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

Hi 920 Sw&^g Bf ^r<; «5*t':#Ko Special This Week t£3^ <mT...31 ,,. . , :.k':'Ju *•>• ,"j.'*i--\ lor Men! wwf Ji®. Two Styles Black Kid Stacey Adams Oxfords, $17 values IffistiEC&UfvR 44~ v *'■ &dm; ■V C.V: ' Tm ftSSSl- H$P £1$ NUNN'S shoes are good shoes Poi tflrmpi Hi lint. A|dm home, 9HK?S|b& CoMna t th Lincol P? Is <111 at u atreet. her ■SfiSEr t'?.3 ®WiM iK'S^u^ i ■ -. : 1 Trot-Moc The wear-resisting Shoe for Boys; made of Indian-tanned leather, soft and pliable but tough as raw hide. v Oifsnb . .$3.50 to $4.00 Shoot $4.00 to $S.M Shoe Mitt CalUe Froat la wuKerlug froui the result of a badly iipmned ankle. Travla lodge. No. 117. A. F. & A. M* will hold its regular meeting toulght at 8 o'clock.. ; — . Baker i« reported seriously ill at the home of hla daughter. Mr#T 3. W. Scott, 358 West Cherry street. Mla—S aud IIuIdd Slmmous are rlaitlng Mrs. Connie .Smith "• of Mineral Wclla for tiro week*, then go- ing to Colorado. Born—To Mr. and Mra. Clay Vad...

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

ft;' ■') • WmES* '■ v •>? WRff.&. J'k '• : .iC . >■>■'-* ■ «: ,*>¥$ y. • Bl "?■' •! ' ■' - ' ' . ,>■ ••VVV to factory, shop; is often a sufferer or there, from suffers from backache. Very often the trouble is in the organs essen- tially feminine. Worry* sleepless nights, Ibeadaches, pains, disor-5 tiers, irregularities and weaknesses of a distinctly feminine character in a short time bring the dull eye, the "crow's foot," the haggard look, To retain the appearance , a woman must retain health. Instead of lotions, pow- for Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescript Js the woman's temperance tonic and nervine wch has pd of thousands <tf women for nearly fifty years. It or taMet form, or send ten one-cent stamps to the ~ Talo, N. Y^'for trial package of the tablets. The on" is made without alcohol, and will dispel the common to most women in different comes Invalids1 "Favorite pains Saw Antonio, TEXAS.-Doctor Pierce's j Favorite Prescription has been very beneficial to my he...

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

mmm , , . &£& wmmm &i£X .'.a* y-fV-vflllte/a*, &*?•«&" i ■SSSSii56556SB*i6SS5SfiSi65Bi56iiii ■■■ . ft : ■■ M fc I and Pecan. McKlroy, .M,:j&SjpH . ~ * 1 1 •"'"""*-' •'1'.' Jl'.yaSpii?1.''1.11 POR IlKNT—Six r-x>m, downstairs apartment. 1810 8. CrOckett 81. J. W. Holsapple. Jn30-6tp - fcVi i &3 8. Montgomery St. . JiiiSMfc POR HENT-^One furnished ruoiu gentleman. Pboue 1115 talM gentleman *" i ;n<f to Jn30-3tc fii>, f"^ - oar room fur- nished apartment by elderly couple without chiMjpap, Oal 175J*. la -J^0L Catai Mr. JW it and « rale a i*medy «o b« a mcdicin* or lubllshed mailt WANTED—At once. A furnished jar unfurnished apartment or cottage In good neighborhood, not too far oat I>. I,. Moore. Hotel Blnkley. JnSo-.ltp FOR REXTV-Fuu r-rooib fnmtahed apartment, all conveniences, jo* ,W. Mulberry. ft-jj JngMfc FOR RKNT—/IVo unfurnished rooms. J MACKS SERVICE STATION—Gen* Call Iwfore H a. m. or after 6 p.au,*tj rejwiir work} "tarter, generators f ||...

