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.Held Ovtr from last Week
V. Fnllilove went lo Ihdb.f.
. T. Po.shier went to Abi'etie
'J. II. Kyrtlaiiu up from Dunn
Chnrb-yV.Iutto left Wcdncsdny
for WilCO, ;
W. A. Taylor came up from
V. 1. Smith of Arali wns in
V. E. l'nrsons of Ennis whs ii
A. .T. Kemp whs up from llcrin
leigh Sat unlay.
Hill KirliHidson whs up from
W. It. M 1'nrland of Dunn was
in Snyder Friday.
. II. Wcllborne ramo in Sat
urday from Koscoo.
.1. E. Hanson, ti drummer, was
in Snyder JI outlay.
.1. II. Thomas was up from
.1. F. Mcr'nrland of Dunn spent
Saturday in the city.
J. II. Crenshaw whs in from
IJainp Springs Monday.
W. A. McCullough went east on
M. 1). Tj. Mvers of Hethel was
in town Monday.
T. Y. Hammond of Dunn Rpent
Monday in Snyder.
J. C. Ferry of Hc'liel spent
Monday in the city.
.? V. Kemn of Post was here
Iho first of the week.
Ij. M. .fordau of Hernileigh
spent Monday in Snyder.
J. D. Hoone from ('amp Springs
ent Monday in Snyder.
II. 11. Patterson left Monday for
a month 's visit in South Texas.
Horn Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Shaw, a line hoy.
(i.o. T. Farkhouse of Dallas
Visited Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Haines
Dick MeMellan oT Wnxuhnchie
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones.
Mr. nnd Mm. A. 1. tlanaway of
llermleigh were in Snyder Mon
May. Judge Cullin C. Higgins left
Monday for Hallinger nnd San
;.T. Hallmark, from the north
part of the county, was in Snyder
V. S. .lames, manager of the
U. S. & P. railroad was in the
Dr. Havkrid. r hpcnt a few
lax on Hennie Smith's ranch in
flllFY TO LOAN
Wc will have a limited amount
to place on approved farm and
ranch securities during the
next sixty days.
it Feb., 21, 1911
,T3 LUCKIEST DAV
YOU'LL EVER HAVE
ISrTHE PAY YOU
... I 11. M fn. I
jui: Miavnorn leu . uesu.ij ii
Jeirerson, Texas, with a car of
mules and horses.
ltcv. J. W. MctJaha went to
Urown County Saturday to visit
his former home tolks.
County Judge Fritz It. Smith
attended the County Judges Con
vention at Waco last week.
Oilhert Leach left Tuesday for
Colorado where his parents, Ilev.
and IDs. A. D. Leach reside.
J. It. Brackshcnr of Rule, Tex
as, was here last week on a visit
o his daughter, Mrs: V. H. Ash.
If. W. Mass of Little Rock,
Ark., is in Snyder on a second trip
-nid may decide to locate this
Our tahle furnished with the
hest market ntl'ords. good beds.
The Thompson llolel, C. F.
Commissioner A. S. Lowe at
tended the County Judge's and
Commissioners' Convention- at
Waco last week.
Mrs. Dr. Harkridcr was called
to Midland Saturday on account
df the illness of her mother,
Mrs. (!. A. Autry.
Rev. J. 12. Jenkins and daugh
ter, Miss Fdna. were in Snyder
Thursday last week from their
home at Ilcrinleigh.
Mrs. F. M. Dogait left Monday
for her home at Vernon, Texas,
after visiting hT mother, Mrs.
Alice Hoyd in the city.
Tlwm J Mill was here the first
of the week installing "the mill"
in the Signal Office. When it
comes to handling linotypes Tom
is onto the job.
J. W. Merry from the Hethel
community whs in town Friday.
Mr. Herry had just finished Bow
ing 23 itci-es of oats when the rain
came and thoroughly winked them
W. (I. Kvans of Canadian, Tex
as, is stopping- in the city with
his In-other, (ieorge Fvans. Mr.
Kvans likes Scurry county and
Snyder and may decide to locate
A. V. Wade's little hoy was
operated on nt the Sanitarium in
Dallas for appendicitis and is re
ported on the road to recovery.
Odd Fellows' Undue at Hcim
leigh contrilinted 2." towards the
expenses. Mr. Wade lives near
Wast el la.
H. N. Loekwood left Monday
for Cndngnn Alia. Canada, ac
companicd by his sister. Mrs.
John Taylor, who resides at
Chester. Mont. They went by
way of Emma where they visit
ii brother, Will Loekwood. Harve
likes his majesty's dominion, and
thinks it the coming country.
