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TIIF3 SNYDIttt SIGNAL 8NYDHR, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 11, 1921.
jL'TrrraauwL.1 i. i- jltttt Don't Sell Your Chickens and Eggs our merits to please. R.nu-mh.r e buv n.. , vV' -.r a tU luisinfs :m.I lnn tn stav ami have built no an enorirous business on UUUIC IUH SCC US, f C I l. lilt irm.Ji 1,1 iiv . - , Chickens KKs, Hides, Turkeys, Cream, Kte. Hens 16c pound. Next to the Hruijje. WHITE PRODUCE COMPANY l'hone 71 Call anywhere in the city for your chickens It. L. TERRY, Manager a CLASSIFIED AD Want Ads Bring Results 10c a line each issue- 40c minimum price. No Classified Ads Charged. It's Cash WANTED Clean cotton rajs, 80 pr yonnd. Signal office, ESTRAYED One Holestelu heifer yearling from ('. C. Head ranch, re ward for li'oi matlon leading to re orery. A. N. Rpps, at Blackard Hdw. Co. 82" Farm and ranch loans fr" 8 per cent up. Quick service. We make our own inspection.. Baker Grayum and Anderson, Snyder, Teas. 35. Farm and ranch loans from 8 per cent up. Qulok aerrlce. YFe make our own lnrrpoc'lons. Baker Grayum and Anderson. Snyder, Texnc. 35. Farm and ranch loana from 8 per cent up. Quick aerrlce. We make eur own inspections. Baker Orsyum and Anderson, Snyder, Texas. 35. FOR SALE Good Hog Lard at 15 eents per pound, Sidney Johnson 36p FORSAL EP u re Lone Star Cotton Seed at $1.00 per pushel, See Hubert Roblson. 37p. FOllRENTOoodarm on 1-3 and fourth, also, good farm on shares. No financial assistance. Dr. A. W. Browning. Fluvanna, Texas. 36c STRAYED One Red gilt weight about 140 pounds. Will pay reasona ble reward for Information leading to recovery. Call No. 20. or the Sny der Signal. 35c FOR" SALE. Good Mister Sill Plant er. See C. W. Popnoe. 36p. FOR-SALE-Fifteen" barrells pure Louisiana Ribbon cane syrup. Price fl.35 molasses bucket sice. Bring your vessHIs. Sell from one gallon up. Enquire at home in corner O. K. wagon yard block. S. A. Pool 35p Plain and fancy sewing, reasonable prices. Mrs. C. A. Crunk. Phone 333. 35tf. FOK SALE Good span mules harn ess and wagon. WIM sell on fall time with good note. W T. Thompson. 8nyder, Texas. 35c FOR SALE G001I snan mules harn ess and wagon. Will Hell on fall time with good note. W. T. Thompson. Fnyder, Texas. 35c C.'IKLH! HAVE TinCK, SOFT, HEAVY IIAIlt A 35-cent bottle of "Danderine" will not only rid your scalp of de structive dandruff and stop falling hair, but immediately your hair neems twice as abundant and so won droits glossy. Let "Danderine" save your hair. Have lots of long, heavy hair, radiant with life and beauty. 34-tf S.'snnl want ads bring results. a Most RAGS WANTED Cleaa cotton rags wanted at the Signal offlee. FOR SALE Demntond Improved f prlng Seed wheat. Alao Toxm Ite4 l;ust Proof Seed Ooata. Snyder Mill and Coal Co. FOR RENT 160 or 800 acre land, two sets houses, osthousee, good wa ter; to rent on third aad foarth. About 7 miles soath of Snyder.near good school. See A. W. Holman, Snyder, Rt. 4. 3Sp S. C. RHODE ISLAND RBD eiggs for hatching, $1 per 15. Mrs. J. W. Sanders, Dermott, Texas. 41p FOR SALE CHEAP Yearling bull, thoroughbred Jersey at my place five miles south of Fluvanna. D. F. Ware. 35-p FOR SALE My home on North Scarborough St., good 5-room house, orchard and out buildings, 150-ft. lot. Also team of plirg mules. See J. A. Miller. 34-tfc FOR RENT Dr. Wtaitmore's farm 3 1-2 miles east of Snyder. 5-room house, new windmill and good land. Thone 135. 34-tf FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red eggs from full blood hens that are penned. Price $1.50 per 15. Fhon? 108. Mrs. R. V. McOlnnls, Snyder, Texas. 