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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 November 1920

■ wrafcs jsog > /• '^WIW: ••;f cr^Q7 , i' : v v>vTtf (VHr. iMSKHf . W'w^MHPlPw ■; ;,^vr,-.v. ... j. HERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, ■i ■ Its wi'K RESOLUTIONS AgQlirm PREPARED TO BRING MATTER BEFORE BRITISH HOUSE OF COMMONS. Associated frtu Dispatch] Loudon, Nov. 24".—H. 8. Asqulth, former Premier and leader of the op- position in the House of Common* was prepared today to more a resolu- tion condemning outrages against Crown forces and civilians in Ireland. The resolution he had written ex- pressed abhorrence of the brutal as- sassination of offieers in Dublin last Sunday, deplored and condemned the action of the Irlah Executive De- partment in "attempting to suppress crime by methods of terrorism in re- prisals involving the lives and proper- ty of innocent persons," and declared the urgency of taking immediate steps to bring about the pacification which is demanded in the interests of Ireland and the Empire. Disorder Causes Postponement. - The government has indicated there !s no obj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 November 1920

•• .«*•'. iUfli >V *f, <tMH ", ; & ** ——— N DAILY DEMOCRAT (ESTABLISHED 1*79. > AN DEMOCRAT (INC.), JPUBLI8HBM*. Democrat Published Thursday* JL. •HONE NUMHEltS.••.«.. .. *#•>•••••••• rmhU .110 AND HI. Fat°red at the postoffle. at Sherman, Texmj, Anj..14,,187*. ui mail yf the second claa* according to the act of Congre«a, Mar 3, lk7P. " * 8UB8CBUTION RATBH. ■ J. AILY DEMQCBAT—By carrier or id Texat and Oklahoma: One month, SetmmrnOit, $4.00; One year $7.80. Beyond Te*as and Oklahoma aitu within 1,000 miles: One month, 86c; Six months, H-C0;_One^year. . % Hom't to The Sherman Democrat, Publishers, Sherman Texas. Subscrib- «ra desfrlog addwaa changed please *1™ old addres, as well as pew one. MKMIWKS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.—The Awoelated ft** 1* u S« tor tion of all net** dlxptttehe* credited "ttorC£ ofhc«*lM cMtftftl in this paper audratoo the local ^ published herein* Ail rights of repudiation of special dispatches httwdn *r© also re> HW mm p® j '* t • H#*!' ■■ W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 November 1920

wm:: ***** tyj Wj,:'';W.{ fflill FO* 5 NT—Tbrw rooms. 613 8. Walnut. Phone 1421. FOR RENT—Three unfurnished light housekeeping rooms witte conveni- ences. I'boue 1001. FOR KENTS& wJttJlHwrd; FOR RENT~T#o light ^ou*eke«vlng rooms and men's bed rooms, 308 B. Pecan. l* n28-0lp ■* '"! I" FOR RENT- inent. 243 E. I room furnished apart- iu. Phoue 1917. g.™w Kent RENT—3 or 4 uuruniM.nl rooms, all conveniences; near car line, on pavement. Phone 738 at noon hour or after 6 p. m. - •*,n22-3tp A FOR RENT—Two jUght housekeeping rooms to couple without children. 413 West Pecan St n22-3tp FOR RENT - Rooms with all conveni- ences. Couples and gentlemen prefer- red Charley Brown place. 213 W. Mid- berry. Phone 741. ulO-Otp | FOR RENT—HOUSES. : ' / •' FOR R^NT—Five' room house; bath, city nil tor, lights, gas, itlblerfl4 So. Thro&mortoit So W. J. Gordon, 728 W. Lamar. n23-3tp FOR RJGNT—rlflve room bungalow, all conveniences, {fell located. Will rent unfurnished oj< furnished. Phone 804, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 24 November 1920

