooQooooooooooQOQOOQQOO 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o GJlje &nyirr Atonal J. H. 1IAKOY & WON Publishers. Almorbed Hcurrjr County .Noun Tho Coming. Went The Western Light mio I (MO Filtered In the postoffiee at Sny- der. Texna as second elnss mall matter. Four Weeks CoiiBtltule a Month. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person. Arm or corporation whlru may appear In tho columns of The 8lgnal will he gladly corrected U allea to tho attention of th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO c o o o Tit T1 o o o o o o o o VJ IT uare savs: .Bo 1 0 o o o o o o o o o o o 0 That the Saginaw Silo is worth investigating He is agent for them. Will pay flw Itself in ne Yeair 9 o o o o o o o 6 o o o ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooo ooooooooooocc o o 9 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 Famous "Light Crust" Flour Is Uiq delight of eerjr cook. It pay in Um long run to buy Flour that doe what "the beet" in supposed to do. We handle the "Golden Gato" brand Tea (Joffwi Ki tract Hplee Kol a Ftc J. W. Templeton Your Up to Date Grocer 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 out gasoline engine U0000000000009000000000000 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o BURTON LINOO CO O Successors to Snyder Lutr.Ur Company O A Complete line of all kind of building material Bh. . . . I la... O o o o o o o o o carried. Fencin&r of ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 11 April 1913

The Sign of a Good Drug Store Training cuts Ice in Prescription work. Our advantage along this lino hns been exceptional and thorough. Four years biiccobb In Snyder and with never a mituke. Though we have rubbed up against Home knotty one requiring the care. Kklll and precision of experience. Ilrlng us your prescriptions. Also give us your drug business a. we ran greatly aid you In solving any problem that may come up In connection with your drug wants. i OWL DRUG STORE The Uriii? Hook and Stationery House F. V. CLARK Druggist T. K. Campbell was hero Monday from Ira. J. TI. White Is advertising a good Jack for Bale S. J. Uttlcpage was here from Ira k th the first Monday crowd. Shave with Garrett & Norrls on the West Side of the Square. Homer Cotton went to Plalnvlew Tuesday. Goods bought at auction sa'o will not be engraved free. II. U. Towlo. T". C. WasBon made a business trip to Amarlllo this week. See Hardy M. Iloyd for Abstracts over State Hank. l-tf- Rev. I). H. Hurt made a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

x ( J ' ' ' Ni h 9 Nnyder Scurry Count)- To April 18 11)1.1. Number 1 1. i'l? I i 5 ft ID 'v- II ( ll CITY COl'MIl IIOMM Sl'KCML SESSION Mcivsures Adopted to Prevent Hpreiwl I I liiK of Scarlet fever. j ' I A report hecamo generally clrcu- lilted hero early Monday morning j that there win scarlet fever In town end as a pre. ant ion iiijilnst a spread Int; of the disease the city council met In called si ssion to consult over the mutter. County Health officer In. II. P. Homier Minted to the conn- j .v j r:Mo of improvement nftlv- cll that (here were then three cases riM.us .1 slrc'ims. In 'ildiim 111 town. f levecs tn prevent oven'ovs III Mayor Noble announced the ap- j v p ; case ir on led liidel.fodiio.es poliitinent of Dr. W. U. Johnson as hl ;r numuhl not to exceed city health office. i ore. half of the assessed valuation of A molioti prevailed reconitiieiidlnn 1 1 . lands of the district to be re- lo the ( Ity hi hool hoard whose pre-j laluied ; and except further that slilont D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

FLUVANNA NEWS J. K. Dowdy ami family after two week vlhlt with friends and relatives returned to their homo ut Walnut SprlnRH Sunday. J. N. York T. C. Hay and Ira Alnsworth shipped In twelve cars cattle that they had purchased from parties near San Angelo. Considers tlon not known. Ilev. J. II. Tate and J. A. Stately Sr. left Friday for Sweetwater to attend PreRhytery. Quito a number of our cKIzciih attended county court laHt week at the capltol. Among I he oiieK at lend I lie were h. F. Heaver. W. J. Heav f r 8. lleaver J. It. and Walter WIIIh B. J. Williams h. K. ryeatt. J. M Hunter. Fred Morris W. It. Croft W. II. Dane C. K. Ilutcheson. Jim Wooten H. F. Dargll. Joe McDer mott J. W. Knight. K. A. Holes tint H. H. Ilaynes Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Collier and daughter Iva left Sunday for Ham lin In response to telei;ruin niinoiinc Ing tho serious Illness of Mm. C. M Bhlpman. Mr. DanlnlH of Culorndo moved In Friday with his family and now nan charge of tin Mnorcland ntid Stev enson Wagon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

