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The Snyder signal. (Snyder, Tex.) 1887-????, September 05, 1913, Image 8

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Prof. O. G. Hazel and Ernest Tay
lor took a buggy trip to Garza coun
ty. Lightning In the Winter.
Is a queer phenomenon, but there
Is nothing queer about the quick re
lief given to rheumatism by Hunt's
Lightning Oil. John Coffinan, Route
4, Shawnee, Okla., snys: "My wife is
over 66 years old and had rheuma
tism In her neck and the first appli
cation did the work, and we will
keep It on hand always. 2!c and 50c
bottles.. All dealers 1 2-4 1.
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Horn, Frldny, Aug. 29, to Mr. and
Mrs. W. V.Jones, ut Camp Springs,
a boy.
Drugs, CliemlcnlN, Ituhhcr (JoihIm, Toilet Soaps, Prrf union,
Cigars, t'olil Soda, Hooks, Stationery, Kir. at ."The .Owl."
Kob Strnyhorn has gono back to Wax
uhachlc for his finishing year In
Trinity t'nlvorslty.
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Price Moderate; Service The Heal.
Free Delivery.
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OWL DRUG STORE
The Drug, Boole and Stationery llouso
F. V. CLARK, Druggist
Judge and Mr8. ('. It. Ituchiinnn
attended tho Sunday school conven
tion at Dunn last Sunday.
W. J. Waldrlp, public, weigher at
Ira was hero Wednesday.
Jasper lliirch went away up to
Plalnvlew this week.
See Hardy M. IJjyd, for Abstracts,
ver State Dank. 41-tf.
It does a fellow good to hear the
gin whistles.
See Hardy M. Poyd, for Abstracts,
over State Dank. 41-tf.
W. J. F. McFiirland of Dunn was
a First .Monday visitor in Snyder.
We are In the market for thresh
ed maize end kafflr. 9-tf.
C. Nation & Son.
A. M.Curry Is hero this week look
ing after his farm Interests.
I am p-.vnarod to tike orders for
your winter coal any kind you want,
r.ione 272 8-tf.
JIM DAWSON.
Harry Galbralth, editor of the Terrell
register C. C. Dass, W. L. Clark and
Fred Nell, of Abilene passed through
Snyder, Tuesday on an automobile
tour of the West.
Forsale A splendid hack, good
condition, cheap. Apply to Tom Jen
gins at Public. Cotton Yard. ll-4te
For Sale A three Inch wnf.oi
good as new, also second hand Spald
ing hack. WMI sell on fall time,
good note. Apply to
12-4t C. P. Sharer.
J. D. Jordan was In Wednesday
from Dunn. He says his Immediate,
community has had'none of the pass
ing rains.
Jim Horton at Waco was run over
and killed by a wagon loaded with
cement.
Would likn to contract with some
one to pick 100 acres of cotton locat
ed about 3 miles N. K. of Snyder.
12-2tp J. II. Hamlet.
Some of the Snyder boys have n
dopted a new source of excitement.
They get out at night In automobiles
and shoot Jack rabbits by the glare
of the car lamps. '
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This flour stands the test.
Henry F.ndorley, J. W. Ilalrd, J.
H. Vuughan, J. L. Doss and M. C.
Itatllff, of Colorailo were registered
at the Manhattan last Saturday.
This nil. nth Is the time to preparo
for your winter coal and wood. Phone
272. See
8-tf. JIM DAWSON.
Charlie ltulnwatcr and ltlchlo Mer
cer left Sunday for Fort Worth
where they will attend a Commer
cial school.
This is to certify that you will
find Ileautlgelne and Dermacura
Soap at A. I). Dod.-on's and otlmson
Pros. Dry Goods Stores, and also at
my residence.
MRS. W ATKINS,
8-4t. Representative.
Mrs. Coates returned Saturday
from the St. Ixmla dry goods mar
ket. She visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Welch at Dukedom, Tennessee on her
trip.
For Waggons, Hinders and Twine
see J. J. P.KLEW,
8-8t Fluvanna, Tex.
n. I. Doyd and A. W. Henry of
Amarlllo were registered at the Man
hattan this week.
Watermelon;.! Watermelons!
You will find my melons on sale
at Ketner's Market. I have equipped
my wagon with a good set of sprnlgs,
therefore, no bruised melons.
9-4t W. K. SORRELS.
Mrs. Giles Council of Gall and Mrs.
K. M. Wallace of Fort Worth, were
In Snyder Tuesday.
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The sooner you learn to come to our drug store
for everything you need in the drug line, the soon
er you will come to the store that carries none but
the purest, freshest drugs and choicest drug store
articles. We want your drug business only be
cause we give you reliable medicines and merch
andise for your money.
Children's school supplies of all kinds.
COMK TO OI K lH.rG STOKE.
The Snyder Drug Comp'y
"We tfive mail orders prompt atteution"
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Miss Tina Prullt of Dermott was
In the city Monday.
Mr. J. A. St avoly was here Satur
day from Fluvanna,
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W. M. Crow was hero Monday
from Ira taking in the First Monday
sight.
C. W. Hut heson won talking a
bout the cotton crop hero Saturduy.
Ketner llros. shipped a fiuo hog
Saturday to Frank Lock wood at Lorenzo.
J. M. Doak shipped out a fine lot
of grapes Saturday to towns along
the Snnta Fe.
W. S. Hart of Austin and C. F.
Pass of Abilene were here Friday
representing the Royal Typewriter.
W. W. Kchols. cashier of the First
State Hank at Hermlelgh waa tran
sacting business In Snyder last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thompson and
daughter, Miss Kula left Saturday to
visit their son, R. M. Thompson and
family at Wlldorado.
J. M. Woodard of Route three
was discussing crops here Saturday.
The cotton is cut off quite materially
but, he says, people will not starve
by any menus
L. McQuinn rural carrier on Route
Ono Is taking his annual two weeks
vacation and Mrs. Lyman Wren Is
cnrrylng the mall to the people along
that route.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Smith
gone to Corpus Christ I to spend
winter.
havo )
W. J. Lvnns was hero Mond
from the Ira community with a'"
loud of melons.
Miss Willie Strayhorn returned
several days ago from a summer visit
to her sister at Alvarado.
Dr. Rankin Is said to have assured
W. P. Lane that he can kocp Cullen
Thomas out of the race for gov-eronr.
Are You a Woman?
The Woman's Tonic
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS
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Eastman Kodaks and Supplies (HL 1wSe
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Cornelius Davis and Will
Black of Funis were factors of the
big First Monday crowd.
Warren Scrlvner was hero Monday
from Dermott to see what he could
ee.
The proposed post road from Fort
Worth to Mineral Wells Is about to
fall down.
A little son f Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Keep at Camp Springs had the mis
fortune to get his collar bone broken.
L For Making Pure, J
Delicious
Home-Baked Food.
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.Miss Viola Kills Is visiting In Post
City.
Dr. J. K. IV.(;j :i of California is
here.
W. II. Stamps returned Thursday
from Dallas.
Miss Kmnia
Tahoka.
Nation Is visiting a
Wr will innke a mmm'1a price oil
Wall l'ttNT for 10 iUy.
Warren llrolliert.
Attention IJlle.
Those wishing their hair combings
. .wiiiheH see Mrs. II.
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C. Hayter. two blocks to Uheast of U
Central School building. ""P f
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Something n, w In Wall Pier al
AVnrren llrolher.
H. J. Price made a business trip
to Weatherford.
Prof. K. A. Watson made a biml-
ness trip to Hermlelgh and Pyron.
cmSaldng Powdcrj
mal:e$
Fine and Wholesome Biscuit,
Delicious Cake and Pastry
If Jou nei Wall Paper mm'.
Warren ltrither.
Visitors In Snyder are faorably
Impressed with the new crossings.
L. C. Wasson went to i;irari, Tc-
See our KW MK'.ll, view. In
IKST CARPS. t.rn.uim Drug Co
A. Rhode of Ira returned Wed
nesday from a business trip to Dallas.
.,,.,,, ..... I ir. f. i. amun weni to L.uunocK
Misses Maud and Mer e Prvor re-i, , ., . . .
.H .... , , , ' Thursday to see his aged father, who
riled eiincHiliiv frutn i- uiim.. i I '
iiirueq veinesiiay rrom visiting at
Hale Center.
Mrs. (5.
Post City.
W. Iirown is visiting at
It is said that Snyder Is to have
two new groiery stores, a new gen
eral merchandise store and two new
garages.
Wr nil make a pe i Price on
Wall paper for 10 Iji.
Warren llriillieix.
Mrs. Mary Schell of Seminole ar
rive,! h. re Wednesday to visit her
parents. Mr and Mrs. G. C. lluclmn-
an.
is critically 111. Tom Jias been farm
Ing this year in Mitchell county, but
will get back to teaching school. He
will teach tho school at Cuthbert.
The Phllathea Class of Itaptlst
church will sell pies, cakes, chicken
and home-made candy at Snyder Gro
cery Company. Saturday, September
6th, between 10 and 3 o'clock.
Notice.
I will crush feed at my coal and 1
wood yard next Thursday, September
11th, only. ' JIM DAWSON.
Miss Fonnle nass lost one Came,'
LnValliere. Finder return to Te
phone office and
ward.
receive liberal
IIKAVY ISINDF.K MACHINF.
4 Or urr gallon 10 renin per uar..
. Ornyuin Drug Co I
The examining board Is In sess
tind several applicants for tenchp 1
certificates will be here today and i
morrow. f '
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Post Master Claud Wesnitt was
her Wednesday from Dunn.
If )nu iii-i Wall l'HT Ser,
Warren I In. I hers.
No Alum
No Lime Phosphate
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Something new in Wall l"er at.
Warren Profiler.
Ne papers have a rule to publish
no communications unless they know
who writes them, so if Joe and Dick
will come across with their identity,
their nice rorretpondence w ill receive
attention.
Mrs. George Harris t ok her sen to
Post City Thursday to have him op
erated upon for adenoid.
Jut rwlvcit. our NKW lnsT
I'AltDS with Nnydi-r Scene.
(iri)um Drug Co.
Miss Jisle V rk anil her brother,
Jre York, left Tli:iriay for Canyon
wher they will attend the NVrmal
t( l.iMil.
M. K MeshiiiKT ha been away for
nie time at Kl Paso and Will Mr.
Claim I filling the position of Kx
pres agent and doing It nicely. Wai
ter ShHcr from NVw Mi.o Is driv
ing the wagnn.
a ll fit
Jou Willi Spntaelrv
Warren llrothrr.
Are Your Children Attending
School?
and have they the nee;,sary
Hooks, Pads, Pencils, Copy
Hooks, Slates, Pencil Sharp
eners School Strar.s Lunch
Hoxcs, Pencil and Pen Tab-
lets. If not you will
everything in the way
school books and supplies i
general at this store, always
at the lowest flguref.
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Free Delivery
Phone 37
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