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

' ' r' i .1' s 20 ' V. V i$p3BiiroBW®HMp M TiTtt ,l,\ . li'uJmH •n. I* J in c SHARP, TAKEN FROM RED RIVER YOUNG LADY DROWNED AT TUCK'S KERRY LAST WEEK WHILE WITH PICNIC PARTY. 1 > m u-.. * Denison, Tex., Sept. 1.—The re- main* of Mlsw Ullit Sharp, age 20 years, that were recovered from Red River eaRt of Denlaea yeaterda/Were brought to this city ' last uight and taken to the Shield's Undertaking parlors, where they* were prepared for interment. Glen Roe and Frltx Hays who recovered the body accompanied Pete Oliver of the Shield's Company to Denison with the body. The two Denison men who found the body started from east of Der.l- eon early Tuesday morning working their way down the river. They worked drift piles in the river and as the waters were receding rapidly they were asulsted materially'from this cause. East of Ambrose they came on a heavy drift and after * short search saw the body among the heavy drift and about seven feet above the water. It required several hours to cut...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 September 1920

■fVMMw All SWi S^Jl M Y< jy , PUBLISHERS, ursdays. 110 AND 111. Tale of Dm FlatOoods Oklahoma: On* month, Texas at)4 Oklahoma month*, $4.00; One year, IImH By DAVID ANDERSON County: One year/ m.W). One year, fl.75. in< AAraui. Outside !n- -■ SPll , jworld tt ' '•li- lt, PuMlsliors, Sherman. Texan. Siih« rih- old add rem* a« well «s new one. PRK88.- The Associated Preaa la l mo; iti Tliero cam« (i iiofliteff d*afi of hoofa, nn«l a mao r<*le straight at the mob. If inkps a hardy peraon to vrfljiftiu 4 , The m.wd m<hfd th« dangJlo* man. and with one abu h of f huge lackknlfe, cut the row The stroke cam* barely In time. Tlie Pearl hunter, only sated from crumpling down to the era as by tbo arm ot the bora«raan, drooped limp and gasping against the aldfeof tho horse. Slowly the world quit reding; the light came back; be raised his eyes ^a^ght the glitter of a sheriff's star upon the vest of his rescuer. It Is marvelous how one brave man, with the law behind him, cah awe a mob...

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

■LJ&S | :)!■ wjh; ■ / JBMMft-''. LV \ * jbhS'v-Mk>:'a'. ■ rm mfim&x IP W mninnpffi fwlp ^.^ft ■■$&. s * mw^m^ mrap^aa | S^HsSSHl 1 ' ' . . <*■'' \ >}a, riV'-' _ vv> \ V m % > «i-«eir.aME3''.y% ■ ■ ■ ■ v vA.-.v>"jyw .-tvvit w^v >nft-' i '.-.1. - ■' * " ' • ' JO ' ' *' > . -v . I ■'■:-:Vr ,r Washington, Sept ! flrmaUon ban been RENT—ROOMS -1 |0NT—Two frout bed rooms to In private home. Phono • •-f'-'J a31-8tp KNT—'Three nfce tarnished bone 1240. J. L. Burleson. a81-0tc U A '" ■'""•''■l ' " f" •' ' 'T"- "" ' h-"" lENT—3 unfurnished rooms J-lvate bath. Phone 000. Ml*. T. jiuona. ; "• a30-3tp tlCNT—0 rooms and Sleeping [olose in; conveniences. Phone Wmmm IENT—My four-room apartment fished. also garage, 801 Ho. Jiuery St. Phone -W4. aS-MOtp r0R RENT—HOUSES. garage at 10A3 ! Crockett St. Phu e 1520. a31-3tc [RENT—Five room house, close Walnut St. Would Bell. R. b. Brs' a30-6tp KENT—Two offices in Murphy ug. 800 Hall 4 Hare. * mSB-tfc WANT T0 RENT HOD AT ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 September 1920

