Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Friday, May 11, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT-SHERMAN, TEXAS.
Friday, May 11, 1917
THOSE WHO HAVE MOVED.
mono the Courts I
We’re Showing a Nifty Line of Men’s Oxfor ds
Record at City Clerk Bank s Office
SIio\v When* They Are.
City Clerk W. <3. Hanks rejxirts tli«
following parties as having moved
since the last report:
\V. W. Talley from No, IKK) .East
Coileffift street to No. 819 East College
Frank Taylor from No. 508 East
Magnolia street to country.
Mrs. Julia Dyer's household goods
from No. 419 South Willow street to
E. P» ohls' household goods from
storage house to No. gill East Morgan
M. J. Heerot from No. 419 West
Tennessee to Tioga.
C. iX Baker from No. 72(1 South
Willow street ot No. 1105 East Rrook-
J. 1*: Aliernathy from No. 812 North
Broughton street to No. 432 South
I. it. t'lenient* from - No. (HI5 ;4h*utli
Vaflen street to No. 319 South Ilazle-
XvimhI street. 1
S. J. Patterson from No. 1010 South
Throckmorton street to No. S21* South
D. C. Turner’s household goods from
No. 327 West ltainey street to freight
depot. . T .
Sam Du vis from No. 520 Birg**
street to No. 1207 Eagt Houston street,
H, S. Kuunerton's lioiiseliold goods
from No. 714 North iaft avenue to
Lena. Simpson from Nft. 012 Soutlt
Brandt strrel to No. 311 North Branch
C. E. Ijiir from Southmayd to No.
007 Soutlt Vnden street
Jas. Fountain from No. 1018 South
Maxey elect to No. 101 North Brough
Miss Lena Cotts from No. 409 East
Lamar street to No. 1201 South Travis
.1, E. Patton from No. 202 North
Highland avenue to No. 319 North
J. E. Williuius’ household goods from
No. Mol Central avenue to storage
E. V Neal from No. 408 South
Vnden street to No. 1107 East Jones
Leglet. from No. 521 South
Vnden street to No. 310 West Tgiurcl
B. B. Loft In front Wood lake to No.
920 North Harrison avenue.
W. A. Young from No, 721 North
Will-.nv street to No. 1000 East I.uniar
st reet. I
Fifteenth District Court.
The ease of J. E. Hammond vs. N.
L, Stone, slander suit, is on trial in
the Fifteenth District court.
HANAN & SON, BENCH-MADE
HOWARD & FOSTERS & M0NARCHS
$3.50 TO $9.00 THE PAIR,
Nothing can approach our models. When you have
studiel our window display we want you to come and see
them at close range.
tw. at Wheat s home ln shaking of the ifprk the V. M.
inday, March 25. The * • A. Is doing for the soldiers, the foi-
led Widespread atten- lowing was given to a reputer hy one
!> prominence of the ’‘f the boys thut has seen the work.
I. The shooting came 11,1,1 asked me, •‘What the Army Y. M-
k. ns the wen had long c- A- has done and is doing? This is
intimate friends and Wii*t| the 4. M. C. A. 1ms done for us
^ v Wheat la out on 0,1 *he lairder: It has erected lmitdings
.signed bv „ number so that when the. northwest; winds and
n of this city and of storms are raging and Mowing dpwn
our tents and the rain was pouring and
* i the weather was cold, we had shelter.
I for Forgery, The Y. M. C, A. had game.-, for us. such
■y, white main of Col- ns chess, dominoes, vietrolas with some
eii placed in the county U*e latest record# and all the men
?mbers of the sheriff's ‘■'ho were in cliarge of tlie buildings
eiiarges of forgerv and seemed to be so willing to help u-
It is slated that while wl>ea we asked them to do smuetltiug
Unsvllle, Storey raised *or na
uni I cheeks to ns much I got my writing paper at tlie 1.
•lr original amount ami "■ ( • A-
ave evidence that wane .,n-v Cyclopes and I>ens at the
nts hare been passed A‘
“I got, my wrapping paper for my
package* and twine to tie them, all
ney Files Tax Suits. f 1<“' '■
ley H. II. Cummins lias "> sa'v mnrlea <he Y. M. C
|„ ,iiv A., am! hoard gome of the best sisuik
ru.i z, a
innueiit taxes which he * heard good singing at the V M.
