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THB SNTDBJt SIGNAL. BNTbEOt, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 18. 1921.
Singer Sewing Machines R. TiStokes, Snyder s" """ in. mm fife has GONE TO O.U-IKOUMA After the services Sunday night which brought out tho largest crowd ever seen in tho First ChriHtiim Church to preaching. Mr. Dob Fife, who was assisting his brother for a ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Take Asplrk'. only aa told In each package of genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you see the Bayer cross on tablets, you can take them without fear for co!ds. headache, neuralgia, rheumatism, earache, toothache, lumbago and for pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Monooeoticacidester of Sal-icyllcacid. f.w days lust week und visiting here wltl-j his brother loft for Iih Angeles to uttend the Evangelistic Conference of all preachers on the coast. Ills work 1 in demand aud lie will probably remain In the west for some time. Hcimlclgh I. V. P. l Program. February 20, 1921. Subject: What things can I do to work out my own salvation? Lender, Mrs. Cardon. Scripture lesson, Eph. Chap 2. The Meaning of Salvation. Miss Ne'l Morris. Working out this salvation. Miss Kate Louder. We should make the best use of our lives. John W. Adams. What we may do to complete or carry out our salvation, Shod Rags dale. We should study the Bible much, Elmer Louder. We should submit our wills. Miss Ollie Cheneweth. Conclusion song and benediction. We can place choice loans at t per cent in amounts not to exoeed $10,000.00 with privilege.' of repay ment the third year. 38 Baker Grayum and Anderson. On Feb. 12th. marriage license were Issued to James L. Hasnell and Mlssi Irene F. Sturgeon. E. J. Thompson and family ship ped out the fixtures of the Verdun Cafe Monday for Mineral Wells where they intend to put In a like business at that place. TIGERS t'UIJ," WITH PEARL WHITE, DIE "Tiger's Cub," a plcturlzatlon of tho famous novel by George Good child, In which William Fox pre sents his darling star Pearl White. i coming to the Cozy Theatre To morrow. This story pulsates with tho spirit of fndomltable courage and daring which mark those who defy the rug gednesn of the frozen North and the vicious ( ' lents it breeds In tho struggl' ! existence. The support ing cast ! : made up of players whose ability has many times been demon strated. Most of the action revolves around the characters portrayed oy Pearl White, as the Cub, Thomas J. Carrl gan. as the son of an old prospector who was murdered for hl9 gold mine; J. Thornton Haston, as a villian; and Frank Evans as "Tiger," who mur dered the old prospector and was eager to pawn his own beautiful daughter for a half share in the stol en mln. "California Syrup of Figs" is Child's Best Laxative Beware! Say "California" or you may not get tho genuine "California Fyrup of Figs" which doctors recom mend for babies and children of all ares. Nothing else cleans the little bowels and rogulatoe the child's stomach and Liver so genUy, so thor oughly. Directions on each bottle. But you must say "California." Don't e talked Into an imitation fig syrup which haan't the delicious, fruity taste or the perfect "laxative physic" action. 34-tf William Russell's current Wil liam Fox picture, "The Iron Rider," receives crodlt for being one of the best examples of dramatic suspense well sustained ever seen on the screen. The picture Is said to defy the guessing ingenuity of any spec tator as to Its outcome. "The Iron Rider" will be next Monday's attrac tion at the Cor.y Theatre. It is n Frank L. Packard story and you will recall the marvelous success of Former Hotel Man (iocs to El Paso. R. W. Cleavenger who recently luul charge of tho Manhattan hotel, has bought a drug etore nt El Paso from Baxter Sroggna and he and his family left last Sunday for El Paso to take active charge of it. Signal want ads bring results. Quaker Minister Is Grateful to Tanlac s. V ( 7 W I I W I I ft mi VSv t. 1 i f hv 7f Ilov. Parker Moon W. T. Thompson was over nt P ron Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Rowen. This old couple have lived there for a long time and enjoy the comings of their children and friends. Mr. Rowen remarked during the day that Just 61 years ago he land .A in ratlin rnnntv. from South Car olina, and it is probable that he is J "The Miracle Man, unother rncn the oldest Texas citizen in '"curry ! ard play, county. ! After many years In Collin, he I Tln deat!i of Mrs. Nannie Chap came to Scurry and has for a long man at '.ier home on north Guada tlme been one of our best and most ipo street Thursday of last week honorable citizens. One thing the oomes as a great shock to her rela Slgna! knows about Mr. Bowen U tives and new made friends. Th re that he is all American and i njoys i mains were (prepared for burial by seeing Germany squirm and fret over ijjn Rogers Undertaking Co.. and having to pay that big reparation shipped to San Angelo Friday for debt levied by the allied powers. Mr. and Mrs. A. Johnston spent the week-nd last week at Midland visiting their three daughters who arej (there attending school. burial. She was about 61 years of age and is survived by two daughters and u son. San Marcos Record. tfTOMACM TnOUBLK, OASES, INDIGESTION. 'Tape's Diupeisin" is the quick est, surest relief for IndigesUon. Gases. Flatulence, Heartburn, Sour ness, Fermeatation or Stomach Dis tress caused hy acidity. A few tablets give almost immediate stom ach relief uu4 shortly the stomach is corrected so you can oat favorite foods without fear. Large case coats only few cents at drug store. Mllions lielsed annually. 4-1-21 Mr. .lake W. Smith a progressive i farmer on route four was in town 1 Monday, visited the Signal office and j rent-wed for the Signal. Mr. Smith said he did not want to miss a copy that it Is worth considerably more than one pays for It. What's On at The COZY TONIGHT "A MAN'S MAN" By J. Warren Kerrigan. From the pen of Peter B. Kyne. Where fun vies with thrills. And EDDIE POLO. TOMORROW PEARL WHITE in "The TIgers's Cub" A drama of strife, love and adventure In the Alaskan gold fields. FOX NEWS to balance program. MONDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL in "The iron Rider" A stirring story of a town where Justico was burlesqued till tho coming of the Mysterious Black-Hooded Iron Rider. Story by Frank Packard. MUTT AND JEFF und FOX NEWS. A dandy program see it. TUESDAY AMERICAN LEGION DAY Mur-ii U vue Farce Comedy Negro Mlnstre' By Home Talent. Help tho boys. Remember, these boys are citizens, and will take an active part in the building of our future. WEDNESDAY MARY MILKS M INTER la "All Soul s E.ve" ---Said to be Mis.- IMinter's Greatest Picture. If this is so. then those who see next Wednesday's program are In for a real treat if "All Soul's Eve" can beat "Jenny Be Good" and "Ann of Green Gables." Anyway, this is her lat-t picture, and she is a little Irish gir! in a dual role THURSDAY J. WARREN KERRIGAN in "Coast of Opportunities"- A story of an American mining engineer who discovers a rich vein of copper In an Isolated desert region of old Mexico. SATURDAY BEAUTIFUL BEBE U ANI ELS. "THE DALLAS GIRL", i) "Oh. Lady. Lady." with Walter Hiers and Harrison Ford. Heaven save us from the well meaning persons who try to saw us from ourselves. And beware of the amature vamp. I Nearly everybody in Southwest of climate. I then moved to Texas Missouri either knows or has heard and went back und forth rtiree times of the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a j but did not get the relief I had hoped full half century nas aevoteu ins me i"r. rinauy, i koi bo oaa on i . . ... . . . i !.u in conformity with the general elec and talents to Sunday school and or- not able to get around with any d . ... , t Uon laws of tk state. NOTH E OF BOND ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that an ejec tion will held at the court house in the town at Snyder, within the Snyd'er Independent school district, on the 24th day of February. A. D. 1921, to determine whether the bonds of said district shall be issued to the amount of $75,000.00, payable forty years frow their date and bear ing interest nt the rate of 5 por cent per annum, for the purpose of con structing and equipping a public school buildiag of brick material within sid dlatrlct. and whether there shall be annually levied, assess ed, and collected on all tine taxable property in said district, for the cur rent year nd annually thereafter while said bonds, or any of them, are outfct rHing, a tax suffic'ont U pay the mrrent interest on said li .ida od rrovde & (kins; (a . ! tulf i-'.i o pay I be priaoipal at maturity. P. U. Bolia has bena appointed manager of said election which sh.-tl! be held as early as may be possible J Bjaaaannai Mt A EED LETRER DAY on the Calendar! The Date of Your FIRST CHANCE to See A MUS ganiiatlon work for the Society of Frends or Quakers. "Uncle Parker," as he is more fa miliarly known, came from fine old rugged Quaker stock, and there is not a better known oir more highly re spect citizen in that part of the state. In referring to his remarkable res toration to health by Tanlac, he said: "About five years ago I suffered n general breakdown. My princlpul trouble was nervous indigestion. My appetite was very poor and my food seldom agreed with me, and I had to live on a very restricted diet. I suf fered a great deal from headaches and dizzy spells; I had severe pains across the small of my back and was badly constipated most of the time. In fact. I was so weak and rundown I war not able to attend to my duties. "This condition made me very nerv- ... .. i i t woa wwa oi imw bw had heart trouble. I No TOt at ",d e,cc- "I had read about Tanlac and.as It "leas a"ed oter had heen very highly recommended , coaatltutloa and laws of to me. I decided to trv it. I got a tata aUte. and a taxpayer In said Sny- bottle and had taken only a few doaca ,der Independent School DUtrlct until, I could notice a marked im provement in my condition. I no ticed especially that I was not trou- Thoae ia faror of the issuance of he bonds and the levying of the tax hall write or print on their ballots viiv-u bunt mw Klorl nnv mnrA with oitr alnmnr h "For th Bsads and the tax": and after eating.which w as a great relief, j those against the issuance of the I kept on taking Tanlar until I .bonds and the levying oi tne tax snan fully regained my health. My appe tite is sp'endiil; I enjoy my meals and I do not find it necessary now to take any laxative medicines of any kind. I can sleep much better and am not nearly so nervous. "I take great pleasure In recom mending Tanlac to anyone who needs a good system builder, or who suf fers with stomach trouble. I have ous and I could not a'eep at nght. j recommended Teniae to a great many Frequently I would lie awake most of my friends and am pleased to reacn others by giving tola statement all nifcht and wag in that condition more, or less for five years. My physician said he could not do any thing for ine and suggested a change for publication Tanlac Is sold in Snyder by Gray urn Drug Co. S A FARCE COMEDY EGRO 1NSTR write or print on their bal!nts "Against the bonds and the tax." Said rJectloa was ordered by the Board of Trustees of said Snyder In dependent School District by ordT passed oa the 24th day of January. A. D., 1921. and this notice Is Issued j mrsaant to said order. Dated this 25th day of January, A. D., 1921. C. S. PERKINS. Jr. President of Board of Trustees of aid District. ATTEST: Hugh Boren, Secretary of Board of Trustee of said district 8 I La R NE TDKET Incidentally it is Washington's birthday. Be patriotic and celebrate by attending the 1 AT THE COZY THEATRE, 8 P. M. ft