The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, No. THIRTY-SIX, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1918 Page: 3 of 8
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TO! MVDm IIOMAL MM MV MVIWT OOCHTT TIIU
The sinking of th TukuI
dermal u no "" ib
men! betwsen the Bolahevikl to call
AMKIUCAN PHOrl.1 ABOCKK
aroualng Ibe American people to
throw everything we hers Into 'the
war to'defeal Qerman autocracy. Jt
i hoped the disturb ng elements In
Congress will "top their Oerman aid
4 activities and aave thll nation and
all the world from the curse of mil
. mA fllr n I
T.tV IT! rJMIHTlTI'TH i
KOII NAHTY CALOMKL 1
Hurt Your Liter Wlt'iont Making
Yon Nick and Cannot Salivate
f Brrry druggist In town your
irttgptst and evrrbody'a druggist
(at noticed a great fulling of In thi
sale or calomel. The all give the
Mine reason. Iiodsona Liver Tone Is
taking It" P'-
"Calomel la dangerous and people
know It while Dodaon's Liver Ton.
li perfectly nfe nnd give better re-
aul's" said a prominent local drtiR-
fil. Dtideon Liver Tone ! poron-
ally guaranteed by every druUI
who Kiln H. A large botlle costs t
emit and If It fall! to rive relief In
every ease of liver sluggishness and
constipation you 0"1 10 "
for your money back.
Doilaolt'w Livor Tone In a pleaeanl
tasting purely vegetable remedy
harmless to both children and adnlta
Take a ipoonful at night and wake
A up feeling fine; no biliousness elck
headache acid rlomneh or cnntlpa-
T ted bowels. It doean't gripe like vio-
lent calomel. Take a done of calomel
today and tomorrow you will eel
sick weak and nnusented. Don't low
a day's work I Take Dodson's Liver
Tone and be fall of rigor errt umui.
"W ffr On iriirvlrrrt TtV.rn Hwr
Iter tnr cm of r.i'ftrrh thru rnnnot ba
I -carwl by Hall's rjiUrrh Mtdlrl io.
Hall's Catarrh Mufilcltifr h.i ln taVtB
by Aalarrh auffcrera fur Iti" p( thirty-
0v years and haa bcnni known a tha
moat rfllahlf rm1v fr ratatrh. HnU'B
Catarrh MrtlMna nrl thru (he nioo) on
lha Mueoua aurfarca tw Hint" tha PM-
rtn from tha Blooa and bcallnf tha dla.
Afiar you laWon TTall'a Catarrh
M4irtn for ft abort tlma you frill .
fr.tt impwomant In yo' J""1
health. Utart Uklnir Hiira Chtarrh M-rti-flno
Mt onra ar.4 H"t rid of eaurrh. Band
1nr tfitlmontala. fr.
r J rtiKNKT rn.. Tolado Ohio.
Bnld by a'l truwiata. 7V-.
Notice Iroai Dennott.
Tha new Dermott Oraln ttora ra
teday unloading three ear loadl of
mmt laucb ai grala of all klndi.
flour.'corn meal elwver and prairie
hay. 'A limited amount of cotton
eeed predueta. Prim In Una with
ether airketa. Com e(ore It li all
SKf. i. W. RUBBELL.
'P. O. Stone Calee.
1. "W. -Tampleton ta Again hand-
ling the celebrated T. 0. Stone
Cakea. Oeatranteed to ee.freah and
Tha flhrnal khrme about
It but It eaa't forego the pleaauM
of nvrndlrm-wongratnlatlewa to Mr.
nd Mr. 8aaV Wellborn en tke com-
ing to their name recently flf fine
WOMEN ARE NEEDSD
i-z-v imwri m i p.r 11 A K
H9 the woanoVi in mskiii nji
anliiitiri' iki-a tjifi i.a Umiwrnu
irther waya. J.lny .American mmumn
rare weak paleaw apeaiio (rom nauuxu a
fall. Kr ft0it BirJa jn rntvr:nK
womanhood ; ir wuiaen M the cmi-
el time) nnraVii; .muili-T ami evury
nv)inan who ia rundown ' tin i ir
r-.n.k.gf. fktwrtor (Krirce i avirite
'ratcription ii pectdl. aafe Mil
y tam help. It ea " aa "
Lt'jrm or 80 cent. AH niHffjati.
