The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 15, 1934 · Page 3
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SUNDAY, JULY 15, 1*34 THi PARIS NEWS, PAGE THREE Axe Slayer i MARKETS Confesses 'Negro Says He Killed Store Keeper For Money In Store Courtesy P*na«r and Gibraltar UoUi ft»nn_ FDR Leaves For Hawaii BRIEFS About Town Death Calls Child Stabbed To Death Mrs. Walker 1 I* Rural Revival Meeting TOKK Prev. Cio»fr Jan ".13.25 Marclx ., »13.S1 May 13.3$ i July - 12.3S ! CXrt ...13.0S Tex.. OP). rinston of Grimes county said | late Saturday he had obtained a. j NEW statement from Ira Rector, 2S, j j aR .'*.''..53.22 ne^ro. admitting: that he killed H. March I.,^^."i3.=s R. Jones, ased country stor*- { *£* .V.*.V.V.VA S *s* keeper, with an axe Friday night j o«~ .".V.V..V.V.1S.02 COXTOX Hich. IXJIP 13.34 15.19 13.42 13.17 13.47 1S.3S 13.0« 1±.S3 13.1* 13.00 Close i 1X2£» 132S j 13,36) 12.8S IS.CO { Many pecan crowcrs of, *1»* Chief Executive Enjoys j f^ tyw **J£ .^f^ n » b& ~t di S ^ST Field Day of Sport In Tiny Isle Corn- CHICAGO GRAIN Pr*v. Clos* Hiffh : J»Ss» 9 v ,„ 97 *i S3 »;, 50- COT*OX Ht«!l lx>w 13.2S 13.1S 13.40 IS 13 13.4= TJ.50 !C,34 1=.85 12,1 •» 1I.S7 when the storekeeper resisted rob bery. 'Immediately after obtaining the statement, officers rushed tho ne- Sro to HumsviUe penitentiary for safekeepins. - Sheriff Harrington of Crimea { Jj^- v |3£ county and 3- po&sc of deputies ; Q^^ !"*"I*riI si'I caught ihe negrro in a rouad-up 1 pats— of suspects at lola early Saturday. ? ^^[ ^r - Jones, a wnite- man. was aroused j £»«*,-/ ".. "".. *$ Friday night by someone calling over the telephone and asking that he open his store. located in \ r.»«r. the farming country about three | J^ 1 ^ miles from Bc-dias, to aceounuo- J F><i0r%! farm mogs:*so ;=» date the caller, who pretended he j t-or><is. 102.13, •wanted to make some purchases, { " According to the negro's suite- I MKS.~F.. D. JULIAN Close 12.55 J31o Clos* j s? 5 i sj i* !oan p*r 70'i pe ABOAJRD THE USS XE\V OR- LEANS,*ACCOMPANYIXG PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. (ff>). —President Roosevelt Saturday night set out on his 5,000 mile cruise to the Hawaiian Islands after a field day of sport on and about the Cocos Island, a green dot in the Pacific ocean west of Panama. Burned by the sun and wind of a day of varied rain storms and smiling skies, the president retired I early. ; Just at sunset the president's > cruiser, the Houston, struck out "*" '* j for the west. The New Orleans •>•**•= i followed in her wake and soon tb» *-,. ; verdant Cocos Island dropped be- 1 ! low the horizon. 7'it* ! The uninhabited isle will become 72'= j a fond memory tt> the president. bontfs. * j- or W hjj e there he regained thv of his vaca- Friday by cit; of theft of some automobile tires. Sheriff Clyde Shelton. and .Jailer J. B. Sappingtori returned Friday night from a. business trip to Arkansas and Oklahoma points. Troy Bussel! of »c- j port* brought two men to the coun- i ty jail here Saturday afternoon ' t'_- serve out fines. B. A. Walker died Friday evening at S:i5 o'clock at the age of 91. at her residence here, after a long illness. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at First Christian churc-h, the minister, the Rev. P. F. Herndon of! ficiatins, and burial will be at the Odd Fellows cemetery. Xamed as pallbearers are Ben L. Billingsley, : Huzjh ~L. Palmer. T. M- Scott. A. ;M. McCormick. Clement Few and TEXARKAXA. Tax.. death of 15 year old Theroline Newborn, stab-b-ed by a. youthful i playmate at a piney woods revival meeting, was the second such ; death in connection with religious ', rites in this vicinity within a year, ; authorities revealed Saturday. ; Frday nlsht at a revival in !o\v; er Miller county. Theroline pop; ped Garland Thrasher. 