The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 280, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 21, 1940 Page: 2 of 4
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lamod Daily Except Snunday
to clean and reiponiit* govenumen }
M Mtrtdoal and civic integrity; to Individual an/
•trie eenuierclal progress.
BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be giv i
•dvertfcsra deairing blind addressee.
Three Montha (in advance)
Six Month! (in advance) —
One Year (in advance) ------
hdd d«ar to * nattoal heart llf».
When a line stiffens with determin*
tion to die in their tracks rather than to
give another inch, they have massed all
the force, not only of their immediate phy-
sical endowment, but they are peculiary _
endowed with all the powers of their an | Sunday“Vr'ng/blJore dan a
1-estrv. j sneak thief entered the residence
Yes, more than that—they are en- of K. Murphy and abstracted
FIFTEINTH DISTRICT 0PU»<
R. M CARTES. JUDGE
Now Salta Filed
D- J. Hawkins «n. Nellie G.
with the holdup of
the First Notional bank of Bolls
FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT
TOM SUGGS, JUDGE
Naw Sait* Filed
Ida Mae Holloway vs. J, M.
CIUYSON COUNTY COURT
JAKE J. I.OY, JUDGE
Ruth D. Newton has been ap-
Daniel Smith vs. Jennie Smith,
them with some power indescribably in- k. & T. section boss some time'al'ms''rere '"eset. fo!!, Thursd*y;
vincible and sends terror to the heart of ago is suspected of the transac- n,ay 3 - n * ;„f the eatate of Thomas E. Rear-
the adversary. . tl0"' , , , don, deceased.
No man i, worth hi, weight nor «, *' P' «“ D"*"“
l)e gain the most until he has reached that terday afternoon between Maid of
hour when he realizes that he must stand the West, a bay mare owned by
and die on the sp.t--.nd having don, at,'
OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons
having telephone listed in their own name and up-
en agreeinff to remit when bill u. presented. 10!iec*
per tent wiH be added on unpaid private account.
to stand.” • | owned by parties from Missouri,
Until men tap the rich resources bur- was consequently well attended
in the depth of their souls which re
after 80 days from date of first insertion.
CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by
be published the same day.
sources can only come into play as they1
The race was for 300 yards and
was easily, won by the Denison
CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10 e. m
in order to avoid publication in current issue.
ERJUfRS: .The Denisou Press will not be re-
eponsible for more than one incorrect insertion.
mare, which came out ahead by
realize they must do or die, they will liev- about fifty feet. Considerable
, er be their best nor gain the most for money changed hands on the o.c-
' themselves nor their posterity. , ca<iAon' „ . .. ,
. . . - , (A carefully prepared tabie of
Yes, the French lines will hold. the average price of cotton from
They have a big order but they have 1825 to 1875, shows that the
a hig cause for which they contend. And staple was the lowest in 1845,
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS for classified ad. ari
strictly payable in advance.
National advertising representative Inland News*
paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building, Chi-
Any erroneous statement reflecting upon the
character or reputation of any persons will bs
gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the
publishers. The Denison Press assumes no respor.
•tfoility for errorr in advertising insertions beyonc
the price of the advertisement
When Men Are Willing To
Die On The Spot
The French will hold and drive
We need have no fear of that now.
When orders go out and men are will-
ing to obey them to “die on the spot ra-
ttier than give further ground,” no matter
what the odds be against them now, the
French will rout .their enemy.
Back of the Frenchman is their treas-
ured city Paris and their own destinies
and free people.
Back of them lies the historic cen-
turies rich with the traditions of their
bavk of them will be the spirits of store nllTl£
than a hundred million good American'. est in irgi, wi,en, owjn„ lo tj10
to intone their French Comrades and make war, the price went up to 72 cents
to $1.90 per pound.
i The Denison and Pacific ertgin-
j eers are busy today laying off a
- I town at Pott’s farm, nine miles
Hon. Tom Connally made one of the | west of Denison. This will be the
finest speeches of his career this week
them, if possibe, yet
their noble fight.
treasurer, T. V. Munson; stew-
ard, W. A. Hollenbeck; trustees.
Levi Lingo T. B. Waldron, A. F.
Platter, J. J. Fairbanks. The
president and vice-president are
ex-officio members of the board.
The stock is limited to $5,000,
divided into shares of $100
each to be paid as called for by
the hoard of trustees and the
membership is limited to fifty. |
No mamber is allowed to own
B. M. Sanborn has been grant-
ed a license to retail beer at 521
B. F. Dickson has been grant-
ed a license to retail beer at the
Woodlawn Country club.
' I tone I* P*r word _ ...
• Tinea, Se pur word
Minimum charge ia for It word!
(For eontocutivo insertions)
Contract rates will bo given
upon application- Legal rates at
ona cant per word per imert'on.
