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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 October 1920

I:IJ mi ; v ■ ( • V ' i 1 ■ IEXT—One furnished llherry. Phooe Cfl —— S$fP)S-v 111! RENT—Front room, private en- 1 cloee in; gentleman only. 111201 ^ I KENT-fwo nicely " furnished , modern convefcieaa stt Htreft. Phone 1201 tJl •' ' sv; ' ; , ■ y, ■ - V lWPUMlL1. ■ > • ■ l M RENT—Two nice upstairs! ! rooms; unfurnished; jnrtlM loyed preferred; no rhUrireifa 4IT |h Travis. o28<8tp RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. |ate entrance. 303 East Pwan. o28-2tp I V^rrnr? L\75 )M FOR RENT—208 East Pecan It Modern conveniences. > Phone - 1 o27-3tp i> UNFtlRNISHED ROOMS for at 302 E. Pecan. o27-6tp >MS WITH BOARD—Nicely fur- ed south- l>ed rboms; first class la, home co4ki*j&, Minltpd nam- close In, s)I conveniences. West berry ptreet. Phone 1721. o23-7tp zzzism w 7.07 7.40 7.T8 8.« M$ 8 02 S NICELY i, modern conveniences, . 2 1-2 ks fro in square. Pfcpse 1258* oW-lltp WANT TO RENT V - <"*>«* .«v-.v r ' •' -f* • . i ■ : "'tn r '«;■ TED—To rent, pi* no suitable for practice. C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 29 October 1920

, A i#h < RABBI WISE TIRZAH mmmm WfK $•<$# RkH HMW tl.;.f ' *W ME KaSfiPv v * ipiiiii. llPflr I PAUT PEMOCRAt. iUEKMAW, Tim HUPAT. OCTOBER tt, ! *•■ m qjm mmrn the H< itl.v II •, <1 i<i w^Skm 1 ■ • ., mm ■,.' v ,i '.. s ,!'•: • -'f" 'J« bead of the to u the other night with a One arhlcb icterlstfe of his father, th« Hebrew Union college 1f/LM dinner at Hence of 1. P. Morgan. The of prominency In <tf public endeavor. The quite Informal, and the ad- approprlata to thla easy W- " f:": , wM;4 «l tba Influence of the ork Ufa bad elicited whan one of tba < *' etory. "I dreamed.* I he, "and want acroaa tba Pettr met nrt on tbf rtrar agked ma If I would prefer heaven or tba Hebrew him Td took them both Ha naked ma which flrat. I aald Td aaa the ao ha led ma to waa talking bnetneee. d tare to aak him Christian heaven, la Juct like Hew York,' I story bad received tta due p04 laughter. Rabbi Wood ik. nt la aomethlng of n no doubt." aald he, "that n dream very almlr that ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

<"y) ...,. , •.*,* n$ii MBroflj .v wp> l':\\ - ®S- mm?* rwpr K . &;":• 'ig 5? VOLUME XXXX—NO. t2. SHERMAN, !(2(i ;< i- S/5 Democratic Presidental Candidate Will Be Given Great Demonstration, a" Torch Procession Being on '.#J$ the Program.Tonight L\ \4 — f " _ # "^tvlnfe/l I'rmit Dispntrh I"bUngo, Oct. 30- -Vivo gpccflivx in! ClihagO, out' In Gary, Intl.. and un ! tinic torchlight parade are on the irMtlt' of Gov. ('ox today for the wilUlnp of Ids campaign for the pros* j Ulcney. . i Oih« of tin* greatest demount rat Ions of the campaign Ik planned prepare- lory to the evening speech at the Coli- seum, Where Gov. Cox's opponent, squalor I larding, was nominated. The Governor's first address Is to j women ;ii a theatre, under the auspices of the Chicago-Women's Demoeratle v. ommittec. at noon. At 2 p. iiv he I* lo spe.ik to a throng of steel work- ers nt the (Jary steel mills, returning ouh klj to Chicago for a speech at the l'alton ^ymuaslum. Northwestern Cnl- \> isit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

HBSw V- bNHBsssS; &. Inoi '" ' , ': 1 *'f ]?. ;S2 - ' ■ |K Smith. ': K. X. -Mnlki'v. i' II. KparcnlHTi?. wwr, jot* KiuKHl.crry, -..wmt ®Spl ' •' Earl Wltarton. (if Piihlic Iimtrne- Hair, Virgil mm f.; '-V ... pwip, mot J ®fll flll ^5® rmm i* m t'\, 'H fl a if !iki ,f! r te I 4ts ■IsU i /« RBI m 1 & '.'. II ^ V: m~ itM mf ItOAr- JCr than formerly, owln* lar«Hy to trie fact that the Aiuerk-an Party wan lu the lleltl, and thin In (<oiui«Htioii with let that a constitutional amend* a Ino has foeeii nui>porte<l re cnui|NiiRiu and presi- are to Iw vptwl Itpon expected to hrtng ont a larger vote la proportion thla yt*n> klpr.^ Texas haa twenty presidential and Wee presidential electors—two at large and eighteen by districts. No Texas national senators will be Voted upon #i|, flie incuiuttfuftH Vtrtti are holdwors. Eighteen congressmen, two at large, and sixteen by districts, ffe to be voted upon. 1 '' Throe amendments to. th«*state I M:'4 would remove the limit of tax^s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

$ ^ . . U ~-; " ■■•' •■^ P'1il,'"'''s v • >:-' ' :•; "" fSfr*: << ;'< ; ' K.'v< ^ . j^^'V ■' . ■ -■• •"-g--^-i'js&v%--'*i||ggi ^ 'v- • ■ • ;• -••_'> ;■ - ■-' wjfflM \ KaH ft - 2- SHERMAN I' ,! W > / T I ON THE MOVIE SCREEN. i . . fc 1 •1 I ( I'll* < nuiitr.v I inn <?fHf r« r.'Xi f Ik tt<-\vs|H«)M>r ^nitcr, 1«kL? i(ii Im- ttir lrHfji!> uHrutrifta at. tliej. And Ii.:> ry n <,u < i, W {<sh!!!urt<.ij TJi'.'.ttm oil Mojnikj' ana iVtmhty. '•'■'■* v ,*.,. Ttils • i.s a story of t| i WVxterti wtisfrA mill a huOiVl love iot ;i woutnn, and Wfts tllri'dt'd by Marshall NrLfiw. who i jtrohjlrtv <>iic of thiV trr<\t{(*jdi.<H- n "tor;; ut tcKtajr. Mr, N> ibui Imjm 'jin£ nuitil <i'Ktli>«t (rii ntphN iu 1:1a lat'rsl"I'ltr itivfer's End,-' juufi "'^< /t ,Kr >r M{trt%" and in* "Tin; .jPCWuJ? f UrnfiN 'l.t til In .Itr 1mm uns^jntoiit a jirdMViiiffit utst; whit'ii iriMude* T«u* Kr. frM, fauinir-i Mr'tois | iff;iyiil: yj •4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

v: .m Mw. Hay Tillman I® >-!Sv rTt* Atnerl- auto,' tmiav Nation harbor tfef will leave * on for Denver. Colorado, to u* National Council of Jewlab which will usseinble lit tnat fti^ In a fey d yi It la the occasion -"'m' oi the trl-oiinhil conclave. WM&ii mm (mjsnpj! Mm0m ■ •.r;' J M Anno here of Vrl K. Mr: Announcement. ^r? menf has been received approaching marriage of of Oklahoma Olt.v and *t. 80—The Amerl- nnto and the Oh- Delawana dashed race of the Interna- regatta it ft o'clock Mr , Lillian Pauls llnrdln of Galves- ton. the wedding will take place Oef. 30 at the home of the bride's jwrents, Mr. and Jin*. I'. U. l'auls (n Uaiveston. Mr. Mel i m in in a graduate of Aunt In College at fclhcrqiun und also of the I«aw Departinent of the I'ulverslly of JfWaa. The brlde-eleet Im a graduate of Kldd-Kejr College at Sherman, Tex- :i - I >;i I In s N'ewa. Mix. Hardin wax well and popularly known In Hhertnuitj noeial circle*, hav- ing visited liere a number of I linen af- ter h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

