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TIIE SNYDER SIGNAL. SNYDER. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AP1UL lflj IWft.
THI SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDHK, TEXAS, FRIDAY, Al'ItlL 80, J0'2K. Mack rnnies jlUUl ewmni THE WORLD'S FAVORITE Sold on Easy Payments KELLER & SON, Snyder, Texas Jltottoa ftihllrKton . ! A LETTISH y .,. , . t - t Citation by Publication THE STATE OP TEXAS. To tho Smeriff or any constable of Scurry County Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon Ed Nelson by making publl ratlonof this citation once in each week for four successive weeks pre vious to the roturn day hereof, in some newspaper published In your county, if there be a newspaper pub lished therein, but if not, then In any newspaper published In the 32 Ju dicial district, but if there be no newspaper published In the 32 Judi cial district, then in a newspaper published in the nearest district to aid 32 Judicial district, to appear at the next regular term of th District Court of Scurry County, to be holden at the court house thereof. In Sny der, on the Fourth Monday in May, A. D. 1920, the same being the 24 day of May A. D. 1920, then and there to answer a petition filed In said Court on the 28 day of April A. D. 1920, In a suit numbered on the docket of Bald Court No. 2152, where In Grace Neteon is plaintiff and Ed Nelson is defendant, said petition al leging that plaintiff and defendant ' were married on the 6th day of Jan uary A. P. 1917. in Taylor County, Texas, and continued to live together as husband and wife until on or a ut the 12thj day of March A. D. 1917, when the defendant left the plaintiff with the avowed Intention f abandoning her and of separating from ar and has not lived or cohab ited with her since said date. That tore than three years have elapsed since said abandonment. Plaintiff prays for 4 divorce and for dissolution of the marriage con tract, for costs of suit, and for such ther and further relief as she may show herself entitled to in both law and equity. Herein fall not. but have before said Court on the said firs, dcy of the next term thereof, this writ, with your return thereon, showing bow you havo executed the same. Witness, Nellie Weems, Clerk of the District Court of Scurry County, Texas. ' Given under my hand and seal of aid Court In the city of Snyder, this the 28 day of April. A. D. 1920. Nellie Weems. Clerk of District Court Scurry County. Issued this the 28 day of April, A. D. 1929. NELLIE WEEMS, Clerk of District Court of Scarry County. What Will Iluilcy Do? Whut will Mr. Bailey do uextT This question Is being asked, lie went before the people with bis Btralned logic and all his forensic power. He spoke to Immense crowds and excited them to cheers. He be lieved,' he had won, bat thevoico of the people has disappointed him. Texas democracy is more Bolldly grounded than bethought. The peo ple know President Wilson as well as does Mr. Bailey. The people watched the war measures. The peo ple saw this nation menaced by Ger many and they app!uuded the abla manner in which the administration mobilized the strength ofthe country and won the war. Tho people know the good laws enacted for their ben efit and Mr. Bailey's sophistry has not affected them. Now, what Is uBitey going to do about It. Somebody has suld that U announced If he didn't carry his old home county he would withdraw. Will he do it. It Is understood that he told Fer guson to fight, on tho outside and he would fight Inside the lines. Ho fought and fell, now will he go to Ferguson. Evidently the Republi cans expert him to; continue to aid them in destroying the democratic party In Texas. They are plannine to get the Bailey strength. The Republican leaders, are themselves not in harmony, but they are one as to getting the Bailey folks. A re port from the Republican plans in Fort Worth says. "Mumbower represents the "lily white" element and has the support of the Republican,' Council which Is opposed to negro participation in the party councils. He stated late Sat urday night that in view of the de feat of the Bailey forces over tho State the Republicans intended to make a strong bid for anti-Administration support and would at once commence an active campaign to en deavor to induce dissatisfied Bailey supporters to enter the Republican ranks." Tag Day in Snyder Several High School girls worked faithfully here last Saturday ia the Tag Day campaign for Better Schools. They had fair success and lots of fun and turned in $36.85 as the proceeds of their work. Bell your cream to Snyder Produce Company. 