Scolt Stnnfield leaves Monday
bank to those who want
xy )y Jusiuntr'
9 :1 I 1 mm M Al
to Los Ai
fn the Pa-
Hench. Scott will
play the season at Sacramento in
the' Pncifie Coast League which
ranks in Class A, next to the Ma
jor Leagues. -,::i Ji.ji I
Guy R. Scott lias bought the
llermleigh Herald from W. M.
Curry and will move with his
family to that city. (itiy has
been with the Signal for several
years, edited the old Fluvanna
Herald for awhile and made it a
splendid paper, which he will al
so do with the paper at llerni
leigh if those good people will
stand by him with their patron
age. The Signal wishes him con
Tho Globe Trotters Trip
As you id! remember I came to
Snyder, Texas, over three years
ago and whs then on my way to
California but 1 spent two years
here before 1 could get away, but
had to make my word good and
so about October IMth, F.K!), I
took a train for the west and lif
ter three days ami nights ride I
landed in Los Angeles. While on
the May I saw some very fine
country between here end Kl
1'aso, Texas, but alter passing Fl
I'aso the country across New
Mexico and Arizona is in the
main a desert country, very little
farming done along line of the
Southern Pacific railroad. After
reaching California beyond the
summit of the Rocky mountains
we struck the San Wakecn val
ley that is irrigated from the
mountain st renins. We were in
a truck growing and tropical
fruit region that has a spring like
appearance all the tune. Indeed
it was a most hcHuliiui sigin to
see the orange groves ami lruit
of all kind and garden truck
along the way. Southern Cali
fornia is a fine country. A man
who owns 20 acres of that land
plant eil in oranges is considered
. r ! I ... I
a ricli man. fliany oi mem nine
less than ten acres in oranges
and are making a fortune on taut
small amount of land. Los An
geles is the largest city I lutvc
been m since I came to the west.
There are (."i0 miles of eleitrie
rnilwnv in and around the city.
Linn Peach is 22 miles from tin
citv and is one of the most beauti
ful beach towns on the Paeifh
coast. All bench towns are con
neeted with Los AllireleS
trie lines. A round trip to
beach town and back for .10 v
and a ten days stay or less.
So I spent a great deal of
time on the beach looking at
great Pacific Ocean and the si
limit imr mi her bosom. I also S
the air shins too while I was
California. It s. .- .1 that
morals were not very good its i
saw a great many people at work
on the Sabbath and many places
of husiiii ss were open u the Sab
bath, also carpenters at work and
i - i .t i.
. . i .... 'i
maiiv iiiil's hat did noi iook
linht to a Southern man.
people iii Arizona work on
Sabbat Ii nKo. ,
I t.iniiiie.l in Anona on mv
w a v ha.'U. I was at , I noen.x,
the capital of Arizona. 'Phoenix
. situated in the Salt Uivet.'al
ey. this is also an irrigated coun
try, the ehl I proiluets are a.'. il
ia and wheat and barley and
some sto'k tarns. Tbue is an
ostrieh tanii in Arizona thai eon
tains .i.i't'd osl l ie h. I w . lit out
to see them 12 miles W est of
1 '!,.,! nix. I went to t he K""-r.
. Ii .laiu I'd mil s ee.st oi' 1'hoe
nix. Some of t Ik- tun st roek woik
tin- lloosex el! d l.ll tliid I e'T
iw in all ii' y t ravels. Now I eome
hi !.'-.i:id ( il I i O!'. ' oil t !,e t oi
ii-iidvi K'iver. 2 .It' nr.les north
niv So I wil not trv to d
e the Canyons hut will say
key ale the most beaullllll piece
paliires art work Hint the eye
aiall hits e ei' si-en. I mh-i d it
worth goinir to see. I never
in forget t ln-iii and yet I will
. . . . I. i . . i
never lie alle to tell aie.ni i m m.
I had rather he rude on a ra-.l
than lo deserihe bri--'hl Anir. 1
Trail. ll w bids and Iw ists till
your mind and y s are all in a
mist. Now it will pay anyone
to go and see the tirand Canyons
Thc arc not far from W nliams.
i i. t i. ..n Mie Santa Fe railroad.
I tinned my face toward Texas
but slopped at sev.-ral points in
New Mexico. I found New M --i.-o
a very dry country.
I erossed the line into Texas at
Texico on the pliiines and found
h beautiful country and some
lovely farms hut not much crops
glowing. This was in the fall of
11)10. 1 mailt my way to Dallas
r ili.. St iite Fir nnd saw some
v.tv fine exhibits of the farms of
Texas, among which was one from
Scurry County. I also attended
the fairs at Waco and San An
tonio, the stock exhibits at all the
fairs were splendid.
So I could not think a place on
the globe that had more attrac
tions than Snyder and 1 am here
again find as I have said before
I "think West Texas is the gar-
den spot of the West and now as
the ram has come and the nu in
ns are all feeling jubilant I am
predicting n good year for Y-mL
Texas anil 1 nave come u m,
til I go awny. "
II. C. Hvnuiii.
Osteopathy, What is It?
