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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 October 1920

-W.V ' ' lt*fiiMtv ■' W4fc.. M '-WMP ■ ?> n w ^ 3T i |§&' 1 n,, SIMMONS POST QUEEN CONTEST HAS STARTED The Queen Contest that the Ameri- can Legion are Ktagiug in connection with their fall festival, started oft yesterday with a hang, as more young ladle* are taking an interest am! are going nobly aUyuLUie work of ms curing funds to help out the incident- al expense of fitting up a unliable Legion quarters. , The following young ladles are now in a diligent search for pennies: Miss Allie Belle Moore, of the American Express office; Miss Music Hutcherson of The ' Sherman Demo- crat ; Miss Mary Short of J. P. Grady's real estate office; Miss Ger- trude Fields of Mitchell & Mason's Drug Store, formerly (JlMSseock's: Miss Aletha Ilass of 500 SOutli Elm street a graduate of Sherman Hos- pital; Miss Etta Pnllen of Marks Bros, store; Miss Auna Winkler of 01-' South Walnut; Miss .Ilelci; Mathews of 1401 East Houston; Miss l<ake Frances Wilson of 2107 East !*• csn street. Ballo...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 October 1920

-' WA: M OSS®: K I It 11. ■ WW I I = ILlM Ml j.* > V; |D«W IT, SHERMAN, TEXAS, FRIDAY/OCTOBER 15, 1920 - ... KMsiy i J mjtmjm piAL. t""i'f H tint will rim Willi Modi™. to b« ft] titer i lh<< Nation'* ft*ha r- IJI lw rlu« iuviucli l«* to r pH|of<yrnlli )f' «u4 A l^yftoulrt not only In? *f * aecnrn tjt<> view# pxpKMsod in the peti- t prcMttiewl by momhor* of the aufcUlarta. trf ,the varjoi &£&&&. 22^™rofcJ| m hSxarffistir--r* *lW wRpJ \ntfdritf. Wfe* Individual*, are itoi w*«l Itrw ?T*W for all iltntfXit-' l>t mo «*: (limit an* aavlntf thei KAT("lt.\K(M> Pome* next Win'*;-* Taktw U from iu<> ITTH MOMK HIlOW I aaw a rHtearxal S<l <* l laat ov(<>ttto|£-'• Aimt I I-Al lUtKl) until toy aeliMl,';. *' ■ ' $ %'' ¥ Utvm* that uooi ; f|t§^ ThcnO* KINf: HIXGIXU. iPIOOTf Mtitm and warn- BRAf< ^(TIXO IX KATCHA-gCOO. ..^f j ,.v Thw are 200 or nwrt* jj Bittft'fl In making KATCIIA-K And ifffirStt all working n*r} rifif. <?r ry ilght~-«U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 October 1920

fwH |ffl| .jf PKSJi I® 1w 'jlrapy^ •••<5 >j.' nPp llil 1*3$®$ S •• m . .-fawn Hfmntti •#•*•■ V •'" V-$Jp i-'-: flCit MM ! P''i .faW'Wiij hm'Miffl IEST- 9 large rooms or two furnished mediate possession; no 1802. -■ ■:•;■ nnfnrnlahed mm FOR KENT—-' light ^housekeeping rooms, nicely furnished. People with SALB~-Bulck six touring model; good as new. See FORHSfpWB-SliiiUtly lined, out children. 12*M) K. Pecan. ol4-0tu celleut condition. Phone 1.30. FOB RENT-Two light housekeeping 'rtfR 8AU5—I8 model Ford, ?>>/• jrooms. Call lX-'s. Iff) r V * I* ( FOR RENT—!<ice garage, 40C Ft". (TMCkett street. Phono 1&03.* ot!#« w%* ■ pressure wan Canada to increase i close in; also garage. 234 No, Cr ett. **"' oil! FOR RENT—# unfurnished rooms. Hll E. Lamar Ht , , ■■Vii «II I m I iumi m I I "P—■—T—* FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping rooms. 018 8. Rukk. Phone 17*7. I oii -5|p . ol3-3tp i < * aiii FOR RENT—Three rooms. 550 W; Lamar St. ' Adi Box 00, Hagerman; Texas. i ~s ' '...,* h A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 15 October 1920

. . PPIPPPPW \>r ' wwwwwsw ,s Wmm. :• ! 1 till mmmmt I • .'i,S v i <i;Vi' /A { [f&'t'Lri •. ^V-ii <>'V. :' ^ •' *'fuMffiSSa : ■;%;* •:-■ • • ,y ■ JPiF?;'- $ r > • ■>-^'-ijjiiV'- m- "*'■ •■v«|^r , - >«: reason . ' MIC CFII ipttf.'1' ' r' ii1 11i^iivfty^tip',i| 'J W in&i "Year Today the Talk of the Town" * • $20 to $40 'SprnxM $8.95 to$14.95 Ladies* Suits $25 to $45 f^"v ■••*?'■ mnr*-vr^;; *•'- v. ■■ x". * Large Stock to Choose From. Illl1 - - y FY 'jtVWii-'; m V :rs;^m ^i:n' in We wish to thank our many friends and cus- tomers for the valued patronage given us dur- ing the past year and hope to be able to serve you better in future. Our quick sales and less expense, enables us to sell everything every day at a very close margin. Below we quote a few of our every-day prices: SHERMAN. VVWv*v"VVWVvW< bnery Our line of OFFICE SUPPLIES *f««t ^complete, our prices arc lower than the protftt-ftiarltet. mm We^have that Famous Stationery "CRANE'S" and ''HIGHLAN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

1fr r fwrwi I faifil0rSi*kJn r " W il -"823 - .r^-vTT'T/I- ^ ;«e^VfeSl® > & , ;• U o D o snHBHUt'c,;,'/< ■ ' ■ V ' V T w*H EllBil Mwf8f f filSIf OKf gat K ' ■ gpe ■; gffis$' YW:- \;; <;* i$i, \ VOLUME XXXX—NO. 71. —■*■ = cu **!■ A */" '! Austin College On the Gridiron MOST BEAUTIFUL LITTLE PRINCESS OF EUROPE With Crippled Team, Kangroos Hop All Over Daniel Baker, 109 to 0. i The Austin College Kangaroos gained an easy victory over Daniel Baker College at Kldd-Key Park yesterday, ruuuing up the stun of 100 points, one point .leas than A. & M.'h record against them three weeks ago, and holding the visitors scoreless. This high score wag. jnade In sjdte of the fact tliat Jones and Ralney, two of the mainstay's of the team, weije out ot the game, and that Coach Freeland was holding Hensabaugh in reserve for the l ulverslty game next Friday. In the third Quarter an entirely new line-up was thrown n&alnst the IJrowuwood eleven, and the newcomers scored almost as easil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

- . . BLANKS BROWNWOOD LOVERS OF MUSIC' IBEfOWE CROWD ON THE t (CuutinuHl from — fruiu Page One.) (Continued from 1'age 1.) ' % * h'mmrn- ifea MM% ■ m 11 Mm DAILY DEMOCKAl. JHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, 1120 i'rtHP n,<<* >>•«:««««Mi Pn ($Bfc '''--"fljl i y:' '' I ., ***** '- *E''f SH ?■ sS JAP MANTOMTO BE FORIALLY INSTALLED AT GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Pro1 ' « tl.1* quarter, «re J^fc^eri. ^ ■ "«"« iwt waa Bow working entire team prove*! impregnable. I>ur right 4iii(l be did not ml*. MM . ' * " 2 1 M j - -* mlel Baker wa fom-^l ti> retort g punting (mine, v>«t More Hart, i lwon and HoIIIh wax riot to Ik- stopped, A thirty-yard gain | jr Thompson and tweuly-two yurdv ill over __m • f«i ' a- j>.v The installation of Her. Jap Man- ton, Tinnday evetiJng at 7 :30 o'clock, ux pttttor < t (he (>mcr 1'rwrf'yterluii rbuh h will.)* an otrnwloii or more .. .. , ?, j'*'* inttry. Several oiinis- mTmr m*\ l\vn 11 In With the emieltMion of her prostrate, ntyWWMtiiiK ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

