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, March 17, 1911
THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS
onal and Local
Warren returned homo
Johnson spent Knttday
I.rnekeen was in the city
nn Cotton Seed nt Na
Son. '. Th rime spent Friday in
). Kimhrougli was in Kny
onday. it Fuller of Conroe wiih in
Ion Keed! Cotton Seed II at
tion & Son.
i Coons returned Friday
rdie Boyd left Saturday for
s on business.
W. Clark returned from
t water Friday.
W. Kddlenian was up from
1$. Favors of Fluvanna was
e city this week,
arlie Uroxton of Polar was
e city last week.
II. Lidsey of Post City was
.nyder this week.
?. nnd Mrs. Fellmy visited at
p Springs Sunday.
II. Kelsey made a flying trip
erinleigh tliis week,
if. Harral made a flying trip
Tuvanna this week. '
u can get Mabnrn (Cotton
1 at C. Nation & Son.
leriff Holes made a business
to Fluvanna Tuesday,
din Koonsman was in the eity
Thursday on business,
tiima Bulhs for sub' -J.'is per
ii. Mrs. II. II. Cotton.
,hn Thomas of Ilermleigh was
he city one day Inst week,
iss Iliirch was called to the
,le of her brother Sunday,
iss Mattie Pearl Nelson re
,ed last week from school,
f. V- Sims left, for Fort Worth
Snn Antonio Wednesday.
, V. Williams returned Wed
ay from Fort Worth.
ii Dawson has just received
r of Piedmont Smithing Coal.
M. Pressles of the Connie
minify was in the city .this
v. nnd Mrs. J. II. Kllw of
i were shopping in the city
,h nnd Oysters every Tu.s
and Friday. IHkin & P.rown
udge (i. L. Davenport was in
,'city from Stamford last week
ua Kutch of Justiceburg pass
through the city Saturday en
ite for Koseoe.
Jim Harless of the Plain view
settlement was in the city Mon
day. Leo (Jilbert of Kent county
spent several days in the city last
week. . .
John Browning of Fluvanna
was in the city on business last
W. 0. McFall of Kent County
was in the city last week on bus
iness. J. M. Keagan of , the Bethel
neighborhood was in the city
Miss Orn James of Canyon was
shopping with our merchants
Dr. McLaury of Claireniont
was visiting relatives in Snyder
A. A. Pruitt of Fluvanna was
in the. city one dny last week on
K. L. Wright, W. II. Harless
and Horace Wilson left Saturday
Henry Anderson of Stamford
was visiting ). M. Kliea in the
city last week.
Judge Lowe left Saturday for
Fort Worth to be absent several
days on business.
Miss Olive liindsey returned
Friday from (Iraham where she
had been visiting.
Messrs. Riffle, Walter (J. Smith
and K. A. Frwin attended a recep
tion nt Colorado last week.
N. L. Perrinian of Fluvftimn
and V. Z. Penman of Big Springs
were in' the city last week.
Cleve Wood left Tuesday by
auto for Plninview, Amarillo and
James 11. Welch & Company have
sold their insurance business to
Maker, (Jra.vuin & Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Butter left Mon
day for Wichita Falls where they
will make their future home.
Pete Ceoggins went to Fort
Worth Sunday to attend the Fat
Stock Show and to see Teddy.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Butter of Dallas
visited in Snyder Sunday. Mrs.
Butter was formerly Miss Looney.
Mrs. Joe Stravhorn has return
ed from Waco where she had been
iiltcndinir the Bebekah Asseiu
Professor Hunt of Collin coun
ty was prospecting in Snyder
and surrounding country this
W. (i. (iarard nnd family went
to Fort Worth Sunday to visit
relatives and also to see the Fat
Our dress goodi and embroid
eries nre nil in and we will be glad
to show the ladies of Snyder ami
vicinity .through at any time. All
the latest novelties nnd prices to
suit the times. Coates-Coleman
he Roscoe, Snyder & Pacific Ry.Co
ill ii liOl .M)
Mil III UOl.MI
. Only Pally Es. Sun. KITeclhc Dec. 1!)!). Daily Kx. Sun. Sun. Only
o a. in. l:(H a. m.
i5 a. in. 10:10 a. m.
