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THE SNYDER SIGNAL.
j M iti i 1. 6tM -i '' MJ u( m i-a h mi a feta hit iUU MUmju. Ifef Ltft 44 fcW Ih4 ! I n u ti p i U 12 II f i k ii n ri n u n M N (9 M 11 II II TTTsO ' "j v; r I 1 v oaii(Q)S mi You must hurrv to Get Reduced Factory Prices. The Big Factory to Home Introduction Sale is Almost Over! 1 1 ' 1 n M 1 1 Now i. the time to make your selection from the largest and most complete stock of high grade Pianos ever shown in Snyder, You will never have another opportu- nt vnur nwn terms and Drices. M nuy iiKe this to Duy the oesi ana most wen Known nanuaru mane nun - t 1 . 1 a J 71 i 3 it - J ' i1 Vwt i r I Henderson Building. I Ea t sido 3; i quare. HALL SiUSiC Co Next door north of the old Arcade II VJ ADVERTISING TALKS Written by Wm. 0. Freeman The value of the trade of a small body of people was brought very forcibly to my notieo the niht of the Wanniiiaker Jubilee Dinner in Philadelphia. Jn the inarch made by the grand stand there were seven thousand Waiiaiiiaker employes, and it took them one hour and five niin utou to miss the stand. It must have impressed Jlq. Wanamaker as it did others who study the value of advert ising thai even a handful of people I i U - with the Itvnepdciis circulation.-, tint .V?wir. 'v. no give f'- !l'-ir advertisers .v. mi In. valuable to imy li.erchniit. who rnt their est nd.ci Using. The;e are some nevspaers in the V "i'cd Slat 's have ten. ril'i"i- and twenty tunes as many of employees people sSmilar in biiving power. Just think what their trade will inenn to any advertiser. Just think how necessary it is t a j -peal to them in the ritrht way t win their trade. I wonder if we newspaper pen pie reallv realize what great pnw in A 1 1 r hands what it means WE ASSUME THE ISK You Are Not to Pay Ua One Cent UnleBS Benefitted IVrsons suffering from chronic kidney ailments are asked to calj at our store, purchase a box of Hexall Kidnev I'll Is and in th event, that they do not prove of benefit to them, we agree to promptly refund the purchase price. Our experience in selling Hex all Kidney I'ills has been such as to demonstrate to us the iiromi jiess ami certainty of their action an we want every sufferer from any form of this peculiar disease to accept orr offer. Iicxall Ki. ..cv Tills may be held only at our store- - The l.'exa Store. Sixty pills in a box. pru .'id cents. ( iray iiiii I t-n r ' 1 1 1 1 1 our the rea- to merchants to give t mivilec-c of addressing ders every day ? Instead of the newspapers be ing as some people thing they are wholy dependent upon I'axors of ad'-' ''l is ms, i ui 't the sh.ie r ;! ly on the other foot ? Is not (lie advertiser in great need of the publicity that 'he 'l-iil.v ':,'"'M'" per gives him?. The trade of seven thousand people given to one store would mean a business to that store on it most conservative basis of at least. $700,000 ,in average of only . 1(10 per vear for each person. Now wh-T. that is multiplied l.y ten or fifteen or twenty as it often is bv merchants who win the confid'-iice and trade of readers of newsapers it represents a tre mendous fo'ee, Advertisers sl.ou'd never over the va'ue of :. iiev s:! ; i Hi even a smril 'i( ulalui'i. so Mvcry county should bavi d, minnsl ration farm. In fact eoiint v that does not "have oni a short lime is goiiij; to lim mi-'i t ill I he fee r ol ! I:" VVn of t.'.'i i !i 1 1 ii r.i I progress. The 'M l.i'irilature passed a hill that per mits the ( 'ommisioiier s com ! each county to uppropriatc as mm h as a thousand (loll.