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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 June 1937

FRIDAY, JUNE 11th, 1937 * THE DENT80N PRTWS PAQB THKlli COURTS 'Mary Emma Rheay vs. R. L. Rheay, divorce. f:: v K FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE ClUet Diapoai'J Nelle M. Gibson vs. Burt G. ,Gibson, divorce; s ile of property by receiver approved and con- firmed. D. <A. Honeyeutt vs. Great American Indemnity company, workman's compensation; (plain- tiff awarded $100. New Suits Filed Viola Black vs. James H. Black, divorce. W. C. King vs. Casualty Under- writers, workman's compensation. Nolle Johnson vs. Imperial Life Insurance company, debt on poll- ' Ruby Rowland vs. Roy Rowland divorce. II ,R. Rowland and Mis* Gladys Mi J'.is of Denison, GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Appeal Filed J. C. Thompson vs. A. P. Mc Cants, suit on debt, appealed from court of C. O. Scott, justice 1 of peace. Myron Brown, charged with being drunk in a public place, ap- peal against and $18.50 fine and coats assessed by E. A. Wright, Denison justice of peace. Beer DocUet Application by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 11 June 1937

PAGE FOUR THE DENLSON PRESS FRIDAY, JUNE 11th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Mia* Lou Harris 100th Birthday AMBROSE—Friends and rela- tives are looking forward to June 13, when Miss Lou Harris will celebrate her one hundreth anni- versary. The affair will be 5 t Woodlake near Denison. She has lived in this community over eighty years. She lived here with Miss Clint Price for years. Her parents settled here 80 years ago about the time the Allreds, Camps, Goffs, Coleman's, Montagues' an 1 i.umerous others who came by ox- numerous others. There will be here if it is possible for them to get here, at least the sixth mem- bers of her brothers and sisters generation. This day has been planned for a long time. On eveiv year at a certain date in August the Watson reunion has been held. But Misses Jennie and Ra- chel Watson, the Williams Bros.. Bob' and Clinton, helped to plan this celebration and it is hoped it will be a success. Aunt Nigh has lived a quiet life—still activo sbout the place and visite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 June 1937

f I 4/i WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY ! Sunday continued fair And ^ warmer. THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, June 12, 1937 WE3KLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. 297 TICKET SALE FOR BANQUET EXTENDED Exposition Is Unofficially Opened Friday Five Months of Education and Pleasure for World Ticket sale for the Chamber of informal one will be held, featur- N . . ■ a Commerce dinner at Hotel Deni-1 ing suggestions by members to be . _ . . H son Monday evening are ad vane-] culled and used through the re- — _ _ © 8 ing rapidly, according to Elliot mainder of the year for the bet- MoClung, manager, today. The1 terment of the organization, Mc- sales, scheduled to stop at noonj Clung said. Several valuable sug-' - , , _ today, have been advanced until'gestions are cxpected to be JLil^tltS VlSlDlC noon Monday to allow interested brought to light. | Foi* IX/lii^c members an opportunity to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 June 1937

PAGB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS SATURDAY, June 12, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS Established tn 19S0 Telephone No. 100 Uaued Dally Except Sunday iilrtereri as Secotul Class Matter June X8 1038. Ui pual oUk< ui i>< mson, Texa*' under the act >f March 8. 1879. Dedicated to c!eam and ri-spoiielva government; to Individual and elTie Integrity; to Individual and civic oommerclal progress. Tc 2 So SUBSCRIPTION BATES Ona Week One Month - Three Months (In advance) T6c Six Months (In advance) fl.BO One Tear (In advance) IS 00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Denlson Preas will b« given advertisers desiring blind address -i. OHAHGK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed lc their own name and uposi agreeing to remit when bill la presented, 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private uccounta after 30 days from date of first insertion. :-LOSING HOUR: Copy received by t a. m. wli'l be published the same day. ERRORS The Denlson Press will out be responsible for more than one Incorrect Inse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 June 1937