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

f?rm- WW«rm.v1 •' PSr "«11v" i/.W'vi •/ JfssSBr. W IsSH Sfft «.*;:. 1Bl# WWBiaMI jftfiMBattttf? jS: - 3 epp I® I M ' $•<•• ,'i |pm|i,s« >' 8® WTOX* at $5.5oJf a good Kool KlotM Suit a kffipfjW M®M®u (.i. kt'.V • 'M «> . ,: * >n^. I wmWBKM prrapi:, • ,vi>-# ;"k • HW " ■fr"'.V/i :Vtf O J b®SK™!8GWI i,, P<^;frc% kfWMrc' )20 J. b. Shaw & Sons ■ if * (. '■ i-i"W' . Large lot of Men's Pants at Half 10 dozen Sheets seamed, below whole- sale price, each $1.50 each. (Only two to a customer.) 10 dozen Seamless Sheets, worth much more, $1.85 each. The largest stock of Gingham, Per- cale, Voile, Sheets, Sheeting and Pillow Cases in town. - " * ~ fl Large size Batts, ^ pounds, $1.00 and «ar A '..';iJfr .iVfiP-'Omi > . . J --s-'w ai *£* £ mm . i&fei <•,: "' . ..&■*'£; •i, ■ 1 SfSr .j,V %;;.■>•'•*.'; Air'-' ■HskS "*- ■BMWliliT'iHiaiiiVr71< n.' : Baw $,<••,* viV.uijSg ;^jyfiv 'iZtos mmtm j'1" im i?' -.'i • • / ,-.' "'• \'! : ' it A' PROPOSE PLATFORM Yon ...

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

■ St., Ml NO. 286. 11S8BW IV vja| ps "M'iWl ifaA r.T >ft®, .• / "V £wMlmu By the Associated Press'. Convention San Francisco, Cal.,. will coi 2.—Thij convention __ morning, Coast time, or high noon, Texas time. Dal 1a*, ^<toca#i. JtllS 2—Ending « a chase of many montm: which led through dozens of State*. Robert I*. ft'rif, government art-ret service agent, assisted by Itaputy UnfiM State* MartdiaT TTo. Miller of JMllaa, Thursday. took in custody K. u Flau- laan, near this city. Jn Flannlgan's luggage wan found jparly $30,000 of registered liberty • honda, and he Ik chgctfMr with having disposed of fnllj; VfBMMNM) worth-of' government securi- ties. He is being held ; la default, of Odw bond set'by FnitetT •ftbuw V. Davidson, J*.. - ■ *h\ rVr The <Jonvention adjourned at 2: 30' o'clock ffiUgSSMS morning (Texas time 4:35.) A futile night-wasTXa'*.lhf-in"trH* "r spent ia waiting for the report of the platform' ,*TdM ^"d ^ f com^jttee^ The wet and df-yissue is the main 1 delayed...

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

KB ...'vn'ip... imp} mmm ®Sk 1 win K1 SHERMAN DAILY Wi J—SHERMAN, TEXAS. - ' "'■" *-&■ V •:■'■; . ' Vr^-Svt ■ I ■ ; * • Imwm m f'-.:':;;V'i Friday, July 2, 1920- iW vf? is® PJtClt I . . I frrwl at the i #to ee at man, Texas, Am<W, JjRTil a matter of lj ^«md «. ** «* * cyme*-*. Mfft- ■>■ ?">• ■* r ''.. i-.A— ft: v i-V 8her- mnll according •*ulpuic HSR! SR b—: Hew many new ideas would h nor- mat, hc-altliy, i^otlve-brained boy bring a. totir Of fcUJ- dre^ol ^es t* >*'h 0** WM than MM o*nl fl- Ten? Sh&ly. Po**ll4y < twfee that number. ' SWlO farm. boy* of I Ifavel during August by train through eighteen State#, .iti North. West gjnl E*«t, mid mako an al<©|ewurslon Into ttipSfe. These aeo n<>( *v«*a#e l oy«. either* lltny will represent the plek of the farm-boy crop of Texan, Hay ttiat each of the near .100 who will majko this trip return* with hi* ten new Idea*, and that olfcbt o# Iww ten wly to the vitally ciwentlal hnsl Wliat will be the though t-iuipo...

