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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 August 1920

5l« m- 1 WTh.' v wa^-^JffiWKVJIWv - ' v"i ?i r;'r *., ■ "'?:■ l^vV • 1* Hkw •■' :>' ' \''SP ' mmm MMm 1 -jjjfc''l^'Al it. •y,' ■*/?>■'Ar v Pavefoent Pi 'f*£- .5# Wv BUILDINGS IN NEED OF HBPAIB AND MORS HOUSING ROOM V -fiSIwPpKEDEDj' : |i'; Austin, Aug. IS—A report to ths Governor by State Health Officer Qod- dard of the inspection by the State Health Department qf ihe fuur asy- lums of the State for the insane, and that conditions were very much over- crowded at tbeae institutions. Dr. Goddard declared that at each of the asylums at Austin, San An- tonio and Terrell there were approxt- matey two bundrd beds more than tar capacity of these institutions and the asylum at Husk waa last filling be- yond its capacity. "Under the very able and efficient management of all these hospitals, sanitary conditions were as nearly perfect as they can be made, taking into consideration the overcrowded conditions and certain needed building Improvements and equipment,n the re- port says. Roofs...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 August 1920

.-** Vlr> "V*:* *• ■*r~- t > ! ' ♦ ♦ * SHERMAN DAILY 'i . wis « yU ml ...110 AND Aoifc. 14, TSSg M miH of Congress, Mar. 8, 1870. ' m i MWittftar AS One month, 85c; 81x months, §4-00; C)ue ^yt4y, By DAVID ANDERSON n l.fKKl ;,y , V- SYNOPSIS. T. SHERMAN. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 13; 1920 jgjttMMMBMMaMBBWfawagg Mi"1 l nil 9B warn Angers reo ♦*wiywste<, Mt yfrWWy ^ ^ jES® '"y upon liT>r hand. lBSf*z to it or not otherwise t«peln.;" Aft jeer, |HL-< , . <•* 11.75. ah. sSnbsci ei) titled to the u e for nsWbHcattan *t alLaew* di«i ^l^ credited rights of republication <)t sp«*nl .dispa^lw* henHUMtfii^hw *e- r^'V-rr - ■• ,iT". ytwers ifcAVt WKIOtt or BIO questions. to w, Bailey has ■the £$■: Neffs ^challenge brought nn Immediate answer, former SttUltflT d«Mor* to wl®W Joint deltate with his opponent. firing an his reason that per*onalltl« s would r*r lntoi«*ii*h dlaeOssion audi end In or well hosed that attitude the % m *ywr*t\*m rtfton ndhlates for Governor. Joint s In Iha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 August 1920

*r ,i"r L'aL T> ■ FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR liENT— Southeast upstairs ImhI- 100m l« private home. Modern conve- niences. Phone 1020. &12-3tp i>> i i , in ^ FOR ttEN'M'wb Ifarnlahed light housekeeping rooms. AH inoderu con- venelueea,, ^children. Call Mr*. J. H. McElroy. T>m. , al^ttp FOR RUXfyThitt unfurnished rooms for llglit housekeeping, raferepwa rc quired. 2ZL )\. Lamar.- ' FOR RBNT—Nice c<* l lied-robm. gentleiuuu preferred. Ml) E. Pecau. anatp FOR REX'IV-Tlrra; furnished rooms and board. Appl? 025 K. Montgomery st. *a^; FOR RENT—Two light housekeeping rooms, 302 East Pecan. nll-fltp FOR REXT—-Entire upstairs; strictly private ami modern.' Phone 1038, alHJtp __ . Jfhe Democrat will hereafter collect Umm advert U< ai bmLi by «£fera mounted mesamer to the home of the advertiser. He will leave the ia? s&ss vohTdS* ,U ^ b,Ve * l*fi® "umber of rails to make and, there- ' Um Isadvertising are printed in HM* column. From It Jon will lifl alilr t<i iHdiubtf the* ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 August 1920

