The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-FIRST YEAR, No. THIRTY-SIX, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1918 Page: 6 of 8
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Till flNTDBB ftlUHAU INT DBS MUUf COUNTf TUII
Could Not Eat or
rviaue wen uy
Mr. William K Denny Perk
Ave HprliivUe'O UUto wniM.
"1 find vmit pleasure In writing
you and thanking you tor wnai re-
una Km alrMttV don for try
have bMti trwvblad with catarrh for
years and It had aJT my head.
tlUM Ihroai ana nomarn him i
old noi eat Mr sleep with any Mt
"I hava Just takwi thre bottles I
ean Ml moil anything and am rtly
relieved of nrvmiamM. ao (hat whan
I lie down I san alooa without thi
Itatt trewble. I recommend II t all
thoaa who at luffawa af that dread-
ful disease aatarrh."
Dewey filacer who ll ititloned it
New York In the naval aerrlce lenili
Ihe movlnt spirit fur tlie Signal. Hi'
has been used to roudlna It when he
waa at home and he la ll):e Hie pe'lt
Id Bcurrr roiintir and mjn lie la Jual
Imply loat without the Slunil.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta tud Children
In Us ForOvr 30 Years
olf natuti d
A troop train irrrylnK navy bora
from Camp Kearney went Ihm on
the T. P. laat Saturday bound for
tome where on the Atlantic eoaat.
Charlie Noble of Bnyder waa In the
bunch . .
Certain artlclei ot diet tend to
check movemenli or the bowela. Tho
mole common of theae ire cheeae tea
and boiled milk. Ou the other bind
raw frulta eepeclilly ipploi mil
binanaa aim jraham bread and
Whole wheat breed promote move-
ment ot the bowele. When the bow-
ell ire bidlr eonatlpited howeror.
Ihe sure war ll to take one or two
of Chamberlain'! Tabled Immediate
ly ifter tupper.
Rot. A. D. Roberta of Plalnvlew
preached it Ihe Methodlat church
here laat Bttndiy. Kro. Roberta waa
paator of thll church l number of
rein ijto and the flnrder people ill
ThotutivtU of voluntary
Uttera from woirro ttll-
laf oi ttis fool. Cirdul
haa docil them. This t
Uh bat prool A Ihs wins
ot Cirdul. It prove thil
Ordul Is i (ood mxUcini
hlbU-formlnl Irugl hi
CirduL It Is compoMd
only ol nlld medldull
Ingradlena 1th wind
The Woman's Tonic
You cm rely on Cirdul.
Surely It will do lor you
what II ha done lor n
Buy thouundl of other
women! It should help.
"I wu tikes tick
seemed to be ... "
writes Mn. Miry E. Vale
ol Miduwa Heights Vl.
"I (ot down so wak
could hardly walk . . .
hut lUggered around.
... I reid ol Cirdul
and Ifter taking one bot-
tle or before taking quits
all I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottle at
that time and wai able to
do my work. I Like It la
Ihe apring when run-
down. I had no appctlie
and I commenced eating.
It ta the beat tonic I ever
Eat and -
TL 1. L. . 1. ll-t.lJ awtmAl.
lelnee IM prooure Plrunl Tibleta.
TUB fcTATH OK TEXAS
t'ountr of Scurry
fly virtue of an elocution laailed
lit of tlx Honorable Juallce Court of
I'reclnrl No. ll of Scurry County.
Tnii on Hie 7th day of Doccmber
A. I). 1917 br the Justice of the
Peace. In the case of J W. Jackson
vs. i. V. Uoble et al.No. 1147 and
lo me directed and delivered. I will
lirorerd to aril within the hours
prrarrlliod br law for Bale of pcr-
snnnl properlr on the 13th dnr of
Knuruirr A. I). 19U it llerm-
leih in Bcurry county Teiaa the
liillowlnl described personal proper-
fr lo-wlt: One thousand poumll of
malie heeds four hundred pnunda of
rottnn aenl four hundred flflr bun-
Ilea of mnlie alnlks and about four
whgon loads of loose mnlie itnlki
levied upon the properly of J. V.
Oolile and Wllrle (loble. to lltlafr a
Judgment oniiiuntlnit to Thirty Three
linllara and Twenty cinta 1 133.10)
with ill per cont Interest thereoii
mm the Jflth diy of November A.
I). 1917 ind roils of suit.
(liven under my hand this the Hal
day of January A. T. 191t.
W. A. MRU II KM.
Bherlff of Scurry County Tewil
My T. II. Kllla Pointy.
THE HTATK OF TKXA8.
To Thnie IndrbttM to or hnlrllnit
clnlmi afcnttiHt the eatntt of fiarah
J Mclver Decpaied.
Thfl unilarilnnrd har'ng bon duly
appointed admlnlatrktor of th eat
tate of Bnrah J Melvor doeeMcd
jlata or Hcurrr county Texaa by W.
iff. Adnnmon )ihI of tho county
(court of Scurry county. Toxaa on
lth 17th day of Jkvuary A. D.
;191H durlnR ft if mil a r term thormf
hereby notlflei all persona Indebted
to ld e tate to come forward nd
I make lettlnment and thuao having
jrlnlmt mralnst mid estate to present
them to him within the tlroe preacrlb
ed by law at hli reldence at Snyder
'n Scurry county Tpimi where he
recHroi h(e mall this the tlat day
of January. A. D. 1B1I.
Administrator of the estate of Sarah
J. Mclver Deensed.
Tho Treasury Department sends
out through Its publicity service an
appeal to working men to buy Gov-
ernment securities that ends ad fol-
lows: "Victory In this war means
that Arnerlctvn machine? shops will
continue busy for years refitting D
factories of the world with machin-
ery. Defeat means that German ma-
chinists will be busy while the Amer
lean machinists scan the help-wanted
columns of the daily papers or
wore and not at all Impidjslble
work for Oermaa masters."
RAVR THK IlKNft.
Rrery lirlng hen intd from the
j mrnis ueiurv ine iiihi wi mmj iukmiib
a Ion of about SO ntaa to the food
supply or the Nation. These em ire
viluible food minufldured liraelr
from Insects weeds and Brail gar-
bi.ee and waste. The lairs therefore
are almost whollr a net gain In hu-
man food . Moreover the hen la Juat
ae good meat after ihe hal lild thcae
egaa a before.
Save the hena ll the meeinge thbt
the United States Department of Ag-
riculture la lending broadcaet thro
press notlcea and poatere and thro
III county agents eapec'ally In the
southern poultry-ralalng aoctlonl.
Mr. P. A. Morelork of Drown-
wood wal here Lat Baturdar to
look Into Ihe oil outlook In thla
region. He hie had eeveral reare
esperlence In the Tulaa counlrr md
'a now Inloreated it Brownwood. In
eompinr with Mr. O. B. Clirk ind
l Blgni I man he went out Baturday
md Investigated the Clark well it
Union . Hr think! from the atriti re-
ported there It might be mido a
profitable proposition. He obtain-
ed here a log ot the old well and
will atudy the Indications there.
Dr. W. H. Morrow waa here
Monday from Dunn. "
1 .v-' 1
! THK I'limillll.K KKr'KtT OF
THK HL'HMIAN srlUlKNDKH
The llllle reiloo called Uerknla
sinned peace terms with Oermany
laat Baturday and thru eame an-
nouncement thit Kuasla hkd done
the lime Monday. The Ulrinlin
peace of course wae of no Import-
ance but the y'eldlaf of Itusela calls
for more aerlous conaltlentlon . Al
l flKhtlnc force Itunslt hal been of
no ailvinac to the alllel for aer-
crnl monlha. The main advantage of
her eurrender now ll that It (llvei
Germany l eflt.nee to put his soldiers
on other nchtlnit fronti and opena a j
wny for Urrmany to net Ruasla's
when'. II la up to the Ulnted Btatea. '
Krnnie anil 0 r- it llrltaln to now
roncenln le ill Hielr power to over-1
ttirnw Oirinnn eutocriry and put an
end to tnllltarlrm. Aa aald by Juilie
Taft we could let kind of pence
now but any p"ace that would leuire
kalserlitm arty ground to atand on
1 would be onlv I truce and Klve Oer-
I many lime ti' ro'inlillltnto and come
1 ntir-ln. !
There Is a loni list of Teism and
Oklnhomnna who were on the atenm-
cr Tusrnnla which til lunk by o
(lernian sub le-i week on the north
coast of Irelund .
THK KA IIWKH'll IK.
(With apnloalea to Kipling. 8. C. Ill
If r" en rnteo a enip when all
about rou ;
Are limlnr: tlielr'l ind don't know
wlmt to do;
If rnu can trust rour rlelde when ill
men dnulit Ihem
And raise enough for stock and
If you can wait until the market
Ami not be forced to make a aae-
rlflrw If rotl cl.n live at home while rou
The lime when rou mar get tho
It ro" irow cotton and It'a not pour
If rnu grow food and feed and
these are not rour aim;
If you can uae your loll to beat ad
I And live it home and ralae eome
1 crop for lain;
If rnu cm bear to heir the truth
And chooae the good and leave
the bad alone;
If rou can Hand lo lee thl win
you believe In crumble
Accept the belt and mtke them
all your own;
If you can mike one heip of your
And pitch them from your mind at
one grand ton
And learn and itirt igila at your be
Ard never breathe a whimper o'er
If you ean force your heart and
nerve and sinew
To serve your turn and follow the
And so hold on when there la doubt
And live it home and ralie
crop for par;
If you cin ra'ie a crop In drouth
and farm with failure etalklng
by your ilde;
If neither lose nor worldly gala can
When clear conscience lire thit
rou have tried;
If you cm utilise eieb acre and
With ility lecondi worth of die-
And uie your heid for everything
that's In It i
lou'll be a uaeful patriot my son I
Vnltnwlnv ere the Wheatleie. Meat
1j.aa Mirl Pnrktesa devi let IDirt for
'obaervince In yonr homes etch diy
by the Food Administrator. Cut this
out and observe thole rule! before
you ire forced to do no:
Bundny llreokfiat moatlen Din-
ner . Supper Whnltliv.
Miindiy Hreikfist Whei.tleis.
Meitlmu. Dinner Wheatlesl Supper
Tueediy Bnikfilt Meltlell Din
iner Meatlesi Supper Moitlesi
Wedneaday Breakfaat Wheat-
leas MeiUiia. Dinner Wheitlem.
Thuraday Breakfast Meatless
Dinner Supper Whoatlesa.
Frldior Breakfaat Meilleaa Din-
ner ..... .i fiupper Wheitlesl.
Baturday nreikfait MoatH'is.
'D'nner Porkleos Supper Wbcitleil
ONI THRIFT 8TAMP PILLS RIFLE'S
MAGAZINE DAB V BOND OETI
U. t. SOLDIER PAIR OP
If yeu have an lies tht your
nunrtrn won't help w.n the war
ned do lota of aervlce when Invest-
ed In thrift stamp! and war aav.
Inns atlmpi Just took over this
t-.Me. The little bondi are trans-
l:.'.fd In terms of sold ir etiilp-
eilnt. Here'l how they Hack ur.
I Thrift Stamp 5 Bulli'J.
1 Wtr 6viejs Ctamp 1 Pair el
I War Savlnga Stamp 2 Woolen
1 War S.ivlnus Siamp 4 Winter
1 War Savings Sump 1 Stall
Helrret and 11.12 over.
t Wir Savlnga Sump 1 Shelter
Tent ind part payment en Over-
coat. Thoae quartiri will do the Gov-
ernment lota ot pood. And remem-
ber you in not giving Ihem iway
but landing them at four per cant
Interest compounded qusiterly.
A slnilo thrift itimp doesn't look
very l.irno and the uuarler It costa
diein t reotn like It would count lor
very mii'b. but that thrift stamp
monns five bulleta for one of our
lolillerl a clip of oirtrldgei they II
nil Hie msiiilne of hi! ride. With
tbem be may mve hi! life end tho j
lives of two or three American he-
reel In France. !
These little war bnndi will do lot!
of bin tblnis. Armies can be immil- '
nl'loned with lliein hunitry aolillon
fed flithteri kept worm In No Man'a
hnd. Uvea saved onough of them
will bring victory aave the Nation
and llboratl tbo is.inds of poor Euro-
peanl whole ootid lion Is worse Ihm '
They atand for patriotism Ihtiee j
little certlllcatee which coat only a
trifle. They are evldemea of willing-
neea to serve and bark up the boyl
In the Irenrhei. people wbo refrain
from apenillng their money on unnec-
essary tblnis and put It In the tiny
war bond! don't have to talk about
their loyalty-lney ire provlni It
paying for It. i
The prlee of the victory etempe cm
be laved or made In a thousand waya.
I.itiurlia cm be left nnbouiht and
thrift Itampe purchased Inatead. Bv-
erynne cin give up luiurlea becauae
nearly everyone ipends money for
thlms ho ll not compelled to hive.
Money lived ll money made. !et
pirt of the money In the piy envelope
be put to work for Uncle Bsra ind
the Labirty boyl. The old bin out
there at the bam caa help ynu. Ev-
ery time ihe lavs a doien em you
hive the price of two thrift sumpe
thlt's ten billets. There are Just
lots of wiyi to urn the little Inn-
Tkon little sumps stand for some-
thing else thrift md prosperity. You
help the Oovernment when you buy
there but you ilio help yourself. You
hive sived Ihe mnaey U will eome .
la hindy later on ind when you !
get It back will get a lot of litre
nlcklea aid dimes ind dollara with It. i
Kvery minute of the time ilicl yon
lent It to the Government It will
have been working for you making
mdre money for you. When you buy
thrift itampe you ere not giving
away a thing yen are getting paid
for everything rou have done.
Have the pleasure of knowing that
one of those loldleri "over there" ll
wearing pair of ahoei you bought for
him; thit a coat rour moner pur-
chaaed ll keeping him warm; that
the ammunition you got for him will
help him o.t of tight plicei and
bring blm back boml to tboie who
PLANS MADE TO ENLIST
91.0CO TEXAS FACTORY
EMPLOYES AS SAVERS I
nans to enlist the 91000 factory
workers of Texns as members of the
thrift srmy have been invested by
L. J. Black of Iteaiimont president
of one of the Isrgeat manufacturing
concern in the South and approved
hy Loni l.ipsiti. Htate Director of
the Nil lorn 1 War Ravings Committee.
The concern of which Mr. Mack
!s present ho" iriven every one of
its crpl'ives a thrift stump. Since
the sift wns mode nearly every work-
er his adid five or all stamps every
wpek to his thrift card. That hli
employes will have no difficulty In
buying the little war bonds Mr.
Iihck hna es'alilisbrd a stamp sales
acMicy at the plant; the cashier acts
rs selling aseit
Mr. l.'pHhx Is anxious that alt of
the E.ffU mnmifncturtng plants in
Text mnke It oasy for their employ-
es to buy savlnr.s stamps and help
them to put aside definite amount
ovory week. He haa suggested that
11 of thcae factories Urge and emit!
make arrangements to place thrift
and war savings atampa on sale tn
If earb of the 11.000 worken buys
a thrift sums every weak the nggre
rate weekly Investment will be U
160. If they put up Quarter every
week for a rear they will bavl lent
the Government I1.1U.000. The Oov-
srnment payi 4 per cint Interest eura
pounded quarterly. The Interest
tone on toll would In inui little)
RECORDS BEINQ MADE
IN THRIFT CAMPAION
BY TEXAS PATRIOTS
Since It wn innounced by l.oula
l.lpslti. Bute Director of the Nation
nl War Bavlnss I'ommllt-e. that th'i
Government exports Tcxons to pur-
chlae thrift stumlis and anvln.-s c.ir-
llflearei valued at 91.0uiM0 en-
thusiastic workers have roIKi ni a
number of rei-orda that ai'cak vol-
umes for Lone Star patriotism.
The people of Cherokee cotiny
lead the counties In the Hl.ite la tho
number of limit buyers persons who
hive pitri.h.ned the maximum amount
of bonda tho Individual la permitted
lo own. The county haa elKhty eluht
members In it! Thousand Dollar
t'lub; In Jacksonville alone aeventy-
two persons have 'gone the limit' and
bought 'bnhy bonds' vslued it II.U0K.
A. (I. Ailaml Is county rhnlrm.in.
I.ettor rarrlera. the blue clail men
who plow thrntvh mow ind mud
nd mn to fill Tnlas mall botes
have birome en'biislasllo ministers
of the new goarei of thrift whlrb
will help win the war and make
possessors out of sleeken R. A.
Kurr rural milt cirrler In Collin
County has sold more than Sfi.r.ito
worlli of stumps; 12200 of this rep
menu the work of single dy. He
travela 2 5 miles every week day
and delivers oer t.ono.ooo plwos of
mall every twelve month!.
C. D. Morrow a Hhormaa letter
carrier has also hung up a record.
He hue sold the persona on his
route Utile Government war bonds val-
ued it more than 11.162 84. In a
slnale dsy he took ordure for $8ii6.-0
worth of thr.ft atampa.
The business men and nnkera of
Abilene wanted to tell Taylor County
people what in eircllent end patri-
otic form of Investment ll the pur-
chase of thrift stamps ao they used
lit full page advertisement! and
thirty amnller onea In the Taylor
County Tlmea In tell Uncle Ham's
atory. The hearty co-operation of
Telia newapaper men la piling up
recorda of publicity and patriotism
Tucker Itoyall Uvea In Palestine.
Ilea i busy man but ha found lime
to sell 11000 certiorates to each of
thirty Paleatlne business men and
AnderBon County farmers and run
a bank. Every bank ahould be a
tbrlft stamp anlea agency and advise Us
patrona to put eome of their aavlnga
la war certificates Mr. Itoyall says.
More frequently thin not lickeri
are alackera. The county haa no
need for the one and no use for thl
APPROPRIATE BIRTHDAY OIPT8.
The most eppropprlata birthday
lifts this year are thrift stamps and
war savlnM stimps. The practice of
rlrlnff the little money savlnn bonds
has already spruni up In Texas. Such
a lift bns dp significance and it
may be the means of stsrtlni the
ene who receives It on the road to
thrift sad wealth especially children
Ixtufo l.lpslts State Director of the
National War Barlnas Committee
ROUNTREE W. 8. ENTHUSIAST.
Ue J. Rnuntree of Oeonetown
secretary and former president of the
National Kdltorial Association Is an
enthuRtistlc supporter of the thrift
doctrine. He is a heavy Investor lo
war savings stamps and he urges oth-
ers to buy them.
HERMAN PEOPLE THRIFTY.
Sherman people are religiously
practicing the thrift leasons urged by
the government. Not only are they
putting something aside every day
for war bond purchasing but they
have derided to invent the Interest
fiom their Liberty bonds in war sav-
lnga stamps. Sherman people have a
yearly revenue of over $40 000 from
their Liberty bonds. Hy converting
this money into the "baby bonds" they
are miking the Interest earn interest.
LESSONS OP THRIFT.
W. P. Doughty State Superintend-
ent of Public I nut ruction haa prom-
lied that 1.000000 or the 1200 000
ichoot rh ldren In Teiaa will be told
about War Bavlngs Stamps and the
lesion of thrift Imprened upon
them. Superintendent Doughty has
made many speeches throughout tho
stste on War Saving! work stud
through him there haa been distribut-
ed to the 39000 school toachtri of
Teias an outline of the three weeks'
campaign thit la now being carried
on in the schnoli and it Is expected
that this w.tl be Ihe foundation of n
rexular courie of study In the new
ideas of goods and service and the
necetatly for economy for the pur
pose of winning tlie war.
PASTE IT ON.
If a Thr'ft Stamp yon can buy
Piato It on.
Pir the Vtler Id the eye.
Pasta It on.
Dont for set. 'twill help yon too
Interest on It will accrue.
And 'twill all come back to yon
Pasts it ea.
When company comc9
there is no time to
waste no chances to
be taken so mother
sees that there is al-
ways a can of
on hand. Cakes pics.
all Kxl iH'i'K i" " !
must be tltes-etl up in M
their best taste and H
TunM inn rtr riniitn. tl
1 MCil IW) H- l"-
tion n cook must
be upheld find she
"stakes" it on Calumet
fwrytime. She niM it
will not di-iftnioiiit her.
Order l em nd hive tHe
'comi.nny" J.inU uf liukitit
Calumet contain! only snrh
Imtra'ients ni have been
nupn.v.il rffirlnlly by the
U. S. hxi Aiitlwrilira
. . i.
W Tee uvs vhel yes uie tt.
til..' i' 111'. S e
Methodlat Episcopal Chsveb South
Sun day School 1:41 a m. B. D
Morning Service at 11:00 o'clock.
Preaching by the Pastor.
Hpworth League: 6:00 p. m. One
hour before church services.
Evening Service at 7:00 o'clock.
Preaching by the Paator.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday area-
Choir meet very Friday evening.
Ton are eordlally welcome to
A W. W ADD ILL Paator
Sunday School l:4G. D. A. Clark
Worker's Conference Irst Sunday
of each month immediately follow-
ing Sunday school
Westminster Guild meets second
and fourth Thursdays at 4:00 p. m.
L. A. and M.S. meets second and:
fourth Mondays at 1:10 p. to. The
first th'rd and fifth Monday after
noons are spent In work at the Red
"""" The Presbyterian: Church
Regular preaching by Eld. A. R '
Lawrence on the third Sunday of
First llapflftt Churrh.
Teachers' meeting at 9:30. Sun-
day school at 10:00 preaching ser-
vices at 10:40 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.
Morning Theme: "Christian Kdo-
cittlon and our Christian Collegea."
(An offer Inn for this cause will be
taken at this time. Come prepared
to make your pledge.)
Rvenlng Hour: "Shall ws Reason
with Ood Concerning our Sin."
I rrajBT mreiiDR every woanesaay
evening at 7:30. The choir practice
will be renamed agMn In March. You
are cordially Invited to worship with
W .H. SIMS Pastor.
For several days the presn di -patch-
have Indicated that German"
haa all the time been financing tt
Bolshevik activities and that Trotsky
waa carrying out orders from Berlin.
I C C. Prim say If that bomb ha'
been thrown at the Kawdraoln
fcy an American base ball pltche-
we would now be celebrat'ng tho
I The babe of Mr. und Mrs. Jo-
Stlnson haa ben seriously sick with
( pneumon'a and catarrhal fever.
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