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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 19 September 1913

wwaggooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Yy Elver Haten a od PJsaonftl? Tnc happiest one in the home is the housewife who takes from the oven, finely baked, even texture bread, and io insuregood baking she knows she must have good flour to start with and the Belle of Wichita is the best I 5 Have i f 0 I 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o 0 0 0 o 0 0 The Famous Belle of Wichita Flour Wo sell and guarantee the Hello of Wichita Klour. If you tiro "t satisfied all we ask Is that you let ux know. We want tmtlsf customers, and In order to B!, n those we propose to handle nothing lint the best groceries and at t ho leant possible price cotiHlHtent with pood business, heme we offer to you the faiimtm ilelle of Wlrhltii Flour which has I n t tied and round not wanting In either (uiilily iiml price. I.I.ST OF CON T F.HT. i X TS. MISS l:r'l( K lUltNKTT . . . In UUl.-.O MISS IMA KM. IS Snyder JMH.-iim MISS OLA ISKIUtV ITeii...

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. — 19 September 1913

OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOQOOOOOOOq 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 o o o o o o 0 9 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o WKh tide 'mums ft - The Fail Seasira Believing that our customers are entitled to every concession that is consistent with a well regulated market place, the management of the Snyder Gro cery Company are here presenting a few prices on "dependable groceries," that should command your attention. Our stock of groceries is known throughout Sny der and her trade territory to be "First Quality" and coupled with that fact, prices such us these certain lv should be an inducement. We have decided on this course. Remember:--That the prices here quoted, are only a few of the many, many, bargains to be found at our store. Cotton While Flour per sack. . f 10 I'ure 'aii' Syrup per buclut . . . Guv Magnolia Kx. High Put. Flour $1.40 Knl Sorghum, gal 40c. IViirl .Moiil, per sack "fie 7 bnrs Lenox Hoop 25c 2." II) sack sugar $1.35 7 pkgs. H...

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. — 19 September 1913

Coate , I'-,. siu itii i"s s 8TATK ok 'n:.s. , I'ounty of Scurry. In .Inst Ice Court, I'reclm t No. 1. Scurry county. Texas. Norvlll Shap leltfh Hardware Company vs. It. I.. Waldrop and A. K. Iteed Whereas, by virtue of an alias ex ecution Issued out of the Justice Court of I're. lnct No. I. Scurry coun ty, Texas, on a judgment rendered In' said Court on the 2:lrd day of June. A. !. 1 ' f',v"r "f ""' ' gald N.-rvl.l ShapleiKh Hardware Co. gainst the said li. Waldrop and K. Heed. No. Hi":!, o'l the oocue, of said court. I d.d. ' n the 4th .lav Lof September A. I. l!ti:i. at o ciock 111., levy upon the ioiiowimk .e rribe'd trads and parcels of land slt- ..i I., the rountv of f urr. Mil"1 ff Texas, and heloiininii to the said Itea.l. to-wlt : l.' t l !,.- In I k No. Thirty six I .. . 1,1,,. li No find lot N'. tnree . . . jKlftv-three S3. all In the town of llermlclKlt. Texa;. as shown by map 'lor plat of said town of ermlelKh. jTexus. of recrd In Ie.d Kecr.li of iScurry county, Texas, ...

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. — 19 September 1913

Sain Bucklen, Ed Crane, H. W. Chllds and J. O. Smith were here from Dallas this week In connection with the Strayhorn insurance case. BUY YOUR ! i Irug, Chemicals, Itull)iT Oomls, Toilet Soaps, Perfumes, V Facts are beginning to show up that Gov. Sulzer of New York was Impeached because he had offended Tammany. Cotton lias been rolling In this week and huh selling Wednesday its high as 13.25. For Bale A three inch wagot good as now, also second hand Spald ing hack. Will sell on fall time, good note. Apply to 12-U C. P. Shafer. Tu it II "O HID ft Cigar, Cold Soda, Rooks, Stationery, Etc. at ."The .Owl." Price Moderate; Service Free Delivery. OWL DRUG STORE The Drug, Hook and Stationery llouso F. V. CLARK, Druggist Snyder pays the top figures for cotton. See Hardy M- Ryyd, for Abstracts, ver State Hank. 41-tf. G. A. Grant is lure from Knnpp doing Jury service. See Hardy M. Boyd, for Abstracts, over Stato Bank. 41-tf. Mrs. (leorge W. Johnson Is report ed much Improved this week. We are...

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. — 7 November 1913

mm Snyder, Scurry County, Texas, November 7, 10:. NiiiiiIkt 2t i::ilLE JAKE MUD PREVENTS CONFESSES . TO PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. 11 ? r i HID NS L h i1!' S l ti 1 1 1 1 . 5. S N DEAD nnin I nn WATERS JRDER OF Gill nUHU Mlitlii li Ml ? i .V T .1. .'.!. Champion, familiarly . n a i 1'pclo Jake Chnmplon, died c iiK! ! !y Wednesday evening id' in Us home, six miles south W. He wan about 79 years !i' us In Snyder Wednesday and i " h he ) i a r been feeble for a year n-j e, lie hail Beemed as well as iir.l. He bad a benit nttaeU while ii. mi iu,d Hfarted hntne In a buggy :!i Mr. turn. On tho way he bad an ! i - iiHack, ami they hurried him Into Mr. Canton's house two miles I ; : side of I ,"- a'iv. m! bis home where ho died lilteB. funeral took place at Snyder ry at 4 o clock iniirsiiay at-j ifv ; I'm) Jl.rr .vns n good clil-'.en. Ho! be rboi;l 1 not stand buck on work s' a native of Alabama, eomliic, tciflni; them. Ho In leady nnyt i an- to x;i ; m -....

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

r ' -.-vrir! HAItOY, Pit KI.E & HAIIDV. Entered In the postofflce at Sny der, Texas, as second class mall mat ter. l ltlDAV, NOVEMIIEK 7, I Mil. NOTICE TO ITIUJC. "Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of Tlie Signal will be gladly corrected if called to the attention of the edi tor. 1)AV E NEW l.Y IN WEST TEXAS West Tixnu Is In fine shape now. The farmers have undo en abund ance of feed Muff and the ritton crop Is the bfHt kro.vn lit re In kov eral years. Scurry county land will never fall with reim-uialdo a .'anon and lands h'-re uro not npt to ever be cheaper than now. The people in (Vi'.ir."! r.nd North Texas can't nford to buy $11)0 land on which to nrow no nw.ro cotton than can be urcwn on $10 and $20 1 and In Scurry oinity. Their children are kiowIiik up and must have room aiwl they will have to no whore lands ar cheaper. They will iw.t cure to u t Enut Texas and milter aiwl ...

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. — 7 November 1913

i, i i a 0 11 4 m 1 i i ), '7 'As V '8 A oooooooooooooooooooooooooo r 1 o o o o OUR ADVICE TO EVERY WOMAN, IS 0 o o o o o o o o o. o o Snyder National Bank. o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo .. U nlulL '. Ml. 'A I'F I V " KV -A. -M J . 1 r - III l i u m W a" V I I I I M Steel Lined Speed Shelli for Fast Bird BIRDS have a right, of course, to flush up where ever they please and fly off nt any unexpected angle I What you want ia the nearest thing to point blank aim the hortcsl os.7)e had Shoot th tptti lir7i-lemiegtc.n lMC Stetl l lmJ Arrow and Nilro Club. They Ret your l.-id to the bird oimlo-r limn, any other (hell known o the .hootmic fotrrnitv. I heir ! l.nina gripi the powdrr. givmtc 1 -f. tka aaarrilnatV lllff T. It a Hemlnglon I MC ide-thnt utrel lmin-o if yon want freed yi niu are thnt ymi gel Iteriiingion-l'MC Arrow or Nilro Club. Ynu will Unci a In'! -eninl ! l'. "! lb "" ' tlf ol ikia l.lnil.ly II. rni lv II. ' K-l Hll "'ll "n HcminJton Antis-l 'nioii Metallic (arlriJise fi. r9 ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

OOOOOOOOOOOOOeoaaOOOOQGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o a Q Q 6 ' ' o v.- Q o o Q Q o WINTER IS COMING 3U a California Blanket, all wool. These blankets will keep you warm and they will last you from 10 to 15 years. Full line of Cotton Blankets, assorted colors, price and sizes to suit you. Since our bijr Reduction Sale we have restock ed in all lines of merchandise. Our goods are new and up-to-date. No old shelf-worn or shoddy goods to offer you, but your moneys worth or your money back with every sale, better goods for where else. Try mc and JL.. East Side Square III I III I. M US 4.4. v.. ,.r.. kiill lonli.u tood ratlin and the ground Ih jm" ' for hreaUiiK Mr. Mark Myem who hax heeii hick for several week is reported hotter. Mr. .iiid Mi K. I To iim-inl were In town l.int Moinl.iy. Stono Carden Ih takiiiK lay off fnc-i lil work at the itln and accom panied Oscar lliilcheson on a hunt and they reported sood luck. Slone lirou...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

COGQeOOOOQQQOOOOGOGQSaOQOGOaoaSGOOG u 0' ' Pollers Golden Gate Coffee and Brown's Sunshine Cakes Demonstrated at the g Up-to date store, Tuesday and Wednesday 11th, & 12th. Everybody invited to come and have a nice time. Q o o o C.J o o o o o 0 a n P5 0 OUR HOME INDUSTRIES 1 if .? '! I"l 4' &2i nil, V In. raairil i-l IJ U U U IJ i;! " -I r , . !; : , , . : " . : i i ., i ... h i i . i h i h. . . : 1 - - i . f j "i .' a . I . ' 1 . ; ' ' ' ' r FLUVANNA NKWS I X X X X X X X X X X Mr. ami Mm. T. V. I'nrk left Sun iliiv fur :i week's visit with their Hon K hols nt Wneo. Mrs. ('. A. .((.iii'S of (lull Ik vIhII Iiik her parents Mr. and Mis. J. A. Weents tills wc'k. . S-650.00O.00a 11 I'i i i Fi 'J ' hUiJl i ' i "i M I i-i r!i m ji , . . Mm.! U lj U ?.J !J! WOEEIGNMCTQR The Kdiirlli Cjnii ilcrly Cun f'Ti'lirc wii liriil nt tin1 Metlm liMt chiin h Iiitc Siituriliiy. TIiitc v.we Fi-vcriil Irli'llit'H ITCHlMlt. A i;uii rain fell lien iiioriilnK. TilrfMny i:i,htim kksulth ix si:vi:x N ...

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. — 7 November 1913

v Ill SINKS XOTICK. WHAT IS A COUNTY AGENT? J ,v r WWi;$HQv, .AND REAP A $8g 1ST IWXKV (V i W"V'V?' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK j of SNYDER, TEXAS oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o O Oldest Lumber Lumber Firm in West Texas. O a O Burton-Lingo o Complete line o o o Building material o o o o Agents for c Sherwin-Williams o Agents for the famous Pitts- g o burg Electric Weld Woven Wire. 2 o a O Don't fail to get our prices on Cedar posts. O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I IIP e.?pL 'ir ifcSI'iti.s ' iO !i ! : :i iii ! Ill, DAUIIIG POWDER . ... . SSJL -I'i mm . ' "I . I I I! I 1. ior.'t m ha Wf rW. ts - U-a Il'i w surij eitei r.nton. Mr. J ". Mwli our rotten n-ti- is ap l-t itile tint ill O-tober IS t!:. rr -d b.-n C t .1 4 lnl cf cotton f'nnr d tn Scurry cout.ty. On the same date In 1912 the gin report for the ounty shewed 5173. 'fS 1 ' 7 ' f 1 I'll " ' LumberCo. f of all kinds of a o o o carried. o the celebrated o o o o Paints. Tlic cook is happy, the other incinln'rs of t ho family arc luip...

