The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1937 Page: 2 of 4
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THE tJENISOM PRESS
FRIDAY, NOV, 12th, 1037
THE DEN1SON PRESS
BataDIUW U 1>M
T«ioption# No. 109
luuW D*llr Bxoapt gundnf
BiiUred as ■aoond Cla Mutter June '.13. 1*34
at tbn post office *1 JJeulaou. Tei UOder the
ct at Mtiroti , X8?t.
The sooner she is sent back the bettor
1 it will be for America.
Dallas has recently closed a horse'
1 show which was declared to be very suc-
i cessful. Another horse show closed down
at Austin a few days back, but it was far
from being successful. There was some
horse swapping done, but that was about
all. However, there was a good deal of
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Dedicated to clean an4 reejjonelve government
to Individual and civic Integrity; to Individual *nn ftoj-ggplay carried on.
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BUHMiurrioN BATita ^ , ^Ve are told that the government is
on! ^uontti ......'''• •'''.• • • *• • •• 310 spending many millions of dollars to find
viu-ee Monibn (in advanoe) w i ouf. j10W m£vny Qf the people are without
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m CM pi.ni.on pr... .... L.. «.... j toss, in spending millions to find out how
many are out of work, when we can do
tidvertlaei a desiring blind addresses,
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saving telephone Hated In their own name and upon
Agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent
will bo added on unpaid private accounts after 10
days from date of first insertion. '
nothing about it after we find it out.
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be will be to answer Republicans, or the V. e
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WINDSTORM AND HAIL,
AND AUTO LOANS SEE
J. V. CONATSER
Plio. 173 115 S. Burnett
> v/Amv r.v yss«;i vAW
31 Following The
£ a • r> «. '% in*—'Shivri
S. Chamber or somebody else who we
closing hour: Copy received, by a. m. win bo j know better when they tell that this coun-
pubiinhed the aame day. j trj, hft9 eleven million idle.
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yond the price of the advertisement
THE DENISON PRESS
INTERESTING BITS ABOUT
^ANCETLLVTION? mutt be received by 10:00 a. an
«n or4or to avoid publication in nurren Issuo.
No Place Here For Sweetie
Refusal of entance by the United
States officials of Mrs. Madga de Fon-
tanges, shooter-lover and spotlight charac-
ter associated with Mussolini, will be ap-
pealed by her attorneys, it is reported.
But most of us will join in the sincere wish \
that she will be permanently restrained j
from appearing ir this country.
Recent elections indicate beyond a
doubt that the people "of ihis country are
against the idea of turning over their city
utilities to municipal ownership. The trend j
of the voter today is to more level-headed-j ■ It was rather amusing at thp| no matter if he is getting a pen-
ness and less extravagance in spending the turn of affairs at the meeting s on> to liH out a blank.
money of the people, and along with it held Tuesday to launch the drive| .~,,lhlu „eav having a serious
is the idea that a community should not go here to take the census of the un- accident at the very spot south' ren wls wfaa WLW WSM
into busilisess in municipally owning its employed in this area. When tho 0f Sherman where two persons WOAI.
public service plants. In numerous cities, chair called on Postmaster F. B.' met their death when their car, 8:30 NBC—Tommy
0 p. m. CBS—Book Shelf, KR
LD KWKH WACO KGKO. Sports
and news WFXA.
6:30 CBS—Dinner concert,
KTRH KOMA WACO KTRH KTS
A KGKO WBT KNOW. Football
review, KRLD. Senora Domin-
7 NBC—Lucille Manenrs, W
MAQ WDAF WHO WOAI WFAA
KPRC KOA WKY KVOO. CBS
—Music hall,'KRLD KOMA KTS
A KTRH KNOW KMOX. ,
7:30 CBS—Alice "Faye, KRLD
KOMA K*rSA KTRH KMOX WH
AS WBBM KNOW.
8 CBS—Hollywood Hotel, K
RLD KOMA KTSA KTRH KMOX
WHA WBBM. NBC—'-Variety, W
£ SEWING OF ALL KINDS jjj
Custom made finishes such *•
-Shirring—Bound but- H
Jk ton holes and Loops. Mrs. %
W E. A. MeC.lurc, SJ
!♦ Pho. 1835 510 Gandy |j
C K EN
610 W. Main
SURE I r* *N
Or. J. D. CARROLL
Ey« Ear Nose and ThroSt
Clinio 4920 Ross Ave. Dallas, Tea.
W. F. WEAVER
PLUMBING 8ATISf ACTION
624 W. Main Phone 27tf
HEARTBURN, ACID STOMACH,
GAS ON STOMACH T
Have you tried
ALKA - SELTZER?
including Redwood City, Calif., Reading, Hughes to explain the matter, j skidded on black mud brought orchestra, WFAA WSM WREN W
. , .w * i iimnnserl that gentleman made a few; on the highway by ears coming KY WF.NR KPRC; Court of Hu-
I enn&> vani. < / ■ et:itement« in which he said sever- j off the black roads. My cat-1 man Relations, WHO WDAF WM
steps were turned down in t. oc ions e f ^ tjmes reports "must" he in turned around four times like a AQ. -
within the past few days. i |)y a certain date and followed, merry-gor-'round mnd I could do] 9 NBC—First Nighter, WM
(10 , 1 with introducing his "most efficl- j nothing about it," declared Geo. AQ WDAV WHO WOAI WFAA K
We suppose when the census on the «nt and able assistant postmast-1 Hagans, Wednesday afternoon j PRC WLW WSM KOA. CBS~
, , . .. . i.„, j. er." That gentleman arose and when he read the account of- the' Kitty Carlisle, KRLD KOMA KT
number of unemployed in this country is ^ ^ dMiomry of thp postnf.i duath of ml, nnd m„. t;. a. sa ktrh wmox whas wbb
iinished as planned for this month, trie, ^,.ce no sucjt wor(j ag Glasscock <at that same point when, M KSL.
quetion of how many idle we have will be as use(j bjr Hughes and said ' their car crashed because of the! 0:30 NBC—Jimmy Fidler, W
settled. Still there will be some of the that the matter was only volun- black earth. Mr. Hagans said LW WMAQ WDAF KOA KVOO
She is here to capitalize on her illicit: groups to disagree with the facts. As the . tarily on their part. He. then ad-! that had another car met his at i KFI. George Jessel, WFAA.
relation with the dictator and the subse-;best the census will not be accurate nor ^d that was all he knew about, that point It would have been; JO NBC-Amos'r, Andy WD
1,1 c V ... , the matter and sat down. The impossible to ijiave avoided an AV WMAQ WOAI WFAA KPRC
quent shooting ot Count Charles de Chain-1 satisfactory, but we suppose something nieetin„ nr1journe(1 without full accident. As it was, there was KVOO KOA WSM. CBS—Poet-
brur, whom she claims interferred withj niust be done about it in order to get th*^ knowledge of just who should be no car in sight. Mr. Hagans said I ic melodies, KRLD KOMA WHAS
the sweetie relations she had with the die-' administration right with the rest of tho eligible to fill out cards that they j he was making about forty miles! WBBM KTRH KNOW KWKH
tator. Out of that escapade, she now world. The labor group say one thing were unemployed. So the best when his machine struck the mu,I! 10:30 NBC—Eddie Varzo;i'
would come to America to visit and he dis-.) about, the number idle, the administration thing to do seems for every fel-j on the pavement. He expressed orchestra, WREN WBAP. CBS
Alka-Seltzer makes a sparkling
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Dorsey's an analgesic, (sodium acetyl-sali-
cylate) It first relieves the pain of
every-day ailments, then by restor-
ing the alkaline balance, removes
tne cause when due to hyperacidity
of the stomach.
GeC Alka-Seltzer at your drug store.
Ijnge Package 60c. Pocket Size 30c.
FIIMCB A I niDPOTAOO
4! Phone 113 •)
606 W. Main at.
C. B. RANDELL
J. H. RANDELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
" Denison, Texas
to have your fhoes repaired cor-
rectly... We sew ladies shoes of
all makes, but cement or nail for a 3
little less money.
1 M M S
419 W. Main
low who is not working at some, himself as being deeply thankful
I says another, the Republicans say a diffet ; at,s-u)o from a government or , that, he was not involved in an
America has no place for such char-j ent thing, and the National Chamber ol^ reljef worJ. of BOme form or other, accident.
actors and such displays of looseness. Shej Commerce has a report on the number of ipn rrvtTAniP TUni ir'UTC
is a bad character and can not but have a unemployed diferent from all the rest. It, Ol HbK lUHUK O 1 HUUvJii Id
baneful affect wherever she goes. looks like a political background. |
News Quiz Column
' 1.—A professional parade unit
of the Gainesville community cir-
3.—Unemployment and partial
ly unemployed studies.
5.—Ramsey McDonald, 71.
fi.—He has been appointed
chairman of the board of advisors,
Castle Heights Military Academy,
1 The problem of balancing the
national budget is becoming a mat-
7,—An average of 15.
8.—"Peace on Earth."
■November 11 to Thanksgiv- j ter for serious consideration in
j0.—'A small wild goose exist-
ing along the eastern coast of
North America and in many
j administraton circles for more
than one reason. Honest recognl-
But the time for -the danger
from political repercussion has ar-
rived. The $30,000,000,000 (bil-
lions) national debt is eating a
billion-dollar hole in the national
tion of the fact that five years i budget annually to pay interest
| Business and Professional
Directory of Denison
Drauglion's Practical Business College
J. W. Adamson, Proprietor
One month's salary pays for ontire course
of deficit financing is not a good
business record is one reason.
Practical recognition of the Pact
that an unbalanced budget will as-
sume vital politcial significance
by 1939 is another. Judging from
past policies the latter will be a
more effective cause than in tVe
former in the direction of budget
Up to the present time politi-
cal pressure has been on the side
MORRISON'S BARBER SHOP
Where you get first elass
Sanitary Barber Seryice
Two Barbers to Serve You
ODA STEWART H. M. MORRISON
605 W. MAIN
Damp Wash 16 pounds 49*
Quiltp 6 for - 10*'
Laundry Work At Sensible Prices
Phone 388 619 Shepherd
U | of deficit financing and piling up
charges alone without providing
the beginning of a retirement
fund. Taxes on corporations and
the higher brackets of individual
income have been pressed to the
point of diminishing returns, ac
cording to the views of some
outstanding new deal experts
themselves. The next big levy
must be against the middle brack-
ets—even though extension of
taxes into the lower brackets. On
DR. B. R. BUSBY
Complete Optic*! Seryicj
314 H W. Main St.
629 W. Main
Would You Like to Sell
. .. any of your used clothing, shoes, gunj,
jewelry, luggage or musical instruments;
If ao, call
. . . and we'll be right out to offer you top
J. C. REECE
See U. Before You Buy or Sell
206 W. Main
SPECIAL FINANCING OFFER
On Bird Roofing
Have your roof fixed with Bird Roofing
yonr house painted and repaired and have
it all Included' In one" bill with payments
spread over a 6 month to 3 year period
See u« for details.
DENISON SASH and DOOR CO.
422 W. WOODARD
top of it all, business recession
national debts. That part of: threatens seriously to reduce tax-
the burden that has not been cast! es from the upper and corporate
upon "manana" through accumu-j brackets. The ship of Democ-
tlon of a national debt has been ( racy will be sailing in troubled
placed on the shoulders of the waters, for reasons of national
higher brackets of taxpayefs. J fiscal policies alone, during the
Congressmen have distributed^ next presidential campaign unless
favors nerer b'efore equaled in j something is clone to redeem the
the history of democracy, and often repeated promise of a l"1'"
with little fear of political! anced budget.—Dallas News.
—Happy Pelton's orchestra, KRL
D WBT KNOW KWKH KTSA K
11 CBS—Guy Lombardo's or-
chestra. KKO WBT WACO KTUL
WWL KOMA KWKH KJUH KTS K
A KNOW WBBM. NBC—Teddy |
Hill's orchestra, WHO WDAF KV $
OO WOAI WKY KPRC. orch-11
ostra, KRLD. .Organland, WBAP •!
Make Your Selections NOW!
Avoid la t minute rush! Get your
choice of the stock! And, by nsing
our convenient Lay-Away plan, have
your gifts pail for by Christmas/
We hftve a complete stock of gift
items for every member of the fami-
The Leading Jeweler*
Adolph Johnton J. G. Puekett
• ARE YOU ONLY A •
MEN. because they are men,can
never underntand a tliroo-
quarter wife—a wife who is all lovo
and kindnem three weeks In a
month and a hell cat tbe rent of
No matter how your hack aches
—how your nerves scream—don't
take It out on your husband.
For three general ions oue woman
has told another how to go "smil-
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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 three-quarter wife.
take LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
VEGETABLE COMPOUND and
Uo "Hintling Through,"
8 WEBSTER Says
We mean when We
PHO. 212 LYLE HOPKINS 421 W. MAIN
• Chinese architecture is princi-
pally of wood construction.
Herb gardens are coming bac\
There is actually such a thingr
impossible to have avoided an
as a bookworm.
The first recorded Chinese im- |
migrants to th United States;
arrived in 1864 in San Francisco.,
The term "to Bowdlerize," j
meaning to censor or cut out,
comes from a squeamish editor ]
named Bowdler who flourished in !
the early 19th century. j
For EXPERT RiADIO SERVICE at Lowest
Prices. All repairs guaranteed 90 Dayv
DENISON RADIO SERVICE
411 W. Main
IT PAYS TO SHOP AT
And Receive the Benefits of 'Customer's Pay Day'
TUCKER'S OR JEWEL
Better Radio Repairing
KCA Tubes Motorola radios
REP AIR SERVICE
8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
DR. P. L. CHASTAIN
418 W. Main * Denison
Western Auto Associate Store
Radio and Bicycle Service
Good Penn. Oil Davis DeLuxe Tires
KRFK Crankca«e and Tire Service
501 W. Main
Remember, please—when you take a Smith Brothers Cough Drop
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Smith Bros.Cough Drops are the only drops containing VITAMIN A
This is the vitamin that raises the resistance of the mucous
membranes of the nose and throat to cold and cough infections.
3 '< 20C
GRAPE FRUIT 8 25
American Cheese 29
these are only \ few of our man it special bargains.
many more on our well-stocked shelves.
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 123, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1937, newspaper, November 12, 1937; Denison, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth327750/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.