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THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER. fKXAS, FRIDAY. SEPT. 80. 1H1.
Who Said Seals Were Not Intelligent? r I BIG LIVESTOCK YEAR INDICATION AT STATE FAIR Mlsa Elva Lemons, daughter ot Mr. tinrl Mrs. V. B. Lemons has gone to Wentherford to, eater the Weather ford training srhool. Mr lemons cume in Monday and had th Slgual Ko to her. "the FMaV court alT Abilene tbU the first of the wee. ; tM ; guest : oC hi- parents, Rev. ana air v...,-... week. Tex J i farmers an I Danply Interested in Pur' j brad Show. j Ons of the basic Industrie of Te- s is looklu,; forod to u gie.tt era of development If wit; liulii .itinii fur nlshed Iit the prei..itory woik of die State Fair of Tei are taken an evi nre Tim Ii.-.-ck department is. . , I Jo Taylor Is serving as juror on Stock Raisers i Mr aud Mrs. Harry McMatti of Breokenrtdge are the guestd of Mr. and Mrs Luther Garner I, thrUtUn of Anson was here Fttiil Houston of SUton wa h"rt Saturday on business No. 3 can tomatoes pr dJ?-n $2.00 at Hlgglnbotham Bros. & Ox. w ; fs '; ' j v s ;'. : i ife:- '-.V-" r ? ' t J This old LMlow ro.iy hae whlskerH jbut that Indicates wisdom rather than age. Tie certainly knows enough to lii'.'vmtn ; n'fi inn.i t with ,hls fair ni ist rtfi. one o( the big amusements novelties at the StaU Fulr of Tetas of 1921 - DallaH. Oc lober 8 to .J -will ha this show o trained fetl.i. convoyed by u uubi tette of mil bathing beauties. TEXANS WILL SEE ! ! NUMBER OF GREAT SHOWS THIS YEAR Amutsment Program of State Fair of , Texas High In Standard and j Variety. .K IV Jtl UDKTT Kl'N OVER BV AUTOMOBILE ! Texans are known the world over as Arm friend to whutpsoiiit? amusement, ,The population of the State, living " .his leg Last Friday evening Grady Burdett Bon of lv. L. Hurdett. was run over liy an automobile und sustalnei a broken leg. He had climbed on the back end of a wngon t0 rido and w hen he Jumped off nt the street where he lived a car enmo suddenly by. not seeing him as ho came out from behind the wag on, runnlnc: over him and breaking It does In an environment tni en courdtt broad-mindedness and de velops mass intelligence, gives favor to g'Xid production in a way that leaves no doubt as L their feelings This year Texans will have full op portunity to display their love fur the tinsel, for I lie amusement program of the Stat Fair of Texas and Interna- i iriil KxpoHltion-Ot.t. 8 to 23-has JUH been announced and brings to light that Rome of the loading hIiows .of the country will msko America's greatest Fair. "Smiles of l!2l" will lead off the program as licndliiier, and it is a show well worthy of this important lank. It Is a musical revue produced under Mm dimction of Finite do Itecat, the lintel Fii'in h mail re 4e L.tliet, who will btitm the most b.-autiful chorus He was thought for a while in a t 'ilous conditiou, but later he seemed to be getting aloni? very well nnd It J hoped now that he will recover. Best Flour $2 05 per sick nt HiK ginbotham Bros. & Co. .A V- I Til' i SPECIAL SALE ON ALU I SATURDAY SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW $.50 ANY ARTICLE IN WINDOW . Texas has a big foragj crop and live-f stock interests re boomfng. .Senior I IpwtH-flv lcnfiiic rroRiam. October 2, 1921, 7 p. m. Subject: How to make the most of our Bible aud the pledge and its ful fillment. Song, 52. Tin' Lord's prayer, repeated by all. Song 121. Scripture Lesson, A', 17:11-12. How to mal.o the mo.-,t of our Bible to t!m Staie Fair tiiat has ever b-'fn jtl the' prayer nicetinus. Jennie Chap-.-.een outside New York or Chicago. 