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Mr. uiul Mrs. uMuutuu Hopkins
riayers, whu played the Cozy Thea
tre here Ut winter a:e n'turnius
next week with the "beat show' they
have over had, that is if reports are
true that we have from other towns
where they have played.
The show is playing Lubbock thi3
week, wild the poople who paw the
...how said that it was the best they
have, ever een in this part of the
country. They ur nt able to seat
the people at the Lludsey Theatre
there this week on account or the
popularity cf the company.
They nre using all new plays tuts
season, have twelve people and Ja
orchestra. The openjing play Is "Bd
lieve Me Xantippe", n comply la
three hcLh. There will be new vaudfr-
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vine bottvevn in, acw oi me piay,
.Mr. Hopkins has succeeded In get
tin r some clover vaudeville perform
ers, besides Wmself and wife, that do
some real vaudeville between the acts
of the- plays.
Admission Is the same as last year.
30 cents for children and 60 ceots
for adults. Doors open at 7:00, show
starts tit 8:00.
Uhen in need of a Plumber, Call
152. Frank Darby. 29c
Subscribe for the Signal. $1 50.
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rvirrr rnro corrAinr, south
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will shoy Hint we have succeeded In
obtaining some very exclusive fabrics
for men's apparel. You will not find
such suitings elsewhere. We are tak
iug orders for suits from these cloths
to !). made up In the very latest fa
shion Ideas. W shall bo glad to show
you tin advance stylos plates and to
tak your order for the suit model
j ou prefer.
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Uhv Club OrKanlwtf.
!u another column of this issue
will bo found the announcement of
the organization of a music flub.
This organization Is mad up of wo
men who ore music lovers and who
understand music and who aro cap
abto of being critics nlonj the mu
If we understand the intention of
tbis dub com-ctly. together with
other things, they will have a reg
ular organized glee club and which
wi.'i be prepared to render sel- ctlons
on all occasions.
Snyder Is very fortunate In having
so many women who are capable of
handling this kind of work and en
tertainment, and there Is nothing In
our opinion that Ismore refined,
derating and entertaining than a
well organized Olee Club. Voca' mu
tic is inspiring and especially so
when it comes from well trained and
Wo are oapectlng great things
from this organization.
Top market prloe paid for chick
ens and eg?s. 29c
J. W. TEMI'LETON.
Philip Yongo came In from Amarll
lo this week In future will be asso
ciated with hts father, A. Yonge, Sr.
In the practice of law with offices
over W. O. Stevens store. Post City
We are this week moving our grocery department to the building just back of First
State Bank & Trust Co. with connections through our main building on the old grocery
side. This gives us better opportunity to supply the needs of the farmers, and will not
hinder our service to the town trade.
Our Hardware and Furniture department will be in the
where you will find a complete stock of everything you will
We are striving to place ourselves in position to render you
1922 than we have in the past, to the end that we may all enjoy
STORE CLOSES AT 6 O'CLOCK EACH DAY KXCEPT SATURDAY UNTIL
THE SNYDER SIGNAL. SNYDER. TKXA9. fRIDAT. DEC. 80, ltll.-
nrother Methodlbt, 1 know you had
u good time last Sunday taking din
ner wlth"wlfe's klntolks" but some
of you forrot to sen; In your offer
ing for our Orphanage. I feel sure
that you want In on it yet. so we
will give vou another opportunity
phanuge or superanuate preachers, In
If your offering U modo to thu or
riicate on -our check so that It may
be nppliec there.
Our Flrt Quarterly Conference
wl!J be held in the basement of the
churcti Saturday evening at 7 o'clock
my urged to be there.
IJrotber Stewart, our new Elder
Dec. 31. Ml are invited to be pres
ent and (ill of the official members
v 111 be w ith us and will preach for
us Sunday morning und evening.
Let's bepin our new year with a
renewed consecration to Cod and His
C. K. Jameson. Pastor.
Hon. K. F. Smith assistant Attorney
General, and wife sre here this week
from Austin, visiting tho letter's
parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Puchan
un. Me Md. a MitJte,
We had it t0 say last week that
"more than a mllliod dollars worth of
Ford Cars were sold this year" and It
should have been more than a mll'.lon
cars were Hold In 1921.
Mrs Dawson Parker, of McAlistor
Okla.. and baby, aro here visiting
Mrs. Parker's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
F. C. Alnsworth of Arah.
Mr. McCurdy and family are visit
ing at Honey Grove. Hugo, OVla.,
nnd other points
As a part of it Christmas program
the American I.ecion of Omaha, Neb.,
snt Mrs (Mario Anderson. fiO years
old, to Iavenworth, Kans., to visit
her son. The boy is serving a sen
tence for an offenne committed after
ho ran away from home at sixteen
years to Join th army. Tie served
d'irine the world war.
.Ceo. iVxilin drifted in this week to
see the old friends at Snyder. Mr.
Doolin haa b.n n in business at Dallas
and report havlnc a good business,
but had sold out
niMtrlct Court Coorene.
District Court oponed Monday, Dv.
t6th with Judge TV. IV Ilie on
The following clvl! cases we-re
S. W Grimes vs. N. C. Itchor.
Continued for service.
A. K. Dennis, et ui. v3. M. H. NVltt.
pHs;ed for settlement.
N. H-. Ikwla, vs. J. I- lU-rry and
Olin May. Judgment fAr plaintiff.
F 4: M. National Bank of Fort
Worth vs. K'mt-r G:rduor and M. 1).
Gardner, Judgment fof plaintiff.
(Mrs. Mary Oliver vs. ElUnbeth
Lockleur, continued by agreement.
Itaukln Thompson s. Sam si.ind?rs
et nl continued for bit vie.
Western Compress and Storage Co.
vs. M. C. Robinson, set for Jn 2.
Kir.it State Dank of F.luvan:i vs
l:. S. & V. Ry.. set for Jan 2
W. S. Hoatman and Mary T. t'.oat
man vs. William MllVr. set for today
Kockwell llros. Co., v. J. C. Hay
ler and Clements, passed till Tues
day O. I. Wllklrson l.br. Co., s G. TV.
Ghrner, passed pending sett!ment.
Dewey TVoody and Miss Dertha
Wilhelra were married th first of
Mr. Woody Is, a young business
irum of Snvder nnl Miss Wllhelm Is
the daughter of Mr. aSntMrs. F. T.
Concrattilations tothe hapnon.
F. If. Taylor was iu 'our--oiii
one day this week and said that his
foot was getting most well again He
got it mashed pretty badly som time
,ien when a car ran over It
An order It-sued by the Secretary
of the Navy and construed as affect
ing adversely the retention of dis
abled men working in rovernmeut
shipyards was protested in a rtsolu
tion passed by District Lodge Ne 4 1
International Association of Maehln
ists. In convention, Washington, D. C.
The American Legion's national
headquarters has thanked th labor
organization for Its co-operation "In
obtaining a square deal for sick nnd
disabled former service men."
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Smith svent
Christmas nt Knox City.
rfoncK in Probate.
THE STATE OF TEKAS.
To .the Sheriff or any Constable of
Scurry County. Greetlnj:
You are hereby commanded to
cause to be published once each week
for n period of tweaty days before
the return day beerof. In a news
paper of general circulation, which
has been continuously and regularly
published for n period of not less
than ono yeur in said Scurry county,
a copy of the following notice:
TUB STATE OF TEXAS.
To all persons interred in the po
tato of T. J. Stuart, .ieceased. TV. V.
Jonen bus filed an application In
the County Court u? Scurry county,
on tho 29th day of D.c niber, 1921.
for appointment a administrator of
tho estate of T. J St.mart. docraned
which said npplicatior. will heard
by said court on th "Hli day of Jan
uary, 1922, at the Court Housv of
said County, In Snyder, at which time
all perosns Interested in said estate
are required to appear and answer
said application, should they desire
to do so.
Herein Fail Not. but have you be
foro said Court, on the first day of
tl next term thereof, this writ, with
your return thereon, showing how
you have executed the same.
Witness my band uid official seal,
ut Snyder, this 29th dy of Decem
fSeal) Kate Cotton, Clerk,
32 County Court. Scurry County. Tex.
Top market prii pild for chlck
rand eggs 29c
J. AV TKMPLETON.
w-. (T b.
fy WSOth Vntui 1uh.
Met Tf.n,sday .ift-rnoon in the
home of Mrs. O'Ji Proton After
sj short bus'ness niwiin a very In
teresting program was rendered.
The hostess servd delicious re-f.e.-l-ments
l;iv. Lockett Adair wl'! bold a
ie-(al meetln!? nt Pf:t bg'nnln.
.inn iary 1st. 122 The lo: p.ople
have greeted a new auditorium under
which the service will b? held.
When in need of a Plumber, Call
lf.2. Frsnk Darby 29c
Mayo M. A. Fuller and family are
visiting in Fort Worth this wek.
old Grocery department
need in Hardware and
even better service in
a happy and prosperous
We writ? fire insiirauoe oil any
thing lusurable. Wo represent the
bent old Line companies iu tho world.
HOilEX & ERWIN ,
N TV. Corner Court Houae.
We rtprtiKfnt the Missouri Stato
Lifts Iniuranc Co., They write a very
attractive policy. Protect yourself
and fami' against want. Let us ex
plain It t- you.
ROUEN & Eft WIN,
Northwest Corner Court Houso
Ah-triM-t. and lrpil Inrutiients.
Let u prepare your Land Tltl4
und writo your deeds, releases, etc.
Nottiry Public iu office.
HO It EN & EltWIN.
Northwest Corner Court Hons.
We w! l Lin Saturday Dec
and Jaiii'jrv 7th. 1922.
Farmers I'nion Gin.
Top i:.rket price paid for chlcH
ens and eg?-. 9c
J. TV. TKMPLETON.
Mr. ani Mis Abe Rodgers toos
Christmas tiimier with relatives at
When in nei'd of a Plumber. Call
152, Frank Darby. fi9c
Mis Lou and Hess Johnston who
are tAachiog at Dermott spent tho
holii!as with home folks.
Mrs Ethel Green, a teachtr in the
Dunn school, was a pleasant visitor
at our office Wednesday, and sub
scribed for the Signal while here.
Dunn h4 a anlendld school this yvar
and is doing good work. They also
have a Ure parent teacher associa
tion. if i