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XHK 8 N YD UU SIGNAL, SXVTEn, TKXAH, I'HIDAV, FKfl. 7, 1010.
TP . j iiiiu uuScr Signal , Bihrililln SI. fit) per Tir In Adf, HA)'fiV . 'H AMISl.KSs. I'uMLlmr I-'iiii.. ir. the iictiorTb'e at du 0" 1VK r fi'i'i'Ull rlSi ' til ' (.i.)..-r, iix.ii., r iii!. A icaoiUlmH Is Leioie l.i; lM"' lutuio in I'iLf. ivrii lu civun. a in- t'.aw lor Virt'.i'i .si-tv i K. U h a lliai la ll-.IW WO 11 HMtcif.i 10 QlVHl" Texas ilnu lu or three stales. uU'j The L.ili.tr Now- "".iks that a luil In nca of Soluwoiii couldn't lix up u veaoe il:iu to ban ail the nations and p.c.l.cis dir.ari.oiutii.cnis, jeal oubie and future war- If that li to be tho I'niied .siutcs may us well build UP an f.riny rrnl navy ro mec: fu.uro cor.diti'jnii. o Jo Tho itreet uiilroud Wichita Ka'.U culled a strike road. ai-.d cny naa uitiu "hi i w ill operate tht in til the dispute in i settled. Labours and employers who would take advimtaKo of each others misfortune would learn bcttir i( the mail list of Kverument were ulway.jTlie west one half of section No. 234 1...H..I.....I. u,i 1 llck No. :i. II. K- T. C l;y. Co. sur- juviii iuiiji; ., ..... -oO )- There are some I tinny things in our : code of inonila. l''or Inhtance you lei I with ! a man kpi periecuy lannuai . , m . ill.... Dame Fo.tunc and everybody Is his friend. On the other hand, let him I t thick with ti.ibfo. t-.ie. the Danu-'ii diHcurdcd daughter, and even th-.- rniridiootf rs and loot!est;ers w 111"! i,i. i.,,rr,i i.omtcr I piiuii until i4-. I'sually when you find u allow nieaio.it Irs con-iideration of worth by the amount of money one has. it is Home 'ono who has lait recently ot ten Into the wealthy class and feels chesty over It. o(ii) The I'niled States Senate hm per mitted Senator Sherman to heap rid icule upon the head vf the P. csident of the United States, it Ill's permitted him to connect the president's name! hk nim. iimi.ii.ifv it Ins nernilt-: ted him to mako Mrs. Wilson the liutt of Idle prattle and cheap gossip, but there Is not a limit to which oven "senatorial i-ojirtosy" should extend? Is this Insult to the na li thnt saved civilization to be per mlttel to stand? We think It Is the duty of the Semite, out of self-respect if not. out of iiartictiHin, to rebuke Senator Sherman's utterance In a fashion that will not be misun derstood in the most remote corner rf the plohe. -Font Worth S-'tar-Tilegrutiv Sherman's critic! 'in don't reetn to gain much force even In hl.i own parly and his efforts to apo Roose velt are rIiow'ok' u? a failure as an Imitator. oO Frederick William, the deposed German Crown prince is sucim? hi.i frau for divorce. He i t not apt to har0 trouble.. The woman knows hy now that there is no Kalscrino prospect for her aud she will not contest the loplnft of a worthies relic of royalty. MfworicH of Weldoii fit.s, lecened. nyder. Teaxs, F'eJi. T,. 1 i 1 9 . Rome weeks azo there apfared in th Snyder Sinnul aniioun'VMiient of tho death nt !?1 Paso of Mr. Weldon Cohts, a loran-r resident of Snyder. Reeent counnjplcation witli his dear mother n.'Vlv?.4 my Interest In deceas ed, ns v.-e deeply sympathize with the lov.il one:, lett behind. Never were mot her and son more devoted to each other. Ills thoughU mid affec tions for his mother were beautiful. He was r a sunny, social turn and had host of liiendi In this city. Mr. and J.irs. Weldon Coats came here from OmaUa, Texas, and for a while Mr. Coats ensued in the Rro- tery business, nud later a dry K00d3 hitltsmnn and In all his busi iicmi c(iiiiii'".''ns he wp.s energetic, affable :.ed reliiibl'. Itecause of th-' drouth !)illtini here. ho. Ilk:: maiij- cthi": j 'opl , -went nway first to Galnr.-.-.' ill . V.:e hi. health fail ed fron: an attack of pneumonia, h's molhvr went witli h!iu to Denver. Colorado, th'it i.i FA Taso last S:r tember. bet tVs lunin wre f.o jbiicIi affectol ttiit he co'jM not be cured. Mo u!nd In the Christian faith and was wlMin.V to P'- l:''Pr'1 f live wit'i a view of rarin;; Tor hij laved ours, having nlwnys ptann?.! for thd lulure, but he was fully e n'r.rtrl to hl3 fnf when the call came. W'cMoi) Coats was born June K, j" Tx t 0::trhr. Texas, rrd he prat j- .i til 1 1 diii I lie llixh schools dI thu. city, und later fin Isiicd a b.islui'j coiiim' at l ho Metropolitan llusiiies ivlli'K" in I'.iII.ih. Hi wax ulwuy. a v,inil boy, mill us a yomiK iiiiim hi' lnul tlio confidence III' Ills IlllsliXsS associates. May dod's richest hlcsainiia rest Upon IllH lli'l ('ll i'i loVod ones. -A r'licn.l. siii;i:ii i s s U.K. Tho SI Hi' of Texas, run my of Scurry Xo'li-c l:i hereby nlven tlial by virtue of a certain order of sale Is sued nut of the Honorable District j court of Scurry county, Texan, on '3th 'lay of lYbruury, A. I)., ltilti liv i Nellie Wecnis clerk of said court j lor tin-, sum or l7t'n7.!H) Seven Thousand and Seven am! toi-1 mi I )ol- and costs oi sun. tinner u juuk- 1 tnent In favor of llus FretaR anil .1 .Un.ti-ri.i 11,.,..!.... i.u li..l I li I ..r,.-t a t .. .... - ; appear. In a certain cause In mi Id 1 1 on n. No. 2117 and styled l'us Frey-iir-ployes ill;!" Merrltt A. 'ember and placed and th'!l;1 lny nanus lor service, i .i. n. '". UH sheriff of Scurry county, IV Mis. diil on the Oth day of Feh- uary, l'.U!', levy on certain Ileal Kstate situated in Scurry county, Texas described as follow, to wit. vey In Scurry county, Texas, ami lev- ',,(' P"n property of Mu rltt A- I'eniDer ami mat on uie nisi Tuesday in March, 1 f 1 ; . the name !"!,; the 4th day of mild month at C",lrl '' s, ,r-v ". I "i town of Snyder. Texas l'-tween the hours of 10 a. .... and) 4 P- '' virtue of said levy and naH j order of sale I will sell said above I described Ileal Kstate at public ven due, lor cash, to the highest bidder, as the properly of aid Merrlt A. Peni her. And In compliance with law. 1 jdvp this notice by publication, in the Knlish la.uiuaKe, once a week for three consecutive weeks Imme diately preceding said day of sal. In the Snyder h'iKnal. a newspaper I published in Scurry county. Wltnosn my nana mim ..... day r eiiruary. in . J. II. m ill). Sheriff Scurry County. Tex Spanish lessons $2.00 per inovtli ) Tuesday .11(1 niursu.1.. .. . .Mounta.n ume. AP,.. . nun.. '!,.. hoards Is only a portion .: Puker. Grayuin & Anderson. Join the) uil Thll class now' nml learn to speak Span ish. 30tf. ! The Purpose of an is to