' •THE SHOE MEN-
.♦THE HOSIERY MEN-
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Informal affair, Better Come
Everybody will have a good time
Owners of Ford cars are advised to
beware of “counterfeit parts.” If
your car needs adjustment bring it
here where you will find reliable ser-
vice with the ^complete mechanical
equipment to give the highest quality
of Ford service obtainable. All the
Ford parts used are supplied by the
Ford Motor Company. You can not
expect your Ford car to give the ser-
vice and endurance you demand un-
less you have it cared for by men ex-
perienced in Ford methods. Runabout
$345, Touring Car $360, Sedan $645,
Coupelet $505, Town Car $595—all
f. o. b. Detroit.
, , , , ;0 For Sale by **J
Arrested for Burglary.
Sheriff Tom Roberts last night plac-
ed a .voting white man by the name of
Hub Jackson In jail, charging him with
burglary of nr esidenee at Preston. It
is stated that Jackson secured about
$1 in money and a jug of whisky in his
Sheriff (iocs to San Antonio.
Sheriff Tom Rolterts left yesterday
afternoon for San Antonio, taking wit h
him Mrs. Nancy F. Stanford, recently
adjudged insane in tlie county court
here, who will he placed in the asylum
at that, place.
so are we
home camp it, was good to have the^Y.
M. O .A. to go to and to bo in civiliza-
The following letter is what one sol-
dier thought of tlie Army f, M. C. A, :
‘‘Camp Stewart, El Paso, Tex., Oct..
“Dear Pal: It's ruining tonight; a
good uiglit to writ® letters. 1 have
written to everybody luck home and 1
feel as if you ought to know some-
tiling about Ihe work of this life-saver,
the Young Men’s Christian Association.
You will find it wherever there are
men. mid there are men here on the
border tonight. Tlie ‘Y’ Is here, good
and strong with a comfortable shack
for every brigade. - '
“Since our Shack opened the Musa
Bar and Bills Place are pretty well
deserted. Mother gets more letters
and thi> Flitted States government gets
efficiency. If vrtu hate loved ones at
home, yon can't resist the oiieii ink
bottles and the pens and paper. It
makes you ashamed to think that the
T is more Interested in yonr loved j
ones than you are. It, hands you out'
religions in doses n man can take. It,
tightens up the li;liter Hint gets loose J
when a man gets away from home. It j
assures you that some one is Interested
in you, no matter who or where you
‘‘Who pays? I don't know, but
whoever it is. God bless them. They
are the fathers of thousands of boys.’”
The International Committee of the
Young Men’s Christian Association is
raiisng $3.0(10,000 for the work among
.the soldiers. Dallas is to raise $10,-
000 of tills amount nnd’thls morning’s
News stated that they have already
raised $72500 and they hois' to got
$15,000, instead of $10,(Kto. What, is
Sherman going to raise for her part,
for tlie work among our boys that
have already left Sherman and those!
that are soon to leave? It. It* up to you
and to me.
ASSBURN’S ICE CREAM
Tlie Ice Cream Incomparable
Fifteenth District Court.
lit the ease of J. E. lewis vs. C. E.
“Sehaff, receiver for the M., K. & T-
Ily. Co. of Text, there was an agreed
judgment in the sum of $2,000 for
(lie plaintiff. Tlie plaintiff sued for
$20.00b damages growing out. of al-
leged Injuries which he received when
one of tlie defendant company’s en-
gines struck: a scaffolding on which lie
was working during the course of tin;
construction of tlie viaduct at Denison.
202 S. Crockett.
Lucy Moorman, of Silver City, N.
M.. 1ms fallen heiress to $5,000,000 by
the deaih of a rich unde.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Two while men nrrested by Officers
Gilley and Craiiie last night and
charged with being drunk were fined
$1 and costs in city court this morning.
We have decided to close out our business in
Sherman, and to make a quick clearance of our entire
stock of Fine Pattern Hats, Shapes and Trimmings.
will offer it at Sacrifice Prices for the next two weeks.
This stock is all fresh and new. This Spring’s Millin-
ery; the styles are right and the prices are lower than
you have ever bought such high-class goods. You are
invited to this feast of bargains.
FINE HATS AT HALF AND LESS
THAN HALF FORMER PRICES
which were low to begin with.
FOR SATURDAY SPECIALS:
ONE I/IT PATTKU.V HATS, WORTH TO $1(UK>, ONLY____$3.95
ONE LOT TKI.MMF.Ii HATS. WORTH TO $7 50, ONLY......$2.95
ONE LOT TRIMMED HATS. WORTH To $5.00, ONLY......$1.95
Don’t let this opportunity slip by to supply yourself
and family with headwear.
125 NORTH TRAVIS ST.
Pearce Auto Company
Boys are Placed in Jail.
Two white hoys a Unit fifteen years
of age. named Malcolm Cox and Her-
man Horton, both of Denison, have
been placed- in the eounty jail by
County Probation Officer John Moore.
They are charged with train riding
and the theft of two watches.
; Before Buying a Talking Machine Investigate the I;
Gus Bold still and Lizzie Itoilins.
Tom Leonard and Miss Cora Ding.
John Miller and Miss Beatrice
The Standard of the World. We sell them on easy payments.
OUR RECORD DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE.
3134— Sherman ChaInter Co.. Chal-
3135— Mrs. E. M. Beazley of Deni-
ftpiS—F. W. Marston of Cultcm,
Come in and Make Your Seleetions.
Real Estate Transfers.
Boy C. V inned ze ot ux to Mrs.
Mary M. Hastings, lot 16,- block 57.
Miller’s peennd addition to Denison.
Mrs. J. L. Drake to L. M. Ridont.
lots 9 and 10, block 5, same addition.
L. C. Vlvion et ux to C. J. Wilson,
lot in .1. Hiinny survey, $700.
E.iP. .Horne et ux to G. B. Hudson,
lot 75x150 feet, .1. B. MeAnair survey.
H. S. Gardner et nx to J. N. Reid,
lots 27 and 28, L. C. Chapman's ad-
dition to Sherman, $200.
Lula Mel-endou et vir to A. It. Leo.
37(5 acres, ,T. Reece survey,'$5,000.
A. H. Lee to 51. s. McGee, 370 acres,
same survey. $4,500.
THE TEMPERING OF BRONZE
WHY TAKE CHANCES
Knowledge ef How to Do It Perished
With Hiram Abif, Man of Tyre,
According to Tradition.
Tornado Insurance only costs $4.00 for $1,000—3 years—larger or
smaller amounts in proportion,
HALL & HARE
When King Solomon had reached n
certain stage in the "building of the
temple of Jerusalem he wanted tlie
help of metal workers, for his people
knew little of that art. Therefore
he sent to Ids neighbor, Hiram, king of
Tyre, traditional descendant of Tubnl
Caiq, tlie pioneer of workers in brass
and Iron, Brass in those days was
not brass, as it Is understood now, but
properly bronze, observes the New
York Sun. So King Hiram sent his
master of craft, Hiram Abif.
The Bible relates that “he was a
widow’s son of the tribe of Nnphtall,
and his father was a man of Tyre, n
worker in brass, and he was filled with
wisdom and understanding aiid cun*
riing to work all works ln brass”. —
Custom Tailored “Class*
At Your Price
Yoy don’t have to pay a premium to
be well dressed in our store.
The price you have already decided
to pay for your new Spring suit will
buy made-to-measure, hand tailored
Choose fr amour S00 fine fab*
rica. Pick the stylo that suite
you best. It costs no more,
CONTINENTAL TAILORING IS
** ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD-
Perfection Mop and
The Fcpd for Varnish.
For Cleaning, Polishing and Dusting all Varnished Surfaces and
Orie of the few polishes that does not gum or coat the surfaces.
Gives the varnish its original lustre and brilliancy.
Destroys all germs with which it comes in contact.
JlnexcellQd for Pianos, Automobiles, Furniture, Woodwork,
Hardwood atid Waxed Flors.
Pint cans, 35c; Quart cans fine.
WILL PIERCE & CO.
North. Travis St.
FOUND—A remedy for your floors,*
furniture, in fact, everything in your1
home. Come in and see demonstrated.
Kuigiit-Peveto Co. ’ * inll-2t‘
GOWNS made of good quality plain Nainsook, Lace
Ribbon Trimmed,—some have dainty hand made lace,
are Philippine hand embroidered,' *
SCHOOL DAVS OR VACATION DATS
SHE Will Enjoy
$2.00, $1.75 and $1.50
Tlie Triangle Shape makes it easy to clean those hard-to-get-at-
«GOODNESS UNO WS—THEY'RE GOOD
flf! Drug Company IV
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We're Different—Not Indifferent
Scull, Swain & Wallace
“THE GOOD SERVICE STORE ”
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