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All Coats, Coat Suits, Silk and Wool Dresses go at a Big: Reduction in price. We are going:
and cut them deep on the largest and best assortment of Ready to Wear we have ever had. We arc going to put a price on every garment that will move them quickly. Our stock is too large and it must go befoie Christmas at a saving in price to ybu. Below we quote you a few prices. 98.50 79.50 62.50 45.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 25.00 Time and space will not permit quoting prices on all garments. Come see for yourself and make your selec tions before they are picked over. Beginning Saturday, December 6th At J i ' Just received crood stock labor puoni.n SOLVED BY I'l'S Motor Car Carrie Ton I'ossengcrs Dally Over Desert to Potash Plelds II.. 1 ' . l.itml.HuUAU Ilu sinew Value of Automobile Motor cars are not only assisting In the solution of transportation dif ficulties where there are no railroads and where rouds are short of haul ing equipment, but are also making themselves an important factor la Bolving the labor problems of lar:e employers. The great potash fields of .Soarla Lake, in the alkali region of South eastern pallfornlu, are difficult of access because of their remoteness and the lack of adequate railway fa cilities. Consequently the labor , rMqomn. fires. Couri SPECIAL SALE Ladies Coats Coat at Coat at Coat at Coat at Coat at Coat at Coat at Coat at 79.50 62.50 48.75 34.50 29.75 26.50 23.50 19 75 . problem always has been more or i jP!s troublesome 'to the potash In dustry. T hemtoor car was once suggested as a mc.ins of transpor.a tlon for laborers from Los Angeles. Searles Lake, but the thought of the terrible roads through the des ert region promptly dissuaded any one inclined toward the experiment. The Idea persisted, however, and ultimately proved Itself not only feasible but profitable. Today, W. H. Hagun makes it his business. Hi drives the 190 miles rrom Los An geles to Searles Lake, through thu desert roads between Lancaster, Ho rosolvay and Trona, every day. With him on every trip po ten passengers, and the trip Is made in seven hours and a half, despite the rough ronds. An idearof thloefelAofrr lossshrdl from Mr. Hrgnns' statement that '2500 miles is the limit for tho best ma gxvncn signal, swdlu, Coat 89.25 85.00 79.50 65.00 55.10 47.50 40.00 30.00 25.00 Suits tit Suits at Suits at Suits at Suits at Suits at Suits nt Suits at Suit at MATTHEW.. The Quality Shop of Eastman Kodaks. cord tires, and this on a car known to plve the maximum in tire mile age." "My experiment is more than suc cessful, " said Hagans. "I have al ready made 11,000 miles over this routo with one, car and am Just Blurting. When 1 chose a Dodge lirothers motor car for this work 1 knew I was t'oIu to imj-oso ou if a task far beyond Its intended ca; a cltles. What 1 wanted wu.i rtliebk performance )vith low Initial cost. '.ought motor equipment thHt is oivllnarily thought of firat for this heavy hauling, would have cost me from three to seven thous and dollars. '.My Doi'ge Brothers ear, even with its special body, cost only $1700. Today the ointor Is running perfectly and my repair costs for these first five months have NEW SHIPMENT F I o r s h e im7s Shoes. "For the Man Who Cares." See them at 6jk s Service " texas, piuday, ikc. o, 1,019. Suits 68.50 65.00 62.50 49.75 38.50 36.75 29.50 23.50 19.75 been practically nothing. "I thoroughly believe In a more general use of the motor car for for business purposes. Many people seem to have the idea that car are built only to ine for pleasure. Let them jny us a visit out in the d'-seil on th roads to the potash fields, and they will gt a different Idea of what :he word 'utility' emans." 25 Oil Sown Mt. I'leasaiK, waiting ft Stanton, Riley No. 1, waitln;: la fuel. ; Sr.ydet (Ml Assr-iatioi will No. !, drilling. The Uoren well at Justicfcbur6 gasslng at between 600 and 700 ft. D. R. Bright and J. D. Sniallwoo.1 were substantial callers at the Sig nal ulmn Thursday I SIlflUlTflPi bout th rxi.'Pcui u!tr t of oor pir.iu.. W ioa't H C whet th ):h tr.T r, (ft ar e.;"!T J t.i v.:m U ' ' t t'j yuic atU,er.lin. U t cur.X wt'A ull yo' to f" frrky. ri Let Ih Convince You k my Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses , Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses 67.50 52.50 47.50 37.50 35.00 32.50 30 00 25.00 H (?. TOWTE Now, herd's one tiling fcljAys my cats. A Spring-time tonic op my ders ! WE KvfrAells believe in paying a lot of attention to our children's health, especially in the springtime when there are a lot of disease germs ooking for their youth ful quarry. T h e r e'u Nothing like being fore warned. "A tonic in time saves mine." Eclrls Drug Co. Snyder, Texas Pl.o :e 3:1 Lame buck may come from over Uoik. cold tet'lif I, the mu:lclen of the back, or from disease. In (He two former cases the right rem edy is UALIiARU'S VSNOW LINI MENT. It should be rubbed In thoroughly over the affected part, the relief 7,111 be prompt and satls faa'ory. Fold by Ur.iyum Drug Co. Misa Peorl Bfldgenian of Cisco Is here to visit her brothers, Pete and Jim Brldgeman. to cut the -prices, 49.75 38,50 36.35 28.50 26.50 24.75 23.50 19.75 JEWELER x Kathrr Ditl in ..MiswHil Mrs. Oliver McElyea received a message Wednesday saying her fath er, Mr. J. W. Overshlner, died Tues day flight lu Jlssourt . His fnu. as et Valley View but he had gone to the oKl home la Missouri on a visit and contracted pnfuuionU from which he died. He was fh father of Judge Overshiner of Abi lene. Mn. McLlyen has been waiting t learn ir ho will be burid l-t MlkKouii or brought to Vally Mo She has expected to attend tr f funeral is to be ut his Texas horn- Forty V-rni ( "cm ton Taitles'who know themselves to be indebted to O. L. Wllkirson Lum ber Company, either on account or note will please call and settle, as we are in need of the money to pay our debts. , 26 O. L. Wllkirson Lum. Co, ! - - 1 M "-atid acatroP Cbaso 8 Sanborn's coffee" & ntSjl Don to ItoL'tl Cocoanuts, Appls. Orancres, (all "kinds of nuts, Candied Cherries, C.a n d i e d .Pineapples, D atcs, iRaisins and etc. Higginbotham Bros. & Co.