The Denison Herald (Denison, Tex.), No. 79, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1921 Page: 3 of 10
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' fcaii Wed-
ary of i
alt that h«
■££* Morgan, man*"* of th.
b2S5 Mare«Ul. Co„ Rifled hi.
wlilingneee to 4g*«o toward th. ml-
!rJ tftho «» tnarahal to th. .nd of
S »-i»» >* ** •JO'S*
..resident of the Chamber of Com-
merce, aa«« that though »• finance,
of that organlaatfon wn tow, h.
would m. what could ho dona Mo ar-
nnf.mont waa made for th. atr*«t
..„p«r and .prloltlar to be returned,
dMPtt. W. M. KlnTa. aacr.tary of th.
Chamber of Commero* alforta to of-
a solution to tha problem. Hty
.uiiated borrowing manor and re-
„ba» them, bo you know that
tftflwrfaf good—th® fabric
know tint the nine it there—
iptmon for jwt non*j, no mttttr
|40.00 to 060.00
Prloed at Low aa $26
Ibe Clothes Qeratifnl
323 Vest main Street
Bare the Vs
i Thief Escftpoi
0T YOUE VALUABLES
box In our strong vault aararee
tor important or valuable papara
irour heirloom, to
! a day I. a trifling premium
tn»uranee agilnet loo*
og strike on the fracas A Pa-
.r |M to receive applica-
*>y telegram collect,
r latter, or
°«nCT*l Manager, DaUaa,
^ _ DaQaa, Texaa
Superintendent, Port Worth,
4 i I
ISB%r to oparat. tha
King than asked about th.
r*VMU* *nd »t was learned it
**■— «* m m a yaar and
th. monthly apwNi of th. city
amount to approximately 117,000. Mr.
Morgan then dlaoumMd the tax
tion relative to cleaning the
sprinkling, police protection,
It wae unfair to the _______
“ *h* b«»hi«ea section elono"to'bene-’
Thi. waa lfr. Coleman’, cue. He
took lesue with Mr. Morgan and Mid
that nearly ail the tax waa from the
property owners and merchants of
Main street and the M., K. A T. rail-
way. He Mid that the water revenue
should nsarly run the town, without
a cent of tax.
Mr. Haloy replied that the oily con-
tinued to Buffer for the actions of a
pest administration and on the pump-
ing contract, and Mr. Coleman came
back and said; ‘There Is no reason
why under the same contract it should
coat more now than before to pump
Mayor Weaver called upon W. C.
Gieen, local manager of the power
end light company, and asked him
about the cost of pumping, and Mr
Oreen replied; "It la the same rate
of 2 cents a kllowat by a special ar-
rangement, and It costs the same to
pump now aa before." Of course, thi.
did not mean that the total cost wan
the same. It was pointed out.
Mr Coleman asked about the salary
of the city attorney, saying that $125
was more than ever paid any attorney
before, and about the street foreman,
whose salary has been Increased. Mr.
McKemy pointed out that during the
former administration two men were
employed, each drawing a salary to-
talling $160, and that the present
street foreman receives $125.
Wrangle Over Firemeifs Salaries.
Then came a short wrangle over the
firemen's salaries. Mr. Coleman de-
nied that he had promised the fire-
men an increase.
Mr. McKemy turned on Mr. Cole-
man and told him that had It not been
for *o many bills of the past admin-
istration that the present one had to
pay, Denison’s affairs would be in a
much bettor condition.
After a short discussion by P. J.
Brennan, who sought information to
sec if a solution of the problem would
be feasible and it was learned that all
warrants out had to be paid before
further expenditure of funds became
possible, according to law, Mr. Cole-
man again entered into the discussion
by offering a solution In using the
permanent street fund and pay It
Mr. Haley stoutly objected, saying
that it waa illegal and that it wa. a
shame that a previous administration
had tied up $40,000 and had not made
arrangements for the interest.