'n,.,n The show Itself will lie a sparkling medley, filled to a delightful measure with aojppy aoiij;.-.. lever d.uio'.iu. and bright hued c .ttmi'-s. "Smiles of i:r:i" will he sl.iRed lit the CoiNi-um nuidiiii; every day during Mm Fair, with one ftiow ia t!m aftertrioii and another at ni.tilit. Down on Amusement Row that weHjna knowii shownian, t'lareiico Wortham, ,,r(I :m i.xi.i.l. tntA.,itf 4 m iicrwii itti t with I w.u ... u. - . ,'":'- ",V" horn Ills series or B lows ami num. inn teatuie of the State Kalr will advance ;ma:iy noveltlcK chief among them be ting a three ring circus, which will play 1 every day duiing t'ie season. 1 liefore the grandstand in the after inooa there will be auto races, motor cycla racns and a hippodrome nhow whiA will Include some of the besk valid' llle actors La America. At niglit before the gi.iud-.lJMd a scenic of deep hlsloiic intciet will he shown It Is called. "Monfemtna. or the Last Mays of the Attecs " 'I li's show is staged on a tremendous scale, and depicts in startling fashion 'he valu s'riignte of the proud Aztecs to ith-t.iii(l the ronauei iiiK arm of '"i lez Tlmre will b- a vivid pvrole lin.c' jlsplay. fi' ituiini; tin! roaring vol1 aims of Old M'-xicn. Thefe r other attractions alo e that the Slate Fair Is aniiouni .ug from time to time. id the vUttor to the ,l',l21 Expnsitiaa is sure to find some thing of fartlcalar Interest. Quotations and Search the Scrip ture?, Leader. Liblo Study, Theodore Yoder. Suns 171!. Scripture Lesson, 2 Cor. 3:1-15. Why Africa Cannot Wait. 1st and 2nd topics, Oma Ruth Kl- ainl 4th topics. Mary Stray- What i- in v Responsibility. Leader. Souk 161 I'.enediet ion. All the youiu people are invited to come to these meetings. Come and bring someone with you. seeing its mint promising advance sea son, with Mm i'lter-nt very g-Mieial all over Urn S'.ute. Tim cause of this Is found in the i splendid f or.ix crop of lt2l In all parts of the State, in the opin'on ot j Col Frank P Holland. State Fair dl rector in riiarg of cuttle, and i.im of the most experienced men lu the st.iie In the livestock line "Texas has tunv ! pd to ft aii crops generally," he ! sjvs "And the farmers are beins more rii !:! rcwan!-'l than they ev.-r dreanmd they would he. Now the problem 's to set the most profitable j consumption of thesa crops, and the I development of small, but wellbtfil.j herd i of iiv-'t'ook ou every farm Is the proper i': wer " 'l lt-j .si.,t Ka:r ;e i -on of I9i'l. Octo ber S to Alii te a l"i.'i.il e.iut at i 'll fir i;ie f..riu -r and piosii iive s i . l j laiser I'; it. S in 1!'. e.-loc's it'di n 4r.mil Hire t.nal rn-ire tlmn y. .ml ibis will lnitig t'.i'' ti'iest bled ;i::i- Ilia Is ill An l ttm sliuw mill-; (A'tilions T'.m .ipp.o tu'i ty buy Lu-, proved -lis viii im imev., eiletl I li.nl., c i'iies in the .141 it ulur al de ! ti:tnieit of 'he Stile Fair are In u j ins out the f-i-t that sood col's aro bfing nude ever the Sta'.. ()ei a (loen coun'ies hav resijived spate-, j far conip"! ive exhibits. This Is mi iiiiu-tuaily U. ge uunibor for this ieaou j of the year Rugs Fresh vegetables at Hi.eginbotham Lrothers & Co. Ht'l llllcfejl l ipwoi-lli IeJfU.N, October 2, 1021. Subject: Thy Wl'J be dne with o'ir Time. Matt C:7-1C; LpU. 6:14-17. leader: Miss Vertna, Hudson. Song. The Lord's Prayer, re.peated by all. Scripture rr-ading. song and prayer. Junior Fpwortii Iaciie I'K'KTani. October 2, 1921. Subject: Thy kingdom come In tho v orld. Song No- 17 '.. Song No. 293. Prayer Scripture Matt 6:7-15, Fred Yoder. Scrlpturo reading Mat 4:8-11, Jrace Avery. "Thy Kingdom Come" through prayer, Mrs. Hicks Thy Kingdom come through giving, Ruby Curry. His kingdom come through saving, Lucile Brown. His kingdom -come through service, Howell Yoder. Story. How the Texas Missions were founded. Lydia May. Song 291. League Benediction. No. 3 can pumpkin per ran 10c nt Higiubotbani Bros. i .' . - - Hernil-ilB. V. 1. I. October 2, 1921. Subject: Tim Golden Uule. Malt 7: 7-12. Lender, Mrs. Car-io:;. Serif. tine t'-ad:i;i. Miss Viola I'.ar-foot. Introiiuct.'iii talk by leatier. This rule woull abolish war. Miss HutU C H ! t . It woultl i-nii ail trouble between 1 1 lifs r ami capital, Mis Kate LouJt r. It would end ull troubles between f idivid'iats. .Miss Tlu-lma Farcason. All human suffering woultl b! re lieved as speedily as possible. Mls Dosi.i Callis The Gospel would speedily be cur ried to all the world. Miss Minnie L.-o Williams. This rule calls f'r a reign of love in the hearts of men. Mr. Bob Adams If we all practiced the Golden rule I what then? Round table discussion. Song and benediction. Congoleum Linoleum 9x12 and one piece. These rugs have just arrived from the factory and are just the thing you have been looking for. Come see them. DON'T, MISS THIS SALE BLACKARD Hardware Co. : Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Sealy Mattresses We still have nonie New Perfection Oil Stoves at the market price We Sell Everything in Hardware and Furniture Ji : Fresh vegetables at Hicglnbothiini Brothers & Co. Oct Hid Ann Broken. W. H. Shuler had the misfortune of Kettlnf hU arm broken last Sat urday np at ths Compress. Bis wagon tonrnsj struck a wire throwing hlrn nt Bis arm tu broken about the wrist. j Mr. Shuler said It could hare been worse and he Is taking It complats-antlf. ; ' Hi Brotlier Tb-l. 1 J. C. Maxwell was railed to Anson j lust week to the bedside of bis broth er who was seriously ill and who lat er died. Mrs. Maxwell left Monday to Join Mr. Maxwell at Anson. , j Mrs H. L. McCormiek who has W. M. Caruthers of Ir me round Wednesday and mored np a notch with the Signal. Mr. Caruthers rnii cn Kaeh Iacuer answer .said he would make about A third of with Bible verse. k bale of cotton per aire. That fce teen visiting her daughter. Mrs. E. J. r .rfHrKsa. tad loU of COod feed, had told $150 Anderson and her son. Mr. W. B. Me- j Whose are You? Warren Fargason. worth of fruit, had lot of good neat How do we value time? Mrs. H. B. la th tmoke hc-sM, Platy bf. Urd r.rdon to lwt 1 lots Umtu Ia fact ha had" . ... V m-. b .a v-. a mat nu. A cluster of Quotations, mwj ua aa uru w hw a ) yvn; Cormlck left Wedn 'sday liome at Belzonl. Misi. for her . CalHs. Why Leagues Fali? Mr. Tom Coker. Song and benediction. Subscribe for the Signal. $1.50. ing about the whereof. Mrs. Le ?tinvn is visiting home folks at Tiallas. T.- says he don't 'think she will be tone lonr. !Mr. nd Mrs W. W. Gross and Dim ple, went to the Abilene Fair Wednes-day. Joe Stin-03 ts recuperating at Min eral Wel'4. til mZfr ' W . AT THE GRANDSTAND Lively, Snappy Program of ioor Amusements .,M'. rrilt'l 11 cV .-f "ti-. "Mi ttlf nun I. ' rr l l, I j.l liar, rt ili .t'..' ttnl t.jititf f'.lt .' t (.ii.rm I'fiorf Hir fcrjiul-tjn.l I'-i. t 4 ! r lrjjl ft piit'li iitnon ! llif K't" A''fc . : ontlcrltttly ilt-tiii.ti t'rl .Jtl ul I'lmi'irJi ' pit, . utcr J If-t tjo Spectaular Acrobats, Oesth-Defying An ists, Nsvel Animal Acts, Fsatur Ice Shsting MEXICO'S GREAT BAND , llif FI4.Ij Mitt. At Srr litn.'ii. IIj.ji. Ii tn( a rll i pit', nd ncttrj him.-I otjini.i liuat, will bf (litre Put the State Fair on Your Schedule Vrt y?r ii fomplrtr (ir inr Tf:n rn'r ii s-lni ini'luHr iil to lit Mile l-.m ot Ti l'' .'in Kifii cl ucjtiii jl J. ttK ft ton il trnti r ,t t h ': ir POFUUf RITE 01 ILL STEAM 119 EIEC.HC L115S mm 1 i V U 'C