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THE SNYDEn SIGNAL. BNYEER. T EXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, 1920.
iff Y 4 Harness and Wagons Whin in need Of harness come to see me. Also have wagons. D. P. Strayhorn ANNOUNCEMENTS For District Attorney 8!inl Judicial District : , I. E. HILL of Nolan County. For IHstrlrt Clerk Mn. Nellie Wecms (re-election) I For County Treasurer: MIS3 IDA KELLY. For County Judge: HORACE HOLLEY. For Tax Collector: L. T. CONDRA ' For Tii AswiHor: G. H. LEATH Re-election. For County Clerk: MRS. H. H. COTTEN. For County Superintendent t O. L. 1IOWELI4 (Re-Election.) Miss Nealy Squyres For Sheriff: J. H. BYRD (Re-Electlon.) For County Surrey or: H. A. GOODWIN Ro-electlon. Por Commissioner, Pre. No. 2. J. G. Landrum. For Co. Cotnmisloner, Prec. No. 1 Com Ezell ' For Co. Commissioner, Prec. V'o. 4 For Jnatice of the Peace, Pre. No. 2 For Public Weigher Prect. No. 1: O. I. (Butch) McCLINTON. For Public Weigher 'Precinct No. 4. N. M. MURRAY J. F. Merrill returned Saturday from a visit to Johnson. Dallas, Den ton and Fannin counties. Mrs. Mer rill remained for a longer visit. J. F. says that where he was the cotton crop is shot all to pieces. Some sections will make utmost, nothing. I It is some better about Cleburne but taking It all over the outlook Is bad. Kill the Itlue Hug And all blood sucking Insects. simply by feeding Martin's Wonder ful Blue Bug Killer o your chickens. Spray your chicken house with Mar ' tln'a Sure Eeath. Your money back If not absolutely satisfied. Guaran teed by Grayum Drug Co. 13 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patterson of F'yron have returned from Lavon, Collin count)', where they, went to attend the funeral of Mr. Patterson's brother, Bob. Subscribe for the Signal. jr il THETTNIVERS Al CAR LI ! l The Ford One Ton Truck is serving business tost as faithfully and economically as does the B Ford Tourine Car serve ill the people faithfully I I ( and economically. The Ford Truck is a neces- I j I sity to the grocer both in delivering goods and I ! I l 1 t .L A W. .-I I I tin Dnnging gooas iroiri uio atauuna, uuvm ) from the country. It is an ideal motor car I III i because there isn't a want or the farmer or II II i bunneaa man that it doesn't supply in the way I I I I 13 of quick transportation at a minimum expense. ' III 1 Come in, examine the. Truck, ami let us talk I 1 I It I 1 1 VTW. VMVJWM l Hi I .loe Stravhorn I U I. Agent 11 1 Style and Value Both 0 The ideal clothing combination is style and value both. Lack either and you have a poor clothes investment. That's why men everywhere are &oin to S. H. Churchill & Co. dealers and are having their clothes made to their individual measure. They &et a better quality fabric, finer workman ship, better fit, and down-to-the-minute styles all at a lower price. Look up the S. H. Churchill dealer today. Youll find it pays Guarantee Tailors and Furnishers, Snyder DciiiiM-riitlc State Convention Pro miiIji(h Platform. .Mr. Neff'o land jiunk whs not em bodied In tin- democratic platform adi)ted lust week In Port Worth. There waa no iffort to bilng It in. Mr. Neff said himself Hint he would not Insist; In fart, lie paid In the out net Unit lie hiiH never thought it rlnht for tho nominee for governor to dictate the platform. . That Is the IiumIik'Hs of the convention and he took no part In framing that docu ment. So far na the hind p',ank is con cerned, Mr. Neff's Ideas on that line Hre In harmony with the policies of Gov. Hogg and other statesmen, that non-residents should not be pro tected and made rich by the enhance mentof land values by actual citi zens while they hold their lands for speculation. The convention in Fort Worth made a progressive and commenda ble platform. The only fight that came up was over the matter of es tablishing a West Texas A. & M. college. Delegates from the west fought sodly for such an enterprise. Our Judge Rosser made a strong sneech In favor of It. Fort Worth's delegates favored It and Judge R. V. Davidson of Dallas did what he could, but South and East Texas wants everything located In their part of the country, and they out voted our delegates. So long an West Texas Is handicapped by unfair representation those sections will al ways outvote us. They would have millions expended to build up state institutions there and call on 'West Texas to furnish the taxes to do It. Kenny County Baptist Association. The last meting of our associa tion, which was held et Dunn last week, was possibly the greatest ses sion of the association ever held. For several years tlve conditions have been such that but few people could attend and but little Interest was taken. Rut from the very first ser vice the Interest was fine and the at tendance large. All the churches of the association but on were represented, both by letters and messengers, and the local attendance was very large. Quite a number of visitors -were present, among them being C. E. nail. Rev. Shepherd. Sam Malone. and others. The session opened Thursday night with a sermon delivered by Rev. Shepherd of Abilene. His sub ject was "The EagWlnged Life." The business session opened Friday morning. The moderator preached Friday night, at the request cf the commits and association, on the subject -Why I'm a Missionary Hup tist." The message was heard by a great number of people. Extra seats were put In the bouse and many who had come for this servl. e could not get Into the houac. Rev. J. W. Mcl'.aha delivered a great message Saturday morning, which was heard and tip prec la ted by many. Rev. (Ir.