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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TEXAS, FRIDAY", MAY 13, 1921. J
WHITE .PRODUCE COMFANI D I T V M I? V lf a n n or o r V . l , 1J . 1 U 1 1 ( t 1. - (J V . WvE ARE IN THE MARKET AT ALL TIMES FOR YOUR CHICKENS, EGGS, HIDES AND CREAM. Our Prices are Always Right J Kite &niirr &tttal CUKItV & IlKLL, Publisher. Forri'jii Ailvf riming l.jn"viit.i':vr Till. AMI-KUAN I'KLSS A.VSOCI A II N Rats will be more plentiful this year unload war' la made oa thorn. The quoslon ot dlsarmauijut Is a matter of "who lays down first". Neither of the three big nations want to tako the initiative because they are fearful somebody viu say ' he Is afraid. It seems silly that such lxlsts, but it is true. It reminds one of i child's hide and soek ira. afrsld to venture. v Have you secured your Oh iU'J iua Ticket? Congress has failed to red.Ke the public pay. roll as- proiaisod. Before the war there were C7.C0O employees ana now there arc 80,000. If they had Governor Tut Neff up there we are inclined to b'.-ll.jve it waul 1 be reduced. On Juno 3rd you will h.ive. an op portunity of voting for a nluo mouths school or a ix month.5 scho il. which do you want. Do you know you can roil SO good cigarettes for lOcis frorn one ba cf 4 GENUINE TOBACCO There is a nation-wide turning to the churhs and to more rational thinking. Man cannot lon lose sight of his Creator without reaping a bit ter harvest, and in Christian America it is unthinkable that the masses of the country will do else in the face of the great., problems of tho day, but turn to God. Sunday schools ure jtrov.-lim in attendance, more are f t- ti'ndiug upon preaching of the Word, and more serioub mind possess he na tion. "Come, let us reason together." sa'yeth the Lord. Clarendon News. While in many ways the World War seemed to have a tendency to take the people away from the church 'an I to tiiroet their minds to the thines of tho world, yet durlns the past few months there Is being a renewed allegiance to the church and to things that are upllftlnsi and elevating. In many localities the Sun day school has grown to such num bers that the church and the Sunday school buildings are Inadequate to ac-ommodate the large crowds. From ! some t'otliT-s complaints come that , the churh people have forgotten God J and have drifted into worldllne- i and while thU may be true, vet the 1 church is jetting hold of many mot' and women whom were difficult to ' reach. The church has a great mi- j slon. ilauy members are not true, but i the Food work will continue until j time, soall be no more, and when the . time coiner to answer tho final "roll call," great will be tho number of good and 'truo men und women who will be ushered In through tho Pearly Gates aiid great will bo tho multitude of men and women who will learn of their condemnations and many church members will be Included In this number. Many people are grow ing better and many people are not. but the church Js marching- on and will perform its mission. Taylor County Times. When all else fall, you will find the church still battling for the right and victorious In tho end. The time is opportune for a great reli gion awakening and nil things ladi cate It's coming. We cannot long for get Rod, for there la a natural crying of the soul for things spiritual. Why not glvo the Spirit right-of-way? Sunday schools are growing, church attendance Increaping and greater de sire for the house of God is evident AT OICCHKSTRA ClIAlTAigiA lixiM ptlonal Program KviuiiikaMo Effect Kor years Cliarls F. Hotter has epeclallzed aud featured some par ticular company each year, This year attention has beeu devoted to a Philharmonic Orchestra of young women. Tho program will bo as un usiual as it will be beautiful In addi tion to giving a program of musical teins, the lighting and staging as well as the grouping of these charming wo men will afford u continuous series of delightful pictures arid affects which will heighten every selection rendered The music lover quito often is over ted with conventional programs, whether of more than ordinary char acters or not. The original Idea which Mr. Horner has carried out so effi ciently, that of combining atmosphere In color, lighting and coMiune with I., inuor.il' effect, is a new departure in Ch:i;t.niqtia. Hoard of Trustees of said Snyder Indpendeut School District by Order passed on tho 3rd day of May, A. V., 1921, and this' notice is Issued pur suant to said order. Hated 3rd duy of May, A. D.. 1921. A. JOHNSTON. i President of the Hoard of Trustees of the Snyder Independent school District. ATTEST: HAKVEY SHULER, Secretary of the Hoard of Trustees of tho Snyder Independent School District. 