The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, No. THIRTY-SIX, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1918 Page: 5 of 8
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FUR 1'A'rillOTIC MKKTTNUfl 0
Higginbotham Bros. & Co.
An advance glimpse of Fashion's Latest Styles
For Early Spring
As usual we are first with the new things. This
week we are featuring new smart styles in
Tailored Suits with coats that are belted empire
straight line or flaring at sides. Tricotine Serge
Gaberdine and Homespun fabrics $20.00 and up.
The High-Cut Boot
of imported kid is the latest arrival in our Booterie.
Simplicity is its most insistent note of appeal. These
models come in Pearl Gray Field Mouse White and
Dawn Gray shades.
EVERYTHING AND CORN
99 C 999 '1OQ$0S
I To lis Hold at V.rloui School!
BouMi la Uw Count .
I I:t0 o'clock Fr.di.T erenlni Fab-
; rnrf t2nd. Parti IravInK Bnyilar
will moat Id front of tha Pint Bute
Bant from 1 to 1:J0 o'clock.
The purpoaa of them mrfltlnaa 1b
patriotic and villi the npoelal pur-
roe of lllnn tlirlft atampa. Earn
1 achool In the counljr ! fltlnf pro
gram and Rood crowds are eipected
at each school houae.
Hermlelgh: Rot. W. If. 8!me and
family J. J. Hurnctt and famllr.
Fluranne: Rct. A. W. Waddlll
and famllr ). W. Conch and famllr
Bookout: Rer. W. W. Werner
Pop Btrayhorn and family.
China Ornre: Rer. W. B. Cap-!
ertnn and wife Mr. and Mra. B. F.
Camp Sprlnm: Rer. I. D. Hull
and others. I
Bethel: llenalnr C. R. Buchanan
and famllr S. T. F.lia and family.
Lord Mountain: Hon. Frill R.
Smith and famllr and othera.
Lone Wolf: Judno W. 8. Adam-
ron and famllr and W. A. Orlmea
Ira: Hon. C. C. HlMlne and fam-
llr W. M. Cnrrr and famllr.
CrnwdT: R. J. Anderaon and
famllr W. W. Krtiola and famllr.
Wi-it Point: J. P. ChambleM and
famllr and othera.
f'ntiyon: Von. A. C. Wllmeth.
and J. M. Densnn nnd famllr.
Plalnr'aw: Hon. M. B. Rov
anil f;m'ly nnd othera.
Sharon: Hon. C. S. Perklna Jr..
and wife. Mid othera.
Dunn: Prof. D. A. Clark and
family and othera.
Bhon: Prof. O. I. Howell and
Mitchol Countr I.lno: Hon. W.
W. Ham tton and famllr and othera
Inil-pendenee: Hon. V. . F. Smith
and wife and W. B. gtanfleld and
Martin: Mr. Our r'"y nA
fnmllr and othera.
Knnla: Mr. PI. B. Barnea and
fnmllv and Boh Smtlh and famllr:
Strnyhorn: F. J. drayum and
sj. T. Bell & Co.
TINNERS and PLUMBERS
We repair Radiators
! A SQUARE Deal Guaranteed!
Bath Tubs Kitchen Sinks Closets and Lava-
9 vatories Tanks Well Cueing Guttering and
TO YOU AS A CITIRtf -
The votera of this conjrresaloal dla-
trlct are (rim Americana loyal to
Prealdent Wllfoo and the Govern-
ment. You lit i cltlien owe It to
your Country to elect a Congreaeman
from thl district who will iiuare
up with war-time testa. The lasuoa
art vital and a Con are man ifhouM
meet them Bninrly . I put my cam-
paign on that platform and auk you
to tost me on that basin f Invite
your confederation of my candidacy
ami tho renponse thereto which you
as a rout American deem proper.