«=—' ■j jWMi w " ' fTOVp -7"*T T pamp'jips t "•■■•'" •.■ r ISM $?Eai. '••'■' /r'. ^fpffiK^&Rbsra •gsjptfS^ SB? • ■ ■% SSl & r, AUGUST 13, 1920. «&#?< B E Id Your Fit of Kool Kloth or Piln Beach Suits p : v> #Hf v-/,-^ • §M% a Suit for FiU, we can show yon a large at moderate I$S1 >ot too late to boy a MAN'S STRAW HAT at Half ' $1.00 to $u$p|| Men's White Dock Shoes, special price $2.00 a pair. *-*W\W^m^spF^sk i5Wfts i ffiPW-'H-- Wilpp « ■ "•&■>■■ Ladies' White Oxfords and Pomps,, new t lot, only *•>* Men's Dress Pants, new fine from $5.00 np. Bine Serge Pants, $6.00 to $8.00 a pair. Men's Work Pants, good ones, $1.50 to $2.00. gp > fflBBfi $0.00 to $10.00 Ladies' SUppers, $7.85 a pair. ■H CHICAGO MOTORCYCLE ,=- | COT TAXES 5 HOLD-UP ■ l|; iikd-kiinmsn a ykarh. hkh | MEN SINGLE-HANDED f an ottwwt an a I ■ ■ ■" : ■wkcljkhh. m i ihocuh* prmt xntlmmkl ..jxsj Chicago. auk 18—-Motorcycle po- fcj 1 llceman lifow Johnson was cited for bravery today by polic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

Itpfipr ■i vWmiX k:a Officials of Several Banks In Jail and Another Financial Concern is Involved in the Game of v ^'iSteFTSlrhe Italian. Associated Pirns DispaUh ■NEW VOHK JHOl -- MEN WILL WORK IF • BRBAKKRfl ARK FI jVEHTON IIKK- BOSTON. Aug. 14—The financial ship that ha* >eeu piloted by Charles. I'tnul wan high and dry on the rutin tialay, and the Federal urtll State offlc* ' i« Is uuide deteriWned effurtu to help the people who hud invested ullUonl u" dollars in the uO per eeut to three mouths'' proposition. , Tills mt ruing Ponxl ate his breakfast in the Middlesex County jail, |jist Cambridge, a prisoner of tbe l ulled States Hoveruincut, in default $20,000 bond. , , Three officer# of the Old Colony Foreign Exchange Company, a rival com mission honae of l'ontl« Security Exchange Company, atao had their ..rnst^M -I :• ■ <*** wrw J«u. rtww. •>< m ■■■■ .■" ">*i.|Wwi5 i.. n - ■'"irr1 $30,000 bond each. . i^.. courts of the three urliiclimls. .1 Sau Zorn. said to be a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

m $§!• ■ ..,4.y %u* f.p '•wA'ifi :♦ ♦« «« : <♦*%0 - o **p#f •*««*•**; jc2o!c9?a^9v'<t'V XW V$V.'> ^<U;i ,3 tst€?rt an***, ,'*n*« ifaWT-; :ii' 1 '"^rtrar ffl>Ami WW* **' >• *> '** «* ;VM wV" >i"«" j« * * ** it mm t&stL* , TEXAS. /'SAURDAY. AUGUST 14. 1920. "+■* Wf W@ iriii or the Wilxou udiiitfilfttri miih it loyal t>emoer«t hi that i 1 ported the' pinuk'4 v ?^piMpn|H>' when d<«>ted li\ th- National renveu ' i. and whm rein If I" «upjiort () * prf*hh-uthil nominee* of Hie National platform thiex not mention piuhlhltlon.jiH H lt> not iiu l#*Ue. r'WSA first time wv "«9tl §Wmm> wheit tour men * type one man ter#* w«*i| towj WHfPfl fur «:••*!*/•;A «4t with we wonder why the weAfetty of we not reoHon tbtt «trt Wh<4| wo *hit many Ilne f>f bmdue w unheard of f«w**ue year* nieolf The railway*, <thi< mill*. the faetorie*. h*te Iiwii 1 U|- diuK fyr MM. As"hi- Weui to'have IMnmmI the #«&• of t|i« solns into Ntor bTprii^hn <* shop ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

mm mm m Pavement Paragraphs H$4Wf 1 ■ "* MwS 'V # lira. Prank Walker la quite ill at • her borne, 80S East Brocket! street. Buford Breedlove, who haa been con- fined to hia bed for the past six weeks, ia now able to be up. v !)|* The Knights Templar will confer the Red Cross and Malta orders Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. The Kastern Star will have initia- tion next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Refreshments will is* served. m ■>[ ;' ".,v^ The reading room at Sherman Pub- lic Library will be open to the public from 2 to 8 p. m. on Sunday. Dr. Cephas Shelburne, president of Carr-Burdette. College, will preach at Central Christian church at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. , James D. Buster went to Pecan Cap and Roxtou, Lamar County. Saturday In the interest of Joseph W. Bailey, candidate for Governor. Rev. Cephas Shelburne, president of Carr-Burdette College, will preach at the Central Christian Church Sun- day morning. There will be no night service. North Park Baptist church will hold re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

