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. ' " f i W t ' III J. A. Eubank Scurry County A small list of real values which we are enabled to offer Farms 502 acres all patented, 250 acres in cultivation. 3 sets of good improvements houses, freshly painted and papered; windmills, shod, burns, lots, small orchard, etc. All fenced and crossed fenc ed with a 4 wire fence. 160 acres more tillable. Soil bluck sandy loam. About 12 miles to Snyder. One mile to small town. PRICE 925.00 PER ACRE, 1-2 CASH. TIME ON HALANCE. 320 acres west of Snyder. 125 acres lu cultivation; two, 2 room houses, all fenced. Not over 40 acres waste land on entire 320. Near good school. THIS IS A HARGAIN AT OUR PRICE $18.00 PER ACRE. 600 acres 14 miles S. W. Snydor, 300 la cultivation. Sets extra Rood Improvements. All fenced and crowed fenced. Good grass and water. Sandy soil. PRICE 125.00 PER ACRE. 1-2 DOWN BALANCE TO SUIT PURCHASER. 450 acres, 7 miles west Snyder, 80 acres cultivation, good 4 room houso, well, and wind mill, two tanks, 2 Sots, feed troughs, plenty grass, fenced and crossed fen cod. PRICE $ 16.50. TERMS TO SUIT. 240 ACRES 2 1-2 MILES SOUTH SNYDER. FENCED. NO IMPROVEMENTS. PRICE $20.00 PER ACRE. This is only a portlal list. We can show you others of equal value In other portions of the to those who contemplate buying a farm City Property 1 6-room house, lot 150x150, barn. Wont fr'nyder. Price $1,500. Terms. 1 6-room house. Lot 150x150, one block church. Price $1,000, cash. 1 5-room house. Lot 150x150, good barn, etc., Price $2500, cash. 1 6-room house Lot 150x150, garage, garden etc., Well Improved. Price $2500. 1 3-rooms houso, small barn. S. E. Snyder. Price $4 00.. 1 business building. 30x100. Rents by month. Price $3509, WE HAVE OTHERS BUT NO MORE SPACE IN PAPER. Leases county. 640 acres, 31-2 miles N. of well drilling, 5 years. 88 Form, price $3 per acre. 220 acres 6 1-2 miles S. W. of well drilling, 5 years. 8S Form, price $2.25 per acre. About 3 V4 miles N. W. Location . 70 acre about 3 1-2 miles N. W. well drilling. 5 years. 88 Form, price $2.50 per acre. 320 acres about 3 1-2 miles N. well drilling. 5 year.s 88 Form, price $1.25 per acre. We solicit your business on a basis f mutual profit. Eubank We solicit your business on a basis of mutual profit. Office in rear of First State Bank & Trust Company and Dodson ffilue &ttturr Signal Bmkmcttrtion 11.60 per jer ta Adr, fUUKBY A CHAMBXjBM, Eatr4 It th poctofflc at Bny tar, Texas, as con i class mall mat- ' Oil advertising 25c per Inch for "display space and 10c a line for readers. Cash must accompany all orders. Snyder, Texas, October :tl, 11M1. Card of Thakns We wish to express our nppreacla tion for the many beautiful flowers and kindness shown during the ill ness and death of our loved one. Mrs. J. VV. Root he Mrs. E. J. Tindall 21pl Mrs. G. A. Vaughan Mr. J. W. McCarty of Dallas, an expert watch maker Is now with the If. G. Towle jewelry houso and will fix your watch or clock for you while you wait. John L. Green came in Saturday from Eastland to visit his family for two or three days. He has a posi tion in the post office In that cele brated oil town. Rillie Wilsford has purchased the Mrs. Beulah McCIellan place on the West Side in the Colonial Hill addi tion and will take possession at once. Consideration $800. I have some young horses strayed off from my pasture. Light greys and light blues. Anyone knowing of thetfr wherea-liuts please notify me. 2 Op D. I). DANIELS Croup. If your children are subject to croup gut a bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remody, and when the attack comes un be careful to follow the printed directions. You will bo surprised at th quick relief which it affords. i .i ' . i 1 i SohJ HnJU Liberty Pattern Silver The Silverplated Knife that Can't Wear Black i Like All Others Must on J Do ; also made in Forks, Spoons and Fancy Pieces See Our Window Display? H. G. Towle Jeweler Hollo HuJU I Guarantee To serve the best meals in town regard less of price or money refunded. Price 50 cents Our beds will jive the some first class satisfaction as our meal as to cleanliness and comfort Price 50 cents We are making a special effort to accommodate farmers while they are in town with their cotton. Give us a visit next time you are in town and our ser vice will bring you back again. HOTEL SNYDER V. J. Gideon, Proprietor Notice of Interest to You We have now about completed our mill-house, Joined to our store build ing on west end, size 40x50 and have Installed ready to serve you a 20" Burr grist mill that we hope to bo able to grind your corn and make you meal that will be superior to any thing shipped in. y We also have Installed and ready to serve you a crusher that we enn crush your maiza either In the head shelled, all if which is now ready to serve you. Charges for crushing, 30c per hundred, for grinding corn we will charge you one-sixth as we under stand this is the old custom. These mills will bo run by elec tric motor and we hope to be able to serve you any time you see fit .o come to mill. We also have also have contract ed and hope to have same ready for service by Jan. 1, 1920 a twenty-five barrel per day midget flour mill. This mill is highly recommended by everyone that knows the grade of flower they put out. They are guar anteed to make flour equal to any mill. It has all of the attachments that the largest aid up-to-date mills have, such as culling the wheat. scouring the grain, discarding all bad faulty grains, bleaching the flour. All of which will compete with any and all mills now in service. Now In order to prove to you we especially request for you to give us trial either now on the mills In stalled or the flour mill when in stalled, to prove to you what we have said. We are also planning on buying wheat and shelled corn afil(r Dec. 10th. t will take us fully this time to arrange for storage for same, nnd we hope to be able to pay market price for good milling corn nnd wheat, anil to help yourself nnd ran and this interprise. we urge nnil re quest of each farmer to sow as much as ten acres or more of wheat, and plant sufficient corn next year to raise nil of our bread at home, and would sucgest further not to seek aff-r an excuse, by saving that you haven't land sufficient or It is not a paying proposition. I would suggest to sow in your cotton stalks by hand with cultivator or row drill, which you will agree yoar cotton land Is the best far small grain, and allow your stalks to stand In the spring rooted, you will find these stalks will protect your grain from sand storm, freezes and protection In many other ways. V want to bnln to plan for this community to as self sustaining as much so as same can be. This Is planned t be a permanent fixture. TMs is planned to be a success and a convenience and benefit, I am plan ning on getting grinding from twenty five to fifty miles In every direction from Loralee, and we pe that there will not be a "knock" In this entire ommunlty again? this enterprise. But ene and all will help to build this necessity t the point that we one and all will be benefited. This year and n xt year Is op portune time to ge ready for an other dry out and blow-OHt and also will take the authority of telling you this is the chance of your life to get on a cash basis. If you endorse and wish to ei roiirage the above write me and tarli same. Yours for sueces, W L. EDMfJXDSON CO. Loraine, Texns II. Y. I. t IrogTam. Song, Prayer, Song Scripture Heading. Matt. 3:13-17, Errol Taylor. Introduction, Fannie Glen. Conversion must take place before Haptlsm, Kutb Hosser. Baptism is an act of obedience, Clarabelle Clark. Baptism pleases our heavenly Fatn er, Lucy Bartlett. Immersion the only mode of bap tism, Mattie Koss Cunningham. All converts should be baptized, Gertrude. leader's Ten Minutes. b Song, Prayer. Mrs. W. W. Gross has accepted a position with Higginbotham Bros & Co. Kvpi-otNlon of (inwJtuile To our friends and neighbors. Permit us In this way to thank you for your kind attention and as sistance extended to us and our dear mother during her illness and for the deeds and expressions of sympathy in her death. It Is a solace to know that we had your sympathy in our grief. May God sustain you In His Grace at such times of grief come to you. MISS MINNIE CHAPMAN. Brothers and Sisters'. Olin Hardy of the Sante Fo CUim department at Amarillo was here for throe hours Sunday morning. He came down to bring Olin, Jr.. for a visit with his graudpareiits. Photographs For Holiday Gifts We have the most complete and attractive line of folders and mounts ever offered. High Grade Portraiture is our Specialty. How many people can you think of right now who would like to have your photograph, and how long since the last one was taken? We also do Copying, Enlarging and Kodak finishing Make An Appotntmont Karly For a Sitting Higginbothams Studio North Kirst National !iank. T. W. Crenshaw of the Camp Springs region drove in Wednesday and renewed for the Simal and Pal las News. The L. & H. Economy store have a new and attractive electric sign in their show window. Mr. B W. Hudgens who has been here with her mother, Krs. H. C. ... , . . . . . .11 hum, in l:ill:l4 Mm. llSTirr wt-ui with her and will probably upend the winter there. Uii Lou Curnutte entertained a few of her friends one evening this week at the Curnutte home south of town. It was reported at noon Thursday that the coal strike was Inevitable. Mayor W. W. Echols made a busi nen trip to Pallas this w(ok. Ik I rpHE possession of a Chevrolet model "FB 50" Touring Car is an endur ing investment in satisfaction. Built into it Li an economy of operation and a certainty of service which is charac teristic of Chevrolet products every where. Its additional refinements of appointments, comfort and appear ance distinguish it readily as a car of unusually low price for its va'ut. J. W. Couch SNYDEB, TEXAS. O. I. Wilcox is h'-re from Sherman arranging for Improvements at the light plant. Chevrolet "FB CO" Tourinff Car. $11 85, f. o. I. Flint, Mich. .1.,.