J. W. CRUDGINGTON
in thla die Fijchtecnth Dlatrlct
To Farmers and Stock
I HAVB 700 ACRES OP OOOD LAND FOUR HILE8 SOUTH BAST
OF AFTON IN DICKENS COUNTY AND 1J MILES FROM ROARINO
SPRINGS TEXAS R. R. POINT AII. OOOI. TILLABLE LAND OOOD
FOR COTTON AND FEED STUFFS. THE LAND IS MESQU1TB AND
SMALL SCATTERING 8HINERT SANDY LAND. PART. OF. THIS
TRACT IN CULTIVATION AND THE LANDS ADJOINING THIS LAND
MADB ON AN AVERAGE OF ONE-HALF BALE OF COTTON LAST
YEAR AND WILL PRODUCE ALL K1NIS OF FEBD AND ORAIN.
THERE IS A SMALL HOUSE ON THIS LAND. I WILL TRADE MY
EQUITY IN THIS LAND FOR CATTLE OR MARES AND MULES AND
WILL GIVE TEN YEARS' ON THE BALANCE. PRICED AT JJO.00 PER
ACRE. I OWE 113.00 PER ACRE DUB IN FROM ONE TO TEN YEARS
AT PER CENT INTEREST. WILL TRADE FROM HO ACRES UP.
CLOSE TO OOOD SCHOOL AND CHURCHES AND IN GOOD NEIGHBOR
HOOD. I WILL BE AT THE MANHATTAN HOTEL SNYDER. TEXAS.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16TH. CALL AND SEE MR THERE.
1"' in in ctvna NOTIIIN'fl KI.SE lIKR
IS BANKS IN DROUTH AREA lS r"M
Waehlnjton Fob. . BefatarT
McAdoo tM aaaurcd Senator 8h-
pard that ha will authorlae depoalt
of 110000000 to 120000000 of IOT
ermnent funda In tha national banlca
of th drouth atrlcken portion of
Weat Teiaa. STieppard called on tha
Secretary of tha trcaflirr to urgo
Ih'l action following reprcaentatlona
from GoTernor Hobby.
Jacob F. Wollora. opponent of
Senator Shsppard In 191J. today
called on tha Junior aenator and aa-
aured blm of bin aupport In tha eom-
Inc alactlon. Woltera declared Shep-
ard will b oppoaltloo for rt-
There haa nrrer been anything In
Snyder with the INSTANT acllon of
ilniplo buckthorn bark. itlyrimi
ate. aa rolled In Adlar-l-ka. ONE
SPOONFUL fluahea the ENTIRE
bowel tract ao completely It relieve?
ANY CASH aour atomach goa or con-
atlpat!on and prevena appendfcitla.
The INSTANT plenffant action of Ad-ler-l-kb'
aurpriaea both doctora and
patlcnta. Orayum Drug Co.
Mr. Lonning Stlmaon of Rock-
wall a brother of Laater Stlmaon la
here on w Tlalt. Ha la Tax Aaneoanr
of Rockwall county and for two
terma prerloualy waa treasurer of
I Honor Roll Fifth Month
' Flrit Grade: Caroline Couch D2.
Flarla Tally 91 Fay Olen 1 Iliuel
! Second Ortde: Rowena Granthani
'91 Oeorge Olen 95 Dorrla nurh-
' anan 94.
I Hluh Second Orado: C. W. Wllka
; 94 Mabel laaaca 93 Lurleno Ellla
93 Aulton Home 91 Lurene Lock-
! Third Orade: Thora Cotton 91.
I High Th'rd Grade: J. Wright I.'g-
on 92 Edna Olen 92 Myrtle Wood-
' fin 90.
Fourth Ormlo: Eugenia Turner 93.
IHattle Olen 91. Vera Blackard 90.
; Gertrude laaaca 92.
j Fifth Orade: Jo Waddlll 91
Maurlna Cunningham 91 Leora Hug
'g'na 90 Lo!b Berry 93 Henry Cot-
' ton 90.
j Sllth Orade: Ellen Pratt 90. Mat-tie-
Roaa Cunningham 91 Joe Wood-
fin 91 Oladya Fi.rrar 90. Mary Stray
horn 90. Merrel Blakley 90.
Colonial Hill School
Flrat Grade: Tholma Lealle 93.
Second Orado: Jamea Bartlett 91.
Pherle. Banka 92. Opal Butler 94.
! Th rd Orado: Frl'l R. Smith 93
Joe Tant Johnson 93 Hubert Curry
I Fourth Grado: Earneatlno Roaaer
95 Ellen Bulce JohnBon 94 Aubrey
j Fifth Orade: Willie Fern Curry
91 Maudle Burdltt 93.
Seventh Orado: Minnie Maude Hnr
rla 90 Marllu Roaaer 93 Lucy Bart-
letl 90 .
Second urane: r.inei m-'"
Iclr.ud Erwln 95 Clarence Wiley 91.
Willie WoBt 93. Ray Feamlre 91.
Third Orade: J W. Coatea 93
1 Pearl Murnhreo 93. Jnmea Wvlle
01 nenn'e llnneycntt 90 Haai'1 Hnr
Four'h Grade: Ilnrold Brown 93.
Firth Orade: Ray Slurdlvant 90.
Olonnle Hnrrnd 90 Clt.ud Murphreei
93 1-8. I
S-venth Grade: B'hel Stephenn si..
v..y frewiler 91. Bertha Tetera 90
Rklph Wolf 91. Ivy Davla 93. Oilell
fare W end nlliera.
Sulphur: Mr. B. C. Dodeon and
w'fe. and M. Streey and family.
Bell: J. S. Hardy md wlfw and
M. F. O'trm-llin and family.
Conrne: Joe Stlnaon and family
nnd o'h' ra.
I Oanoway: Henry Welhorn and fam
j fly and other.
I German: F.I. Townaend and fam
: lly ned olbera.
Oulnn: John Snuffer and fnmlly
i nnd othera.
I Aral): Rct. Jna. H. Tate and wife
Old Pyron: Rev. Horton and rami-
fy and othera.
ep Creik: Rev. J. B. MeRer-
nohla and family nnd othera from
pvrnn : John A . Stavely and fam-
I lly from Fluvanna.
Cotten Wood Flata: A. Rhondea
and family and o'hera from In.'.
Wi.odard: Col. J. Z. Noble and
family and H. J. Brlco and fam-
I Egypt: C. R. Loekhart and fam-
I lly and othera.
I It ' urged that every man and
I woman In Rflydnr that can do ao
go with aome one of theae partlea
. and that aa many of the Snyder High
I School puplla go aa can. And It la
! apeclnlly urged and rcnuoatoil tnat
every man who owna a car will go Th(j vmJ)ltl ot a.j. and Scurry
'and take aa many othera aa he can. i mudu llla hy
I Mivt In front
The Owl Confectionery
Is still in the lea;l with the best line of
drinks nnd candies in town. Fresh line of choc-
olates and home-made candies just arrived.
See Our Window
Wo have just institllptl our new soda fountain which
will nnabln us to iriv" you Iwitor drinks nnd net or sor-
vife .rou will lli'il oar fountain anil everything kopt in
pprfectsnnitary condition at all tintcs. Cull nnd rpo us.
Yours to pleisn
E. C. NEELEY Manager
Ice Cream Friday and Saturday
I'loNKKB tiTlKN A.M. done a Rood work. He hu fought t
MIMHTKli IV.hhKH AW.W iiuorl flcht he has kopl the fklth ami
oi to rpcclvr hli Btin reword .
C II Ki'llny Ant worn IKhUi
Vmli ArUve IwlUl In-
of tho Firm Bute
Bank nnd Tnmt company hy on
oVIork or ah noon thorpiiftnr a pos-
fhlo. Alrflhdy men rrom Texan havf
i fiHfti on thr bnt'lft floIdH of Franco
and a numbor of Tnxana havo found
! ii wni'TV urnvo In trylnn to reach
I (ho hat t Wield then If othera arf
' lvfnu thrdr tll aiirely tho pooplo of
.Snyder can r'vo ono half day In try-
j ins to help win thin war atralnut Oer-
Imnn hnrharl'y and militarism . Lot
j erory one bpo to It that ho or she
'does hi or her "bit."
Don't fall to pntron'io tho Red
rrom Movlrff plcttirn show at th
Cnty Theatre Thursday afternoon
and nlKht FHiniuTy SI.