■fey m. rj lArtV- - if I mmsm DAILY >i-iU&ffi®3 l- Hi'-* ". ■•r. • Hjjgrjgj ■RKXi-^vJ fWKxm K '4. [ay Thursday far haaaa ; *> I i— f JbSSBSi..' '.tjwb IB! IT, SHERMAN. s— mmm* WWm I / WE JOIN IN GIVING THANKS to the Almighty Father for bless- ings received and feel that under His guiding hand, our City will continue to grow better and IkeExstein& Bro. ikr.+>; • ■%' 4.t J} ——- 'rfc^fci Among the CourtM I %m$n. ■ ®sc,'rtSft!ahi Big Thanksgiving Dinner Baked Young Turkey—Blue Point Dressing 1 iFPCiUry I U Queen Olives Sauce June Peas in Cream—-Creamed Cauliflower Pimento Salad Mince Pie~~ «Colic* mm* J«a Milkr W^ Hot£kocolate ** EAT DINNER WITH US. D. & B. CAFE North Side Square. fe^I,w I. 1 j Wi~* . j v •i«i ■ VJSPS':-:'• w;-,ww f; " •*'V" ■ '.•.jf.'1' -V.'v*' <S$VT aiVtSl'ii -jKCV* SLL "iji'1 W: " 1 vm R/Jg I kWf 1 I' Rtiittcinibi&r tlic Thaiikigivrng "'"i"' ''Ormihcs! >. ,V. „ . .. r.P- , ■ ... 1 "VI The sturdyi^Jgriniof Iho ft rs t f h a n k M{? i*ttt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

<• im fSEsPaSVns P®; H|$3SSMI ;• ¥i- r nliiii HiHil UBS • •(? , «wL- —— >4^ volume xxxx.—w0. 105. SBSSafflH - / wftT? WW,?! ■ T-r-r.-r ;>2: REV. C. A. SPRAGINS PREACHES SERMON AT HOUSTON STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST—CHARITY ORGANIZATION M ) i ELECTS OFFICERS. / * « TIip congregations of «lx down town oncl several of till' suburban ekurchea of the ctly assembled ill Walnui Street Church of Christ Weduewlay ^wiling for a mi ion service of Thanka giving. The auditorium of the church was filled to its capacity both down- stalls and upstairs, aud a number of extra chairs were placed for the ac- commodation of worshippers. A special program of worship, in- cluding the reading of President Wil- son's Thanksgiving proclamation. flu tak'ng of an offering for faialne- tlireslened people of Armenia, ami the organization for the year of the board of United Charities, was carried our in addition to the Thanksgiving «er- mcn. which was delivered by the Rev. C, A. Spraglns. of Travis Street Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

. " "• .. (, &?• afflft>Ts f trot*",11 1 ■pa: MEsSfe mi Bjr '■+[;. I MMMMWMfc mwfiwm M| • \?V,' /v'^'T" o^3to>. . P,r -*•' •' "«[J f . -wir# • mro*v. ...,,.v. .WWwW • , • ■ ■ •«: •■■ v< ;■• \-r ./V •. ■■ • v • • * '•«•▼ • *\ W■ ®WPf^^r*PlIrPWra®'. , 1. .V; ;v. f"... ••; ' • ......... ' -i f rmf^ffa .v " ViMssx* Mai J#, ■■• W t " §H SjSj : R'jW, •JBSLr^-,> H, jl ■], ■•;:■• ,j>;| HI- -iiiW •.(••*♦•«-rV.- F^MM SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920. MM PffiE iftfc!® > 3K 3 mm m ■ss yH KMo Afoctes 0/ Me Moment iv S !&£S 7 JMI '••■MBT.'U "J- .'r.T ,.. #n sf li l#cwM MK at Sensible Prices. : • raHE |£ We quote no former nor comparative prices i We let you be the jMge of values. jn#y '*MMi* «1L> J* Mf 'A^V •' ' T>- •'* ,;;.-i, ,'«•••> ' ;TV?i>4 -'• SHERMAN lMa£«if ••■'•• - '-J -' • .- • •' ?::;,f;^ M .. \;*.. /• i^df, Mi, w-r ±vm- TJHP . -ij :\1in5wVil yffl afei' t^Ki * ^ aia nffaj&SQQ -7H3-•.-•Sa Ife"' •■ L skip#! ■ ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