XWvT ron ry tor Fletcher's m&FF Fresh Teas V F tin lit ml i mi ir..n t . In lisn fn- ... ' "'"'K't aii.i Mlil.li limited! "so for .r ..aps 111S l((irno (io sI;rimtir( vf IX Sr? 7-"" 1:H "'' 'Io uiidcr Ills ht- jfftii&ii'v m"mI 'lTvlsim s'.ncn its infamy. AM fmi ..r i. T I1V 10 "' l lvo.YOH I.l tills. iU'ants ncl (.hildrc n - k. letiro iijiulnst I-vpoi lnu nt. What is CASTOR I A ... m Pf ""MI H.vr. It Is I'lcsatit. It -tains H 1or 0l Mrl0 i.r other Narcotl. n. 'n"'" H fer"'r'. H l.st..vs Worm allays J .-vorUlmesM. Jt vun s IManhuu and AVIn.l .....i i'-i . V Tn TroiiMoH rnrcM Constipation l r latiilcncy. It assl at. s tin J'ol r.riilatoH tho Mo.nHj.han.l n.Mvils.Klvlntf l.enllhy a.ul n.rturul ulct-p. Tho ( liildrt n's I'ainu c.i-Tlio MullicrVi i'rlciid. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAY Bears the Signalize of The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 'hi ef htu cokmnt. tr Muiiii) irf ri Nrw ok errr. mmt II IIiIh ii i i i en (1 tn f ii t taken effect shall hold lliclr off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

.. OOOOOOoVo" ? yir . i ' TT ' ' o o M Aimir ka Vlnmih' All J o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o I 11 11 1 "" I""IB"" The "coupon way" of buying your groceries is convenient. Get a book now. """J UBUJ We have everything: good to eat and receive the fresh goods every day. Let us be your grocer this month and see what excelent ser- vice can do. The er Groc O o 0000000000900000G000000990000000000eOO OCDOOOOQOO33O0OOOaOOOKOOOCOOOOOOOCOOOO o o o o o o o o go o o o o o o o o 9 o o o 010 113 - 2nd ProMM.rl Aiiiciiiliiient to Ntnte Cuimi tuition Pr.n fli iiu nil Stale Dislrii I Coil lily nml I'reclnct Of. fleers vtllliiii Hie Stiile Shall It l'iiiM-iiiliil by I ln I'ii.i meiit of lxc Siiliirir. (II. J. II No. 41 ) Joint Itesoliitlon Of tin' I.i'kImIiiI Mil- of tlif Stftl of Texas proposing nn ainciidtncnt to the ('oiintl!u'l"ii of ihi SI ill ly ad- (II NK to Aril' l I'l thereof ti n' K-i -I Ion to In- knonn im H'cHnii f..i. pro- viding for tin" li'liiir- ii ii 'I cotnpi -ima- l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

.3 TUI Statement of the Financial 1 V r A- No. 6680. KKPOIIT OF THK CONDITION OF No. 7636. IlKItHtT OF THK CONDITION OF OFFICIAL 8TATKMKNT OK THK FINANCIAL CONDITION OF OFFICIAL HTATF.MKNT OF THK FINANCIAL 1'ONDITION OF THK IH'TIKS AXI PAV OF PF.ACK OFFICKHS. ondltlnn of (he 0 - irst State Bank & Trust Cn ll ' V((.P. StlltB flf Tnvno n( 1 1. clov bllil SlgnalHt i biisliu'gs on the 4t!i tiny of publlKliHj In (ho Snyder newspaper printed and published ut Snyder State of Texas on the 11th day of April 1913. Ilfsnurrpg. Loans and Dlm-omitt personal or rollat- lateral $ 96 144 35 Loans real eHtate . . Overdrafts Ileal KBtate (ImnkliiR house) Other Heal Kstate . . Furniture and fixtures Due from approved He serve Afients net. . 9 778 00 NONE 15 COO 00 715 00 3 fiOO 00 28 891 31 Cash Items 614.13 Currency 3535.00 Sperle 4673.!t(t S 7 2 :i 03 Interest In Depoltors Ounranty Fund ... SS7 !M Total . . $ 1 3-1 339 51 Liabilities Capital Slock paid in f.Vi oou 00 Surplus ' miki (mi I'ndlvlde...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

