Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 11, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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hursday, January 11, 1917
SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT
B. BiDDLE IS NOW
HEAD OF FRISCO—
e. d! LEVY, PROMOTED
Now York, Jan. 11.—W. B. Biddle,
"lio was first vice president «»f the
}xt. Louis & San Francisco Railroad
I’ompany, was yesterday elected prest-
J’l'iit by the hoard of directors here.
■He succeeds \Y. (’. Nixon, who died
|rcoontly after holding office only a
K. 1». Levy, who has lieeu second
vice president and general manager,
fwan chosen Mr. Biddle's successor.
Mr. Levy’s place is taken by M. M.
Bice, wlib was third vice president.
IS 274 MEN
Again for $1-While They Last
1 SORE, TIRED f EET
TJit'J'Tu” for aching, burning,
puffed-up feet and corns
'• or callouses.
flood-bye, sore feet, burning feet, swol-
len feet, tender feet, tired feet.
Good-bye, corn*, callousea, bunions and
T^w spots. No more shoe tightness, no
more limping with pain or drawing up
your face in agony. “Tin” is magical,
acts right off. “Tix” draws out all the
poisonous exudations which puff up the
feet. lTse “Tiz” and wear smaller shoes.
Use "Tlx” and forget your foot misery.
Ab! how comfortable your feet feel.
Get a 25-cent box of “Tix” now at
aay druggist or department store. Don’t
syffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet
tiat never swell', never hurt, never get
tired. A ygar’s foot comfort guaranteed
of money refunded.
Get tlie Habit of
Drinking Hot Water
Saya we can’t look or feel right
with the system full
Millions of folks bathe Internally
now instead of loading their system
with drugs. “What’S an inside bath?”
you say. Well, it is guaranteed to per-
form miracles If you could believe
these hot water enthusiasts.
There are vast numbers of men and
women who, immediately upon arising,
in the morning, drink a glass of real
hdt water with a teaspoonful of llm*
styne phosphate Ip if., This is a very
excellent health 'measure. It Is in»
w AV ID Ulv
tended to flush the stomach, liver kid-
nap® and the thirty feet of intestines
ofjthe previous day’s Urtste, sour bile
nnid indigestible material left over In
the body which If not eliminated every
day, become food for the millions of
bacteria which Infest the bowels, the
ntfck result-la polsous and toxins
wflich are then absorbed into the blood
causing headache, bilious attacks, foul
breath, bad^taste, colds, stomach trou-
ble, kidney misery, sleeplessness, im-
pure blood and all sorts of ailments.
People wh(), fpcl good one day and
MBly but who simply can
not get -feeling right are urged to
otffaln a Quarter pound of limestone
pnbsphato at the drug store. This
. bsph&te at the drug store,
wfl cost very little but Is sufficient
to make anyone a real crank on the
subject of interna! sanitation.
Just as soap and hot water act on
kidneys and bowel*. It is vastly more
Important to bathe on the inside than
on the outside, because the skin pores
do not absorb impurities into the
blood, while the bowel pores do.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
Northbound local cars on the hour
North bound Limited, 27 minutes at
ter the odd hour uutH 7 :'J7 p. in., In
Soutl) bound locals' leave 115 minute-
after the even hour.
South bound Limited 35 minute:
after the odd hour until’ 7:35 p. ui. hi
> H. & T. C. RAILWAY.
N4 5 arrives ......... 10:40 a. n.
Kt C arrives ..............,'5:15 p. m
MISSOURI, KANSAS A TEX^S.
......11:10 a. m
........1:30 p. m
No. 32 departs .11:20 a. m
No. 38 departs ...........2:35 p. m
No. 39 arrives
T. « P. RAILWAY.
NO. 32, mall and express 11:17 a. m
No. 34, Cannon Bull ......7:00 a. m
No. 36,. express leaves'......4:00 p. ,n
No, 33, Cannon Ball...,..11:25 p, m
No. 31, mall and express. .2:00 p. m
No. 35, mall and express. .10:50. a. m
No. 21). arrives .........10:10 o. m
No. 204 departs ......10:40 a. m
N'd. 203 arrives ..........4:15 p. m
No. 30 departs ...........4:45 p. m
Antonio, Tex., Jan.' 11.—Ac-
cording to an official annual report
compiled at the office of the chief sur-
geon of the Southern Department only
27 deaths have occurred during the
last seven months In uu army of more
than 1,70,000 National Guardsmen hu<1
regulars. Of these 108 are classified
as caused by violence and the balance
of 10<^ due to disease.
