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TUB BXVDKIl WEEKfil" SIGNAL
A PROUD ' BAPTIST PREACHER INSTITUTE F03 WEST TEXAS BRO. BOB. GLQS!"S - DAY .4444444444444444444444444444 oodman Flour Millars Coffee and Mary Jane Syrup 2 r tt 1 1 r t Iluiskainp's Calendar Shoes Dr. A. II. Ingrain Wan Kiilstnntlnl ly Heinenitiercil ly llurnca fillSM. Secretary Kone Announces the Dates For Meetings of the Institute in West Texas ; a Lomoinauon naru 10 ocai ; SEE Denson Sz Smith CMu4t-iclrlr Cnnarn ..4444444444444444444444r444444444444 44444444444444444444444 44 44444444 444.4444444444.444 4 1 4 4 fligginbotliam-Harris & Co. I Dealers In Lumber, Wire, Posts, Taints and Oils, Screen Doors and Wire Cloth. Snyder, Texas 4 't"44444444444444444444444444444444 Rev.' A. H. Ingram wan ntruttlnfi about town this morning daring his frlonds to touch him. IIo was dress ed up In his Southern Baptist Con vention clothes and looked plumb "swell" but the thing that made him foci so proud, was a handsome gold watch, together with a beautiful silk fob with gold trlmtningH, presented to him by tho members of tho Hn rnca class of the "Baptist. Sunday School. Brother Ingram organized this class and has been their leader and teacher and has seen tho class grow Into a splendid body of young men and he Is justly proud of thorn. Tho inombcrB of tho class realizing that Brother Ingrain Is soon to leave them, got their heads together and made up a purse for the purpose of making their retiring teacher and pastor a present that he could re fer to nt nil times nnd as an express Ion of tho esteem they feel for him. IIo admits that he appreciates II, wore than lie can tell. Ous McCllnton from the north' Under the direction of tho, State Department of Agriculture, Kurmers Institutes will be held at the follow ing places: The tyour set for each of the dates is 1:30 p. m. Tulla December 11 I'lnlnview, December 12 Lubbock, December 13. Tost City, December 1 4 Snyder, December lii. Sweetwater, December 16. The placo of meeting will bo an nounced by the local committee at each point. TIioho institutes will bo conducted by Mr. B. I.. Name who will discuss diversification, rotation, seed seloc tlon and better cultural methods. Officers of the Institutes already organized will ploaso assist In get ting the farmers out f.o ';.enr these important fiuosiio- (;S0UM, The State, department or ncrlcul ,urrf publishes from time to lime, val liable; reports upon topics of vital in terest to l he farmers of the State All institutes will receive, copies t all bulletins Issued bv tho lieattrt- I'nstor A. II. Ingram Bid Goodbye to HU Congregation. I'aMor y Bishop Arrive Sunday was an Interesting day at the Baptist church. It was the oc casion of tho farewell sermon ny Dr. Invr:iin who rounded out his third year as pastor In Snyder and his peo ple felt sad over the fact that ho and his family are going away. Their goods wefo shipped out to Frederick Oklahomn last week and the family will leave Tuesday after noon. They leave hosts of friends In Snyder. As they leave Rev. M. S. Bishop, the now pastor arrives with his fam iy from Rising Star and will occupy tho parsonage. Bro Bishop Is al ready Installed as pastor and Is go ing about to meet the people. He called very pleasant I v today tn the Inal office lIM " I " " - l r l . When in Snyder go to D. P. STRAYHORN for Breaking Plows, Harness, Saddles All Kinds of Leather Goods Fine line of Buggy Whips and Lap Robes East Side Square Successor to Stimson Tiros, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444444444444444-44444444444 Rogers & Casstevens )? 3OOOOO0000000OOO00OO0O0OO o a o o o o Q o part of the county was in town today! mem free of cost ami will be placvd and from him we learn some parti culars in regard to the injuries re ceived by the llttltt daughter of J. V. Riley, If seems that the little lady was riding one of Mr. Riley' saddle horses, supposed to be per fectly gentle, when tho animal bolt ed and ran, throwing the Ittle girl and rendering her unconscious. Mr. Riley Immediately phoned Into town for a doctor and started here with her In a hack. He was met at Dou ble Mountain by Dr. Bannister in (Juy Paxton's car and brought home In It. She was unconscous until a bout eight o'clock ths morning, but at tho time of gong to press we learn that she Is doing nicely and no fa tal results are anticipated. on the regular mailing list for fu ture bulletins and reports. Theso institutes are farmers meet ings devoted to the upbuilding of the best Interests of the farmer. It is urged therefore, that farmers bring their families and devote at least one day to a careful study ami discussion of the agricultural quest ion which lie nearest their hearts. KD. R. KON'K. Commissioner. Change in Schedule Tho Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe made a slight change in their sche dule effective December 1 and the South bound (ran, now leaves this city at T.. I4 p. m. 'flie (ravelling iui.- will pleas,, take notice. .Mrs. K. lie Xelson, Our efficient post mistress re quests a statement that all mall in tended fur the Southbound Santa Fe must be in the post office by 5 o'cloc k In the afternoon of each day. We have purchased the Lowe & Loath stock of Hardware and cordially invite our friends and customers of the old firm to call and see us. We have a splendid Hardware line, etc., and are, and are here to please you. Our goods are of the best quality, and our prices are right. We have taken the agency for the Standard Windmills, Monitor Windmills and Monitor Gasoline Engines. The best line of the above named goods on the market and carry in stock all o- them .together with a complete lino of j repairs. We also carry in .slock and an: agents for the re!e , brnted Lone Star Pump Jack Made by Axloll .Co., .Fort Worth, Texas, and are prepared to make prices on com plete Pumping plants of all descriptions, and carry a com ' plete line of pipe, fittings and brass goods. Call on us ' when in need of any thing in this line and we will appreci i ate your trade and treat you right. Rogers & Casstevens Snyder, Texas o o a o & o o o o o 44444444444444444 ... 44444444444444444 4 4 4 Figure With Us . . . IJKCAUSK we aro lifNulqiiartors for anything in building arnl l-'cncinjf Line. Our irirr-s am i -igld. an l in quality wo excel. Full (f Slierwin Willhims liint THE SNYDER LUMBER CO. .t 444444444444444444444444444444444444 Camp Springs .Matters Well Mr. Kditor, we will give you a few dots from this part of the inor- I vineyard. Our people have nearly finished tile gathering of (lie fleecy staple, for which we will all he glad. Our people observed Thanksgiving services at Ouinn school house. Rev. R. W. Roe conducted the service. Rev. And"rson conducted services at Camp Springs, and a box supper fc;!lov ,m which was a big success. 'Iliirty two pretty boxes were do nated by the good ladles and our merchant, Mr. J. C. Snuffer acted as saleman and he proved a good one. The wit and humor ho got off while selling (he boxes was enjoyed by all. There were also some good talks by Revs. K. I". Roe, N. Ander son and others. We had sent (farmer) I'.lll Jones a special Invitation to come and bring his violin and give us some music, but when we approached him he said that he had left his violin at home because his fingers were sore and si iff und I don't remember what else, hut we had our opinion sure enough when Mr. Snuffer called out the num ber of a certain box who did we see j but (farmer) Jones rise rrom his scat and take the box and pace down the aisle with a young lady. The rea son was then apparent why the violin was left at home. However Profes- I sor Morion ami his class gave us some line voi at music. , We were glad to note some of our Snyder friends with us as well as f iv, m other vicinities A good con- In Dcfeii-e of Our Merclufnts We have noticed on our streets to day unite a number 'of hlg double page circulars, advertising the cheap ! wares of an out of town firm, and in i cnlentally the circulars were printed in another county. We would like to'sayto tiiereaders of the Signal that the merchant s of Snyder handle everything that you want and Just as cheap. Oiir merchants can give you us good, If not better prices than anybody else. Don't go back on your own home merchants. KW'DOM SHOTS To the Signal: Well, Mr. Kditor as the townsmen didn't come out and help ns gather our cotton and as the weather is get ting nail ami cotton is so low m price that several of our farmers are In tending to buy steers to turn in on their cotton, Thoy say that they cannot afford to pay the liicli price for picking and get. nothing for It. These cold spells are saving hog feed and causing us to eat more fresh meat . Some of the good men at C'rowder came dow ii Tuesday to help Mr. Mc cormick haul I Is feed so he can leave the latter part of the week to Fort Worth to be operated upon. Mr Murray lloyd intends to move In a few days to I tee county, where Grandpa lloyd went a few months ago slid who Is greatly improved in health. John Davis and family visited Doc Meadors and family Sunday SPECTATOR I Caught mi Line Shaft I .1 Dance Suits, an employee of the I Signal came near having a serious J. D. W'ashom brought in twelve ball's of good cotton from his Pur ham farm Thursday and placed It on the market. He was offered about 8.".') for It and it was good stuff too. Miss Cecil McCiillough will begin her school at Plainvlew next Mon day, December lth. Jtwjs. Hi! These shoes represent the best efforts of tin? shoe-maker's art. There is nothing better on the market, at any price for quality, style- and comfort. For service they lead all others rnstcod of selling for $3.00 and fG.OO like other fine sW. Calen,. l.sr Shoes sell or fM0, . ' XI y cry pair o tliese slioes has a calendar attached so you can mark the. date of purchase, an s"e. for yourself how much bet. and long.'i they wear than n.V, srieo you e or ind on your f.n t. DAVIS & NATION A TEXAS WONDER. The Texai Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, iqd all irregularities of the kidneys aniNMaddyr trouble in children. If not sold nvyyonr rirtij?iri't will be sent by mail ojrevciptjof $1.00 Oce small bottle is t'o montV treat ment and seldom fVils to perfect 4nre Dr. V.. W. Hall, i'.i'Jli Olive street, tv. Louis, Mo.Send for Texas testimonials Sidd by drusrgists. AAASSAAAAAAA v 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 aland Wood lit:;. u ion, ucmhI unl'T and When you foel du!l. out r.f ort... disu-.i-I. hiUf lck an,t rvcryth.ng o,mi t- b ffn wronp. you can LUroo It on your liver. It l torpH. Tou need M ERBI H i A .Mycins cf Power in All Liver Disorders. ,. ,. , . t, irr.-i lP'i-i!ie 1-ltO tt rritrm. JThon the !.vr U torp- .1 t nv i i "r fane which hamper every err;n In t ... b.K ., s..t ,, tIon.il rrocewj arf r.'t I '. f k ,In(.T, W0Bk an.l th. lb. blood, tl.o .toac. U J, YJne clo.r. out ,:l bowel. rrcri:.iiwtfcncT...!y cnnt-t..i. i ,trrne::irn, th. torpu liver. c:.c S. b Pl bowcU. AT.r th. ; k ''TnUon i. good. tb. Pint. rlw. th. mind elc.n c' ',n!0"oDji be.Kbf eondltlon. look. brlht and cheerful, which nie.ni. ouoo. j mrrwbwi la th. body. Price 50c per Dottl. . . 9stil rr. una, va. JUtLI W. - i - - J w a uood 1 " cldent Thursday morning, lie w:is , r i: tiii i n the lil cylmiler jir-'ss anil T'ln ro.e,.iU of the sminer w-re 'hile r.'t u la 1 1 air some p.irt of the twentv t-o dollars which noes at ' rear of t he machi m h is clot h i nn was one ;,s a charitable ift to ltuckner's j caunht by a revolving line shaft and Orphans Home at Dallas. hi:1 l';,,",, "ni1 nndei -arnients were U"i .hincr the Signal and Its readers ! '!T "I" "! 'l','" silii'S I close :!ie lime and there was no one (here RKVDKH '' "'op ma-liinery. I lly The Slani'l ill New Drex j It is with a d. tree of pride and ! sheer d Kmie ;)'iyMicii I f nnd his si re-ii.-t h clot'iiici; y he n e ... . . i. . .. i. t : .. i. . . II , I ! t - II pleasure tliai I lie pneilMiiei r in the Daily and Weekly Signal pre sent oi;r inner to 111' reading pu!d:c ill a new lire"'--. At .1 cur.siiler.ilile epense we have p'le.l our ll:i.iype ninliine with n brand I ' v font of eitht point lei !, h. i . frml one fourtli to ii.i.i' ;..-r in than h-is ev- , r tie :i ' I i'l a Sny,l. r pap. r Ke:il.:-.uu i';e pre-'M'MVelless or tV.e ti.'.n and cmr y and the nua-i-t.iy and iiuaiity of readinc matter that the people want and deserve has protiip'e.l us to do this and now w e cm publish a paper, net only with niore reading maiter, but with a neatness that Rraces a city news paper We sincerely hope that the read ers of the Dally and VMkiy Signal will readily nee and franp the fjcf j I 1 1 .vas a close call We have the exclusive Agency of thecelebratedSunshine Maitland Fancy Lump Coal that we guaran tee to be free from dust or sut and all to burn up, wiih 90 per cent white ashes. And to last longer pound for pound than any other coal on the market. We also have good DRY OAK wood CUT and SPLIT to suit our customers. Phone us, 262, your order and we will do the rest. Sii der Fuel Co. A. C. GARRETT'S BARBER SHOP We assure Satisfaction. Our work isCash. Our motto: "Keep Clean." West Side. Snyder, Texas 4 4 4 4 4 4 .V It. . (', Wedne ::"h. at tin' ir.. I Miss I'.. ccepn.m in of . I!ei eplioll dtv ni-lit. Noveinlier home of Mrs Tinker r'ha l-'ov ;is lmimi a honor of the i: e:ilnTS V I.oiU-e .il l friends o: t !! N o!" nv,er in. I fiere w.is 'li'e ,i n:ce Ad i f members with their nu merous friend i pcse-i! . U-fretih merits "r .served, sever al fairies ete played and I'eau'ifui M-uveiJr Thanksclviri; eirrs were Kiven to each guest with an appro priate verse written by the host en Miss Hertiia. rendered several beautiful selections on the piano and with the closing doiik of Cod He With Yon "Til We Meet Ajtain, they all a Mourned w th a Und ccoil nilit and wnt to their homes tVH- ihat th. DUblishem of this paper eon- , in Jovfnl liidcr nothlnn too Rood for them and ' A ('i'FNT. ai ha been the. policy of th. man-I cement w will contlnu to l.i nn.. I Ivan Drown and llert -rnwn and t.j iac i j kL.'i i-c.ji r, f I .- rVftf-'i'':r.-- v. -1 ". yV-V f I ' . ' . . ... -f " II I! r -v f X NtM t-v -TV -n' rr- r-.- iiM VJrldAUJAi VJX-T IftjMN mii TROUBLES . No inn liowerer wenltiiy lie may I.e. slnuil.1 lie with out a READY CASH RESERVE for mime quick businesk stroke which may yield him quick fortune. No husiness is a profitable business from which a man u.ay not draw out some money and bank it. . , . Make Our Bank Your Dank aa condition permit. wife of Clalremont are her. today.