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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 February 1939

Friday, feb. 24th, 1939 THE PEWttOl* PfefflS£ PAGE THREE t i K: ach J cid in*, oa out f viE ' il~ be- esie elt- adU ■9 • I*. JUST LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK! WHEN YOU TRADE WITH DENISON MERCHANTS YOU FARMERS ARE HOME MAKERS AND LIKE THE REST OF US HAVE THE VITAL TASK OF FEEDING AND CLOTHING YOUR FAMILY ON A "iVQNE-TOO-LARGE" INCOME. YOU REALIZE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF YOUR JOB AND THAT IS WHY, WHEN YOU DO YOUR TRADING, YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO EXPERIMENT WITH DOUBTFUL MERCHANDISE . . . YOU WANT TO KNOW ITEMS YOU BUY ARE VALUES YOU CAN TRUST. THAT'S WHY YOU TRADE WITH MER- CHANTS YOU CAN TRUST. ANK ■■ ■■ «a en REMEMBER DENISON PAYS FARMERS TOP PRICES FOR PRODUCE ... NO- WHERE CAN YOU BE SURE OF GET- TING AS MUCH FOR YOUR PRODUCE AS IN DENISON. THIS FACT COM- BINED WITH THE INTEGRITY OF DENISON MERCHANTS MAKES AN UNBEATABLE COMBINATION. TRAD- ING IN DENISON IS TRULY "JUST LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK." GET AC- QUAINTED WITH THE MERCHANTS ON THIS PAGE . . . THEY WELCOME YOU TO VISIT THEM. THE MERCHANTS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 February 1939

B :< | KtfMOWl -Ml SOCIETY NOTES PHob* Y«i r Society N«w to P1 o « >00 Pl<«« Lynn Landrum Is Guest Speaker At High School P.T.A. sister of Miss Emma Klopp and Mrs. H. Y. Parrott, visited in Denison Thursday. "Hobbies", was the subject chosen by Lynn Landrum, out- standing columnist for the Da- las Morning News, in his informal wlk before members of the hi,jh school Parent Teachers Associa- tion Thursday afternoon in the high school auditoriulm. Mr. Landrum, who was pre- sented under the auspices of the h«h school P. T. A- was introduc- ed by J. Walter Greep of Deni- son, editorial writer for the Denison Herald who praised the P. T. A. organization for bring- ing to Denison, such an outstand- ing personality in their series of educational programs. Mr. Greep was introduced by ■Mrs. B. McDaniel, president of the P. T. A. organization, and wife of the superintendent of Denison schools. Mr. Landrum, in discussing hi- subject, made an instant appeal to his audience, with his exh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 February 1939

1 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Colder tonight; warmer Sunday; i probable rain SfF THE DENISON PRESS 35 cents Per Month MBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT., FEBRUARY 25, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 200 m ■srsz Crack Pony Express Derailed, Many Are Inj ured HINES CASE TO GO BEFORE JURY TODAY; NATION AFFECTED W Committee On u % ■ I 1 Wk?, © Zoning Named A city zoning committee, to>' Named to the committee were; hear complaints of citizens before Former Mayor W. S'. Hibbard, N. final adoption of ii proposed' zon- ing ordinance, was named by the city commission Friday afternoon. Everyday DENISON w. Dewey Seen As Nominee Engineers To Present Definite 7 Cars Specifications to War Department Go Off LOUIS By ANDERSON The Nazi situation in Hungary is like spanking your younger brother. It can be understood be- tween the two of you, but to out- siders it is very confusing . . . Research shows that the feminine name "Hazel" come from a Teu- tonic word meaning "com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 February 1939

TWO THE DEH1B" *"■* THE DENISON PRESS Established In ltfSO Telephone No. S00 Office of Publication 607 Went Main ?, <SS^^I n. > Itutued Daily Bxeept Sunday Dedicated to clean arid responsive government t Individual and civic inteijr ty: to individual tinl civic conimerciai pro(rre* Acceptance authorized. for mailinu as second-cla** mutter ■OX NUMBERS, Care D«n 1*011 Pre.-iH will he (fjven advertisers desiring blinfl Addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ........ U)e One Month —_— S£>c Three Months (In advance* HOe Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $l.ar> One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.00 OH \RGE> ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per eent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. «i W published the same day. CANCELLATIONS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 February 1939

