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THK SNVDEB SIGNAL, ENYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE S5, 1020.
Rain und Hall There wag a big rain here last Fri day night extending to all parts of the county. At Snyder the gauge measured eighth tenths of an Inch. Borne sections had more. The fields were made wet again and crops are growing nicely, and weeds are com ing along in pood form. There was considerable hail in some parts of the county, especially destructive four miles north of Sny der. An area a mile wide a4. several miles long was practically hailed out. George Evans loBt 80 acres of well advanced cotton. Jim'IIart, Charlie Williams. W. R. S'cbultz, D. G. Sni der and farmers on the Sears land wre heavy losers. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years N Always bears the Signature During the storm Friday night, the windmill at Will Sommers place south of town was struck by lighten ing and scattered ubout the premises. Call 184 for quick service on baggage. The announcement that McAdoo is to be eliminated from the list of pos sibilities has caused democrats to go to milling. Cox, Marshall, Clark and Glass stock went up several points. It Is expected that Texas will put her forty votes for McXdoo regardless of his declaration. WANTED To trade In on a farm in or near Snyder, one or two cars and house and lot in Snyder at actual value. We can furnish complete In formal ion, - Dodson-Taylor Realty CO, Another highflyer has been mys teriously murdered In New York and detectives are getting big pay to solve the mystery. The rest of us Are letting It go at that. The beheaded body of an uniden tified woman was; found last week in a lake at St. Joseph. Missouri. The lady was weighted down with rocks. WANTED To trade in on a farm in or near Stiyder, one or two cars and house and lot in Snyder at actual value. We can furnish complete In formation. Dodson-Taylor Realty Co. Two private banks in the oil fle!d near Wlshlta Falls have gone to the bed. A teller from each bank went into town Thursday and reported that their cashier had failed to show up and along with $25,000 could not be found. Looks like prosperity more than poverty develops scoundrels. The former German kaiser Is re ported critically ill. 7i. : : . WANTED Have you a first class farm well located that you will se!l at the actual value of it for either all cash or part cash? If so, we want you to come '."to our office and see ns at once. Remember, we buy and sell Scurry County farms. Dodson Taylor Realty Co. Misses Decle and Clara McFarland were appreciated callers at the Sig nal sanctum Saturday and deposited their check for a year of reading. The Signal appreciates the McFar land family. It used to go regu'arly into the home of the father and the eons and daughters are keeping up the habit. He taught them the value of the country paper and sure "raise up a child in the way it should go and when he is old he will not de part from it." Kill th Illne lluga And all blood sucking insects, elmply by feeding Martin's Wonder ful Blue Bug Killer 'o your chickens. Spray your chicken house with Mar tin's Sure Teath. Your money back if not absolutely satisfied. Guaran teed by Grayum Drug Co. 13 Of course wq must consent that the Surrcme Court Is right In hand ing down an opinion to enjoin strikes but It forcfs us to revise our notion that there is no law to forre a free man to work unless he want to. nor that any man or bunch of men have n right to Interfere with othrs who may want to work. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tarker of Herm lelgh precinct were shopping In Sny der Monday that Is Mrs. Parker was shopping and the old gentleman wa9 looking demure and generous. Editors Met In Houston The Texas Press Association met last week in Houston and Junketed generally over the South Texas coun try. They visited the penitentiary farms and are competent to discuss from "red heifer" to the Blue Ridge farm. They had so much business thut It was necessary to defer the selection the next meeting place. The officers for the next year are John E. Cooke of the Rockdale Reporter, pres.; Jud Mortimer Lewis of the Houston Chronicle, vice-president; Sam P. Harben of Richardson Echo, secretary and C .F. Lehmau of San Antolo, treasurer. A!ex Barnett was up from Ira Sat urday telling about the outlook. Jim Baze and wife, Mr. and Mrs O. F.Darby left Sunday for Hot Springs, Ark., to spend a while on a vacation. Revival Meeting Closed The revival meeting clased Sun day night and the preacher ad the slnxer have gone away. It was- a good meeting. There were about a dozen conversions. The ordinance of baptism was administered Sunday afternoon in thepresence of a large congregation. WANTED If you own a farm on the Divide, what Is your best price? We want It as we!l as others. See us, for we need more and have, In fact, now, the largest listing, bona flde in Scurry County. Dodsou-Tay-lar Realty Co. Official Notice Notice is hereby given of official have a part In lining tip the affairs of the Democratic party of this call for a regular meeting of tho Democratic Executive Committee of Scurry county, Texas to be held at the Court House In Snyder, at onj o'clock p. m., Monday, June 21, 1920, to transact such business as may lawfully be brought before said committee for consideration. It is hoped that every membor of the committee will be present to county. Respectfully, A. C. WILMETH, County Chairman. Ifc'Kt Remedy for Stomach Trouble "I am pleased to have the oppor tunity to say a good word for Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie Bertel of fMoberly, Mo. "I think they are the best remedy for 6tomach troubles, biliousness and constipation I have ever used. I havetaken them off and on for two or three years and they always re lieve Indigestion, tone up' the liver r.n dmake me feel fine. President Wilson is pleased to make the League of Nations the par amount issue and candidate Harding manifests Joy at going before the country on that question. Now that the scheme has been endorsed by both parties, go to It. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Next Saturday (tomorrow) will be the 19th day of June and that Is the last day upon which candidates for office may file their names to go on the official ballot. Keep this In mind, and if you have not al ready done so, do so. Yon have only til that time to get on. The Executive Committee will meet Monday and make up the ticket and . will assess the sum to be charged each candidate to pay the expenses of holding the primary elections on Jaly 24th. The labor convention held last week voted to favor leaving Mexico to work out her own destiny. She may not be able to do it, but It Is Veil enough to let her try. If she falls she will know to whom" to" turn the job over to. Uncle Sam can do it, If he must. Mr. A. M. Johnston of Dunn was here Saturday on his way to Gordon to spend the summer with his sister Mrs. N. T. Dixon. E. P. DeLoaeh was here Saturday from Ira and was feeling good over the crop outlook. J. W. Wemken of Foch was a visitor in the city Monday, Mexico statesmen and newspapers believe that if Senator Harding were president he would be but a figure head In the service of capitalistic classes. There are others besides Mexicans who believe that TO MY FRIENDS I am home again ready to serve my friends. Anything you can give me in paper hanging, painting and sign work will be appreciated as of old. Very respectfully, ED J. THOMPSON. Automobile stealing has become almost a trade In this country, and the thieves seem to have some sort of a brotherhood. ,,, . . . , Miss Daphne Meador and her two There will be a fight made In the , , , I brothers, A. D. and Harold Meador, San Francisco convention to abrogate I . . .... , , u 4 .......u of E g Springs, are visiting their the two th rds rule that has prevail-. . ' . .. , I aum ana uncie, .ur. una .Mrs. junn t'U BU lulls. The reason A0mmacxiLl AT a, rtc-. jr-M'A)ftY v m Jktm - - - - - Hi G. Davis. CIIICIIESTEnS PILLS DIAMOND BRAND lap res i COLI Ribbon. DIAMOND KHtKI) ML La, tor twent-B j tut ttgmidtii a llnt.KalcH, Alwayi Ktuiui. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TIMH TtUKD EVERYWHERE BIG FREE BARBECUE July 3rd at L A M ES A Everybody Invited Changed Hands The Snyder Transfer has changed hands and Wilson & Mof fett are now proprietors. We will be on the dob night and day and answer all telephone calls. We will appreciate your business. DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 104 NIGHT PHONE 446 Wilson & Moffett Props. CATT FOR SALE Guy Stark, accompanied, by hU daughter, Miss Ethel, .were visitors td Snyder Thursday, returning Fri day. Seminole Sentinel. Jim Calloway of Oklahoma is here visiting his sister, Mrs. N. M. Har pole and family. Whether yon are taking Her on a pleasure trip or Him on a busi ness mission at any time when you want to get from here to there and at the same time enjoy an ehxlliratlng ride call us up and we'll call for you. We'll sup ply the driver too. AVIATION GARAGE 3 The Marshal Messenger sa has the promise of a car 1 print paper at 14 cents a p o. b. New York. How can It b probable that the smaUe-r co papers can live under sueb tions? Most of the papers th living are increasing their ad Ing rates and adopting cash vanco for subscription. PIIEIUFF'N SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Scurry. By virtue of an order of s. sued out of the Honorable Ij Court of Scurry County, on tbj day of June, A. D. 1920, by the! thereof, In the case of G. P.I versus W. J. Faints and W. El No. 2148, und to me, as Sberl tected and delivered, I will pi to sell for cash, within the prescribed by law for Sheriff's! on the First Tuesday In July, 1920, It being the 6th day month, before the Court Housl of said Scurry County, In th of Snyder, the following dot! property, to-wit: Lot and 4 Blocks, 2 original of Snyder, Texas, levied on property of W. J. Falnls and Paie to satisfy a Judgment a Ing to $508 In favor of O. Pj and costs of suM. Given under my hand, thl day of June, A. D. 1920. J. H. BYRD, Shl We have 175 good White Face heifer yearlings for sale. Will sell in lots of 10 and up at $50 each. They are good blood and big. IF INTERESTED SEE Wa Winston Winston .or Tom Huffman I Hail Insurance i .-.v. We have the rhearest rate In West Texas on . I This is no idle boast and we invite you to call on us ai y be convinced. 1 Remember .everal dollars saved are that many earned. l We want your Insurance and you cannot afford to 1, I without it. HAIL FIRE TORNADO AITO A. J. Towle Bark of Fir Mate Itank Phone 100 GUARANTEE TJUL0R5.& FURNIHERS 100 Pair Misfit Pants at Bargain Prices PHONE 162 EAST SIDE OF SQUAR, PAID FOR M'TTF.R, CREAM, CHICKENS, BOGS AI HIDES. GET OI K TRICES IlEFORE CELLING.. WE CA4 I FOR CHICKENS ANYWHERE IN CITY. - PHONE 71 Snyder Produce Comp, PHONE 71 R. L. TERRY, Proprlc