Vf.. ■ y }V .. , « • . V, SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN,' , TEXAS, SAURDAY. AUGUST 14. 1920. ■ i'.s'.'' ' 'fe-'j VANDERBILTS SUED PHM *. . ♦ . V •• ..110 ANV 111. :;v II mall .3, 1870. Om* month, and Oklahoma One year ' Beyond Texan Six months, *4.50 j miles: i.5o: r, fl.78. within , Sherman, Texas. Subwrib- r. ad « well .. .... Br DAV1B ANDERSOtf <0 prri«lti by tht 8obb -M rrUl Cowpmj) GYN0P3I3. fB UhmM CUAPTKH I.^N«fK Hnvth* *TK wn his fatti#r, and tiv 1 rjic wtth his mother on a houMhoat on ' ttka Wkb* h rlv«r, "The ss&sjsl &,rf 31* J I., .i4i<Dd*ted .^fewli r * pnblh;atlnn at (ill new* <M*pu tehee cfeffibrt' ofti*" iramu ho huu- lt or not otherwise credited lir this imper and also the Toeiil tiewa published iMrna from her a part of the story of . All right* of republication of special dlsjuttrbcs herein are alao rjj ewWWSS I t\ ft«3T.Vfo 'jaferfpSrag* '**►M> Si HOSPITAL 18 OP MA- fcmii msmsnt. of ' in $58$ Sherman ;' 'ftaa' Ah 'fftstltutfon fl] which she ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

3®; mm asMM — Tm, imfimmm KM® R *ms f In *#r and Wlvea/V/rom the famoUN . kikluir Ifor Hb Wife," by Mrimn "HABE" HIJTH 8TAXD6 0| T BY Chltu^o, Ausr. 14—T>• Cobb. the De- troit star. (rai-ktd out t*rmre lilt* In hi* la* sJx Bnoiox. ami boosted hf* overture nomoi^ the lca$Utf batters of the American fxuRruetrt .,4*1, an coal- pit red with .'V£i n week n*o. Th Coorahin neomw tm hav# fttonuk m* ofcl time at ride and give* promise of fin-' islilng clow to th£j$M&r«. _ Trls Speaker, tmrnaser <*t continue* to t«.p the reROfara wlto \mvc in* iticipa ted in fifty or autre m ill* mark of .411 which" hr « last week reiiialulyjf. imdntuued cfc- wplft' the fuel he ployed lit five more Kumex. 11 *" v "Italic" Rath, of New York, the home run Ittnjc. leudn hi rutin scored with VM. and in .out hi front tit tntnf bases with He Ktnnd fourth in hatting with an average of .807/ being topped hy Jtu kwni of i'liti-ago, who- has Jtf.2. nnd Sialer of -Ht. who In runner-up to Speaker with .404. Rut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 14 August 1920

. •. . ' ' ' ■ ' ' • ■ ■ ' c SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN. TEXAS. SAlW>AY|iWGUST 14. 1920. w imp ami J. 1>. UailUi. Mr. Mlwi Hubert* were ebuper- weut out on trucks, had •upper and returned by mm n mi cy to week, bav- IMMPI, . t, her <mm art^r of «i-oiumbus, shorten and several substitute the out-of-town girls parj the sax**, Wa- iving high acore award. Mbe Carter was also remembered wltb A milnd eourae was enjoyed at the •lone of the afternoon $Mp:/ Perklns-Oox. The TUftpi Herald of August IS car- V 'Jtoy Perkins and Mlwi Itutb Co*, twff of Tioga'* popular young people Rausa, who has re- York. Rauss was In „T fatfcooM^rdaira | He *urr *yed * placer Saturday and were married In of Red Hirer what1, -X - I p*ded that way,-audihrlde Im the beautiful young before n hint eS Fed- ,ja„g)Uor „r Charley Co* miuI wife, had been breatli^<l. grtwmJh the «o*of rti Perkins received from the ail(1 )iu9 recently returned from the aMi of the Y. >1. <3. A. with ViaH New Play Hous...

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

• 81 £JM .JMttSMrMltei .■■■■."•;' 5|f jr O " | "IS ' V i • «*• N s'^'l *MI|M ilflM '«PS KH wr^: f '>; ' privileged 320 Wl .wtr s$ saji^itoi FOR ' RENT—rufturulalied rirtmeut to "a man uuflt his Travis. Phone 705. /•'iiiftriiw M Im&M: |^^^pPSpnP~Wft^§ $M "Ap.two '■ 'Twin - beds.' 2 blocks .square. -'ID East Lamar. al.'Mltp ■■ ■ ■ i '" ■ i ■■ i n. .' 'fn! FOR BJ3NT-—Oim! furnished be :■.*" %n_.,r^Tlff to tajfeiiwii' wwifc. J#? m. • i : W FOR RENT—Souttteust, upstairs Ix'd- room iu private home. Modern conve- nience®. Pliow? lWO. Q — «12-3tp 7 mM „ I HiiiiMiiigi"; §&£ m ^ . '1 ■ FOR RENT—T^o ^$rfrnltdied Uglit housekeeping rprnhv A.U modern oon venoiuce#. No children.. Call M>a. J. R. McElroy, allMttp . fm iijtm'i i In*' foil RENT Tho light housekeeping FOR RENT—Ehttre upstairs: strictly private and modern. Plume 1B3& ''''''* aWltip FOR RENTS—My 4. room apartment at mj 8. Travis. Mrs. G. F. Boon*. >U;\> A,;' / • ,, a9-0tp .,<«■ '' 1 i ' FOR RENTV-Two offices ...

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

E®| j*tMwSm MSI p®.; burn their tin * nwMHjn «WiKfC^ w$m" SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. 11 A Slice in the box for YoO-M MANHATTAN CAFE r&i& a®? f# i.?*.. • -r -Jr mm ■ jr£! "Jeu d wiiHt" in Htfttd t "Joke," v "Iiidlgeut" instead of "broke." "Ridicule" In utwid of "guy," "Fabricate" liwtead of "Curreucf* Luatead of "cuali,"- -Pot poiirrr Inutead of "baab," "Damoxel" Instead ot "K«^blute,, tiwfead of "fame," I "Nutriment" instead i>f ■V W A1 • .1*. 7-.$Vr7v'T„' .*: liiaWv.'V^Pi' . ,". 'i JjMnSwJr i m Nat Too Abrupt Ij. "IMd your brutber-lu-law leave nltb out warning?" 'Not i>m*iwf y," repllml the gaunt SJlMHuurtan. "He :^|p|^«rMl wix bit* from u e the day before be left ami then whipped me for wnntlni; to know when 1 wan likely to get 'em buck, If ever."—Judge 14, 1920 ....ni r ■/imp/fikikt'. M':: * ■':.yT ■ llliW SSfii * t j — wmkmmm wmmii J.®. Shaw & Sons P fll 6 JSP P&. WM !■. v Details of YEAR THAN LAST "liiaavrnv** luatead of " a|n««l.,, - "Uemle/.v« us" instead o...

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

mam If VOLUME XXXX—NO. 18. SOLD ARE GIVEN BE SOU) TO PRIVATE IN CHAIRMAN BKN- N lNNOCNCM#& TERKSTS, SON Sttra,>r I'MU |OH POLES HAVE ARMORED FLOTILLA READY _ TO PUT UP. AGAINST RUSSIAN CAVALRY AND HOT FIGHT- > ING IS IMMINENT. Associated Pit*a Dispatch Loudon, Aug. 10.—The Russians are pushing tbelr within a dozen miles of (he capital on the « • T * Sunday's official statement from Moscow, received today, fight, for Warsaw northeast, It is indicated from .u it k, in six, twelve. 18 and 24 moutlm there- They report the capture of Radzymiu, in this sector, and the continuation nftt r an(j the remaining 70 per cent in equal, semi-annual installments over a Associated Pmm DUpatch ..4 '« .... . vi'Mtv1 ■'* 'V' M Washington. Aug. 10—Terms on which the Shipping Board fleet, of more than 1.20l steel vessels, approxi- mately 5,000,000 deadweight tons, la to lie sold to private Interest* tinder the new merchant fltariite act, wete an- nounced today by Chairman Benson. Beds for the v...

