Sherman Daily Democrat. (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTIETH YEAR, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 29, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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TBS SHEXMZN V'AHY DEMOCRAT*
SATURDAY, APRIL it, 1*11.
ENGAGE ONLY YOUNG MUX.
In these days of strenuous corn
petition when dividends count for
more than men, the man who re-
tains his youth is the man who holds
hla Job the longest.
That is why one of the most suc-
cessful dermatologists In Paris has
warned young men to Jake good care
of the hair. If you grow bald at 30
or 35 or even when you are older,
that bald spot will so far as appear-
ance goes add 10 years to your life
Men who have hair should by all
means keep It. In later years It may
mean a livelihood to yourself and
Dandruff means falling hairs, fall-
ing hair means dandruff. Stop falling
hair and dandruff now. Go to The
CTaycroft-St I nson Drug Co. and get a
large 50-cent bottle of Parisian Sage
They will guarantee it to stop falling
hair to drive out all dandruff and
kill the dandruff germs or money
Remember that the man with
bald heed who seeks a position Ib
handicapped at the start. Parisian
Sage will make hair grow, will give
!t «' lustrous appearance that de-
notes health and youthfulness. For
•ale by The Cnaycroft-Stinson Drug
Co. and druggists everywhere. Girl
with Auburn hair on every bottle.
♦ SHERMAN CHURCH NOTICK8. +
East Sherman Baptist Church—
Rev. J. A. Caraway, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m., H. R. Church,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor.
B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m.
Frisco Baptist Mission.—Rev.
V. Pendleton, pastor. Preaching
11 i. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pas-
tor. Sunday school. 3 p. m.. Geo.
College Park Presbyterian
Church.—Corner College and Grand
avenue. Sunday school 9:45 a. m
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Travis Street Methodist Church—
Corner Mulberry and Travis streets,
Rev. J. L. Morris, pastor. Sunday
school 9:40 a. m. Senior Epworth
League 6:30 p. m. Preaching ser-
vice* tomorrow at 7:30 and 11 a. m
■ NESTS IN COLONIES.
Homes of th# African Grosbeaks si
Big as a Native’s Hut.
The biggest bird's nest In the world.
Dot excepting the stork's. Is built by
the African grosbeak It Is really 100
nests or more bound together with
closely interwoven sticks, vines and
Strands of coarse grnss and Is not
built by a single pair of birds, but by
a colony of them. It Is of such enor-
mous size thnt at a little distance It Is
often mistaken for one of the native
huts built In the trees so frequently
found In wild troplcnl countries where
man eating animals abound, and the
only way to sleep In safety Is to "roost
The birds usually select a thorn tree,
probably because of the protection af-
forded by the sharp, long thorns
against marauders. All around the
nest the roof of sticks, thatched with
dry grass, projects to let the rjtln run
off. A deep fringe of grass hongs from
this cornice like h curtain to keep out
any stray drops. These great nests
are added to from year to year, each
pair of mated birds building on the
main nest. Sometimes the nest be
comes too heavy, and the branch
breaks or the great mass of sticks falls
to the ground, destroyed by Its own
weight. The grosbeak Is no larger
than an English sparrow and Just as
gregarious.—New York Press.
SAVED HIS MOTHER’S LIFE.
“Four doctors had given me up,”
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca.
La., "and my children and all my
friends were Looking for me to die,
when my son insisted that I use
Electric Bitters. I did so, and they
have done me a world of good. 1
will always praise them.” Electric
Bitters Is a priceless Messing to wo-
men troubled with fainting and dizzy
spells, backache, headache, weak-
ness, debility, constipation or kid-
ney disorders. Use them and gain
new health, strength and vigor.
They’re guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded. Only 50c at Lank-
ford & Keith’s. d&w
The pupils of Mr. Pipes'will give
u piano recital at Kidd-Key college
Monday evening at 8 o’clock. Public
cordially invited. 11
Attend “The Woodbind Princess"
in K. K. Chapel Saturday, April 2!)