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. — 7 November 1913

V f N 0 0 1 , A ' V 7 i 0 'J y o I J ) c? Something Special all the Time at Our Store . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 p o o 0 o o o o Q o o 0 o o o o 0 0 o trrr3asaaui In fact we are all the time thinking of the wants and needs of our cus tomers, and make our purchases so as to serve you best. We make the prices as close as consistent bus iness . ill permit, but we do not sacrifice the quality. Nice shipment of Ladies Rain Coats and they are cheap. Winter underwear for every body, comforts, blankets, dress goods for the season, in fact what you need in stylish and serviceable wearing apparel for men, women and children can be found here. We want a chance at that fall bill. We take pleasure in showing goods and quoting prices. Call on us. Old .Man Itinz A JIiik. Uon. Porfirlo Vai gays ho will not go liuck to Mcxlro utile. Home for eign nation should Invndo that coun try. In that event, he buvh, nil Mexi co would EtiMid together. A leading paper In Mexico City Is hitter agnltiMt the I'nlted Sta...

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. — 7 November 1913

Your Land Titles. The Sl urry County Abstract Co. will be plad tc abstract your land titles and assist In perfecting same. The time to do tths la NOW, while the necessary papers may be secured. Charges as low ns are consistent with first class work. 8eo ua the Court Houso Ilatement. 20tf W. M. Curulliers left here Sun day for Snn Angclo to attend the fair. ....... r niM fc " h.a.4M . t Try the OWL DRUG STORE We don't make as much noise as some of our competitors, but we are selling the good. We have a full line of Feed and a select stock of Groceries - - - Our PRICKS are mighty interesting Our "BOUQUET" is the perfect FLOUR. Mr. C. I. JaeeBll was here Thurs day from Hermlelgh lt'oklng after business affairs and Incidentally see Ing the Doe and Pony Show. 1? 1 I 1 I i l J i I s SI tl II i 1 11 M II El 1 1 M 11 M n n u i j M r Mr. J. W. Tatterson of Hermlelgh has sown a hundred acres In wheat and he believes It will make Rood this yenr. We make it a point to deliver an fthintf in the ...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

y 1 MAGAZINE SECTION. GNAL II JJ r 1) 7 is -,UAAVU' SNVDEK, SCUnitY COUNTY, TEXAS, XOVKMHKll 10, HH3. Copyright. It 11. by Horn Color Print Co, fort Worth. Txaa. don TK"2t& GOES ft THE i 1U t'l l X 1 L 3) .?"oS$ ... sSwi i ruM LI STEM. YOL fcUN AftOONO AND FASTEN Tr ALC6V WINDOWS ANt W46N I SLAM the- txwv aaoi WE'VE IjQT HlrA, rAN. Ail ftCAfh L u e . Ten. H SO I JU 1 Sfi BIT SCAT lr,iiiii:iiV jiif 1 8EIN-5 DAH'S NO M'S T'MUM ILL fA it it r- "7 C" H I I - Wo I i w Hi ooDMEis Mftnev! AH MI7F;ltKMOW0 ViHC-K t (T Qv,' BRACK. CAT COSVt MV AT i V .7' - e fl reu row wmax r)U RUM IN AMD OET TMS a UN AND I'UL tMROOGH ThO It is MEAQEM& t'tBOVt! 6Ers A cwim MA Fftoo Vv JLT 'ME - riii:;"!"vr"ii.T1" : Mr k A 1 y 'r'J V i m. x x i i v tiii m ill - 111 i in- I r n i iii. i. I Ifr'Sff ' J ii- "v''Tnow look wma-v I I I'll 1 oooWrjn . , . crPV,CMTl

