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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 December 1920

I - ShSBwfe' \ )■' • pStnl - .. -J 1 I / I I I • V l<' * ir : PM sp H II ■! I" ■ ■ «■ ■ rooA FOB BENT—Four apartment with private b*tb, 700 N. Maxey. dl3-8tp ROOMS FO* r«H mg fur nlsbed for light housekeeping. Phow • 1207, Sj <&*$! . FOB RENT—One •"'- finished room, clow in. 210 W. Cherry. dlSStp •tf'a v FOB BENT—H>or 2 nice room*. ehfcse '■ini^-A.. A. <ion sates, 118 No. Maalsoni* *<• >:% tii! cry St FOB BEXT—Two or thy* viufiir«lah- <<l rooms. clone lit, to clean, tpiiet couple. Phone 1140 uftcr 11 a, .m." ■ >?■■% llWMf FOR BEXT—Furnished bed room on car Hue; one or two working girls pre- ferred. 813 E. Lamar. f dl3-3tp 4 FOE RENT—Two rooma, kitchenette ami garage. 320 X. (flevelaud Ave. Phone 400. f dlS-8tp FOR BEXT—Furnished rooms, unfurnished. Phone 1747. ed luyuteki #TI LW i M Mis W •'£/" 1-26 1.47 2.35, JSW >60 2.80 B.42 *A2 2.7i! tm 3.00 * " n.M 4' r $&' t ot' t$ flO 7.401 8.28 740 T.7|!.8. M 5.32(11 ^■4.«3 8.981 5.04 a .<7 10,41 8.50...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 December 1920

*&£ !'*g JiSS '• k 5f|||v| | Miip 'W,i sag = On . • . t m DAILY 55S59r ■55 .IX .jjr.i.wi.im u, vU#,y i-AV TUESDAY, 4 kfr. 4 our Is Wo jpHHifj More. imw Lower Levels On Prices of TUESDAY CLUB TOiPONSOR I MEASURED; BY OUR Epl PRESENT LOW PRICES. Mca't H«Yy Rib Union iw&2glEl t * > ft Yard wide Bleached Do- ! mestic, ISc. at I* *1.S . IS-: ry FWed Union «r for krp Ixqrt, $1.25. Ma t Bl W«k Skirts, ?$£ ■ - • • ;• ' 4 C.I. ..!■■■ jwciitri; ■m Men's 50c. ;v^m Men's Fancy Dress Skirts, fl.50* a$8S "-mmt Drew Shirti, (5c. Men's Heavy W«k Sol, ft .1 , . mik Uyercoats, at lew as Island Yard wide Sea Domestic, 15c.. ' *■■■''■WiW'< ■ Cotton Checks and Onting for quilts, 15c. ,fr>y-r '■ > ' ■ " Narrow Percale, good as- sortment, 15c. mi ■ k ?&8gFvT. mm > ;, «t dMb D'Lj. mch re- low MB fctfU ISEkSP? Wne qnarter Bleach Do- mestic, 50c Yard. Ready made Sheets, $1.10, $1.40, $1.75. n "" 40c Pillow Slips, 25c. rr- • •. . enram m m«m Miai 50c Cotton Flannel, 35c. 40c Cotton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

PMmmim&ik ' V-:' fP| .*#ir HI « : The only , N«*be I for The Sheruiau l>einoerat are J. C. Hamilton, Circulation Malinger, and John 1>, Age, uol lector. HBH VOLUME Xm.-MO.122. mw's l' '-J M Vtfitfo ylt ■■ - \vth* —~ > tins-;. j j WOT IDebts Scqne Now and Qthers in uary, Make This Nessary; Indicates Houston AmocI I/Kl PrwiK Dispatch 1 Due ■nppp^p ** ■ VaKhlngto*. Jlteo |5~A bill for $K1<MXX),UOO ugahist the government falls due f<slay, and at the" sum? time tun treusury is to collect #:^M,(M0.n00 io Imomc anil excess profits taxes. About $7()0,0(XMj0t) in treasury eer- rifuatew of indebtedness matured to* ua.v and at the''name time the hoiui- auuual Interest ou the First Liberty loan and the VJetory Liberty loaning- IS "gating nlKMit $110,000,000 became Uiynbtr. tn order to provide for cur* *'«.lit expenses and to meet the rcn^aln* *i.r of I he heavy obligations which ma- ture in January, inclpdliig $100,000,000 in certificates, Secretary Houston has ;■ «•:> K'W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

