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v r ) 1 T t f si V lis o o o o o o 0 c o o -a o - 'xKm MHN I crs New Goods Coming in Saturday & Monday v G O o 0 o o o o o 0 Q 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o 0 o o 10 We will receive by express Saturday and Monday Serges in all colors and prices,. Fur and Marilon Trimmings, Fancy Vesting, Brocaded Velvets and var ious other new things too numerous to mention. Wait for These We are prepared to sell you goods as cheap as can be bought quality always considered. We not only carry a complete line of Ladies Furnishings, but we carry a large line of Men's Wearing Apparel as well. Call on us. liADV ASSUXTKI) IX CHOKIiY COl'XTV NORTH SIDE SQUARE iJUn n I.ockney lloucon: Tuesday afternoon a wlite lady, a fanner's wife, living four miles on IIiIh IhcIo of CrosliyUin, wa8 criminal ly iiHHuiiltiul ly a I rump iihhhIuk thru the country. The luily lay ui n- Ncloiis f.ir several liourH, uml was fr-u ml hy licr husband who camo In fnim Hie field about hk o'clock. The iiHHaiilt occurred about three o'clock In tin- alU i iinoii and the tr.iinp hail about Ihrci. h'niirt start lie ore I he alarm was nlveit. j iuty Sln-tilT Fry was notified lu re Wcdne-ilay ufl'-i ihhiii to look j out fur a man, im lie w a.i kiihi.m tl to J he (in:. in;; this way. At thin urillllKI no trace has In i it f i I i 1 1 of the crlin- j ln.il, but us oflict-rs nver the plains j are cu the lookout I r lilin, hi will : uiiiliin'.ii , iiy be ciiim;!i! before he p-ls . dill ef I he ' nun) t y. i linn About Simla ('lints This Year? ! Cli.'is' n:aH comes but mice ti year, j but by '.lanilitiK only $l.7." lo Mic puli Hsher of 'I'lie Snyder SI;'";. I you will '' W' l.'ili paper a year, or llir. a! week. Thi.t's mime readlu;;, ain't It? (liiod, Instructive, who!, some read-' ItiK, too. Try the combliial Ion. You'll like It. It Is Ihla: Tin Signal 1 ' a year. The Keinl-Wfekly Farm News $1 a year. Tin two well worth $2.00 a year. You Ret tbein both for 11.7.1. IK) IT NOW. STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS Majority of Friends Thought Mr. Hughes WoulJ Die, But One Helped Him to Recovery. OOOOOOOGOO0OC9 The Sanitary O o Music Store BARBER SHOP g I.ocklitirl K Kinu. Props. Q Q Q O HOT AMI COM) MATHS IX CONNKCHOX Xorth Side N(iinii Next door (o Knt;eis& ( aloi'iiN SoiiiIimiM Corner Sillltl". You will find Sheet Music, ItiHtruc itlon Hooks, Musical Instruments, j Fine StriiMs wtnl .Supplied of all kinds. Piano Tuning and Organ Uepalrlng a Specialty. J. D. BOYD IK A INhl.lMiS. -t Mexicans Make Tin-cut. Sumo time ago a squad of .Mexican smugglers were attacked at Carrlzo Springs and one or two of the offi cers were killed. The killers were tried and others will be. A number of Mexicans have notified Coventor Col iiultt that If their countrymen are punlrhcd for tills, the .Mexicans In Texas will make war on the people. Covenior Colquitt replied that the law" of Texas must he enforced and It Ih probable that the Hlciicrs of the threat may be arrested. ItcSlllllI llillS of IEcsM'lt. To the officers and members of Sny der Lodge No. tsfi, I. O. (V F. On Saturday. October 1!, 19U, the spirit of Mrs. Annie Johnson, be loved wife of Itrother (led. V. Jidin Hon, was freed from its earthly tab crnai le and winueil its way back to I be ( iod who Ki e It To her friends ;uic ai' iiiaiiitances, the passim: of this n I '.o'n.iii Is cause r. r I n rTrct, and e-pecially do e, the liiellile Is of Slld'T l.o.lc.e No. I1-."., i 1 1 1 1 lo I'.mi her Jobiison I in lii. i deeii iiirrow, our be.i n I .It svm I I p.i'hi - N'eiili. i- cil.e. words nor hn- ! 'i.lll .;f. II-. I ill relieve t he (!i.-lre-s ' i i lit .1 If I' ,l.-s u.i Le I he by t he i;n.! I v (.,irai inn llill" 'ilie lile's w,i to I ra Is st ill in I he riir ft 0000000003(51)0 j All ll( the war Willi Mexico will lie a utIoiis itll'elr, althouub ( ur nation ; ;.l pride prompts the assurance that I ultimate v Ictoty w ill be ours. Some Special Prices for Limited Time Only: Uulk Coffee. 6 lbs. for .... $1.00 Pcaberry Coffee 5 lbs. for 1.00 IJucket Coffee, regular $1 seller for . .85 Uucket.Coffee regular $1.25 seller for . 1.00 Package Coffee, two for . . . .45 Oats, 25c size for . . .20 3 Cans Salmon for -i5 12 Cans Salmon for '-'O Bucket Jelly, 65c seller for .45 Ducket Jelly, 35c seller for - - - .25 Droketi Rice, 22 lbs. for - - -1.00 Pnncy Head Rice 16 lbs. for - - - 100 Oriole and Owl Flour, per cwt. - - 2.75 We are long on these goods and others and mut move them. Come early while they are in stock. These prices for Cah over the counter. Farmers' Union Store Colli II pickillK Will MIOII be (Her Health is p'oil in ih.- coin in unit (ieorue Corllet visited his paletils at lied UliilT last Saturday. i ii.i n v -h.i.li.w The,., .ti. IM'-. l:l'oiu:li -ii .id ersit all e ho I I. us or--. ) A rd I, -IMS ol llle and w In. I' ll", and hi r ami i: ! I -lie 1,1. n il" : : ii s . 1 I I In. i .- w Im eth.-r for -ii sll i ,ie mi': i: j.. i i r w . 1 I.I . the llill- Ii 11.1 - ifed. C. I. Worth. Nerris is back from Fori A il I'M Hi l.li r out ll' l e broke 111- ( .11 iiii, hail to lie hauled in l.v A I. II. II II. -It I le lin ks sick, bill he i-ll I t c u s ) : i , I'i I lli: ll. i.i: i:';i: i r. i: km:.-'. Ml ; I ! I.et II- T I'I t he o.ll It I- llil ool . - M.a II, I I Hail ..In In W. T l;..K .v . 'V Hor.n I I ii to i: v" in it. i M e llolie Iliad. ti def ill his ( : i; mis. o!l,l.. . I.ll-il.es- l" 111 I l: . i. t : I 4 III M.ni. til.!" TIMKl; oil I .ii ,ii p ' ,-, al. Fr. illtht a I f, t .- 'roil W i irv ( .i ; ii . i i !. a ii. : r. e oi t or d n-t T. ii zi: I'.ile In. TIL S' IS Mr W. II Uaiii:. t:,.- S.tn.J I a substantial call a f w dai- aco an-l ; 1 1 1 1 v ( 1 bis sit bsi ri it ion dale forward Mr. Ramsey made a visit r.ri iiiiv n his old home in Hum county and th. people treated him line. I'd him mi the fat f the land, but tle-v ionl.1 I not win him ba. k from the hi w. -t if II. , all. I In k to i-: iM I i llll I I 1. iuir my f r Itliu kmltliinn mid nil kinds i.f r--ir oik. laxulril ln k -if (irn.viiiii lii-iiic Conipmiv W. IIFIM.F.S Mi) iter. Triw I). F. re. a prominent dtien of tin Amh neighborhood In Sny. der Saturday t rnnii ting bulnoii. Mr. Wr report! the twst crop In hia neighborhood for a'ven jreara. r I.. . a i a 'H . - all ! V- M o u i . i s i I 1 1 "- II .' I-.HS Ida' If do Hll;lil to ni' Inn II in W.I -ii f r a.l kind- of dim C:!M; ro'it a bii.-iin -b.rti Facific. lien asked if i et .irii.'d W. M I.I trip over ell the Si II He e.id-il answ.-r In- wetll over there ! -1st C ..K tin ill ml - - mi Silt.---- c r Kna i In titral strike The Soul hern I'.u I ' le .-ttl.-il M ml. iv tdrouUi f libor t'l'imi :--ioiu r .11 train s h.