-r. " j 1o'ltlor ha caused n
iinustifli conauitms. anu . .r; r . " o
the most radical price reductions m this great
most raaitai putc . i
on Women's Suits
Two Extra Special
A large assortment of styles In new
fall models. All wool fabrics In the most
popular weaves and wide range of desira
ble colors. Not a suit in the lot worth
less than 515.00 and many that were
$16.50 to $18.00.
On Sale ai the Emergency
handsome collection of stylish mod
els that were marked to sell at $25,00 to
?30.00. Now !n the
Emergency sale at $16.50
Your choice of any
Ladies' Suit for $19.85
Some extra special values are in
cluded in this selection of fur sets and
single pieces. Every set will o at greatly
reduced prices and
This Sale enables you to makf n
handsome Christmas gift at a very w
cost to you.
A fine set of white Iceland fox worth
$20.00 now for
A fine set white Iceland fox worth
$15.00, now for
A fine set Red f jx worth easy $25. 00
you can get it now for
A finer set red fox and longer mark
ed to sell at $35.00, now for
Many, Many, others too numerous
to mention at $8.50 to $12.50 per set.
do'i't fail to see them before you select
your Christmas gift.
i ! '' :
Entire Stock of Wo
men's Coats at
Coat values that reach the limit of
price cutting are to be found in this big
Any 25.00 Coat for $18.75
Any 20.00 Coat for $14.85
Any 15.00 Coat for $11.85
Any 12.50 Coat for - $9.85
Ladies1 Coats as low as $3.75
Misses Coats reduced in
Childrens coais as low as 1,50
Space forbids any more prices here
now, but come and se for yourself.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Prosperous New Year.
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(Ti'iii's ovyi i:sts.
Ct.unty Clerk Skinner did a rush
ing business In tho marrlape llcciiFe
line Wcdn.-K.lay h Ih hhowu In tli
W. IV Amol.J and Mlt Kula-
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t'lTY t tH NCII. MKT
LAST MONDAY MtitlT
The t'lty fowiull nu't In rt-Kiilar
B.'Rl(in Munduy nlulit. ITi-hciiI: May
or Notilo. Secretary Maker, Aldermen
Maxwell. Itolln. Monroe. Curmitte
and Klrkas. City Marshal Wolfe.
The followliiK aecounta were al
lowed: Iti nera CaKstevt-nea, $1.15.
J. K. Ilanmey. $9 -.
J. W. (Ireen, $77.25.
n ordlnan.e wan Lnaited to pro
hibit the KhiMitlng of fire works with
in the fire limit. The ordinaine ap
peara in another column of thin paper.
L. Crowder win h'-re Inst nlsht.
Tilmon P. Perkltm. Kaq. I vIhIHiik
at Palo Pinto.
MI ST II AVI
savs Mil. siiions
Our old time lernlelch friend U.
K. SlddoiiH, who la now ruahler or
the KarmerH' State Hank at Mrandon
ttendH the Signal a rhetk to move hla
date up a year In advance and ay:
"liesure to wnd the SIriibI thlaweek
and henco forward."
Kur Ke-(;liiw anil . Sic-tc)e.
Km H. Tovle. K)e trotMl frM.
Supt. JohnHon of tho Sweetwater
Schools was a vlnltor at the Teachers"
;KAMKST AM) BKST PAPKIl
Jlere Is the Kind of expresHlon that
makes a newspaper man feel like life
Is worth llvltiK. Mr. August Stahl Ih
one of Scurry County's most solid
citizens and In" sending renewal for
the Signal' he says: "I am sending
you a check. Hope It will find every
thing alright and put me In gcod
standing with the grandest and best
paper in Scurry county."
llrother Stahl gets credit a year
In advance and holds a warm corner
In the Signal's affections.
Tim Slcnal acknowledges receipt
of a postal card from the Snyder
National Hank, presenting us with a
handsome new calendar for the year
1!U4. This little token Of friendship,
Is accepted with thanks and we wish
for that Institution many happy new
HiiukrV Cut and Kngraveit .lum
at II. i. Towle.
Manager Grantham Ns enjoying a
nice patronage at the Opera House
picture show and is giving the peo
ple a program of high class pictures
every night. Snyder should support
one picture show well and no doubt
will do It. The enterprise deserves
a liberal patronage.
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Don't forget to renew for the Sig,
MIrs Ode lireeden of llermlelgh
Is the gm st of Mrs. F. K. Jolly and
attending the Teachers' Institute.
The iiaiiie XOHKIS on package
of Cmidy iiiemiH the ItKST.
t.KAYl M Dltl'f
Pete Ilrady. president of the First
State Hank and Trust Company has
returned from a vlsft over In Stone
Don't pay 1.00 for a Box of
Stock Powders when you can buy
Senaca for 75 centa. As large pack
ages an gdet a 40c buggy whip free.
Did you pet yours.
C. NATION &. SON.
Phone 181 'v
Mrs. Koland Wood haB our thanks
for cash on subscription.'
mil mmiiiii imhwih WiililH'i iinmiaipan Liiinimim. ill, Jiui.l.,M-f
Are You Going to Spend
Christmas With the
Old Folks At Home!
f o AH Points in Texas:
ON SA I.K DKCKMUKK 20. 21, 22,
iil, 24. 2.V 2(1. 31. ami Jan. I.lm
llnl January Will for Murs x
FARE AND ONE-THIRD
HOLIDAY GOODS-Assortment Wow Complete
To Points in Other States:
0 KAI.K IK KMHKIt . 21. and
22, liniitnt antil January lMlh for
ninrn, ( relucetl rrntm.
Call For Further Information, o
I'liiinge in Teaching Fore
Miss Datsy Ilrady who has had
charge of the primary department of
the Central s hool tfor more than
ten years has tendered her resigna
tion. The tx.ard accepted It ana
elected MIks Nannie Hall to take
charge of the work. M'sa Brady held
the highest confidence of her patrens
and pupils and all regret to give her
up. Mlsa Hall had charge of the 6th
grade where she has ihown her abil
ity to do her work well. She has had
training In North Texas Normal Col
lege and Kastern Schools In primary
work and has been very successful
as a teacher In the primary depart
ment. It is to be hoped that, the
patrons mill co-operate with' her and
help ber succeed Mrs. Clyde Miller
a graduate of Snyder High School.
takes the th grade work. Mrs.
Miller Is amply fitted both by nature
and training for the work and we
predict for her greatest success.
Miss Ina Oxford who has been
teaching music here since September
doesn't expect to return to Snyder
after the holidays. She and her fa
ther have been advised that this cli
mate is not good for her and she will
go to Ccrpus Chrlstl for the winter.
Mrs. Walter Wasson has return-
Mrs. II. C. Adams and Mrs. M. E.
Know Is of Dermott were guests at
the Manhattan last night.
N. T. Ford who has Imm-ii living
near llermlelgh the past year has
moved back on Itoute 3 and railed
In Wednesday ai'd renewed for the
ed from a visit with relative at
I'valde and San Antonio. She was
accompanied by her nelce Tennle Pat-1
tcrson. who will make a short visit
here and then spend the winter with
her auut at Odessa.
n. L. Date, of Snyder. Texas la vls-(
Itlng at the home of his sister, Mrs.
J. I. Suits, this week. Mr. Date says
he is well pleased with our town and
will probably locate here. Roaring
Public Weigher Hooper of lUrni
lelgh spent one day In the county
seat this week.
Our gcod friend (). U Jones has
thanks if the Signal for cash on
KIDS W ATKI
Dr. A. It. Ponton f Post City
spent Thursday nlsht In tliis city.
The Snyder School Hoard will re
selve bids on the entire windmill out
fit at the West Ward Si hool building.
' Itlda should be submitted prior to
jsn. 1, 1S14 and ieft with It. M.
E. H. HAKNKS.
Sec y. Sibcol Hoard.
Klne Hon Kor Kle
Fine Percheron Stallion, years
old. dapple gray, weight about 1500
pounds. One of the best horses In this
country. Shipped from Kansas at
two yean old. Wlil sell this horse for
about one third of first cost and
! guarantee him to be allrlght In ev
ery way. Will sell htm for 600 00
and give time for gnod note.
C. H. HALEY.
Prof. Lee Clark, connected withj
the Department of Education all
Austin was a distinguished visitor In
Snyder Thursday. He la a son of one
of the founders of Add-Ran College.
He Is a worthy son of an honorable
To the Ktocl holder of the First Na
You are hereby notified that the
regular annual meeting of the Stock
holder of the First National Hank off
Snyder, w ill be held at their banking
house on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1914 at
ten o'rlock a. m. This meeting Is f r
the purpose of electing a Hoard of
Dlrectora for the ensuing year a.nd
such other business as shall re
brought before said meeting.
P.ODT. H. CUKNUTTK.
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