.5 p. ;n. il:")5 a. m.
Lv. Itoseoe Ar.
Lv. Snyder Lv.
Ar. Fluvanna Lv.
.vnn ii. in. 5:tMi p. in
i:00 p. m. 3:io p. in.
l:i." p. m. 2:no p. in.
. . . ' i i : ...
i Schedule subject to rmintre w.u.om cvlu
S. A WES, A. C M. S. IIAHDIN, AUNT, SM DEH, 1 TAAS.
otoves, ripe nuc,
ga;umil I III II I ITWJnMlim n.in
I fact everything yoa need in the
stove line from a dollar heater to a
. $35.00 Range can be found at Lowe
1 &Leath's. All stoves sold to par-
! ties living in town delivered and set
We are prepared o ht your siove
- pipe up to order, and do any kind of
tin work in-ourshop. Prompt atten
tion given to all orders, large or
small, see us before you buy. Ve
don't e the cheapest, but sell the
best foV the least money
i i t
J. S. York was in (he city
J. W. Hastings was in Snyder
Mrs. Banks is visiting in Whs-
tella this week.
Oeorge Harris went to Fort
Worth Tuesday. '
II. W. Meyers of Bethel was in
the city Tuesday.
Oh you good things to eat at
Freeland & Templeton's.
A. J. McDowell went to Fort
Worth Tuesday on business.
W. A. McCullough returned
Wednesday from Fort Worth.
Curry & Taylor have a -few
more onion sets nnd seed pota
toes. Miss Bert Wilson has returned
home for the summer. Miss Bert
has been teaching In Kent coun
ty. Nothing better than New
South Syrup. For sale by Curry
Mrs. Ella Cooper left for Dal
las Tuesday to visit friends at
Stone Cardeii of the Bethel
neighhorhool was in the city this
J. 0. Perry of the Plninview
settlement was in the city this
B. H. Davis of the Cmishnw
neighborhood was in the city this
W. P. Williams of the Plain
view community was in the city
Always the best that the mar
ket affords nt Freeland & Tem
pleton's. T. B. Favors of Fluvanna pass
ed through Snyder Tuesday for
Fort Worth on business.
Well, well we are still Selling
J."i ponds of rice for one dollar.
Curry & Taylor.
J. W. Sthnson went to Fort
Worth Tuesday to attend the Fat
(danhn planting lime" is here.
(let imoiI seed from Curry &
Oscar Kelley of Post City pass
ed through Monday en route to
If you want a good cup of eoi
r(.r. fret I lie Ma x well House nt
Curry & Taylor's.
Charlie Brown passed through
from Fluvanna Tuesday en route
to Fort Worth.
You are getting the best thei
is if von are trading at Freeland
The Citv Council has set next
Frid.iv. the "24th. for Clean l'p
day for the city.
"It" is not "just I eived
; w reeeivintr nil the time t
Freeland & Templeton's.
('. Ii. While of the nainview
settlement was in the city this
If it is something good to eat
that, you want phone Freeland &
A. E. Dennis of the I'liion
neighborhood was in the city
Tuesday on business.
M. F. Lewis and W. I". Pratt.-n
of the Crowder settlement was ill
the city on business Tuesday.
Mr. Wagner of the Ira com
munity passed through the city
Wednesday for Fort Worth.
Something new and something
' fresh all the time at Freeland A:
Mr ami Mrs. Freileck are vis
iting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Massey.
If there is anything good to
cat in town it is at Freeland &
Jeff W.bh and Mert P.a ugh
made a trip to Sweetwater Wed
nesday. Freeland &. Teinpleton stands
for food that will tickle also for
Freeland & Teinpleton.
J. I). Sears left Monday for
Fort Worth and other points on
"It doesn't cost any more to
eat good fresh groceries, than it
does to eat old and staple grocer
ies if you trad."" at Freeland &
Mae Taylor returned from Aus
tin Inst week where he had been
j practicing' before the I ourt ot
i Criminal Appeals.
I Yon will not get in debt with
I yourself if you trade with Fr
iand & Teinpleton because they
i always have the lesi that there is
Miss Aurrt and Madge James
and Corda Golden were pleasant
callers at the Signal office Wednesday.
