The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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THE SNYDER SIQNAJUSTA r
HNYOKK. KIOWA COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. I IUPAV. JfLV 11. |.
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Stand for These Ideas j
Dry Goods, Clothing,
If you value tlic-tn your Satisfaction Is Assured when you do business willi
us. You Can’t Afford to overlook a SPECIAL SALE we advertise if you
nro Looking for bargains. You know by all our previous special aa'es that.
t\ c Oiler Many Good Values in Dcsirablo Stuff, many at one half their act-
Saturday and Monday
Will be LADIES’ DAYS at our store. No
Lady who comes to our store either of these
days can fail to be interested. Wo have
Something Great to Offer you in way of short
lengths and 10yd. patterns in Up-to-date
Summer Dress Goods
SO Dress Patterns 12 1-2, 15 and 20 els., 10 jds only
50 Dress Patterns 10, 12 1-2 and 15 cts , 10 yds only
50 Dress Patterns 8 1-3 10 and 12 l-2c 10 yds onlv
J° Dress Patterns 7 1-2 8 1-3 and 10c 10 yds only
Don’t fail to sec Our1 /3tra>v Hat Counler
100 Hats ringing iu price from 75 els to 1.50 choice only
100 Hats ranging in price from 25 cts to 1.00 choice only
You should have one those Beaver Special
Hats. They are just the right thing
and they are very cheap.
Yon it HifS Wtlm il Ov Slum
V At.t.r.V ITKK*.
«mt to Sc * ,
Tmir»l*y a- 4 a ill likvlj .
IK rk U'tTtii
! h*v» hi. ihrrd.i _
Mr. MalUrd |>l4l»l«**| |. -talot.
li*l wr«k. Ho ta a i-U' cc.ful |h>
Utu rai*« r.
Hov. t rutupt- n will |t.-4lii»t
l'lra*iuit Valley iobun| liuusvni >t
Monday a 3 p in. llo will al»o
h >14 revival matting* n >t «rrok.
A f«** fft' ii llii* vi dully at.
ifii‘J<-4 imi < » rrnut socir.1 at tin ;
pliaumf hum* .4 ii. i 1
noar .'/'HMt. Kvoryono prueni J
hid • g>. 4 t.uio.
Mr. and lint Kreelan I nro os
poctod Iu-.-no fruit their Kan«a-
visit sonic Unit- next w«tk.
Miiai* nnd .Mr. Adam*,. t
Krnoot, were visitors at our bun-
Jay school i.i t Sunday.
Mesdamis D. A. and C’yru-
Riggs sentj laming over in (Jrcci
county ia-t Friday,
There was ringing ai M r. Gat s
in'? last Sunday afternoon whicl
wos enjoy -d l>y those present.
Miss Doty Cooj cr and brutl cr
visited With Mrs. Minnie Leona ru
last Sunday- evening.
O o o
Has Just Returned from Eastern
Mar':c ts*wfaero Ij0 bought part of
■ BankruDt 01* o c k
k x J I'n'li,'s’ R'll* ”, nrth I-.-,.: chuii.u
k#X '.m back i .until, and Indr omnim-nta
worthfiO to cIu-Ibo
k « Lit same wotth 25 to 50e ch-jlco
•2 Lot s.iiuc worth 25 - eiudco
So Low that wo can mako
Prices ^5 to 50 per cent un-
der regular wholesale cost.
Lot Lndlrs Hills, worth 5,)j to 01 el-ole* ”5 lot f
• ci oieo .oi Lot of m,boy, «»d ,ad,e*» PtorttJ
.'•* to S2 i holeo
- ----— " ■ *«» oi rruii -
l.«»iliiV ill Us worth 25 to 50.. choice I
Kuivi-s worth 61
I.M| of lour worth S, to tl.50 idioleo
, ‘ ",r """f* worth 50c to 6l choice
I.<d of same worth 10 to C5o choice
L -t of same worth 25 to 50o choice
Ln of mbs miked . ehol
per cr.it “»rr from
Threshing in full blast.
Mrs. Whitehead and cliilJrcn
hive left fur Wellington, Kansas,
for an absence of about tlirei
The plum thickita have beci
successfully invaded by many
A pleasant surprise party wa:
.iven for Arthur Camerou at hit
tome the night of the 5th inst
About fifty- guests wero present
uames were tho ordor of the houi
md before repairing to their s v
'-ii homes the company wm
.reated to ice cream an 1 cake.
L. E. Price und family liavi
•ntertained tlieir nephew anc
cousin, Brice Copeland of Waco,
Tex-hs, since the fourth.
Miss Anna Brohammcr has re
t medio her home at Sac am
Called meeting of the Farmer
District Union will be held at th
;ciiool house Friday afternoon.
A number of young people as-
sembled at the Price home Mon-
d ly evening and spent the tirm
,u te pleasai.tly listening to som<
.excellent music and playing
Sunday school w-as quite we]
attonded Sunday, despite the fac>
.hat a few played truant and at-
tuned the Sunday school ai.d
nnging at Otter creek.
tvlul sale t
Very I-iue Lnca nt from 25 to ... ... . w. u
.......... Ml. 0,,„0,»t oil ft. ,
liiis .. . ,wt r.,r low ,rio„. O.i: mill .......... w.
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YOU«S FOR iMOLE
W. R. DOWNEY & CO,
XOU'LOCA TED LX DK 1\tOTTBUILDING. cx^ .j. *
■equirod 2(3 days.
i ^'ie y°uno ticks develope in fro:;
After the eggs are hatched the 20 to 25 days from time of o-ettiiU
r'oung ticks get on the grass and on the animal. During the c-lt
veeds wle -o th-y r main until' weather they develope slowly anc
°"‘.o Paf 3 ng animal brushes ticks that get on cattle late in ti e
igainst them. Tho young ticks1 fall may b,o carried all wilder,
coon attach themselves to tho an- completing their development in
i-nul and after shedding tlieir the spring.
iking (moulting) a couple of! Familiarity with the above life
times rapidly develope into the history with materially aid in
cdult form In warm weather , dealing with tho tick, itisnec-
TEXAS FEVER TICKS
Their IJabits--How to
Rii of Them,
There have been ajgreat many
refrencea in the bulletins of the
experiment station at
Stillwater in regard to the fcvei
tick and those who Lave follower.
>ut the general plan of getting
rid o; the ticks that lias been r
Jummendod are now rid of tick,
on their farms and pastures, and
consequently they are rid of Tex
ao fe\ er. A little careful wori
for a season cr two is sufficient tc
r.d a pasture of the tick.
The large tick seen on animah
if all kinds is the female ana
>vhen fully develop! d falls to the
ground where the eggs are depos-
i ed. In the summer season tin.
eggs will hatch in from 20 to 30
days. In tho spring and fall it
will take longer, and eggs depos
i ed late in the fall will not 1 a ch
before 'the following spring. In
one test made in the laboratory j
during July and August the egg-
hatched in 10 day s while in an-
other te it made in September it
HEPRESERTf N G
And when you are ready to buy
we believe that wo can in-
ter est you and that we
have the piano that
; you want.
EHDORF tfce JEWELER
■ssary for the tick to beoome at-
iiciied to some animal before it
:an complete its development; it
nay live for several weeks cn
t ie grass and weeds but it will
never develope until it gets food
from some animal. This is an
important item in the destruction
or the tick, for if the pasture is
| unused for a season, it will free it
irom ticks. To rid a pasture that
13 ““of ticks will require close
work but it will pay jn the end.
For a mnall bunch of cattle such
aS f3 owned on «« average farm, •
•r nipping vat ia too expensive
.and is „0t really necessary.
Crude petroleum may be obtained
r-r a f1'"' Cl'nt3 a gallon and there
rs no better remedy. It may be
may be applied with a brush,
mop, or in the form of a spray.
A mixture of cheap kerosene and
lard io also effective. Do not ex*
pect to get your oatUe rid of ticks
by feeding them sulphur and salt-
pete or any other combination
for it will not cause them to drop
off- If tho ticks are removed
;iom the cuttle once every two or
three weeks by using any of tha
oils and no outside cattle wiih
ticus cm them are brought into
the pasture, you may get ria of
the ticks in one season. On
farms where there are only a few
cattle tho ticks may be removed
by hand picking and put in a cup
A oil or burned. A few cattle
may ke bept free from ticks by
TliiS VuTICLE WILL EE CO.Y-
CLU..EU in NEXT ISSUE.
Mr* <ii|:as;>y ii»s built ai other
“*•“ is “OW ic.-.ipying it. shs
h-.a tie sou' a sMe tins time,
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Allison, W. M. The Snyder Signal-Star. (Snyder, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, July 14, 1905, newspaper, July 14, 1905; Snyder, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc497690/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.