THIS SAILOR MAN WANTS * TRY AT THAI* * Hlft BBSS® ww ■ ■ i ■' ■ i i ■ 9 ' At (lie Ktng. |p?f |:$pA;^ Heart White. "the marvel of the apreen," In coming to the KJng The- atre noxt Monday m1 Tuesday. being presented by William Fox In l hpw- ^T^*'Vj,' In I production. The White Moll/ a ,H' N>V York's stirring story of life In fiP I ♦for tM s*ft«n work fo septals. I «W * bor nt*C his . ul ., rodnction—shq having heretofore da- 7 . in a new at claim "TJie safecracker just on, Dangler,': *ation with TV' tory was written by. Frank : HU'hard i. I I* Packard. author of "The Miracle Maiu" and tbe scenario la by fc. • !*>>'<I Sheldon. It daalft with lthoda, a girt crook pf the dum<irwtn5 havtny theme* ever shown on S I £ <i;Ht!tHHJHt|lHIMrtWI lU ntl!HHM UitlM1MWlii. SAILOR JACK WOODS. Sailor Jack WnmlH Is among the well known light heavyweight wr Pitt fl- iers who are asking foi; matches with Thad Bookout of this city, claimant to the world's middleweight wrestling championsh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

PS mmm kmm as®! ■WMMi -£*)'; $V,. j7*wvcv; ' . i T&SjlSjl ''T!*;- tSi! i*i ■' . SI , ^ SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN. TEXAS- SATURDAY, OCTOBER It, 1920. [ .... '■"i [new* )ohu of, Texne.! ] win-re IK* ta lielil fn high MMfltt nS . * '•'' '' '■!":'■• • ■ r FiMnvhii; mlJiitltm of U*Ih-M!«,.• 'e#k<* ninl iff.' j-rwiiii, 'Hit, mid \fr*, Jle- | Dniltel ilciyi ih'd 6 if ii iii'lef hoiji'.V- ; twwm trip, and wtyl Inter I** n( -.fli llrreliemiilji'', MiMlonar) Con remit*. • «' MfcjKioii't r,v Huefr ty of! O'lit <$f t< fc'ii #o*ps t#. foto.h? inarrlws fHETALLEST MAN IN WORLD ~l IS COMING TO SHERMAN. i GOOD PRINTING BY THE DEMOCRAT.. mtmm MhIwhIIsi Ch«reh win toil at fh > tW l rtei Ctiii- ppdM ill tlie nor liouiell trai "tV r , F 1 « ' ''uM^Kafc had god to be married and for who had iwt married at the of the war, Ufto now hold* bat the long years ahead. Some Of course, will marry. will brave the endletis •tie- days. each the some color ••••>- ;lUh girls are idle. Moat of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

v.;... wM m EippB WmSi $g| ►•■•■A* I® % W&v « ■Hn KlP 'witvw XSHME f *«Bra A '0 . w, '•nUu > 'J?1 «/' v ,.j.r. ' f&M„ ^80Mgb^™8 '-'W^ STATE RECOVERS Inheres Pavement Paragraphs| Austin, Texan, Oct. Id—Judgment for the State In its siiir to recover dO,- 000 acrea of hind from the Capitol League Syndicate was rendered yester- day iff Judge George Calhoun in the Fifty-Third District. Court of Travis County. The State alleged this land wag in excess of the 3,000,000 acrws which the State in 1884 tftve the syn- dicate In payment for the ronstructlou of the Texas Capitol. * Of the 3,000,000 acres originally held by the syndicate, 000,000 acre# remain, nil the land being in the Panhandle section. According to the judgment the State, is to recover 00,000 acre* in one body, to bo taken from 6(10,000 acres now owned by the' syndicate. The value of the land at this time Is estimated to be at least #i!0 an acre or a total of $1.20(1,000 for 00,000 acres. At the time tin* State gave t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

