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15c w Not 16 cent or 17 cent But 1 5 cenU Velvet Ahvays(Hits a 3 Bagger: Sight! Smell! Taste HI THEN it's easy to get to the home-plate, right where you snuggle down in an old coat and slip pers to enjoy life. To begin with, Velvet Tobacco, in its jolly red tin, has a wholesome generous look to it Nothing namby-pamby about it A red-blooded tin full of red-blooded tobacco, for red-blooded folks. Open it up and you get the fragrance that Nature stored in the tobacco during eight changing seasons, while it mellowed in great wooden hogs heads. And sayl It's great! That good, natural fra grance of Kentucky's wonder tobacco Burley King of Pipe-land. No camouflage about it No dolling up. j ll iftfff I Pack a pipeload. Light up and you'll get the fragrance of real tobacco the incense to solid comfort And a mild, pleasant taste, that only our Nature ageing method can impart You will never taste a finer cigarette than the one you roll with Velvet Fifteen cents a tin Batter upf -not a cent more. v& "ft V. A friendly pipeful make even the umpire teem al most human. f we- -the friendly tobacco TroakU Mkr "Thass that h turnad tha World upside dowa bar eoas hither also. Acts 17:0. When the anballevlag Jew at Tbcssalonlca took Ji'son and others before the rulers and filed that charge against theui, they were prompted by a feeling of resent ment of an sort of Infringement of their authority, although they werj assured that those poodle had not come to destroy the law but to ful fill It. The mission of thone people wns to preach peace und not to In cite to war and tear down the Instl- tutlons of society and civilisation. That wui an Invasion of servants of righteousness and resulted In the establishment of the principles of Christianity tho propagation of the seeds of truth, and good will among men. Their mission was spir itual; their conduct was respectful of law and order; there was no effort toward destruction of life or proper ty; their weapon was the pure word of God presented by men Imbue! with the spirit of faith and well ground devotion to the teaching of the old prophets as revealed In tho Christ. Truth has not changed, but cer tain social conditions have come about In recent years when human selfishness has come to seek advan tage for one clan over the other. For many years in the pant, we have heard and read of organizations of men In foreign countries seeking to overthrow law and undermine all forms of government and turn all order and civilisation Into confusion and disorder, and now we who have enjoyed the blessings of law, relig ion und organized society may well say as did those Thessalonlan Jews, "lhe"y that have turned the world upside down are come hither also." They are not confining themselves to Russia or Uoumanla or Germany but have Invaded our peaceful and pros perous America, where liberal laws and customs have long prevailed to give to every class and cult a chance to live and enjoy civil and political freedom. They are not content with American lltlerality and toleration. They come seeking the overthrow of government and order and would destroy all the elements of social, civil, political. Industrial and re ligious liberty they have ever known. These people have been described as anarchists now they bob up as bolshevlsts. I. W. W. and alien enemies. Let It be kept In mind that Germany hates the United States and Germany is the most re sourceful nation in the world in the way of hatching and promoting pro paganda to carry out designs of reachery. It can hardly be doubted hat German influence Is behind the restless elements now making trou ble In this country. The bold out lawry of the I. W. W. In Washing ton, Oregon, California and Illinois. the strikes in all the Industrial works, the antagonistic spirit man ifested in Mexico and the bumptious, arrogant, brutal spirit manifested among American negroes, all go to how that some powerful, cunningly devised, sinister influence is behind these agencies of confusion and tur moil to wreck American Institution and reduce our proud nation to s state of chaos and ruin. The federal government haa fined the wholesale price of beet sugar at 10 1-2 cents a pound. Voluntary tkmo'laJioa Kiidnrtcd WASHINGTON. Not. 14. Com-pul-orr rfcftrUott of railroad labor disputes waa rejected today by the House, which voted 1S1 to 75. to substitute la th pending railroad bill the pl voluafaxr sonollia tit a offered fcf ltepratAtive Sweet, republican, of Iowa, and iadorseri by railroad workers. ftlf fading baler, one tripple dif flow. ne rulcner and .... .!,!,. mm ueoder. Sfl Victor . vi,m t Hlackard Hardwa KoUf All customers who are owing ac tuals whici have been running blnco prior to May 1st. are requested ts corae la an par same at ooce. this Is Imperative. ORAVIJM IMIVQ CO. Stephens county has voted a road bond Issue et 3.500,000. Men wlta oil wells are' not concerned about expenses. CarKr Glass has been appoiuted United States Senator for Virginia, to succeed Senator Martin. Two Army Wagons left. Ccm. and iget them for $125 each. 2Jpd 0. L. JO.NR9 WOODY MOTOR CO. is aow under the management of J. W. Woody ic Sn, we haing bought the interest of Messrs