The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 7, 1936 Page: 3 of 4
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GRAYSON COUNTY COURT
JAKBJ. LOT. JUDOS
II. W. Knight; aggravated
C. 'A. Collins and Jewell Meek,
Wbltesboro, routo 2.
J. T. Wylie and Ruth A. Robert-
James Hayes and Miss Metzaleno
John H. White, Denison, Chevro-
Mr*. J. A. Bcoboy, Denison; Char-
i olet sedan
Mrs. Daisy M. Toung, Denison.
Miss Ruth Wilson, Denison, Ford
Walter Chandler, Denison, Chev
Mrs. Jack T. Fisher, Denison,
D. C. Moorman, Denison, Chev
month .................. *Bc
Thre* months .................*Bc
On* y*ar (in advance) ...... $2.5.)
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Mrs. Alice Walker,
VT. J. Rawlins, Denison. H tilde-
Dr. M. L. Stanphill. Denison,
W. R. 'McDonald. Denison, Ply-
Mis. X. E. Campbell, Depison
Cl i viol it coach
K. E. Street, Dallas, Ford tudor.
J. A. IlarroJ, Denison, Chevrolet
Fred W. Parker, Denison, Chev'
it let sedan?
J. F. Gebee, Denison, Chevrolet
G. R. Hill, Denison, Chevrolet Sc
W. E. Co*. Denison. Ford tudor.
A. Ts. Ford. Denison. Ford tudor.
Jim Johnson. Denison, Chevrolet
TO TEXAS CITIES'
Empire Building and Loan asso-
ciation to Robert Rice, ct ux, 1
12, block 2G, Soiithnid«' additior
SI cnnaii; $132.10. -Tune 30. 193G.
Veins Can Be Reused
A Simple Home Treatment
Prove It At Small Cost
DALLAS— X new medium of
publicity for Texa* cltieu and towns
\thiuh plan Centennial year cele-
brations was announced this week
by the- state department of publici-
ty here. It is Next Week in Texas’.'
a sma.i folder which will bo issued
each week, carrying a dost riptlon
tf the various celebrations planned
In the state during the coming
“Next Week in Texas replaces
the Ccntennitl Review publication
which carried Centennial new.*
during winter and spring.
The new publication is design* .1
to encourage travel throughout th •
I.one Star State. It is being •
tributed through the various tract,
agehcie.s, commercial < xuibits o:i
tin grounds of the ' - ntennial ox -
position at Dallas, a. I fi.no’ •-
of commerce and utbc . arii/.a *
First issue of t > ; n | > 1.1 * t i-
s< riled celebrations plunn* <1
lVrt A j thui. Mt. I ’l--I i or, M ,
• us. Stamford, <':tnodi.in Ox
Austin, Brady. F;< fui i- 1
Springs. TjUbhoek. M A: • r f'l.u-
dun, < 'nmfort Slaton. !hind« . i. S
binal Cisco, Engle I’a-s. J\ )i ,
Fieepoit. Terrell. Cotulbi 1 1
Mathis. Perry, New B annf.-Is a a
comfort. Small size only 25 enu
Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Daovilto,
Illinois, says, “I had no ambition
and was terribly nervous. Your Tab-
lets helped my periods and built ma
up.” Try them next month.
Clean Out Acids
The only way your body can cl«in out
Aridi* and poisonous wastes fro
..... poisonous wastes from
i thru 1) million tiny, dellca
• filters, but
.. tub*-8 or filters, but beware of cheap,
•t Stic, Irritating drugs. If functional
,.!ney or Bladder disorders make you
■••r from Getting Up Nights, Nervous-
■is, Leg Pains, Backache, Circles Unde
-*-g Pa.ins, Backache, Circles Under
. Dlzzinetb, Rheumatic Pains, Aeld-
y. Burning, Smarting or Itching, don’t
'take chances. Get the Doctor’s guuran*
t*1- 1 prescription called Cystex tSiss*
jr«x). Wurkji faet, safe and sure. In 48
it must bring new vitality, and li
rteed to fix you up in
guarantee'll to fix you up
money back on return of
Cystex costa only He g day
tnd th- guarantee protects
one week or
Never mind what people say, if
you have varicose or swollen veins
and want tc reduce them, got an
original 2-ounce bottle of Emerald
Oil (full strength), at any first-class
Apply it to the enlarged veins as
directed and improvement should be
noticed in a few days. Continue its
use as size of swelling diminishes.
PRINCE Of INDIA
INVITED' TO TEXA'
ii EMERALD OIL
'THAT LITTLE t..ter-afitorio..co.,w.Y-By B. Link
Th* Denison Press 1* authorized
lo announe* the following candi-
dates subject to the democratic
primary, July 25, 1958.
FOR CONGRESSMAN, 4Ih DIST.
FOR REPESENTATIVE PLACE 2
J. W. ADAMSON
JUDGE, 15th JUDICIAL DIST.
JESSE F. HOLT
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
JAKE J. LOY
S. V. EARNEST
J. B. (BENTON) DAVIS
FOR TAX ASSESSOR-
W. D. (Dave) HARMON
for CRIMINAL DISTRICT
R. C. (Bob) SLAGLE
(NovV HERE YOU
ARE HOlDIN’ UP
Yool? CARDS AND
ON THIS POT,
OH - HO 1
A WASH RAG,
POT THE ,
I'VE BEEf4 w
LONG ON A Lil
j'll Goon have
USE FOR THAT
1 LULU 1M'TD-oj. 111 ulLLm-**^
’ OH SAV.- '
DID l "OPEN"
OR Didn't i ?
1 KNOU) 1
TO. ——" J
HAS THE YOUNG I
; teresn >
Driv. SAFELY—Not RmIsUmIt
AUSTIN—The Maharaja of Ka-
p&rthala, one of the most widely
known of India’s glamorous princes,
has been invited to visit Texas dur-
ing the Centennial year observanr
according to Col. Paul I.. Wakfield.
military attache to Governor All-
red. The invitation was extended
by the governor at the mpist
several Texans who have been
guests of the pot* ntab in Europe.
Owner of a number of the world s
most famous jewels and a celebrat-
ed host in his hand and on t
European contiontn, the Ma -a
rrsaid to wear the largest known
emerald, weighing several hundr* ■;
carats, in fils durbar turban.
I OM’TWtofciG fju? oor AND ctr
MY HEAD is.
vYftATu I Do?
Better a poor man s’ fr !• ndslii r-
than a rich man’s benefactions'.
How many times has a Head-
ache ruined your day’s work-
spoiled your evening’s pleasure?
Users of Alka-Seltzer say that Alka-
Seltzer gives unusually prompt and
effective relief from Headache. Try
Alka-Selt/er for Acid Indigestion,
Fatigue, Muscular, Rheumatic, aad.u
Alka-Seltzer contains an analgesic
(Acetyl-Salicylate) for pain relief.
Its vegetable and mineral alkalizers
correct the cause when due to ex-
At your druc; store
and in 30 and GO
/?•* L N. Demy taym
| a*i found nothing b» Aa
that can talc* tM
r* * rer* roliofftt
- from H*»d**k%
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with b*tter result*
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Countie** Amtwiowi .
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■Pain PIS* than wttk-
Some eoTTeae stu.l. nts spend
years resisting education.
cent packages tot
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The Denison Press (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 13, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 7, 1936, newspaper, July 7, 1936; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth737617/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Grayson County Frontier Village.