SATURDAY, June 12, 1937 THE DENISON PRBSS PA OB THJU1 i Following The Air Routes • •' (1 p. m. CBS—Prof Quiz, KMO X KTRJI KTSA KTUL KOMA K RLD WWL WHAS WBBM. NBC —Jamboree, WDAF WMAQ KPK C WBAP WOAI WSM KOA WL W WHO. 6:30. CBS—A1 Trace's orches-, tra, KTRH WACO KC|MA KGKO KSL. Ut's Dance, KRLD. 7. NBC—Barn Dance, KPRC WREN WBAP KVOO WOAI WL S WKY; Snow Village, WHO WM AQ WDAF KOA WLW. CBS— Grace Moore, KSL KOMA KTSA KM OX KRLD WWL WHAS WB km KTRH WBT. 7:30. NBC—Joe Cook, WLW WDAF WMAQ KOA WHO KFI.1 CBS—Saturday Night Serenade,' KRLD KGKO KWKH KTRH WW L KOMA KTSA KMOX WBBM w' HAS WBT. i 8. CBS—Hit Parade, KOMA! KTRH KTSA KMOX KRLD WWL| WHAS WBBM KSL. NBC—Con- cert Party, WBAP WOAI WREN WKY. 8:30. NBC—Emery Deutche's orchestra, WMAQ WBAP KPRC KVOO WOAI WKY. , 9. NBC—Lou Biing's orches-j tra, WOAI KOA KPRC KVOO Wl KY WMAQ. Orchestras, KRLD, WBAP I 9:30. CBS—Russ Morgan's or- chestra, KMOX KRLD KSL KTK H; Shep Field's orchestra, KTSA WACO WBT KGKO. Orchestra,' WBAP. J 10. CBS—Swing Conc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 12 June 1937

FAGR POIJK DENISON SOCIETY NOTES Denisonians Listed in Texian Who s Who, Biographical Dictionary Prominent Texans Four Denison citizens are lisN ed in the Texian Who's Who, bio- graphical dictionary of prominent Texans published this week at Dallas. Tlhey are Miss Ollie Bird. Dr. J. F. Murrell, Ford Seale an 1 Ross Stoddard. This dictionary, first of its kind to be published in the state, contains biogarphicaly sketch** ■of more than 2,700 men and women whose careers are of sig- nificant public interest in the present day life of Texas. Virtu- ally all or tn« professions, as well as the field* of agriculture, com- merce and industry are includer. According to the introduction, names in the book were selected by the four editors, assisted by advisory sources with special knowledge of tlhe accomplishments of those chosen. The introduction also states ill is the intention of the editors to I publish the Taxian Who's Who ac two year intervals in the hope it will serve for Texas the same...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 June 1937

#■ J WEATHER DEN I SON AND VICINITY Partly Cloudy Tuesday, Cooler in Northern Section THE DENISON PRESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International Newa Service. DENISON, TEXAS, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3,-—NO. 298 ^Engineers Recommend Dam Erection Wow InerrIiabbed t \L . SERIES ROBBERIES A cap left on the crime scene proved the downfall of Dave Childs, arrested by city police Saturday afternoon for the al- leged robbery of the Katy elec- Press Feted At Exposition Over Weekend Editors Proclaim Pan-Ameri- can Show Greater Than Centennial Of Last Year Members of the Texas press were treated with special feature entertainments .Saturday night and Sunday at the Pan-American exposition at Dallas and Denison parties, members of the Denison Press force, report it one of the most elaborate shows ever offer- ed the public. The outstanding numbers are in advance of show- manship of last year and offer a! type of entertainment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 June 1937

TOJE TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, JUNE 14th, 1937 MO THE DENISON PRESS K«tahH«T>Pil In H30 Telephone No. 100 Laiutd Dally Except Sunday volve hazarding life and property, if we know the people who mostly break the traffic laws, they are from those who real- ly know better and generally act better. They are intellectual above the average, and are in what might be termed fair cir- cumstances. They would not violate oth- 5^10*1.1 lo «•*. aud ropomtv, government; ■ er laws openly and consider themselves as to Individual and •Irle Integrity; lo Individual and • beillg law abiding citizens. ovic oommeroiai pnogresa. I por ^at reason to send out police of- 8ubscr1pt10n ra i ks ^ j01 ficers with instructions to arrest all violat- ors and bring them before the local court would seem somewhat out of line. Such a Entered an Peconrt da's Matter June IS, 1936, u the post u££h .ii U uison, Texn.' under the act <; March 8, 1ST9. LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR YOUR DAILY WANTS Una Week One Month Thre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 June 1937

MONDAY, JUNE 14 th, 1937 THE DENTSON PHRR9 PAGB THUB I Following The Air Routes # ii 6 p. m. NBC—Nano Roderigos orchestra, WBAP WREN WLS W M WOAI; Burns and Allen, W 10 WDAF WMAQ. CBS—Horace Heidt's orchestra, KTRH WBBM WWL KMOX krld KTSA KOM A WHAS WBT. 6:80. NBC—(Margaret Speaks, WKY WHO WOAI KVOO WMA Q KPRC WSM WDAF WFAA. OB'S—Jack and Paul, KOMA KN OW KWKH WACO. Black Ghost, KRLD. 7. CBS—Radio Theatre, KOM A KTRH KMOX KRLD WBBM WHAS WWL KGKO KSL. NBC —Fibber (McGee and Molly, WL W WKY WOAI WDAF WMAQ WHO KPRC WFAA WSM. I L KWKH KMOX KRLD KOMA K 7:30. NBC—Hour of Charm,! TUL KGKO WACO. Rhythm WMAQ WDAF WHO WOAI WF aa kprc wlw koa wky. 8. cbs—Wayne King's orches- tra, KSL WHAS KMOX WBBM WBT KSL. NBC—Contented program, WFAA WKY ,WOAI W iSM KPRC KOA WDAF WjMAQ KVOO WHO. Crime Reporter, KR LD. 8:30. NBC—Bums and Allen, WOAI WFAA KPRC WDAF KOA WSM. CBS—Your Neck of tho' Woods, KGKO KNOW KOMA W Time, WFAA. 10. CBS—Bernie Cummin's or chestra, KTRH WBBM KGKO K NOW KTSA KWKH WBT. The Twins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 June 1937

wroi FOUR SOCIETY NOTES Miss Diefenderfer Becomes Bride of Carter Mc&emy on Occasion Parent s Anniversary ! The marriage of Miss Mary class. Diefenderfer, daughter of Mr. ' The groom is a giaduati' of th« and Mrs. P. E. Diefenderfer, 616 j King City, Mo., high school. He ■West Hull street, to Carter Mc Keray, son of Charles McKemy. ■was informally solemnized Satur- day evening at 8 o'clock at ths home of the bride's parents. The 'occasion was made doubly inter- esting due to t?he thirtieth wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Diefenderfer. ' Rev. Paul Cardwell, pastor of the Trinity Methodist church and a close friend of the family, of- ficiated at the ring ceremony. Prefacing the ceremony Misses Martha Lee and Evelyn Earnest sang Victor Herbert's "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life." Mrs. S. V. Earnest was seated at the piano and later played as wedding march "Salute de Armour" (El- gard). 1 The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a white floral taffeta frock made re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 June 1937

ptm \ ' WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday THE DENISON 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—No. 299 I DISCONTINUANCE OF BANK NIGHTS Denison's Rialto and Star thca- features until such time as its tres, operating as part of the1 legal status is finally determined, Texas Consolidated theatres, Inc.,1 according to announcement made will discontinue its bank night today by Local Manager R. D. 1 Leuthcrman, who is acting in con- If { h« m junction with other theatres of the state. There are 120 Texas theatres affected in the announce- ment made at Dallas Monday ev- ening by James Owen Cherry, In- terstate manager. Some of the theatres in the cir- cuit conducted their final draw- W June 15, 1875 W| ings Monday night, following We stated a few days ago, we which announcement was made( were confident money would be that out of def...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 June 1937

PAGB TWO THE DEN1SON PRESS Established In US« 1i I Telephone No. 100 Issued Dally Except Sunday Er'terert a* Seoond CIh** Matter June IS, 1936. tl tile post office at Dei.iaou, Texa under the Mt f March i, 187*. Dedicated to cleaa and responsive government: to Individual and elTlo Integrity; to Individual and civic nommerolal progrets. " SUBSCRIPTION RATES one Week !° On® Month «° Three Mentha (In advance) T6c Six Month* (In advance) H-SO One Year (In advance) ll-#0 THE DENISON P&ES* Tt!lnr ' rrtvM f gf Kldf 1 L u.v A, o *V| • BOX NUMBERS. Care Denison Press will be given advertlatTH desiring blind addressee. OHAHUE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone Hated Id their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill la presented. 10 per cent will be added on uopald private account* after 30 days from date of tint Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. win bo published the same day. ERRORS The Denlsoa Preas will not be reapontilbjo for more than one Incorr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 June 1937

