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TIIK SXYDF.K SKiXAI-, BNYUKtt, TEX AH, FMDAY, OKI'. 12, lttl.0, ' " ' ", ' I- .J 1 ihi imll n Life Was a Misery Airs. F. M. Jonc, ol Palmer, Okla., write! i "From Ihe Hire I en tered Into womanhood ... I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my bade and bearing-down pain, until life to me wai a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . I decided to TAKE Hi of Mrs. Jones. TryCar- dui. It helped her. we believe it will help you. All Druggists J. 68 The Woman's Tonic "I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I toolcCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would ad vise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you sufferpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-down system, take the advice II U Senator KoIIokk saya tho railroad aduilnUtratlon haa boon groasly ex travagant, and, further, that it bm built up u grout central body which "benumbi the Incentive and enter prise ot very railroad organisation." ltoth charges aro probably true. The charge thut the central organization liau nltiiriul in Itself an much nil- tUorlty and power as "to bonumb the Incentive and enterprise" of every subordinate organization may be th more readily believed be cause thut consequenco In Inevitable It Is a physiological fact, we believe that In an obese body the head robs the extreinKles of their due of its Mood, and thus brings on a numb ness such ow Senator Kellogg hbvh afflicts all Uiobo who are not high In the helnirchy of the Knllroad Ad ministration. Hut whether this law of natural organism governs an arti ficial body, such as the Railroad Ad ministration, or not. there are limits beyond which nlze and centraliza tion of authority can be attained without causing a condition sin-h that Fetiator (lerlarns to exist. Vn doultedly we have had too many railroad corporations and too much diffusion of the regular power over them. Hut we should come on greater evils by going to the other extreme. This fact Is one of the fun damental objections to Government al ownership. Advocates of thnt policy cite the experience of other countries. Even if their experience had been of a kind to recommend Governmental ownership to us. tho fact that our country Is so much larger and our railroad mileage fo much greater estop us from conclud ing that It Is wise for us to follow their example. Pallas News. AltK YOl' JOIXJ TO iti'Y a riioNouitArir.' llecause of a shortage In the sup ply of high grade machines Victor. Columbus and Edlsons we are not able to nupply the demand for these machines. Home few aro so Insist ent that they have a machine for Christmas thnt they are ordering any kind of a machine that Is purported to be a talking machine. Now, with a deHlre only that yeu get the value for your money, we are urging thnt you wait until you can buy a machine that wll stand the test of time aud service, and that will satisfy you when the new Is worn off and tho supreme tet vt time Is applied to the amchlne. When you buy n phonograph you should buy as you would In buying a piano, n mncbine for a lifetime of service. 27 II. !. TOWI.K I No Iteleif III S'glH The national politicians have fal len down so completely In corn cl ing the profiteering 'Vll- that we might as well give up the hli and strike out for ou.V-elves. So long as there Is nothing In 'he criminal code to serve as a warn crow and the grind juries h.ve flattened en without accomplishing anything only redress left H to employ a I'-t of shyster lawyers and bring civil netlon nsfeiul of criminal ,....n... Hon against the chalks who exorbitant prices, dealers would e cr.. lnce their books and f. SHOKTAGE OE I'APF.K m v r.E i'vi:si'!(i.m:n Representative llickelts ( Repub lican I of Ohio introduced a resolu tion proposing investigation of "every tliiiiir touching the hiuh cost of print paner to publishers." Specifically the possibility of n monopoly in the print paper indus try would be investigated f.nl t'e reason for the apparent discrimina tion between the metropolitan and small city papi'i-s in the distribution of paper. .7. II. Antry from Ira. was here Saturday h.ir.:e t"iN way ; d t" pr - . -I s. show . . ... 