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THE SNYLEIt SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1920.
l -j I Ixmm of Appetite, la general rule there is nothing Jti about a loss of appetite, and u eilp a meal or only eat two a a day for a few days you will vollali tnr vnnr monlfl i sal tlmo comes. Dear In t" .t at loast five hours should i lapse between meals so as to I 3 food ample time to digest '. j stomach a period of rest be- i i rr. 1 a. sconU meal is laaen. iucii u i jio more than you crave and . seasonable amount of outdoor V every day you need not .bout your appetite. When the appetite Is caused by constlpa j'is often the case, that should .reeled at once. A dose of Urlaln's Tablets will do It. 3IIESTERS pills '.XNO -- DrWH ff Cnt CniiS TER ? A h'U llKAND MLI.H tn Kkd Metallic tHiir, treled wuh BluKyj TAE HO lTBm. Knr J"Xf a - - ..b. . Ill IllkLTfU V BRAND etle. a i ak iaisittttita Inr len(f -flit rrrl?tl a licit, 6tOat, Alway Reliable. LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE I ASPIRIN me "Bayer" on Genuine ayer Tablets of Aspirin" la geo Aspirin proved safe by salllloas prescribed by; physicians for twenty years. Accept only an oken "Hayer package" which itrs proper directions to relieve lache, Toothache, Earache, Neu a, Rheumatism. Colds and Tain. Jy tin boies of 12 tablets cost cants. Druggists a!so sell larger ;sr packages." Asplrtn Is trode t' Bayer manufacture Monoacetl ster of Sallcyllcacld. Ira. A good rain fell south of Ira last week. ' Crops arc BtlM holding up. Tlio election passod off quietly. Everybody seemed to be satisfied with the results, except that Joe fooled us uhuut a half dozen votes. Rev. J. R. Plunt has Just closed it meeting ut this place. The Huptist meeting will begin Wednesday night, Aug. 4. Rev. Carrett of Dig Springs will do the preaching. P. A. Miller nn! family of Colora do, Texas, are visiting In Ira this week. Uncle George Angel, an old Ira citizen, Is spending a few ks here with relatives. C. N. Smlthers was called to Lub bock Sunday, occasioned by a death and other serious nickness in tho Sullivan family, a brother of Mrs. Smlthers. Mrs. Littlerage and children of nrown county are visiting their rel ative. Mrs. A. Q. Elland. Miss Velma Hill has returned homo from San Marcos and Is great ly Improved In health. Rill vriddlngs asd family have re turn? from n short visit to Ar kansas. Mr. Chlesa and family of Dal!as county are visiting tlu-ir old neigh bor. O. H. Holladay, of this place. K. H. Smith and family, formerly of this place but now of Colorado, paH.d through Ira Monday enroute to Snyder. We hear much talk about a plculc for Ira on Augunt 20. Let's ke- talking it, and have it. Ira is still an Important district ofScurry coun ty and never falls in any progressive undertaking and we say l'a have a basket picnic and Invite Neff and Hally as speakers. Jea Dixon ha Just returned from New Mexico. His wife ac companied him. "Il looked Mke a Itattlllelcl in Fu ror," Ril Mr. C. PnnMer. "Was staying at a hotrl in a small Pennsylvania tov.n. Early one morning I went to the ctable to hire a rig and was shown a pile of dead rats killed v.lth RAT-SNAP the night before. looked like a battle field in Europe." Three sizes. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by W. O. Ralston. Magnolia Petroleum Company FOR OILS AND GASOLINE Call No. 447 W. S. Beauchamp Agent W. L. Shaw I ' BONDED PLUMBER Practical plumbing at all times. 'j t PHONE 67 New Picture .Machine at Cozy. The Cozy theatre is one of the most popular and pleasing Institu tions in the town. Manager Craw ford plans all the time to give the public the best there is In the movie world nnd his courteous attention to patrons gives them a feeling of per sonal Interest. Tho show house Is always com fortable and the screen showings are clear and easy of comprehension. In keeping with the progress of the times, the Cozy Is now installing a new and expensive Motlogrnph pic ture machine and with the two in struments a continuous picture may be given, which will add attractive ness to the presentation. The new machine arrived thli week and Mr. Crawford takes pleas ure in explaining the mechanism and functions of the new addition and invites the people to come In and see how It works. You Guard Agnhist. Burglars, Hut Wlwt About Rats? Rats steal millions of dollars' worth of grain, chickens, eggs, etc. Destroy property and nre a menace to health If you are troubled with rats try RAT- SNAP. It will surely kill them prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Comes in cakes. Three sizes, 25c, 50c $1.00. SoM and guaranteed by W. G. Ralston. i:-ronfiMli-rate Soldier PiismmI Away. Mr. J. M. Ilerry, atred 84 years. dieil on July 22.at the Confederate Home at Austin. The remains ar rived here Saturday and were buried In the Snyder cemetery Sunday af ternoon. A largecrowd of friends attended the funeral. He Is survived by four sons and three daughters: J. W. Rerry, Sny der; E. P. Rerry, Oklahoma; E. E. Rerry. Lucy, New Mexico; Jim A. Rerry. Fort Worth; Mrs. J. Nelson, Rlshop; Mrs. Kate Black, San An- gelo: Mrs. Sallle Resacher. Fort Worth. FOR SALE Good young sheep in small bunches up to one thou sand head. W. W. Nelson. 8 Mrs. G. H. Leath returned Mon day night from visiting her sister at Stratford. Her mother went with her and will prolong her visit. Kill tbo Rlue Bugs And all blood sucking insects. simply by feeding Martin's Wonder ful Rlue Bug Killer 'o your chickens. Spray your chicken house with Mar- fin's Sure Death. Your money back If not absolutely satisfied. Guaran teed by Grayum Drug Co. 13 Kinging Re at Hiwon. There will be an all day singing at Rison August 15th. Thre, will be singers from Waco and Terrell. Everybody invited. 7 TIu- I .-t- of Our MitKn.fne KwtJon I August is. Tt s is a feature pictorial maga zine motion which the Slpnal Is giv ing its reai'.f rs once each sr.onth. The August lsvuo is replete with much interesting story and department matter. The tntlre contents of the section are primal below: Cowboys of the A. R. Ranch Fall For Cupid" By Joseph Mackle. "Current Comment" Written In his usual rich and racy style by J. H. (Jim) Lowry. "Early Times In Texas" By J. C. Duval, an old Texas pioneer. "Brief Texas News Notes" From all over the state, by Chopsle S. Welch. "A Little Fun" Some jokes that are worth your reading. "Hints to Motorists" Money sav ing hints to auto and truck owners. "Texas Farm News" Newsy par agraphs of Texas farms and ranches. "Stories For Roys and Girls" "An Adventure with a Shark" and other good stories. "Woman's Department" Pat terns and fashions, household helps. 'I(t-Sniit," Says ny White. "Wife and I spent our vacation camping last summer, smell of cook ing brought rats. We went to town, got some RAT-SNAP, broke up cakes, put It outside our tent. We got the rats alright big fellows. Farmers, itorekeepers. housewives, should use "RAT-SNAP." Three sizes, 25c, 60c. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by W. 0. Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Standifer of Ollton, Okla., aro guests of Mr. and Rennie Hu'J says he doesn't, feel bad over getting defeated. He la young, has a good Job and got lots of fun out of the race. Notice to the Public. I have equipped my shop with a new Champion Sole Stitcher, and am now prepared to give you first class service in shoe repairing. I sew soles on all welt shoes now, Instead of tacking. Can give you quick rervlce. I am also adding a good line of strictly hand made boots to my re pair business and at prices that will Interest you, too. If you want a pair of hand made boots call and let me take your measure. Will carry boots In stock, also. HUB TAYLOR. 7 At Courthouse Shoe Shop. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County . Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney Co., doing buslnees tn the City of To ledo. County and State aforeeald and that aid Arm will ray the lum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for any caee of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uee cf HALL'S CATAIUmKntCtNB Sworn to befora me and tubeertbed ta my pmence, tbla Itb day of December, a. x5 iwa (Seal) A. W. Oleaaon. Notary Public. HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE I. tak en tnttrnally and acti through the Blood cn the Mucous Surfaces of the Syetem. Druffteta. lie. Tttmontale free. F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio, Lift offComs! Desn't hurt a bit and Frezone costs only a few cents. Mr. W. F. Bertram of Windom, Texaa, was in town this week. Mr. Bertram; bas a farm on the divide east of town and he finds crops look ing fine, he says. Cliamhfrlnin'a Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. This medicine always wins the good opinion if not the praise of those who use It. Try it when you have need of such a remedy. ' Nelson Dunn is visiting bis people InFort Worth this week. Jb ;xWfrfiil, hrMhf l.f Hil.H l.lxl.lnllil ('It Kl.iv yj Inrtent nl iiiih it h f f rnmf If 7 V 11. rt. ilk. iionnvrimuu! I " Y.y t 1 if tlliuu.!lfm. N on r.l .VV?' rf ' GRAYUM DRUG COMPANY Doesn't bnrt a bit! Drop a little Freezone on, an aching corn, in stantly that corn stops hurting, then jou life it right out. Yea, magic! A tiny bottle of Free2one costs but a few. cents at any drug store, but is sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn or corn between the toes, and the callouses, without boreness or iritatlon. Freezone is th sensational discov ery of a Cincinnati genius It is wonderful THE BUCKHORN When you wear anything that comes from the Buckhorn You feel right Our success we attribute to correctly fitting everything from suit to socks. Just any old size suit, shod hat or socks won't do. We fit you SHORT ORDERS 8hort orders served at all times. Prompt service. Rea sonable prices. Ice for sale. 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