Admission 25 cents. 27-2t
T F your floors are worn and shabby
A and you are at a loss how to re-
finish them, an easy way to do it is
by means of floor paint and a stencil
border. By use of this stencil bor-
der over a fiainted surface you can
finish your floor artistically so that it
will resemble a parquet effect and at
the same time harmonize perfectly
with the general color scheme of the
room. For work of this kind two
INSIDE FLOOR PAINT
will produce the proper finish, the
stencil being applied after the second
coat is thoroughly dry by means of
S-W Stencil Colors. S-W Inside
Floor Paint comes in a number of
shades and combines durability with
quick drying qualities. It can be
scrubbed and cleaned without in-
jury to the surface.
We will be glad to talk over this
method of floor finishing with you if
P^to our store.
Houston Street Church of Christ
Corner Houston and Montgomery
streets. Bible study from 10 to 11
a. m. Foy E. Wallace, minister,
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p
m. Public cordially Invited to attend
Key Memorial—Corner Willow and
Houston streets. Rev. J". R. Atch-
ley. pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Epworth League 6:80 p. m
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p
First Presbyterian-—Corner Trav-
and Mulberry. Dr. T. A. Whar-
ton, pastor. Sunday school and pas-
tor’# Bible class 9:30 a. m. Preach
ing service at 11 a. m. by the pastor.
Everybody cordially invited and
welcomed at all of these services.
Fhst Baptist Church—Corner
Pecan and Crockett streets, Rev.
Forrest Smith, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11
m. and 7:30 p. m. by (the pastor.
Senior Union at 6:15 p. m.
South Sherman Rapt'st Mission—
:ev. A. V. Pendleton, pastor. Sun-
day school 3 p. m. B. Y. P. If., 6:30
m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m., by
the pastor. The public is cordially
Invited to attend.
First Congregational Church—
Walnut street. Preaching at 11 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m. John S. Hef-
ner. superintendent. Young People’s
Christian Endeavor meet at 7 p. m.
All are cordially Invited.
Central Christian Church—Corner
Cherry and Travis streets, J. Lem
Keevll, minister. Bible school 9:4 5
a. m.; morning worship, 11 a. m.;
Junior and Intermediate C. E„ 3:00
p. in.; Senior C. E. 6:30 p. nt. Ev-
ening service, 7:30 p. m.; the min-
ister will speak at both services.
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church—
The Rev. Wi. J. Miller, rector. Ser-
vices tomorrow at 7:30 and II a. m.
and 7:45 p. in. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. All are cordially invited.
Grace Presbyterian Church—
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preach-
ing by the pastor, B. Wreiin Webb,
at 11 a. ni. At 7:45 Rev. James
Reyburn of Leonard will preach.
Junior C. E. at 4 p. m. Senior C. E.
at 0:15. The public Is Invited.
First Church of Christ Scientist —
Corner Crockett and Jones streets.
Services at 10:45 a. m. Subject.
"Everlasting Punishment.” Tile Wed-
nesday evening meetings begin
at S o'clock. All are cor-
dially Invited to attend there ser-
vices, Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
The following from the Gaines
ville Dally Register will be of inter-
est la Sherman:
The property of the Gainesville,
Whltesboro & Sherman Interurban
Company is now being advertised for
sale under a receivership sale with
.1. T. Honeycutt as receiver. The
date of the sale Is placed on June
In conversation with a Regis'er
representative Mr. Honeycutt mad
the following statement as to the
property w*hlch belongs to this ooo-
cem and which is to be sold: “Tliey
have ten miles of grade, which ,
only partly damaged. They have the
right of way practically all the way
to Whltesboro and most of it to
Sherman. They have about $25u
worth of surveying apparatus and
possibly a few tools. The company
has kept up the charter which goes
with the other property, and they
have the old profiles, ma|>s, blue
prints, surveys, etc. There Is ap-
proximately $50,001) Indebtedness
against the company.”
The company values Its property
at $30,000, according to the state-
ment of Mr. J. W. Blanton.
East Sherman Baptist.
Service tomorrow at East Sherman
Baptist church promises to be a
great ,nne. After having almost all
the Baptist preachers In the county
with us for a few days and enjoying
the good things they have brought
us. We are hoping that tomorrow
will be the bent day of the session.
We want to make it the greatest
Sunday school day in the history of
the church. Rev. W. E. Watkins of
Van Alstyno will preach at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.