serve your needs. It will help sell your roods talk to the people you want to -u rMrh. A n advertise- tnent in this paper u a reference guide to thow whose wants are worth fnipplying. r; We're Opposed to ' Mail Order Concern Because Tkey htf cootnVuted a cant lo lurtlienn K utuntU i nut town jxy cent retreivrd by tfitra itof thi commuaily i a diMd tow r ovu mtchnlr ' la dnr- trrrj ttmt lkW prvooi ck met ligkl tiet. without deU) S iciwg Jood ad ika po-mU ' ot u!ie in blliH. otiirw 1 But- Th nuuri I huma s U tm buy where fnoiii aft tpl. Locl pfiiW it i.iuil'jr ieeond uy in liie tmm U M plajrej trsJty. Therefor Mr. 'cBt jJ limine Mao. ireet your trac,n Sw.ih iisa o pP" iJvtrtivi.i, Advertise! Ta lxl fieM ! youn. All 70a -'l iia it J your, c.l ol lh oj ;niuoili o6eieX An dni"iiei.l in th t prf wiil ei'T ynm w-tl in'o burdred ol hornet 11 iha coui mur.ity ii it (he turut Bicdin ol Witng yoat $irtl ccrv. Ktiw. A iptf l tia won't cutt ir.ixk. Ccwna a l I t r- I I f Aflvcmsenieni ! ; U is to serve your needs. U i r ;m:.T m:v i:u. movi:mi:.t I nillcd ( licMlaiilty Talklnu l Much To Ciiriy Out Ideals Won in Will'. Slope of I'ot.ilillltlex. Hew Jas. II. Tale has Just ri turn td iron. Dallas, where lie attended n freal dls'irlct confi'ience of the I'reshy leiian New ICra .MoNciiieiit. "It was an InspirlliK event," he told I he reporter, "and the message I tiring back home Is sure to accom plish much y.ood lor our lown." Is th' New lOr.l Movemei.t de Kluned to make I'rcsliyei Inns ir ev erybody?" "Not at ull. The New Km Move ment Is himply a real, live, united ti.ovenient or all tho l,ti:!1.74S Pres byterian communicants in the I'nlleJ States toward accoinplisliiiiB th" t:v ineiidoMi (ask ennfrontl.iK the r church as a result of the world war. "What 1.4 that task?" "The betterment of mankind In ways that the world war has us failed to accomplish. The war was rouu'lit for Christian ideals. Now thai the war Is won. It Is the Church's duty to cany out these Ideals to their ultimate fulfilment". "What practical sleps will the Pr s bylerlans take?" j "As a rumple of the Chiuch'c new i conception of Its relation to world affairs, the Presbyterians will spenn $500.1100 for the rePef of stricken Protestant churches in the war zone, and $500,000 on returninu soldiers and sailors who went to the war from Presbyterian homes They plan to utilize the resources within the Church to Increase by loo per cent their expeliditliii'S for ed acat iotia 1 . beiv.'voleiK i.nd m!.donary work. They propose to spend $ 13. ", ntci this j-ar and perhaps $75. ". In live years. The !'resb terians be- Ileve in five years the New Tin Move- j nient can nccomidish mere for hu 'manity than the war has accom plished with all Its sacrifice. And they aie inurshalinK all their force as Comrades of the New Kra for a orld-wide crusade under the ban ner of their Prince of Peace." "is the church doing anything for Its miii'stcrs?" "Yes. It plans to "increase umUr- Jpaid minister's salailes $1.000.ooo T, $13(100.000 for et for this year will really ie $4o. - .loo.oiio, as $27. nop. om will be re - ouired lor local church expenses " 1 "How wilf our town ' I Ibis New Kra .Movement?" "Through the re-creation t)f ,,! l .pirit of fellowship and brothe.hool i I , - Tkui.r.1.. thrnoih the Llllllll I'UI v " . j thinkiiiK by each individual of hi. personal duty In community tcrmr, 1 throufrh the solving of Mich local1 in iKhborhiiod and social problems ' confront us.throuuh the C'hrUtinniz-, tin of the community. The New Kra j Movement Is essentally a spiritual j .. 