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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 August 1920

'■* ' • gfiP'hv'; 'Wmffi'"''H i j$|a|i IM.4 FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR RENT—Furnished bed room: gentleman preferred. 420 S. Rusk St. Phone 1003. - aSIhc lY>U RBNT~~Two r TrauKxsee St. Hee tin dloftjw couple prefe wmms nt 415 W. ♦ hem nt once. Mld- >rred. a3-4tp FOR RENT—2 furnished houxekeep- Ing rooms; gas, Water, lights; J20.00 per month. 1), Eates. phone 704 or ~ 120. , for" Ri:\T—I'nfnrnUhed. upstairs apartment to u man and his wife. Call after five o'riock t«07 S. Truvlx. Plmms 705. a -2tp FOR RENT—lT|;stnirs< apartment, un- 1'uritfshed. Mrs, T. T. Maxwell, phone COO. 12UI V.. Clieny a2:itp I21|t p. Cher FOR RENT- Three rooms. 402 X. Rinkley fit <uafnrnlsdied Phone 1750. a2-.1lp FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms to young men. 81 :i Mo. Walnut St. a 2-." fp, TWO ( R THREE unfurnished rooms, all modern conveniences. 515 S. Max- ey or phono 1526. . a2-fltp FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, 800 X. Orund avenue. '* Jy.'U Otp FURNISHED ROOM —2 blocks of square for one or two gentlemen, Tw...

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

;V ■ , < ••?* *<• '*" ' ' T "',V -?v'. '•> \ ■%. :-t£{ ■ ••." '-. ' ■.',' f '"■ it '' 1 .. • -\^v v. «r DAILY I m «it< w tt tirtwi — US 4 I i>$y$SS8 IWSsHP ra'/i *;/ ft & •■ h'' Kiss asm jt«y mi _ ___ _ _ TBOmM SIHI g4-tfir JBI ANDERSON, WELL | KNOWN PRINTER AND IS DEAD K 1, modern L Porter, 1W- Standing of Che Clubs I; w $« m mm "Hi ?&*• Sr>'!3?i. 5 ii .(V ; i.« i-> lISlS WWmuss to «£.« §S? Brfi IwwaWHl ife _ children. 819 ibm-w. i |ffotp dining room suit, room suit Maul be Writf full description to W2 Bint California, Gainesville, Tex. |f a4-8tp k? i1;: • ,,iy V ||.|. I, , I' !' f„li' .J I)1*' >* v^11'"JlAr**T '•■ LOST—Folding %>**&****W!piP^'P working card and some bill* for ftrl Ortwright and about $15 In money. al-.ltp FOB fUlJR-rOMrtle Mwr^NM^lR I tor ladle* and children. .See p.v® Hanson. 238 N. Walnut 8t lg *«♦ * 1T . 'TT " WANTED-—Saleslady. W to Wal- r'Ur C' 3o*m * C°' ^ '* a^"StC * WANTED—Two furolahedV light housekeeping romn; prefe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

si !>/ I > . ■ [ [tmmim i*w £*/■.• •:' i ;: ■*m0''$' |W|fM§jjfiliM ro^vSHBSfl CITY r wl'tiEZ '%' 'Wkjfflw&P i; n i tiiir<< iiinii>i rr oiit w wm TrrrrTYfirrir ARE IN Fill ii£I VETERANS OF 1861-5 FOUND THE ATHENS OF TEXAS READY TO CAPITULATE WHEN THEY ARRIVE—ENJOY S ING THE REUNION. ••-,«•. w.^..V,U, Ifit r 'Boca)toM, TexaR.. Aug. Ws G 4BnioueI "Buddy" Napier of the Shreveport pitching staff has beeu sold outright to the Cincinnati Rc<l* and leaves to- night to joih tlte world champlona. The sale price ia said to he $7,000, -4but thtr tr-iwt-exactly confirmed by Manager urmtth ot.the JShmjenort club. The Impression ia that Napier haa brought a large sum thap. any player ever aold 'out of Texas. Veterans of theJUth Texas Cavalry of the Confederate Army, meeting In Shermaji in forty-third aunual reunion Thursday, did not find it necessary to besiege the city to capture it. Sherman capitulated to the veterans with- out a struggle, and from the moment thefirst veter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

