The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 16, Ed. 1 Monday, July 13, 1942 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DENISON PRESS
MONDAY, JULY 13, 1942
THE DENISON PRESS
Established In 1988
Telephone Ne. 800
Office of Publication 607 W. Main
Ingued Daily Except Sunday
LaROY M. ANDERSON _________
LeflOY M. ANDERSON, Jr.....
this week, which penalty was drawn by
one who refused in every wav to cooper-
aie with his country’s effort to defend it-
self from the aggressor.
The fanatical claim of his kind that
have n “contrncl” with God not to defend
the flap: of their country, and then hope to
take such liberty under the very flap
which provides lor lus liberty ir. religion?
National advertising representative Inland News- 'vorship, withou, raising a finger to See
paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, (Shi- that the source of such freedom is main
®*®°* Bl- t'lined, is farsical and such persons to bo
given severe sentences,
A man who thus reasons is very shal-
low indeed and manifests an ignorance
and utter lack of ability to reason soundly1
that he needs to be placed where he is
safe from harming himself and others
The Judge rightly stated in sen-
tencing the prisoner ar.d rebeller that “ir
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having telephone listed in their own name and up- .... , ' ..
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for office subject to the Grayson
county primary election, July 25,
REPRESENTATIVE, Place 1
LEROY ;M. ANDERSON
R. W. Pinkston
Natie-.al Life end Accident
Ordinary :;nd Indusflal Insurance
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ASA M- PEARSON
326ii W. Mein Pbo. 204
DO IT NOW! |
See Grayson County
Abstract and Real
Estate Company for
Kraft Bldg. Phone 883
ft COUNTY JUDGEt
JAKE J. LOY
considerably in the
limelight in the first world war ar.d many
of (heir leader- were jailed for like ac-
tons and for pro-German activities, and
most of their literature decidedly un-Ani-
I'Wicnn if not indeed absolutely anti •
Any erroneous statement reflecting upon the
character or reputation of any persom will be ,
gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the
publishers. The Denison Press assumes no rearm- 'American. The movement can do no b?t-
ribfllty for error in advertising insertions beyond
the price of the advertisement.
iWhat To Do With Men Of
Such “Religious” Faith
ter bv itself than to clear.se the body of
such lacking in patriotism. However, if it
is root and branch akin to the philosophy
expressed by the Dellas prisoner ar.d those
indicted and jailed back in the first
Most peop.o in America will accept world war. then the whole movement
as just sentence the penatlv of four years ' should be treated as another bur.d move-
unpriionment assessed a member of Je J ment by a different name and action in
hovah’s Witr.es, sect as handed down by hre with the needs of the hour be ad
federal Judge T. W. Davidson at Dallas I ministered.
ARE THINKING i Srmmarv „of
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC LICHTS
Major Gen. Richard Donovan’s
request for the elimination of
25 per cent of the li'chwn\ traf.
fie lights in the Eighth Corps
Day by Dav
YOUR ^AR— !‘) H-jmm
Defeat of the Axi, i. Sure. . If
Our swelling volume of war
Area goes counter to the safety j production is to the current Axis
movement that, after long effort. ; Iruimphs as is a deep, strong
has these lights insalled to save j !l(i* to a npple of surface cur-
property and live-. While, in a j rents. The . surface currents,
few exceptional instances, exist- , just now, favor the Axis, hut the
ing traffic lights might he , ret of the tide is against them:
eliminated without greatly in- | the tide that runs against our
creasing highway hazards, most | enemies is a flooding tide of
of the lights have been placed , ships and planes and tanks and
were fatal aecidents have occur. I guns and in that tide one
red and seemed likely to take | fortunte dav—they will idrown.
place again without such a pro- j Defeat of the Axis is =ure
ventive step. I with hut one qualification. Our
Undoubtedly it. is irritating to I manpower and our production
Army officials to have their 1 will supply the weapons with
trucks and other vehicles slowed j which our troops and the troop ,
down by stop lights, but these of our allies will beat our ene-
are delayed by the light? no more ! mies. will supply the ships in
were 4<i per cent greater than
such shipments in February and
(2! plants engaged in the War
I’roductioo Drive continue to
smash ail previous records—one
of these the Worcester, Mass.,
plant of the American Wire and
Steel Co, reports that .30 all-
been broken since organization of
time production records have
it-- joint labor-management com-
now finding groat favor
t among women...
Many doctors recommend regular use
of douche) as a precautionary meas-
ure for women who want to be clean,
dainty-for women troubled by offend-
ing odor or discharge.
Some products may be harmful to
delicate tissues. But. not Lydia E.
Plnkham's Sanative Wash! Plnkham's
Sanative Wush ls,galning great favor
because It's NOT a harmful germicide
Instead-it's a mighty effective "bac-
teriostatic" (the modern trend). It not
only discourages bacterial growth and
infection but thoroughly cleanses, deo-
dorizes. Very soothing-relleves minor
irritations and discharge and has a
tonic effect on delicate membranes.
Inexpensive! All druggists
G. P. (Prentice) GAFF0RD
FRED (Hank) MOOTY
J. BENTON DAVIS
FOR DISTRICT CLERK:
S. V. EARNEST
For purcase of
M. K. JONES
FOR COUNTY COM. PRBC. 2t
S. B. (Bon) VAUGHAN
J. H. (JIM) WAGGONER
| We write in Old Line companies
that pay all losses promptly
Residence Phone 22
Lacej’s Ins. Agency
I (OMETIMEJ AM A SINNER.
BUT ALI(A*fELTZ£ft HELPJ IF I
HEEL BAD EFFECTS FROM DINNER.
For our patriotic American,
Get yours now and float
DAY PHOINE 824
NIGHT PHONE 1404-J
Bl LL - I CAN'T
WORK - IT'S MY
than civilian vehicles. A per-
son killed by an Army truck or
jeep is just as de:i,d and ju-t as
useless as if he wrre hit by a ci-
vilian vehicle. If and when this
country is invaded, our Army ve
hides in the fighting area will
ignore traffic lights Meanwhile,
however, there seems no valid
reason why they should rtt ob-
serve safety regulations.
Crtainly, the corps area com-
mender’s request should have
full and careful consideration
State and local highway of-
ficials want to do all they can to
strengthen the nation’s effort
Rut this effort is not likely
strengthened by any relaxation
of safety measures that cause,-
highway wrecks with con-equent
TO ROUSE FLOW
Get a bottle of Kruechen Balu tonl*M.
Half an hour before breakfaet. take »■ much
a, will He on a dime In a slats of water (Hot
or cold) or In yuur morning cup of tea or
Coffee and keep this up for 30 days. Kruechen
taken title way helps relieve such eymptoma
as sick headaches, bowel sluggishness and
so-called bilious Indigestion when due te la-
sufHclent flow of bile from the gall-bladder.
You can get Kruechen, a famous English
formula made In the U S. A., at any drug
store. You must he satisfied or money bank.
Each “One-A-Day” brand
Vitamin A and D Tablet ii
equivalent in Vitamin A and
potency to one and one-hall |
teaspoonfuls of Cod Liver Oil
meeting minimum United
Statei Pharmacopeial Stan-
A sufficient supply of thesf
two important vitamins is ai
necessary for you as it is foj
YOU CAN INSURE ade-
quate intake for you and youi
| family by seeing to it that each
' member takes a “One-A-Day*
I Tablet every day. 9
11A TABLET A DAY IS ALL YOU TAKE
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Excess acids, poisons and wastts In your
ived chiefly by your kidneys,
hts. Burning Passages. Back-
ache, Swollen Ankles. Nervousness. Rheu-
blood are removed •
Getting up Nights, I
ache, Swollen Ankles, mi ivugucH, *»..»»-
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lg —. -
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helping the Kidneys flush out excess
ily make you feel
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day or so, may eas-
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h pacKage of Cyntex ln-
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unless you are completely satisfied. You have
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this positive money back guarantee so get
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A GOOD appetite; a hearty din-
jf\^ ner; food that we like but
that doesn't like us—of course
we should "let good digestion
govern appetite” but do we?
Most of us don't and as a result,
we occasionally suffer from Acid
Indigestion. Heartburn, Sour Stom-
ach. or Gas in Stomach. When
that happens to you
B» Wu* - -
Try Alka-Seltzqr too. for Head-
ache. Muscular Ivtlgiy*, “Morning
After” and Muscular Pains.
Alka-Seltzer contains an anal-
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ready to go to work as soon as
you swallow it.
Alka-Seltzer also contains alka-
line buffer salts which make the
action of its analgesic more posi-
tive because they protect it and
speed up its action.
• j >.
Get Alka-Seltzer at your r
drug store in handy packages
for home use
by the glass.
cures an Immediate
Be 1VU a - T ry
rYOU EVER HAD
A DAY when you felt tense,
A NIGHT when you were
wakeful and restless?
Over-taxed nerves are likely to
cause loss of friends, loss of sleep,
Joss of pleasure, time missed from
work,' family quarrels, physical
stnd mental suffering.
The next time you feel nervous,
Iry the soothing effSfx of one c*
two Dr. Miles Effervescent Ner.
vine Tablets. ,-
Try Dr. Miles Effervescent Ner-
vine Tablets for Sleeplessness due
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bility, Nervous Headache, Excit-
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Caution: Read Direction* Oa Paefc.
ago and Dm Duly A* Directed
which these weapons ale carried
to the fighting fronts, if—nil
here’s where all tf us come in
—our transportation system re-
mains equal to i he burden an I
the flow of materials to ou'
factories does not slacken
Siginificant Factors In
The President's announcement
that we “are well on our way
toward achieving the rate of
production which will bring us to
our goals" was followed prompt-
ly by word of two significant
facts: (1) war shipments by the
automotive industry in April
loss of lives and property.—Dal-
las News * • *
13 to 25 Who Suffer
And Need To Build
Up Red Blood!
If pain and distress
make you feel weak, dragged out,
pale, cranky, nervous at such times
-try Lydia Plnkham's Compound
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Pinkham's Tablets not only re-
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ache, backache), but also help
soothe nervousness due to such
cause. Wonderful to help build up
red blood and thus aid In promot-
ing more strength. Hundreds of
thousands of woman remarkably
.helped! Follow label dlreatlons.
He Stands for
F R E E D O M
W artime Railroading in Canada ... Ry Thurstun Topham
Tkc tc&r h&a ciVAtcd a tremendous demand for uritten record ujinmuni-
cation,The Canadian telegraph companies,bu irtcre,\sinq their facilities,
ruxoe kept pace uji)u this oital phase of (aitadas (Fur effort
Canadian Naitonal "telegraphs and Wcdern. Union.
Illlil--------- have established & u>ar time coniirumicaltoit sysfem.
hi) means of which command
. hcadguai tera can keep in cos'lanf
/ J s\ Vi jAtoudi with ferry pilots
E ' vn,f-r r-r'^i / ' >C
*■'—Tha increase in channel mileAqe
of the Canadian Nai onal Telcqraphs
or me Canadian Halonal TelcqrapHs r VJh*? t
since the stai t of Ihe io,\r u)ould /< S' ^
circle the qlobc 3 k times. '
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li *-C liAr II , " ;•( X/I I . c NTeleqinphsareopwatinq
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V ^ 7—'' ™ ' mentstliroughi'uf Gmada
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, „ *• k (5ji) of a’ar meabayeo.
War brought the hessfiigerdIcs.'A /
mCM pre replacing ueunq 'Ms The magic of loired toirdcsvthe > crier sg-fnm
who hsee enlisted. introduced try jlte&,nadi,\n NallonrI "leleoraphi,in
j sS' iWi enables the simultaneous exchange o( 96 mcssMiej
through radio frequency channels guided •») unepairof wires
11 ; ;
^ United States ☆
Q A T
rv I N c s
BON !)S and
S T A M P S
Every time you see the Minute .’«mu
—emblem of America arming lor
defense—think how good it is to
live in the land where there stiil is
liberty to defend.
Think, too, how YOU can help.
Let the Minute Man remind you to do your
Save and buy Defense Saving) Bonds.
They will help protect your homes and your
They will help make the future secure.
This Message Is Published by Us in the Interest oj National Uejmtm
The Denison Press
Publisher Denison Frees
Place 1 Dist. 44
SOiME OF THE THINGS HE
1. Full and unreserved backing
of the national war program by
the state of Texas. If we don't
win this war nothing is left for
any of us.
2. Operating the State’s affairs
on a conservative basis consistent
with meeting the elementary
needs of government.
3. Preservation of the State's
natural resources for Texas pri-
marily and permitting others the
privilege of purchasing only fhat
which is not needed for home use.
4. Repeal of such laws, or the
I passing of any legislation that
| will either inhibit the free use
1 and enjoyment of, or encourage
i the development of our homas,
our schools, our vocations, our
state or the church, which five
institutions form the agencies
through which the human soul de-
J 5.. The right of every child to
he born well, given the fullest op-
portunity for education, vocation-
al and social privileges.
| 6. The protection of the home
through the continuation of the
' homestead laws of this state.
| 7. The granting of old age as-
1 sistance to the fullest passible
j level by first remeving the “ceil-
I ing" now on the fund, and second
I by taking the politic! from the ad-
| ministration of the service to the
[ aged, and remove the huiniliaton
I from the receiver of old age as-
8. Continuation of tha present
per capita apportionment for our
i public schools, together with th#
addition of such increase as may
be found necessary to pay the
claims of the school districts of
9. The rights and privileges of
organized labor as they are con-
sidered standardized by sane labor
leaders, and the absolute elimina-
tion of the labor racketeer.
10. No state money to be used
for promoting factories in our
Hcnitentiary where trades shall
be taught and their products sold
in the open market to compete
with free labor.
These are times when we face
taking care of the front at home
as well as that of winning a war
at a foreign front. If elected I
shall work with the same degree
of earnestness and consclencious-
ne3j that has characterized me in
my business life as publisher of
the Press. I shall fight for those
same things for which the paper
has become known in the thirteen
years of its history.
I shall de my best to keep the
present sources of tax incomr in-
tact as they are applied to our
natural resources since to lose
them may mean a severe hardship
on the institutions named in para-
graph four (4).
These are not the times to in-
crease the burdens of the people,
but a time to make them lighter
if possible. I shall do my duty as
a real representative, and do
YOUR bidding rather than serve
my own interest. I shall indeed
try and eerve the people and come
back to them with a conscience
void of offence toward God and
VOTE JULY 25th FOR
Place 1, Dist. 44
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