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August 5, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 10

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THE PARIS NEWS. , AUGUST f. 1§34 Stock Mart Hits Slide New Orleans Cotton Gains YORK, vrf*. — Weakness In raiis urdermined confidence in stocks Saturday and the rr.arke: igaiaed momentum on a decline. despite the fact ihai liquidation was .not heavy. World-wide strength in wheat *sd other gains again went unnoticed in security markets. as tar as causing sympathetic movement TVSS concerned. September -wheat in Chicago sold at £1.05 a.' bushel on a rise Of about TTVO cents a bushe;. Orh^r grains rose fractionally to more raas two cents. Sma33 crop yields were effective :n causing further advances in Liverpool, and other foreign grain markers. In ihe stock market, however, small crops Corked the other -way NEW ORLEANS, ing by i lie week end and in advance of* t>e bureau report. ! October fim&Hy traded up .to 13.05 and .December to 13.1?-or 14 to 15 point* above the lows of the early trading:. The market'closed at or near the - top. October clos-1 ing at 13.02 or 10 points net high^_~ f^ V ^~i er £or the <Say aad December clos- nei up. I is. contributing to liquidation in j I railroad shares on the assumption j | smaller hauls of fdxm product* j ! would aggravate problems of the j : carriers. f • Union Pacific fell more than 5 j points to a new 1934 low at So 3-4 j i and Santa F"e and Pennsylvania j followed into new Jow ground for? the year Losses of 1 to 2 points Sing by shorts in . advance of thei e< j a t 13.1? or 12 •K.-ere general in ihe rail list. ) government's production report \ : Traders made a bearish argu- ' due next Wednesday prompted a | ' jrent out of summaries of June ] moderate advance- ia cotton Sat- j \ railroad earnings, indicating an > urday. After opening 5 points up j increase in operating expenses of I the market reacted but rallied j the railroads a gain of less than • Kgs*n under the covering and 2 per cent in gross revenues. { closed steady at net advance* of J 10 to 12 points. SVLPHXTR MERGER j The opening was steady though NSW YORK.—The Texas Gulf } quiet First traces showed gains F ORT WORTH, (^) TJ. s Sulphur Co.. it was learned Friday I of » points on some over night j r^p^ ACT.- — Hogs 600- truck has; agreed to issue to the Dela- j buying orders but prices soon j hocs I& ~ lower . few ware Gulf Oil Co. 1.300.000 shares' eased off 7 points from the early } sm all killers up to 4.SO; cf s-CL-k in exchange for a 50 per"! highs on liquidation by tired longs | , op 4 go . ^ u , k , so _, 6 " 0 i b . truck c^r.z interest in ihe sulphur de- { vho were unwilling to carry com- j hogs 4 , ? o-SO;~ packing sows 3.50- posits the Delaware company ac- i auitments over the bureaus per- < .j QQ quired from the Gulf Production j i^«i. Co.. a subsidiary of the Gulf Oil! The market later turned firmer Corp. «ov.ins to shorts covering for over Hog Market Eases Down MARKETS At A Glance Courtesy K Gibraltar H.ot«l Grain Price Takes Jump YORK. COTTON Jan. ......-..-13,13 IS,"! iia.rch ........13.24 33.55 ii»v .......13.31 13.SS J«Jy , 23.3$ 1S.41 Oct. 13,?" 13 OS 12,$8 J>ec 15-97 13"l» 13. OS 15.19 IS. 32 13,28 13.34 13.21 13.37 13.42 SEW OKLKAX3 COTTOJS Pr«v C!o*o Hiih IAW Jan. 13.0& 1320 13.33 March ....13.1S 13.30 1S.1S May 13,26 13,37 13,±Z Ja.'y ..13.31 Cio«* i!"3a ' CHICAGO, VP) — An pr«c«dented in a long while, active European buying of xvheat futures at Chicago, set fire to broad speculative demand for ail grains Saturday. Chicago -a-lieat soared 2 ^ cents «. bushel and com 2 cents with al! deliveries of corn and rye here as . 12.S3 13 -°* 13,05 1£.