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THE SNTDEJl SIG.VAL, SNYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1921.
Want Ads lirinz Kesults 10c n line each ?su - l"c
rrinimum prkv. No Classified Ads (rarpeJ. It's Cash
KOK SAI.K A fiirm for sale, houm
mid lot in Hormlelisli, ilio ihenp va
cant lot. H. N. ('iiinniliH'f , Ht-rmliii;li,
ADV. T) i" i to no-
Ilfy ymt 1 1 1 a t I have
for sal1. Fidiioy Johns"!
KOi; SALE Tim e m-. u Iinuse and j
two lots in Kaf t part c town. Fit :
further Information call M Sisnnl
FOIt TKAIK- -Good s'..r.,l
wagon for nooil buggy .c
Hoothe. Plionc 9043F21
FOR .SALK- Sent r.uide cultivator,
good as new. P. O. Lifter. Planters,
and ot Ik r farming. Implenwnts. Have
some good milk cow. A. K Wood.
ItouJrt No. 3, Pox 45. 28p
FOn IlKNT To furnished roonii
eVVse in. See Hib Taylor at Shog
-jnop. natement ot Court House. 29p
LOST An Elgin wilfct watch with
nam "Cammi" on It. Finder return
to Rev. C. G. Wrlsht and set .re
FOR SALE DaVed hay.
Phone O. L.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1920 Model
Ppeolal Six Studebaker, 6 paaenper
nr. tnoA mechanical condition, for
'aala or trade, stock or land.
ChM. M. Waters
Ira, Teias. 29p i
Singer Scwinj; Machines for sa'.e on
eaay terms at A. K. Duff Furniture
Company . SP-
FOR SALE A good fretb rrVk cow
J.'I. Rate. W
nte-u4M Sunday School C1m(.
Mre. Hugh TayVor entertained her
Sunday acbool class yesterday ewn
ing at her home in east Snydor, mak
in candy, playing game, with music
Interspersed was the principal enjoy
ment of the occasion.
Mrs. Taylor served cako and hot
chocolate, a delightful time was ex
pressed by thoae present.
Xfiss Maude Akr baa rectly
returned from Virginia, fiba wt',1 not
return now but will be at tone for
Miss Ruth Buchanan from Stvt
University, baa been spending the
holidays with home folks.
, Mrs. Eu!a Arnold and children, of
Abilene, are visiting her parent, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Thompson.
Subsc-iue for the Signal. 1 1 SO.
LOST-f H.' tV-Uernl P.ilaiiil-Chlna
miw. !l;'.l t!.. ! b til'.. Col out nf
pen lam Kiir).. f i ti ()! plitmrt notify
A. K. lies n " . ;! 2ii
j Vnt. Mri K.i! '
tit Hotel, limne !:
ill) Ji year o, I Kir!.
-m- l.u France, l.iju-
and rid. mi"
h .;i I'Ikh. huh black
'on tiitl. Finder pleas"
V.rifnrd, Koute 1, Hox
FOK P.K.VT Tai partly furnished
light hotiHe k.'ing rooms. Throe
bl'M kHvabt of Central tt hixtl building
l)'y Phone ii. 28c
FOl'ND Son,t money, owner can
pet ft by dewrlfinft same and paying
for this adv T J. nroxson. 28i.
FOR SALE C-cod Meat Hop. klfiht
ahout 300 pounds, See W. R. Shulti,
Phone 9044F11 29p
FOR SALE St Kuido cultivators,
rood as new. P. it O.tlater, nlant-
and other farming Implement.
-.lave some pood milk cowh. H. E.
Woo1, rout No. 3. Box 45. 28p
LOST To cartons of Prince Al
bert smokint? tobacco. Lost between
the square and Santa Fe track. Find-
I m mat .
r bring to SigtiU omce or r. w-
"(here and f.ft reward. Z9c
Now is the time to subscribe for
the Signal. $150 per J-oar.
Now is the time to subscribe for
the Signal. 11.60 per year.
Amounts received as compensa
tion. family allotments and ollaw
nnres under the war risk Insuraneo
and. (yocatlonal rehabilitation acts,
or as pensions from the Government
for military or na.val service in time
of war may be exempted from income
tax returns ot ex-servico men. The
exemptions were obtained following
ii appeal made by the American
Legion's legislative committee. Thi
tax exemption also extends to "con
tribution of clfU for the use of
poota of tho Lcpion or the women's
Auxiliary units thereof."