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

iV'i ■ M1 - ;• — of lie hope htow ur* M't-urli «<r«nii- S15 I bis Miiall fortune «n Mi Biort* ttmu thy *. two on m tjrenty-two yemw « ducted for " and, 01 rlrfn«Ur * more tJuiu JvM? if'.- I)ill) the ght It 1,000,0<¥ . BP innrrieil and t|isH r of i. He w b extremely * d- ,lntfrvlewe4 to • importer. known when the money wan turned • ,1pver to him. fUQMpif v , In conversation with Mitocker and mily, who h d taken their chair* " " lk before the nl ofc where Becker delated mom of t Mid that Home of the ve W - be supplied by born In Bwwian Poland, an early age and went to be worked In the dla- and a manned a large for- The oncle married and had a of, children, but hi* wife ftM] ■children d|* d while he waw atill Alive. On^fcla death bed he bequeath- ing bh brother tiS* to be llyl nr*°- he still BOSd*^ to ahare la r**r m Bwi me alliens Jecker * M-fon they could be foi ■ I the legacy. Becker's father, the only V remaining <ipatee, lia# M •Poland to the vicinity of gUeela, whet* be ...

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

EB|B ? I Ji ' . ' i;-' ' ' .: HM«,; * &. ■"" ' i|d|jS # |!jfe -i f! m ■ . ' ■ irhtfafcim*>i 11 .1- MAV^I; ). jj I ' "■'-' %: n "r . .ul /;l(A4Ml JAifAM*A13iii' ■ }}' Jd AMONG ANIMA T* ®r • '■*$?' jf• 7;;"' ^223* ' -•tf:St '" * •'"'" ' ' *i Tilt* , high ('(tHl of m "itltnalH. oc- rasioiuHl\ by the world war, bus had a scrfoiiH cfftH-t ou tlio oMleetloiw In tb«' xoolofcicnl iMirks of most Aiui'rlcan eltlw, but n mwt <*ltisuw of wild life in thv'ar<%t 'i(it «uhh pr«i*>rire In $m United stjilw. Ycllowstonp National ]WTk, proves, that tin* elk, bear, deer and iK'ttVer faiulllen art* in no sciif^ fearful of the future, according to a bulletin issued from the Washington headquarter*: of the Nationat Ghsaft graiihi<- WK'Irty. . "A splendid iijeiYase in tlie numlafr bf young wild animnlK in thin prewrvu haw observed thJ« year by Nutloji- at I'ark Service pfficiuls, who early in the HprinK feared. that tin* abnormally severe wint,er would cut <kro*n st'riouH- ly the new-...

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

H i ■gKl ' mfm WOULD AND RKUO- mm i, Auk- 1^--(Special) - Rvl- a foreign conspiracy to in Ject racial and religious issues into IHH !§$■ . ; 1852$ I'::' % _a been uncovered In the United tttatc* through the activity of everal % officers of the American Mw1''/.; Two religions sects, Catholics and ■Mllpa, are the principal object OF at- tack, 6eihg jointly accused of a plot to overthrow the existing social order and seise control of the world. Russell IS. Crerlstou. Direct#?' of Organisation of the American Legion, has ordered all the document* trans ihI for investigate jo the Antl- matlon League, a national ftgauf i for combating racial antymH prejudices, & which naluUMns headquarters here.' For several weeks au Inquiry ha* been ttt^pr« *rei §v; and Addtf Kraua, President of the Antl-Defamatlon lea- gue, announced today the league's de* vision to gtre Um- matt«r jpbticlty. "Despite the fanUstic nature and jMulfeot absurdity of the fcf W^b ' propngnmllsts hare succeed ed in gainin...

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

Pavement Paragrap) >f'V !. ■■ WHi I JCnljftts Veuplur will - (Mil the Red Cross and Malta orders to- night at 7 ;Q0 o'clock. The Eastern Star will have Initia- tion Tuesday night at 8 o'clock- lie- wlU be servod. nri if Rw,M) " #wh Mrs. Harry Patton. 420 Went Cbe*ry street, la to 8t. Vincent's sanitarium, recovering from an operation lor ap- pendicitis. I n Ti n vis Lodge, No. 117. A. F. & A. M„ will confer the Masters' degree Tuesday afternoon at *4 o'clock upou two candidate*. All members are re- quested to be present. FIRST PIJVCU8 IN 4 (JOBS TO THE fs&mm h [\ I'NITKD STATUS. Associated PrtM Dl*patcl l Antwero. Aug, 16—Frank Loomls the Chicago A. A. won the final tn the 400 metre hurdles of the Olympic games contented hoTe today. The first three placet) all went to American of Taylor, and are i eries at «5 Aetata of ' stated tlnue from the mi lira. Waiter Mlddleton. of Weat of Sherman, is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Barrett, on East Lamar street. Mrs. G...

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

Shw P M vffiri " " ' ik ■ *s-^ •v.-k'v.n.fcA' Iffij .| ; • •• -. . € : v""'J •-«*, m :<v \ irjr.s mmm sgpn| the rifttWMill Just then and thasr*. had own hand r a second ahead, each other. crou« • Thero came a titi ;> m m • . *j> ••••••••••• •••' 7 '-'«SS3SPfjlv - «0WJR W^ps. , ; ' Tal SB Iron-Gray-' ; fro® her chair. tho mnn he fac toward the more so than Pearllinnter lUOTfc '' (• p the (Ush of stood, eyeing and tense. icream from the She had r*pi|(i' The Pearlhonter he aaw the eyes of !ng Irresistibly th the first r glance n etartllnf change came over him; hla «yos strained; «are<1; hie hand left his^ltlp and went to his face. KKK fevMBBlft Mem W;M One * i &ei I Changed please crib-1 *Te ■"' r"*- r"" "w THE ASSOCIATED NH^-TM to the Use for reparation of all ncwa WM ANDERSON ■ •' •M«HUT< •YN6F3l8i #f:jf SR L—Meyer having known hla >4 living with hla mother on a ■t on tfcwkbmMh it"—the only name ha haa- laarna from h«r a part of the story of hef a&il Uf«. Th...

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

A FOR RRNT ftoom* wUh with close In. Phone 2101. al Clean, clone to | Cherry St. Phone flfktj i; ■ >*■*<* TOR RENT—Light rooms. Phoue 211)6. 200 ry. 1 • housekeeping S. Montgom- al4-3tp (FUR RENT—Three furnished 1811 Wwt Tennes*f* St. Phone IS#. ^ ! al3-3tp •"WW FOR RENT—Furnished roam for rent, dose in. with light housekeeping privileges. 320 W. Houston. al3-3tp FOR RENT—Unfurnlshed upstair* . apartment to « man and his wife. 007 Travis. Phoue 705. a!3-4tp FOR RENT—One furnished bedroom to two young men; clO*fc "in. Phone 813. A al3-8tp FURNISHED room for one or two gentlemen. Twin beds. 2 block* of aqua re. 210 East Lamar. , al3-Stp FOR RENT—Two light housekeeping ■mftms. 302 East Pwan. all-6tp FOR RENT—Two offices la Murphy tending. See gall A Hare, mjmfc WANT TO RENT WANTED—To lease a building the first of the year. Must be suitable, for first class grocery trade. Address Rox 587 Khermnn, Texas. < al2-0tp REAL ESTATE—CITY 8EK THESE BAHOAINK—Ni'W tour- room bungalow and ...

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 — 16 August 1920

W?fv en route ■ from Holl- oa the "tar umf includ m-iSM OS SffiS^w T m >jm ME ., ■:;-*:mo Wt CM show JHt Fill Mb *t moderate fricM. ' h' Ml tM late I* buy a MAN'S STRAW HAT at Half $1.00 I* $1.75. Me.', Wlrite Dick Show, special price $2.0« a fk.' Ladies' WUte Oxfords aad PamjH,, w H 4 W a pair. Maa't Dmt Paab, acw Km haa $5.00 ap. Mm Serga Paab, $6.00 I* $8.00 a par. 5 Mart Wort. Paab. (ood ones, $1.50 to $2.00. , All $0.00 to $10.00 Ladies' Slippers, $7.85 a pair. I Redaced price* on al CUd't, Ladies aad Ilea's . : rim. §1 ; . Oat-quarter Off of all former prices of Ladies' Silk 7ifle Dresses aad Giafham Dresses. Great Cab oa al Voile, Silk aad Georgette Weists and Tricelette aad Georgette Bloatet. Oae lot Children1! Gingham Dresses al oa|]r $1.75. NEW MIUJNERT—Prdty halt, $5.00 to $10.06. lOirM ♦ }■. m r • <. e^'i ■ W. B. BBENTS, President Alias, Hiure, Vice Strident JkT' F. Z. Kdward*, Cashier Bs B. Wllbanks^Active Vice President O. F. Douglass, Asa't Cashier V*' m 'mi RsE...

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