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Are all the Rage with the Ladies in Snyder
New Arrivals Every Few Days
OUR LADIES POPULAR CONTEST is gradually growing in in
terest They all want the fine plush coat and if you have not seen
the prize, the fifty dollar Plush Coat, Palmer Make, we want you to
come in and see it. Nothing to be shown this season in Snyder and
the lady who wins that coat will forever feel proud that she won it.
Other Palmer Garments from $12.50 on up. Come and see those new
Mannish Coat Suits, just arrived. Cheaper than ever before and
with each coat or suit you buy you get 10,000 votes which you can
cast for your favorite lady who is making the race for the coat or
Each dollar you pay to us whether for goods purchased or on
acount you get 100 votes except in the millinery department and
suit department and in the millinery department you get 6000 votes
for each hat you buy no matter what the price. In the suit depart
ment you get 10,000 votes for each suit you buy no difference what
the price is. We are selling more than ever of them and now that
winter has come you ought not to put it of longer, when right in
the midst of the season we have reduced the price so much that no
one should go around shivering with cold.
Take our word for it and come in and let us prove to you that
we have the swellest line of ladies Garments in Snyder.
We are daily expecting a new shipment of the newest in Lad
ies coats in the new suiting and reversible coat with the new big
sailor collars and some of them trimmed up in the newest two faced
o-nnria Tf vou have not boucht wait for them.
Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to secure more of your trade we are respectfully,
ni l- j: tli a jvnacf an1 YiATA WA firiVfl VOT1
Xi It Veil IdUJLca ll a v c uuircricu w vuu " - o - - -
their names and number of votes each has received up to this date.
Still there is yet room for more and yet plenty of time for new can
didates to enter.
The names of the candidates will be published each week in
The Signal. Watch this space and see if you haven't some friend
that you would like to help win the $50.00 coat or $25.00 Sewing
STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES VOTES
Miss Nellie Turner, Crowder : 89,900
Miss Mattie Pearl Nelson, Snyder 33,600
Mis Zee Bridgeman, Snyder 25,900
Miss Nell Corley, Snyder 23,200
Miss Viola Turner, Crowder 22,000
Mrs. Kate Nelson, Snyder 20,400
Mrs. Cora Jeffries, Bethel 10,300
Mrs. Walter Gentry, Hermleigh 10,000
Mrs. Eller Williams, Snyder 4,000
Mis3 Nora Stevens, Camp Springs G00
Miss Lela Porter, Snyder 400
Watch this space each week and keep posted as to the standing of
the candidates and see if there is not see one on the list that you
would like to help win a prize. Goods will not cost you any more,
in fact they will cost you less money here than elsewhere.
We are doing this to encourage cash trade and to induce you
to trade with us.
il m-mmmmmsKM rr-rrrL J?
Off to Conference
Rev. J. W. Hunt, Hcv. F. I.
Ilutelioson mid Hon. V. M. Tyler
left todnv for the nmmnl meeting
of the Northwest Texns Confer
once at Plninview I5ro. Hunt Iiih
rounded out a busy nn.l sueeess
ful year ns pastor at Snyder and
while lie cannot po with ns pood
a report as he wished regnrditiR
the new church Imildinp. his re
port along other lines is quite
good. . .
So far as the Signal knows it is
the unanimous wisli of the church
for Hrother Hunt to he sent lm;k
to the Snyder station. He i "
great favoV with all our people re
gnrdless of church alignment nnd
having the building propoMtion
well in hand he can d more elt. e
tive work for the church than any
other man that could I"' selected
for this place.
My sermon for Sunday a. m.
will be based upon Daniel the
second chapter. Theelmnietrr ot
a voung nian.l would especially
invite the young men "I our Utile
citv to hear this address.
Kverv address will he based
unon John 12:21. Sirs- U e
would see .Jesus. Don t eon..- to
hear me unless you would first see
your self as you .really are.
and then see .Jesus. There will
be no effort to whitewash things.