&0 13.17 lS.03 GKA1N Incroaiscmg a New Service to Our Growing Army of Customers BEALL'S AUGUST SALE of NASHUA America's Outstanding Lin? Of Quality Blankets Specially Priced! Buy your Blankets now—a small initial pa^.Trjent a^i a little each week or month a=d yen'), have warm, new blankets—**a'I pa5d tor" by cold weatfaer yca'il never eiiss the money—tais easy way BeaH's ha; provided for you. NASEUA^S Pair art Wool—Deep Nap! SAME BLANKS i AS ABOVE IN 70x80 SIZE 32.79 J OUTSTANDING NASHUA VALUE! /^jr* *7r> 01 * i DO x 76 rlaicis "l^ne ail cotton •doable, appr A in Same in Size, 70 x 80. . 1.79 Reai Value! This 4-Pounder! 25% Part Wool 3 98 PAIR Buy on Our Layaway Plain Nashua's SILK and WOOL NASHUA'S FAMOUS "S'WOR- MA,* ; BEAUTIFULLY TEXTURED SILK AND WOOL SINGLE BLANKETS Size SO x 80—2y;> Pound*! Heautitu! solid tones—rose, orchid, green, peach —^vith 3-inch ail szik saii n fcindhig—in harmonizing shade. A blanket for warmth as weU ^5 beaut v BEAUTIFUL SILK AND WOOL REVERSIBLE Nashua's fine "Na*ram. T ' 7? x 84 silk and woo! blanket in reversible or tux: rone -efferts: sreen and orchid, ereen and peacft. orrhjj and ?o!J. rose and ^old. blue and peach. Grow- JMT Dry Goo* QrvMubwtMMft steady, j ^ Cattle 50 commercial 6,000 gov- j ;^; t emnaent; calves 75 commercial : KA-. 1.500 government; nominal. For i I?TI» 10^2? srizax* WOLFE QT\ LOCAL week: slaughter steers weak .to 25c i s«pt_ T*"!!!!!" 46H lower; plainer grades slaughter ] ^; * T " ! * I yearlings uneven. 25c ^or morel Ms-y^TT. 1 lower; siatighter co\vs around 25c j ^ tf * >t - I* 8 * higher; other classes cattle- steady; I ^1",^ "evi-'nViV'ioaa*^* bulk prices: fed steers, 4.5O ro ! 3 ^ 1 ";- 1 around 5.00; grassers 2.75-3.50; I ^J= j good to choice fed yearlingm 5.00| 50; butcher-cows 1.75-2.50; bulls ; 1.50-2.00: weighty slaughter cal! ves o.50 down, \ Sheep 250: nominal, for week: ; Cors and traders oaid par| tat tambs yearhngs and feeder _ WOLFE CITY.--A parachute j ^^ heed - o officia! reports J^ I lambs steady; aged fat w ethers; jump and stunt flying attracted a j ualess adequ aie rains are received 1 steady co lOc higher; feeder year-; large crowd here Saturday. i .^c.»rru | sings weak to 25c lower; medium i Edgar Howard. Hubert Stidha | grade z'at lambs 4.00-5.00; good "- ^- Cherry. John Soggess. Misses i j ia.ubs scarce; medium to good fat \ ; Kathryn McCa*roll and Lorfec j Howard of Wolfe City and Miss \ well as all wheat futures in Liverpool, "Winnipeg and Buenos Aires • s'v*; overt °P? ia S ljle season's top price is'if l record. An outstanding immediate I incentive for purchase orders came ] froni reports of abnormal dearth Cio*e i of moisture curtailing in a bis 19*5 i wav lhe estimated yield of corn !<?<»^ j in the United States and of wheat 5^ 7s . Ek j in Canada. i^ 7:-»v * Leading authorities said the *^ 7s^; ! wor i(j grain trade appeared to « — | hax-e suddenly appeared to take 7?» 47 ^ =! notice of drastic changes in ihe ' supply and demand situation re- - ~,, j suiting- from persistent drouth and! i^i sl*k = iieat throughout vast are-as. it bonds |. respite profit-taking on a large p*r c*at 1 scal «. wheat closed buoyant at but little below the day's peak. 1^-2 I-S above Friday's finish, corn 1 1-S-l 3-S up. oats 5-S-7-S advanced and provisions unchanged to a rise of 30 ; yearlings 3.1'5-4.25: fat wethers j 2.00-S5; feeder lambs 3.00; feeder ! yearlings ".50 and ",T5. ; within the next two weeks the 25 i per .cent remnant of the Nebraska com crop will be lost. Provisions advanced with grains, f All deliveries of lard sold at a new for the season- i "She Was a I^ady." an ttnusua.1 modern romantic drama, is the fea- • ture picture at the Lamar Theatre i for Sunday and Monday. The story. \ written by Elizabeth Cobb daught- -?r of Iryin Cobb, appeared serially in McCall's Magazine. and was adapted for the screen by the authoress. "She Was a Lady," relates the experience of a girl, daughter of an Englishman, who has disgraced his family and for that has been sentenced to live apart from them.. The daughter, raised as the daughter o? s. famous house of the nobility should be, raised.-, and instilled with all the qualities that would have been imparted to her ia the ancestral home of her family is, nevertheless, denied the advantages accorded tie rest of the family when she, after her father's death, Lries to join bis family. Through a very colorful and -x- cizing life she earns her own living and advancement, from a -western ranch, then a traveling circus, a Xew York night club, the preten- ; tious home of showy Amfrico.:i • •wealth, and finally the sridbl>ish at- • rnosphere 01 an old English manor ; r.-'iise. As the picture, relates the .' cirTs r;se through h-=r o-vn e"-;rl.> ; and her attempts to win her right- '; -U.Z. aristrc-cratic, position the au- : ., f-werful drama and touching., ro- : raance of the story, and be moved : •Deeply by the romance thav .;•:-- : Kathryn Shaid of Clarksville- went '• to Orangeville Friday evening for \ a swimnsing oartv, I ~ •School transfers from the rural ! ANTLERS CHILD IS school disiricrs to the local schools 1 BURIED OX FRIDAY are one-third larger than last year, j ANTLERS, Oklo,—Funeral serv- say s O. W. Stone. chamber of { ices were conducted Friday after- commerce secretary who had! noon for Marvelle Thornton, two- charge of the transfers. i year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. TALIfflNA LOCALS. PERSONAL -ITEMS! Okla, — Bill k-dge, former resident and ness man cf Talinina. nas bought ! taria! the stock of merchandise of Camp No. 1 from Karlev ^os who had the camp rented *rom j Rutledge, and will operate the ' Bobby Tom Wade, son of Mr. ! and Mrs. Dennis Wade, reports. he had a. chicken hatched last ; week from an egg that had never •' been set on by a hen. -, Miss Myrtle Isobell of the "^"hitesboro school faculty. wa.s ; awarded a Bachelor of Science de- : gree at the end of the stirntner ; term at Southeastern Stat& Teach- I r-rs college, E>urant. ] L-:ttle Miss Dorothy Ann Simp ] s-on was honored Saturday after- f noon at a party given by her f mother, to celebrate her fifth I birthday. 30 little friends attend ! Thornton, at the hoine of Rev. j. x. Pate, grandfather of the child. The Rev. M. K Archer. Nazarene pastor, conducted j the rites, and interment was at Hut- : the Antlers cenaetery. Death oc- busi- 1 curred Friday m.omins from ma- fever. Big cr Little We Give Your PLUMBING Needs Our Quick Expert Attention PHONE 1133 B. F. BERLY Plumbing and Heating Mrs. John J. Thomas returned SatTJrday from a two months va- f-axiors spent with her daughter %.' Boston, ilass, 3Ir, and Mrs, I^udis Goatcher whjo have been attending the World's Fair In Chicago the pasx three weeks, have returned. : BLACK VISITS KEXATTVES EXAMINATIONS FOR POSTMASTER SET )oesYour Kitchen Make (J<M Feel This Way? Announcement of triird c^.ss postmaster examinations. receipt of applications fcr wjiieh "?vi!! close Ansrust 17. has been rcade by Postmaster T. "vV. RusselL Examinations will be held for the post- mastership at Deport, for •rc'hxch the saiarv is 51.5&0. the 'notice sets for ; -!i. Applications mtist be proper!" executed and filed at TTashfr^ton prior to rhs hour of c'icsir;?: business on the date listed, it is ern- phasized." Notice of th-e open competitive exarniriation for the post- jnastership is raade at the re- cuesr of the Postmaster General bv the "nited States Civj! Service Commission. The exarr.inatior. y/ilt be held at Paris. LE-—Mr. and Mrs, Bugene Black and their chiidren. • Misses Adele s.nd Barbara. Black and Harold Black, are here from their home in vrr.snir.gton. D. C-. for s. risit with Mr. Black's brother. HL P. Bla-ck, and other Clarks ville- relatives. Mr. Black Is chairman, oi the federal board of tax appeals, and a former United States congressman from tais congressional district. His sors is a C^TT^^i.