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THE BNTOCn HIGNAJL, BNTDHR, T K.TAS, .FRIDAY JULY 11, lVlt.
Children Cry She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has horns the signature of n and has been made under his per si&W-? 6onal supervision since its infancy. aVX S-CUCAAlZ auow n0 one to deceive you in this. A'.! Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Ialants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A G-.su.ria la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its, guarantee. -For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS v. SI rBears the la Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought INCREASE IX WAGES. Fort Worth Record. The National City bank of New York notes as a fundamental error that of ussuming that the living con ditions of the masses of the people can be improved by simply pushing up money wages and shortening the' hoars of labor. The argument is thutj it is possible that certain groups j may Improve the!r relative positions in this way, making gains for them selves nt the expense of other wage earning groups, but such an accomp lishment does not raise the gcntral nnnlflnn nf lnhnr The iron and steel Industrie. nn1 workers have t obtained wage ad vances aggregating 100 per cent Bince the beginning of the war. which is mor than the average advance in all the industries. The selling pries of steel and textile products have been advanced accordingly, and the workers in all other Industries nre paying the bill. "The only gains,"; says the bank, "that signify general benefit are those which represent an Improve ment in the standard of living for the masses of people, giving more leisure and more comforts which they crave. There are gains for which society should unitedly strive. buti wage advances alone do not bring them. Indeed, wuge advances which simply put up pHces'on. ennsurners are so disappointing that they result in embittering the wage-workers against the whole social order, be cause they feel that they have some- I how been cheated out of what had ostensibly been conceded. If each line of industry will contrive to increase its production, thus having more to offer In exchange, it la evident that 'the workers In every line will have more for consumption. ... 1 .r" ; , . me wur nun """ i are-possible simply by the full and am "Z "c n, well organized employment, of all in- "bed. me light on the menacing In. ril forces. Scientific learning! Predicament of the cattle raising in ( H mobilized for . the assistance otjdustry. The cattlemen were urged as is moouueu nr j nartiotlc duty to increase tbe industry more errecnve.y 'nan, lis e.rrr ""' ' . ' . . will follow. Finally, tne greatest ' . .u- nf influence ior n.r - - , social conditions will . hp found ininiuno wim .- more harmonious relations between employers and employes." C ASTO R I A For Infanta and CMMren In Uso FcrOverSO Years Always bean tbe Signature of C D. Morrell and Mr. and Mrs. ..... - ... ... u. hcon daughter and Miss Earl Shepparu or Tost and Miss Willie Sbeppard of Italia, visited in Snyder a few days i j t ap0' - I - defies extra- H.Mon MIM Holland certainly has f en hoid oi an embarrassing sit- taken hold for Fletcher's Signature of Harry New who killed his Bweet heart at Los Angeles is having e bard time to establish his honorable lineage. Senator New doesn't deny it but says it is beyond the law. High brows like that should go the way of the notorious Hreckenridge o! Kentucky. Mrs. Charles Cooper of Fori Worth came in Monday for a sum mer visit with the home folks. Mrs. Rums' Letter. Here is u letter that is certain tf prove of Interest to people in this vi cinity, as cases of this sort occur in uusl every "e'Snoornoou, peo ple should know what to do in line circumstances: Savannah. Mo.. Oct. 12, 1916. "1 used a bottle of Chamberlain'? Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy ahout nine years ago and it cured me or flux (dysentery.) I had another at tack of the same complaint some three or four years ago and a few doses of this remedy cured me. I have recommended Chamberlain's Colic und Diarrhoea Remedy to doz ens of people since I first used it." With 23 governments calling upon Holland to surrender Germany's ex loyally sue is cuuiioh- j that her refusal will put her In bud odor with ull other countries. Paris people can't buy cigars oi cold drinks on Sunday. Chamberlain s Tablets. I. These tablets are intended especi- nm;.rh trn.ihles. biliousness . I and constipation. If you have any.' trouble of this sort, give them a trial and realize for yourself what a firs class medicine will do for you. They only cost a quarter. The statement of Mr. Ousley, As , . . k,,.uro - - line suppijf " - - that their herds are - larger than ever before. Dut the de- uatisfled . .. ..rwl irpnnlly ll V was suuaemy iuouiu the ending of the war and the return or our soldiers. A decline in the price of cattle followed nnd this has been increased by the action of thr War Department in throwing on the markets of this country immense quan titles of beef which had been bougnt to feed the army In France. Hut while these things forced down th price oMive stock, they die! not af fect the price of beef In the butcher shons. Nowhere, apparently nas there been a reduction In the retail price or neei. wnue i..'