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V 1 ('8 ,1 II Wl 7' it I: A good ' which wa J r. an yon Wes Prof. " "Inglng church , Mrs. lulling 'loon. ' . K . e Misl vlth t; t , The ,igII'b 1 a Mr West flnt' M for ! .v w or Ing .Mr. l.ir n r. i i. Wp ; In. Toilet Soaps, IVrfiimos, 1hn, (7UIoim i.v, at ."The .Owl." vice The Bwl. riu.no .21 DRUG STORE jrutf, Hook and Stationery Hoiwo t F. V. CLARK, Druggist t I Count Clerk W. T. Skinner, re turned Molidny from Eastland. . .If you have Chickens and i:gs to Sell Hcc iih. ilif C. Nation t Son. Horace Ilolley was .n Monday from Irii arranging nfilrs for nn Immense coiiiincrcliil business when fill comes. See Hardy M. Boyd, for Abstracts, oyer State Dank. 4 1-tf . J. H. Head was In town Saturday selling mutton. Ho linn Bonicthing over 150 head of sheep. returned Sunday from I J. S. Curtis, the blarkHinllh is on tho nick list tlilH weK. Pa laud Cnmpboll returned (O her home at Lamcsn. buy old Mutter. C. Naton & Son. diss Krncsllne Smith Is visiting at iinesu. C. K. Ferguson nnd F.zoklcl Hlggln botham went to Taut City Monday. J. O. lodHon left Monday morning on a business trip to Plalnvlow. Mi. W. 11. Shuler returned Wed nesday from vlBltluK at Sterling City. Charlie Kills and G. A. limit h wont to Post City Wednesday. We buy old Mutter. 7-tf C. Naton & Son. E. W. Clark went to Post City Tuesday. H. M. Hoyd made a professional trip to Sweetwater. Judgo C. C. Illgglns nindtj a busi ness trip to Abilene. We buy old Mutter. 7-tf C. Nalon & Son. W. P. CreiiHhnw returned Wednes day from San Angolo. Miss Lo.la Porter returned n few days ago from visiting nt Mineral WellH. Hev. J. W. Hunt left Tuesday for Tulla, where he Is bidding n revival meet lug. We pay you market price In ('null for chickens mill Kgg. Utf C. Nation & Hon. Mrs. Wallace of Mt. Pleasant, wns the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Per- klnn. L. N. Perlman was here Saturday from Dermott. See Hardy M- M:yd, Tor Abstracts, vcr State Hank. 4 1-tf. J. A. Oulnn was here Saturday rrom Camp Springs. He said the rain waa fine nil over tho Divldo and n round Camp Springs. j Have you rend the ads thla week? . .If you linve Chickens nnl Eggs Si 11 nee UN ;itf C. Nation & Son. Mrs. I-. M. Jones and daughter, Melba, daughter nnd granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. I,. J. Nichols, are hero from Dalian to spend the summer. .Meeting at I'leiiMiint Hev I. a. Knight closed a meet I1R t' Pleasant Hill last Sunday. He reports, a good meeting. There were , conversion., and pr hably more. Counliy Piodiic Want."' 1 am now offering tho L.J't mnrk..t price for everythl-.g In the prodme line. Also l.uy nmes. .v to vour Interest to get my prices. JIM KIX1S, f Phone 101 Mrs. Collier, w ho has ben the gue t of her brother, Geo. W. Harris, and family .left Thursday evening for her j homo nt Whitney. Mr. S. H. Jones of Palo Pinto, Is here thla week the gneHt of his l daughter Mrs. W. A. Chnpmnu. A car of the Famous Domino coal Just nrrlved. Phone 272. 7-tt. Jim Dnwnon Hev. .1. W. McOaha returned Thurs day from a m nth's visit In north Texas. Lionel Clark left Tuesday for New Mexico. Mrs. Willi" llunler Is expected home Sunday from tjuatinh. P. llratly returned Thursday from a business trip east. Mrs. Huffman of Dernmtt visited In Snyder. We buy old Mutter. 7-tf C. Naton Son. Williamson county went wet by nm) majority and Midland county gave "5 majority dry. Agiil Lady Dend. Mrs. Sarah Jane llurdette died at Ira. July 27th. 1913. aged 85 yenrs, 3 months'nnd IS days. Hurled In Ira Cemetery, July 2R. JtJoad. pood; Vv'..' , h J -sV -' . i i j 6 r Ollt cnoi.lMJ DHIN'KS AND H'K CHLAM A HE IT HE Mt HISIMNtJ l'IH)US, EASY TO DHJKST. Ol'H CHEAMH AHE .lEItsEY-ltUil; OVlt SODAS CONTAIN SNOWI LAKE-ITHE H It IIS. THE ILAYOHINtiS W K 1 SE AHE 1 Hl.SII AND NATl It Ah AND MOST DELICIOI S. ;lE YOl It LITTLE I O I KS A DIME A PIECE AND LET THEM COM E TO Ol'H COOLING I 'Of