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

iu V'i m; ynMi - m (W*iraH|* ■ i • DAILY I S3 WP§ • *"* ,«*£:' iff* .THURSDAY, f i ,^is® 7.1 Z . M i . .1' ' -..i : * ;- jr >■/' T ?*TjB| ■"" " Hours without Rest. I* V& ?v AMONG THE COURTS ft FIFTY-NINTH DISTRICT COURT. Hun. F. E. WUroM. Judge. No final order* . NRW MI'ITH KILKR Merchantx a ml Farmer* KeflnliiR Co. va. J. K. McKee. , «iO® tm - ■ ■ | Albert Kemp of hoars eiidurance — #. vv ml, photographed at the finish of bin 110 prop was competing for a prize offered by a mimic publisher of Chicago. How would you like to occupy the flat beneath him? >"■ *; w:* ii&m* . ■flR#*TO 2 fflT-W lis V.. iii ?vt •■:■. > mffl tion of Men's Fail Suits at medium prices in North Texas, $20.00, $25.00, $35.00, ffiafeaft. ^ Boys' Fall Suits, to suit the moderate price trade, $8.95, $9.95, $12.45, $14.95. : ■ j ■ ' - 'YV.- 1 : ' ■: ' . • ■' '. I, III Ill ■ ■ ' : , ■/* X.'* ■ % . ' • ... received large shipment of Men's mmmw® It's No Trick at All '■ IM to worry along with the high p...

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

S^'JKBT'Wf • **• •' "V V<" —- ¥ WHO USCUSS WORDS EARLY BUILDING Sii I it Admleslon Said to Have Been *ad by the Wsmberji if • J Graduating Clasa. * ' f I, It has long been the fashion at col-' •leges and Hohool# to take h <ensus of' wudu«tlii|| classes to determine such i^j'tal facts a* these: Whit In your favorite flower? How tall are you? Lh> you smoke? Art? you prohibit lontstY ■ \ At :i jr1rt«* seminary a recent Inquiry .was taper sweeping. To the Interroga- tion: ' bo you swear?" 1*W of thd 215 -. girls answered yea. „; But admitting that they swear I* not proof that these feminine Ups do utter oaths. So at least nay* the law xn New York state, write# "Criant" in the Philadelphia Press. • p I "Four or five people" must hear yon sxvear, noty for' h second or two, fcttt •for about Jive minutes"—that* the law in North Carolina. ! Down In Alabama they don't expect a mau to swear from the housetops, but the law says that if three or four persons hear you Just once, good- ni...

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

't&i feV&fts-; i .'•* -.PY" ' Bte E © D o w n i# D «i fc V f W D © %# n VJ %, o • CO D) c= te a %> ex 1 o o § © Q fe s o - 5* i* i 3 cs £ & Q One of the Great • sT ;''*•( i - • * T71 . ■\.x ,,: v V ;* ■■'*-"■ _ Questions of Today . SHOEING -f the Entire Family Those who make Shoes these days sell them di- rect to us. These manufacturers are still holding their prices high and dry. • .*' This policy of theirs does not effect us in the least. We firmly be- lieve they,, will follow suit. We are cutting our prices and will give you /the same opportunity in this department as the others. * 4* to O G <w o vi (U !fi 1 ■ ■ ' At a time FALL and . )i. ; ^-Ij..** > ■ • ' .. the foremost thought in ev/Jryone's mind, this unusual opportunity is given to you. Manufacturers and the Jobbers of the country have not made a reduction ok all weafables, only a comparatively few items have been slashed. Taking into consideration the different items of merchandise that have been Slash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 October 1920

