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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 June 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy today and Tuesday. Probable thundershowers Tuesday THE DENISON 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER V-J- Representative United Pres* and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JUNE 7th, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 292 i i |1~ 9 I POLICE TO HOLD TRAFFIC COURTS Speeders, Double Parkers and Reckless Dri- vers to Feel Brunt of City Police Drive of Future, Assistant Chief Declares Today City police today prepared to fic laws here, according to Assist- begin rigid enforcement of traf-i ant Chief Paul Borem, with traf- fice court held twice weekly for Locate Ruins Of Air Liner in Deep Snow Plane, Lost December 15, 1936, Located Near Salt Lake City by party of four high in Mountain Section DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY violators. Mr. Borem said police Seven Bodies Are Located Ask President To Intervene, Steel Strike Roosevelt is Sought to End Strike in Chicago and Ne- gotiate a Peaceful Settle-J merit With C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 June 1937

— PAGft TWO DENISON PittiS Monday, june 7th, lyal' THE DENISON PRESS j thousands of workers and indicating horn's F>tahll«h.ii !r 1' lepliojio Nt 19S0 ' W# lMutil Dully Except Sunday Ei'.tured as Sn'«i)'l it lh« poat uU'ii'c u.i U i i( March 8. 1879. Mutter June IS, 193(5, Tesa. uoder tit# act SUBSCRIPTION HATES On• W«ek — f° One Mouth Three Months <ln advance) 75c Sis Month* (In advance! fl.Bfl Oue Tear (in advance) 1300 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given adverUsira desiring blind addresses. CJHAHGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed 1c their own name and apori agreeing to remit when bill ia pcwK nted, 10 per cent will be addtd on uppall private acoounta after 39 data from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. in. nrlil h< published the same day. ERRORS The Deniaoa Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. «uu IVmsCS to the point where it seems our simple trust in a Divine hand to help m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 June 1937

MONDAY, JUNE 7th, 1937 Titfl DENlSON PR10SS * COURTS FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed Beulah Eatclle Grapes et vir vs. Sovereign Camp of the Wood- men of the World, debt. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT It. M. CARTER, JUDGE Motion Docket Roosevelt Boyd, motion for ha- Ibeas corpus. Clerk Johnson, motion for ha- beas corpus. Cute* Dispoied Dun McCrary vb. Kansas-Okl?- homa and Gulf Railway company, damages. Judgment for plaintiff. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE IfOY, JUDGE Probate Docket letters of truitrdiarisliip on estate of Ilermus Carroll Moore, minor Realty Transfer* Carrie May Shearin et vir to Maria K. Watt, blocks 37 and 45, Decker's re-plat of Chelsea Pari, addition, Denison; also lots 5 to 20 inclusive, block 7, Boulevar i heights addition, Denison; $1 and other considerations, May fl, 1937. j. l. Inman et al to Zelma Harvey, lot 50 by 195 feet, Blain's addition, Sherman; $1, May 29, 1937. W. H. Robinson et al to Mrs. Muttie H. Robinson, interest in 1,367.5 acr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 June 1937

PAGE FOUR THE DftNlSON FKEisS SOCIETY NOTES Robert G. Ba.1 :r Marries Miss Clorine Christian In Rinj Ceremony Early Sunday > A marriage of wide interest took place Sunday morning at 8 o'clock ■when Miss Clot ine Chris- tian, daughter of Mr*. L. L. Christian, 101 Wes. Hull >treet became the bride of Robert Gal- en Barbour, son of Mrs. W. E. Barbour of Memphis, Tenn., in t double ring ceremony at the home of the bride's mother. Rev. L. R. Lamb, pastu, of the Calvary Baptist church, read the ceremony before an improvised al- tar which was banked with ferns and clusters of magnolia ani gladiola. Light was furnished by tapers burning in floor candela- bra placed at either side of the altar. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, W. C. Baxter of Weslaco, wore o charming frock of white Iris lace made jacket style and trimmed with white moire. Her halo hat was of white felt and held a tiny starched veil. Mrs. Barbour car- ried an old-fashioned bouquet oi daisies. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

