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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

■mm 11 r T*W*B?™ ■ l," ^" ' ^T-.TT 7$; " I T : ■ TV■ . ._. . • • ;;v ,;■•.■ :S ■ WfWffWffiffiV "'■ .1 SttlKVIKP SSPPfRaS • ,.^ - . x.-. IImI •• •. ■■■4 •■"■■'*■•).•■ - 5*. }$*$■ V7 t AUSTIN COLLEGE: THAB B00K0UT SATURDAY WAS GALA DATR FOH COACH FBKELAND'S W** . BLANKETS PRESENTED. ■>' The 1920 griittrou season got away with a, rush for the Austlu College Kangaroos here Saturday afternoon. Receiving the gift of varsity-style football blanket* presented by - number of business firms of Sherman, winning their first game of the sea- son, and playing before one of the largest crowds that erer gathered to see a , local football contest made a gala day indeed folr Coach Freeland's men. The score of the game tells the story so far as the contest itself Is concerned. It was 62 to 0 in favor of the Kaugnroos against Durant Xornfitl. Result Gratifying. While the Kangaroos confidently ex- pected to administer a decisive de- feat to the Normal team, the result was nevertheless gratifying to K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

•*M ;i.;v-'v^r- £SS8B88hB| §©§P#'ma ®#fe, , K'< ^i/' OrJ-Xr-W •'-. mm m I :M ■' i, icMxii$$■:%.:'?■ .-.{ . '; tk ■ m 7m 27, 1020. uiiflntfglng In ber ng of the Lea * '••■ •-'1 *V''*''&''^'-3 .}sbLU; DUpatc* :. :; v;; . : sSaW i NRh 'fPPf^ffw , J. 'tipta Ar- t packing coW" ESfth. l! f dl . _ nod and wearln* throughout' the loomed large In th« tradition* oi the West are meeting ah end. Latear to go i* the "Owl" at Mexiealt, widen Ha operator* and official* of the Can- re- tu regime In I^ower California freely admitted had paid large auma for per Wftafrm to B In the Owl were to lie fouud all the attraction* that went to make up the typkiil 'da nee hall of frontier day*. The building INelf wa new, the old , iinj-y . ' dittinK movement. * industry, ha wild, began a«W. ' •iMiiMMi wnmim la at a lower level nowi than at anjr time JfdtiiiQ Uum ; ;ke «ald. 'The preaent low level* of prices have not affected th > price of neat to a great extent tbp tremendous deerewfr iu ▼aloe of by-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

Vm! ■ z, ' fttttfBflMiigg 3MES rf • ^ ? >;-v.V-v ..v-. ,yuy.^:., '#. HSfflR? #1; ,.y? ■" ,.; i?i'o 'V\^® T,l ?V M!. .-'•' J*, liit 1$*^ '?*'•? Ij|p| IfJ" / IFw'S raiK$twH ,♦ • 4 * LIFE AT ROYSE CITY MONDAY M. f L BONE FELL FROM REAR COACH AS TRAIN WAS BACKING. Denison. Tex., Sept. 27.—M. L. Bone, a Katy brakeman on the south end, was instantly ldlled at 8:08 o'clock tills morning at Royse City. He was working on the rear of work ex- tra No. 571 and the train was backing Into the paHain« track at Royse City when Bone fell from a car under the wheels of the train and his body was badly mangled. The train was pullea by engine No. 578, with Engineer Henderson and <%ndnctor B. F. Lacy. M iv Bone resided In Denison and was married. The remains was pre- pared for intermfnt by an undertaker at Royse ( Ity and placed in the ca- boose of the work extra and brought to Denison. arriving shortly after 1 'o'clock. The body Was taken in [charge here by (ieorge Hhlelds. Funer- |al arrangement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

Mi aattub wAfeiaMjaMaiai! i«ii "Vv ip'vrti" - '..W y^^vrHrJ ,,. • • ■ !< %< «• 93(S!S fx Sft SHERMAN DAILY Dl SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY, mMm, LW1 H ( W* W CRAT f. J ■ - iu. ■ >;- ' I '-IV- : - DEMOCRAT (INC.); PUBLISHERS. Democrat Published Thursdays. < if-Mwsm|f I AND 111. ,-rru^t the postofflce at Sherman, Texas, Aug. 14, J 879 aa "a11 A the second claw according to the act of Cougreaa, Mar. 8, 1870. Let the United States Commandeer Her Young Men for Work on the Farms. By C. GOUVEBNEUR HOFFMAN. **W wag liii • -♦ • SUBSCRIPTION RATES. LY DEAluCRAT—By carrier or In Texan and Oklahoma: One month, .,1 —.50. Beyond Texan and Oklahoma 76c;>8li6#>onthi, On« year within 1,000 miles: One monf |#S.0rt 85c; Six month* #M ; One year, in ws&L HEk,, - i ■ "W. k ' HtoKBS 1 r(.>u.If to The Sherman Democrat, Pnbliahera, Sherman, Texaa. Bubrtjrlb- , i),.sti?ng addrew ebang d please giro old addreso aa wall aa new on*. m^IHERS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESR-TOe Associated Pre** 1« exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 September 1920

«£$*£ *« « Vv*~ §@^n WaSffl«Wi afc.*!! '**•' ♦> I'.'SCi 5'' j£J>L J SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1020 H'fedWi "Thine Is the Glory" AMONG THE COURTS ;K I *9 £ IK? 7^4 *g& and priced in our window is attract- its' attention because each suit is to save you money- Suits $8.95, $12.45, $14.95, and $l9.95.Jpsfef;)||:! ■■ ■k Pants, straight bottom, age 3 to and $2.50. . ' Knickerbocker Pants, age 7 to 18, *1.50. The celebrated Tom Sawyer Waist, sly fast colors, $1.50 each. vyj Shirts $1.25 to $2.00. , /' >ys'Shoes $3.50 to $5.50. ' f 4 j In all styles of leathers. _ _ i Boys' Army Shoes $4 50, large "sizes warn / Boys' Ribbed Hose 35c to 60c. J?L PiSj Krawlfefl SMSr m sm YM Mm fe?V. ■ 'imA SHIMi' & WINDOW GLASS ,-v< ;•* :• ,>'v ••••" ' * .5 1 A . :-?X ff * If 1 am EARLY for the cold winds and rain of winter by replacing your broken glass in windows and doors. / ijjti > . DON'T WAIT until cold weather, rcwnes when it can be done so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

m-M' *nmMm mm #: I i■ A.f$h. ■ fe£ v' 4-iti a'V'W '■ ". i .*■: a :5®MS — —= XXXX—RO. SS. ■' «&{!K 11 . ■ ,, ■ y iii 1.1! i|i;(■ ■ ,. ~~ IW- '' Vx^VH ;.'V 4f?>£1 Ui- H v1-,, ® ' ftdBwftw tt! '« I R H'-v, < Vi i ' ilHfl P"* i 1T7TT" SfBPiiF <Sm*w^ii '< V. A, • nnnfinu & 1 iMli Paving Company Ready to Begin Work as Soon as all Property Owners Contract For Cowrete.fl^i ?,y%, dam ft i® Sign Tin* Kmw raring Company in ready •' '^«in york on Eaat Brockett street «m mooch a* the city baa secured the signature of several reinainiiiK prop- erty owner* who have not signed for the concrete pavement in place of the afcplniHic concrete of the original con- tra cl. This was the information given Berry II. Cobb, a property owner on the street* when he appeared before the City Commission Monday evening and asked what the atatus of the work wan. Mayor. Wiiaon said that \ II. K. Klugsley, vice president of the Kaw Paving Company, who wan in Sherman a few 'days ago, had tola him lha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

*• Vtv-r im.ii- ••- i^ fiif^ri# i *+v*W4*4 r' Bw® <31 #t SSI '.&• w, HH n .•*% . • ♦ ^WiWWieHNWWWWVWW I'll' ►% yv y W'-i* i| SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1820. iw^tsss PIONEER wPfllBS III . ; M . -U mmm '" !••«■' •• < •• i :t*r \ LAST THURSDAY account at the death of Texarkana, father and Mm. P. S. maKumi iu the Press of Frl }-r '.-.-i ;0: i 73 year* and - at* at hi* resident**, street, yesterday after at 12:85 o'clock aa the result of hrooehlal pneumonia. £ 4 ■( "The funeral will take place from Sacred Heart Gathuiif' church this I'fljoe*. Rev. Pr. W. F. ting, and the burial #tll be In Sacred Hfrart : v%4^ .• "The pall bearers will be, bonofary H. paW t.^yvor- A. J. Offeiihajiaer, 6. Turner and T. HP. KS Clark: active, Pat Cawley, I. B. Fant, Dan Gallagher, N. JHundetla, John is, 8am kpi«Mof H. L. Shook and (iabour, ^7' v, "Mr. Kck hi survived by his widow, and by six daughters, 28 graud-clilidrcu and one gjregt-inmdiddhl The da ugh- CLASS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

IMjiP A / \ • * * ' ;. >h 'V'V:!i!Y^'. \ l-fei: At."--. ,vi ' j . ipiil- L_ —— COTTON, CORN AND mktiiodist minister ami wife KNTKRTAIWNti NfciW l).VI II11- TUB—OTHER LOCAL M Van AIMyne Tex., Rcpt. 28—The corn Tharbet has oi>eued np la Van Alatyue at « rapid nite tlio |(IMt few day*, mill fanners Have Ih-cii lianling if tn to the I my*'in nt froiu 14 to 78 cent* per bushel. )Jo*t «( It Is of flue grade, ami should cuunnuud u better rH*. , , , •Cotton moved mpldty all of /last week, and when Saturday night rolled a round S1)7 I inlets hud been weighed hern for the aeaispu. Monday whm a "day off for bringing in the fleecy staple, hut up to laat night f>1 liales were weighed for the day. niakiug IKMi hales for the mason. Prices yesterday 21 to 21.n0 cent*. Itev. llnrrisiin linker phoned friends here yesterday afternoon that a new girl was horn into the Baker home at Celeste during the day. Mrs. Baker was at the home of her parents there. Friends here extend eongmtulntlons. Rev....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

HkhI> ••ft®** K/W/''wW y' mm* *m Ml / r.vmm i ■I KiflMSMHBPI Mm • • *m Ik f^K '■i'Tt'Ji SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1920. mmmmMxtgw ,- ,,; J M K ^ AlRM^N^t?* FOK C MH DS < AWAY. £ KSKj Pi fSf-'n fts •' V-rh Hi-' ' $$ y wag Prahee. Kept 2k—Bail flf?- livid «|>.tM:>itHrt erf flu* njou Heuuett International _ race toere thU morning. WM ofW lilx entrant three llrttlMb. two America ii Mod one I*rltV ti. vol- unteered to take tbe air iPWfc « o'clock, the -tartiiiB time of the raw. I came. Tbe/ re&MM J be overhaul lag cioudM andtbtirtpiiViiQ onauriofat" torjr and found the lability ho pour that It would l e ueeewaury to fly dan- geroualy low. The aky wa« lowly Hearlnx. however, and It wan hoped the aou would apiwar later hifthe «" ««; SjSs .9RM ^fSK One Machine Hmanhed. Major Rudolph ftehroeder, flying « Vcrvllle-Packanl :%||llhue. and Howard Uolniitrt, piWlf of the Iteytou Wright nionoplaiie. were ready to leave the ground M noon a* llie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

ft ' 1 I l\ I I^PwW'fl 'l%"jy- :ri.vm. *&*:■-:: SSwvfl • \-t: mm V. Ji' t/ rai.-HJff a: I =acr DEMSON HOSPITAL SOON TO BE THROWN OPEN TO THE PUBUE = -r* Denlnrtn. T«i., Sept. 28.—The ('It.v Hot* pi till will be opeu for businc** in about ten da.vs. aeeor<Mtfft to a utate- uieut «*f I)r. J. T. I^>a«f thin morubie. Dr. Long some affcek^ ugo entered In- to a <-ontract wttti the elty of Denison to take over the hospital and conduct the suuie. Before opening it wan necessary to make extensive repair* on tiie hulUltuK. The city having dosed it down because' of the physical condition of the building and equipment. Some three weeks ago Dr. Long placed workmen on the Job of repair- In^ and general overhauling and paint- nig. The lower floor will he finished this week, and the operating room will get the finishing touch next week. The whole job will he finished in ten days. IMttw- from the front to the rear lu the bunt. 1,urgh. Horusby with St. Loult*. Youn ness section, and that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

