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.. .t 1 ran snydrh weekly rhmal Si 6 t ft A leas plrl port tati W lane Pal. to ant J. of Hi. "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Trcadway, Term., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, 1 took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't cat I had pains all over. The doctors cavo me up. I rer.d that Cardui Ii;: helped so 1 many, and I began to ta:;c it, and it cured me, Cardui saved my life! Now, 1 can do anything." C YAKE ARDUI Tho Vfomans ionic t If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer frr-m any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, dragging-down feelincs, pains in arm, r.ide, lilp or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared frcm per fectly harmless, vegetable Ingredients, Cardui is the bct remedy for you to use, as it can do you notliinfx but pood. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects. Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. Write to: Laditi' Advisor? Dtt, OiJtttnoort MJlcln Co., Cliattannojs, Tfnn., tot Stxdai Instruction, tad M-dmc book. "Nomt Treatmiat lor Women," ti.i (rte. J 54 MWPWRmnfnniMnvnMiMiiMqiifMvnwffvvvi I',:ut- ! K. W. Whlniiery if near Dunn bronchi, us last Saturday sampIi-H of 11 new kind of feci raised on his place l hl yi'iir. II Is called I'Vlcritu ami greatly resembles w liil o nuil.i!. Tin- head is licit ho larn' It 11 1 Music Store Sovlliwest Cor nor Square You will fin.l Sheet Music, In struction Hooks, Musical Instru- Krnlru arc larncr aii'l of a whit ments, Fine Strings and Sup plies of all kinds. I'iano Timing and Organ lie pairing a Specialty J. D.BOYD A TEXAS WONDER. TheTe.fas Wonder rurcs kidney an. bladder troubles, rcnmvini; snivel L'lirea diabetes, weak and lame buck." rheumatism, mic! nil irregularities of plnniitiK to i.iat uriii of the kidneys and hladder trouble in children. If not Fold by your dnif-i. t will his sent by mail on receipt oi m.i.u the col- or. Mr. Whlnnery read a not lei- In the Kiunnl early In the KprltiK rrom the Comniba inner of AKrlcult lire, of feriiii; to fuin'sh Heed to any one who desired In experiment with the plant and he Kent and seemed a pound of the seed, lie planted live rows about. iWin yards Ioiik, and will pat her from 15 to 20 bushels of era I ti. Very little rain has fallen on the crop Hinee It. came tip. It has !n en just, C.I days from the time of the heads. Maiz" and Kaffir corn planteii in Hie MHiie fiebl do not show il) as well end Mr. Whlttiiory Is of the opinion Ono small bottle is two month' treat- . that it will stand the drouth better ment anil seldom fails to perfect aeure Dr. P.. W. I lull, '-Ml ''live Mret, St Liuis, Mo.Send for Texiistostimotiial McClillton 6 Hern n Boot and Shoe Makers & Have opened e(piipped building, specialty, teed. V,".iPa,r i now ami veil .shop in tho Wilr.n'tli Stockmen's Hoots a Good work guaran' Ply. Work Promptly Done u" Durinc tho mimmrr month mother of tie onntt children Khmild waleli for iinr annul- ffMir.ll loOWIlCSH .t lllrt DOWI'I. " m - ,, renipt attention nl tl.b. tin..; -;-r.,". trci.b 't!li"l.v be avoided. Clint. -Imu h Co ir. ti.ol 'iiif . and Diarrhoea Remedy ran r-Unyii he ii . .