The Snyder Signal. (Snyder, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, No. TWENTY-SEVEN, Ed. 1 Friday, December 19, 1919 Page: 3 of 12
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TUB SNYDER SIGNAL 8N".TEtt T EXAS FRIDAY DEO. JO 1010.
Chlldron Cry for Flotchcr'o
2he Kind You Bare Always Bought and which has been
in use for over thirty years has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
s 477 sonal superrision since its infancy.
iuxyz 0cA4A& Allow no one to deceiye you in this.
U Counterfeits Imitations and ' Just-as-good " are but
E.ipstAcnts that trifle with and endanger the health of
Zniants and Childrea Experience gaiast Experiment
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains
neither Opium Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
Age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency
i Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels aida
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE C ASTORIA ALWAYS
) Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TUT. RtD BALL
5 fircATms Ammunition
at- W. mSjJU AvL l'I.Kl'MiaV
'yrfr:.imr:.??y the iate.t
g i.TVi hi -f.'.f Amr.-iVtmV . jU!rt a few daya
Abilene Reporter at Rargain Hal"
Until December 20th the bargain
rate for the Abilene Dully Reporter-
News it ill bo $.1.65. ami for M IS
you can pet the Signal anil th
Abilene Daily a full year. From
Pee. 20 to J;in. 1 tho barnaln price
tlx Abilene Reporter News will be
$4.25. The Abilene Reporter-News
carries Associated Press service and
paper. If you want
crery day you hate
Do you want to sell?
List you property w ith us we are in
a position to turn it quickly if it
can be sold at all.
We have some buyers from the
black land of East Texas and
Central Texas with the
We have several nice places good
location to sell right now.
SEE US QUICK
Cower & Harrison
Office in Woodrow Hotel
IIIGGINBOTHAM HARRIS & CO.
i . 1
'Lumber Wall Paper
Paint Wire Post
Lime and Cement
Pipe and Pipe fittings
or anything it takes
to build or repair
1 a Home
hi Hiororinhnthm Harric ft Hn
VOUNG MAN DIED
AT O. H. RANCH
Fred Crawley about sixteen years
old who was hurt early last week on
the O. I). ranch in Borden County by
a horse falling on him died about 6
o'clock Monday from the lnjarles. He
was hurt about the head was render-
ed unconscious and i.ever did reeov-
Ills uncle from the east
Austin arrived here Monday mornlrfc
t.rd wa. going out with Dr. Hh-ii (
'ass to rcr .he t r.nc man btit a
message ramo that be bad llod. The
body was brought to Snyder and
undertaker Stokes prepared it for
burial and be was taken li the home
of his father in Rockwall county.
Notice to Automobile Owners
January will be the time to pay
your highway tax on your cars
when you como to pay please bring
your License Number and also your
Motor Number as we cannot regis-
ter your car without these numbers.
27 S T. ELZA. Tax Collector
War Increase Lunacy
BALTIMORE Dr. J. Percy Wade
superintendent of the State Hospital
for the Insane explnine explains an
Increase In the number of patients
admitted during the last ycir is the
icsult t-f a" p'ruiii.
TheHe tablets are intended espec-
ially for indigestion and constipa-
tion. They toae up the stomach ami
enable it to 'perform its functions
naturally. They act gently ou the
liver and bow... thereby restjrir.
the stomach and bowels to a heilthy
condition. Whn yo i feel dull stu-
pid j-.nd const: i '.-' (.'ve V. -.tu :i
trial. You ar - cortii.i to be p'.nasH
with th-ir eff
witlitHif que.licTOif Munl'i
fail in th' ttr.Unrnl of E trwt
Triirr Kininn Itch rtf
Dvn't bfrrm diwui .C'J
rauM Mhrr tmtiniroi. I.ilrd
dr.dt of uch can You no t
I o. an our Montr Imtk
CMrn. Try it at eoi ink
TpOAY Pnc 75c at
(iraymii lni Compatiy
I wish to advise the farming pub-
lic that I have again contracted with
the Avery Company of Texas to soil
their line of tractors separators and
road building machinery. I will in
a few days have a double row culti-
vator and planter on exhibition In
Snyder. ThiB machine la of the six
cylinder type and develops ten horBO
power. It Is equipped with transmis-
sion gear and high tension magnelto.
It will pull a double row headder 2
planters and cultivate two rows at
one time pull two mowing machines
an eight foot binder grain drill or
any other work as well as light belt
Remember the Avery line is not a
new machine but a well established
line of machinery. The larger
tractors are of six different sizes.
A SIZE AVERY TRACTOR TO FIT
EVERY SIZE FARM.
If Interested in motor farming It
will pay you to see me before buying.
Watch for announcement of the dem
Oftice in Williams' Huilding
We meet all Santa Fe trains.
Phone your orders In to 14 or 121
Cannot Fraise this
(Remedy too Highly
THE WAY CKE UDY FEELS aFTER
SUtTERlNQ TWf! YEARS
Judpinp from her letter the mis-
ery nnd wretchedness endured by
Mrs. Charlie Taylor 11. Jj. No. 1
Box 144 Dillon. S. C must havo
been terrible. No one after vca l-
inff her lottcr can continue y
doubt the ''rent he:ilin;r power
of TR-RUOA fcr troul.ki duo
to catarrh or cMi.rri'.ai cmniitiora
in an.v ji.irt of ib cdy. Her
letter un inspiration to eviy
r:rk a:v! sunvr": n-rn or vPi-.i;m
anywhere. Here it b: "I Eu.Terc-l
two yi-iirs riih cat.'irrh of t'.c h'-ad
stomach t.ni bowels. Tried two 'f
the best doctors v':o ".ivc nir U'
I thru tool: r."-l.r-:.A c-.l c.ii
truthruiiv tuv I .'.!. ';.n (
bepan to use l'li-KU-NA. I v.-ci-ho:!
cne hur.:i:-jj ic:;;;i!;.. .'Iy v.c.K'it
non is ore h':rv!"v rv f''.:. I
cannot pr.-.iu I'L-'MJ-XA ""too
lii;')Jy for it was a CJ.i.! rml to r..e.
I l'it rr!ief iy. fro fir: t half
't t 'r nr.') uvlvc !:!.' erred
I :i(!vi..t nil su'.'.tc.s to tu!:
A' r.n r-"ccr.ry v;-v.od' in tiio
Iioi.ie. ti tro is n'.tJ.I-vr quite the
c:u:.'l cf tliis ri-li:!1.:? tiiy-trird
nieJitin'-. I'K-TIU-N'A. Thourands
niace their pole d. oc:i.ionr on it
for wii.tp. ool.h. -'vrch ni
1. 1.. vol iro
rr..i ?n'. Mr.)
c.'T.;t:iv:i Ion. rl'.c'i-
'"! vm to js event !'ic t'") ;ni'
Sf :.n::--T To l:e-. t' o liend
ruirr- -i.fi i iii.itain Nvi.iv f:ei:"th
and rolft : t:iVe .-"-..KU-W'
You :.y l'K.;.L'..A anv-
where ;:i cither tablet t.' luid
Many r one-of us ha liad in mind im ortant t;ifts and
t Jkens of aflfection and esteem which havo been deferred
to more prosperous times.
More power to the one who lias uone so.
Now however in the enthusiasm of the prosperity
which thone efforts have won we can afford to remember
und return to the kindlier things of life.
Wo have a host of gift articles
to meet your need.
H. G. Towle
Some of the mine strikers are
halting to get a better understanding
of th terms. There are strikers who
could never understand anything
stated in English.
We were very sorry that we.could
jujt haveany of our services last
Sunday. We thought until nearly
Sunday echool tlmo thnt we were go-
ing to have fuel but failed. We think
no that we will be able to have all
our services next Sunday but we can
not be aura. Yon can find out by tel-
ephone Sunday morning whether fuel
has been secured or not.
Morning subject "Christ the
bond of Humanity."
This U the last Sunday before
Christmas and shall we not all engage j
In a real Christmas worship In all our j Cotton Seed
serTlcen next Sunday. We want you j I am In the market for your rot-
to be there. A cordial welcome to ton seed and will pay the highest
xlsltors and strangers. I price the market will stand.
Visit ln ThVii- DmiKlitei-H
Rev. and Mrs. A. II. Roberts of
Plalnvlew ure here for awhile with
their daughters Mrs. Maxwell anj
Mrs. Hanks ltro. Roberts is in feeblo
health but is nt III full of vigor and
Christian enthusiasm. He lives all
the tlmo In the higher altitudes of re
The Price of
Pork Chops and Bacon
Here are reasons why the fine;
fresh pork tenderloins and pork
chops or savory ham or crinkly
bacon which you enjoy for break-
fast; cost much more per pound
than the market quotation on live
hogs which you read in the
An average hog weighs 220
Of this only 70 per cent (154
pounds) is meat and lard.
So when we pay 15 a pound for
live hogs we are really paying more
than 21 a pound for the meat which
we will get from these animals even
after taking into account the value of
But people show a preference for
only one-third of the whole the pork
chops fancy bacon and choice cuts
from juicy hams.
This means that when we are sell-
ing Premium bacon at 43'2 per pound
wholesale and Premium hams at 30
there are other parts for which we get
as low as 6 or 8 per pound. The
net result is an average profit to us of
less than 1 a pound.
The choice cuts are higher because
of a demand for them.
Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the
entire hog or about l6th is usually
marketed at once. The rest must be
pickled cured or smoked. This tikes
months and adds to the costs which
must be met
Swift & Company U.S.A.
XWMAT BECOMES OF H
) XfA g THE VER6E DOUAB
7 v5 RFCEIVED PY
l?y23&&a3S: SWIFT & COMPANY I
(u 1 I if OM lHf ill Of MCA1 laBaal H
rtiiinr 7 li I D I AND BY WCDHCTS . M
I2.96 y Rtt la 1 v ccnis it "it. Te iwmi
X Y olR ivt ANIMAL
tK f h)MHK41m H ft tlhr and went H "P
0C' ' I " cms Biii5 JS 1
I am In the mnrket for vonr cot-
ton send nnd will pay the hiphert
price the market will stnnd.
2" JIM DAWSON
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Dr. R. L. Howell announces that
he will be in Snyder during the Holi-
days and hopes to meet his friends
and especially those who are Indebt-
ed to him. He wants to if possible
get settlement with all persons who
Lame bnck may rome from over
work cold settle t the muncles
of the back or from disease. In
the two former cases the right rem-
edy Is B A LIZARD'S SNOW LINI-
MKNT. It should be rubbed lu
thoroughly over the affected part
the relief will be prompt and satits-
faotory. Sold by Grayum Drug Co.
Name "Bayer" is on GeouiM
Aspirin sajr Bayer
Insist on "Bayer Tablet of Aipirin"
In a "Bayer package" containing proper
directions for Headache. Cold. Pain
Neuralgia Lumbago and Rheumatism.
Kane "Bayer" means genuine Aapirin
prescribed by pbyiiciani for nioeteea
yeare. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets
w w vi?-d. aTupiiia m irsus mars.
. vi Bijer juanaiacture of
! ftcidesUr of 6UiryIiccid.
T. R. Ware
W. H. Ware
To The Public
We wish at announce tKat we Lave bought the
giocpi-.v stock of Braden Vsen South Eist corner
squore. We are tilling our hou c with a full clean line
of goods. You aro cordiillj invited to visii uH.td get
our price-. Your patronage will be appreciated nr.d you
wil be rm.su ted of prompt courteous and dependable
Wan & Ware
South East corner Square
J. H. HICKS. Pastor
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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/m1/3/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .