The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 9, 1934 · Page 8
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 8

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EIGHT (THE PAWS NEWS. MONDAY, JULY *, Paris Golf Team Wins Local* Defeat Greenville - Team In. Series of Matches Sunday BONHAM NOSES OUT \ GUlVrER TEAM* 8-7J .. i BOXHAM, Texas, —-In * tisrht j gam© here Sunday afternoon Bon-« ham finally -wron over Gunter. For j some time Gunter xvas in the lead<! and it look«wl as if the game had; been lost but an eleventh houri ; rally saved the day for the home! i team. The final score was <?isat j • TO sevtn, * The Paris Golf club Sunday de- featted & team from the Green- Tfi&e Country club. 15 to 12, in a •eries of three point matches. .; Uigli^een visiting golfers oppos-ed a. like number of Paris players in j "tb* contests- | Hesults were: Acker and Moore : of: Greenville -won from Den to?* "Wise and J. T. Harnmar. o: Fan-. • *?i points to *r- "W. H- P. Anderson anJ J. F«- RammaTi bested Oniohandra 3.n-~i "Ward. ± TJ points to ^ - Gaixher T>unagar. and Key Johnson beat Witherspoon and Echols. 2 to 1.. G. 1^. TVaircside and Hoy Kon- -' *on Ti-on three points from P- Mat^he-svs and Dr. l->ir.er.^ "David Rainey and C. r - Hac'c- bo^'ed to Thompson and Bar.k- •wrrisrnt. getting Vi P-:-i"t to " : -» ---" the -visitors. J. M. Cecil and T. M, Scot: wr-n three points from H. Matthews McBride. Monte Gordon ar.fi Kerber: Kay nes won three points from Phillips ar.d Jackson. John Dirmeyer and Herbert Arraisrer lost fwo points to W1U to ±^Pat Mayse and Dr. Thielen <iroi>3>e-d three points to Stor.e ana Smith of Greenville. Fairlv Firm riw YORK. <&• —Stock market i prices generally maintained a fair- j !y firm undertone Monday despite | the deadly -dullness of trading, j Transfers approximated only 320,- i 000 shsres, the lowest full day's i iiggregaTe in 10 years- Most of the i ieaders did virtually nothing:, a!- j though a few specialties stepped \ v>u : vf the creeping procession The Prices, as a whole, were rather steady and a few specialties stepped out of the slow-moving- procession fc-r a jatint of their own, Cotton spurted around ?1.50 a. h:ch showed a more than expect- d reduction. Grains were hesitant :ith wheat dropping about a cent bushe-l at one time. Silver futures =.gged and rubber was stationary. ". S. treasury securities again r listed bonds were steady to firm. nternationai dollar rates recorded •nly minor changes. Are Lower FOKT -WORTH. <^—<U. S- !>. : A.) —Hogs ±.S0<». including 2.240 j direct; truck 10 cents lower; no ; rail; top 4.60; balk better 175-275 i pounds 4.5O to 4.60; good to choice j 145-170 pounds 3.-40 to 4.40; pack-f ing sow^s mostly 25c lower, 3.23 \ to 3.75. j Cattle S.200, including 432 JJTOV- 1 ernment; calves 1,500. including { 2 S S government; slaught er " steers ' slow, steady; grassers 4.00 to 4.75: ] common grassers S.25; best heavy j fed steers held at S-00; other of-; ferings value sell 6.50 to 7.25; oth- T er classes about steady: better fed | yearlings 6.00 to 6.75; few cows j around 3.00 to S.25; butcher sorts i : 2.00 to 2.50; cutters and low cut; j | ters 1.00 to 1.75; stocker market! ', poorly tested; one load good heavy « ' calves 4.25; other "weighty a\ er- | ; ages around 3-50 down. I * Sheep 3.SOO: steady; ?rood fat | i larr.bs 7.00; truck lots medium to I good larabs 5.00 to 6.50; cull lambs } i dowii to 3.00; medium to good j : yearlings 4.00 to 4,50; aged fat ! 1 wethers 2.50 to 2.75; fat ewes 2.25. j MARKETS At A Glance Court*sy *,«<! Hot** BuUdia*. f VORJK COTTOX } P*ev_ Close Hi£b. 1»» dose J Mar. . 12-54 12.7S 12.35' 12,33 | May J2-4± 1±.S9 12.45 l^Tt j July ........ ll.SS 15.3® U.M> 12.£$f OCT. ..... tt-OS I±.1S 1~07 1S-3S i i>t-cl "-...... l".li> 1269 H.*l 11.5*' :s COTTON o irlss i£«7 NEW Jan ........ 1=.2« M-i-ch 13.33 \t ~ v 5 * 4** IU<^> ........ A —.**-« >ui>- 11.S2 1C.43 It-SO 12.JS 12.SS 12.5*: Wheat— CHICAGO Cotton Mart Off At Close OR3UEAKS, (#P» —Cotton opened quiet Monday- as trader* were waiting on .the • government acreage estimate due later in the market. Liverpool w"as better than, .due und first trades here were-1 to 2 ix,.ints up. December gained iu additioncl point* risrht after _ the opening, making a net sain over the previous close on both active months. i'rices eased 1 to '2 points later owing to lack of buying support* w>( S3 r arrest by Chesley Juraey. ««na.t« »rs«attt-a.t-a on «. sen*t« contempt citation, but Jurn*y denied he had "arrested** th* lawyer. Brittin served ten day» in th« district jail for destroyins »onae papers the senate wanted. Two others. Harris UL Han- sfatie. president of "SV^stern Air Express and Gilbert L. Givvin. \Yashinsrtoni representative of" Western Air Express, were acquitted by the senate at the time. Germany CContinued from Pas® One) Only a few weeks ago Germany emphasised that she must have Routs News 57 55^i SS-i 55 H SS^s 57 S7 45 &5\. | July > Sept. ......... S Corn— July S Srpt = r>€c J Oats— Jaiy J s*pt. < I>s: ..-- •* s^pt, .......... fis 1 — ^s 5 ^ s$^i »T^ i jj^c »7 *s S~% SS^i £5^ ; Horr.« owners loan 4 j>er cent bonds I » O T *w} to 1 point up compared with the j . *-.»--„. . . ; must xvoo her fr:endsznp. previous close. ! - r after recounting the • The iiiarket became more active | B ^* Hess ^s the time for the acreage esti- | horrors of war said: mate approached and prices ad- ! *'I say as a veteran to vunced to 12.11 for October ,and } across the border, 1, as for I>eceml>er, or 7 points f of one The Southerland Supply team walloped the Paris Ke\vs nine, 30-9. in a city league same Sunday at leayue park. The contest.- a comedy" of errors, squared the count between the teams the Xews having \von Friday's meeting:. The "victors collected 23 hits which they put with 14 erroYs by j the News team for their one-sided victory. Batteries for the News were Hamilton, Crenshaxv. Spencer and Read. Marx, For Southerland, Baker. Books and Jackson. Here is the standing of the teams after Sunday's game: 4*?-— or* and municipal ofdctalfr. many T«xa« cities w«r* ln*r* day for th* annual «oare»ti^» of the Xieasuft. of Texas Iftudciiwli- ties. Problems nlatinc to municipal government wer* foremost in discussions. ,,,'.. '."" ' "•. • - '...":...'.-•";'.. '.'„•'' PECA>* GROWERS STJEPHEJTVIIXE. Tex, -(*).— The fourteenth -»hnual convention ot th«. Texas Pecan Growers* »*- sociatlon will open h«r* sjid continue through Thursdays ; t Team— "W Ralph - Wilson 2 ~ i Southerland Supply . 2 .«« »»,«». *, «. j Rodg ere-\Vadc 1 people, ask the leaders of; & *^ -*^ _ <ij»mztj- C*rt*?tmfirv ...1 SaturdayTS close. This ad- j other peoples; mast this be? Can | per cent bonds, NRA (Continued* From Pace Orse> GRAT~EYART> TTORKTXG TO BE AT ROCKFOKI> A srraveyard worki;^ ^^ i^ocK- -scill be held JFriday, July 13. and all intere>-re-3 are '.-vitec ^to come out and bring shoes and -we!!lunch boxes. CAHS COLLtDE 'ogcins and TX's'xer Nix collided ••ur:. the front rjnds of the ears KOSPTTAI/ STAFF HAS MEETING -f-srular meetir=rr of tne ~Lz- r^ hospital staff wfl! be he:<3 y; ever.ir.sr at 7:30 o'clock at The hospital. All members are r^- •cuestec to be present. BOOSTERS DEFEATED Th-e Paris Boosters were defeat- Rlv-?r couniy t-;-ani squared the s-r- ries with the locals, vrho "von the • President Roosevelt's lo per cent I "tolerance" order. This permits I \ concerns belonging to "open price" ] . cod^s to 50 as ranch as 13 per ; cent beiow listed code prices in ; bidding on govemnsent contracts. ] Steel and some other industries I are reported to be seeking exemp- | tion from this tolerance, i 3. XRA must select the aainin- ' istration member to the code au- i thority for the billion-dollar bread ) industry. This code became ef- i f^,^.;-.— 3ii>»»d 3 V I 4. A 5-0-page report, ordered by i President Roosevelt, on salaries I paid moving picture stars, is -ex! pected to be turned in SOOTU ] JOiiF-so-n's plans for his tour are t tentative but XRA officials ex- j peci him to travel to the Pacific, i os^i j^riinsr — ^s sp^^c^ss *^ ' Heaviness In Grain Prices CHICAGO, (3** —A much better increase of the United States wheat visible supply total than 1^.2*J above . , , vuuct- was due to shorts covering} we not by mutual good will spare i ;-.:ui unfavorable weather in the I liumaziity another war?" ! -/. c -;,. I Hitler was in seclusion in his i <, ititvii futures closed steady; at j summer home in the Bavarian ] ;v,. auvunces of 33 to 34 points. ; Alps studying Germany's manifold: , f problems, accentuated by the: 1 blood purging of Nazi ranks a | ! week ago. 1 ; Lamar Creamery t Paris News 1 Barnes Market .... 0 L, 0 1 1 1 Pct. Z.OOO .667 .500 .500 .333 .000 NOTICE TO \\ATJER Marriage , , j remain anonymous, explained that i i: one ijoes back into the embry-j t-'jogy oi conjoined twins one finds a. single individual. Siamese j twins, he pointed out. result from | heavy in the late dealings 3 day. The increase was S.215,000 bttshel?- compared with 3.711.000 increase a week ago and with S4S.090 increase at this time last year. Another bearish factor was tba* the tone of the cash wheat market, became easier, especially at Kansas City. "Wheat closed unsteady at the day's lowest level. 1 2-4 to 2 1-4 cents under -Saturday's finish. September new S7 1-2 to 3-4. corn : 1 1-S to 1 5-S down, oats 1 1-S ' cf? to 1 1-4 up, and provisions unchanged to a rise of 5 cents. Water bills must be pai<j on or L>efore May 10th in order to secure the 10 per cent discount. Another development was view- : SUPERINTENDENT OF WATER. ed as momeniucus: the two-edged'; indication of Michael Cardinal j Faulhaber that he favored a Nazi-j Cutholi- reconciliation without; Catholic concessions. i "No one welcomes a demand :• from a high official source for; and cleanliness more j ANNOUNCING The Opening of MRS. GAT-UN'S CASH GROCERY At 3«1 W«»t We invite you -to visit w» And get our low cash prices on-'jro- ceries, produce and f ruit*. Us Your Country Pro* ____ We Pay Market Prices! duce oi one germ cell. i Still another scientist, whose j field is comparative anatomy, | thought that, the possession of individual tastes and mental pro nal the Catholic church." Cardi- ', Faullsaber said. discussing ! instructions to Kazis. i Drastic problems demand at- \ _ mention so insistently •qualified j ins make then observers said, that Xazi leaders ; can take no chances on interaa- 1 friction to aggravate them | LISTER OF PARIS RESIDENT KILLED COTTON THRIVING