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II. Ci. Towle, Jeweler and Optician. IF ,TOgq no MX J U It l v vx ia - sm riTOKIMOTMWIMMIHIMIIIW I I Prices Are On All Ready To Wear Our stock of Ladies' wearing apparel is about 25 per cent lower than past season prices. Those that have visited our Ready-to-wear Department are greatly surprised to find that our garments are priced so much less than they expected and the style and quality are so pleasing that we have had to keep re-orders coming every day to meet the de mand for these High Class Coats, Suits and Dresses Wc are meeting the demand for lower prises on stylish and serviceable Ready-to-wear. You will lake no risk in making your purchases from us as we are constantly keeping posted as to styles and prices and we show the new things first. Made Better, Looks Better, Wears Better and most of all cost less. Always a pleasure to show you. S 2 K cr E Mattti You cun get pure Scurry County made sorghum from Ware & War. i r ir i i l and MEXICAN NATIONAL EXHIBIT 2 'TEXAS' GREATEST SHOW" Dallas AMUSEMENT . Emtl de Recat's elaborate scenic musical Revue, with daily Batlnf and night r- " The Siege ef the Dardaaellei." i root siertacle. replica of the great werU war. Kach night is front of the grant stand. The:: EstaaWaver hand or HI, plecee, aa official recognition nyPe Mexican gov armrest. . , . Auto racea, football games, land cee certs, outdoor hlaaodrome. EDUCATION . . A frrtuue In arizes for Livestock aad Agriculture. u . Boys' aad Girl' educational iccaaop- ......... Mexican aad furadlaa government ex- blbiti. The wealth of Texas In miniature; flu Tear Visit NOW WH. Yr Faily mid NeifkUfr Reduced Rates have been granted on RaiIoads.-Re-membcr the dates, Oct. 9 to Oct. 24, inclusive. Sri? ews The Quality Shop lowiii MaWiWMIffllKIIMIW' THE 6NDER SIGNAL, 8NYEER, Fluvanna. IU'V. Wiggins has purchased the Hardin Lumber Co., yard and hold ings, which he will improve for a home. .Mr. and Mrs. M. I.. Long returned lust week from Ft. Worth where they were called to th bedside of MrH. Long's mother. Her condition is HI iM Kel'loilH. Ed S. Hughe and II. O. Woolen of Abilene spent a few hours here Tuesday of last week looking over their IntereHlH here. I!ev. J. II. Tute und Mr. J. A. J. Jones ulteiulede preaching ut Kan cer last, weppk. Mr. J. It. Wills Khlpped a car of hogs to Kt. Worth Saturday. I:. ('. Hutchinson shipped a car of cattle to Ft. Worth laHt week. L.F. Brown shipped his cattle from Mexico where he hud them on pasture for the punt two yeara. Mr. J. A. Weems und daughter, Mis llenlah. left Saturday for Gold- thwalte where they will vlalt their old home.. Mr. J. S. Selman of Comanche county, father of Mra. Kobert Jones, In visiting his daughter and family here. He was once a citizen of our town. Mrs. M. E. Spears of Burkburnett U visiting her sister. Mra. J. A. Weems. n. F. Collicy haa aold hla home place three miles west of town to Mr. Day. B. F. Chancellor of Gail spent a few hour in our town lest week. He report condition good In hla country. Mrs. L. A. Moore returned last week from a few days visit with her children at DeLeon. The new gin will be in readiness by the latter part of this week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan of Big Spring are visiting their son, John, and family. The boll worm damage Jo cotton here has been very serious. Unless front stays off unusually late and the weather remains fair, the average Is going to be very low. No one can estimate the damage that has been done to the grown bolls. However, the sentiment is that the farmers haa rather the worms would get It than he specu'ators. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor's two-year-old child is reported very sick w Ith pneumonia. Cotton Is coming In more, rapidly than wa expected, due to the Ideal weather we have been having the past two weeks. ' The Fuller gin gin.ied eleven hales Saturday. The press was broken on the last tiale. Manager Sauls stated they would again be ready by Monday, which they were. Diamonds. watches and Jee:ry. 11. (I. Towe. Jeweler. 16 . C. 1. ETCH Kit IVntJM Office In Williams' .Itullding Snyder Texas. I Down ! a i T EX A 8, FRIDAV, OCTOFEn 1. 