13, with a rubber band. Garland .incensed, out a pocket knzfe • and he older youth. Theroline slumped to the floor and bled profusely. Members of the congregation prayed over him as he lay dying;. He was rushed to his home later and. died within an hour. A physician said his death was caus- ed by loes of blood from a a****** artery. H-» IM-V-. «^*y> would lived bad lie received m*dl«*J tention- sooner. th« physician Th» stabbing occurred !«•» than 35 miles from the wooded ,*»ctiori county, where thr«e-?«*r< Clayton Officials be!d young Thrasher in jail but had not charged him. His act was held by authorities t* be the effort of a small boy to protect hinisel* from a. playmate. One pica of eruilty to a charge or drunk was heard Saturday morning in Criporation Court by Judge AV. E. McKnight. cent } fishing championship tion party. i I The president j pound ono, a fish caught a SO resembling- the mcnt he slew J-.-nes for money had in the siore. The he first purchased razor bladvs. | tomatoes and crackers, then hit ! the aijcd u ; <;feh;"tni on ihc hcud i \vith an axe r<*poatc«l!y, crushin^! his skulL The nc»ro lived near the store. Speedy grand jury action on the case was planned. Deputy Sheriff Tlalph Moody starting- to round up IT -TV * son, but £ i barracuda, and he brought it A the water without inisad _ ., ".„ „ _ . jjturc. Rooseveirs strappins Resident, \\ill Be Buried ; Franklin also c au S ht an ono. There Sunday Afternoon | ^ shark snapped off its tail - fore he could get it into the boar. — Death caJled Mrs. i v mar j ne . so * ^ven with the shark Julian, pioneer Koxton resi- ! " by shooting it. but all hands held dent. Saturday evening about 6:45 j t ^ e honors of the day belonged o'clock, ending a. long illness. lt«"the president because of the i The funeral service will be held | c j ean landing: of his catch. I/oca I officers Saturday were notified to watch for an automo- ;-iio stolen from Mt, Pleasant. The var was a Model A. Ford coach- Senator Toui JDeBerry headed a trroup of Bosata citizens who came to Paris Friday ni^ht to hear Attorney General James V. Allred speak. she came with her mother to .Paris, 1830 to the j ***<-^ •*-»- .-T., »»ctirv»ri elilfi the- COtlple designated honorary pallbearers, j went to ^ouseke^pins on the cor- Mrs. Walker .a resident of Paris since the Jate *50"s. was the last charier member of First Christian church. She is survived by ers. Mrs. M. B. Barr>" of Guthrie. [ sected by South Eighteenth and Dr. R. D. Griffis. members of the I She v '' as Carried in official board of the church being; $ Ute B " A " Wal ker an i W€ r of North Main and Houston I streets. Her husband enlisted in ] the Confederate- army in 1S51 ars<! } serx'ed the full four years of the ! war. On .his return, they bought two daught- fa plot of prairie land, now iater- and Mrs. R. H. Scrivener of "V\"ashingtori streets, t T. E. Jones, superintendent of the courthouse building, has had ; shrubbery about the courthouse trirrimed and the lawn cleared of ; trash. The lawn is also being wat- j ered during the dry weather- j jh there Paris, four grandchildren. Charles | were only two houses between Barry of Guthrie, Philip Scrivener j them and the square downtown, of Houston, Mrs. Aubra H. Dun- ; The Christian church was being can of Xacogrdoches, and Mrs. I organized here about the time she Bernard Shields of New Orleans, } and her mother came to Paris. and seven great-grandchildren. |and as there was no Episcopal The daughter of Mr. and ^Irf. I church, to which they both belong- J. TV. Moon of Truro. England. I ed. they became charter members who came in 