e : v-\" . • ':; r • ■' • i..4***.v '•. >'..:, v.- ••.. .'*•«* •' ■• . s.*^ ■ WW->■•.., -.■*\ .... • U-mKMM*-- ;4'V«. *. i'-HfiESEv >< that avrful Mr#. Blank jmi you tip | i MAN DAILY DEMOCRAT I " ■ " l ■ L ' ••■•■ w Rf: . • ; .J j - Y "■ -k .. ■1 v * ' 1 ■ * Ti^riHt i sSJTSS Ihiblishel jfittor Sxcpt on Sunday. mt *JN I THK 8HHUMAN >, PUBLISIIEBS. . Thursday*. is: ; • IMP- ■■• • ♦ M #„• 110 AND ill. Why Not a World "Marriage Pool" That Civilization May Not Perish? iaMSf ■ . ,-. i'* if; rrrr. : v TOE EiitTtul at the poatofflce at Slier; 4; Batter A the second alum according to Nil ■ fcV i > .■'. iJwi ' I" * ''fiSk ■ * Tixxm. Aug. 14, 1870. a« mail 1c act of CougttM, Mar. 3, 1879. By PROF. PAUL CARNOT, University of Paris. ?. i, ■■ r ' fir J. ' == *2ti— Souie ktd.lcr. I'eddlc your po- IMsrw next door. Do I look like a Juror?" "<«vt «Mit and get noinc men." or- dered the uunflxtrate, wb*ii the eon- kUibie made Id* ropt>rt. (Jill rvfuriMMl in ti n niiuutcN with k...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 October 1920

^ •' ' i iili '.' "l:L>- Mr 'i mm$:: ip^ - 1 \ fe-f • ■:.- ^ • r vm-'w:':r''.i';";^ -. V. : ;•. • *■■ ■■■$<*::.:!■ '..v mnu . 1 ■ • I I •f ''I 'i «V# t ■aHta •^'^tTMifi frVl '% ' fe . IPH: l ' I ■ FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR RENT—3 or 4 room apartmcut to couple only. Also garage. 1318 S. Crockett fit. Phono 728. "* o<V3tp FOR RENT —Furnished apertmrtitti for housekeeping. Three room#, every- thing convenient. Modern ; ©lost' in. Phone 1060. - '*98-3tp FOR REXT-t-Two unfurnished auu two light housekeeping^ rooms. 302 E. Pecan. o3a|Btp FOR RENT—Furuished room tor one or two geut lemon; conveniences. 002 N. Travis. Phone 204U. oG-3tp ,. FOR RENT—To one or two Indie*' bedroom and kitchenette or bedroom udjoiuiug modern bath. Phone 978. . oTi-Otp FOR RENT—Furnished Ing rooms. 618 South 1747. hou eK8fp- Rusk. Phohe o3-5tp FOR RENT—Four room furnished house on'paved street, all conveni- ences. Phone 1330. o3-3tp FOR RENT- Phone 1780. , -Furnished apartment. , o5-3te FOR RENT—Two nicely fur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 7 October 1920

>,w. ***.#&****'• a■ Aw 5!'';>."'-/ ■ ,, Was^-mm TOtfo* M4.J ,■ J^vWSf Si EES 8fBs5*BSfe gj$r ||3i ,:t;.v fe-WjSU i .,4' '• flK m . •*-"v'-ss .-Jsi \,\ •/ . . '. ,'i, , . .. J «9 w saw ?83 SM! ZH P3® ■•■>. - ■ .v ■kAi A: m />w f ; 4:P i * >t ?f ,T DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7,1821 V : ; i \ ■ m. iidy, Fluley Farm*. 2nd; NudUie ke Belle, Fluley Farms. 3rd; Hoc- Uw..,laif Coroua DeKal.-Kiuley Furuis, Female under 1 ywir—Freckle*, Fin- Crvola, Fluley Faruia, Director Women's Bureau In Labor Department *"'w • • iW' f3® !<<y Fa rum, 1ft kC II JT Shorthorn a«< Off «Md BBB-ife/Sl H if':. ■ ♦ .• • at the lire *t«;k Kl' week by the OMpH Stock Association, at cattle, sheep, ; bog#, to the value of ap- one million dollar* were by Oraysou County breeder*. 'Ve announced as follows rj Sheep Department. Bock over 1 year, no competltor-r- Head-Bader Farm, first. Bock under 1 year—O'Hanlin let} Head-Bader, 2nd. Ewe, 1 year and over—IIcatfcMtfPft Farm, lat...

