Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 10, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' I#, 1912.
BOWELS BAB, LIVER
If OwMipalMl, Bilious, HMiUrhy,
Stomach Hour, gel a 10 rent
box of Oasrarwto— take
You men and women who can't
get feeling right—who have head-
ache. coated tongue, foul taste and
foul breath, dizziness, can t sleep,
are bilious, nervous and upset,
bothered with a sick, gassy, dis-
ordered stomach, or have a bach-
ache and feel worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels
clean with Cascarets, or merely for-
cing a passageway every few days
with salts, cathartic pills or castor
oil? This Is Important.
Cascarets work while you sleep;
cleanse and regulate the stomach,
remove the sour, undigested and
fermenting food and foul gases;
take the execess bile from the liver
and carry out of the system all the
consitpated waste matter and poi-
son in the intestines and bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will straight-
en you out by morning—a 10-cent
box from any drug store will keep
your stomach sweet, liver and bow
els regular and head clear for
months. Don't forget the chil-
dren. They love Cascarets because
they taste good—do good— never
gripe or sicken.
Ta Rime the Housewife
with the Wall Paper for each room
—let her choose them herself here,
and she will find every different de-
sign and style of a high grade, and
most artistically attractive. It is
the delight of ladles to Inspect our
large and varied stock of high-class
wall papers, and to select from it
such patterns as more particularly
please them. We shall be glad to
be favored with a call.
W. N. BUTRIDGE
PAINTS, WALL PAPER AND
OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION
Y. M. n. A. ACTIVITY.
Two Edison Business Phonographs
Have Been Installed.
-SV* OF THK -
American Bank and
At Sherman, State of Texas, at the
Close of Busineps, on the
4th Dap of Sept., 1912.
PubUahed In the : Sherman Dally
Democrat, a newspaper printed and
published at Sherman, - State of
Texaa, on the 7 th day of »qpt.,
Loans and discounts, personal or
Loans, Real Estate ................. 86,976.33
Furniture and Fixtures ............ 4,611.71
Duo from Approved Reserve Acents.
l>ue iroui other Banks and
to check, net............... 5.519.15 52.729.12
Cash Items................ 1,619.40
Specie :...... 8,293.63 30,613.03
Interest in Depositors (Inaranty Fund 6,000.00
Other Kesources as follows:.......... 916.58
Capital Stock paid In..............r..... $200,000.00
CmllvidedProflts.net..... —.... 18,300.28
Due to Banks and Bankers, subject
to check, net............ 13,057.05
Individual deposits, subject tocheck 241,561.78
Time Certificates of Deposit............ 10,684.00
Caseier's Checks............... —.. Ifb.OO
Bills Payable and Rediscounts..... 20,000.110
that* of Texas, County of Grayson, ss:
We, D. 8. Thompson, as Vfee-President, and
Barlow Roberts, as Cashier, of said bank, each
of us do solemnly swear, that the utiove state-
ment Is true to the best of our know ledge and
D. 8. THOMPSON. Vice-President
BARLOW ROBERTS, Cashier
8woni and subscribed to tiefore me, this the
7th day of 8ept., A, D. 1912.
Witness my hand and Notarial Seal on tiie
date last aforesaid
| SEAL| J. R. BULLOCK, Notary Public
C. K. CRAYCROFT, )
R. W. YATE8 S Directors
GEO. HAKPWICKE. >
The corraspomlenee at the office
of the Young Men's Businoiw Abso-
ki&tlon haa become so heavy that,
it has been necessary to install
two Edison business phonographs
Asa resultof some effective date line
publicity which has been carried on
from the association office the
number of inquiries regarding Sher-
man are increasing daily. A letter
has juot. been received from J. A.
Arnold, the decretory of the Texas
Commercial Secretaries and Busi-
ness Men’s association, in which he
states that the news stories which
have emanated from the Shermaji
office have been of general interest
and have received wide circulation.
