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

thurs.. ocrr. 3rd, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS PAGE TURKS Yellow Jackets YEA JACKETS LET'S GO! IP FOOTBALL Tomorrow Nite MUNSON FIELD S P. M. SHARP 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Spring*, There (Sulphur Springs 18, peniaon 24) S<-pt. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Denison 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKinney 6-Denison 6) Oct. 4—Graham, Here Oct. 11—Bonhain, There Oct. 18—To Remain Open Oct. 25—Sherman, Here Nov. 1—'Suniet (Dallas), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open JVov. IS—p.inesville, There Nov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29— Parii, Her* Hit 'Em Hard.... JACKETS BEAT GRAHAM! FOOT 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur fprin|i, There (Sulphur Springe 18, Denison 24) Sept. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Denison 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKinney 6-Denison 6) Oct. 4—-Graham, Here Oct. 11—{To Remain Open Oct. 18—Bonham, There Oct. 25—Sherman, Here Nov 1—Sunset (pallas), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open Nov. IS—Gainesville, There Nov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29—t'aris, Here...

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

i PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURS., OKJT. 3rd, 1940 Fhon« Society News Pot Of Gold Shower Party For Recent Bride Mrs. Charles Raymond Murphy] Jerry Gorman, Paul W. Leeper bride oi' a few days, found the p B Moreland ftolbert Slaydor. pot of gold at the end of th_* jr., Mary Bond, Dan Bond, Miss Fairy Virginia Wieninger, Miso Frances (Dyer, Mrs. Kollert, Miss ruinibow Wednesday afternoon, et a njiscellaneous shower party, giv- en in her honor by Mrs. John Ko1 lert and Miss Faye Collins i.t the senior Murphy's home on West Morton. Streamers of rainbow colored rfUbons wound through the house leading to the pot of gold, which was a large basket filled with lovely gifts for the newly weds' iow home. The home, built a.vi furnished by the grdftm's parents, Mr. and . Mrs C. B. Murphy on Route 2, was their wedding gift <to their children. The young Mrs. Murphy is the former Miss Doris Marie York of iDuirr.nt, and she and Mr. Murphy were married on September 21. | Highlighting the aftern...

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

/ /' WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Generally fair and cool today and Saturday REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNI1 DENISON PUBLISHED DAILY RXCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp IMILY NEWSPAPBK 35c PER MONTH PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, OCT. 4th. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 Japan Threatens War On United States; Hitler, Mussolini Meet At Brenner Pass Again VOL. 7—NO. 88 I 1 ! EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Tip: Has there been a news story that a new building for Kiaft Cheese corporation will be erected soon? From what we hear engineers have been here for sev- eral days making plans. It would house the Parkay department . . . Paul Harrison tells how one fan at a premiere yelled: "Why there's When told of her mis- the fan came back with: "I thought it was Garbo, she was —... i'„dressed so shabbily" . . . And then gftfis on to recount how a direct- , oi' commented to an actress: "You have eyes like Hedy—Hedy Can- tor" . . . The new March of Time, revealing how newsmen have to sift foreign news t...

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

r PACK TWO THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY. OCT. 4th. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS EetatolUhed In IDS* Telephone No. SO* Office of Publication 007 W 1_W I LeIUDY M. ANDERSON 71.i-ROY M. ANDERSON Jr. LOUIS V. ANDERSON ...„M J. O. ROLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Mala Editor Mechanical Svp't. City Editor Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,>Chl -ago, ui. " Dedicated to clean and responsive govermuen J to individual and civic integrity; to individual ani' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS,' Care l)eni on Pmi will U giv i advertisers desiring blind addr II* - lie _ 90c $1.71 $8.60 SUBSCRIPTION KATES dne Week ...— jee Month Three Months on advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons hnving telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill b. presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private aceonntr aftar 80 days from 'dat...

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

FRIDAY, OCT. 4th, 1940 T-v ■ * ' ,• ;C THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRB1 WW DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By dulce murrat • October 4, 1878 last legislature to make the pro- rah and the eclat of a conqueror, per appropriations for the amount nllowed us by the state for school purposes, the most stringent econ- omy will be required in order to satisfy the just demands of the teachers as far as posible, until the meeting of the next legisla- ture. Nearly three thousand bales of cotton, consigned to the North Texas Compress, are standing in a subscription list will be circu- ^ f lated today among our citizens for the M. K. & T. yards. the purpose of raising sufficient Twenty-six cars were loaded means to dig a well on the public Tuesday with compressed cotton at school grounds. This is certainly the compress. Twenty-five can a praise-worthy dbject and one of were shipped north and one car great importance. The water for south. the use of the school children is Two hundred and twenty-nine n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 October 1940

- Vp ■ Page four the denison press FRIDAY, OCT. 4th, 1040 — if- SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour SoeUty New* To 100 David Munson \ Elected Mayor Of Central City Fdinmine leadership bowed to male superiority Wednesday at Central Ward school, when David Munson was elected Mayor ot Central City to succeed his sister Peggy Munson who served in that important capacity last year. The annual election of officers is car- ried out in accurate form simihr. to the election of the city officials oftoenison, i.ntf the Central City organization is .built on the exact measurements of Denison's Com! mission form of government. To begin the election, three commissioners are elected by pop ular ivote, after each student cit'- zen had paid a poll tax, then tr.e commissioner receiving the great- est number of votes, is made ma-1 yor. With Mayor Munson will be Frank Clevenger and Jeane MecV. :rm. Frank will be superintendent of the water department, ana Jean will have charge of thel buildings and grounds. The c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1940

m WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and cooler today and Sunday THE DENISON riSSLMHKD DAILY &XCBPT SlfNOAY YOUR HOMEXJWNE^ DAILY NEWSPAPER 86c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SAT., OCTOBER 5t| , 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 89 New Phase Of German Offensive EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON 'Denison fans accepted the fact l&st night that the Jackets had a little more than they could handle in Graham high, the best outfit they have met this season, most have given up the idea the Jack- ets might hold Sherman to a .close score . . . Sherman last night de- feated McKinney high 52-0, which must have been something or oth- er because J. B. Head doesn't believe in running up a large Bcore. Dentop fell to underrated Bunhnm, 25 to 6 and Paris wal- loped Sulphur Springs, 22 to 6. . . Side note to Bill Woodside and i , ..Orville Lee: Wp believe you now j ■ \ shat the Paris Wildcats have some- j f thing, but wait until you hit the district, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1940

page two ^§4 THE DENISON PRESS r.*V 7M . • ■ THE DENISON PRESS Cat blUh*d In IBM Telephone No. >00 Office of Pub lie* Moo 607 W Mai LeR/OY M.~ANDERSON Editor LeltOY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical S'jp't LOUIS V.. ANDERSON Ctty Editor 1. O." HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News- paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,vChi ;ago, 111. I*. Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen «o individual and civic integrity ; to individual am' civic commercial progreas. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denlaon Frees 'will be giv< i advertisers desiring blind addro—ss. SUBSCRIPTION KATES <)ne Week -....—_— Joe Montk Three jMontha Ain advance) J Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) II* Stc 90c .... $1.71 18.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereom having, telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill <ii. presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account) if tor 80 days f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1940

SAT.. OOTOBER 5tih, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE THRE1 ( DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY m October 5, 1878 The senatorial and conRreKBion- u! committee selected to investi- gate the condition of affairs in the Indian Territory, arrived in this city Friday afternoon in a special train from the north. The following gentlemen, members of the Board of Trade, Messrs. Mul- tohiii, Dr. Feild, H. Tone, Peck and Jesse Cook left Kenmon on the noon train, going as far oa Atoka, where they met the spe- cial containing the commissioners, and tendered them the hospitali- ties of the Gate City. On the ar- rival of the distinguished guests, they were escorted to carriages in waiting and driven through the city. The olbject of the commis- sion is to thoroughly investigate the condition of affairs in the Indian Territory, and ascertain the views of prominent citizens of the Territory regarding the transfer of Indian affairs from the civil to the war department. Judge Boone, of Kentucky, has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 October 1940

f PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SAT.. OCTOBER 5th. 1940 j SOCIETY NOTES Phon# Society News Mr#. Hugh Baldwin Honoree At Shower As a compliment to her niece, Mrs. Hugh Baldwin, who before her recent marriage was Miss Lois Beckham, Mrs. Paul Jennings entertained last night with a shower jparty at her home, 101 W Heron. Mrs. Baldwin is the daughter oI Mr ana' Mrs C L Beckham and Mr Baldwin's parents are Mr and Mrs B W Baldwin, and the mar riage ceremony for the two was performed at the Beckham home Saturday, Sepemiiber 21. Mr. Baldwin is co-owner ana' manager of the Baldwin Farm Dairy _na the couple reside on Wallis Lane south of Denison. For her party Mrs. Jennihgs used a profusion of roses -in<i dahlias to decorate the entertain ing rooms. Masses of red roses E banked the living room mantle, and vases of the dahlias and oth- er roses, with, pink accented were placed through the house. A col- or scheme of pink and white was carriefi out in appointments and refreshments. A series of c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1940

I ' K1 i WEATHER DENfSON AND VICINITY Cloudy and cooler todiiy and Tuesday REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS H RESS PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOMEOWNER 1 DAILY NEWSPAPER S5c PER MONTH DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, OCT. 7th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 89 German Forces In Rumania; Hungary Demands I EVERDAY DENISON Uy LOUIS ANDERSON British To Communicate * s Strangely enough, this corner hasn't heard a whisper against the new coaching staff here eyten if their Jackets haven't won but one and tied one in four attempts this season. The majority of fans be-| lieve the Jackets just haven't got what it takes to get along in fast competition, a belief in which we cannot concur at all . . . Confi- dentially the boys are beginning to call us Finger because every- titne we pick a team to win, it's like putting the finger of death yn it . . . Best cartoon of the ^Jmonth shows a rifle' range with cockeyed women's hats as targets. The manager is telling a pal: "Since we ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1940

Page two THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, OCT. 7th, 194 > THE DENISON PRESS Kstabll*h*d In 10t* Telephone No. 10# Office of Publication 607 W. M>:i LeRJDY mtaNDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical S'.ip't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News- paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,"*Chi (•ago, 111. _ "jk.. Dedicated to clean and responsive goverunien j individual and civic integrity; to Individual tur civic commercial progreu. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Prni will b« fW' i advertisers desiring blind addreaMa. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week 1* Jtie Month SSc Three Months via advance) 90t Six Months (in advance) ... $I.7fc One Year (in advance) $8.50 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from personi having telephone Hsted in their own name and np on agreeing to remit when bill -ii. presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account, aftarSOdays from date of 1 ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1940

THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, OCT. 7th, 1940 page thexa I Round Up Antelope by Plane 1 'An airplane will replace hurd-^ riding horsemen when the Texas Game, Fish and Oyster Commis- sion resumes the trapping of an- telope in West Texas next month, it is announced by the executive secretary of the Game Depart- ment. Trapping of antelope on over-grazed' areas and the trans- porting of them to less heaivilv grazed land is necessary because of the fleet game animals will not junup fences higher than three feet. The Game Department, using a technique developed by the New Mexico Game Department, trap- ped nearly 300 antelope nea>' Sterling City last fall. Horsemen were used to round up the ante- lope and arive them through a series of pens into u net corral, where they were picked up, placed in crates and transported to their new homes, some times more tht«n 200 miles distant. Despite the fact antelope are extremely wild when attempts are made to drive them, so successful was the trapping o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 October 1940

Miss Genelle Hays Bride of R. McHam Miss Genelle Hays, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J H Hays of Rice. ui>:d Ralph M McHam, son of Mrs 1 H Kelly of Paris were married Sunday evening before the fern Ibunked altar of the First Baptist church, with the Rev J F Murrell reading the marriage vows. The bride was dressed in pow- der blue sheer wool with black fur trim, and black accessories Her corsage was of bronze snat>- drapons. She wore a gold brace- let that had been her mother's wedding jewelry. She was attended Iby Miss Tom- mie Hays of Rice and' Miss Scel- oustine Buchanan. Tol'bert Mur- rain was Mr McHftm's best wai Tubers were .T T Kratiger and F V. Marvin. Robert Whitley lighted the altar candles. .Terry Woody played the wed-1 dins marches , and before the c remonv Alice Joy McDonald t'hiypd "Oh Promise Me." on the fc?ordion; and Mrs. L D Thayer Halloween Picnic Planned By Juniors At Saturday Meeting 1 A Hallowe'en wiener roast at Loy Lake tomorrow night will feature the enterta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 October 1940

■ ■■ WEATHER DENfSON AND VICINITY Pair and warmer today und Wednesday THE _ rimjLiaH«) QAILY EXCBTT SCNOAY YOUR HOME-OWNS^ IM1LY NEWSPAPER Sic PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS TUESDAY, OCT. 8th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 91 Japanese Informed Burma Road To Be Opened EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Foreign Funds To Be Delivered Soon i - WASHINGTON, (Oct. 8—The Rev. Harry Lee Virden, chap- Sen(Jte tod ha(J sed bm lain in the national guards here, banks p aome has no need to worry about the $ year service he w.n be cal ed mto on t jn J next month. His Episcopal vestry' * to has offered him a year's leave The State Fair will have a regis- j payees certified by accredited for- leign representatives recognized by tratlon booth Oct. 16 and will'the state department. The meas- a register all men, no matter where they live in the nation . . . Milo J. Warner,- national commander of the American Legion, assisted in formation of the Ohio AL and h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 October 1940

THE DENtSON PRESS Katalblishsd tn 1 • Telephone No. (00 Offiea of Publication 807 W. Mad* population of 1,172,000 more tihan Michi- gan, still that state will be cal led on for something like 50,000 men vhiU Texas will be expected to furnish only 8,000 LeR/DY M. ANDERSON Editorjf<)r training L(?ROY M. ANDfcRSON Jr Mechanical Sup't On the same basis Oklanoma will bo expected to furnish some 1,600 men while the State of Kansas will be asked for 10,- 500 althoju'ifh it has a. population of half .i million less than Oklahoma. LOUIS V. ANDERSON Ctty Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* The quotas are said to have arrived at papor Representatives, Inc., Wriglsy Building,^Chi through "ail unofficial though approved ■-1" —■— fornilula," and is thought to be approxi- Dedicated to clean and responsive governnien 1 , , ♦o individual and civic integrity; to Individual amc fmately Correct as to the method ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 October 1940

TUESDAY. OCT. 8th, 1940 COURTS lll'TEENTIi DlillllCT COUK < II. M. CAUTJSU. JU1JUK New Suit* Filed John Williams vs Pearl Wil- liams divorce. Jacob Chambers vs 'Minnie Lou Chambers, divorce. Emma Roxton vs Charlie Rox- ton, di'vorce. Divorce* Granted lieta Cotton vs. Marshall Troy Cotten, divorce grunted and pi-ill- tiff's former name of Ireta Fin- nty is restored. Rosemary Sudduth Richter vs. Valentine Richter, divorce grant- ed. Laura Lindsey vs W T Lindsey, tiir.'orce granted'. Bessie Rannals vs Owen Haskell Rannals, divorce. Myrtle Pratt vs Charles Pratt, divorce graned and plaintiff's former name of Myrtle Orr is re- stored. * J H Allen vs Veola Allen, di- vorce granted. , . THE DENISON PRESS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE New Siuta Filed Lurah B House vs N K House, uivorce. Denison Auto company vs B B Bruckett, debt. Automobile Registration* J E Armstrong, Sherman, Pord coac'h. Marriag* Licenie* J J Huggins and Mrs Maud Winkley Durant, Okla. Brady (Bill) Mayo and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 October 1940

f \? I s I PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, OCT. 8th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society New* To 100 Council Groups * First 'Christian Plan Activities Plans for sending cookies and fruit to the Juliett Fowler's Or- phan's home in Dallas, were marie lit group meetings of the First Christian Women's Council Mon day, and other activities ached uled included a hobby show a; the church and a rummage sale. Mrs Ben F. Hearn visited eajh| group ana' spoke briefly aibout the meeting which will 'begin at tho| church next week. She also called attention to the district meet-l ing of the missionary group tw Greenville Oct. 10. The Esther group, -whose chai inan is Mrs E L Hailey, met oil «he W F Wenckens home, 419 W Ondv, with Mrs. Frank Kent presiding in the absence of Mrs. Hailey. Mrs Wenckens led the de-1 motional and refreshments were served after the meeting to ten members. The Gleaners met with Mrs. J B McGeehon, 521 W Morgan Mrs F M Case is chairman of th < grout). Mrs P W Burt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 October 1940

m II ' ill WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Pair and warmer today and Thursday THE PUBLISHED DAILY RXCKPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 86c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED., OCT. 9th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 92 Shanghai Americans Ask Quicker Evacuation Grayson Draft Boards Named AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. 9 — The names of 841 draft boards for Texas, selected by Gov. W. Lee EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Oklahoma and Texa U. students trill invade Dallas this weekend to provide more fireworks and fun than the state fair or football game of their schools. You have- n't had fun until you make the dance at the Baker afterwards, where, as one guy told us yester- day, it's sure drunk out tonight . . . Those who met him, said Gov. W. Lee, here last night, was a nice fellow and very cordial. It takes (patience for a man to shake sev- eral thousand hands a day and not go nuts . . . Bob Hope was up to his usual self last night, abetted toy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 October 1940

PAGES TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS WED., OCT. 9th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS Kataibllahed lit X l« Telephone No. lot* ' Office oi Public*tlon 807JW. M ia LeWOY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDEUSON Jr Mechanical Sup't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON Ctty Editor J. O. HOLL1S Business-Advartl&ing Manager mm Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newn ?aper B«T>refentativeB, Inc., Wrigley Building,**Chi i*ago, 111. «. ; | Dedicated to clean and reoponalve governnien ]| to Individual and civic integrity; to Individual an^i civic counmerclrJ progreaa. ' BOX NlfM HERS, Care Denlaon Prttu will be giv. i\ advertisers desiring 'blind addrt 111 _ tic — 90c $1.75 is.fto SUBSCRIPTION KATES \>ne Week Joe Month Three Mont-a vin advance) . Six Months (in advance) —_ Ore Year (in advance) CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per com having telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill - it. presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private aceountr f...

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