1 1 !ng wholesale costs as wen as iny, prices of imrcalmndise handl-d l,v them. In criminal action the de fe:ul.;nt cannot be compelled to pro ride such evidence, due to the con stitutional provision that no a..u- person is reillire TO oc.ir Uiinst bimsell. I ins ... 11.1. chief stumiiinni fill prosecution of Co' Only last week a i mi-.'.! ' ed inony b.-en th'.' to sie'ce.' . ... I, , I'.. pi'Ollieei ... OUt of U i.... coinnanv wa Mle overt act of selling u pair shoes for IIS that cost only Field and Farm. sr.. M! (IS We I Ifi:! -leek eve I lei-. Iiave I be most . II. i. Towle lientl- , .lew- ASPIRIN FOR COIL-: Name "Bayer" is "n Ck-i-mlne Aspirin :v.y ii.iycr A iki!ijt ckavtko to FARMERS' II.Wi.K red in it to do business in Texas lias hern granted the Fanners' Ex change, with headquarters at Hous ton. I. E. Unday, president of the organization, announces. The ex change Is capi:. '. ::" for $25,000. all of which Is rl by the nii'in brs of the Tcxa.-- '''armors Union. Lyday says that this fiV.jnnn be in creased to $100,000. The purpose of the exchange is to itore, buy and aell cotton for Texan growers. By storage It is hoped to secure higher prices. One farmer has written the ex change he has secured $fi00 I'ini' ' for bis cotton through the organiza tion. An other says he received JKi more per bale through the grading , neater f SaliOTiictejd system ot the exchange. V IB, J YjJ mm Notice f Final Account The Stale of Texas To the Sh.rilf or any Const;.'-! Scurry Cour.lv. Greeting: V. Leonard, ihiii.w.m of V. M. I.' onar.i. ue. rile,; in our county r liliu pc-oupt of the M.:id;tiie. f o.i.t W (. I.ei.ll.lV eslitie I' ' decias. d. together w ith a tion :o le discliarj-.'-d I'rom ... r ii ion. voil J e ( r ,, landed, that by publication of tt. writ for twenty days In a n'-wspa;-. resularily publishi-d In th" 'o-mty . Scurry, Stute of Texas, you wive dn notice to all persons ir.terest-d i Hip account for Ii""1 i"l'e A. the estate iod, haviiif ,lur i the l.e an'! said a hv (111 m-::t I EE I'.t on "Ilsvcr Tblt of Apirin" ; iH a. "Bsycr packsge," contsisisg proper (tircctie for Colilri, I'ain, Hcud.ichc, : Neuralgia, Lumbsgn, and l;liuniiUim. . Name "lt;irer" nii-nnj gent-iinc Aspirin prrtiTibed by phjiicians fr ninotecn jrxrt. Handy tin box of 12 tbl-U cost fw oenU. Apiri ' trade mark of Buyer MamifMtfirt f Xononcetic Slid estate, to til" their objection j thereto, if any they have, on or -!fore Hid January Term. A. 1 1!'2-' 'of said County Court, couimuiicin ' iand to be bolden the Couit Hon. i.f said Cout.ty. in the city ol SMy'cr the 12th. day of January, A. I !l!)2f. v.-hen s;ii 1 account ai.d appliea tion will be considered by slid court. WITNESS. V. M. Curry. Clerk of Scurry County. Given tind'-r my hni'd ,--nd i;'1:! said court, at piv office In Svyi'.-r. Te;a::. this the li.th. day o' Nov.. a. n. ioif. W. M. CUKHV ML Enjoy Cold Days in a Maxwell JUMP into a Maxwell, bun dle up, and in a second or two you're off. No stone cold engine, no getting out to crank. A few revolutions of the engine and it is run ning with midsummer action. You get over ground quickly, get to your des tination faster than in a bigger car. This cold weather efficiency in a Maxwell is traceable to the Hot Sp-t L.id Ram's-horn, which warm up, "break up" gas into a fine vapor. Ifff The moment this reaches the cylin ders it is converted into full power and you avoid the troublesome ex perience of "trying to get a car warmed up on a cold day." This high efficiency and the line quality of steels used in its con struction have made for Maxwell friends by the thousands to date more than 300,000 of them. 100,000 Maxwells are being built this year; which will supply but 60 A of the demand. Price $985 f. o. b. Detroit i- Hi C. C. WYATT , Snyder, Tcxar 1 Tr1!"'"-! '" 'tmmrrmrrrrrrnr.rv: t: nTnTTiTTrnt'i!r:T:rrnnTnrr:mrrrrtnfni:M:nnniU rE ! l! ' t ' : ' ' 1 ! ' ' ' 1 f , ' 1 ' ' 1 ' ! ' 1 ' " HMQ;':i; t' : ; ;i 1 1 . il hi 1 1 ' 'I 'j 1 1 j njl I U , M i'd ljl!JlLi!L'.jij 1.. N. Peril man. one of t-'en r; county's iirot-i-sivc farmer I'ai.chu.i n. Kiid f.i-hiT to Mr. Kay Iianiei, .; . ,i v i : t . i r ill Post the UM part o: la..i ue. It Post City Post . County ('!' i'1 -Try I iiiii'y, T"as 2C WOODY MOTOR CO. j 4 now under the nan.'icrncnt of J. W. Woody Sc Sons, we hains: 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. Woodv Motor i.i JtnllipT'. ief C.itislie Mr. 'inmpers say a the trou'o'.e li t!i' Industrial vonferen-e re- la w th -ir Von thot .! for w !i,n r.'Mltly deccaed was too tnary ye; -. HP: corporatio'is had leu-.l sleuths adviflini; thtin. eon id lordly expect lawyer. i'vp rvi sirii'e in work very ha pearn. Tiiat n.-iiie Peter the Croat (ould iavo riven Oompera a us"ful -.ifT(iesti(.n. When he visited th London law rourt. aaw all Ihe lira. la with whit" wias. r.nd wa.- told that li-y w.-i-e l.iwyifi. i,o fiiiid, "Vl:y vi ninny lawyers to crente tronh'e? T'.ere nrc only two In lMflii and m noon a I Bt home I urn aoln to ;-.ani-' on- of iheni. i M1.(S Iiave lie nsol heini- I.i... i i, 11. f!. Towle. Jew- ..... - elrr. ! Cilalion lly I'libllrnlloii TIIK STATK M' TICXAS' cocntv (' scrpjtv To I'-e S'-.eriff or ;:i:y Coiiiiih'e S-i:rry County, CHKKTINC.: Yr i arc lu-rel.y roinina t.ih-d !.; :o-: ". V ort: by making I'll' i t ..i i -ii ot this eitHtion oiici" Ir. ra'-Ii v. ; i .. f-.-- f.r.r sucreslve xsn k 10-eT .i s t'..e l"'.!.r;i day tiiereo1', in :;,: ..e.v.-;ia!r puMiihl in jour ('ou:::, if tiiere he a newpaj.er liuhliblK d i?i-rein. kut if not. the in any i-:ews:ji;ijir iiuhlinhed in thf S2 judicial dlMriei; hut if there b no net,Mi ai er pul.l:lifd in aai'l Jiiflic lal 1 1st rut. then ji newspaper published in th learest district to paid :;2 judicial diatrlrt. 10 appear nhe h o-. ,t dfvree disolvinj: t!. hole!.: u in", ! rimoiiy and an uuler for the rare and custody of the chi ldren Hiid an order for defendant ! 'pay $lfi iik her attorney fev and jrots of Hiiit tor any and all othe:-relii-f e may he entitled in Ln an 1 liquity. J Herein fail not, hut have U-fnre isaid Court on t!ie said fu:t dy in' tkf next term thereof, this rit, with yo:r return t hereon hho.ut h. .v ..; luce 1A1 .!!.-.! th' Millie. ! '.'-.- : I . - Ne'ii. We. iuh. Clerk of he ! : l.-t Court of Scurry Coanty ! limn under my hand and seul of (.;tl. Court, in ihe City of S.iydr. TeiiR. thin the 20 day of November. 1911. kKU.lK WBIiUS Clerk Iiixtrlct Court. iVuny Ccub'.v, Texas. 26 3 f-; -. :'.; - trrQ f-T (1? ' v--.'- s i n s Coffipanv M 1 I". 1 J. W. Voody & Sons, Props. Snydr, Texas $100 Reward, $1C3 Th r.lilftrg of t i il'-i" thnt la c'.trrh. C..t.irrli I'Mnc tral! InfluPn'cJ by cnnbtu-'tten u cn i o -r.3 roriutrc cor.illtut1'Ui:i' litaiimri'. iW.tl'D Catarrh Mr tn r.'.:en !nmi!1y r.n t ci Thru Hie '.'v4 on :l- t'" fi,'r facfo ef Ihe Sypii'i I. .t-Vv df.irjyi: -: tlm founrlntler; of lie- i.."- -. . tv -.r 11 pr.tlmt strnstli fc" 1--C1i-u V e ei- if Itlen nr.; ::; !).". r..,mr 1M viwk. Tl fi-oeri'-".i" )!' " ne i. fii'tli In the ohm v.. f.ft tf Ii !!- 14.lleln '-! lil.V 0'Tf ),'. HenOiW l".i:m fer t-.y I.im? '.' .o!.i to rnr S'n'l f"' ' f'.inioilnl. A1rf a C. J. t'?l"VKT & CO., Tcl"Jo. Ohio .)i bj uf. IT-..;.. at the nf-U regular term of the li:a- trlct Court of Smrry Count-, to be hold":! at the court ho'v tVertof in j Snyder, on thu fourth Monday In : Decenibtr, 1919, the name belnj the 22 day ot P. ; -ember. 1 1) 1 ! . then a.-ul ! there to siirncr a p"titlon filed in aid Court on th 20 day tf Novem ber. 1919, In a ault Numbered on the jdocket of r.aid Court No. 214. heroin Myrtle Tortln la plalDtlff : aid C. A. Fortis U defendant, said b 'petition brill a uit for dtvor.e al lo cs ly destitute condition and ha never ie t timed no: -nt any r-tirtfn to plainer'. Tint two children were born to t'aht union. t,-wt: John Carl, a hoy. and KIma I.aruth. a fir. that plaintiff hn always eared fr nrrt raided nald children. rrernlr.es eonnMered plalitiff ra jthat defendant be cited la tk tern 'of lb? l:.w an;l nrii finl barlt r:'V.y:f "'.-'.'.-vv','.7,j.-'. " H. ; " i , --! - -" i A , - ': , . ' ; y ... -.,'.. v. i- Vic h.-ive many appropriate gifts for men i i iu:.u'.' uT st.v'c :i:.(l i-i i. ( to suit any net of r.'ftUirompn' s. A s- of -hirt ti:rl nr cm IT HnbR and buttons a si ;ii lir-, or of f l.'-.u ii i.'. i u' i-uib'u-jii of It's fcatrrnnl onl r. Tli' if ni-'iy lti"'vi. tt.o ti'-tt r. t.s 'o v,w c, l i:t i viit toot" -Co:- ? will .I- a a iii '. r. i to.il of t kit tl. rtcaecd to lrn th-it th.-r is at leest :win- that In Aupust, 1915, he been able to cure In si! If mrtf i"! A. Fort::'! left j.lai.'t.Il !! a I. I'l l 4'. jr m c u. lsu rj. . - r '' . m.x -i - - 'mlJ4 JEWELER0 OPTICIAN w ' , . i ., a in - i - I Ir'