Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-EITHTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Friday, April 11, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT
THE TRADING INSTINCT.
fi. O. ft E. C. H ENTER Publtehera.
White some brtys are playing hall,
i others ran la? found down hack of the
bowse trailing jark knives. At n lat'T
stage the same ki<l* an- *wappine
Entered It the postofTIce at fiber- Wat/he?. Still f.-irtlM-r on they afw
man ns mail matter of the second trading Idejrrles. By the time flier are
jjjjjj® Congress ^ age. They may have dealt in motor-
- ■______ cycle* and automobiles. Boys of that
Telephones ..............110 and 111 kind are the traders and -ten- kocp-
Members of theAs*wUted Press. ~ I*™ ,,f f",nr‘‘ rl"-v him‘ " *1ft fm
The Associated Press Is exclusively determining v values. and for turning
entitled to the pse for repnhlicatlon over nn.v article of human connm^ee
•&• © O
•< all news dltpal' hes credited to it or
pot otherwise credited In this paper ' ‘
and also the local news imhlished here- 1,1 f‘ar,v Lfe they are very apt to
In. All rights Of repuhllcatlou of set op little stores at Imme Out In the
•portal dispatches herejn are also se- woodshed, where tljev traffic in eliihl
yrT^'L,^ ^ , ~ ___ kniokknacks Tiny also start in the
Mail subscribers changing locations peddling garni , ami when they leave
should give the former addym as well .«=chf.#jtare ready To go into the regular
as the new one.MntisertbeTrs served by
$ o $ |
1 BURNING EH
Apply Zemo the Clean, An-
tiseptic Liquid—Easy to Use
—Does Not Stain
wiiat has luiiipened.
1/'aping oil his horse he rides series
I the curve ami reaches a T,'-TI talc
standard across the trie k just as the
i p* aTld satisfying.
Greasy salves and ointments should
tot be applied if good clear skin is.
wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
11.00 for large sire, gel a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
.emoves eczema, quickly stops itching,
md heals skin troubles, alio sores,
mrns, wounds and chafing. It pene-
rates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is
t dean, dependable and inexpensive,
mtisoptic liquid. Try it. as we believe
lothing you have ever used is as effect*
|ear flashtsl ini > view. (')iiiildng t i
[the center of the tell-tale, lie drops to
j the top of the ear.' lie is almost
f luirled over the side, hut clings to
i the milling libard and finally stops j
jit. jnst as it touches t!«r pitot of the
' passenger train, also brought in a
s:op in the nick of lime.
William Human is the hero, and he-
: tween the ride and the drop to the
i sfietaljnig ear lie admits it was about
the limit of screen real ism, as he
j knows it. Duncan who also directed
| the .dial, is supported hy an all-star
'List, including Keith Johnson-—"ant
OIL COOK STOVES
carriers will please asslaf* u,e man-
agement In rendering good service hy
notifying the Democrat about irregu-
larities and omissions.
I yet held Dorothy’s hand tightly
clasped In tn.v own, and the depths of
her uplifted eyes questioned me.
“We will go aft, dear, and I will tell
store business. you the whole story,” I said gently,
The trailing instinct develops enter- “for now we are homeward hound."
prising men. who are willing to take'
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, 0.
j though each one present hesitated to
j speak. .She had risen, and yet stood,
hut with eyes lowered„to the floor.!
Then they were lifted ami met mine ;
DOG CATCHING JOB
, some chances, and who keenly watch 1 write these few dosing lines a year*
Any erroneous reflection upon the i >>">"»» need^ffml constantly • try to later in the cabin of the Oceani Spraj[,
character, standing or reputation of ! supply them.
«ny person, firm or corporation which Many traders develop Into David
a three muster, full to the hatches j
with a cargo of tobacco, hound f-»rj
aj2*arJ" fhp, rlumns *4? Hamms, who are mere'lv concerned to! "«* “ a»*«- ls™ I
Democrat: will t*» gladly corrected tip- deck, eagerly watching for tin* first
on it being brought to the attention of !rn'*° i,! " l>rnfil <° themselves. Tlioj j->|nlI>s(, of the chalk diff* of ole' i
the publishers. |better ti,e bargain gained at some nili-i KllK|Und. I must Join her presently,1
ier person’s expense, the better, they I V(,t linger below to add these final sen-!
