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3 Dr. J. E. Dodson ia expected here In a few days from California. SCHOOL HOOKS AND SCHOOL rz SITPLIEH at Gray urn Drug Company BUY YOUK ! Drugs, Chemicals, Kuliber Goods, Toilet Soaps, Perfumes, Cigars, Cold Hm1ii, Hooks, Stationery, V.tc. at ."The .Ojvl." Price Moderate; Service The Ket. Free Delivery. I'linne 221 Forsale A splendid hack, good condition, cheap. Apply to Tom Jen gins at Public Cotton Yard. ll-4tc T. I. Bynum brought in some fine liouda of niulze from his farm Tues duy. He says take the field altogeth er from which these heads were tak en and It will yield about a ton to the acre. When you SKKETEK SKOOT, SLEEP IS SWEET. Tor sale hy It Grnyiiiii Drug Cwnpiuiy. OWL DRUG STORE Tlrt? Drut,', Book and Stationery Hou. F. V. CLARK, Druggist H. O. McFarland w:ih here Timrs ' day from Dunn. SH' our XKW I"OST CAKDS. LOCAL- views in Grnyuiil Drug; Co. L. C. Waaii Cleburne. Iuih returned from Bet) Hardy M. OTer State Dank Boyd, for Abstracts. 41-tf. A Hhoades of Ira is traiiHactiuK bus in ens in Dallas. We are In the market for thresh ed maize end kafflr. 9-tf. C. Nation & Son. Mrs. W. H. Rtanflold went to their rand. Wednesday mon lug. I am p-opared to tike orders for your winter coal any kind you want. I'lione 272 8-tf. JIM DAWSON. Mrs. Coates is expected home to day from the St. Louis markets. For Waggons. Hinders and Twine gee J. J. HELEW, g-8t Fluvanna, Tex. Mrs. Pearson of Stephenvlllo is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Maxwell. See Hardy M. Il:yd, Tor Abstracts, ver State Dank. 41-tf., Mrs. 0. W. Harris and children are visiting Mrs. Giles Conncll at the O. II. ranch near (Jail. The new Harris building on Scar borough street will soon be occupied by Klncauon & Davis. Prof. O. 0. Hale is here and ready to inter upon his work as principal of the High School. It Is reported here that Mrs. J. E. Norwood, neo Miss Naomi Media tor., Is seriously sick at their home In Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor and chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Fickas went to Post City Tuesday to have the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor operated upon for adenoids. The llt tlo fellow stood the ordeal nicely. Ed Kelly Is hero this week. Mrs. Polar. Earnest Sears 1 svlsltlng at My! hut XOKKIS CAXDY beat tliem all. Just received fief.ll Mp meiit. Grayum DruK Company.. . Mrs. Jack Elklna of Polar was the guest this week of Grandma' Slngle-tary. L. N. Perrlman tf Dermott was In town Tuesday with a lot of fresh inut ton for which he found ready sale. L. N. Is not worrying about free wool. His flock of sheep will bring hi in good money, regardless of what Con gress may say about it. HEM EMBER When you want good things to cat at prices that are right, the place to get them Is, 11-lt Denson & Smith. XL Eugene Thompson the western re presentative of the Southwestern Pa per Co. of Dallas, was here this week waiting on the printing houses. J. M. Morton of the Ennls country Bold a bale of cotton here Wednes day for 11.60 and ho came straight way and subscribed for the Sngnal. J. F. W. McFarland was here Thursday from near Dunn and said his community got a pretty good rain Tuesday. Mrs. F. E. Jolly, wife of our popu lar young Santa Fe agent, has re turned home from her summer vacation. Politicians and others are rendy to say that business Is too much demor alized by politics, and then go rlj.M along doing the politics act. Tli' im.rth is the time to prepare for your winter c?sl and wood. Phone 272. See 8-tf. JIM DAWSON. ft: ...V' "o V- - r I-.. -r. "1 y, y Mi r. v Hi,'; We have many excellent tooth pastes and pow ders you can't get in any drug store in town but ours. The bristles do not drop from our superior made tooth brushes. Whenever you need anything to beautify your teeth or sweeten your breath, come to US. Whenever you need anything in the drug store line, come to us and you will be sure to get the best. We don't keep any other kind. COME TO Ol'H lKl(i STOKE. The Snyder Drug Comp'y "We give mailorders prompt attention" I u n u ii n d H ti u u a n u ii a ti a a ti a u u n ri ti El n -- fVM.u.m.v.l'XM A t ; i t! El U 11 ' EI, I 11 I This flour stands the test. ) CURRY a TAYLOR "T11K HOMK OF I50QUKT" B ' t I i W. J. Evans was hero Tuedsay from the river country to get cotton sack material, fie says he has 125 acres and expects to get 30 bales. He will begin picking next week. Calomel in Had. Hut Simmon's Elver Purfler Is de lightfully pleasant and its action Is thorough. Constipation yield:, blll ousiiobs goes. A trial convinces. In yellow tin boxes only. Tried once, used always. 7-Bt. Don't forget Carmen. In three reels at Dreamland Friday, Aug. 29. Pat Hrown returned Monday from a business trip to Lanuca. This Is to certify that you will find Ileautlgelne and Dermacura Soap at A. D. Dodon's and 3tlnjson Bros. Dry Goods Stores, and also at my residence. MIIS. W ATKINS, Representative. 8-4t. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hunter have returned from the markets and they put In their full time as is proved by the big shipments of goods com lug in for their store. If Col. Noble and Uncle Hen Davis see fit to water a wheel barrow drive around the siiuaro on the result the lu-xt election it will prov lov ride r.n the concrete sidewalks end crossings. Just received, our NEW POST, (WICPS w ith Snyder Scenes. A i (.iii.viiiu Drug; Compan result of vo a real Idewalks j . . L. II Keau judt- 1.JJ11 a n fc fc road working, October 2 lnfl 3. Tui, Is an appeal to patriotism I'd lionii ' Interest. Every citlzc do his duty. ted tC - Mrs. Leroy Johnson tfiS of Sweetwater are visiting i . Snyder this week. it ) ildren J Are You a Woman? Waterinehiiih! WateriiK-lons! You will find my melons on sale at Reiner's Market. I have equipped my wagon with a good set of sprnlgs, therefore, no bruised melons. 9-4 1 W. E. SOrtllELS. i! mm E. II. lllgglnbotham transacted bus iness In Post City tills week. Tfi8 Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS F4 Eastman Kodaks and Supplies f ;44444w444444 - v c DltK.MI.M Program. Friday Aug. 29 and Sat urday Aug 30t i. Friday. Aug. HiMli. Carmen ThanhoiiHer In three reels. One of the best player photo plays ever produced, produced by the all Mar ThanhoiiKer aHt. many people have either read the b tok or seen Charged With Hurglnry Cumplalnto were filed before Coun ty Attorney Webb last Saturday a galnst two young men from Taylor county. Charlie Gregg and Irvln Street, charging burglary. It is charg ed that they entered the houe of I.. W. Carter near Dermott and took a lot of cotton sack material. Sheriff Holes started nfter them and arrest ed them In Garz.i county. They were this great play, which was held In j taken before Justice Hrown Monday the larg. -Ft cities of the world. This i ; where they waived examining trial nn eitraordinary feature picture, one i and their ball bonds were set at $500 of unusual Interest each, which they made and were re- Snturdiiy Aug. :10th. i leaded. It is learned the young men Drummer of the Mh Hroticho , are strangers here and wer traveling In two reels , nn excellent ar pic- through the country in a lucgy. lure. I Hearth Light Reliance We will innke a mi IhI ITlce on A good, true life drama very Inter- Wall Paper for in da. mllnc. j Warren Itrnllier. The Official Tests show Dr. Price's Baking Powder to be most cllicient in strcsfllli, of highest I urity and hcallhfulness Mrs. J. Coleman. I.ockhnrt is visiting at Miss Grace Foster will begin her art class September 8, snd will ap preciate your patronage. 10-2tpd Joe Cnton I expected home Fri day. He has bought so many goods that lie has Cncle Charlie worried half to death. I.el no fit )nu Willi Se lH4 le. Wnrren llnilheni. CRIZAM llo Alain, Ko Phosphate of L'me M- E. I.. Maxwell of I.onieta was here this week looking utter his farm interests In Scurry county. Mrs. Cargll and Mr. and Mrs. Wil son of S'tamford were guests for sev eral das of Mr. and Sirs. J C l.ock hart. Let u fit )"U witli Spettaili-. Warren ltnillM-n. Mr and Mrs. E. W. Clark and daughters returned last wei-k from a summer visit in California. Stiiiiellilnn new In Wall IV.x r at. Warren ltiitlier. Mrs. T. J. Dantzler f r Mineral Wells. left Monday Oriiyuui Drug Co.'s htorp will lian !lle all SCHOOL IIOOKS anil SUPPLIES. If von need Wall Paper Si--, Warren Unit In r. Jim Limine)- of Post City visited his father W. H. II. Llndsey. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Smith returned I a few days ago from MItwpI Wells. Pat Johnston made a business trip to t he Plains count ry. Mr. II. F. Herlccs List Davis attended church Sunday at Justlceburg. A. II. Justice came from Justlceburg. down Sunday If )oll need Wall Paper Se1, Warn-n Itrotlii r. Mrs. L. M. Deavours and little son left Sunday for Sweetwater to visit her parents. Something new in Wall I'hmt at. Warren Itnillier. Mrs. J. L. Jennings after an extend ed visit with her mother. Mrs. G. W. Johnson has returned to Canadian. A Card of Tlianka. ' We wish through this paper t thank our ninny friends for thclrkln, ncss and sympathy, during the Hlnes of nnr dear one. who Is Improving fast. f"f v... .,,,-, I I onl bless eaS. niuy me f."" is our prayer. MItS. CHAPMAN, and CIHLDKEN. )S.-.ti( Knife lw We will give away the fine pocket knife to the perron holding the most limine Toba co tLgs, S : 1, at 3 o'clock. Mlmson Dry Goods and Gro. Co. Kev. O. II. Cattls conducted vlval mecilng at the Elkl'm f house last week and Is In a this we;-k at Crowder. The im stated there last Sunday a degree of int?rest manifested the very first service. 1 r M'ks ;thtellow of CorNirana who has been a guest In the Itogers fam ily went north Mondav. Wr Wall will make a o04'ial lVice on I 'a per for HI dayn. Wurwn HrntlHTK. Itebt M. Curnutte rihliler of the Flr.--t National Hank f Snjder. Is visiting Ms brother-ln-la, Flod Couutis. of the i'otton Flats vicinity. Mr. Curnutte was In Midland Mon day and paid the Importer an appre ciated fall Midland Keporler. I Mln Minnie Chapman Mondav fn ni St. IjhiIs. ret timed Mrs Allen Connell left Monday I niomli.g for the O. S. Itanch. IILAW CASTOH MACHINE OIL l-.t in town 4e gallon. (.ra)um Drug fonipnny. HHW HIMiKK MICIIINE OIL, 4r wr gnllon In eenU er iuart at .rs)uni Drug ('nipHny. Mr. E. W. Harris has returned to her home at Cemancbe after a vl't of s-veril (V w'.tli Mr. snd Mr G. W. Hir:lf. W. T. Hlsck has returned from Corpus Chrlstl. If ) u want a liM of SI lllMM, IKMIKS I.) Km,l,. Up Bn, n(ul ing the "ill trade, run furiiti Ji.u rvait llt nltli price of ai Imm.L (.r)um Drug Cunipany. Are Your Children Attending School? and have they the necetsary Hooks. Pads, Pencils. Copy Hooks. Slates. Pendl Sharp eners School Straus Lunch ? Hoxes, Pencil sr.Pen Tab lets. If not T'iu i everything in (he school Ixniks and suppi-" general at this store, Y at the lowest figures. find GRAYUai DRUG CO. Tlia jfeSCt Store l're Drlivery phone S'