i, . m " * V ■ Ipll® :^;uSS( ' «i:i = SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, j—!! ■ - •• ■ . . . ;■ * -v. „ - ' v- :•••-- •: : :T 1 Hi i :'t 11IP^' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1«, 1J2 . _ if ■■ .,'itv* "''"" p . ■ i'i^Peg8fe ml i . DAILY DEMOCRAT mmm (ESTABLISHED 1870$g on Sunday. m i*. yfyv?* (INC.), PUBLISHERS. Wished Thursdays. tl 10 AND 111# i ^■>i"i« 11 ■■ * ■■■■ "• '? '<Mjm MwmmZ Mar. 3, #""*1 *'•— 8UH8CB1PTI0N .-RATER •' •*1 luCBAT—By enrrhar or |n Togas mul Oklahoma: One <i month, month#, HflO; One J*ar $7.50. lleyood^W* a d Oklahoma mil#.: <h month, 85c; Si* month., *4.5<>; Oi*3ear, ■ n|S ■nCTSflfl n, Tc*as. well iManw •Tlie Ml. StrtM chahA •nd a bv< rib- edited oc rargy m* Germany Still .an ifrirepentarit Sinner V' ' ■' ; V? '' ' ■ ' ''7-7?'' *r-tvF , f- r^T' « . \jwsyj ^ ajid Should Be Treated as Such. :*{") '"■■:> • ' 1 ": 11: By BISHOP' CANNON, Mc-thodi t Episcopal Church, South. " ■ ' j ', ■ 1 "I ' J I ■! ' ' = JtyKfrft Danube Ct P*. v-'-aarttfittr; * 'i. n; Ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

_/ * II 0 fmg||gjH IwllsSPP i' tufe. *■#****<*•'■' •>''** hi&bmii *■ >'•'""i 'ww*m m#v mm- 4" M J ;>>' j; i • FOR RENT—ROOMS • •■ J®'v S 8' *#*.w" >;•;'.**J MS FOB H£XT—CU e in, 213 E Telephone 1543. olfiGtp LOW^-A 'OB BUNT—Two (loxvusUflp j room ^^ew for hoisekeeplug, w!fb convcnlencesf f0 g£eebey'i to parties without children. Walnut and Cherry. 402 Cor. olOt# FOB TRENT—2 light ; houaekeeptng rooux, nicely furnished. People wBfe out dren. 1200 E. Pecan. •ft" old-dtp FOB JliWCT—Fnriilshcdt rooms. 018-8. Iittak. VUmp inr ol2-5tp . . -.. ■ .■. ■■■ ■. > i 4*1*" FOB BENT—Throe unfurnished rooms. G20 W. Lamar St. Box 00,' ilagcrman, Texas. V"^9$ FOB BENT—Two unfurnished, rooms, two furtntelied "rooms for light bsnae- keeping. Furtflkhod bed rooms. 80? E. Pecan. Lee Murphy.; ol2-fltp 802« FOB BENT—Two nicely furnished up- stalrs bed - rooms Modem, clone ' in. Phone 1405 , oll-Otp LOST AND FOUND 'Wiw^pi' iifm i i Un> Cheek between ot hep MWilV-Oio bronse around...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 16 October 1920

- - i* nxtxn t-.x %iif #$r * i?itS£itei ^ " as «*fMi./« 5555553 y * ■HM™ ®95*®5H3™1 mM£:M EASTUND COUNTY UNO OMRS KENT OK. •■■!. .SB? Tlie nceptre TO SHERMAN TO STEAK ¥-$IEBtilsBxmiE& afeviJ. FREE TO TENANTS FOR THE AMENDMENT awi Here is the reason a mBiHi WE SFLL 1 Mm0*,' MmiMmm SMJ ft 10—John ■kj^l has rented a J48-«ere farm to NATIONAI COMMtrSfONRR 0>7 "B ■ w EDUCATION COMKS OCT. 22-1 COMMITTKK ANNOUNCED. '"■ ( • ■■ • imti ; 3 HS|® •••• ' ■ •' "y* BglU &%' I: m y.; V, :-r mi-m mmm *m Howard of. Johnson County, tbe consideration being that the ten- ant keep up ihe fvitct and keep the fixture* In a good state of repair. Rev. C. A. Spragin*. chairman ol This In the ftrat concrete result that *he commltt^ appointed to arrai.ee lias Iteen obtained Uj tbe Chamber of r N*® feeeptloil of I>r. T. 1*. Llax- Couimerce In Its "back to tbe Eastland t<,n- United States Commissioner o County farm*" movement However,; Education, when he vhdt* Sherman several other aucli deals ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

Jm Wi ■ if ( /, I ... jiV gSH| TS'-V, [fWwK VOLUME XXJ(X.—NO. 72. 1 1 —; iii " ' ' ! CHOSKK Jl TO m COTTON I'Hl ■KHPli N OK ' BAI.U Committee Will Look Into Activi- ties For Palmer For -Ijll President ?3l MOKT OF TIIKVI KKCOYKKKD. AND THIRVKS IJST OFF WITH \ 1<I01IT SKNTKNCBN, & Km trial I'd /v>;** pin pal vh Si. I .mils. ik-t. IS—The Senate Com- mittee iim-Kiignting campaign expen- diture* 1 «Kln.v resinned its Inquiry here inf« the Democratic pro-convention <anip.iign in Missouri, Tli«* committee plu lined to delve lnr, tier into I ho activities in ltcluilf, of Ali< rin'.v fSciift-al A. .Mitchell fnlflt"; er. it mi ha* summoned Kdward |f|| (Joltr.i of St. (.outa, National eoiiuulti lecin.n. Pa.vjwnCof expenses of delegates to the l enii« i.itic State Convention ut .lopilii nhifjUhe National.Convention at Kipi Francisco wax to he gone Into. Aicording to testimony ut n previ- ous hearing! <Jo|trn (1 Istributed ntlc ut .Vl.i i<Mi among delegates to the .loplin c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

pi I T° ipEPARTMENT noa Fuessel of - New arrived in Hheruuiu Satur- y fo fill her engagement wltli Curi- irdette College as head of the Voice Department. Mr«. Kuessel hmkuti In eultjr a« auuounccd iu the .«ti an teacher of tolcc ami piano ^ A t**ln her work with of the Selotol Mcplcmltcr 16tb. After Ailing an engagement as rulto. with the flMctwee t 11 Comiwniof N«w I'ark, tlwt f*s playing in llisrsna and other cities. Mr*. l*eH*el wag <1* ♦tan Man, Porto Rico, not be- ing a We to secure passage on bout* leaving m TlWnd.f Wip l^ken up ta October and. • r; *y.... . . L D iijjilgjpippjif (HKOCKJETT SWBB SCHOOL, m 4*& 1* add i of Ca able fbe it41 JB trengtlito' VrBrirdette. bat will be a vglif • addition to the music circles of roiiu. She JU « nkUilcWn of ax> e ^department II l>" a VHltlr . i .via Wt -w? eeptloual talent fod training... Land brings1 with her a thorough musical equipment and culture, being trained in the very liewt piuslc institutions ami under prominent ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

IrR' vmm, ■ ■: >!?-.k.I«fiWUM f UMUIM)M'l IMmm ..- aBn?;'' *|S®«jwaiSiS?H **r lOUj iA;, ' ,j eR ' ■ '' 'e"f", i iBI v';v. J-& " CHAMP WALKER Thjtt genial Irishman eliamplon ,walk« of the wo rift, * Did O'Leary. Paid Wiie Democrat sporting editor • ^Olfjjylsit at UPOU today. He^bail Jimt arrived from McAiea- t«*r, (Mela., via Denlson, having walked the entire diatauoe. ' ;V Ablaut 2l> yearn a«o the Sporting Kditdff umpired a uuinbor of walking matches in which O'Leary took i>art. It wps Immediately following the ojieuliig of Cdtlege Park and the completion of the ohl Belt IJne. V large easllio had been built ana O'Leary was the attraction for aey# eral. weeka. He let several local a«- pirants bat him on short walks, but Hot hp and walked off wltli the inulii | .racea.\ ; 1 .L; He i« 70 yqara old. hut i* In Hirfeu- did lieulth. and, wl)V *° to Dal^s. Where he la i<t WliUl gt ttte JEJUiti* Fair. Mr. O'Leary wan entering upon the last lap of his hike from Chicago to DaUa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

.mm wrn WM mm : &*J81 Rill . --'I'm m f m sua mmmj B5H SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS- MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1920. JjjNj&roT SISt£ ^d%lrJ £«& 'in i; *1 SOCIETY ON NOVEMBER 2ND. it f ' Webb Blaatos, State Superintendent of Public Instruction.) il|Jp NEED OF MANY WORKERS. £■.%*:' - we try to Inform the people of Texan m to the merits of ; that we realise that Tessa is not really a state*-! t is sn re the Lone Star State, with its 262 counties, with its __oma, which has 77 countiei. or with tiny Delaware. ww. three. It soon becomes obvious tbst to five adequate pub- to even the most meritorious measure, an army of woifcers la ; that the genera) attitude in Texas haa i vote against constitutional amendments, we realise that, the patriotic citizens of Texas must go out Into the highways and byways to arouse the necessary enthusiasm for the educational amendment to make it the notable exception to the rule its friends all predict it will *roT* 10 b#- NATURE or THE AMENDM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

jS#fca3(S'ii. Vv *r itfs l v ^.t— .. .. ''T ' ' i %■ ■M& H HP ; ' HHH SCHOOL FOR MEXICANS PROVE= . INTERESTING"" J ■V 'C I % if. DENISON Rkl> CROSS ESTABLISH- ES PLACE OF LEARNING AT RAY YARDS. Denlson, Tex., Oct. 18—The school for Mexicans, iwlug conducted at li y under the aunplevs of the local Red \Cknm unit, 1b proving to be very Inter? rating to tile Mexicans, and many of the adulta are eagerly availing them- selves of the opportunity to learn Eng- lish. The Mexicans look upon the movement with great favor and ap- preciate thb step townr<Hhelping them. boy* are anxious .to expunge the de- feat of IOltt with a brilliant victory fhla year. Last year's team after Bonham for t^p^^Awrtief* the game was forced to see victory turned Into defeat when llouham un- ";ed a series of forward passes which ultimately resulted , In two touchdowns and defeat. 1 Ryan, the speedy Bonham back, Is not with this year's team, •' Pay Off Big Debt. ! MADDEN S STORE AT DENISON IS f Denlson, Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

