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TOH SNTP EN BIQNAIi, 8NTDER, 7V.XAA, FRIDAV, OCT. 31, 1DI0.
? i 1 I best pal it his smoht "Knotty problem? Let me help" Ches. Field "TTELP" Is rlfiht! A smooth, mellow smoke is just the thing, when you're up against a tough one. Is that smoke. And Chesterfield An cipcrt and exclusive blend Is respon sible finest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun, and the best varieties of Domestic leaf put together by the manufacturer's private formula that brings out every last bit of flavor. No other process, no other blend, can successfully Imitate Chesterfield's smoothness and Ml-bodied flavor. No argument here! Chesterfields satisfy as no other cigarette has ever satisfied before. IK'Mlh of Mr. Miu-y Oiapinaii lira. llary Chapman, aged 80 year died at her home In Snyder Monday night Oct. 27. She ami her (laughter. Miss Minnie Chapman, have resided In Snyder for uboiit 7 years. Being feeble In heulth aim has nut been active, In local affairs but was known anil revered by a large circle of friend. She wan a member of the Methodist church und attended servient when she could. She wan horn April 7. 1839, was married to Wiley Chapman Sept. 17, J h 5 7. She was bereft of her li us- j hand nine .veers aKo. She was tht mother of eleht children and all of them survive her. Funeral services were held at noon Wednesday at the home by her pa-stor. Rev. A. W. Waddlll. Qu'te a number of neighbors and friends attended tin service. The fio 1 tribute rai profuse. The bod7 was sent away on the Santa Fe Wednesday evening to Leander, Williamson county, to bu buried by ti.a ride of her husband who huH Bonn on before. Neuralgia of the face, shoulders, fcsnd.4 or feet require a powerful remedy that will penotrate the flesh Mallard's Snow Mnfment possesses thi.t power. UubbH In whitre the pain is felt is all that Is necessary to relieve suffering and restorn nor mal conditions. For sain by (Jrsyuni Drug Co. ....... . f mwm ana the blend k iy can't be copied 5 9& L-' r 20 for 20 cents lit Baggage of Soldiers Ked Cross officials were notified today by the War Department that mors than 150,000 pieces of lost baggage belonging to former officers and men of the American Kxpe.dition ary forces, are stored on the Gov ernment docks ot Hoboken. N. J. The impediments, which is unclaim ed, consists of 20,000 trunk lockers, 15.000 bedrolls, 5.000 suit cases and 110,000 barrack bags which have come back from overseas. Much of the baggase is marked with names only and cannot be for warded to the ownerst in all cases a new shipping address Is required. As t!ie Ked Cross desires to assist each man from overseas to recover his lost property as well as to help the Government dispose of this enormous accumulation of property, owners ot lost baggage are asked to forward their claims and addresses to the 'Lost Baggace Branch. Pier 2. Ho boken. N. J." to gether with an ac- We want every member of this com munity to prosper. Even though you may do no business with us direct, your prosperity is an advantrge to the community and consequently to us. If we can help, with advice or service, please remember that we are cheerfully at your command. You may correctly count us YOUR FitlEXD. I Z, rim nl ! Hog For Hale 40 head of sows that will find pigs shortly. Price 17 cts. pound. Immune from cholera. 21 William Ramsey, Koch. Tex. J. n. Loftin of Morencl, Arizona, spent two weeks here visiting his sis ter, Mrs. Rhea McFarland at Dunn and left Monday. Stamford has recently had a new bond issue of $20,000 for street Im provement approved. The reason Stamford has the name of a pro gressive city, Is that the people are willing to pay taxes with which to build and do things. Mrs. S. T. EUa returned Monday from visiting relatives in Ft. Worth. curate description of property. the missing $100,000.00 At 3 12 per ceut, A. J. TOWLE $100,000,00 At 5 1-2 per cent. ALSO Cotton and Fire Insurance. Office Back of 1st State Bank Phone 196. ! Nasty colds are Relieved at once. 