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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, BNYDETt. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921.
IE. KETEvEB' GROCERY SALE 24 days of our sale ended Feb. 28th showing- a gross of $802449. February being such a short month we will continue to let you have groceries at a big saving. We will pay highest cash prices for chickens and eggs, (need friers) You need the gro ceries, buy from us, save money- Potatoes By the sack Half bushel $2.25 .75 Corn No. 2 EIco No. 2 Our Darling 6 for .90 6 for $1.20 Tomatoes No. 2 California pack 6 for .75 Catsup No. 10. 1 gallon Hurt Olney Laryje size Morris Supreme Small Size $1.00 .35 .30 .20 White Swan Pork and Beans No. 1 - - 12 for $1.20 No. 2 Campbell large size 6 for .90 Peas No. 1 Early June No. 2 Small May No. 2 B. 0. Sweet Pickles 6 for .90 6 for $1.20 3 for .90 Cut Beans No .2 St. Lawrence G for $1.20 Hominy and Kraut No. 3 Hominy 6 for .90 No. 3 Kraut ... 6 for .90 Compound Lard No- S Swift Jewel No. S Morris No. S White Cloud No. S Cottolenc $1.20 1.20 1.20 1.10 Jellies and Preserves No. 1 Lippincott - - .45 Half Gallon Dixie .75 One Gallon Dixie - - $1 50 Snuff 5 oz. Garret t 5 oz. Honest .30 .30 Cereals Large family size Po3t Toasties 6 for $1.20 Large family size Oats - 2 for .60 Large Puffed Wheat - 2 for .30 Why pry more when you can get the best for less. We have the best flour that can be milled and our prices arc the lowest. J. E. 0ETHEB Best for less for cash 16 RAISED 10 DATE BAPTIST 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN MAKING GOOD PROGRESS, COMMISSION REPORTS. CASH ROUND-UP IN SPRING Effort Will Ba Made During March and April to Secure Cash on All Pledgee Due to May 1, 1921. M, ... ..... ..,,;- fifvn DR. J. B. GAMBRELL President Southern Baptist Conven tion, who will tour the Sou'li. l"p to December 1, l!Jv, Southern Raptl.sts had paid I16.S31.1U0.6S in ash on their subscriptions to the 75 Million Campaign, according to an an noun in. cm issued by the Conserva tion Commission, which is looking af ter all t!ie general interests of the campaign. This rum has been appor tioned among for. ign missions, home missions, state missions. Christian ed ucation. hospital", orphanages and ministerial relief, jn accordance with tlie original auipaign program. While the receipts from the cam paign have enabled all the agetic ies of the dtiiom. nation to greatly t-nlarg their work the returns have not been as large as the hest interest of tho work demand, it is said, and the local i hurrhes throughout the South are asked to Join In a movement to brine up the payment on all subscriptions! due by May 1. in order that the de!e- Kate? can go to the Southern Haptlst Convention at Chat tanooga. May 12. with a cban slate, and all the cen tral work adequate ly provided for. Will Ho d Day of Prayer. Inaugurating, this spring ash round-1 up campaign. February 27 'March 6j lias been desigr.aN d as intercession eek Ly :1c I' ;:i?t women of the .' ;''!. while t'.e -'-ire membership f t';e Ilajitist i htirches Is asked to ! ;..:n in : r-.:i!:r.r. Welti- s.lay, March 2. as a day of pr.iyi-r lor (bid's blessings a: ! KUid :n-.- ::. t!.e tuit'.ier campaign w o . k . Alter t't- special period of prayer !( ren.aivd r of March will be given ,,t'i- to a'.. tiu the members of all the l..i!':.-: i -h'-s in the South m .he ma;:-r if o.i.pletini; the cani-i ;y.iUn pt':.;'vi by ; ij Ihk that por- i lion of the siiusi i : t ,i:is due by , that I time, and In bringing the members to! e-' their obligation to support God's I uik through the ib-st initiation of the' doctrine of stewardship. April has been designated as loyally month and I during that time effort will be made : throughout the South to bring llap lists to realize that their loyalty to' Cod and his work demands the pay men!, where lit nil possible, of their pledges to tho campaign. Southwide Tour l Planned. In order th" ' ..crlbers to the tampaign . 1 . iully Informed on what has . . omplished with tho money they have contributed so far. and as to the needs of the comple tion of the c ampaign program, a se-1 rics of informational and inspirational meetings that will reach Into every state In the South has been planned for March and April. These meetings will bo featured by addresses by Dr. J. B. tiombrdl. president of the South ern Baptist Convention, and Dr. E. Y. MuHlns, president of the Southern liaptist Theological Seminary, who have Just returned from a six months' tour of the mission fields of Europe, and who will tell of conditions they found there; Dr. L. R. Scarborough, general director of the campaign, and other persons of prominence. These meetings will be held at central points I in the various states, and from these j central meetings asBociatlonal and dls-1 trlct rallies will be formed In the hope of taking the campaign message to all the people. Large Relief Work Done. Secretary Love of the Foreign Mis sion Board reports that Southern Bap tists, within the last few weeks, have contributed H7,2S4.20 In cash for the relief of suffering peoples In Europe and China, above their campaign con tributions, and that the Bcptlst women of the South have contributed 100, 000 worth of first-cl iss drilling for the needy families o: Hungary. lENMAIHENT OF VARIED NATURE IS FORT WORTH SHOW DATES ARE SET FOR MARCH I TO 12 LIVESTOCK EXHIBITION CENTRAL FEATURE OTHER ATTRACTIONS Varied entertainment will be thi watchword of the Southwestern Kx 'position and Fut Stock Show, whicl will be held at Fort Worth March I to 12. With an exhibition of bloodec livestock that promises better thar 4 The lady bronc and trick rldlnj has always been a feature at the Ft. Worth Rodeo. any made in past years as a nuc leus and central feature, the show will be rounded out with numerous features that will rrovida entertain ment for everybody. M. Sansom Jr. and Rr.y H. Mc Kinley again will be secretary-man ager and assistant secritary-managei and they practically have the same efficient line-up that has assisted them in holding the show In previou years. John I. Hu:g s. pt l riiir.ent Tarrant county stockman, again will b direct' r in charge of the live stock exhibition. Klever.th hour revision of the rr mium li.-l gives th" !".i:ebnd iierd. about the same classification iitu! n.oney as at the 1 : : l sliow. Sin;.!!- premium classes lir i clly Lave witness ed any money reduction. The cattle sales feature promise, to be c-vein more prominent than In tin? ; a: t. Added int-re.st in this i-ctiou has been aioii'cd through ll.e u liability that nunibois of Mex ican Klocliineii, ken to secure flr.,t class oin t breds for the rebuilding, ol tht ir hhattered herds, will utteud the stock show for this iprclflc pur pose. The American Legion will take a leading part In the Block nhow, par ticularly on Tuesday, March 8, which has been set aside hs American Le gion Day. It Is r.ntle!;i:ird that 10, 0C0 ex" service men from Texas and Oklahoma will be on hand that day and a sp-cial Legion prog:a:a is be ing worked up. Plans are being formulated to make the Rodeo features of the snappiest and most varied nature. Captain W. H. Ktirse, manager of the Horne Show features, is in com munication with some of the leading stables of Oklahoma and other states and expects to have a first-class! showing of equine beauties. In fact, he already has bepti assured of the' participation of several large stables lie also expects to have a number ; of army entries from Fort Bliss, , Oltla. Other features of the Rodeo : will consist of some of the most i thrilling cowboy sports that ever have been staged in the United States. tie direction of leading society worn.' k.h cf fort Worth and the .cenery :..' costuming promises to be got genua. Making Clats of Rice Htuks. l-:.vveiiiiiriii.s Lave lecii curried eml In Ilunn.-i with the Iclcii of utilizing the rtlloa com. -tit of pioliy, rice husks, iu the iiiiiiiiifaotiire of gi,is. On burniii) tin' lai-ks uboiit IS per cent of whim sh Is obuilnoil, and, nlthoutit tills ash contains mhhII ijuatititlc-s of Inm. It Iims b. i-n in-c.veil In In- Miltable for tlie liKiiiiifaciure of haln a imlfl green or yellow color. In biiinlii the lr:ss sutlliiciit hc;;t is ;-enerateil to carry eml the various pi oci-sscs. Coin Collectors Liberal. Since ll the Mihie of rare colm lifts llli re;isi-(, roiiL'bly spcitklliir, l.M!0 per cent, i.iaiiy rich men having liiken Ui the fa-l i.f enlei-;ii,g lliem. A Wlish lliton n, mi nuiis n ecillci-tioii of pen-rilt-i for li' h I,.- l,..s refuseil JiI.ikh). For oia- mtv rnre '; iciim u he gave a fiIie-cn-;.( ! j ;i tin 1 1 'I ! Debutantes and Delegates. Pervoriiilly -,ve are strong for woman SilfTrnge, but wi- still love the kind of ei rl who would rntliet be n ltl . it - :t : ' lb(,l: it 1 1 1 1 V i 1 1 l:ii!,'s eu (.IKI.M II W 1 1 THICK, SOFT, IIF..WV IIAIK A 35-cent bottle of "Danderine" will not only rid your scalp ot de htructive dandruff and stop falling The J. George !os Carnival will ' ,,alr' ,J,lt imnu-dlately your hair 6e pitched on the Coliseum grounds, j sf'f 's 'wi,P s abundant and so won Thls splendid attraction has been ! drous glossy. Let "Danderine" save held in connection with the stock ! -vour nair- Have lots of long, heavy show for several years but this time hair, radiant with life and will be much larger and much diff- ! beauty. 34-tf erent from previous performances. J. : George Loos, the proprietor, has A siv year old girl of Boyd Fenton been busy all fall and winter lining was kicked by a hore Tuesday night up new attractions for the carnival, Ivhich inflicted a considerable wound which will open its spring and sum- PI1 its fonhend. It Is said to be do mer campaign here. There will be jg nicely, many new and unique features that1 Texas carnivals have not yet pre sented. lr the first tlnv a splendid bench show will be held on the Coliseum II. F. Rogers returneel Wednesday after a three week's outing on the Pacific coast. He visited Los Angeles Long Beach, San Dk-go, and other j ant trip, as. but prefers to live In Tex- grounds. This will be staged under the 'polnts of Merest. He reports a pleas oirecuon oi tne ?rt worth Kennel Club and one of the most creditable exhibitions of fine dogs ever made in Texas is anticipated. A house belonging to Joe Wolfe up near the Santa Fe depot burned down last Sunday. It was occupied Tl. - . U . ... II, t , ii.e mow m cje inaugurated on! the evening of March 5 with the1 uiiuui sjiieiiam soc etv event, a na. 'i t, , , ., . ,. ... ' " " ,by a Mexican family at th time. No ei mac uius iair io eclipse or past years. The event Is undej any ;lnsurance was carried on the build- In. l Just deceived MIS the Latest Style era Suns and The styles are the latest, the quality is right and priced to meet demands for lower priced goods. Come in and see the new styles; study the quality. I am sure you will be satisfied with the price. The Quality Shop aTTa'.mu 3C