NT AND HAY E A WHOLE SOME MEAL. COME TO Ot II Itltl'ti STOltE. Tlio Snvrlor TiYUV CompV JL HV fm.u.j ww-. o - 'We niv mail ordors in-ompt nuoniion Mrs Kehecknh Itohlnson of Lub ,,,,,'k, District Deputy Cirand Matron of the Eastern Star has been con ,,,. s.hool of Instruction for (. Snvder chapt.T. She was the spo guest of Dr. nn Mrs. Warren. tvin nurse the sick, or take any kind of work Into my home. Trust H,0 people will give me a sha-e of work. Mrs. Hall. One block east of school building. Mr. K. T. Moren returned to his home at Ennls after a visit of sev eral davs with bis son Ike Horen and family, rude Llge Is I" l"'",,v P0'"1 spirits over the crop outlook here. He has considerable farming Interests In Scurry and Kent counties. Ills grandson. Wayne Horen. went bomo with him. Youiik Woman MunL r'1' ' Dallas. Dallas, July 28. Klo'Onee Ilrown, 27. daughter of a Pall''" Poll''' mnn. iei.oL-ranher for t!' real estate ' firm of Itohlnson & St.vt')". 110 Field street, was murdered in uie com- j nanv's offices In the very enrt vf the business district this morning. Hi The girl's llfeler.s body Btlll warin.Q was found shortly after .1 o'clock. She had been dead but a few minutes, for she reported for work only Et ?:30 o'clock. Her throat was grahed from , car to ear. Her left nrtn showed un mistakable teeth marks nnd two rings had been torn from her fingers. There Is no clew whatever to the girl s murder. Within an hour after the finding of her body the police arrested Iwenty-flvo young men. 9 riierii were arrested In a general drat; net camprlgn la which tho po l,o siezed every younR mnn they mow not. readily Identify. All of the twenty-five are white. A young white ine.n wiu re ported to have been Been h aving the firm's offices shortly be fore the girl's body was found. We pay )oii market price In Caxli for Chickens and Egg", iir C. Nation & Son. j It. Is said that 2i Fanners Cnion 1 men, objecting to mixing up with tho Texas Commercial Secretaries have called a meeting to probably holt tho I I nlon but Peter ltadford says the j Farmers' I'liion will live on. The : Chairman of the executive committee says several of the 2fi hollers have not paid their union dues. S-Sh-S!io-Shoe-ShCH. And S-Sl-SII-Sllp-p-pem. We can si ll you shoes or slippers cnenper than you can p-p-pur-chaso else where. , It Caton Hudson Dry Goods Co. lleavv Cotton laiss. Svlvester, Fisher county, Texas, .I.ilv 2G It Is estimated 1,000 acres' of cotton sustained 75 per cent lossv by a hail and two-lncli ram sect Ion today. In thla Fluvanna Texas, July 20. This 1 town and surrounding country have been visited by two fine rains In the last forty-eight honiB. Tho preclplta- Hon ranges from one nnd one-fourth Y' to two Inches. All crops will he great- 1 .. . . mt I - July 20. 1913. Just received five cars of good dry lied Oak. Purr Oak and Post Oak Wood that I want to sell. Phon- 2 72. i 7-lt. Jim Dawson When the police In Dallas get ready to say they can't find who murdered Miss Florence Ilrown last Monday morning we will send Jim Itolef over ther" lie . :nt find the trail. H. C. Menu was here Wednesday j from Hermlelch and said everything looks good there. The people have round smiling faces nd greet each other with glad "howdy." V. J. Llndsey nnd family of Corsi ca nil aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Price. ly benefited as none have suffered J ( except early feed whlcli will lie aoou hnlf crop. Cotton prospects are good ir-llit-Hn-llata. We are loaded on hats. Come and get one cheap. It Caton-Dodson Pry Goods Co. i Methodist Cliiiicli Announcement. Tulla, Texas, July 31, 1913. Editor Snyder Signal, w Snyder, Texas. 