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i iiaiiivagmiig week k
Nov. url!i to ..Oth our AinciJc.iii Iu.mi.i..
DciuonHlrntoii will take luc iiiiiIu, tM ,y mik i
Wrlgltt. wn' ,,,', 'r"" ' factory ' .
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So f Invito rvtry Imly to (nil lmii,K M,r
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V, wuiil you lo cull iinl see her llm
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The ones you have heard so much about. The one garment for ladies; so muchf,
better and nicer than all others, but cost no more than the inferior kinds. This
Ur o wr tmnr nttntinti in nuil von will want either a coat, suit or lomrc
till U11V W Willi JVU1 u t. k v. b t v w ; - ct -
r. ... tit ii i I , !nTr!fa fr r u 1 1 nnrl coo flirt.!.)
lor l lianksffiving. ve nave mem in siuut au mvn "'tint, ,
fore Thanksgiving as we are goin to offer them to you at great reductions font i
ill nffpr flipm tn vnn will interest vnn if v? r
1 lid IltVdl V lllg VVUUIV. I 11C pilvl a VT " m
have any idea of buying at ail. Guaranteed linings in every garment. So do notfc
to !ci us show you. Many other nice things in Ladies Dress goods and trimming
hard time prices and do not forget our Millinery Department.
Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving and hoping to see you durk
the week, we thank you for your presence.
J Hunter
Mercani
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PROGRAM.
cla.-imY XVTV TI.A HKKS IXsTITl'TK. AT CKXTltAI. M IHKM,
111 ll.OIXt., SX11I.H. TK.AS. MOXOAY, IU-VKMIiK.lt Ifl,
p r. M. tn SATl K1AV, IHVKMUKIt 21. 12 M
C. R. 11i hannn, Comty Suporintondrnt.
?r, 1 Mti Klhcl Clr-rry, Conductor rrlmary lVpart niont .
Ao-. 2 A. Johnitoa, ConKnclor lntrni.ciliMp 1 prnin-nt
S(o. A K. A. Vton Conductor HipU School lVpnrinifnt.
ck f ,p1( ',"01 Sutton ft Horn School Kry.ni Kfit-rnt ial all
rUr rrfrrr-ncp arrtrt tnt Look.
;0 OpptiinK KxrclRpf -Kf-. M. C. P.itthop.
Aldro8(i of Welcome -T. F. liaki-r,
"itosptinKe O. 1. Howell.
Prrllminary Announcfnirntu t'ouniy SuppriLindont.
Klo-rtlon of Sowtarj.
Knrollment of InBtltute.
0 Organisation of SKtion. DmriiKKion of plan of Sectional Work by
Conduitor of each aootlon.
Soc 1: four typical method of leaching Kea.lir.g. Chap. 21- Mikh
Ida Krlley.
S.-o. i: Aim and Importauc of Teaching In Intern-.ediate Grade
Vein Paugherty.
1IC8 U ..
pening F:erfiHea and AddreH Kev. V. C. Homard.
ate fnlform Coiirne of Study Tart 1 E. A. Wataon.
Pernor.fllitT of itie Teacher Misa Ttubv Ia Marvin
hmc. 1 Standard in Primary Keading Ctapter 21 Mihs Kfli-
nlK,,. IVIU.
Fe. z: rromotiona ana neiT.oiiona i hap. b j-e T. Smith,
pee.. S: Seope of Work for High School A I,. Patteraon.
0 NOON.
H:0 Dlaclpline In the School IJoom M. L Hill.
Tu 0 Valu of Ia)ng and Conarruction otk In Primary irade
30 Mn. J. T. SmitV
(.q'6 TMaelpllne on th School pronod Guy E. Oaey.
,5 RKCESS.
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f. Hi ::i!,s
.s lo the n.o
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A tr.iii.-
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M:ti- I'.nta Wilou.
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0 See. 1: Chap 7 Mlaa Grace Vioore.
Sec. 2: Chap. 7 John I-. Greene.
Se S: Government G G. Hael
UKPXKsrHT.
0 Opening Pverciae and Addresa Re. J. W. Hunt
Physical Condition in the Cla Koom. Chap. K Frank C. Purge
K rnjuicai l ondition omnae the rijma Room. Chap 8 u C. Wimoi
i i : 4 & -.VUtc-rial Kquipmont of School C. T!. V-1. h;ir.:.n.
S. 20 School I-H.rnru-s: Are they practui.l in rural f. i.oi ip? l.cn 1 ho:;
TIU'KMHY Ki:X'IX; (7:;5.i it ..ml M.uc.)
Sr.eili.l r ocrtir.i cl MukIc and Jled.ngs.
The Tea. her as an K. onomK- Fjictor in It..- '.'..r l.l'.s Worl.
Cunnir.gam of Jon-. Coi.r.;y.
KHIPAY.
t:S0 Opening Pxer.-iKc and Address .1 .. . C
ji;(i0 What lit s-pont ihilitiea rent on tl.o T'.i.'.i-r
ing of r'JP'-'. 1- A. Snclling
SO Model Recitation. Written Spelling- Y. is.-
Spelling Mis Maud Williams
10: TO - RKCESS.
10:45 See. 1: FourType of Analyia. Chap -I -
Sec. 2: Chap 12 Vis Minnie Talor
See. 3: Chr.p 12 Mi(-s Ponriie Wilkins
1;S0 Chap. 13 A. Johnson.
2 00 Chap 14 W. W. Weem
2 : SO RECKES.
2:45V Sec. 1: Chap. 23 Visa 1-ela Torter
Sec. 2: Chap. 2 4 Mis Genet a, lais
Sec. 3: Help in Teaching Charles K. Winston.
SATl IUAV.
f:30 -Opening Exercise and Addres M. E V.fisser.
Jt:00 Method in Teaching History Miss Ina Iavis.
ft:45 Monthly and Term Report. Supt. C. R Bufhanan
10:30 RECESS.
10:45 Puslneaa Session.
12:00 ADJOIRNMENT.
O. 1. HOWEUl.
E. A WATSON,
C. R RICH AN AN.
Comn.irtee
Sutton and Horn School Room Essential may t.e had at County
Judge' office at net cost of one dollar.
The County Superintendent i required by law to organir.e and hold
a County Teacher' Institute of five eonaecutlve day of seven hour each,
within the f rst four month of each acholastic year, and each teacher
under eontraet, either verbal or written, ic required to attend uch In
stitute or risk the possibility of the cancellation of his certificate for wil
fully absenting himself.
We Insist that every teaiber in the county make ample prepara
tion for thia meeting and rom with a desire, willingly and cheerfullv
to receive and Impart valuable Idea concerning successful school work
Toe text look used will repay you professionally in IT study, many time
the small Item of Ita e oat.
Yery Respectfully.
C. U. PVCHANAN.
Ex-Off. County pupt.
Obi l'vii..n Racket.
Sh.-rifT Polos w,is called to the
west piirt of the county Mcnday to
see jilioii! a man who it wa
was armed with a fun F.id making
J t.incs in-pleasant for some of the
i
j pi oi. ie In tl.e community.
! It was Intimated that the fellow
j had potie looney. The sheriff went
I and looked into the matter and de
cided that it was straight old fash
ion row.
MAT WY.V.V
We itre offet ing f.ir 1 1
liimnne hnri;iiiti in Wir-J
a!1 1 er.
Men'n JHr grade for 4.V
jtlie ;t"c grade fur ,
("all ami M-e u. f
Rl( H ARIS, MiMII.MVt
l t Siik'
ra
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ICS.
Taken to the Asylum.
Sheriff Holes left thl week"" for
Terrell to convey to the asylum the
young man, Koscoe Krop of the Ira
country who waa examined here last
week on a charge of Insanity and
adjudged to be of unsound mind.
Pemand Higher Wage
Wichita Falls Demand for In
creased wages and better nrVr,r
i conditions have been submitted to
Ithe management of the Wichita
j Falls and Northwestern railroad by
; the engineers, conductor, firemen.
nrasemen and yard men. A Confer
ence Utwecn the officials of the road
and representatives of the me.l to be
held next week. The North weatern
recently became a Katy property and
the men want the same wage acale
o applies on the other branchea of
tt.cir pay at present
lt.g about 5-0 per cent of that.
b-
Cov. Hawley of Idaho flnallr do
dined lo resign to accept appoint
ment to the Vnited State Senate. He
ha. appointed K. I. Perkey to the
Senate to hold until time for him to
go by election.
For farm i
bank, next !
iar. Harm
'i r m P'toft
Just received a tr t-
ou domino coal. Pole M
coal in Snyder. I.eet
Guaranteed to I- free f:J
alote. .
JIM
To Iteduce i.'ie CcM 1
t'fc ?. broom r..iir.ufacl
A. Wl.il. . " '
in Eist Sjydr.
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30 RECESS.
15 Sec. 1: Chap. 6 Mrw J. W. Ieftwich. Mis Augusta Curtutte.
Pe. 1: Chap. Yiaii Utxie Watkln.
t Sec. 8: Chap. O. F. Pavenport.
00 NOON.
0 State Vniform Course of PtuiJ. Part J E A. Wafwon.
0 The Montennorrl Syatem Miss Brady.
6 RECESS.
fc. 1: Chap. 22 Number. Primary Cradce "Mint Hrth
Pee. 2: Chas. 23 Number. Intermediate alias Rosa Black.
Se-c. 3 : Cbp. 10 Part C O L. Howell; Part D. K Mis
Borch.
TmRsn.Y (At Vourt Hmw)
TrmMem ad) Pal rotni fcpwiaJ Day.
l.TI
f T
Opening Exerclae and Addr.-w Rev. Jaa H. Tate.
5 Duties of School Trustee Horace Holley.
f The Patron a a Factor ajac Taylor
5 RECESS.
tP Eduratlonal Address F. M. Brallev.
XKXT WKEK!
M are- offering for Xert Week
hnmee hargtUas tn Winter Kw(Vt-
Mem'a IMV jrrsxV for 4.V
Incite R.V frade for S.Vc
Call and we .
lUdlARPS. McMIlXAX it CO
Kawt Slcte Squam
((-NOON.
The School a a Social Center Sup
County.
RECESS.
it at
t t
. i av . .
iYmiici! cr.luphoni of Jnnee
I.
. . I. .in itTh.
Morr4 Itark to Snyder.
Judge W. H. llarrey who ha hern
rwaidlcg at P-uTalo Gap has mowed
back to Snyder thia week to make
thl city his borne.
He was county Judge of Scurry
County some year ago.
Taria. Texas. I the underused.
tVe pleasure In stating that 1 h..
The meeting of the Federate of ! 2 ChU' Toaie
Women Club. In session in Fprtlltu,. ' w '
U attended by .1, hundred ! J, V" ,"r ? bo "
I " KO- Wl 1 have had none
, ; "'n'v 1 "Ider It the brat mediae
Bondsmen for two of the accused I 1 "T
have withdraws their name, and the . Tours truly,
dynamiters on trial at Indlanapcli ! J' K' KAT-
Worth
women
men are again In Jail.
The jury in the
Fort Worth w i
Sneed case at
The Missionary women of the towa " .v "nPl-ted Saturday
hare bern conuuctlng prayer armor 1 rarri.7 K 1 in ,be c'
tbia week every afternoon ' h " P"id up Mob-
i fal Trn'DK A" "
ltrhla, rW. 'omed on Fort Wotrh ttl week.
I waut you to know
1 V
A
-J
Fine' Macbin
Needles, Oils Btl
pairs of all ,,or
make of machine n
J. D. BOY D,
Soatb-west CoT&b
Snyder, Texsi j
svrvr,
. i rv
aaM.Msa
how
Fruit Tree Itrllvery, IVrr. 2nd.
I will have a surplus of fruit trees
whic h 1 w ill sell at a barfaln on i bo and !t cured me
December 2nd. 2-2t I JOITN RRADLET
J. V. WHITE. Caney Kanaa
ratxhi i .
rood rour Hnrf. v.. j. . " ""erestecj in any kinrf f -.l
. t.mm uone roe , tar - . -
1 had .urfered with Itching pllea fif- K"' B"n,M' Eo-
teru year and when I was travelling j ' door to Post Offica. 24tf
through Texas, a man told me of vjY , ZT
your Hunt s Cure. I rot a fift, ' .." E' Euk who has been
- - irui lor
and To." , l" 6
IJd Tow nsite prop,,, cam. home ,as,
Bitters
dSAHr"-'
stomach bead ''PH -T.
Alston. lialeiph. 0.
liTsrandkidnrrfCi- .
t.r.tfourbot'-."f
ruuclo u -
For sal. by
Foater-Milburn t
Sol. astii '' iha
Re..ieiriler tha Vi.
Du.
p resl
c ag-
n receipting them for two
(.resent x.
of Importance. .
W. S AD4.MSON.
I
d:li
rlhuted to tU National
1 1 J
w.
Campaign
fund.
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