LOT in nice residential section-
P- O. Box 424. Denison.
Subject to the Democratic pri-
mary, July 27, 1940, The Denison
Press is authorized to announce
the following candidates:
CONGRESSMAN FOURTH DIST.
(Of Royse City)
William Earl Fowler andj
Eleanore Louise York, Denison
W. H- Schieffer and Evelyn
Goodwin and Johnnie
more than one share. The club Stallings, Denison,
will purchase 160 acres of land B. H- Ballou and
in the head waters of the Rio Lanier, Denison.
Grande in Colorado. The streams Vaughn Trent and
that will be controlled by the ”*[V. Denison,
club are said to be the best trout ®
streams in the state. A call for " lntel'*• Dallas,
payment of 25 per cent of the George Bowen
stock has been made. This must Mask, Sherman route 1
be paid on or before the first of
June. Those subscribers who d)
not respond by that date will be
dropped from the roll of mem-
first station on the road. Exten- ™s ™rnin« ,at 6,:3® . 0’c‘°ck
, , si ze cattle oards are to be built J' Z- McDonough and Miss Mo -
when he addressed a group on the neces ! tuu niflrp lie Kirby were united in mam-
sity of this country being prepared to keep j May n> ^ |
out invaders. Ml. Connally takes the po-I The Denison Rod and Gun club ly after the ceremony the bride
sitiOli that unless the seas are properly completed its organization Last and groom left for Dallas, their
Lynn McKinney and
Arthur Dudley Grider and
Mel a Lee Harper, Van Alstyne.
guarded by this country to
enemy, they will only be water highways
for the more powerful enemy.
keep out the night by the. selection of the fol-
lowing officers: president, L. L.
Maughs, vice-president, Ben Mer-
Thanks for the increasing number o'1
subscribers coming' in to the Press office.
Each day sees numerous additions to the-
list of readers. The Press is your home
town paper and its force is composed
strictly of your own people who know
your relatives or neighbors and who have
the same common fight to make for the
future home. Mr. McDonough is
in charge of a postal car on the
Denison and San Antonio run.
The bride is the daughter of Col.
John Kerby, of this city, and a
graduate of St. Xavier’s academy.
general good of Denison.
About Our Friends
heard a couple of negro men talk-
ing—they were old timers. One
said to the other “this is not the May 21, 1905
good old town it used to be.” A! Rev. T. W. Pitts went to the
white man passing by said "you Y. M. C. A. bathroom last week
got something there.” Why, do1 and took a bath. Before disroo-
people call - over the phone ami mg be laid his watch on a shelf,
when it is answered hang up in ^ ben he left the bathroom he
one’s ear without saying a wonl?,for&ot hls wntclk and came down
Biig crowds in downtown cafes | ^w"’ a sh?rt time be ",lsa'“d
over the weekend and all spending!1118 watch and returned to the
T/• l . w | bathroom. Meantime the negro
money. If pleasant surrounding . , . ,
. porter had cleaned u-p the room
and cordial greetings mean any-1 ' . . , ,r,
-----------thing down at the bus terminal, , but P "
ours as much as anbody’s when we they have something on the ball,
consider the liberties for which the M. B. Morgan, candidate for rep-
Interstate Cotton Oil Refining
company, Sherman, Chevrolet
'Mrs. N. B. Birge, Sherman,
P. A. Tanpiey, Whitesboro,
allies are fighting.” That’s what resentatiive place two, drops in to . . j ^ ^
Mayor Hrdlcka of'Bonham thinks say howdy. What has become of. Gemf,e Cartel' haas raised a pet
the present situation when ask- lbe pigeons once so plentiful down . ,
« r. , i ■ i . m, I4 LORA klonlr Tiivio fnr ilall’. *
ter said he had not seen it.
There was a tremendous rain-
fall last Friday night. The cotton
M.vyor HrJicka Philosophizes
“What do I think of the war
and the Germans? Well, I was
not afraid of them when I went
over there and I am not afraid c-f
them now. They are no more to
be feared now than then and we
licked them then. The only mis-
take is that we did not go into
Berlin and the time has come now
I am not
a1 raid the allies will be licked.' Along the
of the present situation when ask- ulc T"“ squirrel. Several days ago the
ed here Saturday night. The m the 200 block. Time lor dew- qujrre] escaped from the cag.u
popular Bonham mayor who has gerries and blackberries now and|and wag 3Upposed to have gone1
WHEN EMERGENCY CALLS
Partisan lines were wiped out
for the time being Saturday as
Democrats ancl Republic an- unit-
ed to rush through appropria- . . . . ,
tions requested hy President fo,r thf :\ob tf,', :be
Roose*ve’rt for national defense-
That is characteristic of the
United States. There are al- “
ways a few dissenters, of course. nlind 0f every member of Con-
There were duriqg the World g!-f. - Preparednes.- will more
War- But the number is per- (|lan ij]i(-ly avoid war. It was the
haps much less than it was dm- -,a(.g 0f preparedness of Britai -
appeared here several times on
various programs and visited on
business, stopped briefly for one
of his favorite dishes—a T-bone
steak before going on his way
home. He is one of the most
popular of mayors of this whole
the market is soon to be flooded.
for good. Saturday morning the
reddLers of grape fruit who bnow squilTel returned home. He was
their line and how to sell the ^ ^ thg skjn and almost starv.