The association endeavors to keep
Sherman constantly before the peo-
A letter received this morning
from Burt Ball secretary of the
crop improvement committee at
Chicago, commends R. A. O’Bannon
very highly for the excellent work
he has done In connection with the
establishment of the work of the
crop improvement committee in
Grayson county. The special com-
mittee appointed by the association
to deal with this matter is doing
very efficient work under the lead-
ership of Mr. O’Bannon and it is
expected that through the efforts
of this committee severnl hundreds
of dollars will be assigned to Gray-
son county for crop development.
A most excellent letter has been
received from W. F. Proctor, the
state agent of the United States
department of agriculture, regarding
the efficiency of Tom Tennison. spec-
ial agent for this county. The let-
ter reads as follows;
"I received your report and a
cony of your wire to Hon. James
Wilson today and thinking it over
It occurred to mo how valuable you
have made yourself to your people
during this most extraordinary try-
ing time with the fly pest and I
am sure your good' citizens realize
and anpreciate your efforts in their
behalf. Our organization is certain
l.y one of the most watchful, looking
out at, all times for anything which
causes lore or trouble to the farm^v
In the recent caterpillar Invasion
you were right onto them even In
giving directions to prevent them
destroying the crops and educating
the people to know how to combat
them in the future. Surely it is
worth while that this organization
has such men connected with it. I
hope the pests are now wrli under
coo-troi! -and the will not be
great as expected.”
As n result of the .letter sent out
from the association office to the
farmers in the vlncinlty of Sher-
man several Inquiries are coming
to the office.
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UNCLE EZRA SAY8
“It don’t take more'n a gill uv ef-
fort to gjt fpjks „ into a .peck, ,. pf
trouble" atjd % little neglect of, cori-
stitpatlo’n. biliousness, indigestion
or other liver derangement will do
the same. If ailing, take Dr.
King’s New Life Pills for quick re-
sults. Easy, safe, sure, and ouly
25 cents at Lankford-Keith Drug
At 2:30 p. m. today 95,
The following weather forecast
has been posted by R. A. Gibbs, lo-
Tonight and Wtednesday generally
GIVE PROPER CARE TO
THE BAIR AND YOU WILL
NEVER NEED A WIG
VERY INTERESTING PROGRAM
IS BEING CARRIED OUT.
Special Agricultural Agent Toni
Tennison Delivered an Address
— Attendance is Large.
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Furniture awl Fixture*_____.............
inure at in Guamntr Fund____________
acwl#'.- atrip.'. .jPA j ; 5-
toiler s Truster
The man who wears a toupee
does not like it, but has the cour-
age of his convictions.
Nature never Intended that the
top of the head should be left en-
tirely without protection. A bald
head is very susceptible to contrac-
tion of colds and neuralgia. Wear-
ing an artificial top piece counter-
acts this tendency,, and, aside from
the Improvement in the personal
appearance, is amply justified.
How much better It would have
been bad the man, now chronically
bald and wearing a toupee, but re-
alized earlier In life the approach-
ing danger and devoted a little reg-
ular attention to his hair, which
would have saved it.
There is a remedy whlcji will ab-
solutely prevent baldness. Loss of
hair In nine cases out of ten is
unnecessary, being due to dandruff
and thp germ that causes it. This
germ must be destroyed and the
accumulation of dandruff checked.
Then the hair will not fall out, but
instead will grow naturally and
Newbro’s Herpiclde is the reme-
dy, regular applications of which will
do this. It has long been known
as the original remedy which kills
the dandruff germ and Is absolute-
Newbro’s Herpiclde In 50c and
$1,000 sizes is sold by all dealers
who guarantee it to. do all that Is
claimed. If you are not satisfied
your money will be refunded.
Herpiclde applications may al-
ways be obtained at the better
barber shops and hair dressing par-
Anyone desiring to try Newbro’s
Herpiclde before purchasing a large
bottle will receive a nice sample
and booklet by sending 10c in post-
age or silver to the Herpiclde Co.,
Dept, tt., Detroit, Mich. .