50 A t together navy poliej betw.'.uV i United States and England Is rged by Lord T.- e, First Lord of tie' J t!?i dmlialty. instead of "Hands: ,:(w-i the water, there should he II j !- ..cm tl wat- r." lltat ic!. natein yhoiiKl lay lu r cards npuu th ". tlii iii.d di.-ciiss fi.ml.ly wluit the tut me would be. Discussing the broad aiicLt of naval policy, he said: "I think all of us must be asking ourselves frequently the iiietioti whither are we going after the tri- SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.l. Proposing an amendment to Section 2. Article 6 of the Constitution of the State of Texas by providing that only native born or natural ized citizens of the United States shall bo qualified electors In this State, and permitting either the husband or the wife to pay tho poll tax of the other and receivo tho receipt therefor, and permitting the Legislature to authorize ab sentee voting He it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. That Section 2 of Ar th le 0 of the constitution of th State oi Texas be so amended fis hereafter to read iiS follow s: Section 2. Every person subject to none of he foregoing disqualifica tions, who shall havo attained tho age of twenty-one years and w-ho shall be a citizen of the United States and who shall have resided In this i i .i... iu'uhii'iii roiMiusioii oi iiiai tw HcU wns to make the world safe 0110 'car nxl I'eamg an ,or civilization? It is hard to believe! c a,lJ last bU raonths that those who" were fighting side by j wl,hin tho lUtrUt or ro,,nty n wb,ch side to h.ue that civilization are now 11 '"'suu l" deemed a qualified elector; provided, One Cent Sale. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. May. 19, 20 and 21. Tho Rexall Store. COTTON SEED Guaranteed Pure Mebane and I :ne Star Cotton Seed, for sale by the Scurry County Chamber of Commerce. We will be (lid t lisist firaeri oed5n help en their seed See the Sec'ty troiiig to build navies against each other, if for no other reason because it would be so ridiculous and so silly. "I am encouraged in this matter by the moderate view which is being taken by the governents of other crat nnval powers, hut it Is better that we should speak plainly of the greatest naval power In the world apart from ourselves. The Dand Hoys have improved that electorb living in any unorgan ized county may vote at any election precinct In the county to which such county 1s attached for Judicial pur poses; aud provided further, that any voter who Is subject topay a poll tax under the laws of the State of Texas shall have paid said tax be for offering to vote at any election in thk State and hold a receipt show ing that said poll tax was paid before wonderfully since starting in with ! th flrst da5" of February next pre- throughout the State on the fourth Saurday In July, 1021, at which all voters favoring satd proposed amend ment shall write or have printed on their ballojs tho words: For the amendment to Section 2 ot Article 6 of tho Constitution of the State of Texas providing that only native born or naturalized citizens ot the United States shall be qualified electors In this State, and providing that either the husband or wife may ray the poll tax of the other and receive the receipt therefor, and permitting the Legislature to authorize absentee voUng." And all those opposed to said amendment shall write or have printed on their ballots, "Against the mix -ndiuent to Section 2 of Ar tldo C of tho Constitution of the State of Texas providing that only nntlvo born or naturalized citizens of the United States .shall be quali fied electors in thU State, and pro viding that either tho husband or wife may psy the poll tax of ihe other and receive the receipt there for, nnd permitting tho Lr!slature to authorize absentee votin? " Sec. 3. The Governor of the State is hereby directed fo lsj ie the neces sary proclamation for said election Mid have the same published as re quired by tho Constitution, and ex isting laws of the State. Sec. 4 That th sum of Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars, or bo much thereof as may be necessary Is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the Treasury of the State of Texts not otherwise appropriated to r7 the expenses of such publication and election ( A True Copy, t 3 L. STAPLES, Secretary of State. 