The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 12, 1934 · Page 4
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 4

Paris, Texas
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Thursday, July 12, 1934
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PACE FOUR THE PARIS MEWS. THURSDAY, JULY U. UW Begin Acre Measuring — Pending rival of forms from Wash work of mess-arins: cotton fsrrcs •In Red River eosnty wi!! be started by County Ag>?nt C. M. KTjigiu, 'Wtso says everything is in readiness for the task. Distribution of checks in pay- ANNOUNCING The Opening of At 361 West Kaufman TTe invite yoi: to vis:: us and eeries. produce ar-3 fr-aits- Bring Us Your Country Pro- Joce We Pay Market Prices! ment of cotton re&uo&oa contracts was begun Tuesday in Bo- saxa. Fulbright, r>etroit and Cla-rksville. other communities to receive zhe payments before the end of the week. Coming: at the end of the most success**:! tomato harvest e-ver held in the eounzy. the payment of SSO.OOO of the first 5100,000 is expected to stimulate fciismess even further over the county, until a second payment of another $100.- ot'G is made. This will be followed by a Jarse payment to corn an<j hog reduction contract signers. Masonic Officials At Cakes'* Funeral HUGO PERSONALS AND LOC4L NEWS Imperial Sugar Sound Truck Vuititijf Paris Grocers This Week HUGO, Okla.—Members of the Masonic Grand L»lge> of Oklahoma who attended the funeral ai Grant Wednesday of William J. Cake?, veteran .Mason, were John K, -Abersathy, Oklahoma City grand orator ,wbo assisted in the rites; Joe Druont, deputy sra^d master. Tulsa; Dave Wilson, Muskogee, junior grasd warden; GUS Ginnaiersor:. SLreialln. grand marshal; Jasies K, Patterson. Okmulgee; Frank £>err. Muskogee: Claude March, Oklahoma City; Perry Freeman, McAlester; ".V. W. Groom, and M. £"Mannville, Ada. Pallbearers were Jess Gooding. Jack Norris. K^r- ! man l>Fevers. Manton Nelson, " Perda Miller and Jack Burke. HUGO, Okia,—Mrs. leaves Sunday to visit relatives in Milford. Texas- Mr, and Mrs. Jim Milling and Elizabeth and James Milling have returned, fronv Chicago. The picnic planned by district Masons and members of the Eastern Star for Thursday evening was postponed Indefinitely because of The death of "William J- Cakes. Grand Bible Career of the Oklahoma lodse. Mrs. C. H- Davidson is in "Durant Tvith her mother, Mrs, "vT, H. Gustim, who is ilL Mrs. J- G. Shelter* is visiUng her dsaghter. Mrs. A. M. Wilklns in Paris. Mrs. Wi:! Senner with her son George has returned from Ada where they attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. B. C. Harbert- Mrs. "YV. \Y. Griffith has as hc-r ?uest her sister. Mrs, Sam Stea- ga3! of Heavener. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stall and daughter Mildred are spending the in Sulphur. Visitors are expected from Texas and Arkansas as well as £roTn. Choctaw. Pushniataha and McCurtain counties to attend the Tri- County Sinsring convention begrin- rdns; here Saturday nlgrht at the Methodist Protestant church. Word was received by Mrs. V.". H. VTallace- that her daughter. Mrs. I>ouglas Acker, had an op- THI-COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION AT HUGO C. V*. McDow*U. or Huso. Okl*-. president of tbe Tri-Comaty gtoffinj: convention, announcw it» annual meeting will be held Sunday July 15. at the West Side Methodist church at Hugo. Th« Stamps, Idabei. Hartford i and other quartets will be prec- j ent to take part in the program ;and the interested public is Invited ] to attend. CROPS AT DIRECT IN NEED OF RAIN DIRECT- — Crops in this community need rain. J. 31. Meredith, who had a, stroke some time ago. is cot showing much imprpvement. Gid I-atie Is improving from an illness. Miss I>aphne Crutehfield has returned from, a Honey Grove visit- Ed Daniels of Post Oak is leadIng: the singing here d-urins the Baptist revival meeting. HAM IOOF Service At COMMERCE. — Plua ar* complete for the Odd ¥>ltaw» »nmf-J memorial service Sunday «v«nlac. July 22. At the Ftrit church by the I. O. O. F. ! of this district- Short talks will be mad* toy ft. number of officials and ota*r members. I>istrict Deputy Grand Master Hudson of Greenviil* will have charge of th« ceremonto*. Commerce Woman Dies Following Operation COMMERCE — 31i*. MattU Prim, long time resident of Commerce, passed away at her hom« here Wednesday evening: *t 7 o'clock^ following an operatio* that took place on Tuesday nifht. She is survived by seven childrenu- Her husband.- Frank Prtm, died about rnro years ago. LIONS TO MEET AT |S|MCial OfftT ! ! BOY SCOUTS* CA»IP! The XJons club, instead of its i ; noon luncheon Thursday, will be I i entertained Thursday evening at \ ! Camp Clark, where the Boy Scouts • on Summer Needs Quick action prices like these should crowd our store Friday morning. Such bargains •will not last long. _ _ Nation-Wide 81 x 99 Sheets Yonr opportunity to buy these rasaoos sheets now at 88 1,000 Yards Fast Color —Batistes —Dimities, Yard 19 The Imperial Sucrar sound track is ROW vis:tinir Paris In the interest of the local retail grocers do- advance work leading: up to a Good Turkish Bath Towel A<2am We Bring You a Mar% r e!ous Value in a Fine Towel Vahie. 1C f. ration for appendicitis r.ig-iit in Semlnole. J. H. McDaniels of Goodiand, Dr. C. A. Thompson and S. A- Cuirk attended a meeting of Span- Isli American war veterans in. P*aris Tuesday evening. Mrs. K- 3d. -vrilizsms and daugb- ter 1-ois isave returned frora TVicn- ; ita Falls. ! Mr. and Mrs. TV. A. TThltener ! left Thursday for points in Louisj i iaria and Georgia- TWO CHOCTAW TAX MEMBERS RESIGN special sale on Imperial powdered and old time brown sugars -which will be held this Friday and Saturday. The truck will be at the disposal of all the stores who join In on the sale of the above mentioned items and will be at each of the stores playing music and. making announcements pertaining to Imperial Sugar. IE the event you have any special records you would like to hear all you have to do is to ,co up to the truck and make your request and they will be gladly played. For 3. number of years sugar could only be bought by the grocer in barrels and 100 pound bags- He was compelled to reweigh this sugar in the different sizes before selling. Now the manufacturer has found out the sizes demanded, by I are having their annual summer j Pleasant to Take, Elixir j camp season. * | poor l>L«tressed Stom»c*is or I Supper w:ll be served promptly j Money Back ; at 6:30 o'clock, ajid Keajran Hurt, j — — , the consumers and Imperial Is now program chairman, announces that j y O u can be so distressed packed in the following sizes: 2. { the entertainment following will f g^ an d 5.O, 25. 100 pound sanitary cloth be strictly a Scout affair. | With the purchase of the sugars \ Allred to Speak 4t i which will be on sale at the differ- ; —. , .», - , -», 1 Clarfcsvilie July 21 ent stores Friday ajid Saturday I you will receive a. cook book, want j book or pencil free as a compli- | ment of the Sugar company. You erai James i.—Attorney ge«- V. Allred fullness that you think your hea rt is going to stop beating. Tour stomach may be so dis- | tended that your breathing is »hort sand gaspy. ! Tou are dizzy and pray for | quick relief— what's to be. done- will brinR ; will find the cook boolc to be just ! , his campaign, for governor into j I what you have been looking for. as } Reti River county when he ad- j [ It Tsrai published under the aus- 1 cresses voters here July 21. He is ' pices of the P. T, A, of Sugarlaad. i tn& third gubernatorial candidate j Tex., each recipe has been proven ! to come here - Tom Hunter and E. ; and tested by them. The want book : : K - R^ssell have already spoken. and pencil will come in handy for i inaking meEnora^niums of what is I needed from your grocer. j ^ATT) ] Imperial sugars are distributed | are subject to bein here ia the Paris territory by the ; out further notice. All .XOTICE water bills remaining UK£ the month Just one tablespoonfui of D«xe*» Mentha-Pepsin and in ten minutes the gas disappears, the pressing on the heart ceases and you can breathe deep and naturally. Oh! What blessed relief: but why not get rid of such attack* *!-_ together? TVhy have indigestion at all? Especially when The X>rug Store or any druggist ciit off with- f "»-here guarantees Dare's Jtenth* „ Pepsin, a pleasant elixir, to end gs* | Paris "Wholesale Grocery Co.. and j SUPERXSTBNQEXT OF "WATBHI or indigestion, or money baclc.- 'Simrr.ons Gocery Co. WORKS i Adv. ; K- Buy them now at this low prce — HUGO. Okla. — Anfiour.ceTneirc [ has been made 01 the resignation \ of Albert Trice- ajid TTren Moore ' as members of the Chocra^v- county i excise board effective irnmecli- i lions, said that xht policies of scch • a board, should be continuous as : working on the- reassessment of ; property next year should. '•• have the advantage of the experi- i ence In filing appropriations and / • levies tiiis year. • I Trice is an appointee of District ' ; Judge George T. Arnett, who goes : • out of office Jaiitiary 1, and Moore : received his place through t"he i \ Oklahozna tax comraissicn. Cnarles ' Srr.:-n of Fort Towson, appointed ; bv the- county comniissioriers, is • :hs third iriernber of the board. PIANO DISPLAY AT BONHAM ST. JEWELRY ALL THIS WEEK; An exazr.r-'.e of the work that can be done in rebuilding pianos can be seen a.z tiie Sonham Stre-et '• JeweirT" and ^lusic Store, wrier- j. • • E- Trimble has oa display a. Player Piano. which has been : weeks w-jre required to do the job, b'-t it I;C".T looks ar.d piays like a sew one. The putjl'e is invits-a to Here Is Great News For You Who Practice True Economy! UNTER' APPAREL SHOP 1% REDUCTION SAL Special Groups have been assembled for quick clearance .-. . affording the greatest values you have had the opportunity to buy in many, many months .... Come one! Come All I A special invitation is extended you to participate in these marvelous savings. Extra Special! Men's Fast Color Broadcloth Dress Shirts Oat, Standard Sizes Variety of Pattern* 63 Men's Fancy Broadcloth SHORTS For only, The Pair 19c To Close-Out! Ladies 7 White Canvas In straps and ties. Just tne thing for hot weatner 98 pr Men's Summer Wash Pants Sanforized Seersuckers and white duck Another Hosiery Value 49c lost SO dozen of a special pordbase, pore silk, fufl fashion bo»e in all the wanted chadec. The pric« "THE PERSONALITY t Acting Fast Fasr Ijovui^ PAT O'BRIEN GLENDA FARRELL F*RII>AT ON'LT r CIRCUS What Values! Regular l.OO and 1.95 CLOWN; Saturday A GREAT FLIRTATION" wr Man Who \Vatcl«?<3 Hi^> I Wife M»ke Tx^e To O?l>cr Men C. PENNEY C O. Inc. "DESERT MAN" and "PIRATE "TREASURE" WEST S10E PLAZA FAMS, TEXAS SATCHDAY Sale Price 79 Smart SKIRTS New Si3k« *nd Wools 2,95 Value* Sale Price 1 White Linen SKIRTS Right in the heart of th* season and reduced to Ladies* TT»* new**t *tyle» obtainable . . , Urge to choo»* from- 1.95 1 oo Notice the Reductions on These Stylish Hats 2 - 95 Values 3.95 Values 79 More Hat Values That Will Sweep You Off Your Feet 4.95 Values OO 6.95 $ Values z 95 27 Dresses 14.75 Values $4*85 Crepes, prints, chiffons.. street, afternoon and evening styles- 16.95 to 19.95 Values . crepes, sheers, velvets, mesh silk* and ch if fens .. styles for afternoon, evening and street wear. 28 Dresses 11.95 57 Dresses 5.95 Value* 3 Eyelets, voiles and mesh silks .. the season's smartest creations. 19 DRESSES 9.85 Value* Prirrs. sheers and crepes . - beautiful new styles and unquestionable qualities . 36 DRESSES 7.95 Value* Org-3ndics, voiles, eyeleis and silks . Crisp ne-w frocks jiist at the height of Jhe ^eason. and reduced to this new low price. Chiffons and crepes lovely styles ftr most ev- erv occasion. 95 34 Dresses 3.95 and 4.95 Valw $••95 Batistes, voHes, silks and linen suits . . Isn't .his a nice selection and note the extra spe- :ial reductions. 44 DRESSES 1.00 and 1.95 Value* You'll adore the smart new styles in thtse lovely wash frocks. 79* 5* DRESSES 2.95 to 16.75 Value* Quite a selection of close-out dresses inrludtng' many styles, materials and qualities. No Refunds.... No Exchanges.... All Sales Cash FALL COATS AND SUITS GO IN THIS 33 1-3% DISCOUNT SALE '< >\ • •,

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