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THE SNYDER SIGNAL. There are two day. in the week upon which f"& vhich rom i ..,. worry. Two care-tree ohjb, fear and apprehension. . VpB)(1,r,v wUh all its cares GROCERY ME? Published Every tnday One or these iays is jw:. v . ,...,(, its mistakes nd frets, with nil its pains am a e . U ; nild blunders, has passed tore er b j on.lt Ik . , in We promise Pure, Fresh Groce- a 1 i cannot undo an net - V ' ' t nml H0I, riee and Prompt Gervux. yesteruay. " . tlmt ,,, )Vmi, honey om o. 1 our specialties! .f Queen of Pantry Flour; Peace Maker Spec.a. the night. . ,.,, tcjuji.r, which linger Flour; Chase & sanuorns iws .m OUR MOTTO: ''Everything the Best mfA n AT TMHTtf FIAYS ' " p. tt. Barnes, Editor and Proprietor. ' " i . i ,,v trees vet. Tlio season for planting is llnve you planted any tms yen fast panning. , o ... .. 5 f ilw. Daily Kilter of Sweetwater Sweet- Awards building it to greater propo.t.ons. Uinninghnm, Ala.,ga ined ' ' ' . XvXl census. I- A n pel en 1!; c, n Su 1, n, m , m o- '. I tit iilllll'll Ml' otectionist K,.,,,.t,r Aldricl. who ',lw,' V" " ' " " 'v in neeord- v.. nnnouneed himself in Uvr ot M.m , , '. ,,,. f ce with President Tuffs ag. mem, u." - fhe oMtonctH of the republican party. The lnivi-Kily himI A. & M. ' J. 1 , ., . tlll tesswu r- M. College, v . . ii... stiil.'-wi.le lirohihilion organization, Col. Hall, chairman o II M llm,I1(,1,,1t will begin eampa.g.1 lor i "e . orKllllizati(,n. ... V() ITS. e I III I . in. ii " . . .. i .lay. It is a day ot God s. Us sun HI ' )i(,n ,M.liM(I I1U1SU of weepmg , h-I it J n)W s V(. same love nml pat.enee ha hol.l J si u f tomorrow, fortlu'slarof hope wh.eh glean s l e ' I ( n( tl.ntl. To,,,...-.v,,v,t U o . , " vv,.,it.ly. earetnlly measured out us b 1 u ,'im , s,ul lhy hieh gives with then, the p o m m As 1 y li H)M. s.n nlh be." we will .Hy hM""XmIi m only the mighty nitirH-yestenlay and tomomws , h bn, 1 . s b ,imi, TU11 ,s the easy day. I at , a. , (,lltin,v l is our day-iod's and nm.e. And M I t u " . ,,, my ,.,r. and W.";k .y.;):r - "k " J ny,M,'p.iy ""d (j, ih.' alunglity aim no- (mn(,n.(,vv.Kob.Tt J. lblldette. Snyder Grocery Company 'PHONE No. 11 KATY CENTRAL CONSOLIDATION KBVS h about May i... .,i,.nt..il Da as as head.pmi teis. will be in North and Central 'lexns. U is said the battle ground GAY McGLAUN LIVERY STABLE i4Mci imm 11 mam ifmomA First-class Rigs, Careful Drivers. Snvder Buss transfers to any part the city. Thone lut law- Cases are tried in he eo T chnrehe, these vers and Snyder preachers fill tl pull" t or 01 , . whi,e ,. ?1mv. Also her ,loeors are song ht for n con Uta IKS of wide,' is significant of Sny 't'h progreso. 1 t-i. . 1 , ' ii8 of the AUnniMii, (luh are arranging n flower hos i.i i,o n lui ing the coining Huioiner, and propose to raise the flowe i 'i in Snyder. In this work they are doing much for the town. The 1 will be more beautiful yards in Snyder than heretofore and beaint ' ful homes and surroundings gives contentment to the boys and gi and have a refining and ennobling influence. 