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Classified Advcrtisoments JDHilMF Qft Arw oa cemt vet wok-d rilUllL 00 ro-REA.cn iftsEnTioft.sro at TA.K.EJ Ml LESS THA. 23 CEfiTS. Jest received a car of the genuine "Davis Ulg Vein" Piedmont Smith ing coal direct from the fields of J. C. Dawson. FOU &T211VICB A Jersey male at my place of buatnean one block from aortheast corner square. Telephone 262. W. T. Haze. 4 9tf FOR SALE by T. W. (Jabbert. Dunn, Texas. 2 Ford cars, 1 Maxwell at bargain. Phone or cr.ll. Bpd FOIt SALK Two horse Borgbum Mill, MR copper pan very little used. Also Jersey Milch cows. D. F. Ware. Fluvanna, Texas. P- TO TItADE For Grain, one heavy back. V. L. Shaw. fitf. FOR SALK A good cow. See O. L. Jones. Jersey milch llpd FOUND A pair spectacles In the Hargrove swimming tank. Tho owner may get them at the Hargrove home and pay 25 cents for this notice. WANTED to buy good second hand typewriter, Dr. J. M. Bnnnister. Bp . Transfer of School ChlUlreu. Patrons wishing to transfer their children from one school district to another, must do so by August 1st Application blanks for transfer can be bad In my office and the law says must bo signed by the patron with the bona fide intention of patroniz ing the school to which they an transferred. 4 O. L. Howell, Co. Supr. A. M. Herron believes If the oi' venture on the Riley land prove good ho closo to his land it will make him rich and ho will have to pay tax on his income. FESMIRE AND HARLESS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS Bargains In farms, ranches and city property. Snyder, Box 311 Texas. H Squire W. A. Louder of HeruiMv'i aa here Tuesday. He says he am) others are working up a block o' leases tor 10,000 acres near llerm leigh and expect to soon have a con tract signed up nnd a drilling outfit at work. Jv"ithout tinlty of purpose and ac tion we could not have so ipiickly mobilized the American power to win the war and if by system and author Ity we could win then why not con tinue united energy? We are the Service STRAYED OR STOLEN One meduiu size Jack branded triangle on left thigh. Good reward will be puld, If stolen, for arrest and con viction of thief ' ReynoldsRanch, 6p Cuthbert, Texas Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Anderson of the AnderBon-Ehols Drug Company went to Fort Worth last Friday to attend an entertainment given by the King Candy Company for their cus tomers from all over their trude ter ritory and the report show it to have been a great event. Mr. and Mrs Anderson arranged to be away about ten days, visiting at Eastland, Abi lene and Tuscola. Mrs. It. L. Hell and Miss Vela camo In Thursday night from San Marcos to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Hell. Miss Vela is a populnr teacher in the San Mar cos schools. Mrs. J. A. Stavely of Fluvanna was in Snyder Saturday and had the Plena! put to her address. The Sig ii 1 has pone to the Stavely home for many years, barring a lapse of a, fv, '.recent month and is glad to continue its weekly visits to that splendid fam Hy. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Haugh have re turned from Fort Worth where Mr. Haugh has been working at tho car penter trade for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ellis have come back to Snyder to reside. They have been engaged In the movie bus iness at Gorman. Pius Freytag a school trustee of Piuinv ew was n're inuimmj -- i inR to get free text books for hl"!u school. I New line of Soft I Cotton is doing well without rain. In fact the sandy land fanners need dry weather. Too much rain is bad Tor cotton there. Mrs. J. I Wiathcra and ton, lien, of Knapp, ae vMt'ng in New Mex ico. The Florida-to-Colorado highway convention had an eye to practical, effective plans and it promises to be a highway that people will delight to travel. 9 "JaWW!P"Ji agency for the John Deere binder and will be glad to take your order and delivery of the machine. Higginbothani Brothers & Company Cradle Roll Day. Jt wan an impressive sight and would have done any one good to have seen all those mothers come filing Into the Uaptlst church last Sunday with either the baby In her arms or toddling along ben I do tin mother holding her hand. Mrs. Roland Hell, superintendent of that department, Is certainly do ing a great work. After one of her sensible and appropriate talks to the mothers, each moth and babe was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers, emblems of purity, love and affection. When we looked upon the mothers we thought of Madonna, and when we looked at the babe we thought of the Habe of the manger. After the program was complete, nro. Sims took for his text "Take thin child away and nurse it for me and I will give the thy wages," Exodus 2:9. No mother could hear that sermon and not feel the greatest responsi bility of redoubling her energies to raise that babe for the Ixnl. Now, mother, and father too, the Lord gave you that sweet babe and," lnc v rr" ,'rrl"'1 Just sure as you 'rain that child up in the way it should go it will not depart from It when It Is old. That babe is a member of the Sun day school, and you ought never as long as It is under your control let It cease to be a member of the Sun day school. Lint en! parents Si per cent of tho church members were won to Christ through the Sunday school work You do not want that sweet bubi ever to hear vile, sumtty, or profane language. If you rear him in Hit Sunday school. he will hear much less of it than if you rear him to roam the streets at will. If you psi; him in the Sunday school he will have a greater horror for such lan guage than he would if he Is not reared In the Sunday school. And now Sweet Uabo before God gave thee to they parents, he had seen the King of day chase the stars to their hiding place, and the sable wings of night fold to give an az . .ti iUA .wj-t.icv t u r nn t uuu rc hint- .; wni ie rye ,le nut, H(,en tne crnison ,.. ,u ,,....,i t,. touched the blush that mantles thy I cheek. He had seen to little shining pearly, glittering dew drop upon the K blade of grass in the early mornug. as It reflected ten thousand prysmatic Irays of the sun. and he permitted jthat tear to flow from that sparkling !orb. and it has made the world mote 'tender hearted. He saw the little lamb and kitten and colt and calf as they frolicked land played; and He put a merry In jnocent playful nature into thy heart. He heard the laughter of the rip- - Collar Pins, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins and H. G. TOWLE, JEWELER. Delbert. the baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnston has been sick fon the last ten days, but is Improving nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hrumley spent a few days ramping and fishing or Hull creek this week. Bcurry county people will liv home now. They don't have o away to find work. l- e-l tuifr is ueecling rain. at IMow ds the tow Binders See us for ling rtll. aa It gamboled over Its stony bed 'neath Its mossy banks; and gave to thoo tho smile that dim ples thy sweet little cheek. He heard the music of all the song sters of the air; as they warbled forth thelr sweetest lay to make mother earth rejoice and be glad; and he gave to thee that sweet roo, coo. that maketh the heart of moth er and father glad. "A little child shall lead them." Sweet seraph, may thy leading bo to the high nil one Anonymous. I v Frits of Pennsylvania oil and R. W. Lamont of Kansas City are here looking over the oil situation They report that they are getting up a nice block of leases. Mr. lament says there Is oil here undoubtedly. The Signal learns that Dr. J. M. Bannister has decided to resume the practice of medicine In Snyder, lie left off here two years ago to prac tice for Vncle Sum at Columbus. new Mexico. Mr. Cornelius Davis a pioneer farm . i r . 1. J n . a pioneer friend of the Signal came In Thursday with the coin of the realm. Note the removal of the Denson Smith insurance and real estate of fice. Mr. J. H. Myers litis the thanks of the Signal for renewal. Fletcher Uarnes. son of W. J. Hames and cousin of Mr. Tliomar Fletcher returned from the war some i'me Ko. ne iiwcue kcm.c, ... ... and holds complimentary letters from General Pershing and also carrier decoration inslgnn for bravery. County cqurt opened last Mon day and several cases continued and some set for special days of the term. Mrs. L. E. Hodges and children expect to leave Satnrday for their home at Kingsville. in reason Gt-uyimi Drug; t -oitip.ui) . tin.' yrntiW Glenn Dunn son of J. ('. Dunn , is the first mun to report cotton blooms It seems to be generally under stood that the Dunn well has been sidetracked for the present. Keports nay the casing has heen drawn and the old machinery liscarded wit It the umler-'tanding tUM new machinery is to take the place of the old Kail Mrown of (lie lligginholhatu j Urotht n & Co. store is enjoying the bathing and sights at Corpus Christ I. time to buy Prices Eastman Kodak Films Our Stock is Now Complete. We will appreciate a portion of your film purchaser. Grayum Drug Company The Rexall Store Rev. J. W. McGaha of Ira is Inn ing a family reunion, lie was h"" Wednesday to meet his brother. J B. McGaha, and nephew Earnest Marshall of Wlnfleld. Alabama. am' a brother. R. W. McGaha of Gorman. Texas. It goes without sa)iug tiles.' boys will have n great time recount Ing experiences of the fun they hu'l when they were at home topether. Mrs. D. D. Daniels was in Wednes day from her home a mile west of town and instructed us to send the Signal to the Daniels home. T. J. Manning of the Itoy.l farm 10 miles went has placed a fine sam ple of his corn crop in the Signnl exhibit. Important Notice. The Farmers Co-Operative Asso clation will meet in the county coutt room at 3 o"clock, Wednesday. Julv 23. to consider matters of import nnce. All members urged to attend D. F. Wilson. President. Mrs. Neill Gross of Abllo-ne Is vis iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Merrell. Mr. Gross wus here Sun day but only for a day. W. H. Bledsoe of Lubbock wan elected to the State Senate to succeed Senator Bell, of Crowell. deceased. The only way now to get the Florida-Colorado hUhwuy built will be to go ahead and build it If S-'liyder waits to get the rash to pay the expense of establishing a city park It may be a long time in coining J. J llodnett of the t'nion com muni'y ramp In Saturday and added to the SiKnal exhibit collection n bunch of Sudan that mean u res eight mid lialfaml hoil-Iiiitii cane ten f'-et ten lches tall. Bracelet Watches. Dr. Kannifier having beMi dis charged from the army announces his return to rltll practice, office with Ainlersou-ICchols Drug Co Op Alter Pn-.ideht Wilson vetoed the Day Light saving bill because of its rider tho House sought to rep.'KH it over the veto, but il failed. M:. Lulu Abbott was ni appre ciated caller a! the SikMial 'ifiiee Tuesday and renewed her su'iscrip-1 lion t i tilt now. ttrttkm We meet all 8anta Fe train. Phono jour orders Id to 14 or 121 Newt Hargrove The frilled States Senate defeat ist Dip tirnnosition to oermlt the fll- :ig of lawful beer at two and three urths p.-r cent alcohol. K. P. DeLoach was in Saturday from Ira. and reported living condl lions and crop prospects looking up fl JrOKTlUTl DO YOU Lnow of irtjoM lio b old enough to reed, wbo Las not seen tbtt ign at a rnSroad croaalnf ) V rvcryoi. naa eo it ( sosm tima or utbar, th.o hy doaao lh rllro4 let th stfS ro( way 1 Why d-vi t. rJlie4 cotupaiiy contiout to kMf) tbottt t'jnt t rt ry crowlaf I Miyh you think, Mr. UrxhA "Mtwt rybo4y koow rtar, I duo't hr to 4vrtW Yr nor and yoor goo4a b4 mora aJTartUtnc than tha rmO taaAa oa4 Ao to wars paopW to "Look fhit tc tba Caa Nothlf c It vtr cout?tata4 U aW advartiainf oH4, - . " D p rim n t Biotao aae r'rf jocj a aainpla tbay ate -. vdno:iy ai1trlaM aoi cjr at contiaaaily loiaf iiltiiint raw a2a Vooo4 iv t 1 1 njimat tima, It ear ily will pay yoa to ran a4 tianiott about all tba tksa. Ift hat fcuainaaa, Hafl at, ADVERTISE In THIS PAPER - 4 a X a : i.OOK FOR TIIF. 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