/TUESDAY, JCNfi 15, 1937 COURTS FIFTY-NINTH D1ST. COURT F. E. WILCOX, JUDGE New Suit* Filed I iR. L. Boozer vs. Rheba Boozer, divorce. FIFTEENTH DIST. COURT R. M. CARTER, JUDGE | Jlatfold \Cl^ud|e (Summons, re- moval of disabilities. Caiet DUposed A. L. Dennis vs. the Praetori- ans, suit on policy. Judgment for plaintiff. i Edna PhUlips vs. J. H. Phillip?, divorce granted. I Gladys May Burnside Zimmer- man vs. Lance Zimmerman, di- vorce granted and custody of min- or child awarded plaintiff. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Plead* Guilty • Charlie Massey of Sherman ■pleaded guilty to aggravated as- sault Monday morning in open court and wa^, assessed 18 months in the penitentiary. Realty Transfer* J. E. Owens et ux to Mrs. S. L. iHackleman, lots 125, 120, 127. 128, block 12, Waddill addition to Tioga, $1,000; 'May 9, 1936. 1 Franz Kohfeldt et ux to Ed- ward H. Neagle, lots 15, block 99, Sunny Side addition to Denison; $175; Dec. 9, 1935 . ! Louis Rosenbaum to Merchants and Pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 June 1937

nwa TO uk SOCIETY NOTES THE PRESS SNAPSHOTS War Buddies-Love Enemies Annual Retreat Opened Tuesday T>he annual retreat for Presby- terian young people, U. S. A. church opened a three-day period of spiritual meditation, study an l recreation Tuesday at Woodlake, sponsored by the Bi-Oounty Pres- byterian Men's club ot' Grayson and Fannin counties. ]Rev. S. L. Terry, pastor of the First Presbyterian church ha charge of the program entitled "Youth Building with Christ." Dr. J. H. Burma of S'herman, is general manager of the retreat. Each day will include differ- ent periods of Bible study, rest and quiet hour, swimming and amusements, inspirational addres- ses and round table discussions. The staff includes attending physicians and nurses. Officers and workers of the re treat include the Rev. Atvyood A Hyde, Leonard, treasurer; th Rev. B. Wrenn Webb, Whites wright, director of pubicity; Mrs. B. Wrenn Webb, hostess; Frank Shies, Leonard, business manag- er*; Mfl. Shies, the [Rev. Mr H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 June 1937

) WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday THE DENISON P RESS 7c PER WEEK A FAST GROWING PAPER Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, WED., JUNE 16, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—No- 300 ■'* * Denison Struck By Wind Storm Tuesday Doing Slight Damage Residents Fear Destructive Forces For Few Minutes Until Wind Dies Down and Rain Follows; Trees Bear Brunt of Wind Fury * * Denison was visited Tuesday night by one of the heaviest wind- storms in several months and for a period, assumed aspects of be- ing a destructive force. The wind blew up shoitly after DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • • June 16, 1875 From the express messenger of •H. & T. C., we learn that the ne- gro desperado, Tramel, who has go long defied all attempts to effect his capture was shot and instant- ly killed in the woods near Gros- beck, on Sunday, the 13th, by a man named Hargrove. Hargrove was armed with a double barrel C C Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 June 1937

PAGE TWO fHfc DENISO^ f k£S3 WED., JUNE 16, 15)3? THE DEN1SON PRESS [rstHhlWh.-d In 1980 Telephone Mo. 100 Issued Dally Except Sunday 'chamber met with the approval of all ami when the final issues of such meetings are checked Denison will be able to cash in on her power of coalition and cooperative ef- fort in a manner never before enjoyed. As one of the members whose voice would likely not have been otherwise jD*dic«t«a to oiean aua r>'*pou«iv« government; heard stated, it was the most demo- to individual ana eivio integrity; 10 individual and cratic meeting he had ever known to be civic commercial pnogTess. , ,, . . , . — held by the Denison chamber. That is SUBSCRIPTION RATES On# Week .. One Moutli *8° Three Months (in advance) T6c Blx Month* (in advance) J1.50 level fig} tWBF THIS PAGE FOR EOUR P/MLY WANTI Entered as Second Class Matter June IJ. 1936, il the post ol£ko ui lA-ulaon, Texar under the act f March H, 18vs. Week . ,c what is needed to make the local body keep func...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 June 1937

