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THE SNYDER 8IONAL, SNYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 80. If 11.
;V rKACK DOLLAIt TO DK
;' FIRST CHANGE IN DKSIUN
IS TWENTY-FIVB YKAIW
San Kranclsco, Calif. Dec. 2,
Kay Baker, United 8tatos director of
mints at Washington, who ia here
pending his holidays, described the
new "peace dollar
which fa to be
T "Inasmuch as there bus hoen no
change in the design of the silver
dollar since 1878. I thought that the
I time was ripe for a new design."
' Haker said
mo in provides mat me uesign
i:unnot be changed within twenty.
fle years hut that nfter thut period
fc it may be changed with the approval
,,f the Secretary of the Treasury. This
having been secured, the committee
on fine arts instituted a contest in
which eight of the leading sculptors
of the country engaged. The award
went to Anthony do FrauciBcl.
"On ona side of the new coin Js
ta new Liberty head with Liberty'
"written across tho top and '1921'
Ikn t.aaa (In tti roVPrnA nld the
American eagle is aiscioseu sianuing
In" repose on a mountain poak with
nt olive branch In his claw. To the
right of the eagle Is a rising sun
marking the dawn of a new era. At
he top of thp mountulii peak is the
.o.d 'Peace' end at the top of the
cola is the familiar "P Plurlbiia
ITuum' and T". 8. A.' and 'One Dol
lar' disposed as In all the United
Before lea visit; the K.ist. Mr. Uak
er arranged for the coinage of the
new silver dollar nt the Bhladolphla
Q. E. Casey and wife of Urecken-rldg-.
Is visiting the Utters parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Condra.
THg UNIVERSAL CA !
Chassis $445 j
jtT NS. F.O.B.DHfM
jy I Wit Pn I
U 1 I l k V mmttf Tlrae I!
II J - wX 7 fi Vk mnmnlmkla
if fit VZlIN. a Him
The One-Ton Truck,
Th Ford One-Ton Truck firtt mdittppwJ
to the fanner and the merchant because of the
merits of Ford Cara. And it made Its wonderful
reputation and treat aalee record becauae It lived
up to every claim made for it
The reliable Ford Motor, tha apacial Ford ateel
chaaaia, tha aluminum bronaa worm-drive, all
combine to produce a truck of unusual power,
capacity and strangth truck that laata in
serrlcet a truck that solves the haulage problem
at very small operating and upkeep eipenee.
Hence the demand for the Ford One-Ton Truck
is constantly on the increase.
For tha good of your busineea, whether it be
farming, merchandising of manufacturing, you
ahould coma in and look over tha Ford One-Ton
W are prepared to famish the Ford Track ea.olppea'
cither with Standard Of Special Oeartnf . The Stand
aid Qaarinf the track a marimom of power,
The Special Qaarinf Increases the speed of the irech
fan five to seven mile an hour, oaaverdnff it tot
rest Delivery Car.
JOE STRAYHORN, Dealer
FELT LIKE AS IRON
HAND A!M)l ND HKAI
Till-, in How Iorhburff, Vv Wotiirvn
Dwlarfd Her Headaches Of.
ten Affected Her.
Everybody will read with interest
the statement of Wins M. E. Wood
ford. 1808 Filmore St.. Lynchburg,
Va., who says:
''I don't believe anybody ever suf
fered from headaches like I did. The
pains felt like an Iron baud was bo-
Ing drawn around my head and my
temple wouVI throb until T wss
driven almost distracted I shudder
when I think of those iiwful hiid
arhe. I had no appetite either.
'1 owe Tanluc an everlnstinc debt
of grutitude for entirely ridding ue
of those terrbile headaches My
stomach has been toned up too, and
everything I citt niirees with tn- now.
Tatihu certalnlv hrnuKht m health
Tii lilac Is sold in Sutder by (Jray
um drue Compiiny.
Tlii Wiw nn KgK.
Mr. W. D. Huffman exhfited at our
oflk-e the other day an egs th.it
measured 8 1-2 inches the nn;
and 6 1-4 liK'hi-H around,
weighed 4 ounces. There may
larger -rm than this one. but
was in the family of large epus
.ltili-lu- llrailgliou Oild'ui'.
Wt!l guarantee good positions to
a few more young men und won-11
who cau begin training at our-. "''
er at College or by Mail
r;it-s extended few days f,i aifiiatt-s
earn from $&T to $12".. Money
Imrk contract insures you similar po
sition. Wrlt totlav. Drawer 3. Ab
We buy Chickens, Turkeys, Eggs
THE WHITE PRODUCE CO., Inc.
