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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

p.fm !$$ •;J i>i I I I S I #>! § | i# i)1 HVM w, 1 4/ H Jig ,'y m, w 11 sril- '1 IS if § ;vA^' SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR. SATURDAY. SHERMAN, TEXAS, JU NE 22, 1907, 4:30 P. M. SA- - RDAY. 50 CKNTS PER MONTH. 2AG.5 :belts umbo/is JSE WJVESS CATCHES THE EYE * Of Our Fancy Goods 'Buyer And the result of today's express brought us the prettiest selection of Bags, Belts and Ribbon t.iat have been shown In Sherman this o en son. Every conceivable new fad or fancy are shown in this superb colli ectlan anil all so moderately priced that they will soon foe sold, so BE WISE AND COME EARLY to make your selection. EACH DAY BRINGS SOMETHING NEW New Belts new Days 25c, SOc, 75c, |ip «o $1.50 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, up to 85.00 EXTRA RIBBON SPECIAL New Bags 35c FANCY RIBBON, 19c. Printed Warp Dresden designs and ifancy stripe, all silk Rib- bons, worth 25c yari 19c a yard 50c FANCY RIBBON, 29c. Wide Printed Warp Dresden Patterns and fancy stripes, dainty color effects, worth up to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

X. ■urrwr-« V -- . * * if***'.Iidt* it ,U. AK^,>nifciJi *JN . ^r:JMKMM "*U. P^GE two THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, JUNE !. W f l i? ?«■ It I • I it I u- it i!v I I X - V DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN, TEXAS. HUNTER DUOS., Editors and Publishers. J. NELSON DICKEK.V:AN, Associate Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Jne month, by carrier I .60 Per Year (in advance; 5.00 Weekly Democrat, per year .. 1.00 TELEPHONES .111 Henry Watterson'a dark horse is said to Iju Beckham. Rains are coming just about right and the farms aro looking better day by day. Senator Beveridgo of Indiana goes to Europe for a bride, but she Is an American. There will be a strenuous fight over the receivership of the Waters- Pierce Oil Company, Is it possible that the old fash- ioned Sunday school picnic is going to lie discontinued? The chiggers will wonder at this. The "Peerless Leader," Mr. Bry- an is now in Texas talking to will- ing listeners at so ranch per. Who wouldn't be a leader like our own Bryan? TAHITI1 R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

* < ' SATURDAY, JUNE 22. SCALY ERUPTIONS THE SHERMAN DZILY DEMOCRAT. m Itched Constantly—Scratched Until Blood Flowed—Suffered 10 Years — Doctors and Medicines Were Fruitless—Tries Cuticura and Is Completely Cured BY THREE BOXES OF CUTICURA OINTMENT "When I was about nine vears old small sores appeared on eacli of my lower limbs. 1 scratched them with a brass pin and shortly afterwards both of those limbs became so sore that I could scarcely walk. When I had been suffering for about a month tho sores began to heal, but small scaly eruptions appeared where the sores had been. From that time onward I was troubled by such severe itching that, until I became ' accustomed to it, I would scratch the Bores until the blood began to flow. This would stop the itching for a few days; but scaly places would appear again and the itching would accompany them. After I. suffered about ten years I made a renewed effort, to effect a cure. \ The eruptions by this time had appeared 1 on every part o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

mr \ hp\-— L~ r 1 ■ m i s ■ i f i I ! i I u *; Vf ,1 T71GE FOUR,. THE SHERMAN D2ILY DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, JUNE 22. Beasts of Burden rOur beasts of burden, the horse and the ox, known for their strength, get their food from the vegeta- ble kingdom. DR. PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD is made from the wheat, the most important cereal that Nature produces as food for man. It is so scientifically and hygienically prepared as to render it not alone nourishing, but cleanly and acceptable to the most deli- cate stomach. Does not bind the bowels as do most breakfast foods. Palatable—Nutrition®—Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat tCm be served hot. Put in a hot oven for a few minutes; or cook In boiling milk to a mush lIOc a package M*0Zl!™Zro * 64 Ail Urucera package SHKKM.W MAN J(OXOItNI). Prof. Fc'PK'Hkoii ClioM'ii Vice Presi- dent of; National Corn Show. Prof. A. M. Ferguson of Sherman, seeretary-treasui'or of the Texas Corn Growers' association, lias just received notice of Ills election t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

SATURDAY, JUNE 22. § P\ t 8) * THE SHERMAN D2ILY DEMOCRAT. ' PAGE FIVE. Woman's Nature Is to love children, and no bom* can be completely happy with* out them, yet the ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with apprehension and dread. Mother's Friend, by its pene- trating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per bottle of druggists. Eook containing valuable information mailed free. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. VACATION in Cool Colorado... Will so enlarge and strengthen one's mental and physical powers as to place the Individual above com- mercial, professional, or house- hold trials; turning otherwise inevitable misfortunes into profi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

l-r r-V-V J ,1 \t r •« PAGE SIX. { SATCAD.iy, JUNE 22 THE SHERMAN VTLILY DEMOCRAT Guaranteed Cure for Constipation After watching results for sixteen years, during which time many millions of bottles were sold and thousands of letters from users were received, tha originators of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- sin, the great herb laxative compound, feel safe in guaranteeing it in the various diseases of the stomach, liver and bow- els, such us chronic constipation, dys- pepsia, indigestion, biliousness, flatu- lency, sour stomach, bloated stomach, heartburn .etc. There is an absolute guar- antee to rotund tho purchiisis price II Dr. Cald- well's Syrup I'epBin doi:s not do what, is claimed lor It. For sixtnon yeura this remedy bus been reo omiinTidwl iur stomach. llvur and bowel com- plaints and thi' fuel that each your more and ir,or>- fuuuiii are uslni; it proves that it has the uieil: clulined fur It. and the letters we are con- stuntly receiving proves that It is curing these dl ims...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

SATURDAY, JUNE 22. THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. PAGE SEVENi XOant Ads. THREE LINE8, 9 TIMES 25# THREE LINES, 6 TIMES 40# THREE LINE8, 1 MONTH..$1.20 THIS DEPARTMENT IS READ AS CLOSELY AS THE NEW8 COLUMNS. TRY YOUR LUCK WHEN YOU WANT TO RENT R00M8, YOUR HOUSE, OFFICE ROOMS, OR FOR BOARDERS OR TO 8ELL A HORSE, BUGGY, COW OR OT ER ARTICLE YOU DON'T NEED, OR TO SELL YOUR HOME OR FARM, IF YOU FIND ANYTHING, OR L08E SOMETHING OF VALUE ADVERTI8E IT, OR IF YOU NEED HELP OR WANT A POSITION, SAY 80. TRY A WANT AD TODAY. IT WILL BE READ BY THOUSANDS EV- ERY DAY. NOTICE—Any one answering the advertisements in these columns should address by letter, care of «ae Democrat, postofflce box, or as In- dicated in the ads, instead of call- ing for information. The publish- ers are not permitted to tell who the advertiser is in such cases. FOR SALE;. KOK SALE—A gentle family horse good surrey, harness, household fur- niture. Apply to Sam Less, 301 S. Walnut St 321-tf FOB SALE—Residence property and vacan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 June 1907