36p FOR SALE Buff Leghorn 283 eg strain. Hatching eggs $2.50 for 15. Phone 299. Mrs. T. C. Watklns has gone to market for the T. C. Watklns store. She left last Sunday. WANTED Real live wire Salesman for Hydro Carbon burner. A few ter- ' r'.torles open. St-e E. O. Echols at Hggnbotham Eros., by Tuesday 35p FOR SALE Good span mules harn ess und wagon. Will sell on full time with good note. W. T. Thompson. Snyder. Texas. 35c WANTED Man with family to do general faim work. J. O. Gulnn 36p Those high grade Phonograph are being auctioned at a great sacrifice at H. G. Tow!e's auction sale. 35 Msses Veda and Zada Maxwell were here Sunday vsitlng their par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Maxwell. The auction sale at H. G. Towle's Jewelry store commences at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Don't miss these sales. Dalton Moore of Sweetwater was in Snyder Wednesday. Mil raise 10 You an still sett them 'cheap. !i!ll!IIHIii!!l,Ti!i;;i,l!l!!illIli 17 WITH THE CHURCHES .'4iHliMllnt Church. We have looked forward to your being in Sunday school. Make next Sunday the time. Please don't fall us. Preaching at 11:00 and 6:30. Morning subject: "Commanding Christ." Evening: "The Divine Life in man." Very fine League last Sunday. Let us hare fifty young people by next Sunday. Let us pray that the unsaved ones may bo brought to Christ. E.tpecally do we want you to be present at luo evening service next Sunday. We are always glad for you to be In our services. J. II. Hicks. Apostolic TaberniM-le. Near R. S. & P. Sunday, 11 a. m. and 6:30 p m. Each evening 6:30. la Jesus coming soon? What aayeth God's Word? 1 Thes. 5 1-2, also Dan. 8:10. And he said Behold I will make thee know what shall be in the last end of the indignation for at the time appointed the end shull be. Luke 17:26. And ua it was In the days of Noe, so shall it be also in the days of the Son of Man. Matt. 24:48. But and if that evil servant shall say in his heart my Lord delayeth his com ing; verso 50 the Lord of that ser vant sha'.l come in a) clay when he looketh not for him and In an hour he is not aware of. Verse 41. Watch therefore for ye know not what hour I your Lord doth come. 'ome. we are I here to point you to Christ and to ! teach the fulness of the Gospel and I the soon coming of our Lord Jesus ! Christ, everybody welcome. : s. & F. swift. G. & A. Saunders. 1 Missionary Auxiliary Meeting. ' The Woman's Missionary Auxiliary j held an Interesting meting Monday afternoon. IMrs. Brunei t Johnson prc ' sided. This being the day for business many things of importance were brought before the society. Mrs. R. M. Stokes Interestingly presented stewardship. Mrs. C. C. Hlggins very forcibly presented the pledge. The society re sponded liberally with a largo pledge then the pledge of the past year. Monday Feb. 14. will be devoted to the Bible study. We urgo- ill!, members to be pres ent. Missionary Program. Program for BaptlM ladles Mis sionary meeting, Feb. 21. Leader, Mrs. Dane. Hymn. Prayer, Gratitude for citizenship IKKi $3iooaoo 90nO in a Christian land. Mrs. I. D. Hull. Scripture lesson, Mrs. Dane. Prayer, Thanksgiving for God's mercy to our country, Mrs. Cunning ham. Hymn. My Country TIs of Thee. Reading, (Mrs. English. Conditions confronting American Christianity. Mrs. Rob Strnyhorn. Special music. Miss Vio!et Grayum. Christianizing Cuba, Mrs. Glen. Reading, Mrs. Barton. Spvclal Music, Mrs. Marlon New ton. Review work being done by Homo Board, Mrs. M. E. Rosser. PrwbyterUn Women's Auxiliary. Will meet at the church Monday Fob. 14, 1921. 2:30 p. m. Leader Mrs. Stalling. Subject. Homo Missions. The Amer ican Indian on the now trail. Foreign, chosen. Dtrotlonal, Roll call. Scriptures from Year Book. News items on our Indian work, by various members. Our orders, Joseph Andrews. Special prayer for Missionaries as signed to this date in Year Book. Mrs. Farmer. Forward steps in Korea. Mrs. Fer guson. Circle of Prayer. Business. Closing prayer. Kpworth 1cojfue lYojrrani. Feb. 13. 5:30 p. m. Christianity In our homes. Leuder, Miss Cecil Strayhorn. Song 13. and Song 20. Lord's prayer In concert. Scripture. Matt. 6:7-6, Miss Juanl ta Pierce. Eph. 5:1-2. Miss Violet Grlrma. In our Homes. Ieader. When the Kingdom haa come Into our homeR. Miss Edwena Barnes. Questions for open discussion. Leuder. Miss Hattie Ditto. Solo. Miss Sarah Wright. Description of a Christian Home, Leader. Miss Bolin. The Kingdom of Heaven, comes into the homes of religious. Leaders 1. Charles and John WesVy, Mar shall Higgins. 2. Christ. Miss Myres. Duett. JVIiss Ditto. Mr. Ware. Marriage in Christ, Miss Winston. Influence of Christ in Homes in Apostolie days. Miss Stokes. Song 107. Aaron ic benediction. At Preshyte rinn Clnirclu Preaching at 11 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Come to church, boost your Sun day school . Be on the Job seven days in the week. Manifest a spirit of loy alty, lie much In prayer. C. G. Wright. Pastor. The . K. H. The order of the Eastern Star will have its next social meeting nt the home of Mrs 11. J. Brice at 2:30 Thursday, Feb. 17lh. Hostesses: Mm. Brlce, Mrs. Leath. Mrs. Dunn. Mrs. Pat Brown. f it Sou I What's On TONIGHT "A White Man's Chance" By J. man going to Mexico who takes a TOMORROW Tom Mix. In "The Texan " Tom MONDAY Fileen Percy, in "Beware of the Bride." E.le-11 Terry is th protty little girl who played In "The Husband Hunter." The Cutest little Comedy Prams in many a day. Also Mutt and Jeff, and Fox News TUESDAY Olive Thomas, in "Everybodys' Sweetheart." In u r last pi. ture. A simple story of Youthful love on the farm. WEDNESDAY "The Wolf Woman." By lionise THURSDAY "Man's Man" by J Warren SATURDAY Pearl White in "Tigers Cub. May lAMiite Here. E. D. Curry of Dallas and an old time residentor of Snyder is in the fily this week, lie is prospect im and incidentally visiting relatives with a view of going into the gro cery business. He and Hub Taylor have been on a deal this w.ek with Ware K- Ware, but because of the absence of one of the Ware Bros . from town the result of the dial is not vet known. The auction sale at II. G. Towle's jewelry store commences at 2:30 and 7:30 p. tn. Don't tnisa thes- sales T. It. Ware of the Ware A; Ware grocery store Is on a business trip to El Paso this week. You may never have anoth-r ehnnce in a life time to buy a phono graph at these prices. H. G. Towle.3." ercJiiaidi next 3 at The COZY Warren Kerrigan, a tale of a chance In a mob of Greesar a , s latest picture, also Fox News. GJaum. Kerrigan I.eltei I r. 1 III ',rn. Mm. In a b ti-r from Bro Sims he say We are vw II pb , ,.-re ;t:,, K,i tmg ab'tig line wilh my work Have had 11, ore ih. ui eighty additions to tile char.':', .viid ,1:11 pn-achlng to the largest , 11, . h ia Abilene. My loe : 1 11 1 hot v, L-lies to 1 very body Very truly yours W II Sims Those huh trad- i !,..:., m-;u an being aur';:.,, ,,i ., e,-at s.imflrf .11 II ! Tow'c s auction Bale 3 5 T ) Manning 0f Clevis. X M . . drilled in Thutsduy (., visit a while uitli home folks. The auction sale cbm. Saturday night. Get your share of th,He har cains. H. G. Towle. ?r, Subscribe for the Signal. o o days, 3 5 se