'Prcsrpio," Instead of Chriitmn
Tree In Italy and Spain.
Is Repreeentstiee. f the Plsoe
Where Baby Christ Lay In
G1RL8 sud boys of Italy aod .Spain,
which art called ths Latin vouu-
ulrs, never haof up their stocking
at GbriNtmif time, aur do they bare
fhrlstmas trees. Krli Krtntgle sod
Santa Clau are Gerumn sslota sod
the Chrtitmae tree catne nut of the
Weriuxn fniesn long, leog sgo, when
tha nations of northern Kurni were
furent tribe. It I the unrtheru no
)s the Herman. siidlnvUin
ad English, all of whom are descend
ed from old Teutonic tribe - wtii Wp
Christmas si Amerlreni d.
Intleml of the ('brlelitiHo tire.
Iiiillnn uni Soauiili !o) and girls
tie the prelplo. ' l'r4lplo" incoiit
lining!-, end It l a rrireseiaHtion
"f I lie manger where the Iml.y '"hriit
lay in IXhleNrni. If I pivfcuicd In
llfTerent Ajr. Suilietililfa it hyrt
I'li'y Innldt nf I lie t.H I ti w ln'i e 'I f
Bud) Mild Illy luollii!- lay. ,c..
epi, tl.e Tlirce lo Men und tl.e ni!-
111111.1 ii'ikiii. S.iin.-r Inif it (miu a
li 1 i I ;.! i". with the Im M-n rmiitix n
fool or Iimi -i.iiHi-k. or on ilniike.v,
K I i (heir gifm lostie Ninldi. Smn.
t ine !ii iiiiiii;-i ! itti: II ti f more
tin-II a foot "i.iiTe. SiMii.'tii.ies it
iarjr in ''i to n'ii;i;. iI.h w hole tnd
i' a K'ojii. it in imiii on t inHrd
f...i'i.lM'j..n und ! iniulo of w I. with
'arrli. iwld.lv,, d.li-d kui-. and leaves
f'Hikni' iioiic . vii.'" 1 1 .r tlcirea
Hrv i-iiO.-d of w I. ..I ii-i-hni4 little
ilolU m:v iim- I. hII wiy liuvfully mid
' e alo.rn;vli 1 1 - I l.y iln girls. Some-
iiines liroik kihI InUry r Imeiilnu-ily
-i'ii-viilvd ii iper, ulsn r
' Ih'ih-'icv S unot I iiih tli. whole Is
I roiili mid rude. Inn unlii It li very
iiently Hint lo'initlfiiil.v dune, and I
; n'liilnt mii I Itiu-rcMing wlimi all com-
i 'I'll I'reiK'li. vilin fliv half I.Btln uQd
hnlf leutoiili- in their uttkeur. mix
I tti vusri.iiis, nf I nit ii rai'e-4 In 'heir
' i'hrlinian keeping. They huild lha
manger und they also gle ili I tit -
dren prevnlh ; only. Instead .if lumg
I 'ng tier mocking, little Krenvlt M.ib
i elte puis out her ehoea The frenvh
i all the niMtiger 'Vivche." uid In ivuu
try ri'lage In Frame VMiiipuulHa of
children still go froiu Iioiim to house
on t Mill i( mm eve. carrying the ciechp
snd singing i'lirltnia rrol. Sonie
tlmea they help to ballet a henutiful
Isrge creche In the village church, over
which they re very pr-i! and d
llghteil. Santa Claus
J I IKN tie evnli;-( nhail.i-. Kithi-r
lid ills (uiiv im riyui
Yon i' tin hear, if you will linen, Mr
tin nil Mini icnlli knock.
Then you'd better huttle Uvlytlme your
cv.-nliiR frayen were laid
And em.li loy and girl well tucked In
-.l.iir nil', downy l! lied.
I-"or tvlien Mr. daml Mi hnocKihg
bi.mii:i1 the attxiiKl. you niy know
Sam ClBiia l clo);y -ati-h'ng from hli
paluce tmill of enov.
Aui live iliildi rn tliKt are iiti-jgl'ly rut
iloti t inn il then mu'a and pa'a
i.a( tt.elr nan.ea down In the "Hail Book"
UiHt In kept by Septa fUua
Mo wiio iiev-.- 11U the kindling, and
the lrli who alwaye cry
Wliei they're axfed to wh tl.a ijiehea-
Santa Huts hie sot hie eye
on euch boys and eu le. and watchee with
a ead and eony look
Aa he write tath name In mirrow on the
pace of hie book.
