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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

mmm 'Sffr ' ; . RflPliMl WSmSSasSsmm ' Cm FEDERATION or WOMEN'S CLUBS IN REGULAR MEETING ;, Mr*. .silux Hare pmiitlctl or« r a regular meeting of the City Federation Friday afternoon at the Slier man Public Library (mildI it*. After the lnglujc of the National Antheui. "Anierlea." the president del- egated Mr a. William Lankford to net an Heeretary. The niinuteH of the pre- vious* sewslon were read and approved. On the president's call for report*. Mrs. Barlow Eobtffe treasurer. Mated that the entire amount of funda rea - Iwd by the Federation from duea and fines aggregated $47.48. Th© present balance in the treasury is $2D.33. Mrs. C. E. Craycroft Introduced her Americanization report, with the read- ing of the history and text of the '•American's freed." She followed witu several report* from membership Hubs, on the different phase* of work that had been assigned them. Tlie Civic Leajnip lind been too en- grossed with preparation* for it* Armistice Day program to give any at- tent...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

" r V '' fp jm 4 - saP^i i W:iVf ■'w£&~ R&sfl N ' xhr; ispr iSi'K'3 SHERMAN DAILY twfcfr [OCltAT -u- (ESTABLISHED 1970.) Dally Except on Hundajr, W- f&j, ■ 'Afc B NUMBERS .................... 1M .Bi ■ >fc.i. .,...•••110 .J , i'li II AND lll|S iff*'- 'V. •?** at Bhcrman, Texas, Aug. 14, 1879, ii mall • - - t* tbe sttof Cmlgrea* Mar a, |$7fc IS%'|^^is^moN"ttATKa ' : On# month, ahtl Oklahoma] moaths, f4J0; Oae.yesr, 11', ''■ "n ^'"nyigi"! 'in otherwise f, Publishers, Kherman, Texati Bubee rib- give old address u well m now one. — TED PRESS.—The Associated Press I yblkatloM of all new* dispatches credited paper and also the local, *«*rs published ^ All rights of repuNIc^ion of special dispatches hereiu are also r > . ... f t ';• . Tv't^i.1 hwMk yxmm mm :&T, Sp?W' i ? SgBSEKMr sHBKI SB?!' fpSKflS! TEXAS, SATURDAY, MO .\vv^v v-;|-v •V • • ... '.. . ■' $&W I I'tiws. ■* - MBr.JL¥ L;; j' ■ ■ . ■ *', tmm '«* «:"* K ■; g&M,,: •■.Wi ' ' ' ' IPf s on Corporations Sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

• . ■: wSmSffl, MWNk^ flJP* Bft PP NH f FOB RENT—Rooms with all eonven KNUrfC Ffhtt cMaa meOla' to 11mlted number. CdufSer and gentlemen pre- ferred. 21B W. Mulberry. 11ione 741. ?. .. H,.;*' ______ '•■ FOR RENT—Two nicely famished bedrooms. also g*r*gfc 'VffiB ^'WKMIi Travis St u3-«tP FOR RENT—Rhorn cloee in la twb gentlemen or man fthd Wife. irMhft ioei. f *** FOR RENT—Two light housekeeping roonrt, 245 E. Pecan. Phdne 1317. n5-Ctp , Su' «KL, wHT *vTF*v iiwiini t *4. '■■C $ f i, « p. ■sfrattf ; 7 Insertions 4Es " - luaertlous 12 Insertion* li 44j 1.021 r*Sj I t ■ U j 2.10! FOR RENT—Two uicely furnished roouw for housekeeping. with.all-con- veniences, for couple. Phone 1564. 808 K. Hrmiton. ti8-4tp J?aaaa F6R RENT-Apartment flosf in. Vmir room*, bsth and garage: PhoneiBOi. n4-3tc —. ii ■ I.' ■ i 'i,, j..... '*■ ?- TOR RENT—First floor apartment, four rooms uriTnrhlahtol of partly'fur- bished. Phone 1 38. -«4 8tp room forrent—8oo no: rroct- ett St. fall 20. Mrs. Or. Meadow, it 4 (« ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 November 1920

tMMttpn &££££&£&&ft Brii mi TEXAS, SATURDAY, FRENCH 0F>1CIALS ft', • I T0; 5TAY Wl' WE CARRY ON Willi r % mm 4NOflKM Fmm Dispatch .... -T- -am*,.- x. ;t?UV M Pft? wm AMoclated Pw* Dlspnt.h] Chicago, Nov. 0.—Tori Wan<l«ror. Part*. Nov. 0.—A view wan express- recently convicted for wife ^ murder P(1 by 0ff|c|al« of t| e French govern- •* tbt W"ln* "f 8 "r*«^ «*' ? raent ioday that they would to ready whom he him! to make a false hild-i up to $over the murder of bit bride. I'° ■■>■ failed to get « motion for a new trial .Hardin* In "something different" from acted on today when Chicago at- tb League of Nation* aa drawn up at torneya refused to take the jM George Ouenther and Benedict Short, who were Wanderer'* attorney* at the flrat trial, declined to continue In the cane aa h)a attorneys. When the Vernal lien. This atatement waa made ■ IrJ In reference to President-elect Hard- ing's message from Marlon to news- paper men that the Veraalllea League Judge aaked ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

W (ujc• • %-vyy*«*$&*** BB&S® "fy] • M F" # Mil Mi ra® HiH If |pw£&?Xr srrr 1 •__ I mfflti VOLUME XXXX.—NO. W. .WfBm ® # - $$«§£ WBI1 .1 i—— !.!',■ i iiiiii ! ;4: = —1 ' - 'is'sw* sm r Considered '!J 'liwl;''^r\r'• H 'VW4-1 "j: .• "^ ESTIMATES SHOW IT WILL TAKE FOUR BILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR- BIG NAVAL PROGRAM. 4Mut**to. CrtM Difipatch •Ufc •, ^ ,_. v '>/- iiffiraT V *'$£r '•' . ffiftrjig- Washington. Nov. 8*-Kstluiates upon Which Congress will .base the op- rratlona of the government uuder the 0"w Republican administration are now being prepared by Ac * Various deinrtmctiTt* under the direction of the Drux.'rafj'alitnct officials, and in ac- cord with the Wilson administration. They will bp submitted to C-ougress at tlie next session which iueetn l>ee. 6. They are ex_pfected to be made uridhr a revision Wan In cooperation wl|! the Harding administration. wliich will take affairs over March 4.. Naval Program Extensive. The forthcoming estimate of thi. War Department...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

BPS . v*.* tfftlfg A. ftebdon C. K(«en Deris 8$ ■•Sfc I Following a tia Wen Stroke of mlyala, Mr*. Rva Cox, formerly of away at tor howr In Italian Saturday afternoon at 2:40 7or CbngretH, 4 th District* A. W. Acheson && Itor Governor: Culbertaon — tioveriioifl|^|SF::: HMfc ler of Public .1968 US Account*: 120 *M if . . .. , ^ • -J^pIlIK **♦. *•• *•••'•*' •*•••*♦'1261' Htate Hupt. jrlfVttMic Iimttuctloii: Hp' ^ W- MP*. Commissioner of Agrt|MiUure: U'kHOI^ ....111) .120 |i ■M&W* r General Land Office: V J*. .1903 Attorney Genet*! jfcBifcw* Wheats* 4 **£; lit ill,? Fftlll^ , Yor Judge Court of Criminal Appeals: p rsw* 11 Amendments I# Stale Constitution. For an amendment to Heetlon IV. Aft tlcla XI, or the COuntUutlon of ffl« Mafic of Texas, Increasing J? tW total tax j-ajte. that may, ho levied hy cities and town.) having b popuatloiuof five thousand or leal, from om;-fanrth of one per cent to not exceeding one and 0De*hall par cent Of any one yaar.. J«54 . ■—„ jiIT Ar£?t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

■RHI ■ .i \' - &&&& M BHraMTw ^ ; j_j__ij1ii^_iJ1j__^JP " -" liilLLiiiiilLl* Avilr> - : 11 '•'-•?i« MMl*',1- " • ".! fll CPST ■ .. ■ LtZ . Vlfef.r!, /. . i (MSI Ill*Ajfe.i ... m TTll ■. .fff' .W^rffl.- , i' ■.££, W VM' * # wMlfe •t^S^wSN*Wf' i,•;.'>(& *.;■ ,%« jg^wyMWPf* ' "suit sr ; I iff'- -• y «L 11., Is'" J* ' . fjV V. ;■.;, WM P s&wS w^OOTIri' • VtKT 'f .yjOTSBaBHrc Tbe red W* 3t ereu of jFort U ill School idereu w* wjMfo« P vt t tbe focal boys. H wii SMSs* \ Saturday \ Higli School t -]wi over the focal bora. I* was f defeat of tl «* wtwu ,|or t^oafb I Itln'g men, fUhouL'h ill *|B I l^&iraWa? «>f ' taWlm3'1*ft I Shennut Mil* went much of tlie JoOul team'a claim- ««ey tot Nor tk *es:'a *' ut ploui$fip honor*, although by defeating Hills- '•Mi# revived.^4^^* 'kjM Fort Worth outweighed the localR ft Itftte arid outplayed them more. Sber- man weut Into the snow -apparently over confident, and apparently did nqjt appreciate the real worth of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

■ < WMii SU, wsfcl '•<# c f "kyjftl I E^SBg THE SUBWAY '- ■* virqinia':'«||i|^| I be dm* quietly," lin. Francis Tul- murmured to herself Mohe «too4 the noonday crowd pouring - - — v | *"*;' w " w . -^7 ™ fSV? ' vubway. Her own offray, material, with Its wide, child- • of delicate, white lace teemed oat of place among the tailored ndta of the working i hurrying paat, A gray velvet hat at mm W ' I," Grace Mm *W For VWtorn. Honoring their guest, Mlsg HPfmitn. Mr*. Robert Wilson James While, Miss Caroline Liggett and MIms Vallette Fwute. Jkir. and Mrs Arthur Hopkins entertained and dellghtfal'manner with cards Frl dav evening. $!#& The decoration* were wide In vari- ety of tone, and were chiefly In aplen arrying past, A gray single ornament of . Talfonrd been me ge, Francis was late. 1 I that aho ahoild meet that they ahoald go enbway. How mi m called fopShln at ."SUTHLlt <*. be«n to first time she had seen he had bean a secre* father's office. & She re. straight should...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

* ynjnjMwKiM I gK {$ " .':$ 11' •' 311 • :•' * «•£" fi 8HPSPI°TE rtulay $f! M •'# W PROPOSED PEOPIJ5 OF THE TWO TOWNS JOIN IN ARMISTICE IMY CELEBRATION. ; ftr—1> n T _ , Deniaon, Texas, Nov. 8.—The Armlatiee * Ihiy t committer . will meet at the Gb«nbrr of Com in we to- night to complete' final arran&v' ineuta for the celebration to 1k helo In Denison Thnrnday. The Music Ian** Union of r>enlson hare donated a band for the parade and the Katy Band has hrrauged to donate their aerviee* also. The negroes of Pent. hoij held a meeting yeaierdny after- uoon and are arranging to take part in'the parad^ and will also have their local bgtul in the lineup tlms assuring ample iuuslc for the oecaalon. Tin. Itetall Merchants' Association in Sherman has declare<l a full holi- day aud their stores will l>e eloKeo for fhe entire day «c<-ordlug to a proclamation Issued by the association Saturday. Sherman.will be invited to Join with Oeulson irt <* lfl ratlng whM ; ay morning. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

«• «>4;- *' ■' ' MPS Rl>« as DAILY DEMOCRAT. . a'J'VJ.V*' •i' y i M^ 'iy MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1920. ,y • f',1 -ft{. a&i-f ,1'1 > ©WeSE® WiiPiPW ii^ J&J PUBLIt We Mast Begin by Making It Possible for rtKe Farmer to Handle the Job.1 V '' trva**#'iit-"^ By H. A. MOEHLENPAH, Federal Raaerva Board. £1 iWii.ii,, \\ I*.•••« ••*«*< 14, 1879, aa mil act of CougrcM, Mar i, 1879. fi •.M-'.W IM1* m zm £ Houston States Treaayrjr countrjlr ill the next mma i <> ;l through the income tax levy Mr. Houston will ad viae ■■ month, Jubacrlb- aa Aaaociated wmBBm .1 ., also the Mei! * n bea credited f published Money and crttflta ahmild be mobilised and -wwunfc t* the **aJtflrt ;p'ac* in ©a* tlwle economic program and put bfbind tlto farmer in^Mpii • cient amount an he goon to hia snmmer'a woili.lo male it poaiMc for him i to rilalre gootj on the tank we have laid upon him. ■',* rernment, through the operation of the federal htnlrt and rit stock land banks, can do much by way of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

WiW*z • ^p^mbmmiibih^^ ■ MUW Wx Hp$ ' ■ Vi;::i. k#lHilR8R*5•?iW^IS^f^BS^rSaiPK 4 ^•rsriiSiHPSr-T. ••:"• '?#&■:. -I k'\-:r:?'•;.<. «, iin I • I, I. I, II Mfwi N -• e" ' BH iMi psm • Si®OT •.& ,te..:*! F*-. ■ ! /.}•;/ ■ - ' Iifrlr: HJfefff TV* fff FOR RENT—ROOMS r.\FVHN18HED rooms for rent. 71a East Houston. n«3tp FOE Rig NT—To refined «-ouple, mod- -em, furnished, light housekeeping rooms, clos In. Address (1 care pem- ( ^ nfc2tp ■ ^ I m UC^Vh«H Wtorw3: apartment. Phone 1745. iitRltp FOR RENT—3 large unfbndBhcH rooms. All .modern convenience*. 311 Tennessee. Ring 1302. n0-3tp FOR RENT—Rooms hIUi all conven- iences. First class meals to limited: number, (tuples ami gentlemen pre- ferred. 215 W. Mulberry. Phone 741. uMkp FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished bedrooms, also garage, p28 South n * # M JO iasertioBs ? t * 8 ■ it. flwSss i . , WO IW IM r3 2 10 li ..wUlfW 1.80 2.1# 2.10 2.40 2.81 2.04 2.62' 2.88 2 78 3.12 8*1 3.00 2.83 rwffl Travis St. n5-(itp \ FOR RENT—Room elose in to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 November 1920

L x x " VWM*Wv' >-^/Vv• vx-y . ■ j.'01 W K#3> U ■'■*' ■:■■'■ : -'>:■'■' y< ' ; ■ ' .' J.k. '-j . - ■i^ij^£:'£-..-— ' v^Bjfc ft*' « • "-; > •;.">.r'-v.v,. • ?• V ;; '•'v.; •« •■'•■.■ ■- " > .v ''tjWffi' i 1 .■ .':t«: '::' . i'' " . .W.V •'•• sSapS * <"' ■' '•>• •• V4-ir'jJ ;'. y--«aHS.g^TMMBt ..' : ;•■' ■ " ' r ' • i''1 .-GKIJW I v< ■ II WW ... r f- W f «"* "I IWI " 1 1 * "■■ !"■ 'I ■■■in ■ I I—I -UnfuriiltflHMl mom* 1017 A call for Heroes. fa®, 0r Mm •JMctae r^u^r::, wan™.. _ . .« .. WWl^JJ mt'm fa rui win, l„y or m to ~ *ork. Good hoii«*\ Cow and f«*l fur- ntstiwl froe. I'hotie 2IW. nS-IMp. | M4mi. uKatp > WANTHI)—Wet kltrhen maid. Sher- man Hospital iiH-8tc A witfysy® /■ V*K mSr — -- fiirninhed boose . Phono 857. n8-fltp I piSl&i | ■■£ upHtalrH of my 3. Ciwketl. Six room*. J. W. Holsapplr. ;M i 8-3tp t HALIC—A five and Ilunk wM mm. t_. 9OTflMK9|MHf r i'$k I ,*' • 8. Kim. T modern . W. I*. Krt- i-$& Il8*12tp '< 'f'' *' ■'' ' 1 BB>W W^w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

* " „ • V ' "i W'": # W 4 Tml : I f. ■V.xfcs m§. «, . .V'tf-fy ' ?■ ■ Ml VOLUME KlBSrNO. 91. ISisff V#*, aifi^jiiia .«;'' -v 22 £ f ;w &%. ■Zli-r, Vst®;, THE TRAINING CAMPS .CAI^piRAyiS SIX THOUSAND SHORT- IE MEN FROM ANY PLACE IUNTRY—NO COMMENT >E ON REQUEST. j FW* x«"v *> Pmm DUpatcfe] Plegraphlc to the recrui:- lt more meu for impa Immediately. No explanation^ tin order wan given in the official anuofpcement. dx thousand 'ehori irtment said the re- liever before l time given a similar or- .been culled from .tftajjif were sta- tioned there heretofore bltt Wider the new otder they will I* taken from any place in tlx* country. GRANDSTAND IN K1DD- KEY PARK TO HAVE MORE SEATS BUILT THIS WEEK A good v>art of the long-delayed giuudstaud in Kidd-Key Park will Ih completed tills week in time for the A i mist lee Day program there Thurs- day, and especially the football game iM-tweeii Austin College and Southwes- tern Cniveralty, which constitutes a liHrt of the program. Mater...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

'.■*•■■;•■ - , v ' M( 'j^t • $ f^WR. P*i «.<?'" *i 'w«^0 'vn4- -JmS i '.• .'*ifi*? ■ ;''. / , '• ■ v'■ •Lv ( '■' jji 1 ■ ■ ■ .•*►; "t. '•jku'f. •' • i' ••', .•; . 1 ■ '" ' v • '.4 ?V • it.u .*A ■. v',--\«A-;1* wtiiPe < "'ft.,' •;,., . ,v -" \. 1 'i * t4t ••••" %*• ■ • *'*•.-.S$BV^SkjIw -V:'.> -®6 = il":v ' msWJmBwwm. -:- - ... ' < . , .. , ,_ i ■ ,> .£*■■■?■ (.!■•'■=■■ W.iK;- ' • A", •' ••' \ .. - ' ;' ■ x ■ ' / ^■1# \ ■•'■ ' :'^I ' 'K" ■ ,'v'.'. SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN. TEXAS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1920. ijMj|t&: Mmmmm FW"1 V . ^v Up!'.. Js* i .vi,. ; ,V^'.W' >*Vf; • Vjfl^Vk. ■■I)•&;Miz'' w m r ... ■ •'• •■••«%'• l^Bh Hk:. ,-■ y-T,lSf&7" v 'kiU&k SpKr i i " J #SwML " \ ; -,- , 1 I i m ,; r.f!" wm; MpaBBg ' V 1 -'■ ' * ^c>- : .a -fc f>'. ,1-pKvft. .. i .■••,/ VJ, '■' i H ®2r*$ jwjj^wW I Wf^W 0C30 mm -'■■ • • «. m *mk&r'WmKO «®.'? FIRST -:- :«HS1 * -W) (Kjppira I tti. (t.i j SPECIAL Jm ',v ■ i ' ■K ■ i;: W-W#' P|''TW^ II n Fi&a SS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

; mm m ~flw^ ■'V ■*;••' -s\. ■■ /(^'•v^-*,aK''w.1V, 'i :'$*'} Bl 7 ■■!' cJ * >, w.f# fij^dxS 1. 1^!..^ ■ FiSH£H ROMANOFF THURSBAV NIGHT ON THE MOVIE SCREEN m ,.i m^y'M • IllLUE ICOMANOFF. Hhorniun wrt'sUiiiR funs niv ««Uiu. to «(>«• a mil oiiiU'h at tin.- Elks' llitfl Thursday iiitflit wllcii Thai! Ho.-kout puts .luck I'IsImt and Millie ltoiunu- off on iii a finish lnal.-'i. I't'i'liajw no match could !> . stakc«l in Sherman in which Thnd ltookout <1U1 not |mrl]Vii)^^44ttH would ero.it^ the interest aln-ady shmvu in the Fi.shor- lUtinanofr mutch. 1'. •' i men have ih >( tin. local chaniliioM and, while tlicj couhl not endure tli i'.ookout scissors, .vet (hey won a plncc in tlie hearts of (lie Nhermun fans by their skill hiiA ability. The'men are about the same size iel build and both are recognized the world over as "(up Hoteliers" in ilie pi toe. Thnd Itookout said today: "They are two of lhi> most scientific men in the world, and I am expeilinn to en- joy oil*' o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

mam H. LANKFOBD. a* V '' i illjr itfe. ' ; ' 1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER t, 192#. UTIRDAY i- 7 jlut Saturday In the Couqty Health Fair, un«lerf .VlXfeft will be flonrtncteji. The Ooaniy;" Medical Soviet* jr chow Tin A, H. Braden and.,, Mr*. reftl school health jiitrafs inleeml lier service# to ftaalxt ilr auci l>r. Braden. Coufcr- _ j fee hekl in Mm. Fair's office court house, every Saturday af- from 1:80 to 8 o'clock, and will be absolutely free to any child for examination. ^ This privilege has been opened to of Grayson County by the Red Cross and Texas State Health Id acting co-operatively. purpose pod hope of child health baa been clearly defined in the subjoined paragraph, dipped from the State Haalth board's literature, and will clarify any uncertainty people i may entertain ' • to its efficiency !n preparing children to become healthy 0(Jl) 1 tf£ •'V'"V '' '* 'i "The purpose of the child health conference ia to raise the standard of health in the community by means of a public cli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

■ ' - . iy. • n ; . .,■■■■■ ■v? ^ .• w; JM *$5L, JH WL„ ijjp *£ ™ ' It -We ^ "■> /'^lfVv,,'':'^>;1fA!' ■■"ii,'/'^sf"i£< r •;'';;*^^-w,''\y'vSK^A'S'^* '"^VY • ss^MiBtQifflrotipixssjiE k J**:'& ■>- „ HERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, mffl'Mi CELEBRATE ON ARMISTICE DAY ELMER SCOTT Visits PUNTS IN SHERMAN PARADE WILL BE AT 9:M O'CLOCK AND SHAFT TO SOLDIERS UNVEILED. Denlson, Texas. Nov. 0.—A very en- thusiastic gathering of the Armistice Day committee under direction of P. J. Brennan general chairman, was held last night at the Chamber or Commerce rooms to formulat? plaps for the day's celebration in Denlson. A definite decision was made for each department for the day and each sep- arate committee will have their cer- tain work to do and are expected to do it well. The parade time will be 9:30 In- stead of 11 o'clock. The parade will form at the High School at 0 o'clock , buildliuc a munber of moderate priced leaving that point at 9:30. marching 4^. for it, employe8 <\...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

W$mP- r, •' 'i v .•>. • • A.WCEI' Hi ra%sOB3$5 ^J3 .•J ' \ 'HE SHERMAN DAILY "i 11 ■■ —•.■ . •&) S'Vj • J 1 THK DAY'S BUST EDITORIAL. } 11 J mi j' 187aH® on Hunday. SHKRM |V$ Weekly III in I ■ ' " 1 * !' ' ' H "..110 ■' tho second i "■ "' -*1 1 .'.'gM1 ■ k.: - I '>• Ok I a noma "■ ■ ■'" lLHB W*> mmmm ■ 1 HW3J9BI HH ■ , NOVEMBER II u "Millions of American Women Seem Be Simply P^ashion Mad Today." — . H.. OPV ni> T O flTPATTAW In 4,Mflnnr<i a# TmmnrftHtv.M By REV. DR. J. R. STRATTON, in "Menace of Immorality >. ■ VK . .!/ .41,' ,1,r:V.•, \ /.%2.v. v •. I'.!-,";; , ^ vV;---' *r%>' 1 ■ 1 — * W'c cannot rgraps the unpleapant fact that ipiilions of Amcncan m Ick. era It, Ik a re; ten lively we Inirrow Ulcus! from nature. built to drop over metpwl objec ts upotji which it is to work, lakes lis principle from tlie starffth, which net I lew Itself over a sen oyijter torlav pcem td bo nimj ly fashion mad. They are nothing else vor to "style." 'Women are complaining to...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

wmm r-: m 111# #9H9^9hPB3f ■ <\ FOR KENT -6 room furnished house South Travis. Phone S57. u^fw _ FOR RENT—Entire upstair* of my resltleuce/lttlO a. Crockett. Six room*, modern. J. W. IIoliMipple. n8 3tp wammP* mmwm FOR RENT-ROOMS LflfiF r I iUMfUlW * ,is .72J# .so Insertions 8 liiMvrtlous 4 Insertions B luserthws • IOMertioiiM 1.35 1.00 1*5 1.80 .90 1.08 IM S.j I li JO E.mp a.ho ltd 2.10 tm HJtt 2.3d 2?6 bi.od 3.0ft 8,30 3.46 3.00 3.75 ■3.90 Ep2T4.051 3.Oil 4.20 3e| 4.3M 3.5 J 4 501 3.40) 4.051 Blffl BJ14' 4.80i 0.26 tifti 5.081 5.43 1.44 l.lfif is 3.80 li8-2tp 2.80 {.57 3.00 3.90 fl.SOt K.IhI 0.25* 7.16 fi.40 7.43 8.JW! * 71 «,W AfrT ."-W a ,/& -'iW Vf!i* ji/'v ■ B'JMUigfct wm^K utt £ • t uiiw ill i III ■ 11' 'm 1 II'i*; *?- i 11 m '. '; H Jlfc IJI jtei ..' i i . ' 7T|? F4 ylM w --it'' *:XafiX 1 • 1 ^"EBUf mm * J : ''"*3^ ,fa« 9 ,■ „ " ••• Hy wMHflK v*jj « raumii' 1-4 # ''. yl t *MPJ FOK RENT—Unfurnished rooms .1017 East Cherry. n83tp FOR RENT—Nicely furftlshed house- keepin...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 November 1920

0$ P& a Hi M MM IfflPi i? ra iw® When you can dress them up;- for m little money, that you won't realize the cost or miss the money. .W;^9PBSi' fy '•' • ys WM& m w*i:-'Ami ■ W4*m*«w v'' fffi'ffis fSJPa, ' ■ ■". ' Boys' Suits as low as $6.00. All our Boys' $15.00 Suits, now These are values and prices that can- not be matched. BMBBn SImI BSIKg3$£ nil. i"*': J(/X. ■' r 1 M '&• Better Suits in fine cloths and colors, lllsiil How about a good waist for $1.00 or a Blue Work Shirt for 88c. ....... ". : - Jlil Overcoats for boys at $7.50 to $10.00. Boys Shoes we handle are all leather, $3.50 to $5.00. Bring the boys m to be fitted. Lowest prices in Sherman ,//.. ,•' ^ r , • ; I; i , miWcM J-^uau, fe&'s&MlSf! Blips* —i#i-• ■m Among the Court* i Fire at LWIe Rock. : >•' UuptiUh 1 RlArMRil. Ft m I FIFTEENTH DISTRICT COURT. Han. Slla* Hare, Judge. C. H. Furehe ▼«. J. W. Noe; dismiss i I* Little Jtock. A k.. Xi v. 0.—Between Q sixty and seventy-five automobiles aoclety in...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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