Waterman & Devlin. Ve will conduct a first class Garage and will appreciate your business. Our Mechanics are first class and we can as re you that your car will receive the best of attention. Woody Motor Company J. W. Woody & Sons, Props. Snyder, Texas urvwi A New York special says it has been definitely found that tho Com munists expect to ruin the Ameri can Government by bringing and encouraging labor strikes. With that fact proved it is time for the government to rid itself of that class of enemies. James Callan a prominent ranch man at Menard and formerly presi dent of the Texan Cattle lUlsers As sociation is under charge there of killing a man named Hillings. Cal lon says he never saw the man he- fore. There are 60,000 seditious people mow nudr aurvellance of tho le- partment uf Justice. CASTOR I A For Iofaats aad Ckittrta In Use For Ovr 30 Years Always bean tba aifnatar of We meet all Santa Fe trains. Phone your orders In to 14 or 111 Newt Hargrove v Ity stubbornesw of Republican lead ers in tbo Senate we have just about lust all that our boy fought for in France. A sijuod of I. W. W. braves hav. repulsed a posse of ex-service men In Washington and a stronger fore is organizing to press the fight to a finish. The Democratic administration has done all It could to bring about world peace on a lasting basis but the Republicans didn't want it so. It Is now more apparent than ever why President Wilson Insisted upon the ejection of a Congress In har mony with his nolic'es. Republican Senators have about succeeded in killing the peace treaty and now want to declrre peace with Germany without uny International agreement, and Germany will dis countenance whatever the United States may propone and business hostilities are apt to continue. A farmer at Gainsvllle created a sensation when he showed a seet potato that weighed ten and a half pounds. The Signal has one on ex hibit grown by Mr. llowen. a Scurry Scurry county farmer, that weighed 14 pounds when fird taken from the ground. Mr. Hill Brown of Coahoma, whili pausing throiiKht Snyder visited th Signal and had the paper sent to his brother. J. S. Hrown at Coahoma. ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE Nam "Bayer" is on GeouiM Aspirin say Bayer Railroad Administrator Mines hat consented t pay time and a half to ft la engine men on iow .r.-.s.... I.. -..a ,i, olBWp TirWome of ill adl ;BUU,U 4" v - KiUeri by Rlow on Head ROBY. Tezas. Nov. 15. A diffi culty over the picking of cotton re sulted In the killing yesterday, on a farm aix mU south pf Roby, of Rudolph Karuz. a German, from estimated that this Increase wl II.MO.OOt a wo-nth to the pay roll of the workers. Tin .bolrfhcvlVJehow disappoint ment bncausu thooal strike has been broken. The strik U their main Comanche. In tho fight Droomo struck Karai over the bead with a wagon yoke, bursting the skull. M! agency for destruction of the Cult-), Three negroes at Wilmington. Iel., killed one policeman and shot up another and now the officer" "re '.uny to prevent a triple Ijnchtng. HAD CHRONIC BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS NOW WELL AND HAPPY THIS IS WORTH READING Tho experience of Mr. E. J. Tou uulik, 1AM itose street, l-aCrone, Wisconsin, is chiefly remurkxibla on account of the length of time he was afflicted. He writes: huve been suf fering with chronic bronchitis for twenty-six yeurs and every winter I would catch .cold and become so hoaree I could not speuk for six or eight weeks. I could Ket only tem porary relief. "This winter I waa taken with (irip and was In awful shape. A fellow workman advbwd me to tak PE-RU-NA. Uy tbe tims I had used three-fourths of a bottle, th hoarseness was gone, ahto thai tired feeling-. I a in" on my recood bottle. Hereafter FK-RU-NA will be constantly in my house. It Is ho best medicine ever put up for th purpose." For nny disenso due to catarrh or catarrhr.I conditions, I'tf-KU-NA is equally dependable. CourLs, colds, catarrh of tho he .;!, sUmuch trouble, constipation, lhcumatism, pains in the back, sMc and loins, blontinc, belching f,ei-, inui-tion, cntprrh of the lan;e .ri rmr.W i:v testines, ore some of t;i- tioi.!)les for which TK-RU-NA is e.spjciilly rernmnnndod. TK-RU-XA can ho Mfinrw nnv'w-hcre in either tablet it liquid form. Misses Kada and Veda Miixwell came over from Sweetwater to spend Sunday at borne. Iniitt on Utrtr Tablets of Aspirin la a "Bayer package," containing props directions for Headache, Cold, Pain, Kura!gi, Lumbago, and Rheumatism. Nane "Bayer" means genuine Aapiria prescribed br pbyaiciaaa for ninetea yrara. ManJy tin boxes of 12 tablet coot fw eenta. Aspirin W trade mark of Bayer Manufacture oi Maa4i acidettrr of SalicylicaciJ. 8 &r&Tn7ttj The Xmas Rift deserves more tb&n passiDR consideration. Make it a suitable selection from a real (rift stock. It should be a pift that will last a life time, designed and engraved to retain the fond, eudetring, appreciative air of thouRhtfulness with which it is Riven. We luve a selection of such articles that will suit tout every rted in this line, as will no other. 9 - J --- rTrTr. rvmr Tiring- , Jii JEWELER"" OPTICIAN J . 1 A It t 1 " i " Cm. 11 c S'lo govern m'.-nt. i called up wun niu.K"' 2ZZ1