These figures are evidence of a splen-
did record, It was declared, nhd prove
beyond a doubt tbe generally healthy
condition of the army as a whole,
while in service. The annual summary
in detail alos tends to prove the erron-
eous many recent re|>orts from various
border districts regarding the large
number of deaths that have occurred
from one cause or another. Of the
total of 274 deaths 47 were caused
by gunshot wounds. This includes the
eleven men who ware killed at Carrl-
r,al In the engagement on June 21, San
Ignacio raid on June -5. I’arrnl and
other minor clashes. These men were
regulars. The National Guard was
not called into Federal service for bor-
der duty, with the exception of the
Texas troops, until June 18. Since
Hint time there have been several vic-
tims of bullet wounds.
There have been twenty-nine acci-
dental deaths. Nineteen men have
committed suicide. Ten have died by
drowning ,-md three us a result of nun-
stroke, This makes a total of 108
deaths which have been caused by vio-
lleuce of one sort or another.
( Out of the 166 other deaths 4-1 were
due to pneumonia and this, according
to the report, was the, largest number
of any sjieclfic disease. Thirty-four
of these oecu red during the month of
Detvwber, which mcaus that iu the
preceding six months only ten deaths
from that cause were recorded.
Most of these were In the western
portions of Texas or in Arizona, where
the climate is said to have been ex-
tremely severe during tbe last, two
About thirty-one deaths were from
nMondiml diseases, appendicitis and
Internal troubles of that nature. Dys-
entery claimed eleven men, but only
one death from typhoid fever has re-
sulted during the entire seven months.
Suporiidindent of Social
Hama Mi.oionary Society of Travis
— ——i™,-, »y of Ti
Street Methodist Church.
By request I submit for publh-a
tion my annual report of 1910 as su
perinfeiident of Social Servieo </t the
'Woman1* Missionary Society of
Travis Street Methodist church:
..Number,of visits to sick and stran-
ers and shutins. 2,174.
Number sick and distressed remeni
iwfed with flowers. Inti.
Number book? and papers given
and loaned, 1,207. »■
Number cordial IoindsbnkeS oi
greetings to strangers or those who
seem neglected, 819.
Number trays sent to sick and
Numl*er garments given to the
Number. needy helped 1,922. • ,
Total amount iqieut for benevolence
Total amotUit s)ient on the parson
Total amount spent. on church
Total amount sjs-nt locally aud
imount sent to conference treasurer,
Total, amount rnised during tre
Have found employment, for men.
vomen aud children, 1 hereby helping
'hem to help tremsoives.
Much time has Intcti sjient i.u sow-
ing and Quilting for the |M»or and in
arltig for them in sickness and in
various ways to make them comfort-
Dependent and delinquent children
'live been looked after and cared for.
Under the management of Mrs. r>.
Vaden during tbe past tbree years
he ftowth of the soeh-ty has boon
vonderful l->th spiritnallv and ma-
terially. It’s mcmltere regret, very
orueh to know that pressing obliga-
tions make It impossible for her to
ic»;ept the presidency for another
rear lmt wo are very fortunate in
having Mrs. D- K. Porter for presl-
leht fo 1017 and under her splendid
eadership we look forward to a year
if great things.
HUPT. OF SOCIAL yKBVIOE,
. “ « If
This Guaranteed Aluminum Cooker
The cost of Aluminum has doubled since we ordered these lifetime
Cookers. At present prices, this offer would be impossible. So, in all
probability, after our supply is exhausted, it cannot be made again.
Nt*xt week the grocers of this city will once more feature this
Quaker Cooker offer. And for the last time, we believe.’
We have supplied Cookers now to over 1,000,000 homes; We have
supplied these guaranteed Aluminum Cookers for $1 to Quaker Oats
users. But this offer ends with our present supply, and probably for-
ever. Unless Aluminum drops 50 per cent, we cannot again offer a
Cooker like this for $1.
But next week only we make the offer below. You can get this
Cooker for $1, by buying two of our cereals which should be cooked in it.
rpi • /f • 1*11 t •
This offer is made to induce better cooking. To bring you Quaker
, with the flavor ke^pt in-
8100 REWARD, $100.
507 (soTitb-baimd > arrives 0:55 p. m
508 ’<north bound) leaves 7:50 a. m
511 (south bound) arrives,.5:00 p. m
, Leaves 5:05 p. m
512 (north bound) arrives .1:20 p. m
. - Leaves 1:30 p. m
7Gtves.. 7:00 a. m
No, o nor(hbound,........10:40 a. m
No. 6 southbound ........5:15 p. m
The readers of’Oils paper will hr
pleased to learn that there Is at least
me dreaded disease that science has
(teen able to- cure iti all its stages,
md that is catarrh. Catarrh being
greatly influenced by constitutional
conditions requires constitutional
treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is
taken'internally and acts thru the
Blood and Mucous Surfaces of the
System thereby destroying the foun
datlon of the disease, giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the con-
stitution and assisting nature iu do
ing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in the curative jh>w-
ers of Hall’s Catarrh Cure that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that It fulls to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CIIEENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists
Oats end Pettijohn’s cooked in perfect form, W1M1 tllt ts.cpi in-
tact. Our reward will come in your doubled delight in these foods.
We ask the trademarks just to show that you use our cereals. Unless
you have the right flakes, right cooking docs not help much. But, if
you use Quaker Oats and Pettijghn’s, this cooker is yours for $1. This
** for one week only. Get the packages from any grocer named below.
One Week Only—Your Last Chance
Our Offer Is This: ?end US tWb tradc™ark* c,ut,fron? packages of Quaker Oats and one trademark cut
ao A aiio. from a package of Pettnohn s—the Dicturr nf Diioi.r i____ c
Dr b---Yu ”■ “ "TT o0m a P^kage of Pettijohn’s—the picture of the Qutkeron the fmrnof thToLS
Oats package and the picture of the Bear on the front of the Pcttiiohn’s Dackatre—or if vmi nJu ! j f
five trademarks from Quaker Oats alone Send us $1 with these tfadema?ks and we wil mailEhe^^Mk’er^
Trademarks must be mailed next week. Thit offer applies in thU vicinity only. Address yP£elp°*t.
The Quaker Oats Company, 1708 Railway Exchange, Chicago
The Extra-Delicious Vim-Food
Flaked from Queen Oats Only
All the world over Quaker Oats holds first place among oat foods,
lovers of a hundred nations send to us to get it. A billion dishes are
consumed each year. Nowhere in the world do connoisseurs find any oat
food to conrparft witlait.
The reason is this: Quaker Oats is made from queen grains only—just
the big, plump, luscious oats. No puny starved grains are included. A
bushel of the-choicest oats yieMs only ten pounds of Quaker.
The result is a flavor which has won the world—a flavor which is match-
less. Yet these large and luscious flakes cost you no extra price.
Nature stores in oats a wealth of vitality which everybody needs. We
want you to know this fascinating vim-food, hiade as we make it and
cooked in our way. • -
Rolled Wheat with 25% Bran Flakes
A Modem Bran Dainty
Eyery doctor advises bran, as essential to right living. It is Nature’s-
laxative. Everybody every day should eat it. It means better health better
spirits sunnier days. Without it, our diet of fine food forces folks to’drugs.
• s 19 “a<3® t0 mee* doctors' requirements. The bran is hidden
willmlt Sr 1S m flakC f0rm’ Whkh “akes il doubly effici®nt. Ground bran
rJS SS'Efe N°"i,s »««-a
Then try Pettijohn’s Flour. It is 75 per cent fine patent flour mixed with
25 per cent bran flakes. Use it like Graham flour in any recipe
These Grocers Will Feature the Cooker Offer Next Week
Embry & Son........T TZ9 South Montgomery St.
Edward Taylor. .......1201 South Montgomery St.
A. J. Lawrence..............201 E. Mulberry St.
O’Hara Grocery Co.......Cor. Walnut and Park Ave
W. D. A. Reid..............215 South Maxey St.
Thomas Inman & Sons. -----Cor. Pecan and Willow.
W. W. Turley. ............... 600 East Cherry St.
S. R. Libit............Cor. Vrells Ave & Vaden St.
C . Castile................620 West Houston St.
V . H. Lucas, No. d........Cor. Grand & Richards
W. H. Lucas..........Cor. College and Broughton
Cash Grocery Co.............N. W. Comer Sqaare
Jacques-Crutchfield Grocery.. .Cor. Travis 6c /ones
Dunk Inman.................209 West Houston
J- B. DeWitt............. .212 West Houston St.
Howdeshell Grocery Co..........West Side Square
NOTABLE BIRTHDAYS TODAY. |
SiiMMERHiLL MOVING VAN.
Hanfinc and Storng.
Office. Old 986. New phone 861
MUSKOGEE DOCTORS WILL
KEEP UP WITH THE
HIGH COST OF LIVING
Commander ^ci«U C. Palmer, It. s.
A., who succeeded Rear Admiral
Victor Bine as Chief of the U. S.
Bureau of Navigation Inst August,
In 44. yearn old today. While serving
us chief of navigation. Commander
Palmer enjoys the relative rank anil
pay of • rear admiral. He is consid-
ered one of tbe most promising young-
er officers of (he service. He was
born in Missouri Jan. 11, 1873,
graduated from Annapolis in 1X00.
and served on board the U. S. S. New
York, flagship of the North Atlantic
Fleet, which destroyed the Spanish
fleet iji the battle of Santiago. He
attained his present rank of con?
mander in July. 1915. The office to
which he lias beem called to replace
Rear Admiral Bine is one of the
most Imiiortant Mn the administrative
system of the IT. S. navy department.
Earl Cnram of Keddleston, forau-i
Viceroy of India, recently named
Isinl President of the war council
and government leader of the House
of Lords in, the new Lloyd George
cabinet, and who recently married
.. beautiful American. Mrs. Alfred
Duggan, for his second wife, 58 years
Congressman Samuel E. lienkos of
Michigan, who Is contesting the elec-
tion of his republican opponent,
Mark R. Bacon, at The recent eon
test, 56 years old today. ,
James H. Kurils, president of the
Boston - & Maine It. It., 5,", years old
Thomas Dixon. famous writer,
author of "The Fall of a Natldn,”
53 years old today.
John Cgllan O'Lauglilin, noted
journalist and student of foreign af-
fairs. former assistant IT. S. Secre-
tary of State, 44 years oltl today.
of $5-000 and over in Blaek Land Counties of North
and Central Texas.
Adequate Funds, Long Time, with attractive pre-
, payment options. Prompt sendee.
Both I’jgmes 832.
COPLEY & ROWAN MIL
II. & P. Bank Building.
We Wish You a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
•I We are under many obligations
to you for your 1916 business and
hope to share your 1917 trade.
Cash Grocery Company
BOTH PHONES I4t.
J. A. Hardaway N W. Cor. Square
W. H Lacan
Get ourprices on
IV. B. McDonald
Sooth Side Sqaare
We Sell Everything in Lumber
J. D. BUSTER,
I Buildlug, Room U.
Muskogee, Ok„ Jan. It.-—In an of-
ofieial announcement just made the
Muskogee County Metlicnl Society de-
clares that, hereafter calls will he 83
instead of |2, and that night calls will
be fo. Obstetrical operations are rais-
ed from 825 to
You win by being able to get anything you want at
this yard when you want it.
You win by being able to get it at a priee that la
always Consistent with the quality of the materiaL
You win by trading with a firm that backs up every
statement it makes, that stands behind every dollar’s
worth it sells.
' Yon win in every way when you buy your lumber
and other materials here. v
NEAT MARKET RE-OPENED
I have just purchased the Meat Market formerly owned
by John Arnold, 1203 South Montgomery street, and will
carry a full line of Fresh Meat at all times.
I v/ant all my friends when in need of good tender meat
to call Old Phene 1518.
H. E. BERRY
Old Phone 1518.
1203 Booth Montgomery 81
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
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