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THE SNYDEIt SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920.
;r. 7 ro county is rcci'ivniK ' Jiko shipment of cement to bo , , J In liutldlnK bridges and cul- a: liavej . . eMrntV'6 cM' 1,ump norU,er c&xxset Irlt feel "ke we ttro 1)OUt t0 et ar fo of the Ionic delayed rain, promt , rn!ll j la said to be costing the state O00 a month to keep troops In eston to enforce martial law. wire ZTT - ick aa WonieirTYilve Out. an! lusework Is bard enough when h one.jjy Every Snyder woman who 1 '.'."'aTlng backache, blue and ner- ' t-t t v ji... I,..4.i.luia anil i. tey or bladd-er trouble, should j la plad to heed this Snyder woman's ? '"Ifrlence: "Vs. M. Neal aays: "A few years V rfhen I would bend over to Pick omethlng, II was painful for me tratchten aaln. as the pain in """"Iraall of ar back was so severe. greatly annoyed by the irreg i action of my kidneys and morn- 1 1 would feel awfully tired and "ld. Doan'a Klduey Pills bad used by other members of my - le Snyder Signal ) LETTERHEAD! j Cometo Us J Notice to The Public We have purchased the fixtures and elec trical supplies of the R. M. Day Co., the Willard Battery Salesmen and we are much better prepared to give you sertice on your battery of whatever make. We also have a more complete stock ! igniting parts as well as motor and generator brushes. When your car refuses to go, step to your telephone and call 99. We will soon be there with the goods. The Cash DO LOOK (I trade for the Ii S and P H.iilroad, e,very time you .d 5 dollars with me I will give? yoj a lidt'. If I don't v a new Wheelborrow ami you shall have your ride. T A. 1IAMEK. the Second hand man on K.it "V-ilje Street ' Pi! iPiW Engagement Rings, Wedding Rings, Baby Rings. Birthday Rings, ' Signet Rings Rings of every descriptor. ' 'I Vaii k,M t iiIhiiIim k.,fl r t nU,..A .nil, f n 4 i w i 4 11 . I I . n V . We bave a beautiful stock from which to make a selection. Our rices are most reasonable. ..f' Come, see them even though you do 'only. XI JEWELER" S3- J I ' I 1 1 . faml'y with such good hesulti that I took th'm. I only had to use one box of Doon's when my buck was Htrenstlinned nl my kidneys regu luted. I take, a few Doun's occus loniilly now as a preventive." Price OOc, at all dealers. Don't hlniply ask for , kidney remedy set Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Nral bad. Kostcr-Mll-burn Co.. Mfrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. Diacelut Watches. II. 0. Towle, Jeweler and Optician. 8 Some time ago It was reported thit the union labor people had put out a circular calling on union men to vote against Mr. Dalley. Neff charged at Coleman that Dalley people had the circular sent out and that some of Bailey's supporters paid for having it published In the Houston Chronicle. Neff and Bailey both spoke Wed nesday at Coleman. They put up at the same hotel. Neff heard nail ey's speech from start to finish but Bailey didn't stay to hear Neff. He is quoted as saying bat he didn't know that Neff was In the audi ence. Bracelet Watches. H. O. Towle, Jeweler and Optician. 8 l4tnri Titles. We make abstracts and draw all kinds of legal Instruments. Reason ably priced. Boren & Erwln. N. W. corner of court house. 8tf Bracelet Watches. H. 0. Towle, Jeweler and Optician. 8 Childish Rtatonlng. Elisabeth's mother died three years ago. Recently her father sli-o pssej away, leaving ten-.vear-old Kllr-abetli the ldet ut three little gl;ln. She was placed In a girl' si'lioul, -sbero he not lelllng (he sIMer of li-r mis fortune. ;mJ ueeiled them." was the litter's only con notation. , 'l'o which Llule exclaimed: "Ms) he he did. but 1 tblnk we kid needed them wont." Garage so for your own information . r OPTJCIAN WAS TOO FERVENT Law Saw More Love Than Re ligion in Man's Kiss. Exhaustive Legal Opinion by British Judge Laid Down Fins Distinction Between the Salute Amatory and the Salute Religious. 'Die Islanders of Lewis, the Island i r the western Hebrides, off the count of Scotland, which Is coining so much Into prominence since Its recent pur chase by the soap king, Lord Lever hulnie. have many quaint customs, one of which was strikingly revealed In an action for divorce tried In court at Edinburgh. The story Is well told In the Judgment pronounced by Lord Sands. Tlie action whs at the Instance of Alesantfer Matheson, Athernan of Portnaruran, Stornaway, against Mrs. Isabella McLean or Mntbeson, 0 Port nagurnn, and against William Camp bell, merchant, 9 I'orfnngurun, as co defender. Ills lordship granted a de cree of divorce ami found the co defender liable In expenses aod40 damages. His lordship said he thought It proved that, considering their previ ously distant relations, there was a remarkable Intimacy hnween defen der and eodefender. The codefender kissed the defender boih when they were atone and In ber hou- before her children. This In Itself would have hen conclusive hiwl It not been or one circumstance. The defender and the codefender were both members f the United Free church. There was evidence that could not be disregarded that there ss a certain practice of kissing between communicant, though, In deference prolmbly to Hritit-h ideas, the salutation seemed to piins only be tween rsons of opposite ".exes. The eilwfence of such a practice seemed sniew! nt startling, but bis ltdhip lliuiight It wan explained hy the evi dence taken In relation to hat ws s matter of public knowlmlge hiiiohb thnwe iH.nvt-rHiit with religious con ditions in the highlands. It had been the practice for only a mere handful of the adherent of the church to participate In communion, al though the communion M-niMrii was a far more solemn action In the high lands than In the lowland. Since the spilt In the Free church, however. In !!, the sections which adhered to the Tnlted Free church had tended to become much more like their brethren In the soul, and thus it man ifested ltelf among other ways In oiany younger persona becoming com municants. This cu-ed an awkward com pi lea Hon as regarded the kissing ciiMorn. It might be all very well for elderly saints to greet one anoiher with a chaste oriental salute, but it wss a different matter when it came to young married omen being promiscu ously kissed by cucunl male acquaint ances who happened to be fellow com uninlcants. This extension of the cm torn was therefore disapproved of by many, hut to a certain extent the cu tout "prevall.il. fiiich being the state of rnattcr, the kissing Indulged In by the parties to this case hud not the conclusive character of undue fa miliarity. If nn proved that the codefender did more thiin UWs the defender; be- also i i' I!, mis in., in d li'T. ii fuel which lie r-l ittt''. M' lo;: I ;' felt that re lic'.. en-- mi "d not Justify this : tel.- ii' ' iti embrace. Egr Women Are Serfs. The ti.. tn. ut of women In I'gypt Is the di -t. st phase ,( Kuv -l l;i i life, f suvs fi. N. I'mi-.. . ! ' ti-li member of : parliiitueiit, '!" i. .vally retlirneci from n tnur of mat country. The men In F.irvpi. siijs Mr. Ilurnes. n far as sex rein lions are concerned, think themselves the lords of creation. They can divorce their wives at hill, without whim or reason, and it Is not uncommon for u mint to have three wives. "In many houses." continues Mr. Hurtles, "I never saw 11 woman, and voti can take It from me that the posi tion of the women In F.gypt Is abso lutely one of serfdom and dcendelice. They spend their lives In miserable hovels, In working In the adjoining Held or In getting water. "'fhey are the serfs of the men and ns much beasts of burden as the don key and the camel. A people which uses women folk in that way are des tined t be a subject race and do not deserve to govern." Honors Remained With Mule. TA'hlle a circus parade was In prog ress at Kane, I 'a., one of the ele-phants. thinking possibly to relieve the monot ony of the occasion, gave Its trunk a J toaa In the air sud brought It down wJtb a resounding smack on a mule that bad been standing at the curb auletly watching the sights. In spite of the handicap of heing hitched to a delivery wagon, the mule promptly wheeled about, took quick aim. and de livered two klcka with lightning swift ness. The kicks caught the elephant squarely on the knees. It stopped for an Instant, but If It even momentarily contemplated further Interchanges with the mule, It gave np the Idea, and gntshed the parade with a decided limp. I'hlladelpbla Record. ' Old Friend Turns Up. "It teems te me 1 have already beard tone ef the storlea told by tbla miwi olognlat "Perhaps yon bave." "Jeer "He's a retired bartender who has gen ,lnte vaudeville," Blrmh-gbiej Ije-Beral. LLDLRLY CAN "COME BACK" -..; !:'sn Tells How He Succeeded Throwing Oft Ui IncuOu af Advancing Years. Pr, I. Leo NuKcher tells how he uieie a . i.i-. If over Into a young mun, In an ii'tiel- In People's Msirnzlue for May. "!t Is something any elderly icrir nn do." he siiys. "Here Is tb iUl jle proposition. A man uges insay yrnrs In the course of u severe Illness "listing several week. After a few weeks' vucution be looks and ftads many, but to a certulu cMent the ci.s be was iiiken HI. Iluvlng In m'.ii-l bun ilreds of cases In which this lias proved true. It Is logical to ask If we cannot rejuvenate the aged, make them grew young again, Just as we made the pre maturely aged Invalid become yomf. And, through recent experiments, that can now be answered In the affirma tive. I speak from personal experience. "It Is a fact that there Is Dot a ata fie one of the objective manlfestat)es f senility, those that give the appear ance of old age, which cannot be re moved, suppressed, or hidden, or at least a youthful substitute found far It. "To restore Uie spirit and buoyancy of youth Is more difficult This re quires the will, not only the desire, but the determination and the energy to be young, to feel young and look yoong. Most old persotis have the desire, scne bave the determination, but few have the energy to carry out the measures necessary for rejuvenation. In many cases the old man or woman who would like to do so Is afraid of ridicule, of being called giddy and foolish If be or rtie suddenly appeared In youthful at tire and adorned with the artifices of the beauty parlor. Vet nnder some special stimulus, usually the desire to attract some particular Individual of the opposite sex, both men and women bave gone beyond the limit of pro priety to look younger than they ire and feel younger than they look. And If they went about It the right way they usual'y succeeded. "I tried It a couple of years ago. not to attract any particular Individual, but to see If It could be doDe, and how It felt to grow young. "In one yeor the change In my ap pearance and actions and feelings was so complete that persons who had not wen me since the earlier day. when I was aged, did not recogulze me." Yields to March of Progress. One of the oldest banks In Wall street has finally vlelded to the march of progress and Inslalled a telephone. It will only have one phone at nrst. for It Is difficult to uproot prejudices of many years. They have never had a telephone because they believed that confidential business could not be con ducted over a telephone and their at mosphere of the old bank, the oldest In the city. Is thst of n staid Institu tion In wune old town settled In Colo nial times. At. solute quiet prevsPr. The employees retain the old-fashioned good manners. Instead of a lovely liiiiKhini: creature who tells the world the line is busy to thrilling soprano, the bank will select for their first tele phone operator a peisou with a beard mid a basi voice, able to endow bis lk'litet iiit.-ratices with a certain pro fundity. New and Valuable Res'n. A new s.vir.hcllc resin Is stated to be a suitable substitute for many pur poses for Iinuiiir imd Knurl gum sr.d common resin. It Is produced from coal tar distillates, and bus been named Cumin. It Is soluble In coal tar sol vents, vegetable oils, carbon bisul phide, carbon tetrachloride, ether and in etc ne. It Is Insoluble In alcohol, :itid this uniis'lal property gives It a special value for varnishes. It finds use also in leather dressings, polishes, artificial leather, printing Inks, water proofing paper, linoleum, and ns a binder for molded materials. Its color may vary from llyht yellow to dark amber, nnd the melting points of the various grades range from .V de crees to nbiuit ItlD degrees centigrade. With many mineral und v.-yciahle waxes It gives mixtures of remarkable properties. A New Outfit. The man next d.r to four-year-old Allen bus n new car and little Allen Is much given to accompanying hltn to the giinme to keep him company while be tinkers with It. He some times seems to get as much pleasure out of It as does Its actual owner. Only '.he other day something hav pened which threatened for a time to dim his enjoyment. Tbe owner of the car came home with a jumper suit In which he appeared the next time be went out to work on his car. The next time he started out to tbe ram ire he whistled for Allen hot mi hov came. Then he w ent over to A I I-1 len'a house and hunted op the little fellow. "Come on out to the garage with me. son,' he said. Allen looked at him sorrowfully. "I can't." he said sadly. "I haven't any garage underwear like yours." Chinese Girls Fight the Boy a. j According to the I'ekln Jlpao the! experiment of mixed education -kas tint been a brilliant success In the cap- '. ital as H resulted In a etand up fjrlii ' between girl and boy students In the government university. It appears tbal during school hours eome of the ' boys attempted to "cut out" the awslns j of some of the girls, and these, be coming Jealous, tiled to wreak vente ! a nee. The government has dismissed i aM the partlcipaats In tbe svrap al baa decided that tbe present roomeie In Inopportune for mixed edocetloi 4 wrftl . I ,,r antl Mrs- E- minbotham Innd Bon are here from Ranger tor short visit. Mexico will be reminded that there are some murder charges In the United States against her repa triated citizen for bis activities at Columbus. The policy of America Is to refuse to extend recognition to a people whose bands are bloody In crime. Klaine Ifanimerstein In Double Hole. In "The Shadow of Rosalie Hyrnes," which cornea to tbe Cozy Theater Tuesday, there are two leading) roles, and Elaine Hammer stein playa them both. She Is twins. In on she is sweet and lovable, tbe incarnation of perfect woman hood; In the other she Is a selfish. unscrupulous actress who does not hesitate to use her sister In any way that will be advantageous to her own advancement. At one time the latter almost gets her sister involved in murder; at another she almont divorces her sister's husband. Those are Just two of the developments In an un usual plot, which Is charterized by a strong element of suspense effec tually maintained until the very end of the picture. Miss Hammersteln, It Is said, avails herself of an opportunity to do some fine acting, and her beauty was never used to more advantage than In this, her latest picture. ' Owing to the condition of the roads, several men who expected .o go to Rotan to hear Bailey, declined. It is understood that an effort will be made to get him to come to Sny der from Dig Springs. WHAT'S ON Today "The Lost City." 10th Episode. ''Tug Of War" Also Mack Sennett's "Down on tbe Farm." A 5 Reel Corcedj Sensation. You remember "YarAtc Doodle" try this one. Admission 13 and 30c. Tomorrow Matinee Same program as Friday Night. Night show "Down on the Farm" and a ore reel Comedy, ''Good Gracious Grace." Usual Admission. Monday Madlaine Travers in in "Hula Hula Town." Tuesday '"Shadow of Kosalie Hyrne" by Elaine Hammer stei Tbe story that compels your sympathy. You'll cry, you'll smile, you'll laugh. Elaine is a favorite here Co.iie see her once and you will come back. Wednesday ' The Blue Handanna" with William Dennoi d. An KVtern tenderfoot cleaning up a bad bunch of Wotern Kouuhnicks-, ar.d a Sunshine Comedy "Fnotlight Maids." Thursday "TheUrand of Lopez" by Sessue Hnyakiwa. A thrilling melodrama of Sjrain with Kayolawa as tin outlaw bull iighli-r, also "Save Me Sady" a " reel comedy. Saturday ' The Last of the Duanes" William Fare urn. Farnums best, and look!! Ilaroid Lloyd in "Haunted Spooks" Highest Market Price Paid for produce at" all times For your Poultry, Eggs, Hides. Don't eell before -seeing us. We art cnxious for your eggtt Call us. t Also Feed Henderson Brothers I V . f a EiE BOND and Our Good PRINTING Will SaveYou Moncy tV. - 1 Y I f a of ioy What's jour batting average? Is jour health up to scratch? If there's anjthini; about you that needs tiiiugc jou ought to take a trip to the drug store where our folks buv their medi cines. , STINSON DRUG CO. j Snyder, Teias L. T. S. J. C. S. AT THE COZY 'Iron Heart'' Mult Jeff Mm