-.rs for demonstration farm work. In a lili'.iihel" of counties in Texas, ap- jiropriatioiis have hecn made and a like sum i.l each ease has lieen I donated by the Department l' ; Al'i ie;,ll ore of tin1 National Iov j eminent. The u'overiinii'iit imt ' only furnishes half the money of I c.imluet in'r demonstrations but it supplies one of iis experts to taki ,:ii e.. o he WOI K. I Ills ex ei is a practical farmer who knows how to grow crops in a scienti lie manner ami who when harvest time comes around has prool to show that the depart mental i thuds of cultivation are the most product ive of result -I. Kesults is what the farmer wants and de mon ; ratio" farm work is pro dm ing the kind that convinces. loo w: ong as it has tec ; ice the readers le .ircu.ation cr to im'l evtitilli." !l T.EST MADE EASY When Snyder People Learn This There Will Be Less Sleeplessness. bad Can't rest at night with back. . A lame, n weak or an aching one Doans Kidney 1'illsare forbad backs. , , They are endorsed by grate. ul people. , Andrew Allen of Midland. Tex as mvh: "I had a dull miserable feeling in my back which cause, me a great deal of annoyance ami whenever I stooped I could scarce ly regain an erect positiou. Th pa of tl,e kuJue secretions were too frequent, es pecially at night and I was forced lo arise several times. n n i heard about Down's K'1 I procured a aunoly. I used the contents of two boxes and receiv ed great benefit." . For sale by all dealers. Pr.f cents. Foster-Milburn "'"J1; Jo, New York, sole agents for the Tnited States. Remember the name Ian s and take no other. To advertise in the Signal means that you will get whatever oii advertise or Purify the sewers of the body and stimulate the djrrtir. or gans to maintain health strength Ld energy. Prkklv . is a tonic for the kidneys, liver. Ftomach and bowils. When the hands l:aj) badly ami the skin splits on tin- finger tips everv ii i ! i : r i is painful. I'AI ,.b:)'S SMiW IdNI.MKNT puts , ml to the misery. One or two .plications heals all soreness and p stnres t be hards to sound Colldl ,,, I 'ri,-,. -J.-.e. .'.He a,,d . 1. Sohl .y all druggists. If we are not our brother's keep ,-r. we should at hast be interest ed in his property when we real ize that our own success is partly (,..ent ihw.ii his So let's pa tronize our ..vu( industries and help everybody--ourselves included. j Chronic rheumatism eontiacts I the muscles, distorts the joints ami undermines the strength, a powerful penetrating and reliev inir reined v will be found in BAL LARD'S SNOW MNIMENT. It restores strength and suppleness to the aching limb. Price 25e. .'.0e and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by ail druggists. . Demorest Contest Tnasday Night The Signal is requested to say that Mi Brady's Demorest con test will be held Tuesday night in the Christian church hall. The change is made to Tuesday night heeai.se of the home talent play being presented Monday night at thf Opera House. A coated tonirue, foul breath and clogged condition in the bow rsl suggests the use of Iickly Ash Hitters. It is just suited for such ailments. There is a list of new rules gov erning the running of automo mohiles along country roads Ask Hugh Scarborough about these laws. He has the complete code of rules. Kir3ch6aunTDQc!ics. Alt. WOOL I ' t- . P vt Al v WM i i.".n .