1 am anxious that every one
should know what Osteopathy
really is and what it docs. It is
a system of treatment by mechan
ical manipulations, but is not re
stricted to this entirely since the
nsitemmth when be betrins to
t i cat you never stops until he has
located the cause ol your trou
bles nnd then lie removes the
cause in the most common sense
wav thai it can be done and leads
the patient back to health and
strength often by reversing the
route that has led into troulilc.
This seems alright for chronic
troubles. Anvone will assent and
'tis true Osteopathy has won its
m-eseiit ereal fa vol' and lust Hid
1 r---- -
popularity mostly on chronic dis
eases, curing alter all other meth
ods bad failed, but where it
passes understanding and has no
peer Hi all is in the way it handles
acute troubles like pneumonia,
acute indigestion. rheumatic
fever or appendicitis. The grave
yards are not full of its failures.
s patrons soon walk in the glow
of health. The Osteopath does
not guess what your trouble is.
neil her docs he guess what a suit
able remedy would he and experi
ment on you with dangerous rem
edies that would make a well man
sick. To the Osteopath's mind
educated ns he is to remove the
cause and assist nature to do any
thing to a sick man nnd expect it
to help him that would make a
well man sick Rectus incompatible
with common sense yet the domi
nant theropeutic practice of to
day is built on this sand foun
dation. I heir of all who are sufferers
and who do not enjoy that meas
ure of health that the (Sod of na
ture intended, that you look into
Osteopathy and see what it of
fees mid what it promises. Con
sullation and examination fret
at the office. Calls made to ones'
resilience dav or niirht. Or. W
H. Funis, Osteopathic Physician,
Williams building, north side ol
siiunre. telephone No. 212. II
The Lowest Priced
ailoicd lo measure suits in
. i ..n
v-; M ii-ii, i;ua I a ii i eeu mi niie
price $10.:0. Custom
XyliL' at an- unprecedented
,.nur and inside material
.'iV: ran teed, livery garment guar
.iiilied to be cut and made lo
Ask to see them at T. L. McMil
lan ix; Co's.
Saturday nii'Ll came near
ill! the K. W. ( 'lark place
M iow o
I .Vest !-
owned I'V .1. U. Welch on
Side, one of the hailiPolll-
i -.1 Imiiies in the city. The lire
ori.'iuated in Ih.- basement.
Roynl Arch Notice
'on ti.'inions well be on hiiiul
S;ituilil,V pinht. l-'eh. 2.". l-etrilllir
i 'i oeiil ion nlld inipol tnnt inn I
inu'. ' W. Wnrreli,
Grice Ejiiscopal Sunday School.
The Sl.ndny Sel'ool o' (i-!iee
Mr-i -ici'iid church l as been on.Mn
ied with reu'iil.u- services cnt-h
Siindiiy Morning nt 10 o'cbu-h.
To idl those wishintr to nit end or
heeome members We extend II
eor.linl invitnt ion.
Arthin- C. Ibirriill.
lost i nu: i im:.
W'f had u gn.id many deeds
lost in Hi'' lire Dial bad not
been delivered, bill we Ii.ive
ec'ie hack li llie county clerk's
record nnd made them uut
' ' hm.
U j i hi havi
ymir deed, call
lliain fur same.
1 nil I.. I. Ciian
, 1 1 you still n e
some on your
irof vonr deed
nt. pay it out and
SNYDKU I)-:Vi:i.tPMT. r.i)
L. V. (iranlliani. Trcas.
On, V. Ilrown, Sec.
I bnve oiiened a restaurant on
West Side in Harerove old stfln
nnd invite my friends to call nnd
sec me. .Reeular tnenls nnd short
nr.leru Bt nil hours. Yours to
JOE STRAYH QR)
Handles the Peter Schutt-
ler and Mandt Wagons
Racine, Rex and
Experience PoliBts In the farming
This business was established in
Call and See us
WILL SAVE VOL MONEY ON
SNYDER MEAT MARKET
West-side Public Square,
We have on hand
of Fresh and Barbecued Meats.
Itllltlttllll l I I
i i ni
ooa ana DmcKsmim vvonu z
m w w
Ruirffics and Wacrons Painted. II
Anything in general repair line done with dis-JS
patch and neatness by experienced and competentfj ;
workmen. II r
HORSE SHOEING, $1.00
North Church St. , Snyder, Texa
hi-1 h hl' h h l h hhi-
If you need a Tank
i ii. l 1L..1 :..
lo pet me uebi mat is
you ever Dougnt a ianw.
guarantee them in every
ADVERTISING PAYS, '
When Placed in
Moline and Ave
world more than almost any ot
in, so we nave experience.
at all times the bej
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Work to me
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now is your opportunely
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