I It V . « I P%i "i.:- I FOR TIGER NEAT IfPlpr COiutmrative actjrra, the 1*1 ui w would still be in favor of Austin. Twuua Are Old Klvala. , It la to lie rcuwtubcrtxl, however, fhllt rtle Kanjmrons will battle their old rival* Ui the Tiger deu In view of II large uuiuhcr ef esr-Tigwru returning home tn -toth-lpatlon W participating ht n feast of Knugaroo meat. No oue now deuien that payrhology playa a logical twtt T la the Austin, aud a lar o number < I ope of suMnlng ~ Luckett 1)1 ui OK Hall will b <-ally empty, but the A. C. are owrjoyeri at the thought of a great part in football, aud. for paycho- change fiom a turkey to a Tiger feast. AUSTIN COLLEGE FOOTBALL TRAM < OES TO WAXAHACH1E TO MEET TRINITY. A lar* delegation of Auafin rollege rooters left on an lntemrban train voutalnlng three coaches at 0:20 o'clock Thursday mottling tfor^Wnxa- _ barbie, where \ju\> Kauaaroos meet, their old rlv*K the T4«e^. Jn the an- mlal Tliank«givlpK jjty l>attl<v Judg- ing from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

JmPSP.v -. ■■r-' '■' •' .': .1'"'.. . A • -I '• * ' ■■■■•■■■ ■•■■'' '*■ •' <to '> tiA >■ . 4 >i* f, « . i_- «. - J ."JV3 «u. : i _i .* . 'u _. -^( . W.\ Jt, Mi. M II ' SMt *'. .* If A ft '' i-* ■•*"—JS^A. .M i- / . lit- .iujt.M. It- .%>. tu ■Jukliftti, «#uJy£i ieUSu^W- el^t ^ 4«j| fe k ji ** iii ■ Jha <?W' , ' m tfflE jar-1 iml V ft ip *1** 0m m ~——— IN U.S. THE WORLD Jliii ■re in receipt of au Interest- from their son, Hanoi Vea- froin Joppa, In the Near he la temporarily utatloa- the Asiatic licet. _ . is § member of the cwfcll 8. 8. Panther, to the ,« nea «ud la now on a cruise widen will "take him completely aroun^H globe, before he returns to thla coun- try in a year or more yn.nny a number of the Adriatic pW, and Constantinople, he la now in Near East water*, and has recegtfy had the opportunity of taking abore leave the Holy Uind, vial ting Bethlehem, and other eitiea and place* In Asia Minor Identified with Biblical hi dory. He writes interestingly of these...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

m m IPM .ir''.. •". ,;V ;.v-■'•' ■ BggCB-gBBgB l.l- ' rZ « I 1 6E( JOT -ni - SEyflg • RSmIhI •y MTTIC M. — KP3WB S.V '' i lilt y^w/.V, ■ >, v Mc ■kll ■Mi SHE . v; 1 Ttf.",* 1 -:■ Jr'/ ". I BS|, fm$ V.;£* >*■ r\ -V.'-iS ;te. «wr I" He applied the to *11 things. Re pronounced the and collie parallel, meaning, of they would never come together. All en account of thta alster, whose guest he was, upon him the nickname "Are." Also, In spite of hi* neetues* he drew angles and flgarea en her iffhite tablecloth at every meal She concluded that the woman he picked for his wife couldn't know any too much about geometry a* lie would draw one along those lines. "Come and get your parcels, sis, I'm sot going to leave this old nag for a minute 1 No telling what he might do. The next time you sepd me to the vil- lage I walk 1 Do you hear me, I walk I I always hated walking. Wish I had my car." Arc was standing In the one-sealed buggy waiting for his slater. He .... wiped the perspiration from...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

_ DEMOCRAT tfBKE LIS <*■, l"' PB5 —— m AN - SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SKl THURSDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1*21 "5 V DEMOCRAT (INC.), PUBLISHERS. Democrat PublUfcad TburwUj* DUMBER 9. « ■Hi i m m rt « to th«sr:? <$3s^s£*°a, t-ki ION BATES. -By carrier or 1n Texaa 14.00; OM ywr $7.50. One moutSp&c; ■ MPWPW- Remit to The Sherman Democrat dealrlof addros* changed OF THE kxclntlreljr entitled to the use tor to it or not otherwhm credited to thto " Att rifhta of |lggg« 0*m fflOoe Oklahoma l^m£m Awociafed Preaa !■ -.rmzz pHtODft - ***#• b€jrdn «I0 alto te- EK '•r. i Hi ii iiii* THE DTMOCRA Bigger w.ler Down town )RM: ®SSn ~f THE DAY'S BEST EDITORIAL |ap| BepreMtntatlve County Fair. _ for pre* ANTE v «_ :iP3" WITH PEACE AND WE SHOULD WW||W| I Thl THANKFDU i .jiV. .'"Lit .• ' ' 2 Thla 1* Thanksgiving Day. proeli matlOn by Natlo and by the wtlll<J*U||*eduiii-lov' WM is <fivil holiday act aside pertidutikf °t thoughts to the manifold ^Jmtoomm ot thank* for these liierclP*. it I* a tlilnic o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