(.mended linon. For -.ale by ml .1- -l- ri. P than either maize or kalTIr corn. Ho will plant several aeres next year, and 1 1 i i r a liuniher of his nelth , I) ", e -.'pollen for seed. The lily i.houl.1 evolve some sort of a plan to more iii' k I y (.;.! the liie lhtiiit; forces in opi-rai ; :i when the Harm is tur I In. Mr. Chapman, who manipulates the hose wa-oii lives some distance from town and necc! airily il lakes ui valuable lime for Ii ! io to (ret to the Ktallon and pet the apparatus to work. If Hie a-it y would keep a trained l".im and a drive r at the station. It would not take more than three or four minutes to hitch up and net to a lire and thereby the savins of proper ly would soon more than pay for the equipment. I'rl'M'M tnrlel. To tho Altrurlnn Club, Snyder, Tex an: Ladles; We, your committee denln Hilled for the purpose of selection properly owners In the llmit-i o!' the city of Snyder, entitled to the p n erous prizes offered by the chy at tin' lin t;.nei of inir c lub, mb a m.i;'k of a;))reel:il Sou and honor for lln cleanest and In si kept premlsen n.ive awari'ed id: f-i!bvii: Klral Prize t Mr. Ikon man. .Second i'l Ize to Mr. Ck 1,.i U hart. I lot'orable i:e ill !';ii in lb" follo'v Int; order: .Mia. I.iiiia Ni'tlon, Mr. Homer Colten, Mr. V. T. P.riie, Mr. .1. IS. Coleman, Mr. .!. Kubaiik. In inakliiK the Inspection of our city, your commit ten was agreeably surprised at the amount of effort that has and was belii(? expended In endeavoring to meet with your re (tilreineutH and we urn certain that this movement on the part of the Altrurlan Club has Initiated an In terest which not. only udihi to the beauty of our city, but has been the Kreat means of reducing the usual hlKh rate of summer skkness. Respect fully submitted, DR. SKI A. HAItltlS. WAI.TKK W. !AVIS, K. J. ANDKItSON-, I. Idle I 'oiks Party I.lttle Ruth Warren entertained on Thursday evi ninu from 4 to (! with a lawn party, the occasion be liiK her fifth birthday. (James were fplayed In which the tiniest tot look part. Just as the KiuncH were at their jolliest, the bin cake was placed on the toble mid for ll tli'.e the cames were forgotten and eauer eyes rest ed on the beautiful cake bedecked with candles. Clarence Hanks was the lucky one, receiving th! piece contalliie,; the ring; Charles Hanks the biil ton, Rue Kolley the nickel and l.o reo Stikes I he t hlmlile. Piinih and cake was served alter which all prepared to return to their homes, declaring Miss Ruth to he an excellent entertainer. A Cl'KST. A not her Home Itiirued. The home of Mr. and Mrs. . P ! Trnclilood on South Scurry meet I 'was burned about 12 o'clock Weil-! ' liesda V 1 1 i : 1 1 1 . I The house was the lonior lnniH' 'of T. .1. P.roxson and was in n.'d Py ; ! II. N. Hamriek. NidHihors rusheil in, ; as soon as the alarm was turned in; and ul'e a lot ot the hoiisee.oi coeds were aved. The hoir win a four room si met are ailn w ort 'i piobahly $12'in. There was In.oir- : am c on the house of $:hoi and loo i m the w In. In. III. The hitter w,.- c dall'led. The home of Mr. T. -I . y .son was not dama-'cd, "V i'l ; iV the Intense heat. j Mr. Trueldood i-arrb d in surance on hh: household i:o'e! i. I WHY IT Kl'CCKKIW. IterniiHO It's I 'or One TIiIiik Only nnd Snyder People Appreelato ' TbU Nolhlni; can be (rood foreverythlni; JloiiiK onn t .n' well hrinnH suc cess. Io:ii!-s Kidney P'll.; do one tfiim: o'lly. 'I I" y help the si, '; kidneys. They I'eli, e backache, kldm y and I,! older I roi. Id. ;:. ll. re !.; reliable evidence to prove !.. I,. II. V,',i i-'wee! water, Tr'illH, iis: "I c,::i lecoinmeiiil lioau'H Kid ney I'lMu as they did a Kreat deal of C.ood to my kidneys. I had pain in my back ami when I caw 1 loan's Kidney I'ilhi advertised, I cot ti box. They i.oon lilted me. Since then on sev eral occasions I have taken this rem edy wllh nood results and 1 ran re commend II, highly." For sale by all dealers Price Tide FoHtor-Milbiirii Co., Murrain, N. Y., solo amenta for the Ktdted Slates. Remi-mber the name 1 loan's and take no other. An lixch. nice says: Kvery niore If KihiIh f in materially aid the work of hrliiKliiK people to lnnls by nuihint; his own business with advert islnn. He will pet the first returns anil the whole town will net some benefit from his advertising. Then ir all will advertise heavily, the whole town will he benefitted from the efforts or each ol her. I!l20 acres, ninth, strictly Kra.ins land, feiiei-il In, three pastures and a Kood well and w indmill on cn h section. No older Improvements, located three and lour miles of Mary Ileal. Patented, title o. k. Price ?C per acre. 22D acres adjoining Mary j ileal, hair tillable, 75 acres In ul Itivatlon, fenced, cheap camp house, well and windmill, horse and cow sheds. Price ?::o (Ml per a re. Will exchange Tor well located rami lands d eipial value. No In cumbered land considered. This is a (,'ood chance pr one who wa'.ls to change from r.nmiiiK to slock r.ii:-lim'. .1. HA.MKTT. iryneal. Texas. S. I', .lohmon iP-r brought lis on last lou:ids livlnn east of Sny lliel- i 1 1 . 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 . i musk Saturday tl at w.-ii lied 11'.. was 17 inches in clrcnn:'. r- I elice and I jjrenl y r ! on, hut I in si i'i y sen, Me ; Iii 'I'll real a lis .'.lei saw il to The R. hekah l.ulce in Snyder was recently visited by Mrs. Wynn the Slate presid-nt and Mrs. J. I . Al exander, C.rand Secretary of IV Slate Assembly. So Simple Anyone Can o f. Xi. the No need of a mcchamc to t:; cu or your wife can run it as e..,., ifi, comrf i. iij'- f tl.'.ir 75.COO ru Simplicity of op.ratn l-i.d-it runnir-R nnd Studcbakc-r cars rjc the ckltf.t o: owners. The E'udci v.ktr (Ti:i".c!rr-.) CU-iKtycfncrial nndvon.nr rr.ii.ic. an.l its lo-.v r-';cf 11 ' puli U v. a.i'-' We l:r.ovv Vr every rart ,r' :v pjDr.nni'."'? '" " The Stt.J:'. " ycu luy- 'nil of 1 bunk-. We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to (hone frb mis who so (en erously and devotedly assisted us during the IllnetiH of our husband and father. We desire ah-o to ex press our appreciation of the visits and lovinn ministration of the yoiitii: people who were so kind In visit and cheer us during our affliction We loo, f.el very grateful to Hr w.-irren for his fal'liful and at'en- I 1 1 ve iiT lee. I Respectfully, MR. AN!) MR. AI.I.KKT TlN I Mrs. J. Ii. Tinker. ' l ..ii. I lr ItrflU M Mr. and Mrs. Albert T!ni r m il or i ha nk-. ' - take this method to express our profound (-raticide to Hi- l.t bovit and to ali our neighbors and friends who worked so f.iithfulij. iii:;.e!:'isl'.ly end el'.'ei tixely 1 t V.'- !- liro. aimer, I I., lint. h. Ilulcbe-oii'". Texas. An son of nder Mi el ill 'I Re ii can V i V il I tliee'ili M ii' !i I n ' I !.y lu cro'.i. hip to ." ::! in y cut ll 1 1: Shell cv- cr C 1" n ' c to y'.i. in sd.iy bun. ii. H I! i.tloa v :: i ;i : . .1 lu r i e.l tie to ii" S US W ' . t i .. l::i'i to f our I: a.. :i i on', el -' .I ill tl' an u' liter c :.C r-.