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ATI otim amM live togtfh.__
aot be helpinf the iltu*tion eny if we lose
°ur friewtahlpe about a thin* so far away
M Waahinfton.
Thu we .want our democracy pre-
served aa we see it, but there is so much
about this thin* that the average man
does not understand, that he is liable to
get into heated and bitter differences if
he continues to talk it and argue it.
Already claims are being made by ar-
guers that are not made by the president
or his opponents. Many accompany their
arguments with dire threats as to what
will happen if we do not fall in with the
president all the way through. Others are
saying that a man is not a loyal Democrat
if he does not stand with the president.
Some say we are not going to have the re-
turn of prosperous days, or that we shall
not secure the dam, or that we will have
WPA work cut off if he is not given his
way in the matter.
Even his hardest opponent who fights
intelligently and knows the president,
would say that Mr. Roosevelt will not turn
to reprisals. That would, above all things,
mark him as a man dangerous.
The best thing to do is to keep calm,
retain your friends and above all, your
temper.
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Don’t Let Supreme Court
Matter Disrupt Things
It is no life and death matter, this
talk about revamping the Supreme Court
and there is no use for friends of the pres-
ident to fall out with each other and say
The return of Spring brings also the
chances of the spring poet. Papers will
be besieged by those who think that there
is something peculiarly attractive in poet
ry. Personally we had as soon a read a
cook book as the average poem writer’s
effort.
FRANK MANOR, Watchmaker
25 years experience. Former Santa Fe Watch
Inspector. “LIVE AND LET LIVE” prices.
One of the largest and best assorted stocks of
watch material, crystals, etc., in N. Texas
Hulsey Jewelry Co.
Northwest corner of square, SHERMAN
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Protected by Bon* Vault
Nature’* greatest treasure Is a
small body of tissue located at the
base of the brain. Here it has all
the protection that nature has given
to the brain, and In addilon It has
another “cranium" or bone vault
surrounding It Just as our cranium
surrounds and protects our brain.
The two bone vaults are almost
concentric with each other and ly-
ing within the Inner one Is the pit-
uitary gland, sometimes called the
pituitary body or the hypophysis. It
Is divided Into two parts. Just a*
our brain Is divided Into two hemi-
spheres, but In the gland In the
two parts are In front and back of
each other.
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a grocery, furniture or drug
store. Has had experience in
all three. Call TULLY, care
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from 12 to 6 n. m.
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CITY ELECTION
The Denison Press Is authorised
to announce the following names
as candidates for offices indicat-
ed, to be voted on at the city
election April 6, 1937.
FOR MAYOR:
CLARENCE SCOTT
(Reelection)
CITY COMMISSIONER:
C. J. USSERY
(Reelection) I
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Just How Good is Your
Power of Observation?
1st Prize____
... $3.00
2nd Prize____
.... 1.50
3rd Prize ...
.... 1.00
Answers to
News Quiz Column
1 Ten lashes on the back.
2 She slated that she still loved
her husband anj had only post-
poned the suit for divorce on the
request of John.
3 She eontiues to lie In a state
of hypnotism and has made the
statement that she would lie In a
state until death before she would
submit to being sent to prison.
4 The graduating class.
5 JIlss Elsie Williams, daugh-
ter of Mr. andd Mrs. R. M. Wil-
liams, 730 West Hull street
I 6 To include the name of a weal-
thy merchant In one of his poems,
stolen, he rewrote it from memory,
With his manucrlpt stolen
v. riling 34,000 words of the 400,000
in a single day. Dissatisfied h-* •
burned the entire manuscript and
wrote the work over again. !
S That aft> r a strenuous oxer J
l ist- try checkers to relax. |
2 Through earlier administration J
of serum the American Medical ,
Association reported recently.
| 10 By plowing up the gravel and
| mixing a - .imposition of a special
kit'd pre-itared by the cement com-
nny. It is declared to be permanprt
and relatively Inexpensive.
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tion: _ Just how good
are you at seeing
things?
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shown on this page
may be found in the
advertisements of our
local merchants Thurs-
day.
Write opposite each
symbol the name, ad-
dress and business of
the advertiser whose
advertisement carries
that particular symbol.
Prizes will be awarded
on the basis of effici-
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Into good money. Costs but little
Try the classified.
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Easter Observation
Contest Editor, care of
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March 23.
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be a subscriber of the
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