V "' f It !V < V I 1 T v; ' l i / / h 5; I / KR7E BIGHT. THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. Ladies Waists For Saturday and Monday 47c 99c $1.48 A Large Lot of Mice Embroidericd Waists Worth 75c. 200Waists well worth $1.50 and $1.75 each in this sale This lot of about 100 Waist sell usually at $2 and $2.50 our price only 47c 99c $1.48 See Our Ladies' Skirts. See Our Slippers and Hosiery. Eistein & Bro CO OK WITH GAS A GOOD COOK knows that a gas range Is the finest thing In tne world to roast ■beef in, as the oven should bo very hot to sear the tissues, and then lowered to let It roast gently through. You can only do t.nis with gas. In fact, lor baking, roasting or kitchen uses generally there is no'hiug like gas. Modern Homes Use Gas. Sherman Gaslight and % Fuel Company |: ^0^ pill mm#* ~M •USsBlEEast** WHAT A TEMPTATION! What more inviting or delicious than a heaping dishful of t'ao sort off ice creaim we make daily and sell aa fast as it's made? We leave the an- swer to you. If you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

\ 'l~\ i ,<•' \ \ •. „v m>l SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. «H 9 :,|T • i • - %A THIRTY-SECOND YEAR Associated Press SHERMAN, TEXAS, JlftE 13, 1913 FRIDAY 50 PER MONTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS EXTRA SPECIALS lor Friday uihI Saturday—some good things worth coming after— Mo not fail to see them-—,vou will Nave rame money. TAKEETA SILK—2 7 wide, 10 pieces good, line; regular $1.00, iiil inches color spec- 40* inches TAFFETA SILK— 31 wide, good color line; regular price $ 1.2r>; extra'special 60* ItfMOXA CREPES—1 0 pieces, /ill new colors with I'lornl de- signs, 2 < inches wide, y d 10* COTTOX CHAM.IK for Ki- monos and house- dresses, all good designs, a yard . . . .5$ • l ■ nox <i I XGHA.MS—small cks, blues, blacks and own, regular S '/>r, a yard 5^ HASH for liaud cup or lint extra special valueMor and Saturday, 5* (ilXGHAM PETTICOATS in checks and stripes; like rind- ing them; extra special, each LADIES' LINGERIE WAISTS —Lingerie Cloth Lace Insert- ing and Embroidery; ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

PAGE TWO. SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT. Fill DAY, JUNE 13, 10t3.v , 4.. J THE DAILY DEMOCRAT SHERMAN, TEXAS. O. 0. ft E. C. HUNTER, Publlahttfl. The Daily Democrat !• tfc# official ■•wopaper of the City of BhanAu and publishes all legal notice*. , Subscription: 60 cents per montt. ffc.Ou per year In advance. . Th wwekVy Democrat tft publish ed on Thursday. $1.00 • yen. It Is tbe big county seat newspaper. Dallas Offtee—307 Juanlto Bldg. Phone Main '4886. F. A, .Wynne, special representative. Mall subscribers changing loca- tion should give their foqnw ad- drew as well as the new ona. Sub- scribers served by city earrleH Will please assist the management In rendering good service by making complaints about lrregularltlea and omissions. Ill BOTH PHONES 111 ■ — THE DEMOCRAT EXTENDS I ronjn'Htuln'lonH tos «aron Chesham, 19 years old to- day. TftfcV. Calvin H. French, president of Huron College, South Dakota, 51 years old today. Henry Pomeroy Davison, oue of the leading ptir'tiiers in the ■ ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

V «v ■ «>* '• f tub dailf democrat iff delivered by. carrier in sherman afternoons at 80 cents per month. I'....' ■ ' rr-U SEMRI KM SEOTIOI n aaj ' . "'i ; •! • I ' v :,,'i V: V?~ SHERMAN, TEXAS, JUNE 13, lUlil, 4:30 P. M. ip .you want the f. ~ of grayson vertise SI wbukl: 11# tr -i I M ■smt \ 'tea*. L hi in * wlfl . Barefoot Sandals a W'6. ...... .90# b to 8,,..-. si.ob 8V& to 11 91.25 11% to 2.. 81.50 ELKS HOI JO TAN OXFORDS. 5 to 8,. . 5 to 8. -{ 81.50 11% to 2 * ') V 8V4 to 11 82.00 WIIITR m/OK OXFORDS. *' •••••••81.50 8% to 11...... 11% to 2...: 82.00 r yti 123 North Travis Street 81.75 ••81.75 Wedding Present Possibilities i. 1 . You will find our list a very comprehensive one—containing much' that is new. It's no trouble at all for every person to find here just the article upon which he or she has decided. And it's equally eaSy for 'hose who coittp without having their mind made up at all. FOR OUR &TOHE IS FULL OF INSPIRATION. • ; To tell you of prices is juit abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

