The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 8, 1934 · Page 5
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July 8, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 5

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^V^>4^r- * " •- .. ,^» £* ~ ~ . ^>" •U*0*t, JULY §, lt»t TW PAIUi NEWS. Witt Visits |[ On Saturday LON SMITH AND FAMILY For Governor Spend* Brief Time With . , - Paris Friends " 4 Th* people of Texas want to! t rid of this Ferguson and anti-' faction in . Texas and I day that passes convinces! m* more and more that I am so- { In*, to lead tlie ticket.' said Ueut. | Governor Ed«ar Witt, candidate for Governor, who visited in Pari» briefly Saturday* morning, on his ; way " to Mt. Pleasant -where he I •poke Saturday afternoon. Friday j afternoon he spoke in Leonard j %nd Friday night at Honey Grove, j "The voters particularly up in: thim section have seen a very! food example of what it means for i a. governor to try to name his ; •accessor, as was the case with I your neighbors across the river. Murray was trying to put his man in the governor's chair, but the giuitv , s roters selected Ed ilarland. a biffh type gentleman of ability and I *,t the same time wiped out the; Murray factionalism and that is I exactly what is going to happen { ttt Texas. The voters of Texas j know that I will do nothing radl- ! c*JL. but that I will give Texas a. j business-like administration and • •tart our state in the right direc- ; tlon to permanent recovery." Gov. < Witt said. ', Although speaking several times ; daily the lieutenant Governor was in the best of spirit with more enthusiasm and optimism than he has shown since he campaign, <- mith ~~ s.nd Mrs. jLoa A. Smith and family: readies Iron.' left to right, seated: Ix>n. Jr.. and Mrs. ner Smith; the late Mary Kate Nol^n. and Frank A. Smith, standing:: Virginia Evelyn tli. Joseph Gordon Smith,. Miriam .Frances S:nuh, Wllliain* 3Lansston Smith, Lillian Florence y. James Landrtim Smith, Juanita Smith and Anna Ixmise Smith Beard. Lon Smith Has Record As Successful Public Servant I L,on Smith, chairman of the -' Railroad Commission of Texas. has been honored more generally ; ; J>y the voters of Texa= than, per- j : haps, any other man who has of- j icred for state office. Records re- < , .. veal that he is the only man in i started his j Texas IO receiv e a. majority of | } votes of the electorate in as raany \ ' as 253 of the -54 counties in the j state. . ; "I am still trying to figure out | how I lost that county" Cpmmls- j sioner Smith commented to a j ijroup of his supporters from over | the state, who gathered in Austin • to offer their services in the cam- , pttign this week. * "I'll try to get that maverick I - in the ris'nt corral this time." he • _ i remarked. ; * ^* ^. ^T i Commissioner Smith's career as ; J, JL Ganu of Brook&ion, route { PU - D ^'c w-vant has been long! 1. was exhibiting an Irish potato j .^ ^^^fyi In private life, a* | Saturday through which a Johnson } a '*' a ^, n ,. man ' an a friend he has j be ^ n /.*eoiia!*v as outstanding- As i -vote^ fa'b~- of eleven cbil- ' | dren^ ~h«~ has guided the bark through uncharted.. DEATH CALLS JOffif P. STEGER, BOXHAM Father 1* l*w oC Former Paris Woman Succumbs Saturday .