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, THE SNYDER SIGNAL, SNYDER, TKXAS, FKIDAY. OCT. 14, 1921.
T M D Kl K Of the White Produce Company when you have Chickens, Eggs, Hides or Cream to sell. We are in the market at all times with the highest cash prices. Call anywhere in the city for your chickens. i K. L. TERRY, .Manager Next to the Bridge PHONE 71 HERE'S A SNAP. Ouo of the best located, clot in and most comfortable homes in Say der to' bo sold ut a sacrific. This property will rent for forty dollars per month and Is we'l worth $4,000, but the owner Is leaving ard waMs to sell quick for three thousand and will take a car as part of first pay ment and glvo easy terms on bal ance. Soo Autry, or phone 331. II T. J. Uasaaway and brother, P. P. UuBaway, motored down to Atilene Sunday. emu Was Very Weak "Alter the birth of my baby 1 had a back-set," writes Mrs. Alattie Cross white, of Glade Spring Va. "I was very il!; thought I was going to die. I was so weak 1 couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. 1 took . . . medicine, yet 1 didn't get any better. 1 was constipated and veiy weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardui." TAKE K1 m Red Cross Trains 147 Blind Vets In Useful Work Training designed to fit them for the battle of life wm taken by 147 blind ed e-iervice men nt the Ited Oons In stitute for the Mind, near Baltimore, Md., during the flucul year 191101921, Recording to the report f the Insti tute for that period. Of this number, 10 huts gone on to other Institutions, In almost every ruse to Institutions where those hav ing sight are receiving udvanced edu cation. The blind ex-service men who have entered such Institutions are pro vided with special text-books In Braille, reading which they were taught st the Ited Cross Institute. .Twelve men have pSMied from the Institute to successfully carry on some ocupMtlon or business for which they were fitted by special training. A few have withdrawn from the Institute be cause of poor ')imch1 condition, 14 are receiving further "training on the Job" and &7 are still In training. I'ARIt:T.TEACHEIW AKS'.V OIUJAMZKI) AT PUNX Red Cross Plans $6,000,000 Effort To Save Children The Woman's Tonic "l found after one bot tle of Ca.ditl 1 was im proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhitf. ,,;ix bot tles of Cardui and ... J was cured, yes, I can say they were a Ood-send to me. I believe 1 would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly trou bles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthen ing tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be jurt what you need. All -$5 Druggists 3 Medical care fc'id clothing for thou sands of children in Central mid Knit cm Europe are outlined the activ ities of the American lted Cross In Europe for the curi-ent year, says statement on the eve of the Annual Holl Call of the organization. These activities, supplemental to the feeding operations of the Europeuii Uellef Council of which Ifsrhert Hoover Is chairman, are designed to provide the most udcqui'te mid balanced relief within (lis resources of prlvitte phi lanthropy. Through the CbtiihllshmclU of child welfare stations in the centers of pop ulation of ihoKe countries whero ade quate Medhtil care is not now obtain able, the American Ited Cruns plans to provide the meiiiciil aeslftuiice need ed to restore these children to h nor mullv hcultl.v life. The aiun of 1ft.- IX himi hns Ift-u made available for lliis wmk, At the Invitation of Supt. M. K. Maples, tho people of Dunn met with Mrs. Hob Strayhorn, county organiz er of the Parent-Teachers Associa tion, at the school house, Sept. 23, 1921, ut 3 p. in. for the purpose of organizing a parent teachers associa tion. The house was called to order by Mrs. Strayhorn. Mrs. Maples was elected temporary chairman and Mrs. Green, temporary secretary. An ad dress was Riven on the purpose of the parent-teachers association by Mrs. K. J. Anderson of Snyder. Mrs. J. A. Stalllngs of Snyder told what methods were used at North ward to Interest parents and cause them to attend. Mrs. Strayhorn explained what means wero used to raise funds. The constitution and by-laws were adopted, and tho nanio of Dunn par- fleers nominated by acclamation. The following were elected: Mrs. Hancock, president, Mrs. Dlll- jlngsley. 1st vice president, Miss Myrtle Hancock, 2nd Vice President, Mrs. Ethel (Jreen recording secre tary. Mrs. H. H. Amos, correpond Injr secretary. M. K. Maples, treasur er. Tho conRtittiun and by-laws were adopted, an Uthe name of Dunn par ent teachers Association was decid ed upon. Tho central work was gone over In open discussion. On motion the meetings are to be held twice each month. A resolution of thanks was voted Meadames Hob Strayhorn, E. J. An derson and J. A. Stalllngs, for the aid and Information so generously given. The meeting then adjourned to meet at 3:30 p. m. Oct. 7. Mrs. Ethel Green, Recording Secretary Prof. Guy E. Casey of Camp Springs was In the city Saturday. Hs t making arrangements for his school there where he will be prin cipal another term. Mr. Casoy Is a good school man and has bulK the Camp Springs school up to one among tho best rural schools in the county. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Sears havo re turned from Crowell. They will mako their home la Snyder. Porto Ttlco Yams in bushel baskets at 1. CO per basket at Waro & Ware 18 57 Raymond Palmer & Company Mtmbcri A Aarka Coftoa aad Greta Bachaoa 81 Broad Street New York Orders solicited for Purchase or Sale of TON For Future Delivery in ODD or ROUND LOTS in units of 10 BALES upwsrd Send for Fttt DooUtr T-3j - Fact Abo-f Com Twiinj COT V G Making Extraordinary Mileage a Certainty - Car Owners want more rubber on the tread where the wear is hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and powerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of the car owners. Read Letters Below Records from 29,000 to 57,000 Miles er oYI Epworth IPae Program. October 1C, 1921, 4 p. m. reader, Noel, Banks, dubject. Children In China. Song 111, Song, Song. Scripture (Rom. 10:14-15, 2 Tim. 3:14) Leader. Song. Chinese Children at Home and at School, Noel Banks. What Lee Siaobao learned from the miwtion school, Buby Nell Johnson. Our Missionaries in China First Junior, Jimmie Leo nrldge man. Second Junior, Fred Voder. Third Junior, Maurice McMillan. Boll call, announcements, song. League Benediction. The Scurry County Chambe Commerce is giving sound advice when they send out the warning to be on the look ou for fakers. Money grabbers and get-rich-qulck-W ailing ford schemes. They will crop out where money Is plentiful and Scurry county would be good picking. Let's keep our money at home. THE LUBBOCK SANITARIUM A Modern Fireproof Building Puiiir.nfvil fnr Medii-nl and Sur- r cnl Ca" X-Ilay and Path- ologicnl Laboratories WTO an iar sari m w. '84 Y . Cotton Crop t'linsmilly Early. I'p to September 2uth. this year then- wi-i-f 5 :: i .. bales of cotton gin ned i-i Scurry county compared with 1 2 .r bales gii.n. J; to September 25. 1920, bo fcaya the department of Com merce bureau of the Census at Washington. Dr. J. T. Krueger Otpt.-iI FurRcry Dr. J. T. Hutchinson Kvr Kjr. ,Sve ami Throat ' Dr. M. C. Overton ilctirrnl M-licinc Dr. O. F. Peebler Criicrnl Moliiitie Ann J. 1 ognn, R. N. S"i'er'ntcnici't Mamie A. DuvU. R. N. A.t'l. SpI. Hrlrn E. GrUlilh. R. N. I lirtian C. E. Hunt, Business Mgr. A ihsrirrt-l Tra-nititr S-'liol i ci" I'.uctcl hy .Mini Anne D. Logan, ii. N.. Su) tiiitc-n.lci t. Rniilit. hcntihy y((!ll wot-:cii whr tlriic to tulcr my a-l-lrfM Mist I.rpan tI'l Cord Tires built the Firestone way could not fail to produce mileage. Every day, from all over the country, comes the word that 10,000, 20.C00 or 30.000 miles are frequent and consistent records. 6t-t. IS. I Ml r.ifion Tin 4 k..bbi Ce., 1aSaonvi'c tiraiu'h. )acnnvi!.t. Kiunii. rntlmn : 1 i.ibnl l-titwilh th h.siot c s ' fit ii Coi'l his Th tits Km run 5? S00 nJs. 1 hsvt isircsdtd it stven times Tfc stl-t milt lo s h iflrtsd. tut . M v.vuu i ilnrS rcu will ('" hs is s irnsrtshls rt oid It i stpciiclly unususl s 1 Inuw l'it owner to l s sow Hrivvr. How vt. tt t,iT ' tits fjroptt infliticm Tht tirt in qutiMin is not ycl out ol scrvirs snd hs rvsry indiisron ot being suHirisnl r ''if ,n eil'ti rttrsd 1 sm mailing photographs un ocr rrsrstr tovtr. C. V. t'tnnry. Plsnt City. FIs, FAB XVI C 30X 3V2 blON SKID EXTRA SIZE $ 13 In this tsbne tlrs ss In uf teril mil cnly Firtitons rssourtss snd npsn imi csn srovids this sjusliiy st itis pnis. Now and then they are empha sized by unusual Instances such as quoted below. Performances like thete demonstrate the ulti mate possibilities of Firestone Cords under careful driving. sept. a. mi The i;isy E Mack Co, Tnntacntn HaianM Pisco, M.nnnpi-ii Cratltirsn : tt curt to sno tUst sow migM ko hMorostsi in is m.lfags that 1 ofcisinod Irwm I ho sot ! Firsaiens told tus oo mf Uodgs cous Ths hrst tiro wsot oor It.- ratios. Tfcs socooo! tus iollo4 op n.lloogs ol kslwoow Jt.ftOO and It Hi Thsso wvrs kwth rcsr Hiss and had cut cons.iiorabl tr chs as. Ths two IroM Itrts hss gono heiltr thai. JJ.gM wblos and ars still in good lonoitioa. I aipact to gtt at loost sg.oot snilss Iroas ssch el that 1 nros) scsrtsly aay that ths Pn-estOM Cord will b ssy lira iho-.cs lor ths funira. Archio II Board. Lai all BM Miasaaoobs. Ml fvl CORD TIRES 1 GDs""I i SNYDER TIRE & RUBBER CO. atoir.-Oodsii Ory oods oinnipainiy See our big stock of Blankets. We can save you money and keep you warm Prices: $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 - alioira-Oodsotni Doy ds Commpairay mi f'i 7