The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 63, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1937
THE DENISON PRESS
FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT
i R. M. CARTER, JUDGE
New Suit* Filed
I State of Texas vs. Bill Horn,
suit to collect bund.
Thelma Charene Cleghorn vs.
w^.'harles Franklin Cleghorn, di-
! Olffft Burris vs. Marvin II. Bur-
ris, divorce granted, custody of
minor children awarded plaintiff,
un defendant ordered to make
payments into registry of court.
GRAYSON COUNTY COURT
JAKE J. J,OY. JUDGE
(Nellie Crowell, application to
probate will of Rachel Evans, de-
Mary A. Love, application to
probnite will of C. E. D, Love, de-
I (Robert J. Cantrell, application
to probate will of William Can-
S. E. Tuyor et ux to Pearl
Alexander; tract 100 by 200 feet
in Whitewright; $500, Aug. 23,
1 Dayton W. Campbell et ux to
Luther M. Nasmith and Ada May
Nesmith, south hal fot lots 1, 2,
Hind 3, block 84, Miller's second
addition, Denison; $700, Aug. 18,
Lewis H. Christman et al to
Milton Christman, interest in lots
6 and 7, block 15, and 16, block
17, Miller's first addition, Deni-
son; also lot 1, block 18, Munso.n
and Purinton's addition, Denison;
also lot 15„ block 33, Dumas addi-
tion, Denison; $1 and other con-
siderations, July 29, 1937.
Milton Christian et ux to Lew-
is Christman et al, interest in lot
3, block"50, original town plat,
Denison; also lots 28 and 29,
block 13, Steven's a'ddition, Den-
ison; .also lots 9, 10 and 11, block
14, Miller' first addition, Deni-
son; $1 and other considerations,
July 29, 1937.
OH and Gas Assignment
James L. Anderson to Kerlyn
Oil company, 142.6 acres in Hen-
ry Stewart survey; $1 and other
considerations, July 3, 1937.
'Albert T. Jenkins and Leta Lu-
cille Rodrick, hWitewright.
1 Roy McAuso and Mary Kather-
ine Lee. Sherveport, La.
gTHAT LITTLE CAME" Inter-uat'l (Jartooa Co., S.T.— By B. Link
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1 Carl R. Bond and Clara Fay
M. J. Turner, Sherman, Chev-
John MoCullough, Sherman,
! C. F. Leonard, Sherman, Ply-
I Julian B. Steed, Sherman, Ply-
I Joe B. Dickson, Sherman, Ford
1 E. D. English, Sherman, Bulck
I J. C. Allred, Bells, Chevrolet
f Modern airplane power plants
weigh about two pounds for each
HOW WELL DO YOU
By Put Perry
1.—Why did Judy Canova an-
nounce she had broken her en-
gagement with Edgar Bergen, ra-
1 2.—The postition of the United
States government in the war at
China will depend largely on
3.—What is the championship
claimed by Dan Roberts, 10-year -
old 'Chicago high school boy?
4.—When will mourning dovt
season officially open in Gray-
5.—Where will the new football
dressing house to be used by the
Mud Daubers and visiting team.-
be located in Munson field?
6.—What is the language
spoken by more people than any
7.—What is the advantage of
having the motor placed in the
roar of passenger busses?
8.—Oliver Goldsmith is said to
have been the only English writ-
er excelling in what thre branch'
es of literature?
9.—What was the standard
sweetning in Europe before the
intorduction of sugar cane?
' 10.—Where is the higest stone
shaft war memorial in the world?
The answers to above question'
are to be found on the classified
HOW OFTEN CAN YOU
KISS AND MAKE UP?
FEW husbands can understand
why a wife should turu from a
plmaaut companion Into a shrew
for one whole week In every month.
You can say "I'm so>ry" and
itia* and malta up easier txrfora
marriago than after. Be wise. If you
want to hold your husband, you
won't be a three-quarter wife.
For three general Ions one woman
has told another how to go "smil-
ing through" with Lydia K. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. It
helps Nature tone up the system,
thus lessening the discomforts from
the functional disorders which
women must endure in the three
ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre-
paring for motherhood. 3. Ap-
proaching "middle age."
Don't be a thre<M|uarter wife,
take LYDIA E. PINKHAM'U
VEGETABLE COMPOUND ana
Co "Smiling Through."
I It is estimated that Hawaii pay
more taxes into the United States
treasury than 19 of the states.
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Field work in child nutrition is
offered to seniors in household
science at Oklahoma A. and M.
Very often at you grew
older your digeeti ve sys-
tem becomes deficient
and your blood can not
■HtjNHMp I '
ment. You feel listless
and worn out. Try
a single bottle of
famous old Hos-
tetter's. Its stimu-
lating herbs and
roots quickly help in
revitalizing the diges*
tive glands. At drug
Anii The Worst Is Yet To Come
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By Cy Hungerford
"ITS a GREAT LIFE IF YOU DONT WEAKEN"
By Jack Rabbit
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HFe IF YOM
Tnes V<.lN SEND
HIM THE"< \MAMNA
fcuT DeV«-L HAFTa
\Nf\IT TILL HE
£ETS OUTtM THE
bv CharU* McManus
I COT A LOAD
OF COAL FEP?
VOU bE PEOPLE
OUT om the J
I AI NT GOT NO
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Go our on the
mEN LOVE *
You can become peppy
this easy way
If you are happ? and peppy and full of fuo.
mad will tukfc* you place*. If you arr Hvt1y,
they will lovlte you to dances snd psrtlea.
BUT, If you are cross and lifslass and alwsys
tired out, men won't be Interented In >oit.
Men don't like "qulatV girls. Men gt* to
partle* to ecjoy thernkelvea. Tlisr want girls
•long wbo arc full of pep.
LYDIA F. IV KJlAM'S VEGETABLE COM-
POUND helps t-ive you pep and energy. For
over slsty yeui ■ glrlu and women have been
Caking thin (muuui old medicine to pep them
up . • . to help give then# strength, energy,
aparkle. Notice the glrln and wome.i about
you wbo are full of pep. Ask them wbfct makes
Cham penpy. If they are honest, many of
them will give the credit to LYDIA L, PINK-
HAM'S VEGETABLE COMI'OUtfb. You
fbpuld give LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEG-
ETABLECOMPOUND u try. Girls With pap
•i« more Attractive to men. m
The average United States citl-
2«ii last year used 660 pounds of
pig iron, 829 pounds of steel, 6.6
pounds of lead, 0.8 pounds of
copper and 8.88 barrels of oil.
Clean Out Acids
The only way your body can clean aut
Acids and poisonous waste* from youi
blood l thru 9 million tiny, delicate Kid
hey tubes or filtez*, but beware of ehasipb
J rustic, irritating drugs. If functional
Kidney or Bladder diaorder* malts yau
luffer from Getting Up Nlgbts, Nervous-
a< b , Leg i'uins. Backache, Circles Undsr
Byes. Dizziness, Kheumatlc Pain*. Acid-
ity, Burning, Smarting or Itohlng, dofc't
■take chances. Get the Doctor's guaran-
teed prescription called * Cyetex (Slaa-
IV*). Works f.'Rt, safe and sure. In 4t
spurs it must bring new vitality, and la
guuranteed to ft* you up ih one week at
money back on return of empty paokage.
Cyste* costs only yc a. day at druggist®
end th guarantee pntects you ^
C...MUEL GOLDWYN presents
JOHN BOLES • ANNE SHIRLEY
Alan Hale • Barbara O'NeU
Directed by KING VIDOR
What Has Gons Before:
When Stephen Dallas' father,
bankrupt, commits suicide,
Stephen, disappears from his
home. He wanders from job to
job erratically for years, then
suddenly finds a position in a
mill town where he made good.
More confident, he decides to
return to the girl he had left be-
hind, Helen Dane. But Stephen
discovers on the eve of his trip
that she has married. In his new
dejection, he proves easy prey
for the wiles of Stella Martin,
daughter of a milhoorker, who
dreams of bettering himself. He
Is attracted by her beauty and
femininity, anvused by her naiv-
ete and earnestness. Led on by
easy steps, he discovers that he
is In love with her, and that she
returns his ardor.
Stephen courted Stella tenderly, as-
siduously, surprised at times by the
strength of his love for this curi-
ously vital, earthy girl. They eloped
suddenly, one night, and drove
home in the morning to discover
Stella's family tense and grim with
forebodings of what had happened
to their daughter; becoming almost
hysterical when they discovered the
For more than a year they were
ideally happy. Stephen spent almost
every spare hour with his wife. It
gave him a new sense of happi-
ness when he discovered how she
Ing the truth about the person fa<
had married. Finally, he sprang th«
surprise he had been saving foj
"Lieber wants to send me to New
York," he told her. "I want to
And I want to take you with
But you must make an effort-
up a few things — try and
"Adapt myself? Give up * .
things?" she retorted. "What do j _
think I've been doing ever since
met you? I don't see you giving up
The storm raged for a minute
again. Then she hurled her final
ultimatum. "I'm not going to New
York! I'm certainly not gotag to
leave here just when I'm getting
some place with the people I like.
She hurried from the room to
her baby, leaving Stephen pale Mkd
aghast, muttering one phrase over
and over to himself.
"Ofr.fiod, why did I marry bsgt.
• • •
Stephen went away, but he re-
turned on short trips, drawn by
the desire to see his child. Bach
month made the Infant more ador-
able. Stella focused all her love on
Laura, profoundly stirred by an
Impulse she only half understood.
Her brother Charlie had been
paying her frequent visits, in the
hope of getting some of the money
Stephen sent her. This afternoon,
he announced he had brought a big
surprise. The door opened, and
Stella cried out, "Bid! Ed Mm!"
It was her Jovial acquaintance of
that fateful evening.
Nobody's going to toko her away I Nobody t Nobody l'*
responded to his efforts at educat-
ing and changing her. And when
motherhood began to stir in her,
he thought it made her most beau-
tiful, most dignified.
Their first rift developed on thel
night that should have been their]
happiest, the night of her return
from the hospital with their child,
Stella was restless, Impatient with
the weeks of confinement and in-
sistent that Stephen take her dano-
ing at the River Club. She would
meet the people whose acquaintance
Stella's appetite for fun was strl-
,dent. And when Stephen gazed up
Ifrom his table to discover her danc-
ing and laughing, talking animated-
ly with a florid, flaxhy-looking man,
he was not surprised. But when
someone at his table described her
partner as "Ed Munn — he has
something to do with horse-racing
— the girls invite him ovet for
tips," he felt his facc flush.
' A few moments later shs called
him out to the floor to meet her
partner. "And he wants us to come
over to his table wtth Spencer
Chandler," shs breathed, her eyes
glowing with excitement. H
"Sorry, we have to leave," I
Stephen answered wtth a trace ofl
chill In his voloa. She protested!
Uunn blustered, but Stephen was
^P^Te cloakroom. Stella pretend"
I ed to miss something and hurried
baok. When Stephen grew tired of
waiting for her,, h" followed end
I discovered her datfclng with Munn's
She reserved her dltipleasurs un-
til they arrived home. For a few
minutes, Stephen endursd her
tirade silently. He tried to reason
with her. to persuade tier that he
w ntetf her Le ehange for her own
rood Hj was uawUUngty dJwsover-
i gathering soon developed In
y party. Ed had brought
It locket for the Infant, t
garish locket for the infant, tie'
dangled It in front of her, huotf!
it about her neck. Then he ogled
the baby good-humoredly, clumslhr.
"Come on darling, smile for Uncle
Ed," he was crooning for her. The
door opened and Stephen entered.
Stella rose to meet him, tried to
break the silence.
"Stephen, you remember Ed
Munn?" she said anxiously. Both
men acknowledged the greeting*
Ed soon said his goodbyes, hur-
rted out with Charlie and Stella's!
friend, Carrie. When she returned1
to Stephen and the babjr, Stella saw
that he had removed the chain
from the baby's neok, hurled It to.
the floor. He held the child in his
"I can't havs my baby living this
way," he protested. "I haven't want-
ed to take her away from you—"
-Take her away?" Stella echoed
her voice filled with amazement
and terror. "How dare you say
that? Give me my baby!"
Stephetj drew the child sway from
her extended hands. "Give me my
bs byl" she shrieked, animal passion
In her voice. "The ehlld struggled
in his arms, wept for its mothei
Stephen surrendered her. And in
•utu.iy ha was oosnpi«t ly, aoldiyi
alone, as Rtella threw all *he ft....-,
Of her lovs In her talk lo the child ;
"Did he frighten mommy's little
darling." she crooned. "Don't cry I
Nobody's erer going to take you!
away. Nobody 1 Nobody! iNobody!"
On the last word she lifted her
gars to Stephen. He eaw her eyee!
fuU of hatred, cold, defiant.
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