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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, 8NTDER, TEXA8. FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1HI.
MOBB HOUGIIAGK 1
"JKMN FOIt IITCALTII BOARDS
lore roughugo U the slogan that
vnlclpal and stato boalth boards
-uld adopt to Increase the .efficiency
workers In their domains.
Recent investigation on the rela
tion of food t') human efficiency
have boon made tho HubWt of careful
atudy both by dietitians working In
dependently and also by boards of
health ami other hea.ih organlu
tlons. Out of it ull has come a mass of
Information to show certain defects
In the diet habits of the average per
son. At-ido from the value of any spe
cific list of foods, Indisputable evi
dence has been secured to show that
the roughage portion of the aver
age diet has received too llttlo at
tention in the past. In this class Is a
long list o foods such as spinach,
leafy vegetables, fruits, br.in, and
others, all of which, by their bulk
and fibre content, have marked ben
eficial Qualitie s Of these bran Is de
clared to be particularly acceptable
because of its cheapness and ease of
preparation. It contain about 8 per
cent of mineral salts and is known
to have favorable action on brain and
, nerve colls. It also contains phos
, pborus and calcium, and, physicians
aay, there is no danger from a too
treat supply In the diet.
Some state boards of health are
' taking a definite stand on the mat
ter of a more efficient diet particu
larly a It effects general health
habits. Speaking on the matter of the
'substitution of roughs foods for
drug cathartics, Dr. S. J, Crumblne,
, secretary of the Kansas State Board
of Health recently, said. "I thing it
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, a tlT
aino roach the -nt if IttC O.neuae,
Catarrh in a It al dlB". srtatly In
fturarcd by i-onslli'jttonal condition, and
In order to cur It you iuum tak an
IntwnaJ rem-Jdy HalPs Catarrh Medl
rtita I taken Internally and acts thru
taa Mood en tho mucous rut facta of I lie
i'.mrrl. VI r . 1 ir n a V. n
roacrtbod by on of the pnyiiciana
thU country tor yeara 11 i eum-
Hi or aoma or ma m m iwi' i fcn.iwu,
nhtnvd with aome of the twst blood
nAera. TLe prfoi combination of
a tnradiDla In Hull' CMrrh Modi-
la what prodi-a such wonderful
Jta In catarrhal condition. 8nd for
'. i. CHUNKY CO.. Prcpa . Toledo. O.
All Druraists. .tc.
Jett's kainliy fills fur constipation.
, llf KUNT1 PUAStNI""
I SM IMS B ABB RttMaUtliX
hi) UtunfaSahraana wU lu
' H-m akla iaM Try UUe
traataMOt ai atw naa.
by O ray om Drug Cempaay
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning! Unless you see the nam
"Bayer" on package or on tablets
you are not getting genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for twenty
one: years and proved safe by million!
Take Arplrln only as told In the Bay
er package for Colds, Ileadach, Nan
rrr'gla, Rheumatism, Earuche, Tooth
aene, Lambago and for pain. Handy
tla boxoa of twelve Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also
soli larger packages. Aspirin la the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture ot
Xloaooeeticftfldwt-r ot Sallcyllcacld.
For horses, cows, hogs and poul
try. Try it for your hens that
are not laying and your stock
that are not doing well.
We pay highest prices for Eggs and Poultry
W. A. MERRELL
I in very renerallv aereod that nrodu-
ling catharsis by drug action, It con
tinues wun any uegree 01 regularity,
"Overcoming constiputlon by a
proper selection of diet, Including a
littoral use of fruits, vegetables, and
coarsely, ground grains, including
bran. In cnrtalnly more effective and
without harmful results. There In
scarcely uny question but what the
lileral usi) of bran In the diet will
beneficially aff i t the most obrtinate
case of contlputlon."
At a recent dlscunslon of the
t Ion of food and working effni.'i"
It was stated that most persona are
eating their way Into untimely
graves without knowing it, both by
eating too much and by the use of
foods that are not easily digested or
that lack the requisite amount of
The sumartxed opinion win that
everyone could increaso his working
efficiency by reducing the smount of
his food and by adding to th diet
fruits and bran.