m m***™ V ' V. • i L ' "" 1 i n^gg H SWSIlHs®®8^ • rMi '^|S|"4 Vl' V : ■ •"s;V :.:, '"/• •*-' ,' ' Sw I .' Tif>wgiiW4w WORLD WAR VETERAN DEAD MEKMAH DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHEMIAH, Tl JK OCTOBER M>, Wl I f; lot s. Denlaon. Tex., Oct. 30—George Brunett, aged 82. Uitnl *%■ 10U We«t Shepherd street yesterday' afternoon at 8:3 >- o'dott. Death was caused from heart failure. >£r. Brunett was one of Denlson's fine young men, and was odunited in the Deuison High School. Ho responded to the call of his country und loft Deuison with the first company of boys, und was assign- ed to Company A, 359th Infantry. H« saw service in France for nine months, nud was returned a casualty, suffering from the trouble which caused his death. His many friends in the city regret to learn of his untimely end. Two brothers survive, Frank ttrn- nett. of Waco, and Hurry Brunett of Norman, Oklahoma. Also one sister, Mrs. Henry Bankstou, El Paso, Texas, and two aunts, with whom the de- ceased made Ids home, M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

m Mm JKJiTJ Y^: i, g . lMp$ — ■Miis-rfr' V* TEXAS. (INC.), PUBLISUEB8. i\j Democrat Ful>lt lie<l Thursday*. HMBSH i, , TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920 By* wM/i" . ' V- I 4UMLMH a U }•••••««« M • II •••••**#«•♦•••« i 110 AND 111. ! kn'd Expedi- tious Movement of tl i titlTk ftlce tt Sherman, Tp*h«, Au|. 14, 1879. ** , tn*l ■ according to ttS'att of Co<igT*na, liar. 3, 187 . r^-mn SUB8CBITTI0N ^ IAT--Tty carrier or In T«tta* mid Oklahoma: <Oi a.'niofWftt ,v 4.(K); One T«r ftij. Heyunil Tcxn# niid jJteggM* lilta: Oue mouth, 8%; Six month* 14^0; Oi* r***', ■ ■ ' m\ -mp^p t^'gfS*BBrito Democrat, Publfobt-r*, Sherman, Tc*aa. Snhacrtb- m *> > TATlVE MARTIN B. MADDEN of Illinois. ** (ring aUdreaa changcd ptoan iwl ^ ■'-V, ? iiSLw^ I WW 8jr£r' V Av*«!'ui-"'- KkPp- glre oid addreaa aa well aa how PRHSS7- Tt lA*Ho.-i te«i freaa la at Ion Of all news dlapatchea i-redltiv if* paper and al* the local newa publish^ of apedfatl dlspalchea herein are also re- VMI 1 • 1 % The work...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

ffe>- Sw FOR RENT— '•LJ- 1 r— FOR BENT-rOne fnrniahed room. 210 w. Mulberry. Phone (Si, .o28-3ip . *; "'.ly"'1" "'uli i"!'.],."'!'!." nw' w.i.i,w I.IIH.B .i ■ ■ .11 v FOR RENT rront room, private en^ trance, dose In; gentleman only. Phouc lt2 >. * - o28 3tp- 1 1 y '.v * ni 1i FOR BENT—'Two nicely futnl-* bed rooms. modem convenience*. South Crockett street. Phone 1207. ol^-Ctp TWO Kl KMSHEl) ROOMS for~mit at 415 \y. Tennessee, oj^Kftp FOB life XT—Two nlee upstairs bouse- keplng looi^s; unfurnished ; - parties employed preferred; no children. 417 South Travis. o2S-3t FOlt ltENT--Sonth bedroom on ear line; all modern convenience*. Call at 1400 Crand avenue. o28>-3tp FOB BENT—Furnished IhhI room; all convenlem-es, near Frisco shops and Austin College, 1203 East Blcliard*. Phone 730. o29-3tp . "T :— FOB BENT—2 or 3 unfurnished rooms, also garage; close In. 224 'N6. Crockett. o20-3tp FOB BENT—First floor apartment, four rooms unfurnished or partly fur- nished. Phone 133K. o20-3l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 30 October 1920

fet? wsmm mm IMffi m NH9 { ■ i St? W . v !®HswS$ ss •W'iSBMfc .. .■, , "K \ t: :(Sra!@s';".'(Ottf-'SpJ-. ,Si;,'.' • • %•+ ,.' . ■ .; &';■•■ .- ;■ ' :-v •,;•:•' • '*W;,Vi - ' *>y ffBPJ SEE ODR SPECIAL IN MEN'S FALL SUITS Many s/y/es and colors including Sil'.-'f niW ' ■■v ! *■' , sl^WWHP EwK s. rawir - j-i _ i*$?H Among the Court* i See Our Boys' Suits, from $6.00,.all grades «p to $17.45. / nmKMNTH WSTKMT COL'HT Hon. F. B. Wilcox, Judfr. No final order*. NEW 81IT8 riMSD, M J. Luuilreth nfeMii LuuUrsth. divorce. Cora Thouiax vh. Heiiumi Thoiua*, 41 force. "T * Mr*. N. O. Crtagnr Pearl Ha wk- * partli ion. . I. Wrtl* vh. II. O, W'ollf. 4|vori;e, • Hl-y CLUBS WORLD-WIDE #am& mm® mmmi ; f• -ps, I .T ! S ■' ,n „ ~rr : ^ , Our Men s Overcoats, $15.00 TO $35.00. fR AUImou vh. <jrw to tvc. 4 l%5i^p sma ' wgv.-v .: - «♦ • . i ' fti i • INTKFN VrUlNM IIOYfP WKB- tahy \nmricssr* mkmijfjln - r w wp {^IBBRM.IN am. ti'*,. ./V* a^'ViK ' *> ■ /' World'* Highest Villaga. The Iftil# ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 November 1920

- «,•*. 4>*> • , r:/r *; ^ j ,.• ' , iV. ... ■ - .« f*JM;% mauM ill I n: HQ? % IP? JP* Ma/Emm m >•; Bstl! ■ ■ 1 V w IN 'i "X S*. W&s *fc EB7k?X> jfflWHP $I§|| ■y w SHERMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY, NO — VOLUME <XXXX.-~NO. 84. i.i-l ■ KILL IN ALABAMA On tlie eve of Tuesday'* general 6Kctloi County Chat rum u Hon l\ (Clifford of the Gray sou County Exec- utive Committee. M outlay wade title K*v u *utttclent number of these lully affect any rait* in this itounty or St^tc. Ami I do out worn about them. ft'A* to our National ticket, 1 mil u Outbreak Is Without Warning and Peo- ple of Countryside are Panic Stricken — Officers Appealed To • i *"•<.*• i : — 4 f'"'fluted Pnm Dispatch Montgomery, Ala.,'Nov. 1—Two ne- groes are 'dead. the homes Vof two fgimors. four negro cabins, two gin luaiacs. ton bale? of cotton noil much cotton seed, ouo .saw mill, oiio gr^sl mill ami a quantity of corn ami several kirns wore destroyed by fire a> ni result of an outbreak of "night rider*" a...

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

llfiffi -H ' ,!P-'- ' ''■■ T^SBSfy ' - ' . mm VV • ■ g'i 't * U ' ;!l ™ 3018$$ S.; 11$$$ DAILY DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN. TEXAS. '' =5==gg=5-gBB-—g— Mjfv • . NOVEMKR 1. 1928. ■ .' '■!':, closed to- of party State cotn- that the vote wquld thai four yea 1* ago, Vta of, the jfttate cast f for President. :ff| Republican ticket Ik headed by tor Charles Cortls and Go*. Hen J. Allen, both of whom week re- Ion. Ben#tor Cwtfa l« Opposed H.,Hq<\gw. pemoerat. and Dan ■Socialist. Iain A. Davlfi. I>en - ocrat, and Bay Stanton, Socialist, Would succeed Got. Allen. eiallsts have a complete fttgte ticket fn the field. Socialists also are can- didates In six district*. f-wr".p fl f; | 3"'': * 4 ^ ^ m i Chicago Rei)«rClf;r -• M gjbt+titd Pr«M , Chicago JTttr. >-C3*ims and coon-' ter clainja, wRh daai^tory flashes of 1 Old time political eptd'oalaam, marke t the conctosl^tfifcegpmpalgn in the| ■JBtaten of /he Central Went today. Mystery as to the tide of the tret —Sft-aoiojraa reflect ed lit )Otir d...