1S3S to the United [of the new congregation here, and States, Mrs. Walker was born :n [ were devoted workers during- their St. L.OUJS in 1S43. A few vears aft- lives. .v srrau<j jury shortly after the ne- ! >a -i 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at ^ro told of the crime. {the Methodist church here by the t _ j pastor, the Rev. J. H. Westbrook, j Cfr^rWm T1?O\T TrCitt j assisted by the Baptist pastor, the | 5>fcCUi>t» IJbttM rUR | Rei-. F. D. Coppin. Buria will be! PJC OPENS MONDAY j at the cemetery here. | ! Mrs. Julian, whose husband died • Several CJhai«rcs> In "Faculty For' Jt - <a " **~* *" -' : (Continued from PaE>= One> is plum educated first thins you Summer Session Arc The second term of the summer four daughters and four sons. Mr?=. | ]c n ow.) Ketroactive jneans as yoti jj. H. StaHinss arid Mrs, J. L. : -were before you i'Ot like you are. j Brecheen of Paris. Mrs. T>s.n Jones, 1 That is in other words, if Upton's | Miss Vjrsrie Julian. Tom and [''scheme works, and a guy at 45 i Cliief of Police Gus Cothran \ Deputy Sheriff A. W. Payne Sat- • I urday afternoon, arrested a. man • I on South Eighteenth street on. a j I charge of being^ drunk and placed j j him in the city jaU. | { Scatterine loads of nomc 'grown | | melons- hal% been received in ] I Paris the last few days. Growers in ] \ various sections of the county re- | tx>rt the crop will be lighter than ; : usual, due to dry weather- ; T>ean J. U. Newton returned • Saturday ni?.ht frotn Dal!a.s wher>- •he .has beer. aTt^ndinj Southern Methodist university a^d -,vill •i*?ach the education classes which w^r*?* held during: thT first term by H. E. Robinst.'n of Detroit. | : Miss Mary A^u^-s McFarland who has been attending: CIA at Demon, returns to "ako over *1ie En^lisn ^ork taught by Miss Helen Ha!'- J. B/HarviU of Deport lake?" up the ciaswy in his- Jccts Icavin? to at**"•??»•* t?'C University of T*"xa<. and Forrest (% d HUGO MAN SHOOTS NEIGHBOR'S COWS istr>'. Barn and Coo tents Burned Al Oncoia HUGO, Okla.—Empty shot-gun f!ii5 Saturday - proved the deridIns: clue a= to identity of the raaTt --Vbo shot his neighbor's co'ws here. killing one and maiming another. CJarcnc-- Cole, searching the field ^vUer-e he had found the dead cow. discovered two 15-gauge shotgun shells, and officers, ascertaining that hi? netgrhbor. Ton^ Ga-siTden, had a "S-ga-uge gun. arrested hfm. Gaulden confessed having shot cow? in a fit of passion because they got into h5? field, and after promising- io give Cole another cow. parted amsca.b5y from h;rn. though a charge of cruelty CHICOTA.—A N A. I,, McCa**,an itig, \\jth ; i r>d j h>* a iota.l harned hay for wounding- t-h*: other NOTICE AH water Mils remaining UNPAID after the l>th of the month are subject io being cut off with- oi:t furth-er notic*. EXT OF TVATEK V-'ORKS The New 1934 Terraplane Offers the Greatest Automobfle Value in History CONCEALS "SPARE" Holds 73 Official AAA Records You c;sn rbeck iH ~Mi<-frd. the hill c'irnh i you'H rea.H~« why Tcr- i rapS.-in's he7d5 ?«•> n-j.trry AAA rpi-cr--!-^. SJT»HO»> and b^t?-.-r. ur<i buyers »r^ turnirs;; to Torrap'aTT? for econonTtcnl trrt:^- pc-rtation. you'tj Rear -^sii—^—I Man.y other foature-a dovr closed. *"^h M this bunt n raplaxc. spare tire ott Tcr- Ross Ilifif Motor Co. I on Government rations ' ago. Its a good idea- Everything . \ v^orth while is a. good idea, but i j did you ever notice there is more I bad " ideas that .will work than i there is good ones' Then too dont get the iJea that ; just the two leading parties, the\ Democrats said the Socialists, are i the only two with candidates in ! the Governors race, there is an 'outfit out hero called .the Repub- ' licans and they got a list cf <?n- 1 triejis that reads like a petition lor I Government -Relief, ana strang-:: 1 thing th«y got *om<> pretty good ] tellows beiong to the thing. ? And you know how people are I to grab at" pome novelty. This out! fit calling themselves Republican.? 