I ^^SSSSBS =5= Classified ■«*# * '^T,. "V',"'l .t-*" T vW£ fjltig ($# *• *•'''"■'* '• t-r ■ ' . —' rr^r-r- «* k«i v-..n W1-& j^niM ifeiSra' , ftiaray^ ► i •. • $,«*>, • -v.-;* «:.„••• •• .swswt' 4 * FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR BENT—Furnished and | nil fur uishcd room. 321 Went Houston St. : ' - u24-3tp FOIt BENT- E. Cherry. -Unfurnished rooms. 1017 u24-3tp FOR RENT—Three unfurnished rooms. 615 S. Walnut, Pl^one 1421. n23-8tp FOR KE&T—Three unfurnished light Ofri l>lMipilg rooms with conveni- ences. Phone 1001. n3-3tp FOR RENT—Nlcely furnished rooms with lxmrd; close In. Phone 2101. "^ipMitp FOR RENT— Two light housekeeping rooms aud men's bed rooms, 002 E. Pec n. n23-6tp FOR ItENT-rBooms with all convent euees. Couples and gentlemen prefer- red. Charley Brown place. 215 W. Mul berry. Phone 741. nl9-0tp •1 REAL ESTATE—CITY FOB. SALE—One of the finest homos on Sputh Travis street. 2 story, 7 large rooms, 2 halls nnfl bath, large flobred In ajttle, Pittsburg heater, lavatories In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 25 November 1920

'il':;,r '' ;'•* '• I>,v •...*••' ':vWv" ■ i piii ■' " ' #®|M V. '•/••• '*••1 !'l> V/ ■ J •ifV" WiS W! I ™)fBS Court* J 1. v.. WUItewrlKlil. Nov. 23; *2,100 FfiO, li. Quattlvbunm aud wife to M Julia booona Bondn, 147x147 frrt in \ ;■ U',$A NINTH DISTRICT fOIRT. V E. Wilcox, Judge. NEW 81ITH NlAgglg&fl C. Jackson vb. W. J. "Turner, debt foreclosure. W. 8. Moore antf J. H. R. 1). Belrne va. W. tt Brogdou, et w f*L "district court,^ Hon. Sllaf Itat JM&. gfe u.w,.W; NEW Si ITS 1T1UM«JA|' Adelaide BiXl<* vk. B. B. Blxiey, rti COUNTY PROBATE COCKT. Hon. D. B. Steed, Judfe. fe; Nicliolaa Martin hnn nwdcfllppi lo- tion to probate the will of H, W. Mar- ti*, deceased. The estate: la raiued at; ML800. y •f Real Ertste Tramlen. ' J. R. Murphf and write to F. Benton, lots 15 aud 16 in block 13, O. Julia Booona Win. Brockney wirrey. Nov. 25i; $800. Kidney E. Harrln and wife to Wm. Thoina* Wulton. lot 11 In block 80 ot MlllerV Hwoiid addition to Denlwon, •m.V, 10; $2,200. Dunk In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