. - an increase in many ciues. m....." as high as 20 per cent u som- . u the consumption of beef was dlnnn- it.n,i Kv mrresslnc TCtall prices nt ished . time when the supply of beef on the hocf has hecn greater than erer pefore. The law of supply and deman against the cattle raisers, and, seem ingly, to somo extent ut least, against the packers, but has been impotent as against the retail butchers, for It is they, according to Mr. Ousley's account of the mutter, who have not only sustained but advanced price. despite condition which commanded that they be reduced. Dullas News. Ijiimc Shoulder, This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles. All that Ik needed Is ubsolute rest and a few applications of Chamberlain's Llnl nient. Try it. H. It. Turner a pioneer resident at Lockncy aped 73 years, died there from ueute indigestion. He was nick an hour. Joe Lock wood hns some fine home grown apples In the fflgnal exhibit booth. Oil reports continue to sipo thru and maybe something tangible will pop open before long. Editor Ed Warren of Post City Post was here lust Sunday und Monday C ITATION IJY riWJCATIOX. The State of Texaa. To the sheriff or any constable of Scurry County; greeting: You are hereby commanded to cuuso to be published once each week for u period of ten consecutive days before the return day hereof, in a newspaper of general circulation which has been continuously and reg ularly published for a period of not less than one year in said Scurry county, a copy of the following notlci The State of Texas. To ull Persons Interested In the welfare of Marshall C. Higglns, a minor: Mary Olive Higlns has field in the county court of Scurry county. an application for guardianship upon the estate of said minor, which will be heard at the next regular term of said county court of Scurry county. Texas, to be holden at the court house thereof, in the city of Snyder, on the 14th day of July, A. I) , 1919, the same being the second Monday in July, A. D., 1919, at which time and place al persons interested in the welfare of said minor are cited to appear and contest, if they sei proper, said application, being num ber 365 on the docket of said court. Herein fail not but have you be fore said court on the said first day of the next term thereof, this Writ with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. . Given under my hand nnd the seal of said Court, at office in Snyder. Texas, this the 3rd day of July, A I)., 1919. 4 (Seal) W. M. Cl'RRY. Clerk County Court Scurry County, Tex. .Inly iounU ii i Snyder. Snyirer had a Fourth of July. Just couldn't help it. Many of our folks thought we wouldn't but the caleii dar had It down and we had to have it. Several towns close about hail gatherings and fun and some of our folks went. The banks and the post, office und most of the stores wert closed ull day and the town was strictly quiet. There was no advance in anything but vegetation nnd In terest on notes. Oil .jugglers refused no repon progress an,, ,euos ""o,, went fishing had nothing to say. . . . i. ( Those who stayed at home went tc church at nieht wondering why Sny der could not have had a celebration LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Dorsn't hurt! Lift any corn or callus off with fingers my Don' puf'.cr! A tiny bottle of Free - tol C0Ktg lut a few ccnt8 ot an, ilrug 8tQre Appy & few drpg on tho corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bottom of feet, t'-n lift them off. Wh'-n Fro-, zone removes corns from the toes or calluses from tho bottom of feet, the skin beneath Is left pink unit hoolViv n rw! n r. r tT iBf, ,"B tendor Of LEMOMS MAKE SKIN WUITK, HOKT, CLEAR Mnke UUs Bounty Ixtion for a few cents and See for Yourself. What girl or woman husn't heard of lemon julco to remove complexion blemishes; to whiten the skin and to bring out the roses,' the freshness and the hidden beauty? Dut lemon juice alone is acid, therefore irrita ting, and should be mixed with oreV ard white this way. Strain through a fine cloth the Juice of two fresh lemons Into a bottle containing about three ounces of orchard whites then shake well and you have i whole quarter pint of skin und com plexlon lotion at nbout the cost one usually pays for a small Jar of or dlnary cold cream. He