AT CENTER ! cesses by cnitec tw "For instance, one takes 3. cer- | tionai friction to tain view oa a subject, the other] or hinder their solution. a different one.. One likes spinach. Important among them is the ; the other hates it. This spinach i economic condition, made precar- ^ example is hard to. gjet around." j ious by exchange and import prob- ! " The expert then thought a. littlfe j lems and threatened crop short-! : further and recalled . ; that "often ; ages. Siamese twins have "a" •• common j Although Hess made peace ov: biood stream and body areas 1 ertures io France, his speech car- } ! where feeling is common to both- | ried a defiant note. : So these phenomena, he said, | "I want to warn the world/* he su^^rest. that conjoined twins are } asserted, "against mistaking the Now You Can Gsi SUITS, DRESSES AND COATS Master Cleaned and Pressed for Gai&er Them Up arid CaS 21 or 22 THE CITY STEUM LAUNDRY often bat one and mentally. i M. J. Siege! vic^ called to Dti | CENTER GR.OVB — Cotton ! Moines. la., by the death Sunday ] do?n . AVS>li >u _ dry we ather ; afternoon of his sister, Miss Bessse : _, 3 ,^,;^. 11 . corn . STese-I in an automobile accident } " ^7-^1 frieria here attenc in Chicago, the body being I brought zo I?«rs Moines for burial, ; The funeral will be held Tuesuay i Particulars cf the accident ha<3 their lives at the time. ine funeral of Mrs. I^exvis McFac- den in tlie Ivinsiij^ community, Mrs. V/es j^esbit entertained last Monday everiingr Ti-ith a supper honoring ner son Hsnriari. \Tcrd has b-een received of tne illness of H. P. Wells at Sea^raves. He is a fo-rrner resident cf iliis S. >I. Harper and son Joe. who is visiting him from Kouston during his. vacation, caught four .fish | wi-Ji a_party last Sunday afternoon Ice that weighed '? { honoring her sister. IVilma 33br- r 2 : - ris Kefin. Guests were IDonxsie ! and Truly Williams, Miriam an-.: -. Keler- Jo Nesbit. Tommie and Dor- of •• ris Albright, Kuth Sterling. Mar- thc'guerit* McFadden. Nita Marie person, physically {Germany of today, the Germany of j The crux" of the j peace, for the Germany of yester- i question *.vas: Possession of what | ^y — t jj e Germany of pacifism. organ or physical .or menta! pro-! -£, e t this be remembered: de- cess proves the entity of & t\vin ? j sp | te our memories of the terrors I : of -war, despite the fact that the voungrejr generation •vrar.ts -svar as little as does the older, the -way is | not open for a ^stroll" into our country, x or x "The French trench soldier -vriil especially understand us ;f -wre say to those *svJio play -with the idea of i •K-ar; just you attack us, just you ! dare to marr-h into Germany/ ^ -».-orld would then learn to • (Continued From One) »d hiraself of the charges by seeing; to ii that the missing papers were returned to the senate air 1:1 Ven if the papers had not been Mrs. Pauline Bolter, ente^ained . returned ne contended, the senate feel the spirit of new Germany. at the city la pound?, one of them T. IT. could not have inflicted punish- | On February 1~. t^ro ^ay* be[ fore the senate verdict. Macs' f~- t -wo a l-l fight as no people ever yet fought for' liberty." and •wife Hou^t^n arc here attending lecside of Hoj LJunasrari. -who is | Bolton. Margaret McFadden, Au•seriously ill at the Sariitariuir. cf ! brey Kefliri zuid J. C. Sniith- Ice '-Paris. ! cream and cake were served. Cracken was found sruisty of con-! | tempt of court by PKOBE SHOOTING HOUSTON". u-7%—Invesi OT>onog^hue 1 of the fatal shoot ins? of Tom B. j t &nd fined 5100 for •'knowingly and | Moore. 44. a crocer. continued \ ' | wilfully practscins: deception" in 1 Monday as bis step-dausrhter. | ) | obtainins: a writ of habeas corpus, 1 Mrs. Linna Ees*. Hurst. stood!: ; JEacCracfcen. had insisted. h,« { cnarg-ed "witli his death. OscJTiafet. H3C B. X E«T=sId» T —and then he smoked a Camel! MEET GfUT "KVSBL..*t*r pziduur for &» Chicago Cub«! Gay won 10 gam*s last y««z...piiched in *H 264 inaingv^.wid li»'« pitching ml an dip this 7*K. Like »*ny athletes, G«y has itmnd that at the «nd of a gru*lliog match, nothing brings bade his •nexyy *nd Titality like a C*meL can increase Vim and Energy-•• quickly! When you feel "used up"—smoke a Camel! Faiigue and Ini- tabilitv fade away. Your flow of narurai energy soaps back to a higher level in a few minutes. This experience is well known to millions of Camel smokers. It has been confirmed by a famous New York research laborarory. Take for example Guy Bush. There's a lesson In what Gvy has to say abooi die "energizsag effect" in Camels: *T5ases foil, one out, and a strike. I'm watching the bases and die batter, too. Now I've got to pitch. The pitch —and it's two strikes! WHI he strike out? You think so.-.and yet you can't te!L Baseball is foil of tough spots that take it out of * pitcher who -works his regular turn and stands up to the grind for seven long months. like most of the big-league pitchers, I smoke Orn^fc- And when I come out of a game after nine hard innings mere's nothing that lifts up toy energy the way a Camel does. I feel freshened up in oo time at all I smoke a lot. Camels never interfere with my nerves !** Learn to w get a lift with a Camel" whenever j-«?*r energy runs low. Smoke as constantly as you like. The finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS in Camels never upset the nerves. CAMELS Costlier Tobaccos never get on your Nerves , Camels ar« made from finer, MOM ZXPIHSIVI TOBACCOS — Turkish and Domestic — than any ether popular brand. "Gei with a v*ame I! Special Purchase SALE UMMER TWEAR Clearance Priced! Si-95 sn d$4.95 values In white kid oxfords, and white seamless ana regent pumps vith medium and Iilgh heels. All sandals In patent and white. Former $2.49 to x $4.95 values. gj[.98 One big lot of sport oxfords l<y*^ fceels. Former $5.95 and $4.95 values. * S j[,98 See these -white kid pumps from our regular stock of $4.95 shoes. One bk' v lot of uhuc V?d ties from Rice O'Neill mnd2 to ;cll fr-r S!0 -- clearance priced ai wixite shoe pol»h, 25c value 19c Men*s White Shoes Our entire stock of m^n's S3.QO and $^^/tQ S>.9S white oxfords, to. close out. "^ Nunn Bush white -oxfords and sport *R^<98 o?.fo;d?. Regular $5 to $7 values. ^^ o>.fo;d?. Regular $5 to $i >Jain Floor BASEMENT SHOE BARGAINS Children's all whit* Pl Complete sJzft rsnses ar« , fJ.49 valurs Sandal*. 79c Pumps, straps arsd ties In aH are 3»ho*s formerly Ct priced to J3.55 ......... ™ Values to J2.S5 In white punched ki<3s and lin*ns ar<s incltsd^d in thia KTOHP of cl«Aranc« l Qft injc of cocktail »andals in a «pl"?n<3l«l as*ortrrsent of »t>l«s. Sizes arc broken Ch5Idr<*n'» xvhit<» strap* and to $3, 3ft values. Sir* C1 1Q arc broken Tennia j?h«>f« an*: Roman S make up thi>j bts bargain group. Ev'- «ry sho^ on th!* tabiff r«<5ccc<l from 49* I big- lot white oxfords, cutout* *n<J «. former v*lu«» to dft^* Perkins R 2134—Tin; flefMmment Store of fart*,

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