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

assies M rv € 1, VOLUME XXXX.-NO. 64. " ' ' 1 - — ap WmSMt* =£$ MARTIAL LAW LIFTED — ' ' = WfMi- KuaSfr&L J •*<- y J If J, ,^V J ','y , Bf I. y. vt^ j ,< i i/.\ wLI I F?M If/if IrW ) k < ivr^ Rw iiiti )in iimi^ri $KT ■■if . . . ■ . :■■■'■■- ' ;• . •> t* II GALVESTON AND THE * P$M |3 '< fcM$; -;..V ' P«1 .. ws«;«-Etyvtfln-', * as® «srt*4 fcf.«?.,.<• *> A«4im i a) i>tl l*r 'K>- u Ac patch] Cu'veslon, Texn.s, <. «*♦. &V-Flve hun- dred officers and tiwii of the Tcxhh "(ilit'iiul < Juur«l. who have been main- taining ma rt in I law in Calveston fdr , the last four months, entrained early j to <tiiy for Houston, 'flit* ovUfliatl'ffif of ( utiip Hutching*. headquarters of, Hio guardsmen during their ^tuy here, J w«h effected with neatness aud (lis- ' (hitcli. Ui Vflllo sounded «t 5 o'clock this mo:ifing_uud n few minutes after thi« time the whole outfit was aboard i a lis Ik t'imI for Houston. The troops will t • rt it iim 11• in tlif {inrade of ...

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

mm®& ■ -'; f ' "■ '- MBt& <■ '■'>*&££ ww - ■ - •-• ■ u W:''1 RHP His K «JS1 '.V'v* arM' -Syi i i—— WmM mm ■. £*ra* toaapM. PH i m siaMiii u i iT| SHERMAN, SSKS* '■';*"* ■■ ■; . •• PWHWvwf# EB®%*5 "V'M'J!'* ■' • . r, OCTOBER 1 ■' ;" ' V smMmaE: jwlB': v.!, j •■".■ ••vjpnivSfc'Sr' 657; li HHI SSrasf 1 B '■"•■' •/• '■'" " '■' y.'v.r V :■.'"■■■■■., ■ ' • ivVju'V;.; ■>.... ... ...iM1 ' 'V v., >•«:/,' •flk'Vv' 1 y GRAYSON'S CENSUS FIGURES AND ms •■'•?-TsS (BY. & c. nuMipl^;;' ■■, i " ■'■ Sherman Chamber of Coujuicw hii*1 j w>pl< u >on which the t$tirtc of our tatted * hulietlu oil Uie counts of, Institution^ imiwt depend luul look to for HVtoport. ? &3$s' Shottld jrrcol <orporHtio n prod no the food for runu and beaut, wool, Ml UNION MAN | TALKS ON OPEN SHOP 111 CM® <irayw>n ^formntioB. ^PIP From an «ualyata of ity which xlm valuably sssc. Pr Kp| fm 3:l| m Bh&P!®1 Si# - X; of food and raw matdrtaii have mow fallen to a place mont alarm...

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

" ' ' ' . ,;iW ■' V ' . ■ ' . ' !t ;' 'X ' ■ ■■■■; -i : . v-v-. ■•> •:. • ■f " a H liSPl syj^ss Mm® Hi ■ .v BOlOlIT BEAT 3S OR THE MOVIE SCREEN. jl ■*1 -$l J MMU ^S5 ftiwyalB rHiH 9HB MW:4f —5! CLEVELAND AND At the Washington. p. |/n . ■* ■ ■ ■ 1 tll<* <r«n.spJa itinj£ of moukey I K lf / U 1 |. I Khiiids into the human l>ody advanced [lj| /111 ,,v ',rr,lfV,l( sfivKt-o'im ii< being ii , re- m^KJmlU II /■ EJ Is liable elixir of youth, immi glandx l e- ilng established u« the restorer of vl* 'tallty by an Amerleun surgeon anil riunicrovw othher cases of worn out ? \ I LOCAL BOY TAKES TWO FALLS' OIT OF TUP ITAMOm JACK . . , , , FIsrtFR ' farts nt person* l>einK replaced by the jsttiM? iwrtn of fieulthy nninwls, Hie Tliad Bookout of Sherman heeame ®f hTI ^ T.. rhilma.it 1.) Iht* mlridlewelcrtif !! t f fcro(t,n« ts llmitetl only AY *I AV SATFHOAY AT CI.RVKLAND —THE KANS ARK 0( KHN1N0 WHO WILL Prnili the claimant to tl.e middleweight J "Z " _ Z**"*, ' wrestling charapl^sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 October 1920

■ ■ V.' ■■ • . 1 L '£$[& r" ' ■ ■'■ ""*■'/ "'iiiVl 'V-' ■ I*';' \V ■/' ' ,.- ,,'i ' r'^ls OCTOBER 8. 1920.1 ktfcM mm noi ,,( M&iJI %'S0:r? \U I IN SHERMAN Mfffl Rs^HBES'e* JnM-'il' ;, on: > rag SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, mmmm ■ ': :.i*?!*• fcX'.-SVt .tfWV |W *' ' ' v 8, 1920. %k SpcSa <*#?•« M* , I &/• mm > ' '-• ??• ■••'"' ••• —jj&lByBMil WW--' *■ ■ Wtl Hk •.:. ■•■*,«8®- KM IiC WhwsSBm ■■■ (®rXS I S¥P23 following liaa been fol>mitt«(£ {!; for publication. It) the lutewfj^of an institution that J« worthy the ct n*lder- atlon of tjl| ,; >'; The work of Home and Aid Society is increasing month by wontb. The people arc •wakening to the realisation that a normal f*n#y llf^lMjie best •* viro ; meat tor « child. Furthermore child placing is moch l«g£ expensive tban keeping children In orfhaviges. JTIt Is estlnaited for the complete hHiidttriK of g child by thi| orgftulxailon cost averages mndi a d more would be rwjulred each year to kMp a chUd In an orphanage, ...

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

!■ J; V BflS I " '•''i "V'ai"; '; S.'fa -JWfwisr;' •■ >':'••; {• ' J -JmS jajBsHf mm® :m3Smm^- wBR' ■ HP? - •■ ' ' '•v :"; ' ' - V',!' ■ ' . < Vl -• ' i:0z$iC Ji ■''•'■>■'" ■ -/Si" ■ ■ !•'.>iV',>','■■'■ '•■ nn | r •*2; M: ? > | ■ I AIHG CROWD WEDNESDAY S. P. 0. K. OF DENISON TO INITI- ATE 00 INTO MYSTERIES OF , THE ORDER. > I I '3 sr I I J J o 8 * k Denlson, Tex., Oct. 8.—,Jfoe are go- ing to have the largest gathering iu Denlson Wednesday night in tbe his- tory of the city," Clarence Scott, chairman of trc committee In charge of the ceremonies, said today. • "With tbe candidate* and visitor* we expect to have close to 300 In line when the parade leaves the clnb about 7 o'clock." he said. Many Main street merchants are to decorate their store fronts and display windows In the B. P. O. E. colors, pur- ple and white, for the occasion. The parade will leave the club at Main and Rusk at 7 o'clock, march i|p Main street to Barrett avenue then down Main to Austin Aven...

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

■',&c-v. v. "v.. %8M T< ' • '''■' ,.' ■ WPPIw i (■ai. HUra General mniider Robert ' Of the m I>0«t, ■m?—— AMERICA^ QUEEN CONTEST Among tju many novelties connect p<t with the Fall Festival td \ held on the City Turlc for one xve*ik.*nnder the auwpta* of the Aineriehn Legion, start- EL PASO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AND "MILITARY CARNIVAL. (BY CONSIEIjO LANKfOKUi With a grand review of al) troops of Fort Bllas. Eighteen of the ex- j log Monday, October ISfh, will be a at Fort Blfeft by MaJor General Jo- biblta were of the educational and popmarlty or Queen contest. Any and _ T fv._j._-., ,.f thf Vocational videp trtmeftt and eight still all of the youug ladies of Sherman are M^>h T. Dlctaon, commander of the rth|blt« iuiwtraied tin, work of varl- invited to take part. It-will lie con- Cort* area and Brigadier on* nilUt^r^ orRindzatlw "unit*. The dneted in thlsr manner: ... Com- demonstrations showed practicallyi Voting booths will Ik* placed In sev- JJl Paso's every ac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 8 October 1920

mM frwM 11 ■ ■ I Vimfc 11 * "A fclBjKR ft ' r'JlMi' Pft'il mi* FOR RENT—ROOMS FOK HE NT—Two nicely furnlalied light housekeeping room*, with bath uiid front entrance, to couple without children. 1200 E. Pecan. o7-3tp FOR RJSXT—One or two rooms, mod* eru, furnished or untarnished. Phone 123$ 308 W. Tennessee street. o7-2tp FOR HBNTV—Two nicely furnished rooms for light Ifougckecplng, 033 W. Lamar. t. /% oT-3tp FOB HEXT—Untarnished rooms; modern conveniences. Close In. 010 W. Houston. V ■ o7-3tp 200 ACRES of good bottom land in J*rjran County. Okia. About 100 acres in .cultivation, balance cau be put in. Leys pretty. Two seta of Ok la. houses. Will grow alfalfa, cosn, cotton, oats, in fact will grow anything oar black laud will. 1 can put a loan of $8,000 WANTED—Room and board with re- fined family by young lady holding good position. Address "II," Democrat. mm: WANTED—To buy second haud letter filing cabinet, give description and for 10 years on this. Will trade for price aud write W...

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

#£'VrV''. Jry iV Mg .•.:*■. • • y, .-s' "'v «-;•• .• - v-i/iK"• ' . . .mi •■ •>.•■ . - •'•. A- • ■■ 'V s. : •' • ■ ■•. .tx*-ji.wtv•■ •■ ■ , •• ?«,•• . c ■ :- ;<* : ■":%* . 1 / •' ■/•'" •'' , ' 'k "r-y. ■. . ; ' ••" • -V • '<•■'. * :'!> >0« >,!* ., <,<v* f- -. HBHSK *a*l BfiyifsSHS M- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920. \ :#il«'ui«< t ,<?•':<£,M.. «. •. . !;' ... , «..i#,'.4 >R1N fe>, • iMjfe: ?G BY THE DEMOCRAT OFFICi '% Son-In-Law Ap- pointed Rumanian Min igter To United States | AMONG THE COURTS •asp NHMCfiSIM L M-mm Fnn f —- m % pi tion of Men's Fall Suits at medium prices in North Texas, 120.00, $25.00,;; $35.00, ■ * 00 ■> '■ S'':-V'. • Juits, to suit the moderate price trade, $8.95, $9.95, $12.45, $14.95. " "■ ' ' .•- ' 5 'm: 8M KifciPS Slue Serge Pants, $6.00 to $10.00. I mmm € IS Women's Suits of Sercre Silvertone II HS •: •'•' '• .' tMMML ^®8I!| v&r* roVrV-k- 'Jfeffi 1 , ' , .-Jvuw tv. s Suits of Serge, -Silvertone j 5 k& Anloln, Hltt_„...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 October 1920

£,,,... • &Jt fiLsmv, raig&!*?*&%#; &*' ¥Mwm. CLEV BROOKLYN • ........ • « .« «-y >. - * i • League Park, Cleveland. Oct. 9.— BUSINESS 'MEN AND OTHERS SUBSCRIBE >rld sfri"i> ,ramp'lng over *• :.v;y _ __ of5tol. Coveleskie a potent pitching stopped p#ll TO FUND FOR FIRST YEAR—E. A. LIGHTFOOT TO BE THE DIRECTOR. B&& IkSF#! f '^Sr / Willi.fill im-etlug u refusal from a single p^&fcn solicited, Director- K. A. I.lj£lMfof>t of Hie Sherman Municipal Band. nasbdod by the coniHiltti'e ap- pfcbttod by ihe Chamber of doniKfi^ rMMIt-fliiy morning completed the *o« llolltMion of Iuml* for the budget foi the I welve moot lis opera Hon of tie* hit nil orgnnlratlortf The cii^lre fund netted for ihe financing of the hand ton ibe flr-l year was secured in «l«'nt six hours' work, till' committed havlag I started soliciting Thtiradaj morning. On Wlj hand. fl ready and pro nipt roapiimlr wa* mot, indicating the general Interest In ami enthusiasm f.>: siwU a re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 October 1920

eVelllllK - • Af o( booze: A few year*] wa* a* wtH w i'' re (« not, t w ftiy: #dlt«r -er dally in#* 1ihvi4i«t no'lnt arable trouble in 8«ttin# «> < « p i er 411* day following «acl night. Hutlly, ln<l««pe ration. lie sued the following inlmeotfraplied t«r for ^ 'dla^SIMKwji*' t<* nieuib*r BY whlit on a ■ 11 1 iliA u«|y 1 "• ■ v j w Dia* I* eight or nln# mile#, m* I entwj from e. if <i tu« One follows to course of Bagdad railroad, whose track 1* h p«rt of the way where the feet the "fen thousand" had marched, Kt Paul had tramped' In hi* fli-Mt tttm lU-COOd missionary joumeya, "Any hiemtwr of thi* *lulf who i#f rred, Ruidrcin, RnyraeAd and Bohe- found under the Influence of liquor, or; ruond had pawed, and Fmlorick the wtthfany indication uf having b>-en First l.ad perished. drinking during working houra, will ' - In my anabasis (II I may give ray tom ttDfd for the flrst mladeiAeanor; i lonely £jtp«Utlon a name so ambitions fimn «uik anapendrtrt lor the second; fired...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 October 1920

