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TIIE SNYDER WiOtiKLY 6lAL
Yr i mil, hiiiumfiiiiwi mrnnii i in mm mm ?. n 4 Right From the Great Metropolis of the United StatesNew York City And we want you to call and see the prettiest line of Dress Silks ever shown in Snyder and the price is right. New Shipmeniof Ladies' Skirts just received and they are different from what you have seen. Come and ask to see them whether you want to buy or not its a pleasure to show them SHOES and CLOTHING, the-new Spring Styles at Prices you wont kick at. Come and See them before they are picked over 20 DOZEN CHILD'S AND MISSES SPRING SLIPPERS JUST RECEIVED, ANY STYLE YOU WANT We Are Still in OUR NEW QUARTERS on the WEST SIDE of the SQUARE and Will Be Glad To Have You Call The Hunter Mercantile Company r 1 . . . ... George I). Haker's( adaption of eorgs liurr iucv ullucuho f otnantlr novel "Oraustark" will be ne o fthe early attractions here. No la; of recent years tiau achieved the success accorded this stage story f love and adventurs and the an- nouncemP!i: of Its eurly production 111 be wekomed, not oniy by the regular theatre goers by the vast army of roadori who have followed the fortunes of the people por'.ray ed by the clever author. Mr. M. Mercer was a pleasant caller at the Signal sanctum Mon day and moved his date forward and paid for the Dnllas News and a map. t 30000000000000000000000000 . : . O a o O 1 Just what you wanted, your old 0 ? buggy made new by putting on g i; new stubs and boxes, guaranicuu 0 to track and run as good as new, g money DacK n noi sausnuu. Bring In Your Old Plows And butters and have some points made for them like you never saw before. I will Rive you more steel and a better running point than you have ever before been use too Have your tiro sot with a h.vdniulir cold tnv set tor flw. J . ,v All kinds of Inacksmillii'il-' -!', will 1 VI iU 111 IUHI 1 hn.v,. i i b nrrhinT in tin M'lism ) lino, Give mo a trial. ith All Work Absolutely Guaranteed Little Westbrook o o o o o o o o Q c? :') o o o o o Ira Chips. Everything around Ira Is pro gressing nicely Hlnre the fine rain. Lloyd Kvans has moved away from the city. He moved In the west part of the community. Air. George Cary who has been down with mumps Is now able to be up again. Arthur Green who has been suf fering severely from a sprained knee Is up again able to be going. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angel have a fine girl at their home. Mr. I-ee Stlnson will return home In a few weeks from Pallas where he has been In school for the pnst few nionthH. Jackson Kills has been up from Colorado on business. I suppose he was seen going north. The Methodist Pastor. liro. Cap erton, filled his appointment on the third Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Taylor Is down with rheumatism. Mr. Kdd Taylor, Miss Kuth James and Miss Hesslo Angel attended Hinging at Ira Sunday evening. Mlna Autry spent the night with Mary Kellum Saturday night. Tills being our first time On write to the Signal we will bring our lit tle junk to an end. Two Cracker Jacks. 