Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 11, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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ladies1 Beautiful Spring Pumps Noiv on
^ Display fin Every Conceivable Style.
Pattern end Price. ggaH
Jftt HanaiiK Whiles and Blacks...the Pair
1,1 Wirhert’* Blacks ami Brown? ..........$1.00 to $7.00
Dodges White, Blacks, Tans. Grays......$2-50 to $0.00
JTjese Dainty Shoe Creation* Will Win the Admiration of Every
Ionian That Sees Them!
THE SHOE MEN
III IHE HOSIERY HI U
Sommer is Here
and so are we
ASHBURN’S ICE CREAM
The Ice Cream Incomparable
Phone 185 202 8. Crockett
Well Known Ymmg People of Grayson
i County United in Marriage.
i 'Announcement is made of the wed-
ding of Miss Narcissus Kreager and
Thnddens Bookmit, well known young
peoplo of this city, which took place
Nora Bitrof ;;f*
uinpapnaie ; prevem* Illness',3
keepa u* tlt,r
1 3nst'aB~coal, when It burns, leaves
behind a certain amount of incom-
on Monday evening at the home of the
Itev. J. H. Baxter on Cleveland ave-
nue, the Itev. Baxter otheiating.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kreager of north of Sher-
man, and. at present Is engaged in
teaching school at Jtoff, Okla. Mr.
Bookout is well known here and at
tended Austin College last year, lie
is now engaged in business with Dr.
X. O. Matthew,sou of Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Bookout will he at
home In Marshall after June <i. Both
youug people have many friends here
who will wish them a happy married
Pennsylvania last, year grew lxila-
toes on 265,‘200 acres and got an aver-
age of 70 bushels to the acre, coi
pared with 06 bushels In 1015. X
CLEAR YOUR SKIN IN SPRING.
Ibustlble material in the form of ashes*
> the food and drink taken day after
day leaves in the alimentary canal a
Certain amount of indigestible ma-
Itertal, which If not eompletly altmlna-
ted from the system each day, be-
comes food for the millions of bacteria
(which Infest the bowels. From this
mass of left-over waste, toxins and
ptomaln-like poisons are formed and
eucked Into the blood. •*- *— ^ <
Men and women who can’t get feei-
ng right must begin to take inside
baths.• Before (Bating breakfast each
morning drink a glass of real hot
(water with a teaspoonful of lime-
stone phosphate in It to wash out of
thirty feet of bowels the previous
accumulation of poisons and
i and jlo keep the entire alimen-
tary canal clean, pure and fresh. • t
L (Those who are subject to sick head-
ache, colds, biliousness, constipation,
Others who wake up with bad taste,
foul breath, backache, rheumatic stiff-
ness, or have a sour, gassy stomach
after meals, are urged to get a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate from
jibe drug store, and begin practicing
Internal sanitation. » This will* cost
irery little, but is sufficient to make
||nyone,an'enthusiast on the subject.
.Remember inside bathing Is more
lmportant|than. outside bathing, be-
’causolthojskln ’pores do not absorb
f]jlpurlUe8 Into the blood, causing poor
althS*whilepthe «bowel pores do.
stfasTsoapiand hot water cleanses,
Spring house cleaning means clean-
ing Inside and outside. Dull pimply
skin is an aftermath of winter in
activity, • Flush your intestines with
a mild laxative and clean out the
accumulated wastes, easy to take, they
do not. gripe. Dr. King's New Life
Pills will clear your complexion and
brighten your eye. Try Dr. King’s
Nerf Life Pills tonight and throw off
the sluggish winter shell At all drug-
gists, 25c. 1 d&w
Bwoctens | and I freshens the skin.Mso
tlwaterj and * litneBlone phosphate
ornsch, liver,Jddneya and
Flat Openning Leaves
Loose Leaf; Systems.
—they lie flat in your bluders,;
—they filigu jierfeetly.-
-the soft harmonious colors of ruling
ink saves eye strain.
-they cost you no wore than the old
style crimped leaves, which dou’t lie
flut in your binders,
L. J. Reynolds
201 N. Travis.
WHY TAKE CHANCES
tornado Insurance only costs $1.00 for $1,000—3 years—larger or
i _ smaller amounts in proportion.