-en of Loralne delivered n line message Friday morning. The reports on the. many phases of our work were read and discussed. Thev showed remarkable progress along all lines of endeavor, and gave cciurase. and inspiration for the coming year. The spirit of the meeting was as beautiful and Christ-like as we ever saw. Not a clash or jar anywhere. It could not have been better. The n,.onle of Dunn endeared them selves in all our hearts, and we shall lo.k with great pleasure to another meeting there In the near future. The next meeting will be held at Camp Springs next September, begin ning on Wednesday night before the second Sunday. 'Ih minutes will be printed n,l distributed as soon as po:-ible. W. II. SI'MS. Moderator. Salesmen Wanted. Lubricating oil, grease, paint, specialties. Whole or part time. Commission basis. Men with car or rig. Deliveries from our South western refinery. Samples free. Write for the attractive terms. Riv erside Refining Co.. Cleveland. O. 15 To Form Cavalry Troop at Sweetwater. S-'twuler, Texas, Sept. 11. Sweetwater will have a cavalry troop as the result of the appointment of Mike C. Elliott, news editor of the Sweetwater Dallv Reporter and a former member of the One Hundred and Thirty-First FUd Artillery, as captain and E. 1. Ilalrston of the Mart Hotel and former member of the One Hundred and Eleventh Am munition Train of the Thirty-Sixth Division, as first lieutenant. Organization of the troop is now under way and It Is expected that the troop will be mustered Into service within the next ehree weeks. WANTED Family to pick 1200 lbs. cotton or mjnre per day. Will fur nish comfortable house, pay popular prices, pasture team, and If respon sible and quipped will rent land. Write or wire W. A. Doak, Snyder. Phone 9042F3. 16c Advert Iwil Tett4rs. Snyder. Txas Sept. 14, 1920. liiown. Miss Eillle Ilurrus, W. R. lilrdwell. Rlake Hrown, T. J. Curtis, M. F. Davis, Sweet Davis, Rhviiioik! Oaroutte, Lena llelle Gaines, Chester tinman. W. T. McGlolhllng. Mrs. Lola Pittman, Ada Smith. A. R. Wehel, C-. E. If not called for In two weeks these letters will sent to the Divis ion of Dead Letters, Washington, D. C. E. D. Barnes, P. M. Judge M. E. Rouse r made a profes sional trip to Amarlllo last week to look after matters before the court of appeals. We may as well keep It In mind when prlcea of clothing, meat, flour and farm Implements go down, the price of hogs, cattle, cotton and wheat will take a like tumble. Eugene Debs and Jim Ferguson have Ural their opening guns for president, and of course made the fur fly. lilllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Robert H. Curnutte and G. W. Garner, of Snyderhave obtained from The Cage Seed Co. of Austin, Texas, a limited amount of pure bred certified Lone Star Cotton seed for planting near Snyder next year. The demand for this grade of seed will be far ahead of the supply and any of our farmers who desire to ob tain the seed will have to book them at an early date, see Mr. Curnutte at the First National Bank or Mr. G W.J Garner for booking, the first time you are in town. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Tate and MIfs Odine Beaver were here one day 'list week from Fluvanna. Miss Vita Wesson of Snyder stop ped for a few days' visit with friends here. She was on her way to Color ado, where she will teach In the public school. Roscoe Times. SALESMEN WANTED to solicit or ders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Ad dress The Lennox Oil Taint Co.. Cleveland. O. 5P FOR SALE Extra choice bred 8ws to be In Sept. 1st. Some good sl I shoats. Just the kind for winter meat. Special prices. All nor cholera lmmun. A. J. Towle. Phone 395. - 15 r: Special Cut Prices H On Portraits H From Sept 1st to 15th. Kodak finishing, EE Gloss finishing. H Portraits Enlarged Clements Studio EE Snyder, Texas -'BfiTfefe First in Popular Favor. V. Ik vernier r vc lil rru n at.il v.oiix liny rdtln r pet to lie ti p tier stay there u:jI;-4 tliry havo ! :iinetbi:ir Ptip r'n r cu v.hu h to l M nml i.uu re tain their 1" ;ulorhip. Order a ;le or try a Ixrttle of "lieif's jxeiul today Hiul c'e -wLy it is ttill the cr tf ull .oi't drinhs. VUtrilund Iv 1). Sto VbiMge, Lubbock, Te. -V