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THE SNYDER 8ICKAL, SNYDER, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADS Want Ads briox Results 10c a line each issue-40c minimum price. No Classified Ad Charged. It's Cash FOR SALIC Three room house and two lots iu East part of town. For furjher Information call at Slganl officii. TOR SALE A house and lot iu Hernileigh, also farm. See E. N. Cummlngs, Herralelgh, Texas. 22p. FOR SALE Teams, wagona. tools, cows, hogs, and feed, for further in formation apply at Signal office 22p FOH SALE One Duroc sow, 1" year old, has pigs, one O. I. C. male, 1 yr. old, pedigree furnished. For sale or trade. See A. P. Morris. 21tf Now is the time to subscribe for the Signal. $1.60 per year. FOR SALE 4 room house, bath, on 'west sM E. C. Neeley at Stlmaon Drue Co. 18tfc FOR SALE OR TRADE I Have a practically new Ford Truck for sale or trade for cattle. See A. L. Casey on oute No. 4. 24p FOR SALE I have wood and post for sale, or will give It to you if you wl'J grub It. G. G. Carney, llobbs. Texas. 24p. LOST Three G dollar bills and two one dollar bills, last Monday Nov 7. Thought I lost them about Cnton-Dod son Dry Goods store. Finder please notify Joo Merrett. SALESMAN WANTED Experience not RfceBsury, year round Job. Ad dress J. L. Suits. Dalhart, Texas. tVHAT COULD BE MORE appropri ate than "The Old Nest" for Thanks giving day? Rev. E. Christian was at Austin this week. Ideal Gift. You can not give your family or friends a more acceptable gift than Baby's Photograph, when made at WIMIams Studio. Snyder, Texo. A real keepsake throughout the year. The Photograph you give this Christmas will stand as a constant reminder of your loving thoughtful neaa. Be photographed this year on your birth day at the Williams Studio, Snyder, Texas. Your Chrixtnia Portrait.1.. Of course you will have your jio ture takeu this year. Yourao'i noth lug so completely satibfylng as a fine portrait made by a professional pho tographer. Arrange a sitting at Williams Studio, Snyder. Texa. Help! Help! We are going to put on a drive for members next week and want sev eral men and women' and boys and girls anyone over 16 years of age to solicit members In Snyder and sur rounding country. We pay a liberal commission. Exprience unnecessary. Once Solicitor made about 44 0.00 in three days this week. The First L. L. I). Association. Rev. E. Christian, Sec. Phone Res. 116, Office 196. Sen the beautiful pictures in the Collins ultrafine foUlors, at tho Williams Studio, Snyder, Texas. Tailored Clothes at V PRICE These are real Bargains Baugh & Webb East Hit Sqcsrt Kpworth Lcaguo Program. November 13, 1921, 4 p. m. Leader, Gordon May. Subkct, Stones of Bible Characters Song. Scripture Heb. 12:1. Song. The story of Joseph, El'jen Jame son. Piano Solo, Uubinelle Johnson. The btory of Eaniel. HubeTt Cur ry. The story of Elijah. Jennings Ket ncr. Sonu. roll called, Song. League Benedicion. I"OttMER HN'YDER MAN WILL 4 ItK FIRST ASS'T ATTV CKX. IbipiiMtf JMdies Aid. Baptist Lndlea Aid met in regu'ar business meeting the 7th of Nov. Mrs. A. P. Morris led the devotion al. Tho president then took the chair after which the minutes were read and Hpproved. The reports rom committees were very good. Our year books for 1922 are ready for the press. The president was instructed to pledgd for Buckntr'a Orphan Home at the convention and the offering Rent by the Ladie this fall amounted to 1111.30. As then was no other business we adjourned. Reporter. IVehbyterluDN Have Social Meeting. Tho members of tho Presbyterian Sunday School enjoyed a very excell ent Luncheon at the church last Fri day right. The gathering was well at tended and the social features ns well as the repast wero delightful to all who attended. At th) clos of the entertainment the alu!t Bible clasur of the school were organized. Tho organization of the 'Men's Bi ble class Is as follows: 11. W. Waterman, president; Ray F. Hardin, secretary-treasurer. Kev. C. G. Wright, teacher. Other members of the chifiR. ('. U. Buchanan, Noah Jones. W. F. Ber tram. D. 1. Rhodes. C. E. Ferguson, T. L. Higglnbothnm, J. A. Stallings, 11. F. Manske. Sam Wilburn. D. P. Str.lvhorn. D. F. Wilson, H. C. Wi!- on. John Andrews. This .men's bible class is wide awake and propovR to do thlnps. Brother Wright is a most excellent teacher, and all men, young or old, that are not members of some other Sunday school in the city, aro most cordiiil y Invited to join this class. Go to Sunday school and by your Vrrsi-ii. e and lv.-lp add to the moral it; ; religions sentiment of th coni ra.inii;. . Austin, Texas, Nov. 7.' leaving for Washington to represent tho State of Texas in. the Rod River boundary case Attorney C. M. Cure ton lot bis friends know that he will not be a candidate for Attorney Gen eral to succood hlrasolf, "nor for any political office." This decision was in fluenced by the recent illness of Mr. Curcton and the overwork in the boundary case. Physicians have ad vised and urged Mr, Cureton to stop work fit once, In view of recent heart attacks; but Mr. Cureton refuses to take a rest until the boundary dis pute is finally submitted to the courts which will be some time next year. It was generally believed in po litical circles that Mr. Cureton would be a gubernatorial candidate upon the expiration of his next term as At torney General at the completion of Governor Neff's time-honored second term. Keeling Not Cnndidatc. Coincident with tho announcement by General Cureton, it was also learn ed authoritatively today that First Assistant Walter A. Keeling will leave the State's service about the first of the year and will not be a candidate for Attorney General to s.ic ceed his present chief. Judge Keeling will enter private practice, probably In Houston. It Is known that a large law firm has of fered him a partnership and that he has conditionally accepted. With both Cureton and Keeling out of politics no one is being groomed in the Attorney General's department to succeed to the title, nnd the State's next chief law officer will probably come from the outside. It is understood that Assistant At torney General E. F. Smith is slated to be elevated to the position of First Assistant when Judge Keeling retir s. Mr. Smith is not a political aspirant. With the exit of Mr. Cureton from public office Texas politics loses one of its most prominent figures. He has served in the I'gMature wlili (list Inc. tlon and was First Assistant Attorney General before being e'ected to his present place. As a legislator he wm the author of wveral Important pieces ol legislation, including the bunk guaranty fund law and others. As At torney Oneral he lias represented the State in a, number of cases of the highest Importance, inc'uding the railroad rate controversies, the at tack on the nctlonnl transportation set and tlie present boundary contest. Air. Cureton wrote the State conser vation statute. Judge- Keeling likewise, has been identified with some of the rurt im portant litigation in which the 6tate of Texas was a party, besid f, hid ing written the prohibition law amend ments, and was in charge of the dry ei.forcement. He tame from Lime Mono County. Mr. Cureton is from Bosiue County. , Last Friday afternoon under the ' auspices of the club extension com tmittee of the Altrurian Club, a nura- B:fore ber of girls met for the purpose of organizing a companion club, to the Altrurian of younger women. After a brief discussion of the purpose and plans for the club, we adjourned to meet later. Monday night we were received In the hospitable homejof Mrs. H. O. Towle, by the Misses Trowbridge. Tho club whs organized. Mrs. Bell served as temporary chairman, Mr. Rob Strayhorn si temporary secre tary. Th4 following officers were elected: Miss Dorcas Porter, Pres ident. MIhs May McCHnton vice pres ident. 'Miss Corlne Trowbridge, Sec retary, MIbs Cecil Strayhorn, Treas urer. Mrs. Tom Winston and Mrs. H G. Towie vry ably assisted Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Stroyhorn In completing the plans for the club, offering val uable suggestions for making our year's work worth while, Later in the evening a letter was read by Mrs. Strayhorn asking the clubs to cooperate with the teachers and schools for "A Better Speech week." A motion was adopted that we indorse the plan suggested, after the business session wns adjourned, we very eagerly entered into a "Co, ac quainted contest." In which we deci phered each member name through mysterioiiM pictures. Forty-two. was played. Miss Strayhorn winning high score. Mrs. Towle and Miss Lottie Mc Math assisted the hostesB In serving refreshments to the following. Misses Palmer, Halley. Pierce. Morton. Wick er, Runkles. Bolin, May, Strayhorn. Strayhorn, Riley, Clark, and McCHn ton. The Club will meet strain with Miss May. Nov. 21. Reporter. L. boy. L. boy. With Record. N. Halrston and wife, Nov. 9, a I. RobinBOn and wife, Nov. 7, a 10 R. Lee Coulter and wife, Nov. a girl. Albert Allen Uaze and wife, Nov. 9, a boy. W. I.ee Sturdivant and wife, Nov. 2, a girl. R. L, Thurman and wife, Nov. 6, a girl, J. R. Adams and wife, Oct. 31, n girl. I Omer J. Denson and wife, Nov. 1, a girl. Robert H. Curnutte and wife, Oct. 28, a girl. WlUle Lee Etheridge, and wife, Nov. 2, a girl. A. J. Leggott, and wife, Nov. 2. a boy. John Keller and wife, Oct. 31. a girl. Mr. Bell of the Bell Tire and Rub ber company left this week on his annual hunting trip to Southewest Texas. Howell Harpole was here Sunday from Abilene, Simmons CoUege, on a visit with home folks. Parent- Touchers. The Parent-Teachers membership Committee wishes to thank all who contributed to the success of the re cent compalgn. One hundred and seventy-seven members have been en rolled up to date. Miss Palmer's room and the Senior Class won the f 10.00 cash prises given by the Association for securing more mombers than any other room. 1 MRS. R. W. WEBB, ' Chairman Membership Committee, of Parent-Teachers Association. NOTICE AUTOMOBILK OWNERS AND TAX PAYKTW I have received the automobile reg istration seals for 1922 and can is sue your seal now. The law requires that all automobiles be registered by Jan. 1st. Also we are In the midBt of Tax Paying time again. The weather i been fine snd tho crops are about gathered nnd we would like to sell you a tax receipt before the rush. J. H. BYRD, Sheriff and Tax Collector. Georgia Winston day from Simmons home folks. came up Satur College to vlt.it Photos are the best Xmas presents -Moore's Studio. 24c T. J. liroxson was in to see us yes- Urday. He was looking well and re joicing over a nice big turkey he had received from his son, Charley. 'Mrs. Uroxson told Mm that she could not eook that turVey because she did not inve a pan his enough, whereupon n arger pan a-- Immediately purchas ed. Guy It. Scott stat' inspector of weight and measures, and a former resident of this city, was here for a few hours Friday sliakina hands with old friends. He was detained for I some time owing to the big. wreck on th Santa Fe Just north of Sny der, and consequently could not reach his home at Lubbock. Guy says that tho State Market and Ware house Department has adopted the Slogan "One hundred per cent ef ficiency." and Its business will be conducted In an efficient and cour tou manner, ever looking to tho interest of the masses Instead of the classes. Mr. Scott will return to Sny der In tho near futuro and Inspect th virions weight and measure devices of the city. THE BUCKHORN TAILORS has just received a large lot of Campus Caps with leather Visors. See the Show Window. The Buckhorn Tailors have just received a large ship ment of Campus high grade dress Caps for young men with a genuine unbreakable leather Visor. See the Show Windows. With The Presbyterian. In the Sunday school at 9:45, a. m., on time, with a eod losson and word and rrft.vrr or the- mcetlne. The revival begins with the morn ing service. Let everybody attend. Singers of the town' ire very ur gently requested to Join the choir. Give Mr. Frazear a hearty welcomo and a good choir. Help him sing, help Bro. Erwln preach, come. Let us form a strong combination, with Christ our leader against the forces ot evil In Snyder. C. G. Wright. Pastor. Rev. Geo. Chatfleld pastor, Pres byterian church of Stamford was here a few hours Tuesday on his way to Post to attend the home Mission Conference of the Presbyterian church. See the display of the celebrated Douglas High Grade Shoes and Edmond's Foot Fitters in the Show Windows at I THE BUCKHORN Cleaning & Pressing Phone 400 ESI Farm and Ranch Loans Immediate Service' Large Ranch Loans Specially Wanted Baker, Grayum & Anderson 3EU S5S63X2 Senior l,-imne Program. Nov. 1.1, 1921, Time 6:15 p. m. Voluntary '.Margaret Voder. Song. Serlpturc reading (Acts 1-8; Luke 24-45-48) Subject, I,ambuth Program. Tioneer tt three continents, George Avery. In Africa, Edwena Barnes. Song. Bishop Lambuth's parents. Theo dore Yoder. Bishop Lambuth In China. Ora N'orred. Bishop Lambuth In Japan, Willie Fern Curry. Song. Bifho? Lambuth's prayer. Jennl Chapmn. Song, Announcements. 1 i3 Snyder So-Operalive Grocery Company INCORPORATED Wf have shown Mast Hear From Horn. Tempe, Ariz, Nov. 8, 1921. Dear Signal: Please find enclosed $1.60 for which please renew my subscription to the Signal for another year. Mutt hear fom home. Respectfully, w. I. Scrivofr. Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fondy of Floy dada were hero a few days the latter part of the week on a visit to ntrs Fondy brother, S. W. Light.' west ' of town, who has been riOtt! HI of pneumonia. A business stimulant is price making-. We save you money nnd can show jou. others why not you take advantage of these opportunities? STOCKHOLDER'S PRICES Pinto Deans, per pound - - 7c Red Beans, per pound - - - 8c Lima Beans, per pound . - - 9c American Sardines, can ... - 5c Potted Meat, can 5c Vienna Sausage, can 10c Rolled Oats, large size - - 25c Rolled Oats, umall size - 12 l-2c Armour's Post Toastie, large size - 12 l-2c No. 2 Del Monte Grated Pineapple - 22c No. 2 Sliced Pineapple - - - 25c No. 2 1-2 Pie Peaches - - - 17 l-2c No. 1 Pie Peaches - - - 12c No. 2 1-2 Yellow Cling Peaches - 30c Wheat Bran - - - NON-STOCKHOLDERS PRICES Pinto Beans, per pound - 8c Red Beans, per pound - - 9c Lima Beans, per pound - 10c American Sardines, can - - - 5c Potted Meat, can - - - - 5c Vienna Sausage, can - - 10c Rolled Oats, large size ... 28c Rolled Oats, small size - 15c Armour, s Post Toasties, large size - 15c No. 2 Del Monte Grated Pineapple - 25c No. 2 Sliced Pineapple; - - - 27c No 2 1-2 Pie Peaches - - 20c No. 1 Pie Peaches - - - - 14C No. 2 1-2 Gold Bar Yellow Cling Peaches 33c Wheat Bran ... $1.20 We want your Turkeys and other produce and e always py the highest market prices. Don't fail to see us before you sell. - Co-Operative Grocery Company, Inc. Wc deliver anywhere in the city IT r an 1 ;' ti i 'r I i Ir,