-ryr. s vfr.7v ? ifP' mil! M V - V 'i I 11 I M ..: - . . ,1 k r.: -I a .1 it r..,i,.iiM,r (,f Vultclielil Tower. Tower of imil K irseliliiiiiui models shown (reeling from left t.i ' ig.il MM ni Slid the "Viinfelo" Wale. in. ,in Ti tie M EN'S All-Wool Suits at $15 $18 and $20. No jniess-work but chemical-test proof of all wool. Color tested, too. Kach suit strictly hand-tailored. With quality of trimmings and nicety of finish not deplicn'.ed in any other pop ular priced clothes. Made up in every desirable model of the season from con servative to ths ultra cuts. The in comparable KIRSCHBAUM "YUNGFELO" suits included, at $18 to $35. A. B. Kirschbaum & Co ' Clothes (Cherry Tree Brand) unquestionable the standard ilothes of America. Kirschbaum is the House with the AII-WmI Policy. Over a half-eentury expeVnee in clothes making. Kirschbaum Clothe art fully guaranteed. If suit with the Kirschbaum label (Cherry Trw Brand) shows any flaw in fabric, any imperfection in making, we will return the money, rrices $15 to $35. A. D. Dodson Held Most Delightful Meeting With Mrs. A. N. Harkrider Saturday. The West Side Thimble Club met, ngfiin in regular session, the hostess being Mrs. A. N. Hnrk rider. .Mrs. Ernest Orimes acted as president, and n most profitable session was enjoyed,. Roll call was answered with Thanksgiving' (pmtat inns after which a ino-st enjoyable afternoon was spent. Mrs. Hcrkrider served a deli cious salad course with hot cof fee which was enjoyed to the full est, extent. The next meet inir will he held with Mrs. (ieorire loekham and it is the desire (hi t every meiii1. el he there ami on time. The wind was h:;rh nil d.iy Mon dilV hilt eased off II bit at lli'll. lav i:iol'iiii'' it hail The Arrest of Oen. Reyes May Hinder for Awhile, But it is Eound to Come Washington. Nov. 24. Federal Agents have been closely watch ing events in Mexico since the end of the last revolution. This action it was learned to day was taken at the instigation of' the high I'nited States offi cials who believe that interven tion by the I'nited States nust bo the ultimate solution of the situ t ion. President Taft has sent n let ter to (low Cohpiitt informing him that S-crclary of War Stim so;i I as liirii ordered to eo-oper-; t with Texas authorities in Stop- volut ionary net ivity on Mid protecting Amer- li.V Tiles 1'ailieil a t'l' le-mi eoniinir i1' the snow 1 m 't .'or-' I ' "IS III 1: lio'.e! i I ' i or cc'i s urn !. on t ' all i clrir. ! t' eVer JV .'I.I.I lire.Mlv oil iei h oil' r.'s. i he ra!si;iir oi l '! Mo mai.e is snr. the lust iiyiiii.' eoiiotiy. Not ti i!! not i !'o. In- e hut for tli' reason ot a cpij i c;i II lie chiiiery I'rein tin ei ill the gronil" am ready for pi -e Prick! lie s!o-e; ri"l. ll I roll Me- i;':t and atVir corn ; to lie on i rops of at the anythiiiir that t'.is I hall. lied With time it is l I till it is sai iir-mg on t he v Ash ping ail r Tex.'is soil ii live".. The ,,ee a'e.l by i riously to t v of Mad ill-.. insurre limel ot' Ian Mexico. , "l ('' s;,i'e;. ei:t resolution iiiiiutrur u. K'eyi s threatens se involve the sovercitril m, There are five huu tos ill the lieii.'h teir ilo reailv to invade Stille st rom 1 of M ti . i 't i Hi: -i' X Ii l ili to 1 1 eU o in con-uprising-s 'row in of e I'nited i an i pi .!...!. lor (iil'I'i slilpl rent I'lit. Willi i w it ho ut i'lHl e ,,!' this soil I I SO. vli:.l mil ant. i- bh- ll' ,M III tary jiroti , s-:,t of o: tainili t I. i v a in Mexican affairs. ,oi'LT to the extent of - a pi o isional lnili toiate with the con-,e- powers and main I iila'ioii until the bei th III il.e- mai it is a This soil wi that 's been than tin re - b',' chalice t' el', t In-refol'i won!. I sin."' eel. tain soii.e i i.f maie and In oom coi n i.tii W 1' ll soiae .Inn few on n ' ill II eou s a l I ho-s. line sol leli.iite prodil ih'luon- eltis ill pl'oi i;r it 'Mes t ll :at t toll. itton ll l-oMoli eS he 1 1 l l 1 -pi'oJioSit ioll, e the stuff -I rated - more In- ai'- possi- hehl'lo e-.lth to wast--. We he next ero'l .Mexiean i'o e iiiie ill can beeonu stable. ll is report"! w ill tali.' up the tiTelti"ll lillih'l er tomorrow or hat the cabinet mat I' r wit Ii in iliscussjon. eith Kridii ' 's ine't- no L'.l i' ' rji e W I i ! I I I 'i; is a a tin ll, .i,. a ot, I: ir corn. H'vhu'ii ii irn and I an, I h: ii,! wc th. -it , r i i ': A v !er e!i! i . I st pin: i i" luti.'.i in nine n . i! ! : 'l''l!ll''l:' ' to let (lis t.llUe. Ma'f'-r'i is not strong e i w e.i I lo r .' t !, pol it i ml ra w i ii lT in on .M ex ir w 1 ieh makes in- by tl;.- Cniled Stiites ;l sibilil . The hist l'ei- t ry . th. a I iiii.st a ii 'I., fi'-ia , ., I.el I! ri: le, .1 1'l. ll ' cost this col al s alul the arc not di" ss,ir' or' gov-;ed lard or ..:, s Ibil i I t I I 'J' I Ihloat.. I bv all I.,, in S; 1 11 irrit . ii-.- l.a, I: acts I I UlL's and fl. on : III ,.r.o I. a! L'l'.ili.i .! illlT eol;sj, !;. p:i w er. .! Males ( a: .! I. :.:.!, :ii)a a ''a net he Fubual le. i : ii ! a i in d in- ' a i.. I l 1 he ou'eo ir., III- in'v a-ippear-oui in is- ."lio'h- ai th- court . I is in- x pres- i:e. Ir i 1 1 'r ol I S M I I nect s to ssinan id 1 I.l t be ab! 1 .urtress II i I'S ( '( e to ir f the limit tee ex t a thirtv Snow fell this week along the Ft Worth and Denver road from Childress to Texline. Tf that New Orleans cotton eon plan and set it in motionetaoin f lan and set it in motion the coun try might think aomelbing; had hern accomplished.. Mr. Hryan is not favorable to the nomination of Champ Clark for President. The NVbranksn i inrlinrd to Harmon. Every time two Mate candidate who are opposed to Colquitt get together, tiie (Jovernor considers it a conspiracy against him. Brother Jake's Little Joke. The Ion. .I.i. -ol. K. Wnlit rs who ilsjiires to a seat ill t be I 'lilted St a ' es Sena! a t W;sh in e-'on thus informs ihe lion. A. 1'.. II.nie-utt of ( I. luiriie : "If ce ted to the senate of tin" Kvery town and villaue in I I'nited States. I shall whenever Wist Texas makes the school and 'afforded an opportunity vote for church interest th- first and bier-; a statute prohibiting the iuter- ir.w io-oo.iviti.in to be met I st ill e sh 11 imt-n t for Purpose of five foot channel at i:ll estoil. I sale intoxicating i::t tin- lOUi.l'H The Kansas wretches who car- ( states or subdiv isons thereof ried an iiiOtlVuhive yuung woman ; where th manufacture and aale to the country and brutally smear ! of intoxicating li.pinrs is prohih ed tar on her person have been . ited by law. " sentence dto a years imprison- " For purj'oses of sale"' That'll nn iit. The punishment is nothing a little joker. IntoiirHtirig liqnor like propotrional to the enormity arenever shipped info dry tcrri- of the crime and it will be many tory for purposes of ajtl l.iv he foe the citizenship of Lincoln Center and Shady Bend can outlive the odium. If has been figured out that a prohibition legislature would re fuse to dect .lake Wolters to the Senate, even tLoueh the primaries should instruct for him. Such a calamity could hardly be expected iMiiocrata have not forgotten how thev were driven into th What the prohibit ionisf want is a law forbidding shipment of intoxiesting liquor into dry terri tory. Hrother Jake is a long way off from the Prohibition jh-mand. Waco Times Herald. The tariff question and the in itiative, referendum and rreall will occupy the minds of the peo- now nifv ere urncu iinii nil- in- nmi'i,.i m- uuiiui; - - gulf f.ir refusing to follow instrne I year, but the (piestions that ap tion. peal to the people of West Texa The fact that outside capitalists ; are those that will bring abot are proposing to lend money , happiness, prosperity and inafer on Scurry count' property proves ial imjirovement here. We want tha; business men know a pood : legislators who will work for the thing when they see it Wetra development.