. i id t- m I • I >! i > I 1 I soux„ . r * *>)> IrihriMiBiiHii 5Wi fflfXN HAD. V ymioCRAT; fripav, .jrxm: 13, 1913. •v " ' © V> A'i^. INDIA TEA Has All the Virtues of coffee; But 6osts Much Less . 'W BOO CUt S TO THE POUND ^ ': • '' 1 ONE TEASrOONFUJL MARKS TWO CUJ'S. Published by the Growers of India Tea REPORT OF TNt CONDITION OF — THE -— Commercial State Bank At RtMirfnan, Tom. at the close of business on the 4tH duy of June, iri3, ttoblisbed In the Sher- mtti Dally Democrat, a newspaper printed and published at Sherman, State of Texas, on tho lOtli duy ot June, 1913. , . KKHOl'ltCEH Lcknn ud uim'uuihi*. |M-r um i or ootlfttofrU t/Caua.tualostale Overdrafth BoilUn Kin) Htot'kn ♦wlil.THO ft I WI.WU.UH fi.mi.an «Wm Kxuliantu WW Otliof Kiwi v 1* 00 furniture and Cl*uirei lfi,(Mi.0U Duo from Approved _ , Ttowsrvo Aki'IIIh. net fJW.f'ti.tji Duo from oilier Bmikn and Haukem, mitijret ' touhoek, nut •Ji,:wu,ii7 30,rati,,an Caali iloiim.. 1,101 ,im Utinrpury HH.tHV.00 Btcc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

w.- .. X ,t. 1 WJPB . .... , ;..-r^.r,.^„.T..: ,, . i£RJj ' , ' .f % <• I #:Cf FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913. Pavement Paragraphs Movtiujf* Tonight. I). P. O. Jfl.. ut Elks' hull. Tolaujipne -0|iL'intoi'K and Kleetrle- IfiiiH, ut Elcctrlcun'H hull, Sheruiuu Camp No. it, \V. O. W., ut. Odd Follows' hull. Golden Rule Camp No. Ijooa, ut l-'ulton hull Modem WOodmen of America, ut Carpenters' hull Painters and Decorators, ut Union hall. Textile NVJorktTB of Amerlen, ut. <>"on Mill hul! Motortunn Houston, In the employ of tho Toxuh Traction compuny, has moved to McKlnney. Frank Howies, who has been quite ill at IiIh room in the Krnuse room- ing house on West Houston street. Is reported somewhat better today. Travis lodge, No. 117, A. F. & A H„ will confer the Entered Appren- tice and Fellow Craft degrees at Musonic hull tonight at 7:30 sharp. J. 13. Oliver, a trainman in the ' service Of the Frisco, who has been seriously ill at his home on Luckett aveuue, is reported much better to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

tfs Jt S?* K -- ;>• ■ r>' I *.-•- f>< FXGE SIX, TTTfiPmm TYThV 7ivMnrwxr. Yell Defiance at Blood Disorders i A .Remedy That Hu Shown a Moat Remarkable Purifying Effect. Atvl.nat Von Cnu Act Rill of Blood Troublea—S. S. t>. V. Tho word mcilldne in "no of the lmuit nbUHeil In our lanuuuK'-'. Tin re iiri} certain madlcinul properties Just bs necessary to health ua the I'ood we fnt. Take, for exuinplu, the welU known tonic ntodlclno 8. 8. 8. This famous blood purifier contain* medic- inal components just an vital and essential to healthy blood as tho olo- ments of wheat, roast beef, tho futs and tho sugars that make up our dally ration. As a matter of faetr' there Is one Ingredient in 8. 8. 8. which servos the active purpose of stimulating each cellular part of tho body to the healthy and judicious selection of Its own essential nutriment. That is why It TPfronei'atea tho blood supply; why It has such a tremendous Influence In overcoming eczcma, rash, pimples, and all ski...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

t # lj : ' I ; i W\,. >*'■>*••■* "• >1 '• • SHERMAN &MLY DEMOCRAT. «lbl I fOR IUBta*-f$ti!Mfc - FOR Rf£.\'T—-Two rooms furnlsben , or unfurnlshe.l; $ft' t !YoY t. Call ' olili phone jg$>, .V . .,., Jun-12-fit FOR 1V>CNT=—fwS "nicely ^iWrfshBd ctVol robtfts '423; N. Walnut St. Mrt>. SI Wheat. 12-3t JitHl ttWttlVi'^Vfilflhie?! rooms for housekeeping. 403 West Houston St. 0-. VVl Tune. ■'...„ m29-tf M'lt.\IKHICI> ROOMS for light houHMteeplng. Wl phone 087. '• ■' *i \ m Mf |pJ!R|f MSf—flbwnstnita,south apartment, furnished' or unfurnlsn- 'M. -7fl0 S. Cyoofcett,, Old phone 401. u,mC-tf FOR hteNt—HOUSES. FOR RIWT—S'tce rour-room c,ot.tage mi-NOr^H Willow- stte'ei; on Intttrur- bari: liijp. W. M. Scott. Old phone 304. vli. \\i , JiinlO- l-'OA Tti^XTiir-Cottl bin and office, "flow occupied by Cash Coal and Wood Yard, & 'Harrison Co. 0-tf FOR RrIVT-—X four-room • moderp flat, with private bath and furnace beat. T. P. y«cwell, 611 N. Travis Street, Old phone 1271....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 13 June 1913

4 « • ivrrmT, /..... J .' '"/ 1 f~; jj ' • \(f IHA. '<i .-/up -vjp " WW " ' ■t • '.. «* „j.j;, v f ; •*..-' zwrnrxrw mn.v democrat. miDAY.'Vt'Nft'i s," i ni 3'; ■IT1 ■ t Saturda) Night Open as Usual Reductions on the Following CHILDREN'S IIATH CHILDREN'S RIIESSE 1. A DIRS' II ATS— LAD1 I'.'S' DRESSES— liAI'IKH' WAISTS— I.AIH IS' SKIRTS— .MEN'S PANTS— ME.V'S SUITS— BOYS' SI'ITS— Popular Prlctt on all Shlrlo, Undorwoar, Shoot, Slipporo E Counterpanes. STEINS' . h *h M "i *r iii-i V m ■■ •p. m M: iRfl.Pf ir | \ 4 ■ i'i-W ' f'L ~. . v' II - El'; St if# fc' r ' £ f" The "Better" Show Today Empire-Lyric TIIK SURVEYORS—KxM-INIOI- . A tlirilllig spectacular drama of the Cannibal Islands—one <•0? lovo and adventure In darkest Africa. * van GIIW* DKTBCTJVK'M RI SK—.TIuuilioiiNor. ■' The .prise female counterfeiter, rushing from the prison yard, she'hurfles to the counterfeiter headquarters, her. make-up concealing she was a detective. HIS CHUM THE RARON—Keystone. , The Baron without eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 July 1920

, . v .. . >.i . ~i ; •.. " ' -.>:..-v^ ... , • " ■ | _. .. ■ . ■ ■ ■ ..< ■: ■ ■'■■•; n., i i\ .,.'■ * — u ; v ■ • , - .v " v • rw ,'*•*■ tyv, -,</■' .TV^-Ti'1 L— I * y-- Note the sav 5 Ft. Cut 6 Ft. Cu Cut 10 Ft: DJ 12 Ft. Di While th impleme i wmm Satfcf r* iMm •• 'v - wSiiPi 3= mm WWhBhs •« 1 "-1 '(—NO. 286. MMMMM " POTTO m ESTON TO BE SCENE OF BIG CELEBRATION e Silas Hare to Preside at For- lal Ceremonies Opening the Bridge to the Public Silaa Harp will preside ut hint ceremonies at tlfe Preston jfnhtlatinii next Monday, pre- ^ Judge J. W. Haswell- of Denl- mo will deliver the address wel- ,'g, upon the part of OrayMO I lit? |f ! ra., v ^lge H iisseH's fc citizen*, the XHdAhonui citizens -ading ihe celebration. This un- Vincoment was.made Thursday by the tomlttee on ntrungeiStents, « f which f li. Pea chain Is chairman. The picnic will start promptly at 10 when Judge Hare presents Hasscll. The response to Judge a address of welome will be }ide by a prominent Oklahoma...

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

BwPferVfe ■ *' ''V- SHERMAN DAILY D1 i w t?/, r i;M 1879.) mATduc.), Thursdays • L NKXT WINTER'S K1JML into Cltj Texas Gait Cotupauy is In TEXAS. — KKS3 ■j? x '' fair DEMOCRAT . COMEBACKS. nam m*#*1*- lUiOlliiiir^n ,nI I. Iw fronww North jrlth pro- North raflttfll tO Ittftt ™ SOVMI fMMTA to all The expense of the expedition will be | of appreciated very readJ^r bjr the bread winner who iiaolWNi ln>me o an increased rate allowed by the no- n|f(ht wlth onmin,t t<l «mttl Mon- of The Associated entitled to Uw all news dlapt. JH. ■P*ji not otherwise credited In this niclpality, the «a> crtuiitany agrees to day.—Sherman IWijnot rat. Jostoad Urn pipeline feolUUo* with th« Well, a pcrnoii with prorJ*te*l ^exoeetotlon «f uruvldinif a better fuel cnoctfh to Inxt him fcr seven year* rt 11 11 **?>M b# JttstffcM In m .ktriff n lUah fftpiM.v pit;g0 x ||Hh4|^p|. th^ f««- f0r the'North -li SrM: s,iSC, k. '"*4-'*4v«• •' • gW ♦ *• «■ Beyond Texas and Ofclsbons «ud within }flOO miles. One ...

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

mm I 'i K^'*/ :":.y- H?-X.'- s~T*j >-■ "'■• iv\< ' v-.i • V::'v'S-?M il ___ Note the saving in 5 FJ. Cut Mowers at ... .$70.00 v :\ ;•' ' •' SSKflk -«e i«4 ■J L ■ 6 Ft. Cut Mowers at .$75.00 •^2 a' , • •* ''-,T^i ' J"! >*/*.'!' :.T '"i ."'.''A"; U.' 'V. ' .to; ; ;• 'V" • >vv,^.iw.'* • 1 ~\f ' /£/. 10 Ft? Dump Rakes, at ...... .$50.00 12 Ft. Dump Rakes at. — $55.00 While they last, as we ar^ closing out our Implements.. Call and see these goods at i ♦ v *Mt i L 'wkflK v. f] #J*;. - V \ rM( HARDWARE CO. 207 West Houston Street If It's HARDWARE, We Have It. Constance Talmadge 'v ^4 alK^ Natalie Talmadge Can you beat this? Hi 'Oh Boy!" The Love Expert will give dem- onstrations at the Washington today. * ■■■I' " ■ :.*?$«§;$ ~*rr v CV • 8 LBS. MRS. TUCKER.... 6 LBS. CRISCO..: $1.85 Campbell's Pork and Beans, Special Price per Dozen. V<ai Capip Pork ajtf Beaw. &>ec$j>rijc& per f*o?en. THESE ARE CASH AND CARRY PRICES. CBUTCHFiELD'S GROCERY. PHONE 376. * ; ' # f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 July 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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