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS
Birth ot the Christ Child
rwunced by Angel.
0 sod Tldinga of Qrttt Jey to All tht
Pepl in Coming of
NOW it rsiue to psHS In loot dsys,
lhr went out a decrts from
Caesar Augustus, that all lie world
should bs enrolled. This was the first
enrollment made when Qutrlnius was
governor (ji fyrls, Aud all went to ea
roll thru.; l. Tr one to his twn
cltv. And dierh al&0 eut up from .
VtSlliCC, out 01 law nj ui ,'iumu,
Into Judaea, to the city of Dsvld, which
Is called Bcthltbem, becauss he was of
the house and family ot rsvld, to
enroll himself with Mary, who was be
trothed to htm, being great with child.
And It came to pass, while thty were
there, the days were fulfilled that sh
should be delivered. And the brooht
forth her nrst-boru son : and she
wrsrid him In swaddling clothes, sod
laid hlro In a manger, because there
was not room for thetu In the Ion
mm uvt iwhi v umu iu nw ibm.
k. .ti.nii.r.t. tn ti.a '
ssm country abiding In the field, and !
keeblnc watch by nliht over their
flock. And aa angel ot the Lord stood
by there, sod the glory ef the Lord
shone round about them; std they
were sore afraid. And the angel said
aate them. Be no: afraid; for, behold,
I bring yea geed tidings of great jey
which eaall be to all the people: for
there Is born te you this day la the
dty ef David a favlor. wbe te Cbrtet
the Lord. A4 thte te the alga aate
yo : Te shall Had a Use wrapped a
swaddling clothes, and lylag la a asaa
ger. Aad suddenly there was wlta the
aagel a multitude ef the heavenly keel
praising Ood. snd saying.
Olarr to Oaa la tb hlshatt.
A4 aarth aaaa antang aaaa la wkoas
fca I well Blaaaad.
Bay Ilome Bread.
When you buy breAd made In fcny
der, you keep Bnyder money at home.
Wo have Insulted quite a bit of ma
.hlnarv In nrAtkr tn tiA nrOViArAd tO
supply your needs and are home peo-
pie. Let's build our town rather than
tear down. 28tf
Ralph Mathtson, Prop
.U the Baptist Church.
M. ... . I I V- Vna
V 7 h n,H . CehTun
service at tho Baptist Church Sun-
day morning. "Tho American Home"
will, bo the sunKct tor tno eveninn ,he very tiptop of the Christmas tree,
sermon. Sunday school at 10 a. in. j Tne iiri8tiuas Angel lighted one of
Tho new song books have arrived. ,i,e fjuistmns candles so that she
Como out and help us slnjr, a book could sec to ww. Then shv took the
for ajj I rag doll In her lap and opened her
Jeff Eavls. Pator. ! workbng and set to work.
I First she stufM the rag doll's In
'sides with .lMiy of cotton so she
Mrs. W. 8. Adameon and mtle ...... ,. -n...., be sewed lier toes
daughter, Margarette, of Ranger, ar?
here spending the week with friends
In the city.
a Shipment of
I Mt4r'r4ieyk a- i
VJ LI laMftUU
Hi:itK hm om a very, very
old rng doll who lived In
a iiiirtery. She was so old
thut the had seen all the
children grow up the buy
who wore trousers now,
the girl who had her linlr
done in braids, the nddille
Mlzeil child who bad so
ofteu left the rus doll out In the gar
den tt nlht. There was only the buby
left hies his pink toes!
But the rag doll was very, very eld,
and one beautiful Christies time she
legan to show her age.