WED., JUNK 16, 1937 } THE DENTSON PRESS tMiJB THSU * § i HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE j^ORTHJT ASTyyESTgOUTH 7 By P«t Perry • « 1.—What was the clue left on the scene of the crime that led tn the arrestof aDve Childs, (negro) by city police for the alleged rob- bery of the Katy electrical supply house? 2.—What is the opinion of Ma- jor General E. 'M. Markham, chief of the army enginee rcorpB, tow- ard a possibility of a flood in this area? 3.—Describe the interesting Fa- ther's day display that is being featured in the show windows of Perkins Bros. ! 4.—Who were the local couplo united Tn marriage Saturday eve- ning at the home of the bride's parents? 5.—What is the appointment Murray Marshall, son of Mr. and Mr*. M. M. Marshall, is now filling at nn Oklahoma point? 6.—Give the distinction claim- ed by an 81-year-old English cler- gyman. 7.—What, according to Poultry Specialist R. B. Thomson, makes an excellent green feed for chick- ens during the hot months of July and August? 8.—Descr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 June 1937

Newspaperman And Publicist Will bpeak At Dinner Of Business And Professional Club Frank Preston Johnson, publi-1 street. The home was decorated cist and newspaperman, will be gu< t speaker at the monthly dinner st .^sion of the Denison Business and Professional Wom- en's Club Monday evening at Hotel Denison. Mr. Johnson will outline j miracles resulting from the new science, chemurgy. The speaker will be introduced by 'A^isa Juanita WbUace, superin- tendent of the city hospital and chairman of the club health com- mittee. In connection with the talk, Miss Thelma Braum will give pi- ano selections and Hope Huff will render baritone solos, accompan- ied by Miss Braum. This is undeT the direction of Mrs. Albert Reese, program chairman. A number of members from the Sherman club are expected to at- tend. Reservations for the ban- quet must be in at the hotel of- fice by 9 a. m. on that date. Mrs. L. T. Kretsinger, club president, is heading the arrangement com- mittee to present Mr. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 June 1937

• © ■ - WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Friday partly cloudyj > WPwL ' 'W Q. fmw> .riiw- rw THE DENISON PRES A FAST CROWD Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS, THURS. JUNE 17th, 1937 WEBKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 3—NO. SOI Other Cities May Be Represented *> Representatives from Denison, Belts, Bonham, Whitewright and Greenville will possibly be present at the Highway 160 hearing be- fore the (State Highway, Commis- sion Monday, according to Elliot Denison Man Is Officer Of Texas Group H. N. Bodkin of Cotton JMill Elected Vice-President of Texas Manufacturers, SA son Cotton Mill plant and member of the Texas State Manufacturers association, was elected Vice- president of the organization at a meeting in San Antonio Wed- nesday. Mr. Bodkin was unable to atend the meeting, and the hon- or was given him in his absence. The duties of the office will carry Mr. Bodkin from this city occassionally he stated Thursday morning when a representa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 June 1937

IGB TWO ■■v.w THE DENISON PRESS THURS. JUNE 17th, 1937 THE DEN1SON PRESS Eatabllshtd In 1 *0 T' iopboue No. Mt Uaued Dally Except Ban.l j Kuter^iJ an Second C'us* Matter June X3, l98fli 11 liiu post otfu'e at J- nlson, Tcxa under the act it March , 187#. Dedicated to clean and rcapuiialv* government, to Individual and alvlo Integrity; to Individual and civic eommerclal pnogreta. SUMOKlPTION RATES One Week — One Uontli *8° Three Months (in advance) T5c 81* Month* (In advance) $1.10 One Tear (In advance) |S00 BOX NUMBERS. Care Dcnlaon press will be given advertisers desiring blind uddresues. OB A ROE AQC0UNT8 are acceptable bum persons having telephone listed In their own name and upon agreeing to remit when bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on uppald private acoounta after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by I a. m. wrlrt be published the same day. ERRORS The Denison Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT O...

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