1 1 1 1 1 it nLftitftiit nml Iioiim 1 lorce lUHMUIIIIh . , virtues, revlvlnp he family alrar. , vnnseiizinK he people, spreadiiii? the 'iiwiu.i ihiiiiiLh the coinnuiniy. and! vunneiilnK the people, siireadini; thrt ' ... .. 1 ""ort to those in need or tlisiress. , "Has not the Church always con sldered these things its duty? .MI.A nl... 1.., in,,. II ltUl. t ,. I lie i ii u i il n . - j American people, a Klant not exert-; ... . ..... 1, ' nK 1,rt fu" p"w;r- T,hK 0kVP! X.nerca. The .New Ira Moveni.nl Is, In. n.uisl ii.Kj fiiiPM of the reawaKen- . , e,1 church to win the world for Christ." C HINA tiltOVK ITKMS. Kverythlni: Is g'ttln t China. aloni; fi.e Mr. Jim Morket Is vinltlnR rela tives in Kastland count It came a Kcod ruin at China drove this week. .Mr. Mc. Gee has left Tor Ariznni. .olntf la it Monday. Mi. J. A. Scale has been at Colo rado, visit Ins Ms son. ('has. I.. SHle. Mrs. Kai'sdale is visit I n her lcla-1 tives around here this wei-k. The China drove school Is rettlnK v.'.ons rine. Mrs. Akhcs Trior Is the teacher. China Orove has .1 itched a Hus!: -t Hall game with the Mermleigh team. Irjr next Friday evenl'iK. of mero tifi a j I ...i :i ,.r in benefil hv,milKe II1C U!I COIUl'M UOUC'i- ! mmim of BJfi stock mi is mi mm -. !k;ri:V',:r ! ; s i l :i tii c ', V. lit' th '."oi l i'l, l"Ai" son. J:-.. Icitdir.tr To "S s! .(!;- man, whi last year r.ut Fort Worth on tlio ni;.p as a "Kuind i'i" t il y with the iv:i!iiiit':jn. U"('e lull in i-dnrrcticn with the Southwestern K.vvitiiui sir ! Iit St.ick Show, ha-5 lx i mir.ic I iis sctiTti'.ry-i'.iiiii'rcr of the show this year and has withered around him an array of the very best tale ;t ho crul i i:i'fnv.T in mil.'i flin ni'O'i 111 -it .... , ,, . , , - I Will h. held hclV Ma'.V.l I ' l ' j a m'-.ioiahle oiiv.- in tlio r.ilnds j of everyone who visit it. I Viv, Siirsom and associates h-A-r h.'?!i busy since the lirst of tho yeai- V,orlinr fe i - t tires of entertainmoit and cd - 4'( tf;oraI vrhie. . I hey are now idle to prmme a variety and rourd ot amusement univ.raPil- t'd ly previous e::p;siti ns. !I'vo than $2".000 has l)ecn linnr up tors alone for livestock e.hi!i- For the first time in the his- tory rf the show, women will:1""1 el ir.i ti-i ii na ciiTieinrinili'rit I I. j'iii ii. i fc. of (if nartmcats. Mrs. Juliette ( I'.. Ciahh of Koi t Worth hn. ; aectp'ed the post as ter.d. itt of the Hulstein . nu,n j while til f SUpril tc ' rv cf ju, Jcrsey di i.;bi,. j ,cen tendt-1'ed to M'.T.. J. , (Ireeil. .,v McKiillr.V. j'.c.Kl'.'l! j manager of the Kepoi tor -lisiiinjr company, who l- '.s hcci active in makivtr thv stoe"; show a preat sitcccss for tlif i !ist tfti yoars. has accrpt''i!. ' the place of a.-sisl 'nt socrelai .v' manager. .Mr. MeKinlev's loj,;v familiarity with the livrslocl. business and his intimacy with the show will sere to redn'j- I most frtvorablv this year. Hob Tadlock has been cho:;cn as clinirman of tlie H ideo cum- .,,,,1 , I.... ,w ..;., f , w;lh hin, in ,iis department ,.Vi i, nr,,.v l-,4f v. ,-' ..p.v. ;t;ry ni::nappr. itl n !Uintrln. ' Wii.! ll s.- and W. O. K'.minrrer. I These men are frettiny: ready to ' a I . T I .... a. ..!. .1 .'omethirirr that will maU.'t i Cheyenne and other "Hound) up cities sit up anu taKe no - tice." Poivrtmental manajiers are Ward I'armer. cattle; Tom Fra zier, h"p;s: J. M. Jones, sheep: W. II. Fnrses. Ii'irsr-s. jaeks and nudes; C. M. Kvans of Tiix mi .iiilt it fit i -A 1wikoniill I t-f.llepo. rejristeved cattle sales ; T.-Vin I l!'iro-eij rincnvi .In" I 1 If .mitvi'iii rr-itna nn 1 lfc U l4WUlllUillt '1 ticket? , C. Ii. Hamiltoik otlif rf. i J ' corre?ioiis and exhibits, Rntiri'intfndcnts thus f-ir lected are: llerefnrds, John i'. f (.'... l.v . CM 41. ...Jj i .-jiji .-HKi". onui inoip.', i'.amtt T. Kins:. Taylor, nw Iv -.d of the Fort Worth . ..I ll.. nl I '. r ' "I HI 1 f'.l'V I'l I II I I t'l I I llll I 'il I "'I . . I I II" (.1 I ' ' , W , , II , . t . . Mann, Waco; males, jack, aa 1 J(,hn W. Hit.e.S. ',n. rri. . ..1 . ..t..i 1: ..i. :...t. , 1 nn 1:1 1 11 : 1 ri I I i's ih'h jv. . .,wv...w..... j inj; contest will he made fi greater feature than ever , forp. ISes'des the n.uial cntrit I Ti.vn. nn,l nUhil Mror. A A I M. (lollejfts there will pro1 . 1 t ...... hiv be entries frcm one o.l ; more ether Southwestern A : M. Colli'tres. Invitations hav, lieen issued to ull of them. J Kirven Fisher of Swift & (' has been made .'.upenriU'ndenJ noeitf 4 othfr of th:.". 'Tpartment. Hrside.H the livestfick tares, there will be many forms ol' entertainment. Anv.j? thes" will lie the combined iJ. (Jo;;i":e Li'is Carnival and Jo Krt-ko liros. Shows, which vri'l be hei'r- all durinir show wqek. And th'e wil be one of the best poultry shows evr stored hei"", undtr th.e direct iortj ni Wahe" 'Iiirlon "'f Arlinp:jon. 1 That WS& n?dfc 2 r " PERU N A Ms. -v FOR EFFECTS OF LA GRIPPE Mr. Orion,. II. I.nw, 1 3 a Ninth Krankliil M., llr izll, linllun.i, lias il word of i lii i r fVr BiifTorrrM from LaCilppc and It H iH'.itls. t Miliilil or 'liililrl 1 iirin StilU i:rrvhrrr SllKIJII t ' S SAI.K. Tli. i s'i iiiu ill' vis I "omit v of S '.i I i Notice is hereby niveii that by ir tue of a certain order of sale issued out of the Honorable lilrici court of Scurry county, the 5th day of February. l'.Hii. by Nellie Weeins. the iclerK or sail conn on n.e mho j s. v. ,, lluud.e,r Ninety one and '- j 1(MI i));1IS it,i ,llSis of suit umn r a jmUim lit In lavor of W. J. Wat -i. i 'in a certain cause in said court x 21! and stjled W. .1. Watson is. '. ,, Waldrip, et al. anda Ida I In JIllv himi rr ..rviee. I J. II Hyni i .ia b..r;rr of SiMiri v cinintv. TeMi . . , ,,, ,.,.!,.,,.. a ,!.. lt'10 levy on (rlain Ileal Kst.iti-. situated In Scurry ciunty. Texas, ib srrilied as lolbons. t,nit: All of t li 'south oiie-hnl: of tic weit one half of the south-west one-foui t li of sei Ni 145. in block No. .1. II. Ily. Co.. survey in Scurry conn ty, Texas, nod rontainimr 4 0 acres of land an I levied upon ns the properu of said ilefeli i;n:ts. K. I.. Wablrop and wife. I'ella Wablrop. nrd that o the lirst Tuesday in March. A l lUlt'.t he s.i:ii InenK the- !!! day of raid inoiith. at the C'oin llou-e dm r. of Scuriy cuuiity. in the town of .-'n-- !er, Texas, between the boms o! 1 a. ni. and 4 p in by irtue ,i . ai ' jlcxy and said order of sale. I wil. sell said above ilecnh,'d Ileal Kst.il. 'aI public Miol ie. lor cash, to the jhiuhi'rft liidiler. is th.- property i,: said Helen. bints. C 1. Wa bl i ! a )! wile, lb lla Wablrop. And in eoiupli.inrc with law. 1 pive this noti'v by p.ili'icai on. in the ICliplisIl lunuiiate. once a week " " eo.isece.ilv.. Idi.itely preceding .aid d.iy I llll'lie of .-al- ' In I be Sn v.N-r Sii- nal. a newspaper publi.hed In u- en i r i nujity !.a:.'l 11 N "th d;:y e: if. b ; 1 .1 li i:ii:n. .'"'leriff Scurry t'onnty Tex sn:;Kiii"!s .s.i.hu ;i.'ie ritate el 'I xas. County of ocurrv . virtue of a c.i ri a in o.diT ol i is.-iied out o! the Honorable dis ii is.ii trict court e'' .s.. urry county, on t hi- ' ."lb Kiv ol hebriiat), lt'lti, oy .N. il.ei jWtems fieri; of said murt ajraiast vv . i. r iviiine, lor no' Mini oi .ii .vi . nit. ln caiiif No .1.- in ' Hjii rijljr .tvi d K. C. Taylor i'. Ski. me.- atid pi. ired in my li I I f sA or scr, Ice, I. J. II. Hyrd, aslone. We had roast chicken, dressin- ' II (1 1 1 1 1 1 ..... Sheriff of Scurr county, Texas, dbl ion l lie r.!h day of Kehrtiaty, 1 ti 1 ! ... ...... . ,'' vy mi i . rtain Ke.'il rotate, sitiu li .1 1 1,1 h curry cuhi.iv. iiencriiieu as lol- own. t'j-wil: All ol .ection J0.1 iiiui -k dri-elN" '" " ' ' "r- survey m 11',. .... . T.. . 1. a .....I I.. 1 I ... I 1 1 , ... I . " ' '"".. 1 . - ".'. pupeil) ol li.lbl W. T Skln- ..I .... T I..., II... .1,1, ,lu.' II I . I- II il ,l I I -ll , J til." -, . .1 ,, m . !, M f,l'.. the court house lUl,.r , ,nmv ..,, ln ,, 1 iniii, in. ween me nnur , , . , an f()ljr , , wl!. I . , . ,..,. v,.,lilllo - ... . . .. ' . , ..... . ,.,. .. ,K '',"' l" ' " I prni" rty ot w . 1 . nKinner. uy vinu. of mikd levy and said Older. And In compliance with law, 1 Klvi thll not bo by publication, in lh! Ktillah lanxuaRe, once a week for threi consecutivo weeks Imme dla'.ily priceilinn -ild lay of sale. In the t.-iyder Slcnal a newapaper published In H"iirry county WitiiHsa my hand, thin Oth dayj or K:.rtary. 181H. J. II. I'.YUH,. Sheriff Scurry County, Te. Charlie Hardin, the barber, wi s your land for lease wlt!i th" n Fle.i.nna and sayg she ! BrowinR. Snyder Oil l.eose Kxcha' RSoney 7 ner cent. 7 '4 P -r cent and J2RO0OOO ftr 5. 7 or 10 years one fifth each year. in on any dut. Th ! tre t tf come due l-.e'.d In O.'vllaa. Abstrnct can be nor Baker, Grayuni & Anderson Kind His I i i 111!' I. 1 '.rrrlli "I I. Vi! Sllffi-O I in r. m iii','i i illi ll'.. (lli-ap. I.li.rlll'' III ., I'll I f I ." rui.a 1 ib nit. a. ..f c - I IllOI- ,1 i ,;. t v . t 1 1 I ,,1,1 r u-H'il four liinO-" not now JiaVi) Ii.nl ll'.-l'-' frieil lb" lli'l'l'" " libiiul (lilll'ilv 4l Ir-.i li.. J'i''i ..... .. ......I l,..Mllll l Ullllll. 1 'I'" ;itl:i;Ua thai I'l itina l a -il.-rr.il rrinnlj. niel I '' '"" )i..nrlllv pinl.irsc .iml r . t . t 1 1 : 1 ; I It for UiCtrlppe." I'l cmi Ko II. linoMi. I'amp Cnetiiiiibiii. 1'ec -s It'll Hear, si Mother. Pad and all I r- kill several oi out i'M'. ia Ihe last two or Ihree ilas. Sure Kl.nl to net them. It Is just three days alter Christmas and I can net)'!' the same newv It Is muddy and I'iili.. .Hid IK' ;il O'.-Ii. cls for it to let ni It Is about live weeks since r hi a r ted and It rains every da and intht. Never saw so much rain, iiiui' mist and i'i.k in my liie. It rains lure irmu Sepifinher to Match. I i'ii lint bel'i c a T. Hock or trie; cniibl make It through Ihe raiar si'.i.... here, unless he came over In lime to vet a. rli.ii.i'.ed. betore it siarteil In tain S.i. he lain, eh? Hilt Me are aliil a Me to w ide n .ill are (). K Tie uroiilnl Is so Met a Uiihfl sprinkle, heavy fn, or mist will cansi' the water to run off the side of the road. The I'l em h do not seem to mind It al all. fur they can be seen with th"ir wooden shoes and uti' 1 . , : I . . . all almi.: the road at anv time duiiiiL' tiie d.iy. rain or shine, but I havn m'i'.i the shine net. A u vi .IV I wnilbl like lo see bl iiinie water nt. in plain Knrlish lie I'.ifid" I In le. I w.Mib' like tn Mill icr" the ocean. I d d nut know I was so a I en i u run as lo wii.l to be suillnc on tin- little old Atloifi.'. I am ll!o t!i. .Mini soldier that was here oi c.imp a fe. d.'ivs ao that slid "'o.i know t'.ip I -e ..was had a hank.r ini In i rn s tin ureal! and I se slii lot il ". .iml u IS I, but only on linn.' tnps lor me. nml that Is frotu ii v. r here to over then I !,.ve .ml received my t'h rift ma hi 1. bill Tel ieved the letter sajlni.' 1 ye. i had sent It. Know- you had a 'n''l t'llle while ".!.l!).4 was there I know I Wollbl il I had been the .li.'.t like !':' I ! ' I solIK "There Is i;o p'.i like bun le," If there Is I ht j. not fi :!.:i! It. and it can not be fouvT on this side of the, ciwk. either, li.'' h.i! (!ui's you will think 1 have th. "hi uen " but I have not, but oiib" rather be th"n thin he:e in th- nitti! . We are well fed. clothed. Ami I iicnrtered. and w'e do not expect to . n ii tin more i 71 man rour wnnern I j lu re, so I cues we ran atand It. We sure had a dandy Chtistinm 'dinner and plenty to satisfy eyeii , mashed po'atn s. ! rult salad, coffee I . rablmpo celerj ee, raisin ami pear : ii.c Mv cuess e will not tie ov- h month or less than one In Rettltl back so here is hopltiK It Is o instead of slw lo not fail to incut me at stall 'in "Cady S" for ou know' a man the army cannot walR. ms they i; not need to It. You know u soblll neyer has to walk. We are furiilali i v ;;h a nice "little" pack, and all have to do Is throw It on our -hack, nnd carry It. ha! ha! How Is every one, chickens. hor etc.? (i Have you made that Rood l'J and hnm yet? Welt I muHrre lor this t'nie. Juat took time to you know I Jim O. K., nnd pot y J letter. liotq of love for all. Your IovIiir noldler hoy. Roy H. Urown. Oil IHMea Wanted. We have several calls for lea n Scurry county at reasonnble prl to Loan 8 per cent, on from $2,000 till wltne opuons 10 pay ai. . n.e ... .. ...... .. ,1... Only cne deed of trurt. nnnual ese loans nre not gold nnd all pnri rowe.i wnnoui uoihibh. 1 1 i I will try to thlv!: n-xt time. Ch " j i .1. Ovnv u hh- l.L- Hi rf -