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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1940

THURS., AUGUST 29, 1940 DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By nULCE MURRAY the denison p^-ess PAGE THREE Augu>t 29, |1878 A member of the Courier force dropped in lust night among his friends, the greenbackers, while they were in council in the court- house. At the time, the club way engaged in the discusttion of the establishment of a greenback pa- per in this county. A member stated that the Denison Herald proposed to be a red-hot green- back paper from now until after the November election provided the clubs would take out, and pay, in advance, for one thousand copies of the paper at 50 cents per copy. Brother Smith was of the opinion that they should have a permanent organ. A meriiber inquired as to what would be done if the Herald, after getting the five hundred dollars, didn't prove to be a red-hot organ. "Why, then," responded a member, '.the Herald will promptly pay back the five hundred dollars." A peculiar smile spread over the countenances oi most of the members and there were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 August 1940

W' ■ SATURDAY, AUG. 31st, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Your Soeiwty THE DENISON PRESS Saunders Freels Will Be Married To 3herman Girl I Saunders Precis, son of Mrs. A. M. Free I s and the lwte Dr. Arthur Freels, will take- as his bride, 'Miss Margaret Jane Stout, daughter of Dr. and Mrs H. L. Stout of Sherman, in a ceremony to be read at St. Stenl Mr. Shirley reading the service, on July 16. Miss Kuth Raggett and Kaymond Beggs attended the cou- ple. Both Mr. and Mrs. Preston are graduates of the Denison high school, and Mrs. Preston studied nursing at St. Vincent's hospital in Sherman. Mr. Preston is em- ployed by the government engin- eers at work on the. Denison dam. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. > George Allen Kelt and family> | She is expected to return to Deni-, son this weekend. Mrs. A. W. Frazier, 901 W. Owing, has returned home after an extended visit with relatives in Oklahoma City. hen's Episcop; I church on Octob- They wiH reside temporarily at er 16. The announcement of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1940

v\\\ 8 FoBIJ-SHED DAILY, EKCEPT ■■■■ SUNDAYHB^^H YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY I Light showers lute today and Saturday 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY. AUG. 30th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VQL. 7—NO. 69 Rumania Forced To Cede Part Of Transylvania EVERDAY DENISON Hy LOUIS ANDERSON 0 ( You have to hand it to the school board here for cooperation. Coach Pat Pattison was to take but about 35 boys on the football camp next week but the board men stepped in and told him to kick up the number as he liked and they would foot the bill. Denison high might not win the district football championship this fall, but it won't be because of no cooperation . . . The Texas sec- tion of the American Society of Civil Engineers, holding its fall (Continued on Paza «) Transient Is Shot; Attacker Is Held Here Wilma Mallett, 36, a transient, was seriously wounded this morn- ing about 5:30 when he was al- legedly shot in the bac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1940

rAGE TWO r ■■ THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 30tk, Id40 THE DENISON PRESS Eatiaibllahed tn 1M« Telephone No. 199 Offle* of Pabllcatlon 907 W. Mala LeRJDY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Aieclianlcai Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLI3 Busine.sH-'Advertuing- Manager <SH Issued Dally Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newt* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrifl«y Baildin/^Cht cityo, 111. . Dedicated to clean and responsive govenuuen } n> individual and civic integrity; to individual ant' civic commercial progress. box NUMBERS, Care Denison Praaa will be gtr* i advertisers desiring blind 4dr*-~ SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week It* One Month lie Three Months (in advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) — — $1.76 One Year (in advance) 98.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereon* having telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill«i . presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account# after 30 days from da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1940

FRIDAY, AUG. 30th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY ' he^dijplerpd the climax by de-' jauntily over the chain. H« v*u!t- J street, wh*re a re«#ption was held ' claring that Jennings was acting' ed, but by one of those pefvesities and a most enjoyable evening as a tool of the democrats. At'of luck which are forever crop-'spent. After the reception Mr. the sound of that word the colored'ping up when they are least neeii- and Mrs. Kerr proceeded to their brethren present picked up their' ed, his toe caught on the chain home, 613 East Gandy street, ears and manifested a desire to be'and he took a header into the roadJlMrs. Kerr is a graduate of St. permitted to forthwith vote on the that made his neck crack. His hat | Xavier's academy and has spent other side. Jennings was ever- lastingly squelched. A visiting |Argu t J30, 1878 member was invited to addre>s Greenbackers in council: Tha the club- did so. ussuring all newspaper question settled, J, W. t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 August 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, AUG. 30th', 1040 SOCIETY NOTES Phon# Sociatj Junior Lodge ,Will Practice For Parade Jackets To Leave On Camp Sunday | iMefmlbers ol the der Talley Juniors 'will meet Saturday W. 0. W. hall at Dora Aluxan- of the Fore*, afternoon in 3 o'cock io; their final practice period before the Labor Day, parade in which they will take part. Junior members dressed ia white uniforms with their red, white and blue caps marked with the *W. O. W. insignia and the rame of the junior organization, will carry the United States flajr, the Texas flag and the lodge col- ors in the parade. They are t meet! at the lodge hall at 9 o'cocl. Monday morning to take their place in th« procession. Saturday's meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Joe Capell'e, jun- ior supervisor who urgently re- quests all 'members to attend. Bridge Event < 1 Honors Visiting Denison Women Honoring Mrs. Max Sims Lale of Sapulpa, Okla., and Mrs. A. G. Weaver of New Orleans, who art Visiting in Den...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