i . i J. 8. IIAUDY SON rulillhlii-m. Absorbed Keurrjr County -News Tlie CoiiiIiik Writ Tin Wcmciii Unlit I Hill! 11)10 I'litere.! III l!iJ i"intofrii' at Kny der. Tex.iH iih mvonil i Lies 1 11 ii i I mut ter. Four Veckn ('oiiHtituti! Month. Any erroiuoiiH reflection ilium tlu chiirurtcr MtuliililiK. T rcpulatl"!' of nnv iiertion. firm i.r ".:rir:itloii whlei-. may aipoar In ttio ruliit'.iiiH ' Tho Slptuil will lo Clii'Hy eorreiteil 11 allfii to t tie nttctitlim of tin) imII tor. NrwKpnpiTH Imvo Jint Tom Hall up an a ruinllilutn for governor next yi'Hr. There'll Im ii dozen before tlii pong riiiK to Mart. Our new mayor la BoltiR to ln a live wlro. Ho In a man of Ideas aud In apt to have notnotliln doltm all the time. Senator TlllniHii. of South Caro- lina nan Introdiired a renoltitlon to prohllilt nmokliiK In the Situate Chamber. H.imil on bis advocacy of a protertlvo tariff of 111 rent n pound on tea hemline they hail a few ten Krowem In his state. It might he that If he lived In Ke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

v - - .- - - Clark o o o o a o o o o o o o That the Saginaw Silo is worth investigating He is agent for them. o IIS pay for itself an me Yeair s 0C000000QOO0OO0OOOOOO9COG0000OO900OO0000CQOfi0O00O0000Q0000OOOC9O00O0O30O S3. bays: o x o o o o 0000000000090 OO0OQOOOGOCS 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 Famous "Light Crust" Flour I tli9 of rorjr cook. It pay in the loriK ru'i to buy a loiir thnt (lot's wlinl "Ilia best" is supposed to do. We handle the "Onldeii (into" brant. Hi('M Soda I)tr 1'eax t'offwH Kitracta o o Q 0 o o o o o o CD o o o o o o o o o o ft o o o Mil km i-s ham-:. J. W. Templeton Your Up to Dato Grocer u 00000000 00O0OOGtfOO0O oooooooooooooooooooooo o BURTON LINOO CO o o o o c o o o o o o o o o o o o ....uunr til NllVcW IjUil I '. ( .'oil I Vny A Complete line of all kind of build.nJC material carried. Fencing of all Winds a .pecialty PAINT. 8EK I'S Vtm AUCOTI-M. A Hl'KUAl IAINT H IMHIKH ANI CEMItNT II I I l.lINi. A(JENTS Kim TflK KAM.M S nTTHM .... ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 18 April 1913

"DRUGS" It is not only a business; it is primarily a PROFESSION Our part Ir. It la the rare In tlio prcpara Ion of your pre.m rip- tioiis. An to me that tho drunH entering them arc Htandardljed nml rl-lit bmh us to quality ami purity. You ure wife: your docior Kef: l'.:o looked for resulti: when o rill your proHerlptlmiH. Free Delivery Phone 221 OWL DRUG STORE Tin Dnitf. Hunk ami StatimiPiy MotHc F. V. CLARK Druggist Hnnki to Closet Next Monday April 21 It San Ja clnto day and the three banks will remain cloned ull day In observance of the lenul holiday. Sinned: The Snyder National Hank The r'lrxt National Hank. The Klrnt State Hank and Trunt Company. Shave with Garrett & Norrls on the Went Side of the Stpiaro. Prof. John W. I.cftwlrh Huper- Inteiideiil of the llermlelKh Bchool nc eoinpaiiled by Mrs. heftwleh were vlnltltiK In Snyder Saturday and Sunday. Keninnnt Wull I'aper at Warren Hros Mr. and MrH. K. J. (5rayuni have Kiiie to Stamford to upend a week. Mini; Weaver landed in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder Signal — 25 April 1913

0 I ; Volurn ;e XXVI Snyder Scurry County Texas April 23 IMS. Number 43. HUE RIS FALL OVER IHE WEST THE EFFECTS OF E BIGHT OF TENURE r I ' CONTESTANTS III WILL POO DALLAS BUSINESS SCURRY COUNTY OVERPRODUCTION FIRE DEPARTMENT IN IN SNYDER ) f a- rk V- '" Vs- lo ICS Hit Icli ) ft i-.ii el . i; ii III' I'. ru- lis 1 I'llt . J at- Scurry County Specially niossod. AH the Creek Are Xiv I tun- ning. Knmll (in I n Crops (ircutiy Itencfited. Aa long oh Went Texas can get a good rain every two weeka tho peo- ple are encouraged lo lulleve that thin country hi coming out to the good In (Ino shupe. It bus liren notic- ed this spring that nearly everybody has tint! a n st of faith that 1913 would nrovo a goon crop yecr. The contlnuud windy weather bus heen coiiHldered hy old timers as a fnvor- ablo Indication. A three nuarter Inch rein on April 8 nave a nice growing noason and the high hi lit )i wind of laHt week culminated Tuesday night In tho best downpour known hero for a long time. There were...

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