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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER. TEXAS
September, 23, i9U GRAYUM I DRUG COMPANY The Drug Store that has stood the acid test of time.. That X hai grown steadily both in business and in the confidence of the poople--tfjti is the Drug Store to do buxufss witn. our record speaks' for itself. Years of experience in bnsiness deal ings with the people of this community together with effi cient service and ample resources makes this Drug Store worthy your consideration. ' The Rexall Store : LOCAL HAPPENINGS IN SNYDER 16 YEARS AGO It is believed by some that three hundred bales of cotton will be ginned here this season. This may prove too large an estimate. Bookout Items Thelate rains which fell in this community were fine, the best since July '05. Mr. ami Mrs. I. II. Nelson and baby Howard of .Snyder paid us t visit this week and attended the Baptist meeting. The Baptist meeting after ten days zealous preaching by Elder J. W. (iarrard assisted by Klders 11. J. McNeil and N. M. Leslie elos d oji Monday with three conver sions and two additions to the church. Some of the Jumbo people at tended the meeting when conven ient for them to d o so, accom panied by Esquire Stavcley, who conducted himself very nicely, but just after the noon service din ner was announced, a very becom ing blush would spread over that gentleman's face such as we might Hee on the cheek of a gentle mai den of forty summers when her first lover would ask her as the irishman used to say: "To be his for life or forever, be dad." J. V. Riley attended the meet ing dressed up in a very becom ing suit of store bought clothes. Now who will complain of the times. We can well remember when a pair of socks were appre ciated. Dave Jones wont sell his baby, no use to nsk him. Pastor September term of the district court meets here next Monday. The following is a list of the grand jurors who will look out af tcr the interests of the county and sift out any devilment the boys may have been guilty of during the last few months: ,11. Ii. Pyron, Dave Jones, John Coonsman, (J. C. Buchanan, John Golden. (J. W. Peddy, W. K. De chazo, W. II. Kimzey, J. B. Akers, J. F. W. MeFarland, Joe R. Thorn son. J. F. Cost on, A. J. (Jrantham, J. I Grantham, I. II. Nelson and E. Baugh. Petit Jury for the first week.. . W. A. Anderson, Joe Autrey, F. Aucutt, A. I). Dodson, J. I. Boon Lee Bonn, J. A. Bean. V. 0. Was son, F. Crist, A. L. Sloan, H. F. Joyce, W. Ii. Head, M. D. Keep, Ira Kuteh, F. J. (Jrayum, P. S. McDermott, J. R. Murphrcc, D. Nation. Kam Wilson, J. I). Oliver, M. W. Scrivner, J. II. Harnett, J. W. Popinoe, J. V. Riley, J. I). Sears, 0. W. Smith, A. Parker, H. L. Ware, J. II. Nunn, Henry Bar foot. ' From Tuesday's Daily: J. P. Crowley of Post is in the city today on business. See me for Watkin's goods. I7-2t I). K. BANKS K. T. Hill, an attorney of Hos coe is transacting law business in Snyder today. State of Ohio, City of Toledo Lucas County Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co. doing business in the city of Toledo, County and Stte aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this Gth day of December, A. 1)., 18HG. (S, al) A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- J. II. Berrv, of Rural route, No. 1 ,nn'1 "1""' .1 was in town todav ami handed t,lfi l,,0"(, '"J'1 surfaces of Your money will buy more at our store than any place in town. McCullough Hdwe. Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Massey have gone to San Angelo for a stay of a few weeks. LISTEN I have a good second hand buggy to sell or trade for a good milch cow or ponv. 37-L't D. E. BANKS. the Signal a big round dollar to move his date forward another year. We just naturally love that ! tiort of a man. Scurry County Farm to trade) for residence in Snyder. See or w rite S. A. Riddle, Box 517, Sny der, Texas. 13-4t McCullough Hdwe Co., the hus tling hardware men are offering some special inducements for cash. the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75 cents. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. KiKchbaumTCfothci All WOOU Htm Toitooro HE Season's Styles revealed a decided English influence in men's suits. Shoulders natural and roun ded; body lines incurving; the waist rather high; and with the lines of the lower limbs long and slender, narrowing to the feet. . 4 To best appreciate the change in cut, slip into one of our beautiful new A. B. Kirschbaum & Co. Suits and study the effect in the mirror. You are bound to be pleased with the trim, nifty, clear-cut reflection. And the new fabrics -they are really wonderful! You lenow, to be fashionable, you must have the right shade and chaiacter of weave, as well as cut. KIRSCHBAUM materials and color tones are everywhere recognized as authoritative. They are all wool and fast dye as proved by laboratory test. And every Kirschbaum garment Is hand-tailored. The Kirschbaum label (Cherry Tree Brand) is your guaranty of the highest excellence in clothes. Prices for suits $1") to S33. Overcoats $15 to $4C. When you examine the Kirschbaum $22.50 Special vVo rat ed Suits you will see the most decided values ever prouuecd for thy price. They are band tailored from all wool fabrics wilh the character and dis- A.rU.Jv tinction that make Kirschbaum clothes iKIUSCHtUVMlVX ...i..., ,1(v urothe best. The Kirscb- b ium label guarantees satisfaction. gEgto A. D. DODSON 4 Have your measure taken by an expert cutter and fitter. At Coatcs-Coleman's Sept. 