wmSmSl z&i iifcii MjfiiWff| ffW MK illlHWWWWOI Z ■'!) ; vv%*vvvv\% vvi ;T&| Wm$w?m ■ rTiii'i'fVrrmriiriiir— •'■••■ " ' ■'■*■ HW «a " 1 " ' ,,:>" '$' "■'"-!> v> - ■ ! wttriA z rj H IJIIII : ^- .vm?" iiywiV.'. Ji 4 «-• >-M*-f/ii,i."ft. IV i, ' , .V" '. ; ' S ^ ' i • •'v®-,i ' ' Jl! ■■'''■ 1^1 ' ' £«* < 'Jy '' '•'' 'ffl&'jUPM «w ^i^a^SsKji DAILY DEMOCRAT, SI AS, TUESDAY, gPfSK PppM i ■* • > nn s?Si4#% BP^fi "'.; ■ " &§s$ f ? '• *>•? ■ '■ ***•": VS ?P' , /• ' •'•?' «."v -'; '• 'V^V, <•/ '"•«•,?'-V >'W, V, .>* - V.,' '^4/Vr ^ |iM 1 J. •^V« ;£■ HE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT ; - 1 1 1 ' 1 " (ESTABLISHED :f8TU.) Published Dally Except on Bajulajr. pHKBMAlffffiXAgjl ggfa wk _ HUMAN DEMOCRAT (INC.), PUBI .Weekly Democrat Public TUuwdays. . '•';.Vf'v ..'"i/.;Vv vi' Vacation Platform for Sportsmen- the Gentlemen of Out-of-Doors. *r~ wm -~e i ■ trf. "* TELEPHONE NUMBERS '■ Ml Ill ■■ <* -+\ yV ' ■ '■« ^ Stared at the | ■atter A the aecoud 110 ANSI Hi f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

, \\ m SSSS ■ •■'■ ;.J >>: . '| M vA rl( ~ jS&Ki# ■pmmm fmm jKM; ■frt'- W:1&i ' :•■ i-I ISP ,'V r I "W ■w FOR RENT—ROOMS t OR RENT—3 unfurnMK'd rooms, modern conveniences, clotie to Frisco addition. 1115 E. Mellaril# St. PliQue IftftfeJ. s27-3tp LOST— Strayed, Mack hornless jeiyejr cow. Phone It. E. Miller, Sherman Kteam laundry, mp,) «27-3tp FOR RENT—Furnished rooms lor light housekeeping. 101T E. Lamar. Call after r>. p. m. >j27-<)tp 11 " ■ ■ - ^-i ' f OR RENT—Furnished rooms Jfor one or two gentleman. 301 Laurel Phone 810, " «27- tp * <yiw 1 — .. ■ 4JfJ" ■' .'"VJ1 1,1 II I FOR KENT-—Two uafurulahed rooms. ^0 N. Woods. / a27-3ft> FOR RE N't"—Two rooms to couple without children. 023 8. Maxey. I s27-2tp FOR RENT—a or 4 unfurnished or partly furnished rooms. 1432 N. Wood St. s25-3tc FOR RENT-rTwo unfurnished ami furnished rooms, 302 E. Pecan. IM FOR RENT Comfortable be<J room at reasonable price. Call at 307 8. Elm St. , s2a-3tp n. m AUTOMOBILES R PAS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 28 September 1920

fetojgMl tfr i&tMW'fat * ■& ■r^m J SIMMK Pv '^sesBEw . ■- ™if-,:v:. ^, H ,,J« «,r-n-ji jirnwjriMi'ffT .-a- ;.nn.T;' fr"")?" WW" ■■■! • w- ^|riiilWip|BIPBIWWi>'WW^^ r'T.-M" T':| f ' ' ' *? I " ^ ' ' ' ■xxzzrzv. r.^lMaa ,s; r ' ***"<* 4 ?<n>' . ■ r . ••' - • vr?"! «re6BR S*vJ£ r-w-A .w TUESDAY, « liili 28, 1921 -T i* I The fiordbtn knot* was ma<ie ot Pfi among the courts teutlMfir thong*. I. First dykes of Holland by fl Romans. .:,',*■, ' ww bnilt Holy water wan o*ed In rb«l*h«i mm esrly as 1'iO A. _D. 7" Tovelope* for letter* ww mention- ed ti; Swift. I11 1T28. ; .■ < ? md the Value of our D BOYS' FALL CLOTHING r economy of our prices. illHSa n's Fall Suits of style and good , at convincing' prices, $20.00, .00, $30 00, $35 00 and $40.00. -■ %-> '"fev:- ?' :i$. '' .A',:... v;.--. i-'rty.:: Boys' Suits, made to look and wear well, $8.95, $12.45, $14.95, $17.95. te.u$%w5 <"' v; ■ ■ IIIImC A small choice selection of Ladies' , priced for quick selling, $2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

<£i /' :.; -V;wo ;; !i:..^t v . a ; rC ' 4FP _ ' ' " ' ,,' ' ' ' ' ' ' %$; Wju iy Mra*. ' ; xxxx.-no. s«. J.*! 'JM fi $ ^7, 1: $$$ Jftgp | WPmww #>. rf*#* 'it I I .' *&h [ijyjl i" ii * mm tuwMi •• •<' • BK^:.-| •^■•■V.:gj^ 2 fo I ^jr,; tM0W& ' agj \ ♦ New York Federal Grand Jury Turns ® ; In Bills Against Stanton Oil 4;^ ? f j§ Company and Other v J||||3S Concerns Big Smss-tabs! Pi-#* Dispatch J 1 Ml his. Texas. New York, Sept. 20—An indictment charging h*c of the mails to defraud The expectations «f the tkrge uiim- factions of the Kh*veaj|j^ "" " serve dliitrhl dcsplt I* be placed t|| evening to crowd which opening of th* fall an<l winter cal season number "of iyccura numliers a* Sherman main floor filial to capacity with su expectant and , responsive crowd, who e: in uo unmistakable terms throughout <he program rendered their approval Of the numbers given ud the artists appearing. -«%V, f«pfe#fe-teh •vv a IMUfi Htws i$fa A*s4elatc4 Pit** \h in i tui was retu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

; V, :y m<%' '■) " $ rftt i,. */«•'.- *4- ',.f npnagsgHk .*«■.; -" 0P :■ fW SB| ;«'C. ||" ' *ng5%: aai ■' :\ •V.5 4|4f; JkM >'-- •■-••• ■■ •p^t* ' ■' \ *W'W v V, •■,; *•'.;•' ' 1; :*■ ' M K1UI Krad! (^gpppKfk m.'wm V ill'Js L i iT [ >1 I i < " * ir t>J i *r \ fr THE WILE W &«. ! ii<i I , for T1*** «r0* ^il^Ww ^ Hitt' f*« glwn h* 1 .2,J.,U <m> Kudor8«mei.< wiirf rflvcu ro tftfe* ef- fyjEBk irffc&et potat^^frfoldo *ud fort now Iwlwjt made h.r number of jajuiutft 1.710,(Mm biwhel* youug m< u to ortntnUe a re ImuuI III tW i'tiy bf the llrfctoriTaf T'w^ip8n|ii^ of?i <*«m metre* at nui H''Wtiln^lay l y tlie ap- pointment of a iommlftee of five fVmn tho Chamber of Commerce to awbt in the organization of tho bund. Till# committee* Is comprised of .Tohii "Wake- - Chamber of Common* illr*ctoi* in H K that i/Mfi tin* Iran<I erxaoixaiion. The i*Jm V oot Hr, per «*nt ^miller than fluweT ' « v wag prm-nted by Secretary John h.\ 9* Juljr, beef ntecn, cii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

.«• n ■M:". VjSwfiK-.-!'s. *#$ «• trDihir fi^riiif>^ ^ i Vfoiiiv e mv* rtf -f<W, .. ^|Ufc. &'•:;•*. «fi1 ** Wiygt. y ^•T,^n^•;v,C^^^^ V '■ Hr* •'<•'V;'m '-*■ : ^a—L ■B— rn n ttm"<:ie ni $El lass Wiii'tmdB' iii ill V' • !KVm< ■' «*\ cWt®?$;iw KS^g&B " ' '. I (mm PART INfll JNHM PI BPIPx '4v 'MM- m :. wtsssf'-iisMs,' • "'-.< Mm -Wi' > JURY WILL CONTINUE IB PROBE IN BASE- $S l BALL SCANDAL. go, Sept. 29—The penalty pro- hould the players be convicted charges contained In the indlct- one year In prison or a fine of or both such fine and Imprison- :'i -;$> ' announcement was made fol- Indictments fonnd against eight > White Sox payers, alleged to inspired to throw the game In rid series of 1919. irotte Conscience Stricken. Igo. Sept. 29—Pitcher Eddie Ci- rri. Vt^KL; #11 +'■ % after making his remarkable Ion, burst into tears.' The big w. t. 5 -*t & ki^-f •} t V ■>>- •■ * tw to*,**, v '"a J f 3;rL 1 b::. 1 ( i \ sobbed aloud as the Reputation b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