H: . 'I fc fl I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy today and Sunday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED DAJHLY, BKCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 95c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, AUG. 81, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—-DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 60 Germans Retaliate To British Raid On Berlin THOUSANDS TO PARTICIPATE IN LABOR DAY PARADE, FESTIVITIES rumani/Tagrees to nazi bases EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • «l Big Jim Parley, best liked of all new dealers, democrats or republi- cans, steped down out of his post after acting for seven years as good-will ambassador to the pub- lic, smoothing over mistakes of the Rooseveltian t dministration. He leaves the cabinet still a staunch democrat, but very much against a third term for 'fDR . . . Farley, who gets a big kick out of dropping in on postoffice em- ployes over the nation recalls how, passing through Memphis, Tenn., he told the employe at the only window open "I'm J!m Parley." The empl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

f. I *' TAGE TWO *y"~—■ • :~y- ■ srj^V.', THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Eat ibli*h*d to 1UI Telephone No, >00 Office of Publication ««7 W. MaH LeWDY M. ANDERSON, Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday Natioual advertising representative Inland News- paper Representatives, Inc., WrifUy Building,v Cbi eago, ILL • Dedicated to elean and responsive governmen ; to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc civic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Ft—m will be fiv< i advertisers desiring blind addreaaea. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week One Month rhree Months (in advance) Six Months (in advapce) One Year (in advance) _ lit lie 0O< $1.76 $3.6( CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from peraom having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill U presented. 11 per lent will be added on unpaid private accountt after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

VS ^ArrURDAY, AUG. 31st, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Texas has 32,980 miles of one-third of the nation's total of crude oil pipe 110,580 miles. lines, or metir'.y THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEi! K VWE'UL 6W£ HIM ANOTHER- CHAMCE- YE S, VER. .HOKJOR. THIS PAI2HV HAS BEEfO B&0U6HT BEFORE VOU A' DoiEKI TIMES BEFO&e.HE REFUSES To STOPi HOLDING UP PEDESTRIANS //^N rvL m AND^BB IWTIKWATIONAI. CARTOON CO W < DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY m — - • - • Augutt 31, 1878 Mr. Largue, a gentleman large- ly interested in the Denison gan to follow. To most persons, to keep the matter of a wreck secret, seems the height of folly as such a course only leads to the wild- est rumors. If the truth were told, told, it would put a check on the exaggerated reports. No ice in town Friday morning except that which our enterpris- ing Mr. Yeidel had ordered from Dallas. Yeidel, knowing that the supply was about exhausted, telc- of north from the city of Paris, sometime since, u white man nam' ed Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

THE DENISON PRESS fiATURiDlAY, AU:G. 31;it, 1940 VJA| •wwASfJWMWfJWWSfJwwViWvwvwwwvwssssiVsssjwsss* ^v«^^vAWA^^^w^wA^VA^^^VAV.VAWlWA^^^VAmw.vAVA^v/.v.v.,AV.,A^ wwwwwAftflAAWAVwwflflAA/wwrtWVWWWW*AWVWiArtrtftft/Y La| N$l M R • •1 . t HI _. «",«! f; .•;• -fii :••.'•,5;.rv.::"/;..'.-i;y. v.:;.- '• De| was t)enid in mJ umngl The J offictT with FRIENDLY HAND-SHAKE Symbol Of . . . Friendliness Between LABOR And Business TO THE BIG DENISON a - OLD GLORY Waves On FOREVER The American Federation Of L abor Is 100 Per Cent American! LABOR DAY CELEBRATION MONDAY, SEPT. 2 HUNDREDS OF FLOATS BANDS AND CITIZENS WILL BE IN LINE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS BRING YOUR FAMILY ? ■ . ?■:, . 4, ..J5 I.,,"' * - k' ■'/ ii GIGANTIC FIRE WORKS DISPLAY AT FOREST PARK MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS BRING YOUR FRIENDS <As i; This Page Sponsored and Paid For by the following American Feder- ation of Labor Affiliated Groups: Laborers Local 1452 Painters Local $36 Carpenters Local 371 Plumbers Union Local 325 Electricians L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

