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TIID SNYDER SIGNAL BNYMR, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 10. 191M.
Make Your Wife a Christmas Present of a Kitchen Cabinet or a Sealey Mattress Hoosier x T Y TO CM CHAIRS f OB EVERYB M We have the most complete line of Furniture ever shown in Snyder and our prices jg are as cheap as anywhere. Don't buy before you get our prices. Iron Beds, Bed a Springs, Chifferobes, Dressers, Bedroom Suites; this line is complete in every finish. I jfi Axminster Rugs 9x12, Congoleum Rugs 9x12, and smaller rugs, Rockers, Davenports, Now People, Look Before You Buy Everything in Dishes, Graniteware, Aluminumware, Guns and Ammunition, Range Cook Stoves also a few heaters left at a special price. New shipment Linoleum just arrived. All new designs. We will make the price right on everything in our line. We will be glad to show you through. Bl ACKARD M A ItDlThW A ID) $ CO. Lard Cans in Anv Size i . HANKY is BlIIMMi . NEW HOME NK.tK IIU , J. v', Haney, u prominent farmer (ff.tSo Ira Community Is building a tU home on bis farm in that com munity. A nice home ony vhero teller In town or country Is some ping to be proud of. Mr. Haney has kxa successful, yet. If he has been fortunate it is attributed entirely to hi energy in making it so. Fortune 'is seldom thrust upon anyone, but jus who would be fortunate deter mine within hi own mind whut the ultimate outcome will be. Mr. Haney's home Is modern in very respect, and wilt be an incen ilV9 tot others to pet in on the build In; program. Quit a bit of building Is going on In the country. Borne are building tiorios and others are reraoeldlng. ,, D sure it Is a Vtctrola this Xmas If. O. Tswle. Jeweler. mill at Kotaa Of course ho m ex pecting those who subscribed to b rome stockholders for the auiounl paid. I don't think he did any bus iness here. The oil well Is at a standstill, but tin superintendent In Mill on the Job. iMr. Tipton killed a der and a turkey, but the other three failed. Mr. and Mrs. Tally went to Snyder Church services Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday night. Prayer inciting each Wednesday nisht. J. W. Griffin. it u.):i prospect IXMI MR THK WEST railroad. A recent meeting of thr of flcials of the two lines is paid to have taken p'aco nt Sweetwater be- Phonographs and' records the one best Xrtas gift. If. (i Towle. Jeweler. t'niup Springs. V.r;u.-n for last week. Camp Springs was greatly startled Sunday night by soeing a light sud denly flash up, so the cause was so-jght, and Mr. Luke Howell's res idence was on fire, and on,y a ew thing in the houie was saved. The family went out to the farm. This is the third housev fliat has burned I thi rear In this 'community. Most ! of (He citizens of the community rai-i to see It they could help, but fire is consuming In its nature. .Mr. Bob Williams is visiting In County". Mr. Hawkins our niacksmlth. still l;e-s busy in his shop If It don't n!i. Vr. Abb Perry succeeded In eon vi -l :.. his wife last Monday morn ii; fiat he had to help Mr. Bont kill n meat hog. so he would i'i- "vpnsed from helping his wife x-rM'- r lard, nnd make sausage, how K i' l2 acted fair, for he came over ti ' -nged with Mrs. Bessie Nlch- e his place, who Is an adept this kind. nes. with the huntlne party o, Sunday night, nnd Mrs. Nichols wont to Sny--sdny. Mrs. Nichols was shop Patterson of Rotan was here tr solicit Inar subscriptions for ,n-.-( of bul'dlng a larce crls A raiMoad from Kort Worth to ; hin closed' doors. With the Orient .... . . . . . , tin charge of the Could interests the me i luiua cumiir) la uciu onubi-ii and is creating quite a bit of Interest all along the route. It looks as tho something would materialize In the nar future if Interest and publici ty ,nnnlj PaiI M'nrtli n veil :u .. , , ., " . . I seems that the railroads are on tho a'l the towns along the route to Kl ; ove oi a greai nuuuing program, anu in a few renra we w in, no doubt, see this country lined, north and south. new line from Fort Worth to the Northwest would be a matter of a nbprt time. Snyder is bound to realize from some pourco In this movement. It Dunn News. The old saying "Slow but sure." will, I trust ho'd true In our case. I am so busy doing music for Miss Gross, l-atln for Miss Hancock, His tory for Mrs. Green, numbers for Mrs. Mapues, and English and Alge bra for Mr. Maples that I can scarce ly find tlm to get all of the news of thU little burg. Schoo! is inorlng alouc nicely with a large attendance. Some of our rooms report an enrollment of more than fifty. Mr. Ford has returned from the sanitarium, but Isn't able to b up yet. - 1 nro. Walton filled, his regular ap- polntment at the (Methodist church . . . v. a.MP ' sundry atso at itounn iop. The singing class now meets at the Christian Church of eveninss for their practice and instruction. Mr. Hancock lost his barn and most of his feed by fire Tuesday. The origin of the fire is unknown. The Dunn boys played ball -with Loralne last week. Our boys suited out nnd came nonr freezing, which, we think, was the cause of our los-' Inc the game. j School closes Dec. lfi and opens! again Jan. 2. Sehont will have a Schoo! Christ-' fas tree In the auditorium Friday nfternoon. Dec. ifi. If von have somethlim to tell, fell It to rad"s Girl. Fvp. tsteil. classes fitted. II. G. T'iyle. Optometrist . . ft sure t Is a Violrola this Nuns If. G: .Towle. Jwel?r. Paso are talking about this new projet. Th flllowing article ap peared recently in the Fort Worth Kccord, copied from the Railroad Re view : "Thu Atchison. Topeka a: Saut.i i-'e railway system id considering plans looking to the construction of a through lino from El Paso to Fort Worth, a distance of about 550 miles, us a consequence of the growth of the Plains section of Texas and tho increasing demand for more rail road facilities. The new road will probably run from Kl Paso via Carls bad, N. Jf.. nnd Seminole. Texas, to Iimesa. Texas, whence there Is an Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fo line of fifty miles to Slaton. where the Santa Ve line to Post. Texas, might be followed, and from there a straight line would be taken to Fort Worth, perhaps via Haskell, Throck morton nnd Graham. Texas. Prelim inary surveys are reported made." Various routes are in 'prospect for this proposed Hue. Snyder is mentioned us being on a direct line from Stamford to I.amesu, while nn other mention is to the effect of the rxtentlon of the Katy railroad from Hotnn West. It follows: "The Snyder Chamber of Com merce Is u'so agitating the extension of the Texas Central brunch of the Missouri. Kansas & Texas railway from Kotan to Snyder, a distance of thirty five miles. The Katy was re cently reorganized and according to well informed business men. it Is pltdgod to the state railway com mission to make an extension of about forty miles by reason of per mission from that body to absorb the Texas Central lines several yenrs ago. The extension of this line to Snyder would give the propose dFort Worth Northwestern. If it should build to Stamford, another outlet te the crent south plains country, as well ns the territory below the cap rock." It Is also reported that the T. & P. is about to eet control of the Orient cast and west with great trunk lines. Eyes. U-sted. glasses fitted. If. G. Towle. Optometrist. Dcrmott News. Mrs. Uiuuch ilunough uud family spent the week end with her parents. Misa i,ol Higginbotham of Abi lene is visiting relatives ut this place. Mifs Bonnie Sanders of Post City spent Saturday and Sunday with Iioiiih folks. Mr. Jeff Carilo and Mrs. W. T. Bheu made a business trip to Snyder Saturday. Singing last Sunday ninht at the bom.- of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Martin was lurgfly attended and greatly en joyid by all. Misses I.ols and Bess Johnston- spent Wednesday night with their friend Miss llhndu Martin. Mr. John Browning from the Long oil well spent Saturday and Sunday wltli home folks. Rev.- Lee King preached at Book out Saturday and Sunday, good ser vices and wns 'arge crowd attended. Mr. Jim Steel and family made a business trip to Fluvanna Saturday punting. Miss Ruby and Bernieoe Carter spent Sunday with their friend Mary Rhea. Mr. Pick Brown and' .family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scrlv ner . Mr Bole Browning and Mr. Char lie Manse, left iMonday on a business trip to Abilene. Texns. Mrs Sallle Scrlvner spent Monday evenins with her friend. Mrs. W. T. Rhea. , Rev. E Christian oT Snyder m-td n ta'.k at Bookout Sunday even'ne. If fl en loved by a large ,tfeu! nnc. We had several with ns P-m 1hv. w hoyo tliev will cnnif tci!". Rev C. A. Jones of Jusdieehurv will preach al Bookou. t!t 2nd Sun cay tv'-ning in January. M-. Buther Kdmotwoc U remodel-in- hU bungalow this we)k. Mrs. c. j. Alexander spout Mon day with friends la 3ij4&- Mr. Thell) Brownlai b4k 4, brand new Ford car. The p.ookout F-bnot U progressing nicely. MUs Euli Odora sp-Jst Saturday and Sunday -with 'Mr- P.nl McHer mott. Mr. Harve Browaloi Ht a braad new Ford ear. I.ittl-j SiaaaJae. WMSI: .-: DltVX TAK tV!.f.LM UILI.Yn AI.K.NUV Eyes, tested, Rlasse fitted. H. G. Towle. Optometrist. Rend our Adv. If G T?w. Jewel er. Wehirt U'-adryx, manager 01' tha Cssh Ghi'1' has taken over tlu agency oC tie Overland and ViJfTitf Knight car sad is now the auL.''' nd agent far same. , -V.' iMV. Heaao-x state th.t soon have In stock some nt thi Vali hur OvnrUhds which h. wt;i bo ploaseii l..n demonstrate as to th'r ecmiomy. They hmrt an adv. in tUia week's Signal. - 1 If yon Ini music there should be a VIcr.-iii In your Home this Xmvt tf Towle. Jewelsr. SubK-rih' t-v the S!nal $1.50. Speaking of Gifts J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitnitiniiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiitMinrriiniiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiir 1 If the present is elec trical, it's modern. Be sides, it adds beauty and elegance to any home, and it's permanently useful. Our store car ries a variety of gifts for everyone and we be lieve we can give you some new suggestions if you will step in. Snvder Utilities Company;