The lornl eti-inptlon nrjnad In Sny-
dcr hi'd 'wnty reijlHtranta oihinln-
":1 lait Sattinlny.
Off To War.
j a. 4 rink Kithiink waa w vli-
1 tor a' thn Sinnal office Wedntudnr
nnd 'n hln ptcnannt manner said:
"Vnii ran tHl !lin world I am lehT'nc
T' u.il ) tnernlng frr the war."
Funoral serrlcea woro held at th
homo at 2 o'clock Thumday after-
noon o'tended by a rant crowd of
friends from all over tho county.
Services were conducted by Her.
h. a. Knight and llev. W. H. iflma.
ttuuouncemout ot the deuili ot Iti'V. Interment in Snydt-r Cemetery.
C. H. Kully which occurred Wrd-i c. H. Kelly waa born In Warren
mwday ai bti home tlir.m uillea soulli county. Ky. June 1854. Chine with
t-aat of fluydor. ! 1'f" pnrenta to Ilallaa County Texaa.
iltf haa been In fci-blo health all In the same year. He waa left an
llila winter and ha a waited lh orphan when a boy and had to make
aumtuona with ChriHtian rortlludi j lila own wiy In tho world. Ho waa
and confldeuco. Suntained by hla converted nnd baptlaed wlnn a younir
perfect faith In tho God whom hu man. He was ordained to prmtch by
lias ao earnestly and humbly Borved. j tho Live dak church In Calahan
Uro. Kflly waa a miulfttor of the county about 30 years iiKO. Ho came
liapilat church and hua done a Brent lo Scurry county more than" 20 year
work here for tho Maxtor and fnr'iiKo and has preached for country
Immunity. Ho waa about 84 yearn ehiirchea In thla and adjo'nlng eonn-
old and leavt-a tho wife and foui I ilea since until by reaon of fall In
toiiH and four dauirhier.H to whom he tii altb he hhd to j:lve up tho work
leaves the irenr.un'd leftary of an up-
mht and well rendered Chrtatian
lire. Uro. Kelly came to Scurrv
county BnmethttiK over 2(t years ami
and haa been one of our bent cltl-
zcna. Ho haa nerved a number of
churehea here aa puiitor and haa of-
fclated In numbers of cime in itart-
mt the yomiR peoplo out on the mat-
rimonial wna and hna performed th"
burial aerv cea for manyn of our dend
innd haa cnntr'hntcd l'birally to th
relief of sufferlnff. He never turned
hack on a wonliy call for charl-
I ty. or .refused to help In t'mea or
' dlrttrcsa. Bro. Kelly waa a frtiKal
thotiahtfiil. nruct!cal farmer and hit
Don't foil to pntron'io tho Hed
Croi Moving picture show at the
Coit Theatre Thmrdny afternout
ad olfht February II.
Their M'liher IM Mondar.
Tho mo Ht of (1. F. Darby o
trna.naa nrl T. P Hrh nt TIrtrm
lo nh died Monday nlcht at the home ! mccmi In that linn marked him n.
of her daughter (n Fort Worth. al reliable u.thor'ty on afincunura
av .r. ur L. fi. Oarhr altend- V Indurtrlal and eronom-
4 tha Maerat at Muffla. fWtwB
Kiindny Si'tiiMil rinaa Met.
The Kver Faithful Sunday SchonJ
rinna of the Methodist church mot
rt the home of I-ola Curnutte Thure
day afternoon. Feb. 7. 1918 nt 4
o'clork. After liie election of ofricera
and other bUBinesa was attended to
a aplendld procrnm waa rendt-red
by the following:
Nnreno Hnrrla Plnno sool.
Nell'o HiKRlna Ueaillnp.
Norene Hnrrla Piano inlo.
Mrs. Frailer RendloK.
And a anno by the clnaa.
After the proRram waa orer we
idinnrncl to meet with Edith Da-
"nport Thursday afternoon Fob. 11
1919 at I 46.
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The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, No. THIRTY-SIX, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1918, newspaper, February 15, 1918; Snyder, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288201/m1/5/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .