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Ttiq 6NYDEII SIGNAL, BN'YDL'tt, T KXAH, KIUDAV, (KT, 17, 1910.
fKfe (iB n OTfiil In) 0 0 btMIUHH! Net Cante-ntt ISTluid Pmchw a.t ai (nimt.-a 1'EH CUNt AVvo!.ililc lYcoaratioolbf As ! invi iiiiKJihfFoodtrvKi'iuli- I 1in(5Uu,tomAdisandBvvlsrf TliTrhvi'mmoilniiDilion I ChcrrfulncssandRMllu I neiiluT(Hlam.Morpiuncn MbcraLNoTKAHCOTiv i htm W For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tho Signature of A k fttnlfifll tHemcdvfof rnMipationdDiarrnoc! j Iossofeep i racttmueSiIr0' j 1 JCtv'f- i 'EW TUMI: ar i r IT In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. tm.: cintu aoa'tar ntw cit Ash Your Dealer Grand Prize Hotfcfil firearms 6 Ammunition Writ? forCMMogup' tmc rHNoroN m4 u m c co e i Tlx- 1'iif t fit y I'os". -says Mr. and Mrs. Way Daniels an, the proud ami happy parents uf a fine, baby yirl. Weather lor October. Under date Otobor 11, Foster out lines serial storm changes from 11th to 24th and says: These storms will dominate the weather of (he continent form near October 10 to neur Oct. 24. Tempcr- uturo will fluctuate, but, while the season culls for general trend down ward of 9 degrees, I expect tho trend to bo upward mort than 10 degrees from Oct. 9 to 21, and then s cold wulve that will bring a grest full, causing frost to threaten the north ern pnrts of the cotton belt. The two principal storms of tho month will come within this four-tenth-day w out her period and thev will largely increase the amount oi precipitation which will continue to he In about the same sections us for the last three months. Theno princi pal storms of Otober will occur during the five days centering on Oct. 12 nnd 25. and last Morni will be unusually severe and will probably develop two sets of storms, one de scribe above, then a tropical storm which muy develop into a hurricane. These October storms will greatly benefit the winter wheat sections. particularly where winter grain 1m sown for pasture, nut in the spring wheat sections, north of the hlirli ridges that run east and west, preci pitations will continue short becausj the moisture must come from the Gulf of Mexico and will be precipi tated on the south side of thes" ridges. Precipitation will continue to be heaviest in the cotton States and in the Arizona-New Mexico country. Se ine at Kelbr's i J e for everything. I M.i'hine and supplies Second H.ilid See Singer Will be in j,ietpr.fl2 Mr. J. A. llridwell aim son (i. W. llridwell. of Rusk county came in h few days ago and are looking about rent a farm. Another son. M. L. llridwell has beenh here for some line. They like this country ami were In to fee inn LtTiii rimi i ih"m he Signal office. office on loth and First f each moiita jo r ive money on accounts. K. ('. Powell. Authorized Singer S.il man. Scurry county. 16". f The .New Telephone li rectory The Signal Job department has just completed and turned out the new telephone directory. Just a few years ago ihe list of the patrons of the Snyder Station was carried on tour pages. Now it requires thirteen pages to carry the lift, and this with table of rules and regulations ;r.id the advertising makes a book of twenty pages besides the backs The telephone business in growing along with world development In iith-r lines and people, when thiy once know the convenience of a telcphose All factions in congress are be ginning to lit 1 the tie d t.f President !i ii rtli n ir I- ! in Wilson's personal touch I public iu-st lolls in the house are never satisfied t b without. The telephone saves going on many an errand ami cm, uui in- worry of suspense of waiting to know- something. The growth of the local exchange shows what th Sctirrv A poultry woman in an Indian 0(),irity people think of it town reports 4 1 1 eggs from 2 Inns 'in 3 days. Iletcher you couldn't in duce Senator It 1 to go to that town to make a speech. Horn in Snyder Oct.. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Kogerds. a boy. r 1 SAVE the Leather X SHOE POLISHES Keep Your Shoes Neat LIQUIDS AND PASTES FOR BLACK.WHITE.TAN.AND N nv.oi nnnrniBK RROWN) SHOES W W V"" Tt (ft OAllIY COS0ATIOH$ UMITtft BUFFALO NY I ! r 1 V m av m i m m Senator Sherman of Illinois said President Wilson and his party brought back $7.('(i0.0fo worth of presents from royalty in F.urope. and when Tumulty -published the list the people knew that Sherman had - -. Kx-kinir ConstMitine of lireee- (thinks the divine rights of kings have been exploded. Constantino lives in seclusion In Switzerland and Is in constant fear of assassination. I.ud wig of Mavarla also in Swif.erlnd is easy in mind, lie lives in the open walks much and likes to meet the newspaper folks and the kodakcr. Says lie has no desire to go back as to be king any more W. W. Karly was here Saturday tiu;i Camp Spriogs nnd wanted to hir--" hands to prop his cotton up till the lolls get open. He say he has l2' iicres and is sure be c.-.n get 75 ba'jes If he can get it picked. Married Married at tho residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mtb. U. V. Urown on the evening of the 10th Oct. ICtiHlgn C. V. Johnson, of the U. S. Navy, to Miss Gladys M. Hrown, tho double ring ceremony being per formed by the bride's pastor, Hev. I). It. Hardlson, pnstor of the First ChrlstJun Church. Knsign Johnson has seen much active service In the navy nnd Is still retained on battleship plying In the Atlantic. He is a young man of sterling character and fine mental qualification. Miss Gladys is one of our best and most accomplished Snyder girls. No prnlse would place her nny higher In the estimate of any who have tho pleasure of ber acquaintance. For two years she has been teaching n cli.ss In expression at I.oekney. . Many sincere good wishes follow this couple In their new pdat'on and nlso hope and pray that life will be filled with many deserved blessings. I il TTolna h 1 01 (). A Sick k c Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. Wil liam Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-down of my health. 1 was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, ... and the pains were very severe. A friend told me 1 had tried every thing else, why not Cardui?... 1 did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." TAKE mm The Woman's Tonic Do you fed weak, diz zy, worn-out? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the com plaints so common to women? Then why aot give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other vomen w ho suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Ordai. m m l All DniggisU $J package before package during the war the war package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 137 XotJcp. j To all who aro indebted to the ( Thompson drug Co. as we have not ( made anything for the last two years I have not bothered you with your account, but now- I must ask you to settle as soon as possible as I hav. Miss Kdna Yonge came over from some five hundred of these accounts ! Sweetwater to visit her sister, Miss It was Karl Bent ley and not Elmer who got married last week. The Sig nal hastens to make this correction so that Klmer may not be hampered in his effort in that direction. don't ask me to hnnt you up. So please see me and settle up soon. My books will be found at the Kchol's Drug Co. 10 W'. T. Thompson. Philip 1 onge was here Saturday and Saturday night to visit friends and to b-.irn more about M-.sonry and o further perfect himself in that line. Louise. Mrs. 1. W. Boren left last Sunday, for Waco to meet with the Grand Chapter of the Order of Kastern St:i s'he goes as the representative of the i'uyder Chapter. The Republican Council at Fort Worth urgently invite the Ferguson School of ex democrats to vote the republican ticket. Surely they are welcome to the Ferguson bunch. The democrats gave them a fair chance and they proved entirely unfit. CHICHESTER SPILLS Diamond 0 nun r.ssiox.iii X. c BRAND I.KTCHKK Dentist Office In Williams' Building Snyder, Tesjwi. Co- LACIEsJ Art your Oravrl.t for Cni-CHES-TER S A blAMu.N.V liKANU FILLS In Keo nndj Coi.d metallic bom, tcaled with Bluc0) Ribbon. Takb ho other. BarfyrV DnrrUt and aak fur 111-CUKft.TCk V 1I AMONIt RUIN l ILLS, for t wentT-fir EVERYWHERE yrart rrtmrdeil sol: ' TlMt. , TfciJU (est, Alwiya Krliahla. lL DRUGGISTS jOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000000900000CiyOC003COOOOOOOOOOO Notice To Bank Patrons K On account of the heavy volume of business and in order to make it possible to complete our day's work we find it absolutely necessary to establish a fixed hour for closing. On and after October first, 1919, we will close at three o'clock p. m. and remain closed until four thirty o'clack p. m. during which time absolutely no business of any nature will be transacted. After four thirty "o'clock p. m. we will again be open for one hour. The above plan will enable us to keep up with our clerical work which means better service to our patrons. First State Bank & Trust Company. The First National Rank. The Snyder National Bank. ! SNYDER. 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