Oklahoma City. April it —An exam
linniiui of tin* financial records at
. ,, > .. the. city hull lias cleared a wav the
...I ^ 1 1 myslory suirultndiiig the avalanche of
i here is another debt I owe," she ! applications rWehmtMiy Mayor Watfrin
said clearly, “and would pay, your ex- i for tlte position of city dog cytoiler,
celleney.” After estimating the total soutvesTif in-j
“What is that, fair mistress?” I, canictv.-R-w&jv found tliSt life jt»l* lathi:!
She crossed to rue, her hand unonli,h*“ ''‘"’lufortahie salary ofTipprdxJnitity-i
my arm. jt ly $2,000 ahnnally. or'slightiyjfiss ■tTffiit'-f
, ^“To become the wife of (JeolTry Cart
. c-jare pleased
and tlie more they liragj fences. . I a—
nhont it. j There is, after all, little which needs 11
Tlieir sneeess in business depends j to be said. The voyage of the Santa j
largely on whether they remain mere I M*rie north proved uneventful, and, j ‘
traders and swapjiers. anxious merely! a^,,>r *bat first night of storm,.
ON THE MOVIE SCREEN
of pnlice. *t
A s’ ; r fiu< tens, the 'dog.....c,-ticl!cr re
|; reives .‘it) iK-r emit of all fees paid “for:
I dog, taxes. , Last yyar hfs sh iyc j
atnounti'd to the paltry sum of $1,000. |
• In iH-dition lie gets lift cent* for c:lcli-|
c canine killed, Olftcials at' tlfe police
j staticn say the mortality among dog?'
ttmte Press seems to have got a new|to sell at a profit, or whether tlicy.j , hSTom^trouble with !
hold in Hto dog fight, and the tinder,catch the idea of service. No solid thp nothinB S(,rious. as Wat-
dog is now catching wiiat 81ipnunn husiness; can-'he built up.while the sell-j kjn# antj u„jnes held as I did, and ihe
said war is. " ier thinks'of his profit alone. He must! pledge of Dorothy’s influence brougiit
'""1 ■ si" — J consider how he can so meet the needs courage. I refused to open the chest.
It appears t.hftt the ex-kaJMtr is!af :the public ns to develop permanent) believing our safety, and chanCe of
yen r. cs- :
t icoi 'ic
At (lie King.
Walsh amt Edwnvd
lias beeti higii during the Iasi
-® j |)Cciallv the last mouth. (
j Owners of dogs nrc givhn forfv-
J eight, hours u^tc.r.....their dogs are; cau-
tnred to ilaim their property. If they
' his director. sna.piH'd their fingers at! fail fo aptwar, the dog catcher is in
•j .-upei>tit ion. Kor they began piiofo-! fhfl- I'ontrol. If the enniiio is'a nice
learning modem democratic iiolitiiail: customers.
methods. He lias begun Jo “deny the
Von Hindenhtirg's anp.v never got to
Parte, and the »Peate Conference
seems to lie finding the place ispinlly jfnt tlie store of service wants.all the
The trader with this idea of service
finds that tiic greatest help is newspa-
per advertising. The trader and swap-
per depends on wily talk that he-can't
hack up and would not dare print.
bard to get, out of.
Congressman Good is to be chair-
man of the new House committee on
appropriations. He should have the
earnest co-operation of Congressman
Britain’s prime minister speaks of
“enemy ears" that "tremble with joy.”
Tremulous ears must he a throwback
to the original mouse ediored junk-
' P t
Among the much needed inventions
of flip present moment is n yardstick
of some sort, that will measure exact-
ly Germany’s ability to pay bills for
Sherman architehfs aiv busy on
plans for buildings, mostly residences.
If tlie contractors don't hid too high
(piitem numlier of them will lie erect-
ed this summer.
Our sporting writers beyond ques-
tion have gone to seed. Tlie base ball
season opens in less than three weeks
and no mention ha* been made yet of
Old King Ludwig of Bavaria lias es-
caped Germany under an alios. His
majesty awoke to the fact that a king
by any other name would be .rooyp.^pt
to keep his head.
Dye consumers in the United States
contemplate an organization to com-
lint "tlie unscrupulous methods of the
German (lye trust” It is to' lie their
little color scheme.
The “King of Safeblowers” who has
just been sentenced" in New York to
another term in Sing Sing, hits spent
20 yeurs of his life In prison. He lias
used tlie most of it. it would seem,
gelling into snnietlffiig.
An 80-yoar-ohi French lieutenant
has been mustered out of the army af-
ter sixty years' continuous service.
He will find the discipline of ids mil-
itary experience a great aid in mould-
ing Ills character as lie matures.
It is promised—or Is it a threat?—
that congress will revise the tariff
upward. One vaguely recalls, however,
that there is a tariff commission to
give tlie subject scientific considera-
tion. unless R. lias been alt shot to
pieces like a French cathedral.
Some mute paved streets, just as
soon ns we can afford them, dear city
officials, a few to connect some of the
paring we already hove, will lielp to
make Shernmit more cimvenieut and
add to her looks. This is one ptihOe
utility the people is clamoring for.
perliaps more than any oilier.
public for its work that can
he had.. ■■—
The ground hog must have seen
shadow out at Amarillo.
ly.riters in l’aris tell of tlie many
moods the people are in over the prob-
able; outcome of the peace terms and
President Wilson is lining scored by
some of them, hnf when all the inside
history of that conference is made
public Woodrow Wilson Will he vindi-
cated iig'ii wise, just counselor and
America will have no apologias to
Brass bamls. waving flags, cheers
and similar demonstrations while re-
turned warriors are being welcomed
home are fully appreciated. They are
less useful. however, than are the
open jobs siieeliilly reserved and pre-
serves! for flip soldier hoys. A Chica-
go'firm having proved that llie aver-
age trained soldier is 50 |ier cent Jnnr:*
efficient than tlie average civilian,
there ought to fie no lack of such
places for the boys now emnihg back.
SHERMAN AND THE Y. M, C. A.
Sherman started out to raise ten
tliousaml dollars to supiioij its Y. M.
A. organization a year and went
over the top in less titan a week.
Sherman is hi position to know and
appreciate tlie value of a "Y" organi-
zation that 1ms a home. Denison
friends of tlie organization will start
out soon on a subscription eanipaign
to build a home on lots that have
been Awaiting it for many years. Will
Denison fall short of Khenimn’s ap-
preciation of such high and noble
agencies for good?-—Denison Iieriflil.
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
“Do you consider J” alt unlucky
number?” asked Yorick Hamm “Well,
I’ll raiher play to. mt*re peoples” re-
sponded Hamlet Fatt.— Kansas City
”1 shall have (o study three years
to be admitted to the hnf," said the
young man "with large spectacles
“Taint worth it," commented Uncle
Bill Boftletup. after some thought.
“I'd rather go without the drink.”—
Passion, enthusiasm—it is not less
we want; but more. The ennobling dif-
ference between one man and another
is precisely in this—-that one feels
more than another.—Ittigkin.
"Where was the lawyer found after
the automobile collision?” "He was
lying on the side of tlie road" “Well,
it was natural for him to he lying
somewhere.”—San Francisco Chron-
pardon, would depend largely on our
handing this over in good faith to tlie
authorities. Watkins and I guarded
it night and day until the schooner
rounded the cape and came into the
Chesapeake. No attempt was made
to find quarters below, tlie entire crew
sleeping ob dock, Dorothy comfortable
on the flag locker.
It was scarcely sunrise, on the fifth
day, when we dropped anchor against
the current of the James, onr sails
furled and the red English colors fly-
ing from the peak. Two hours later
the entire company were in the pres-
ence of the governor, where I told my
story, gravely listened to, supplement-
ed by the earnest plea, of the young
woman. 1 shall' never forget that
scene, or how breathlessly we awaited
the decision of the great man, who so
closely watched our faces. They were
surely-a strange, rough group as-they
stood thus, huts in hand, waiting to
learn their fate, shaggy-haired. Un-
shaven, largely scum of the sea, never
before in such presence, shuffling uiv-
ensily before his glance, feeling to the
full the peril of their position. Their
eyes turned to me questioningiy. ' -
Opposite us, lifebjud a long table, sat
Ihe governor, dignified, austere, his
hair powdered and face smoothly
shaven; while on either side of hini
v.ere those of his council, many of the
faces stern and unforgiving: But for
tlieir gracious reception of Dorothy
and their careful attention to her
words I should have lost heart. They
questioned me shrewdly, although the
governor spoke hut seldom, and then
in a kindly tone of sympathy and un-
derstanding. Otic by one the men
were called forward, each in turn com-
pelled to tell briefly the story of iris
life; and when all was done (he eyes
of the governor sought those of the
"You hnye nil alike heard the tale,
gentlemen,” he said. "Nothing like if
hath ever before been brought before
this colony. Would you leave decision
There was a murmur of assent, as
though they wore thus gladly relieved
of responsibility in so serious a mat-
ter. The governor smiled, his kindly
eyes surveying us once more; theta,
with extended hand he bade Dorothy
“The story is seemingly an honest
one,” tie Said slowly “and these sea-
men have done a great service to the
colony. They deserve reward rather
than punishment. The fair lady whe
pleads for them is known to us all,
graphing a now William Fox picture [doggier he-can be fold for whatever he
on Friday, fiwmiier 1.”, during tliej "’Hi bring. , (Mutinies, it is. stated,
thirteenth hour of flu: day. Tlie picture owners.' overjoyed at regaining
is "Never Nay Quit,” and tells the Wdos. reward the dog catcher
slon of i be mi si .'pestiferous hoodoo generous lips.
that ever walked the earth. Friday Mayor Walton said (lull lie ha,’ up-
ahd thirteen are in a constant eon- pointed no dog catcher. The fact that
spiraey ihroughout. the office demands varied and peon-
In “Never Say Quit" George liar -(-inalifications. He said. teqiHrcsj
Walsh plays tlie part of Rogiuold i that discretion- he observed in the ap-j
.rones, t Blouse note the thirteen let- j Poltitmeiit.
in his tmtiie l. He was horn on j
"POINTED PAKAGBAI IIS.
men mistake .gall for
Frida.\ the thirteenth, 'lived at tiff
Wes.' 113th street, and his miseries
began in a dance hall at 113 West
13th street, where George Walsh had ' ability,
a fight with thirteen roughnecks. ,- j —
From that day on the jinx tagged The proe of liberty often do]K>nds
pei'sistcnttewsffitAhe hero's heels. \t' 'tpon the fudge,
last Reginald sought refuge in 'tiic! —
arms of a wife, and thought that! Don’t worry yourself
married bites u o’.ild .settle the jinx j with wlmt can ! :*•>. jetec
fortwer. But only' n year IB ter-hubby' * . —
tniii wife wore liending over a pram! When• luck furnishes tiic music the
espceiall.v desigtied for triplets. [dancers arc always numerous.
II required thirty-nine days— or —
three times thirteen days—to-complete] i’rohibitioni>ts arc' resps etfully re-j
t-iie |iiettirc. which will lie shown at; minded that .water is always .cell iugj
the. King Theatre today and tomor-! Into the soup. - l . .... j
row. . If' —
—-- | it is betler late than never: hut the)
At the Liberty. (mail who buys a summer spit in
The (’ideago player* will present a | March.Ik rather early than late.—Chi 1
fa ice comedy, t lint is realty funny and.'ago New-
different from Ihe rest in three big]
laughable acts tonight. Here it' is.|
folks. “The Statue of Liberty.” with-
good vaudeville between tlie nets. The
rhiengo players will be here just the j
remainder of this week, so don’t miss}
a perforimmce. as they put on a -new1
show each day. Some statue, believe
At the Washington.
The entire Los Angeles police de-
partment aided Priscilla Dban in get-
ting atmosphere for her role in “The
Silk-Liiu-d' Burglar.” her newest crook
niehalriima. which comes to tlie Wasii-
fpgton Theatre iodav.
The sitlr entertained the police re-
porft'rs of file Los Angeles dailies at
dinner and they took her to tlie polie?
station aiid city jail and gave tier the
benefit of their yea^sj of experience in
writing of crime.
. -Site was introduced to shop lifters,
burglars- and .veggmen and other of-
fenders who were being detained for
trial, hut was -disappointed not to find
a real hcnesc-to-goodness safe crack1'
in the bunch. There tvas none who
Could ten liter exactly how nitrb-gi.veer-
ine "soup" was made, nor how long a
fuse should lie time,!.
Priscilla has many friends on the
police forte who told her of tlieir ex-
periences with master criminals, and
with the knowledge acquired Hie star
was. able to give her director. Jack
Dillon, milch valuable assistance iu!
the staging of (lie crook melodrama, j
The play is bused ’on Jack Bo.vl”'s
fdorv which appeared hi the 1,1
“WHATEVER the occasion may be,
the Puritan Oil Cook Stove does
its work on time, promptly—and in ach
dition gives you the comfort of a clean,
cool kitchen/' " ;,
From Puruian advertising—Pictorial RiViCisr~~May, 1719.
Set the utensil in a clean hot flaine that comes up
through the grate—like gas. Indicator on each burner
shows low, medium, high flame—and you change the
heat as easily as -you set the indicator. At full heat
the indicator's automatic wick stop prevents smoking.
Brass burners—last for years.
Reversible Glass Oil Reservoir
A clean, quick way to handle the ideal cooking fuel
Puritan stoves arc sold by reliable dealers everywhere.
Look for the Triangle trade mark.
See fpjur dealer or write for free Puritan booklet
THE CLEVELAND METAL PRODUCTS CO.
7310 P1.1I AVIUM > Cltv.la rul, otuj
The Magnolia Petroleum
Companitif ffc# distributor of
thru product* in '/nur totality.
CompleteBtvrk* o,v carried by
them *it cunvtnic.iily located
no in tie
THE AETNA LIFE INS. CO
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
ASSETS 140 MILLIONS. The oldest and largest life Insurance Company
doing business in Texas. Every form of policy written.
J. W. BLASS1NGAME. & C0-, Agent*.
To Save Your Hair and
Double Its Beauty
In a Few Weeks
$ nnounsesn&n t
TF your hair is scraggy
* or falling: out. thare’n a
cause. The invisible dandruff
germ Is gradually sapping its
life and vitality.
—the Heal Hair Specific
We are well pleased with our start and
thank our friends for their liberal support
and continued patronage. Let us clean
your furs and pack them for winter. Lat-
est methods and satisfaction guaranteed.
Positively guaranteed to kill
every germ. It quickly cleans
up your scalp, living your hair
a chance to become soft and
abundant. *Tia happily per-
fumed, free from oils, and
pleasant to use.
Tell Daddy to ask his Barber
for an abdication and briny
home a bottle, or send J0c for a
ED. BONHAM, H. L. YORK
United Cleaners and Dyers
LUCKY TIGER DINDRUFF CO.
Kansas City, Missouri.
Wholesale ami Retail, Sherman
Book Magazine. In the supporting
and to even question her word is Irn- < i,s mv Fred KeteOv, Sain Appel. Sam
possible. Unfortunately I have not T>c Lras.s<x Lillaq \V^r and Ashton
the power of pardon in eases of piracy M th<* U ^"igton lO'te.v.
nor authority to free bond slaves, with- ^ t|(p QIiw>n,
out the approval of the home govern-j Round hand and foot and looked in j DENISON BARBER SUPPLY CO.,
ment; yet will exercise in this cast] a box-car. Which is sent wild down a! Denison. Texas,
whatsoever of power I-possess. Foil steep grade .against an approaching!
gallant services rendered to the col- - iiassrnger train, the fate of the treas-
otiy, and unselfish devotion to Mistress! ure:seCkors seems finally sealed in
Sherman, like ail other cities of its
size, is not immune frotij petiy efime.
if we can curb the younger inclin-
ed cdmiunl there will be ies* eiimo hy
men in tlie next generation. Good
boys often go wrong when permitted
to lay out of school and keep late hours
somewhere except at home, out on the I
streets or highways.
GET SLOAN’S FOR
YOUR PAIN RELIEF
Yoii don’t have to rub it in
to get quick, comfort-
Bid weather has greatly retarded oil
drilling in Wichita county lately.
Just w ait until it gets 108 in the shade
up there (and no shade either) ami the
diamond drill pokes its nose through
the bottomless pool of oil that is to
he found where the buffalo was some
forty years ago throwing dust in tlie
air and defying the cowboy, his gun
Once you’ve tried it on that stiff
joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu-
matic twinge, lame back, you'll find
a warm, soothing relief you never
thought a liniment could produce.
Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss,
wastes no time in applying, sura to
give quick results. A large bottle
means economy. Your own or any
other druggist has it. Get it today.
Dorothy Fairfax, I re-lease Geoffry
Carlyle from servitude pending ad-
vices from England; I also grant pa-
role to these seamen, on conditionf
they remain within our jurisdiction
until this judgment cun be confirmed
and full pardons issued. • Is this Judg-
ment satisfactory, gentlemen?”
The members of tlie council bowed
gravely, without speaking.
“The chest of treasure recovered
from the sunken pirute ship,” he went
on soberly, “will remain unopened un-
til final decision is made. As 1 under-
stand, Master Carlyle, no one among
you has yet seen its contents, or esti-
mated its value?” *■
“No, your excellency. Beyond doubt
it contains the gold stolen from Roger
Fairfax; and possibly the result of
other robberies at sea.
“The law of England is that a certain
percentage of such recovered treasure
belongs to the crown, the remainder,
its true ownership undetermined, to be
fairly divided among those recovering
“Yet,” spoke up Dorothy quickly, “it
must surely be possible to wuive all
claim in such cases?”
“Certainly; as private property At
can be disposed of in any way desired.
Was that your thought?”
“A Fairfax always pays his debt,”
she said proudly, "and this is mine."
-Ifeere was moment’s, silence, as
.- , . .
■■ 1 - ,
Ihcaita 011 Saturday. But the outlaws
Who turned this trick had not reckon-
ed with Dick Van Brunt, whom they
lwd left for dead at the foot of a
ravine. Dick regains the J Op of the
jOLvhtp arid! seeing thelone etjr .speed-
ing- around a great culWtN‘s surinisos
the ninth episode of "The Alan of
Might,” Vl'agrnpit's latest adventure
serial, which will l>e seen Ui the Qn?® County trips
Give Us Your
Something Different Every Day !
We move anything from a Go-Cart
Fearis Transfer Co.,
L. K. JOHNSON, I’rop.
I‘hone 73—1That’s Me.
When you take Lunch or Dinner with us, you’ll always
find just what you want, and cooked to your taste. We
EVERYTHING IN SEASON.
THE FAMOUS CAFE
Better than Pills GE I A
For Liver Ills. 25c BOX
1800 North Ross.
For Snip by all Prn^iHts.
Have arrived and we want to
put one on every man, hoy and
girl in Sherman.'
That LUCKY TIGER Hair
Topic for sale at our shop. One
dollar a bottle. Ask about it.
NORTn TRAVIS ST.
SHERMAN AND WHITEWRIGHT
Leave calls at—
PHONE - - 1765.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
Repair Work Dune.
SPRINC BEDDING PLANTS
PLANT NOW While There is Plenty of Moisture.
Visit our Greenhouse, South Walnut or Phbne Us Your Wants.
The Home of Flowers
Phones 159, 377. 215 North Travis St.
“WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOWERS THINK OF US.”
ED BONHAM and H. L. YORK
UNITED CLEANERS AND DYERS
307 South Travis street, Giving First-Class and Satisfactory Service
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