The Denison Herald (Denison, Tex.), No. 96, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 16, 1921 Page: 2 of 12
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IEY BROKE WINS
FROM SHERMAN 9*7
hen •*“* H»k public question ,a n""h wld ,
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Mr the darta« leadership the Unite,! ’
tales had aaauiqed and well wishes
n the Croat program «t had under-
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DISTRICT TITLE TO THE FANNIN
Sherman. Not. 15.—Th< Sherman
High School toothsH team was rumi-
nated fmm the Inurarbotaatic football
rhamptonahlp race Tuesday afternoon
at Hooey Crave when the Fannin ■
county werrtore outwitted the big
Sherman team and carried off the Vic- j
tory by a margin of two point* M‘or?d
on a safety la the hurt few minutes «»fj
play. th« final count being * to 7. i
Sherman had the edge on Hooey <
tiroes as far ae weight was concern- j
ed but this advantage was more than
ofT-eet by penalties and costly fum- ■
“Sherman loot the game on peer'
handwork,’ said John N. Touchstone, i
who refereed the game “As far as
ground gainers are concerned Sherman
Car outclassed Honey Grove, and it is
my honest opinion that Coach Higgin-
botham has a three to four touchdown
better teem than the winners of Tues-
day's game, but <?ven at that Hharmaa
did net deserve to win after playiijg
ouch dumb football. On line plays In
tbs middle of the field nhorman could
gala from five to fifteen yards ou
ovary play, but after they had march-
ed steadily up the field on Lino
smashss to the JO-yard line they would
discard the plays on which they bad
beta gaining consistently and take up
tbs passing game, which not only fall-
ad to gala hat which lost many yards
of valuable ground-’
During the first half Honey drove
never attempted to gain ground but
kicked Immediately upon gaining poa-
sisoton of the ball. Sherman gained
a great deal of ground but the uea of
the forward pane, penalties or fumbles
prevented the local team from scor-
ing, aad the period cloned with the
Every nation pays homage to the unknown sokliof entombed In the Arlington National Cemetery. . This, photo
graph shows the president of the I’nltod States placing the wreath on the casket of the unidentified hero who typt
flee the American manhood which we called to the front in the world war. _
small school whose team is not afraid,
of meeting stiff opposition. I hope
they win the inter scholastic cham-
“ffhertnan is going to go Into the
Denison game with a fighting spirit
which I* only born from the sting of
defeat; there to no overconfidence aa
it to realised that Denison has a great
team, a team that has been pointing
for the Sherman game ail season. If
Sherman can defeat Denison and
Greenville the locals’ season will he
considered highly successful.”
might evOn be inadvisable unless th-
great sea powers make a covenant to
observe the international equity in the
The Australian government is re-
ducing its expenditures for defense by
approximately 9L*M,0«0. the acting
minister of defense announced yester-
day in Ibe bouse of representatives.
MOVE TOPERFIcF TOBACCO
SELLERS’ ORGANIZATION ON
to. 3APOUO, Quickly
NEGRO CHARGED WITH
“BEATING UP” HIS WIFE
MOLV CITY EXPECTS HARD GAME
Kherman, Nov. 15.—The police de-
partment received a call from South
First street early Wednesday morning
which resulted in the srrest and lodg-
ing In the city Jail of a negro amn on
a charge of aaaault and battery oa hla
Officers state that upon arriving on
the battle scene they found the negro's
wife in a rather battered physical con-
dition, and the household furniture
wrecked. It seems that the bead of the
house had not been p leased by the
THE REST DAT Of KERR'S GREAT!
CLEARANCE SALE OPENED THE
yard, giving her a beating and tear-
htm HIM in the city court, hut the
damage to thejbom* has not yet boon
ONLY Sfic kbit DATS
Hale closes next Wednesday at G jl. m. This short Urn i
ing font and furious. Now is your opportunity. Do net
MAN DRINKS WOOD
ALCOHOL TO SCARE HIS
, WIFE, HE TELLS POLICE
to hla own version and that of his bat-
ter half. Apparently the hotter half
was not worried, for ah# told Patrol-
man Hills to let "the darn tool drink
the stuff.” ?
No, it was not Iodine, strychnine or
carbolic ac’d. Not that bad, Merely
woor alcohol. But oven half a pint
of that had no effect on the oast Iron
stomach of the man tor by the time
the authorities arrived, he had'left
What waa the cause of the attempt?
Ah, tie a aad tala. Destitute, out of
work, broke waa.Jho mag. Npt ©sty
that but another man, handsome, aad
moneyed echo wore goad doth* had
become attentive to hie *p«aae and ef
course a«y woman, married or single
loves attention from admiring man.
j6hn hoofer to be
Sherman. Nov. IE—The body of John
Hooper, who waa drowned in Red
River last Sunday afternoon, will be
teirled in Sherman's new mausoleum
next Thursday afternoon.
Funeral services will be from the
home of his eon, K. K. Hooper, 117
Good Time They
They don’t realize,
either, how hard it ip
sometimes to produce
the clothes and other
thing* they need. It’s
for them—beeause we
all try to make it easy.
We are just grown-up
Association. HI* leg was broken nt
the opening of the 1*11 season and
he to unable to play baseball, accord-
ing to hla statement. He Will receive
$11 a week for the parted to which he
was accustomed to play baseball, from
May 17 to November
Hickman waa formerly an outfielder
of the Brooklyn National League team.
Light Rainfall in Sherman.
Sherman, Nov. IS.—A light rain fell
in Sherman early Wednesday morning,
but winter weather tailed to make its
appearance, the thermometer register-
ing a temperature Of 70 degrees nt
»*:»0 Wednesday morning. The show -
vrhWD waa accompanied by n small
amount of hall, waa the first rainfall
recorded in 8hermaq tor two months.
Fifteenth Diet riel dourt.
Hon. Silas Kara, Judge.
New aults filed;
Bx Parte torn Womack tor remov-
al of disabilities.
Anne Laura Smith vs. 3. V. Smith,
suit for divorce.
O. F. Platt. Ddntoon. 1*11 Chevrotete
Charles O Osborne, Denison, 1*11
W. T JHodges, Sherman. Mil Dodge.
Sherman Wholesale Grocer Op*
Sherman, 1SJ0 Ford;
FT D. Kern, Hhennan. 1*1* Pago.
T. H. Reardon. Denteen. lttt For*.
J. W. Lyles, Bella, 1*14 Chevrolet
O. F. Platt, Den toon, 1*21 Chevrolet
CLOSE FRIEND OF HARA
WHO SUCCEEDS HIM AS
PREMIER OF JAPAN
“Do tt and see If I care,” was the
substance of the reply.
Dowfo goes the half pint of wood
alcohol, burning the tonsils to crisp,
corrogatlng the larynx aad thorax
pnd Nipping down the esophagus to be
Jolltod up and down, tideways and
eropaways by an Infuriated stomach
until the gastric Juice finally subdues
the potential foreign opponent
A chase across town aad Basil again.
The neighbor, gad various nearby
vicinities wore aroused to a high pitch
of excitement. But tt all stumped to-
to gossip whan the maa told the po-
lice that ho Just wasted *© sear, hla
2—fVoni the beginning wu *"
been our aim. , . , .
—Thia ia the kind of J
which it* organizer* d***J
r—And today, after
operation, this instrtutim*
&g become the bank
Jlltouid banking methods j
i resources «nd a
I to be of «gn*l l
\ people and the bua«*J»
V eats of Denison
V to prove the truth , j
fit _W« would like to ha
Alwaya trie* to make it easy for parents, in buying Bo s’
Qfod assortment Wool Cassimere Suits, new Fall colors, so oa
two pairs pants j price •.»«.•••.«•«•,,«««»,«■ •
Dug big assortment Boys’ good Wool Casumere Suits, in Fall
Mgia EM color*, some with two pain pants; price .. .$11.85
On* big aasartment Blue Serge, all sizes, good value; priced to
MriMIh *• • .^0.05 and $0.85
Bxtra Vain*—Blue Serge Suita, two pain pants, "big assort-
ment, di gues; price only........................$14.85
Big nisrin—it Man’s and Boys’ warn Undoswear in ribbed
Mto. F. P. Mooney, Dm!non, 1*1*
Wiley Drue Furlew aad Mine Pearl
(aea Aintp, Sherman.
y Floyd Badgett aad Mrs, Lela Rhyns,
Jamea Monro* Moore and Mias O*-
itoa Purdy. Dmtaou.
A. T. Dryden and Mr*. Lovle Las-
deu. Stratford, Okla.
PACIFIC PROBLEMS CROX OP
___PEACE, AUSTRALIA BAYS
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