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

"• -f: "'It * vmMmmm •• FRS Emm Tifrifrtj jfc.'W, ;'***' ., ' ***< ■ •. ,,,.; ■•■ ■< T VOLUME XXXX —NO. 61. , 1 ,|M>; -V ■ >. IK^jjjJ%M ■ '' \;,?. ■■'. ^wwfc ** 4f/\V* V 5w^,V •' '• ■< 'At'y ■*■'. ''''iWiTjfc ',•' v;^:V <V • *'J V % ' SB S««Si / / * * Pt#MK •%, 3 1 I CLUB REORGANIZED OFFIIHS RE-ELECTED Civic Matters Discussed at First Meet, ing of Season-Standing Committes to be Appointed During Week a, I! ; I 1SS i A :ip BROOKL <$*?&?• vIvA'P^r a. R( rry II Cobb president; C. L. Pool, vice-president, uud L. J. Reyn- old*. : rc,i*urer. were re-elected off! eers of the Tuesday (H-To|rOi<>i| Lil|i< heou Club at noon ftttmdljr jit thti! Chamber of Commerce at tli<- first luncheon hclil sinfe tin* club adjourn- ed Its meetings ill jilllf for tl|«? 1:11 HI- tucf months. B. 8. era ham was elect- j cd t-ccrolury of the club, succeeding j •I. I). LcWls. who recently left Slier-! miln lo go -with Texas A. & M. College. About twenty members of the club...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 October 1920

***** * >>*« P4M|Mfo*1M|NNMr "i < ' :■"■ •r aummmmmw *. SiAtWM fSBM? !' wVi.-Hv.'- ^ V ... • : •,-st'i; •'; C; ... .;. . ',. ,\ >\ \ \i . S, 1920 DAILY DEMOCRAT mv>m a" H i.'« k$$K f rting a l<-f$^MHW'9lWfe| would mean Jo« Wood and Joe EvauH iu tbe uutflehl, Hpoaker lilniself and potudbly Bar« on Hr t base in place Doc Johnston. Ttite combination, not pnmont so strong nv'KrogatioM? da tbe Rea- son's records abow with J(kmi*>«on < I Smith in the outfield and Johnston first. jgJ: were, of tbe otttmun that Kpcakor would stick to wba| lu s been terwe«f?the rfcgtilur liw tip at tne start, making chanjpl only in the ere t tbtt the left hand bitters fall to huQtbf oiferlitg* ef the Brooklyn TRAVELS 500 MllES lk WHEEL CHAIR. V1,' ":1 mum* wvmimmr death a ti Mb* Rate Henley. ■&V w; ib. ^pbveland Mr:V.- $jB V Jamieson, If. gfe ' . tr . S£ l_ I IP . . ™ Sewell. ss. % flp|i '•$* O'Neill, e. $ -Vi i'ovekwki*-. p. ' Brooklyn: V Olseatt as,^: Jolwwton, 3b. Griffith, rf....

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

wm mSm fli *- • I \ rafiWP S' v, > / 1 ' ■>-" M I'MIK Ik# <§r- '..U i & REST • frwn ROOM REGISTRANTS. (P f i 4 SIMM-- Sher Kher- Mra. J. II. WJhlte, Sherman. Mr*. J. s. Marshall, Sherman. Mr*. E. A. Jones. Itoute 3, Sherman. Mrs. (.'eorsp Feag,lji, M« Sad- ler. Xllaa Myrtle Hayes, Sherman. Miw Rdlth Cummins-, Itoute 1. Sher- man. . . ' Mrs. Millie l^nrdner, Route 1. Sher man. M|bh Lois ]4if, Route 1, Sherman. MIhn Olga Herndorf. Howe. Mlas Adella liermdorf, Howe. Mrs. A. K. Johnson, Route 1. Sher- nltt.:.'; ^ • >N Ml*s Nellie Doyle, Route 1, man. Mrs. Lli^le CordeU, Route 'J, man. Mrs. Km h Smith, Sherman. Ml#s Ronnie Smith. Sherman. Miss Ruby Wright, Rmite 1', man. Mrs. K. Talley, Wilson, Okla. Mrs. Lena Morrison, Sherman. Mrs. It. chirlt. Route 8, lienison. Mrs. O. F. Kursi'h; Pottshoro. Mrs. J. Wilson. Sherman. Miss Hazel Sherman, Route 2. Sherman. Mrs. j. D. Hayes, Route 1, Sherman. Ml Kg ni«k Iloyes. Route 1, Sherman. Miss Myrtle Hayes. Route 1. She . man. Mrs. ...

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

ro* i'.jwW%m. - •5,: w ■€ sfe(F?2? «£ . fe' & ■ ' -"-.) 'v •• • ■■• ■ ,.*$ -.j®,. «* Jf 3$* ,•'. "*$ **• TS?'r<n^ifc?..'*'>', 'Xtedf.'!. A' *>«#• fc''1" iW-. 'St# :mmmffl5$- .... . . . . ,. m&'i ,'.'V y®rq :Mm Ifip B' r. I. t: ^.r'i' ■;. is 4A J| ftaHMdrayNWa ;A.'?T ,'S®'4 PRICES ^4* '? ^ 4| Umpbreaa; bought by 0. Knox, M* at m Curl'* <« olden lli-uuly, cow, consign «-d by W. u. Dunn; bought by H. B. Kranels, 8hertu u, at f885. Tojroiio'a Texan {4d, row, Cold Sprlngn Jersey Farm* by W. B. Elliott, at 350. Love'* Allle Lou, cow, coo- ,!• mm mmm W$m<* "mom ' - 'in*- ■■'•' ' nfC" ,-.. '<y. - .'*•• •'• ,., . Bruf f.MrMillan. J&3S*e^N** 1 PBODrcnfc-v P-four bead of reentered Je eattle, Including hulls/. mature cow belters and calves, were «uld in the Jersey auction Monday afternoon at the sixth semi-annual sale of the •on County I4ve Stock ■ held at Old Settlers' Park, in easts Sherman. J. F. Bruce, a memlwr of the station hy CV ld Sprlnjw Jersey ParnwjjNo. ...

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

f ; ,c i'.)T --A I a Q. / FERGUSON SPEAKS ■AT DENISON FOR THE AMERICAN TICKET Denison, Tex., Oct. 5.—Before an audience of al>out 'J55 men and women Ex-Governor Jug. E. Ferguson, lust night at the Woodmen Hall la a speech of one hour and tweuty minute*, pre- sented hi# candidacy for President ot the United Stutea on the American ticket, a party which lie stated watt or. gardzed in August 1919. It would be better to state that it was a speech in tiie interest of the candidacy for Gov. ernor of the State of Texas, so many times did the sinker urge his hearer* to vote for Mr. McGregor, who is run-* ning ou the American party ticket. Fully half of the address was devoted to his interest. At_lea t three-fourths of the address^as on State politics. Heme Coming Day, I >enlson, Tex., < lot. ft.—A home coin ing and reunion of soldiers, .sailors and marines vyill be held in Denison Thursday, November 11, Armistice Day, according to plans mapped out at a meeting held last night In the...

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

L.'V If ■ ■ pr. - i6Es8!S An agent of the Department of Jtts- $J e of' tlw^FodjMfttl' .him ' :' fl* only M ' re Ms been his Inability to obtaiu and family a avtfelU honae, because of tbe lack of .***. "Able to wnrenlent l<wa*J had U < |v> ral vartt ah* *1 TO to solvdtlii aSS B8 denim >d«fer point: mot 1 L r^Si Of Itt HO' ' t the did not mi stater dl<t Key. re#' move to Bbet enter and * it at : Single caaea in point, be multiplied many rer (kirfttir the '^a t yeaV. Who !?<?* the taut U*r of apartments, wbl#>li forbade children? Who tin nay that thin shortage was not a {material factor in the cenaua n-port credited to Fiierman thl* yeau' ''"L """ ittf UTINfr IN S % fw$s i,m in niium* imuri nuu tt wm wd man bus to bun* While cotton and wheat, the two main ijoney crops of the Tetaa farm- ery are not hrlngliy; the price* expell- ed, and some fftraera win probably loae money U0a Xftir o U C amount. OrajrsOn County 'farmer ia in better condition to go through the winte...

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

I r '-■w ' 'Vfe' ' X-& ■■■ '■■ * 1 SMSp^HSyJ'' '¥"<■' •: i-.' ■ : >'«■" vSfflGKS- •-,«?' '"j vVrrMf J ; m:: * :%v it i f FOR RENT—ROOMS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RULES T*hnm hor V/ / liififinci < S 1 SIS FOlt RENT—Two rooms furiUahed for housekeeping, to couple ouly. 403 C-or. Walnut and Cherry. oi-3tp FOH RENT—Two furuUhcd roouw. WO W. Lamar. o4-3tp KCill RENT—8 unfurnished rooms tor light hUftckeoping. Call at 1115 K. Richards. • , , . o4-3lp ..., IrOB RENT—I large unfurnished front room ou car Hue. Call after O p. m. 025 W. Lamar. o4-JUp ft# ; ■ % -t ~ETWr ItK.\'r—Two ~ U\fge rooms furn- lahed or unfurnished. No children. 802 South Walnut St. oo-3tp FOR RENT—One bed room with prl- vntc entrance. Clowe in, to one or two geutlemcut. Call l>efore 8 a. m or af- ter II p. m. 002 Went Cherry. oi-.'ttp FOR RENT—3 uieely furnished r«>oms, all modem conveniences, lias hot arid cold water in hath room. 710 S. Maxey. Phone 1057. oii-3tp FOR RENT—NiCely furnished bed room, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 5 October 1920

i j&m i. v. 5/ O^SBPPI r^ r>;vw 1_1,lino;lf *OT fi'V&' DAILTD iftPNi®J 'ISllHlfrlw" IIa,, r* yr1"' per <vnt of the population of lurope aw still under brc d ration ,1H,II|.I|I| HiuM fin I II hj psB show that (irvat Britain ha* 500,000 fewer cattle thi ye r last year. ffi* ■ Brfr ^ [/••i-EE', -y* '•' i — m* | We hare opened a uirat market In couuectlou with oor Uroegi^ ; Store, Mild would he clad to have wane of your trado. l,fulon Co-tJpersthre Com- pany, Otil K. Brocket! 8t. l*hoii«a 195, 1T55, \ '.■•■/■ ■•>.■::'•• oMte ''eeee1, m-k mmm ilebMW iP! 11 pseffijev! • -'iii •• • .*?,v .Ai■ t . * - . ... mzrnt s\.■■■ ^ ■ ■:• .'E- ■:<■■■: ' - ■AflSA ■' Vi', Are Better Known and Give Better Sat- isfaction than any pattern made. We are anxious to give you the best and have in stock a full line of these patterns. . Buy them and ^et complete Pattern f&is satisfaction;. Sgl •1? \ .% ■ -J. _ iO^GENm— LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS. MONKEY CHAIN CALLED i '■ * M ' mm Recent...

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

" 'Afc.7. Ps^ ' ■* .'. (Is .(iVU:'S ><y.! -""" VOLUME XXXX.—NO. 62. SHERMAN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, — 6, 1920.—EIGHT PACES. v. Explosion Kills 3 1 Property Damage Fire Follows and Flowing Oil Well is Still Burning—Business Section of Breckenridge Threatened HMD GIRLS OFFERED PRIZE FOR ESSAYS • . IHi i '■. npi BROOKLYN ...... 1 0101000 0-3 70 CLEVELAND 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—0 7 1 V/m\ ' ' TMl ■JmMM BUR J Associated frm Dispatch Jr.-. fflmu'•it®.'; ■" ■ i&4 •'' '/ f v <> ■ • v . ' mSm w Associated Prets Din patch Fort Worth, Texas, Oct (5—In a fire laid night at a a oil well at Brecken- ridge three men were fatally burned. Tlie.v died .during the night. A fourth num. who wan burned, will recover, it Is reported thin morning. The dend are: F. A. Kell of Fort Worth, Walter lierlow of Stockton, lit., aud Everett Ulggina of Shawnee, Okia*. The well where the' explosion and fire occurred 1m located only five blocks from the Breckenridge court house %nd right in the main part of the ...

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

'm?, '-s'.■ -r ' i ■ -v. •SipV TvlS At *£& ifsfap HI '£vw| '' zmm $.....' ■"■ "■*"'■"V"*- ™ "M«°" 6, 1920. em rr on Twuty-Tfuw Pound* PntMfiiiiw I/«f m * M Mr*. 3 T. Tort*. IH'utli cuiik* to Mtn, J. T. Tfl«rt t <V w. %FV*t. <tf SHERMAN T. M. C A. GTM ";i CLASSES ORGANIZED (OK THE|WUr$ WORK Thi« pmrkMt l« Uj«- uh 1 am*U?iit I ti <-t nation murk. t "K*trHu-K<io.* #IPf .•■ ;vv- MM2P38&MH r1 " i ■•' v'j '■•" ••• t '■ ' /•'■•£ I ''iiif ■ ,v.;i-.'-' .•• >i% • ••t.iv •* n & •. - IlfLt'iiiMulM «>f 'Kuk-hnKw' no iiwr- (laugtifi* i'f Mr*. .S|],■nmiii, ill rill' family IumiI..- lit De « toll. .Tuewlay afl«MUoim at 2 <m|<hH. '■■■ ■ -I eyinlliif Mrtth IPhhI attHiil- . Mmli itttPMNtt UlUlllf-^rfl fjl flrxt meotliur. Ttil* i-lHiHM tiMM bwu m>rgtuilw<J for the m?* work. The jr«*r for work to W'll tlie fffttu] ha* # e there Ufc^aot money in th« uiilt^fe^tp *,w* ; *ald VyM. ' Hob%t, painter living at|, AWiirwmMl Manor. wm ntrktiim*. TW «i *xt V It" im%**%&...

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

i * J } t i I' I ' m BBHEmLsJIS BllllPSS ■ ■ ON TUE MOVIE SCREEN. 1/ THANKSGIVING DAY GAME BE- TWEEN RIVALS PROMISES TO BE WARM AFFAIR : mm L*wl , ■ - u _ (l.i wldtctr wft'l l* Tiwnvti j£t tli* Washing tho lit?" c-wuimencuitr Tbimnlay, is y tlu. Warn to Slitaftnn-- 1)1,s"1 '• ")Ik Pto-uouM-no.. • Its victorv over tjSUI ^,r°.lWl * «? lw ' truthinl C.ku-1. Muiuklij'«?®r *«f: uewap.ipw reporter'* Tlu> title is taken from u quartet of word* that strike homo In heart of ev- ery uewxpajHT maji ^"Co Ami Get It," Greenville Hlgli School foofliuU maunders have already tufa tie nrruujje- ( iheutn for tlie etnu'terlng of a special" "-train to Sherman on tiie occasion of the seventh annual Thanksgiving foot- ball ffanie between ' OreeuvlUe ami N^erjufm lltjyh School to be 'playeil Jj#ro thiH year. Tills is the infobbutiou reeelved in Sherman, nntt~ -ft "Ik also learned that not only the entir«„Atu dent body, practically, but a! hf or ^ore foot hull fejw from ■will accompany ami "root"' tor u...

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

^ BP ,-«~v !--',fiMi*'*«a,yiv T ■ ;vS^ >"*«•• : <m.iT ifciwww iMi BE3™tt<5ssfciffl^AraHi!flPP'MHIP1FP9M8P1PIP|lflSFP8 i f or, to weloonw Mm. r ro*u, who hud Jo#t rehired from it Huiuim*r tay amoil* nrfjrtJv** III utImt ■ Nt;i((•)*. Sfff. a . ■ ;rv' •. >J 'VV'vV^^Lh week Imu Jx-fii (IcNiK- "tire ; Prevention fg Wert" hi by proclamation of Governor At a ropftln* of the National Mannfactar^. Awoeiatlon, A. Hall made the following of the fire tax witr tlia ten tax, which brinir on tln> Revolution: - 1TT6 the American people re- ngaliiNt a tux. It wo* «t> ;«*• tremety mull tax; It^ould not baw* been biiMlennome to pay it, bnt It wi* abhorrent in prltnelple. The American people of today are paying, without protest, a npeolal tax of onr own lery-J fng that l* heavy enough to be a bur deu on many of m. TUe different •eems to Me In the fact that little J on tea waa announced hy royal procla- mation and talked abont In every fam- ily in the land, whereon thin greater tax tha...

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

H D H ■•/ic'-nga M 4 * . r- . • ' '• mw Mm *• • V-' ■• ■ • ti | .. . Sis ' ' th: |w| M%jl| fM • ®W rwte DENISON OUTGROWS WATER SUPPLY AND —MUST PLAN FOR MORE DciiInoii, Tex., Oct. 0.—Tho city of Penlsou is uxiiif? two million gallons of water per day, and at this in at consumption the future transportation of water from the reaervoiro must be looked into for within a few month*, xlM>uld tho city continue to increase in population and in the eoiiHumptlori of water additional water mains muxt Ik* installed. When tiie present mains were installed between Denison and. the Raudell reservoir many persons believed the main would be large enough to accommodate the city for1 many years to come. This main as well as the one to Waterloo will not foe' adequate next year, at least from the present outlook of the steudy growth of I)cuison. The matter was placed before the City Commission last night by Mayor Coleman. The Mayor snid, the mutter was one of serious thought. Denison has an adequate...

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

PNi ,mbbm5B53 w^im^A H«w§>.; *8fe . #«i raM |M I $&§&$?• J4& kwv&h- M - ... '• i m.vi«! «r««r i 110 AND 111. n. Texas, A U> tt* net of +~* Wfffi * • Roosevelt Forest Devoted to the Stu -% *" - A- I - White of Whileaboro. ■■I' ddgri 'mm. tal Station itd Life. ' p* *rrv .>>.• ' ' O orjce V. Acton went to U'liUcj^- {boro WwliiwMhijr to attend the funeral of A. tu White, * former citizen of Muit filaci'. who diwl at his home III Ournnt. <>lcla., Tuwlay, at the age of 77 yearn. Mr. White wa a bou yf the man after whom Whiu-sboro was nam'd. . He in ^arrived by three daughter*. Mrs. Ida Wilkin* and Mi*. WMPIfll H# experimental'Italian, m fv By Cp^ES C. ADAMS, Director. [ or if Tm awl Oklahoma 1 Kii^ 1H Hi Si#' months, — One month Oklahoma nrireJy Sherman, Texas, as well as P Coi. Theodore Rooscvelfa interest in wild life is to be perpetuated *! ntrtkwi to tfco Ma fer 1 otherwise credited In tliiB IP lights of fepn^lh atlon herein f i $? ■ , ';? | pertive T...

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

ntf i!t. mi s i Si SHERMAN DAILY FOR RENT—ROOMS roil RENT—1Two uufnrnltilMd Him two light housekeeping rooms. 802 K. Pecan. oft-Otp — - v - - - ' '* FOB RENT- Furnished room for ouo or two gentlemen; conveniences. flKJ N. Travis. Phone &WX o5-3tp FOR, RENT —To one or two ladles' bedroom and kitchenette or bedroom adjoining modern bath. I'hone 078. oS-Otp FOR RENT—Furnished housekeep- ing rooms. 018 South Ritjhk, Ft one 1747. FOR RKNT—Four room furnl*!**d house on pared street, all conveni- ences. Phone lft3t). oS-3tp FOR RENT Phono 1780. -Furnished apartment. o5-8te FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. 002 Lee Ave. o5-2tp Foil RENT—Two nicely furnished bed rooms, modern conveniences, 2'<3 blocks of square. Phone 12«W. o.'-Otp FOR RENT—Two rooms furnished for housekeeping. to couple only. 402 Cor. Walnut and Cherry. o4-3tp FOR RENT—Two furui|hed rooms. aid W. Lamar. O+^KP* FOR RENT—8 unfurnished rooms Tot light husekeeping. Call at 1115 E. Richards. «V- 'M'V$ o4-3tpy „ - . 1 ,t. FO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 6 October 1920

MPlii ' ' ^^$61 *vftf . >• Aval ^ y .. ♦♦« ♦>- ■ * .y'; £Pl '•■ :imfa&.-:.'> •-•4(5. ■■''< 5' t! '.• :•' i>i ■>■"/*' ' -S'.' SHERMAN DMT D • We have the latest and best selec- tion of Men's Fall Suits at medium prices in North Texas, $20.00, $25.00, $35.00, $45.00. 3&S& i Boys' Fall Suits, to suit the moderate price trade, $8.95, $9.95, $12.45, $14.95. mm m P®! Just received large shipment of Men's Blue Serge Pants, $6.00 to $10.00. Women's Suits of Serge, Silvertone and Broadcloth, neat styles, at $25.00 to $45.00. 4 EXSTEINS' Agents Home Journal Patterns. SanitaxyjfVUl Costing Full Stock lust Received • '■ Jlfft ' <,>t/ ' ?'• '7 '*'••• * * f 4 ' ? * Scull, Swain & Wallace Autumn Apparel —Modes that are especially attractive —Prices that conform to this store's airti to satisfy every customer. Hie Autumn Fashions in Suits and Coats are indeed varied. We are show- ing a splendid range of Handsome Tail- ored Garments, masterfully developed mode...

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

SfOT ■ v I —— ■■. . ■ ta^«J*''" ' V-' •'V ' -'K ■ i Khk'* SSifg S aSHS®0 H*.' .''- V „-i,'*•;■, Mils «^1 H. .Jw^$w§ * f«r'f I KlaaffS M& LaX* J. N Nat* at Wff It K Gathers 1,500 Bales of Long /; ' Cotton From 1,000 Acres of South Texas Land AwMtlMI ItW f)UpatchJ •- .; ^p' ' " Gregory, Texas, Oct. 7—former President William Howard Taft prob- ably can testify as to tb« financial value of tlit* long staple cotton. One flel<| of 1,000 uctch of the Bennett Va- riety on Mr. Taft's ranch near here, this year yielded 1£00 bale* of long staple cotton which aelis at * premium over ordinary Htaple. More titan 22,000 bales of cotton from fewer than half that nnmber of acres liave beeh ginned on the Taft ranch this year, according to a report by Walton l'oteet, bead of the agri- cultural department of the Texas Chandler of Commerce, who recently inspected tlie Taft farms. ( However, only 1,000 acres on what Is known as Farm No. 21 were planted in the Renaett long staple variety, ■ which h...

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

Mil IW* mny.^Jfc iUM'll!. UN WKill Sh |H. certifies to C«Mrtij «xact number of people iu each will tie taken op by flie Bou «f Repre«eutativo« at it* routing «es- ■ion and during tin- coming year the body will by law fix ttfe number of congressmen from each State. There whether the Dbem of mi House «f Represenli- now fixed at 4S3. should not be jfjpl "" « i 'flsroat f StSFf v 5&S .. lament aria n« ait too large Idy a lwdy. 1'eopledf some ful thiil their reprOsen the House might be cut d<*wj I any reduction. HwlKM j in 1790 n>r u^ffi o^r was fixed at 65, each represent- ing approximately 30,000 people. T|,, | number hn< Increased with each decade. o« census return*. tuittjj | | each of the jfttenl 4S$ mcmbcrf >f when they meet th« T. OrTHor the Hmwe reprwetff, approximately M Wt/M " *Sj£m 211 jS77. The actual ratio of reprc*en. Option rarhss from 80,208 ■-ln1N«*ai^.jM 228.027 In Washington. Nevada. I «•!- i ware. Wyoming and whose popilntlous were lew* than the number...

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

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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 October 1920

IS il«eL«E0St5BF<5 umm T^ ®s« 1 •SfiWs M Ha . uaiu 7.1120. %■ 11',;v;,:"*I ' PP ' • HS if. ,vSP 1 s+ *< I If, I w Pi S'tff ,■ : . ' • - •' Tlit* Cluirle* U- ''^Hiuiuoux Pwt No. of tho^ Americau Legion. i§m made arrangement* to bring the C..A. fortliam Exposition show# to this week, beglnuiiiK Monday 18. This i the largest i lion of itn bind in ex intern*, its own ** train of thlrty- «nU when it mukes its bow in audience w|H hare been itinuouN tour of ninety-five of j w<*eka, a record that no other orgunl- ng( siation of near it* wire haa ever come j « the anywhere near approaching. From j the State of MiciiigBii to the Pacific. ^SbeS^?? comtul w*mM its altogetii- I clarify those obll- *t want to tarn my ■ ■ ' College Hill Literal? Club. Air*, Carl Poole. Incoming president of the College Hill Literary Club, wan greeted by a full ^attendance of the membership at (lie opening meeting, held in the home of- Mrs. Vernon Brown >\'edne day afternoon. $$ Because of the removal o...

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