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY
I will give a complete six weeks*
treatment. Including singeing, sham-
pooing and massaging for only $5.
MISS BETHEL Z. McGREW,
Successor to Mrs. Emma W. Jackson
lue. Old Phone 771
The Grayson County Teachers’ In-
stitute Is being conducted this
week at the high school building
under very encouraging conditions.
The attendance Is good and the In-
terest shown In the program Is en-
couraging. County Superintend-
ent J. A- Giles is well pleased with
the showing being made. About
two hundred teachers are lu at-
The program began yesterday
and the institute will continue
through Friday. The work pro-
gressed smoothly yesterday, each
teacher taking the respective part
This morning the second day of
the institute started at 9 o’clock.
The invocation was given by Rev.
Forest Smith of the First Baptist
church. Mrs. Billie Bryan ren-
dered a delightful vocal solo, that
was greatly enjoyed.
As Introductory numbers or spe-
cial features of the program this
morning, Tom Tennison, special ag-
ricultural agent for the county,
made a short talk to the teachers.
Then Mr. Fletcher spoke In behalf
of the state declamation league,
stating that this work Bhould not be.
neglected as one of the essentials
in the schools.
This afternoon a special feature
of the Institute, and one that had
not been placed on the program
was tho talk by B. E. Satterfield of
lHoney Grove, who spoke with ref-
erence to the conference of educa-
The program for today was as
Primary Section— Miss Welland,
Van Alstyne, leader.
Reading. Oral—Mrs. Waddlll,
Methods in Addition—Miss Sue
Paper Folding—Mrs. Alma May-
Intermediate Section—H. S. Deem,
Oral Spelling—Miss Ona Tabb, El-
Den9mlnate Numbers—A. S. Hig-
Grammar—'Particles and Infini-
tives—Miss Eula Hunter, Denison
High School Section—J. E. Bene-
Map Making In History—MlsS Hor-
tense Gregory, Sherman.
Simple Laboratory Experiments In
Physiology—Miss Lula Gough,
12:00 to 1:30—
_________ NQON REJCESS. . ;
1:30 to 2;30 p. m.— • j *
Discussion by Institute.
The School Plant. 1. Grounds—
Miss Mary Lee Thompson, Whites-
2. House—C. D. Whltton, Deni-
3. Equipment—Simon B. Slvells,
2:45' to 4:00 p. m. Professional
Section One—G. W. Acton, Whltes-
The Teacher Qualifications for
School Management, Chapt. IV.
—W. N. Holley, Whltesboro.
Preliminary Organization First Day
of the Term, Chapt. V.—Miss
Myrtle Dial, Sherman.
The Grouping and Promoting of
Pupils, Chapt. VI—Miss Mollie
Section Two—W. F. Barnett, Van
The Teacher's Qualification for
School Management, Chapt. IV—
William Plexlco, Whltesboro.
Preliminary Organization First
Day of the Term, Chapt. V—
Miss Virginia Stephenson, Bells.
The Grouping and Promoting of
Pupils, Chapt. VI_—R. R. Kltter-
Section Three—J. C. Pyle, Sherman,
The Tqacher’s Qualifications for
School Management. Chapt. IV—
W. L. Epps, Pottsboro.
Preliminary Organization First Day
of Term, Chapt. V—Miss Neva
The Grouping and Promoting of
Pupils, Chapt. VI—Miss Sue
Section Four—41. J. Denton,- White-
The Teacher’s Qualifications for
School Management, Chapt. IV—
D. W. Garland, Whltesboro.
Preliminary Organization First
Day of Term, Chapt. V.—Miss
Mamie Smith, Denison.
The- Grouping and Promotion of
Pupils, Chapt VI—Miss F’lla
Section Five—J. E. Benedict, Col-
The Teacher’s Qualifications for
School Management, Chapt. IV.—
Miss Lena Brack, Sherman.
Preliminary Organization for the
First of the Term, Chapt. V.—W.
B. McCoin, Denison.
The Grouping and Promotion of
Pupils, Chapt. VI.—Miss Bettle
THE MEN WHO STVCKED.
as heads of laree enterprises are
men of *reai energy. Success, to-
day, demands Uoa'th. To ail Is to
fall. It’s utter tolly for a ntan to
endure a wtek, run-down, half
alive condition when Electric Bit-
ters will put him right on big feet
In short order, “Four bottles did
me more real good than any other
medcine I ever took,’’ writes Chas.
B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. “After years
of suffering with rheumatism, liver
trouble, stomach disorders and de-
ranged kidneys, I am again, Vhanks
to Electric Bitters, sound and well.
Try them. Only 50 cents at Lank-
ford-Keith Drug Co. dftw
Malaria Causes Logs of Appetite.
The Old Standard GROVE’S
$23,000 Depot for Ada.
Ada. Okla., Sept. 10.—Official In-
forrnatijtt wag given out yesterday
that the Frisco railroad company
had let the contract for a new depot
jor this city, to be erected at the
junction of Main street and the rail-1 Year8 ago from
MRS. J. A. McCAMPBELL DEAD.
Pud-ted Away last Night at the
Home on South Walnut Street.
Mrs. J. A. McCampbell, aged 41
years, died last night at 9TS9
o’clock at the family residence on
South Walnut street. Death came
after an Illness of about three
months with pellagra. The family
moved to this city about four
Anadarko, Ok la-
road tracks. The ground has al-
ready ocen condemned and cleared
of buildings. The new depot is to
cost about $25,090.
R. Tlopver 'of Ennis, superin-
tendent !df the H. & T. C„ was here rls of the Travis Street
yesterddy on business.
A- train" lpad of returning horne-
seekere was delivered to the Frisco
last’ night by the H. T. & C. This
mornihg a second train was deliv-
ered hefe. Conductor Bob Sideli
was in charge of the train that left
here this morning.
The H. & T. C. has given notice
that all telegraph operators on
its line must provide themselves
with standard time pieces. There
has heretofore been no such regu-
lation in effect and the order will
necessarily cause a number of new
watches to be purchased. The
watch necessary to pass the railroad
inspection is about a 19 jewel,
double toller. 'However, there are
some t7 jewel watches that will
P., Com bp, switchman for the
Frisco, is layi tig off* for a few days
on account of tne death of a broth-
er,-Alvin Combs, at Yoakum, Tex-
as, yesterday. Mr. Combs leaves
here today for JBremond, where the
body will ,be’shipped for burial, and
•Which' place ts the borne of the par-
ents, Mr. ahd Mrs. B. Combs. Alvin
Combs was 29 years of age, and
dropped dead yesterday. He was
a single man, and is survived by
the parents, three sisters and five
MRS. L. F. NORFLEET DEAD,
homa, and they have a large num-
ber of friends in the city.
Tho funeral! service will be con-
ducted at 4:30 o'clock this after-
noon at the residence, 1305 South
Walnut street, by Rev. J. L. Mor-
church. Burial will be at West
<12.1 til cemetery.
The hunhand <and five children
<au-rvlve the deceased: J. A. McCamp-
bell and1 Lloyd, Herbert, Exa. Ber-
nice and Anna Vere McCampbell.
i.eo- parents, Mr. and Irs. Giles
Harding of Roswell, N. M.; slaters,
Mrs. J. R. Elliott of Austin, Mid. J.
L. Stork of Plano, Mrs. Fran!:
Thompson of Howe, Mrs. Ida Ful-
ler of this city; brother®, W. L.
Harding of Waxahachie, Alfred
Harding of Wichita Falls were all
here at the time of death and will
attend the funeral services this af-
ternoon. J. T. Stark of Plano and
Frank Thompson of Howe wt<re
here with their wives. M'rs. A. D.
Shreweberry of Little Rock, Arkan-
sas, and Mrs. B. L. Fields of Ros-
woll, N. Mi., are staters of the de-
CLEANSTK MIR AND MAKES IT
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BEAUTIFUL-25 CENT “D1DERINE”
N A FEW’MOMENTS YOLK HAIR LOOKS SOFT, FLUFFY, I.US.
TltOl K AND ABUNDANT—NO FALLING HAIR OR DANDRUFF
«•'.*. ■ **»»i „I.-M ...
Surely try a “Dandterlne Hair
Cleanse'' if you wlBli' *'tb 'immedi-
ately double the beauty of your
hair. Just molstpn $ cloth with
Danderlrie and draW It carefully
througli yohr hair, 1 taking one
Bmall strand at a time,' this will
cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or
any excessive Oil—111 a few mo-
ments you will bo ahlazed. Your
hair will be wavy; fluffy and abund-
ant and possess an Incomparable-
ses, purifies and invigorates the
scalp, forever stopping itching and
Danderine is to the hair what
fresh showers of rain and sunshine
are to vegetation. It goes right to
the roots, invigorates and streng-
thens them. Its Exhilarating, stim-
ulating and life-producing proper-
ties cause the hafr to grow abund-
antly long, strong and beautiful.
You can surely have pretty, soft,
softness, lustfe and luxuriance, the: lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you
beauty and shimmer of ti-ue hair will just get a 25*cent bottle of
health. " tx |Knowlton’s Dand.erlne from any
Besides beautifying the' hair, one drug store or toilet counter and try
application of J>and^r,ine dissolves It as directed,
every particle of Dandruff; clean-1 _ •
Passed Away Yesterday at Home of
Her Mother in Commerce.
,Mrs. fj. F* Norfleet, aged about
21 years, dfol yesterday afternoon
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Bfiggncg, at Commerce. Mrs. Nor-
fleet left here three weeks ago to
pay her mother a short visit and
soon aifter arriving at ‘Commerce
was taken 111. Paralysis is said to
have been the principal cause of
illness. " i
Mr. NorfileeE, who works for the
Cotton Belt here, left several days
ago for Commerce on account ot
his wife’s Illness. They movea
here about twq y&ass ago from Com.
nterce and l)Ay« many /Mends In
the city. rtjV the^. several
months the&nd rooms at the home
of Mr. and Wjs. H. H. Pelley on
South Willow street* *
Several friend^ went from |tew>
' i aP'
today to atend the, funeral this at- _ „
ternoon at v 3(1 •qVlook at Com-4 Bussey & i o.
merce. Tho deceased Is survived by
the huflbandN the mother, and a
brother and sister at Commerce. v
Mrs. LillianCallaway ha»
made applleittloo in the county
court to probat'd the last will and
testament of Mj;s. Nettie A. Fields,
her mother. • The will represents
real and personal property of the
probable value of $10,000 and Mrs.
Callaway was appointed executrix
of same. Mrs. Fields died Septem-
ber 1st at Howe. The will provides
that $1,000 be given to her grand-
son. J. J. Chesley and that the sum
of $1 be given her daughter, Mrs.
Maude Elizabeth Chesley. The re-
mainderiof the estate was willed to
Ju '.ge Pearson is still hearing the
motion for a new trial in the Carl
Oliver murder case. The motion has
been in progress ail elf today and
Seabon Smith and 'Mrs. Josephine
Hudson are named in a marriage
license issued this morning.
The police were caned to No.
1102 E$st Lamar .streets where it
was Reported’ som'6 one was trying
to break into a residence. Investiga-
te revealed' ndt'hing and there
waa nothing harmed.
IN (X)l'RT SQUARE PARK.
Court Contracts With Mr. Hollis for
the Park’s Upkeep.
The commissioners court has con-'
traded with Tom Hollis, chief jani-
tor for the court house, to keep the
lawn about the court house In first-
class condition. Each week Mr. Hol-
lis is to see that the grass is mow-
ed, watered, the leaves, sticks, etc.
cleaned away. Also he is to care
for the trees on the yard, water
thejn* ete^ TJils insures the court
yat'd Htaing converted into a park.
The ground Is well sodded, the trees
are looking well and In a short
while, epch will bp in better shape.
It is a noticeable fact that there
are quite a number of people who
reside In th,e city, that persist m
cutting across the square Instead of
going to the walks. The result Is
that there are little paths all over the
yard, that are getting packed so
that the grass, will not grow. Mr.
Hollis asks that the people be civic
lovers enough to keep off the grass.
The commissioners object to put-
ting up signs, “Keep off the grass”
or fencing the Bquare so that the
people will not ruin the grass. They
say it seems to them that they
should have enough interest In the
city to keep from doing it.
Pay your water bill by tbs
Arrangements are Being Made
the Championship Series.
If the Travis Street Methodist
Indoor baseball team defeats the4
Central Christian team tonight at
the Y. Mi. C. A. the playing schedule
for the Sunday eohool loague will be
brought to a Close. This Is on ac-
count of the various schools starting
and the players having to make
extra preparations thus not being
able to devote time to praettee, etc.,
as they have. If the Travia Street
team beats the Christiana tonight it
will insure the final standings of
The Methodists won the first
schedule and the First and Grace
Presbyterian team will have been
victorious In the second. The
championship games will be played
between those teams. The captains
of the vartoua teams will have a
meeting tonight at the Y. M„ C. A.
to decide details for the champion-
Last night the Central Christians
defeated the Key 'Memorial Metho-
dists by a score of 26 to 21. In the
second game the First and Grace
Pr-ebyterlan team were victors
over the First Baptists, 16 to 6.
Great interest is being shown in
the contests. Spectators are cordial-
ly invited to attend and many do
Wheat for chicken;, oats, hay,
bran, short*.-r* etc. ^l*jjisa«e V, 369.
The woman who . is most afraid
that some fellow is, going to forci-
bly kiss her hag (east grounds for
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To Drive OiiiTMaiartt*
Anti Build np the System.
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL TQ^rC. You
know what you are tikliig.’ The for-
mula Is plainly prMed on every
bottle, showing it is simply Quinine
and Iron In a tasteless form and
the most effectual form. For grown
people and children, 50c. 20-eod
The woman who can disguise the
fact that she knows hotv to cook
has more than half solved the prob-
lem of living a happy married life.
wants—TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST-—Purse, containing $8.70, In
business section or north part of
city. Finder please bring to Dent
ocrat office and get reward. sl0-5t
WANTED—-A colored woman to
cook. Mrs. C. A. Young, 1502 East
Cherry street, bjew phone 648.
WANTED—A middle-aged white
woman to keep house. Mtb. C. A.
Young, 1502 East Cherry street.
NeW phone 648. "■ sl0-3t
WANTED—Young man to travel in
country. Inquire “F,” care Demo-
crat. .. sl0-3t
B-IDS FOR SIDEWALKS.
Bids will be received at the city
ball (secretary's office) for building
a sidewalk at Fielder Park, until
12 o’clock, noon, September 16,
' AB PAYNE.
sl0-5t Assistant City Engineer.
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The AcotKfigrindc ligntfWt ih« highest
ibeelsin scientific pieno construction.
The art piano with unlimited warranty-
Playors aro the bait and moat rallabla make. Thay art
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Mfo Invite th* public to call and Inspect title
stock whether you wish to buy or not. Now
Pianos am low an 3157.00, second hand
Pianos as low as 310.00 -
Terms iay Be Arranged to Suit Convenience off Buyer
THE LEYHE PIANO CO.
220 SOUTH TRAVIS STREET.
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