■ Urii KKi ; ,;y i mi I h way Church, iHW jfrk'^Li 'Wi-JL vitu. ♦M®wa j K<v , • :. v: WS>w hap® IK ip; In selected o" snswerd the as I heard it, but I hove is where the heart is my home, sud by the of Almighty God, to complete Fe undertaken ||and re- 117, 0)0 and elevated •t office in their gift. i the E£&9 K and about 1 | ' <«T Tsoau that la honor enough tor any man. I feol,|fiowever, that somal of yo come tonight to J&«r the office «f SMToSM,"* hpon its treatle boards and -\jj|« lives and efforts of—nj non-re I 0> u* ced on my hori !•guide me Of life The y tha home ;;||snd^Sls : chlldi t,,or to tlu" KOUl at 8,1 times; the home, ™"1 'with tho«e unforgettable Ie«soa* recelvr ed from my mother stud the pleasure of the compan%nfWp of pp£fe- and daughter, while Masonry hit served to enlarge my ideals of citisenship and (Suae npeto 6sve a better understand- ing of - my duty to my feUi^ 'ayi|U These Hate git served to strength?* my love for dweeb, home and * country. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

piK 1 ' > •• v,; 1^1." A W LLJiOUWiUn s Jg « 5?.^ ft? "^, <&§£ HP** ■;;' '-\ SSNaipi 141.1SS «i >.4/ Ralph Hru*hear, win saa^j? t, ™rsi pony. one of the lances* concerns the United srntvK. awl who has been located in Chicago since the p«<1 of world war. lia* l een put in charge of the Kale* department ot the New Tork house, and haw gone to that dfy to take u« IiIh duties Mr. Brnrthear served in the regular' nrmy during the war, gaining a onp- talucy. After liia honorable dlschanp* he wept to Chicago and attended ChW cago I'nlverxUy, Inter taking employr meht 4fltl the Wwtinghouse Lump Company. HIh rise in commercial circles lias l>een rapid, and this is a mutter of ftuich gratification to his many Flic man fritnd.*. to arrive, and I bi«L$ OOd, m on the mm* ~~%lSb r iajtother's uni- versity to me. And aft«llvlbg just when you want to talk to him about sohiethibg aln*-or o««d shoes, maybe, and don't dare broach the dis- turbing fubject—well, after living wKb (ather....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

f!-. ?> I'Wim: ■■v <y\. f m&Mm *$3 99B _ ■ SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEMfESDAT, I J;MW * *f fr',; i ** . ; * ^V;;, TO*? yflPJfek TO SANTA CLAUS. ' V. 1V|| Mil Ihur Santa C'kna—I am a little boy r.vi'j C years old and l*n been naughty bat I'm going to try to pdo better. I want yon to please bi$i)f me a black board, French harp, machine gun and soldiers, stopper gun, horn some stocy books, fruit, candy and nuts ffur goud friend, Tuinmle Kno&j22j £. Cbaflln St. t h Ml IS i little ddl with painted hair, and a little black doll dresser and a little cook stove, and Santa. If I haven't asked for too much, wont yon please bring me a red bath robe and some green bouse slippers, for I really do need these very bad. I would like to have some nuts, fruits and candy, and please'don't forget the poor little children and the little orphans. I don't expect your pack will hold enough, will It? I still have mv 1"*t Christmas doll. If I have asked for •X'M& SOCIETY ' *■...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

"'.'4 &MS$ '; ' mfc >A :v- Mv - * '>■ Jw • V, •',':* •'VW';',, |^n .v. - • {CTfe$• ■ \K .• \;' T", v .*fTOfT'J '* ■$•• :%'•■:■ !sv%& j ; / - •• "•' 'v.-S. 1.. *jJM gswfffif I < :•/ i,V- iii$* i ARE PURCHASED AaraetaUd Pran Dtapatchl Philadelphia, Dec. 10.—A miniature portrait of George Washington painted at the request of Martha Washlng- ton by Chan. Wlllson Peale, has bten purchased at auction here k by tho Mount Vernon Aaaociation for 99,600. The miniature, one off a number of Washington relics from the estate of Dr. David Btuart, a Kinsman of Washington, is a portrait on ivory in gold frame, and reposes in the origin- al leather case, it was presented by Martha Washington to Rosalie Eu- genia Stuart, a daughter of Dr. Stuart v Other relics purchased by the Mount Vernon Association include Washing- ton's field telescope, which brought $4,000, and two mahogany chains which he had in hla dining, room at Mouut Vernon. One of the chairs brought 91,100 and the other 97...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