' ' ' >*rf 1 1 ■■ ™ ■ ■ ■ ~ ~ ~ —■■PWP^ff^wqMWHH'W— ' '■ lib • '.: < «••• , -•:•«. .VI . ■ < !"• if" %.;•• III. I' I — M ■ •v- > '• f'Wi r •-• ' .7 • * l • • TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1920. $5*1 •••> wK&S* ra3 of the wafk with l>ta« and then' fruiu ,£Ktt -V".| fc wn1? JHH <-J SSspkh Constantinople, of the Levant rt strand* p|/WltH street. riding trains, just u nervous 'eat finger their vetch shops abound every, lo the tarfcer cities and ghoera) and market stalls sell them In e«*ll«e>tfK*i..,nPeddlere hawk 2 in the streeta everywhehfe,^ . ins corporation, would sub- to that dictum. leader of the vast undertaking at Hog Island lias a hobby that ia sin- gularly pIcturesqu^g^K'! He Is a warm admirer of the ele- phant He holde that for the com- bination of strength, sagacity, dignity and fidelity, It la the model beaat. In Is pocket he carries tiny Ivory and y Images of the mighty pachy- At his ipftHiMRt thiTfl are lit- tle elepbaate to be seen everywhere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 September 1920

S#Wi> :iw k waraBfc^v-9' 3M I • "*> u I <ws N> H Pi VOLUME XX XX .—NO. 33. . COX'S MANAGER IS M • n PROVE SLUSH FUND ememm—mmmmrns^mmsmms^emmmmeammmmm^^^mm^^ Democratic Candidate Leaves Tonight for Speech Making Tour of 22 States —Main Speech Next Week Will Be On Labor Day An' . istf<l Preu Dispatch] J i'olmubua, Ohio, Sept. 2—With E. H. Moore, Governor Cox'8 pre-conven tiou utatiagcv, iu Chicago ready to furnish tho S nate Commit tee investigating eamitaigii expcndttures, with alleged documental data Intending to back up the Democratic presidential Candidate's charge of $1B,000,000 campaign fund being raised by tl e Republicans, the Governor himself was working at top speed today to clear up the business before starting on his "awing around the West" this evening. <► \ft* % J. " , II {[.- Governor Cox's departure tonight on bin western trip will, take ldm iuto twenty-two States before he returns to lhiyton. October 4. His itinerary calls for «ixty;*i>veu addres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 September 1920

"5 / i • ^ .■• W%<A l mw s&SSS'MW H *ip vik - . '. 1 ... } . Hi ,w, W iBI &#®S53i <mt pfel SHERMAN PAILT DEMOCRAT, 8HERMAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. l t>. "•"*• «■• ,"MI 11 ■■ 1 1 •" '■■ ""' i ■■■• •—* M^aHss fflgj • V wm mm s$i ' l!pf ' Si - .V y iif WWBSSf^. - *0 , . • , ' ■M WWMW1*' r l I I w>y* 'V HI ilu Wi fC l!J \m _ (p# County be careful In the selection of this tan^Vir. C chief inspector ami wei of tbe Shenuan Exchange, ati ten. Soft Bed WInver Wheat ru- are adapted for growing In section of the State. Html Metl wheat varieties ' soon become and befcrtre long tbe Soft Bed Wheat predominates—bccauHe latter la more productive and persistent. It is unwfee to af- statloni recommend a rletjr that baa proven Itself after sev ll years of careful tentlbg, tfr+nt' personal observationv ma dp In dmy* and adjoining Counties during of this year, I have"cripidt><feil that Fulcaster and * Mediterranean, both of whlcb arc Soft Bed Winter wheats are tl*e "best...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 September 1920

vWm* 9 w m$m Mm, ■- • • ~ C*fJMW At the WuMngtra. i felP? i*v • -. • afflsgu $& 1^1 FANS! Plain* (damage .-... . wmmmm, fria# •• C. C. Mulllkeu, who will hare charge'the heavy rain, of .athletic activities in Central High • The tueetioff I '* *ebo«J this year. InehMUag the coa^I hI wfrjr night. Ins «f the football team, arrived In eondwtlng the Ahtriufti* Wfc*** from Franklin- India mi. and immediately made plans for the prclltnlrtttry training of the wpiad. Meutbera of the football. aqtiad $• pect to report a limit Kepteml*r 10 for a training camp, to he held at Mown favorable location not yet decided on- The eaiup will continue until the opwp-. In* of the city school* Later In the month B. M. Carter principal of Central High Hch^oj. and Physical Director P. H. Ramsey of the City T. Ii. €. A. win cooperate in mak- inr lh«* pre-seaaon camp a succea*. v7 In i V JWMjl^ Minnie lie)I spent the .... vttb relative* hi knna. Teiaa. . ■ fal H|Mr. and jWtrn. W. A. Manly returned; home la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 September 1920

. fe-. - ,ki ^j.-r ■*,i,,< •WJ m W&m Sip w m <iw£w-' > ■■; jhMJ. S@ '* ii'"• ■v.- V' ■.: - . 'V • : ,4> ;■■:'■ .' ;.' ^ ^ SHEKHXN PHLT DEMOCIKT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 5EPTEIIIK^2,^1 M. ^ ',' - i.t'if"*' ?Jj> jji • gm m- \ YOR OF, «u I . MTEDTOD mam SiBB i®r? 1 i oree during the nerirj<t? of dainty re- froKboteiitw. r_- • • IN HIS KKIIALF WILL NOT BE REOOUNIZKD 0Y ENGLAND. &V&A4U;: For VMt«r. Minn Ma it Hergiaii u of Fort Worth, who is visiting Mi«« L<nlle MnKtf, wu* the lUMpirutliiu of «t delightful party given Ity George Chapman Wednewlay erenfiiK. lit M# parff eawt «l town Swimming uu<l iltliu iiig wwr the ii diversion*. ii liti wer angment- «1 by a nuii«i>iuo!i* pifiitc f$u"t at the I . ii | JUtoclated Pret Dispatch | J-Jiijoyhiff .Mr. Chapman'* hoxpltall'ty London, Sept. ♦.-"••Appeals In liebalf J wt>rv MJn« Mary Bergman of Fort of Clarence MacSvreney, i/irtf Mayor I Worth. All *<-•*•* Margaret Tom-. Tfeggy of On*. Who i* in a cri...

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

V t , ; "Uk : „■ M TWti> vfl iiH^ If ; MM. GET BIG HAUL DENISON HOUSE VICTIM OF / THIEVES WHO TAKE HIGH PRICED GOODS. fe mfat* m I kl r i M J Denison, Tex., Sept. 2.—When Miss Leebird Moots, a clerk ut Potts' Milli- nery more, 401) West Main, opened the store" this morning, she found hats, hosi>, coats, suits, and otiter ladies' finery lying in n disheveled mass qv- er the floor. Robbers had entered tbe place dur- ing tbe night aud had taken several hundred dollars' worth of goods from tlte place, selecting a full equlpmeut of ladies' wearing apparel. Entrance was gained by prying the iron bars off of a rear window. Once inside t!<• burglars begun a systematic helping to a variety of jfooil*, taking only tbe best In the house. v Beginning at the silk underwear shelf, teddies, vests, nighties, cami- soles. were taken in abundance. At the silk hose department, eighteen liairg of the $2 kind and twenty-sev- en pairs of $:t.00 hose were t^ken. These were dumped into a receptacl...

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

m WMiMWrnrnm ■ " .■ HM w.w rW:'Bi' -.. ■/" T mm ^mSoLm mm r-':, ' mm £. ?5PS:«f3 1 *■■. a*.,*.. j" .:•<■• PAUT DEMOCRAT, • THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER |1MI, MS / • mmmmv *lffenod in tbu «1mm ; Ms ftngws gripped the revolver butt. SSWi he JIWH— mid, "aed-wait irrriwrinw <m me ( •loJeB i#;*'1*e weerei. __ —* 110 AND 111 14, 1879. mull 5iS? 'ftwP' Mar. 1K79. i and Oklahoma: One month, Beyond Texas and Qklaboma 80c; Six months, $4.50; bm 1 1 "■ Hkiga • One yedt^XtSO. ir, $1.75. Outside -ui Tak of the The PeirtMritnter cane e*we o the window. The other barked a tep |l| ifeDAVID ANDERSON lower point of Alplno Inland. But don't de anything unless the triob etarta. 1 don't know ranch taw. but 1 do know the law couldn't hurt yofi for rescuing a sheriff's prisoner from a mob." "Law! Lawt" The Boss growled. "When I know they're ketched lh' wrong man—" He would have grumbled Htlll further, hut the Pearlhunter urged him to W^y With r mil whiafiwred word, the sturdy <>>d OMmv tnle away in ...

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

' f " i is m for RENT—Que large bedroom with *11 modern eonveuiencesw 613 S. Trav- is. Phone liafi. ul^tp —-~- v 1 W)H RENT—To ooupie without chil- dren one Urge room for Light house- keping. |18 So. Blnkley Hi. aldftp FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms to parties without children. 20? Grand Are. Phone 1418. • a*-3tp FOR , RENT—Two unfurnished' up- staterooms, all modern conveniences. 31 E. Cherry. Cmli lfcit. l-2tp FOR RENT—Two room®, unfurnished. 621 So. Ha sic wood. sl-otp FOR RENT—Two front bed rooms to gentlctficu. .In private home. Phone 174B. a31-3tp - • & <<■ *Efl " Vr^i that tt !• to be This to both FOR RENT—Three nice, furnished rooms. Phone 1240. J. L. Burleson. iuil ( (<• ***** FOR RENT—My four-room apartment unfurnished, also garage. 801 So Montgomery St Phone 485-J" a24-l6tp - i. ' * for rem*—houses. FOR RENT—Good South Crockett St. Phoue*i329. aSf i FOR RENT—FIvq room house, close In. on Walnut St. Would will. R. L. taruthers. a30-Gtp FOR RENT—Two offices In Murp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 September 1920

■r '*** */• IBM v A* •* ,.f. H JI^Rkk9P*I pia ft! IHNill V-. . Wti*W.i9?iA ■' 7-y '■?■■ ';; '••■'-; .'r4: 1*W' -^WCr ■</• • W v.;v • ■■ v' -t:■": ... %* ''^'"l''$i\'- Sj^ffijPg '.", '••\'* V ^jf®A'.-"'- )AY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920. wSmm^WR "Hep-J"-' v.r. f if# <■" rty :;,^^W8"lfe.* ji. ^illp '*■-, g Frl?^ i ) r.«s weather comes. Hie largest assortment of retty plaids, stripes a yard e variety of colors,, line of Crepe de Chine and at only $1.90 a yard. line of 50c Percales are now fitting the children for school, we i show you the best line of Boys' and Girls' Hose in Black, Brown or White, at *pair.; B i ■ .' SSaEw- w mm J ho. H it Mil tiorijelJalL. Kerr to H 8. l>o*t*rf lot 10. block I of Kerr'* w> oud Nursery addition to Hlteruuiu, Aog--38:Sp\':^., Sll'-V' •;; 1 8a me to B. L. Dotiter, lot 11 lu tmmc block, Aug. 35; WW. Thankful B. I)cau ft al to 3. C Henderson. 25x40 feet on Kaat H««*- ton *treet, Sherman. Aug. 10; #000. Oban. W. ItatUff and wife to ft. W. Stoddard. lota ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 September 1920

? '• a''A 5*5 •■sP "' ^ansesi |. ?<$($ r\'x w-^-mmShm KMrfj%.,3r".* jfflEv■ M■?■'■ :Vv. W:fSKl Bit: WaKS SiSS,' &*kO* '... ; ' ! kwH|^K siffi MneTHKwraraR f rcSH3B#M i &B V jlLUME XXXX.-N0. 34. / ;.iSHEJ ' • M Ji ■ ■ ■ ■*«.■' " / i, 1 1 1 1,11 K>M All ilm-' '■ ' ' -ji • j..."': '1 ' 'in ■ m mi lIL IN THE MARKET CENTERS Two Large Companies Selling for 15c per. Pound - Stocks Thrown Back By Speculators to Be Sold at Best Figures Possible mkm Pre** Dlupatcu] ". / New York, Sept. 3—Aunouucementg were made today 'bringing sugar to hbout i in1 smme baala at which "second hand" or speculators' stock* recently [have lieeil selling. ' Tin* Federal Sugar Refining Company announced a new reduction of a cent it pound* making its prior for fine granulated "15 tent* a pound, less two per cent." ./ .. .. * y-. Arhin-klo Brothers did not change their list price. ultliougk U«cy anmmiiced late Inst night they were offering limited amount# of fine granulated at 15 cents a iKiiuid. This i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 September 1920

i • **'1 *'JjhM ifVl •SOsl! m m Sfflft 10 ■ II SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY, s«wp3?C |Mli^ 3, 1920. T |f /. hu-jv m I ■ _^-bK| if1-r,T- SPifft Canal cdwiot fat. t Ith the >aaffn|MriRv9 dertaklog.! TbrougU u <w trip> feat, for £htte to wrote books, HubmittwJ plana and talk- ed about the poMtyilMes of building canal, it took Yankee grit and de- itlon to pnt loe plans In opwa* tion and Bnoce«aOiUy carry tbein out. Many obstuoK-s bad to bo* overcome, te t being efficient their source were traced to made im eradicated jfetiow fever and malaria. Today the Canal Zone la a clean and healthy jgta to gfc the Htreeta are dean and | A few day* ago i. WITNESSES MONED EOil INVESTIGATION r?r i, KAISK $16,(.C0,m ij AuocUtted Prw Ditpatch # or m Invention Due to Poverty. Poverty to leBix'iiipie for the tau- ten Uon of the blanket. Years ago a man In England lost all hto weatth and became very poor. One cold win- ter night In 1840 be nsed a piece of rough, unflnlabed cloth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 September 1920

i mbS! ;'&u 3W#*I , -,'lt fvTr' -•■ k ,:* • '}• *i;,. * 'MMfc* i PP. llil i \ ',-tfv i iA *>V. I I s I ■ ■ MM* • I«ea|rlce J«*y lias Uhmi ael«1«l to pi«y the lead In lie Itcglnald Barker production of "Bunt.v jhm ; ' the Wirings," which Goldwyn i* screening: Having finished work on "Heed Over Heel*," Mabel Xornuind, the Goldwyu star, ban left the Onlver <*ty studio* for a few weeks nnd i« vacationing in New York. Mhhoii S. Otaon ims been succeeded as ^trntlnuiu editor at Jte Goldwyn Htudioa by Paul Berfi. who advtued in , Jjfoectlng '"The North Wind's Malice," made at Ooldwyn'a can tern studios. Mr liltaon la directing the forthcoming "Edgar" stories. Mnry Warren In to. play opposite Will Rogers In hit* next Oohlwyat' ph'- tufe, "The Guile of Women," under the dlrectiou iof Clarence Badger, 'the firnt afeenea ate lieing made iu Han IHMrw,'' I . 4^r| M Uw p ^ "l#9f Ma«lncK«," the latest Jl ■■mmmilbu'tl Jr., production starring i.ouIm> tilaum, refined b> «pdklp*o> ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 September 1920

IB ,-. |Q|*F -t'^ MH1 ■ ••rj^';.lfW.'. ■tmB&m* '■: • \ SHERMAN DAILY D; Mlfnipttt# il(|i is ta&ftih! MIMfeSk •* &>?&**! • jaws 5, • «?*< L&v :•-#,••. > v; v '■■■•■* ■ •■«■■:■■ ,■■■, ■ ■ * . & "*&*& ^Liik #£•!&$& .,!« ipi simmwm rrr SSHOTS 1 "OUTLAW fftnTrilMAN D TRAIN MMM416—W# ONE 111., Sept. 3.-JThe freight KkWaSft re * t mjw . "outlaw" switchmen. waa fotunl today near Heusonvllle. WW. with the throttle on the engine wM<* open and the twenty-one freight ear* Intact Several liattles between freight ere** and hands of the MtrikhiK switchmen wfio Inifcrar regained tblr Joha, preced- ed the theft i it the train, which <>e onrred ahortly before midnight last night in the Ohfclpi, Milwuolca^ Jbl 8t Paul yards at Tiscero. :i suburb. Thomas White, engineer. wa* driv- en from hi* pout at the .point of a gun. and when the fireman resisted be nra badly beaten. Mr. Whit* immediately I gar© the alarm and after several bourn the train wa...

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

. $pp HBH * _V V;,. j ,, , J , ,:^;? iff 3W 1 '11: L m t mt jvt KATY EMPLOYE I FOR 40 YEARS DEAD G. W. SMITH 8UCCUMBS TO AT- TACT OF ACUTE IN1HGE8- TION AT DENISON. r: >'■""** Otnlwft, Tpx.. fcepf. 3.—Q. W. Smith aged #8 jrrtlra, residing: at 618 Wwt Crawford utreot, was found dead in bod at an early hour thin morning by hi« daughter. MIhh Annette, who enllmi to her father to inquire how he was leeling. Although Mr. Smith worked yester- day he coExplained of feeling badl>. and last night was attended by a phy- sician. Relatives and friends remain: ed at his bedside until 2 o'clock this morning, and as he appeared to feel much better they retired. His daugh- ter visited his room several t^mes and found him sleeping aud apparently in no immediate danger. Miss Smltn suffered a severe shock when she call- ed her futher and ho failed to re- spond and she discovered he was dead; In the passing of George W. Smith from the Katy railroad family one ot the most valuable mcu.on the road'...

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

till te sect Ion ■WW* i AftAi) SURANC i* 1 . ' wtiH the mother of it. this place, Mild is Mir-1 by several other children. The interment was at Onk Hill cemetery near Whitcwrlght today. 1 2 Alt . m 94M-, give old Text*. Sn as well «s new of all news dls the local Associated dispatches pu > '■ i **" Ml I I'LVirolW: in this paper and also blication of special dispatches herein are a nm$$& ii* ^ i a'I i) THE DAY'S BEHT RDfTORIAL. mm pi a for pros* m H j | ..j v How to Reverse What Is Not tndmtMd. ( LR(T.ITS SUSSKSsT tic views of Mr. Rowan Mills] the local housing situation, as ex pressed at the meeting of the Cham- ber of Commerce directory on Thursday, were that material ami la- bor'jpst now arc so high that an in- mt«r' does not feel Justified \Jn con- st ruction enterprise* In the face of possible Reclining valuer later on. Mr. MIIIh h possibly correct, except .that bin observation is c-onfined to relieving the present acute situation from a proflt-inuking point of view, aiid...

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

jiiX i -,v„ : L. • t- - -•* ■ •'•' &. * ,.'•' _ : 1 kMM m m rm 1 pira * x,\ p HI 1 I \ **§ p X I f. f* fii I If IS r n* \ J-.- lift / '■.! i *• FOR RENT-BROOMS FOR RENT—Two room* uufurntri*- ed, 621 South Hadewood. n2-3tp FOlt BE*NT ' w>' W ! ' >4wimi, natural*Mk .. up- Ktalrs riMttm*, all convenience#, 3118 E- Cfcmy. Call Iftfl '• *##f POB RENT—Two furnlahcd for couple without children. enrpH wanted, Phone 1590. room* Refer- KU-Stp mmmni FOR RENT—One larse bedroom with all modern '•onvenleuctty 613 H. Tra^- . Phone 1255. «13tp — «. HI '■ > ill f ,. .it M III "i II ' II FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms to parties without children. 207 Grand Ave. Phone 1418. al-3tp FOR "RENT—Two rooms, unfttrnlahed. 621 Mo. IlazleWood. al-3tp FOR RENT—Three nice furnished rooms. Phone 1210. J. L. Burlvaou. — i __ jlSlifili*, „ FOR RENT—My four-room apartment unfurnished, also enrnce. 801 So- Montgomery St. Phone 485-J. a21-iptp : y FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Five room house, close in, on Walnut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 September 1920

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