"I congratu'.ate poor young men
upon being born to the necessity of
devoting themselves to hard work.
Mayor Jim Pagan of Lona Wolfe
vi a plencant visiter at our office
this week. He was accompanied by
W. A. Wtbb of the same community. 1
ty Oti.'lu Frances Pfeiffcr
.v. v .S"it-r I'nlun.)
ilKI'.i; li.nl (iiinx i (rreut
tlniiki' ncr .Iii'l'Oii Mnrsh
'I'li.n i !. bilrf i..i(i; of a
jfiir iitnl '(.ilur Ciovc tiinr
riv.;. M.trhli had i:iiuilj
1 1 1 1 : (In liolll:iy a v. Il'l.
rio'.i us hitiis.i:i u! rrrelry,
Ml. Il HX 'V! lIl'K lijl til
tun ii " I i 1 ribiit ins tiim- r)
li.i l.i c;.iai"U'l Jiic') In i i
iI.:i;ki. 1 ti ? ti ! ; 1 f i k In n I'.-t (iuM IimV,
o i.i n.::,v lunnt. lining ii Irirnr'..iiifc' ;n
tlv.T.i. A!a luol ln il'sb'i.r 1 M.f
pi t''1- . l i'r i f ChrlHtuia. urA ' i
font j i. of Ni-w Veur'", but J, ! t
Villi I'iIi; n rloi bi Iilrj r'
inft'.in d (j ..rtly mi hN rntioh, I'.ud to
fiutnl fn-i-Iy to ili.irlly and ui.ty li
raw hitd fHft.ed ni.l .U ::;'
In iMfi'- (-ti'i'i! n:i'l linn as on;i witIk'.vi .
pdl of tl.e iiif fneiT.nKiy li.titi.Mti'1
ihnt hi bud refornnMl und hn! ?hk n
"the tri'ti.l.v, goody ilpd(il''
No ul.c could tl'ine the UII- vt lb
ri'it,:irub ultirntbin lu tiuii.i.ir :.u
d. td 1 1 1. Muri-li blinstlf nod !
rnf a c:v ii.niir:rd m.-in. Pii' rrr
CIhiIjh KfVfTi' Mispi-rtiil, lint If rr
fbe htild ri.!(.Ii!C- sb, I'.nd utrii t
jllie rrud', wild settli'inent lo ImIi
j TI.e Mftri-ti rsuih was tru mAet Iron.
,thc ctt!tir.cut and flu-re was no n!ioa.
tn Its ImmeOlnte vicinity. Its .wnei
'vn n young tnnn not over twenty flvi
.yeis ef Lge, but be maintained qutti
jat ettbMiaiiiueut. H!s wMoweJ slttei
hud lived wllh him until khe died
jeuvlr.i; a hy, puny little girl, Mutlo
l!t;e, who was liHUze(I by Marh.
I "I hare come to Me yott about iu;
; little u!ece, Mls Rerere,"
j Mirth, and bli face and tnsncer did
I not belle what she had heard cf Ml
Iclhg a veil educated member if s
pior&Uitt.t Kstftem fninlly. "She It
' I'tceorte where wc live; ue?tr Lai
sd.t jowg roinpsDlons. I hare he&rd
of your kindly enre for these lltil
("uw;, Wou't eu find her a food
bonvdlr.g place In the town and srt of
1 took after l.ii-r
' "c.o fci.fiii l.o an own ltUr.'
replied W.m Revere spontaneously
taklr.g the hy, reticent child lu I
j tender embrace, otid the result wai
(that little Madeline became an oct-
wt,t of tb home where Miss Rt-vir
w I ..11. .1 .
once a wen k juuson aiarsu cwiin, u
raxa half an hour with Madeline. Up
.ou each succeeding visit It pleased bin
l to note the (hang for the better Ir
tb child. Her devotion to her tnuh
ir was soraelhinir pathetic. This wai
the period when Jodson Marsl
changed bis course of life. A time to
.wheu the merest passing word wlU
i Miss Revere seemed to causa him U
(l!ft Lis heud higher, and the Infiuenc
'of a worthy nsolte was aotkeubl
In Ms bronzed. ImpivsMve face.
I it wan about a month before Chrict
'uias when the settlement was vliltec"
b Marsh on horseback. There wn
iMimeihliig about him that reminded ol
j I.Js old time brlbkness and forcible
lii-eratlve wajs. In turn he vl6ltei
tv.tnty of f!' len'Jliiii men ana prv
I lavnted to n-h bl roiosltlon. Tlnu
I jws when anything Msrsh suRgester"
I ,wa carried out from motlvM of polU-y
lavnted to arh his n-oposltlon.