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

' i ! ! i ' , ; . : : - 1 ll"jdi BLO'Qi?PJC "TCQ il'T A TALE OF THE CONFEDERACY jfj T TIE I'anshee. the finest and fleetest of the many blockade runners trading between " Liverpool and Wilmington, lay at anchor in the. Hiver Mersey. She had completed a successful voy age under the ooimnand of Captain I'londin and was about to tart tijori another. Her decks, clean as those of a yacht, gave no indication of her bc-ing the carrier of a cargo of great value to the Confederacy, hut below docks it xvas different. 1 1 mr? f.fk-iitr eases hud been carefully hoisted aboard and stowed away. "Machinery," thev wore marked; "machinery of war" would have been nearer the truth, for they were rilled grins, destined for uo by the Southerners. Other cases there were, smaller and more nearly square, also labeled "machinery," containing th gun mounts and the ammuni tion, and further aft Mill smaller oases con taining smnll arms r.nd nmmuritinr. for use in the Confederate annv. Nor were the mean of repa...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

lit. said tho captain, at last, t keep my appointments to ' Wo will proeoed to buai ford. Hut first we must our transaction: what say find tho mate! Both must sooner or later, and now. ns any to enlighten them." a satisfactory to me," ro il struck the pong which ble. A moment later tho ed. r and the mate that T re loo in tlio cabin," said the r beside the table when they itill stood regarding them after they had rented thom last he spoke his voice, was tied you here to net as wit in between Mr. Rutherford mid. "In consideration of tiid me bv Mr. Rutherford's ) take the Banshee into n itherford will name, disem leave the ship in the hands rities." i moment to permit the full words to enter the minds Dal ton's countenance ex nd incredulity. Marie's hor She was (he first to speak. ' she cried. "You are trif- '. never wns more in earnest of weakness vou have lis crenture;" sbe cast upon k of withering contempt, worthy wince. "It is not iur decision. You are upon Ino iiiK'i f-itiri uml j...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

y, iU;"WZ':Ua:'Jj:.""U U'U" AND IAN RAIDS IN TEXAS, . RAID INTO COOKE COUNTY number of his troops nt any given p; time to repel such nn invasion ns tin? this time (Vtnin William C. Twitty, a On tho 22nd and 2.1rd days of December, 1 803, occurred oivo of the moat bloody nnd destructive Indinn raids to which our poorly protected frontier wns subject during and nomo time after, tho late war. At this time Colonel James Hourland, one of tho bravest and truest of all our frontiersmen, command ed ft regiment of Confederate troops with his headquarters at Gainesville, but at the time of this particular raid ho was in Bonhnm on official business with General Henry 10. Mc Culloch. Colonel Hourland had to protect such an extended reach of frontier that ho was compelled to scatter his troops in small squads, far apart, and for this reason it was impossible to concentrate any ( oonsiaeruuio lOHil 111 IIS. At bravo nnd true noldier, was in command of Hie few troops of Colonel Hourland 's regimen...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

ALES OF TEX Asmwwi' Austin the state capital i ran 7 a leans, Stephen F. Austin, and lie 8 justly tlio nndn nf n the whim or caprice of nny man or so? of men, lmt our forefathers, men whom nil Tex an9 are proud of appointed n oo.n,niHSion to - ItS t V7 l'? Kroal ('mI,irp. ftH,tl Texas f.ndf t0 w'C(,t,for t,l(,, " 1 Posterity a city w."y .f( t,H' ,,M,,re 11 wo"1'' represent. l atriolisn,, nf er traveling far and wide S ilw l,,Kl.1nlM ,ft the lowlands, th e E? run"'1 1110 ,,,' lakp iV Vlif ,'?,.Vr fro' H' south and rest yd uptM the lulls .lust south of where Austin is todfoAand about where St. Kdwnrd col lege Ktands. Their eves also rested on a pnif atna that was pleasing and. with one acola.ii, they all said " Kureka." Spread ,,?ril Tm..vnw ,u0 r".Wd Colorado river with Ills fertile valleys. vhff. beyond lay (lie prairie, glistening like arrP.iernld nheen in (he sun's rays. To the west lay the mountains, following the Colo rado 8 Btreimi. studded with the eedar and the oak and the el...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

nr'TO'CT TPTlTT? A'DT'.Q ' i-i w i I r , : :i a t t i, ntl 'i mtn lm -..c - i Tb aunouncemants for th eomlnt musical luwi la Pallas anl Fort Worth while not complete, consist of itrtrtl of decided importance. Dallaa MxuUeal Eveata. Tha Schubert Ladlea Choral club, un der tha leadership of Harriet Baeon MacDonald. haa engaged the grmt con tralto, Schumarrn-Helnk, for Pee. It, '.d tha world famnua violinist. Mlsecha-Blman. for March 24. Tha grand opera datea are March 4, 6, , and 7, at the Fair park coliseum. for the Chicago Urand Opera com pany. The Texas State Farngerbund will hold their third rrunlon In Dallas tin der the management of Charlea A. Man gold, president. The New York Philharmonic nrches tra, under the baton of Joseph Htran sky, with two stnrero, atara of the first magnitude yet to be nml, will aaalat them. Mlaa Augusta Bates, plnnlst, and Mr. Andrew Hemphill, tenor, of Fort Worth tave a recital here tha past week. Fort WtHk M niece I Rveata. The Fort Worth mimical aeaa...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

1 1 ' . - . 1 . ZI aii I " " Experiment Station Work of A. & M. Coc0c, Co?c Station, Texas Edited by Publicity Department of A. & M. College. IKE ASHBURN, EDITOR. m,.r?1ef' ,n." rJR'!va 10 rlcuu" livestock growing win bo ngwred on thU page. Kindly lend HI .. II a , A"hhurn' College Station. Texaa. These querlm will be referred to the ataft egpertg maintained at uio Agricultural and Mechanical College and the Ktate Experiment atallon. BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUBS. TIio following report with reference to loys' nn.l girls' club work ih made by T. II. Williamson, stnte npent in vhtuc of this work Pt A. & M. College: Aeeonliiitf to figures fiirni-liel by the of fice nt Washington Inst ycnr, Texas bnd 12, G37 inemtierK enrolled in cotton, corn, niilo rniiize mid knffir corn chilis, and 2.23 girls enrolled in tho canning elnh work. Thin rieinl)ei'slii) was secured through county ngents, hchool tendier, various organizers, fin. At tho June meeting, KM 2, at Washing ton, il was decided...

Publication Title: Snyder Signal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Snyder signal. — 7 November 1913

i! n ... i i i i 4L-:--- i J ., . U . . u . .. 11 Wi U I J IJf 14 ICodak r misiimg Texas Farm News t!& iUi-Urii-.iri Dante whnnivir yon llk, aa lon you Ilka. N irfd to wait for aemeoae to play. The em iv phonograph li alwaya ready la alwaya willing la nvr tired la never out of tuna la alwaya la aoad time Fr cry bode can Join In tha dnnca, and tha Kdleon hna a full repertoire of tha baat DANCES. Aak to hear AMBEROI.A VI. I fa tha model tkat Ton " earry wherever yoa would daare. SoulhernTalking MachjneCo. laid Mala at. Dallam, Teaaa. (la anaa-erlna adrerttaer. mention thte paper) Silos! Silos! Silos! TUB CKMKNT STAVK SILO la tha only Bllo that la a porrnan.nt Inveatment. It la a mortiiace lifter and hank account breder, every time allowing a balance In four favor. Tha flrat coat la the only coat. Unlike wooden alloa. they will not rot. ehrtnk or blow down and will preeerve every pound of enallaKe put Into It without the annoyance and axpenae of continued repalre. Kor full partloul...

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