NEVER OPT OF WORK.
The busiest little things ever
made are I>r. King’s New Life Pills.
Every pill is a sugar-coated globule
of health, that changes weaknesses
into strength, languor into energy,
hraln-fag into mental i>ower; cur-
ing Constipation, Headache. Chills,
Dyspepsia, Headache, Chills, Mal-
aria. Only 25c at Lankford &
Why spend $1.60 for compound
lards (four-fifths cooking oil) when
75 cents does the same amount in
usage with White Hose Cooking otlV
Free u-olvery to any part of the
city. Call W. D. Wharton, old
phono 681 f22-tf
Nursing Mothers ami Malaria.
The old Standard GROVE’S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drive,
out malaria and builds up the sys-
)em. For grown people and children.
Sherman Railroad Notes.
T. J. Anderson, general passenger
agent with headquarters in Houston
and A. G. Newsome, division passen-
ger agent with headquarters in Dal-
las for the Houston and Texas Cen-
tral Railway Company were here
yesterday looking to the handling of
the special train of Chicago capital-
ists. They returned to their head-
quarters last night.
James ,1. Doyle, assistant superin-
tendent for the Houston and Texas
Central railway, was here yesterday
from Ennis headquarters.
The southbound Hustler, due to
arrive in Sherman at 9 a. ni., arrived
this morning two hours and fifty
minutes late, occasion by some delay
Ed lajughery, superintendent of
the bridge and building department
of the Texas & Pacific railway com-
pany with headquarters in Marshall,
spent yesterday In Sherman on com-
Tom Burk, general roadni aster for
the Texas & Pacific railway company,
was here yesterday from his Texar-
kana headquarters and made an in-
spection of the paving of the com-
pany's tracks In North Travis street.
He went east this morning,
A party of officials for the St
Louts and San Francisco railway
company were exacted to pass
through Sherman yesterday or last
night for imintB in South Texas but
they did not arrive. The train will
probably pass through today or to-
The first of the regular excursions
be run by North Texas railrnadr
Galveston and Houston during
the summer will be run tonight and
this will hereafter probably lie a
regular feature. The roads announce
preparations of an unusually com-
plete nature for handling the ex-
cursionists and from all Indications
the rates will be taken advantage of
very extensively. The usual low
summer rates are to be had.
Word hag been received in this
city of the appointment of W. S.
Merchant as division passenger agent
for the St. Louis and San Francisco
railway with headquarters at Cincin-
nati and also of the appointment of
J. Bradford as traveling passen-
ger agent of the same company with
headquarters In St. Louis. Both of
those officials are quite well known
among the railroad men of Texas.
The News of
N. W. Elmore, charged by grand
jury indictment with .the homicide
of John T. Price and members of his
family near Gunter in 1907, whose
case Was called in the Fifty-ninth dis-
trict court yesterday afternoon for a
habeas corpus hearing, was released
this morning on a bond of $liHt,
which wqs promptly made.
Elmore was arrested last Friday,
afternoon at Corpus Chrlstl on a‘
warrant held by Sheriff McAfee ot
Grayson county charging homicide
as above mentioned. He was brought
to Sherman last Monday. Some days
ago through his attorney, Judge
Klee Maxey, application was made to
J. M. Pearson. Judge of the Fifty-
ninth district court for a habeas
corpue hearing and the case was
set for 1:30 o’clock yesterday after-
noon. at which time it was begun.
WTion the case was called the court
room, with gallery, was crowded to
the fullest capacity and many were
unable to gain seats. - The state
through County Attorney Cal T.
Freeman, announced the names of
thirty-five witnesses and as several
were absent the court ordered attach-
ments issued fer them. AH witnesses,
save relatives of the decedents, were
placed under the rules.
During the afternoon several wit-
nesses were on the stand and a night
session was held. At these sessions
the witnesses merely told of the
grewsome find of the bodies in the
burned building on the morning fol-
lowing the fire: how the remnants
of the bodies were discovered and
placed in the coffins preparatory to
the burials, and of the unusual oc-
currences of the family being burn-
ed with the home.