'Tape's Cold Compound" ihn nrvaks up a cold in a few Iiouin Capt. C. II Klllot of the Salvation raiy was here this week seeking d for missi'ins. He saH he is not unecled win the nation-wide S. A. jvement altho thry work along the ;ie line lit us hope that the Industrial Commission to whom the questions at issue between the capital and labor groups is to be submitted mav be able to accomplish more than did the conference. We tike no chances nor liberties with pre scriptions entrusted to us to' 111. ft care Your safety and your physician's orders are our chief ' Accuracy and knowledge in the compounding f pre icriptions is your safeguard here. S Iion't stay stuffed-up' Cjuit blow ins aud snuffing; A dos.- of "lVype'j Cold Compound" taken wv. iy two hourJ unUI thre. d". m" taken iwmjIIt breaks un a severe cold and Mr. 15. T. Patterson return-d Sun-!t.nds all grippe misery, day from Brandon where he wa.i Tllievtiy first dos- opens your called on account of sfikiie.s of a clogi:od-up nostrils and the air pas- sister. He leit her very much un- sates of the head, clop nose run- i i provtnl. H. T. is back on Itoutr A this week delivering mail to the people. WANTKH Men or women to take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guaranteed hosiery, full line of men, women and chil dren. eHi -.lnates darning. We pay Zc an hoar spare time or $24 week or full time. Experience unnecessary. Vrlte International Stocking Mills, I sates Iiing: relieves the headache, dullness, I feveri.shnc ss. sneezing, soreness and ( i Miffncss. ; Fapes Cold Compound" is the ' quickest, surest relief known and , costs only a few cents at drtiu stores. I It acts without assistance, tastes Bice contains no quinine--Insist upon rapes: i iorristow n, Ta. 28 Hallway Commissioner Maytield says a wtairve of coal miners would hurt Texas less than any other sti'tc Nearly all railroads us oil rr fuel, people cook with oil and most parts iof the states have an abundance of fire wood. nusiness enterprise is a wonder- ifnl invention. A ocmpany up north i Itohcrls-Doitk 41 r. Kuaene Roberts ttf hallas and Miss Josie louk of Snyder were married nt the home of the bride's parents last Saturday by Rev. A. W. Waddill. It was a quiet home wed ding attended b(r relstivits and a Tew intimate friend. The bride and groom are both i graduates of the Snyder High school J nnd are esteemed for their personal j worth. j T!c bri V is the daughter of Mr. und Mrs. 3ohn I). Ioak of Snyder li i. I. Aw, r .i.ltinpahlil Itlon of a new discovery wlch uhey graces of henrt and mind and lh lov- iwant to sell to the pubHc. wanting You can't afford to be bothered with inferior quality of hardware, with its re sultant loss ef time and money. That is our reason for business existence we will furnish you with the highest possible grade of hardware service- Trade with us and you will lt time and money ahead at rtie year's end. the raaiter run In the paper fre of i charge and asking that nwukd ropy ot ths paper be seit to them. I l Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Plant w.re jhere Wednesday from Foch. I . - . rata t i f M WW mJT. mr v r ftr- ?Tv 'fmmTJsitfm JUT IT iTO mml s .... rd by all who knw her. The groom has rrslded here for several yenrs aid is recogniaed as a rrlendld tyH" of young manhood--energetic, honorable, vlean in rhar eter and affable in his bearing and possessed of excellent businet q tali- fieatlons. Mr. Koberts nas a responsible re position with tht Adolphus Hotel in Dallas nnd they will make their home ! And at the Texas Cotton Palace a 'total of 21 West Texas counties are I now showing their exhibits to the 'people of the Great Black Land belt; in that city. 'of Central Texas a terri'ory from The Signal joins with their r.tany which so many West Texas farmers ' friends in congratulations. have come. Scurry coanty will !v j thero next time. i At the State fair or Texus. IU I '".V. -I Texas counties disyl:ied their T'.e l.nhhock Avalanche ha- Mi i! nrod-icts ut Texas1 big show. found its wny a.!trin to our exch:irp. j irlt table. The Advance is n ::oi-.i ' FHAREWARE CO s SNYDER.. TEXASJ TRUCK AND JITNEY Delivery Beds And General Ford Repairs !; it vrs n N est i exa- ;..,..;- covrtv win r.ot All kinds of UlacksmithinR and per-eral repair shop. Work Absolutely First Class E. L. Darby Shop located near bridge on Bridge street fx j;SjIEm-p'-yr.yrir paper. t;--r.'. '-l.'-Tg.TiVH,H"'