Mr. Shackelford said that it was
posaible to use the other money tem-
porarily, he thought, but Mr. Haley
•aid he waa not going to stick his
head into a noose; that someone might
pull the string.
Again Mr. Coleman brought up the
subject about the pumping cost and
•aid that the contract read that the
pumping was to be done at 1.6 cents
kilowat. Air. McKemy said that If
any person could find 1.6 cents In the
contract he would buy the finder «
10 hat. It was learned that a r rtuc
tlon will be made by the light com-
pany to about 1 cent a kllowat. When
asked why it can’t be done now, Mr.
Weaver said that the company had
to use up Its high-priced fuel before
consenting to a reduction.
After a two-hour discuosion by
members of the Chamber of Commerce
and the commissioners, the visitors
left and the routine business was
brought before the meeting.
It constituted an Improvement on a
culvert on Chestnut street. The street
department was ordered to repair It.
The grading of tho street In front of
tho M., K. A T. hospital was discussed
and the matter was referred to City
Attorney Ross Stoddard to find out
about making it permanent caving.
The matter of Mrs. B. L. Snodgrass
sidewalk note, of 401 Hull street, was
referred to the mayor. The drainage
J** 1401 West Gandy street was dis-
cussed and Instructions were given to
the secretary to write the people to
fill the lots.
The m9Bt Important issue was
brought up by Commissioner Haley,
who made a motion that the assessor
and collector assess and collect the
poll aa provided In the charier. It
Miss Fay Moore and Miss f.eona
Cherry were the guests of Miss Jessie
Kit chi ng of nelis Saturday night and
Mrs. Frank Wilburn of Bells won
visiting in the community Friday and
Ray Walker entertained the young
people of this oomxi*jnity with a party
Thursday night. All reported a good
Mro. Julia Moore Is visiting In Okla-
Min Jessie Mitchell of Bells spent
the week-end with homefolks
Robert Stubbs end Paul Oesklll of
Starr were at the party at Ray Wal-
ker's Thursday night.
J, W. Frasier and eon, Bam. «<tend-
gtf the pie supper at Btarr Friday
Mrs. Lucy Willie ms and daughter,
Alone of Denison, and Mr. and Mrs.
Will pilbert ef the Platter dairy wm*
the guests of Mr. and Mrs W. H.
Mr*. Claude QlideweB gud little ton*.
Lotos arid Lloyd, and Mlee Myrtle
Oaey Of Bello were visiting in the
minunity Saturday and Bu"<Uy. .
Our oeheol teacher, M. H. Brackett,
haa inved bio family In the com*
TSftuM Mr* IVtd jWQ^ttended
the family rmto •* $ho lattor a par-
“t*”7 W4 Mr- A. J. «(
by Dr. B. V* Irwl* *
eonaty tmX office in (Burmin is in th* (tan
*•"» Stand. Th* phono number is 1171. The tartan It is
ahaife af Tlem 1. Ball and all matters appertaining to news,
adrutblLf and otnmlatloti win be promptly and courteously
handled by Mr. Hall or aa assistant
SHERMAN SIXTH IN
STATE IN PRODUCTION
FOR YEARS 1914-1919
FACTORY OUTPUT FOR PERIOD
EXCEEDED 19 MILLONS;
AHEAD OF DENISON.
Atte A Company, publishers, In Musko-
Mies Hayes is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J E. Hayes of Muskogee.
She is well known In Sherman as she
attended Kidd-Key college of this city
fur several years, during which time
she made many friends, and Incident-
ally met Mr. Minton.
immediately following the ceremony
the couple left for a wedding trip to
Kansas City, St. Louis and other
points. They will make their home
Sherman, Oct. 27.—Sherman leads
Texas in factory values, in proportion
to Its population, is shown toy figures
made public by the census bureau at
Washington, Tuesday, covering the
five-year period from 1914 to 1919.
which give products to the value of
$19,176,000, for the record of Sherman
factories, for 1919,
Dallas leads the state In total fac-
tory production with $93,650,000. but
In proportion to population, Sherman’s
factory production is far ah,ad of
Sherman ranks sixth In total fac-
tory production, with Dallas Houston,
Beaumont, Fort Worth and San Anto-
nio, respectively, leading in the order
Sherman far surpasses Denison,
Paris, Cleburne, Corsicana, Greenville,
Temple, Texarkana and other towns
its site, aa well as El Paso, Austin,
Waco and Wichita Falls, all of which
are considerably larger than Sherman
The value of production from fac-
tories in various. Texas cities, for the
year 1919, la as follows: Abilene,
$761,000; Amarillo, $1,897,000; Corsi-
cana, $$,000,000; Del Rio. $271,000;
Denison, $5,078,000; El I’aso, $16,650,-
000; Austin, $4,996,000; Beaumont, $52,-
mont, $62,976,000; Brownsville, $505,-
000; Cleburne, $3,335,000; Corpus
Christ!, $647,000; Fort Worth, $38,160.-
000; Greenville, $4,152,000; Houston,
$86,874,000; I*redo, $705,000; Marshall,
$8,904,000; Palestine, $2,810,000; Tarls,
$6,080,000; Ranger, $1,358,000; Han An-
gelo, $454,000; Han Antonio, $35,456,-
000; Sherman, $19,176,000; Temple,
$2,839,000; Texarkana, $4,474,000; Ty-
ler, $2,616,000; Waco, $13,085,000, and
Wichita Falls, $16,932,000.
HERE’S AN UNUSUAL
CITIZEN; DESIRES TO
SERVE ON JURY
ACCUSED MAN SAYS
BROTHER SOLD NEGRO
Sherman, Oct. 27.—Sheriff Boyd
Craig arrested Frank Miller tn Deni-
son late Wednesday afternoon and
lodged him In the county Jail on a
charge of transporting Intoxicating
liquor. It Is alleged that Miller was
the man who transacted a corn wh!s-
| ky deal on the Sherman-Denlson
Eighty-foot road Tuesday afternoon
with J. J. Johnson, negro, who was
arrested a few hours following the
transaction which was witnessed by
Deputy Bart Shipp.
Miller states that It was his brother,
and not him, who sold the gallon and
a half of "corn” to J. J. Johnson, but
Mr Shipp declares that he saw the
whole deal and Is sure that the man
arrested is the right party.
WEDNESDAY WAS “NIGHT
OFF’’ FOR LAW BREAKERS
Sherman, Oct. 27.—Wednesday night
was unusually quiet for the Sherman
police department, as not a single call
.was made during the whole of the
night. For the past several weeks the
police h^ve been kept hustling, but
In Chief Reece’s opljHon, It Is is get-
ting a little too coot* for the night
prowlers, and it is expected that busi-
ness will take a slump.
Sherman, Oct. 27.—Tho sheriff re-
ceived a letter fiom a Grayson county
elllien In the Thursday morning mail
stating that he has been a taxpayer
In the county for fourteen years and
during the whole of the time he hue
never served as a Juror in any case,
and requests that he toe drawn for
jury service at the earliest possible
date, os he is willing and anxious to
serve the county.
Deputy Sheriff Kidd, who has charge
of the drawing of jurors, states that
he does not understand how the man
has so consistently been fnissed by the
drawings, and said he would summon
the petitioner the first time a jury
Mr. Kidd states that it is usually
the case that the citizens of the coun-
ty put up all kinds of sxcuses to es-
cape Jury service.
port Romans*, Boronmtm, Bchsrso by G.
Trortot*: third port Romanis, Inter-
ms*so by Grieg; finals. Old Black Joe
Paraphrase, Fostsr-Pochon, Minuet
fro»n D. Minor Quartet, Mosart, An-
dante Cantablle Opera 11, TechaUtow-
ski. Special numbers and requested
numbers will be rsndsrsd.
In reference to this quartet many
complimentary criticisms have been
made of ths superb work of this fam-
ily musical organisation. Small won-
der then that reference is made to
them as something unique in the an-
nals of chamber music organisations
or that ths conservative musical pa-
pers rhapodiss In glowing terms their
‘‘unparalleled ensemble, exquisite per-
fection of tons shading and marvelous
unity of spiitt.”
Ths Lyceum course is offering here
a program that Is not equaled In qual-
ity and quantity in north Taxas for a
price uncorn parably small. Besides
this number It Is offering •"Impresa-
rio," an opera comic by Mozarth No-
vember 10 and Denison is the only
place it will appear In north Texas
the Mallory Flayers, who will present
a four-set play Xovembcbr 18; Smlth-
Hpring-Holmes Orchestra Quintette,
November 26; the Biltmore Hoclety
Orchestra, consisting of the best rag-
time players obtainable, December 13
Betsy Jjtne Shepard, soloist, December
19; Leeurancis Symphonic Orcheatra
December 39: Rosclth Knapp Breed,
churactsr portrayallqt, January 24;
Judge George Alden, lecturer, Febru-
ary 16, and Davie, ths mystery man,
used it . . . .
will delightfully surprise m.
Keep Sloan ’s handy *ud at l
•tgu cl u ache or pub, on I
At OK druggists—J5c, ffc, $1.40.
Any 4ng* 'll
Blind Men Play Criokst
Manchester, Eng.—Cricket la played
by members of a blind men’s club In
Heaton Bark The ball Is made of
cane and contains a rattle by which
i • Hr,.ctton may lie Judged.
Barn Partially Burned.
Sherman, Oct. 27.—The Sherman
fire department answered a call tr
East Williams street at 2:60 o'clock
Thursday morning to extinguish i
blaze which partially destroyed a barn
of J. B. Grizzle. The origin of the
fire is unknown, but nothing except
the barn was damaged.
YEAST FINt- |
To Quickly Build Weight, Incrsas*
Appetite, and Banish Skin Troubles
Take Mlnonfzsd Yeast” Tablets.
Do the little jobs of repair-
ing around the home place—
a hammer, saw, brace and
bits, and screw driver will
do most of them.
. $1.50 to $5.00
..$1.26 to $6.50
... .35o to $1.25
... 65c to $2.00
U. S. District Coutrt.
(W. L. Estes, Judge.)
J. W’. Reed, who conducts a confec-
tionery at Van Alstyne, filed a volun-
tary petition in bankruptcy in the fed-
eral court Wednesday aftsrnoon. H<
gave his liabilities at $2,141.09 and hit-
assets at $3,030, with $1,130 claim ex-
Rupert Schindler, a carpenter, o
Denison, filed declaration of Intention
to become a citizen of the Unite!
States In the federal court Wednesday
Mr. Schindler Is 33 year;; -1 age. lit
was born In Austria and came to this
country In 1911.
U. 8. District Court
(Hon. W. L. Estes, Judge.)
Joseph Roeder, a farmer living near
Southmayd, has filed his final natur-
alization papers in the local federal
court clerk’s office, and Is now a Citi-
zen of the United States of America.
Mr. Roeder is 63 years of age and
was born in Prussia., Germany. He
came to America in 1881, and filed
hla first naturalization papers In 1918
when this nation went to war with his
While many fine results have beqp
obtained from eating yeast for health,1
thousands now know that far better
and quicker reaults are secured when
yeast Is taken with organic Iron, aa la
found In Ironlzed Teaat. Very often
this wonderfully effective tonic brings
| results in half the Visual tims! Thlej
la because the iron In Ironised Yeast
enriches and strengthens the blood, s*
that It can more quickly carry tha
.vitamlnes to the wasted and worn-out
If you want to round out your .body
with good solid flesh, rebuild your
shattered nerves, increase your
strength, energy and endurance so
that you can tackle hard work and
enjoy it—just take Ironlged Yeast for
* few days and watch tha improve-
ment in you.
Ironised Yeast is pleasant to take,
will not upset the stomach, and la
much more economical than common
yeast Bach package contains 60 In-
dividually wrapped tablets (10 to II
■ 0*y*' treatment) and costa only $1.00.
• Bold by all druggists. Don't accept
(substitutes! Special directions for
.children. Made by the Ironised Yeast
Company, Atlanta, Go. For asle by a
D. Kingston, druggist.
Screw Drivers 25c to $1.25
f N HATH' VITA'
We have recently added a
line of “Vacuum Grip”
automobile pliers—a high-
grade, drop-forged plier,
warranted to stand the se-
“Vacuum Grip” Plien
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
Other Auto Plien
r 35o to $1.00
• ■ Plien
15c to $1.26
SON OF SHERMAN EDITOR
WEDS MUSKOGEE GIRL Z0ELLNER QUARTET
Fifteenth District Ceurt.
(Hon. Biles Hare, Judge.)
Now suits filed; F E. Brown vs.
Beala Brown, suit for divorce; E. N.
Mulkey vs 5L L. Maya f' al, suit for
T. E. Reardon vs M , K A T Ry.
Company, suit for a I Imp'd 91.299 dam-
ages. The suit gr< w out of the burn-
ing or the plnintiff’s home, which
it is alleged resulted from neglect on
the pert of defendant; on trial.
(Hon. D. B. Htt-ad. Judge.)
C. O. Bowen vs. T. L. Taylor, case
Rolnev Auto Company vs. J. B.
Payne for loss of automobile tires,
judgment for plaintiff.
Can You Read Your Electric
The Way to Read the Electric Meter
Sherman, Oct. 27.- Eli C- Minton,
formerly of this city, and M as Mary
Hayes wore married at the home of
the bride, 5X5 North Fourteenth street,
Muskogee. Okie., Wednesday evening
at 8:30 o'clock.
Mr. Minton is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Minton of this city, and was
for a number of year* associated with
his father and brothers in the pub-
lishing of the Sherman Courier, but
for the greater part of the past two
years hew been connected with Ouy-
The Zoetlner Quartet which has
played in nearly all of th? European
centers of art and hae given 1,100
conceris tn cities in the United States
and Canada wttt be here tonight at the
High fbhoo! auditorium as the second
number on the Lyceum program pre-
sented under the auspices of the Young
Men’s Ohrlsiian Association.
The program to be presented Is semi-
cla set cal, consisting of AMagrotto, Lar-
go Cantablle a Mesto, Menuetto Alls-
There are dozens of differ-
ent brands of corn flakes on
the market—but only one
--—till com flakem......
Dial No, 1 reads from
2 “ “ 10 to 100
3 “ “ 100 to 1000
4 “ “ 1000 to 10,000
THE ABOVE DIALS NOW READ
It now reads
II 44 II
IF THE READING LAST MONTH WAS 8,960
THE AMOUNT CONSUMED THIS MONTH WOULD 8E 21 KWH.
K«k=Kilowitt Hour. Gas and water Motors ore Read tha soma way.
YOUR ELECTRIC SERVANT
TEXAS POWEB & IICHT COMPANY
“SKRVICK FIRST” '
To take all the trouble to select a Kodak; to pay, perhaps, a big prise
for it and then find more failures than surceases—that la disappoint-
ing Maybe a Kodak so complicated that It gets out of order con tin-
udUy—no fun there either. A good Kodak la a good investment be-
cause it always pays dividends In results. Buy a Kodak, here and it la
bound to be goed.
FROM $2.09TO 475.41
MMR A MOR ORE AT AM FRICE |
Box, folding, packet and case sty lee. Big one* little ones, some inex-
pensive, others costing real money. In every ease a RBAL KODAK
that will never toll to take pictures for ktddlea, amateurs or profes-
sional*. Better get one.
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