And the gUi alio raver h irrlee. but leu
niauiiiia do the aurk.
And the bey who's alwaye i-hemlng all
hie Utile choree lo ehlik
They may think no one paye notice wher
(hey doi, t hel) uia'a and pa's
But their nainea are on the "Bad Book
that li kil by San'a flaus.
But old Santa keepa a "(Jood Book" II I
Uie beneet book of all,
Where he wrltea the nainea of children
who aie pron.pt at duty'a call.
And the boye who epllt the kindling ant
the glrle who never chirk
Hut rite early In the morning and hell
mamma with the work;
And tha boye who never (rumble whes
there's work for them to do.
And the glrle who help their minima.
till the hrm- m k le all through
Oh, they n ! 'i ii worry when It'i
Chrletmaa itiim, loH-auee
All their name are In the "Good Book"
that la kei by Hanta (lau
le your name i the "Bad UookT"
Well, then le ami a chance for you.
And If you will Helen t me. I will tel.
you what to do.
Don't act naughty, don't talk rudely, don't
be noliy. be polite:
Uet up early In the -nomine, and Into bet)
early at night.
Cheerfully perform ea'h duty, do youi
work before ynu play.
.Vever put o(t till tomorrow work the-
hould be done todey.
If you do theie thing, dear children
It will pleaee o o ma's and pa'e.
Ane your naniee go in the "(lood Book
that la kept by "anta Claua.
A YULE MESSAGE
Cnristmai Spirit. Peae and Goo;?
Vill Should Prevail.
Bi Happy and Aid Otps'i
the Enjoyment of tit
i here U a
ill T.'tki t.li
mys Ic 111 be
;,rit und uiitur
hewn iifnl eattli. lietwren 'i 'd a'.'l !
iiiiiii. .Vol .slruue is 11, t.:er. th;it on
iliv li. kill nl the i..."t vvoiidruua l!'to
i I ) luii seen, toe iite aeiiled KaIi's
-liij'il.f onri and .s..n f iir .gv;i vi
tMiliie tin at'-lieis nil I'.ci Ulvln'tli's
WIimi is the m-.-ivI of I tie uu aiji.U-I
i hiiii i liroiigM t) Hilt, hrltfl.lest day lu
tiine a i Hlvnrlar t Why Is the season
-i. urged wii sir li glu'lnes-i Why do
men and women f-cl that they cau lay
dovu their vslug bufdtTis and their
fH.-e emlle again with the faith and
Joy of chlUhuud's cars-free days!
It Is the rsyt Influence of the au
gellc toog ou the ntral night, 'Tesce
on Ksrth." To s hinusutty distract
ed, troubled by doubts snd fesrs.
wounded by sin und imitten by con
science, dor bends m ineBssge: "Fear
not, 1 mu ur Kailier. I ,tv you a
Ssvlor frotn sin find misery. You sre
my children. My heavenly peace I
hiesthe upon you " And In this sweet
pledge of divine remeiuhrstice sud
fatherly love f tiovl at pence with
men a wiive of tt':iiniill Joy floods the
Hut, agiiln, It Is ii n evongel to uiau
of peace with hinisvlf. Every in a a
limls discord In tit.- own being. Ills to
uertnont pet soimlliy Is the seat of an
tsgonloua. He Is au Inritrjrucnt out
The piluial harmony of his
-plrlt is broken, lie la st war with
himself. HU baser (r!ves with his
higher noture. Soul und body war
ugalnst each other. Hut "on earth
pence." chant the seraphic choir. R'i
gsnl the liniige of (ioil Mtuinped upon
you. Put dou the low and base. Let
the aplrlt rul and the body serve.
Plnaily. the fhristnmstldo should
fcreathe the aplrlt of peace la our busi
ne and in all the relations of life.
I'speclally In our home we cho culti
vate the iirlstmas spirit, dl.spluctug
their frei'iieni dlix'oiiteiits, fault flnd
ings and contentions with pence au.1
For this glad time, a least, let us
all he he'ter tneti and women; le.-s
belllsh. more kindly, easier to live with.
And how uiuch happier wl!l we be if
'his Christinas spirit Its cheery glow
mid kindly wannih - stay with u nit
through the year! Junius It. Remeti
snyder. THE YULETIDE FLAME
Spark in Hearts of People Can
not Be Quenched.
Have Deelre to Maks Fsllowmeo
Happy uy Gift or Words of .
T l.l I III It hutted, nor elivy,
II. Ii..f 1.11 the legions Of Ugly
htiuiMii piisstons that assail the heart,
nor rtincor between Individuals, nor
national lurt for power, enn extin
guish it. They inny dim hut they can
not quench the spur I" in the heart of
man whl. h impels him, as every wan
ing year lirings (he Christinas, to try
to make n few or his fellowmun a lit
tle happiec. often It Is by the method
of the c f:, pel haps something that
cosis hinnlieds of dollars, maybe only
a penny card bearlug an Inscription
of goiMl cheer. I'reqiiently it is some
thing IniHiig'bif. thn whole-souled
woid of greeting to the old lady In
a shawl who sells you your paper,
or the sinil of comradeship which you
give the conductor who puuehes your
ticket, or i lie elevator man who takes
yon up to your nfflce (fellow workers
all). It Is not giving that counts, not
the bestowal of something valued In
dollars and cents, the transference of
something frotn your hand to anoth
er's. That Is s purely mechanical
process, which may or may not cre
ate hHpplness. No; It is the longing
lo give, the desire to ha the cau of
To wish to help others Is the oldest
passion in the world - even a little
older than the Impulse to overcome
others. And It Is the deathless pas
aioii as well. It needs no Christmas
day to keep it ullght. but as long as
Christmas continues to provide fuel to
make the flame of good fellowship
burn brighter, that day will continue
to be the richeat V.4 hours In all the
Now is the time to subscribe for
the Signal. 1.30 per year.
KcMjIution from Arvli humlji fkhool
Kucouraged by the resolution
adopted by (be Curlntirt u people of
Snyder, offered lu remonstrance to
thn spirit of lawlessne.-j which has
been for months sweeping our coun
try, and from whose ravages very
community is suffering.
Specifically mentioned nre the car
nival dens of vice, and race track
And whereas the corrupting Influ
ences are felt In every community,
And whereas, we foel that every
! community should lot IU voice be
heard In condemnation of all lawless
ness and Immoral Influences that la
rorrttptinff to th youth of our coun
Therefore be It resolved by the
Sunday school and law ahtdin? citi
zens of Arah,
That we heartily Join with Snyder
In condemning all such, vtc and
r,'f it r w
ii r '-''i . VIl . .S
TTHE p-jrehaser who
tire miles knows
After a thcrcugh teat with the McClaren Autocrat
Cord ajjasnit any other cords over the mountain
into tht; Imperial Valley on ona of the California
stage lir.w, the McClaren Autocrat Cords gave 34
superior service over any other make used. As a
result, McClaren Autocrat Cords are now being
used on sta j work oer this hard drive.
It is worth-v hi ! economy. A buyer of tires has
the ri-fht to yet genuine dollar-for-dollar service
Every motorist should analyze the features of tha
tires he buys, in order to judge just how much
they wi.l contribute to long life and satisfactory
mileage. Notice in the McClaren Autocrat Cord the
special features deaigne-d to promote service.
Come in today and let us discuss these remarkable
features with you features which have proven in
tests to tjruir-ntee to the user lonj tire life and extra
Autocrat Cord J)
King & Brown
R. L. Teiz,
riel to 1it lin
ua virtmu uuiue on' a viait lo Mrs. JL I'
immorality nd donountu them as
beyond the to!eratlin of any Chris
tian or Uw abiding cit'ten.
Arah Sunday BHooI, '
Kditor K. A. Warren and wife of
the Post City Toat, were rlsltlof rol
ativoa In the city this week.
look like new
he-? r i im
.fmw m M-sra r.
ffM B Mm :
WW i MM :
keeps careful check on hi
his exact cost.
doRpomli'iit, out hi--..
in the state
athcr and his
ihney were with
nnd his family heve
(yinpHthy of their many
Mrs .Wavnn Boren hsvo
"flo Ft. Worth fur t--4.qi, trip.
im Ktta Ciirnoll tt.' ""V
wanted to share the oi.nlrntH
parso with Bob, but the pirn
litely Wlir.ed and went b-ii-k
woik ai if it wus tin m .i
rk. The purno tiita.m'.l
dollars, but it uicnut tmicli to t
who owned it and its reio
alwaye will be n-iiirnibervd - i'
ituile. Bob won't R't s hrri.
for the job, but it provod t'
nio'u! thut ia in bim nml v
the oet'S.nion ariwe wh.-re t--v
rtHiuired Bob Bolrs will In- li
.f.ie pooda niiliout tli if of