In the iTisuiit Itiiitiincc he found will
'iti auditor. itiii'icHted ond sympa
i "It'fi fihotit a ( bi l'tinns present foi
' Mi-s Itcvire." jM Marsh. "I un
'dtiKtund Mif Is a roMclnt muKlr.'nn
'n n.l there len't n piano In the jlara
Sl-o has been royally good to all of out
children, little M.uiclliie among them
'I'll bead the fubscTlptlon list."
! . "A in) who'll
! 'if.' lit?' ,!io cf
pUU nut the Initru
tbu town committee
' nivii nxkeil.
1 ' "Oti. I'll Kn to 'lfy .nt'l r.'ieuc
Unit. Von caii iru.st uic, lioys,"
ii!."vtr."l M:ir'i I'v'.i'iwy, wt.i
ttlilnj of i. t';yir myself yoait
.:.n. No.v !... I So be a .-rrei
Ti nt v:: utri"') upon. Alo t! wni
nrranxed s that on (.'hrlstimis Ev
i.c M-iiiihirs i;vk a concert In honni
of their devoted teacher. The I'lnnt
bin) been Minified Into the home at
.iul while sl.e was a the schiMilliuu
. n ine biM.ie n lone, as It wal
i!nniieil tint !ie should. She iwttceif
U i.f 1
i llflit in the ti'use us she nearcd it
',n she titteil the hey to the doiir a
, mi renin of rre'y imtslc met her ear.
"I he next moment be s-to.nl ct lh
There nt the piano sat Jrdson
Mnrtdt. He wu softly plnylng "l.ove'l
til, I SMi-cf Soiif.' Cliiilys noted a
reath on the (iinno holding a card
hi; nl il.se rfiirt n:
"."uViry ClirlsiuiiH A tokeo of lov
r.iii""he iit-up!" of CVdor Grov."
ib: it N t-.. possible " begua
Ciiifys "' n'ite down from emo
fori Ami 'hen n the hand of Judaor.
M:ir-b ;."i-i:I.t il:s;cil !( own, wlib
ili'.in'-ii mid happy, happy
;ie:in be iiiicti.il to his fervent
;.o.v.i: it'ilo ii. vt- tbut had tnada
'.!:l : ' '. i
and patronage that
has been extended us
the past year and wish
you':'a"very happy and prosper
ous New Year.!
Many sick and wounded ex-soldier
who traveled far to obtain treatment
in tho army any navy hospital ut
Hot Springs, Ark., are In destitute
circumstances after they have been
refused admission to the hospital, ac
cording to national headquarters of
tho American Leelon. Only the Sur
geon General ot the army or the
IT. S. Veterans Bureau can admit
men to treatment there.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Rogers and
family havo returned to their home
In Snyder after enjoying Christmas
in the city as guest aof Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Harkihs. Mra. Rogvs and
Mrs. Harkin.s are sisters. Sweetwa
Miss Caroline and Clara May
Couch of Abilene are visiting in the
Top market pile paid for chick
ens and eggs. 29c
J V.'. TEMPI-ETON.
V. Roberts whl lias b-.-eu r
sidins out on Ennis creek for a good
many year3 biut moed with his fam
ily to Spur.
Mr. Piutt. ot the Puett Drug store
Is on a trip this week to De.'domoni.i,
Gorman an dother place.
Mrs. Tremble, o$ Seminole is the
guet of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
'! C. Buchanan.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Staten
Christmas at Rrownwood.
name SAPOUO is
on rve'y package.
NewYorii U. S.A.
Friday Night and Sat- g
The second episode of "Purple
Riders," a Thrilling serial of
Western Adventure starring
Also Neil Shipman in
VOMAN'S WAR" with
Comedy "Pals and Pups.
"1 ittle Miss Rebellion."
Picture with a good Comedy.
We will admit a friend frc
admission Saturday Matinee,
.it 1 o'clock, p. in.
"Monroe Hopkii 1'i.i
For Every Room in the Houso
Jr tlie liilchtn SAPOUO cleans pots, pans,
oljcJoth and cutlery; in th bathroom
SAPOLIO c Scans porcelain, marble, tiling
the wash basin and bathtub; in the
hallLSsy SAPOUO cleans painted wood
vo'?:, doers, sills and concrete or stone
See that the
a 2 reel Biff V.
Dorothy Gish in
sex I .i t