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01 Sick 01 women Cardul, the woman'! ioul helped Mrt. WB liam Eversole, o! Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-down of my health. ! was la bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such l weakness and dlizfness, ... and the pains were very severe. A friend told me I had tried every thing else, why not Cardul?.. . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . Alter 12 bottles, I am strong and wed. ft a TAKE I5) Hie Voman'. Tonic Do you feet weak, dlx ty, worn-out? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the com plaints so common to t i women? inenwnynoi I i give Cardul a trial? It I I V should surely do for yon y ' I what It hag done for so t H man thousand! of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardul. She will tell you how it .h W helped her. Try CarfuL n v loj oj OIIaUo Iy rbllcU THM STATU OK TEXAS COUNTY OK" SCURRY To the Sberirf or any Constable of Scurry County. GREETING: You are hereby commanded to summon Slndal Manning by making publication of this citation once In each week for tour successive 'weeks preTloua to tha return day 'hereof, in ionie newspaper published In your County, If there be a news paper published therein, but if not J then In any newspaper published In the 32 judicial district; but If there be no newspaper published In said i IJudloial district, then In a newspaper I published In the nearest district to said juuieui uismci, 10 appear ai the next regular term of the District Court of Scurry County, to be hold en at the Court house thereof in Snyder, on the Fourth Monday in December, 1919, the same being the 22 day of December, 1919, then and there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 20 day of Novem ber, 1919. In a suit Numbered on the docket of said Court No. 2139, where In T. J. Manning Is plaintiff and Sandal Manning Is defendant and petition being a suit for Divorce al leglng that she voluntarily left his bed and board for more than three years and prays that upon final hear ing the marriage bonds be dissolved. Herein fail not, but have before said Court on the said first day of the next term thereof, this writ, with your return thereon, Knowing Low you have executed the same. Witness Nellie Weems. Clerk of the District Court of Scurry Count. Given under my hand and seal of said court, In the City of Snyder, ttili the 20th day of November, A. D. NELLIE WEEMS C' rk of District Court of Scurrv Cnunty, Texas. 28 M AH Druggists pi ..The American labor party recent ly jbrganlzcd in Chicago have one leading plank in their platform and that is for race equallity. Leading negroes are pretfng their doctrine and in order to enlist all negroes tbey are telling about the happy con ditions in France where negroes had all social opportunities and thous ands of them married white women. The American negroes are breeding more trouble for themselves. J. C. Mitchell of Eastland Is here this week on business. He says ho Is paying $100 a month for a house In Eastland not much bigger than bis Snyder home. IjMnI Wo k's Xown Item Delayed front latt week: Decauso of the Insufficiency of el ectrlc power the Signal was a day late last week in getting to the reud ers and even then there was quite lot of local matter that had to be loft out for wutit of time to get put in type. Here Is a string of purt of the delayed news matter: Tho entire store force of the big store tf Hlgglnbotham Brothers and Company went out to Cam .sell's ranch to enjoy a Thanksgiving out lng. The schools, the bunks and the post office were closed Thursday for Thanksgiving Miss Ada Riley is deputy county clerk and is filling the position with credit to herself and satisfaction to the public. n. C. Lacker from Ovalla is now with the Snyder National Bank. 