That some operations are nec
essary no one with good common
sense will deny. That not over
one operation in ten which takes
place today is needed, I firmly be
lieve. If you think, of putting
yourself under the knife nt the
suggestion of your physician, let
nie urge you to go first nnd con
sult II good Osteopathic, physi
cian. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. This
is to show how prominent people
C. H. Buckhannan "returned
from Austin Monday. Mr. Buck
hannau held nn important clerk
ship in the senate of the legislature.
Messrs. Payne, Elkiris, Warren,
Elv nnd H. (i. Towle went tf
Ilermleigh Thursday night to vis
it the I. O. O. F. Lodge at that
Jeff Justice of Justieebiirg
passed through the city Wednes
day en route to Fort Worth to at
tend the rat Stock Show.
A. B. Davis, president of the
Cow Boy Bank and Trust Co. of
Kotan. was in the eity on busi
Dr. J. Mr Bannister and wife
left Wednesday . for Abilene to
enter the Sanitarium nt that
place. They will both go under
an operation for appendicitis.
We hope they will be able to re
turn home in the near future ful
Rev. J. W. Hunt returned
Wednesday from Fort Worth
where hail been for several days'-i
attending the Sunday School con
vention. Mrs. Reed and Oentry were up
from Ilermleigh this week hav
ing an operation performed on
the child of Mrs. K I's at th-
Ralph Hicks of Polar was toss
ing the hall with lie- Snyder hoys
Tuesday and Wednesday. Ralph
says that he expects to tap some
home runs this season.
Just received, our Spring liney!
of neck wear. We have some ot
the choicest patterns latest
styles and liliest novelties ever
brought to the eity. Davis ii
The City Council has ordered
an election for the purpose of
elect irTg officers to take the place
of J. B. Chambers nnd J. Monroe
who have resigned.
John Ketner hud a lifllefirc at
his home last week. It caught
one of the curtains as it was
blown fiver the lamp, the curtain
setting fire to the carpet. Entire
damage was about fifteen dollars
which was covered by insurance.
The way a man's heart is In
the way of hi appetite. Send
him a message by getting good
things to cat at Freeland & Tern
A mass meeting of the eitiens
of Snyder and the Young Men's
P.usiness League is called for
for ti e purpose of discussing mat
ters pertaining to the jail bond
issue. Everyone invited to conic.
Thursday night at the court house
We are ready to serve vmi wit h
ice. Buy coupon books and save
pi cents on the hundred pounds.
Snvder Ice, Eight it Power Co.
j A special exhibit of the f
new spring styles for
YOU ARE INVITED Everybody is invited
to come and look over at your leisure this fash
ion pageantry of stylish hats for ladiess an
exhibit that for largness, variety, correctness
and beauty surpasses anything that has ever
been shown in Snyder.
X "3fs your "Put? to See
Z tl)e jiew Stales.
It will be a pleasure to our Trimmer, Mrs.
McConnell, to show them to you.
The woman who comes to look receives the
same glad welcome as the one who comes to
buy. Remember the date.
; Coates - Coleman Merc. :
V NORTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
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MILLINERY OPENING FRIDAY, MARCH T HE THIRD
Everyone respectfully invited to come and see all of the very
latest styles, shapes, shades and colors, in Ladies Head Wear.
Spring weather mean
( 'hi; lung ami I Ins is where
get eiiod spring clot hes.
,iv en !i usiast ie aboil! '
Von 'II be too if oii will cad
look at the many exel
liadess. marvels and patt-Ti: -
Iiae t'l the best ill Aim
We are ready for you.
Sid. Ms, Hats. Ties. Shoes,
pcrs and Hosiery, f 'ore' ai
; ii."u and you w ill ! n
- I (avis i Fellmy.
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I. a ies skirts in -i
mas and fancy wors' d
pa v you to look at 1 1,
lu.c- :iig your p!irehas..
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II.is just passed throuth T.-xas
j but the Big Store has j.s r
erived till hest lot of boys' cloth-
for the money tl at '.hey b.:ve
r beeV. able to s- cure. I f yo.i
want your boy a suit .' u -. i ! I
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