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fForeiKn Ativorti.ifiK Aenrrfitativ TJIfc. ANIJK l: AN PKKS3 ASSOCIATION Subscription fl.SO per rear In Adr. The merchants of Snyder are Bell ing their goods at sacrificial prices. This Is reasonable and easy to be- leve when we conic? to think of it. Kor when thoy purchased these goods they bought on a market as of a year ago when prices had not even begun to decline. ' Nor was thero any Indication of a decline. The mail order houses are receiving very little patronage this fall be cause of the prevailing low prices at home. TJie Miami Chief says: "The ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ! San Antonio, Texas. " Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescripton has been very beneficial to my health. I was BufTVrinif with weakness which caused me to become all run-down and nervous. I was just miner able but by the use of the 'Fa vorite Prescrip tion' I wa.s completely restored to strength and good health. Know ing what 'Favorite Prescription has done for me, 1 do nt hesitat s to recommend it to other women who suffer." Mrs. J. R. Nayi-or, 216 Hische Street. Beasij-.y, Texas. " Durin? ex yeeLancy I have always taken Dr. tierce's Favorite lYecription us a tonic and Ktrenirthener, and in each c;ise it hm proved to be a wonder- ful comfort and help to me. 1 had practically no sulVerinsr and ii.y ha jtioH have len strong and her.! thy. 1 believe Dr. Pierce'd Favorite I 're- ' Hcription is the best medieine the younj? mother can t&ko, and I never hesitate to recommend it to my friends." Mr-s. Inv Cm von. All dnifriists vll the Prescrip tion in both fluid and tablet form. home merchants all over the country are Invading mall order houses' cus tomers and showing them that home prices and home quality are beating catalog prices a mile' and a halt this fall. It pays better now to do a little shopping than it ever did be fore. Investigate prices and qual ity and you will Bave money and a'ao trade at home." Then when the farmer trades at home he Is entitled to market at home for what ho produces Just ns good as he can get anywhere else. If he brings eggs to market give him all the market can afford; If he brings butter, give him all it Is worth: If he brings cot ton, buy his cotton nnd give him as much as he can get at any other town and you are sure to get his trade. The harmonious working of town and country is easy when we each think of personal responsl bility and eliminate at least n part of self. The trouble with the Snyder cot ton market for the past week or ten days has been that Snyder has been without any regular cotton buyer, consequently there has been consid erable cotton left our county for other markets. We are glad to note, however, that the merchants are buying cotton this week and that the prices paid are just as good as other markets.. This is us It should be and we hope there will be :io oc casion for any more cotton leaving our town to hunt a market. The Lockney Beacon Buys that the age of silk shirts is past and that we are entering the period of bro gans. We can truthfully say that we never fell to the silk shirt fad. The shirt that we wore during nil those times cost a meagre sum. or rather the goods that made It. Hut my, the fellow that did not wear a t-Uk shirt suffered, for he was ever lastlnelv ostracized, socially. Not ire to Farmer, r have a carload of red rust proof seed oats rleur of Johnson grass and weeds. I am sollius at -."e per bushel us Ions as they List. Phone No. 103. Forh. Tixai. A. P. Hiyainbotham 27c A. K. Duff, lie and second hand furniture. Phone 118. 2Cc STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. 1 began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard THEDFORD'S iyi motto recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh to morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE Sid by side lies our Mother and boy, Ending with them was two other's Joy; Now we gaie Into a starry sky And ask the Heavens why did they die? It is lonesome and r-Sced, To have those taken away you need; We can only be strong, good and brave. And trust and hope beyond the grave. Dedicated to the memory of our mother and sou. Roscoe, November 27, 1920. Oscar Lyke In Roscoe Times. Citation by Publication. The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Scurry County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon George Cantwell, und H:iby Pickens, by making publication of this citation once In each week lor four successive weeks previous to the return day hereof, in some news paper published In your county, If there be a newspaper published therein, but if not then in uny news paper published In the 32nd Judicial district; but if there be no newspa per published in said judicial dis trict, then in a t .-wspaper published in the nearest district to said 32nd. to appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Scurry County to be holden ut the Court house there, of In Snyder on the fourth Monday in Deeeiuber. 1920, the r.ame being the 27th day of December, 1920. then and there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 1st day of of December. 1920, In a suit num bered on the docket of said court No. 2171. wherein S.S. Huffman, Mrs. Uu lali Kicke. u feme sole.Lyda Huffman, Mrs. Ada Davis, Joined by her husband 11. I,. Davis. Mr. Ida JonH. Joined by her husband. Forest Jones, J. E. Huffman. K. V. Huffman. Mrs. Mllle Baker, joined by her husband. .1. A. ltaker, and Lottie Taylor, Joined by her husband. Taylor, are plaintiffs, and George Cantwell and Haby Pick ens as d-l'endiits, said petition alleg ing The State of Tea3. County of Scurry. In th District Court or Scurry County. Texas December Term. A. D. 192'). To the Honorable W. P. Leslie, Judge of said Court: Now come S S. Huffman. Mrs. Hulah Klckc. a feme snl. Mrs. Ada Davis, joined by her husband, II. I.. Davis. Mrs. M.i Jonen, joined by her husband. Forrest Jones, a'l of Scur ry County, Texas, and .1. K. Huff man f Dawson County. Texas, K. E. Huffman of Willharger county. Texas Mrs. Lilly Baker, joined by her hus band, J. A. Baker. Lydn Huffman and Lottie Taylor, joined by her husband. Taylor, each of Williamson county, Texas, all of whom are hereinafter styled plaintiffs complaining of Geortse Cantwell. and Haby Pickens, hereinafter styled defendants, and for cause of action plaintiffs would represent to th" Court the follow irm. to-wlt: 1st. Tli.it the above named par ties plaintiffs ami defendants are the heirs and only heirs of Joe Huff man and wife. Fannie Huffman, both deceased. That there was born to the marriage of said Joe Huffman nnd Fannie Huffman ten children one of whom died before either of them died and was never married and without children at the time of death. That they had born unto them the following children besides the one mentioned above, to-wlt. S. S. Huffman, J. E. Huffman. E. E. Huff- Our Christmas Goods are now on Display We now have our Christmas Goods on the counters and are ready to help you to solve the gift problems. We would suggest an early visit and selec tion before the things are all picked over. We have many Items that are useful and .certain we can be of assistance to you in in solving the GIFT PROBLEMS tinson Dru Ph one 33 DON'T THROW YOUR DOLLARS AWAY. just because they are worth about fifty cents if SPENT now. Depotit them in The First National Bank, Snyder Texas and in a few years they will be worth much more than their present purchasing value. e It is the SPENT dollar that is CHEAP- The SAVED dollaris still VALUABLE. Dollars are also SAVED when put in War Saving Stamps THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SNYDER, TEXAS man. Hulah Haft man. who married a mail bv the name of Kicke but who I is now dead. Lilly Huffman, who mar I rled J. A. Baker, Lyda Huffman. Ada Huffman who married ILL. Davis. Ida Huffman who married Forest Jones, and Minnie Huffman who married Tom Cantwell. but who Is now dead That Minnie Huffman Cantwell left surviving her two children, to-wit: i .ntiii. Cant well, u ho married a man ! by the name of Taylor, and George j Cantwell, who is now a minor but J whose place of residence Is unknown to plaintiffs. j Tliat said Minnl'i Huffman Cant i well alo had one daughter who mar ried a man by the name of nusier Pickens. That said Mrs. Pickens is now dead nnd left surviving her a child whose name Is unknown to plaintiffs and also whose place of residence ' la unknodn to plaintiffs, but said child Is a minor and so far as known to plaintiffs Is still living. 2nd. That at the time of the death of the said Joe Huffman and Fannie Huffman, they were possess ed of the following described real state, to-wlt: All of lots Nos. 7, 8 nnd 9 incuslve, in block No. 37 of the Wllmeth addition to the Town of Snyder, In Scurry County. Texas, and also an undivided 5-8 Interest In Lot No. 15 In Block No. 1ft of tho Town of Snyder. In Scurry County, Texas. That saldt property was community property of the said Joe Huffman and wife Fannie Huffman and there 'ore e.o i of the said I Udren of s-il ' a, lies -i . entldsl to sh if equally In he same. 3rd. That the said S. S. Huff man. J. E. Huffman. K. E. Huffman, Bulnh Kicke, Lilly Haker, Lyda Huff man, Ada Davis, Ida Jones are each entitled to a one-eighth Interest li. said property and Lottie Taylor Ceo. Cantwel and the Pickens baby are each entitled to a one-eighth In terest jointly, or a l-24th Interest each. 4th. That said property Is not sncseptible of being divided and there fore should be sold and the proceeds divided as the Jaw directs. Wherefore plaintiffs pray the court that the defendants be cited to ap pear and answer this petition and that said above described property be sold for the purposes of partition and tbnt the money be divided as the law directs and for special and gen eral relief. Herein fail nt. but have before said court on the salil first day of tho naxt term tlniteof, this writ, with your return thereon showing how you have executed the same. Witness Nellie Weeins, Clerk of tho District Court of Scurry County. NELLIE WE K.MS. Given under my hand and the seal of said court, In the county of Scurry, this the lt day of December. A. 1). 1!S". I Seal NELLIE WEEMS Clerk of District Court Scurry Co. Issued this 1st day of December. A. D. 1920. 2S NELLIE WE EMS. Clcik of District Court of Scurry Co. SUNSHINE OR STORM We are here to serve you. Get the habit THE J ) n CHOCOLATE SH01 Candies, Fruits, Cigars, Hot and Cold Drinks, Sandwiches,' Lunches, Short Orders At the Cotter ' the Block North Side Squrrc