SAT., FEBRUARY 25, 1939 * DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO li.v DU1,CK MURRAY 9 Fabri'.ary 25, 1877 Atchison and Bryunt returned yclerday evenlnsr with the two men who stole the span of horses flow their livery stable, and also the horst s. They overtook the thieve: in the nation, twenty-five miles this side of the Arkansas river. As soon as the thieves saw them cominpr the put spurs to the ho.se* and tried to escape, but one of their horses fell down and Atchison and Bryant dashed up to their, and brinrinp their car- •Wttes to bear, the two men wisely t.lvew no their hands. Thev were not r'ding the horses taken from here, but the pursurers found a traveler in possesion of tem some distance this side who claimed to have traded for them. Having secure.1 their own horses they - bandoned the other two, :ind binding their prisoners Fcnvly, brought them back to Denison. Messrs. Atchison and Bryant showed n pond deal of eriei'RV and pluck in this matter. U is no r,mall thing for two men to foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 February 1939

PAG1 rooM THH B1MBOK PB3BBB SOCIETY NOTES Flwtt* Your Society N«w< to Phon* 100 I'lanst- CORONATION PAGEANT HONORS BABY SHOW PRIZE WINNERS The Baby Show and Beauty Contest sponsored by the White Hose Grove of the Woodmen Cir- cle, had its grand finale, Friday l: igrht in. a colorful and impressive coronation pageant at the Ameri- can Legion Hall. Mrs. C. W. Ganter was general chairman of the affair and G. B. McKinney Jr., local dance instruc- tor was master of ceremonies and presented the program. The judges of the beauty son- test were Miss OLiie Bird, Missl tist church concluded the pro- gram. Ushers for the evening were Endall Cotton, Jack Little and Bon F. Hearn Jr. Bridge Shower Friday Night For Future Brides Miss Lucile Kirkland and Miss Evelyn Spencer were the honor- Ida Storeeves, Mi3s Margaret Kel-1 ees 'Friday night at a lovely ly, Judge Alexander Gullett, bridge shower party given by Judge .J. W. Adamson and the Mrs. Lonnie Legg, 1114 W. Gandy Retv. Harry Lee Virden. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 February 1939

la 1° I I k & o WEATH ER DEN1SON AND VICINITY Colder and rain today and Tuesday ENISON DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month EMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, FEB. 27th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 201 30 Arabs Killed In Palestine Bombing Outbreak Two Lie in Three-Car Smashup On Bells Highway Early Sunday; Three Injured Miss Lucille Pry, Leonard school teacher, was instantly killed, Ray- mond Saddler, also of Leonard re- ceived fatal injuries and three Denison men were injured, on-a seriously, in a three-car smash-jp near the Star school on the Bells highway early Snnday morning. George Garrett, taxi owner, driving passengers, had returned to Denison to get a wrecker of Hie Com best (ravage to pull his ear from mud in which it had stuck. The wrecker, driven by Oryille Lamb, accompanied by Cloe^us Brown, had been stopped on the highway by two women who said they wished their car pulled from the mud. As the driver started to find a place to turn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 February 1939

T. s=z THE DENISON PRESS = MONDAY, FEB. 27th,1989 — DENISON PRESS Established In 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intagrty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing: as second-clas* matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be Riven idveitisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES >Jiii Week Oru Month — S5o l"h >-e Months (In advanc«i WK Six Months (in advance^ $1.7'' One Year (in advance) —- $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1)^ S'x Months by Mail (in advance)' $1.25 One Year b> Mai (in auwancel $2.00 >RlIE ACCOUNTS ara acceptable from person* nuving telephone listed a weir own name and up on agreeing to remit wiien bill is presented. 1< pec cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. v. i be published the same Ga . without fear of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 February 1939

