ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sherman Daily Democrat Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,802 items from Sherman Daily Democrat, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,802 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 January 1922

DAY, JANUARY 2, 1922. rsonal Mention ' SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT DE CtNSOS, SHE EES CRA2E The old ~A general. meeting 7>r ~Tne for ri^r" fttrlKtlmi Khdeavjtr Societies of Presbyterian Hmreh. wowJiekTSnmb evening, with the jijjjnafy purJpoHe"" fif iiiKtalllng 4lte 1922. mm Hefydotl Opened able sif^gMWlw. l<-*t h)£^|i *r "Winnie Ma.v Rigby, aft«r wlikit AfwrKnl Hyde, .State vice pre^blitftfr'i t<x*k charge aHBe pm- trrur£u acting as Installing officer., The lelaj Itody of tho senior Society, in- clude* Mrs. Felix. Drake, president. ^Sirtlotdffiffitgcrr vice pn'uidftn, MIhk Elma Knox, recording secretary, MImh Sophie Krueger, eorespmidiug secretary, Miss Wirink' May Itigby, treasurer, ^ The You tig People'* Society officers KatJhclyn AVarOTiiC^JlHSC'Ific KOTK WHAT IIH wm i l) LIKE TO 8KK IN 1922 Frank Kote. veil known Kb or - man buHiuo*fr"man, submits the iHituwititf fo*H*22; "WjKH I would like to * •«•: "The Sherman <lty """Council to do tlie m'acious tbiug in penalizing del...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 January 1922

—i_ i . I. UR resolution for this New Year is to give you one andUall so much better values during 1922 than yowifan possibly find elsewhere, that there will be no reason for you doing — otherwise than •BUY IT IN SHERMAN r—r-.i - - ** - t- ' * y Your generous patronage during the past year has inspired us with a desire to serve you better than =ev$r before., May your New jfear he also pros- perous and happy. '-Ltts "X-c mm* , DurirUft 1921 this association loaned to Sherma n and Grayson County people more than $225,- * 000.00, most of which was used for improving and building homes in Sherman and immediate vicinity. • .... We already have applications for more than $50,000.00, promising much greater contribu- tion tQ the upbuilding of the community during ;J 922. F , Your dojlars put into tfife association, will give employment to many worthy people duting this year. This will help-to make your business, your property or your job worth more. At. the same time, we offer as liberal di...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 January 1922

TOM SAWYER AND HUCKLEBERRY C r> Ti\£L *AATTefc>? StCntT HOSK1NS ToLO T£ACH£R THAT TimV coigns iToCK.Heft Tongue oar AT B6R •• AND VNYilitjjj sue.- KEToieS win GOM M ^ MONDAY JANUARY 2, 192 ■ n ANCIENT' feaent VoflW of Emblama, ft Can «• Proved, hr Mora Tharr 5 0C0 on. 9$^^" . • vs*^"4"* ' what In increase lT the fefy and fraternity pi nsv these days?' ■ HURR^.Svvfc, aur^P irtKfiJ .rones. ^ I aupfwB'e A is Just an"fip-to?date f*d; don't >oh?*re- turned bin friend^of antlqumian Sent "Well. ret mo tell -you, It Is not. . Watch chnrtns wiejj^^lilfenfed at least' five thousand years befortf watched and, -^fraternity badges equally long aj ^jThe very dame' symbol a which tUe^ ^oi i£j^-"ore wearing in thfcie< lapels <rr;Tf on their felds today are survivals ojjjdfms Which were in popular use T«;v the same purpose when Nebuchad- fuv.j'.nr was It was" like SHOP IN- -c SB Complete OilS • v* ^ 'a man what you have to sell often enough, he will begin to want it,'* once said a wdl...

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 — 2 January 1922

• % W v % . • • Wf« ** V •■ft *#•;' • EIGHT fey**" RESP HHMWWWWWHimWHMm • « long The Courts. ka%*««a%««««%M« a m««*««*a«a**% SHERMAN DAIL" . •. —^-i 1 X MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1922. Finland Obeys Kussia. county court. - | Hon. IX R Steed, Judge. c HHsii.gfors. j foy tiw* Soviet government fcl PROKAW MATTER*; wtfliarn 1r atl Mtpportuf , fffcte XeU Ford et al, minors: up N .<%! T'MiSP4?1 Karelia pllcafion of Belle Fofcd tobp up , F N# 8ie*f>.v thV' Finnish govern inteutemporary guardian, granted. i T*f< mHiibers of tin* Iva SPREAD OF RED PROPAGANDA Bolahevist Activities in * the Various . Countries Art Under Highly 8ysr ^ temgtic Regulation. * ... .. In Uh Deutsche Alfgeiuei |p il< m«jMl l0et,it(kK tlon of ]M>iiit< <1 ter.tjK aary gum Bonq at $' .' ^ Anna Wyi% minors applh tloa of Setta Wyn'^Bakit to cvefnlwent have been ex- %h4I<h1 from this country. Wf. * - . .. * granted. ge license*. iker and Mb* Georgia Bu- Iftinter. ^ " A.fX. Broek* and Miss Mattie Fran- cis ...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

+ V 'i <v< K'jii "In — 3 VOLUME XI =2= r?- ~ ■ rnj'm 2= • >V / .L'/v-r, •■ x MMSlMHSSwil HnMrf.nrnoN " , /vjk *■ ■ —■ 5M* ESDAY . ■ l 12 5 65c PER M< ,-'..r * 3rr y* -■-i " OR SAYS IF CAN CONVENES AFTER TWELVE CONSUL GENERAL KARL LANG DAYS ADJOURNMENT "I., OPENS OFFICE ON BROADWAY B ;lf-x —*i3 tfed Prena Diwoh h Chicago. Jan...T—The Continental and <'ommerclaj National Hank and the Coniinrjtfal and Commercial Trust and ^tfnvlng* Itiililt Malay formed the second Ifirsiiii hnukimr Institution In iUa ITnti- • •• ^1* • * Tl • r*f|| tit ^ f H t fill ,,edfttate*s and the la ruest west of New York. through, absorption of the Fort Dearborn National Hank and its affi- liated institution, the Fort DeuHioiu Trust and Saving Hank. The merger averted, what was descrU ed n* the most serious difficulty which had threatened Chicago's financial district in sixteen y«dr*f The deal wan announced; into last night after an albdny session of the Chicago < 'learing House Association arid...

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 — 3 January 1922

AILY DEM Father 1 y "T>u\r * ££& jfojsi-r'wsi trriBf e* ? * <* rn*Rj^ B-lS-K V* 0-t>Ot/6>Lk - - 1 H ■T cm K KNdVV II WW^NI T.t ;..H£ c;oop NOV>J S AT ■£<.Zarp TCGT r "*■ HINC, :Tfwai n c vv Cj£6 TH^WCHV latSS? STSPi i bet! &*W& M'-'hP? ' MAtUUfUl'* • ' , i r"*" " fc""'vW - ... .... mijffi Ww '. t'-iWHS v Ball At, IVitR, Mti. Sr-Ttoo ladotn- itable fighting spirit of Texufl* "led?, immortalized through the fame' w the A in ido, was repeated here Monday wheu the T*'\ h Aggies biased a page*** football history with the ae- lompllshineut of the impossible— the defeat of Centre College, rtmmpioiiN of. tho Hontb. "r.eforo 12,000 cheering fans, ^'representative team of the Southwest outfought and outplay^! ~ Charlie JMoran's Praying Colonel's and crushed the team which defeated Harvard enrlier in the season, by the ttfiore of %1Z to U. Colonels Have AlfoC Over confidence and a blackening of training over the New Year's holiday, when the Centre College team bro...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