1J2. First (In 1st Ian Church. We have Sunday school at Us Next Sunday is the first of thefluar ter when wo take a new enrlment. Let every one be on the job, and be there to be enrol -d Our Sunday school Is growing and getting busy. Let each one bring a new member. On Wednesday night we have choir practice ami prayer service. We ure learning some of (lie songs In our new. book before Hro. Fife comes. Just think, only a month until Hro. File will be here to start his year's work. Itemeiuber the dute, Nov. 2, and let all the members und friends wlt'o do not go to other services be on hand to give him a hearty welcome. Members, come to these services. Also a heurty wel come to visitors, transient and friends. X X At the lYctdiytci-iaii fliurcli. Every member of Sunday school present and on time, 10 a. m., with eery new member who can be brought. Preaching aervhe 11a. in. At 7 p. m. Itev. Tate will, be with u and deliver an illustrated lecture on "Porto Rica: Land, Life and Mis sions." Don't miss this lecture. At 3 p. m. I'll preach at Ira. C. G. WRIGHT. Pastor. The tax books are now open for the collection of 1920 taie. 16 Fountain pens $1.00 up. Towle, Jeweler. H. G. 16 Ilr. and Mrs. J. M. Bannister are leaving for Lubbock where Mrs. Ban nister w 111 be under sanitarium treat ment. WANTED White or colored wo man to do general housework. Ap ply to -Mrs. Elmer Long. 16tf The Snyder Rebekah lodge had de gree work Monday night and voted favorably on 21 applications for membership. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry. H. G. Towle. Jeweler. 16 D. F. Ware was here Tuesday from Fluvanna. IX)ST Two mules, one red and one brown, weigh about 800 lbs. The red one has knot on right hind 'eg and scar on shoulder. W. T. Gib bons Dermott. Texas, on Whatley Ranch. 16d A. W. Browning and family have moved to Snyder for school advan tages. Fountain pens $1.00 up. Towle. Jeweler. H. G. 16 WANTED Clean, bright, selfsealing syrup buckets with lids, liic -ach, at Ware & Ware's grocery. 1P Silverware. Dint Optician. (J. Towle. Jeweler 16 l.O.ST Between Snyder and Der mott a 33x4 Goodyear tire on rim. Finder wl'.l please leave at the Sny der Garage. Jno. Staveley. Jr. Hp Snvder Lodge No. 4.",. I. O. O. F.. will work tonight in the second de gree. This lodge has taken in about 40 new members this year and has about a dozen now In process of making. Rev. J. W. Morton has returned from Kills county and is ready for his regular home miionary work. Silverware. II. G. Towle, Jeweler and Optician. 16 Mrs. J. F. Merrill has returned from visiting at Cleburne and Fort Worth. Gravel huu'lng tor the public square is Just about completed and the surface Is being leveled and rolled, and in a short time Snyder will hav. a public square that will attract general admiration. ' The highway builders ate making progress in graveling the south end of Highway 7 out of Snyder. The gravel i piled up from the pnbMc square on out of Snyder for several miles. nrunswlck records Jeweler. H. G. Towle 16 For Sale. Holliday maize knives, guaranteed, more feed, more speed. If they are not w.orth the money you can get your money hack. J. W. Templeton Grocery Store. 1?P Iwmd Titles. We promptly deliver your abstract and land, title work. W. charge reasonably and do It correctly. Ilo ren & Erwln. N. W. corner court house. 16 Indigestion. lHlioune. Consti pation. Chamberlain's Tablets have re stored to health and happiness hun dreds who weTe afflicted with indi eestion. biliousness and constipation If you are troubled in this way glv them a trial. You are certain to ho pleased for they will benefit you. Fort Kelly has come back to Sny- j der to reside at home. His father. S. F. Kelly. I doing well In th gro cery business at Breckenrldge. Chicken Fry. Thursday, September 23, the Adel- phia Class of the First Christian church Sunday school nJoyed their supper at Wo'fe I'urk We never fall to get a good at tendance when we sny "chicken fry." ; It certainly does make us hungry to j stand around and smell the chicke n frying while others are setting Die , table anil getting everything ready. When the supper call comes all ure ready to do their part. As a friend said. "That class sure has been death on chickens this summer.". How ever. It seems we never tire of these treats, for every one Is voted as "best." It Is Bad to think It will soon be too cohl for chicken suppers. Aim) IIK'tS. Let us prepare your abstracts of titles to your reul estate. We do It inlckly und 'corrf "tly. Jloren & Er wln, N. W. corner court house. 16 I n -.n ranee. Let ii h insure your property. We insure cotton and all kinds of grain located anywhere. Boren Erwln, N. W. corner court house. 10 For Sale. 350 acres sandy land, 200 acres la cultivation, good house, plenty wa ter; a choice farm borne close to Sny der. $75.00 per acre and half min eral rights. 143 acres well Improved, one mile Snyder school,, nearly all fine land. $100.00 per acre and half mineral rights. Rox 853, Snyder, Texas. 16p Silver pencils $1.00 up. Tow'e. Jeweler. IL O. 16 For Sale. Ten work mules, apes four to seven years; also 373 1-2 acre farm, two sets of Improvements, plenty good water,. 200 acres in cultivation, bal ance pasture, good grass. Will sell all or part. If Interested see S. V. Boothe, 9 miles east of Snyder, Tex. Phone 9043F, ring 2 1-2. Also have some hogs for sale and want family to pick cotton. House fur nished. 13tf My Place For Sale. Three nts. four-room boxed house, deep well and windmill, all fenced, small orchard. Price $850. half cash, balance terms, or $650 cash. About 8 1-2 blocks east of court house. Call and see pluce and write owner. Mrs. Ida Beauchamp. Whltes boro. Texas. 17p Brunswick records. Jew eler. H. G. Towle. 16 Forty-Two Party. Mrs. Olin Hardy was hostess to a delightful forty-two party Tuesday afternoon at her home, 1301 Van Bnren Street. Narturtiums were the principal floraV decorations and four tables were arranged for the after noon games. Toward the close of the afternoon hours the tables were cleared and covers placed for a salad course. Those present included Mines. T. P. Hackler, J. M. Hyden. S. E Fish. S. L. Kdwards. S. G. Burdine, L. A. Keek. J. ('. Steward. Leon llowen. M W. Woodliff. MeClintock. L. G. Caldwell. Vandiver. Ross Rogers. Simmons and Strundhtirg. Amartf'.o Tribune. Prof, and Mrs. A. S. Graham w. ul to Lubbock Thursday where Mrs. Graham will submit to an operation. free Delivery. 1 have succeeded In securing a man to run my delivery car and am now prepar d to deliver your groceries anywhere in the city. Will make nil deliveries promptly and wl'l ap preciate your business. .1. W. Tem pleton. I"1' Following the strike of tiuO coal miners at Thurher, a report comes that 4 more have walked, out of Strawn and Bridgeport. It is said this leaves about 2 jO miners in those fields. They demand further regu lation a b o ii t tonnage. T h e mine owners claim that the men are in iolation of the agreement entered Into last Marc!:. The strike spirit Is more general than ever before, due possibly to foreign propaganda and the public and the families of the laborers "do the supering. Mrs. Melvin N w ton and Howell Harpole of Cisco are in the city visit ing home folks. Silverware, ntu) Optician. 11. G. Towle, Jeweler 16 Constipation. The beginning of almost every se rious disorder Is constipation. If you want to enjoy good health keej your bowe'a regular. This is best accomplished by proper diet and ex ercise, but sometimes a medicine if needed and when that is the, case you will find Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. They are mild and gentle In their action, easy and pleas ant to take. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. ir V&. 1 U mIiim NUW Iron thrntohtnir. i PREY OnIgNORANT KOREANS' MuUngt, Claiming to Have Supernat ural Powers, Make Good Living From Those They Victimize. The Korean iiiiitung, or inudung, If a sorceress who Is considered the low est of the low In i he aocial system. Though generally married, she Is al ways an iibaiidoni d character pretend ing to be a sort of spiritual medium, able by her friendship with the spirits to Influence them as she may wish. The ceremony performed by a inutang, without which her sere Ices are of no avail. Is called a "kut," there' being ten different forms of services that can be performed by menus of a kut. The service most In demand Is that of driving away Ue hungry" spirits of disease. These spirits come around the door when people are eating, and If they are not thrown a morsel of food they w ill hold a grievance against the diners. When a man, y some such mischance, contracts a disease, he sends for a mtitanir, describes bli symptoms and asks what spirit It is that