1 Announce President. W. M. Pierre of Seth Ward College will fill Meth odist pulpit next Sunday. J. W. DI NT. S-Sh-Slil-Slili-Shiilx. If you want the best shirt you ever bought for lht money, come to tho Hlu Store. It. Caton-Dodson Dry Goods Co. f" Have yon read the nils this week? i ii III . - ! Eastman Kodaks and Supplies H- Towle s-' 3. W. Kerr of Hlg Springs. Ii vis iting his father. Hev. J. H. Kerr. Dr. Whltmere nays we now want to find market for about a million bushels of feed stuff. Kd Ward and L. J. Nichols are put ting up a wind mill at the O. S. ranch this week. Mr. Abe Richardson, of Johnson i Judge nnd .v!r. C. H. Huchanan count v arrived here Wednesday to nnd children and Miss Kessle Huchan lslt his daughter, Mrs. G. T. Mall- an. left Monday for a visit of ten mark, east of town. 'lays at Marfa, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlckham who have been visiting Mr. and Mis. Fill . ill have In few d.iyi fer their home at Shrevesport, La. It is reported that the Southwest ern Telephone Company has sold Its Abilene plant to an Independent company. Miss Lyda Huffman has accepted a position as nurse In the sanitarium at Post City. Her many friends here wish her success In her new position. T. M. Evans of Hamilton county cam In Wednesday to visit his son Earnest Evans six miles northwest of tow n. Mrs. Joe Str-.5horn Is visiting her mother t Pico and will come back by Abilene to itlend the meeting of the West r.vs i dd Velio .tiMicln-tion. Misses Nichols of Post ICty, at tending the Eastern Star meeting were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ezell. SCHOOL BOOK lillCEM HGEf.1 J. H. 'Joi-m i in. P. K. Pi v ' " 1 three of W. T. Thompson's children went out last week on a flhhing trip. They don't say much !out their fish ing luck but they were hard on the rabbits. Horace Ilolley was In Monday from San Marcos to visit her brother W. It. Hell and family. Our Drug Store lll In the City Ie positor) for all of Hie Stale A duplet! School Hooks for the net Sl Years. .... ; ; 'rn 7 .V Llakes Home Dalung Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There Is no baking powder like it ' for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from rvrc Grcpc Cream of Tartar. We will aiso carry in stock all school Supplies and you w 111 not have to worry this yenr about how many places you will have to r," to for I m iiooi in-oks and school supplies. ... We will have to sell school itooks for strictly cash as these books be long to the publishers and we are nllowcd a small per cent for selling them. Do not ask us to charge them for w e cannot. We promise you one and all the hi st possible service that we can give I vou. J Tell our neiibbors where tluy vlll find all the school books. 1 'I hanking ou for our liberal pa- ilronaK- In the past and asking for a ; i out Imiain e of same, we leg to rc main, I Your friends, I (,rainn Drug Co. j j y -s... ii. : V (. FREE! FREE! 'aM o-.-vi. , . .... .1.,,. , With each can of Itevall Pearl Tooth Powiler nie giving you I HKK one IMc Itexnll Tiaitli Hru We are doing this to Introduce thla high gra TOOTH POWDLH and TOOTH HHI SIL They are worth 25c each and are worth yen i ljvJ"ir','n,,i,I,'rn'lon' 2 Don't fall to get thU bargain while It V' lasts. Snyder litUetm want to keep w Id" 'awake on the Katy road devidop I nieiits. The (list ar." fr m Walnut j Si.rini. to SnjibT Is Just rght for tho ' lm at i" of t-hops. For Sale One Jersey Milch iow, one Jersey heifer, one DuriK- CIH with ! seven pits, one w ith nine plp m,e : mower and rnke. Fat. A bargain. See GRA YUM DRUG CO. p The Ife'liaJlt Store Tree Drtiw-ry Phone v. ; re ga. -ts nt the u'f day and Wedne J J P. Yeates Jrs dges, Mrs ' j ...e Prlddy M. T. I'miiiui, Mrs. ( Mr. and Mrs. V. W. J. D. Pri.ldy. Mis .inn Mrs. 1. H. Davis., rs R. 'an ley i l;ep ''.nre: t ;l rrf.. ,, r , . . The people of Texas are apt rnnie susplcli us of any sort of leal move emlni.ting from Aust the purported languace of Hranrh Cohjultt. A lot of "hot. ltlclans" can't put It ov r the of Teas. - v 7-lt V. . A C,n,.:ii i.' The Dry..,.,i. Horaie Ilolley from Ira. ill' I I'iori I,. .. .. ' tt. W. nammpr" . here ' f ' 1 "1, , ir t i . 1 s .d ITr.nls Cre k Is r.