- i. low . .:: i p u r i , at the : is I , th..t R t.ibei n. i iii:- ii.. I , to I . IIT. s.-r i Co..;. . I. en d ill 11- rills us wi h In il W e t b ' I . ! i.iitiled on n i. "i'li'Vised s.-af r....f. thus ris! H Ji. . .I. ..i. it fnl :sl: e'.N uu f : i . i s i fj'.lt lies W tl.'l lire t i. i ret ul; s in s ;:lNi: It is a ;'.:.. 1 . I r.'i-t.' i or ill d- -..L-L-is's Id's. .w.Rll i lei iii.ii y .ru I.; e i al V.' -.- :. il. X.etl i it, !-.. tl... I:-.. i.l T!.e i !:., I I'II . e ,1.S f.- : ! .-. i:id 1 o ! Iii ci i. On. HARRIS & IIARKRIDER Dentists Office np stairs in the Thoraas liuildmg. SNYDKK, TKXAS A. C. Wiliiicth . . llanly M. Uoyd WILMJJIII i liOYD I lawyers lit) n KenelJiI ji-actiee. 'Wilmell. JuilJiii. snvdi:i;, TK.XAS Ml. A. O. SCARl;oltUl(i!I (I'ruilico Limited) iil(;eij-, 'on .iiltnt Ion and Discuses of Women b.-coiid Floor .r;carljorotj(;h Rlocl:, Snyder, Texas DISK. VilllTMOIti: ,V JOHNSON I'liysii Inns and Surgeons (Jiri'-i) at Snyder Iirus Co. l'hono 33 .. .. Residencu I'io anil 133 .. .. OR. W. B. I'ARRIS Osteopathic Physician Office oh North Side. Square in Williams l'uildiii(?. SNYUKK. Ti:XAS IKXTOIt It. a. ANDERSON DcntlMt. Second Floor New Faught Building. Knyder, Texan T II K It A I K V T I ) 1"' KICKS Dr. P'I'ool Mcdif.inu Klcelrlc Massapc, VI bratlun. X-Ray, IIRih rotcntlal Rle'lricity u:;d ot-bc-r up-to-dato iir-aiis for t i-entnu iit. Hinh Po tential Rle' trP liy sliould not bo (oiifouiid.'d v.lih powerful cd.ee tric ciirr'-nts tli.'.l ire barmful. Ralion.-.l and .'.(-lent ifie uppllca tioti c,r hi;:h potential electri city can in no way do harm Trent ineiiis mv (iiteii Any Hour Dining the Day. Calomel Is Dud Rut Simmon'H River Purifier la ileliKht fully pleasant ami Its action is thorough. Constipation yields, III lousiiesH f;oen. A trial convlnceH. In yellow- tin boxes only. Tried once, used always. All dealer. When in Snyder go to D. P. STRAYHORN for Breaking Plovs,Harness, Saddles All Kinds of Leather Goods Fine line of Buggy Whips and Lap Robes Kast Side. Siii:iri' S icccssor t(, Stiinson I5ros, t t im dies Ion;', n 1 the old Mill ll.el f'A.'I't.T t 111 ! I I'm! old chill il'ld f.-vi 1- IIH Ub ator. I l;.s is the I f. t 11,. h.n oT the kind v haw s .ii Ml the west, and i' a I cu.iosity to some of til" oil A CAR OF ROYAL In. linn Killed mi I i n k. Near Rinhelle. III., iin Indian went p on a railroad tr.n K ami was Lille.l l.v the fast enre-s !! I.aid 1 fur his carele. sin ss by his life. Often 'it Is I ) -1 way when people in-L-b-ct conr!i' and colds. Don't risk your i life i ,eti prompt us.- of Dr. Kinc's ! New liKcnveiy will cure them and so j prevent a ilaiiierous thro.it or Im.; j trouble. "It c :..pl. tely cured n.e in l ii hhort time of a terrible cuiL-ii that ' followed a K a"r el; of drip" i writ's. I. R Wan.-. II. -d.i:.. Texas, j "and I regained 1 pounds In weit'!;i that I had lost Qui' k. safe, reli.tbl and t-'uaranlee.!. :, and $1 Trial ; bo'tle free at ail d r u l :.-: s. OWL FLOUR Just Unloaded, it is the Best Ever Try it and try us for meal bran'and chops or any thing in the family gro cer' line. Wc give the best for the least money. ( 'i )! 'KTI-.i H S TU.ATM . .N'T The Farmers' Union Store E. A. McMATH, fVIanngcr Ka.t.S;.. S.,ii:iI'.- SNVIiKi:. Ti.XAS s uraraoe Life, Health, Accident, and Fire. p Bonds, Burglary, Plate Glitss ; and Liability. I $3,000 Policy for $10 j .1 8 YEAR t' lncbmnily for loss of life, lirr.b, si'ht or time i : . ........... !!