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

'P?M / { • m . .>Jvia;: ;. -HR;'. ' * w • ': A*"-.•*,'' ••'. '"•■."jiEWwl ,-C. i• -aal:v MM vjajsifctV "', ■■ y ■ : (gregglM SfflP J V ■ i OH TOE MOVIE SCREES. 4 VP ■ ■ « .< -in j ., ■ At the KiBf.^ | .: A thrilling piMtol Im t tie mi Kast River within tlM nhartow of tiic eole- tiruUtl lSrook'yu IJrldge U>imjn tl « New York Police Hnat a ml a ImiiuI of dock thieves, In otic of the sensational inchleutts 1 "While New Yorjk Hleey«." u Fox Hpeilai, which has been MOlEtNt feir tlife King Theatre tu<lgy.« . ftys picture is halle<l by munjr erlties <; am the most -*>ns tionul ami artistic pic- ture of ltM khlil ever produced. " " / Charier; J. Hrahiu. the director, scor- ed a distinct triumph in the annals or the picture came. It is declared, wwn lie was successful in enlistluK the as- ^istame of ttye New Vorb-P^lict' de- partment for the l i« ti^ht scene. The <• police also rendered Invaluahle aid to the director h.v providing him with ac- curate dt'tuil for portr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 1 November 1920

mm d® ■RPP w ■ ? '?<'■:;1 ■"■■'■'*<! :■; :V'is' i*''f SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT, SHERMAN, TEXAS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1920. STUDENTS AT & THE i W§M} <m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH at the First Haptlst lived under excitement nud prtwimre. ev«ndug wan u upeelnl for h little qiitot. You must spend the various Mtudvut bodies unite thue with the book and iu pray* THE TOMBOY I SOCIETY Hrf: : IIS ' j er to tlod. The Problem of Decision. There Em one other problem that I mention, and tlint i* the problem or your deelalons and your life loyal tie*. During Mudent day* you will flaee nioHi of life'# great alternatives. Toti will rearh moat of life's' great decis- ion* You will make moat of llfe'a great choice*. You will determine uiost uf llfe' loyalties. £ During their period you will largely determlue aud crystalline your Ideal* of citizenship. Home of you will be- come mere voter* and taxpayer*, but other** of you will go liaek Into thin aud other commonwealth* to la* aetire, intelligent ...

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

<,W f II I' 1h i 1 I I I • JK/ 1 rft-V I P. I. I ^ V i • i. * I® vv- p^afg- / wfrywwffiwfi " • s.: - ,\V : .„ IHE1 — • 1 ■ HO PASTORS RETURNED HERE ; BY CONFERENCE DR. D. K. FORTKR TRANSFERRED TO THE CENTRAL TEXAS CONFERENCE. Mexico Conference; B. A. Uuomi, to the Northwest W&tp Conference; R. P. HhuU'r, to the Los Angelas Ooufer enoe; O. E. Morelaud, to the Went Tex a * Conference; <J. W. Renfro. to the .Central Texas Conference; J. R. Spanu. to th« St. Louis Conference; J. A. liell, to the Central Texati Con- ference; H. S. DeVore, to the West Oklahoma Conference; 8. H. C. Bu - gln, to the West Texas Conference; D. K. Porter, to the Central Texas Conference. , f VI CAMPAIGNSP - V " " i hfe -'• \ Along with those of other districts In the North Texas Couferemv of the Methodist Episcopal Church. South, appointments of presiding elder aua pastors to the various churches in the Sherman District for the cowing year, were read Sunday evetilng at the clos- ing session of the fi...

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

FIR mm tMAN SP ?$ISSS3 S . «" .-(J1 DEMOCRAT £«§HI a. >"« 'J ''"'i DAILY ".!U't " 1 .M NUMBERS r'■ v'i "■■'■ ■■ ■"■ i" 1 1 , 1879, II fcftU '.Mar. 8,18rovg ir««s*;arokUhom., o. H00; One year $7.50. Beyond Teu« and : On® month, Wei p$ month*, fl.00j Ona foil jp f'l;," "' aipiiV Democrat, Publisher*, Sherman, Texas. era <teBirfn* i i ■"• T «■"£« rte"* "" °"1 MM. MJSMIHSHS or 1W AWCUTBD taeloahrclf entitled to the a«e tor republic to It or not otbenrttp credited In this pep* Buhner th- at well aa new one. Associated Press Is republication of all news dispatches credited iper and also the local news publlilied toftta. All rifht, of repuNlc,tloD #( «P«W dUpttrte. Wlii «• ■! " '' ' WuMif, * ■■■ Dawn InmfHMil hfarliumtr ' RcprcHentatlre Comity Fair j|g|g§® far pros h,;- i TH0MASM06T AVAILABLE. Hfro News-Rfview: In.two years from now tbe THE DAVg BEST EDITORIAL. | ! J | i Get-Rkh Quick San Antonio Exprewi: President Ilaweg of the American Hanker*' ^asoclatlou urge* a vigor- ous campai...

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

f, A;*;.'. Flww "■ ■ yWr P W T DEMOCRAT, SHEMUH, TEXAS, ;.1 ft U & 1 IV FOR RENT -Two nicely furnished bed rooms. modern conveniences. Koutli Crockett -street. Phone 1207. o2fi-0tp TWO FOE RENT—South Itedroom on car line; nil modern conveniences. Call at 1400 Grand avenue. o>29-8tp ■ ^ FOR RENT—Furnished bed room; all conveniences, near Frisco shops and Austin College, 11303 East Itlchards. Phone 7fil>. o29-Stp* FOR RENT—2 or 8 rooms, also garage j close Crockett. FOR RENT—The first apartment, unfurnished. 1038. unfurnished In. 224 No, o2 -3tp upstairs Telephone 0294& TWO UNFURNISHED rent at 302 E. Pecan. ROOMS for o27-fitp -fTT r. FOR RENT—HOUSES. For KENT—November 1st. dwelling on North Crockett street. Sixty I*d*y lars jier month. S. W. Porter. o29-3tp WANT TO RENT PRIVATE rooms and board wanted. Single lady employed In responsible position Wants rooms or room and board in private family. Reasonably near mills district. Refereuees ov- cha nged. Phone 204. Ferguson* ...

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

|Mr'r:^£V W w Wam^Jj^Sx ^"^77"^ 'S FALL SUITS lll'Wt Hii Blue Serge, . ♦JWifi "JrV' .3 '$$$&/$"'* &wS£|L£ -ur • •■'?; ifiw: •• * SKW? '••$w® •• >•. ' ''li '^TOiVm3P£ ■*'■ ■' ^ lISSMEl - ISI3Sii|0® *,'tr,' j .r:-l;^irv';>: • CV ^mon# ^ Courts \ TEXAS, HOWDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1920 four KIUmL mi ' Suits, from $6.00, all Our grades up to $17.45. at; K • $&* ■' ■•wJB iM Psl BRL "'^L ' 1 ' ' 111 """ , .' '' V*. >'■' See Our Men's Overcoats, •' ;■ ,/ ; . ,,.., , ;£rr -J SWfflsSpMK; $$ 'SS! $15.00 TO $35.00. $•"•>.:, >VWifU- .dBf\vf f) \ , \r^ V & &vV •>•>. . / '■' WIMP' W — P®W , $ Men's Mackinaws, $5.00 TO $12.50. ,|p RHin ■M SH ■■: .. .mj t 1J;V& ®$&s® sw biaw &.>■/mmm Ou^ BoyS'Overcoats, Priced Right See Our Special '•"Jfc&jt Mm Tv-W, ,. j . BoysfpOvercoat^ :^A«e£«to8,atTr.00to$10.00: 7 %SefeOu * • ■■ 'We pave 1 ..; * ■*■" }-W%y,rfy ma';? , $25.00 to $45.00. ine a Money Saver- — much on Ladies' and Chil- dren's Coats and Dresses. '...

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

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Publication Title: Sherman Daily Democrat
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 2 November 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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