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AT THE OI'URA UOLSM Of interest to own ers of Mve Stock. International Stock Food Poultry Food, Silver Pino Healing Oil, Worm Powder, Heave Remedy, Gall Cure, Colic Remedy. Harness Soup, Stock Dip, and 101 other of the Veterinary Remedies all the standard kinds. Wo ofrer you here the benefit of our experience In .the right selection of any remedy you may need for your live Block. TMb la tho season when you should feed International Stock Food and Poultry Food pays for ItHelf many times over in tho Improved condition of your stock. SEE OUR YOUtH FOIl HF.TTF.lt LIVE STOCK. OMUL DRUG STORE The Drug, Book and Stationery House F. V. CLARK, Druggist. 'audio. J. M. Pattersor Dnllasmd Fort J. M. Patterson left Tuesday for Dallamd Fort Worth. y f jt, Morg Morgan and Miss Sulu attending the fair. , Xlaton Is considering the matter of Incorporation. George Wllks was here Tuesday from Posty Wutcli for tlie Candle. GraBS has been growing nicely since the rain. Kvcry lady who uses Ucauligicne and Cutiglono are delighted with it. Miss Mamie Young of Mlermlelgh visited In Snyder last Saturday. Watch for the Candle. Mr. J. H. Jordan was here Mon day from Dunn. Mrs. S. E. Raich visited here Satur day from Hcrmlelgh. L. D. Grantham was in view u few days last week. Plain- MUs F.lhel Hiirch returned Sun !; morning from V)''-. Vnt li for the Canille. Senator W. 1'. lL-ybitrn of luaho died a few days ago In Wellington. Horn in Snyder, Oct. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. I'.. H. Harms, a son. lr. W. K. Johnso.) lei! T:ied;:. ew-iilng for Dallaa to see the f.itr. S. H. Kclsey relumed Mylndny iiK-mlna from a lour of Southwest Texas. , I Mr. Scott Green and children of ('(dorado were here Tuesday to at tend the funeral of Millie Wllks. The Signal learns that A. M. Mc Phersou and children are moving back to Johnson county lo resld". II. F. Wilkt was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother Millie Wllks. Alderman T. F. Haker went past Tuesday evening on insurance bus iness. Full line of Franco-American Toilet Articles at A. D. Ikidson's It Mrs W. A. Welkins. Representative Mr. W. H. H. Lindsey nine to the Signal office last Friday with two main mo' h radishes which he raised this year In his garden. Mr. K. H. Drown and family went oT to Abilene to visit their daugh ter at Sjmmon'a College and return ed hou) at an r.rly hour Sunday mcrr.lnc. Rev. A. C. Caperton ristor of Me t!i ).!ist ;iu'-(h at Dunn a In Sny cUr Tues :,iy. He is rounJing up his I ... ur3l v. i-tU for t!:e year asJ wi'l tii C-.e er.nuil (onfi-rnei at All v . : a WINDOW Wutcli for the Candle. S. H. Kelsey left Thursday eve ning for Quanuh. t Mrs. E. W. Clark has gone to vis it in San Antonio. Squire Georgo Drown bought a new axe handle this week for Karl to use in chopping stove wood. The territory embraced in the Sun day School Convention now meeting here Is larger than some states. Watch for the Candle. JuhI received a car of dry ash, red and burr oak wood. JIM DAWSON. These cool days and a norther like tho one we had here Monday night rerve to remind us of the flight of time and summer wages. The City Council met In regular schhIoii Monday night nnd transact ed the usual budget of routine bus iness. The unbiased individual Is al ready imi. t, need that Structural Ir on Workers I'nlon was a united bro therhood of dynamite explosionislH. The uiall who posts Ms pecan trees now Iiah laid up for himself ciiiu;;h boy vows to defeat li i lit for office five or six yea i s heiit c. Watch for (lie Candle. Mr. I). T. Fulrley. paid the Signal a pleasant l.-lt Wednesday. It Is ul vaya a pleasure to grasp the hand of tool man like him. Miss Winnie Vaitghnn of Colorado is the giiet.t of her aunt, Mrs. Kate Nelson. They left Thursday evening with the crowd for the Dallas Fair. Monday night brought a stifl nor ther and the weather has been clear i nnd cool since. The government I thermometer Wednesday morning I registered 36 degrees above zero. Judge C. C. Higglns has been in Austin this week to argue the Knox Kearse case hefore the court of criminal appeals. It Is learned that he has reasons to hope for a rever sal of the Judpnient of the Dlctrlct Court. Rev. F. L. Hutcheson Is m ovlng thie week into the Charlie Hardin residence on Spring street. He ex pects Mrs. Hutcheson home from Weatherford In ten days or two weeks. Juht received a car of the fam ous domino coal. Sole agent for this roil In Snyder. leaves no clinkers. Guaranteed to be free from dust and slote. JIM DAWSON. Walili for (lie Candle. . Doren returned Thursday from Eniils. He sas he saw an al most continuous rain for two days and nlfhtn. Mr. Doren and family are getting (.-ay lo move to Cali fornia. Mr. R.'ll Jones of Marietta Okiahoma. sitter of Mrs. Doren It. t in 1 here and w!!l go with them to land t-t big trees. J lint received a car of the genuine Blue Vein deep shaft McAllstor coal. JIM DAWSON. Manager W. P. Duckett of the telephone exchange retnruod Wed nesday from Dallas and the Fair. The Odd Fellows have moved their lodgo furnishings back Into their own hall and thel odge will meet there tonight. Tho Rebegah lodge will hold their next regnlar meeting there Monday night. Mr. W. M. Matthews of Kutite 1 called In at tho Signal office during the noon'hour Wednesday, and after expressing surprise at the fact that printers eat, helped the cause along one dollar's worth and said "keep It coining." Don't fall to use Cutlglcne with Pcnutlglene. You will find both at A. I). Hudson's. It Mrs. W. A. Wat kins. Wutch for the Cnmllc. Col. Roosevelt caused an audience to smile the other day at Superior, Wisconsin when he said "I am a man of peaceful disposition. " Just as well lay In a supply of fu el. A kind Providence Is apt to send us a lot of cold weather this winter so as to Insure good crops next year. r.he Dallas News of Friday prints a picture of John Schrank, the man who shot Roosevelt. His head and face Is Just a round ball, shaped like a hois d'arc apple. Molina, the Colombian, who Is fol lowing Col. Roosevelt Is not the first man who has charged tho boisterous candidate with committing a tro mendXus crime In taking bold of Panama In tho way it was done. A fresh uprising agaln.-.t the Ma dero government has been reported In Southern Mexico with a relative of ex-President Dial as leader. The now movement demands abdication by Madero and Gen. Reyes Is named by the Insurgents for the presidency. Here is a woman who speaks from per sonal knowledge and long experience, viz., Mr 1. H. Rrogan, of Wilson, Pa, whona.vi, "1 know from exerii'nce tluit Chuniberliun'i t ough Remedy in uir superior to any ouier. For croup there is nothing that excels it." For sale by all dealers. ooooooooooooooooooooooooo Q uarantee We guarantee everything sold by us to be ex actly as represented or your money back. Bcwley's Best Flour Is made of pure soft wheat Nothing better. Banquet Bacon Sweet mild sugar cured. Superior to Breakfast Bacon and much cheaper. Cook's Pride Coffee Nothing better on the market . And lo ts of othsr eood thinirs to eat. Join the host of Sattsfied Customers and phone your orders to 285. Yours to please, Ely & Leverett Prompt Delivery. OOOOOOOOOOOOO Watch for the Canille. W. D. Duller of Camp Springs had his date moved up a notch this week. WANTED- - t ar of feeder hogs. See me at Hiker, Grayum & Anderson' office. JOHN' H. UAKER, Jr., A hen-pecked man, though he lose no hair from his head feels bald Ft. Worth Record. He feels bawled out. J. W. Coplnd, of Ds.Ttnn, Ohio, pur rliued bntll of Chainlierlain'i Cough Kmdy for his bor who hd a cold, snd I fore the bottle all od the boy's cold nirM. ! Ihnl not letter lhn to y Ave dollar doctor's bill? For sale by all dealers. Hon. Edward A. Thomas, author ard lecturer will t at the (curj lleURe. Snyder, Friday night Novem ber 1. In hit lllu trated lecture: "Hella Gilded Gateways." This lec ture U highly educational. It will do you good to hear It. No adm'.rsu fee charci'd. Don't forct trc flif. Lint of Populnr Attractions Hooa to Appear In Snyder- Nome of the Dig One. Among the attractions soon to ap pear at the Opera House in Snyder will b found some of the best talent before the American people,' some thing to ploaBo everyone. Partial list of the big ones to appear before Jan. 1st. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, October 28, 29 and 30 "Th3 Campaigners." Nov. 6 "The House of a Thou sand Candles." Nov. 11 "Harry Dowser." Nov. 21, 22, 23 "Angell's Com edians." Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. plorer.' 25-30 Angell's. 3 "The Yare Duo." 11 "The ltosary." 30 'Vald In Full." 31 Kifrl Gansen, Arctic Ex- Watch rr other announcement Spreckels, the Sugar King Isnow said to be for Woodrow Wilson Watch for the Candle. Ileal Sneed's habeas corpus ap peal Is now before the court at Aus tin. The Colonel's late experience has brought him more notoriety than he ever enjoyed before. The Bult filed by the Journal of Commerce In New York to tost the Inquisitorial act of Congress regard ing newspapers has been dismissed by the Court. War In the east is said to be hav ing some effect In lowering cotton prices because foreign spinners fear that the workers iii-m e called Into the servlc- but Aheat prices will ris". Officers In a little Ohio town arrest ed a Socialist who was occupying the street to make a political speech. The governor says tho constitution grants the liberty of free speech and unless the speaker was violating a city ordinance there could be no Jus tification of police Interference. George llrown came to his office Monday evening carrying a bunch of tlno turnips which were grown by W. H. Clemens in the north part of town. 9 North Side Square. OOOOOOOOOOOOO Sweet I'otatoett Choleo sweet potatoes for sale at $1.25 per bushel. See ALLEN WAR REN at Burton Lingo Lumber Co. Scurry County farmers will now get their lands ready for spring planting and with plenty of enow and rain this winter the country will be in fine shape. The country needs more educated farmers and mechanics than profes sional men, then why not teach agri culture In the school instead of bringing the boys up for lawyer! and doctora? The Texas Commercial Secretaries refuse to be drawn Into politics. They are working for material develop ment of the State and they are caus ing things to be done. A number of politicians and can didates for the legislature held a legislative nlly day In Dallas thi cthT day and '.he.tvnre now resdv to Tjntli s!a'ea. over (rifles and make 0 Kl EVJr. Farmer: Do you want your cotton to sell on tho best grade that is possible? If so, we ask that you try a bale on our new cleaner. We have just had installed by an expert machin; is one of the latest model cleaners of Murray moke. This cleaner will improve the grade of your cotton wonderfully. . Along with this now equipment we have one of the best equipped plants that we could buy and we have competent operators in charge in all depart ments Give us a chance to make good, we will appreci ate a trial. Courteous treatment to all, satisfaction guaran Brice-Burnett Gin Snyder, Texas On block north of Oil aaLiLmai.r:T:?,frrHjrlvvrAt.m:,j;'.'l;niii::,,l- Kansas City Markets Kansas City, Oct. 21 The gener al cattle market advanced 10 to 25 cents last week, everything parti cipating e. -?pt vcnl calves, which lost 25 to 75 cents, and prime finish ed stocrs. None of the latter class were received, but they were quot ed around $10.75 for best about a quarter under the highest time. Coun try buycra are the backbone of the market, their purchases last week aggregating 35,000 cattle here. An other heavy run came In today, 28, 000 head, about a fourth more than waB expected today. Country buyers have again saved tho day for the market, sales ranging steady to ten lower than the best tlme last week. Killer buyers are rendered harmless by the extraordinary demand from tho country, else they might bo count ed on to do effective work In lower ing prices. Kansas Is still shipping freely, pasture cattle selling today at $5 to $8.50 including old Mexico's grazed In Kansas. Ohio feeder buy ers took eight loads of Greenwood County steers at $6.15 to $0.5 (ion which the best bids from packers was $6.00 to $6.30. Common cows made the biggest gain in the (uar nntlno division last week. Run there today Is 116 carloads, selling a shade lower, steers $4.23 to $6.00, cows $3.25 to $5.00. Thirty cars from Ar kansas and live cars from Louisiana are included In quarantine receipts" today. The Panhandle nnd Colora do are shipping freely, largely stock steers at $5.5(1 to $7.00, feeders $0 to $7 and some mountain hoef sterns at $6 lo $7..'0, cows and heifers $4.25 to $6.00. Hogs have struck a rougn piace, maiKei len lower today , following heavy declines last week. Receipts are heavier but are still far below runs a year ago. Top heavy hogs today $8.7 5, middleweight cans and like proline's v'iil lie ilram $S.4(I to $8.7r, lights $8.23 to $8.60. i ed and transformed into a hi"li st ite f Sheep made a big gain last week, shippers receiving $100 to $200 per car more for consignments than they Iiviml'lnrl It linn tnil(tir Tti mnrbot Is a quarter lower than high time tmlnv. .unnlv .til (IOO h..r- .n.l.v 30,000 here today. Lambs bring $6.75 to $7.23, feed ing lambs around $6.00, Wethers $3.75 to -$4.50, ewes $3.50 to $4.00. J. A. RICKART. Market Correspondent V. M. Tyler and family visited their old home at Granl View in I Johnson county nnd brought back some fine persimmons from a tree on the old home place. Nearly all the American residents at Vera Crux have been placed In ships tc get out of range of Mexi can guns. Felix Diaz Is awaiting at tack by federal troops and a later report Indicates that the rebels have been captured. The proposed amendment to the State Constitution to authorize the levying of an additional tax of five cents on the one hundred dollars to be added to the pensions of Indi gent Confederate Soldiers will, we believe be adopted by a large ma jority. Surely no generous man will refuse so small a pittance. That Republican In Wilson coun ty who received the democratic nom (nation for county commissioner must surely be a good man. else he' wouldn't have gotten more than the other fellow. Hi vote, neigh- bora have confidence in him, then why not let the pecple of that pre dnrt have the officer they want? 17' Co. Mill PHONE 268 Seven Adjoining Improved 1(10 Aero Tract Of red sandy cat claw land, locat ed from 3 to 4 miles of Snyder, tho County Site of Scurry County, 1iviiu . t 9 It AA t,t A (III .w. n IV u u f . u . u If lw f ill.vif ril Ullt, i will sell together or separately wltlf $500.00 first payment on each trfict, balance $500,00 annually wl,Vh 8 per cent Interest. Will accept live, stock to the amount of $200.00 on first pjyment. Why pay reins when jwu titu ynj uui a lieu liuuie JIKO rents. For sale by THE SNYDER ABSTRACT CO. Snyder, Texas. We want good farm and ranch property and stocks of merchandise to trade Tor Irrigated lands In thu I'ecos Valley and New Mexico and the Irrigated districts and rain belt of South Texas. We have a means by which you can get some money in your trades. Daker, Grayum and Anderson Some Scurry county farmers, h few years ago were Induced liyfall rains to sow wheat and then the sea sons disappointed them and they are afral 1 to t'w now. but clncrs believe the drouth series Is about ended and a great many are going to try for a wheat crop. Dooley Yam Potatoes for sale at $1.00 per bushel at tho patch at digging .time, about October 1st. Phono your orders early and not be disappointed. Fill your cellur for the winter, they will keep. Phono 2S1). W. K. HASTES Houston As a result of an idee lion held hero Saturday, Oi toiler 12 i In drainage district No fi, 25,(11)0 aires of land, valuable on'v r,.r of cultivation at li ei isl . .f vl 7 tl ni a , .. , , , . ..,, ru, ,, it ih reported that i in. """"; now Katy ps- 1 ti,,Um f ,''"('1 '! this city at a cost of approximately $300.- 000 are In the hands of the officials of that road and work w ill start with In the next ninety days. When com pleted the station will be ono of the finest in the south. How' TMm. We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY CO. Toledo. Ohio Wo. the undersigned hivj knowr. F. .!. Cheney for the laat 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable lu all business transactions and be lieve blm financially able to (arry out any obligations mado byhij firm Walding, Klnnan A Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Halla Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces .f th system. Testimonials sent free. l;ra "-on per bottle Sold druggists all Take lUll'f family pU, for cc-i- stipttlou. Fortune In Fawi. There I. often mu.h truth In the "Mng "her fare I. hcr fortune" but never eal,l where jlmples. .km (""tons, Mwh,. or other blm- " "-"Mire w impure , )ood e Impure I lood Is c, mom ,u VJ Witk, rM of l'r Kir.,'. N, Lf !?mmo,"h'a"edh-.u!T.Trrtr.;11 rcnu at all drus.isu.