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aeon's 1-2 Gal. Fruit
Jarc G1.00 Per Dozen.
Personal and Local
From Friday's Daily:
K. JI. Hrovn wont to Sweetwa
ter this evening.
Ucgular meeting of I lie Odd
Fellows lodge, tonight.
W. Jr. Hounds and family re
turned from Roscoe this morning.
S. M. Kemp was in town today
find dropped a dollar into the
Signal 'h cash box.
F. ('. Triunie representing the
National Underwriters of Dallas
Is calling on the trade today.
' Why hould people persist in
working ho much in the hot sun.
There is plenty of time to get rieh
in more tolerable weather.
Mr. J. W. Neil, special lecturer
for the State Agricultural Depart
ment visited Snyder today for the
purpose of conducting a farmers'
Miss Naomi MeCIintou return
ed today from a visit at Com
merce and is back at her post in
the post office.
R. H. Reeves of Fluvanna pass
I'd through here enroute home,
having recovered from an opera
tion for appendicitis at the Sani-
tnrium at Abilene.
The Signal has heard it hinted
that people who have fruit in their
orchards are watching their trees
to give a positive reception to who
ever it is visiting" the trees and
carrying off the fruit.
II. J. MeFall is here today from
Mr. W. I). Huffman was here
today from Dermott and laid a
sample of his fine plums on the
Conductor W. B. Johnson of the
Ii. S. & l. is back on his run to
day. Now let everybody go to church
tomorrow and forget nil about pol
itics and drouth,
Mr. and Mrs. John (J. Boweu of
Pyron are visiting their daughter
Mrs. W. T. Thompson. .
Miss Grace (luge of Comanche
arrived today to visit her sister,
Mrs. Allen Weaver.
It. W. Cunningham was in from
his farm today taking interest, in
the school land discussion.
The Signal has just gotten in a
big shipment of job stock and is
prepared to print anything you
may 'want, printed.
When Commissioner Lowe was
asked why they did not advertise
the school land for sale he said be
just didn't think of it.
Klders C. II. Kennedy and S.
A. Ribble arrived here today to be
gin a protracted meeting ton'ght
at the Christ iau church.
Grandma Lewis, who resides in
North Snyder was stricken with
paralysis Wednesday, but she is
reported Home better today.
John V. Bowen. S.' J. I). Ilall
imm. fjee Patterson, Mr. Class and
other Pyrou citixens are here to
da.Vjto be present at the Citizen's
A marnagn lici.',,. was issued
today from the County Clerk's of
Un-t-iW-Mr. John Ililcber and and
Miss Km in a Winetscblager of tbd
Rev. J. W. Hunt werrt to Polar
today to deliver a prohibition
sneer li t the picnic. He was ac
companied by Fred Oniyum, Wal
ler Davis and A. J. Grantham.
THE ENYD22, SIGNAL,
Mr. V. 0. Key of Bronte is pros
pecting in Snyder and called
plensantly nt the Signal sanctum.
He will read the Signal hereafter
and keep posted on Scurry coun
ty matters. x
A woman at Auburn, New York
collected a thousand dollars that
she hid in the house because she
was a fraid to trust the banks.
During the night, a burglar ran
sacked the house and got away
with her money.
The Signal learns that Smith
Brock has be'n appointed by the
Grand Hester of the Grand Lodge
I. (). 0. F. of Texas as deputy
Grand Master for the district com
posed of the Odd Fellows lodges
in Scurry County.
Rev. A. B. Ingram returned to
day from his trip to the World's
Baptist Alliance in Philadelphia.
He reports a great gathering. Five
thousand delegates present, rep
resenting all the United States
and Canada and delegates were
there from 2G foreign countries.
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Are Still Receiving New Goods
A FEW NEW ARRIVALS are Ladies Long Linen
Coats, both popular and attractive, Linen and
v Lawn Dress Goods.
SWELL TiHE.SSE.-RS FEEL INTELLIGENT BE
CAUSE THEy WE A. 7? COOti CLOTHES.COOn CLOTHES'
MAKE A GOOD FHONT.
Ajvn a coon fhont is coon backing fou a.
M AN TO HAVE.
WE A HE NOW MAKING PHICES TOV ON LEFT
OVERS. WE CAN ALWAys SAVE yOU A LOT OF
M ON By ON CLOTHES. -BUT NOW WE WILL SAVE
you A LOT MOHE. t
WE HA VE NOT SWITCH En TICKETS "BUT HAVE
MAHKEn nowN ouh coons fkom the OLn low
thices. if you noN'T helieveit. come and see
NEXT yEAH. WE WISH TO HAVE NEW GOODS.
HUT THOSE WE HA.VE. THOUGH THE T-RICES 7iE
LO W.AHE NE W NO W.
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Crescent Com'A c
From Tuesday's Daily.
Judge Logan returned today to
Mr. and Mrs. W. K.Shanklc left
Sunday for Vernon.
J. V. Kiley and family have re
turned from Mineral Wells.
Dr and Mrs. Scarborough and
daughter were visiting at Abilene.
W. H. M. S. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the M. K. church at
Fred Wenner left this morning
lor Lubbock and other points ou
Will Scrivner passed through
today going up to his old home at
A tank of gasoline on the H. &
T. C. at Corsica ua exploded and
vast damage resulted.
rlllll -llllJlj it'll, mm nun iiih
Justiceburg from which .,V.Ve he
will go on to the O. S. ranch.
Mr. and Mr J. W. iAivclady
and Misy folia. Lowe of Ml Paso
wcrtr visit orsSn the city today
'A dispatch from Austin sounds
the alarm of the Stale Treasury
is running low an da deficit is pro
Mrs. K. W. Dickey and her two
sons left his morning for Slaton
to join Mr. Dickey who is editor
of the Slaton Journal.
Mrs. L G. Humphries of Cole
man who is visiting in Snyder
and Miss Sallie Hester of this city
are visiting in Fluvanna today.
Judge Isnacks left this morn
ing for Lubbock at 'which place
lie will address the people on the
Statewide Prohibition question.
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Iatl. Mr.
and Mrs. K. A. Boles and Mr, W.
V. Weems of Fluvanna went to
Lubbock today to attend the pic-
Also a fine assortment of Um
brellas that are Bargain
We depend upon the sheer force of
BETTER VALUES to gain your trade
and hold it.
Our goods once
bought will bring
you back again
D. Kr.tehn. Tres.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Banks left
this morning for Plainvicw for
.-several days' visit, Mr. Banks or
ders the Daily Signal sent to biui
while he is away.
Mr. ( 'b.ii'les Bartlctt of Koseoe
passed through here for bis home
iliis evening. Mr. Bartlctt has
hem to Fluvanna on business for
the Higginbotham-llarris Com-;
I". A. Mabeii, who got bis foot
iiinsbed si rely, a few days ago,
while working on the Johnson
ranch is reported as doing well
and will .soon be able to pet about
Miss Jessie Letcher passed
through here today for her home
h Fluvanna. Miss Letcluris the
daughter of Sipiire Letcher of
Fluvanna and has been attending
selifiol at BcltoJi, Texas.
Tlir patriotism of every Ameri
can rises to the sublimcst heights
today when I hey hear the strains
of " Yankee poodle." "Dixie".
"The Bonnie IJue Flag" or see
Old Glory unfurled to the breeze.
Mr. and Mrs. ill.' P. Wellborn
Miid family leavetotnorrow for a
tour through the jracific States.
They will visit jilioir daughter.
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,iir. . t . aue y nl .Ti-ii 1 4 it- ciu'i
i e uiif by water f) Svui Fran'.-i-eo
"' , . -,. ,oii: They expert to
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Coates-Golenian1 Mercantile Co.
THE QUALITY STORE"
North Side Square,
J. Careker and a number of
other Dunn citizens were in th
city Monday and heard the pro
and anti speaking.
Mr. U. M. Thompson and family
who have been visiting Mrn.
Thompson father Mr. Jep Brown
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Overalls, Overalls, Overalls, at
at Fluvanna arrived today to vis
it Mr. Thompson 'm father at this
place. Mr. Thompson is connected
with the Hock Island in the ca
pacity of agent at Wihlorado.
From Monday's Daily.
There are lots of people in town
today waiting for the rain.
Miss Flora (Jarvin of Anson is
visiting rriends in Snyder.
Judge A. V. Logan of Flovanua
is in Inwii today to attend County
'Just received 10 dozen overalls with and without bibos-
Come nd look nt our Slippers, will Rive you some good bar- X
gaiilson them, also our siraw hats and summer pantaloons.
I v'.e sure and lfet us take your order for that revr suit.
J SaUsfaction guaranteed. The swellest line of ties In town- 4
Silit Iono with linen foot hoel and toe foe, 50c per pear. J
Two Doors South of Post Office. :
Mr. L. IKmglicrly of Dallas is
visiting MrsS Sadler ,-ind family.
J. (i. Met !cA left for his home at
Burnlmm t his ynorning 11 ft r sev
eral days spent iji tie- city on business.
Sixty Years ;o Stanford
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A straight hones!, Crccm ol Tartar
Baklnj; Toivdcr. Made Irom Grapes.
Makes tetter, more heclthlal food.
Cold without deception.
HO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE
Alam la Ioo4 mast trlor act ma m pol-oo.-
?"( Mu, Yd UmntTtitj.
Hand tlto label.
Cuy no bohlnj powder unless
C:a Izkel ciiovs It to to medo
frcrrt Creen cf Tzrtr.r.
S. II. Kelsey and' K. II. Brown
were passengers to Fluvanna to
day, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Winston of
Fluvanna are visiting in Snyder
Mr. F. M. Burnet a-ic' 1"'
Keeder of Fluviinn;! arc in tua
I iiele Ben Davis returned
few d.iys ago from a visit fit
Lewis Vidal left JCKtenhiV t -.-.pend
the Fourth with I10111-' t'
in KI Paso.
Mrs. J. C. Johnson of Fluvnaim
passed tli rough here tpday ('-1'
route to Ijoseoc.
I'dgar Smith of Burnet cour.:.1'
is in SnyiJer visiting his broil.'1''"
Oz and Lon Smith.
Jim Kelly returned this mov
ing from Sweetwater ;vhii' ''''
has been on busine ss.
Clarence Thrash came in t'1"'
morning from Sweetwater wl"rt'
be has been on business.
A. (5. llarral came in this ww
ing from Abilene where he
been on business for several
Kev. V. 1. Mrvin w is hero Sat
urday iiom Ansou to officiate '
the funeral of the late Mr. ;;
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Ward 1-f '.' ;:
morning for Post City, LuW'1 r;
v. IL'-rcford. Tli-y will ! a'1'
fro'.i tbi (i: v fur s -er:d day
J. W. A. Cox. Trin. CornTDept.