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

•jfi '< MdU' --r-y; I .-Jan . , ' I mm mtfc* r«" ->%'0M>kdt. «*■ iO IS i pi ' ■-.A"'l"1 *> isp jMwp ! £ r «BB WSf® ' Friday. July 2. 1920. u-j—in "mi, MI i u ■MOTUHII «#* .•<; ajifcW I01$P- '#*$& Sm iJS " uie r .,.. * "i-r b'''!.-S m HI? • *ir* fmj WTTHIS theatre fair to organized . v ,, SJ£r>/^ .(Kr vi«W , .4 rfk.W *.' ritjxtdit . ••?«• \ \ -'"-S few* * it wwwrl a •-■■-& ||l| MM m;i <;WJ r ■;'®iV?-.*"4-li g-^ -r- > V 4 .►> J 'I ' KID MATINEE AT 9:30 _ ■ . i.. ;■ •• • :i- :• ■'..-Amr W ^W,«Wk". .1 ■'' ■ ■ ' V ''. ''f:t 'i" v ^,*', i. U-.'Vvl • ...• ; 4 Vv- * > ,;V " * Ji;4' • , * *, '■> c. ' imm V,tf. , £ CONSTANCE .TAIMAPGE //. THE UOVE EXPERT- ——a—— >„ ——a—gM—P^D——n——a—aa^——■—>B—————ai . ,.•• , ■■ rm ■ ■■ } ■ * . —All tickets purchased last? - night, good today. CONNIE AND SISTER, NATALIE- 'Nuff Sed. '' That $1,1 Wild Animal Picture. . f- • i ... j V., - ■ .. . "THE MAN EATER'S PREY." fr'*&&•> ^ # J.. < ifTi. F'JfrXl \M ...

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

MP* ' (TV v" *¥.■?■ • ^ S! ■ . K ' v S>; . 8,">JWf .- ■ :•' - ? . "Y< ■* " 1 'M ' . 'V '• J ^ '■ ?• 4 ■' * r. WKC&V • i - - ..... ... : ' ' c'■'■'■ > m ^ ismk I®14«Ji sherman daily i I)i . II*.? IT—SHERMAN, TEXAS. \ . * * </Wk H gfiflBE®3|®: v; ; ■,; wwrWw ? • Tvl W*'>' -•.••.-••• ' ' •'. .v-W , ......,....... "•s21- ; Slippers will be worn in 11920 I tlSfev «S ■1 ? M.®# HaSst, fi'jij ri >iv j*2£ *"-V< wm Are now lowing a number of new arrival# of adranc© gtyleg for •*rljr toil wear. Stylish model* In witln, patent moire, and kid. Street dippers in cordovan, nut brown caU and Mack and brown Styles and patterns only shown In first class large city stores, * r':h||f' The style illustrated is from Wichert, of Black SJ.to-rt. ~Un. C.« bo woru without the jbows, plain, or with a small silver and Bbluestoue or* MKmjK&w «jK.W zu'ix na incut. t Show Window for correct styles in Fall I ■' £ Sse^v-' r-^rr 'ui!'. . i1. S«1S * I • i : ' . ■ VMh t'6 • SK; MM the C...

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

| n V «>•. • «; « j Q2Q ;r 'atj/'SP 1Wm "K * ' ' ' .V'>>Mft j^f,'0 •i^V^'- ■ ■, y ; ?; ?■ ■■>■■ •>-- : "• HIh .<*p«m '-">'v.. i"1'1. Tu*> ■■■■Kffim'iPi : ; ■ " •JVn i fi' i ii . - -■ ja^a «• ~_®Wfrtit offtcM y WMouda* July .& H9 facej/ M* dams Oxfords, $17 values Mr*. Brent Woods I'm*, who has twi ll ill for the part teu days. is able to be gut attain. * „__ „ — wEftM SaWa Travl* lodge, No, 117. A. F. & A M . wiU confer the- Entered ;Apprentice degree tonight at 7 :30 o'clock. ' w : %<m., "j # i^HI; - •♦. n, '.fc m [ I | I I' % I *- I oil Whttewrlgbr fans are completing pi a ii m for a near baseball park, which they hope to parcase #nd equip at u«ce, ■ ■ shoes are good shoes HH..; $$$M, if® . f V I - ilia ESfeffy •-'# . * ste-fei was v —— W' Vjtff •i . f^j®5 • F**' -The wear-resisting Shoe for '' 1 '< 'yy S' Boys; made, of Indian-tanned leather, soft and pliable but tough *8 raw hide. Oxfords.. . .$3.50 lo $4.60 Shoes....... $4.00 lo $5.00 Shoe ...

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

mil SIS ' - PpipMl,,, fffW '■■' - « ■ - ■ I "T . —••-T J... Chicago. III.. Wly 2.—Fronh^ Impa- wns si veil I ho OopiW)Utepj(f Ftf* by (He rerwit idffiS-«t **£ ,um S for II, ' Mr. Mi ■PS • «' ■• *■* '«"• * f' , , ! . TEXAS. r =5 gmigVI 1 FOREMAN TELLS ABOUT CALENDAR. nCMI H | i ?*> • * .;. I Httd Suffered fur Twenty ii.'irj, Ekvet* Founds ami Is stored to Health. ' • >**#£*« them up to n health)' «tflndawl good syjJriM ami courage, I ,Jt The question of Insurance for Wind | FACTORY worltmea haa bbtfu eon si do mi w>m«- i | F« thtmr of an Industrial haudlcnp, hut IthrwilfrtTn to* ft re now given to Mind iiwl. hi tho rwty WugM NVn Turk, Jul.v .v— So iaany af tiro emjiloyes as slghtetd ones. ave found* work* in the ti,r«M* year* of the I>ouble ■■■■■■■■■I menu* of supporting rtuMsoaeiveM, rea« have been praetlealty unknown. Ona tfar-blluded have found' work iu tho thrue yearn elect rieal -v. manufacturing " plant ft Guild's oxlatence >t Ampere, accident . i .n ..(iti m ••a...

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

• .Y-'«vv,- ■, 1:^ ' 2, 192& •j' i" • i I. Bffcvfs; • h ■ ;. ■ ■■ — V~, I 1 ji-ic j.in E ®; s\> V" /> < pJST "litfty c&t>; i v .$}5 ;v >■ • y' y i' ■ j • •'! '1 "■1" * < 1W* KraJP 1 I ■ ,wi >■■ !*■« p ■' v " ■"> ,■ j .' ■ ■ 11'■""■>■' I r * - m i I '■.!'£i-'i-'' ®V :'«vV*«| ,W 1 • •r^." : - Money! Or DkJ Vacation Time * ? ' * ' a -••'• .'•*•• .« fVW1 **•.« .-•'*&*. '■ ■**■ Cateh You Unprepared? Saving money for Vacation a very easy matter, if you adopt one of the several plans we have prepared. Then when Vacation Times arrives you are ready to take the trip you planned. ~ -y ■' x, % «] I,. *^3 '4 Right now is the time to begin. CENTRAL STATE UK * 'W ' ' PS 1 ' . "■ J " wrajtasr • , . . ■ ■ Hi'MSw |iw iy. Trrrr mw*mm A Fountain Pen is so * •_•• *.... >VryjJA&f .-.1/1 v.; 'r'x' -iaSf5t j oh a trip. When writing your friends, ink is often inconvenient to secqre-jtlWith a >f-.jflHr !•«** * v uiiffiASKj '.'ii >jw lifc.. 'wSf ,vVZ.; . m ...

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

IS®, Usifr@ ■ mm && • JIR aKSpfc'^ MW&iift-W.i &}&k.' ftv ';■ &';'.* v IfSss •i«kS 'kf1' 1 iW.U- V counter* PMi§l$ IsR] x nh- / • \.j ?|5$g &MJ908 &m®l8 IfPH ' DAILY DEMOCRAT—SHERMAN, TEXAS. . r„f#Jfe:;SraPte: £,%:k *1 '. S ri^UUM* Iff 1/jlf atJ — - -ITjWB ■ H". .,,, ^gM—l S® fourMi Enrich Country SEA FURNISHES MUCH FOOD *$*UI All stores close Monday and Sherman help" celebrate at the Preston Bridge. p fi®A Men's Suits and *'7!?I }fe?;P■ '* |§| will help you look and feel ■ :®k QHUKK^W--! Slfpf aft t-*1' '.>7 !<OTl $pra t> ■. S T** at $5.50 to $7.00 P% * mm ,;'V 'V'-J ji Jf!® ■'.' ■ p*?. <..:."I ■ Reduced Prices on all iHKi j&gfi . rl luventljcation by official along the Jeffercon highway in Mln nesotn in 1918 ghowa an average of 1,144 Automobile* panned a >;4DWtotllJ point every twenty-four hours. Mont of . thene were reglnterwi In other Ktaten, showing that thejr were pleas- ure touriat*. Further investigation MhowMl thut then®, t...

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

1 t Mfa Bffimmiimmm ' Y$> ■ | 1 ■ , fp eks. f\ V m^:; I \..,i ; ■MM' *'• ! A ft July 2 —The Railroad Com given notice thrift |jfli take np and consider on Tuesday, July 30, an application filed on behalf of the Texas rllroads for an Increase on intrastate rates on peanut oil and cot tonseed oil and tank bottoms In car- loads. It Is proposed tp make the rates U£ cents per 100 pounds for dis- tances of ten miles and leas, with gradually Increases until It reaches a , maximum of 31.5 cents for 300 miles and over. On the same date the commission will also consider an application for an Increase In rates on Fnllers earth in carloads, minimum weight 40.000 pounds per car. It is proposed to make the rate six cent* per 100 pounds Uft single line application for distances of ten miles, and less, and up to twenty- fire cents for single and twenty-seven cent for Joint Uueapplleatious for dis- tance* of 500 miles and over. The commission will also consider on the same date an application by ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 July 1920

I^MflfelW * " '•fit- if I i ■ i m a ■#'' * *W"1 i <■ .AISLJa' ., § Si ■ & i&Bw W ure (M| i&fijf t> llOUS,. and are SgBSSHfcfeMrf Houth I we' are aide to M .• ■ ,B.> .".'si I 4 v. > A*1 aSf^^"I.' I 3K&$ to®! %W0m -OR! U ttw ■ Kj,'.''- v ipSpSr SilMtt iK i *5 sub m ■'-■fe'a •*' i*.« > wpfenf f the service* of a pmfc«Kfamf.l antl dry ciMtuer of nki «*peri- having spent hlsHftf In#* SSwf £ *X£3pt Q*i: ■y><\ rftmA '•'. ^ •,i^. 1 tern '.mmtm ^M?W • .'■■<:■■• • SKt.WsS^rai; for i^y. ■,■::! <• tWSaar | -~*-1 Hinrt nj1 <i imt1 1 1006. atfu- Jyl-We inlng ilr to or- JnJWWltp IS!®! Wr$S -iJ■'<■ St. f, w. joao^tfc room by MiwiMil C*1 1780. TJn80-8tp A furnished or it o#' oottAft in .not,,?*®* .far out 1 Blnkley, Jaftmfi mCKfl HKUVinft W?ATION-<Wn- . . < wort; starter, feneralorn and ignition a specialty, IxK-ated Cher-t, rf Alley. Jn 2« p I ft m 9 -mt at mm 'WWr&F' kkm,; ■""two gentlemen. Phone BIS i <ice cool front bedroom of udng a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 July 1920

■ . ' . ' •;>3c C;l|: 1920. ■ -v ':V': 1 S3 K \ iji 111® ■tffx Sfi Try v - * V .'«♦'*■' frVT- 5 iSWaia&Mfe ls&.. BKKflpWH M , < mm *••• ' Y* J Iv# TO I I :Vf^- "fawHwS Miller Tire mileage has in late years almost doubled, through perfection/in tire' making. InpMS factory tests — rear-wheel tests under hard condi- tions — Miller Cords last year averaged 15,000 miles. I The new Miller tread has added 25% to the* tread wear. Since %|idoption, not'jfjfingle Miller Tire has comeback >vith the tread gone. 1 Both maker and inspector must sigii every Miller Tire. Both trie penalized if a tire comes back, r ?, j" Areiy.-'tireowes himself a test of the Miller Tire. It# (exceptional mileage is talked everywhere today. Under this plan, defects have become a rarity. It is giving hundreds of thousands of usert I |aew criterions of tire service.? It is winning contests where a score of Snakes are given million-mile comparisons, "Give it a chance to show. •*HI%P 151 Tread Patented ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 July 1920

%k-m: p||; jgjgjlj Jl&lfojS ' i mfa'*^*dtBLui : .... • '* ' *• " "t ■ • -f&Wk- ... '••' rffcf *« "* ' 1;41 HHpI^ BMSL ( (fife jy ffiapHB , ink ww ' jTi>! V^i .: WS**ipR.V.\ ■ Ml HI H iWw'l i ri ll 1 y ;« uS* 4;- •;•• m «R *'i ■ Xv-K$*0[ W.J r ' I IfMip PHSfc ...... . itori^BwiSfczBI *,. :• TJ?®sW5E rfaSB "'. SliliMK w If'now put:U';' * n • * k * % * a ■ ■ i j j 1 .„ mm wM$m -m spiles te«r RK SSSbB&V si . FICTION mvfrhi tSsS )HN*SHELL is without doubt toe most remarkable centenarian 11 nave seen, and he Is about the John Shell turning a _ year-old son,- Albert, to sharpen! -. [ . ^ •. .****' f Copyright,UNKRWOOD 6 UHMRWW, I his five- Pfjji >V ,■',+/■'• v ■ -'*u V—' JOHN AND FAMILY V ttf. $<it k > £ $£;* v-; wJm >U; amm life™ ■f f'i ■ .'-■ J&i Wwmi E age-old puzzle, "How old is into tiie shade by tbe question li . public pres* as to "How cM j§ Old "Uncle" Johnny Si tainccr, who piaid^SjHtttr I at Louisville last fall, has beoome famous night as 'a result...

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

m, / " , •- '•'¥% ... i§! raWBafc '(w&K BWBH ■ />£ * McAdoo, Palmer and " " T rw •■% gmjz |p the Order Named in • ■•«■"-'■ - Two Ballots ,:V JBfcA ■4K*-' Press Dlxpatch? rkhvlt irnwr aniv j^kcxwhi BAUL4IT8 FOR PRK8IIWENT, McAdoo «* '• *«1 ♦; •«t, t* :• ij e^jjjJJJpf -, Cos « «i#j ••'.«♦••• ♦ • •«„ Ptttim r Darin * ■ ONwn •• • duo, Palmer and CflkJCRflefc^ -*"• Smith ..' *284 and 159 votes respectively. 4 Mat* A. ff KJ V ' '"■*>(. . .A Auditorium. Sou Francisco, CaL, July St—Two Imllotrt were taken by the Nationh! Democratic Convention last night before reeesalug, and no nomination was made. The three leading candidate*, Me- y I takes 728 to nominate. The result of the prohibition-KKttle waa to leave the plttform without any reference to that stjbjficfc, Bryan was given a great ovation, lw*t bin boue dry plank was defeated by a vote of 929% rote* to 155%, nev- er* I vol en l elng missing. The AdminiNtratinn ftwtHi were In complete control, and the i>latform as adopted la...

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

■ ,,.v " '' ' '' ^ aMS , .4 ■ ' ; .,:- • I ' ■' i y d mm M?W*' $>:i>1 mm 'mmmm jpapapi tlVCM ■ fir forty yearn, lire retaining | loll of tlie stock of till* eouipany m ilus kUMlMNM^lMt will Ire from active newsite j$<£ £ ■<■*MfiU /' '• i$ '■?, klUHO per work. Tbuae 'ftrejpip' |pamj| jr the right in ev ItttW orial 1,1 .'a 3 a i respec ■EUJP have been j(; : M e Vi*r l'« *r.* Au Englishman lit giving Hie fol- Ic wing testimony jOMMtemUMI vlateuee of ii t _,. tter lie "a truth revealing experleheH in <^btn«et- jtfe MH They li^t, | do not ktunw what, the law* of ua Bmmmbmmbi ifgjwit •; 'jj W| i " i, . '' * ^ ^^^1^ j|^ mffi* $ <k r J | r .Terfifitaua. ®rxa* - of the Graham 1 mil j Philadelphia oh Ai i5 that ppurt 0T Tilt '" e U M rla,Te jwww a lavra over tore are, nor can I tell what clutngew . July t 8.r-8e\ eral out last night (K'ouj- Ing the (oiintry iu the* northeast part ii# 'r fb'®* comity. Iietwc en raria . and i l«a Wl **Wu nU(' the Bed River. In dt>u,|'" i se...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 3 July 1920

%tV > • ^ ^PPfSISil : ■■ i j I . ^ • . .V • £&.as ■ #3,1 •. J V ■ An now showing a number of new arrival* of advance agy)es for early fall wear. Stylish models in satin/Kttent moire, and kid. Street slippers In cordovan, nut brown calf and black and brown " ..it:-'.?■'• •'■ .v ,Xi *'-■■ v'-l-J:.•:'r • • S m '• ISA. Sr, i■, a® • *«.«r B ' ,.. . ml ... na ^ ^Stylea and patterns only shown In first class large city stores. The style illustrated la from Wlchert, of . Black Skinner's satin. Can be worn without the bows, plain, or with small silver and Rhinestone or- 2 nament. t See our Center Show Window for correct styles in Fall Slippers and Hosiery. * r*-;-T ~V AjSl/rffftiYttijff. |M| Miss Bath Mims of and Miss Elisabeth Brownsville, Teiui., were h at a pretty party ou Friday when Miss Mildred Hardwicke talued a group of friends at The occasion was delightfully formal, the gueeta choosing their dlvertlsement 8ome had cy work, some played brl l^nfeferml social coir At the noon h...

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 — 3 July 1920

'• % Wf ' $1111'■ ' ■ l'" ■ #ip v:>^f ;:: ' 1 ilffi® ||fe<L!lfife !.tc.'*'**•;• $7?J ■'• ' <ltv'2 .*: • "WWmj;' $ P^sif fells •: '•:«< A-Wv^v "■*''■ • ■ • .• '.'teft'fi* :.«H ,; ■ vy r-* . • -v .■ Vr' '"> V, ' ■ ' v" ■ A J:',-"' ■',. "A •/ ' Saturday. July 3, 1920 -*y VA;.— rr? r ™A:^ *'.& ' :. 'f1 J 1 ,'s.Vi .VeFBil «!Rf •MM SiM Ill V-%5' ^aii *r tfH ' " mlm 6 < H Ml ¥5. •d COMING MONDAY AND TUESDAY— ■mm|U|H| Vi\'*wS<&a * : • ;>V ,# 1W. 'mm *% '4W8f 3P,. Wb' i®;i ■ mi. "ST. ea&m *3mm. 't&U m rl un\\i f. ]Mf II >& ,*mr Am*. % • *N^ XL*£ ^ Thanks for your wortderfid jfittron- && age. My next picture rvill be *■ Reference" —CONNIE TAIMADGE. Ll3tfflN... pp V, '. r * i^53 SIT *P A — ?' j RSpsr $PP| SSEK -i, 8Er •?£ k c#.. y-f.T- ri -W- ■5MiwtrWs<W >"•«!* t . i® «t / < - • I. ' rWMlWfPiPlvWF if • • Monday and Tuesday, ^ ^J• v'-fer'V -4^'^ { • ' / ^? ' '"' 4th ofjuly special. ' • XwdfifcW ■' M,"V I icVal teyo/- -4f *" «B> ...

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