*JW: mm i fC4jl3NSTO Sara? 'i ';' MS-1® Wmmm. i •^T''-'>^>4n I w& ftrVHi l*. K hJ/jjlflB ' I v ' " "' ■ ''• * s; ■ v,T- , '' ■ . ' " DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SW. yKfeftfi H^TOPE Over ^ V'i;' ,„ -■■ ,::Vf/£;*■,' , ' ' H« i IhIiux hf lui* wurwl the liiformH- t Ion from f <i*lifii! auriioritlm" intelllgiMire Bii P 'ttMt Is to be d< miiiiMtr of ■ liftlMlBg this fsmoi of the con aammer raits that nearly 600 wjftw./. «■■) ^JaJl^Tq . mm: w<mm _ owner* n (lacks re mm. what W,*top the increaalft* willing woAw* fr< ra « vnlue and l «iuty of on. The M$*t rancer* atlon oomiiilnwlon, xnya ie Albany Journal, last ted tl undesirable re- followed tl* W)dlnf% w^_. ■ . wb 'WiQM that an are* of abotit |$|| seres bad and something like fftl,- 000 worth good merchantable at«nd- tjmber l a being destroyed. Con- r p$ leavers, year, the dainkge blda fair to become a aerto^a problem. NOt only do they de- atroy Valuable timber, but they are •MMlty changing the character...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

mm i f It ■«> \'j / * / ! MS '* fcrfe& I sSawiisiP *k ff W H# #' <1- — 1 J£ (SKii &Mh#*A ®- ■Ml X I «* ON THE MOVIE SCREER, i I ■ft.-* r At the Washington. Of all tbc aortal problenja that lio- net pfo world Unit of "Sex" Is hv tlrldtubly the greatest. The "mystery" <f Hie sex etpuitfon ha* given i;lse to innfctnerablc pruderies uud pvnri- eucie* but Maimer Arnold of the Washlugton Theatre hns come out flatly wltli 4lie pronouncement that f- ANNA CASE TO SING IN SHERMAN HALL ON FMOAY.HeCTOBER 13 ^Sherinun music lovers, who were dltfuppoiutcd hist spring when All** Anna Case, famous American flbpniio of the MvtrojtolUaJi Grand" Opera Company. wits forced to. break lier fUTOfc; oieilt "to ship tn Sherman llnll will l>e delisted to learn that a defi- nite contract hns been secured by Dr. T. H. <1yet of Austin Collide for Mi mm Cose-to sing here FrWay, Oe- tfrt er 15. Tills nnnonuccinent wu« made by 11V.nAritol' .Xllf' "-"l" " K\- he ha booked "Sex" the new. st .1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

rinrw nfflflmi gxgm iMi m-**i"'F#s ,^1 * ' ■ • • ' ' ' '•' ^ ' .'' .•.{ >. *• "V'. ■:" '4?.*i r - "5;'■ ■«.& : '\i ■■. SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, Y AND F «l*dney reports the fo1 t.., J donation* to Mflft . Hoeniwn Day Nursery ami Free Kin f|fu<ler| rt(p ij F!r tBaptl t\V( i)au'i Aii*ilit*f..|in(K Trtls Ht. Methodic M!«wlonary J tlwtmy, • rv~HhV4• •, *f.M «* : and Mrs. Harve Mra. W. J. Miliar., jLgfr Mr*. Henry Boue ...... T. U. Cole ..,.....« gathering Tueadaj r vfsr*, ■ :ay '-W* wbfu their you> g ^daUKliter, 1 Mm. ♦ • • "• entertained from T to ft'p. Caqh 4oMtkm . : m WM £Mm gre^MgpBwi ty-five and one h« * ■■■■ kad been laMM, and many gneata who responded si*-"1 ji time playhig numerous and enJ«i|M^N|p|fl brought to a clone the fervlee of candy, cake and (m a Club. ' ?*>' ^i>' - 2* A fliffl. Business Woman's (|i|a Travla Utreet Metbodlst church will in the church partora Friday ppj^ v o - • People*' Tiro Co..... , Mar?m lUnklcy ««> «V*#> . • * - ;? • ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

«fe# . , V V /* £ ■ X t I L I Pavement Paragraphs Travis lodge. No. 117. A. F. & A. M.. will hold It* regular meeting tonight •t 8 o'clock. Tlie Fidelia ('law* of the First Bap- tist church will have a picnic at Birge Park Friday evening at 0:30 o'clock. All members are expected to come with their lunch. Madison T. Hall lias keen elected by the School Board as superintendent of the public schools of Vau Alstyne. Mr. Hall baa been superintendent rtf the schools at Troupe for the last three years. t •Tim Shlptou. u well known con- tracting plasterer of Sherman, has se- cured the coutract for the overhaul- ing of the Texas Electric Railway passenger station at Melissa, and has begun work .on the job. H. L. Dolioney of Austin, first as- sistant' State Superimendent of Bdu- cation, is .expected to i e in Sheriuan on next Monday. Mr. Dohoney will deliver an address before the Gray ten ('ounty Summer Normal. In session at the Central High School building, speaking at 11:30 o'clock a. m...

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

• ■ "SPB W>;ft A-Vfcvw; 11 1871).) £9 — W*f ■ssl .A .• nmrnw ; :■■ • /•'jiV-'SlllSt'il'lii^Wfi'' 'Vc«r- «s .« TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 5. 1920 M &>*&• 'v«'i . <4 Or- W Vi«%?••* ■• **&*'*>«H Q at Sherman, Texan, fflftKM. INMJUnllng to the flCt of iiivil r Gray im wnii nil' ifijnf H m m tffar. %'l^nE —ft m«0 m ON RATES, >' ■ Ste \ Wm er or In Tafcas and Oklahoma: One montfc, year ftM. Beyond Texas and Oklahoma 86c*; pi* month*, ft50; One j*q?, ■ t fill ++1 rayson Oonnty: Oneyesr. *1.50. Outside 1.000 q#m:. one font, fl.78. ^ ■■■Mil jajpr ijgli.Wft1 i' Ti i^Slfii j!i"'.ii.ii<,i) "tS 'exaa. Hal 1 an new-ipffi changed please give old address as — .... ^ — -fr. ■ ASSOCIATED PRESS.^Tbe Associated Press |s to the uw for republication of aH news dispatches credited or not othenrfsa ^credited ill this paper and alto the local news pul n. All rlgH^/rf KP« wE/ 1 dispatclies lereln are also r* it lyi urn mil fti ■ i i 'Hi m ':'';"^PW8E mmm w POLICY ■HE or FROM OUR EX...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 August 1920

•1 ' — i ' i m FOR RjENT—Furnished room for rent, close in: with light . housekeeping privileges 326 W, Houston. a4-3tp F1AI RENTfurnished bed rtK m: gentleman preferred, 420 8, Busk St. I *>hone 1003. ' • «3-3tc FOR RENT- Two rooms ht 415 W. Tennessee Ht. See them at owe. Mid- dle age couple' preferred,' a3 4tp FOR RENT—2 furnished housekeep- ing room*; sru . water, lights: $20,00 per month. D. Esteu. phone 704 or 2120. ■ FOR RENT-Three unfurnished rooms-. 402 N. Biukley Ht. Phone 17150, TWO OR THREE unfurnished rooms, nit modern conveniences. 515 H. Mux- ey or phone 1520. «2-0tp ES .■. •r -want" FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, WH) X. Grand avenue. jy31-0tp F< >U MALE—New four room bunga- low, 300 block N. Cleveland Ave. Call Bagman at Lyon Lumber Yard. jy.ll-Ctc FOR RENT—Partly furnished rooms, opposite Central High JfcliQQl.. J01O S. Crockett SL Fhone 1£J0. Jy3012p . . ■ it , ifaftnn '■ FOR RENT—Close in., . south front | ed room. Modern. Phone 1405. • ■ I . jy30 Otp " ..k...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 August 1920

f— ■I HHH ■ MS jjwK Ktt&S 1 f ®TJfW? 1 SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN. TEXAS, FRIDAY V ?' Lm -Jj '!jfv "■. . JtAiiniW.!! .Uimai'iig,' I Ii .HSJMW. ,WH«II WW hi: UKX'T-Threo { unfurnished rnggm/T' ~ 408. Pimp 17.TO. fm Mlttwr. aG-ibp ■■§ '.r'r-t- -■; V. MarMro. hnd ot * niattw** was Jfimcu—T-ct me rtpafr *our home. Uft<t rlng firm at lH-nb««ii ami m I Sflrj^U,** CagSZrTark and '« <*? * JJN pahifing. Reference. Kr<i«i "AhIi'mto *« UnUeted thf Fif,v Bullous <Ashboro. X. v., i, V. Mlnth DWrlat Court grand jury this ; Woodell, 714 N. Porter street, a<WI|> ww* 0,1 « <•' to M ,———— | br. The charge ifivffd out of uu at- X ir.VK CO.~We buy «H, ta<* with u pistol Mgndco la alleged WtlKDU will 1 e*t plli-e*. allO-tf' I'"> an«lMej pt IJenWOH. after Reason' ■ r. forcr had filed a «ult fur '<f|}vorce on WB'' •- - W^NTKiK— Position a* cook. Y Phone befaiilf of Mny lfar*lco. Mitrsieo b«< gft-3tj *| not been arrested, being out of boftd. 1 1 " ?* v u,r,IT " I A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 August 1920

* BBKIfT" ' '■' 1 v ' \ I ® "'■■*■ ■ I, LI# ! OH 1HE nova sotrat i I ■ , I >'ip • ■—■ i114" 1 ■ m* f ■HI — rv^'l'^r At Ihe AN«M. M There In quite a difference In being mi Impreaaarlo in the United States iiml in European countries, according to <>*arc ftravina. In the new Rupert l^ughes comedy "Scratch My Back," n (ioldwyn Eminent Authors' produc- tion which comes to the Alrdouie Theatre, for two days, commencing Friday Signor (irnvinu had hi* own company for more than thirty year* producing opera in every lnrge city iu Europe. A number of yeara ago he waa playing in Madrid and Kiug Alpbonao and the queeu-mother, then regept, at- tended. Queen. IsalieHa sent wont" to Signor Ojrnvlna that .\lphoiiso must leave at 10 :M0 o'clock and expressed a wish that the performance lie over then. It waa something of a pusste hut royalty had to he obeyed even If the opera was unusually long. However, Hlgnor GraVina cut- • It down and promptly at 10 rftO the curtain was lowered with Signor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 August 1920

BKl ~ " H < ' Y," C;':V; ^ . Z*.• * • ^,,V>,.' lV. ■ , . Ifef '>-;V':":V-V..'^ P®©SM ■;,:- ^ )AY, AUGUST 6,1920. &HW * w*R ¥' in a W*Wm ■rami terminated mm # M 2 ■ f Sly. wwemffi ..i&t animate* vol* diversion. Mrs. honor* for high score a*d artcraft box of hMff « dainty jiUuntft* Hm> She giifflW 'Py] **t blfbeat In won-. LouW White ofe®w iHoi f%^ dining table was 1«U1 in lace over a yellow foundation. ijfleeoru <fsa v--k Mm ^Hili . f : lace. Dainty corsages ofgrnr and ferns marked ahd placa ?;«ardst «rf*re in tiny envelope*. affair* loae In final in* by long anticipation, and much nly that eonld not meat, for it proved a genuine new*# tlon to the friend* of her un-nnmed M jW&jlS waa folded in 1 the children wan to be opchiwl. i;:. In «ach waa a pp#' "surprise." the finding of M which brought much fun and hearty langh- Ui.\ <&; piano selection*, com!# jpeftdlngs and Vlciroia music were then enjoyed un- til some of the parent* called up to know if the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 August 1920

HP mm sSwsr^iB I Pavement Paragraphs] 00V. BIX TO BE | V1" * in mi ■■■mill, i ii in ■r 'li ir i r n jn SSB 1 ^0 I mW$. Rire£< V ft V TraWs Lodge, No. 117, A. P. ft A. M., will coufer the Entered Appren- tice degree tonight mt 7:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mr*. Tom McDopald are In Port Worth to attend the funeral of Miss Edith Casey. Miss Casey was a niece of Mm. Julia Biley of th* city. ■ "';>• . ■ '1 'C y: '*■' "'{u* J ' ' tmm ' V,"'; ■ '' /•''ii'*"';-• Two girls were taken in custody shortly after noon Priday by mem- bers of the Sheriffs Department on complaints made by persons with whom they were living who missed several articles of clothing. They were held for investigation. Secretary J. H. l>w'ls of the City Y. M. 1$. A., who has been attending the Y. M. C. A. secretaries' school in Estes Park, Colo* in Expected home Saturday. He will be accompan- ied by Mrs. Lewis, who will Join her husband in Missouri, where she lias bt en visitng relatives. H. A. MfeKInstrey, city building...

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

KsMSNtwaffilH . AH ifl W§ JBgsj SB && £ t'feW att T .... . v<-> I, . « . . • i tt;i SKSS i•■,.«•.«>••••. a,<«•••«> *UQ AND Jit, f iKHWiiVi'/n "', i —> ' ' ") >• 'm 1 '■". " "'>*' . Tela*, Aflg. 14. 1*70. • «• the Ml of Congress, Mar. 8, $ft®. # ml**! |i, mini i* 1 ■." < ' miles: One month, 86c; 81* months, |4.tW; One, year, I i?,rsK sr, k. A J' ' I 'I. I 1.(10. Ontsldagof .m ^MiTfyypyffy served. ;;;;V I ■ I.'I |«I'| <' | * t" " '■ "" in Democrat. Publishers, Sherman. Texas. <£ubserlh- I mWiv 'mmmM Associated Preen Is of all Q#ws <|h>palClNNI.fr**dlt<*<) . „ . B new a publUHM dfspat^has herein are also fflTHK A8S0CIA to the use for rey credited In this republication ;■ ;' Mmm- IPWPf HTHOOli 1AX AMENDMENT VITAL Up TBXAS^HIUM^^^ re also re- mmt "' F" , *T r SKI.FISH <01 RSK OTRN TO US. J There Is fair warning to the report (. I«bl* front ffirch deliverauees the of the Hecrptary of the National Bdn- Repuhnrati runjldate tor ^ Presi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 August 1920

%: ;: ^ : • . -,v';'.' .' s •:■ . ■ M m FOR RENT—ROOMS ' •'OH KKNT-Upstair# apartment, uu- furbished, Mrs. T. T. Maxwell, phone ifyff m «* v ¥ rh f JKnfl V Jlfc-wi t Ia 8805 tSfflB *?. .Cherry. ItfidRfe FOB RENT—Two light housekeepv j inn rooms for rent. Alio bet! room*. 902 EL Pecan St. #i5-fltp ':. ' . .. ..i i, .IK. 'in -'i'l.i-i. i . >i |i lj M.y i'j>i^.' ( FOIt HPlJiT--Furnished room for rent. ■) tdose in; with U<l t housekeeping privileges. 326 W. Houston. n4-.1tp ! I v FOR KENT—-Two upstair# furnished j moms to couple without children. 107 W. Cherry, phone 1,00(1. gJBic S, " , , ll I ■ i 1.1 I- |, |[ . ..i.l.« .. - FOB BERT—Owe Mroon furnish- ed and on© room unfurnished on 5tT 3L lam St„ with gas;, limits and bath ^'i'X: -ji ' ' ' aS5-.1fp j ly; FOR RI'^T—Southeast bedroom. mpd- NTCHLT fnrnlshtti 1' room Hpt god Cold tor^ikfceltfinettev eon^lc without children. IMiobe SIU or ( all at <Ki* S. Montgomery St. iuV8tc 3 rt inept. El> rooms for light house* couple wi...

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

KW B®y ■■""■ ■"""; ' • ■" ■■ ':'■"''' ■ *$t-1 * ■ ■ ■ ■-. '■ V ' •%/ > ■■ • i' ' : • | ,tV^';^r£!!l5SSS5 rvVtfv • . • * V r' - v«VS^«^^yvt ! (M A*viA# SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1920. > sSsttoPI ■A |i': . * '.'. Argentina rjp;-|fl given a ; the uie of «u- hich bums c«u aUMBifiUlMHi 1 tftBguar planning to co-ojieriilc In harness ^rnifuay river to get V>w*r equivalent to .'i.O^O.OQp roun of coal • year. ■■; r> British ei per intend with i m'x- of equal parts of bcmsol and al- cohol an automobile fuel showed it 'o have an etUeieney as compared - with gasoline of 12.5 to 15. LtiM miUBIUjIjin I —L.AJ.B IER CBANCI in's Suit at the Usual Price for a y-'; IMk ( " Pair of Pants. mm ^lp m ii t,?#v $ fa n 2 r: H Me.'. Kool Kloth Suit,, | $5.50 «i«l t7.50, Pain fetch b«t Straw *a<l Half Price, J5-4g-?. :aw • $5.00 Silk Shirt., $4.00 each. Pretty Drew Skirt., $2.00, 12.50 tad $3.00. New line of Men's Caps, $1.9$ each, i] / litfi Ifafc f«fi grade, $1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 August 1920

■V.,;,- . . . ...... . _ • . *• f®| mM W 1 iiv" < ' • kiMilr' ■ • Jf i * !i] iff' MfM I [;E fi|4 .-4 *t" •% t !s(j. ' M 1 . ,i k ? \ maWjjt* - . iW^SBPS^n.... : ■ Cjefefc imi k-wm darel *5351*3, _ ... 'Mm.' m i WSm W< VOLUME XXXX—NO. 11. ii® 1 Ki MHHH }* j ."J p*'1,i ,:■ ^ r5 • PJGTim tl ll k Russian Bolshevik Seem to Have Met With at * Least Temporary Obstruction Before War- Hi saw—-Allies Going to the Rescue. — AMoctatai Dispatch , WASHINGTON. Aug. 7.—The special not^ on the actual politi- cal siutation in Polaild, which the foreign office at Warshaw has dis- patched to the American Government, has not yet Been received, it was stated today at the State pepartment Exchange between Wash- ington. London and Pari? on the Poland crisis, are still continued, of- ficials stated, but they decline to discuss their purport or to say whether the view of the American and French and British governments were in accord. State Department officials still maintain silence as to yesterday's c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 August 1920

ttonn' fctaSSr! PlsS] w$$ . .. ■ • ground. Ab on other aub . JW* "We HI*1 In * *traIgl 4't hi nk inc. "M ■Apliipjt no time for wobbling. 1 in p^fkjpi' led the eaudldate'n lie d. the J(fc«H^dto*tal. The prohibition amendment «nd in* wjre NOT apeelfled in bnt'Oor. <3o* promised ntrtw law enforcement, tkm." he «*ld, "I* thf illation given to V d placed npon the lawmaking body The iefUlatlTe branch of gOTermnent -S V.-v m > Aimer ten h Ity rule. % It wot W ifjr for any candidate foi\ the iweaidency to *dy tba* NdT intend to riolate hlw oath of five. Any one who I* ^tlee to ^ oath la mote unworthy than tftf to* violator himaelf. "Moral* cannot eaally be prodnced •! by atatute," Got. Cox continued h 10 4 Ptea ufaiflMt ab ee of. r of Injunction. . <Jov. rnmw- ft* mm •ttSS®8«£ , . - ... tpproved by Governor. who added: h> * the tm WW raigftt abould take n#l r * *** u nbould take nttWiu ■j, *«1| ■hit# need a definite awl preclw statement of polley an to what boal- mm men attd wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 August 1920

t'. Kg t mm 'stuMk-- *spg ■|H ■lltMl VMgaEfP ■ * ^ * —- the m* lturues, oucef the foreni on thai American stage, la his debut lu motion picture* . a* V«l Romne.v, fthe man who always I what be wanted to," lu,* the uew Hughe* Htorj "8o-atch K ■ , ■1 1 1 1 -!' I LEAGUE. 0« ). Sun Antonio | * •ut 10. Dallas 5. —■ j-$ pk- lWijk," a (ioldwya production which come# to the Air- dome Theatre today. life contract with the CSohlwyu company added A new' loading man to the list of motion pic- ture player*. Mrs. Barnes during the hint few years starred .{ji several hlg New York fcuceestte* such as "Katln* ka," "See My Lawyer,** •'The ft sslii« Show of 1014.'* 'The Ued fahary," and "See You Later.- On the vaude- ville stage he has long been a noted figure. i—•- ■ -* At the \Vasblngtoij. Edgar Lewis ii an apostle of the out- door picture! He lxfliev.es that the vast army, of stay-at-homes— the apart- ment .house dwellers, the office slaves, the home-builders -arc supprewiinjK u desire to e«>f o...

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 — 7 August 1920

§Jil^ ■ wmi ijp/i #;« :v$fcfo '1^ -r, '3OTURDAY! 1 h mm i, :■ mm ' ■\ mi '.wX^WW w > 'V'-'i $Sii . O '4 #UI the portion he-o«rJ «n to hi* pupil* hot fehbo. pr rulun form* bttUadx |uHH the beftjrf£r <j**atat, and eatli SEE attending their I « ff Mr. uul Up. W. H. L! ttlaed Thursday ev ■ t, home, boaorluf mem! Tens Oevalry the reunion In Mr. and UM&h***' <**"«* home to^F* veteran* each year radduuc* lM WMUepboro, tallty ou |p|wi*<l*y.-**, ■ as charming a# tn the yearn Informal hour* were ''W*#- with muale and lugii>K by a colored orchestra Wfrkrh proved r«#« pleasing to the cvtete. J '&&/$. m At each annual session, Mrs Bus- , tor presents the oldest member of the § were Mlsa^s - Pausy Inman, W Richardson, Helen Johnson, Opal Mor- the 11th rlMOO t* l«y Knocbs, Inez Hbumpert, #!$Il seleo- as apleudidly rendered, showing t and careful training. Pupils appearing ou the TOTS ijmm rSHAKEUP | ,nd eacb?selec ; •udered, showing . <$:^vV''; " *'•'■■$ ^ training, M...

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