1 ft ,l0QO0OOOOOQOOeOOOP3000000 eooooooooooooeoooosooooo I he Manhattan Opening o o o o o Under the management of Mr. c '1 and Mrs. J. W. Wosnell will beg ready for business on Friday, tfareh 1st We resDSCtfullv solicit the pa- i troaagc ol all our former quests, o a and ni Mir at laree. A CoM, l-n;rie, then I'neHinoiilM. Is too often the fatal sequence and coughs that hang on weaken the system and lower the vital resis tance. Foley's Money and Tar Com pound is a reli:tt)le medicine that stops the cough promptly by healing ,llie cause, simmimh in- " ! passages and checks the cold. Keep 'always on hand. Kefuse substitutes. ! Snyder Drug Company. I i ! KMOM SHOTS 1 v.. the .Signal: We bad a rlooil .saturuar nmm , ami a storm Sunday, but little dam-j at;'' done by the storm, such lis small bams, l.m houses and fecit nUcks! Iiliiwn down. i I'.luff Creek overflowed. Hashed fi.tuet mid dam.ii'ed road con-I sidf rably. J (iriiiidm.i Meador was called to, ',.,. Iwr si. k daughter. Mrs. Jolin j i Havls last week. j I Dock Meador went over to Big j i s prin 2 some two weeks ago and got ia job on the railroad. Mr. Meador j ! has r. i:tel his land to Mr. Supulver ( I of Si.yder. ho will take Doi k' ! place ' Mr. Meador and Mr. Supulver j i!!l st.irl to P.ig Sirlncs to move. !li., k s r.'u.lly Wednesday mornlim. Henry Hyiiuni of the Newt Mor-I tun pla-e stayed all night at Joe j I r:n! Irll's Monday night. j Socialists Name County Ticket The Socialists of Scurry county met In Snyder on Saturday the 24th Inst. Chairman Oladson called the house to order at 1:30 p. m. after stating the object of the meeting was to select a county ticket In Scur ry Co It was unanimous to nominate a full county ticket and the com mute selected the following: County Judge, M. A. Drlnkard. County Attorney, J. W. Carnes. County Clerk, F. M. Campbell. District Clerk, K. W. OlodKon. County Treasurer, James Crulek shanks. . Sheriff, W. It. Crockett. Assessor, (!. H. Wright. Tax Collector, (J. C. Pruett. I'ubllc Weigher, !e Grant. Commissioner, Trecinct No. 1. J. V. Patterson. Commissioner, Precinct No. 2, Henry Undley. Commissioner, Precinct No. 3, Kldrldke Wade. Commissioner, Precinct. No. 4, ('. II. White. The hove ticket was selected to jo before the primary In July The convention selected a com mittee of six to draw up a county platform to be presented back to the Socialists of Scurry county as quick as practlcle. The committee on plat form was M. A. Drlnkard, J. W. Carries, (i. A. Lamherth, W. H. Thorp. J. W. Patterson and J. W. Oladson. As theie was -o further buitiiics the meeting closed subject to the call of the county chairman. .1. W. Oladson, Chairman W. R. Crockett, Secretary. It. O. Collins postmaster. P.arne gat, X. J. was troubled with a se vere I.a Orippe cough. He says: "I would be completely exhausted af ter each fit of violent coughing I l.. ught a bottle i.f i-Y.'ey's Honey and Tar compound and before I bad taken it all the coughing spells had entirely censed. It ant be heat." Snyder Drug Co. Statement of the Financial """Condition of Ihe FIKST ST.ATK HANK At Fluvanna, State of Texas at the close of business on the 20th day of February 1912 published In the Sny der Signal, a newspaper published at Snyder, State of Texas, on the 1st day of March, 1912. Itesoiircc Loans and discounts, personal and collater al $ Loans, real estate .... Overdrafts Iteal Fstnte (banking house) Furniture and fixtures Due from approved re serve agents, net . . Due from other banks and bankers, subject to check, net Cash Items f."7.l: Currency 884.00 Specie R2.V90 Interest In Depositors Guaranty Fund .... Other Resources as follows: Assessment Guaranty Fund .... 870 427 712 299 474 2 69$ 19 2 lf.7 o; :m 4o 29 IX Total $U 86 1 Liabilities Capital Stock, paid in Surplus Fund I'ndivided profits, net Due to banks and bank ers subject, to check net Individual deposits, sub ject to check Cashier's checks Dills Payable and l.'e discounts lo 0.1 0 0 00 324 9 31 1 S MAltCH 18th to 2:rd 1012 Fort Worth, Texas at the COLISEUM Fat Stock Show. Niglif Horse Show. Lund Show. Poultry Sfiow. Automobile Show. Cattlemen's 'onvention ALL Hit. Ml K AND KF.rTFK THAN F.VF.K Smm iill Ticket the round trip. will beon sale for I'roni all Stations on the Texas & Pa cificKy. Call on our aneiits format ion coiirei ning limits and l.irev. for detail In celling dates, nun III! $11 0 16 S 6 o o o o SPKCTATOI5 ! Ilaikaibe Almo-t I nNar.ilde : Is an sin. "st certain result of kidney ! trouble D Toomejr. 803 R. Dlie St. i;o..uiir.gton. HI ays: "I suTcrcd Ui:h bi'kaihe and pains In my li!d ,'. s bih were almost unbearable. 1 gave Fol-y Kidney Pills a good trial and tli. y did bonders for ce 'To,I.,v I can do a hard day s work !8PJ not f.el the effects." Snyder i flrufi Company. J ) I h o o o I Remember we will tart busi- o "ess with a fine turkey dinner, g o o o o IK I ITKMH 11. the down Ind blew eer! wind and vitj good rain nkmd f.lrs. J. W. Gosnell i : mills i fell. i i The t the Ira community. Nearly all the farmers have linn tut up. ready for those tht have come season to plant on bow. Lock to the Fisn n1 ,h rlr,r re a Jera. i ind did lots of damse In g'Xd rienty of OLD TIMKK j F.difor J. A. Thomas of the Miueo ln Monitor, president of the Texas Press Association lias reached the Linotype stage of newspaper life and is prepared to give his people a bet ter paper than ?ver. Kditor Thomas iried his hand for a while ns a legis lator, but different from most editor legislators, he has cot enough and has no desire to iiiit the newspap er business to go to Congress. mi st i;flii: f. it V)n-n Well Known njlcr I'rt.ole Tell it So Pl.ilnlv When pubic endorsement :s m.'" by a representative citizen of Snyder the pniof Is positive. You nn:st be lieve it. Kead this testimony. F.vcry back aihn sufferer every man wom n or ihibl with any kidney trouble will find profit In the reading. IL C. Mnrphy farmer Snyder Te r.i svs: "I can i mii. end Loan's Kidnev F'ills to . one suffering with kidney trouble- as they cured rie some yer.rs ago an. I sine then I hae had no raure for eonipl.lnt I had weak kidneys and was oblige, to pet up often at night. My back i!so a-bed. Swing Doan's Kidney ?llls hllthly recommended I procur ed a box at the Orayum Drug Co and they quickly and permanently cured me." For sale by all dealers Price SOe Foster-Milturn Co. liuTalo, N. T. ole agcuts for thi CniTel States. r.emember the naric itI take do other. STATK OF TF.XAS County of Scurry ' We, John A. Snivel', as .' ii t . and S. P. Smith, as cashi. r of s.iid j bank ea. h of us do soletn: v s-.ve.ir j that til'' above HMt-::"'!l! Ujru- to i t h best of i.ur knowledge and be- lief. j JuilN A STAVKi.Y, President S. P. SMITH. Cashier f.F.O. D. HI NTFIC. (H'lieial I'li-cnger tgetif. Dallas, Tea. THE SEWING MACHINE OF QJALITY. nnifunn III NOT SOLO UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. SAorn and subscribed to hef., me this 27 day of Feb. A D I'M Witness my hand and liotan.il se on the date last aforesaid. FI'KD MOUKIS. Notary PuMi-- I (.'( ) U K Ki T -Attest : i D. A. JOXF.S. J K. JDXKS. Dlre.t. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If yn pur.-l.u. tl..' NK A" IPlMK you will luiv.. a l:fr 1 it tl.e p-ii.Vii p.iy.nnd will not huvi' an r! i-w el. inn of r'pnirs. Quality ConsslercJ it is tl.S Cheapest In the end to buy. iilCSfiil if our I.. '1 W Oil 11 w I Co! A. K ;;i in came In '. the S.lllt.t Thursday. Fe land I'tuiic, wriln fitr r. .i v j j u lf. ..':T.eC3..Cr.:r,Lx STOKKS & KLY BREAD insurance Tl-'T" i- nn'hino; 1 i .!,. art of lx'inj r-crt;i iftl o!i:sr IUMCAI) in noroMi:o -:-..).! lor tii ilc" tt :i pdinr to -il.vs.v-t sjvrify r. a you Brumley Grearn Bread fns'i claiiy you will f;r..l ihl Ccxi LroaJ a wr-alth of satif.ictinn anJ for purity ani wI.n!.-c,rr.eno- it l.,n to Pijual. TliY IT!