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THE DENISON PRESl
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1045
THE DENISON PRESS
Batablished in 1980
Telephone NO. SOO
Office of Publication 106 W. Main
Issued Gaeh Friday
LrfROY M- ANDERSOIN Editor
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character or reputation of any persons will be
gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the
publishers. The Denison Press assumes no re-
sponsibility for error in advertising insertions
beyend the price <if the advertisement.
Dedicated to clean and responsive government;
to individual and civic integrity; to individual and
emc commercial progress.
AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE
SUPERCEDES ALL
iThat the American way of life show-
ed how it could outstrip all other forms
of government and inventive g-enius was
declared to have been one of the -out-
standing things of this war which Ameri-
cans should never forget, and fight to
maintain, was the declaration of President
Harry Truman in his address to the peo-
ple Thursday night.
He said that planned things for the
life of the people, goosestepping of citi-
zenship and ingenuity under the regime of
anything less than a Democracy such «s
America enjoyed, fell short of the output
which America produced in this war
That, he declared, is one tlung that came
out of the war we should never forget.
And if we do forget it and let some
other form of government sit in the sad-
dle at Washington we will become a dis-
apearing people.
If our ability to protect that liberty
which is vouchsafed us in the American
Constitution was shown in what we have
done in this war by making a mock of
the charges that we were weak and could
not meet the war-trained men of Germany
and our other enemies, then that same
liberty which enabled us to do the . job
must be maintained if we carry on the
traditions. In other words what has
made us greai must keep us thiat way.
That we have a president who. sees
that and has the disposition to say so to
the rest of the world, is encouraging for
business, industry, labor, capital, and all
the other freedoms which underlie our
Inational life-
oo
Only a national policy of moderate
taxation for industry in this country; will
release a full power of production and
development, encourage private capital,
create more jobs and bring unparallelled
progress.
oo
Wouldn't it be nice if all those fel-
lows who managed in some way or an-
other to dodge the citation to don a uni-
form, could now prove they had some-
what to do with producing the atomic
bomb ?
oo
When our fighting boys from all the
fronts get back home, they will know just
who deserves their scorn for not going
along with them, and don't forget that
Boys brought up, together in the same
community pretty well keep tab on each
other and know where to place any cred-
its or discredits.
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The Place to Buy O. K. Used Cars
Telephone 231-
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-206 So. Burnett Ave.
MAKE
ICE.CREAM
At Nome —A. . .iavor —Dcllciou* — Smooth
— No ict crystals —No cooking — No ft-
whipping —No scorched flavor — Ea v —
Inexpensive — 20 recipe* In each 15< pVg.
Please send this od for free full*siie sam-
ple offer, or buy from your grocer.
LOtlDOnDERRU
Brand Homemade Ice Cream
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HISTORIC
DENISON
Augu t 17, 1890
Prof. H. L. Pin«r, of White-
wright, has been elected presi-
dent of the Van Alstyne college.
The management could not haw
made a more judicious selection,
as l'rof. Finer stands at the
head of his profession as an
iducatov.
Hibbard Bros, received a car
load of sugar today which wan
being unloaded in front of their
premises.
The Cuff building, 203 Main
street, is being overhauled to
accommodate the new clothing
stock of Lewis, Rosenberg &
Co., of Houston, who will estab-
lish ihemselves in business next
month.
The firm of Ed Hammond &
Co. are busy with a large" con-
tract of scroll sawing for the
Denison Cotton "Mill.
The Denison Poultry Associa-
tion is arranging to hove a poul-
try exhibit at the Dallas' fair
this fall, and the prospect for
the Gate City walking off with
the cream of the premium list
is exceedingly flattering.
The regular annual picnic at
Cook's Springs will take place
Friday and Saturday next Aug.
22 and 23.
Arthur Star leaves this (Sun.
day) morning for Colorado, to
join his mother who is summer-
ing at ,'Manitou Springs.
Tom 'Cutler, Charley Chap-
man, of the Journal, and Tom
Nelms left Monday for the
| Choctaw, on a little fishing ex-
ploit.
Hiram Brooks, the grocery
man, went up to the Territory
Tuesday with his dog a.nd gun
after chickens.
It is stated that Tom Cashion
loV the Cashion (neighborhood
will be a candidate for justice
of the peace.
A very pleasant party was
given Thursday night by Mr.l
Arhur Star at tho residence of]
his .father, Sam Star, Esq., on
I Grjndy street, complimentary to
(Miss Clara Achenbach on the
eve of her departure for Weep-
ing Willow, Neb., to spend the|
winter.
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1 Time lc j>er word
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SOCIETY PRINTING—Or en-
graving if you wish. Any style
and all dosigns. Quick Service
and priced right. 205 Main
Street, Anderson A Sons Print-
GOL^I) STAMPED printing on
your leather hand bag, puree,
bill fold or book. Call at 205
Main Street, Anderson & Sons
Printery.
MOTOR—Horse and a half
motor, in ^ood condition. Want
S36 for it as is. Press office.
KODA^CK—For sale, a new
Pit-kwick camera, will take 18.00
as "s. Never been used. Press
office.
Visiting in the city Sunday at
the home of their parents, Mr.
and llrs. LeRoy M. Anderson,
«>26 W. Saars were two sons of
the Andersons and their fami-
lies, Thomas E. Anderson, and
wife and son Thomas E., of
Bonham, and ILeRoy M. Ander-
son, Jr., wife and son (Louis
Robert, of Durant.
NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION
INC.
1 Dallas Plant
Needed Immediately A
PRESSJMAN
Who has had experience in set.
ting up and operating an Offset
or Letter Press.
Apply immediately to the United
States Employment Service, Ross
& Akard Stneets Dallas !f not
now employed in essentiafl in-
dustry. Ask to see the repre-
sentative of North • American
Alviation, Inc.
FEET HURT?
Sea factory fitting ex-
pert for Dr. iRtoy fW. Kiel
shoes and 'M. Kiel Shoes
and Ontho-vent wiVh Spen-
cer's steel arch. 617 W.
Gnndy. Phone 771 for
appointment.
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DO IT NOW!
Sea Greyton County
Abstract and Real
Ettate Company for
ABSTRACTS
Kraft Blclg. Phone 883
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Phone 113
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Checking
Account
Is a
Must
It's so good to know that when you are
called on to, pay a bill or meet any obli-
gation for yourself or your children, that
you can draw a check on your bank for
the amount. •
Also the fact that a check is a sure
and accurate receipt that you have met
your obligation
Start a checking account today with
us. Consult any of the officers at your
convenience.
The State National Bank
Member Federal Insurance Corporation
Capital Structure $600,000
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Something New
For Denison
James Shoe
Repair Shop
Located at 2120 W. Wood-
ard street. All modern i
equipment. Use only best i
of material and workman-
ship guaranteed to be the
best. Price* right. Com- j
pare and you will find our j
work and prices what you
have baen looking for
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liie Gas Refrigerator
takes little bargain-
priced Lone Star gas
to run!
LONG LIFE
Has no machinery to wear and need replacing
. CONSTANT COLD
No starting and stopping of cooling cycle
SUENT
No machinery to vibrate and make noisn
* Wartime is proving the value of fhu
basically different refrigerator. Operate
without machinery, there are no moving
parts to wear and need fixing. So in tbej«
days when repair men and replacemer'
parts are hard to get, owners are happy
they chose a gas refrigerator. Let your nexi
refrigerator be a tnuble-free, silent gas
refrigerator. They will be back in the stores
after the war is won. In the meantime-,
keep on buying war bonds.
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