>W> <*af Uf* ,.■*■•■• •*. 3, 1922. K now grumbling because he lms not ? npc^tv«nl what Jfep regards ag twffletont I u'turus. lie declared ttiat the Farm HmvHti baa made wotuJarttaT strides, 'jHUDH} that every member will be paid a* • bundled fold for the money and efforts . J?£ i,lM* iyto the organization. J 'J'Ueri* was .Home discussion t f qiuvs- ftditH and jMiiidet*. it was stated that the Te.Xtta Farm Bureau Marketing As- sociation „was now advancing $50 the "hale on cotton consigned to it, and mem- , hers who received but $40 advance were 1 Advi^wl fo (ir;ivv :i iitiift thrmiffli thpir tun XE WOMAN CUTS IIWH FOK Gainesville, Texae, Jan. Airs li&otge K. N. Bail has *irtHi her three hrttif left u>*h4*r appreciate your , ^ i dvlsed to draw a draft til rough their ( . ;C iJorrls. County A^enf, arBBn-anrinir the-first year of the local bank oj* the association ^ amd dim-tor 0 the <2ra.vM0S^€faiuty activity of the J-arsj Bureau in GfftT- ditionul #10, attaching cer...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

' • 'f * * «i4M v*rr. iriiitiiik* w ii i in" " '1HL THE SHERMAN DAiLY DEMOCRAT 0" '■■ ■ " ■ ' - • — .XJ* ■f"'' • •* " 111 ■■ PWP Sfc-f'' s>-' JkL« SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1922. < ESTABLISH ED 18*0;) Published I)nlb' Except Saturday. TEXAS. ftffi SHKRMAN DEXUfORAT, I'-lIBLlSHEItH Weekly Democrat Pui^kNNS Thursdays. By J. J. TELEPHONE NUMBERS « a • • ......HO AND in Comparative# Few Families Have Lost Their Only Breadwinners w f J > ' ■■ —— — — — — Entered at the postofflce at Sherman Texg*. Aug matter tit the second class aecorcjtfng t-y the jfct of jCejfgx m. "Mar. 3, 1*78". ^7 glUSCK _ DAILY DFMOCRAT—By C>xpieirf7>nc ^loftttr^nTki; ttoc miJhthK $1780; alt months, $3.r 0; om> &yuv-#Toa In Grtfysou Cou*4)v: One Month, 60c; three months^rSrf; one year. $5.00. *-By mall outside of Grayson County fuidr^tTtVxa^ and Oklahoma : Oue month 7.V; six months. $4.00; one j§gjy*~~^fno. Beyond Texas ami Oklahoma and within 1000 ml^ One month, 8.V; six mont...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

•"T—' ' ' " • " * MnniHHiiiiNiHinMiHimaiitbi PAVSMEWf' i PARAGRAPS uinunui|hihui«niHiimHiim Meeting* Tuej^ J$lgiik__, SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, '■ <"■ >« mu«un*mmwm«mwM u rit.v to transact business for a frw Personal Mention L. R Welch hi >> i"t*I u!"m*| Ik>iu« Ffctilas, after a Tiriet Tl«it>irtj rela- tive**: orf Wprth, who has bin parents of tliht ine MQudaj^ •mmMuiMu 7 <['< .w3HBH ",r\. :i ^-r r 1 TUESD ■■MM .-SrET To The lViiuxrat: Howif, IWuH. Jan. 3—Prof. IS. W, Hampton t i>ent the holidays with bis* Knights a.ndHUulh'H of Security, at Mtui-aboc hall. . . Beu Hur, at Hen Httrtott. A. K. and Abe Mark* returned froijirj•., Dallas Moi:<J«x wight. <* ^fbeen | f H. UL . Templet tm.-left fur Naa* An- irftm gelo Tuesday morning on bmiu&i*^ \ jofiirr;Ube*t Vinson MeKlnney pf - w#s In the Hty^ntflfcy. ON STRIKE ALL Democrat Want Ads Work W1 Alntyne f« vl| Fr :ti l^",i " a, " _u Hlinin. I <'ana'nters' C hapter No. 183, Order in Kansas CUy. Mis. Hump...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

A Health Secret. Y, JANUARY 3, 1922 3. Miss Vivian Men < ion of oncers resulted in pronent Hifijinbents succeeding lhemselvos. Min. \V. J. MilU dent, MrNf Emmons ]LU4#r. vice prowl dent, Mrs. It. A. secretary! rena W'f.jJaffl of those officers, Mrs. Mil Aer hml Mrs. fiibbs, have served' to- Of. Kingston u Dead EJ ; | Iloleo iMriffalT get hftU^tlte *e mo ca #*qK:opib .drew Hie \s 11 a-lull HihUas. MJss i.'t jri Haskell en^ti.ifned with ih>H0ttfuL I'jut? Hal unlay evening Tu In i huuiii Hi Kifxt iyheviiMll. . ,j!!|ggs||ours >v< re i fo gathes and contents-. gulng '!« • >fP«v Mnr.v iiozivrtfflh <oneln>kuu 31 two;conrH>i'f'ff^hjjjeiits WU£ served. eiIjojitjg---rtfe hospitnl- verc .Misses^ncsTer <hit bright, Lu-', clll'o fkiiihM' McDonald, hi^z Uiii+irs Zelntu Lord, Klma King, Olitbe Wilson Kd.ua Stanford, .Mary Bo*weU, Ma- Stanford* Beuluh Mabel Bradley, < 1 liradh^-MNle llUUltf, Kloisc heiqw*iiy&<frugU, Unity in-an, Mary I{« efiV^ajiS the-bOg H« yj&...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 January 1922

3 •' '" |(HP ; yuijp TOM SAWYER AND HUCKLE3ERRY 43NN \ fer + DtOHT GIT tvM£ VMHAT'D I TELL VOU I t KH£W \ WOULD NT*4r& *T" I got AM1TH'n£^ w^nto Por. im%„ H gr was -4WV CT5K# KHtFe, AH" SOfAE B00K.5 ^ Tws ^weATea AH- 0Rt A lor 0 JONK. \n^at O\O VOU (sir: VfotiKV A Rvae cq imrtH'S ah' rrt> AH' SOf^'f 4>AHC*5 Ah ' A SLEP Art T tor o SwW , AW j$ij£fcN®it5 A v JonK I s*3 •- |<V II'MV* Tke OMPoRTUrHATes -— £ OOMS^DOftRDI L democrats *'ik ■ DISDAINED KNIFE AND FORK "Sw«ll" Fooled Both Man Bets II to Hi« Manntr of Eating 'AY, JANUARY 3/1922. Uf* seven: NMk lefcard jaJ4 to agxoup of corv respondents the other day: "It isn't only ncrappeiH that make bad rnlstakeiln etiquette. I wa M::$m M to* swell ork restaurants one "' morning came In. !jj oqe of the biggest swells In the towni' says my friend. Watch him.' ■ ..^0-.. •; "The fat ftmn--t*HX'a dressed like- a prince—ordered two portions ofjumr and eggs, two of country sau*HtfC two of buckwheat cakes and maple sirup, and. along wi...

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 — 3 January 1922

-i ♦ ; ■« r rjii>i#T|ii an < jMwa u. i n">" ".— «%,• W.IWI .' ,* 111 SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, 3, 1922. Sivels Loses Automobile By Fire to Important ^j«™u .. Nhe <>r.-fc «§sL -$Ulf ?♦ "Iftoil 1i«T«! at fhe First Buirtisl^4hurch Jiii • r,1 5,1 ■ If1 * I'i.-k i- has not accpti-d the ap-* Place in His Church ;,.,iWi.iv.ri. .id n wea 1 (toy fi.-«i.«WHhin In- would W3rtrrn-+ rta> f>«*rb «Oi3ki,,v,'i#i ilte *4* yfc* i" t decision. Th*-Re^ Joseph I'PHrcc. jih East Sherman Kaprhrf^hureh b*a l ecn unanimously" chosen iijMpttfKfenflMiT of Rapt1st Mission* for (Jrn.Won <^ f ^ Tlrb* action fro** tMkeii Tu^lsf^nlr meeting of tla' exccujjw* «mamiti datu. built l v i rnent ." irrigates ofciktfif, , g-SBL. --.—>■ - ^ w. It. Siv,ll". Noil 1. Elurtffreet. \o# a prnctfcaIfy ncw-ytx-c.v Under" auto fr^SMvVr Tuesday morning when .rtjC macbim <aught fir** and .va* burta'd. Mr. Sivelln was driving Hie car on North Highlit udji venue when It back fired and,«eT"?trc to the machin...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

1 r " .!•> V—' _U0iJU «"" 4. 1922.-EIGH . TH. .. >.V "S \ BE ON MAIN LINE v '.mri i A i i- ATIVES FROM EFFORTS ARI TO BE MADE TO'PRESENT SESSION MAY LAST I ilr. SAVE EUROPE IS BEING INTO THE SUMMER EUROPEAN FEDERAL RESERVE Z BANlf IS PROPOSED Jafe KM,. wiBp • jVsorfaTrtf- Pr*« Dispatch ■■ ■'*■ i '.Ju... Dallas. Texas. Jan. 1. Tin- npuwfft cotton situation and pri jcrf>ss <jf the coo|iei alive inn rketing myv'emoht Wa* under discussion here today- at the wv- imhI annual /meeting of the.Texas Farm Bureau Federation attended hy direc- tor*! of the American Cotfoh Grower*' Kx-haugc aUlt representative farmers from Texas. Oklahoma,-Arkansas. Alii- immH nod other Sonihetn suites. ('niton Exchange Ixwathni. lyrmtiueiit lot a I h n of the cotton growers' exchange hcijdquarterg; tern- jMtrnrllv situated at 1 hi Ha s. ^ probably will l e .decided before the convention endf urn^M. 11 De Valera Proposes A Treaty of Amity THE TASK li A BIB BNE mjofiET SYSTEM STARTS BACKED BY U. * REC...

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 — 4 January 1922

DEMOCRAT; ,1922. Frttfth and Th to Fight. Her Present Occupation. SENA OF F1 (Continue^ PERMI r -Mpa$C*r transfer to t ho t* Pexus from coliegon and imfversltle#'. tiirodjchottr I ho conjiti^rli shown 1 Btmlstijs cornpilrd in Hi rcgi st rur, j&JL- Matho^Sr advanced studmi^ vittuupA session ihfro &Tv 54T transfr viher Ui*ti hut Jfe" Jk^bclatvjJ^P-rcHH^pj*pfttch JjiM. 4. .OAtSs tb5^ Hontli ollnn woTmu* to run for oftiro t " ;i" defeafoil in jpfwer- ' I Vlav^ rity t-i«n nr Walhailn. other sufcB6 -r' There tu?e < <, , .u„, , Mtletr rciiro-'' sow riwWairlWMmliwt ntetl. ini lniliri; eixktu n ,Iiff, r< nl'1 W M. >!<««; Int. ■ mhttm wi whoala Af j dn, Mexico and China. Of the educational institufcftJhR in Texas rcjin sfiited, tlio .Hofithoru Meth- odist lTnivor*lt>*. at T3aHn| and Oifllegp ut industrial Arts jtL^ftcntou Tietm aacfi school, htvernltf fol- lows witt*and there act* 2a whp^ttnve come from the ^vftli fr KTTITc Ndrmftl Denton., Amnnx the sjaie liniversit...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

■ > '.1'^ ■ftfi ..,ar 1 -TJT-. [ANUARY4, 1922. THREE niaea" at th^ytilshSMCtoii Theatre yestcr-.Mix's supporting company is an excall- dayc «^t^wp}a In that thcJ^wivs any font one, ami Lynu-FTlieynolds has di- ^clFofaetion. of thrills, or stirring ea- jrected the idcriire with grout skill and tcrtainuiottt; und fpr^those who like a floe taste. n . . "■ i -—■' m - _i tfluch ipX' I fSLTS lujn utewgsrfira ffis On the Mo Al the At the Wawuibgtdn Thursday, >'rh H AtSQrtQtttt Preaa Dlanaich, &ii<3l*o^j5C «faii. I. lMoie^« !|| fuJHrf yvtmifett against iH'iiig called oy^ worked and downtrodden havo fofftm- steps taken by the American Farm 1 Uireait Fodevutiojj. 4ot a national or- gatimtloii of wrmucu on the farm. Lin number* urc begin?, io realise the harmful effect of this NI faslmnn'dpirbtieily," thnHiareH Mrs !/. •( In Hdhvii oK K logwood, tS"., a loader "in (his movement. "Th« farm wmneii who have ow#km~% ■-tfj.-io Hieir.own po#sihiUtic*cr?%y frank '■■P.... _ Tluj'iJort't'w...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

HEW* j#- r ■ ^>^r *>*> . * .^"" . ' :—^ FOUR S.....%. ""iu^'"1" "'".if*'*'' DAILY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY SEPtf^ •1 _- MM Weekly Dena< HHKD 18te.) :t Daily Kxcept Saturday. SHERMAN, TEXAS. ■Hnl Our Contemporaries mttttnutttktttftttUMi ktiutu Robert J. Burdette used to My thaf Usbed Thursdays. • ««••••• -•* i , 1^= . ■ • • • ^ j£ ; there weife two daya In every week that did not cause him any worry ^st Churcl Method** WWWL women of the Trav Mf Women's Council Ct Tue HSual all-da •f"-110 A.-® in - day and the other, tomorrow. The „.. HH PHP. r ■ — ~7-.<~:v;...z*.:,..*•*— j#f'■ ; • —=*£... —— * --r~ 1 ' A Sculptural Hint. creas • jisrT* . at 3:30 tcmoou Council met at r-eutr rif church for tb^motffhly busi- - iSem session^ __^JXhe at tendance -goodr Follow trt|t a- d*** evident, Mrs.jJ^JVf^sck, appoint- f ed the st*« inlijitf committee for ?>■ the it nicest reader wrote uicL slsW^c£ Washfugtoil Star, You never have fed." "I decided day that cuused him all* tenred. mi h suj...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

ont-ottewt* visitor to this city Tuea-. day. , J. Fray of R|. Louis, Mo., fa Ruest of Mr. and Mra. II. L. Wall t\ IV Gregg. Italian; W. K. King, I .-•' . .- 1 o piificf ,.f ii. Hiirl Mmt'II I Malt nf O(111, CjklfffrT^ MlitS ! Mi . Chan. Hujllrtti>«il t« I'hIIiih lh1„ ,:.tr Mr " Ki ,'V Wtta forinorlv of Topplim. P rl j,J #. Hunt, D*l- w«inwi«y I., vwt wtati^w , js; «. *. «*• n n„s: <•. n « A. i fe <]«/ . >^z^" I wirtPg hrr Jbt wZh. . |ItoiWMi^%rw«««l. II...wr: IW *• 4?S" WP M„ K A Holliiua left for B«r I^7 i Mwto. - UvulM*.lUmwr; Mr. and Mf Wt_tlir_„fgrt! MIhk Murlbu. Harris lu>« r,Muri. l I.. I J.' Onllm. C. O: jolinWn. n«ll«-; POLITICAL to I Milan Wodaesdapr I>. H. Lambert went-to Dallas business WnJneeday G. C. Hamilton we Wednesday, lmvlij>t3giwie on ^ . Waco to "take up her studios lor a few day*. ; liaytor JWtmity, after sisit. <ni Miss Elhi Loving went to OreonvUlc parents of this eity for about •""a*. f <4^Woodmausee. DallasDavis, Dal- Mlsg^JtutTi l...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

>« * 'tuyy .:—ffe.^- -.'£ ..J.'; i':®® , ITf'fwr r—UAjft* "« '<ii ■ ■ ■'■ ■ - PPPr^p Sherman daily democrat, ackwa MKI*£ w •?4>* ?$8 mn , '. c AammI , A*.? My creditors and bankers are demanding their money 5 all their contents have been turned over to Glen e. Por- ter of Kansas City, Mo., who has been sent Tiere with Mi- ctions to sell. Whatever price he puts oi a the mer- structioni chandise, no matter what the cost/ that is the price It will sett for. He has no regards for profits, and his instruc- tions are to "get the money," and get it quick—the quicker the better. , C. W. CRAWFORD. SWKWW- l Selling is my business. My crtlly orders ate, "Sell it; let empty coun- ters and bare walls remain." So sell it I WILL. It is not my loss. It SsC" W-. Crawford's hard luck andfoir gain. I cannot show partiality or allow sentiment to go here. I will mark every article sc kuw that a dollar will almost^ boy a car load of gbods. I've done my best to give you a Bargain Feast. It's up t...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 January 1922

SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT^ W£DNESDAY: • - - HUCKLEBERRY FINN "'OU 4JE AftN«> *>' LPv/E c J f\A< 0Rortetfj:V£|pfVoW vve tAcn o it) [jj Nr Wi ( Htt "^twee, we ttfc VtT; ^7 ^ wo&wns :3vwve ~ )tWTA WN T^ec. ? fc«0 W \fe ce I t*w>T .../ 7552"= MAN'S HAIR Hat Long Held j£ier«sting RsliC Of the mighty Emperor ""X Napoleon. A new Napoleon sou venir has-Just come to light hi VjtRra^ftrTwfy. no r a fashionable seaside resort not far from NapJes,ahd its bttfory It inter- est Iuk. A fihortthne after her broth- er*s death at l.onfwood, St. Helena, Princess Pauline; favorite titter of Napoleon I, se& a souvenir of-ttie great warrior and emperur to one of her Intimate friends, Professor Pacini, n musician, who wrote ib«—musical work "Sapho." But she sent it in a ^ol(F\vuteTi carefuHy pressed between the watch's outer and innerTovers, ex- plains o writer In tiie^Cew York World. Ah the lialrHVas to weii hidden frojn-4 the princess wrote to tb* iflusb- eittii telling him Sf the treas...

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 — 4 January 1922

Y7^ n SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1922 BILL MARK ADS. TOO LATE TO x FOIt RENT—Two \ t'all uftcr hi Wl.i South sr. v jo.arp •wiit on ofkn si tor I in tlie Qjaud^mrrt «r the IS ST.AKTftCli IN ('H|('A(iOk' States for tlie hasten District ■■I I I ,rn * j • rrv* m^mch I In tHo matter of„J.. .V, Woolly , hunk- fight ©ftniutcy; 1 - W \,^il,1?l,,£2!,^r T° of the said hank- JsMdafti tid* of I ien i *o«> ltt Ht<« i^ounrv of i morning when memb^^fivemijrn^Z am| mkm aforesaid, u went mi a sympathetic strike with the P n*-'' i,l#d,""f w ^'1* ^^ C QAI. OPKBATORS RKFI SE - Kneno* • Aire*. Jtiu, 4-. foreigners.; - Tf ( ( M KK WITH MINEKN. reading over five jpoa-rs in any.^^ji. j A**orfat*it Prtnt JHspatrh W ash i ngton, Ja it. 4—Lessened Jan. 4- rMl1- Ford roadster jo^.J*diTtng • hi- in trad" for VoriivvflXfiQ,Ut perfect condition. Phone TU- day. laftt night. niai^geiieraliy for hills of Hiroptan^ fmui^w^e up Wednesday, ,, " J4 21P *~but a somewhat broader activity ivhh clos...

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