RAitkFwt * *n WfcuW yy? . . , v.'. L. . a « w.-. j ■ > . HI RHig v >- . • i f" - * . SHERMAN DAILY ■ §&£ ji 41? i#lCl a' «.*, «l v: • •' (K8TA HUSHED bed Dally Except SHERMAN. T " ' "I.'-' \ MHSBfl SHERMAN DEMOCRAT ( Week# Democrat PublWMd '♦?, I DAILY Jv'« wflw; 0* 83c; Six +* * IImmn Texa«, Subscrlb- ai new one. ted Pre H 1 uewa pu are also re- r Pll 6 x'mm 'm& mim m« . •< . .,. Siif mimm - mmm&t rfm Wtimmm •( MEPpfe '.v \; l&Sl mmi! = —- Bureau of War Risk Insurance Faces Its Big Task With Confidence. mm.' Amu! By COL. R. G. CHOLMELEY-JONES, Director. £% If-fPjB ,« ; /<Mkbb< ' • ..' . 1',^ : ■ a SfflSiivffi Wi tills tit >'-i* f': I U' \ « " Y. rvi V • ip*^ mm ■ *■•.■' I ; i | THE DAY'S BEST EDITORIAL. I — *L «* ■ "" W V. Mexico and (he Future. Worth Record; Xkro offer* the bifffftut and rkli- 'inrkctN lu the world. he greatest itlen for America it IhihIim-m< l er natural rtnoimiw eaunol exaggerated. Thl* Is the veralet of John P. Harry, a New ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

%*Wm ■ • $<'■ M /--. Ay bJ8gfBSSm£ffi \V AAiA^H V V llll eht condition. liNJlIl FOR RENT-ROQMS , ■ ROOMS FOR RENT—Close In. 21ft K. Jones. Telephone olfcfltft /OR HBNT-—Two dow statf| rooms l v||pi«wk<'i'pln||," with conveniences, to parties without children. 402 Cor. Walnut and Chewy' !i 015-Stp FOR #ENT—2 llitt houArkeeplt rooms, nleely furnished. People wit out children. 1200 & Pecan. oH-8t^ i* ^K^IISCELLANEOUi :tt - ^frnHpinHp* rkn FOR WBKT—Huree utiiu rooms. i ) \V. Unir St. Address / Bo* W, HS gemma, Tax**, . ol2-0tp -Tsrd unfurnished FOR HEMT two furnished rooms for keeping. Fund shed bed E. Pecan, Lee Murphy. Tf7T t house- 802 ol2-fltp FOR RENT—HOUSES.' FOR KALE—New 4-room house. 300 block. North ('revel and Ave. Term*. See Engman, I<ven Lumber Yard. oi«-2tp FOR SALE—Niee two-story residence In Fnlrvlew. l'hone 782. • ol3-0tp WANT TO RENT WANTED—3 or 4 room unfurnished apartment. Address R. E. Hughes, Hardwleke-Etter Co. ol2 6tp REAL ESTATE—CTTIf, ;i • ' ' ' "II...

Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 18 October 1920

•, •- at) - <*? *•' 't. ' r-' . MNt .: )ur Clothing Qfepartment 'e is the reason tm£^rm£:WMSFlL ;S TPWtetof&Js !§ #% Jp ;'.;■ ^, ■■■p row Awi 3S?W<8 SSSwr? • p v' -. !/';■:v ■■ '': ■$ 0^-r.^ ■"•■'■■^ v ,> Suits i >■ « , 4 -w- Large Stock to Choose From. i : J i •■&"'- VI ■HHiglg HUH . v'' \;,.; ■ !$ ::-■' J WSMv , M'.J ; <i>.~. ■:' s J ' Wife! SHERMAN. ™ ling in Our Windows. "miii BsSf&i ,.Jrs, •:-. " .' BSraP;'-; te Our Hoe of OFFICE SUPPLIES is large and complete, our prices are lower than the present market. '*** We have that Famous Stationery "CRANE'S" and "HIGHLAND*' Linen. You can find what you want here. The Reynolds-Parker Co. THE PRINTERS. 1 ■ qfffi 3jfl ■ Vtrfi V, V m §1 2 v.: ■ l'' I I I. if®. l®i'i:; MT?, If .'■ *•. BbM SSfi&ilS' , kb. The greatest asset any indtvikHidrftfiy &m or any fcanfc can possess is the confidence of the public. No man, no house, no bapk can succeed jg grow with- out public confidence. J. Pierpont Morgan, the ...

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