1 - I We recently heard one of the county's progressive fanners niork that farmVs should not complain at the high price of meat any of the products of the farm, which struck 11s as being about r rect. The farmer is the originator and producer of everything tl mistains life, the backbone and sinew of the whole commcrc world, and should be the most indpendent being on earth. limited amount f to place on approved farm and ranch securities during the next sixty days. Baker, Gra; Feb.,21,1911-nrvnn. e off ei rage tl The e ticia v v ri its o - - ,llIUI YOU LX in the y ii a th h e fai itati en te t s si it 'nd 11 jt most heartily Hfiri making to eucoui Ktate of Texas. ' rmes,willbe bei"- ' legitimate livalryV' .( "'" for the striving iJK fr, . I ,nt HUIK IKII1I 1R a mailer mni , 7 t clie rivalry tne iarmern ui 'i 1 4i, "-e successful, ,v ,ut I""-- Inrir.. " Tb is . , . . I he hands of If at fhe elevenf to compete tin bv which Abilen Bryan and Rcpresei credit from tne cm tirinir efforts to crea ical noint. If aueoes ilmcn in this move failure on their part ixt cup and ool Senator honor and lendid un- i 1 Son.tor Hry.i. 1 ,"l- Wmcn lb am uuu. TO secure uie nui ...... iy .w.v,. ;.i,..im.nt 11KI surtiy ,r ,.r-fc farmer in open. .pn given a chance . .in.ii.cr umi thin pt fh one ofTerinor ave the school. In otlier words a figlit 10 the " ' v , ..,i.,. the K.ilv-'IVx:. . 'inn.. ' ''""Tilil vn,, .,HI- 'hljfcftTCffrT r.,,Xr.n'" .inw. U !ass the kn"y consolhlation bill and they null- 1 II jt wnini ii -1.. 4l., nv 111. f the coiiHolitlation ,llt, lhllt they have aHHurance 1 mu m , ,,, a 8(),. in permitted the ' cxns end d w h' x J , Ju l)()lh ..nierly and nor, hwes e, j Sment that not only -eetions the Dallas Nevs a e n v . fut woubl the importance o . . ,non. Two power of public service , ' RI' ....j.g.-rs to each other for ion, of the Ktate that are 1 . w c. at J h k (,,mmercil n,,'.,a"k r ''V'-rjis'' s o 1 Lard o find pretexts in intimacy, and it adds. It is m i.k fpin, ,, i,Itiust rial reasons sutTieicnt number to eo l a tin ' 'oli)lntioII ,." The Stam whieh oo.' ,,,',ru,r,'ii.tlH.S ",- , r..B....i..livo at Austin: 'llltil'llia. seeuiei lliai 1 1. ui'il 10" 7 i- . "'. 1 .. . 1 ...ti in ui mnt t r of laesinir the n.wMis wire no! very goo.. 1 1 ' v- .vr-.; ., .... :, .,., saw a great inanv people at work Aine.y-nn..- m m un ..... .1, 'ial, bath and many plac. his road desire the Katy to o,,er te 1 o ... ........ .... th Sal t means railroad extension and more I,;;!,,;, things u .U.l ....t looklpcopl w..t you there h our repre ,ight to a South..-., man. Ti'- j!nvl,.nnr , ()t ,..,, ,,v mirh 111 Arizona woriv 'ii ib , ...,..i: i-t, and is rcHoiveu hi v.m. nn,y .uiinwii- 11, regardless ot tlie plain people or ,Wt the (lovernor has fortified him ngainst the roposed consolidation, that the lines involved are not com iperation would be so much lessened only might the people be benefitted sibly by lowered freight rates. It is aina'ble prejudice or hostility to rail he (Sovernor or the members of the e may be opposition to consolidation example, the Dallas News says: .barged, a few weeks ago through li ,!;u.i ;o mil .'est ol nioe-l i"e vmiih!i selling its dilapidated rolling siocK To me l exas ivaxy bi exoriuuun prices, the purpose being to divert earnings ot the Texas Katy to the Kansas Katy. That, if true, would call for son e very vigorous action on the part of the State. Hut, in view of what Prfkident Allen had to say the other day, one has reason to believe that Mr. Williams was suffering the effects of u lot of misinformation when he made that charge. It appears from Mr. Allen's statement that the Kansas Katy hasn't been Selling any rolling stok to the Texas Katy, dilapidated or otherwise; but, on the contrary, it lias been lending a good deal of rolling stock to the Texas Katy without any compensation whatever. The railroads ought to be treated fairly and the people ought to be treated fairly, and no one in the position of liovernor or Rail road Commissioner should be willing to oppose a measure fr the public good upon any baseless charges or misrepresentation. If there are good and sufficient reasons why the consolidation bills should not be enacted, let them be made known, but let the matter be considered on its merits purely and without prejudice or stub-, bornness. Higpnotham, Harris & Co Dealers In Lumber, Wire, Posts, Paints and Oils, Sere Doors and Wire Cloth. SnvrW Tex Phone 155 S-TXClt J. A. MILLLK rV 1 I mam-o-r. I 4 . V "V 1 1 1 IM'Oilll Saliliatli also. , 1 .1.,,. I in ri. mi;i on in 11 ... wiiy hack. 1 was at , I ImetiiX. the' cai'ilal ol' Arizona. 'I'iioenix is Niluated in the Salt Kiv.i.A'al- ley. this is also an irrigated coun- Ir'v. the ehi. t pnnluets are ah.d- In and wh' iil and hai l, y and s..ii. stork tarn s. Tl 1 is an ostrieli farm in Arizona that e. vil lains .l.t.1'0 osti ieh. I w. ut .nl In s. e t 1- mil-s W rsl ol' rhoiiiiv I w.nt to the I!""-'- The Livery Man If you want a swell turnout don't fa to see me. Take you anywhere an time. S T. Mi n of 3 Handles the very best brands of California Ciders, Fruits, Cigars and Confectioneries. See him. 9 North side Bridge Street, Snyder, Texl N bank to those who want r business. " "'"ch our "institution WASHINGTON AND LEE This is February 22, a very important day on our calendar. .e Great battles nave neen lougiu on nus. un, mm in-o ..o. i. o seriously menaced and murders have been committed. Chiefest of 1 nil, the first general of the Revolution and nrst rresuieni 01 uie Te United States came into lire on the Tweiny seconu uHy m r un, .1 . . n...lM.i.i.l fVi .. attrihntea few of IllS h 1 uenerai ucorge niiint;i 1 ........... - . l. countrymen-descendants have risen to ciaim. ne was nnu ... gn first in peace and first in the hearts ot Ins countrymen, mere h 10'. never been anything like it since. .... , to . The nearest approacn 10 pei imimi, ... ....u. o.... . .... ...- ve. our first president may be found in the person 01 i.enerH. Te Lee. Surely, in the groping .lays 01 ine -" ""- ...... " Sc of brotherly love were drowned in a deluge of Mood and lust of lui- th man life. Lee shone forth as the greatest nni.iary comiuan.ier 01 ' """ . . 1 . 1. I' n. a r it IT. .11 (if til W to the nue. After the war, wnen ne u.ok ... ..; - " fa reunited nation, he was nobly great. v asnininon am. .--. ..- l-reat men. of strong sinew him couragem. ' " i,ii.",i.. ii.i Stove Pipe ! ! Stoves, Pipe, Flues, Damper, Elbows. I fact everything you need in the stove line from a dollar heater to a $35.00 Range can be found at Lowe & Leath's. All stoves sold to par ties living in town delivered and set up. We are prepared to fit your stove pipe up to order, and do any kind of tin work in our shop. Prompt atten tion given to all orders, large or small, see us before you buy. We don't sell the cheapest, but sell the best for the least money mm ami m r I if i i o !,er them this day and place nnuier an...- port. r.