-^, *-*^ T ^I^ TTrii^** T ^s*t'^' o' Jvla~» bama, trliere be "Till graduate next | Appearance of a rtew comet has ; been predicted for this year or " next. your most useful vant- Don T t spend ccmrstlffgB hoar* in a diagr. drab-looking color- lea§ kitcbsn. Brigbtei it up? Give it a iwnr kas* co Hfe! Make k a "happy'" place ia •which to work. Yoo cac do it — easily, quickly — and 4t small cost, •with — Interior Gloss Finish Tfc* wwhabi* flntoh f*r btt*ri»r w«lls ^TERIOR j Class produces * «rft. restful aon- ^xr» waterproof fiaiah that can b* wa«h<d with ao&p and w«er. Greaw? spots. finc«r print* and stains come rijdat off — imi Interior GJoas s£cys on — for fecrs. Tayrtre njodish shades. !x:t n* show yoa how little « "new" kitchen coeta, Murphy-Provine *l«linbcr, Smooth As A Smtle" I 1 Texas Power A Light Co- cT*sn cost. th« DREADNAUGHT REJCTA1* SERVICE y»o con now comp'et^fy r«fini«it your floors yourself — from tb«r jsandJrtjf to j th- fiuaj lxx>k at your floors now, then call ' o» on the r>ho?r« or drop io and «^« ; to*. W« want the opportanfc; to ; tell j'oti «ix>ot th<» new, co?tv*n- ; Eient floor service. 1 The Sherwin- WOlimmsCo. Money to Loan We will finance the building of a neu/ home for you, or for the improvement of your old one. PARIS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION M«mb«r: F«<S«r%] Horrf* Lx>&n Bank System. Unlt«4 Stat«* , Tex*« BuUdinjr mnd Loan and tx>«n ln«tjtut«. Bw«<itr««: »»4 Loan Conf«r«BC» Summer Goods are harrying cut AUGUST CLEANUP PRICES ! Plan a Shopping trip to Perkins Monday ! $19.75 Summer Dresses Printed and solid crepes and sheers in light colors .... ideally suited to finishing out the summer in a gxand swirl of smartness. Perfectly tailored .... immaculately designed .... they're quality dresses and they show it. * Floor 79 to $4.00) 29c and 39c Piece Goods Seersuckers, waffle cloths, piques, broad cloths and linenes are shown. Many suita ble for makint: school dresses. Real bar sains in real quality fabrics. Main Floor ' Men's Straw Hats Choice of any sailor hat in the house for only SI, There are many soft straws also included. Buy a fresh hat to finish the summer or save it until next year. Mala Floor Men's $12.50 Seersucker Suits ^xperiJy tailored -suits that really fit. ilade of 5£.ntiia» LForratne seersucker in gray and white stripes, cool, comfortable, pood looking, all this year's goods, Sach s^it has two pairs of trousers. Quantit early selection advised. Main Floor P^re silk, fine quality ties in Ijjrbt Kn colons and patterns ledxieed from fl.OO. You're sure to need one or two light ties to finish the summer . ... , buy theai at a. saving:. Mala Floor Boys' Button-On Wsists Reduced frons much higher prices. ot S'eatiine broadcloth in -white, bltie. tan, and fancy patterns. They have sport collars and either Ions: or short sleeves. Sires are 3 to S. Floor French kisS. Lambskin, Capeskin, X>c«skin iad ss:ed* gloves fs 4 ar.<J 5 button lengths, isrith either plain or fancy cuffs. Colors are Jwsise. tau, bro-^n. and srr*-. Most all sizes shown. FJoor $100 Fabric Gioves, Values to $1.50 Meah mereerlrea. and other novelty Sloves -arlth fancy cuffs ar« shown la *. tre- mendotis rang® of d*»ig7i» in -whit* And -eg^f- vhelT. Extra quality grlovc* that vlli g-iye you smart servJe* a2I 3faln Floor Modess Vacation Special kit con»isu* of 'two regular pack- of IS napkins and a, vecatfon pacicag* g 4 riapkins. Models L* a nationally famous sanitary napkin made by Joh.n- sor. and Johnson. Baacanacnt Discontinued Patterns China- Glast-Silver 1/2 Price CHINA PATTERNS ARE: Tal* -— Albany — Marqu«tt« — Durant —• Bird of P* —-Couutfrws — RowemaTT — K>w and Harriet. Many ptece* ir* sho^-n in each pattern. SILVER PATTERNS ARE: St«rlln« pau*ra» Snclo<J« EiSjrew^nh — I>o'Iy Madison — *.n«l Fr1n«€Mw Pfttrtci.it. Plated pattern* «u-«> Bird of Argosy — Qn«»s B«?SB« «n<J Duchess. MASS PATTERNS ARE: Black St*r*rt Etched Byxantln* — J*Ttnce«a and Wisteria, <iift Shop — Second Floor Perki ns Dras ^v c^ cb |/\^ f=^/v isj ^ "^7 I*|MMH» S414— Th« |>c|Wirtnt<TH( Slow? of

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