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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

~wr~ **■ /yf ■ t . «' •r't- V MORE THAN A NEWSPAPER—A PROGRESSIVE FACTOR FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP AND NOBLE IDEALS IN CITY. TOWN AND RURAL COMMUNITY ■ " 1 VOL. 1.—NO. 20. SHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1922. TWELVE PAGES. 11.50 Per Year In Advance SHERMAN CITIZENS MAKE TOUR OF BIG ICE PLANT mh- AND ENJOY LUNCHEON and vegetables are stored constantly in the rooms chilled by the processes made possible by modern machinery. There are dozens of engines and dy- namos, each built and set apart for its particular function at the plant. Arriving at the Houston street entrance, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Cliff Bullock pihned white carnations on the lapel of every man who would stand hitched, and they all eagerly and proudly partook of the favor. Passing over the buildings with ap- petites whetted for the good things spread out on tables on the first floor, the guests returned for refreshments, caffeteria style, chatting and frater- nizing as good citizens of Sherman do when brought together. More...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

T Lv BATVEDAT. APRIL 29, 1W8 SHERMAN SATITBDAY CHRONICLE Go to Church Sunday! LET'S BREAK ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS Central Presbyterian Crurch Travis at Cherry. T. J. Manton, paator. Sunday school 9 :55. Public worship 11 a. m. and 8 m. Christian Endeavor meetings at 7 p. m. Welcome to alL ~ T. J. MANTON, Pastor. Forest Avenue Baptist Church Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sunday school, J. 0. Wilson, Superintendent, 9:45 a. m. B. Y. P. U., Mr. Burns, President, 6:80 p. m. Devitionai services every Wednesday night. J. C. SKAGGS, Pastor Wanted: YOU Walnut Street Church of Chrlit Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. nt Sunday school, D. B. Dye, Supt, 9:80 a. ra. Ladies meeting to sew for poor, every Monady, 2 p. m. Men's Bible Class Monday night 7;80; Prayer meeting every Wednesday night 7:30. Teachers' Meeting every Thursday night 7:80. L. S. WHITE, Pastor. (By T. J. Man ton, Pastor Central Presbyterian Church.) The note of individual responsibility is the thought most vitally necessary to C...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

,<fc. SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE ■ Si «1 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1922. Intriguing Summer Suits To Assure Quick Clearance Every woman who is conscious of the im- protance of outdoor garments during Sum- mer wisll at once discern something peculi- arly fine in this offernig. There's a mastery of line, a superb feeling for the decorative and a proper restraint that place these suits and tailormades in a class themselves. Don't Overlook our Millinery; Dept. We have a line of late style Shoes and Hosiery and Can Fit Your Feet ' Come~and See for Yourself. 1 J. B. SHAW & SONS "You Can Do Better at Shaw's." BETTER BE SAFE v • If you want the best for less, come to. see us. Men's Dress Shoes at a big saving. Men's Work Shoes, the very best, priced to suit you. Take a look around our store before you buy elsewhere. Big assortment of Men's work clothing too. JEFFRIES CLOTHING CO. West Side Square 3? W. H. Lankford REMEMBER - and Chas, B. Williford . Of WILLIFORD BROTHERS GENERAL INSURANCE I...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

v :'Y * Site j > L F r SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1922. SHOPMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE i ~ EVANGELIST G. A. DUNN J ' who will begin revival at Walnut Street Church of Christ, May 1st. You are invited to hear this great preacher. I ■ * i ii i i Boy your New Shoes at MAHONEY BROTHERS First Class Boot and Shoe Repairing Best Mateial Used, Bes^ Rubber Heels Put On Shoe Shop 214 1-2 N. Travi st. Near Binkley Hotel SHERMAN PLUMBING ^ COMPANY , ; i • Plumbing That Pleases Gas Stoves Connected and - Adjusted PHONE 72 J. D. BUSTER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW D 1A M O N I) Bicycle Shop BICYCLES - PARTS-ACCESSORIES Repairs For All Kinds of Bicycles = 403 NORTH WALNUT ST. | 3rd Floor Commercial National Bank I" .. 'Mini"' RUBBER STAMPS ! STENCILS — SEALS * * * Stamps made when you want them. - < CLAUD TISE > Phone 293 114 E. Pecan "The Post Office Opposite" FIRE—LIFE—TORNADO u ' ALL CLASSES OF E 1 i 2 f Dr. Maxwell C. Murphy Dental Surgeon Kelly Building • Office .Phone 927. Residence Phone 565 s- PHONE 547 ...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

■rm± ly Revised Schedule of T. and O. League for First Month of Play. SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE The revised schedule oi the Tex-! as-Oklahoma League for the first, thirty days of the playing season necessitated by Cleburne's decision ! not to play Sunday ball, follows: I MEXIA. At Home—With Corsicana April 1 19-20, with Greenville April 23-24, with Paris April 25-26, with Sher-; man May l-2r with Bonham May 3-4, j with Ardmore May 6-6, with Cle-j burne May 7. ^ Abroad—At Corsicana April 21-22,1 at Greenville April 27-28, at Paris May 29-30, at Cleburne May 8-9-10, at Ardmore May 11-12, at Bonham May .18-14, at Sherman May 15rl6, at Paris May 17-18--19. CORSICANA. At Home—With Mexia April 21-22, with Paris April 23-24, with Green- ville April 25-26, with Bonham May I-2, with Sherman May 3-3, with Cleburne May 6-6, with Ardmore May 7-8. On Road—At Mexia April 19-20, at Paris April 27-28, at Greenville April 29-30, at Bonham May 9-10, at Sherman May 11-J2, at Ardmore May 13-14, at Cle...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

p vK ■17 m •!;gl aR :'f. 3 '■*« ■ .tfk |'i> L$ If $ si? *1 ' if \ "■0 $ • V2r Wj •I " it fh 3? SATURDAY, APRIL St. l tt. if SHERMAN gATTTttDAY CHRONICLE T. L. Tennison L. L. Etchiaon INSURANCE < ** *, FIRE TORNADO LIFE HEALTH ACCIDENT TENNISON arid ETCHISON Pleie 717 307 CfflMrehl Bnk Bid's. .TE CAMPBELL QUALITY PREPARED PAINT For paintnig houses outside and inside, and for all kinds of general painting. This paint is the highest achievement of scientific paint making; the exact proportions of the best known materials are combined in the proper manner, thereby producing a perfectly bal- anced, thoroughly efficient paint. It dries with a firm, glossy surface, retains its tone and color and will give the maximum of durability. . . , . • dupont b. lion LUMBER ✓ Phone 61. - * HALL & HARE GENERAL INSURANCE PHONEM Commercial Bank Building ' " * " r • « "AVrVM^VfV//AV,*,V/, Shoes Are Good Shoes • WmM FLOWERS BEAUTIFUL Say It With Flowers Bnk §f Flowers 8IA N. TfavU msmmm J t eIMs...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE • w4Sfc,?y SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1921, 7 CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OP TEXAS. In the District Court, August term. A. D. 1022. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Grayson county—Greeting. _ You are hereby commanded that by making publication of this citation in some newspaper published in the county of Grayson for four weeks -previous to the return day hereof, you summon 0. P. Sammons, whose residence is unknown, to be and ap- pear before the District Court, 59th Judicial district of Grayson County, to be holden in and for the County of Grayson, at the court house thereof in Sherman on the first Monday in August, 1922, then and there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 21st day of December, 1921, wherein Nellie Sammons is plaintiff, and 0. P. Sammons is defendant, the file number of said suit being 29388 and the nature of said plaintiffs de- mand being in substance an action for divorce on the ground of adult- ery, for care and Custody of th...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

I v-j i.. > SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1921. Political Announcements Announcements under this heading are subject to the action of the Dem- ocratic primaries In 15*22. For CoBtrniman, Foorlh Dlslricii SAM RAYBURN SHF.RMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE For County Judge R. M. CARTER G. T. McDOXOUGH For Tax Collector, Oraynou C irn«y D, R. (DOLPH) VAUGHAN H. M. Hfcrve Wisdom. For Sheriff, Grayaon County W. B. "Bill" GOODE FLOYD EVERHEAT For County Treasurer, Grnyson County MRS. EFFIE STALLCUP HAUSE For Justice of the Peaco Precinct No.l Place No. 1 M. P. CAY WOOD For Public Weigher, Precinct No. I J. L. (Jim) SNYDER For Justice of the Peace. Precinct No. 1 Place No. 2. W.L.GORMLEY BETTER QUALITY This Mower is made by the Pennsylvania peo- ple. The best cheap Lawn Mower on the market.* •. „ Siades—Crucible tool Steel, • ■ Bearings—Ball bearing, just the flame as in the \ higher grade Penn- sylvania#. Wheels—10-inch Rein- forced rims. Parts—Malleable and cast, noiseless and smooth cutting. (Leslie Hard...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

■' a SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1921 WILLIAM RUSSELL IN ) A NEW FOX PICTURE "The Roof Tree," said to be a most exciting story of the Kentucky hills, will bring William Russell to the Washington theatre for two days startnig Monday, in his latest News and Views of the Screen Virginia Falre was severely injured startnig Monday, in his latest Fox! when a motorist in Los Angeles col- ill'L* S2."efrz ",W>lth ■ It and laiis m jamming it to the curb. She is laid up, nervous shock and of a young Virginian who love with a Kentucky girl, after a suffering from murder in his home town has forced minor bruises;, him to flee to Kentucky to escape the wrath of the slain man's family. Alan Crosland has been engaged to As may be asiftimed fiwm the title, direct Irene Castle in her forthcom- much of the picture concerns the in-, ing Hodkir son release, the temporary fKof „ ^ working title of which is announce.*! fluence that a magnificent roof tree working title of which exert...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

T. APRIL 29. IMS. SHERMAN RATTTRPAY CHRONICLE THE SATURDAY CHRONICLE, Published on Saturday by Um HUNTER PRINTING CO. E. C. HUNTER . P. S. HUNTER . J. L. HUNTER .Editor. Muuf*r. Entered at the postofflee at Shcr- man*. Texas, March 25, 1922, as mail matter of the second class according to the act of CongTess, March 8, 1879. Advertising Rates furnished hj < n application. Subscription, $1.50 Per Tear. OUSLEY AFTER THOMAS. Office i f publication In Fay Blrck corner Crockett, Wall and Laurvl streets, cue black north of Public Square. Clarence Oualey, candidate for the Senate, is paying some attention to the other candidates for the Senate and in his Abilene address reviews the stand of Cullen Thomas somewhat as follows: ."Mr. Thomas advocates the fixing of farm prices by Congress or some agency of Congress and cites the pre* cedent of the war emergency act of a guaranteed price for wheat. I would be interested to have him make that proposal to an audience of western wheat farmets if...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

Royal Breakfast Blend 3 h • r m a n C o Combines Great Excellence Wonderful Aroma Superb Flavor With Popular Price. SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1922. G. T. McDonough Candidal* County Judge. for Sherman Coffee Company e Made. In Sherman e C o m P a n Roasted To- Day. It's Fresh It's Clean L A N G ST O N'S Butter Crisp READ Purity Bakery JOHN M. LOCKE THE TINNER For All Kinds of Tin and Galvanized Iron Work Will Receive Careful and Prompt Attention PHONE 492 Motorcycle Parts Ordered for all makes and mod- els ; Agency for Henderson & Ex- celsior Motorcy- cles. Diamond Bicycle Shop 403 N. Walnut St. The ml id cathartic action of Rer- bine is well liked by ladies. It purifies the system without griping or sick- ening the stomach. Price, 60c. Sold by Masons' Drug Store.—Adv. Let's open Wall street. WITH EQUIPMENT SECOND TO NONE MAKE GLASSES TO COR- RECT ALL DEFECTS IN VISION R. B. NALL The Man Who Makes Glasses That Please 2nd Floor, Com'l Bk Building LETS OPEN WAL...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Saturday Chronicle — 29 April 1922

PAGE TWELVE SHERMAN SATURDAY CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 2i, 1922. LUCK'S GARMENT SHOP GIVE SILK UNDERFINERY FOR GRADUATING PRESENTS We'll guarantee you'll please the girl^yitl? a present of dainty Silk Undrewear select- ed from our large and complete stock. GOWNS, TEDDIES, KNICKERS CAMISOLES the most beautiful we've ever shown, in all the new Silks and Satins and: Crepes and < Jerseys, fashioned in the most bewitching styles, finished with the sweetest laces and picots and hemstitching—white, flesh and' colors as you may like, all on special sale this week—the Garment $1.45, $1.95, $2.45, upwards to $16.50 You'll Find Something New Here Every Time You Drop in—Come and See. Buy or Not as You Like, l Two Men Fought One Died of Wounds Deniflon, April 27.—What vu be- lieved to be an old grudge between two prominent Grayson county farm- ers, terminated In the death of John J. McCoy, farmer about 45 years old, living about five miles southeast of Denison, near Bona, and the ar- rest of ...

Publication Title: Sherman Saturday Chronicle
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