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THE SNYDER SIGNAL. SNTDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1911.
Sec him for Terms and Prices Singer Sewing Machines ttS V R. ML Stokes, Snyder m:v twit lU Mou FALSE, SAYS FORI). Will Make No (1iuiik'm InModels This Winter. "We do not contemplate making any changes In our present car mod els," Dialed V. A. Ryan, general miles manager of the Ford Motor Co., De troit, in denial of the many rumors circulating throughout the country to the effect that Ford Intended to change, the design of the present car. The statement was addressed to the Ford brunches in the fulled States, and rendu as follows: "Sev eral branches huve reported persis tent rumors In their territory to the effect that a change In body design Is contemplated the first of the year, even going so far us to say some of our assembly plants ure already re- i i Keeping Service Up To A Standard We didn't have much to say about our pres cription department during the shopping season, but it kept right on going the kind of service for which it has long been recognized, exercising the sane caution and scrutiny rin compounding and the same expert election of ingredients. Stinson Drug Company North Sid celvlng shipments of new body ma terial. "W'e have never considered it good business judgment to make any guar antees covering a delinlte period on matters of this nature, but you may advise your dealers that these ul leged rumors ure fa'se, us wo do not contemplate any changes In our pres ent car models." It was ulso pointed out that many minor changes bad been made In the car during the past year, such us in stalling : Ightly different gasoline tank, a:.: hanging the size or the steering v. e d from twelve to four teen Inch, and that these changes will continue to go through from time to time us they are recommend ed by Ford's engineers. J TO RENT One nicely furnished front room. See Mrs. A. E. Carlton. Phone 135. 2Ptf. Are You a Gambler? A farmer who fails to diversify his crops is gambling with nature. If he wins, a'J rlpht: if; he loses the year's work is gone, and it will take at least two successful years to make up his loss. Ily that time he will probably lose again. Authorities everywhere agree that the most siii.'ce-sfiil fanner is the one who "plays the game safe" by divers ifying his crops sufficiency to insure at least a partial success. The Snyder National Bank i We Appreciate Your business and you do not discount your samples or turnout when you gin with us. We are operating only one plant now, at the old E. F. Sears location. We buy re mnants and pay the price. BRICE AND LEATH Snyder, Texas Camp Springs. Had fine services Sunday and Sun day night at Camp Sprint's. T.iat community Is looking forward to a rush soon, as Dr. Karnes s.iated yes terday that the olli In the well of which he is superintendent will l.e a reality and not Just n iio!o in the ground. Mr. Bailey, the merchant at Camp Springs. Is us busy as un ant In sum mertime. The cotton gin is still doing busi ness like it was the fall of the year. Lots of cotton in the patch, and farm ers are still picking. The school is now progressing nicely, with a full set of teachers. Some of the farmers are preparing the land for another crop. Mr. C. 1). Davison has been suffer ing with Influenza for two weeks. The superintendent of the public school an Dr. Karnes organized a literary society Saturday night, which will meet every other Friday night. The subject for discussion is "Resolved, that foreign Immigra tion shouldf be prohibited by law." Everybody is Invited to come and take a part. The community has some live wires on nl! lines of pro gress. Mr. J. O. (lUinn, on whose land the oil wel'. is being drilled, Is a very busy man. He Is having nearly two bales of cotton picked every day. So you see bis land has other qualities besides oil. If you don't think those people are big h'earted. come down and get acquainted. Am going to Terrell today, but am not a patient for the asylum. Will write ail article from Kaufman coun ty next week so that Signal renders may know some of tbe things that are doing there. .1. V. C.UIFF1X. P. ('. Snvder Circuit. WANTED Clean coCon rags pound. Siena office. lie p r Mr. J. O. Dodson was down at Dal las last week on business. Mr. Dod son said that the bankers and busi ness men with whom he talkul said that our county was in better shape than the counties in the east, and ex pressed the opinion that our lands would not depreciate, In value as would the lands there. Mr. Dod son thinks that the real estate bus iness will take on a decided Improve ment In our county. FARM TO RENT For third and fourth; good iand, 200 acres In cul tivation, two good houses, one new 6-rootn house, one 4 -room house, barns, plenty good water, pasture, good grass; will rent ull to one man or will rent 100 acres with each house. Close to good school, 9 miles east of Snyder. See S. V, Boothe. phone No. U043F21 rings. 32tfc Kodak Finlsbing. Send us your mall orders. Developing 6 ex rolls 10 Film Packs, all sizes 25 Prints 05 Frlnts, No. 3a or postcard size . .06 Glossy or dull finish. REX STUDIO, E. II. Higglnbotham. Prop., 32tfc 249 Pino St., Abilene. Texas. J. S. Oglesby. county auditor, Is here checking up the county officials. Mr. Oglesby has about forty-six c)ountbs In the state during the year to audit and keeps him going pretty fast. We sre g'nd to note the familiar face of 'Mr. D. W. Meador on the street? again after an absence of some weeks because of an automo bile accident. Mr. Meador is getting along very well and we bope that he will entirely recover. n -- y Coming His Way! Merchants and manufacturers endorse pure-bred cat tle because they make business better. They buy electric-lighting plants; farm power; machinery; pianos; household conveniences power washers, sweepers, churns; better buildings; better homes. They buy im proved roads and more efficient schools. Farmers raise pure-breds for the same reason. They like to bo prosperous and pure-breds will make them so. Better cattle widen the margin between the producing cost and the selling price of beef; they make their own market as breeding stock. Don't let a pure-bred bull go to waste in this community. Remem ber that the poorest pure-bred is better than the best scrub. He is easier to feed, he makes better beef, and he will pass his money bringing qualities on to his get. Only the pure-bred can make the cattle industry stable and certain of steady return, year after year. The Country Gentleman, whose cooperation enables us to pre sent these advertisements, has long been an ardent supporter of the pure breds, because they pay the farmer who raises them. This dominant weekly of farm service studies for you every aspect and every problem of your busiiv ss and the conclusions at which it.c trained investigators arrive can be accepted as thoroughly reliable. These investigators say: "Buy Pure-Breds." In the next 52 big issues (which will come to you for just $1.00) the editors will tell you why. Texas Heretord Breeders' Association .IOIIX I. EE, Secretary sax a;i:i., ti:vs THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, Philadelphia, Pa. I'm glad to sre you pushing our organization with Rood advertising. And lu re's my dollar for u subscription for one year, fif;y-two issues. The two go will together. (My Name). (My Addnss). (Town) HCItMI.I K.II SEXIOIt 11. Y. I. l I'K'HiK AM. January 23, 1921. Subject: "What ChaiiKU lid Cod Work In Me When 1 was Converted?" (John 3 : 1-1 G. Leader, Miss Velma Foster. Scripture Lesson. John 3:1-16 'Mrs. L'ovie Mayberry. Special sons T. A. McChrlsty. What Is Meant by Conversion? Mrs. Chas. Adams. God Changes Our Minds About Sin. Warren Fargason. God Changes Our Feelings About Sin. Hob Adams. A Change in Attitude. Miss Bes sie Rhea. A Change In Our Standing Before God. Miss Flossie Clift. Everybody cordially Invited to at tend and take a part with us. FOU SALE Jersey Cow, second calf, Bevfn wefks old. extra good butter cow. 1110.00. C. B. Alexan der, Dermott, Texas, 29tf. Gay McGlaun states that he will be located in the Wesley Hendrlx place after the first of February. Mr. Hendryx will move to the old Cash Garage stand. He has bought this property. lb M A Big Drop' u in. clELtO J Miss Inez Baze leaves today for Sweetwater where she will enter school. HusBell Ballard and wire of De troit. Mich., are here on a visit to the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Uavenport. Representative Rosser of Scurry county Is there with the goods. Ho has Introduced a bill providing for the erection of a modern apartment and rooming house on the old capl tol grounds to cost 500.000 for the use of the members of the house and senate. There are lawmakers who refuse to register at wagon-yard ho tels. Tot Worth Record. The Genesee Pure Food Company, Le Koy, jn . i , m Us The Snyder Transfer and Storage Co. J. A. WOODFIN, PROP. Bus, Baggage and Trans for, Pac k, Haul nnd Store KTerything. Phone 164 Judge Jim Stinson of Abilene was here the first of the week on legal business. W. P. Sims, merchant or Fluvanna, was here Monday transacting bus Iness. , '