T u i n. pi.m. ItavrtlMta' Hotel and
nriil Inatitiite t-unwa m
Jar trati package tabiewg.
.Pau0Tk: v.- In tl nealth.wM
weak al nervous
ranlla. 1 tiled
vera) klutla of
meJIdnea but (tot
tiKtk I r.
lUm. I f noil Hint
It did iho mora
good than any-
hinir I t'vrr tmk
It and me ai:l I
' i 'r"j-)5.'''
" Dr. I'l.TCe'l Ben
A. Done atT S. Wt .sireiL
tru y and thankfully
4r I have lake
A. (L'Oittor fierce
(T rivmrl'.o rreacrlpuon
and It oi"
world of gnod.-
vKu..'K Yard station.
llr Pierce'. Pellet r the original little
1 lv.r Wll. fine Utile. Poll"' "' ''''
I ehnrnfora I cathartic. .W by jlni-
gtb. lor nearly 7"" a"'J
TOCKMCN TO PARTICIPATE
DICCT7T P'IRStS EVER HUNO
IN IOUTHWEST SHOW
SHOV OPENS LIASICHII
Automobilt Cihlhlt and Military
Stunt. Will Fa Hurt. Rodaa An
ArrnrrllntE to fin pramUim llf't
now bftnn d!Mili"''-(! nmonn the live
Ptork poil of t'.io BntitliwfBt tnnrn
tl!nn f 400i0 In rnh and tncrchan-
i1la prliM will bn given awn tha
wpph nf March 11 ly l Snti'h'vfa-
turn Kxpoaltlon and Pnt Stm-k S'iow. j
Thn FxpniiUnn whlrh haa tnknn ovor
thn Nat'onal FfPilor' nnd Itrn-'drrV
ftlinw. la to ho ojirratcd alrna brmid- j
fr llnM llinn wna thp old orMnlta- I
Hon. Nnt only arn tha liventnok in-
icrfa'ta to rrrrlva attention but an j
xtpna!va raprnaantatlon of tha ln-
dnatrlal and bntin Initlttitfona at .
the roimtry will be hii.
SnoHaJ atlnntlon ! b"lnn riven
(Ma year to tha dalrylnn Internal! i
For yenra In the paat the ahow ca I
tered to Jeraey caitte. Tha year a
dlvlalnn hta been (rrantcd to th
Ilol.teln herde and nr. C. II. Ibrrle
nf Fort Worth pre.ldent of the Tct-
aa llolnteln-Frleilnn llreedera' Club
and Prof. J. W. Itldaeway of rolle:.-o
en..v. .;;h;. 'of thl.'pitrt.cnlar
varletv nf milking itork. In k'
Ing with the plana of theae rentle-
men. the Rxpo tlon management haa
aet nalde a conslilerahle amount of
money to be alven aa prlzet. All
anlmala to comt.ete for three prlree
nit he recnriled In the lloliteln-
Friealan ReKlmry Aaaorlallon owner-
alilp to be proven by record of
the club either In the form of reg-
istration or transfer certificate. No
animal ella'hle to entry In trite rlaae
unle. nwned and ownership record-
ed at leart ninety day prior to tb
opening date of the ahow.
Then coming on Saturday March
IS will be the ale of ahow animal
In thl dlvlilon. The ale will be un-
der the personal supervision of Prof.
UMiewny of College Station.
The part that woman la to play In
the nffalrs of the world la unlimited.
For the first time In the hletnry of
livestock show a woman I to con-
duct the ale of Jereey blooded tock
from the ale arena. Mra. J. Riley
Ornen of Wolfe City Te-:n. haa
been elected manager of the Jeraey
eale. Mr flreen la an experienced
Jereey cattle grower and one of the
most BurcasBfol In Texas. The .fer-
ae? aale la to be held Friday March
In order to make room for sale
an wrena to be devoted exclusively
to rlvritnck trading la tn be erected
at ttie Fast end nf the grounds at
the rear of the Coliseum. An auction
stand and clerical dneka will be pro-
vided end a show ring for the ani
mals tietng o'd The arena will not I
be used however for the car lot
BtiilT aa these ale are lwa.v made
on the t'k yard and Is the pen
where the cattle are kept. Car lot
Btock Is alwsva anld to the packers
while th arena axles are generally
and ahnoxt exclusively salsa of
breeding stock. The haby beef stulf
will be add from the arena and over
the anrrtnn 'block.
Angora goata la an added attrac-
tion tn the breeding eliaa 'hi sea-
Ben. A prlxe Wet for angora haa
ben pnrclded tor and already Indi-
cations are that a very large olaaa
of exhibits will Do on hnnd. The
goat Industry la Vwomtng a feotor
In East Texas and Through the wood-
ed .ecMnn of Arxansas nnd many
breeders fore the tm-t section haw
ent In entrle already'.
Manaavtr W. R. TVnry has an-
nounced that wwre than 400 entries
In llveitoek nave already been re-
eeed This entry Mat will be aim-
netted until f'eliruary 2S whet' the
entry list will be closed.
The Fort Worth show follow upon
the heel of the Sonthwestere Amer-
ican livestock Shew of Oklahoma
City wtilrh closes Saturday. March
. Tha week before tie Oklahoma
CHy Shoer will be grren at W fl'.ta.
Kan. the K-nae National Livestock
Shew. rhSilliltorx frnra both o' tl.cee
j ahowa in ome lo the Bnuthwosler-j
j Expoaltlon. Those three ahow give
lo tee oreeflmr or rancy aocx nn j
exceptional oportunlty to meet with .
tho growers of meat nnimala as th'a
variety of atock I being prod ti e j
In Texaa Oxlihornn and Ksnms In
greater ensntltl-s than In any oi'tcr
section of the rn't. d Stalex. .
The greitet exhibition of pleasure
an aervlce cars ever made In the
Bouthweat will be mad tr.rmish the
Fort Worth Afomnblle Dealers'
Show to be held in connection with
the F.xposltlon. This exhibition I to
ba honied In an Immense building
no being conafructed nenr the Col-
Iseitm and just South of the poultry
show bnlldlr.g. I
Tb poultry show this year win
I agai be tniler t
the fort Worth 1
I Lflw th. p
j Walle Burto. of
agaii be tinder the management of
pei-snnal direction of
inn m ii
1 SATTHOS Ttkun
UKD av THa
Hnirt Henirliliig .H'al.
llalUi Teiait. February 1 19 1 H
Mr. Ilui ncM Man Addrexcd:
Ucur 8 r;
Huh .a your employee with their
lvoi and children bvcome war-ea-en
e will not properly finance Ihla
Ureal ivar In whlrh o are cmiLged.
It II require the effort of the
itch men and the poor men the em-
Dloyura and the employe..
will vou heln aell War Saving
Jtampe to your rmploym? Will you!
becomo an aKent for Ihelr
Head our hand-bonk . Form u War
We need your patriotic co-operation
In order to eell 191000000.00
of War 8-ampji In Tela tbla year.
carry them In your r.ah drawer ao
thiit your employee can buy them at
any time. When you pay them off
urge them to purchase thereby aav-
' ' '
Stale Director War-Saving Tom.
"America haa only begun tn fight
Oerman leaders now hiding their de-
Bring or Ship Scrap Iron
And I'll Pay You Market Prices
"The Boys" aer now enlisting lo Fight at Duty's Call
And help to make this Oood Old World t Oood Old World for All;
lint ere that Blessed Time shal coma aa coma It surely will
We've got lo Whip don't forget those Hun and Kaiser Bill;
And 'The Boys' will help to do It though may be not 'off-hand'
With Old Olory going before them In flghta on Sea and Land;
Well now you'll Wonder what on earth my Junk Pile has to do
With helping Uncle Sam to fight and see the Business through:
So let me ay to hearten you my Junk Pile 'Doe lit Bit
For Uncle Sam' Munitions Pint will got the most of It."
W. T. REECE Manager
Snyder Junk Co.
Owing to the high prices that
we have to pay for Laundry
supplies we are compelled to get more
for our work. Beginning March the
First we will add ten per cent to the
amount of each bundle with a mini-
mum of five cents to each bundle
whether it amounts to fifty cents or
not. We trust that no one win Diame
us for this and when the time comes
that we can do it for less We will be
glad to do so.
By S. A. Larou
aire for peace behind a aereen 01
evaelve' utteraoon nuat make n-
eara efforu to attain peace or they
will aoon feel the overwhelming
weaht of mllllona of American
Iroopa added to tha fighting force
of the alllea." prealdent Wlleon.
Two negroei were walking along
Ninth avenue dlaruaplng the wonder-
ful Invention! brought about by tha
"Yea eati" eald one "an' a friend
of mine who know kll about It (ay
die heah man Edition hm done gone
and Invented a mebnetlied bullet dat
can't nil a Oerman kalae ef dere'a
one In a hundred yard! de bullet la
drawn rUht mark am.lnut hl ptei-l
helmet . Yer eah and' he' done In
vented another one with a return at-
tachmenl. Whenever dm bullet dont
hit nnth'ng It rontea riant atralKht
hack to de American llnea."
"Dat'a what I call Inventln'" el
cla med Ihe other "lint aay. hoi
about dem cumin' heck bullet
What do dey do to keep 'em from
hlltln' otmh men?"
"Wrt. mi.h frln' didn't tell me
about It but ef Mr
Rillion made 'em
you ran bet yunh life he'a got 'em
tralned. You don't apone bed let em
k;ll an Amer'can. do yout No aah
Ile a got 'em flxt o'a they Jut ea.
back down aronn' do. gunner'a feet
l.n' any: "Oey'a all dead In Mat
trench bow. Send me to a live place
where I'e got a ahan.t to do ome
thing. New York Herald
Mr. Flurney wa In Tuesday from
his borne twenty mile southwest of
Stiyder and pn'd his respect tn the
Slgnnl. He was feeling cheend up
hy the recent ra'n.
Russia haa put herself now In
position to give the alllea ome def-
Inlte Idea nf
hat to expect.
YOU COOK YOUR
FOOD WHY NOT
YOU know what broiling
does to steak baking to a
potr to and toasting to bread
1 1 each capc f. ivor is brought
out by cool-;.i; by "Uasting."
Go you can imagino hov
toasting improves the flavor
of the Burley tobacco used in
tho Lucky Strike Cigarette.
C2 ? Gur.rantecd
To the Noble Qrand and Brothers
of Snyder Lodge No. 8t I. O.
I o. r.
We your committee most reepnc
Whereas the grim reaper Death
I ha recently ent down our dent
brother C. H. Wilson from our cir-
cle and his spirit haa been transport-
ed to the Orand Lodge above; there-
Resolved that In his death our
lodge haa lost a noble pure and
' faithful erponent of the principles
1 or our order the country ha lost a
good citizen and hi family are be
reft of the tender care and minis-
tration of love and comfort of a de-
moted husband and father. We spetik
thus because we know him to he
man of true worth tn all tho walks
Resolved that a pngo In nur lodge
minutes be dedicated tn the memory
of our deceased brother and that
coplea of these resolutions be rurn-
lehed the family ofdeceaaed and to
them we pledge our faithful watch
care aa guaranteed in our obligation.
C. W. WII.KS
J. B. JOHNSON
J. A. FARMER
The Signal learns that Homer Wa
klna haa been aaaigned a poltlon
with the Immigration hurenu at Del
Rio. He Is right up agant a Mmlcan
proposition and writes that Ift Is re-
quired tn qualify himself In the
Mrs. W. B. Onporton was report-
ed on the lck Hat this week.
UWIJ Wii inwwn iwuniBiw tbj- "
I m. TwraarvsBi of fliim mm omr 9mlT-
i jt r
M. W. Scrlvner and D. C. Arnett
were here Tuesday from Dermott.
Round Trip 0 day ticket to Ai
pine Aransas Pa BrownawIHe Coe-
pus Cbrlstl Oalreaten Palaelo ant
Port Lavaca alto othar point seat.
For particular phone Its.
c. r. kowdbm
DR. i. H. HANga&ajM
Otrte at Onqrus Bnsi O.
Office 'phone 37 . . Rea. 'shone Ut
Ms. nau A. rMKJUa
Oftlm np-ttalrs la Haert laUatnj
oa aertk stda of esjeer
II SNTBaTI TfaCM
x o. usTonm
0oe hi WIsHe.- Bulldrag
Di lUrttl mi: i
SOLD OV i
rt)R CAIUtlAf.K PAIR
OR TRUCK TRAM
fnr miilillp or nnr oihor horse we art
prpptufM. tn mniplT Iho Try boat hnr-
noffl tho money will bur and Tar
hc(tir tlmn th common nin of har.
nptm at thfl prlio. Put m to the tet
and jnv'W b glad 7011 did.
ft. P ftntATROIUI
North Hide Snyder. Testae
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The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, No. THIRTY-SIX, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1918, newspaper, February 15, 1918; Snyder, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288201/m1/3/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .