The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 6, 1934 · Page 2
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 2

Paris, Texas
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Monday, August 6, 1934
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THE PARIS NEWS. MONDAY. AUGUST «, fWHATMAK GOODI E WS PAP ACROSS THE WORLD OR NEXT DOOR .... Ne'w's items in tne Psris Ne^'s )s.*ve racis. not opinions, T nev are in eat v but concise. They are wriiten v/Iih an eye to human interest. But ihev are seldom dcliberatciy sensations:—if v. e slip occasionally jt Is because reporters are human. People like to read about people anc so we write about people. There is an astonishing amount of nev? in The News about the doings of folks you know. Full wire service, day and rncM brings yen zhe events of ail the world not a boiled-down rehash, but the whole story, clear and complete. A visit to our editorial rorrns ^'Crfi show you the smoky, noisy "city desk"" of the movies. But it ~;n accusini you with the headquarters of a smooih-'K-orkir.?. efficient news-raihcrin?" organization. BRAVES 5, DODGERS O XV her. 'eah*.c> c;-* z hi* *''escme or lerrifvir.? There's arwav Sport? Psg'e *o turn *o. Die * ; -f homr-to^n Battlers trim 'em agfaln? What's So-and-So"> average'- Vv'ha* a' OUT this new horse folks are rslking about 5 What is the nirh >chcr-; co:nt TO d;j Tr.;« fall' When are The Reds corning out of the ct'ilzr'r Tl'.t Ne'j-'s j*i- 05 T -OU a' T -h* answers, with pientv of pictures to make mane:?- v'eri'. The Mories n-e w-;*r.en r^- real aces who know vcur sporr< heroes nn.j :he : r fotHes ?nd can v rire about them entertainingly, MANY POPULAR EDITORIAL FEATURES You car. >teri on ihe v«*y first page of The News, read W.KI Rogers daily wire, and turn through The News page by page and find the most imeresTJne edhcria! features r.i America. O, O, Mdntyre. and many other specb! feaiures on The Edhori-M and other pages help "make The News the moss interesiing; paper printed in this big territory. More than S,QoO Paris News' delivered out o£ town daily The Paris New s is more than 2 "home t--vn" p3pcr. Practically every family in Paris lakes 3i;_s in Texas and Oklahoma. The firs: cdi:ion "i The News, the Oklahoma Edition, goes ^o press a* 12:30 P. M. with the latest ne'-vs har*- CKlahorna News, since it goes to families rr... ihi State Edition £oes to press, and is hur- Tizc- to all parts of Texas by bus, train, and special motor carriers. Then tne Home Ed:i:on 2t ^ :30 p. in., and the Mail Edition, arid ^e wind up the day's M-ork, of bringing 2 V'TsT of more th^n' 9.CGO readers together in ^mc FAMILY FEUD Sorry, Mr. Bricfcley! We shall either have to quit priming the comics, the classified ads, the automobile registrations and the laiesr court r-. */$ On the same page or >ou will have to go out and buy another Nev/s for junior. Better trxe your copy with you when you do because the lArs, is Sitting with eag;e-eye, jusr waiting to grab the paper herself. Comes of being a fr*enZ of all.the family .... vou sometimes make them enemies. IS IT CIRCULATION? IS IT ADVERTISING? IS IT SIZE? IS IT NEWS? WE THINK IT IS SERVICE ! M AYBE you picked up your Paris News today just to find out all about the big ball game. Mavbe vou are one of ihoss who dive through five or six pages to learn ho^' to bake a deep dish cherry pie. Perhaps vou're a sea- suned "ediio-iai pager' .... or one of the'thousands \vho can't wait i." find out what Popeye is doin^'.. or maybe you side-track everything else in favor of the ads—and you'd be surprised how many do? aa ten e haci to please. The Paris News is vitally concerned in serving you and your desires—and •will be as long as you live in Paris. SOMETHING NEW? OF COURSE .. Mrs. Crummitt h showing off her ne«- sports jackeL Or it may te a new-fangled tea cart .... or a swell picture of Junior at S2.S5 the dozen. We don't know for cure because the photographer didn't tell us and the lady nas her shoulder in the way. But Mrs. Crtsrnmit is doubly pleased. There's not the hint of a bothered -*"JC£e? to Trouble her. Something in her expression ?avs she found it in the advertising pajes of The Paris News. Did she save money? Of course! But that's nothing new *'^r a veteran ad-shopper like Mary Crummit- She has saved more than her allowance. Time, shoe- leather anj the disposition her husband's forever bragging about. Stole a march on her neighbors, too. (Not ail r.f them—there arc quite a few News .id- readers on the Crumnih's street.) —~^~—^ Helping Advertisers Make News! You don't have to tell us that So-and-So's Sale of Dresses Is news! The ad came rn lafe buit it's not going to miss the tiniest part of an edition in spite of the fact that we had to make the layout and pick fctm out some swell illustrations from our ad service files The fuss our printers make about that ad would make the city desk green with envy! Is she plated up and on the press? Right, Bill! Start 'em rolling! LET CENTRAL CONNECT YOU WITH THE CLASSIFIED DEPT. Every person who has lost a valuable purse, or wants to hoy,a used sewing machine, or rent a house, can get in touch w-jih the right person by letting the central telephone operator connect them with The News Classified Department. Our "classifieds" have z wonderful reputation foi getting quick results.

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