Her hair had bu combed so much
that it had ctnu cut dreadfully, aud
her nose, from a great deal of klsxlng,
was entirely gore. Hir pretty pink
check hud been Hushed sway "lien
the boy tried to teach her to slm In
the bath tub, and
all her clothe
were very untidy
The baby never
nollred all tbene
I b I n g . but the
toy did ; they fill
made the most un
kind ll-luHlL to
the rag d!l the
day before Christ
'uiaY "Look t your
dirty fa:e," sold
Hie l.ir,.' French
doll, -you'll be
I 'll !:i the attic to-nk-ht.
where i..e old dolls go." "Look at your
Ores." sold the jumping Jack. "It Is
all torn. I wouldn't walk acrosi the
nursery floor with you."
"Did you ever see such tbin hair?"
asked the hobby horse. "I thought ruy
tall was thin, but It Isn't to be com
pared with that I"
But Just then the nursery door
orened. and the Christmas Angel cam
I In. Ton could be perfeclty enre tnai
---- - - -
it was the Christmas Angel even If site
did bave on a gingham apron, because
l.er face shone so through the dsik.
"The French doll must go op to the
attic," said the Christmas Angel.
"There Is a more beautiful new best
"Why. the Jach-ln-the-lei has for
gotten how to Jump."
Too see the Jack-lu-tbe-bei bad beeu
se eitited about the rag doll's dres
that be bad broken his spring.
"The Jack-in-the-box must go up te
the sttlc. too," said the Christmas An
gi Then she went ever te the bobby
horse. "Poer. old bobby-horse I" she said.
"Tour leg Is very badly broken. I will
take you up to the attic until you
can be mended."
"There," the Christmas Angel said
at last, "the nursery Is sll tidy, and
ready for new toys but, dear me.
what's this? Why. It Is the little rsg
"Oh, please, de I have te go te the
attic, toor said the rsg doll. "It's
' "ry there and I know the best
T- wan 'the mice to
gnaw my toes!"
"Why, you dear old thing I" sa;d the
Christmas Angel. "Tou're the same
rag doll that I used to play with when
1 was little. You go to the attlcT Why,
I just guess not 1 We couldn't get along
1 without you in the nursery. You do
j mending, but 1 am going
lo m?W JUU, DI1U lilt.'" wu
. ....I II...., aliull nil oil
! " u, !iut new little
and blink" bhoes
on l.cr Mi. She
took n iKce of
tlontj, vli!.U ;oth
IUiV roveivd the
rng doll's dirty
fuce, n i id 1'iiliitcii
In blue ryes and
a fn.lllng red
mouth and vermil
ion rheek. She
mwI on a new
yellow vig; and
then she made a
pink and white
dress with puffed
sleeves and a white npion with striuga
to keep the drew iieun, and s piuk-and-whlte
checked unibcnnff to tie
under the rag (lull's chin end keep her
"I thiuk you will do now, you dear
old lb lug," said the Christmas Angel.
So It came Christmas morning, snd
there on the tiptop of the tree sat the
rag doll quite made over. The chil
dren thonght ber really the most bean
Ural of sll the Christmas things. As
for the rsg doll herself why, all -the
pleasure or her old days was as noth
ing to the happiness that was hers
now. -Carolyn 8. Bailey, tn Kinder
-; J D
Wo Knpvx, Ymi'rl CnmP H B00SOH
Season Proves That Men and
Women Are Friendly Beings.
Dssir t Msk Presents snS te
Chrful Shows Feepi Wish
t t ConQtnlsl.
ONE of Ui Cuest
Christmas Is its
you icnllty of It. At Christmas
thiie no eihortatlon is neieessry to,
make It go; Christmas never hss to
be msde a "success," as a parade or
a pageant. '
Christmas Is lu a certain serine snj
ustltutlon; it come at s certain date,
-acu year; it always has Its Christmas
tree, Its stocking, Its poultry dinner j
.-olored with cranberries. But It isj
une of those institutions that has nv-;
er been instltnUonited ; tt exist In'
he nature ef man.
Chrlstmss proves te as that men,
Aouieu and children are at heart,
."rlendly beings. The spontsnlty orj
hiitioas giving snd Christmas cheer
proves w hst people really went t be (
sood friends. j
Wsrs go on at ether times; men,
sod women quarrel smeng themselves
over property or over other men and
weiuen; artificial requirements are lm-j
ooaed that Incite to need, dishonesty!
tnd bitterness. But at Chrlstmss time
there comes over the brosd surf see of
ur western dvlllsstion, which Is pret
ty much llks other civilisations, a
treat reversion te type. Man wants!
jiost to be heppy, he wsnts to dance
ind sing snd to make other persons
isppy. At other times than Christ-i
nas something seems to be wrong, snd',
nan reasoos that someone else Is to'
At Chrlstmss time there la a gn
irsl forgetting of everything but be-j
'ng natural. Christmas Is the greet j
innusi "armlstlcs ef that portion of
mmsnlty that baa come to be segre
lated under the name of Christendom.
ChtlskMB Is the finest thing that
iu come out of Cbrlstiaulty, because
t Is the friendliest thing. Men and
- . . . .......ult aM4 1.aa1,K-I
.VdtllCfl lllv ikpi lllituini: miu livrniii-
'y ineddlers; the bi-nt psrt of their
Ives nnd the most of their happiness
Iimh not come from the tyranny they
xerclse or the repression they set
: or the rcl'oruuitp'i'.v cruelties they
ii'lict (ill i' i s.
At t'brlstin.n tlPM inon and women
faor-ontne Tieeouut of nc CSSnTTo
VJ r,: -V f j F rti! frei . f flffi;
."HiNii CAN DEPEND ON I
II1Y flF RHRKTMfl -r I
JU I III UIIIlIU I IllrtU I PerbsDS louie dsy there will b s I
IPW &.J '.;.--? rv.!'.?-:' .s Lorjij-.iDcr
TerbsDS some day there will b a
iort of OirlsUnas every day of the
resr. Tertians men and women will
e able to forget more often and more
'oniDletelv. and thereby live mors
.pnnliltp Dipi ! I ml ( I Inn nf liltlar
test VhZ frUnclal s'ntsgonlsttis Islnf
oth the cause and the effect or this
I'erhuns one of tli lessons of Christ
nns Is tbst have more to forget
:hn to lenni. netioit cs
We wre the recipient of a nice
Christmas present on Christmas eve
from Mr. D. P. Lane, of a pretty
walking cane. This cane was made by
Mr. Lane blrase:f out of a Scurry
mnntii rrnwth. We will Send this
present to tonv one of our friends
back easfi who will be delighted to
tcceive it. Wo thank you Mr. Lane.
Miss Lizzie Smith of Lubbock is
in the city visiting at the home of
t . JM Lane and other relatives.
Miss Ruby Forrester, who is
teaching near Tulta, is the guest of
Miss Lillian Fish, and other friends
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Ftark are ex
pected to arrive the latter part of
this week from Snyder to visit at
the bom of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Btark
for a few days. Seminole Sentinel
Misses Zada and Veda Maxwell,
teachers In the public school of Sweet
water, ar0 visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Maxwell.
Wayne Uoren, a student of the
State University, is here spending the
hniiitnvft wlthi his Durents. Mr. nnd
Mrs. I. W. Doren.
Mts. K. L. Hlgglns and Miss Nell
of Knur nro here this week visiting
revives aud old friends.
Mr. aud Mrs. O. P. Trueblood of
Pa'Ias are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Harvey Shuler, and meeting old
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That is what the
buyer has in mind
when he comes in
to see us about
what your neigh
bor knows from
his experience in
buying his land of
and what you are
assured of when
you ash your bank
er about any farm
or home recom
mended by us
You can depend
163 acres, well improved,
miles of Snyder; price
160 acres, Jraprod; ?
miles Snyder; price $27.60.
258 acres black land 5
mi!es Snyder; price $40.00.
160 acres, Improved; 3
1-2 miles , (Snyder; price
fiO aeree. Improved; 4
miles Snyder; prlco $46.00