rrr it in i i 1)11 i WEATHER DfcNISON AND VICINITY Local thundershowers today and Wednesday ! THE DENISON 7c PER WkkK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 8th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 293 Trades Day Should Be Opportunity To Prospective Buyer Merchants To Show Values Wednesday Every Need of Shoppers In Trade Area to be Display- ed by Denison Business Men, Boosters Fete Wed. Stores Packed With Values Merchants Have Been Pre- paring for Day Past Few Weeks to Give the Best Wednesday is "Melon Slicing Day" at Denison. On that day, value-wise shop- pers of Denison and the Okla- Tex area of the Red River Valley, will be given the opportunity of getting their dividend of extra values—values which Denison merchants have been weeks pre- paring for this carnival ol sell- ing. The merchants of the city have combed the markets for super- values to offer Wednesday, for one day only. Now the mer- chant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

' mc Mi M& M* I :CTWr:-' ',,, "the den1s0n press Est *htl"tied !n l S0 1\ leplioue No. 100 lsnucil Pally Except Sunday Entered as Bmmihi i"ms Matter /una 13. 1#S8. il the post office ul 1' «l ut Town under tlie act f March 8, 1879. Dadicalod tu clean ami r> H|iuoslve government to individual and alTlc lr.t'Krlty; to Individual and civic oommerclai progress. ~~ SUB8CH iPTlON RATES One Week Jc One Mouth J°° Three Month. (in advance) T5c SI* Mont tie (In advance) l - ® One Tear (In advance) IS 00 . * _ - >— i i« BOX NU.U&EKS. Caro D* nlson Press will be glv«n advertise i s desiring blind uddresaes. OliAHGE ACJCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having te ephone listed Hi their own name and upm agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent will be added on uppaM private accounts after 30 duys from date of first Insertion. 'LOSING HOUR: Copy received by # a. in. will b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoo Press will not be responsible for more than one inco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

TUESDAY, JUNE 8th, 1937 THE DENTSON PRESS PAGE THJULB Efforts to revive the raucous Barbary Coast for the 1939 World Pair, have created a furore in San Francisco. f J__ ■— A LIB—IL1L -JLL Kieven western states wiii dis- play their resources in one build- ing at the 1939 Golden Gate Ex- position. * BOOSTER DAY FEATURES at- WEINGARTEN'S MILLINERY 243 HATS VALUES to $2.00 WEDNESDAY 49c 329 HATS EVERY COLOR Plenty of White Values to $2.95 Wednesday 99c WEDNESDAY IS BOOSTER DAY 1 1 ! : 8 : Patco OVERALLS Made right here in Denison . .. and we believe the best overall made and sold for 1 I Compare them with ANY overall for value .... for fit. . . . and for extra long wear. Every pair guaranteed to give completo satisfaction or your money refunded. Check these points of superiority. • SANFORIZED - which means will not shrink one bit. I • Durable 8 ounce white best) denim. • Side and hip pockets have double bot- toms. | • Bar Tacked at 15 points of strain. : ii I •: Constitution Of NYA Aske...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

i PAGS tiiiL l>£NiSiUN FKEiii TUESDAY, JUNE 8th, ldd? ■w-y <- * civl ■m WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9th FOLKS DON'T FAIL TO COME TO DENISON ON THIS BIG DAY There Will be fun, excitement and entertainment for every member of the family. Bring them all!! fek... ... VALUES Will be offered by every Denison Merchant m l; H 9 fs I -> c . r 'Jt x<-- Ji c«s 4 rt It > v/M nsfSZ. J"' yw' A ■l£ 7 - k / fr& rr. ' v i'« k .1.. ik.' ■ — nr % i \ ■M x JHfar- m # i +.K+ izzmiBaMXKx; #< / 7 \ Sji S> \ FREE PRIZES Enter These Contests And Win A $2.00 Merchandise Prize To Enter Any Contest Shown Below, Go to the Place of Business Conducting that Partic- ular Contest and Register Before 4 p. m. The Winner's Name Will Be Posted at that Place at 4:30 p. m. HERE ARE THE CONTESTS AND STORES CONDUCTING THEM Had & [.ad's Store—Man having tihe largest heatl lize. Kitchen's—The tallest man. Perkins Bros.—The person with the laigesl assembled family. Madden's—The oldest dated school book. Newso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