zxsmst lw:;iti nil yt: . *1 - | . W **«< mJv- iftwwwj $HH5j3! . ■ * ( N W *++++** y T, SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1 2«. a I want over to tell hlin • •■> Mi rshmkfhbit- T pit 1V**> • imI they promise*! roe $W,00<1 Isfty UHHPIHMMPIP HHI 1 GamiU tvlttrtft ticotte mufti , •<'' j ! MI 2,, !: ' TJ 1 'He said l.«- ,lhl not care whal I |>hlae lleed, nmmttiiiK 2S^«2d22 ** tb#t 1 *ot what J ought ro get tb JoImi %%*wrn i'l.ulurla# </oni- **elahlilavcni tOT CM,bWl,K th* * m(' ot ,h* kl,N 1 muy ofl-Worla. Ohio: arrival in the Pl* 1 • wouldn't he ruling hiifi mjr atory. i „Uy Montla* fining, and wUl direct don't tldnk the Judge Uka* to*. , { rawHljon of Katrha-Koo?! /or the tft. vice president; Ituth aw- ry ami tJ^aownrj'Rvlela Hunter. rfe|kAI '^r,|Hit, atrseunt-ai uun*; .Yinr.r Hanford. aoeljil chairman,;' and iwhefh Oyce and <'ecij MUler. yfU leader*. —— Ureen atui gold were chosen for class color*. aud the sunliower the clans flower. the #7.1.000 wh were ...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

-—; t." ^ ~ ITTKTW • -w 'V. "* • . ,*•' Tr?. ' *wr U lL'JlllJH , Wt'Ti. " k;- • ■ ' to f«l#<aa«ir ' I f ,ij > •^/r'«Sk,''l''w* M *•*#' 't*\w It'' •<**. '«$• '^1. 4 v; ,>s i. m i^ffc' 'i .^< ♦- A/* . . V^W-A —>■- '■ " i .. - •*'•'>>• A ItifflRlvI ifeJI 50flRPBWH!s!S?*$ •• | life $«&!$: ffl Q,*T£?m'■ ■ ■ i## *$#,.. 1 :'. \iiV-ifrfi'•SSBSBw « LMjjl. yafc • ^WET*' Viv_.;n • ■ ~?i 5; V ; ■■:. ■*■■■*• }VW3 i t>*«, : •; M jV *v W>' t -.... 1 lilt 4 8 •* - 4, $4 v, Pcm1m<nj, Te*„ * -pt. , aj^-Deahoii'ii I^«It2SS| After month* of l«l>orious and J?<2pf ft* peak of "the efforts l*« *** *HM and culminated In coh*iTf , uU'ri"C permanent wiSgft^T"# «**.w I • ie ouuutag jWthin ulm«ty day* «„« l l f''1.8,,OUl(1 U> H flnW^ea Job iu- HaH rt n iT"'" thpre«ft^. Eric «? Hull, the architect, states.; •';•. Wfill Bunwd lit January The Denison Hotel burned last Jan- '"7 «■*«* .bat Hm«.«h.,X ta, lost milch as a r«>Klutt of having no ChSiI # uv™*imofctH**- The...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 September 1920

iawiltel fm teV-; ' l$3Bp| -V -y > ^vv^-U-WI &SBW*8 S0P3i !P$f ,'' Vc-> V-.' ■ " > " %*> *>' ' , ■ & 2Ati£M m :Wxgj$ SBBmmmmfmmmgm fc«s« • ■'. ' Uv;r v^''.j , **SiflteM8©.V#V' '■ a#8S - ^Y®v?F<2®fr. . v'. '■•• - r • m: Rft&f. 'fgLn,, itgS. ,'j T^fSi.:-''l #Sf■' '•>*• pSPHh •fH r—■«■ DAILY DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEK 2 '•<*** IplR — are u. I j i v iffliiispi Solare WWWv* 0 i I •* 'Aitt i £ '•'■••/ira I iS'-* i ■! ■ r^'r' *-- '.■>' I BBS K# .>;.¥*. TMq & >: M M HhB Paul W. Bartlett, flie famous New York sculptor, at work on the model at hisstatue "Th^ausrlm #%■ wW }*« eW^^t^vtowtown, .Man. in connection witfe the tercentenary oftlie Tht* statue In one of flu- two in the t nlted State* In memory of the l.rave wsmeu rtr " , 7727 A WANT AD. FOR QUICK RESULTS. " ' * M I '' ^ Jl JSSSf k^CPHBW^H^IHBS! 1 fe i 1 MEN'S mik; I y" :j"*Vv .V^< .f; • >' MferaH m%4#? srstand the Value of our - ■ BOYS' FALL CLOTHING of our prices. |H Wmm m ■i...

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