SATURDAY, AUG. 31st, 1940 Labor Papers o t #/ Have Negligible Success In City Denison's first labor paper was a publication issued an the Denison Labor journal, published in magazine form and with 4 col- umns to the page, with a cover. bered something like a score M. Oppenheimer, a clerk in a lo- cal store at the time, was the head o fthe council and the secretary, The publication was printed in the ™ rnM Ha'ey' The '°Cal """ office of the Anderson " ' ' 1 ions dld with the type set in the office. | be a general custom—letting the At the time of the magazine be- labor paper have a rough road to ing launched the Denison Typo-j travel in the way of popular sub- graphical union No. 333 had just' scriptions—and they all soon died been organized and the local un-|«ut. In all there were about ions affiliated with the Trades three different labor publications council, as it was tljen called, num-! started, at last all of them sing- not back the publication Her'iUl Up Very We"' aS Provec' '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

t 5f'• THE DENISON PRESS SAfrtJlHOAY, |AUiG. 31st, 1940 VAVWAV/ .WiAftWAVV/AWAVwV. V/AVVV.WAW.W.NVWAWVVW.,.,.VAV,.,.V.,,V.V.\V.UW.".V.V. LABOR i I | ! I Attend THE DENISON LABOR DAY CELEBRATION MONDAY, SEPT. 2 ■ " . :• VXM688mm& asm an ETINGS ► - v* ' ■■ >' -"it Welcome To The DENISON LABOR DAY CELEBRATION MONDAY, SEPT. 2 The Cooperation of the Following Civic Minded Business Firms and Individuals have Made Possible The Publication oS This Page. ^ > . ... « Uama A nnllnminn Tt^livn itllVA A lit A flll T\nlt QQ JOHN C. SEALE BUILDING CONTRACTOR "Our L#>or is 100%, Union Labor" ROCKWELL'S JEWELRY STORE ^COMPLIMENTS OF*..... U. S. CLOTHING CO. DAD and LAD'S RHEA FURNITURE CO. M. K. JONES PHONE 488 , 306 W. CHESTNUT BUD THOMAS LOI-MAC PHARMACY ii si 7 w. MAIN JOE INZENGAsn W. MAIN SHOE REPAIRING SHOP YOtfR SHOES HAVE TWO LIVES When they're new—When we repair them DE LUXE CAFE FEHR'S BROWNBILT SHOE STORE Shoes For The Whole Family 414 W. MAIN WITZ PALACE HOTEL FRED'S LUNCH 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

■ SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Denison, Free Of 1 PAGE 3EJVEN Labor Troubles, Is Study For Others H.v Denison, since its beginning, as 'been a city known to be iu \orable and friendly to organized lubor. White there have been 'slight frictions at timed, in th*. adjustment periods of its relation to industry, the trouble over a period of 62 years has been fad- ing to a vanishing point until to- day there ia not to be found any community with so munyi hiei> and labor organizations that can point to a finer record of cooper ation. It is due to the fact that itt> leadership are men of seasoned experience, level-hen d'edness and proven ability. They have found long ago that troubles may ba best settled by friendly discussion and conferences with the employ ers, rather than .byi mandatory and imperious demands. The first labor trouble to fc.ce ^Denison was of course that of railroad and telegraph employee*, since the town was primarily a railroad town with hundreds of ■...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 August 1940

'.W'.-ftfT?; " - . PAGE EIGHT THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, AUG. 31. 1940 1 SOCIETY NOTES Social? News Phone Your Read-Simonson Wedding Service Is Head Friday (At 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the First Christian church, witlh the Rev. Ben F. Hearn, offi- ciating, Miss Giudjls Simonson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0- Simonson of 1201 Bond was married to J. 'Malcolm Read, sen of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Read of ©eport. Miss Ethel Neef attend- ed the foride as maid ol honor and Archie Harrison of Paris acted us best man. Miss Hayes played the nuptial music. The bride Is a graduate of the Iocs.I 'high school and Texas Chris- tian University. Mr- Read was educated in De- port and Paris and is in the ]in4urance .business tin tD&ll&l where the couplo will reside at 104 S. Windoinere. Musical Program At First Christian Sunday Evening 1 iWith Mrs. Manuel Brent a* the organ and Marion Lyje play- ing the violin, a special musical program will be given at the eve- ning worship hour at First Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 September 1940