4 i^re liable ta cast rigJit smitrt votes. I «Pardon mc> lhats a typo^rapaVcs.1 ; error, that • "Sraart" -was just' put ? in there through an old sayinsr. ; and lias to do -with the nurat-er land not the smartness of The vot- i ersi. But I kno'.v some of their | oartdidate^ running, and they are ' jus* fine f*-iiov5. One rsatned ' Quinn use<2 to he head of th*r ; A.rner:c*^n Lregi-or;. knovvn him long \ time. An.j one named Merriarrs i? iOtv L-zeu*. Governor, dandy oH Ne\v cables liavc been Installed the elevator at the courthouse v-eek. Two new.- cables -were have^gone ! Placed on. the elevator some time ,; n V v*>3.rsl ago arsd two others v/ere p*at on it \V. A. McGlu-os, operator of the elevator at the courthouse, vsrtto has been taking his vacation returned from a visit with relatives in Oklahoma Friday. He wiU re- syrri? his duties n.t the courthouse- Monday. lContinued rrom Pase Qne* it and the la-?r o: the larto. Tnay havc to step in and tel! us v.-hat to do if 'we are un-willi-ng. to ?.c- cect the resporrsibility aafi make the correction- .-...—.r / cs, and pretty soon its all and tve settle down to c/us- • the guy "*"* just . elected. It ste^TTss like tv* cant get s. man • ca^ lake care- of all of us r he sets in office. There 5"s-. UM! by. the 112or* energies h-- C^JL, for that r-ieans 'hat. irr-ary •f to 'urn do^'r 1 .. -\\ell it? ge-inir >e a big r^r, « <n the wirid^s of '•'i'. 1 at«"'M t>.c country is always The earnest nope- is v —.-*: . that our neo?le will not act hast- 1 ily. hut that they -svill_ carefully { study this situation. Every irtdi- • vidual. ever>- city, state ar-d na- • tional groverrrment has had. at j Times, to take oii extra, burdens at j inopportune times. It is agreed , That this is no- time- to be voting | more needless taxes, but if the ] PUTT, ping plant at Lake Crook | should be destroyed all oi:r peo- \ pJe -o-oulo favor the cost of re- i placement to insure -water supply. 1 If lives are> at stake ar.d if all j citizens are running the risk ef '• being penalized far beyond the [ cost cf this improvement, then is ' it not reasonable and good bu?;- s Te?s thaT. •«"€ should vote i??ue? Think it over. Motor CContir.u-sd rrom Pase One? «.;i over the Bri !-, vi>:f for me. K V its 2-olnc: ov f.-.r you. Th- hansls. j-,.,-.;- f*":!*; "•B of art- rhlns: >v - '-vni be the <5e- k, or it" you ••vis?- •w.'ii* *^rab it just 3n<5 pull it bark s\v.-r is in your o other or'fic-er? . 'ion't on mo kr>r- ;*. "\Ve th^ Brink rhe O"<<5 Krink has go". camps for excan.'r*. rie have s. joung-inj: roorr. ""••?side the off: OP tvh^re fhe ! J«'ja! governmental red tape t-eg^r.5 3-<i end?. Tyrioal dinners cf roa^t fc-e sr* ?erv?d in the ii. ihr«"e hw?e ranges cook the rtj«as5. T t3.CrC for s'lvc'^ts for rr.^n do - cakes' *?"-, Inc. ^ "X Vf: FOR T/ONGVIKW K3*3* % r. i-o-nTJ^rt^d here a*t f-"' v -voan* with Knibtrsor. n-K^den funeral homo i^avcs ::y n-,orn:ns: ^ith his fanviy l^'in^rvi^tv xt-hrrc h<> win TV fa^^t •" ith the ^Vc'ch Fttnc-ral A son wns Mr. and Mrs. South Ttventy TS BORN" born Wednesday to Otis Whitlow of CS1 -ipixtt! 5tr*>^!. who n:i5 Charles Ray, in -? develops. c-ofnniand cf the , iaj sup?rvt?T.»r,s. v 1-c in a coord ".vn^ ee-Slns o'jt cf old oaks, ETive the ^tr: 1 ?! 1 ST; opportuni"' i-i>---- sisea"Me timber, ar.d *•; i;r;nsr an" allowance of so rr.a tr<»r>s io *he acre- ke-ers thts c: sirucrive army busy. The ^-. \\ork •wiihlrs a radius of yevp:-, 15 Tiiile* of the CATT-SP each <Js:-'. irj.c s«i far as pos^tMe by trx:c*-< r- Ihfricc or* foot. The drive through :bc TTH?