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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 February 1922

SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY &,A92t HUCKLEBERRY FINN 4.J >■' M ■ ,^r- •***< * YOUR Voi/ Flfc SUttPul oft oTriee, 5teot i r.r%... . Tit, 11 n Ir^i j*"' -~7— Ww$i"tt'" •■• ■■■'" vi • .•r*;>. •• ™ $ >■ -o# iifEij# imiM \ . -I . >' .,• 5ijA.J s .*..4 SwiBww' " '4 - ■••• WttATcRA GRACE WEATHERBY t «"*rm ;' rtW fVM h & I "'■J;1 DWom*K • .*''■• ■■fl*'" *' V , . 0 « t. MMW SpCSSbMflHBfl i ...- .' ft, y FOR REXT—flose in/t*o or three rooms fiirhlshed for Itjtlit house ken* Itag 200 North Moutgomeiy. Mrs. Mi Vestal. . f5-6tp I'I . - i.■. . ij i i ■ i . " ■ ' ' | 1 I tt" Foft REST — Two rooms for light house keeping; all conveniences. Mrs. Gils Fii.li. 2U> W. Cherry. Phone 'MM. f7«3tp •v .T -' i / . : 'u . ViM JMkSMN1^ oX(irS 1 ' convenience; eIo.se iu. Phone 1405. Ev- erything furnished. CTrCte i Ffrtl RENT- Furnished light house keeping rooms. 002 K. Jlnu«ton. Phone JLH>7. . ftsntp FOR RENT—.'I furnished rooms for light hom«keff>ing; man ami wif...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 February 1922

Greenville... Ills..~ Feb. Midriff John, Wilson.' of llond Cotinty. Yfiinois, hHs *WitH<lr w« his w^jlywrrlfin and 1ft ISgpig^- ■ 'V-. v - .. Shrman Democrat Office. Feb. R futures veiy tp Wwln c>*lng 8# 38 points of yesterday opewlL 4- to 8 poluts nlo vn end <1o*h1 steady 10 to 19 points over yesterday's clooff. * Spot* clqscd 25 to 00 points higher loan ob Tuesday. Cotton seed oil cloaed 1 wjfcpfiim* falser tbaa the dosejof yesterday. GrainJuly wbeat fcl 4*4? <**& yrejjerdf^ rjoaer <** was (Tic ^o ic upjkndMtH wcr^J^flfv en. rise In Lttrrpitffl enu$ed wrong advahep In the p-lce of <JW re on tltf* openly today andifrt th^end of the firat.bAM liour of the raga Grain. Chicago. 1 «u Feb. 8—Gra In closed as fallow* r \j. j- y Yesterday Today Wheat— •"*•"• , - May .^. 1.2 ft V^l-31 Crura lH'v ' """l |ln t'lllilirTT'iiHI ll Of SlI|>erv}sors, If : " , | , ,.ii|l I \\ mi iii nli known yesterday when the May .. - ^ state'#, Attorney w|n directed by the • ° T .. 'i 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

wo p'mti'umi « MSSffiSS mm:, ■--• *"'••■ ■•• I ■}J*j0f'*.. X>^Ae? f ■—..'*■■t HERMAN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1922. -EIGHT PAGES. . 11 1 VOLUME XL1.-NO. 176. >*r ■ ' • - i • • wm --V r* ."W. T^fr" * •*'<<&* 5 ONLY FOUR KNOWN DEAD MAT NEVER BE TRIED FOR: MURDER SO FAR WILL - - - - —>^imUTirt;>ffwpm .rt^ r*mni-flrwnr RUINS ARE SEA t D 71 / « iifiifc - J .*• .- ■-. • C . .j^>V V GatesvtMc. Texas, Feb. 9—Charging the jtiry today injhe murder trial of II. O. TV yuiau, on trial in connection with the death of Dell Thames, a for- hut luuiate of tip) State Juvenile Training School, Judge J. R. McClel- lau instructed that if the Jurors belie*, id Dell Thomas' death was caused by Joe Thomas, and Eddie Stokes, boy captains at the school, Jo find the de- fendant not guilty.:. Two Boys Involved. It was the first direct the court proeeedinga-tfiat Stokes and Thomas ui ght have ben implicated in 'lie d*ath of young Thames, which oc- curred shortly after the two boy ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

wmmm TO PLAN FORM SEASON SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1922. mm On the Movie Screen ALL ARE INVITED TO BE ON HAND WITH SUGGESTIONS—PRESIDENT MAX WM GIBBS WANTS TO SEE LARGER NUMBER PRESENT l Sherman K plnvfng the JP£2 season. llguratl ulm. meeting at the Chamber of Com- were? Thursday night for the purpose over the plana for and d hi- ving ' of some necessary obatacle* confronting the club hefbrc opening the <i rreM campaign. It wW he an open season on talk, and any one's sugges- ; tion wkU he tolerated, according to President Mux Gibbs, provided It 1* made in good faith and with the idea of helng carried out in the aatae way*. With the selection of a leader for the lojml club out of the wny, lu the signing of Grady Hlgginbothaw as pilot ; and Secretary W. M. Butcher's desk fairly filled with signed contracts of old heads and youngsters who will doe ftherman uniforms at the opening of the aeaaou, the selection of a date for opening spring training remains Che of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

II I <p> —I la 'J '■vSESarZ -Av . ^W4*4MNlWlNWWIi **afcS . -■ ■ -i , ■sHWP- AILY DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1922. HON ARMY RESCUE WORK IS WORLD WIDE AND IS KENT CONDUCT k®S iloiji COMPANY FIRED ON BY I THE BRITISH MRS. AIXIE Mae McRLHANKY WteH LATH WPfNC^Pr at M*#. Xllto yLk<< 3r<<Kll>anfo C3*t#s; •A i '•tvffn ikf • ii* *. j- of ,igi^-wrf«' of OsMNtr K.' fift' tyi>l>Mu«l, by inajPSnoe W J all* was marrh ■ ! !i Ii'':i IV. lfV.'l INSOLVKNCT AU.Kc;KI> A(« \INST SKRIOt S RIOT 0< ( I lls IV INDIA SEVEN GRAYSON COVNTY GIRLS WERE BROUGHT BACK TO THEIR HOMES THROUGH EFFORTS OF LOCAL OFFI- CER—INTERESTING APPEAL V ? r John Marshall, chairman of the c*6m- liilttcc In charg^ ojP the .SalraMou Army cHruptt3K j in Shormflli, which Ik to be- gin Monday, Feb 20 ancl run for fivtt Ha.ys, to liiciude the 2." th, during which 4 ^TrnaeJt if honed to jrnTrie -f r t he 4j£-v w rk* in y>|n \ify, tias^ «i Unittea UmJ foilow<i% on tie ifrweue , work which is car l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

TELEPHONE NUMBERS / 110 AND 111 i ii i . I i ...■■ii . I «.'*'! , i m .. i Entered at the postofllce ft Sherman Texas, Atif. 14, Lttcfr of the second class according to the act of Congress, 1879. SlUW KIPTION RATEfte^-r- DFMOCRAT—By Carrier* One Month, 65c; three months, $1.80? ear, $6.00. mall In Grayson County: One Mi mm j&LT, I5.00T " By. mall outsidejjbf Trtayson and Oklahoma: One month 73c; aixmohths. $4.00; one td Texas and Oklahoma and within 1,000 miles: hs, $4.50; one year. £8.00. All subscriptions are I three months, tj an« Jn nerat, Publishers, flherman Texas. Si please give old address as well as new one * titled to the uae for republication of all news dl. or not otherwise credited In this prper and also the l^eaTnews published All rights of republication of special T-rr PRBBSh—The Associated dlspa^ti *5Sf new herein are Pn credited re- 3?. Industrial &quabblei arrlfie worst menace which, this ewintry faces Seed the same situation two yeArs ago and met it ly wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

avement Paragraphs mtuttMutmummmvummm Bora—To Mr. «nd Mrs. Clyde Jones, a daughter, on Wodru'mUty evening, ••• ,' ,.V * *•. ^ if H;iyn'i j,' The Royal Arch chnptrr wiH hold Thursday night at Travis Lodge. *«\ill oonfor the fVl- low Craft und Mast era' degree* Friday night at 7:30 o'eioek. Jaek (landol|kh is reported to l>e pel- ting along nicely. following an oper- ation for appendie.tlK, undergone at Shorrnaw Ho^pital Tuesday. 3#® High School Minstrel Promises Big Success Tlw* Minstrel which Ik to he civen by the Senior Class of the Shernut n High fck'hool on Frldoy eveninK prom IjBea to be one of the most mtei talning given in Hoitu time. .' The ahow is divided int^ ^h'e differ- ent pariH. The o££j*fnjt 1m aa unual wiih tuos; mijiafrela, hut this promises to have more entehy songs ami eievt r jokes Hum found In most minstrels. The hlaek faee comedy -is furnished by the end men. Mr. Olen Han- dera and Mr. N^'ll^^HacrtBgt<> i. This diff rent In more rhait esfjeeialiy in I.'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

1% i - TV V I 7* t \.l * > *-vtr - IP *: . P| W 11(1 ■ >*- Hi . • * * -'r' *■ V"" * ■ - . .' i ! 7fl-,yr ill", .V i|Sp?§P; 4 • «" -lolrd Rr<m IHfVV' h .... . ;"50Si>, iw. wirow '■ •>e# MvWf l>.i •..,.,w„„ Fri(j(!.<hlp Ola*# EMrriaiitnl. ^ of the Friendship <" f < V?ur«t < hH«jIo.H' Si-hnirU Wjftrr guests <jf rtiio^jpf1 Ilw> other «H"iiil«*r<. >J m. Iier1# i-t 10. AIiU;> < tt>VYhkI ntrfpt ;^§Sv<iM,#<hi y ! fuinu DH, foi a <U'li*htfuL+ . pa - :S« v wfl ruMtfsts flttdinformal MiijipiJwlr^ pii rtwi nt «fU r- |W n for i]^ :®m*i 1*ts and their lenrli- « W. Hut well lifter whlt'hn ^frrrpf iMifciiiess session wj^s It vas deeiiled to bold 4b**fiv meetings ev- - cryiwo ttiA^-jlii (hi hope of k«^e|>fp£ ela*^ iwtFTesl and enthusiasm stjmuiat- e<l. mihI to fart bur the *pifft of friend slop hojAV«*w w-. :I ; W- i. < - ■it W ! -> ■X . Bjj .1 i ,• , , At «f tW* aftfi iKMjip, -Hie ~-HWJstes*1 wm red*" friilt snlflrtf-^hdwii he*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

6lM^£ SKATfcJ, &OLU'. HH To SE^etsTW^ W®lSi fjy sopped Tiv* w<x,lS^6 OqggokYM^ i wv 5KATes* t it Ttu. r*\\£.\WK& MW> -p,;.J I e*, no% fANNIN COUNTY FAVORABLY LOCATED WITH REFERENCE TO PRESTON ANTI- NEAR mmik' KEK (iRAYHON (DI NTY WOMAN DIED THURSDAY. W,t ll IV — I <i J W*U*i Trte MAKW6 -L-j' •W>'* HELP .WANTED JT\' , c P 1 :.P 1 iK. ;t ^BOflBD) FOR RENT—Well furnUUfei lx<l room, soiitli ftttrt e*po*nre, to men only. Clone-tn, phhne ifl*8. ; f8>1tp ' Ft>R RENT- Nlrety furnished modern apartment. hot awl cold witter, cloac I in; also from bedrooms. Reasonable. -Phone 512), CT-7tp ' FOR RKNT -Two vefjr cUsilrablc rooms for light Iteose keecug. A11 conven- ience*. Phono lift 008 North Matey. T *&2tp FOR RENT—On loth nicely fuplahetl r room apartment, clone in. Call nt £18 K. Lamar, mornings. f8 3tp «... i i i i ii. < .. '«.«■ FOR HS2NTjM31owb In, two or three rooms furnished for light house kugp- lug; JftO North Montgomery. Mrs. M. Vestal. f H>tp F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 February 1922

Possessing No More Ability Than Av* erage $60 Fighter, He Hat Put Away $110,OOO. i ^ '"^2Stt SWAT ' Sherman Democrat Office, Feh. Jbr- Cottou futures were down ;Thnrsda closing 5 to 0 points under the dose TO HAVE RE- 116 000 OFFER FROM " CLUB OWNERS In all the history of the prU* never was so f<>rtuneti~a boxer an Johnny^aiaoiCTlie middle-weight ciuimpwET Possessing no more abil- ity than the average $50 fighter of ten years back, Wilson haa been able to put away $110,000 during 'the year Fll TKKNTH DISTRICT COU • ' Hon. Silas Hare. . Ferguson Sml JPurtfiH nvn. Union Laundry C5ui*r broach of i-onUncl; jury defends ut.t Re] >or ted pre- viously through error for plaimiff.) Cawi|#f}ty H<c procai Exchange va. Mildicd Jones, on trial. -ar ii ociat'd Pre ft Din patch of yesterday. Tied 15tO lTpo'.nts up clos <l wetady 21 points up. Spot a closed 6 pointa dgwn to 25 HtrT^ouls. Feb. ft.— A disagreement up. has arisen between Rogers Hornshy* aed oil was 5 to ♦ point* uu* lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

? I . SjjW'S WtSm *■: -T p ao.. - Jv F. /• SFSRr . ifflaf VOLUME XU —WO. 177. SHERMAN, TEXAS. FRIDAY, 1922. —EIGHT PAGES. 65c PER MONTH. -it-.if e ;lji| , '" j&W? £=S iiAumm OF THE RECOGNITION OF BOTp, OPEN AND CLOSED SHOP PROPOSITIONS IS SUGGESTED BY PAINTERS ORGANIZATION « v;X: preacher has iisappeaieb j&i :rr- HAD JUST imil> SUCCESSFUL RK 4 asocial. i Kanw -WW dek'gates ehr. ru£|eri/.ed as '"The Amer- lenti plan" fOr preventing strikes in VIV % L—WROTE LETTER OF TION Sv RESIGNATION f;«r 4ssociatcd Pre** Dixpatih Parson*. Kans,. Feb. 10.—Search bos been started for Rev. J. I'. Henson. f« r *|^r<*o year* pastor of the Baptist church at Altamdnt. The pastor dlsap- peared from bis h<une a week ago after w/ltlng a. letter of resignation He had just completed a-two weeks revival auil it f* believed may have suCfered a ner- vour breakdown. lie is sixty years oh!. d 'ft/M pispatch nsatf City, Slo.. Feb. . . ... *~TTfn nrart the building trades industry was'plac- ed lw fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

two. r i g SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT UARY 10. 1922.; -w-^S6" ins ^ ■ MKAMk*m«j* .-•«■"■ *** ■' ;• j t'.:. • ' " Ll*k wiufrk:* r 11 - V i -■ • ' ' '.W3 V.-V • "Tiff -^~4- t -,-* o_ ~;'rr..xr. 4 - R.' , v v. 1 Wj'' s P;v-| K°" ■' 'i' L>- § \ v.. ,® . « % _ '■** * **' - ■ > ' ■ . •. '* . fA. - ' '"; v • • Y'.MwV pna ft , <**. /,■, , , :r. - - .- Ai" A - - •'■■ , v$ • • - #-'-•• . > iattSJOTB -———<—-—-—• " yi"« —6-4—►-jj"tyjifc.4tj *£-■" Trf* —--'<r—... . ■';■■•■■■■ « —T—-sr-— • ' ' —*-,—'"V - —n • .--■=— ■--■•■'/ :■ ;— -,-■ • *. - 9 I I ■-M -V; \f £ft* i • 1 .': ■-->-..., V * •'•'■■ • '■• ;-... * - '....- ".v., 1 . > t T^'1 <y ■ 1 " -, ■.>■*■ . * ' . ■ V -ft. -V • '•c ■ . •' ■-••••■ ' '•' . • •'• yf' ■*$■■ !ie-- $ .-- •:.. '" '• '- • ■ '. -V- . u ' ' rji? ~?rr+- ■ -t:.. ;V / ' • I I • f ■*' I ' *■ ' ■ i- ■ "v. • 'I; Z'. - ■ r# i vf ;'i- ' • • - . . ' ■ ' *i : •■ d8 'v>. . i ; ' >\ . w- . K i t | m * •-a> i •fcJbT, ■IMI ( « WSBi ■■ w \* y % '. ■ ■M ■ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

V t ;V« • T ■ JflEj-f ' «/ DEMOCRAT," FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1922. f,-. SHEKIFFS HAL#/ W- flwfvV. • * « . * You .Can .Buy It M tm Travis. l*4teal | H iv'k i mnodyto uurt >our hubbies of the flirtl - •- •Siiu n .a X-.- —"jl" J, .H-* ke An utiil<abh ngr.M incut ext time ,vi>u t**1 him pjHng a lx>autlftil tlniiiHtt ttt j #y y<m o h dollar - ■ , jpi V S'JL " -r#-* Mcdute fbr nthting tbfe t\ Wiry ft>r l>Hti«ih# together 4 hmiu ifor m ini WrAmp wan the Chief matter ttitdw diwtis.vfcm at the meet Sliuiirraii h>*cl>nll fans a Twir of (Xrtlimeree audityrluui Thursday wpMig ." > ;: I u nmIuiH Max Oibbs called^ the 2iiu>tiiig together with about tweutx foms prew'iit. Mf. Glbbs stated the purpose of tiie meeting, and then ask- ed 8 G. Htvaiiv to outline theJaitmulV-' tiou with ngard to the club to the faiw present. Mr. tvaln told the sett 8, , Feb. , 10—Adv , it*felVipU by , thfc Attorney |1b i ek)RrtUient that Judge F. Kbtufey of the District Court of Parker Coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

• •« I •% •«* aravsr SHERMAN J)A1LY < BSTABLt SUED 18t9.) Published Daily Except Saturday. A Mean SHERMAN, TEXAS. if);,:. V*^" THS 8HERMAN DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHERS. Weekly Democrat Published Thursdays. ...,110 AND 111 NUMBERS ■■ f 9 .1. . V. at Ilia poatofflce at Sherman Texas, Aug. 14, 1879, a« mail afoond class according to the act of Congress, Mar. 3, 1819. Ihtwoription ratesT -_By Carrier* One Month, «5c; three months, fU&T tsso * one year, $6.00. Bj mail in Grsyaon Countr: One Month, montha, $1.35; one year, 15.00. By mail outside of Orayson and is Texaa and Oklahoma: One month 75c; aiz months, $4.00; one •7SO Beyond Texaa and Oklahoma and within 1,000 One 5c7ai* nmntha, $4.50; one year, $8.nrt payable MR. COON'S SNOW BIAN MR. FOX had not had Rood luck catching hens and chickens at the barnyard for a Ion* time. "If I could only be around there then without being seen," thought Mr. Fox, ' I might get one before Mr. Ddg gives th* alarm, but here I hide every gives tne alarm, o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

* -* *** .' > Jt / , ■* * L ■ •■'V .'.>• .vr-tcf - WVJ#i|^*M $*! DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 MI i ■ —^ tfl V * filifiii 4 UAtmit TINCiS FRIDAY NIGHT l<' ' - tesPsS^^ *t£4jatfid. TIk nervine, which will be ill ltouur of tho Fifty eighth anulver- wii y ofthe order, will U- beld^at the W& o'clock hour, with tho add roan Knight T. It. flohvinb. Knight a of Pythias will be i itwl to attend. Modem Woodmen of America, at x. w-,u"... , „ . Odd Fellows' hail. * aBd * Kimbell moved to Bhermao Eutaui]>imui, I. O. O. ^ttrsday, w'ltln' fhey will I. l). (>. F. ball. * make their home in the future. Theft at Paint B p af-Jt hTkil-*' h*M many friends regret to Bee them move irday Night 'i **•*• The KImbcI1 Milling Company DL.(,r«tftM t p i..tnr*' .naoved its maiu office to Sherman aev- iHcorators, at Talnters ^ montlm axo ^ Mr Oil U *W,.. moving to Sherman so that he can be i~ in eloaer touch with his basinem Inter eats. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moore will v *Jkia m - Okla , Fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

* V SHERMAN DADLY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, THE CHEERFUL CHERUB UKCAYNON \K<;KO CQNWCfl mi\wt:n vKm state FARM !oy Hell. .Shut iuun negro. wW was sent to the State penitentiary in Oc* tobtr to Mtvc u year for possessing liquor, escaped from the Senior State Fnriu near Iicwalt on last Monday, rc- <<irding to escape fioHces received here I'VltUi:. : Tli ' notice carried a desctip- Slory Hour Saturday. The young ladles of Kidd-Key will ifmi ai ti - Saturday *tor.v botr atlhe ri-.T.'c. MORE^IAN IHRKfc T BOf'SAND 1IOOHS ( JKH I ATKM 1)1 K- IN< MONTH O* JViCAHS- M&8t* i-a.- iW^A*' -- TLe ri^tfef: muntbtv meitng of the lUfirtil tit Sherman Pillule Library, withi* ns to hare Ifeeu held in -the T-Jhrary Th sday, i-Iaco, Thursday ifferi:«M_) : r yjWQjZtiek V r^iof^itrhHTiif trtTwrut. -?he report '_ ;r' ^J^Tn^surer Mrs. % F. Hvans. was i.- —r.rw.J «.1,I t.wit.fhlv liiiu' lo tile HUiOUUt read and monthly btfls jo Ite amount <-*r $*!?5 were allowed. * T ia< nthjy allowance ieporf' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

>- V ,• v* m ggsS^ SHEHMAN DAILY DEMOCRA AND HUCKLEBERRY ssiwe; <rt < 11 .05 FlRS- DR'ts f v y ~ Boors STbCKiWeS ■ • RFv^iT tWKeS TftE-.3Atf9S.0jj. CHOOLi WTJT v l '«S a-WM FEBRUAB^iQ J 922 j' IDAV «ihf i • " J / / ✓ SJF-: r ^ SEVEN. Flor DISTRICT JUDGE • > • \ OKLAHOMA (OI.'NTV ATTOR! IS MH'I DCT1ENOUJ CWJtTS ACTION IN CASK. . '■■ * 7 Okniftlgoc, Okln., Feb. 10—The Su- Court fraud jury, einpasiehd flu1 file -.purpose Of -investl gatjug niujil;' the a flairs of the think of Commerce, by .11 <('Inlstyphcf" lllmnfiiay nio jug. Tho jfffriwl jury was 0i e#ar£f;d on^a^-dFmtifrer to tlm - Ititfrettnenf* a lust K J. Kpawi^rwl.\V. £* M- 11ns, Itouiy^Ca -C^'iinn officers. The i<nvn room sceno following tin' •muViuent of the cog# waK • pre- .haps ui i^rulU lti! . in~t-ho Wftdfy of Oklahomit 4*«mfis * lionntlng a bench with hit iiict livid with rajfo and re- met*Vnoty ATtOrm y .Tii ihes ^fep- huru liilterly attgejccd the action of the wnrf. v With bin finger j>ointcd at th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 10 February 1922

SP^fM* H ,.u«S ' .«■- * —«m* f!l> jag ■£" SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1922. — 1 ■" Rc«rluuit Ktock S«l The II More Truth in Advertising Every When we advertise an article, or a price we have plenty of the goods to show and you at the price advertised. J SEE THESE SPECIAL VALUES Dress Shirts 98c. mL ■ mu>- ' i" I?" ' ■tejE 11 k- M Is mm °r^ph°eft|$ 2.50flp|H^pHp i ureas Shoes $3.50. 's Good Union Suits $1.00. Men's Suits, large lot to select from, $9.98. Men's Lisle Thread Sex, all colors, 25c Boys' Caps 48c. Boys' Waists 50c, 63c. * 63Cf 9gct Boys' Shoes $2.29. Ladies' and Misses' and Boys' Hose 15c and itgjfiH New Dress Ginghams 15c, 20c and 25c. Children's Sweaters from 98c up. Ladies' Kid Gloves $2.00 a pair. Wool Nap Blankets $3.38. Ladies' Slippers from $2,50 up. ■ 1 8$ Among The Courts > IU*I Kiitalf Transfers. \ i W. o. Curler ec in to >'a«*M*s* * Lumber Co., 28 feet lota 0-12. block Q, } Tom Beau. $100. Mrs. Louis* Simmons to M. K. A T. Ry. Co., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 February 1922

#11 "5 >?' ■ -*■ . ,-/-f « 53r ' w, U*rV-. >M*r. -.,." _ . , mfT, SFM6il#ts vr. --'Ja* «-■-* «#V— if; n «.-. .4.'>-4 ': ' - • :-V;*-r: ' l T ■ r :■&> -• 7f ... r -,T-—gw it ' '" WBm 35^ ■ . \ -1 * • H9m1 riaStW - i" ME1S VOLUME XU.—NO. 179. XftV - - • ...-r 3 " - t "' ' "" . 1 ii> 111 ——. inn 1 —in 11 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1922.— TWENTY PAGES IN THREE £2 rfiS * £ — 4— — s£rr ART ONE. 65c PER MONTH wi! - ■1 \^ "ft! J^2S£^jhts "W ' TiypStl ;^sgi I irees, ■MM s surt?as wc? are sfcandinfcbere! Its the identical rhodet! TO BE IFE AND v i- . "V NEW! ssss; '3^ j— • J- V>v rn Aumr Utted Pre«t Dispatch Bm MfJ SAFETY OF LIMB |-T £ letter enforetmtht of' traffic laws ft Hi Jtreait-rw-tiirity of life from traf- •nu is expected to result rom the activities of thirty-three ad- ditional men sworn Into th« Sherman | police Department Friday evening as I auxiliary policemen of tho city of, Sh< tman. lilt commissioning of these mtn as! arxiLar.v iHiliccnini ia the culiuluat|on...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 12 February 1922

MM " DAILY DEMOCRAT, SUNDAY, FEBRU 2, 1^22. -PART ONE. TWO. T ' • m FOR Two nicely furnished <L I read tho «r founded at file ilmrfet'8 made against % and heat* broken that my effort h io uphold the law at alt times becw ni:amni^r6ed.w_ informed thntj^ Sudden departure ! s m g£^^9 hppig r-LAROSrsJfc: I IN 3518- OLLEtilATfc MCT IN I fiei I am Oti lnnocontvletlmof fol 10\*&g tjto Jtdv ice and directions ot ey tJi ijeral Freellng, who hns1 fiart^j api>eiibv n ml claim: (Hi a lohs of ntany tiiousarid dollars to our county ffmcwi a enr jury was from okmulgCc was being Interpreted J You know me well and wrff* gCJH r:.lly as lieiiitf a desire to • sea pep tan (certifythnt 1 have nl vays been whatever criticism mlghlbo directed Qn honest ami c'ean moral man ami pi ted: Ybtn^Tl then! t|>at 1 Was allowed a ft-w rooms on car lino. Mrs. J. R. MeElroyv n North Grand itrao^ «s—i " " i * "i nig' ■■ " " ■ ,ii mn .. iaiijp« wiii i i n ^ FOR MALE--41-room lirkk veneer k°me, mo<li in, ...

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