Sherman Daily Democrat (Sherman, Tex.), Vol. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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Gm4, at Local Draffisfc, Long as Free Supply Lasts,
25*cent Package of tke New "External” Treatment
• lieves Colds Over Night—Croup in Fifteen Minutes.
Vtck‘# Vap-(*-Kub salve, the new
treatment recently tntroihiioil here
frcni North Carolina. relieves croup
■ml cold troubles by external appllea-
lloti. There Is no ncoil to dose the
t.ti iimi h with"InJuried**
IIh nse In especially recommended
In ffie4tiei*s with small children. a*
Vnp <) H,nli can he used freely and
cflcn Without disturbing; the delicate
stcwiM-Iix of the little folks. Plenty
i f frosli ah* In iltc -bedroom at night
anil a little Yap<Mtnti npplhsl at the
first sign of trouble Is the licet Insur-
ance against croup and pneumonia,
and will krap tlic little chaps free
from sore throat, tiead and chest
usi’ds. VniMl-Ituti Is alisiihitely harm-
less—the formula Is on every wrap-
For cr< up or told troubles you
Just apply Vnp‘»»-Kuh well over the
throat and cliest and cover with n
Warm flannel doth. Isarve the cover-
tug loose around the ncek. as the
body beat releases the Ingredients
in the form of vapors. Tla>se vapors
are itibaUsl all night long, with each
breath, riming the ntr i«tssa"t>s.
locoeftlng the phlegm and carrying ttie
medication direct tti the affected
parts. Iti addition. It Is absorbed
lb rough aiid' stimulate* the skin, aid-
ing the vitimrs Inhaled lo relieve the
Vnp-O-llub wilt Is* found bettor
than Internal medicim** for all forms
of cold troubles, ami. In addition. Is
a delightful cooling, soothing applica-
tion for the surface Inflammations,
such as hunts, stings, bruises', Itching
and muscular soreness.
I There la Always Opportunity far Mm
mitiKiVE aws tt mi; _
; law of ('utMBiTCP. had a loug dtataura
j 'phone call yesterday morning from a
One V'ontral Texas town, asking to be put
n in touch with a man whom they could
wceure as secretary of their Commer-
cial Club. They offered to pay from
$100 lo $150 per mouth for the pro|*»r
man. In discussing this, Mr. Surratt
‘•Hie 'phone call came from a |ier-
M*al friend of mine in a town where
I luid formerly served as secretary. It
Is a good, live town, and offers a splen-
did opiarrtunity to u man who has the
quHlIfleatiqps necessary for success as
a commercial secretary. These quali-
fications are, briefly, as follows:
“The man must have a pretty fair
education, be able to express himself
on his feet, though he ueed not lie a
polished speaker; he must lie able to
write; he must have a ciwtaln amount
of constructive ability. Is* absolutely
lamest, and willing to work sixteen
hours a day.
“I was not able to advise my friend
where a umu could Is* hud who lmd the
ex|a*rienee. for experienced men all
have jolis, that is, experienced men who
really can make good, and I suggested
to lihu th»t it was probable that he or
1 might find some man who has the
qualifications named above, and that
I could take the man In the office of
the Sherman Chamber of Commene.
give lilm four or five weeks training,
himI in this way give them a better
man limn they could get from some
broken-down or discarded secretary.”
COUPON NO. 10—
Good for one 25c package
,| Vick's Vapo-Kub Salve free,
| long us tlie free supply lasts,
j your druggist has given away
his free packages,
try a jar on SO
Agents Ih Sherman.
>V. !.. Bitting & Co.
Craycrofl-Stlnson Drug Comismy.
Glasseodt l»rug Co.
Keith's I'H-iig Store.
Agents In Van Atstyne.
Brown A Douglas.
City Drag Company.
J. M. Neathery.
Agents in Whltewright.
Dyer & Jones.
B. \V. Gallagher.
Kirkpatrick & Bryant,
Preserves of flights! Quality
Wc carry the FKRNDKU. and BATAVIA lines. A Pure Fruit
and Sugar Preserve in the following fniits: Cherry, Strawberry,
I-oganberry, Blackberry, Quince, Red Raspberry, Bed Currant, Peach
Damson, Kumquat. Figs and Pears.
Cash Grocery Company
W. R, Imp
BOTH PHONES HI.
I. A. fhfdamty N. IP. Cor. Square
We Sell Everything in Lumber
Ton win by bring able to gat anything yon want ot
this yard when you want H.
You win by being aide to get B at a price that ti
always consistent with the quality of the material.
You win by trading with a firm that backs ap every
•tatament It makes, that stand# behind every dollar's
worth U sells.
Yon win In every way when foa hay year lonkw
and ether materials here.
D. E3. I-YON
of $5*000 and over in Black I-and Counties of North
and Central Texas.
* Adeqnate Funds, 1-ong Time, with attractive pro-
% payment options. Prompt service.
Both rhones M3.
COPLEY & ROWAN MILLS
M. A P. Bank Building.
LIVE MERCHANTS ASK FOR YOUR TRADE.
Busy Business Men of Sherman
Who Ask for Your Trade
See us for
M&, ''K ’ . ■ ,
L E. PROVINCE, Prop.
FOR NICK ONES CALL ON
HAYNES k SP0RER
Undertakers and Embahners
Horae Drawn and Automobile
West & Square. Both Pbenee U
WOMAN’S EXPKR1KNCE WITH
When a cough or cold hangs ou,
and you have c.cIiph and twins that
ar hard to define, It Is likely that
gri]H>e Is taking hold of your system.
Mrs. J. A. Rodgers, Switxer, S. C.,
nays: "1 am susceptible to cokls, of-
ten ending In grippe. In this car#
I have found Foley’s Honey aud Tar
to prevent doctor bills.” Sold every-
AT THE QUEEN.
•Americano” Gives “Doug” Plenty
, To Do.
Douglas Fairbanks, nthletic star of
Triangle-Fine Arts, agniii has a part
in “The Americano” that gives him
full opiKirtunity lo display his utli-
leth* prowess. The play is fairly
saturated with action.
Fairbanks gees to Puragonia. a
South American country, arrives Just
while the country is in the throes of
a revolution, sturts out to discover
the former president, who 1ms been
shoved out of office by a usurper, res-
cues (lie daughter, makes the usurer
take to tlie bushes, reinstates the le-
gitimate president and incidentally
wins the hands of tlie latter’s daugh-
ter for a life mate. He scales walls,
climbs trees, whips a whole company
of South American soldiers in a sub-
terranean passage and comes up smil-
‘Tlie Americano” will lie shown for
the first time in Sherman at the
Queen Monday and Tuesday.
Meeting of lTni- crslty Students.
All ex-students of the Texas Uni-
versity are requested to meet at the
High School Library tomorrow (Fri-
day) afternoon at 4 o'clock to ar-
range for the annual celebration of
Texas Independence Day, Man'll 2nd
It Is earnestly requested that ’as many
hs |*issiblf Is* present at this meeting,
so that definite arrangements may lie
made for appropriate exercises,
speakers, etc. •
W. I-. HAY,
O. J. S. ULLINGSON,
W. B. GIBSON,
J A. M. FERGUSON.
MISS MARY SPEER,
MRS. C. M. ENGLISH,
New “Board" Created.
SONS WILL MEET
MV, FEB. 23,
BIG EVENTS ARE DOWN ON THE
PROGRAM FOR THE
FATHERS WILL GET
(LOSE VIEW GF WORK
Speakers to Be Selected After Guests
Gather Around Uic Banquet Tattle
—Gaines will Be Played, with
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KNOX DRXY LINE
JL KINDS OF RATTLING
Both Phone* 114
CARPENTER & BELDEN
BEAL ESTATE. INSURANCE
N. Travis St
Austin, Tex.. Feb. It).—Tlie legisla-
ture has lasseil a bill providing for
the creation of juvenile boards in
counties having a imputation of more
Ilian 100,000 which ism tains cities
•with* a population of 75,000 or more.
The several district Judges lu such
counties would compose the lionnl amt
each judge wouhl receive an addl
tUtaal $ 1,500 annually to be paid
out of the general revenue fund .of
The bill is now In the hands of the
governor for approval
Owing- to provisions C relative to
imputation the bill would apply to on-
ly ataiUt four of the larger counties
hi the state—Harris. Bexar and Tar-
Another provision of the bill ein-
l«>wers appointment by the board of
probation Officers who would receive
a alary of not to exceed $100 a
month. Not to exceed six probation
officers could be npisdutcd In each
The committee, which has In charge
tlie “Father and Bon” banquet, to lit*
held at . the Young Men's Christian
Association. Friday, Feb. 25, met at
the association building Wislnesday
evening and completed arrangements
for the big banquet.
It was decided to have the fathers
mid sons meet at tin* ussoctattou
bellding *1 0:15 o'clock, where they
wilt lie met by a committee of taiys
from tlie boys’ depnit mont, who will
escort them Into tlie boys’ room,
where a “imrlor field meet” will is*
propured for them. The fathers and
seifs will take pari lu this meet. Hueli
events as a “ten yard balance dash.”
(carrying a Ping-Pong ball In u spoon
ten yards, “sliot imtsA (|ie«nuts in a
jan: "twenty-yard candle dash”
(caudle on ii stick in the mouth,) aud
other events, will take place. The
falhers wilt try to beat their sons lu
these mid other events.
Tlie committee from the boys’ de-
partment will look after the decora-
tion of the gymnasium, where the
banquet will Is* held at 7 :«‘J0 o’clock,
tt was agreed that no father Is to be
allowed at the imnquet, unless nccom-
panleil by Ills sou and no son allowed
at the banquet without Ills father.
Fathers and sons must sit together
and the committee also decided on
the following talks and tlie persons to
deliver these talks will not lie an-
nounced, until tlm night of the tmn-
qoet. The subject are “My Churn's
Bon,” “My (’bum’s Dad,” “The Boy
and the Boy's Father,"
The committee is sending out the
following letter today. urging the
fathers and sous to be present;
“February 10. 11)17.
“Dear Sir—Tills is to extend to
you hiuI your sous an invitation and
urge your presence at the ‘Fattier and
Son* Imnquet. which Is sto lie held at
the Young Men's Christian Assralfi
tton building at 7 :R0 o'clock ou tin*
evening of Feb. 211, 1017.
The-program will begin promptly
at 8:15 o'clock. An hour will be
sprat with your sons in tlie I leys' de-
partment. after which you will go to
the gymnasium, where the banquet
will Is* bold.
“The atm mid pun his** of this ban-
quet is to try to promote lietter mil
Inal understanding aud sympathy tie
tween you and your sous and we cer-
ts inly hois* that you will fill out tlie
Inclosed postal card ami return to us
at once. A charge of fifty rants will
lie made for the banquet.”
SICK LIVER CAUSES DIZZINESS
Hemlr.oh, biliousness, chronic con
stlpatiou and muddy complexion nre
signs that your overworked liver
needs l’o-Do-Lax to take up part ol
the burden. l'o-lJo-L ;x Is Nature's
remedy, a liquid > laxative derived
from the Muy-upple, a gentle liver
stimulant, that increases the flow of
bile and by its mildly laxative qual-
ity carries off the Impurities that
have dogged the intestines and nhb
Nature to elear the blood. Get n
bottle today. At all Druggists, 50c.
KATY WILL PROBABLY SPEND
$65,MM00 IN BETTERING
ROADBED AND EQUIPMENT
St. Dulls. Feb. 1H. —Tin* Missouri.
Kansas and Texas railroad should
s|ieml $05,000,000 Ih rehabilitation ami
Improvements during the next eight
years, according to a re|s>rt made to-
day by J. IV. Kendrick of Chicago,
who lias Just completed a survey of
He said that $4,500,000 could and
should lie saved annually throughout
Improvements ami Increased efficiency.
Mr. Kendrick was emjHoyed by New
York I tankers to make a survey of tlie
Mr. Kendrick approved a budget
snlnnltted bjr Charles E. Sehaff, re-
ceiver, covering the work of retiahltt-
tation Hint eximnston drained neces-
sary to put the system III (sunlitIon to
operate with the greatest ecouomy.
Mr. Kendrick, though stating that
previous administrations of the rail-
road ban* failed to remgnlie “coming
changes in tranmmrtatkm inetlnsls,"
said that the w-ork of reliatdltTatlon
now is being curried on thoroughly.
The budget prepared by Reielver
Sehaff and ain»roved by Mr.*Kendrlck.
provides $12.50t).<SK» for trnck re(ilace-
fnetit. drainage, ballast, pnderibni of
n:ivdbed and bridges and $14,000,000
for grade reviskms and extensions.
Savings can be made. It Is stnted. In
damage to freight, personal Injury
elaiins. freight equipment maintenance
and general office consolidations.
The reimrt says that southwestern
railroads have carried competition too
far in fast freight and (mssenger ser-
MAYOR HENRY UNDSEY
BUYS ELEGANT COUNTRY
PLACE NEAR DALLAS
Dallas. Tex., Feb. l«,-^tayor Henry
D. Lindsey has purchased from Mc-
Neny A IfeNeny the two-story, ten-
room dwelling on Beverly Drive, High-
land Park, adjoining the Italian Coun-
try Club, for a consideration of $*)•!,-
The house Is built of hollow tile
and is one of the liest In Highland
Paris. The real estate firm built thei
house to sell and the interior finishing
Is complete in every detail.
It is situated between the homes of
llr. W. E. ClW and Mrs. John B. Here-
ford. two handsome residences.
The mayor <bH*s not Intend to make
the place bis home, he said, as long
as lie is mayor of Dullns.
“Dal lap is my homo and us long as
I inn mayor I will live in Dallas," he
said this morning. "It Is possible I
might, some time in. the future, make
the place my home.”
The property Is outside the city lim-
its and for tills reason the mayor
bought it. with no intentions of mov-
ing Into the house at the present time.
Shrubbery Is being set out and im-
provements iH'ing made to the grounds
surrounding the building.
A LETTER FROM A TEXAS WOMAN
*’ik-t i nwh s yf'-'P
HARNESS AND SADDLES
Repair Work Done
JNO. C. DANNEL
aad FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Hone Drawn aad Automobile
Grayson 124, Soutbwestehn 121
Office: 104 West Lamar St.
MiUer's Antiseptic OU, Known As
TRUSTEE’S SALE IN BANK-
On Thursday, Feb. 22, at One
o'clock I will sell at. imetlou to the
highest bidder at Sherman, Texas,*
the stock of drugs, soda fountain, etc.,
of W. L. Bitting, bankrupt, stock in-
voicing $2.4558.00 and fixtures and
-soda fountain Invoicing $1,859.55,
Notes and accounts invoking $1,458.58
and shares of stisk In various com-
panies amount lug lo $5,280.50. '1 he
various Items will he offered sepa-
rately. All of the above, except the
notes and accounts and shares of
st<sk will then l>o offered jointly.
Tlie sale will be subject to approval
by (lie referee,
'ft4-41 W. R. BRENTS, Trustee
METHODIST WOMEN MAKE
FINE SHOWING AT THE
Gainesville, Tex., Fell. 1(1.—At he
fifth annual meeting of the Women’s
Home .Missionary SiK*lety of the North
Texas conference of tin* Southern
Methodist church, which concluded Ha
sessions here tills morning, $10,000 was
pledged to carry on the work. Tilts
was $2,000 in excess of the minimum
set for tills year. Last year' the
amount set. was $7,500 and every dot
lar of it was paid.
Card of Thanks.
IT wmm WO. TO. READ. THE WADSt'raS^lSiSSrSsso
Will Umber You Up—A New Creation,
Pain Killer and Antiseptic Combined.
For rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago,
stiff and swollen joints, corus. bun-.
ions, or whatever the pain may be, it Is GW)ve K|1(,Ilt Saturday and
«aid to l»e wlthont an tspial. For rats,
i burus. bruises, sore throat, croup, diph-
theria and tonsolitis It lias lieeii found ... , ,
in * >st effective. Accept no substitute. I Meek end with relatives In Sherman.. ^
™ * This great oil Is golden red color ouly^l • -Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rutherford af
- ! Then* is nothing like It. Every tattle Howe Is spending a few” days with
guaranteed, 25 and 50e, or money re-J relatives in this community.....John
Clark visited his brother, Will -Clark
To the Denus-rat:
Whlternek, Fob. 14.—-Edward, the
tWo-year-old son of. Mr. and Mrs. H.
G. Wallace, died Sunday Ht the homo
of its grandmother. Mrs. E. Y. Goode,
ufter a few days’ illness. It was laid
to rest In West Hill cemetery Mon-
day afternoon, the services being con-
ducted by Rev. Everheart of Potts-
bom. Tin* fiimily have the symimthy
of all in their liereavement.....Born,
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank McBeo, Feb.
10th, a daughter.....Etfh. Bascom
Watson of Shiloh siientthe week end1
with relatives in this community....
Misses Eluia Knox of Sherman and
Mayme Smith spent Sunday with
Misses Kathryn and Teresa Kelly...
Miss Marguerite McKeou of Oak
with her grandmother. Mrs. M. Xay-
lof.....Mrs. Bart Taylor spent .the
We wish, to extend our ' sincere
thanks to our ninny friends for tlie
loving deeds nod words of synqiathy
extended to us in the recent Illness
ami death <if our bnhy. May the Lord's
blessing rest on each and all of you.
MRS. E. Y. GOODE AND FAMILY
MIt. AND MRS. H. G. WALLACE,
Keeps out all ike wet
tVa terproofs, TSWEflS
are Marked thus— fisnm&
A.J. TOWll CO. BOSTON
MRS. MAY ARNOLD.
Mrs. Mb) Arnold. residing at 42
W. Plum St. Paris, Texas, is one of
tuany women wlio endorses IM*.
Pierce's Favorite I’reserliitiou. tlie
Wonderful woman's tonic which is
without alcohol aud made of roots and
herbs, and is a safe toidc for any wo-
man to take. She says: “I have used
several kinds of medicines and
found that tlie ’Favorite Prescription'
xvas the only thing that did me any
good. I took it aud am entirely well.
1 think it is a fine medicine. I would
advise friends who are ill bad health
to use* Dr. Pierce’s remedies.”
Mrs. Josie Hoffnmit of South IfMh
St., Corsicana,. Texas, says: “I
hqve been sick Tor four or five years
and tried doctors but could not get
any relief. My Irani doctor said lie
could not do me afiy good unless he
could use a knife and I would not
give up to an operation. My doctor
said I would die If 1 did not bare *
eperiltton, but I Imgan taking
1 Terra's medicines. I can gladly
that they cured me sound and
1 will always recommend ttawe
etnas to weak women My Abctor |
that Dr. Ptarlffii
miracle for me.
Get Favorite Prescription
either 111 liquid Of tablet forth
your druggist If yon want to
yom* ptivstral (wadltioii speedily,
a wonderful prescription
only from nature's route and
with no alcohol to fhlariy
•ml no narcotic to wreck tke -
Ingredients on wrapper. ■0 •"1
Mrs. .Toe Ewetanm of «t5 (W
BeuunuNit. Texas, also aays: '
used Dr. Pierce’# Favorite T
and think It Is flu* medicine,
sick In bed. I only took one t
and I have nut been sick since.
•was over a year ago. I
vita* any lady who la in doth
to use ‘Favorite Prescription*___
know she will at way# psalm M 4$
Pleasant Pellet* for stomach,
and bowels *fc made hp i!<f Hlh I
atu'le aloe, leaves and jalap
well known pellet was made np
ly fifty .vraf* ago. by Dr. Pierce,
can be obtained from almost
ntwKlierary ehai*y hmk Wf Dfk
lleree’s Pleasniit Pellet*.
If not obtainable at your
send 25 rents to Dr. Pierce, Inr*
Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y.. and Im will
ttiem to you.—Advertisement , %
To be sure you get a carriage with
adjustable Springs look for “Siiltocty*
the name on the frame.
Kni&ht-'Pe'deto Furniture Company
“YOUR CREDIT’S GOOD.”
MADE IN SHERMAN.
Kake de Luxe
Snow White — Chocolate —Sun Gold Cake
10 Cents Each '
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
Made at The Vienna Steam Bakery
Men, who shave themsdves, prefer
Safety Razo r Shaving Crmm. k&m+dt
smooth, rich,creamy lather. Allows of a quick-
er and more comfortable shave. 25c the tuba.
WK ARK HEADQUARTERS FOR
ALL MANNER OF SHAVING AND TOILEt REQUISETS.
GLASSCOCK DRUG COMPANY
GUARANTEED IN WRITING SQOO MILES.
In every* industry there is a product that lifts itself,
merit, by an actual service-showing above the rest—a product that
achieves, separate ami supreme distinction. In tires, we hmmsti.v
believe this master-product to he Ajax. A big shipment at AJkk
Casings and Tubes just received.
Roberts Electric CmpatT
Phones 184. ^
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