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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, 'TI2XAH, FRIDAY JUNE 27, 1019.
f a i 9 ur prompt service is essential to your comfort yc::r business engagements. Our casings and tubes C" 3 annoyance of delays from tire trouble. Phone 99 Snyder, riawfixlng up the i ftil a I contract, Offer the tenants a bonus lor extra food wirk next year. If they make mora money, divide up the extra profits with thetii. Five dollars for each extra hale of rut ton or hundred lollars wot th of tobacco or fifty bu hclH of corn would be u big in i ntlve Id better work. If a more i liberal prow-sharing syr.tem cannot i be ) worked out. The Progressive r Farmer. ; Thin Ik like putting the shoe on tha othrt- foot. .4.,, 1 t JCuecea county U ttoon to uct on a ' aripoiltlon to vote a 12.000,000 road y'f-r. dt Kuest Sunday of Mr. J. C. Mrtln. West Texas llaptlsts are ruining tock funds to build a sanitarium 1 it Abilene to cost 1250.000. (Union Labor will ersonal privilege of t od beer lo drink. demand getting the w ine Dimple Oross of Abilene In visit in thV folks In Snyder. :r. ICe Stinson who has been put ting in time for several montns in hospital and pharmavut Jal work for the soldiers in Fiance ram" lome Sunday a regularly discharge I veteran of the war and it Is supposed 111 be again In the drug business it home. Mrs. W. R. Minor of east Snyder Lislted f S'gnal Monday with some ine samples of her apricot and plum rop. She has. an abundance of this ruit. More than she can possibly ise and wants to supply the market. Our old friend A. M. Johnston of i, mn him tone for a summer hii o his sifter. Mrs Dl xon at Cordon Suspicion Is alright as a safe- '.uaTd to an individual as au iuceu- ve to caution, but It is not enough Kn which to base absolute Judgment. "uspiclon may be illfoiinded. and yet wise man will avoid suspected dans The wheat In the country lias een harvester ana oais an- mun ut as fast as ready and soon Dr ew grsinwi! 1 be on the market People will ow In a few- be feed 'UK weeks new maize Weekly Health Talks Tha Many Mysteries of Nature DY L. W. BOWER, II. D. rl Yo can take an onion seed and a pansy I i a ..i..K, Vinm .i.ti hv siiIa in tha 4in spot of ground. In one case, you ft- - . x et an onion, with tu pecuuariv strong dor, and in t'ie other you get a flower of i re beauty, l ou can plant a noppy ee W 1 opium (a dangerous, habit-tomune P fpr you can Plant a rnuoaio bwi uiu at mcthing tuat helps constipaUon . i lo roeulist, living or dead, can explair . i . .. nl K&tnrfl. Hehind tn jun. i lain tha iTible lue germ m each iced is hidden ' he deep eecrct that nobody undcretanda. no uwp "J- -' , w i . i. . HAvinf nut nf the ffTouna i xvns intended for some usa ut t tub U tun " ' tural conditions. Dr. IVaca, of Buffalo, alt v ainM fniinri nnt Whftt la I vVtunaiybest for women's discasea. no men t to the federal constitution. i -arnod it all through treating thousands ! f rasea. The result of his studies was a I TH ADK Get eral Mer- nfediina called Dr. Pierces Favonto .TO bhl.U OU TRADh iiet.erai Aier ! 'description. This medicine is made of 'chiindise, also feed and grain; clean eatable growlij that nature surely in-W) DOUtht stock. Doing good busl i 'dedfbaachc .'avjl (,au 8cklM,R. W. II. Dane. IKIIV. i4iiM, . r - j gulAritioa, pJvic inflammations, and lor ? i many disorders common to women in 1 01 agoe of life. Dr. Pierce s Favorite-1 i tTescJ-iption it made of loJy's slipper root, e had more rnin in different pans i wir r..hHh root. ur--orn root, Llucf... ,,,,,.. ph,i..,v. Saturday and 'ahueh rot and Oregon grape root. ' omen who take thia ctandard remedy ; ( ow tliat in Dr. Picrce'a Favorite Pre '''iption they aro getting: a safe woman's cooil tliat druegists everywhere ii 4,11 u JJl IV. ! Favorita Prescriptioc ahould have the nil confidence of every woman in America 'iexuuso it contain no alcohol and no jucotic. Dr. twee knew, wnen no un. d morrhme are injurious, ana so uc nai Srii&ni nff.ln N. Y. for trial okjr.. Tablets. McGlaun Garage. Gay Mcfllaun, DEALER 0For Weak Women I n tioe lor over 40 yean! Thousands ol voluntary Utters from wore so, ten log of the goof. Cardui has done then. This is the best proof of the vshw ol Cardui. It proves that Cardui Is a good medicine for women. There are no ravaMor habit forming drugs la Cardui. It is composed only of xiHd, medldaal IngredienU, with no bad after-effects. TAKE YA YA YA (MM The Woman's Tonic You cm rely on Cardui. Surely It will do for you what It has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ... ," writes Mrs. Mary HVeste. of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. ... I read of Cardal, and after taking one bot tle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it In the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever ..... ,i r... WW. iijtmiuui. rVtJ All Druggists V This is one year when it has b';i possible to raise Indian com. While no great acreage was planted, there will lie a j:ood crop of what wa. altemptei!. With ample mins here we are not bothered with hot winds Children trial are affected by w m uie pale iiiid sickly and liable- to cii:i tra't soili" fatal di-ease. Whites Cream Veimiftige expels wi.rn.s promptly and puts the child on the road to henlth. Sold by Gray urn Dr" Co. Senator Huchanan and Represent ative Rosser have gone to Austin to take part in the doings of the special sesson of the legislature. They both will vote to ratify the suffrage amend Fluvanna. Texas. ltf. 111 HI IT 1 U . . I . Sunday. A nice shower fell in and about Snyder Saturday evening. Along with the ra'ns the das are hot and crops are simply humpin?- Admiral Von Ruter says that he understood the armistice time had ; r( url,P( nn,j ratner man ui. Cm.n .hip. he ordered them sunk. 1 and the demands of give service that stops D Texas. (MiniM'rs Again Heads l,al-or. The American Federation of Labor has been in annual convention for several days In Atlanta, tleorgia. j They have wrestled with many bis jiliiestlons of world w ide interest. I The radical elements of labor have ; hi en much In evidence, but it is cn- couiage to note that the conser vative forces have been able in the main to control the legislation. A number of motions and resolutions tending to I. V. W. and bolshevik durto.ines have been voted down. One resolution that possibly slipped by the convention. If correctly re ported. Is a departure from the old time policies of American labor. It is reported thai a resolution was adopted in this language. !'Ve shall treat all injunctive decrees that in vade our personal liberties as un warranted In law and illegal us being in violation of our constitutional safe guards, and accept whatever consequences may follow." Such ii declaration as that is an open de- fiance of the courts and is a stop toward anarchy. We are long slow !to believe that such a proposition !wiis wittingly sanctioned by Amer ican' lobor. It smacks or foreign sentiment. The Federation adopted a resolution demanding: the resign ation of postmaster tjeneral Hurleson That was to be expected. Either from misuuderstandni! or otherwise. Mr. flturleson has recently become un opular with lots of Anei lean people. Mimuel Compels was re- ..i... 1 nresident of tile t euei .ti iuii tampers is n man of great power Jin the industrial world and has great influence with congress and the administtatimi. Mrs. Marlon Cosby and baby of Lubbock were her- last Saturday and Sunday. visiting her cousin. Mrs. It. 11. fotton. From here iney ion a short vist to Kangtr where her husband is inte.ested in the oil business Mexico can never prosper until they are far enough adavneed to establish a stable government. The Germans have again shown themselves devoid of honor. The sinking of surrendered ships is proof that they .an t be IruMed with out a gun drawn on th.-in ii FAKE" ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM Therefore Insist Upon Gen uine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Uillions of fraudulent Table were sold by a Aspirin Hrooklyn manufacturer which later proved to be composed mainly of Talcum Powder. "Payer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, genuine, American made and American owned Tablets are marked witn the safety "Bayer Cross." Ask for and then insist upon "Rayer Tablets of Aspirin" and always buy them in the original Payer package hich contains proper directions and dosage. Aspirin is the trade mark .of Payer manufacture of Monoacet'ca ctdester of Sallcyllcacld. PROFESSION A I, X. C. I.K1X HHU lmtist Office in William' liailding Raydvr, Trx. Muy (H I Hour MilL Mr. O. K. Darby and other pro gressive citizens are figuring now on a plan to establish a flour mill ol Snyder. They are in correspondence with a concern that can erect a mill plant at a cost of about $5,000 that will turn out twenty barrels of flour u day and sumples of the output show good products. Such an institution Mould prove a great couveiiienco to the wheal growers hero and we are apt to have an Increasing number of them for u few years at leant, and If, after awhile we should fall to raise wheat here, we run do like mill people do in other places, buy the wheat else where to keep the mill goinir. IIUACK I I Do vou feel old before your time? Is your back bent and stiff? Do you suffer urinary disorders? Don t des pairprofit by Snyder experiences. bnyder people recommend Ioans Kidney Fills. Here's a Snytlor resi dent's statement. Mrs. M. N'eal, says "About two years ago when I would bend over to pick up something. It was pain ful for me to straighten again, as the pain in the small of my back was so severe. I was greatly annoyed by the irregular action of my kidneys and mornings I would feel awfully tired and languid. Doan's Kidney Fills had been used h other members of my family with such good results that I took theiu. I only had to use one bo of Doan s when my bac!; was strengthened and mv kidneys regulated. I take a dose of this medicine occasionally now as a preventive." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don l simply ask for a kidney remedy- get Doan's Kidney Fills the same that Mrs. Neal had. Foster-Milhurn Co , Mfgrs., Iluffalo. N. i. Hoik lUchardson has gone into the rabbit industry and Kd Warren says rabbits bent chickens. Maie is heading out. This is one time In history when the people of West Texas are glad to have dry weather. llhea McFarland says the Jingle boh man says there is oil in the Dunn field. Mr. Crawford' l iinilly Arrive. Mr. John II. CrawTord who has been successfully operating the Cozv theatre for several months now feels that he is permanently established in Snyder. His family arrived Sunday from Plestine and they are at home In Pro. Knight's house in west Sny der. oll mm "MO wonder 3,000,000 housewives use the New Perfection 1 Oil Cook Stove! It keeps the kitchen comfortable even in hot weather gives abundant clean heat for all cocking purposes. You, too, should have a dependable New Perfection." frnm Xtiv TtiffCiicH eUvtrtisinUaU't llagaxjneiunt, 1919. The Long Blue Chimney Burner turns every drop of kerosene oil into intense heat, and drives it full force against the utensil no imoke or odor. Ready instantly turns out as quickly flame stays where" wt. Burners are brass and last for years. Sold by all good dealers ask your dealer to demonstrate this hifh scaring flame. THE CLEVELAND METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY 7310 run A.n.. cwua. ok,o TtF.A I.F.RS XOTEThe Maanolia Pctrohum Gmpr.nu ir. f.'i" rf tributor of thene product in carried by them at convemenuu Wanted Sacks 4 and 6 cents each Highest Prices Paid for Produce & Hides. Feed and farm Henderson Successors to .National Highway Progress. Several weeks ago the Commis sioners voted to establish th eust and west highwuy from the Kisher county line to Snyder over the lower Koby road, about the same time a .petition was filed by citizens asking that the highway be established from Snyder to the Plainvlew School house on the old Camp S'prlngs road and from Palnvlew due east to the Kish er county line. The court voted down that petition In favor of the Roby road. Since then the S'tate Highway Commission have been over the ground and because of the sand and the necessity for more bridges on the Koby road they have chosen the Plainvlew route and the highway will go there. This line runs Just a mile south of the Camp Springs road from Plainvlew, Judge Adamson says work has be gun on the north end of No. 7 and in 3o days they expect to be working on the south stretch and possibly in 30 days more work will start on the east and west highway. K.WIS ITK.MS. Health of the community generally good. Crop conditions good. Snmll grain fairly good. Several new families have located in our neighborhood tnis spring, all of whom we welcome in our mids. J. K. Ulackard and Tamily were visitors in our community Sunday. Knnis school District No. 20 will have a new up-to-date school build- mmm your locality. Complete vtock ir locaiea xiim., seed of all kinds. & Merrell Ketner Bros. lng for the fall term. Our Sunday School under the supervision of Mrs. Ii. M. West as superintendent is moving along nicely. Everybody taking interest, attendance good. .... . tiro. iMcGaha will preach .at Enuis Saturday night and Sunday. We will render a children's day program. Sun day June 2'J. Dinner for all. Every body welcome. A good dajf generally is expected. SOPHY. The Doctor Away Pnatm ttome When Most Nemlud. People are often ry much disap pointed to rind that their family physician is away from home when they most need his services. Diseases like pain In the stomach and bowels, colic and diarrhoea reiuir prompt treatment, and have la niany In stances proven fatal before medicine could be procurred or a physician summoned. The right way Is to keep at hand a bottle if Chamberlain'. Colic and Diarrhoea Honied y. No physician can prescribe a better med icine for these disuusee. hj having t in the house you escape much pain and suffering and all risk. Buy It now; it may sate life. Dr. L. T. Wilsoa has recently brought in a cur of hie cattle from South Texas, lit reports that country rained out. Mrs. K. R. Hrumley him been quite sick this week. Miss Claudia Cu'itnutte of the Fed eral Reserve Hank in Dalian la here on a vacation visit to thu home folks. (TimmfccC mm, 'V. ii