Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 21, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
BY CARRIER IN SHERMAN
BO CUNTS PER MONTH. ]
SECOND HEAD SECTION
SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT.
SHERMAN, TEXAS, NOVEMBER -*l, Hit” I::I0 I*. M.
IF YOU WANT TO REACH
OF GRAYSON COUNTY AD-
VERTISE IN TUB
You Can See
The style in this shoe ;it a
glance, and we ran give it to
Quaker (Iray Suede
Cardinal Red Kid
White Top I ’atents
R. W. YATES
123 North Travis Street
»-♦ ♦ ♦ 4
S. W. Cor. Square
Both Phones "509 j
In mir profession as Fancy
Halters, making only the choic-
est Cakes ami Pastry for the
best families in this section.
Everything we put into our
products is perfectly
fresh and pure and the
greatest cure is taken by our
experienced bakers to make
each article from an ordinary
bun to a bride s cake—first-
class in every respect. We
solicit a trial and leave the
rest to your own judgment.
VIENNA STEAM BAKERY
Ferndell Canned Goods
•lust received and you are invited to call and sec them. Canned
Fruits Vegetables Coffee, .lams. Jellies, Preserves, Salad Dressing,
Catsup and Olives, (.nudity guaranteed. Call and see our stock
Cash Grocery Co.
Watch for opening of our big
Davenport given away absolutely Free
lirst day. Come and be in contest
Costs You Nothing
Get a Smith’s $11 Germ Proof Mattress.
T. B. Smith Furniture Co.
WILSON MADE NO
SHERMAN TO INVITE
ADVISES THAT ALL STATEMENTS
BELAUDING OFFICES P.F
Hamilton. Bermuda, Nov. 21.
“All statements about selection of ill"
cabinet may be disregarded until I
make (he announcement myself,
declared President-elect Wilson • sSl
night, when lie was told of I lie re-
ports published in the t'nilr-i' States.
Gov, Wilson said lie had not ot-
tered or intimated an offer of a po-
sition in his cabinet to any one,
William .1 Bryan, it was 'earned,
THIS CITY WANTS THE NEXT
MEETING OF <1 I'll WOMEN
OF TEX \S.
That Sherman will hid for the
m-xt meeting of the Women's Feder-
ate Clubs of Texas was stated ye*t-
|i rdav Afternooh at the meeting of
the Civic League. The state federa-
tion is now in session in 1-ore
Worth and the next moiling will l»<*
in November, I it FI. Mrs. M B.
Pitts, who is delegate to the Fort
Worth meeting, lias been Instructed
to extend a personal invitation and
lob grants have been sent Ironi vari-
ous Sherman institu'lons. the local
“STARVE THE FLY!”
AMERICAN \SN( MIXTION COM-
MITTEE SI GUESTS NEW REM-
EDY TO ANNIHILATE RENT.
bad not been invited to Bermuda ,tu. chamber of Cont-
ain! it is raid lie Is not expected here
during Mr. Wilson's si ay.
The governor general, Lieut Gen.
Sir George M. Rufllo'k, anil Lndv
Bullock returned ycsteiday the in-
formal call Gov. Wilson paid them
yeste rd ay.
Tln> governor g-dicral is a dignified
soldier. lie could not find Hie
merce, etc. Should Sherman be sit ■-
cessful P' having the women i>r the
lv "crated clubs of the slate meet
i hero it would he a great tiling. The
district meeting for litis district'will
have their meeting her * next spring.
Although the carnival company a'
first intended to contract with was
, . , , .. , unable to keep the date in this city
trout door of the Wrism! cottage ami jfot. ,||s |uonth th(, |(,(IR„,, has ai-
lett l.a-ly ilnlloek ai tlie pia/zil t- (J vvjtp, another first-class ife-m-
wl"'e he hunted all around the h1iow m.,f week. November
house, finally rapping at the kitchen ' |(( Tho ,.om,);,n-v vvill show
door. Tim maid showml him the! ()|p !1(lja,
way. Heroic Ins arrival. Mrs. Y\ Ison ,tln ,.„url lions v suuare, thus
k.*|d the president-elect busy get Iill- | ril,|v located The show
familiar with the formula of English . .b1r f)f ,|x f.arB ..............
lea for Sir Gorge Ruilock fli- re- t,,|tait. the city lor a
Initial secretary, Mr. Loblt, called la-
The Wilsons unpacked their be-
longings today. Gov Wilson sail he
was having the time of his life.
“I am having such a good time
that I sometimes (hink of sen ling
the el -ctoral college a card' of re-
gret." lie remarked.
The governor general's reported
intention to give a state dinner in
honor of tho prasldent-elei t is con-
i LAGGED A TRAIN WITH SHIRT.
Tearing his shirt front tils ha k an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it from a wreck, but II. T. Alston
Raleigh. N once prevented a
wreck with Electric Bitters. “I was
In a terrible plight wltun I began to
use them.'' lie writes, “my stomaen,
head, bark and kidneys were all
badly affected and my liver was in
bad condition, but four bottles of
Electric Bitters made me feel like a
new man.'' A (rial will convince
you of their matchless merit for any
stomach, liver or kidney trouble.
Price lift cents at Lankford-Kelth
Drug Co. Adv. d&w
Hiiiniiiioii Parliament Assembles.
Ottawa. Out., No/. “I. *Tite
Dominion parliament was opened
today by Ills royal highness; the
Duke of Connaught. The occasion'1
was marked with Hie usual cere-,
montal. w hich included the firing of
a royal salute front Nepean Point
and u cavalry escort fir the (jpv-
ernor general front Rldeau Hall to
the parliament building and return.
The general expectation, that the
speech front tile throne would deal
with subjects of far more than or-
dinary interest and importance to
Hie public led to an unusually
Unless all signs go astray the!
parliamentary session now begun
will lie one of tlie most contentions
and bitter In years. There is ev-
ery reason to lie lieve that the much
discussed naval policy will he one
of the first things brought up. The
government prrgrani involves the
voting of an immediate “emergen-
cy'- contribution of large amount to
the British navy, leaving to he tie
polluted later the terms and condi-
tions of a permanent policy
Tin* 'iipposittion, particularly the
II I'cneh-Canadian element. are
preparing to make vigorous pro-
test against imposing a vast naval
i xpcmlil tire upon the people w ith
iout, th<fr nnnsent. The govern-
ment. however, fully expects to
get its naval program through the
parliament, lint only after a de-
termined opposition .
T|ie redistribution of parliamen-
tary constituencies made necessary
by Hie last census, which will de-
prive conservative Ontario of four
seats and will give the liberal west
some twenty i (Id seats, may he al-
lowed to go over to the next ses-
sion a postponement will, of
course, precipitate a hitter oppo
tit ion in in the liberals.
Front present indications there
will not lie a particularly heavy
list of private bills at the present
session. An exception, however,
is the divorce cases, which number
more than one hundred and tints
exceed all records.
week with c!'*an shows
A proposition presented to
the ladies regarding a series of ar-
ticles being gotten tip by the league
members for publication by the
(press. While the arrhngemrnt would
j have some advantages it was decided
dial Hip 1. ague should centralise all
efforts in actually accomplishing
things and then let tlie press report
Hie things as they are done.
Tit' ladies urge that the cit'z'i’.s
of Sherman he prohibited fiorn lor-
geting the i otidllohs upon whim
* I in* cash prizef an I a scholarship
in each Kidd-Key., * arr-Hurdetic
and Ivy's Res'nhss colleges. These
are to lie given for property owners
or rcs'dents keeping their homes in a
sanitary and aitrartiv londition.
The time for awarding the prise is
not yet up and It will not be award-
ed until next spring hut in tlie mean-
time the place? are being watched
and It is the general average that a
certain place maintains during the
year that will ha considered'. »
At present the ladies have two
features of work on hand, one is
I lie carnival for next weak, and the
oilier is the annual bazaar whien
I Hex* are arranging for tit'* second
Friday and Saturday in December,
i Tin' hnzaa" will he held in the stor,
building that is a part of the Com-
mercial Bank building.
Baltimore. Md., Nov. 21—in pre-
senting the report of the fly-fighting
committee of the American Civic
Association. Edward Hatch. .It'-,
chairman, expressed the hope tha1
there may be no more fly-killing
contests. This sentiment took the
assembled fly-fighters by surprise,
which was dissipated, however, wltei,
Mr Hatch .-aid:
“Wc c-tti not insist to muck or too
olden a-on cleanliness as the begin-
ning, middle ,'ttd end of the fly-
f'gliti - ; ^Hmpsign. “Swat the fix'
as a slogan must give way to ‘starve
the fix.' The latter is more euphon-
ious ntjd infinitely more practical
The committee look a firm stun t
against rewards for fly-killing. Ill its
eon* hiding pit titles, the committe'fl re-
port mad - a feature of the fact that
In citlei> in with-it substantial cash
prizes were awarded in no case did
the number of flies killed in the
wlto’e of a campaign exceed tha
quantity which could easily have
a few weeks While the educational
value of such fly-killing campaigns
cannot he overestimated Hie report
mil it xvottl-l seem that greater re-
sults might he obtained by conduct-
ing campaigns against stables and
hack yards, garbage heaps and
('umps and all places that produce
flies and supply them with infection.
Rye, Rescue Grass,
Wheat, Burr Clover
all stay green during winter it planted
The 1 ejcas Seed "Breeding Farnu
J. L. Mitchell. Jr., Mgr.
West Side Square. Old Fhone 877; New Phone 577.
wYP is always ready, steady and mellow.
' ^ With the days growing shorter it will pay
to consult us how to economize in light
and fixtures. We have all the latest de-
viees, both plain or ornamental.
WILL HAVE CHARGE
Suffrage ('(invention Opened.
Philadelphia, Ha., Nov. 21.—The
largest and mist representative
convention In the history of tlie
National American Woman's Suf-
frage association was opened here
this afternoon with a great out-
door rally in Independence square
Enthusiasm over the success of
the cause in (lie recent elections in
Oregon. Michigan. Kansas and
Arizona formed the keynote of
the demonstration. Five plat-
forms were erected in tlie square,
from which stirring addresses were
delivered by Rev. Anna Howard
Shaw. Miss Margaret Foley. Mrs.
(Harriet,Stanton Blateh, Mrs. Har-
riet TTfylor Upton, Miss M Carey
Thomas and a number of
noted ladies for the equal
ONLY A Ft RE HERO
but the crowd cheered,'as. with
burned hands, lie held up a smal1
round box. “Fellows;” he shouted,
“this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold,
has everything heat. for hums.''
Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruis-
es. Surest pile cure. It subdues in-
flammation. kills pains.. Only 2 '
cents at Lankforu-Keith" Drug Co.
Adv. dir w
Heath Chair for Kentuck.x Slayer.
C.XKMI TIHMPSHN APPOINTED
NEW FEDERAL TREASURER
VICE ' McCEUNG.
Washington, Nov. 2 1.—Canui
Thompson, the president's secretary,
was appoint-'l* treasurer of the
Fnited -tates vest -clay- to slice: e-|
Lee Mr-Clung. who resigned recent!'.
Charles I). Hiller, who was secretary
to the'president before the begin-
ning of the last ntnuiaign, will re-
turn to that position.
Secretary Ma<Vengh last night ap-
pointed the following rimimitte- to
count the innnex and ste unities ot
the treasury to verify the aciotin'-*
of tin- retiring treasurer. Lee Mi-
Clung: E. B. Dackam, chief of the
public moneys division; A. T. Ham-
ilton. chief of the loans and curren-
cy division and l.'-nii Isaacson of
Ironton. Ohio. Mr Isaacson will i'
restnt the new'treasurer in tin-
count, while the interests. of Mr
McClu'lig will In- looked aft -r In I
O. Munson .of the treasurer's office.
This will he the greatest count o!
money and securities in all history
It is estimated the total will an-
proach dose to $ I ,r>ii(i,mn),nqq tic*
which Thompson must give a re-
ceipt. The count will require a:
least two months.
To HeMiine Harvester Healing.
Sherman Gaslight & Fuel Co.
An endless variety of beautiful and appropriate pleeta M
STERLING SILVER, CHINA, CUT GLASS, ETC.
■ X I
Don’t fall to Inspect our stock before buying.
Sherman Jewelry & Optical Co.
W. S. Dlckerman, Mgr.,
108 N. Travli St.
For Fresh Eggs and Butter
National Press Association.
Chicago, 111., Nov.
cent h e committee of
21. The ex-
Press 'association, repreHentlngVthn
weekly and small daily newspapers
of the entire country, has been call-
ed to meet In Chicago tomorrow to
prepare a program for the next an-
nual convention of the association
and to select, a place for the gath-
It is understood that New York.
Chicago. San Francisco, Denver and
other cities desire to entertain the
We, tho undersigned druggist* of
Sherman have sold Hall's Toxas
Wonder of 2926 Olive St., St. Louis,
Mo., for years and recommend It to
be one ot the best kidney, bladder
and rheumatic remedies we bare
LANKFORD-KHITH DRUG CO.
H. L. SHEEHEY,
R. A. GTBB9,
W. L. RITTIVO * CO.,
Chicago. 111 . Nov. 21. Tho
hearing of testimony in the govern-
ment suit to dissolve tlie Interna-
tional Harvester company is to lie
resumed in this city tomorrow
morning. Prominent officials of
the “harvester trust” amt numerous
other witnesses have been sum-
Examiner Robert S. Taylor will
eemlnet the examination, while Ed-
win 1’. Grosvenor, assistant. to
Attorney General Wickersham, will
continue as prosecutor for the gov-
Mrs Racon—“I understand one enn
learn different languages from the
phonograph?” Mrs Ebert. — “Well,
since our neighbor got his I know my
husband has used language 1 never
heard him use before.”
Frankfort, Ky.. Nov. 21. .fas,
Ellis is to pay the ‘death penalty in
the electric chair at tlie Eddyville
prison tomorrow. Governor Mc-
Creary having refused his petition
for commutation of his sentence to
life imprisonment. Ellis was con-
victed in Pulaski countv nuir<- than
u year go for the murder of Mag-
istrate (’. J. Beatty, ot Burnside
The killing was the result of the ar-
lest of Ellis on tlie charge of il
leg ally selling liquor. In a gener-
al fusillade Magistrate Beatty and
Const a tile F. M Heath wen- shot
and killed Ellis and a companion
named |li-1|on were l onvicted of the
XVII AT \ BAPTIST PREACHER DID
This is to certify (hat I used imo
box of Hunt's Cure for a Skin trou-
ble, and same cured me after using
abut Sx mi worth of other ointments
and salves. Nothing. like Hunt's
Cure for Skin (roubles. Rev. II. T.
Sizemore. Hemphill, Texas. Adv.
New Phone IBB; Old Phone 700.
Don't Forget (lie Place—
I —o I South Montgomery Street.
Chicken Sandwich ..........................15c
Hum . IOc
Roast Heel'....................... IOc
Brick ('liecse ............................. . IOc
Delicious lint ('linenlale. ..................lOr
Hot Coffee unit Cuke.........................Itte
THE REST IN THE CITY.
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Hair Mussed by Lightning.
Edward Kones prefers in the future
to comb his own iorks ahd wishes
lightning would' leave them alone.
When his house, in Sullivan county,
was struck the eleetrlelty plowed
small furrows about his skull, taking
the hair off his head in every place
It touched. HIr injuries, besides de-
stroying his hair, it is said, were
slight Philadelphia North American.
Sunshine Russian Style Fruit t akes.
New Cmp Shell I’ecnus in Unites unit Pieces,
l-Tesli Dales in Bulk and Packages,
Candied Cherries and Pineapple,
Citron, Grange and Lemon Peel,
Also New liaisiiis and Currants.
Bulk Olives, Sxxecl Mixed and Dill Pickles,
Belt Pepper and Cucumber Mangoes.
LET I S MAY E V ot B ORDERS.
W. S. Rawlings
OLD PHONE ltd.
Ancients Knew of Elevators.
That the ancient Romans knew
how to works J|«S t= the latest discov-
ery reported from Rome in connection
with the Palatine excavations. Pre-
Romulan remains have been found, in-
cluding 12 ancient lifts. One of tho
latter, which descends into the earliest
known city, is now- being cleaned and
put Into working order for thp Arch-
Either Sunshine or Fire.
Put. things in the sunshine or before
a fire before wrapping them up. If
possible, not only for airing, but also
to freshen them and make them small
What Did He Mean?
"Now look here, Marin.” said Mr.
Wombat, “If you don't stop playing
bridge all tbe time I'll take a-hand.”
FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE
If you eat you heed ‘‘DigeetiL"
It aids Digestion, prevents distress
afrer eating, stops gas formation, re-
lieves Indigestion instantly and cures
dlspepsta. Brown's Digestit is a lit-
tle tablet easy to swallow and abso-
lutely harmless. It has relieved
thousands. Sold on postive guaran-
tee. Your money oack if you want
It-—50c. For sale by Lankford-Kelth
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