Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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MAKFS BIG HIT
RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR BOOS
TER TELLS ALL ABOUT
10 HAVE DAY
AT STATE FAIR
CDAL WILL NOT
# I..... .. nml tIn1 enraged', King of Elito- fi«;r. through the Fort Worth yard*.|
On the Movie Screen ii:i "• iiv,‘ntr,‘|,is *«"«»••»«-«««»•«■«■- m m. si««<n. v»n* problem ami
______ took a mill uion the Egyptians. ■
Bjr rtf Jusdated Frrii
oral manager, said Thursday that only
At tho Gem. 1 At the Washington. t vo Frlw-o engines wore tied tip by the IVtrolt, Mich., Sept. 22.—A feeling
The river Spice, which hiijv geogra-t The Washington Theatre will show order. He admitted, however,, thatj of relief pervaded business as well as
phy will reveal as not in Egypt, fiiirlv , "Guilty as Charged,” episode 3 of many of the road's engines had hcen hthor circlea here today as the fWg
swarmed with Egyptian soldiers in ttu- jItutli Roland's new spine-tingling, heart fug-Kt-d for rt pairs, but would not es-
:ruturner of 1921. while Ernest Luhitseh glowing Rathe-serial, "The Timber (Jlm|tp (1|), I|U1|)t<r
was dlrerting his greatest l’aranimtnl JQuovn- on Saturday. The Timber, Trafn,, U>,u ,Iltprfered with.
I’lcture, "The Loves of Pharaoh." , «™« i'>" rfsts seeking to keep Don ^ ,W(J ,,f wlU ^
Early in the morning steamers ana]1'1"1 K"1" >«**«*• »«!» » |m|r„, Ht „IMT. actwdlhg ,o Mr. Bisson.
IiLrl'tor»* with t Inin ah M') m oxtrtiAi I. itimlieruiiitia will fall Into tholr hands x, ... .
”*-■ wm «** lIS™ .is......... iZIL „,Iwj i' *.................... - ...........-. £* 2.SGSZ SJX St
(•.(bristle* of ancient Egyptians and <llar«'> 1,011 with murder and hastily
try' him before a lumberman's jury. ---
Motor t ouihuny plants resumed operas
ttons after a week of idleness.
TV TOWN—GAINESVILLE TO
The following from the Itonhain
I’ally Favorite tells of the Sherman
boasters who visited that city in the
Inti rest if the Itisl River Valley Fair:
“Running fully an hour Is'liiud their
si !i dale, the Sherman Red River Val-
ley Fair Ixosters leached Ronhnm
iiImiiii r, o’clock IWdnesda.v afternoon,
with a toot of nutomohile horns to
auuotiuee their advent. Instead of the
old-time blare of trumis'ta.
"(>n eiivltng the square, tile trade j
Pallas. Texas, Sept. —. — Grayson
County will come In for a certain dis-
tluotlon at the State Fair of Texas,
Dallas, Oct. 6-15 this year, tlirougli one
of its hustling towns.
AVILL LOST SAME AS LAST
A hundred years ago the Nimrod In
lauds were sighted by whalers in thd
Southern Pacific, but no one has ever
seen them since.
By tht A**< clatrd Prenn
Phllade'pbta Pa., Sept. 22.—Only (10
per cent of the normal supply of do-
mestic sizes of anthracite coal will lie 11 f ^ sl'"r<‘
Ethiopians While the hand played j
merrily these extras landed in the
Egyptian city mid were greeded liy
thousands of "savage warriors" gatli-
Aseeuding through the deep saml un-
der a burning sun, p requirei little
availalile this winter, but prices will
Monday. Oct. 9 has been designated j •* proctlinlly the same as last win-
ks Whitesltoro Hay at tlie Fair, at the ter. it was announced to.Iny at n con- Imaginftlon to visualize the hot pains
request of WliitcStmro citizens, who,' feremv of fu;>’ administrators repro- Africa. From tho summit a sand
according to State Fair officials, will senting all of the hard coal consuming mountain sloped to a deep valley where
be here in large minder on that day. | States and Canada. To overcome this ,!lp "nrr'ors ,v,‘r® gathering for the
Gainesville Day will give Cooke i shortage in supply n cninpulgti for the biggest tattle ever filmed. On n plat-
Cotinty distim-tloii ns well and Collin
tourists stooped on the west side ofi"m pet «,p»B«ilHon through Collin
the square, ujiil I.ightfoot's hand of/®'”'1'' l>"rv lir,''l Jive Stmk
Sherman pro<f»eded to nnwiud *K‘Pn *or D\?t.
(. thing matches, Interspersed with!9’ ,he ,Iav on "hlch i» the
sm-li rags as ’The Shdk.' j11'1* Nt(M’k ‘l'‘I">r,mellt is’glns. In fact.
"Following the music, Dr. W. H tl,e llat of alx‘,lal ,ln-vs «'rri''s Keros
Ilentliorne. a dentist of Sherman, vvlio,of lntpre*t '° practically every section
< All 'puli' n good speech ns well as a
tooth, was liitnxluccd bv C. R. Inglish,
education of tlie piddle in the use or f"rm Kn|est Luhitseh, field mar-
tin’ sm viler sizes of anthracite, known °t both movie arm.es. Abovq^hiin
as buck wheat, of vvbieh there is an a <;|l'tiv‘* balloon held (lie eninerimien
ab livid it nee, is to i»c iiutugurateh "ko ’’(x-orded tlie action,
throughout the country. ) T,u' hostile armies were ready for
-- ^ • tlie battle. In the valley was the forti-
nPOfKPn PRC AM HU PflCCCC r*'1'* <nmP the Egyptians, and on the
Ur> UoCU GnLHIYl in hurrcc mountains, the attacking Ethiopians.
, ! A wonder spectacle it was us Lnbltsch
Reduced railroad rates of a fare and. Frenchman, a Century Ago, Ascribed mnnuevenM these thousands of war-
a fIftIt on all railroads, will lie in ef-l
Secretary of the Ronluim Board of
......... The dentist proceeded to fill’.f,M t’ aml ‘mitcutions are for a record
his listeners with the real doin', fresh 11 • tendance.
from tlie fountain. Here are some of -------------*♦*"—
All Sorts of Human Ills to the
the tilings he got off:
“if all the overalls made liy the!
Slnqfi.mn overall facti ry were made
into one pair, and u man found big’
enough to til them, he eouhl, at ope
."'ep. remli Germany, pick it up, spank1
ii good ami projver, and where the
G aokyr laid iiit the spankin', tie cmid ‘
write. ’Millie in Rhenium.’ The s|s<ak-
(r said that Texua raised lots of mule*.!
rail that if ail the mule* in Texas were
ri,Fed into one mule, he could stand
with one forefoot on Culm, the other in
Maine, anil kink the fane off the moon.
He (teeland that Texas was a great
Itoj; country, and that if all tlie hogs In
Texas were melted into one porker,
sail icwtihie sixx'lmaii could steady
, hlmacif on the North American eontln-,
cal. androot out the Panama Canal
witii two nags, at the outside. Sane1
h.ivvg. that! As if this were not enough j
t show what Texas really is, the
speaker waxed more eloquent, aval de-j
(’ared that if tall the cuttle In Texas
wire ismvccted into one milk cow, she*
( mid plant her front hoof* in South1
America, her hind feet in Canada, and,
while hooking tlie angels In the Milky;
"'ay. she could brush the star dust off*
of tlie Aurora Itorealis w ith her tail, at
(he same time drowning the whole:
world with the milk she was giving.
«ml making tlie globe topsyturvy with
(he hntt#T tat* ta-al rmfHng*out! ltaron i
Muneliiiseu Is guile, hut his successor!
"At tlie conclusion of Ids s|sss-h tlie,
<l<xtvr was loudly clicered, and lmd t
more of tiie snrae punctuittlon marks of'
approval, all through his remarks. It
was really a good s|s‘»s b for such a»;
iwiasioig and as such met with hearty,
"Like the Arab who lmd the collars*
tilde that, and who generally made his!
REAR ADMIR A L WINSIAW
WEARS FIGHTING GARB ON
NEWPORT BASEBALL FIEIJ)
Arsene Tltleliaud de Bernenud, li-
brarian a century ago to the Bibllo-
riors, hither and thither like figures
on a chess-board. Suddenly hundreds
of wild horsemen stormed over the
sand mountain in resrsmse lo tlie vvav-
p wuiuiy n*u »j lug of sigmil flags by Mr. Luhitseh.
theque Mazartn, Purls, opposeil with " .... , ,
ferocity the then comparatively ne„ Thj> Khiop.nsHwoop down the sand-
custom of adding milk or cream to • ,,lK lrrw«B*lble. like an avalanche,
black coffee. The latter, in the au- Eas''r for ''Omlmt the Egyptians meet
thor's language, was ‘‘eonsollng, Joy- t,uni’ ,lut their heroism was vatn
ful and, I ltnd nearly!aald, spiritual’’ against this terrible attack.
In Its effects. But let ever so small a 1 “The Loves of Pharaoh," which will
quantity of milk or cream be added he shown at the Gem (Theatre next
' and the result upou the human econ-, Monday, tells the story of an ancient
j om.v was most disastrous. remance of Pharaoh (Emil Jaimings).
Since the dawn of this vicious cuV Ho is visited liy Sanilak (Paul AVcge-
tovn pnnemonia and consumption in nor). King of Ethiopia. «ho offers him
the cities had Increased one-half and his daughter Make In (Lyda Salmo-
. rural communities formerly immune nova) fora wife. Pharaoh, however.
were now beginning to show cases of wns more attracted to her Grecian
.these ailments. iserving maid, Thoonis (Dngn.v Ser-
| According to Le Progres Medical,
: which obtained the above information
: from a new popular review, La Con-
naissance, de Berneand claimed tltat
many eminent physicians shared his
Ruth, with only tin- aid of her horse qvqvvyvvvvvv)^vvVteVVWV»yVVVVWVS(VWtaeAtata<W¥WA
and u dog. seeks to prove Don innocent*'
but just us success is within her grasp,
she has an accident. Don faces a fir-
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f ■ > if' l^;-T ,*’§1
WHITESBORO SERVICE CAR
Leave Sherman 5:15, 0:00 a. m„ 12:00
opinions. He seems to have had an tNoon. 4, 6 and 9 p. in. Leave Whites-
obsegsion that all mixtures of tlulda jboro 8:00, 10:20 a. m., 12 Noon. 4, 0
were injurious, and extended ids pro 'and 10:50 P- m. 5:15 a. m. car makes
script ion of milk addition to tea, choco- jeonnectioa with Wichita Falls train
late and spirits. Sustained by this pre-
conceived notion, he was able to pub-
lish a long diatribe in 1820, in which
| he accuses cafe nu lait of causing al-
. most every derangement known to
; medicine. But, rabid iib he sounds, he
| was fntuous enough lo admit that per-
haps 10 per cent of the people might
he tough enough to drink cafe an Inlt
without disastrous results.—Now York
9:00 a. m. car makes connection with
Gainesville car; leave Whitesboro
4 :0O p. m. car makes connection with
Wichita Falls traiu west.
9:00 p.' m. car meets Wichita FnllR
train coming East 10:05. So do noti
Dirigible Starts on Trip.
wc'Il be there. Phone 161.
SHERMAN DRUG CO.
TWO FRISCO ENGINES ARE
HELD FOR REPAIRS
Fort Worth. Texas. Sept. 22.—After
rtqxn'ts that many engines of tile Fris-
ia here were ordered ( tit of commis-
sion following a trip of inspection ivy
Scott Andrews, Fed. rul inspecting of-
Where They All Go.
Today and Tomorrow—
For a REAL LAUGH
Don’t Miss This.
‘The Timber Queen’
5c Special Kids Matinee
Saturday Morning 10.
All You Kids Be Here to see
Keep Your Eye on the
Sherman’s Leading Theatre.
-AGAIN TODAY AND T0M0RD0W—
j * " t
The Biggest Double Bill Ever Screened in Sherman— u
, ’ /'! J.;,,
“!f YOU BtLIEVE IT, IT’S SO”
With t j j
His Greatest Picture Since “The Miracle Man."
“THE LADIES MAN ”
A Laugh Triumph That Gets a Strangle Hold on the Blues.
No Advance in Achnission.
CGiiiLNG—MONDAY, TOESDAY, WEDNESDAY—
The Love Drama Magnificent—
“THE LOVES OF PHAROAH.” \f
Ni w|K»rt mx’icty IcccuttJy cnJdOHed
By the Aitociated Prcs$
El Paso, Sept. 22.—Tlie United
States army dirigible C-2, left El Paso
tills morning at (5:45 o'clock in a heavy
fog. Commander Strauss sai l It prob-
ably would not stop at Nogales, but
go direct to Yuma. Arlz
The escape of coul gas Into the soil
is Injurious to trees and shrubs.
get-away with not much ado, tlie li tas-
teis were scon off for ttfe next town,'the thrills of a clash between teams
tor tin* doctor to tell ’em about It, when ; composed of men prominent in soei-
he got there. / j ,qy and Hu’ city officials who look
Some«fitray Notes. ... j after the civic interests of the Rhode
“.Secretary Swain, of the Sherman Island resort. This Is how Admiral
((handier of Commerce, was in the car- Cameron McR. Winslow appeared.j VWWWWVWWWWWWWVS
avail, j Some of the spectators guessed that
“Likewise many others, to the uuiu-' ,M> t*» uniform and trappings of
a catcher: others voted that it was a
Anyhow he looked bcl-
is>r of about sixty. (
’’it was the dustiest hunch that ever ,livil,S sult-
literally came down tho pike. ligcrciiL
’’It has not ten'll raining around iiere
much, is tlie answer.
“Tbe reason for being late into Bon-
luim, Jk because the whole works at
tlie last moment, took a notion to go
"Come again, fellows, and the next
time stay longer.”
.4 - >"■ :r*
Grandson of Sherman
Couple is Musician
at 9 Years of Age
Mr. and Mrs. M. Welngnrten of this
city are Justly proud of a distinction
that is coming to their little grand-
son, Harry Ben UroiiNky of Ix.s Ange-
I-'b, Calif. Although only nine years
old. Ilarrv Ben has already developed
into a musical prodigy, and has I sen
asked to play before uiauy select gath-
On Oet. (I, lie will lie on the same
program with three world renowned
musicians, and w’ll Iglve several violin
numfcerf. The affair will lie held at
the I’ltilhArmonie halt in Los Angeles
ad will cost the public nothing, and
Mr. and Mrs. Weiagartea request their
Shorwati acquaintances who have
friends In Los Angeles to invite them to
hear Harry Ben play.
Mrs. Gronsky was Miss Ida Weln-
garten before Iter marriage, and is her-
self very talented musically.
Where laborers are at work on an
•lactric railway of the third-track
claw tliere is always danger if ordi-
nary tools are employed, for tlie
touching of the third rail with'a pick,
shovel or crowbur may lead to fatal
results. There was patented some
time ago a tool which is Insulated
for the purpose of protecting the work-
men on electric railways. In the case
of the usual shovel there Is placed an
insulating sleeve over tlie metallic
handle so that there is no possibility
of grounding tlie current through the
workman should the tool come into ac-
cidental contact with the “live" rail.
Furthermore, there is made use of an
Insulating material of some distinct
color, which is tin additional precau-
A kind of sugar culled jaggery is oli-
talned from the Juke of the ooeeannt.
SEE US FOR
Good Used Fords
. . . , ; ON ■
We have on hand now Sedans, ’
Coupe*. Touring Cars and Hoad-!
sters. If you ure in the mar- <
k< t for u good used FVird, better !
see us, as we can save you mon- <
ey, and our terms are easy to !
WOOD AUTO CO.
Stuilebaker Sales and Service
200 S. Crockett St. Phone 1700!
— 'IW l*'n V T
Ftmeral i t Harrison Davis.
A ' ■- ( > ..
Funeral service* f«r the late Harri-
sen Davis, who died Thursday morn-
ing following n protracted illness, were
teld from the family resldmce, 426
South F2m street, Friday morning at
10 o’clock,’’'conducted tiy Rev, George
Ctithrell of (Vutral Christian Church.
A large number of friends were at
tlie services and latrr joined the cor-
tege which went to the Hull cemetery
\ near Ho wo, where Interment was made.
The Fifteenth District Court ad-
journed during the hour of the service
Vut of rejpect to Mr. Davis, who was
tW father-in-law of 0. S. Gresham, T
' ....... ii It . ■ ■ 1
Bath, Breakfast and Lounging. They come
in Purple, Rose and Blue,
$3.95 TO $7.45.
JOE KELLAM, Inc.
. J. .C
The Ladies Store
The Biggest Trip
of the Year
Wfi .»** **v.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL RED RIM VALLEY FAIR
Will be held at Sherman five days beginning Tuesday, September 26*
All entries must be in place not later than 6 P. M. Monday.
A Rig Parade will be held in the business section of Sherman Tues-
Tuesday has been designated as Children’s day and all children
from everywhere will be admitted free. 4
Wednesday will be Sale Day for registered Jersey Cattle* Thirty-
two head will be sold at public auction beginning at 1 P. M.
The Sherman Municipal Band will give a free open air concert on
the grounds each evening except Saturday.
The Great Patterson Shows will open Monday night (Free admis-
sion to grounds Monday night as exhibits will not he open to public,)
with the biggest, cleanest and best lot of attractions ever seen in this
General Admission, Adults 251; Children under 12 years of age 15c.
Season Tickets, Adults $1.00; Children 50c. §<
September 26-30 5 Big Days
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