MONDAY, FEB. 27th, 1930 THE DENISON PRBSC ) DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO liy DULCE MURRAY r\ • - — # Fobruary 27, 1877 It is proposed to petition the city council at their next meeting to make an appropriation for the purpose of enclosing the public school yard with a suitable fence and making other necessary im- provements. It is hoped this movement will be sanctioned by the citizens, as the safety of the building and welfare of the school a ike demand an enclosed yard. There are nearly four hundred children on the playground daily and it requires the utmost 'care on the part of teachers and janitor to protect them from danger. Teams are constantly crossing the playground, sometimes within a few feet of groups of children «e engrossed in their play as to be unconscious of the danger. It is surprising that serious accidents have not occurred. It is equally surprising that the building has not been damaged by mischevious persons. It has, indeed, .been abused by persons who entered when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 February 1939

"aer PAGE FOU* the mamaow nam MONDAY, FEB. 27th, 1939 I SOCIETY NOTES Ph«M Yeur Society N«w* to Phon* KlO PImms j Eat-Well Cafe Formally Opened LARGE ATTENDANCE OF B & PW CLUB MEMBERS HEAR MRS. DAVID SIMMS With accurate (knowledge of international affairs, gleined from her frequent visits to Europe, in bet capacity of chairman of liu* International Relations coinn.itcw.' o.! tn." f ederation of Business " 'd Professional Women's clubs, and a nil mber of the World P«ja:o Ccn- f. ic'.ce, Mrs. David Simtn<j of Jlas- tingi, Nebraska, made a .-;p -<iK'id ti . n "World Affairs,'" jafire r.t'Mnbcrr and guests of th.i Si:er- r.;«n H. und P. W. Club 3undr,y afternoon at the Travis Street Methodist church. Mrs. Simms, who with Mr. S'mlns, Hastings attorney, 11 on her way home from a visit in Cali- fornia, was introduced at tl ( 'Sunday ;ifte. noon meeting, by .VIrv. Grace Fitzgerald! past president of the state federation of B. and P. W. clubs. M-s. tkms in Europe today; the signif-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 February 1939

■ ) • v' | b 1«£ t If llled IW W WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Unsettled today; warmer Wednesday THE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEB. 28th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 202 er= High Winds Hit Denison High winds, accompanied by ice and lower temperatures, struck Denison lat night and: this morn- ing causing damage to electric wires, breaking windows in some homes and causing discomfort. A number of local citizens be- Everyday DENISON LOUIS By ANDERSON Charges Japanese Espionage When you have a little time off drop around the city and see how many new homes are being built or old ones completely remodeled. A fact forecast by the Press sev- eral weeks ago . . . The Denison high school addition construction should begin by the first of April. Foundation work is well under- way and may be finished any time, after being he'd up inter- mittantly by very bad weather . . . A, writer in Look magazine cla'ms only tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 February 1939

FAW TWO THE DENISON THE DENISON PRESS Establish ad In 1880 Telephone No. 100 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Dully Sxcept Sunday Dedicated to elesn and responsive jrovernnieiit to individual and civic inteerr ty; io individual ami civic commercial prog-res . Acceptance authorised. for mailing a> ««ictmd-ela*B platter BOX NUMBERS, Care Deninon Press w,i be y advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week —— One Month Three Months (In advance! _.... 90c Six Months (in advance) — $1.75 One Year (in advance) _ $3.60 (Wthin /.one 1) S'x Months by Mail (in auvance) ...... Jl.25 One Year by Ma i (in advance) — S2.0U OHARGE ACCOUNTS ara acceptable from person: having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit wnan bill is presented. 1" per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy racsived by 9 a. m. wt be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10:00 a. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 February 1939

TUESDAY, FEB28 th, 1939 THE DENISON PRE&3 DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Bv DWI.P.E MURK AY February 28, 1877 kl 9 t with the drygoods firm of S'easfeld & Co., in Denison a number of years ago. He ig survived by his widow and six young children be- sides other relatives. Interment was made in the Jewish cemetery in Sherman, Texas Herbert A. Ladd of Denver, Colorado and Mrs. Annie Shaw of this city were united in the holy S. L. Stevens is dicing a well ^„evenin* west of town and Mondav struck !u , FirSt Meth°dlst Epmcopal water at a depth of V ^>1 feet, which is so strongly impree- .u u cl°se of the nated with salt as to be unfit for tZT°7 ?PV TP'e t0°k household use. Today he boiled X"*?m ?u ?? , J 2LLSX xss F n r< szz. wss« F , . , , . . , they will depart for Denver, their heved to be red mineral paint— u„, m. u • i l • i u . future home. The bride has resid- woith in the market about one e(] thjs c, the cent a pound; so perhaps there's n,,„ * , . , „ j „ ' .. „ thiee of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 February 1939

THE PfSNBOW PKfiflB TUESDAY, FEB. 28th, 1939 SOCIETY NOTES Ph«M Your Society Nawa to Phona >00 lteaa* CHURCH GROUPS MEET MONDAY FOR STUDY AND SOCIAL HOUR Monday was local church day •for members of the First Chris- tian church, and Mrs. J. C. Mor- gii.fi, loiial chairman, jcondulcted the meeting which was opened with a prayer by Mrs. Ben F. Hearn. Roll call was answered with Bible characters, and the devo- tional lesson on "Love" was led by Mi's. Duffy Fleming. A duet, "Love Everlasting," was sung by Mrs. H. C. Purdy and Mrs. L. W. Pike, who were accompanied bj Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson. During the business meeting presided over by Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. W. P. Danforth was given special thanks for the curtains in the recreation room furnished by the Mizpah group of the Council and made by Mrs. Danforth. The meeting was closed with the usual benediction. Study India The four circles of the Waples Memorial Missionary society metl in separate groups, Monday af- ternoon to continue the study ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 March 1939

m a \ WEATHER npT i D&NISON AND VICINITY 1 1— Generally fair today and 1 Jl 1 Thursday IE DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 centsl Per Month == MEMBER OF THt UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WBJDNES., MARCH 1, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 203 ttomGermany To Be More Powerful-Goering Explosion Police Unable to Suggest A Cause for Gigantic Muni- tions Dump Blast in In- dustrial Area; fire breaks Reliei Workers, Are Mobilized Army Ca'led Out To A'd thr I Firemen and Se"k Car-s^; 1 Situation Reported Serious TOKYO, March 1 (UP)—A gi : gantic munitions dump exploded i today at Osaka, the greatest induf-j trial center of Japan. Ca.sval-1 ties were unknown but were be-1 Jieved to 'be large. Fires spread j from the explosion area andj troops were called out to aid fire- men. ^ Police were unable to sugges'; a cause for the explosion. The explosion disrupted street car lines and blew down telephone wires. It was apparent at once that the situation might prove to be most se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 March 1939

TWO ..' .>f.r'rB-ir.-vi-Mii-), i " ■ ■■ - — i =s& THE D8OTSON PR89§ WflPyfi!., MAECff 1. 1939 TOE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publ cation 007 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to cluan and responsive government to individual and civic lntegr ty; to individual an,I eivic commercial progress Acceptance authorized. for mailing as second-class matt*/ BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison I'resR will be given advertisers desiring blina addresses. SUBSCRUTION RATES One Week L•'< One Month Site Three Months (In advance i UOc Six Months (in advance< $1.7G One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in muvance) $1.26 One Year by Ma 1 (in auvance) $2 01! ! wish to see Sane constructions put on our ! laws. The expression of Mr. Mann regard- ing the proposed move to reestablish sel-j I ling liquor by the drink is fundamental lie declared; "The definition of the feitn 'open saloon", contained in the act of the Legislature passed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 March 1939

WBDNfts,, march i, 1930 If I II 40c each Y In Horte Race Picture THE DENISON PRESS DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DUI.CK MURRAY . . March 1, 1877 C. II. Tibbs, recently from La Plata, 'Miss., has initiated a branch of business in. Denison heretofore untried in this portion of the | state. Believing the rapidly in- creasing i>oi)u at'on of Denteon a d ' surrounding county demands spec- ialties in trade, he decided to est-' lublish a business confined exclu- Menjou and Do.oreii Cos- lively to boots, shoes, hats *nd above- appear currently at caps. The specialty dealer gets theatre in "King of tho the latest styles, obtained his goods at lowest wholesale prices and necessarily keeps a more com- softly raiaed> folIowe<1 „ a ^ p'ete assortment and larger stock ing „oige as of someoneVtryin,? to vv,in hi- line than the nucel aneous crawl through an aperture that merchant from which to select. ; wag too sma„ for hin) He QUt Mr. Tibbs has hats of every: of be<l and waa fee]in? hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 March 1939

SOCIETY NOTES FIimm Your Society N«w to Pbona NO PImm Musical Program At Alpha Delphi Meeting Tuesday Mrs. C. B. Middleton was chair- man of the interesting program on mu^ic given at the regular meeting of the Alpha Delphi club Tues- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Guy Vinnedge,, 33<1 Wes- Gandy. Mrs. S. E. Blister, club presi- dent, conducted a brief business meeting, during which routine matteis were discussed, Mrs. Bris- ter introduced Mrs. William Jam ison as a new member of the cul- ture c ub. Mrs. Jamison is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Patterson, 1001 W. Bond. A clever paper. "Tune Up—and Tune In," relative to radio faui- sical programs, was cleverly giv- en by Mrs. J. M. Roddy and Mrs. Paul Wilson gave an interesting discussion of modern composers. A special feature of the pro- gram was the appearance of Mis* Thelma Braun, one of the out- standing pianists of Denison in a beautiful rendition of Polichineile, by Rachmaninoff and Claire d< Lune by Debussy. Count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 March 1939

u "a m* kit* lor for |oTl1 | to at lit .Hi L I (\ • im. • r *>iiir •• mi lymmmmrnm WEATHER DEN (SON AND VICINITY •# Cloudy and warmer today and Friday THE DENISON PRESS T.fl EMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, March 2, 1939 1 DAILY EXdtPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980-DAILY 1934 VOL- 5—NO. 204 Pope Piu XII EUGENIO P AC EI. LI Capt. Clay and O'Neal To Be Banquet Speakers Largest Attendance in His- tory of Annual Event is Expected, FDR Reveals. Pacelli Is Named New Pope Cardinals Write Out Ballots and Drop Them On Plat- en; Close Record is Kept. VATICAN CITY, March 2 (UP) Cardinal Pacelli, for years, papal secretary of state under the late Pope Pius XI, late today was elected as the new Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. The new pontiff will assume the name of Pope Pius XII, and will be instated in a ceremony less than two weeks off. Pacelli was elected on the see- ond ballot of the day. VATICAN CITY, March 2 (UP) —A thin pe'neil-like plume of jet bla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 2 March 1939

Mb two 1 M r ,v ass THE DENISON PRESS Established In 19S0 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main SS9 THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, March 2,1939 Issued Daily Bxcept Sunday Dedicated to cl an and responsive jrovermnenf te individual and civic integr ty; to individual ami civic cemmerciai progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-clans authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS, Care l>«ni on Press will be given adversers desiring blina ddres > . SUBSCRIPTION FUTES One Week H'c One Month - SSc Three Months (In advance) 00c Six Months (in advance) $1.76 One Year (in advance) — $3.50 (Wthin Bone 1) Six Months by Mail (in anvance) $1.25 One Year by Ma.I (in advance) $2.00 OHARGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* tinviny telephone listed in their own name and up an agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added un unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first inBert on. CXOS1NG HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi be published the same day. CANCELLAT...

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