-T :.*•. t> s scenic irea*:. art-i with the o.-i: ic* a deslirtaison. the i-nciprisr "" likes to havo a definite co"«'. ^xjre to find ad<5*?4 pleasure '.^ " UNDER ACTUAL ROAD CONDITIONS Increases The Ufc of Your C»r Decrease* Repair Bill* Moto - Sway Lubrication UNDER ACTUAL DRIVING CONDITIONS This Amazing New Service I» Invaluable To Every Grease Job —DRIVE IN——SEE IT WORK— 75 C ALL CARS 75* McCLAIN'S Service Station 4O Lamar Avenue Telephone No. 255 CHARGE NEGRO WITH POLLUTION OF WELL of Of Action By Hupo Nccrv HUGO. Okla.—Roosevelt F-pr n. 2S-y«?«r-o«4 negro 15 T .r> C> iv county Jf*il chaTsied. vrith i •.ing vrlth tre<»-s.pray ar-ti «.' Uc acsd a -well ^vhSeh on a-.vo uih, 1" «egro far!».ii-T.s ^ u»5n$r as their s««>le water S-UP- No on* had suffered any ill foot* from use of the water. Kppt^nson way Jdrres«e4 Aitur after Zaok fi^ctl charscij jtrtt'i nfsro aswcrtod Kpperson had ynitted he had poi^vn^d tttfi \v Family troul>l« was* »H«*$fd to b««n xho motive, though fv>r nAm* reason "Epperson clahy$«i th« eharjr* was a frame up. Fr*- Hmin«»ry hcarins i* s»«t. for «arly Figures from Ford V-S owners show 272 7 815 ? 970 miles of steady running, without a penny for repairs T ( HE true story of motor-car value is Written»on-the-Ro3<L There H car reveals its character. There it shows vrhat it can do. Figures from 34,954 Ford V-S o~«*rners show a total o£ 272,815,970 tntles +zitkoiti a penny for repairs* Their letters are further proof of Ford V-S economy and dependability. **I transport school children," writes a Ford owner in Minnesota, "and see plenty of tough going- In three years and eight months T have never missed a trip nor have I been A salesman writes: **! drive about 1500 miles a month. I have not spent five dollars for repairs on the five Ford cars T have used. In more than 100,000 miles I have had no motor trouble/' A police oScer writes: "To date I have operated my Ford V-S for sex-en months and have driveia 15.000 miles — most of which was done at speeds up to 88 miles per hour, T have not paid out one penny for repairs or replacements of any kind-" Fleet ot-rxer scr? Ford V-S £s ":kf mos to Lefe fj» ike Ford "V.* S late. My Fords have all been honest cars." Another Ford V-S owner writes: **A friend of mine was planning on buying a new car but was considering another make. To prove to him the economy of the Ford V-S we made a 59-mile run. The gas used was exactly three gallons, measured for the run. It is needless to tell you dial my friend now owns a V-S. W FORD PRICES REDUCED JUNE IS TO A N7W LOW 1954 A Business man -writes; ; "I am interested in. a corporation operating eleven cars in the same price range as the Pord, Five are Fords and six are other makes*'Chir experience over a two-year period shows that die Ford is die most economical car to operate and it is our intention to replace the six other cars •with Fords. "I have had better results and been better satisfied with my Fords than with cars costing much more.** No words of ours about the Ford V-S could be half so convincing a* these letters from owners showing; what the car is doing in actual service. We invite you to drive it and let Jt tell you its own story of performance, comfort, safety and economy. FORD MOTOR COMPANY TUNE IN FORD DEALERS- RADIO PROGRAM. FSSB WARING OKA His PSNNS\-LVAN!ANS. Glv- rio*$ music. Every Stfnday ttignt at 8:30. Standard Time, Columbia Br&adcasl- System. In i&e meantime — "WATCH THE FORDS GO BY." VISIT THE FORD EXPOSITION AT CHICAGO the Drive Your Ford To Scarborough For Genuine Ford Service Tefephon* 49

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