This morning the taking of testi-
many was resumed and shortly be-
fore 10 o'clock the hearing was con-
cluded and the case acted upon as
(Continued from page two.Y
Ing outright all day and demanding ab-
solute delivery of ainck. 1 think It Is
kls Intention to force delivery upon all
purchasers to whom be has previously
“Where Is be to be found V
“in bis apartments at the Espla-
nade." replied Galleon.
Heilman hung up the receiver and
bnrrled oier to the apartments of
young Kelvin. He found Phillip
checking off certain items from a thick
J/lle of memorandum slips. Seen her*,
lie suddenly looked ageless. Pellman
had given hitn credit only for youth
and consequent Inexperience. He
moistened Ills lips before be s|K>ke.
"I understand you sold me 10.000
•bares of N. Pf.” be said.
Kelvin consulted a card index and
nodded bis head. •’Yes." he replied.
“Through Henry Galleon & Co.”
"If you force delivery on that stock.”
said Pellman. ”1 cau't save breakfast
mooey out of niy operations to Gal-
leon's office. I have come to ask of
you a big favor. Let roe close that
deal now: let me give you my note
for the difference between selling price
and present market price, you to hold
the stock us security.”
"Imixwsilile. Mr. Pellman.” Kelvin
announced. "No compromise can be
made on this stock. 1 have Just pur-
chased for s|M>t cash 10.000 shares of
N. J’. at sixty-four. You purchased
from me at 12S, You most take (be
stock nt that figure and you can sell it
for sixty-four if you hurry. Or I will
keep the slock and you can pay me the
difference In cash.”
_ DR. PBltFS ?j
Delicate children can be made strong and vigorous by
iver made cot
Just give it a
eating this food daily. The only food ever made com-
bining Wheat, Rice, Oats and Barley.
trial. Ask your Grocer.
The cast* wns then transferred
from tile Fifty-ninth district court
to the Fifteenth court, in order that
trial may be had as quickly as
posalb.e, but as yet no date has been
HYMN TO FORCE.
Down through the ether 1 hurl con-
Up through their earth bed I wake
I laugh In the flume aa 1 kindle and
1 crawl In the worm, I leap In the
Forth from Ita cradle I pilot the
In lightning and earthquake I flash
and 1 quiver.
I am the monarch uniting all mat-
The atoms I gather; the atoms I
I always am present, yet nothing
can bind mo.
Like thought evanescent, they lose
m* Who find me.
A traveler writing in an Italian
magazine says thnt the Swiss canton
of Ticino Is inhabited by the most lion
est folk It Is possible to Imagine. In
most of the Ticinese villages, the
writer says, the oldest Inhabitants do
not remember any ease of thieving,
however petty, within n lifetime. Lost
objects when found must never be
taken away; they must be left where
they were dropped or placed in a con-
spicuous position so that the rightful
owner can find Ills property more easi-
ly. The case is cited of an American
woman tourist wbo lost her purse on
an excursion in the Val Caprlascn.
The purse contained gold coin and n
Jeweled watch Upon returning from
her trip she found the purse with its
contents Intact on n little heap of
leaves, so placed that It could not fail
to attract her attention.-Ncw York
Genuine McAlester nut and lump
screened coal. Phones 640. Scott
& McKown’s Gin. d&w-tf •'
PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY.
the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of
In the matter of F. <’. Potts, bank-
rupt, in bankruptcy.
To the creditors of F. (’. Potts of
Denison In the county of Grayson
and district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
th day of April. 1911, the said
U. Potts was duly adjudged a
bankrupt; and that the first meet-
ing of the creditors will be held at
office of O. I). McReynolds, referee,
Sherman, on the 8th day of May, at
10 «”eloek in the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend,
prove their claims, appoint a trus-
tee. examine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
Sherman, Texas, 26th day of
O. I). McRKYNOLDS,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
THOU whom face hath felt the
Whose eye has seen the snow
clouds hung in mist
And the black elm tops 'mong
the freezing stars.
To thee the spring will be In harvest time!
O thou whose only book baa been the light
Of supreme darkness which thou feddekt
Night after night when Phoebus was
To thee the spring shall bo a triple mom!
