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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, T EXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 1921.
CUIlllY A 1IKLL, l'ublWurs. ( 711'. AMI I'U VM'KI .SSASVIIIMIDS Subscriptljn $1.E0 per year In Adv. .Mr. Harding is taking hims.lt to the solitudes nf Florid i In old t that lie may get away fr m olfi-'e cU-t-rs, snd oounsollos so that no eat n ake a decision of h!j own. Ai't.t r all nts nbllity to dor Id j for himself Is latter thuti n mu'tit ..! f ad'Mrs (ill different, especially wii'M: prompt ed hy political amblti:n. The Dallas News In speaking of Mr. 1 lirdinj's (Perplexities pays In part: "No one has deplored' more elo quently than Mr. Hardlns the auto cratic habits of Mr. Wilson's min i, ond yet one oou',d fatvy thiit even ho now perceives merits !:i Mr. Wilson ? r.ethod that wore not previously ap parent to him. Un.ild'd. no would lenjr ago have made up his mind as to the romposltlon of his ('abtnof, because he would have coneor:i.1 !i!in self solely with 'he question of flt- pnn, whereas he complicated It wltti the question of expedience when he Invited the opinion of olhsn with respect to the suitability if men v. Nun hlB own judgment favored As It Is he ran not kIvo full freedom to his own judgment without seeming to displzo that of men whom he In vited to advise him. and we ma ho sure that every man whose advlee ho rejects will feel his pride hurt limro than ho would If Ills advice had not been Nought." DR. L. E. TRKJC; OFFICE OVER II. G. TOWLE PHONES, RE -5. 21 i, OFFICE 1'.'2 It Is said that one of the first mat tern of Imj'ortance to oonto before the present legislature will bi th" proposal of the Hoard r Itegonts of the Tnlverslty of Texas to remove the University from Its present site. Some think that It will require a constitutional amendment to relocate the srhool. Others believe that If suf firlent 'nnd ran he obtalend adja cent to the present Institution It would be better to leave the school uhee It Is now established. Edgar Rice Burroughs WITH THE CHURCHES DR. J. P. AVARY VETERINARY SURGEON Ofliee Stiiisoii Drue ('. Phone US Kes. Plxme 140 N. C. LKTCHER DENTIST OlHce in Williams lliiildin Snyder. Texas Income Tax In a Nutshell. Who? Slntre person's who had net i Income of 1.00ft or more for tho I year 1920: married couples who had net Income of $2,000. When? March 15. 1021. Is tho fin al dato for filing returns and making first payments. Whero? Collector of Internal Reve nue for district In which the person resides. How? Full directions on Form 1040A and Form 1040; also the law and regulations. What? Four per cent normal tax on taxable Income up to $4,000 In ex cess; of "exemption. Fright per cent normal tax on balance of taxable In come. Surtax from 1 per cent to 65 per cent on net Incomes over $5000. rs v. i V ! (lenuliio Fulcrum seed oats guaran teed free from Johnson eras? or oh er obnoxious seed at $1.')i per bu shel, also have I.one Star Cotton seed. Q. W. Garner. 3 life Tl.is Writer ha.i had h life cxperi "nce calculated to develop imagina tion nnd the ubility to delineate ad venture and romance. He has been a soldier in the regular army, a gold miner in Oregon, a cowboy and storekeeper in Idaho, a policeman in Salt Lake City, a tales manager in Chicago and in 1917 was major of infantry in the Illinois Reserve Mili tia. About 1912 he took up writing as an experiment and produced the first of the "Tarzan" stories. It was instantly successful as have been some six or eight novels which suc ceeded it. Today, he stands alone in this country as an author of thrill ing, purely imaginative fiction. "A Princess of Mars," one of his most fascinating creations, has been select ed for serial reproduction in this publication. Do not miss the opening installment. At tin- Cliilsilan ( tiiiiili. The serial sermons, "Ten Views of the Kingdom," are attracting record att'inlaiice and Interest. The firnt i two, Tho Origin and Teaching and "The ApuHiacy of the Church," have been presented. The one for next Sunday night Is "Tho history of the IJel'ormailon Movement," in which sermon-lecture the great work done by I.uther, Calvin, Muss, Knox and the Wesleys will be told anil tribute ptld to - their contributions to re demption of an apostate church. The morning sermon In "Tho Faco of Jesus." from the text "and wo shall see) Ills face. The evangelist will sing a special solo at each ser vice. Come to the Sunday school at I : 4 r ; u r'oss for everybody. We are now In our house, corner Cornelius and Kauuht. just north of the West Ward school on the hill. CLYDE" I.EE FIFE. "The Unite Master." This theatre will show for jour en tertainment Saturday matinee and night, "The Unite Master." an un usual and vitally Interesting sea story In which that popular and virile act or, Hobart KoHworth. Is Marred. "The Unite Master" was written by Charmloii K. London, widow of the lute Jack London, esp'lal'.y for Mr. Uosworth. And when you see the picture, you will agree that it fits him as all screen slorieij should fit the stars who play in them but alas, so seldom do! Ileautlful scenic effects are afl'ord ( d by this absorbing photodrama, tho entire action of which Is laid on a battered old schooner and a pictur esque little Island In the South Seas. A largo cast headed by Anna Q. Nllsson. William Coiikliii and Mar garet Hobart Ilosworth In what Is con sldered by rrltlrs, the very finest pic ture of his career. We feel confident that you will en joy "The Unite Master." Yours very truly. COZY THEATRE. MAKE $3,000 A YEAR Xin.' nuMi ami women wanted 1 --totals, au.uror.i'vor l.y in;iil spec ialivl training f"- wi.rk at (KM) In S::.HI0 ;v I' i's ,.,s. i-xp-Tl a.-f.Miifnt-4 ! I'l"1' t,,rs. or al $!, -V" " -l,li1 ;lS bn.:dvp.'i-s l'no;-'iai!i'1i. privat.' scen t n irs. I'o.Miion lnrninl'.cil or tuition ivl"unlecl alt'-r trainino;, as i-xpl liw-il in our FKKK 7-J pai.v li.mic. "(luale to HiiNini'ss Success." Special ravs now. Write ABILENE DRAU GHON COLLEGE, Cox 38 fl. Abilene Texas Methodist bi.rcli. Sunday j": ol last .SutUsy thJ largest ib:s v-'.. bu. . c m'sitt : evet al. Hope you can come nnd bring ; some una rise next Sunday. Honestly how can anyone afford to miss these I m-enf stmlles In the llilile? 1'reaehlng at 11 and 6:15. Morning theme, "Tho greatest I'.ook In the world. ICvening them: The dead burying the dead. Epworth League at 5:30. Tho pro gram promises to be fine. The league Is making good progress. Upon both young and old. Wo exten to ydou a hearty invitation to worship with us. J. II. Hicks. Pastor. ll!'!:illllllll!l!llllllfl!IIM I Chickens, Eggs and i Cream i 1 The Farmers' Friends! 1 3 " We are in the market at g S all times for these prod- ucts, and pay the high- est prices. 1 WHITE PRODUCE COMPANY I 'Phono 71 1 I Snyder Texas y l::aMirainiiiii:ii;iiii:iiiiiiii:ii:iiK A "New" l'llnter. (Hi the morning of January 6th at 2::;o, the Leail.r force was increased by the arrival of a 7'i pound girl to Mr. and Mrs. KJItors. Tho Young lady has been very little assistance as yet in fact we have almost de spaired of ever making a plntcr of her as she set ins to have such a good 11 a A I l'rcsh. Irri.in Church, Services at the usual hours. in. Sunday school. We are pleased to noie tho Increase in attendance and interest, but there is stl'I much room. 11 a. in. preaching subject "T!ie Origin and Sign il'ieanse of the Lord's Supper." A communion service. An Mre Insurance. Iurlng the Holidays Is dangerous for fires. He sure you are protected. Let us write your fire Insurance, noren & Erw ln. North West Corner Court House. COOf) TEAM of work horcea for sale or trade. See K. A. Hamer, second hand man. 31c ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine CHICHESTEflS PILLS (T(?rv BRAND DIAMOND A.V 7".p lmrll lor CV;:.CH!" T!R S A i AMo:.l) 1...ANI) 111.1.S in Ki i an nirla'.iic Inn, t.-nlf. mill llliirCtJ) 1 ..!.'"'tv Tin .) i rm j. ihir f twW !)rnr-Si mid U f..r l!l . tl I . I I 1. V silronir voice :die will doubtless make a great singer and he too high toned ! "I'Prt 11 iilly will be give,, f, r church to "stick typo." The mother and baby are both do ing well and we hope to bo ablo to give more attention 10 business nexi wee!; and grt tbo paer out on time, j Last week we did not print n paper I and owing to a rush of work and sick- j iinss are a day and a half late this week. Loral ne Loader. J T! it's all right Will, don't bother , about getting out the paper but bo sure to take good care of the new j printer. Mr. : ml Mrs. White were both at one time on tho Signal force and were married while here. Tho Signal offers congratu'atlons. I membership. 6:30 p. m. theme, ' Great Faith." Come and worship with us. C. C. Wright. Pastor. Ill A .11 OS II III: I II I'l I.I.N, ,ir l ntv.fin) '! iP'.-anlr.l : lie-1, Si.lrt a'wkvi K' li.-.! . 30LD CY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE VKlti) W 'I! I A Take Aspirin only as told In each package of genuine Haver Tablet of Aspirin. Then you will bo following tho directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you tee the H.iyer cross on tablets, you can take them without fear for colds, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism, c aradiit toothache, lumbago and for pain. Handy tin boxes of twelT tablets cost few cmts. MrugRlsti also sell larger packages. is the trade mark of ltayer Manuf;f lure of Monoacel icacides'.er of Sj ii ylicacid. Itroni Seinliiole Sentinel. M. L. Williams of Scurry i-ounty is here visiting the home of Mr. and .Mrs. W. M. Kichards. II. S. Hart and liutiis .Iitc!ie were isitors to Snyder 'Monday returning hoiiie Wednesday. "iiT'OU cortainiy want to I v.wulJ hko to I.;. belter La'.r.s. Then use Calumet. It's the bisect tu.r.: joj can do to im juve the quality of your bakings and I'.wcr baking costs. Calumet is made in thn larg est, most sanitaiy Haking Powder I'actorics in the Woild. No Bak ing I'owdor is made under hotter nnditior:3 none can bo better in quality. It contains only such ingre- 'ient3 aa have been officially en dorsed by the U. S. I'ure Food Authorities. An absolute guaran tee thnt it 1 3 pure. i ii wiiiiiWl Notice Is hereby given that thero I will bo held a meeting of tho stock- holders of the First State nank, 1 Fluvanna, Texas, In their Banking House, at ono p. ni., January 27, . 1021. for tho purpose of electing of- fleers ami directors of said bank for year 1021. lc C. M. HORTTN, Cashier. All Members of Snyder Chapter No 4.1o (). K. S. are cordially Invited to attend the social meeting to ho hold in the home of Mrs. Rob Strayhorn Thursday, Jan 20th. at 2:30. Mrs. Hob Strayhorn, Mrs. Dora Cunningham, Mrs. W. M. Morrow, Mrs. Joe Strayhorn, Hostesses. AKINC POWDER TJQT BY TOT It received highest Awards, World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi cago Paris Exposition, Paris, France positive proof of its super ior merit. It is used by more house wives, dome -tic scientists and chefs than ar.y other brat'd. That would not be the car, if it were possible tu secure a higher quality leavener. It is sold at a moderate price. All you have to do is to compare costs to determine hrivt much you can save by buying Calumet. Pound can rf Cabinet contains full 1(5 ot. Some bi.Rire; pMers come in 12 .. insteidcf l(j ot. ci'nsBe stire von " a p--:ed v ticn v.mi VHnt ft. 1 '1 Calanl On Ckm Racipa 3 cups pastry flour, 3 level tea ipoona Calumet Baking fowfler. S cup buttrr. cup ?ranuUord augxr. oik. ot 3 essa. H nip cold water. Whitea of 3 egg. I teanpooD oraoga extract. Then mux is the regular way. Epwnrlli Ioague Klects Officers. Last Sunday evening was devoted to tho election of officers In the Epworth LapiiG. Interest In the work is) Increasing and we hopo to have some real work from each depart ment now. Lot every officer soo that nothing Is left undono in his department to make tho work move forward. Wo Invite tho young people of tho ' town to como and work with us. Tho following were elected only j to lead their work ns It Is the duty , of each Leaguer to help do his own ! part. President, Miss LI tin May; Vice President. Theodore Yoder; Secre tary, Miss Hertha Curry, Treasurer, Miss Cecllo Strayhorn. Supt. 1st De-j partment, Miss Hattle Ditto; Supt. j 2nd Dept., Miss Jewell Watts; Supt. j 3rd. Dept. Miss Mattle Lee Pa'mer, ; Supt. 4th. Dept. Miss Annie Lee .Myers. Fjpworth Era Agent, Miss Clara iMae Couch; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Lara Beth Waskom. $100 Reward, $100 Cainrrh Is a lne.il tlis. umi :it!v l:i.' :- nofcii by te'iM ituliuiial fMiiiiuiiis. I' tieieic ieii,itc:j cunruliuiKii:vl trTu Hunt, i j a i i.s cAT.u.uu .!i;Dici:.i: Is taken ' ' ei n illy ;u.U nns t--i 'jtn-'b t!.o BlouJ on ico Mucous hmfu 'i a f Hie -tcm. IIAI-I.ri CAT Uii.ll MKl'K'IM. doMrojs Hid I'liindni (if tlio tl i ' -f - . gives the i.itlf!n btretietli y lmirovin; tho general liealiii nn.l ssKlbts tuaui la d';lni; Its vv.ir. V ' f'T any mm ef Cc.tiirrh t!mt HAtJ.'S CATAT.rdi MPIPICINR fiillo to cure. J-'riitttrls's 7:'ic. Tiv.tliemln's free. X J. Cheney St Co., Toledo, Ohio. 7 'at THE UNIVERSAL CAR The ForJ One Tun Truck is serving !iustrcr.3 just as faithfully and economically as does the Ford Touring Car serve all the people faithfully and economically. The Ford Truck is a neces sity to the grocer both in delivering goods and in bringing goods from the stations, docks and from the country. It is an ideal motor car because there isn't a want of the farmer or business man that it doesn't supply in the way of quick transportation at a minimum expense. Come in, examine the Truck, and let us talk over, the subject. .mi: STKAYHOHN, lealer Snyder, Teas ill flk -' l-T. i8' 1 JFTi iii i iti i 1 mm 3" 1 irTL ire .ijnimii !imi).is,uiiiiuiuLwiJ.rn!gn Saving: Develops and Strength of Manhood Character Visits of the Stork. Dave Wlshert and wife, Ira, Jan. Gth. a boy. Frank Darby and wife, Snyder, Jan. 7th, a boy. Austin N. Addison and wife, Knapp. Jan. 1st, a boy. Glon Augusta Stark and wife, Sny der. Jan. 1st, a boy. t W. H. Heysor and wife. Snyder, 1 Jan. 1st, a girl. ! J. S. Head of Snyder, Arah Star Route, was In town Tuesday and j paid an appreciated call at the Sig nal' office. Money saved and banked is an evidence of your stability, thrift and foresight. Without money you Qannot accomplish much. It is a handicap that invites mental and physical depression. The First National Bank solicits your account and will help you in your determination to forge ahead to overcome your proneness to wastefulness. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SNYDER, TEXAS i