' ' I * Siy&H pro fit wwnKJmpni'A^. >".v ifuiai pilli 'it" ■Ml JSh Wm m Hwl ;..V'i ; ' ..;l:v«A vi; iWv'M :' V l^jg^.iil ;,V, vfeAtfS L) rv f / If R HI WINS 00 SCRUBS OF A. C. EARfe KEY SUSTAINS RROKEN LEG WHEN TACKLBD AND v PULLED BACK. With the ball on Austin College scrubs flilrtjr y*rd llue, Sherman High School completed two perfect passes, una Johnnie Parker raced over the Kangaroo Cubs' goal line for the only score of a hard fought game orf Kidd- Key Field Friday afternoon between the High School eleven and the Austin College JWior Kangaroos. The score vat made in the lent quarter, in the last three minutes of play, after more than three quarters of gruelling foot hill in which neither team had been able'to materially gain on the other. Came Coat Best Playsr. Although the game was won by High School, It was won at the cost q( one of the best players of the squad. Karl Key, the hefty fullback of High School, sustained a broken leg when tackled while carrying the hall in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 October 1920

h—o^awwpww^aw 1WW | I ■ f i niii^i MM.m^tiiii'ii'r i.n -iifKh* l iw4W'f I B « i M, m JV." f*. :..' fc.vtfSCU*;,-: ■ -":V- Si?? IB * W: ■I Iff *> #. mi' I-1 *r~'W rn'PrHifc'fl wzmM <$sm Z.,WRm yM 'i^ra^Mrrtlii^iffrirT••,-" $£ ^« ! r?*7n E j •/ ' • aim ■• ^iSwfc l Vf <A' prfffim-; CA 'j(i 'T i*',^jf' ' ^"'-1:- 90 :,-; . ij'iy il p> 4i .;•! Wv™s5 I STA #;• v ikp^YN^' Texas.—Tho at fit Texas which swings 'by October > for s sixteen *V V s made every of all activities ng clamor '41 80 of the six o take scheduling f win be iftnt llnn^ JafiyLc.' MkeAlM XIPp®^ " •■ ■* *- - * '* •- through tim SErSro 'k™M- • 'I© I§11| ■ffi>x n',' •:■ -jy.' ■ t i nowadays. t a-new to an unbroken one 10, the bouse- " re- StffilM not slone a million ithrough r\the par. Eft t Ion, ndtty, e Scandinavian Da)r; (October It, Wholesale Mann- the, facturers' Day; Tuesday, October'12 **■ j Mexico Day, Dallas Dari Columbus ,n* Day; Wednesday, October^, Fine Artf % Day, Mtb Division Day; Thursday. Oct ,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 9 October 1920

SjSS <£M ' m Wmm ■JKi <-4EK ms: '> T "vWl *>. . / w at Deulsou. Tex., <Jfc4BM«ii- H wu Park «,iu Clul> h^^CbM shoot *>f the sea*on jrwWwjr afternoon. Fif- " ^ teen ineinber* entered and tried out vvr-\ their luck.. . .-rips' , Yesterday the lend wax takeu by fifteen poluts over the De*f record. The lead nfas given td Geo, Spencer, wlio made h7 per cent killing 66 ontj of 75 bird*. The next two men tied In their ■ v seojree. j. U iirt^r and Ben Head, Jr.. each making 18 put of 2K birds, scoring en cb 72 inn- cent. EI C. Allefj fell under these with a wore of 52 out of 75 birds, handing him the ffl> P*r cent. A. O. Reynolds j came next ^vlth (B "per cent, bringing down ltt birds oht of 25. The record# made by the other ten men registered In the order of their name*. The ten remaining members being .1. F. Tennlson, Harry Ruddell, I. O, friar, Jess .Slayton, Oeo. Shields, Hugh Henry, ,A. E. Payton, Pete Oli- ver. L! J. Feller, Jno.. Leeper. The next regular shoot...

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 — 9 October 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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