We have thrown away the sugar
teat also. ' . .
J. A. Arnold.
All orders for j"'' printing, etc.
laree or small are appreciated.
Call up the Signal when you an
in need of anything in the print
Mr O W. Weeks was fl piqu
ant and substantial caller at the
Signal of fire today. Heisalojal
supporter of the home paper.
If you wish to save money buy
Bill collectors are as t h. k J
hop, today, but the wind ami sand
has bad a tendency to cluck the
The county eomTniioner
Nolan county were ao much m
pressed with our new ja.l that
ll.ey will build one like iU
The series of meeting will be
gin promptly Sunday morning.
We are fortunate in having
the assistance of Dr. Ingram of
Waco, ami are promising the
people some good sermons, but we
trust that the services will be.
used for the glory of find and
good of the cause of Christianity
and that each worshiper will get
personal blessing as well as be
well entertained and we doubt not
that this will be the case
We give thepuhlie a cordial wel
come and will look afier your
, ,fort if 11"' weather gets col.l-
' r C. C. Howard.
Real Winter Spell.
This is tl blest spell of wea-
t-r this season. The weather
station tliis morning reported the
,,.,,.,,. ,ovn to -Ji; deirrees
iiliove zero. . ,
There was a very lurht mist o!
ruin last night and cloudiness has
...vvailed to-lay. Icicles wore lorn.
,., nl.oiit all the water tanks and
there has 1 li n genera.
,.,,. ,, the fuel merchants.
Died in Borden
Mrs Ton. Ahney died this morn
ing at 8:30 o'clock at the ranch
i I'.orden county.
She was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs T T Smith and a sister of
Mrs' Lerov John.n. These rela
iivM all left today to go to the
saddened home to attend the fun
eral. Nearlv evervone who wears
Munsing Cnion Suits, will go out
of ,U wav to advise his friends to
(l llk,iS'"- A. D. DODSON
n imm.ns.- cro.vd of people
' . . ... i . with cr.tlon
are in rMij'M-i .........
and other t:iie
2 . s
O Would you give to have your clothes
fit you O
2 like the fashion plates make their clothes fit Q
O the picture. Honest now. q
2 Do You Know
Rain or shine you are comfort
able in a i.iit of Munsing I nder-
w,'ar- a. D. nonsos.
There are very few Suits fit that way.
Mrs W H .Johnson and chil
dren returned Tues lay from visit
o the Fair at Dallas and to rla
ivo, t Forney. Dr. Johnson has
purchased a new automobile and
SrJll come through the country
we are turning out suits nearly every day that
Sre perfect models. We do not meun by that g
that they have fancy pockets, buttons, and a Q
rt it nf fancv foolishness, but no matter O
ncviv a v . v mmmj
how you are built we gcarantee to fit you sat
isfactory, o, refund the money. Aint you
ready to order today.
HOW ABOUT IT
We Want That Order
a d giaaMaa a
r-rv B m f Ml KZ.
Can Democrats Gain 88 Votes
Mr. Taft reeeivd :L'l electoral
Votes ill I'M) sevi'llty-llilie fe
than a majority. I'mler (he new ap
port .ionnieiits the same states in
1 ; 1 "J would give him Voles
eighty seven more than the lilllil
her reipiired. A loss of votes
Would give the eleelioli to the I )e-
Suppose v should lose these
states that he carried in llMis, hut
have since been electing Demo
crats with regularity: Conneeti
cu4t 7; Indiana .": Missouri 1:
Montana t ; New e.li sey 1.1 ; lino
L'l ; West Virginia v That would
he a loss of ninety votes. not
counting the possible loss ot" New
York or of oth.-r -t.ites th
bet 1) ill vol et i:i ft ft lit I i
if land slides.
It be.KS I, it. .1 I .if. I I,
s is ( 'ity S: ii r.
Mr. t h.i i b-s Y. S: iiiisoii. s. n ot'
.i r. and M rs. .!. W. Si biis.m n a r
SlIMleC alld Miss S.I. lie M.le
Hi't.wn of eight inib-s northeast
ot' Snyd.r were married at six
o'clock Wednesday eviiing at
the home of the otViei.lt ing minis
ter. K-'V. I'. C. Ilowar.l.
This Splendid Vouilg couple
have the goocl wishes of many
friends for their continued happi
ness and prosperity.
The back bone ot" our under
wear stock is the Munsmg Cnder
wear for men. women, youths,
misses and kiddles
A. D. DODsoN
For tl,.- Missionary Society at
the M. I). Parsonage, on .Monday
No elllb. f bill t 4 o'clock p. m.
Subject --Social Purity.
Motto Neither do I condemn
1 1 : go a ml sin no more. ' '
I'.ibb- studv-Fidelity toward
fallen -John VIII: :l ll.
Song. No. .",!.
; Letter from Miss Sheltou of
; Stamford. Texas, enroule to Chi-
h.i. read by Mrs. Sed. A. Harris.
I Song I.ea I on O King Ktcrnal
' b'esciie Work at Dallas-Mrs.
: Hin Hardy.
I '.iisin. ss.
; Leader Mrs. W. IL Johnson.
D:v K.is Sold Out.
. ; .i( . : . ess . ! . a I wa niii.lt' here
Js-x. ..a! .l.'.xs . ii, which Mr. A.
. I.. K kins has s,,i ,is cat ing house
1 he Mar' in le'ot hers w ho have re-
; 1. 1 ' !..., c. h' re ! Vol.1 .(ones
; ".mi, ty.
I M r. I! ' ii s. I,, t t.-i- ki..,w '. as Dad
' ! .is b. ' i, in 1 1 T-.-sj ,i lira nt busi
I i.ess :'. r ipiiic ,i w hile .iii.l has al-
ways eiijoti a liberal patronage
" if :e..pie ami it is w.tn regret
that we s,-e I , ini piit the restaur
ant business. We have not been
advised ;is to his intentions hut.
we hope that he wi't decide to re
train in u.ir ir.itlst.
We bespeak i',,r the gentlemen
v ho if.' bis sii ssors ii prosper
ous year in our midst and I id
t hern welcome.
.John Waskom and family left
over the Santa Fe yesterday for
Shreveport. La., where they
will visit for several weeks.
Munsing I'nion Suits will go to
the laundry more times than any
other make. If you wish for bet
ter underwear trv Munsingwear.
.. D. DODsoN
JI. '. ireecnl'ieltl WilS here tt-
lit y from D'Tmott. IL' will have
charge of the ll -w hotel at Dcr
niott an. I is establishing a trans
fer line to v:ut oil the travel on
both railroads. Me is a valuable
acquisition to the eitienship of
that sprightly ymii'g town.
Jake Mincer a prominent Texas . j nave a watron, one set e,f leath
1 IVlll'll in mil. ' i 1 n I.,,.-
eotion iur ' .-o..... -
icfr with our cotton men today.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A M. M.
Mo'orcTrle. Will trade for hors
and buggy. See Adrian Hanks, tf
er harness and a buggy I want to
trade for feed. See me. :lt
j Stonewall county people are
planning to huild a t.ig iani on
Stinking creek for irrigation pur
poses. A cre"k like that ought
to be filled up and blotted nut
Mrs. Sadler and daughter have
returned from Dallas.
President Taft denies h.uirg
played po'ities on his northern
tour. YYhtn he saiiLli.at his sten
ographer smiled suspiciously.
The firt time you happen t
have a l:t'l" leisure, j ist take
walk around to the new pump sta
tion and s.-e what Snyder can now
Mr. Hunter- buy 1. M. shelln
and your success is guaranteed.
For sale ly.
Met 'iillough lldwe. Co.
Noted Actor Dead.
T tit.-.. I I :.!!. O 1.1 V.1V "..K'l'U
I r.eio'w, the actor died here thi
I r.u rnimr.