Due year 97.00. -"Beyond Texas and, Oklahoma miles: On# month, 88c; Six montha, 94J0; One year, SVSSWT -v., "jj- '■ ■ ■ i i Democrat, Publishers, Sherman, Ttxaa. Subscrlb cd please fire old address a* well aa new oikl v • . ■ - ' ——— - MEMBhKS Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS^-The Associated Preea la to the nae for republication of all new* dlspstcbas credited wise Wetted lh this **pejr ud nlao the k its of repaNicftkra of special dispatches 1 rfw M- > WW W J$L 1111 Has the Day of the Drive,£or Funds jifc'* ■' V? 'V •••' ••• " ■ ♦- ' • V .* 1 , rV.v^MRV Gone Here to Return No,More? PI*BLT By L. WILBUR MESSER. Y. 110 and 'u| t\oi are* at ite Height, scheme* of concentrated appeals were devised and At- local here) r. are " Wi . «N ... ^ i; .« | I THE DAY S BEST EDITORIAL I hvghkr rail that It he allowed to Mrp sufficient return* to (11 "defwijr the actual cost of operation and taxes: (.it) sufficient to provide for replace merit* necessary by wear ami teSr and ago end (8) n moderate return ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

< 1! I 1 s S •*J ' - ' . - ' —«>ssia 5: iwwflff ' •>> ' ' ' , ' -■ - ! 11; i • -j. > J'ljW' "J1 i. • ■-- ■ ->■' MHllfil mam l M^W'Wf FOR RENT-BOCWS .--v FOR BENT—Four room famished apartment with private bath, 709 N. Ataxey. i dl3 3tp Pi •a ' '': ■ KOOMS FOR ItKNT—Two rooms fur adshed fur light housekeeping. Phou • 3297. \ dl3-3tp — '*■ ;■ ""."i 1 FOR RENT—One three room furnish- •ed apartment Call Mrs. J. H. Huff, phone 031. dl4-8tp FOR RENT—Two or three unfurulBh- t «nl rooms. 917 East College. Phone 77. dl4-0tp WW 1 30 FOR RENT—Two nice, new unfur- nished rooms. Phone 2041 or call at *09 E. Jones St. dl4-3tp FOR RENT—Two furnished or unfur- nished rooms at 1212 E. Williams street, to two or more gentlemen or couple without children. Phone 1597. dl4-5tp FOR RENT—Furnished room on far line. Phone 1881. dl4-2tp ■R XlMfeJttOM M Ia« rtlot« f7 laawtioos * lawwHoM r 29 P MMWM juwi Hi 0.3 ; «.i lit m #Pi ZKs'*! 32 4 jmt\ §mm ii!1 r.w T 40 ■,$m T.Hj SM <M ; iW'W «** 7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 December 1920

j'tfeV/ ■*wV: mm VM*;«: >*Sr.'rwp*'■«",' x "r -Vjt': ft'tew ig ;■ f n2s IsWoi On Prices of ■OUR I PRICES. Nn'i Uhit Suit, cut to $1.50. Huff for krgo ooy*, ?i.^a. w-mmzf. mmm m % Do- ; wwuv, . Ik, i :'.: ;vv,;.,^.,"., Yard wide Sea Island hkwsm sLwawpj! haihi luiuln WSBBMHW • •• ■ 5$ • i s-mS ™ -$v>• wvoK r* niiiixii proawf ®S8it m..., ^W3.;: - SSo?f 'j. i arr. T"- ® iis« Kfflsr# r- . ' A - ' r*. -'la 1920/ , JBtoSK|Jki3 II (5# 5i I iwtocitted rrm tn«p*teni ( MibultH Progressive. "; ,, -taBSfi , - . . - - . ■■■ « former lender of tbe lig a'1-'";' RENT—Three unfurnished housekeeping rooms, G21 8. Hunk. Phone mi. , X , ; •r ^ |( i r CHHISTMAH TREES—All aliet Phone Texan Nursery Co, 672. p®£B| A,, '■< nSssvs* Checks and Ontinc > ;' .... s^ ra «*• flea's Fancy Dress Skirls, • a -mrnwm*. a* ffiM -.'S>' Nine quarter Bloadi Do- 50c Yard „ I'orter. ,v —. <ST 48c Pillow 50c Cotton Flannel, 35c. 4fC CottM Flmncl, 25c. ' ' any quantity much Wow «( ,. '''■■ .' p"vf-l mm* m m ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

- Bfturdtr \ pJSilill mmb, ill ♦c r i f W: % j. Noike to Sul^rrlbi rs: Tin* only per- ilous iiutl)url il tu itdlfi-t HutuieriptluuN tor The Sherman Democrat are J. C. Hamilton, Circulation Manager, and John D. Age, Collector. VOLUME XXXX.—N0.123. H 9B&@S§&£8 E'jWr; V v© # : A':? '..i\ 5 --v*' ■ mm Xtfiw j?"i'fflq"■3ff' i = -m$ SHERMAN, """■ *3lw TimmSL Sewer Extension Discussed by City Council Wednesday m i i ■ PEOPLE ALL OVER SHERMAN WANT SEWERAGE—CHEAPER WATER , " NEEDED FOR BENEFIT OF GROWING CITY. The need of (O^ndini; the sewer mains of the city at mi early date, and of increasing the avnliable sup- ply of water were mutters discussed hy members of the City Council Wed- nesday evening, after matters requir- ing immediate action liad been dis- posed of. The discussion was precipitated by Council < >ra Iteiden when he called attention to the fact that there is be- ing encountered some delay in starl- ing the deep well to'tlie Trinity siiikN, and that it was possible...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

■■■■HranHnv! WW* n r *k lit riMMN New '•C ■ am i. 1 ■i|| 7 oi mm si* <V. various .... T *« fttjr 1 Inf taken Tbnasdajr by a committee ftom the Society of Industrial En*l- mmmm department committee of the city Y. W. c. 4c In halting Um various in- tatlrea to the Y, M. (\ A. to recelW? 4m ajUlletlp leader*)) ip, |A of their A ' HRSEBH trial Engineers' committee Include* % a it on, tililiijfr;' nel« ta< d ♦hile Physical Dwil^ I P P. T!f Ramsey represents the toad? second, following a dlacnaalon .ph^, department committee <*t th« ' - Council member* which T. *. 0. A. V Without excqptioII all he-J Jiany the emptoyea af the In- tte fa* 4h «la- ,tw*fr)al ptant* of the rtty at* now re w^ « 4" t one, eolley ball «* a result of in- the physical de- j CkX2 nan li I (CuJCt mBm aed cm WEDNESDAY pAflK VWfc)' '111 by a unanimous Electric BaUway for a fare on lta city Jfcpea I«j|r; her- hy u.jpHi one, in ui toIIw hail prated ir te ^ M ft and J*®!?"!? partment of the Y. k v. a. —wt of the $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

WK' WmmM *•,> .«■ •** . • ■ .?'& '\*yk ■ "'-' . :',i" '•'" y Jqk r 1 .'\^«T®*5E • • £ • :-Tv Bib I" dripping m ■ To The lVwocrat: "-T Dripping Spring*, Dec. 15 ^'v. Aiken filled Ills appointment liere t^ t- '. urday night iwd Sunday. Oil Sntonlay night the Rev. J. 8. Cajnerou of the North Baptist elmrrh in Sherman preached. H<. wa* accom- panied by Miss Mosaic llbt. co«aiy organiser for nilsalons. I Jim Jjtrvvcrll Kariders of the First Baptist church hi Sherman. talked on tjhe" Suubcam work for the JunJpra. Mr*. Aah afc«> made a short Inlk on the wjunen's work. A Ladles' Aid wan organised With tj)o following officers: Mr*. (>. Cole,' president: Mcsdames f!. J. Todd, vie# president; Mrs. H. L. Sni Hh «mrt*p fary aml,trou*Ui?er. There will be a meeting of the society next Friday afternoon at the ehprcb at 2 q'clock for further organization. He v. Norrls of the Cotton Mills of Iteulson preiu'he<l for Rev. Aikin Sun- day ll!gllt. lU v. Aikln wu$ granted a tyuUh's vaca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

„ v : ■ v'm-., '*■ MS R| , ■ i KtiMaamm ■■<t" mm Sanm Olaua—I go to school, •m In the second grade. I want doll and *oM fruit From Santa—I am not going to ««k tbia Chrlatiuas. 1 ouly wuut doll and ooaae grapes and cta of apple*. but don't forget my r, Jamafe 'friend, Cbeeke. Crockett 8t Dear OW Santa Oaue—-I am a little P||r fire years old. 1 go to kindergar- ten and am learning fast 1 have been a real good boy tbia year, my mother r; tella me. I want you to pleaae remem- ber me tbia Xmaa. I want a drum, jJT m mwmmi In the Hoepltal. 1 •; help grandmother and daddy at hoa*e. I (Bo 1 hope yon won't forget I am be- 'ing good and bring me a aleepy dol with hair and a piano and aet of diahea and you will find my tree at "X SI* * ! 1,07 K- Hhharda Ht. a* you did last I grade. Please * d (xma* and don't forget little Oaell at Fay Bice, Dor- gjie,rm(|tt Hospital. She ia badly burn ed and may not get to be ho^f^n Nuum. Your little girl, Monett Smith. Dear Santa—I will write yon a few ' li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

2 CLARA SMITH YET iP m lis FATHER'S BELIEF j I t >* i it .s i 1/ El Paw, Dec., 16—That (1a ra Smith Haiuou, sought for three wwko for the killing of Jake L. Hamon. her $ujploy or anil Republican National commit teeinau from Oklahoma. will poaltirely surrender heraelf, Ih the firm belief of the girl's father, J. L. Smith of this city. It luta been known here for ae^eral days that the Smith family lias been negotiating both with the elusive Clara and with attorueyM auppoaed to repre- sent interests opposed to her taking the witness stand aud exposing there- on details of her ten-year association with the man whom she is charged with killing. "Whoever heard of a man worth fif- teen million dollars who did not leave a will?" asked the brother, J. B. Smith. 4 "We've got to consider other things l«>*ldes the mere results of the trial of our daughter," suggested the father. Henry Kddlngton, an aged friend of (he elder Smith, has npent three days in El l'aso. ackuowledgedly the repre-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

' ' '1 ' I i 1 I da: toe w ' r~ ••'•'; •••■; ' —i- LMAN 1, ULUBHKIUB, MpwM lit AND 111. — *" i' m ind 1 " ■ ■ • Tesa* Bofcecrlb I please glv*^Jd addreae i* well u new iiim i j. fpimp inn— fin in i iwhii—hii iKim .iii.i i.-.- Of THE AS0OCIATBD F*ES8.-The Annotated Prem i credl entitled to the net It J* I I ■ ' a# flU Mdhw ''MpiMlMI' not otherwise credited in till* paper end also the loenl •" *< published Ail rlghta of republication of special di*patches herein are alao t* i ■'m." i^fi wmsmrn . 7.J- <Ai i Bigger weter Dewn teeny highway Bins • I •* m. I • vnV T: , ftm IfS & ; PEOPLE SUOW SMALL IN #C CAE FAKE. lvTT.'r, ''ra.s^: -V 1 when the wetter wim presented to the City Council We<lne#dey evening. Al- though the Coenell bed nalsed ttwrt • large representation of dtisene attend the meeting, end advise with the Council on the "matter, not e "Ingle cttlxen outside the members of .. the ttyunclfr showed an interest In the propoeed increase to come out. Thfo actlou, or rath...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

I) nK u \ ■Fi I < ' FOR RENT. Foir it to couple without children. Gaa, U0w\$& HXm fr~ - #■ yaJeotrie lights. 137. dl3-Stp ROOMS FOR RENT-^*ee JF. M. Hal- lo* at Kcuil-Hwain & Wallace. 410tp FOR RENT—On© three room furnish- ed apartment. CaH Mrs. tl. II. Huff, phone 081. f V dl4-3tp FOR RRNT—Two or W *e unfurnish- ed ro«Bi«. 817 Ea t <Mhgc. Phone 77. dl4-4Jtp T < *k JO FOR RENT—Two nice. new unfur- nished rooms. Phone lit>41 or «*W at 800 E. Jones St.--' • ^ d!4%p FOR RENT--Two furnished or unfur- nished rooms at V2V£ ®. WflHums street, to two or more gentlemen or couple without children. Phone 1307. , (U4.5tp FOR REN'l^r unfurnished, rooms. Cull before 8 a. m. or aft^r 6 p. m.<8g8 8. Montgomery. dli-3tp FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms and bed rooms, close in. 422 8. Crock- ett St. Phone 1011. Phone 1851. d14-8tp ' FOR RENT—Two or three unfurnish- ed rooms, close Ira, to clean, quiet couple. Phone 1149 after 11 a .in. * d13-6tp M XaaertloH* £ .m, ' ■# i —1S1 .7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 December 1920

■ .'•■••■. JH Wm K9H wm fkmlw+t PSffflRSS MAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, lih m tmyjMWB heSMKI mKZ A Prices from..', .c $6.00 Up its fi m.i/ .t^g;;$10.00|[Jp; [en's Good Suits from.. .$16.50 Up HSSiP (W m sail Slock of Mn'i Drt* Pants ..J Ilea's Dro* Sbirtf, from Ma's aad Boy«' Sweaters la wool or cottoa line Silk Neckwear, 50c to $1.00. A Great Attortneat of Wool, Silk aad Lille Ho « to sekct from aad many Haes to «ake the men gad present.. i tiuluram BOARD AND ROOMS:' la private borne to working couple or young lady. Pboue 1748. |/ dHWItp | . —-| FOR RENT—Two unfurnished room* for tight hooaekeepln*, 389 E. Pecan street. S0PHR0NIA i 11,192# IMi ■ r jm i 15 ' M M vm m. *— did 'Up SPECIAL SALE—Cut glass vaaes, Pic- tures, Hand Painted China at very low priceM. Ideal Xmas gifts. 1402 So. Trartn. Phone S0ML FOR RENT—Three rooms with private bath. Simmons. Phone 600. ■MOj. XMAS TREES FOR unfurnished lira. T. D.' dl04tp i 11 irir<iaiii4aiiiiii]A SALE aiae. phone 291-|t, Also 'WM Buy Him Clothing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 17 December 1920

fflBRM IJS ' V & \ •• -V ¥r I -- to Subscribers,: The only per- sons authorised to collect subscriptions for The Sherman/Democrat are I. 0. Hamilton, Circulation Mauager, ami John D. Age, Collector. VOUWE XXXX.—N0.124. i. / *\ >« <yv..t'' -trim .... * -* • • ,••■*• ,• rr'iiWt>D A«i,iir * * ■iikKt,3Bmfmlri V jvi-ft-i*.''" ViJvJI&WMfP'lJs T UV.rMt. ■ IK fl& #;: ;v$ m's ill s«r •'V 'V 53 Hit; KifSw SHERMAN, TEXAS, m m W* I S^SP| B5bW.1i> ■tfHKl hs^ K WITH GUN i|''. INDUSTRIES t SHOW A DECREASE, WHILE ONLY FOl'R INCREASE NUMBER OF MEN. I vy. WSSM& m ffl*M' ■'■''' POLICE DEPART if WITH WAVE or THE PAST 34 HOI GIVES OUT AN OPEN LETTER AND SAYS COAL MINING LEADS'ROBBEIS GET HE IS TIRED OP ALLEGED ABUSE HEAPED ON HIM BY PALM BEACH OFFICIAL AND NEWSPAPER MAN. Bffi A**iHftit-4 fVm Aj.apvtrh &*■ y . • /, ' ' ; '-V «•'" •■-•• t 1 ," * ,'v . . v'.'. v.' \ -Tallahassee. -Fla., I>ee. IT—In an open ! *tt* r given out today, Governor Sidney J. Catts of Florida thre...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 17 December 1920

, : .... rucnuiu nutv nciiATDiT cucduim TTYAC mni^ . *$wW mmm mm 1 ?i i ■ i < * i HI Pas*?.; SHERMAN DAUT DEMOCRAT^fHERMAIyTEXAS, fRIDAY, DECEMBEfj 17, mm* ' i TELEPHONE EMPLOYES ■Ml HAVE WBSi ■ ■■■ Noted Belgium Billiard Player 'mi ,. HflPpP^ *ssa.m aj d tojr ^w# a I at Uorinm It noon; verted to become mem- EMM m, Hi EBffiaaSWBH ■BbE m rmm firms were represented by fclxtee* realtors present at the meeting. Mil! on to Fort all local * ^jptU# ,jjs, I Initial one of Tewi* iwl estate and Store than 100 were convention meets next and Mr/MUlH ■ to, attend. The board accepted the rt'sponnlbiii- putting over "Own Your Own ^^bs Day" of National Thrift week In Jifctury, Prudent Mill- l*lnK 11 ' v thorixed lo irt?oint a committee from ttfSSi * tAUirl, tt «o£ J R&BeHw P> ft? ot tie ndfflffiW'MSk. *"• * i S-JSa*«t*5K appralse^T* * ti «l* >l of «SB mm mpany Christmas banquet in the hall of the Una building on North Travis street, where the company offices are lo- oted, Friday evenin...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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