TUESDAY, JUNE dth, 1937 TffE DEN I RON PRRS8 PAGE FIVE COURTS t FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE New Suili Filed Robert Gitnon vs. Anzey Gitson, Ktorce. ^Verneva Jones vs. T. J. Jones, divorce. V UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BRYANT, JUDGE Cases Passed An Injunction sought Saturday fiom Judge Randolph Bryant in federal court by L. J. Petit et a I against Anderson county. Sheriff W. G. Rogers et al to prevent the seizing of marble machines at Palestine _ was potsponed until June 17 at Tyler. Failure of wit- nesses to appear caused the post- ponment, it was stated. Marriage License! C. B. Bly Jr. and Miss Etta Faye Stroude of Annu. W. I. Lamb and Mrs. Emma Bursma of Denison. Sam L. Canup and Miss Ira Ma- rie Sewell of Fate. Robert LaFoy and Mrs. Oilio Maye .Tucker of Sherman, route one. , Everett H. Davis and Miss Ru by Wilson of Dallas. Automobile Registration* Font Milling company of Sher- man, Chevrolet half-ton truck. R. F. Forester of Sherman, Chevrolet 1 1-5 ton truck.| ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 8 June 1937

I>AGE SIX Tildknjusuxs i-Kii&a TUESDAY1, JUNE 8th, 1037 SO err FY NOTES PresbyterL :; '' v ng People's Retreat Will Be Hel i At Woodlake, June 15-17 The Presbyterian Young Pec-, pie's Retreat of the Paris district ■will be held June 15, 10 and IV at Woodlake. This retreat is sponsored by the L)i e unty Pres- byterian Men's clul> 'I which W. J. McGee is president. J. H. Burma of Sherman is general chairman of the event. I Program for the three dflys i# as follows: , June luth: Registration, Sim; ong, devotional, announcements, Sing song led by S'. L. Terry, De- votional, L. R. Hasan; Bible stu- dv. Young People 17 years an', younger led by E. Wilson Cole • Assembly—^. L. Terry in charge: Lunch, Rest and quiet hour. Travel Talk—Dr. Webb, Round Table Discussion—0. L. Hilliard, sports, Supper. June 16th: Morning watch led by Mary Elizabeth Casey, Swim- ming, breakfast, sing song and Devotional, Devotional led by J. STAR TODAY and WEDNESDAY £ It's love on*wheels : with the brak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 June 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY ' Thursday partly cloudy; cooler in east portion THE DBNISON PR 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS,. WEDNESDAY, June 9, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 294 'ALUMNI MEETING AT HIGH SCHOOL ?' ,i Bj \i # t o 1 jn I'- ll d ft >8- ( m featuring the annual meeting oil the Alumni association of the Denison high school Wednesday n.ght, begiwiing at 8 o'clock, will be the unveiling of a bronze pla- que to jMiss Carrie Johnson, da- censed English department head. DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY <J — • June 9, 1875 i (Graham and Donison Exchange greetings: Graham, Young Co., June 7th, 1875, The initial city of the great Texas Coal Belt, to Denison, the Center Mart of North Texas, greetings and con- gratulations on tihe extension ol that eminent adversary of In- dians and thieves, the telegraph. A. B. Kendall. Denison, June 7, C p. m.: Den- ison, the young giant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 June 1937

« {two THE DEN1SON PRESS Established In 1IS0 1 t Telephone No. W# lHutd Dally ttxcept Han flay Entered as Second Class Matter June IS, 1936. it the post otfico at Denison, Textuj under tbe act t March 8, 1879. Dedicated to o'.eaa ana ruepouelv* |ov«rnment; to Individual and «lvla lnte rlty; to Individual and civlo commercial progrusn. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week Tc One Month Z8o Three Months (In advance) ?Sc Sis Month* (la advance) 11.50 One Year (In advance) is.OO I THE DEN ISDN PRESS HOX NUM&E-RS. Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. OUAKOE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persona having telephone listed la their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill Is presented. 10 per cent will be added on uvpald private accounts after SO days from date of first insertion. ,'LOSINQ HOUR: Copy received by a. m. win be published the same day. ERRORS Th« DenlsoQ Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion. OUT OP-TOWN ORDERS for str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 June 1937

WEDNESDAY, June 9, 1937 THE DENISON PTfESS pmjim xsnum HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE J^ORTHJT ASTyyESTgOUTH 7 By Pat Perry • • 1.—What is the record being claimed by Policernun Wiloy W. Fitzgerald of'Anderson, 8'. C.? 2.—Upon whom did Adolp Hit ler confer the grand cross of the German Eagle, Sunday? 3.—What is the central feature of the Puerto Rican exhibit In the Pan American Palace at the Dal- las; Pan American Exposition op- ening Saturday? 4.—Where are Panama hats made? 5.—Who is Countess Pphigenia Castigloni 6.—Name the United State) city that is said to b« the busiest ■ air port in tho world? 7.—Whut is so peculiar about the graves in a burying ground, near Webster, Mass.? 8.—Who aro tho Denisonians that will have active part at the North Texas Conference oi Methodist churches? 9.—'How v'can gardeners con- trol the cutworm or 'army worm' to a marked degree? 10.—Who was the famous op- ;ra baritone that was officially made Embajador Extaordinario for the annAmerican Exposition re- ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 June 1937

PAGE fOUft THE DENISON PRESS WEDNESDAY, June 9, 193? SOCIETY NOTES Missionary To ilSSionary i u j Speak Thursday! Hither And Yon WITH KEN Sure Bets in Entertainment ° [| Miss Leta Mao Brown, relurne.i missionary from India, will speak Thursday morning at 11 o'clock (at the First Christian church, in- troduced by tihe pastor, Rev. Be i F. Hearn. Sherman, Bonhani, MctKinney and a number of oth< ■ surrounding cities have acknov ledged t-heir invitation and ex- pect to send delegates. Young people are especiall> asked to be present and will b? given a special table with Mis* Brown during the noon covered dish luncheon. This is the mis- sionary's only appearance in North Texas and for this reason t yevyone is urged to attend- • GARDEN PARTY OF THE FELLOWSHIP CLASS IS J POSTPONED, ANNOUNCED The Garden party scheduled for Thursday night by members of the Fellowship class of First Bap- tist church, has been postponed until next Monday night, it has be«n announced. Carey Anderson and h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 June 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Scattered showers in North Texaa Friday, Cooler. 7c PER WKEJC A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, June 10, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. -NO. 295 'RANSOM ASKED I f m i I i MISSING WOMAN STONEY BROOK, N. Y.—Mrs. Russian, stated to police that Alice Parsons, who disappeared about noon a middle aged couple from her home about noon Wed- nesday, is atill missing and a note demanding a ransom of $25,000 , -was found, it was made known this morning. |A servant at the household, a camu to his house and Mis. Par sons drove away, with them, stat- ing that she would be back soon. Nothing has been heard of her since that time. 9 Boosters Look To More Trades Day In Future Farmers From All Over] Trade Area express Grati- tude for Entertainment Confident future Trades Day events would be even more suc- cessful than the initial one Wed- nesday, Booster club members are looking forward to i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 June 1937

Fagk two THE DENISON PKESS thursday, juae 16, 1937 the denison press Established In 1 3W Telephone Nu. 10® liiutd Dally lixespt Sunday Entered a* Second CUiss Matter Juna IS, 1938. it tli post otfico at Denison, Teitu' under tlis a<-t it Maiuh 4, 187#. Dedicated to e'eaa aud n-nponalvs govern mint: tu Individual and slvle Integrity; to Individual and clvlo oommercial progreia. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week Ona Mouth Three Month* (in advance) Hit Month* (In advance) One Tear (In advance) wanted showmanship and entertainment above everything else, and their attention has been turned in that direction on a larg- er scale this year. Dallas this year headlines an elabo- I I rate entertainment in their Pan American ' Casino, a spacious place, air-cooled, which is nothing less than a cafe-theatre, the greatest of its kind in the Southwest. The ' greatest entertainers in the world are to appear before its footlights, it is an- j nounced. Then there will be the Pan American j Olympic games,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 June 1937

[Thursday, June 10,1937 THE DENISON FRTOS PA OB THXflB i .-I Following The Air Routes # • 0 p. m. NBC—Rudy Vullee, W FAA WOAI WLW KPRC .WDAF |W|MAQ WHO KVOO WKY. CB S—Kiito Smith, WHT WHAS K RLD KOMA KTRH KMOX WWL iWBBM. 7. NBC—Lnnny Ross, KPRC WiSM WOAI WDAV WFAA WMA Q WLW WHO. CBS—Major Bowes, WACO KSL KTRH KTSA K( |\IA KRLD KTUL KWKH KM OX. 8. CBS—Floyd Gibbons, KRLD KOMA KTRH KMOX KSL KWK II WACO WWL WBFjM. NBC— Bin* Crosby, WOAI WHO KPRC WDAF WFAA WMAQ WSM KO A WLW. 8:30. CBS—March of Tihie, KMOX KRLD KOMA KTRH WH ASWBBM WLW WBT. 9. NBC—Amos 'n Andy, WO AI W£|!4 WDAF KPRC WK5f KO A WLW WBAM WMAQ. CBS- Poetic Melodies, WACO KRLD K OMA KTRH WBBM WHAS WBT KMOX KSL. 9:30. CBS—Isham Jones' or- chestra, WACO KWKH KTRH K GKO KC|MA KNOW WHAS WWL WBT. NBC—Northern Lights, K PRC WKY WOAI KVOO. Rubin- off, KRLD. Jack Pearl, WFAA. 10. News, WFAA, KRLD. 10:30. CBS—Anson Weeks' orchestra, WBT KWKH WBBM KTUL KGKO KNOW KTSA WA CO. Orchestras, KRLD, WFAA. 11. CBS—Nocturne, KTUL K WKH KOMA KTSA ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 10 June 1937

XMi tAQto fOVK SOCIETY NOTES . Ji 1/ifi JL)£iNl*SOJN FRl&d THURSDAY, June lu, 1937 DENISON1ANS ATTEND WEDDING EARLIER THIS WEEK IN DURANT, OKLA. I The marriage of Miss Bealrics Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown of Durant and Ken- netib Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Watson of Wichita, Kansas, was solemnized Tuesday morning in the home of the Rev. R. C. Mil- the presence of families and bride's parents . ler officiated in the immediate friends. Nuptial vows were exchanged before an improvised altar of spring flowers artistically ar- ranged. The bride's only attend- ant was her sister, Miss Nell Brown. Homer Watson attended his brother as best man. Mrs. Watson was dressed in a rose biege silk lace frock with natural accessories. She carried an arm bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Brown wore brown and white chiffon. Her flowers were a shoulder corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Watson graduated from Southeastern Teachers college and has been teaching in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 June 1937

I I •09 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Warmer, Saturday Partly I cloudy. THE 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER w-i Uapresentative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 11th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 296 ■# Formal Opening Of Exposition Held Saturday Rehearsal Is Slated Tonite; Press Greeted Senator Tom Connally To DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • June 11, 1875 Elza Mitchel met with a severe, if not dangerous injuries yester- day. morning near Huff's resi- dence, a mile and a half north of Another Dope PARK PROGRAMS Informer Is ___ be Formal and Sole Rep-j town. His ox team started to run resentative of Federal', away and he jumped out of the' Government for Opening: wagon to head them, and striking! • a rock, broke both bones ot his' Marine Band To Play Full Week Editors from All Over Texas and Other States to be Feted with Ceremonies left leg, one protruding from the flesh, almost two inches, two bones in the left ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 June 1937

THE DENISON PRESS ftntabltsTuM in 1930 SVieptioud No. 100 U«u«d Dally Except Sunday b}i t,t*red u M II Ike ufi'iuu i r Martvb 8, 1879. cilia Class Matter June *3. 1#3G. al Denison, Texiu' under til* ct D«dlcat tl to o.'ea* and responsive government; to Individual and elvie lnte#rity; to individual and clvlo commercial progress. . To I80 l^UBSCHlPTlON RATE8 On* Week One MoDth Three Months (in advance) • ™c Six Months (In advance) * ® One Tear (In advance) s 00 will be given BOA. NUMBERS. Car* Denison Pr. advertisers desiring blind address- CUAICCIK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having te ephone listed Ui their own nam* and up<«i agreeing to remit when 1>1U la pcesc-nted. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account# after SO days from date of first Insertion. LOSING HOUR: Copy received by a. m. will b< published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Pre** will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT OF-TOWN ORDERS for strictly payable Id advanc...

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