4S ASPIRIN Name Bayer" on Genuini W arning! Unless you see the name "Haycr" on parkue or oa Ubleti ou are no geiti:i genuine Aspirin pre.ii rilioj by physicians for twenty one jears and proved safe by million! lake Aspirin ou!y as told in the Bay er package for Col Is. Ileadacho, Neu rnlgla. Rheumatism. Earache, Tooth ache, Lumbago an 1 for pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Uayer Tubleta of Abpirin cost few cents Drmgtsts also sell larger packages Aspirin Is tha trade mark of Bayr Manufacture of Monoacetlcncld sfer of 9licyllcacld. their organization and they have done it all by themselves, With some In duction now, whlchk by all means should not be neglected, Snyder will bnve a bnnd to be proud of Noah made a great mistake when he took the flies Into the ark and then let them loose again. South western Plainsman. cGLAUN Service Station M Remember when in need of Tires and Tubes we sell them on very close margin. Also carry a full line of accessories, Oils, Gasoline and Kerosene, and do all kinds of repair work. Give us a trial and be convinced. , STUDEBAKER & DORT AUTOMOBILES CJcGiaun G Stewart Phone 27 NtyilOK OF ELECTION T INCKEASE TAX RATE Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the county court house in Snyder, within the Snyder Independent school district, cn the 3rd day of June. A. D., 1921, to determine whether the Board of Trustees of the Snyder Independent School District shall have the power to annually levy and collect a tax upon all taxable property In said dls trict,.of ONE HUNDRED CENTS, on the f 100.00valuatlon of taxable property in said district, Instead of FIFTY CENTS on the flOO.OO valu ation of taxable property In said dis trict as they are now authorized to do and thereby increase said tax rate from FIFTY CENTS on the 1100.00 valuation of all taxable property In said District to ONE HUNDRED CENTS on the f 100.00 valuation of all taxable property In said district, for the purpose ot support and main tenance, purchasing, constructing, repairing and equipping aqhool build ing, Buch tax, If voted, to be levied nnd collcted for the year 1921, and annually thereafter, unlesa It be dfscontlnued as provided by law. P. M. Bolln Is hereby appointed presiding officer o fsald election and he shall select two Judges and two clerks to assist him In holding the same, and he shall within five days after said election has been held, make due return therof to the Board of Trustees of the Snyder Independ ent school district jn Scurry county, Texas, as requl'ed by the law for holding a getieral eWtlon. The Ballots for said election shall have written or printM thereon the following: "For Increase of school tax." "Agilnst Increase of sMiool tax. Said election wal ordered by the redlnc 6uch election. Or If said voter shall have lost or misplaced said tax receipt, he or she, as the case may be, shall be entitled to vote upon making affidavit before any of ficer authorized to administer oaths that such tax receipt has been lost. Such affidavit shall be made Jn writ ing and left with tho Judge of the election. The husbaud may pay the poll tax of his wife and receive the receipt therefor. In like manner the wife may pay the poll tax ot her husband and receive the receipt therefor. The Legislature may au thorize absentee voting. And this provision of the Constitution shall be self-enacting without the necessi ty of further legislation. Sec. 2. The foregoing constitu tional amendment shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors ot the State at an election to be held To Tea and Coffee Users Messrs. Higginbotham Bros. & Co. are our exclusive selling agents for Snyder. We do not sell or ship any other dealers. Consequently their store is the only one at which we can guar antee consumers will receive our importations genuine and fresh. Chase & Sanborn Saving Develops Manhood and Strength of Character Money saved and banked is an evidence of your stability, thrift and foresight. Without money you cannot accomplish much. It is a handicap that invites mental and physical depression. The First National Bank solicits your account and ma neip juu in yuui ueiciiiuiiuiiuii iu lurge aneaa overcome your proneness to wastetulness. to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SNYDER, TEXAS A :r.