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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

b j <**«* Volume 4. SHIRO, GRIMES COUNTY, TEXAS; FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 1914. Number 40 ' { ' " .**' ■ A • >¥ .' - SI lrr\ The Next Governor of Texas. JAMES E. FERGUSON of Temple, Bell County, is a native Texan. He was born on his father's farm about thirteen miles from Temple, August 31, 1871, for his father, an intinerant Methodist minister, fartner and miller. The old sock mill stands pn the banks of the Salado creek \n<J the old homestead belongs Uhe nominee. His father was Scotch-Irish and died when "Jim" was at the age of three. His mother's maiden name was Fannie Fitz- patrick; she also is Scotch Irish descent, and makes her home with him. Mr. Ferguson re-- mained in the old homestead until he was 16 years of age, ween he went to California and worked in a vineyard; tl)en as a teamster on a large ranch.' He next tried piauef-imning in the Rocky mountains, and after that worked in a wire factory iu San Fran- cisco. When he was 21 years of age he returned to Texas, and wor...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

r THE SHIRO ADVERTISER, SHJRO, TEXAS v y - VS GAT PARIS HEARS THE GURTEW BELL Martial Law for First Time Since Siege of Paris. \ CALM FOLLOWS GREAT NOISE War Scenes In the Frivolous Freneh Capitol—Citizens Muat Be Indoora by 9:00 P. M—Society Woman Take. Volunteer*' Placaa. Parte.—Martial lav la In force for the first time since 1870, when Paris was in a state of siege. A visitor un- aware of the situation would fancy himself in the midst of a national fes- tival. This Is on the outside only, for every home haa lta mourning. But life sits lightly on the Parisian. The whole city Is beflagged; the streets are a mass of eOlor; hardly a building is there that is not gay with bunting. The English flag is conspic- uous everywhere. In the streets hawkers do a roaring trade selling little flags for the but- tonhole, one the national trl-color, an- other the combined colors of the triple entente. Horse and motor traffic are almost non-existent, - Luckily the weather keeps fine. Immense crowd...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

, 9 ■ ! O - I j; a ?; Cotton THE BIG SWEEPING OUT SALE At The Specialty Store is Drawing the Crowd. The First Three Days of the Sale Has Exceeded Our Expectations Don't Miss This Opportunity THINK OF IT! u FREE! 10 barrels of Glassware will be given away free to our customers during this sale. , No tickets given, it is not a game of luck, but every time you make a purchase of $3.00 • $5.00 • $10 00 or $20.00 you receive a handsome premium the $ame day. No waiting for drawing, premiums given the very moment purchase is made, beside the grcat saving to you during this Sweeping out sale. A S ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST BE SOLD. COST CUTS NO ICE IN THIS SALE LOOK!* LOOK! 100 40c Brooms will be Given for 15c with every $1.00 Purchase READ THEM! :We Quota Only a Few of tba many Bargains offered: REAP THEM & 5 pr. ladies black and tan hose. 5 ladies vests fgr..... 5 pr. mens Sox 7 spools thread 10 bars glycerine toilet soap... 10 bars Armour's laundry soap. What 25c Will .Buy during this Cle...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

FRENCH REGIMENT HURRYING TO THE GERMAN BORDER *> 'Jit-. ~ / -f STRICT NEUTRALITY POLICY OF U. S. CLOSE WATCH TO BE KEPT ON VESSELS IN U. 8. PORTS. Foreign Merchant 8hlp« Being Con- verted tor War Purpose* Will Not Be Permitted to Clear. France is hurrying her troops by the hundred thousand toward the German frontier and Belgium. One of the regiments Is here pictured marching through a village, with an aeroplane in advance as scout. MIGHTY ARMIES ARE MOVING TO AND FRO FRANCE AND AUSTRIA-HUNGARY BREAK THEIR DIPLOMATIC RE- LATIONS—FRENCH^ ADVANCING INTO ALSACE. GERMAS SPIES PUT TO DEATH BY BELGIANS Germans Occupy Town of Liege, While Belgians Hold Forts—Big German Steamer Captured by Brit- ish Cruiser—Other War News. i I ■'if- m ■ t Brussels.—Diplomatic relations be- tween France and Austria were broken Monday and the ambassadors 'have left the capitals. A French for; elgn office statement says the initia- tive was taken by France because Aus- trian troops were aiding the Germans. T...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

