The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, No. TWENTY-SEVEN, Ed. 1 Friday, December 19, 1919 Page: 2 of 12
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TIIK KNVDKH SIGNAL 6NYDKK TI .VAy I ItlDAY DIXJ. 10 119.
DIGESTION WAS GAD
Says 5 year Old Kentucky Lady Who Tells How She Was Relieved
- After a Fr.y Doses of Black-Draught.
MeadorsTill. Kf.Kn. Cynthia
Illgglnbotham of thU town Bays: "At
my age which ia 65 the liver does
not act fo well as when youn. A few
years ago my stomach was all out of
fix. I was constipated my liver
didn't act My digestion waa bad and
It took so little to uict mo. My ap-
retite waa gone. I was very weok...
I decided I would give Black-
Draught a thorough trial as I knew It
waa highly recommended for this
trouble. I began taking It I felt
better after a few doses. My appetite
improved and I became stronger. My
bowela acted naturally and the least
trouble wai soon righted with a tew j
dosea of Black-Draught"
Seventy years of successful use has
mado Thedford's Black-Draught a
standard household remedy. Every
member of every family at times
need the holp that Black-Draught can
give In cleansing the system and re
tiering the troubles that come from
constipation. Indigestion lazy liver
etc You cannot keep well unless your
stomach liver and bowela nre in good
working order. Ke?p them that way.
Try ElacU-Draught. It acts promptly
gently and In a natural way. It you
feel sluggish take a dose tonight
You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
25c. a package One cent a dose
All druggists J. (9
Mies Lora Blount secretary of the
Teachers Institute Is superintendent
of schools at Roby and Mrs. Hughs
who responded to the addresses of
welcome and has been active In In-
stitute work la County Superinten-
dent of Fisher County.
CAMEOS We have the mot beau-
tiful stock ever. II. O. Towle Jew.
G. B. Clark made a business trip
to Post Tuesday.
W. C. Fullilove baa returned to
his borne at Shrevesport Lousiana.
(Sold by Grayum Drug Co )
Mrs. J. Z. Noble returned Monday
from visiting her daughter at Mel-
A Good Friead
A good friend stands by you
when in need. Snyder people tell
how Doan's Kidney Pilla have Btood
the test. J. H. McClinton shoemak-
er of Sfnyder endorsed Doan's three
years ago and again confirms the
story. Could you ask for more con-
I have uaed Doan's Kidney Pills
several tiinea in the past few years
with good results In tact I have)
taken many remedies but none of
them have helped me like Doan's"
says Mr. McCllnlon. "Whenever my
back gets weak and lame and my kid-
neys act irregularly causing me to
get up often at night I get a box of
Doan's and they have alwayB reliev-
ed me." (Statement given November
On April 15. 1919. Mr. McClinton
said: "I can always say a good word
ror Doan's Kidney Pills for I have
found them to always give me relief
when I have had occasion to use
Trice 60c at all dealers. Don t
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McClinton had. Foster-Milburn
Co.. Mfgrs. Buffalo. N. Y.
rosse N. M. mmmm
The only survivor of the three
years drouth here all the time
and here to stay.
Best eats and good trcrtment always.
None Better Few so good.
R. L. Terry
$i.i'lHmim'f Mill in Himm 11 IMgSMfciiTillH' Ji ! """ ""
WOODY MOTOR CO.
ia now under the management of J. W. Woody
& Sons we haing bought the interest of
Messrs Waterman & Devlin.
We will conduct a first class
Garage and will appreciate
Our Mechanics are first class and we can as-
sure you that your car will receive the best
Woody Motor Company
J. W. Woody & Sons Props.
.111 I I i
f tQ?jF You can"t
feel so gqod
NtHy but what N?
V will make you
L feel better. !
Gruyuiu Urujj uuuipuiiy.
Snyder people feel like we are go-
ing to get good electric' service as
soon as the slant is properly fixed
up. Yoder & McCormie evidently
know their business. The Juice was
off from Sunday to Wednesday but
Mr. Yoder came in Wednesday
morning and said "let there be
light" and there was light.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift tori
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching corn In
stantly thai corn stops hurting then
you lift It right out. Yes magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone cost?
but a few cents at any drug store
but Is sufficient to remove ever;
hard corn sft corn or corn between
the toes and the calluses without
soreness or Irritation.
Freezone is the sensational dis-
covery of a Cincinnati genius. It Is
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCormlok
arrived a ew days ago from Crowell
and are now reHidents of Snyder.
Sny der extends the glad hand to
these good people.
Mr. D. I. Yoder went to Crowell
u few days ago o move his family
to Snyder. They arrived here Tues-
day night. The people of Snyder
extend to them a cordial welcome.
Conditional Poultry Mixture
cures Roupe and Sore Head and
insures greater egg production.
Conditional Poultry Mlxtur?
is a mineral tonic that takes
the place of the green food that
your hens get In tho early
spring and If used three times
a week for three weeks the re-
sult must be more eggs or your
Every box sold under a print-
ed guarantee. A 60c box will
furnish SO hens four months
For sale by
WAKE & WARE Grocers
There were no church services in
Snyder last Sunday because there
was no fuel for fires.
Lucretla Morrow and Elvla Pierce
two of our Snyder girls who are mak-
ing good at Rotan) are here this
week in the Institute.
CAMEOK W hate the most beau-
tlful Ktock ever. II. Q. Towle Jew-
The Santa Fe has resumed regular
passenger train service. The two
trains pulled of last week because of
the scarcity of coal were resumed
$100 Reward $100
Ths reader of thl paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded dlaeaxe that science has
been able to curs In all its stages and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh belna; greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions
requires ronntltutlonnl treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and
acta thru the niood on the Mucous Bur-
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of th" lae. Riving ths
patent strength by hulldlns; up the con-
stitution nnd nssls'.lnR nature In doing Its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the ruratlvn powers of Hill's
Catarrh Medicine tlirt thev offer One
Hundroc" Dollars for uny case thnt It falls
o run Bond fir l"t of testimonials.
Addre.4 P. J. CIIF.NRY '0.. Toledo
Ohio Sold by all Drugs bt. 76a
Light Weight and
Durability are the best
Guarantee of Quality
TKE cliiYercnce between
a Maxwell and a larger
car is largely a matter of
Each carries the same
average passenger weight
travels over the same roads
and at the same speeds.
Per pound of metal the
cost to make each is about
One lasts just about as
long as the other.
The mission of the
Maxwell is to carry the
same load over the same
roads and at the same speeds
at extremely ovy costs.
That is highly efficient
It is expensive to haul
dead weight. Therefore
every superfluous pound has
Light but strong metals
have been used.
These are the quality
metals. They provide the
"toughness" the wear the
ability to stand any strain
and shock; and yet they are
light in weight.
This is the secret of the
Maxwell. It explains why a
Maxwell delivers a mileage
that is inexpensive
that is troubleless
that is almost endless.
The greatest efficiency-
econoiny record ever made
is held ty a Maxwell.
It ran 22.020 mile3 con-
tinuously without one single
stop cf the engine carried a
full passenger load averaged
22 miles to the gallon at a
speed of 25 miles an hourl
The story of the Maxwell
and its great acceptance by
the world is a story of its
For in five years 300000
have been built and these
have made many friends.
1920 production increases
to 1 00000 Maxwells. Which
will supply 60 of the
$985 f.o.b. Detroit
I C. C. WYATT
I i Snyder Texas j
urn m&wwvr&L m
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Rev. C. C. Tyler of Cross Plains
Is spendlnR a few days In Snyder to
have Dr. Davenport treat him for
iMr. and Mrs. n. A. Hull of Kant-
land are here for u holiday visit
with home folks.
We meet all Santa Fe trains.
Phone your orders in to 14 or 121
J. K. Ketner has moved his groc-
ery store to the Sterrett building
southwest corner of the squanre.
'Mrs. John Towle mother of H. O.
and A. J. Towle and tbelr brother
W. C. Towle and wife all of York
Nebraska are here for an extended
Tlslt with the Texan Towles.
H. U. Terrell former Comptroller
Texas and publisher of tho West
Times and several other newspaper
In Texas has along with associates
bought the Sweetwater Reporter and
It is understood that they will issue
a dally paper there after Jan. 1st.
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DlAMOXTW The gift supreme. We
have some wful ootl valu. ive-
memWr they are advancing ft.
II. O. Tewle Jeweler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Turner fron
Pyron who are attending Institute
came out about three months ago
from Wood county. Mr. Turner will
teach the Santa Fe school at Pyron
and Mrs. Turner will leach at Der-mott.
Charlie Palmer was hero this
veek from Bangs. He usd to sell
Irngs at Dunn but the drouth eent
him away and we have not yet been
ible to get blm to come back.
Prices of jewelry were never more reasonable
than they are today.
In comparison with the price of other com-
modities considering the qualities we offer our
jewelry prices are moderate indeed.
Whatever you wish in high grade artistic
jewelry in charming new designs oar assortment
will please you perfectly.
Our prices will satisfy.
JEWELER"0 OPTICIAN y
Mrs. T. J. Thompson Is visiting
daughter this week in Eastland.
. Mrs. Emma Rice of Fort Worth
has been the guest of her sister
Mrs. C .P- Shafer and left for her
Alvin Elkins came In from his
farm Tuesday with a btg load of
wood and some of us wanted him to
set the price and divide up.
Running power machinery with
power is a nil proposition. '
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The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, No. TWENTY-SEVEN, Ed. 1 Friday, December 19, 1919, newspaper, December 19, 1919; Snyder, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth288342/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .