Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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SHERMAN DAI1 V DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER,
THE SHERMAN DAILY DEMOCRAT
(BSTAB LI BHHD 1878.)
Dally Except Saturday.’J
X SHERMAN DEMOCRAT. PUBLISH!3*8.
Weekly Democrat PublUhed Tburedam
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RED RIVER VALLEY FAIR
SEPTEMBER 26, 27, 28, 29
M - AND 30 A .
DEVENUS MK II ON 1I0W WE
Washington Man Really Was the Frat
to Demonstrate Possibilities of
frf, WA^jw^nR t>X
When tl mini dies his neighbors, ip-
ciliillng IV)tli lllends mid enemies. find
nut cither^ that he lefRinnre motley, nt-1
; i#" lifrfier ei t;:tc. (Inin they though, in'J
lmtl. ur. >ai the other liiiiid. they are:
BED RIVER VALIAEV FAIR A CUM- unitized to learn Hint he left i i-iicttr, j
Ml .MTV BUILDER. ■ ally notliii t . cM-epi some llfj- insiir- i
Inure. the ro <hltte of which, after pa.v-
Itiver Valley Fair. 1t)2'- 'is-'it of nlil igatiipis. probably will Ik;
Sheri,liiti next Tues- ' **ul a trifle. The grimiest mirprte* to
of t lie I f rh mis mid ft >ey reliite to men's pocket
edition, begins in
j£k under "la own spncUms'uulhUngs >»•■«* «••<! l«**fncss i»rerere~N s. .
■ , in flic i Neighbors uatucii.ly are eifrloit*
oil its own adequate guiuuvl# m uu < .
if tliiss fertile region. !»"’ 1“'' T1'' " aftitlrs are so htt-
vlTYtkei -EtrAM* tm Jh- «!»*«» 1 Tb'»? 'IW <l*'i' tiy and mote
to tli*| jvoi'ld
the iivwur»es of
fin Red Ulv
sc id Mother Russ an Brown Bear.
•'The lest of you take great citl'e of
youf cuhs "lien you are free, but when
**•««*'$• *l !ttr, s|v nrtl Dt»iOa> -
^ ■ W
«gaKr$t«iatM> -i tWa, i|» J’W r'y\ ih,,iiir^lVv WH"" «"•'
as a fair will, a permanent home. It "* it.for.xtHtimi as thyjj
M to be congratulated u,»u the tulfl l-|«“ «i1l,onV.lw.nK tmrrndve
«| yromlae of additional exhibit build- llV"s “ ^tunAar^
lpga and other Fair MtilHiea for ade- V*1*" M“ ^>8*.<M elate to
lately serving the demands and needs ' ^t'on or to
Jf the distrle, 1. is to be cougratu- “• ***' '> •»“ - * '-is family,
lated upon the growth that lias n» to ha w J.rontbieat and power-
uei-essarv the erection of these new f'" 1,1,1 .......
Wlldinga on the ,a rnmneut home ,<f ,K.si„g as
grounds „t the Fair. . ,a-ma-1«idy ami tor the snbsiaminl
A Fuir's first/ object Is to -educate. |
A tremendous stimulus was given the]
pure bree llvestis-k imlusfr.v in Ht'ity-
stilts1 whhdi he aims ami ho| -s tn reai-
iiti Itf Itis business <or; | ixiSession.
Miadt men live it|ii to Hleir incomes.
No iinriter now mu h c’iey receive in
a year, fln-y spend it .til, et- \irtually
Brhigiuk ’togetlM-r a»lt did the 1,11 ,,f Y1"'.' «l>p:.r . mi, 1,emu ties
*s-imei«7of niieflivestock It. the smTal tu.mdin j. i,.si t.-v to be «4
eimsideuvaK or y-nteei i,s tiieir ulmnnl
atm County following the holding or
the lira, He l River Valley Fait in
I'din.' Hrlpglnk -fegettS'i- us it tliil the
county and the breeders ol these uni
ftlhU 'in frieudij 'rivalry and eoiupe
tltlon, the beneficial rosnlts In the in-
dustry were apparent in less than a
year’s time and hate been far-reiieh-
Sng and aldding
A Fair brings out a eonpnairlty-'s or
a districts best. Its very nattii-e is to
create a desire in one to strivo lo do
a* well in some neCotuplislmieit^Hs his
ilghlKir lias done. , itb iflipwn
frnits of this la'istlftiort *eff ?
hthited at the Fntr Its spirit ts pro^,'1,fKl,,^l *’1|■ :,W - money which is
ress and the antithesis of se'f-satisfat-1Nl8di,f'<'s lepletipi. of s-aidtal. If
lev etna- will |s'!iuit. • 1 lit
Jlltlging b> the style in which they
live, it is jipjiarv.it thivt the majority
of men are in huhy-t n .Vm financial
< ilcumsnasceK. -Jliey- umsi have largi
caj-ltai sitptis in ;U" bank. They
manage to get afoiig in loiuparatm
aff'uunee, am ll is >xamdy jmssihle
liiat tfceir etiJltire vrj tif^ylay can Ik
‘Tin tllF biggest hear In any zoo,”
said Ivan, the Alaskan Brown Hear
"When 1 stand tt|i mi my liimi legs
I aln far'roller Itmn any man, unless
the man should be a giant, and even
then lie would have trouble being taller
\ ”1 am also very big and 1 Ive'gli
,nn>re than a thousand pounds. In fact
'1 weigh very nearly half as much
‘There's my mate. Bnldy, with a
nice smooth grizzly .face,"
‘T'nra wild one,” said Silver King.
“I have always been a wild one and
•J m not one to change my ways.”
“Were I free now,” said the Rocky
Momiiiiin Hear, “I •would he sleep-
ing. Vim, l svould have eaten all I
hail intended to ent some Utile while
ago, find I would he dreaming and'
sleejilijg away, (n a jtii* den. ,
"Here I ■ /stebt) * at* trlght? and
'i.lik liwl iikt liji.fiscally,in_fUcOUltm•
big hot am drowsy. I don't Sleep all
A dentist living In Washington, D.
C., InvejRed, patentisl and demon-
strated wireless telegraphy before
Marconi was horn. Had it not- been
for the attitude of big ttewspajierh and
the stubbornness ami lack of vision Of
congress, this country today would be
enjoying the honor, distinction knd
credit of presenting wireless telegra-
phy to the world. The mime/of this
emnjianitively'tmknovMi invgptive gen-
ius Is Malilon Loomis. Hack in the
; sixties and/ seventies lie eknl out a
modest living by plugging molars an<l |
making “store" teeth for the jmlitl- |
I clans and social leaders of Washing- 1
ton. Doctor Loomis called his dlseor- *
ei-y "aerial telegrujiliy." His first |>ul>- I
lie demonstration vvus ninth* In ISt’dl I
from the two peaks of the lllne itldge I
, tnountains In Virginia, some 18 miles
apart. From each peak an ordinary
j kite was elevated, connected with an
insulated copper wire attached at the
lower end to a telegraphing appa-
ratus. The operators of each party
were provided with telescopes, with
Ivhleli they could sight from ope slu-
j tint, to the other mid rend the signals.
When all was In readiness a message
was sent by the doctor along the wire
of his kite, and was received at the
station on the othe. mountain top just \
ns though the two kites bail been con-
nected with a wire in the ordinary
way-, lii this manner communication#
were kept up until the fact was thor-
oughly demijnstmtcd that telegraphing
could lie done as readily wit bout us
with connecting wires.
Sherman. Denison, McKinney, Dallas, 1
Waxahachie, Hillsboro, Waco, Ennis, Corsicana
and intermediate points
It takes you there
It brinfs you back
CHHJ. & FEVER TONIC
, yX/a rt- ’ ,V
for motneuts at
you we in
see what Die
"Ah, said WMrkei Klaek Hear, “bnt
when we are frfft mid are in our
winter dens YSid. tHe little ones cmhe
to join us \ve ifmd them In bur warm,
fflrry artus.ajNfild’n we love them so.
for our little uue“ have no fur.
"We do i«*t*?filnk df ourselves, hut
oily of tlieo|TYou yatmot expect us
to be Just (he Siinie In the zoo ns out
| Ban on Fairies.
Fairy tales are no longer alhtwed
| to he told to children in Russia., The
I minister of education f0r Bolshevists
: has Issued an order that fairies or
1 princely heroes Are not to he ^men-
tioned, and do ha--in, mid nre there-
j Instead of fairies, children must be
j told of "seienlhds and leaders H.w ho
have served humanity,”
| Aladdin must not he misrepresented,
. as a good-hearted prince wjjm used
! his magic huup for the good, of all
! the people around lilm; he must lye
yon will often ] gjM,wn jn j,js "true eoiors," for he,
doing ami leave j was a pr|ncei ilierefore "r.ti op
pressor and a despot."
60< at All Dealers.
“I >ip Far Taller.”
Uw. aoo* you will often
s wAlW*? S
Chile May Soon Export Coal.
The coal mines In Chile* have re-
eently witnessed a great development,
and at present ore tirodueing about
!,00o,iHg) tons per annum. The old
mines produced a rather Inferior prod-
uct, but the new developments art
turning out very neeeptable coat, and
of it For wof* really goad mothers,” Uu-te I* Plenty ■>’ ....... for extcdlnp
.... .. .... ., - ... . .. 1 * operations lit-that country. / \lrttmuy
the time though.
"Yes, how well I remember when
1 was in my Rocky Mountain home.
How I used to sleep on beautiful
branches of pine trees with soft
'blankets and sheets of leaves.
“Then I would close up all the win-
blows mid cracks and doors so I would
“And we an Sep. that (he dmfdles
, imjiftxsi’ijji'Mo t J;oep
It. ;tW 'money wide
* not catch cold and Just leave enough
momy. .'ey s room for; myself (to get in and out.
.........staizjtjtt %=a jljrSSaSrig
endeavor. It Is the beaeou light for )soils and fmuiltes. which, seem to !•». (
and gobble down everything
all of the real mined in the country
is being used by the mantifat'furin'g
don't get near the little tines.” said ‘"terests there, but there ls.no dmtbt
Mother Black'Hear "for Dadd? Bears ,hat if devebnimeut tontiaiies at
would he quite willing to eat lhelr|«1P Pr*^”' rnu‘ ,,“‘re "l" |H'
little cubs, and mother bears would Pr*"bleed 1!<>t onlv *') v«re for the
never allow that." 1 ,,ou'*‘ n,!,rkpt- but to allow enough
“Itut sometimes In the zoo.” said. ^or “Xpor atloa.
Mother Russian Bear, “yoiir eifrlosltj ~
gets the better of you but It doesn’t
NO MEAL IS COMPLETE
* V •- ;V .. .. / "V^ ,
Without Good Bread
Why Experiment When You Can Get
t The Best
Made in Sherman From Sherman Made
214 N. Travis
, . . , , : free once more I didn't make n PlJt of
ever b.rfger accomplishment aiui wort it- uPlllCHt uru.uet only /scarcely as rich k myself '
To the youi|j'cr geaeratlou of
the eitles and thswnrul diuDleUi
thin sss-tl m the displays of .agricul-
tural product#, liresUK-k and nmmtfae-
tured product,, to be seen aidlils vpsrs
.Revl River Valley Fuh- will l»e i, libr
‘-rnl education. As no ljrbifsxl pagu
could tyaich It. they wiH.''njprt*s.s
j-ldldreu with the resources j(ud jVi;
Wlitles of their own lionie' siirAalntft
"I ate slowly jind carefully for I
knew It would make me slt-k If I ate
a great deal after strcTT a long time
TfiShr ttirPMn im-orte. leit ttrtewear-
horlr big away their gray matter with the|.
ttt» tnitjA'J^t'a!ieal j^:obl(vui. pot of fitting'
clreumstunres to imome. tml of fitting
Income to yii-eumstatues. They are bat- j. of not eating at alL
Bing with nrerey emtiiimi.'ly. tli.m^tr)-* “I tame forth before all the snow
their .fHernia wonder liovv lmielt they i/had left and I did not go te fied with
are worth ;?!»«* first fluke of snow falling to the
irtpress thfll . *9 It liapjtT'iis that vve read in tlr«- >k'round.
god jvWL|fl4By press that a well-known tieii left i “'Vlmt delicious things did grow
of me. • : e TUVv. . »
“I am nlways fondllyg my little ones
until they're strong anti at least two
months old—Jtlsr as you will do when
yon are free, and while still you keep
them in the dens.
“Mother Syrian Bear Is very hart
about her children but the keeper
helps her wake new,lied* of straw
and she is grateful for the way lie re-'
rulitds her of what she nuist do.
“But my babies nre well looked after
In the zoo or out of It. and they grow
to be strung benutlfnl Russian Brown
Rears," she tailed proudly.
lngs. Ktirotml gen lent should lie given nothing, or we
v or his insurance: m**1" ,he fi',rln« ,llat I "ould.eat, though! j Little Kyi (in
■find'that his avldiiv has :vESucti lusty root#, and so forth! 1 nirinnut, lodk at t
the children to attend the Fnlr. amt taken a genteel .'potdtlnii with'o gente-'i “At first I would go hack to my
the Fair manageuHuit Is tu Itq ismgiHjitv., inertantile iiislituthm- Just to have 'v,I'tcr den for the night-time liut after
lated in that they have seen fit to
make Tuesday ouenlug day. children's
day. when n'l juveniles will be* mt-
witfed without charge.
A Fair Is a etmunttulLv lmilder.
Hhcriuan Is the heme of the Red River
Valley Fait because it Is title logical
center with convenient rallroatl eon-
netthins, of 11 ■ .;* district euihraeed In
something to do. ' Or tliey team time >f,,e rpnl sPrinP bad WTlved I gave
i my winter home enfpfil
“Here In the zoo I don’t go to sleep
the unostentatious gentleman in m> i: u*’ ,l,-v "'bder home entIWly.
W*f litm-k lint! «* fortune <if five htu.- f
dretl thousand or a million dollars. i for ,l,e "in,pr-"
— «- ]> “1 take a long nap,” sniil the Admlr-
The BriUsh mission to Thibet, the
forbidden land, will take to Umsa a
the Red River Valley territory, a
Whole-hearted resjsmse. eorrllai and re-
•iperatlve in its nature, is being shown
by comnmnith"- ami cities in every parr
of the Red River Valley Fair district
rries of motion pictures for exhibition
ptir|loses. Tite Thibetans may wa’i
themselves in again.
New Orleans projects a Spillway to
divert floods. Leading m- ii of the
town believe tbe scheme will tide bust-
toward making this year's Fair a great nb'iig Itetter.
success. Sherman, brer use it Is tite
those Leghorn chick-
en# ! '•
Matnmn-^fes, I see them. dear. Bnt
how do you-know they are Leghorn*!
Little Eva—Why, d<ui't you see tj»e
I tile ftorn#ii»m tlici” legs!
alt.v Bear. “1 gather all the leaves
that fly from the trees In the fall
which 1 intend to use In making up my
la'tl. T-he keeper helps me Uy giving ;
”1 liHve a most comfortable bed nnd
I Sleep In It for almost two months
without coining out at all. Of course I
make up my bed fn my den."
‘Tin the best mother of all of you,
Don’t Take Calomel
Unless Advised by V’our Physician
d Z-,1 W
Bond’s Liver Pills
are better. A prescription especially for.
Headarlies. Biliousness, Dizziness oi
Oklahoman Praises Black-Draught,
Huing Used It ‘‘Can Sslifc
Orandfleld, Okia.—One of th# bert
known^faropB# of TilnwnjCo^ter. Mr. -
• say for
home ef the Fair and reap- the direct
Item-fils of Ih-Ihb the home of such m.
Inst it titioii. owes to liters eouitutiiiities
whleli are showing such a spirit the .
and serving th“ mods of the large see-
tlon of fertile areas in Fannin. CoUiti.
ing sui'p'-rt to the l#!l2 expo#ition.
WW-r 'L"arii“ T™We’ 2W «U druggists, j ^ttlach d.Si’
« X ibubiq, niiv vnua KUU WUUiftgfifl j,
a wagon yard here, says:
“I ha?# need ffi^hedford*s
Draught—I bellerei can safely
fifty yearaw. ,1*'^
“I wm born aad reared la Tax»».
Freestone County, alxty-four year# ago.
I hare been married forty-fwilr years.,
My father used Blar.k-Dranghi'before I
life, 11. has
cine shelf, and la the only laxative, or
liver medicine, we nae. We use It
for torpid ll?er, sour etomach, head-
ache, indigestion ... I don’t-think wo
could get along wltboat It,-knowing
what it has done for ua, and the! money
It hat saved. It Is Just aa good and re-
liable today ae It was when we' began
its use. My boys use It and they are
satisfied it’s the beet liver -medicine
they have ever used.”
Thedford’s Black-Draught la purely
vegetable, not disagreeable to taka
and acts In a prompt and natural way.
So many thousands of persons have
been benefited by the - se of Thedford’a
Black-Draught, you should have na
hesitancy In trying this valuable old
■ well-established remedy, for most llvor
No Fade Wash Fabrics
WASH FABRICS that hold their color—after the tub test,
and in the new patterns and colors. Also Madras in pretty
stripes for Men’s and Boys’ Shirts, and Misses Blouses, all
are yard wide, and priced at the yard...............35c and 25c
£f#£jN DASL F STORE
-Travis and Houston
HOME, SWEET HOME—BAD OMENS
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