- 4 THE SHIRO ADVERTISER, SHIRO. TEXAS CHILDREN IN WHITE SCHOOLS <OARD GRANTS STATE AID THIRTY-FIVE SCHOOLS. TO E. ■ X': Will Help Them to Maintain Depart- ment* for Vocational Work. " Other School Matters. Austin, Tex.—The state board of ed- acatlon Friday made the final ruling on the Assyrian case from Gonzales Bounty, holding that Assyrian children have the right to attend the same pub- lic school as white children, and re- versing the decision of former State Superintendent of Public Instruction Bralley. The case arose in Gonzales county last year, when the school board at Qonzales ruled that Assyrian children must attend the Mexican school. A parent of one of the Assyrian children appealed to the state superintendent, Who sustained the Gonzales board. He ihen appealed to the board of educa- tion, who referred the matter to the ittorney general's depnrtment. Its rul- ing upheld the right of Assyrians to enjoy the Fame privileges as white children. The decision may arouse much...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

>r 1 — ' IV IV I e;v:- ifc; :• f, r . £\><51 p: p/r : !yjP r"- I 13 *er ki ' - -• • ■ ^ ■ '•■• irr'y >k : /-v A T«j*pl Abstainer, and Why. " ' Edward W. Bok, editor of the Indies' Home Journal, is a total abstainer. And here are hisi reasons: "As I looked around and came to know more of people and things, I found the always unanswerable argument in favor of a young man's abstainenoe— that is, that the most successful men in America today are those /who never lift a wineglass to : their lips. Bicoiniag interested in tbla;' fact; I had the curiosity t • inquire personally into it. 1 found that'of twenty eight of the leading busness teen in the country, whose names I secured . at Random, twenty-two never, touched a d rop of wine. I made up my mind that there was some reason for this. If liquor brought safe , pleasures,- why did these, men abstain from itv If,, as some say, it is a stimulant to a . H busy man, why do not these men, directing the largest business interests in...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

THE SHIRO ADVERTISER, SHIRO, TEXAS SYNOPSIS. Joseph nay ward, an ensign In the United States army, on his way to Fort Harmar, meets Simon Qlrty, u renegade whose name has been connected with all manner of atrocities, also headed for Fort Harmar, with a message from the British general, Hamilton. Hayward guides him to the fort. At General Har- mar's headquarters Hayward meets Rene D'Auvray, who professes to recognize him. although he has no recollection of ever having seen her before. Haywurd volun- teers to carry a messuge for Harmar to Sandusky, wiioro Hamilton la stationed. The northwest Indian tribes are ready for war and are only held back by the refusal of the friendly Wyandots to Join. The latter are demanding the return of wa-pa-tee-tah, a religious teacher, whom they believe to be a prisoner. Hay ward's mission Is to assure the Wyandots that 'the man Is not held by the soldiers. CHAPTER III—Continued. "Then there is but one answer—the witch overheard our conversation. I spok...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiro Advertiser — 14 August 1914

ii frWw OTI iS ir • ■ a.«*• '> W. ? to Summer Merchaadise K'5' '■- "■■'■"" Any Ladies' Hat in the OOp house from 98c down to *wll (Same ■old at beginning of the $ea«on for $5.80' i \ f- >v V % ' <f ■■ Men's Straw Hats at... 1-2 Price Men's Palm 0R Rfl II Ladies* White Dresses 09 flit Beach Suits from $1.25 to ipOiUU SHOES—FOR MEN AND WOMEN — AT LOW CUT PRICES Come and See! %txag Scales Company THE SHIRO ADVERTISER E.W. BRACE WELL Editor and Proprietor Entered u seoond-olkw matter. November 11*10, "at the postonee M Sbiro. Texas, unde ttte Act of March S. 1819. . One year $1.00 Six moo tiw 60c Three months tie PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY , Readers who would consult tlieir pecuniary interests should not fail to closely examine the advertisements o f merchants who advertise bargains in The Advertiser. They mean busi- ness in every word they adver- tise and propose to make busi- ness by the bargains they are advertising. Walter Gorney left last week for Chicago where he will make hi...

Publication Title: Shiro Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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