A M JR. fr- c / ■ V -r' .■ ^ ^ • ,"\; '• "to#4^l^mBI fV,'TO«. .<■>•>.. • HV.-' ■"£■: Rf ■ ':ft; ",■ ■ -"""slV' i^W'iiaPjBS IR m rlMMTO SsifeKS1 ' ■jsSsxftS' rag2™6Mi ■'"+ « && VOLUME XXX K.—NO. 106. tti-J&K mirn Sail *wm< Conflict of European Interests Makes Situation Delicate—Action by United States Would Not Involve Complications That Would Arise With Other Countries. Alwiiied Pre** Diivolok 0"iirva, Not. 20.—'The attitude ■* * I i•<!«.-7 • • „■ v; immirt delegates of tlu Assembly of the league of Nations toward the ap- peal i f the Lei'gue to President Wilson to ni t hh mediator in the Armenian nitu'ition appears to be one of hope without expectation that the United States will relieve^ Europe and tlie League of an einlairrassing question. Behind the admitted necessity of do- iiilK something fpr Armenia, there la a couftlct of European Interests In- volved. IJreat Britain, it • is under- stood would look with great dlsfavo* on the intervention by and po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

• V. ■ :■■ V^i g&3#S '■V,' .<":■« !''■ J; -' ■ v>5i«v MHWMffiWffffi*3 WS&'; J, ■ .' •: .* • Mr^jy ■ m*-9,,fiV"p3BEE ., • A?'«'l' ■,.• ?. - ■ " ■ >«2«is jwEW.I ,■ y ■ ■ , Ngg ,? H) 1 %.I *11$^ *ASfSSif SSBRiriiv,! • -jbMi '\W. ft&flw* rmr^Bwv>- ' ' nw T" • ■■ ' ■ > kSviIMBu 4J.P ri. S??3 „,.v-fe.,:, .....Jipp..BWWBWB JL.jfjfflsspf L - ' *•* •* «•?"•••- 1 . \ . 'tsi^-v rrj/*r *■ ,'+1,/-"^.', ;•'*•' ,;v ;.K:- -Mi ' '' J&' ' > I-- V^"' v Mil' g|g«|n£BBeHMnnMMIHMiMIM4 rrt—rr _-_ ip®JI HH ES'® v,"'V-\ &. $ w kv*'<s -« **•: JM Hvratg-;* •••'• ■K|§§] K^':/'. I j$sPte 1 t ' AD^MS, I actress. ilnfoe role' with Wedgwood ifolwU In "SIS", tht sf the famous Arsene Lupin story. Miss Adams brings to the serpen a wealth of dramatic experience Sating 52* ™3r iribjo*wl" nrst made nif i J appo&rat legitimate stage. In "813" a thrilling myttMjr. Mim Adams plays a fascinating' woman, whose thirst for advcn|uJi«"(lpad bcr into strartK" byrWfjf*. n«It ii* perhfp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

m. SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, KANGAROOS **#.4 TAKE VIM A t THE THANKSGIVING GAME WON AT WAXAHACHIE BY AUSTIN COLLEGE. 11 •fill'*!' }'• V>?Tii 5 ^ . 5 J- araME* ■ , In the nnwinl ThAftVsirfvlng Day mtw feln.v#d toatwoen Austin OrtHege 4b* TrliUty UnivHsl itreat effort ht the Kuttguroo goal, the last yuarter ivu decidedly Austlua. The end runs began to- work better* on one of which a crow buck left end Morehart nnufe the flapil touchdown. The captain tlso caught one pass for a Rain of 25 yard*. while Mo«aly and Hollls gained through line. ' The line-up. "' • •# PoKition Austin I . .MeCorkW Trinity i^Ming . • 11 • fc • • Left end Sawyer wf$$m Wilson ty Tigers In Wnxatinchif Thursday, featured by Jones' brilliant 00 yard rutin for M*>wit. the Sherman team eta itfpd victorious !>y tlie sror of Ul In. W Austin played rather half-heartedly, especially during the first cpiarter. and both the tackling and tlx* interference were far ltelow normal. The Timers, however, fought throughout ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

ttDBMlWl a;. mMAIBHI „, ■ ?•■++■*+■*■• 1«,« '■ - >♦♦ ■ * ■ iiflii#Mk*tfc* • i tjl , asuc v | p ■111 jwg i|*«f;4 SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920. * J A that kvebat- GAME CONTEST. T &C m determination, ;-.V|4SW#io ^ -$2%MbpiS' gamp, gave Sherman Hij?h k>1' red and white standard « 28 io 0 victory over the ' High ,. School eleven of Oreenvllle at Pecan Street Park Thursday afternoon In thd an nual Thanksgiving tilt betweeh.." two elevens. With the exception t be first five minutes when Granville held Sherman to one and two *j *d sains, the local team appeared to have the edge on their opponents through- out the game, and although meeting •tiff opposition, showed an aggressive- neas and determination which was ir- resistible in force. The last quarter of the game found the Sherman team playing harder than at the Initial kick off. This fact Is also shown Vf a study of the scoring. Only one score quarter, Sherman again ahowed an aggressiveness w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

HfPKpialMHm riuHni - Ml 11KIR&1" m ®i& 1isfc ^ & i life fT'TY. *\ fp SHERMAN DAILY yiwm>'m' iiS « THE LEADER By MYRTA ALICE LITTLE. ®~~~ r PAVEMENT PARAGRAPHS. -® I I (©, 1*10. by McClure Nawipuper Syndicate.) "Always writing in couaervatory corners, m' dear, aren't you?" drawled the great Duncan Pierce, loitering near the mischievous creature whom, a half hour before, he had nonchalant- ly deserted for more thrilling fetnl- nJnea at the house party dance. Sidney Norcott giggled. "I'm not writing assignments for tho Newa now," she said, and clasped her note- book against the mauve tulle of her gown. "I'm writing things in this book that will make someone sit up and take notice, Duncan Pierce," she chal- lenged. "When I have a minute with- in ear-shot of folks who are talking on this pet subject of mine I listen In, you know, and take down what I hear. The end Justifies the means, high po- tentate r "Thanks for the epithet," beamed Duncan. *1 am sort of the go here, eh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

••' / ?. .'V'S, '• t W'fc'ii V JVA . *.Vi ■'i'C IplpME SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, ivl*wH ■Kk FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1920. •V •■>■ ■ • >■ ' i"'i..i',mi 1 i ■ •;,.. SBUiim DAILY DEMOCRAT mr<— SHED ltmu 8HKRM4JI. TEXAS T1IOMAM 1H A fOHMID- ' | - ABLK t'ANHIIlATE. at1 w«- Haw ~— ■ II i it " ■' i an ■ i y. A wmw^rw laffnirffrwy MammXFm* mzcznt: i !L®in; • ••• Mf* at the po«toffic« at second clam according - j*' • -/E«i fesE fe 1 TMWi, «et of carrier or ;00: One year RATES. it «nd Oklahoma: ,t „ 9IM, Jkcrend tell' I tYhw month, 8fc; Bli month* 4XO, One •a mail a, mt . i* V. j'-im ■ One month, and Oklahoma .McKlioicy <'niirier-(tarette j OnllMi Thomas in splendid senator- ial timber and would wlh-et ctfdft on the Lone rttar atate In the ^ nation's highest la w ma king body. He 1* strict If In an-ord tvlth the principle* of tit© Democratic party hud 1N regarded ev- erywhere an one of Denw racy'a ablest exponent*. Hia unselfish efforts for It in party's honor and welfare are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

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Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 26 November 1920

wlji maifWirw ♦ w%4 ;;., .-r,,|-^;v;'; ^ iv^r ™ 1—■ * ■" i'. -J tenth annual 26—Edwin of J. W. died Hbortlj after noou udtt rewired earlier when'a tshotgtm which he Knd twu bay wiiuiimltuw were exam- |ttachaist<L Humphrey inlnjc wax aeeldenMU/ 1 dlnehai*i«d. The load of allot atrtnk the In Importance will lie the boy fti tin* stomach, determination of materials t to be used in teachlbg it ion and literature. r/j Jg Negro Church bervkr*. UAJI i bULUKin FOB KKNT—Three well furnished roonw. doaeta. Rink; all tnoderu eon- close In; mtsonaMo. Phoiie p:%;'y n2n-8tp ' 1 FOR HALE—Can cookatove and heat- era; Oliver typewriter with deak rack, 1812 8. Crockett street. J. W. Hob. ItffiU. the lea dim; educatoi-H of tin- who will apeak at today'# liild arei lc, Chicago Noi II sBSam iiS§ ■WS: N. gan; C. H. Ward, Taft Scliooir-W***- ?rn, <3onn.; B. L. Ionian. University Chicago; 8. A. Leonard, I nlae-rslly Wisconsin; Clarence Stratum. Ht. Louis, Mo.; Katbertne Jewell Kvertu, New Haven, Conn....

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