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TUB 8NYD1R SliNAL, BNTBEX, T EXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1911.
mm S0ME1EVERY DAY PRICES GALLON FHU1T Gallon niackborrlea fl.15 Gallon Aprlcoti 86c Galoln Peaches ' 80c Gallon Apples 60c Gallon Red Pitted. Cherrlea $1.76 COFFEE Good Coffee . . . Arbuckle Maxwell House Schillings . ... St. Charles . . IS 2-Se . 26c $1.20 $1.25 $1.60 Macnronl 3 for 25c Speggettl, 3 for 25c Vermicelli, 3 for 25c Quaker Macaroni 15c FRKHII VEGETABLES Fresh Tomatoes 22c California lettuce : 16c California Celery 16c Strawberries 28c Large size Grape Fruit 15c BEANS Pinto Beans -Red Beans . Lima Beans Rice , 7V4c . . 9c . 10c . . 8c SALT Shaker, 2 for 25c 3 pound sack, 10c Plain Block r 70c Sulphurized Block 80c 100 pounds stock salt $1.15 This salt must more by the first. Compare these prices with what you have Been paying and see if it don't pay to trade with us. All city orders delivered promptly. Brine: your hens in while they are high. J. E. ETHER'S CASH GROCERY SELLS FOR LESS KTIXSON DRUG OO ICB CK "ENS PARLOR We Got 'Em. Fresh Srawberry Sundae at the Palace of Sweets. Saturday and Monday are Real $1.00 Bargain Days. Caton-Dodson Pry Goods Co. 41 Abe Rogers himself, siring the tame perfect fits and at a little less cost In tailored to measure suits, with. Model Tailors, basement First State Bank. Thone 60, Cleaning and pressing. Onion sets 25c a gallon at Higgln botham Bros A Co. A good line of musical goods at A. P. Morris.' Fishing Tackle, all kinds at'Hig glnbotbara Bros Co. From St'elcy, California. 'March 18, 1921. Curry and Bell. Find enclosed two dollars and fifty cents, for which send me the Signal and Dallas News., and oblige, J. F. LUALLEN, Seeley, California. Your oil store made to work good as new A. P. Morris. Occasionally there con es time In erery ones life when the regular hum drum of erery day business cares and anxieties are forgotten for that of pleaaure and recreation. There came such a time to the Sig nal force last Friday erening when the affable Mr. Xecley of the fitln son Drug Co., Inrlted us orer to open the "opening" of their elaborate Ice Cream Parlor. Of course we were not expected to, neither did we make a speech, but we opened It and In one instance we did Justice to the occasion, that of devouring the deli cious ice cream set before us, which was expertly prepared and in which our apprtltes responded rigorously. The decorations which were fash ioned by Mr. Neeley were exquisitely designed and gave one a feeling of ease and comfort. tMiss Dora May Johnson, served, and' she did it in a delightful and pleasing manner. Ben A. Waskom, assisted and kept the phonograph in tone, While Frank Squyree was the expert dispenser of the occasion. Lee 'and Joe were there with a happy smile and welcome when you entered. Ereryone enjoyed the dell clous ice cream as well as a social good time. The Signal force hopes that the Stinson Drug Co. will have another opening. See our ad for a few of our $1.00 Bargains. Caton-Dodson Dry Goods Co. 41 We can take your old $10.00 violin and put a $100 tone in it, by our system of graduation. A. P. Morris. If you don't believe the Ray will do what we say it will, ask the man who has one. The Cash Garage. We Got 'Em. Fresh Srawberry Sundae at Palace of Sweets. the 1 Spring amid Hastier Display off I dls Corticelli Taffeta M 1 tf torn DRESS SILKS NEVER has there been a Spring season that has offered more pleasing shades and patterns in piece goodsfor the summer ward robe. Our Piece Goods de partment is overflowing in dainty materials for spring and summer wear. This Spring opens with wonderful values; a dollar is worth its full value in this department. ..mm Service Taffeta V CORTICKLLI Dress Silks See Our Beautiful Values ia fiforgrttc, Orrpe le liene, rolls, Tinniie Glnitlinui, Organdie and la ww During Easter Week We hare a new shipment of Hata and onr Milliner)' Dept. in now nhow. lng the latent in spring rrfwr. Special low price will prevail daring this week to move this wonderfal stork. In Our Shoe Dept. You will find the latest in , Spring Footwear Oxfords and Pumps in black and brown kid, in military and Baby Lewis heel. Also n nice line of Satin Pump. Grocery Specials Sugar 10 It) $1.00 .No. 2t Svi4 t Potato-, can 2r 1 gal apples, per gal SAc Tall Kulmon, ran 10c iS os. Sardine, 3 for AOr 4 U ox S:irdin'a 2 for SMc Irlxh Potatoes por pound 3c Swifts White laundry soap 4 for Mc Oalrctte Laundry soap 4 for CCle Drink Coffee? Get the Best. Morning Cup CLASSIFIED ADS Want Ads Brinp; Results 10c a line each issue-40c minimum price. No Classified Ads Charged. It's Cash FOR SALE Mr place on the wast aide. T. J. Thorn peon. 42p FARM FOR RENT Close in. A. C. Wllmeta. 41 MILCH COWS FOR SALEJ 10 Jer sey milch cows, all fresh, f 126 each, half cash. W. C. Brooks, 3 miles northwest Santa Fa depot. 4ttfc FOR SALE One pony, a good strong buggy and harness, $80.00 for outfit. Money or good note. See W. L. Moore at T. T. Smith place north east of towa 42p FOR SALE First Class 1919 Me- ane Cotton Seed. Price $1.60 per bushel. Jim Dawson. 3$tf FOR SALE 4 cultivators, 4 planters 2 middle bustars, 1 section barrow, 3 wagons, 110 bashels seed oata all good as new only been used one season. Come see 9 miles east of Snyder on the- Fratag farm. Phone No. 9043F2W rings. S. V. Booths, also will sell 12 goof mules and har ness. 36tfc. FOR SALE By April 1st, tomato plants four different rarietfes, 60c per 100, $4,00 per 1000, R. M. Mc Glnnls, Phone 10$. 42p. FOR SALE S. C. Rkode Island Red Eggs. Satisfaction guaranteed. $1.00 for 15. W. R. Bell. FOR'saLE Residence lots with wa ter, gas, electric lights and pared streets. These are the nearest lota now being offered to both the high school and the new Methodist college site in Abilene. Write me for full details. O. W. Cilley, P. O. Box 608, Abilene, Texas. 44 FOR SALE White Plymouthrock eggs, $1.50 per getting c 15. These eggs are from thoroughbred roosters recently from Oklahoma. Mrs. W. R. Wren, at Geo. Epply place. 42 FOR BALE Durnngo Long Staple Cotton Seed for sale, $2.00 per bu. 1 1-4 inch staple, brings 5c to 10c premiums orer other cotton. John S. Irwin, Snyder, Texas. 42p FOR RENT Farm and residence. A. C. Wilmeth. lp S. C. RHODE ISLAND RED eggs for hatching, $1 per 15. Mrs. J. W. Sanders, Dermott, Texas. 41p FOR SALE Brown Leghorn eggs. $'.00 per setting. Can send them to you prepaid. O. J. Singleton, Sny der, Texas, Rout 3, 4 0tf. Xucky Tiger mn SomJm a r t 1 Positively eradicates " dandruff curicta Biataooa aeilpa itopa fllln bmu pnxnowa luxuriant jrowui-ioui iuu, beauty, bxalth action Imnicdiata and I certain. Money-Emck GuaratitM. ujerr Tii.ts ca.. u citr. . What's On at The COZY TONIGHT FINAL EPISODE "King of the Circus." and Blanche Sweet in ' Deadlier Sex." TOMORROW Last c hapter King of the Circus, at 2 p. ni. only. Night show 7 p. m. Constance Bcnnic In "Something Different,'' and Fox News Reel. MONDAY "The Land of Jazz, by Eileen Percy. Mutt and Jeff and Fox News. TUESDAY (Matinee 3 p. m.) "Hifihor Law," by Ralph Ince. Just suppose that YOU. Mr Man. had received word that your mother was ill, dying per haps. Permission to visit ! er was refused you and to go without it meant death. What wouM you do? In the latfst Stlznick I ict ure. "The Highest Law," at the. Capitol Theatre tomorrow one man is called upon to face this problem. Itt will grip you with Its dramatic intensity. OLD SOLL'lERS admitted FREE. WEDNESDAY "What Womeu Want," and Joe Marin Comedy. THURSDAY "Forbidden Valley." by Bruce Gordon and May McAvoy. di recol hy J. Stewart Blackton. "Heaulfully Simple and Pimply I'ca.iti.'ul " sjys Ah!en So lcew Uk famous critic. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Zane Grey's I'. P. Trail. Kpcrliil lrk-ea Irerail on all Coat SttiU. New (ioofla, Snappy Htylea. 10 STORES IN WEST TEXAS - PHONE NO. 8 KrVh Vegetable on Ice. Freah Ktrawberriea now in. fit I IS s.wumi nn" i wr iaww afw.tr Jjirw.f lW.l m-iJ.wmMWI,MJW V 1 VyXm if . o m i a y n Service Station We have moved into the new building at Opera House stand. Will carry full line tires, tubes, accessories, gas oline and oils. Visit our new place and give us a trial. We are going to offer as an ad vertisement a limited number of Ford tires at reduced pri ces. Mr. O. A. Bruton will have charge of the mechanical department and will give prompt and efficient service. OUR MOTTO-SERVICE EllcGlaun & Stewart Phone'27 U