Oh. fret not after knowledge! I have none,
Arid yet iny song comes i.atlvo with the
Oh. fret not after knowledge! I have none.
And yet the evening listens. He who sac-
At thought of Idleness cannot be IClo.
And he's awake wbo thinks himself asleep.
U A NT) how could you dream of meet-
Nay. how can you ask me, sweet?
All day iny pulse has been beating
The time of your coming feet.
A ND as nearer and ever nearer
•eY j fe|t t)ie throb of your tread
To be In the world grew dearer.
And my blood ran rosier red.
T OVR called, and I could not linger,
But sought the forbidden tryst.
As music follows the Anger
Of the dreaming lutanist.
though you had said It and said
"Wo must not be happy today"—
Was I nut wiser to credit
The fire In uiy feet than your nay?
v-James Russell Lowell.
“I can’t possibly do If." said Pell-
“I can't possibly do anything else,”
replied Pbillip dryly.
Pellninn, desperate to try some other
means of protecting himself, was turn-
ing away when two mim came into the
room with a small wooden packing
case bound with sheet Iron. Pellman
might not hnve noticed this circum-
stance hot for his recognition of the
men. His eye for smaller detail saw
a cut upon one of the sheet Iron bands
and an ugly upturned corner.
“Now I understand.” lie said. “I sec
bow you ctrae to be called the ’Cash
Bear.’ That box Is full of money col-
lected by Breed’s company and fur-
nished to you to conduct this cam-
paign. We in the financial field should
hnve knotvn what you were. You are
Kelvin looked at him calmly. “I can-
not prevent you from supposing any-
thing you like. Mr. Pellman, but I
would like to Impress upon you the
fact that I am very busy.”
“Dangling and dancing upon the
strings that Breed pulls!" declared
Pellman with hot contempt.
Kelvin smiled aggrswatlngly. ”lt
seems to me thnt you. too. are dangling
nnd dancing upon the strings that Mr
Breed pulls." he charged with cool In
solence. “But you might ns well calm
down, for since you hnve been tnlking
to me your firm has been announced
“It’s a lie!" declared Pellman, though
ho knew In his heart that It was true
Kelvin pointed to the tape where the
ticker had just finished announcing
the suspension of Pellman & Co. "It
seems to be true." said Phillip.
“Moreover. 1 don’t mind confessing to
you tlmt we did It—that. In fact. Mr.
Breed Intended to do it nnd I showed
"You d—!" shrieked Tollman ad
vanclng a threatening step. A quick,
warning signal from Phillip made him
turn hastily. In the doorway crouched
n figure that would have startled a
man with even stronger nerves than
Tollman's The crouching figure was
thnt of hlg black Sam. nnd he was
creeping slowly forward toward reli-
“You'd better leave. Tellmnn." satd
Phillip. "You’re the man thnt broke
Wall street whr quite used to panics.
In fact It Imd been In the business of
mnklng them, but here wns one that
had been made entirely outside of Its
calculation and It did not know what
to do with the creature. Every day.
In every city nnd village throughout
Itie land where Breed Imd established
• nis'r thousands of bread deixus, war
still that steady drain which had, In
the Urst place, caused the disruption of
the financial system. Breed, ns a re-
tail merchant, hud a perfectly legal
Monday, May 1st
at Our Store
With each pound of Coffee sold we will gjve a Coupon.
The holder of*the Coupon will receive a 27-piece SET OF
DRESDEN CHINA FREE of Charge. We have the dishes on dis-
play at our store.
We carry the best selected stock of Coffee to bo
Sherman, ranging in price from 5Mc to 50c per Pound.
All Coupons must be in the store Tuesday,
1*. NI. Don’t fail to attend this sale.
May *Jnd, 3:80
Till* Grocer Whose Goods Arc Found in the Kitchens of the Best
Trade in Sherman.
right to demand cash for bis com-
modities and ho could not be stopped
from collecting it
On the day that Pellman went under
there were half a dozen other failures,
and this was but the beginning of
terror filled days, each with n more
and more dismal history. Throughout
the country banks were breaking and
business bouses were going down with
them. Factories were suspending aud
chaos reigned everywhere. It was a
hideous object lesson In business
"YITO’BtC TBS MAX THAT KIIOKK 1IV
methods. The entire boasted “pros-
perity” of the country had been built
upon nothing more substantial than
universal credit, which was. In closer
definition, but universal confidence.