is cMuslii it. The inalaiig usu ally names some spirit, saya Ibaf" he mint see the patient, end names a day on which to hold the kul During the cerenmuy the inutang dances about near the patient un til she has worked herself up to a perfect freiiji.T, her auditors believ ing that the spirit has takes posses sion of her body. She screams out the name t( the spirit that has come, tells what must be done to cure the patient, until at last the spirit prom ises to take away the disease. The food provided for the spirit la then eaten with great gusto by the mutaug and the friends of the tick man. The mulsng has a let ef Influence. Some years ago when a drought was making life uncomfortable In Seoul the citizens went to a asutang and clamored for relief. She explained that the street car llnea were pinch ing the tall of the dragoa that guard ed the town, and that the dragoa was angry. He couldn't sleep and ha wouldn't send the needed rain. Th cars were destroyed that very night Valuable Coconut By-Preuct A number of oll-eatracttug plants have beeu established la the United States and Europe t heittMe copra, because it hss been discovered that the pulp le after the coconut oil has been extracted Is a very valuable stock food and can als b sed as a fertilizer, und this fcy-preduct com mands a good price. As a stock food it compares favor ably with gluten feed, thih it con tains less carbohydrates and more fat, ash and fibre. The oil Is used for many purposes, Including cooking or for salads, the milking of fine soap, etc. There are t the present ttiue in the Philippines approximately 40,000,000 bearing coconut trees, producing nearly 1,ihki,imk).ihh) nuts per annum, of which !SKi,ooO.(NK are made Into copra. A coconut palm will yield from LT to : nuis each year, and they are nikeu from the tree, when fully nun ure, about once every three or four months. The nuts are collect ed In pile near the drying or unok Im2 sheds and the oilier shell or fibre Is torn away from the hard shell oT the mir by means of a tool similar to l lie plow sluire. The nut Is then split open with a large knife or bolo, and the halves, with the meat exposed, are placed over fires on rin ks constructed of wood, nnd are ullowed to remain there until the mint drop from the shell. Where sun drying is practiced, the halved nuts sire ullowtd to remain subjected to the sun's rnys for a pe riod of about six days, or until the meat loo-ens from the shell. French Villages Americanized. Vltrimont. "mlopitil'' village of a group of California cities is ot.e of the tlrst of the hundreds ef French devas tated tow lis to be entirely restored, according to a report ef ti:e Aiccrbnri Red Cross. The nm-cnt limbic liurli of the town bus been replaced by a modern stone sine lure which, while In conforiniiy with I lie best U'lidilim of French lasie. iievci'ilieless present! Ill its broad eaves a suggestion of I.i i Angeles. Likewise, the I ' ens! rueted "Maiiie" or town ball contain fea tures which lire reminiscent ef some of the most classic ..mbnes of San PIcko structures, oiher biild'uigs III the town wen- said lc t;e representa tive of the archill : ure of San Fran cisco and Miiioiis other I'ulifernia cltie. Good Teachers a Requisite. The boy w ho would become a chem ical expert has much i '.earn, observes a writer in Boy' life. Thorough technical eiiucatioii I u necessity such an education as it would lie prac tically impossible lo obtain outside of a good technical school. The field of chemltry I so wide mid complex that no mutter how rnm-h ability and In dustry a student may have be cannot get very fur wlihotii the help f good Instructors mid n proper equipment for experiment. An Intelligent young fellow working In an industrial plant may acquire by his own efforts a lim ited knowledge of the particular field of his work. He will be competent to carry on the work so Umg as ne new problems arise; then, however, limited by his narrow knowledge , of the science, he will be quite helpless. Exercise; Don't Overeat. Cattle are fattened Tk slaughter by being overfed and net allowed to ex ercise. Many men avid women prepare themselves for slaughter by voluntarily adopting the "stall-fed life," sajs the United States public heal lb service. Don't overeat and ' lake plenty of toaltnfuV outdoor eierejae. , 4