'Miss Bvrd Winters of Mineral Wells is the guest this week of Mr and Mrs. Clifton Perkins. J. C. Rltler of Sabine County was here a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bayless are recent arrivals from Colorado and will probably locate here. Dock Kelly came In a few ago and enrolled for a year. days Rev. J. II. Tate returned Saturday from Dallas where he was in con Bultatlon with others of the commit tee now engaged In raising the en dowment fund for Trinity Vnlversl ty. E. E. Drumly of Cisco spent a few days at home with his family. T. C. Bynum was here Saturday from Canyon. He is giving an nis time now to getting his cotton crop picked and when that is out of the . . -1 i v a r'.nvnn way ne win n-acu iuc school. If at uny time you feel like you want to tell the truth find out from all your friends If it will be agree able with them. Mall fro mthc east comes to us when the Tolks mat operate the Texas & racinc get in me nuu to pass It along to us. Even the Pal lus News was two days late when It got to us. I Owe My Life to D C D II M A ffVrwwi'jiBj'iWiirajaisaa Mr. McKinley's letter brings cheer to all who may be sufferers as lie was. Read it: "I can honcntly niy tlint I ow my life to IVrtinu. After mime of the be8t doctors in tlio country gave ir. up ImU mo 1 cot: 1.1 not live miollu'r month, !Vr:iun kHvfd hip. Travlliiih' t'oin town to town, throughout tho country nn'l having to go Into u it lttnI;i of hacily henU-d ilorcN iml lmlM iiiRa, sometime.' Ktnmllntr "l for hours nt u limn while plyl:i my tr.-ulo im nijutloiicer. It In oiiiy natural th;it I bud ruldn fre quently! R wti'ii tiiid woul'l occur I pnld iu. attention to it, until I :: t lifoomiicr vhnn I con tracted a ni'Vor ciiao, which, through ncKl'-'ct on my purl settled on my luncM. V. lira al ruodt (on late, I lirwan do. turlu x, btif, vtllkovt avail, itnlll I fentrd of Prruua. It rured uiri a I Cannot p'alse It too hlirhly." J '' ..y -.. , , r Cured t$ Me IS! Mr. ftaniuel MoKlnley. 2504 K. 22ud .St., Kuiikiis City, Mo Mem her of the Society of IT. 8, Jewelry Auctioneers. Sold Everywhere, Tablet or Liquid Form Mrs. Dallas. W. J. Manry is visitln,; in Miss Florence Rose who is at tending the T. C. U. In Fort Worth. Is at home for a visit to her n.oliier. The city schools were out Thurs day for a ThankHglvlrg vacation. The relations between the United States and Mexico had reached al most the breaking point early this week over the imprlsionment of Con sular Agent Win. O. Jenkins at Puebla. and on Tuesday an uncon firmed report came to El Paso that Jink ns had been released. I'l'lMll'illilll l l, :i'o. " -Tp7t prn 1 1 -n" i n r. i . y n " ' T" ' ; ". i.'iili i"'i"":r . 1 I 'i t I' i; i Maxwell is hut another name for Quality !t3 THE gootl.nesr., the etP.wLncy, U 10 qual ity in previous Ka:: wclb neatod a doniand for liie cuiTent Ms::vcll which 100,000 cars ( the number now being built) cannot satisfy. This chows a rare liking for Maxwell; and the appre ciation that every dollar de voted to its manufacture has been widely expended. Thin!: wh.it th? making of 100,000 abu mom:, the mak ing of 100,(jOO frames, 100.000 engines, 1CO.00O clutch.es, and 100,000 tnurstnissions. Thinl of the great saving that comes with the purchase of so many materials. ConsiJcr tho accuracy that follows us c;ne after another of lUrt mllttfrtfllf Utt ml n ta Urn 100,000 axles Is con structed. Consider the var t use of capital it requires to turn them out 300 a day. Estimate Uic confidence the Maxwell executives had in the Post-War model to rest the future of tha Maxwell name on a year's production like 100.000. They knew; 300,000 previ ous Maxwells had told them; the public was their judge. You am lrok for high engine efficiency, cr merely comfort, or lung mib?ge on gas and tires, or improve ments the xvrr developed, cr style, or value you'll find it in the Post-Wr.r Maxwell. Price, $985 f.o.b. Detroit. C. C. WYATT Snyder, Texas i;i it--: If 'I m it- 'i 'll!lii!!i!!'l';t!iii !.!': li:l If lit uiLl;' ."ii:i ll- - ' I WOODY MOTOR CO. U now under the management of J. W. Woody & Sons, we haing bought the interest of Messrs Waterman & Devlin. We will conduct a first class Garage and will appreciate your business. Our Mechanics are first class and we can as sure you that your car will receive the best of attention. Woody Motor Company J. W. Woody & Sons, Props. I . ' Snyder, Texas Nutke of Fimtl Acton mt Tho KUt of Texas To the Sheriff or any Constable or Scurry County, Craotlng: A. V. Leonard, adminlntratrlx of the estate of W. M. Leonard, deceas ed, having filed In our county court her final account of the condition of the estate of said W. M. Leonard. deceased, together with an applica tion to be discharged from said ad mtrtlatratlon. jou Jre hereby com manded, that by publication of this writ for twenty days in a newspaper reaularlly published In th county of Scurry, State of T.exai. you give due notice to all persons Interested in the account for final settlement of said estate, to file their objections thereto, if any they hare, on or be fore the January Term. A. D. 1920. of said County Court, commencing aad to be holden at the Court House of said County. In the city of Suyder on the 12th. day of January, A. D 120. when said account and appllca tion will be considered by Bald court. WITNESS, W. M. Curry, Clerk of Scurry County. Given under my hand and seal of said court, at my office in Bayder. Texas, this the lth. day of Not.. A. D. 1819. W. M. CURItY Comity Clerk, Scurry County. Texas 26 CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use Tor Over 30 Years Always bears the r-rrnaturj of Z&&4&Gk Republicans are said to be uneasy over the prospects or tne iviv re sults. If they fail to w n they will have lost all they have worked for in two years. f to Citation Ily Publication THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF 8CURHY To the Sheriff or any Constable Scurry ounty, GREETING: You are hereby commanded summon C. A. Portia oy maaiac publication of this citation onee la each week for four successive weeks previous to the return day thereof, in some newspaper published In your County, ff there be newspaper published therein, but if not, thea in any newspaper published In the 32 Judicial district,1, but If tfcere be no newspaper published in said Judic ial district, then in a newspaper published in the nearest district to said 22 Judicial district, to appear at the next regular term of tho Dis trict Coart of Scurry Counky, to b holden at the court tao tkeTeof la Sayder, on th Fourth Monday in December, 191, the same bln tha 22 day of December, 1919, thea and there to answer a petition filed In said Court on the 20 day of Novem ber, 1919, In a suit Numbered on the docket of aald Court No. 2140, wheroin Myrtle Portia is plaintiff and C. A. Portia 1s defendant, said petition being a suit for divorce al leging that In Aurtst. 1915. he (C. A. Portls) left plalntlll In a wholly ilcsiitute condition and has never re turned nor sent any' rcHourcfi to plaintiff. That two children were born to this union, to-wit: John t nrl, a boy, nnd Elma Laruth. n girl, that plaintiff has always cured for nnd raised said children. Premises considered plaintiff prays that defendant be cited In the tcrmi of the law and upon final hearing Mwai I- Ml.- JM.1JL1! 'she have a decree dtsolvlng the bonds of matrimony and an order for the care and custody of the chil dren and an order for defendant to pay f 100 as her attorney fees and all costs of suit for any and all other relief she may be entitled In law and equity. Herein fall not, but have before said Court on tha said first day of the next term thereof, this writ, with 1 your return thereon showing how you have executed the same. Witness Nellie Weems, Clerk of the District Court of Scurry County. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, in the City of 8nyder. Texas, this the 20 day of November, 1919. t NELLIE WEEMS I Clerk District Court, Sfcurry County, Texas. 21 In purchasing: jewelry it is neceiiary that you know the exact facts about it. Weencworage investigation on the part of our patrons and friends; we delight in telling them the plain truth about all our gttds. That and courteous treatment we promise to each visitor to our store. Como fn. Investigate. tA.r'itaj- i ssi rah-Jiyiaai i wsjaaaMiaaafcBjawWiMfca j JEWELERA"QPTtCIAN 1 r I 11