HALL & HARE
’’■C.'V . General Insurance. > », j-r'
Phones 40. 5 c T ■' 2 •; ,i
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T' Now is the time lo change your window drapery. Our
Stock is very complete and many new designs wc have re-
ceived in the last few days—in all White, Ecru and White*
and Ecru, also soft drapery with color tones on w!,ite
ground, * I&] *£ U
ilSiv * SNe Ra»ge 4 Prices, Starting ®t
22c a"d Up to $100 the Yard*
*;?* % I e,
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THE -DEPENDABLE STORE
The two bicycles recovered by the
lMillce department recently have been
identified by Prof. J. Pyle as the
property of Ids son anil a neighbor
boy. The wheels are said to have been
Tills week is commissioners court
week and the commissioners are busy
allowing bills and attending to other
routine work. The court will be iu
session ait week.
Fifteenth District Court.
The case of A. Swafford vs. the
Cotton Belt Ry Co., suit for damages
for allegcil permanent iiersoiml injur-
ies continues on, trial In the Fifteenth
N. \V. Decker et al vs. Ilcnry Dock-
er, et al, a suit for the imititlon of
some property In Denison, lias been
tiled in the Fifteenth district court.
latter has an estate In this county val-
ued at $15,000.
Application of Lee Tampion to be
appointed tcmjiorary administrator of
the state of John Tamplen.
Application of Hattie Byers to ho
upixdnted guardian of the person and
estate of (’has. Itycrs. .The application
iwas granted and the bond of the ap-
plicant fixed at $3,000. N. H. I*. IH-ek-
er, W. S. Pearson and II. M. Wisdom
apiadntcd appraisers of the estate.
Tom Ililtey and Miss Nora Dlles.1
C. C. Adams and Mrs. Pearl Mc-
C. A. Dunnaf and Miss Fay Johnson.
J. K. Booth and Miss Viola Willie
C. D. DeFord aud Mrs. Lizzie Hor-
The following members of the citi-
zens advisory committee, with refer-
ence to the goes I rdbds system. Is meet-
ing with tlie commissioners' court to-
day and discussing a plan of mainte-
nance for Grayson county's good
roads: Col. R. S. l*egate, chairman, of
Denison; Judge J. A. U Wolfe of Sher-
man, John 1'mphress of Van Alstyuc,
J. If. Omohundro of Whlfesboro, IV.
W. Hcarborough of Gordonville and W.
B. Childs of Pottslioro. It is probable
that tin* committee and court will de-
cide definitely on the patrol system of
maintenance this afternoon.
The following have been filed in the
probate department of the county
Application of Malinda Rr.lney to
probate the Will of her hqsband, J. W.
Rainey, who died in Denison, March
15, leaving an estate valued at $2,000.
The applicant Is named administra-
trix without bond.
Application of Sarah J, Chambers to
probate the will of her husband, J. W.
Chambers, who died in Denison, April
5, leaving an estate of the probable
value of $1,500.
Application of Thus. Theodore Mar-
tin to he appointed guardian of Tims.
301S—T. K. Grant of Denison, Ford.
3019— C. W. Wilson of Denison, Ron
3020— Sullivan & Welch of Denison.
3021— W. F. Caraway of Van Al-
3022— Henry Wright of Van Alstyuc.
3023— J. M. Calvin of WWtesboro,
3024— ,T. IV. Burks of Sliermun,
3025— R. L. Barliec of Van Alslync.
3026— W. It. Allmnn of Sherman.
3027— —Robt. Cloud of Dorchester,
3028— Dr. IV. A. Lee of Denlsqn.
3029— K. G. Hannon of Sherman,
Todd Martin, both of Mississippi. The
Heal Estate Transfers.
•T. K. Davis to Maggie M. Wegg. rt
al. 74 2-3 acres Jus. Blagg survey,
Mrs. Hattie K. Cary et al to L. W.
Keith, lot in ('has. Qutllin survey, $1,-
J. B. Ramsey et al to T. J. Dean. (17
acres Jas. Seymore survey. $3,500.
J. P. Smith, et al to J. II. Spencer,
lot It), block 1, Tom Slnmley survey,
E. O. Luna et ux to First M. E.
Church. South. Van Alstyuc. lot S,
part 7. Van Alstyuc, $1,000.
IV. M. Rice Institute et al to quit
claim F. It. Slaughter et- al trustees
Van Alstyne station N. Texas Confer
once M. E, church. South. Iota (i. 7, $,
9, 10. 1J, block 7. Van Alstyne, $1.
U. S. Depaartment of
Agriculture is Interested
In Boys and Girls Work
Important innovations are planned
for tliis season in the educational ex-
tension work in agriculture and home
economies which Is being carried on
co-operatively under the terms of the
Smith-Lever Act by the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture and the agricul-
tural colleges of the 15 southern states.
The various kinds of hoys’ and girls’
clubs organized throughout the coun-
try now include many members who
have mastered the elements of their
subjects, and more advanced work is
to he undertaken for their benefit this
In the born clubs, for example, boys
in some sections who have managed
successfully their acre of corn are
now to have an opportunity to learn
tlie management of larger areas—three
or four acres—In order to give them
insight into the principles of crop ro-
tation and the improvement of soil
through the growth of legumes. Ill
many other sections the smaller boys
till only one acre hut they use a rota-
tion of legumes and small grain as
well as corn. Of course different crops
are planted in different latitudes but
the general principles of soil improve-
ment an* tlie same in all cases. Profit-
aide ways of (lisiHistng of tlie produce
from tiie.se areas by feeding it to
hogs, baby beeves and other animals
are also to he emphasized.
.Similarly, girls who have done well
in canning tomatoes are now being
taught liow to handle specialties which
command bettor prices on tlie market
because they do not have to compete
with the output of commercial can-
neries. Second year girls divide thel*
gardens into two parts and grow two
Vegetables while third year girls
specialize on three. Particular ntten-
t Ion lms been paid in the South to tlie
rial Spanish i>ep|ier. For Hits there
is a good demand. particularly for
salad and as seasoning, and the
profits from canning it should be
greater than for tomatoes.
Tlie product is, however, compara-
tively unfamiliar hint tlie first thing
iwas^to train club agents in its prep-
aration so lliat they can i«iss on the
A VIRGINIA GIRL
Gained 15 Pounds By Taking Y'uiid.
, Norfolk. Va.—"I suffered from ner-
vousness, had no apjietlte and was very
tliln. Nothing I took seemed to help
me until one day a friend told me
about Yinol* I lliave now taken six
bottles and have gained fifteen
pounds; have a good appetite and can
cat anything.”—Mattie Denning, Nor-
Yinol, which contains beef and cod
liver peptones, iron and manganese
peptonates, and glycerophosphates, is
a constitutional remedy which creates
an appetite, aids digestion and makes
pure healthy blood. Try 11 ou our
Carl R. Natl, druggist Also nt the
leading drug stores lu all Texas
towns.—Adverlisempuit „ _______ tlous, also, much
Information to the membcrsl |
Considerable attention is also heiugl
given to the ehayote. a squash-like
vegetable which makes a particularly
attractive pickU-. It Is planned to dis-
tribute throughout the Southern States
about 12,non packets of seed of this.
The ilaslictn, too, will be popularized
to a greater extent tllBn it has I teen. I
Tilts vegetable, which' resembles in a
certain way fhe white imtato, has
been known in this country for a num-
ber of years but lias not become wido-|
In order to secure ttte proper snjier-
visiou of this work, It is planned to
add hi tlie' Southern States approxi-
mately 150 women county agents to
tlie1 450 or so now engaged in educa-
tional work for that section. These
women and h*aders do not limit tlicir
instruction to tlie members of thej
girls’ clubs, hut perform iu home
iiomlcs for the women of the count ry
much tlie same service that tlw-if mas
euline colleagues do in agricultural
proper for the farmers. Ex|iefionco
lias shown that success with the gltlsf
in their clubs cqierw the easiest road
to the confidence of flip mothers, and
adult women generally, mid of this fie t
full use is made.
There were 21,083 Women enrolled
in the South last year as volunteer
demonstrators - that; is to say, women
who undertook under tlie supervision,
of the agents of the government and
agrti-ultural colleges to demonstrate
for the licncfit. of their neighbors tlie
actual “working out in practice of the
measures advocated by the leaders. In
this field one of (tie most important
features is tlie devehqmient of farm
butter making. The ordinary run of
farm butter is, as is well known, such
a poor article that.il brings very little
money and there is, in consequence,
little incentive for the untrained wo-
man to devote much time to it. With
proper instruction and proper equip-
ment It is not difficult, however, for
a afrmer's wife to learn liow to manu-
facture a 11rod net which will bring on
the market, double wliat she has been
accustomed to getting. The effect of
this, of course. Is to stimulate the
keeping of cows ou the ordinary farm
—a result which Is desirable from ev-
ery point of view. Tills phnse of work
also creates a demand for screening
doors and windows atul also for the
installation of simple waterworks
systems. The agents find many oppor-
tunities, also, to make helpful sug-
gestions in regard to sanitation and
—Nnceess in this field, include*, how
ever, proper equipment. Butter pad
dies, molds, tUtTinonieters, "shotgun”
cans, barrel churns and workers have
eitlier-heen made or purchased in
large quantities under the guidance
of the women county ngents, and last
year 2,062 iceless refrigerators were
installed—a matter of great import-
ance in a section where Ice Is scarce
and the temperature high. Thousands
of girls and women haver done work
in bread milking. In these donumstra-
ttention is.given la
Mrs. Betty Wilson
Only the Best Materials in her
work—products she can person-
For that reason.
Meets Her Every Requirement.
the Imst and most effective cquipuicnt
In addition to its own value, all <>f
this work greatly facilitates the milk-
ing of converts to tlie doctrine of a
sllf-siistainlng faini. Much attruthm
M to !«■ paid lids year to the priHlm-
tioli of food at home, aud later iu Die
season cmpliasis wilt l*e laid iq!"U liio
desirability of a winter garden.
Throughout most of the South It is
possible to have all winter without Die
use of artificial heat, cabbage, lettuce,
(ollnrds. and other greens which lire
a most desirable addition to the fam-
ily diet both from u hygienic and an
ci one inh* Slaiul|Hilnf. During the win-
ter months Die home demonstration
agents have given much ndvh-e and aid
ill the curing of meats. The pn-pars-
tiou of sausage and the curing of
hums and bacon make good lines of
Inane demonstration work.
When a county woman agent makes-
a sneeoss ill certain, simple. definite
lines of work she is Invariably called
upon for advice and information along
other lines. Thus if Is (happening that
these agents are bring asked for the
best methods of arranging, improving
aud beautifying homes in their coun-
ties. They even have requests for ad-
vice in, regard to architecture of the
house itself. In fact tlie home dt-nv
onstration agent must is- aide to give
direction and liclp jii ail things per-
taining to Hie home Just as the^farm
demonstration agent gives advice and
aid ill all phases of farm work.
Would you pay 2e rTtra pot
ashing to Katro jronrsolf Al*b
hard, wearihomo rub*
t liavo yonrsolf
bing? Aro you opon-mimiud
onungb to tty botnHibtOK baw
that’s guaranteud to do this?
Nothing To Do But
JBoil and Stir 20
Boll one-fifth of ono pticlt
with a bar of soap in a gallon
of water; add to the boiling
water in the boiler; put iu tho
.....* ” at ^
thus nod *stir at' ^rbjrvate
during 30 uiinuu-s. Then rlnso
and your washing is done —
Costs Little—Try It
*Btc burs a big bo* of threo
sticks. Kach Btick enough for
five washings. Try it; got your
tuonejr back If you are not
At all Grocers.
About reru ns.
(( idcilge News. 1
Mrs. Ruth (’alter, (had in (ierman-
Icvvii. Fa., aged !>s. was the nmth<*r of
Julia M. ,Schafer this served 12
years ns a rural malt carrier in Fred-
erick ccuttry, Maryland.
James Nowrfs, nf Franklin Grove,
111., re-.'ently met In Cihihih. Cut., Mrs.
A. V. Is'iiimcu, a sl«(cr from whom lie
was parted 50 years ago.
Mr?. Cyrus Isiwnll, dead hi Liistnu.
Fa„ aged 92, was the daughter of Jfihn
Schuriunn. a revolutionary soldier.
F.wnld Maus lias- liccn hanislu'd
frimi^Mariuctte, Wis,, for saying Ger-
many will whip the United .States,
Saved Girl’s Life
,4i want to tci! you what wonderful benefit I have re-
ceived from the usjs of Thedford’s Black-Draught,” writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
fit certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles, I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl’s life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford’s
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
in my borne.'* For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi-
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments, Thedford’s Black-Draught has proved itself a safe,
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
I If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-
Draught It Is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
LIVE MERCHANTS ASK FOR YOUR TRADE.
You will find a complete line of New and Second-Hand
Shoes and Clothing at 205j/2 West Houston street
Come and buy where you can save big money.
ST. LOUIS BARGAIN HOUSE
Toilet Water, Perfume, Sachet, Talcum Powder
llff Drug Company IY
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A U M -phone 132-: ■ ■
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