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TIIB SNTDfflt SIGNAL, 8rfrDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY JX7SK 27, 1919.
"They do more than please your taste they satisfy!" NOTE MoUture-proof package kep them firm and frcah, whatrrer the weather. Chesterfields "let you in" on an entirely new kind of cigarette enjoyment They not only please your taste, but they do something else besides. Know what a big, juicy beefsteak does for your hunger? Well, Chesterfields do exactly the same thing for your smoking. They touch the "smoke-spot" They let you know you'ro smoking. They SATISFY! The blend does it And the blend is the manufacturer's secret. Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. If you want a smoke that really "satisfies" ask for "Chesterfields." of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos- blended 0U' XOT1CK BV ri'HLIOATIOl. The State of Texas. County of Scurry, In Probate Court. The State of Texa. To the Shotlff or any constablo of .Slurry (bounty. OrcoUm?: You are hereby commanded to cause to bo published In the Snyder SlRiuil, a newspaper of Kneral cir culation published In said county, at leuHi once u week for twenty (20) consecutive days beforo the return day hereof, the following notice; The State of Texas To all persu:u Interested In the estate of Nancy Ann Harris, deceased and J. C. Harris, deceased. M. W. Havousett administrator of the estate of Nancy Ann Harris, deceased, and J. C. Harris, deceased has filed his unnual report which said proceedings will be heard by said court on the 14th day of July, 1919. at the court house of said County in Snyder. Texas nt which time nil persons Interested In said estate are requested to appear and I answer said proceedings should they desire to do so. Herein fail not. but huve you before said court, on the first day of the next term thereof, this writ with your return thereon, showing how you hare ecuted the same. Witness my hand and official seal, at Snyder. Texas, this 17th day of June. 1919. (Seal W. M. CURHT Clerk County Court. Scurry County. Texas. Uy Willie Norred. Deputy. 3 I 1 uu uu n All three brands seated In air-tl2ht packages. Easy to find It Is on r.ile everywhere. Look for. ask for. be sure to set VRIGLEYS The Greatest Name In Goody-Land First H;tM OmrrJi. ' Tv.-iehers' meeting at 9:15. The day in Christian Kducation day. and. th" l.-son will be in keeping with the spirit of the day. Sunday school it in 00. We will have our regular morn.ng service at 11:"0. but nc preaching at the evening hour. It has been our custom to omit the evening hour at times when there was a meeting in town. We will not . .omit the morning hour, however, as, ! -.Ill ...ant til 1 I there will be some wnu " i..mt u i.h the church. Let our peo-, ' pie be at this service, and help to I make it a gn-at service. We will "think together about the Christians Manifestation: What he is. why and Ihow he became such, and what he is I to be in the future and why. A really preat theme, and the thought win the Joy of Cod's people. The afternoon services at the usu al hours and the prayer meeting on Wednesday night of the next week. I.et us all begin now for the meet ing to begin on July 20. Dr. Jenkins will be with us and bring us the great and good tragic gospel of old. W. H. Sims, rustor. .-.J For prompt and efficient car ser rice day telephone. J4, eight HI; lltf Newt Hargrove. I IU4 rnnrs x&n ml SEALED TIGHT A7RIGUEY5L WINOOViMf CHI KEPT RIGHT H!11.1JL111!11-..L1U,, nii"' ii uuili it I OS JZ The Flavor W. H. Illedsoe ot Lubbock and three or lour others aro candidates for state senator in the 2:ird district to fill out the term of Senator W. S" Mr. and Mr. Charlie Jones left The revival meeting Is brlngina Tuesday for their home at C.rnit the church people into line of Chris Kalis Monimia. afler a visit or two tlan hervice. After this meeting the Mi-t-kx Ii.ti- uiih thi-ir hum. fnlka Hlantist revival will come on In July Mr. T. J. Teter nd family and Mrs on I, the Christian Uevival July 4t! j Cell who was killed at Crowell Sat A 1. I..H.W mi, I f I. m l Cinrli.. it A minimer rauiDiiiun of revival w ork ' iirday night. In (he employ of the Northern Pa- ought to bring hnyuVr people to niun clfic railroad In .Montana. er ground religiously. The German Admiral who ordered the German ships sunk is to be tried for the crime. Those ships were to be turned over to the allies in set tlement of war claims. The sinking of them Is further proof that Ger many can never be trusted to live up to an agreement except at the point of a gun. To Prevent lb-Kiting! Make a regular hab't of satin? slowly, masticate your food through ly. and you may have no further trouble. If you should, take one of Chamberlain's Tablet Immediately after aupper. jm ItniMinir The liilllnvav. j Woik has been commenced this week on Highway No. 7 and a force, of men and teams are fcotng right 'along with grading. They are work lng now on a stretch ot road near 'the Santa Fe Station. The grade la ito he 24 feet wide and lator Is to l). covered with a gravel surface 16 I feet vUK. It is expected that the 'grading force will be working out toward Hermleigh in a few days and ja few weeks later will be on the east and west highway from Snyder to the Fisher county line. President Wilson is now on hi way home. Don't buy hay. Plant cane seed. (Jet. them from the Farmers Union Mer. Co. The K. K. regressive Mutual Life and Accident Association of Snyder Texas. the Cheapest Insurance known. See P. F. Wilson. Local W meet all 9aata ' t tralna. Phone your ordert In to 14 or 121. Newt HargroTe .-v -iJ Atlhough Germany has agreed to sign the treaty, she has filed a pro test against the terms. Ia that spirit Of rebellion It is Safe to count that Germany will not try to 11 v 1P to the agreement unless forced to do an. Wc the necessity for a strong military and naval preparedness aH the time. ' ' ' - agent. 1 Grand Prize Exa&fli firearms oAmmunition Vfltf for Catalogue' Ua fwm QJk OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO4IOOOCOOOOOOOOO0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o "We are quick to guard the industrial interests of our community of seeking to es tablish and maintain industrial plants within its bounds. We should be no les salicitous to guard the inTestunentu of our community," said Root II, Cnrnutte of the First National Hank today. "If an induatry, howeter amall, plans to more to another community, our businessmen and bankers would use every effort to in duce its owner to remain. They want its waues to continue to ro to local merchants, to buy local homes, and to build up savirg accounts. Such business loss directly affects the community's business prosperity. "Vet when sharpers, dishonest prromoters and!stock jobbers bejjin to unload utterly worthies stock and bonds of wild cat companies on our people we make no organized effort to keep them from takinp our capital, wages and mivinps out of our cemmunity Instva l of protecting our citizens wo are likely to allow these sharpeas to ply their trade so I on if as they do not run afoul of the criminal law. ' One of the favorite means of mulching the small Investor today is to Induce those who have put their aavinRS into War Saving Stamps and other Government securities and transfer their funds into worthless papers. The community, to protect its capital and its property, should organize, if not to punish the sharpers, t least to educate its citizens as to the value of their Government securities and as to the risk of entrusting their money to strangers glib of tonscoo and unscrupulous in promise atul prospectua. Com munities who fail to do this fail to realize that some thirty million of people own Govern ment securities but really know very little about the nature or value of bonJs and how 3 use them. ' "The 'Baby bonds', The War Savin Stamps are particularly the targets of the vendors of worthless stooks and of stamp scalpers. Owners of these War Saving Stamps ought to know that they are as good as gold and cm be readily redeamed for full value, plus interest todate, on tea days' notice at any post office. The scalper, however, even t tempts to convince owners of these Stamps that their security has fallen in calue In some strange fashion, despite the fact that the stamps can never go below their par value plus the interest accrued today. A favorite trick is to tell persons who have one or mure Stamps in a 1918 certificate that these Stamps are valueless unless the certificate is Ail ed with twenty stamps. They then offer to buy these Scamps at a cash discount, or to exchange them for worthless stocks, "The truth is that War Saving Stamps are as good as gold whether you have one Stiinp or one hundred Stamps. The Goveroment on maturity will pay five dollars for the single stamp In a certificate justas readily as it will pay $100 for twenty of them. Simil.tr arguments are used by the scalpers to discredit the 2' cent Thrift Stamps. "Where banks, merchants, businessmen and other community leaders fail to make clear to everyone in the community how good Government securities is to hold, they are simply allowing their citizens to be cheated, and are cheating themselves cut of invest ments which ought to be making good business for local business. O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o cry O O O THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SNYDER. TEXAS OOOCOeOCOCCOOOOOOOOOCOOOOCOO OOOOODOOQOOQOOOOOOOOOOOgOOOQOOQOOOOO OOr (T "S f --