This destroyed, by a breath credit was
destroyed and a whole nation of people
was forced Into immediate idleness and
want because its machinery for ex-
changing the product of its labor for
the product of other labor had devel-
oped a broken cog.
Patton’s Sun-Proof Paints
give double the (service of
all-white-lead or any ordinary
paints. They arc made of the
most perfect combination pf
paint materials to stand the
severest trial the sun and
we;.: h e r c a n_ g i ve
a beautiful color ctrd and full information lrr*ng
W. rtf. BUT RIDGE A CO.
210 South Travis St.
•4AFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN.
Foley’s Honey and Tar Comp und
is a safe and effective medicine for
children as It does not contain
opiates or harmful drugs. The gen-
uine * oley’s Honey and Tar Com-
imiind Is in a yellow package. H.
Every owner of property, every
renter of property, either business
or residence, is warnjed to clean up
the same, lots and alleys adjoining
and to stop dumping trash and garb-
age in alleys or streets, or walk up
and be fined. Also owneris of vacant
lots must keep weeds down and burn
trash and cart away tin cans.
P. H. LYON.
Acting dun. Sanitary Com. for D.\
We are In the market for Fat
Hogs Stock Hogs and Fat Cattle.
Sherman Slaughtering and Render-
ing Co., South Sherman. , Phones,
Old 185, new 657. m7-tf
Foley Kidney Tills contain In con-
centrated form ingredients of es-
tablished thercapeutic value for the
relief and cure of all kidney and
bladder aliments. Foley Kidney
Fills are antiseptic, tonic and restor-
ative. Refuse substltucs. H. L.
Sheehey. t-uth-sa* w
WASHING WITHOUT WATER
la I.lkr Try I me In lift Rid of Dandruff
Did you ever sen nny ono trying to
wash themselves without soap or
If you did what would you say of
It is every bit aa foolish to try to get
rid of Dandruff and to prevent Bald*
ness by feeding the germs which oauso
It. with Canthrarides. Vaseline. Glycer-
ine and similar substances which form
the principal Ingredients of most ao-
called Hair Grower*.
Newbro a Herplclde Is successful be-
cause it attacks and kills the parasitic
germ which feeds on the hair roots.
It is the original nnd only genuine
»<*alp germicide manufactured.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c, In
The HerpU'lde CO-
ONS Douua« * Bottles Guaranteed
Sold by all druggists.
Ask nothing more of me. sweet
All I can give you I give.
Heart of my heart, were It more
Moro should t>e laid at your feet.
Love that should help you to live,
Song that should spur you to
All things were nothing to give
Once to have 6ense of you more.
Touch you and tasto of you.
Think you and breathe you nnd live.
Swept of your wings as they soar.
Trod by the chance of your feet.
I that have love and no more
Give you but love of you, eweet.
Ho that hath more, let him give.
He that hath wings, let him soar.
Mine is the heart at your feet.
Here, that must love you to live.
-wUgemon Charles Swinburne.
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: SHERMAN OPERA HOUSE l
♦ Historical Production
| JOHN KNOX vs- MARY STUART
' AUSTIN COLLEGE
When you get White Rose
Cooking Oil you can use It In so
many different ways. Always pure
and 3weet as butter. Call W. D.
Wharton, old phone 681. f22-tf
WANTS—TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WWTFD—Good machine operator
at 309 West Mulberry. Apply to Miss
FOR SALK—6 40, 320, 1 *I0~ Tfih
acre tracts, all good black sandy
laud, choice for $32.50 per acre.
Good improvements. 40-acres on
Interurban, $i5.00 acre. *’ !a great*
bargain. See F. L. O’Hanlon.
10O Sherman*s Best Talent
THURSDAY EVENING MAY 4™
TICKETS 75c and 50c
Scat Sale opens at Crayeroft-Stinsou
: Wednesday Morning
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Sherman Daily Democrat. (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTIETH YEAR, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 29, 1911, newspaper, April 29, 1911; Sherman, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth646603/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .