The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 165, Ed. 1 Monday, January 16, 1939 Page: 2 of 4
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MONDAY, JAN. Kith, 10JO
THE DENISON PRESS
THE DENISON PRESS
Mayor Clarence Scott, in a conversation
with the editor of the Press recently indi-
cated his desire and willingness to give
every possible aid to Denison’s rural
friends in helping them to get the best
market price for their products.
“I will do everything in my power to
see that they get the top prices for all
their products and will appreciate their
cooperation in letting me give such aid.
If they are not getting the best price, I
will count it a favor if they will see me
personally and I will get action to show
them we will not let them down
with lower prices than some other com-
munity or market.”
The mayor’s position has been all
along that Denison should make it possible
for the farmers to brin their produce and
stock to Denison. He wants our invitations
to not be lopsided—that is, asking our
farmer friends to come come here to buy
only. He wants to give them the best
market for their goods at all times.
The spirit of the mayor is also the
spirit of most of the merchants here. Deni-
son wants to have its streets lined with our
farmer friends and their children. Its cos-
mopolitan spirit is such that they can’t
help but like us once they get started here.
The Press is going to many hundreds
of our farmer friends—all of them sub-
scribers of the paper and more than 95
per cent of them have paid up for one :
This paper is glad to carry the mes-
sage of Denison’s welcome to them and to
keep them informed as to what the local
markets are. Our schools and churches
will welcome them when they come here :
i to live, as some of them will.
The Denison Press is glad to join with
the mayor in selling Denison to our friends
on the farms and ranches and invite them j
; here often.
GETTING A BIT FED UP
| Cecil I. Brooks 1
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the entire family.
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:j DR. J. B. WHITE •:
« Announces removal of his 12
g office to 211 Security Bldg. £
*¥ Res. Phone 1620
Denison’s Mayor and His
interest in Farmers
as typical of the interest Denison has
in the farmers in this general trading area,
older person, and warns George]
Raft about business dealings with j
a bad-tempered, dark-haired man. I
OTHER EDITOR’S THOUGHTS •
be fear that he is anti-liberal and plj
out of step with the needs of the 4 ,
country. What was known as a By ALEXANDER
Student Committee for the Con- 9
tinuation of Rooseveltian Reform HOLLYWOOD (U
was organized on the campus re- wood stars lend an ear--------
cently, the release says, and stu- to advice and predictions concern- 1939-
dent “observers” feel that the re- >ng their Phonal and business , , _
suits of the poll are an endorse- career miuk' b-v those said to ba E f*e‘ °^.lots '
ment of the stand taken bv this frifted witb lntu,tivc powers. * and 3- ’r' ck 16> 0alt V*ew nd_ ♦,
The usual type of "fortune dition to Denison, $10, Jan. 10. %
committee teller” i. passed up by the sta-a, 1939. ; !<
It might be interesting to have but thc actors and actrcsses do E. N- Mulkcy et ux to Mattie'S
a po.l of the same students to listen to people they believe have Gough, lot 9, E. N. Muikey’s •*
learn what details each could give “hunches” about the future. sub division of block 2, R. F. *•
of "the constructive effort to rid Sandra Sanderson is in this Shannon’s addition to Sherman, •*
the Nation of economic mala- class. She has lived in Hollywood $db9> May 20, 1937. j‘»
justments, producing unemploy- for many years and ihas a gen- _ Marsb#l, trustee, and %
ment, insecurity and want,” and uine interest in picture people Frank Gough to Ray Men .•
of the words of John Garner as and the movie business. Every dfn,-,lot 9. E- Mulkey’s sui>. \
„ , , . year she makes a series of pre- .“'vision of block, 2. R. E. Shao-l*J
. e«nkCSth^ f ,r uh0SC -for::‘ 7' d'ctions in December and keeps a ron’s addit'nr> to Sherman, S'00 \
"’I1 * %'01 a^ains e check on them to see how they dan- l"9, \
terests yf the majority of the v,ork out _ P. P. Mathews et ux to J. H. *.•
Among events she claims to k>raves et ux, 75 acres in the town •*
have recorded on her calendar Bells, in the James Ox\vord
last December include Jack’e survey, $675, Dec. 14, 1038.
Congan’s court troubles, Ruth ^ p- Smith et ux to O. L. 'Me-1
Ftting’s second marriage, a note Morris et ux, lot 13, hoick <1,
that Andy Devine would be the 'Stewart’s addition to Denison,1*
father of another baby (she ad- $600. Dec. 16, 1938.
mits being a little wrong on that Mrs. Sarah A. Green to IT. P. I
one—the baby is expected in Jan- ^teger, lot 16, block 20, original 8
uary). | town plat of Denison, $1 nndil
Her general predictions for the °*ber considerations, Dec. 22, ' ■
film industry in 1939 say that
there will be an improvement in
box-office returns from the mid- Mineral Deed
d’e of January until the end of Eau' P*01-06 to Edna Pierce. 1
April. She says that two indenend- one-fourth interest in 39.86 acres !
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KAHN ^ Mrs. Mae Sadler Wibie to J. I.
W 1 Young et ux south 50 feet of lot
P)—Holly- L and all of lot 2, block 10 and
these days °bber considerations, Jan. 10,
‘Mrs. Effie Lord to Mrs. Janie
114 South Austin
1 he Place to Buy O. K. Used Car* Che»p
[TOO MUCH 1 fra AT'
I TO BAT - NO TIME
■206 S. Burnett Ave.
INTERESTING BITS ABOUT
He felt a difTrtnt mu next day, '<
■ellered tke Alka-Seltzer way.
Why don’t you take Alka-f
Seltzer for Gas on Stomach,
Headache, Sour Stomach, Colda,
Fatigue, Muscular, Riieumatic
'or Sciatic Pains?
Alka-Seltzer makes a sparkling
alkaline drink. As it contains an
analgesic (Acetyl - Salicylate),
i>t first relieves the pain of
■everyday ailments, then by help-
ting to restore the alkaline bal-
[ance, tends to remove the causa
when due to excess add.
v'v’’ .M r At nn Aar
Monty, how do you know
the lighthouse keeper still loves
his wayward son?
16 lb. Damp Wash ............... 4
Shirts finished with your
bllndle ........................ 10c eai
Look, Mr. Merlin,
he still puts
in the window.
Delicious home killed meats,
fresh vegetables and staple
212 W. WOODARD
We Fix ’em
1 but tell her that she will not get
’married in 1939. She tells Made-
line Carroll about two unexpected
journeys and warns her not to
let a relative establish permanent
' residence with her.
Sandra tells Ellen Drew that
she will become a great screen
I favorite, but warns her to avoid
| an accident which may happen
j She tells Dorohty Lamour not
j to worry about the health of an
We are equipped with the
only machine in North Tex-
as for sewing ladies' McKay
Ladies’ half soles sewed,
cemeted or nailed.
419 W. Main
16 Lb. Minimum
Per additional lb.
I Old MATTRESSES
I Made New
J One Day Service Reasonable Prices
Fulce Mattress Factory £
419 N. Houston j*
Clothes washed and
dried, flat work ironed,
With any service adver-
tised here for only 10c
Quilt* and Blanketa
Washed, 5 for *1.00. All
wool comforts and blanketa
Clothes washed, starched
and dried; flat work iron-
ed. Per lb.................. 6c
Wearing clothes washed,
dried, starched and iron-
ed, lb. 18c. Flatwork
weighed separately and
finished, lb. 5c.
Cheek Below And See If You nave
, Any Of The Signs
Qolnrint n«rvw can make you oM and
bMiard lookinx, cranky and herd to live
wtth~c»n keep you awake night* and rob
you of good health, good rime* and jobs.
Don’t let yourself like that. Start
taking • good, reliable tonic—one rondo uspo
* •' Aj'd eovH tw *««-
Uiitig whose benefita have been better proved
than world ffcinotifl Lydia Fiokham’s
■IjKj the wholtaome herbe and root* of
Finkbaro’s Compound help Nature calm
j'our shrieking nervr*, tone up your system,
dlstraki from female func-
Malre a note NOW to get a bottle of this
Wukhara'a Compound TODAY
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including doors, windows, frames, interior trim. We specialize
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92-16 Vi, WOODARD St
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 165, Ed. 1 Monday, January 16, 1939, newspaper, January 16, 1939; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth526596/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.