-dule- were -t l ike W IS ; the efforts Kn.iop and I r-t'ird Pomcroylon, Ky. In intcrcslitip; ad vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hitches wrilcs as follows: "I was down with stomach trouble for live (rj years, and would have sick ticnd.ichc so bad, at times, that I thought si, rely I would die. I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do nic any f ood. I (jot so bad, I could not cat or sleep, and all my friends, except one, thought I would die. He advised me to try Thcdford's Black-Draught, and quit Inking otticr medicines. I decided to lake his advice, altliouch I did not have any confidence In it. I have now been taking Black-Draut'ht for three tnoiilhs, and it has cured me haven't had those awfiti sick headache since I began usinj; it. I am so thankful fcr what Black Draught has done for nte." Thcdford's Black-Draught has been found a very valuable medicine for de rangements ot the stomach and liver. It is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should be kept in every family chest. Get a package today. H... ' Only a quarter. ' OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO& 2 ' SELLING COLORADO COAL ,rr O - - -1 ' . o q Is Ilie wny we mute our reputation of t lie Itcst for q Q ltJit money" (imlity ('onsideretl. q O Blacksmith Shop In Connection. q o MM. T. Baze & Son S 2 Telephone 2iV2 for Prompt Service oooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o D. P. STRAYHORN 2 All kinds of Leather Goods. Fine o g line of Buggy Whips and Lap g g Robes g o - - q Hast Siilo S.uan. Sncffssor.s to Slinison Itrns. q 0000000300000(9000000000000 Snyder Transfer Co.: JIIYl ELLIS Nzr. t BUS AlIfCTS all trains Special Attention given to baggage, Your business X Solicited. Phone 164 Phone ill calls for the Saute Fe morning train the Diglit before. Residence Phone 71 O ) Q Q O o o C9 WINTER FULL it (, . Wini. r I'll of tin- l c Jim Dawson o o o o o ii o o o c c -2 o s 9 e o c C' o o o o o o 3 Miinbotliam Harris & Co. Dealers in Lumber, W ire, Pcts, Paints and Oils, I Screen Doors, Wire Cloth Snyder, Texas K-t- I our 10c mountain A i-iiina Miiuir. ;. Win I', .itn "i i .i-I'i' T. -liislri. t Siin t iii!.-ii l, -tit i'f Mif-.-inns f.-r tl"- Clinti.in .l.ui.l-. .in ariir.-. u'. .1 i-.it. r in Sn r I mm Saturil.o till .Moti.l.O M.' r. m Ii ,-, at l-'irM ciirNtirfii (litirili Sun.l.i inor iii iik ami ii i : t-1 f,.r. t'littie ami "il:r ist . J-tf llurtcii-I.lnco ("o. - j II M l!la k.iri) a in Sattir.l i W ri 1 1 .--rl youni! H-(.jilf M-,re I trmn Koiit oni llfrr.iMkh mkI m.-v-mil drivln Sunday evening they had j I ni date up a n,.t. Ii. lie nay that ,i btiCKT rolliHlnn at the turn of the , lie and hi nine yar Id Loy made 2 n 'iil.i. a ;.-.(. I-t i.f :i utroiK i'f M -i.-ati ( '.'iit It lit Inti.i's ran u.i i Juar. z .ui ; .i.-. ial train. Tlie I Fed. Till parrl.-.ii t liere hud Jieeti e il.ititi: r. it, fun i incut - iitid mistook ti e n l Is ii.r a friendly for. e. Thejr Ki:- rt better until Villa's men ip ( ii'-d fire on tliem and ihe f.irt as iaptiire.1 l.y the rebels a'ter a h'( tight. read on Hrldce St. Minn V. MrClaun wan thin out and ronplderahly hurt. None of the other nere lujur-ed. hale of cotton thin tear. H. M. at. tur pot ,1 old friend A. f. llerrt-n checked the dneedinK personality of the Signal nian the other day and he expected to move back to Snyder I dr i ped to his. American plunks In- In a nit.nth or so. and will be sltbjto the editorial paw. Such men are tLe IHarkard Uros. s'ore. j ri.'itled to the good thinps la life.