Iruit. Weekend car wrecks seem ^ pje was placed near
to be on increase as battered cars a st0ve and dried out and then
given a royal feast of nuts. lie
multiply. W’hy do workmen do
R. D. Beirne estate to Luther
Cherry, lot 1, block 14, Munson
and Purinton addition to Deni-
son, $550, May 3, 1040.
Donna Rainey to J. G. Burks,
18.83 acres in the James Rut-
land survey, $300, April 30,
B- B. Wilbanks et ux to Peo-
ple's Life Insurance company,
75 by 150 feet in the J- B. Me-
’Anair survey, $1, correction
deed, May 13, 1940.
William Wooden et ux to M.
A. Dickey et ux, lot 8, block 8
Magnolia Park addition to Deni-
son, $300, May 18 1940.
Mrs. Leta Camp to Luther L.
Tatum et ux, lot 1, block 3,
Oakdale addition to 'Denison,
JUDGE 15TH .DISTRICT COURT
R- C (Bob) SLAGLE, JR.
R. M. CARTER
If It h
Thu You N«4
M. E. TALLY
C. H. (SHORTY) BARRETT
DAY PHONE 624
NIGHT PHONE 1404-J
114 S. Austin
and Sunday Dinners
Loratrd In M-K-T. Station
Plenty Purklne Spore
We Cater to Parties
ROY G- BAKER
SHERIFF GR|AYSON COUNTY
P. M. (Pleas) PORTER
S- B. (BEN) VAUGHAN
For Purchase of
HAD IO S
M. K. JONES
H. G. (Rocky) THOMAS
We Build The Bert
IF YOU WANT
THE BEST IN
You will not go wrong by
placing your orders
WunIiIiik Hud iireitAMig
M. T. FULLER
lloiiNton Ave. at (samly St,
^orner Main & Arn,*tron8f
$050, May 16, 1940.
their worst on Mondays? Seems wjjj probably stay at home after
that a Sunday vacation makes for; t^s experience.
J Itch Fast
relief from itching of eczema, pimples.
more mistakes on Monday then jyiiss Florence Helen
F r tcncuitnu iituttiB ui cvuriuu, puii|jicai
athlete'* 'x>t, scabies, rashes and other ex-
and Aza t<-rnally ca-'.sed skin troubles, use world-famous,
they make on any other w»ek Dalt<)n of Colbert/1- T„ were
Wo ner-d to give them everything Cars and more ears crowds the day. Sunday seems to be a day t ;> married the past week at the /op0Vy/ur°ni/!('y>!ba3ck 'Aak^y'our
i!;.-v lo-.-d to win this war as it is streets—certainly looks like pros- get people on their nerves, in- furniture store of Charles H. druggist today fur o. o. D. Prescription.
__1 perity from the outside. Over- stead of giving them rest. j Jones. i _***.*c~. * - •
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I scream, y,ou scream,
we all scream
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208 W. Main
clean and overhaul ALL MAKES.
Work fully guaranteed; over 500
machines under contract. Type-
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North Texas Typewriter Co.
108 N. Crockett
Phone 369 Sbei man
By Cy Hungerf ord
ing the World War. One reason
is that the Administration has
asked nothing but appropriation;
for defense at home, even though
the national debt has attained
an all-time high.
But just now Democrats and
and France were not.
This country, unlike Britain \
and France, has time yet to get
ready. If it doesn't it would be
very fooli.-h- . j
Britain and France could have
saved many thousands of live;
Republicans are working togerh- :.nd incalcu hie property damage
er. The national convention.- are by having been prepared. There
forgotten for the time being would have been no war had
This country must be prepare,! they been ready. — Greenville
That is the chief thought in the Herald.
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To SrRecH ■
FOR MY Ply;:
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By Charles McManus
("THAT'S NICE. 010
*Yow *aNE Tour l—
MOKfY OUST TO
OUT THAT CHNDY
MO. | TOLD HIM
WHAT I WA«,
HE GAVE ME
| THE MONEY
Wteu HE KncwE
At-L. MJOOT IT, How
ARE You G-OiniG To
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