—John P. Sieger die^l at his borne here about 5:30 o'clock Saturday evening: after several days illness. Funeral arrangements had not been announced at a late hour. He is survived by his widow and two sons, JTrancis of Bonham and John Steger. Jr.. and one daughter. Mrs. James "Wilson of Fort "Worth. He was a, nephew of Col. Ed IX Steger here. FTJXKRJJL »J£LATL*I£3> HUGO. Okla.—Funeral plans for Charlie Bogard. 71, who died Thursday -afternoon at Doctors hospital had not been completed Saturday, pending word from relatives in Arlington. Ky- Mr. Bogard \vas an uncle of Tom Bales who died from burns received several months ago when a wagon of hav caught fire. 'Bitsy' Grant Wins Western Tennis Cup ware called Friday j about S o'clock to a grass j fire on North Twentieth street. f There -was no Mr. Ganu j while \ root .fcad. grown. found toe potato yiis a iate crop. One >l«t of guilty to a traffic ; Aiolaiion was heard Saturday ! moraias in Corporation Court by i ar City J^idge -VV. E. McKn: S ht. >T! & _ fine of SI and costs was assessed, c family | shoals; and k j n d!y judgment- i kindness and jrer.tle I te kno , vn to people in \ . a »- of nfe . TJie aumblest in t j. e land is assured of : ! a -warm tvelcome from "L&n* — . affectionately knovm ; throughout the state. i arrest em a charge or :TCO for affray were tnade I '~ Saturday by city police. On* of I c Bo ^ ii in Rcs ,. county. Commis- i the defendants in the affray case = : sioae ' r " Sin jtfe first entered public! Ballot Ready For Absentee Bailors for absentee voters in j the Democratic primary election ; of July 2S -were delivered to .R-| V. Kammaek, county clerk. Sat- • urday and balloting may begin; Monday and continue until July • a lovelier body f or eve rybody Persons who are now absent i from the county and ->vho -will be ! absent July 2S should write the ! county clerk for a, ballot, enclos- ] ing •with the request their poll tai ! 1 receipt or exemption certificate, j j He will then mail such persons a | I ballot Trhlcb will be marked and j j returned to him not later .than! | July 25. * 1 Persons no^ in the county who * ; will not be in the county July 2S,-£ rjjW \ the day of election, should take | f-f | their poll tax receipt or exemption | ^ i certificate to the clerk's office ^ ] where a ballot Tvill be given them v land after it is rna.de out will be' * | sealed by zhe county clerk and 1 delivered to the officers of elec- j ! tion to be counted. Persons who | | have lost or mislaid their receipt I i may go to the tax collector and i | get a - certificate that sa eh receipt 1 '-. was issued, a.nd present this to the • I county clerk -when asking for a.: ? ballot. " i Bryan "Bitsy*" Grant, the little Si^SS.'*^ thc ' th * r — isr-r^ictai- *»»'™\t£sz ti z?L a £z.^™^ *-j^c%?^i titnj"i t?uiLs^t- i —»«•«** ;** *>*?^ r*r»tn*5!o**"V - " » •» • » j county, serving: in -nis capac.o ; western tennis championship at a 30-day 5 - or six >' ear ^ Ls?er • M fiUS%e =^°- ' or six years - he- reprinted | constituents ably -.