Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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KIOWA COUNTY DEMOCRAT.
Published in the Interest of tin People of Snyder and Kiowa County.
Snyder, Kiowa County Oklahoma, March 29. 1906.
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ATURDAY8 AND MONDAY’S
Special prices are the biggest bargain events of the season
if you have never visited us on these davs you can’t realize what you are missing
and get next to the Big Trade Winning Specials.
On these days our store store is crowded with buyers, and •
Visit us next Saturday and Monday q
Saturday and Monday
Las: We Sold
12 1 2c Mercerized Gingham, 6 l-2c
Oc Figured Lawn - 8 t-2c
$1 75 Meu’s Shoe* * $125
Don’t mist* our trade winning spe-
cialties. Special inducements in all
Saturday and Monday
Youth’s 3 piece suits, 3 suits
sizes. 15. 16 and 17, light grey
mixture, price $5 00 Special $3.50
3 suits. 19,20 and 20, all wool
price $7.50 • Special $4.50
3 suits. 17, 18 and 19,ail w* ol
worsted and cassimer,
price $7.50 Special $'.00
These and many more, greatest
values ever offered for the price
Saturday and Monday
Men’s 3 peice suits, 4 suits,
65,86,37 and 88,corduroy,sphn-
did values, at $8 50 • Special $4.50
2 suits, 35 and 86 all wool,
at $10.00 • Special $5.00
2 suits, 37 and 40, grey wool
melton. Ht $6.00, - Special $3 75
Ten other suits, all greut values at
Saturday and Monday
Ho.v’s tw’o pe'.ce suits, 12 suits
from 6 to 14,
Special ut $1 00, • Now 67c
8 suits, sizes 8 to '5.
Special at $1.50, - Now $1.00
lion t miss the spoMuls in clothing.
Positively we have the greatest val-
ues ever offered for the money.
Keen in touch with Snyder’s Big Dry Goods Emporium. The people who are making prices for cash buyers.
Everj department full of new snanpv styles »n Spring Mer ;hf ndise.
THE TRXAS STORK-
Sunday, April 1, 1906.
F. M. Turkic
Mist* Gross, Mrs. Camp,
Messrs Keith and Beck
Sermon—“No compromise with
Sin.”—Rev. H. Tliomison.
Solo—“Dream of Paradise.”
Solo—“Awav from ifty Savior”
Lecture—“Sins of Men”
Rev. H. Tliomison
At Presbyterian Church.
Led by Miss Gross.
7:00—Epwortli League Devotion
Led by Mrs. E. C. Keitl
Miss Gross aud Mr. Beck.
1 ev. H. Tliomison
So o—“ Dying from Horae a d
Lost.” Miss GroHf
(J INVENTION ST H’K
(’ R E D I T S.
The following |m the present
standing of Convm ion Slock
The township having the great-
est number of shares will lead tl.e
Otter Creek Twp--1 share.
The school in Hobart having
the greatest uuinWr will leiul the
M. E. Month---5 slum's
All township presidents and
B'hool superintendents are re.
quested to send in subscriptions
uud stock will be at once mailed.
D. H. Wolrtnger,
Gold Hill Glea .ings.
The social given at Mr. O.
Zerby’s last Thursday was a suc-
cess. It was well attouded and
all report a good time.
Mr. uud Mrs. Earnest Magill
were present at the social last
Literary close 1 last Fiiday
night with a good program,
Mr. Srnally and family took
dinner Hundav at Mr. T. D. Mc-
Quite a number came out Sun-
day to hear Rev. Maddox pleach.
Mr. aud Mrs, J. (4. Williams
were the guests of Mr. aud Mrs.
C. Nnuu Sunday.
Mr. lloades and family \ isitc d
at Mr. Merchants Sunday afte: -
Mr. aud Mr \ O. Zerby spent
Inndav with the latt >r’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hullmark.
Abe Orrell haw 1>eeu at home
the past week.
Misses Flo and Verdit Gearhart
were the guests of Misses Pearl
.ml Myrtle Hallmark Suudav.
Abe Orrell was seen iu Snyder
Mrs. J. W. Gearhart tis»k din-
uer with Mrs. W. P. Davis
Death entered tho home of Mr.
auu Mr: Allen Baser hist Sun
day uight and le.t them to inoiiri-
the l<«e* of their litllc child. Tls
renmins were takeu to ('hau lier,
the houie of Mrs. Busoy’s parents,
Tuesday for interrinent. Mr. and
Mrs. Busey received the kindest
sympathy null assistance from
tiiolr neighlsivs and frlemD iu
tills sad hour ofrbereave^ent.
The roads are getting good
Elmer Bank* has finished
pla iting corn.
C. H. Hutton is breaking sod
N. H. Jaco is huild’ng an ad-
dition to the V m. Clonuuent
house. This looks favorable,
don't yon think so William?
John Morris puivhnse.l some
new implements mi 1 a new buggy
W. R Hawkins has f»*ti help-
ing Mr. Axtel do some pawning.
S, L. Rhodes has liiuAid
E. O. Jenkins when- fast see
was iu a livery fig. handed for
Sihoney where #tWre has beeu
some talk of kid-nnpptiig Jenkins
f »r some fair d Intel*.
Mrs W II. Hawkins was visit*
iug iu Indiahonui H ml'a*, ’
Mr. Harkey of Huj'der waa in
this vicinity Hnuduv.
\ in v‘’"i.t for “Molt Only” u
t M' th'idist cliv.rr!: netf S<e
- *iy at 1 -
Supervising Engineer Hall was
iu Snyder Wednesday in consul-
tation with Engineer Camp, of
the Reclamation Service. In a
talk to the business men Mr. Hull,
stated that the dam would cost
more than had been desired but
no more than to build one at
Lugeit. The dam on this site
wo .Id, because of the greater
area drained by the streams, hold
nine times the water which the
at Lngert would get.
Mr. Hall said the officers were
not figuring on the same auumnl
Of water here aa was required in
au arid country because that
amou it was not required. Irri-
gation is only necessary here to
s ipplem^ut the rain-tall,
There is no more salt iu this
water than that used on the Nile
iu Egypt nor that on Salt River
Valiev and still arrangements are
Wing made to divert part of this
Definite information about tlie
experimental farm will probably
W given out Fiiluy. After this
thirty days will be sufficient for
the installing of the plant. All
the necessary ditching enu lie
done in one week.
The Department of Agricklture
will send some good seed here to
bo used in the experiments,
among them three kinds of cotton
and some angar-Wet need.
W. B. Allen, father of Charles
Allen, died at liis home west of
town Wednesday evening Mr.
Allen was 65 years of age and hml
suffered for some time with
neuralgia of the heart, which
caused his death He leaves a
wife, three daughters and seven
sous. Interrmeut at 3 p. m. at
Pleasant Valley Cemetrry.
Miss Inez Conn, of Henrietta,
Texas, who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. T. A. Chapman, for
tho past two mouths, leaves Sun-
day for her home.
David Howell, father of Eli,
Lee ami Anbury, suffered a partial
stroke of paralysis last Thursday,
from which he is very slow ly rc-
Following is a list of letters re-
maining unclaimed ill this olfice
and same will 1 e forwarded to the
Dead Letter Ofi.’ce at the expira-
tion of two weeks.
Mvs. Ella C. ( auu: roe
T W Dustin
Jessie B. Janes
Mrs. Amanda Si’.ves
When calling f*»r these Jotters
say advertised March 26 h, 1906.
. G. H. Ihiilev,
PRESBYTERIAN t KllYlCEH
W. O. UNO, CASTOR.
There will W no preaching ser-
vices Hundav on account of tb
absence of the p istor iu attendance
Monday school meets at 10 a.in
Mrs. Leunw Welier, of Lawton,
is here visiting her mother, Mrs.
A Tfcodly number of Heinz' Pickles anJ Pure
Pood Products are on display In cur store ind
you are invited to come in and sample their.
Following Is a list of some of the “57” Good
Things for the Table.
.... _ - - - - #
Heinz’ spiced pickles in bulk, per doz. - 10c
“ sweet pickles in bulk “ “ - 10c
“ dill pickles iu bulk,large “ . “ - 29c
“ baked Wans with tomato sauce, per eau 20c
“ plain pork and Waus “ “ 20c
“ pork and Wans with toinatoe sauce,per eau, 2<h>
“ India reliah, per jar - 30e
“ H)tpla butter, fter crock • • 45c
“ preserved fruits iu handsome glsss jars.
“ strawberries, per jar - 60,.
“ cherries • “ “ * 60c
“ Damson i linns - “ “ • 60c
“ red rasp1s*ri-ics . “ “ • 60c
“ pine apples - “ “ * 60c
,< prnverved fruits in fins.
«< red r»«i»herries - • per ran
• • M*r-fwWrrie* - “ “ S'o
• • Dnie'toti plums - * “ “ ’ 0c
• • ,•bevvies - - 11 11 O0c
•• vure malt vinegar in bivw Wttle - 26c
“ evaporated horse radish, per bottle 5*0c
“ p’ekle chow chow “ “ * 26o
“ tomn'oe catv-np , • “ “* • 15«
“ mamlalay ranee - “ “ • f$c
js*nt«'r sauce • “ “ - £0c
“ salad dressing - “ “ • 251
o Cream o* tomntoe soud, per can - 15o
Como ’n and Sample Their.
,* M. *C. * HUGHES
aTsM fancy gf oesr*
Phons.S**. I . - Phone" */’,
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Kiowa County Democrat. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1906, newspaper, March 29, 1906; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497403/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.