*•) WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINHTY Partly cloudy today and Sunday THE DENISON PFBU-SHED DiAiLY, S*CEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp IMILY NEWSPAPER 55c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. &rd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 61 German-British War Starts SecondYear Actively Death List Of 500 Expected NEW YORK, Sept. 3—(Deaths in the nation from accidents dur- ing Labor day weekend were ex- pected to reach five hundred. Already 220 persons were re- ported to have been killed in car wrecks since last 'Friday with Cal- ifornia heading the list with 35 fatalities. By far the worst mishap wua near Washington when a Pennsyl- vania Central Airline transport crashed and exploded, taking 25 lives, one Senator Earnest Lun- deen of Minnesota. •Statisticians said the Labor day weekend fatalities were much low- er than had been expected. Secret Television Torpedo Plane In Hands Of U. S. Government Iy9,S ANKjELES, Sept. 3—-Dr. greatest use of such ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 September 1940

tage two THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, SEPT 3rd. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS latetoliahed la im Telephone No. Ml Office of Publication 807 W. M*l* LeRJDY M."ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical 9 .ip't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advsrtlsing Manager ling, job.' organize whole-heartedly to do the Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newn paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building1,MJhl c*go, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive govermaen J ♦o individual and civic integrity; to Individual a cm' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon rrees will he advertisers desiring blind addroaaea. T SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week — — Otie Month Three Months (in advance) liU Months (in advance) — One Year (in advance) ._... SSc 9 Or $1.71 18.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable frbm TU Utkving telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bilT ii. presented* 1G per :<mt will be added on unpaid private a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 September 1940

TUESDAY, SEPT. i&rd, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULGB MURRAY September |3, 1878 On the 20th of last montlj, hh announctiTat the time, the prem- ium 5ale of cotton grown in Gray- son county, was sold in this city and purchased by Samuel Star & Co. It was shipped to St. LouisI aconite> and consigned to Chase & Cabot nianded an examination, and at with instructions from Star & Co. his "quest an inquest was held, to dispose of it for the benefit nnd at which I)fs- Malcolm Bnd of the widows and orphans of the' Berry testified that the death ol yellow fever sufferers. The M. K.! waS ^rom congestion of & T., on being informed of this Ith* brain superinduced by lenv worthy object to which tlie cotton j in , her bed t0° ear,y after c?n" had been dedicated, with its cu"-| finement, and that the atter.uingj tomary liberality, sent it through physician had done everything that free of charge. The bale was sold medicul science demanded. The for $7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour Society Newi To >00 Mi ss Marie McElvaney's Engagement Announced To announce the engagement j 0j .bridal songs. While Miss Kose sad approaching marriage of be* Mary| Eden lighted candles on the daughter, Miss Marie Marsha.1 altar, 'Mrs. Johnson played Autumn Hats for Men Are Colorful as Season 09 + +^** + * , America, New Style Leader, is Setting a Fast Pace in Men's Fashions , McEIvaney, to Dr. William Gre^r Holmes, Mrs. C. T. McEIvaney, entertained with a luncheon at her home, 510 W. Crawford, Sat- urday at noon. ! Miss McEIvaney and Dr Holmes, who is the son of Mr and Mrs. M. J. Holmes of Ros- coe, Texas, will be married or Sept. 21, at the Waples Memorial church with Dr. Guy D. Buff of La Grange, Texas, former teacher of Bible at 'Austin College, read ing the marriage vows. Miss McEIvaney. is a graduate of the Denison high school end, holds M. A. and B. A. degrees from Austin College and is a member...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 September 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINfTY Cloudy and warmer today and Thursday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED IMIILY, EKCGPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNE| DAILY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS — 36c PER MONTH DENISON, TEXAS WED., SEPT. 4th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1931 VOL. 7—NO. 62 Government Moves To Carry Through FDR's Plan demmn " Japs May Mote On Indo-China DENISON By* LOUIS ANDERSON Beat laugh of the month: A let- ter-writer to the Dallas News scored Lynn Landrum and other columnists for imagining they were the only clear thinker-outers in the nation. The letter itself demonstrates the writer attempted to have all the details "figured out" . . . There are not many col- umnists who thing they are super- men mentally. They'll admit in a minute that what they write is merely the opinion of one man. Most are very nble men, too . . . The old International Casino, en- tertainment landmark in New York City for several years, Is being made into a department store. 7'OK.YO, flapan, Sept. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 September 1940

THE DENISON PRESS Established in 191* Telephone No. Silt Office of Publication #07 W. M«..k LeR/DY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLL1S Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New i paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,* Chi •ago, 111. Dedicated to elean and responsive governmen ; jo individual and civic integrity; to individual anr civic commercial progreaa. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Press will be giv< i advertisers desiring blind addreaaea. " SUBSCR IPf ION RAT ES One W eelc One Month ... — Three Months (in advance) lis U( 80c &ix Months (in advance) —— 11.71 One Year (in advance) 13.50 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone liated in thfcir own name and up- on Agreeing to remit when bill >i . presented.. 10 per cent will be added on unp*id private account? ifter 30 daya from date of firat insertion. CLOSING" HOUR: Copy...

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