'JD-.'K). Agents for the celebrated Schloss Baltimore clothes. : School Book Depository : "We take pleasure in announcing to our patrons, friends, and the public generally that our drug store is the v'iooI book Depository for the schools rjfr the town and county.' We carry all bonks this year from tneprimary grades up to and including the eleventh grade. Wc tfuliuit jour business in Drugs, Stationery, School Hooks and School Supplies with the assurancethat we are prepared to serve you satisfactorily in every detail. Notice After, October 1st, all parties filing deeds, mortgages, or any thing for record in the county clerk's office, must pay cash for it et the time of filing 1 pay cash fnf all ia Iw.ltk ntul tirtult S rl V ejlll- , wi .... a.w. ....v. .. i not do nnv more credit work. All papers left for record will not lie recorded until paid for. Yours trulv, It. A. j-.nUNK. Co. Clerk, Scurry County, Texas Abilen is hoping to get a branch of the Santa Fe. The rejuort is that a route is now being surveyed from Buffalo (iap to Abilene. OWL DRUG STORE, i F. V. CLARK, Druggist. Te'o; hr.e 221. A saloon keeper in Houston was convicted of violating the liquor law and the county attorney forc ed him to jjay it fine and then pro" (veded Jo have hi license forfeit- i ed Friends of the saloon raised the point that the man had sntis j fied 'he IrtW by paying the fine, jbut the cnur.ty attoMii-y jirgU'-s l!..it a v.!i.- i !!..?. se j a j . rwiit t ) ',! ..-.: but ii'.t t- it- law, therefore, if the saloonist can not conduct his business without violating law he shall not conduct it at 'all. The Stamford NewstTiibune thinks Hniley's retirement may put a stop to political wrangling in Ti'xas but it is bad for those who believe ill old fashion de mocracy and representative gov ernment. , Oh! fashioned democracy means direct popular government and .Mr. Bailey is not willing to have public matters to popular rabble. He wants the benefit of wisdom as it is embodied in the Senate. I There is, in a mysterious and vague way something brewing in the pot of progress for Colorado. It is a proposition of considerable magnitude and seems to be back ed by men of financial and execu tive ability and should it material ize so as to become tangible and the proposition be put up to the town in the form of a contract, Colorado will take hofd and pull it through. At present we are not allowed to say anything except that our business iiin have the matter in hand and will investi gate it and report it later. Colo rado Record. It may be a badger fight. The Signal is read every week by .r)(KH) people in Scurry county and it wants to go into every home. It further more wants h cal news from every community in the county. I ' I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oarrard left mes.iiiy evening for HillsUro to reside. i: r v ,i ; .'..,. n .M.-rd.-y Ladies Let us print your re c ption nE,j..rv invitatinn, We are pr ;, ,-,., p;vp y0n ,,roini m l uc--.-ate f.'rl e p.n l will v ! r' ' yur n-t crder. The National Political Outloci Political insurgency is ing in thifT country and both t' old parties show to be tiring 'jp the old ironside leadership afl(j ( -freer and more democratic j,j,4 is taking hold of the people. The advancement of ejvi tion, the development of fc.r merce, the unfolding of political imd economic fonditic-i ' c.ill for corresponding changes it : methods and systemsand thc litieal world is as ready to rT sjtond as is any other departing! except for the fact that in jyj. ties the leaders are often nieml, of the old schools and ares,, in adopting the newer theory but the time seems to be co?;;;-. for a general shaking up and li, nation is soon to see the mciuy;"' of strength lietween the olljr:'' the new schools in both the o!; parties. i It will come first in the pan primaries. The old line ; crats seem to be lining up la Judge Harmon while the gmi, tendency of the people who hiv tired of the old system seem ux'ia ed to line up for Dr. Wilson. The stand pat Republicans wiJ ) rally to Taft for president wtiK the insurgent element will tn the nomination of La Follette. ' Now, nn advance look don the line of future probability ' reveals that with Taft agaii ITarmon the onteome is douWiV and with the race between Wi son nnd LaFollette, the votem;; be expected to be a strict pirtj! affair, but with either Wilson i' gainst Taft or LaFollette agaiss Harmon the chances are thatfc: insurgent clement will win. ! The Ignored Consumer j Viewing the special session j Congress broadly just two thiijij stand forth. I'lrst a wise, H V principle thaty of Reciprocity! has been enacted into law, bate, applied as only to profit inorttU duly special privilege already tj highly protected for the safe:. of the true protective systtsr" while working an injustice too: third of the nation's population Second that absolutely nor; lief has been given to the Arc. can consumer, except the Amff can newspaper, despite the that both the house and Shjj'. sent to President Taft, for hiu -proval, measures, which, but ff( his veto would have brought ic ; mediate relief to the cost ofli'j ing, without destroying legitime, honest protection of a j American industry. Philadflp-- North American, (rep.) That sugar will be cheaper.'- in a fortnight is the prediction' Kdwar.I V. Atkins, vice pns!: and general managing director the American Sugar Ret'ininS1 pany. Atkins says: ; "The domestic beet sugar of the West is just com men- and in two weeks deliveries'- . - be made. This crop is estni;aj at 5:5000 tons. The Louisiana r stimate at 325,000 tons will on the market the first of NeT' her. These two sources will ' nish a supply sufficient to pro'- for all requirements until the" arrivals from Cuba Jan. 1. Somebody, it may liavtV Senator Sorghum, it matters i who it was, said a long, long ago, that character is what ' really are and that reputation what other people think we It follows, if this be true, ' evidently it is, that we w have a reputation jn a c0"1", ity that would be enlireiy h' - nt to what we reallyy are. ' est neonle in the world are tl whose characters are right aiM ten they are rather obscure t rens mainly because they u f blow a lio.-n every time thy !' good deed. It is what we a low the surface that count-i coe Times. We have n big stoek 0- ',' :ire r-wl fVr cov-rir.. 1 -.r Ci -!,.