-and faith»i vacating" progressive, sane Chicaco defeating John Mc- of Fort Worth, Tex^ is with his trophy. friends wiilj true Texas cordiality '-. la th^ past, and the same warm { a; their residence in Austin wbDe i be is in office here. j * ! In addition to being: Up--: f tiiis one ort your figure! Step a little Yassarette AS-in* \ fit shapes I our iwist. . »jjlima; VOUT "waist - -. j jin^ a southern i gmootbs VOUT dia^bram... molds ' { Associ- 1 statesman in nis OWT: right. Com- i i_- " v' j t , '* I iKissIoner Smith con?es from a | your taps, iou vonaer bow such : f family of men wh o save se—ed 1 a light, Boneless affair can be so \ efficient... but youT! find out. | one ~~~ for the protection of labor.! "" {the South, His father fourbt at i ?n of the masses, inora* i thirteen ;- ear record as a. servant • Sfeiloh v.-ith Albert Sidney Johns- - isd the necessary onward | or ;he state for voters' inspection, i ;oa - ar 'd one of Commissioner We're "Vassaretting" slims, me-! busin C3ty ' employes Saturday -wrerc center of the piazs •*--*>• the sras-s, which has the r«- c*nt feot taira in Since his district •» senator was i 33pjc-n of rfc , i election, and tT^i n3>S Tl^v* 3 !" • of h T Jitiar. j VK\Y SHIPMENT COXGOt-EtrM RUGS I aD. Incideiitallv. Yas- I ash as wonderfully as j VASSARETTE irt blTTi ! nature declares that people co not : A big new shlprrieriz of Cor.sro- I He had don« ; tlyc of vcdn^ for a capable, de-!-ettm rt;^s has been receiv-e-3 at" r/~\ t'l k.1 f\ AT t /™\ L f f* that when *e*k-1 per.dabie public servant of his j IX . H- Baker Furniture Company,! T L/ C/ /V I/ A I / C/ ^ J record has been unpar- f Ward Hayfaes Faris ester. Okla... wh*r? they attended ; ""; , , Use fuaeral of Mrs. Matti* Cos. { £B: ^^dhn £ of i_.<mfe^rate P -i,- , It do not a** for the suffrage! of'Mr* Frock. Mrs. Cc-^r « s?o " ma««-s ^ on* «amp ie ot {of th- Democrats of Texas as ia { 'orn««— r^*iid«rt n * Par'"? ' ^^ accotnpi:-5brn»nt. - I untried neophyte," Comrr;iss;or.er { J_"~ _*"" "* * "• | sjtjce b:,« election as State Kail-j Smith declared. "I have served roy ! Joe 3>iHard of Paris, viho reton»- : ^ c «d 00 in that section of the state months, Mr. XHiUrd o^ns farnt . | *e<3 fe-i? office wis*!?" ars-d duti-1 Commis^'.on^r Srrsith maintains i injc Jond I here and said there is! f a1 ^ for the £oc<3 of the st^te. j bis horre a^ Kcnders^n, TexES, in i ij«.?. ^^^^r* ff>i- ^ rror. thers I ^^^ Ix>r> Srr»ith t* asking: for i a house reoniy a^<i comfortable I justly ^ubtrsii?- his | Mrs. Srraith have received Uvair i little tbfe y«ar. f or 3. crc p Collection of rubbbsh fn Fonnti w*rd will b«^;tn Tuejtdaj.'. . John Kowerron, city *ar^Iiar>* officer, ; feas aaked that ull trs&h and rub- | ««p<sciany such hold watrr,, b plac«<J at th* curb Monday Injc or early Tur^day. j _____ f Ix»cal officers made thre« «r- I on chars*-!? of U« ! .n^ drunk 1 rSffj: A. *»V. f Saturday. I>f puiy Payrrc and -J- t>- Sapptngrton had j a. e»l! r.orth <?f :b* city <rariy Sat- j urday and brought OTI* man to • Jail. Con»taM«« San; Garland a?*o I arrested on*' dr^nk and D^ptity | Sh-tiff Jack C*rt*r arrested one, 1 Sergreaxit Ilonv^r T in cbar^* of the Paris Ur>it«-«! i St«t«s» arrny rrcruUing office. s«sd j Saturday ihrre- are f Jve: vacancies* ; In the cavalry tx^rp* at FT. Clark, j Testa.*, on the Mexican t>ord«r. and j eight in !h<? Hfl'S artillery nt Ft. j Frstncis E. Warren. " TALIHINA LOCALS. PERSONAL ITEMS TAUKIXA, Okla. — J. Baxter r»t«rned horn* from Rudium. Tex«a» ivhcr* h«? haus been taikinp treatment *«d hta condition is Improved. Mla» Ix»t* Patterson, -w-ho ts *m- j^loyed In T«I»a- t« vt*nin$r her ,i>»r- «nt»» Sir. and Mm. Dick Fatt*r!K>n. •* Mr. «n<S M.r**. E<J McG*«t r>f Ka«- VMt CUT »0«nt th» w«ck with Mr. Mc<3««'5 parent*. Mr. *n«S Mrs. J. B. McCe*. ^«t ^f Twithfna, Mfaw Anita Benir* of Oklahoma Ctty '»* p»<*»t of Ml»» Haz*! Phillip* *oath*-iH of Talihlna- Mr, -nd Mrs. W. W. Sid«* left Friday for a xv**k*» visit »t W|ch- il* F*JI*. Dallas and oth«r Ath* and Betty B**m of Tuj'lor- , 2ST..C.. ar«. vlnliln* their jtr*nd- Mr,*«nd Mrs. J. K. Beam of T»Hh!n». A. l.ant'T'rri nn^ famMy left tM»'*f«f*k for « lhr«« *t &4nnouncinq a Special SALE! Vitality Summer Footwear Now S Hi and comfort surtvunas \«..»ur foo?steps In these charming -Hpfers. All patterns in white and ^ray in- chided at this low prcc*. - were $6,00 and $6.75" 00 Values to $9.00 To close-out every pair of our Florsheim Sport Shoes we are making this unbelievable price. White and combinations included! JUST RECEIVED! NEW NOVELTY SWIM SUITS Backle**, Halter Neck, Brassier Top ^>95 3 95 95 Something r.e\v in SWIM SUITS! Right now when swimming is at its be?t. New styles, new colors, everything to complete your mid-summer outing. Perfectly destined in line and fit All ..wool! Sizes 34 to 40. TME PUBLIC FAVOR SINCE I9OI* Heart of the Season Values Compelling Prices on New Mid-Summer Merchandise, Large Stocks Assembled for Hot Weather Now at Such Low Prices that You Must Have New Comfortable Clothes! NEW! COOL! SMART! PRICED TO DOUBLE OUR DRESS BUSINESS FOR JULY! MID-SUMMER SILK Two Feature Prices VANITY FAIR SMART STEPINS AND BRIEFS COOL MESH Vcu'Il love these ventilated undies vith distinctive Vanity Fair styling! Dsintily cool and comfortable . . tbeyVe ,s:ood ne^'s to limited allovt-- — for Afternoon —/or Spectator or active Sports —/or Dancing — for Travel SHEERS CHIFFONS CREPES The most complete assortment" of sheer style for wear all nines of day ana night that we have'had for seasons. Picturesque youthful lines that express that one thing desired by ail.... ease and comfort for hot summer days. Select one or several of these dresses and start ri^ht now to make the days more ~ comfortable. One piece and jacket styles- Prints,, pastels, -A-hires and dark silks. in,-', eluded. NEW CO-ED KNOX BERETS WG3.I" ^ 77VT\~^>^r^- T^ie" s.r'S from Slnox that explains everything - - bi3t yet- must see ti-eirtl Black. bro"n*a, s.n£ navy for w-oar HOSE SPECIAL Monday and! Tuesday DEXDALE Ringless Hose 1.95 Value 2 Pairs for 2.50 -135 NEW! Vacation Bags Black Navy Brown 1 1.95 Value New Packing Kleenex Monday and Tuesday BOXES CaddeFs < KNEE HIGH" HOSE 1 00 Reaches iust the knee .. has its own Lasiex gart kniitea In. Bv HoleDroof. SILK SPECIAL 1.49 Values Triple Sheers Sport Stripes Crepes i.igfli 3.H3 QafiC gTOlinCIS "pert stripes .... sheer beautiful silks f.^r mid-summer and later. Take ad- v?.nt-ig"e of this price .... it \vili p?.v •..•on v.'cll in Savings a.nd Fashion! 2000 Yards More Voiles ^^ Batistes | / Orscandies * rsd for rnonin? . . hundreds of yards S'>Id last 'veek and no~v here are many nev>- natierns for your selection. Values New In Organdy 59c Values *J *y C Nov*'- ±* b Ne'-v ritterns ^ ith white grounds and enibo^sed fiora! designs and prints and *-M>C I < "bids. " ' r —i-^ 80 Square Vat Dye PRINTS 19c Marquisette^ lOc Plain *XK) Figures WHERE WILL YOU SPEND YOUR VACATION? Se« Colorado, Nctv- Yortv, CHUfornia, Mexico or ihc Century of Progcess Ex, -IM« J N'ew ?cw Cotssttlt Mrs. Mor*n Altrrajuder — Scoood

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