47pd Subscribe for the Signal. LfeJ Mem Montr bk without qoaatloo If HUNT'S atva tafia In Uil traatmant of ITCH, KCZKMA. RINGWORM, TETTER or Other itching akin dlaaaaaa. Tra a TJ cent boa 1 itir gtiaywm mnva caw ax y Dyed Her Faded Skirt, Also a Coat "Diamond Oyts" Make 8habby Apparel Just Like New So Easyl Doa't worry about perfect reu)U. Um "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give a now, rich, fadelcM color to aay fabric, whether wool, ailk, linen, cottoa or mixed foods, drewiee, blouse, stockiiig, kirU, children' coaU, draperies, every thing I A Direction Book ia in package, To match any material, have dealer show you "lhamotut Dye Color Card. IX MEMORY OF MRS. M. E. STRICKLAND On Saturday the Holy City wel comed a most saintly guest. Grandmother Strickland passed so Quietly and peacefully away. At 1 o'clock. May 1, 1920, she answered her Masters" call at Foeh, Texas, af ter a lingering illness of more than four months. Granny, as she was called) was Lorn In Talladega County, Ala., Sept. 27. 1837, married March 13. 1856 to K. Strickland. She Is survived by an only daugh ter, Mrs. A. T. lligglnbotham. of Koch, Texas; a brother, Mr. A. O. Leverett of Dublin. Texas, who was with her the last days op her life, and Mrs. M. J. Howell of DubUn, Texas, who came for the funeral. Atthe age of seventeen her life was consecrated tothe Lord. Joined the naptist church at Bethel. Ala. The bible was to this sainted one, not the cornerstone of her life, but tho entire foundation. "The Bible says so." will ring In the ears of all who knew; her. These words were used to check, to encourage and ad vise several generations. Granny whs 82 yars. 7 month and four days of n;c. The head of the family of four itinerations. Three wars pitted on l.er lifes program. Tho first robbed her of her loyal patriotic husband, who hon ored his county as captain of the Civil War, who lft a faithful wife and babe of two years and 9 months. The last war found her still true to her husbands memory. The mother of a most consecrated daughter, Mrs. A. T. HlgRlnbotham. And grand mother of ten staunch grandsons and one grand daughter, till! strong progressive citizens. Besides many greatgrand children. This honored saint was a member of the First Baptist chuch of Foch. Texas, where her funeral services were conducted by her pastor. Rev. j w. ( mo seven Jeylnj J. Merrill and family moved time ago out to their farm miles east of town and are eti , rural life. O. T. Mathl sof Lockney wt hrpesi Saturday and renewed for the Pig Ho used to live in Scurry County linn to have the Signal in his fam C. E. Leslie. She was the widow of a Mason and former member of the Eastern Star. Sho had always made her home with her only daughter, Mrs. A. T. lligglnbotham. Let us heed her beckoning hand which bldrfl us come where there is no more parting and sorrow. Suggestion for a CnmpinK Trip Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Col ic and Diarrhoea Remedy' before leaving home. As a rule it cannot be obtained when on a hunting, fish ing or prospecting trip. Neither can It bo obtained whlVe on board the cars or steamships and nt such times and places It is most likely to be needed. The safe way Is to have it with you. Announcement I have Installed up-to-date Shoe Machinery that will relieve the con gestion of business in my repair de partment and invite everyone to bring in their work, assuring prompt service and all work guaranteed. Work Doo Promptly and Accu rately. .You will not Have to wait. Come to wo s at our New Plara, Vint Doer North of Snyder National Ilaak P. Benbenek "We Pli-ked Seven Iju-ge Ied IUHn FirM Morning; Using llat-Snni" So writes Mr. M. K. Purpenter, Wodbrldge, N. J. " We lout 18 tsallm chicks one night, killed by rats oBught some RAT-SNAP and picked up '7 large dead rats next morning and in 2 weeks didn't see a single, at. RAT-SNAP Is good and sure." Comes In cake ready for use. Threo sixes, 25c, 50c. $1.00. Sold and guaran teed by W. G. Ralston. J. MONROE IMPLEAD3NT8 AND GROCERIES, ECLIPSE AMD STAR 1 WINDMILLS, PIPE, CARING AND PIP FITTINGS, IIARNESS ETC. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES RAVE A CAR OF SCHUTTLER WAGONS RlfrPPKD- TO ARRIVE ANY DAY J. MONROE NORTH RIDE SQUARE SNYDER, TBI AS Cream Station Opened W have installed a complete cream testing equipment under the direct supervision of Nlssley Cream ery Company of Amarlllo, Texas. Ws are prepared to buy yoar cream and pay you cash on delivery. Ther is a geod market for cream every month ia the year. Slllag cream will aet more money thaa selling sutler and the work ef churning will be eliminated. If you kare noma cos aad are In terested la the cream bnalneaa eeme la aad t alk the matter aver with un. We waat to amy your ereaai ae Matter aew oca yea have. Snyder Produce Company GITK US A TRIAL I' Yow Hank Minitt Provides an explanation of all your expenses Gives you the buying power of ready cash Furnishes a valuable business reference and credit builder A means f realizing your personal ambition, with a safe depository untiljthen WE CAN SERVE YOU ACCEPTABLY WILL YOU GIVE US THE CHANCE? V 1 c -U-jyUu.L-, -Ulix.n V.-T-lrnial t-TJt -Lift ur.fl t. . Jl u- ,1 r THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK