Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Monday, May 14, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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Monday, May 14. 19)7
SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT-SHERMAN, TEXAS.
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We are not offering JOB LOTS OR LEFT OVERS and rlose
outs, but the now, snappy, up to date things of this season’s line, har-
mony of color, artistic in design and attractive in finish.
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vite comparison of our prices to those made for the same quality
216 South Travla St.
Are You Getting
Unless you arc taking iqc regularly you are
runing more risk of tSss on food than you
Call us at once and arrange for reg-
ularly deliveries, and use our ice coupons
which gives you a substantial saving. Ask
the driver for one of these books to suit your
We arc here to serve you.
Sherman Ice Co.
AFTER THE STORM
and after the mighty upris-
ing of the clenirntM gets in
its deadly work. Heather
Reports prediet severe storms
for 4 hi,, week.
Better secure Insurance on
yourself and on your prop-
erty before it is too late.
J J, EUBANK
The people who bought from the St. Louis Bargain
House already know well that we gave them bargains, so
we ask them to tell their friends and neighbors that we
have received a new lot of “New Shoes,” Slightly worn
Shoes, “New Suits” and “Slightly Worn Suits” also pants of
the same description. Call and be convinced f-
205 WEST HOUSTON STREET. * ~ ’
St. LODIS BARGAIN HOUSE
t BASEBALL CALENDAR. J
Western Association. ,
Muskogee 8. Denison 4.
Fort Smith 2. Sherman 0.
Ardmore 2. MeAlester 5. '
Oklahoma City 2-2, Tulsa 1-3.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Oklahoma City at Tulsa.’
Sherman at Fort Snttth.
Ardmore at MeAlester.
Denison at Muskogee.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Pljrd Won Lost Pet
Fort Smith ..
MeAlester . ..
Sherman .. ..
Dallas 2, Houston 3.
Waco 7, San Antonio 1.
Shreveport 4. Galveston 1.
Beaumont 7. Fort Worth 1.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Houston at Dallas. 4 p. m.
Beaumont at Fort Worth.
San Antonio at Waco.
(inlveston at Shreveport.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
CIuli— l'lyd Won I-ost Pet
Houston . .........37 24"
Warn .. .. ........34 22
Dallas......... 36 23
Sun Antonio . j......38 lit
Fort’Worth , ......36 15
Galveston . , *......35 10
Cleveland 2, Washington 0.
SI. Louis 8, Philadelphia 1.
Chicago 1, New York 0.
Detroit 2. Boston 1 (12 Innings.)
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Washington at Detroit.
Boston at Cleveland.
New York at St. Louis.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
l’lyd Won Lost Pet
New York .. ..
New York . ..
Cleveland . . ..
Washington .. .
No games scheduled.
WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY.
Chicago at Boston.
St. laniis at New York.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
ANNUAL REUNION, U. C V.
WASHINGTON D. C. JUNE, 4 8. 1917
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
Tickets on sale June 1-2, limited for return June 21, 1917, sub-
ject to extension Upon payment fee. 50e.
Special Train leaves Texas June 2, arrive Washington, D. C,
a. m. June 4, 1917.
For full information, see Ticket Agent, or write
GUS HOOVER, T. P. A„ JOHN F. LKHANE, G. F. A P, A.,
Fort Worth, Texas Tyler, Texas,
‘The Desert Mali,“ a Triangle pic-
ture iwhiced under the supervision of
Thomas H. luce and starring William
S. Hart will be shown at llie " Queen
Theatre Wednesday and Thursday.
It is a tale of the Mojave desert
With Hart in Hitt role of a grim, firm-
liplied man who brings prosperity to
tile desolate town of Broken Hoik* Im-
chuno he has faith and energy to ac-
complish Idg things.
Margery Wilson is the girl who at-
tracts the wanderer of the desert to
linger in Broken Hope and causes him
to make a fight for its betterment.
Although she runs away with a suave
doctor, "the desert man’’ maintains his
belief hi her. • <......„
Then comes the night when iq fierce
wratli he throws himself on Ills "horse
ami rides to a notorious dance hall to
which little Buster, a waif of his
adoption. 1ms been taken. He cleans
up the place, and upon returning home
finds the girl he loves. She is wearing
the dress of a dunce hall woman! The
man. the young woman and tlac little
hoy form a trinity of happiness tu the
Man's greatest res)swislhl1lt.v is
'Aroma u—and she never lets him shirk
Corns lift out
You simply say to the drug store
man, "Give me a quarter of an ounce
of freezone.’’ This will cost very little
but is sufficient to remove every hard
i or soft corn from ontfe feet
' A few drops of this new ether com-
pound applied directly upon a tender,
| aching corn should relieve the sore-
| ness instantly, and soon the entire corn,
' root and all, dries up and can be lifted
out with the fingers.
This new way to rid one’s feet of
corns wts introduced by a Cincinnati
man, who says that, while freezone is
sticky, it dries in a moment, and sim-
ply shrivels up the com without in-
flaming or even irritating the surround-
ing tissue or skin.
Don’f let father die of infection or
lockjaw from whittling at hla corns,
but clip this out and make him py it
FORT SMITH TWINS SEEM TO
HAVE THE LUCK ON THE
BOTH GREAT GAMES *
WITH MANY THRILLS
Kizzy Corziue Was in the Box Again
Yesterday and Gave a Great Exhi-
bition of His Endurance as Well
as Twirling Qualities.
Fort Smith, Ark., May 14 The
Twins took the first two games of
the series from Sherman. In Satur-
day's game, after the Twins threw the
game away by loose playing in the
third, they knocked Hitt out of the
box with two singles and a double, af-
ter Hitt hud retired the two first men
on strikes. Robertson, who relieved
Hitt with two men on, walked two
and forced in the tying run. In the
tenth, with two out. Itoblson doubled
and scored on Karphageu's single.
Sunday the Twins continued their
drive by shutting out Sherman, 2 to 0,
on home runs In Williams and Ad-
ams. Corziue and Watson gave fine
exhibitions of pitching.
Wren, m .........2
Heilman, lh .
Bielojief, 3b .
Mackey, rf . .
Coleman, c ..
Roberson, p .
Totals ......... 33 3 8*21) 7 1
•Two out when wiuulng run scored.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
AB B II
STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
• • • • £5
l’lyd Won Isist Pci
Williams, 2b .
New York .
Adams, lb ..
Chicago . . .
Robison, ui ..
. ... 3
St. Louis . .
Karpfliagen, 3b-rf . 4
Boston . . .
Rainey, ss . .
Barr, rf .. ..
Ism i vey, c . . .
Brooklyn . .
Ogle, ,p ....
.. 3 (1
Total* . .. .
Sliernitui .. ..
Fort Smith.......IHI1 020 OOO 1—4
Summary —Twollmse hits— Adams,
Robison. Sacrifice hits—Wren, Hugh-
es. Ogle. Stolen base—Coleman. Hits-
Off Hitt. 4 hits, 3 ruus. in 4 2-3 in-
nings, two men on base when relieved ;
off Roberson. 3 hits. 2 runs in 4 2-3 in-
nings. Left on bases—Sherman 3,
Fort. Smith 8. Double plays—Robison
to Williams. 'Karpfliagen to Williams
to Adams. First base on errors—
Sherman 2. Struck out—By Hitt 8. by
Roberson 0, by Ogle 2. First base oil
balls—Off Hitt 8, off Roberson 3, off
Ogles 1. Wild pitch—Hitt. Time of
game—2 hours. Umpire—I’ohtius.
Wren, m .. .
Httjli'Ir.y, If ..
Hughes, ss .
Hellmali, ll> .
Bieloper, 3)), ,.
Mackey, rf ..
Banner. <• ..
Corziue, p ..
Williams, ....... 4
Adams, lb .... 4
Countryman, rf ... 4
Karpfliagen. 3b ... 2
Barr, If . 2
Watson, p .. ...... 3
mils in the game. Corziue and Watson
were in great form.
Adams of the Twins managed tb
eouect with Klzzy’s delivery , three
times out 'of four tri|>s yesterday and
one swat was a four base drive.
S|Nirks. who now wears a Railroad-
er uniform, had a had day at Musko-
gee yesterday. The Mets rouped on
him for fifteen hits and eight ruus
and wou the second game of the series,
8 to 4.
Following today’s game at Fort
8uiltli, the Browus leave for Muskogee
for three games. The first “world’s
serious" of tho season opens in Deui-
son next Friday. Four games will be
played and tho team opens here ou
Tuesday week with the Twins.
\\ litter by Fifth Grader at the Jeffer-
Pauline Yeagley, high fifth grade,
Jefferson school, wrote the following
essay on malaria, which was entered,
in tho recent contest conducted by the
1 democrat among the school children
of the grammar schools, from her build-
MiMuria is such a common dis-
ease that it is useless to describe
it. Until recently it was sup-
posed to have been caused by liv-
ing in low, swampy districts., it
lias been proven, however, that
malaria is caused by the bite of a
When tills malarial mosquito
bites a person, it ejects a small
amount of fluid into the blood.
This fluid contains the germs,
which, when introduced into liu-
iifau blood, causes the person bit-
ten to have malaria.
The malaria mosquito can he
easily detected from the others, by
its position on a fiat surface. Its
body is always on a slant, with
the head at the lower end, while
the other mosquito's bodies are
parallel with the surface. The
larvae of the malaria mosquito,
while under tiie water, lies parallel
With the surface.
The breeding places
mosquitoes are where
always standing as in
ditches, barrels, tin
around dripping hydrants, espec-
ially those surrounded by high
To prevent having" these breed-
ing places, ditches should lie-drain-
ed, grass should be cut close around
the hydrants and entity tin cans
should be inverted. Where water
uust.be kept in barrels or tubs, a
small amount of kerosene should
be [toured in (he water.
Houses should la; screened to
prevent the mosquito from enter-
ing and a constant figlit should be
kept up against them.
STOP LEFT OVER COUGHS.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-TIoney will stop
that hacking cough that lingers from
January. The soothing pine balsams
loosen the phlegm, heals the irritated
membran-, tlie glycerine relieves the
tender tissues, you breathe easier and
coughing ceases. Don't neglect a
lingering cough, it is dangerous. Dr.
Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey is antiseptic and
pleasant to take, benefits young and
old, get It at your druggist today
Formula on the bottle. 25c. d&w
lie llad at I sum Desk
Russell, <!. W. E.—Life of Gladstone.
Note.—in this biography the writer
asserts that the paramount factor of
his nature was his religiousness.
Trumbull. H. C.—Individual work
Note—A Few Chapter Titles: Why
is work for single soi^s
Spdaking /or Christ to a
companion. Work for single
army life. Winning those
church and Bible class.
Ehurter, Edwin Du Bois, ed.—Col-
Note—Intended to furnish selective
material for critical analysis by stu-
dents in college and higher schools, as
companion volume to “The rhetoric
Quinu. A. II. ed.—Representative
Note—Twenty-five American 1 plays,
complete, by leading dramatists of this
country, showing the development of
the American drama from its begin-
nings to the present day. Each (day
Is preceded by an-accounts of the play-
wright, the cast, of the performance
and other necessary information. ,
Snow, L. W. ed,—The High School
Note.—A collection of literary se
lections which have taken prizes at thp
.T. Murray Kay Prizc-Sia-aking Contest
held annually for the last quarter of
it century at the Brookline High
School, with other selections
have won honorable mention.
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Totals.............2!> 2 6 27 7
Sherman ............(MM) OK) 000 4)
Fort Smith .... ........100 001 IK)*—2
Summary —home runs—Williams,
Adams. Two-lmse hit—Barr. Sacrifice'
hit—Loureey. Stolen bases—Heilman,
Atlanta. Struck out— By Corziue 5. by ■-;----- , . a
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Smith 2. First base on balls—Off Cor-, ^ similar ^in troubles. A little zemo.
riue 2. off Watson 3. Left on liases— obtained at any drug store for 25c, or
Sherman 6. Fort Smith 6. Time of $1.00 for extra large bottle, and promptly
game—1 hour ami 55 minutes. Umpire applied will usually give instant relief
Notes and Observations.
Another fast game at Fort Smith appearing liquidar
yesterday. Both teams garnered two' most deiicate^sicm.
hits, but two of the Twins’ were cir-
cuit rioufts and counted the only t\Vo
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