sure to strain the lemon Julco so no pulp gets Into the bottle, then this lotion will re main pure and fresh for months When applied daily to the fuce, neck nrnia and hands it should help to bleach, clear stnoothen und beautify the skin. Any druggist will supply three ounces of orchard white at very lit tle cost and the grocer has the lem ons. Those of our neople who attended the picnic ut Lubbock on the fourth report a great big time. The Joy of lilting. To enjoy life we must have good health. No one can reasonably hope to get much reul pleasure out of life when his bowels are clogged a good share of the time and the pois ons that should be expelled are ab sorbed Into the system, producing headache and Indigestion. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets wIP move the bowels, strengthen the dl gestlon and give you u chance to real ize the real Joy of living. Try it. WITHOl'T fOLITKN. The biggest question in the world today Is the labor question how to give a fair deal to und get a fair ileal from labor; how to satisfy the reasonable demands of the men and women who do the world's manual work und get them to a state of mind so that they will uot make unreason able demands; how to keep labor power continually upplied to produc tion ut maximum eflicieucy. That, take it all round, is the biggest question in the world. It is not u political question ut all or need not be. Comparatively little political action of any sort Is j necessary to solve it. We can go right uheud and solve it ourselves If we want to.. Every employer and evrey workman can do his own solving lar easier, surer and better than congresses, legislatures or Soviets can solvelt for him. If the men who do the employing and working will just study, open-mindedly. how to give a fair deul in their own relation ships the labor question will snlvi itself. Political intervention is sim plycalling in lawyers and courts to settle a questionable boundary cus that the parties could settle them selves If they would be tair. reason-jsTITI'TlOX able and eoncilatory. Dont wait lorj politics. Start solving on your oi hook. Saturday Eveninif Post. NOTICE RY PUBLICATION. of Ti, . To C-ifl Sheriff or any cousiaoie of Scurry county, greeting: Yu are hereby commanded to cause to be published in the Snyder Signal, a newspaper of general circulation published In said county, ut least once a week for ten consecutive days before the return day hereof, the fol lowing notice: The State of Texas, To all persona interested In the welfare of Esther McDermott. a min or. Mrs. Dovie McDermott Edmond son has filed application in the coun ty court of said Scurry county to be appointed gt.iardian ot the estate of said Esther McDermott, minor; which said application will be heard by said court at tbe next regular term thereof to be holden at the court house ot said county in the city of Snyder on the' 2nd Monday In July. A. D , 1919. the same being 'the 14th day of July. A. D.. 1919 at which tlmu all persons interested in said estate are required t- npp.ar and answer said proceedings, should they desire to do so. Herein fail not, but have you be fore said court, on the first day of the next term thereof, this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have exocited the same. Witness my hand and official ieul, at Snyder. Texas, this the 13th day of June. A. D.t 1910. (Seal) W. M Curry. Cl-vk of the County Com, Scurry County, Maroted Ten young women to enter the Lubbock Sanitarium Training School for Nurses at once. Applicants Address Miss Mary Farwell, R. N. Supt. Care Lubbock Sanitarium Lubbock, Texas. NOTICE OK AITIJCATIOX FoU SALE OK HEAL ESTATE The State of Texus: To the Sheriff or any Constable of Scarry County, greeting: You ure hereby commanded t- cause to be published in the Snyder Signal a newspaper of general circu lation published in said county, at least once a week for 20 consecutive ys before the return day hereof, the following notice: The State of Texas, to all persons Interested in the estate of E. C. Tay lor deceased. Know ye, that Hugh Taylor, ad ministrator of the estate of E. C. Taylor, deceased, having on the 16th day of June, A. D.. 1919. filed In the County Court of Scurry County. Tex as, exhibit application to sell tin following described land belonging to said estate: All the east one-half of Section No. 2, block 2 S. P. Ry. Co. survey in Taylor county, Texas; All the east one-half of Section No. 2, block 2. T. it N. O. Ry. Co. ur- vey inTaylor County, Texas; Ami all the N. W. 1-4 of Section No. 4. block 2 T. k. N. O. Ry. Co survev in Taylor County. Texas; All the N. E. 1-4 of Section No. 5 bloc!. : 2 S. P. Ry. Co. survey in Taylor I county, Texas; und all of section No. 303 in block 9 7. H. & T. C. Ry. Co. survey In Scurry county, Texas. Now therefore these ure to notify all persons Interested in said estate to be and personally appear at the next regular term of the honorable County Court, to be holden at the court house in the ctiy of Snyder on the 2nd Monday In July, A. D.. 1919, same being the 14th day of said month, and then and Ibere to show cause why such sale should not be made, should they choose to do so Gven under my bund nnd seal of fflce this 23rd tlay of Jn. A. D.. 1919. (Seal) V. M. Curry. Clerk. County Court, Scurry County, Tex lly Willie Morred. Deputy. 4 PRO AMENDMENT TO TEXAS CON. IS NOW IN EFFECT. Austin, Texas. July 4. Following j canvassing of the returns of th jStato Canvassing Hoard of the elec tion held on .May 24 on the fou. proposed Constitution amendments. the Governor issued a proclamation late yesterday evening, proclaiming that the prohibition amendment which can led by a majority of 19, ti24, is now a pail of tho Texas Con stitution. The amendment is self acting. No additional legislation i-' necessary to make it operative. The Governor used two pens in signing the proclamation, one of which he gave to H. A. I vey, a pro leader of Sherman, und the other to R. 11. Kirby, leading prohibitionist of Austin. Tabulation of the official returns disclosed that the woman suffrage amendment was defeated by a major ity of 25.120. The amendment to increase the Governor's salary was defeated by u majority of 84.833. and the homo owning amendment was lo::t by a majority of 9,102. What You Want How You Want It Wlen You Want It For nytunf m the printing cotca JJ to us ar and we'll guar antee you Mtuiactorf work at prices tht are right Cattle Huhu, Meat I p Washington, July .1. The West and Southwest is anxiously culling on the Government for uctlon that will sae tin cattle industry from the serious condition with which it Is threatened due to what has been termed a manipulation of price cut ting at both the producer Hnd retuiler Compared with one year ago, beef on the hoof is off 15 per hundred. rwhile on the block" there is said to have been au advance of 24 per cent TeleK-ams reaching members of the Texas delegation in Congress from the cnttle-producing section of that State and from the live stock ex changes uk that a poliey be put under way that will induce the people to consume more meat. The situation, which It is asserted tonight seriosuly threatens the feder. banker and general pvodurer. ha lnen under consideration by members of the Kansas deWgdtioii In Congress for s veral days. That Mate purtie- j ariy the western portion .,.. of okuhoma. a and so ir.i- are in dire distress, according tbe Inform ation in Washington, due to a lug- g!ng in the market and Jeopardizing ! thousands of dollars' worth of cattle- paper held ly Western Dunks, it is pointed out that the price of hogs has increased, feed also having got.e up. while cattle on the hoof ha fallen. On top of th!s the retailing agency Is confronted with an increase equal to 24 per cent compared with a yea- ago. Feeling Blue Liver Lazy Take a Calotab. H'ouderful Mow. Toung. uml. En ergetic You Fcl After Taking This NnuseuJetiN Calomel TuMet. If you have not tried ( alotabs you have a delightful surprise await ing yon. The wonderful liver-cleansing and system-purifying proper ties of calomel may now be enjoyed without the slightest unpleasantness. A Calotab at bed time with a swallow of water, that's all. No taste, no salts, nor the slightest unp'casant effects. You wake, up in the morning feeling ho good that you want to laugh about it. Your liver is clean, your system Is purified, your ap etite hearty. Eat what you wish, n danger. The next time you feel lary, mean, nervous, blue or discouraged give your liver a thorough cleaning with a Calotab. They are so perfect that your druggist is authorized to refund the price as a guarantee that you will be delighted. Calotabs are sold only In original sealed packages. Price thirty-five cents. At all drugstores. (adv.) The wife should be pluced upon a regular salary as a means of solring flnanclul domestic contravorsies. wa the advocation of Judge Geo. M. 1 Francis of Minnesota when the court was confronted by a case In which husband and wife had fistic encoun ters over the family finances. , According to the Minnesota Mag istrate, the wife should be paid for her labor Just as any other mem ber of the human race who works. Pay her a salary and she will not bother her husband abont money. She Is thrifty enough to live with in her Income and she will be satis fied if she has a certain amount of money at her own disposal and does not have to a3k for every cent she gets. If you don't believe this, added the Judge, try this plan as a balm to your family's financial troubles. Mrs. Ed Warren of PobI is vis'ting j i has operated in me naiurm lrrltat-c. I l - nation.