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TUB 8XTDER SIGNAL, SNIDER, T EXAfl FIUDAY, KAROI 19, 1020.
'o Do Tin Work Ixclusively 1 have sold my stock of hardware nml Intoml to dovojte my time wholly to the Tin work. When you have anything In this lino, I nnt now in position to servo you bettor. I wish to thank all parties for past business and will appreciate a continuance of same In my tin work. S. J. Casstevens WI'l' ' aV. Children Cry for Fletcher's w r Ai 3 Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been a use for over thiny years, has borne the signature of ana nas oeen maao unaer nu per aonal supervision since its infancy. Z Allow no one to deceive you la this. Ml Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Jaiant3 and Children Experience agalnat Experiment. What is CASTOR I A ;artoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, it is pleasant. It contains teither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its I.ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, 7ind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feveri&hness arising j herefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ( he assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, i Che Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ' Mmmr fAOTADIA At iRvn 1 Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Kind You Have Always Bought nllf CkV TIIH ni'I.4 1111..'.,.... Ik. If In nn in mhllM h would reel ot weir noaies ana .00 J rellgJoas faaatical dances 'et their forms and he finally ordered i South Sea Havagra reaem- lama of lh mtrnm mib in aodern djUM-r palmer. them to dance for him. For twenty minutes they pranced around singing a weira cmsi ana cuius u um vi contortions. Finally ths King dlsmlss- In Johnson World Famous ed them and told them he was find torvr and photographer all the squalor and poverty tuth Sea. Islands and the un- tragedy of the Ignorance of es tbeTe were moments when ; real hearty laugh. We often I of the shock some of the aek home would get it they t. mrmm t th. nit. Ann m todance on very occasion. yings and at tuners', on all ing It more and more ditMcult to get attractive women. They went away positively disappointed that they had not brco selected to be members of I ik. hsii-vlMa nlJ man'a herem. The men buy their wives with plga and the women often darig of the number ot pigs they cost their hus bands. The pigs go to the parents. The husband also must agree to pro vide. a certain amount for the keep days and many days In be- of the bride's parents and must agree Kid every dance: la different, to deliver to them a certain amount Miliar fact Is that the feet do of cocoenuU and fish every yea'. At- I the most Impotant part In ter marriage, however, they generally aelng, the feet are merely! wake the wives eoltect the eocoanuts ea. Wriggling bodies, awing- for their parents, so this la not suck a, and fobbing brads and' hardship oa the man. 'm form aomehlna- of a com-i The husband and the wife are tuet- MCrlrUoti of their principal' d ftu they aro e'.idren aud thay mmi. n nrimnttian and ! have to marrr when they grow op tthes Is the ruling idea In! unless the King takes the woman They must Ive together for inrte yewrs before they hie oftcally mar ried and even then a divorce Is mere of the strangest dances we were at Lord Howe Island! one of the group' of the 3bl- ands, and It mlsat be well p. lng of the daarea to t"ll of ly a matter of desire. If a man tires of his wife he simply turns her loose, hut if she has served for a certain the women who participated ' number of years la his household he A King and a Queen rule! must keep her. a tti Knr hita nrobahtv All of 'the women on the Islands er than any other monarch near Lord Howe are tattooed to such at this time. j an, extent that they suffer extreme- young girl rn the Island ly when It la being done. The un gear before the Kin? whi J married women are tattooed only on hee a marrlag"r.blo i e the thlgha and hlpe and after marri- rls appear seven or elj-'-t a id remain !n tho -rerc i. ; ; until hi t:!oCti thca :o Ms harm ird prrai:" t:.. .1 -hfn I T'Sltf l tt c Kl.-s r.r : pi vp tni Q ie-a a fint ' ', a le'V omarnnnta an ! I i-r e . '. I with them. s I wes there I tft'. I (ge and the arrival ot the first baby the woman must have her back, faco ; r her breaBta tattooed. They often , .1 this last form of torture. 1 1 ao tem tattoo a young girl. 8hc vas i t ." cn a mat. An old woman did '.ho - 'oolng with a bamboo stick round. 4 ht the end with little barbs ft a ".a needles In It. She ham- NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves rfJSMfZ-t t-!3l ssj 'i4hU'- .fi-yj :i j 1 ; ' i' ii - .I ' j';ii i Speedy xo fire to build no waitinu for flame to generate. The Long Iilia Chiinney burner givei caking heat instantly. Clean The Lon Hlue Chimney burner turns every drop of Mag nolia Safety Oil into titan, cooking heat no smoke, soot or disagree able odor. SU by good dtakri tvtrywktrt. Steady Set flame where you want it. Low, medium or hijh iianie drives a iteady flow of clean heat against the utensil stays where set. e inttmt heat of any flame is driven FULL FORCE, directly against the utensil. Aik fir a demonstration tf thi Lin Blue Chimntj burner tr writ far the Sew Perettin booklet. THE CLEVELAND METAL PRODUCTS CO. 7600 Piatt Avenue Cleveland, Ohio Deiltrt Note; The Magnolia Petroleum Compny dittributet the New Perfection in your territory. Complete itocki art araiLible at convenient points. Z Use mered this thing into the young plrl's skin and rubbed In a berry Juice that iooked like Ink. The poor child was a mass of blood from her hips down. She cried so hard that I had to leave A halt doin armed savages stood about when It waa going on and U I had. Interfered in the slightest I would have been killed, a war would have been started on missionaries, and no good at all would have com of my action. These poor tattooed girls crowded around my wife. They had never seon a white woman and they pawed her as the folk lure of the savages goes that for a woman to peer Into one of these houses means her Immediate execution. Judge Editor Scott Visits Snyder. Guy U. ffcott, editor of the Ha'e Center Heord wcaa In Sftyder for a few hours last Saturday and paid the Signal a fraternal call. Guy used to llvo in Snydrr and we all know him. He Is doing nicely In the paper game cn the Plains and la also justice of the peace for his precinct, and says D. C. I1ENTLEY DIED LAST WEEK Mr. O. C. Bentley, an old and high ly' emeemed citizen died .Methodist Folks Getting Bony. The Official Board of the Method ist church met In called conference here last '. I8 Sunday afternoon ano elected del Thursday night at his home on Buf-icKates to the district conference, falo street after an Illness of several ' which will meet In Colorado April 2, weeks and was burled Friday after-! 3 and 4th. It keep him busy tolling the news a wnue woman ami mrj punru uci , j a -.. ha B1 dispensing Justice to his people, arms and face and warted her to dis-, robf so that they could see it she had been tattooed. They were kindly llitn.a anrl If AO m fA Q t P T T"l Me thing to think they were doomed Th Snyder Signal to snend a lifetime as they were! apparently destined to spend it. One ot the peculiar dances I man I arc me Tax Maa Coming. Austin, Texas, 113. Snyder, Texas, Gentlemen: - I will maintain an office at the nA.nt anil in the datea tlren below aged to get pictures of was the (for the purp0se ot assisting Indlvld Dovll dance. Once a year these Idols. I Uipfcyeri ,n lhe preparation ot two earved wooden figures resemb- thef Jlg Income jAt Retttnu: ling demons, are taken from the Dev- Snyder Mareh 1S, i4, 15. il Devil House and paraded through Tou tr requMted to RiTe thIi ln. the villages with all the young men forall8n much publlcltv as possl- dancing along be hind slngingwelrd ble ,n order thtt peraotll residing in songs. They are supposea to cnase youf T,cnIty who nwd information the -Devils" or evil spirits from theabout th ineome Ta, jw, tnd a. m . . S WW - ' nomee ot me peopje. ror a crr.u iliUno4 ln mkunK out their returns, time after the visit of the idols the y be inforaed M tothese datee. noon in Snyder cemetery. Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev. W. H. 81ms. attended by many neighbors and friends. David C. Bentley wae born ln Titus county, Texas, April 2, 1852. He hae lived in Scurry county for 20 years. Has been a successful farmer, until a year or two ago, when his health became Impaired and he bought a home hre and moved to town dur- The delegates elected are L. Ca ton, E. B. Baugh. Mrs. C. C. Higg ins, and Mrs. If. G. Towle. Mrs. Eromett Johnson and'Mrs. Joe Strayhorn were named as alternates. The officials discussed plans to raise funds to pay of a debt of $1S00 againstthe church and to do some finishing work on the building. The purpose Is to finish the basement end make of it a neat, cosy audi lng last year. He was a member of torium. The Stewards expect to easily the Baptist church ands ln all ways was a good man. He la survived by his wife, five daughters and three sons. W. A. Chapman was here last week from Gordon on a business trip and meeting ol time friends. He look a like he Is being well kept. raise money enough to pay oft the Indebtedness and it la proposed then to have the church formally dedicat ed some time during this spring. , Gen. Foch says with League or co League It will be the wise coarse for the allies tef maintain a strong fighting force along the Rhine. houe in "Tamboo." or forbidden, and anyone entering It Is punished by death. The misslonarlca and the gov ernment off'ckxls are constantly try ing to slop tbet xecutlons but they are often earrlod out in secret-and the people live In constant dread of the Death Edicts of the Chiefs and the priests of the Ido's. The places whero they hold the dances are called "Sing Sings, at least that Is the best English Inter pretation of the name' that we could get The ground Is carefully levelled and beaten down. On each sldo of the clearing, w hich Is surrounded by tropical foliage, are large drams made ot wood and painted with all sorts of dragons. In the center1 are the big stones used for killing the sacrificial pigs and it Is well known that In the old days when they dared canabalsm In the open many humans died on these stones. The Idols are all hollow with'docp clefts In the sides. They are made of wood and when they are hit with a stone headed hammer they give a deep booming sound.. This booming sound Is the voice ot the pagan god and the number of ''booms" Is In terpreted by the priests Into the ans wer It is desired the Idol will make to the questions of the worshippers. The Chiefs have large; houses where they keep the boars' tusks and other hunt trophies, 'the heads ot their ancestors and the heads ot fa mous victims ot the tribes. In these houses, too, many of the Instruments of the eeremontal dances are kept and It has been deereed as. far back Respectfully. W. 8. Michael, , Depny Cllector. Ccnnot Pralso this Remedy too HlQhly tri wat en uby ran am ttfffllAtft TVS TXAM . . Judgiaff from her letter, the mis err and wretchedness endured by Mrs. Charlie Taylor, R. Y. D. No. 1, Box 144. Dillon, 8. C matt have been terrible. No one, after read In? her tetter, can continue to doubt the great healing power of TE-RU-NA tor troubles due U catarrh or catarrhal conditions in any part of tea body. Her letter is an Inspiration to ercty sick and suffering nan or woman anywhere. Her it is: "1 suffered two years with catarrh of the head, stomach and bowels. Tried two of the best doctors, who gave me up. I then took PE-RU-NA and can truthfully ear I am welL When I began to nse PE-RU-NA, I weighed one hundred pounds. My weight now is one hundred and fifty. I cannot praise PE-RU-NA too highly, for it was a Godsend to me. I got relief from 'the first half bottle and twelve bottles cured me. I adrioe all sufferers to take PE-RU-NA. Aa an emergency remedy in the home, thera Is nothing quite the equal of this reliable, time-tried medicine, PE-RU-NA. Thousands place their sole dependence on it for coughs, colds, stomach and bowel trouble, constipation, rheu matism, pains in the back, side and loins and to prevent the grip and Spanish Flu. To keep the blood pure and maintain bodily strength and robustness, take PE-RU-NA. Yon can buy PE-RU-NA any where in either tablet or liquid form. Eggs Eggs Eggs WE hay Chickens and Egg; Hides, Fnrsand all kinds of Country Produce. West Bridge Street, old stand. Snyder Produce Company R. L.1KRUY. Prop. E. U DARBY'S Ford Garage and Blacksmith Shop ; Is prepared te do y u fret class work at re-TonalO prlcea 1 work Kti-ii-anted On Bri.! Siett v.wi Fir-i Gtate . r.a I'rrjs; V. Bank