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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 6

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SIX %TMI PARIS MEWS. TUESDAY, AUCUVT T/ 1M4 Denver Boy Sure He Can BeatLaRue Elitch M«et» Bill F AN ByDub ARE Furey GOLFDOM HAILS A NEW CHAMP '*** Bells o* St. 5fary'« „ ; can'i be heard in Texas but In. One - Hour jihe Bells of Texas are makins ] themselves heard in a baseball ; -R- ar Eea.u Bell, Galveston's slug- | does not belonjr to tb« Gov«* bl£ brothers who have been fcicfeins in s talent all season. "Well, if it's the tnrrb. it certalji- Incide . ntany both the Messrs . I but every little bit helps. WSELE on *abject of I .,eagt» we ' point to thr performance of Fri- j '^ " erson, the CbJeoia clonter. In the | official averages:., release^ Sunday. ' !l-ou had collected C-i home runs. ! - T *L._ has l*e« wld"to i 5^ SeCk aKd SeCk WHh ! Gen-is of the Tankees. A pair of | ," ^ ', ^ i Ixsu's that are a pair of Loilus, if ' for i lie ? , - ' - •» i price of 1:5" a -' v Jfc - ^~en i. comes o m-.- , Sag!; Tyler Mr. Bell ; been sold to : Ijoasr of Billy Burns, the reformed j "Denver ex-bad boy- ia 'he main event of the -w-'eek'y ^ resrlins: pro- • j grass'at.Paris Athletic club. Barns ! 3 «^ havfr bee - so15 U P- delivery* lias notified Fred Greger, manager ! TO cc made after the current «sa- j of the arena, that he -wants no money if he fails, ix* defeat !Ls,Rt:e here Tuesday. Z.ocal 'vrestlins -—ris •*. no art familiar-with the ability •_•£ ILaHue. Tvho is about as toujli as they come, no doubt think Burns ha= zsiad-e an offer tha. t^~:ll cut him out of Ills share of t:;-e purse for T^aRue sside from being: a ro^igh an-d tumble- expert vr:ib lev- r-eers. 3s more- than a. £e-*v shakes as a wrestler hinnself. The occasions on -R hich he has- been beaten in a local rins are far 1-ess numerous tha -sviilcb h e "bis las OT>el3 ~o dlslik __ _ - biS-fashion before the referee sioi>- i Rutfc TVSS asked to manage until j qualifying, according: to announce- j ped the ciateh and disqualified ! Colonel Rupperr coulu use him j nient reacmng- this coiumn. | ZiaRu*". • as boss of the Yanks -with result- \ i ir;=: ^esr insult \a his Ruthlaii i "^"e also note that the race for = Tia^e*!--** 1~ is -'-^r understanding I honors in the club's annual J.?ss | that i I'M? Tyler Mr. BoH is the only ! Pefrhong ringer tournament is be- j r-'avcr on the Governor roster -who \ coming- cuiie spirited. At this i : ""' j -rrritirss; 3>enton VTise is leading by ; ! -virtue of having: scored an - eagrle j \ -i on the par 5 eighth last -^eek. J ? This siven 'Denton a birdi-e on each i j of the other eisht holes and MS ? Texas Loop Top Ranks Unchanged FIGHTS Last Night By the x^ssoclated Free* | C H I. C A G O-—Soly Dukel*fcy, I 153 *~. Chicago, outpointed Kranfcie » I Baltasliaw 155*~. Winnipeg, ilan,. 1 San Antonio Comes From ' u "-. Bus Bre^, 134% Manhru- jLongwod Bowl PUv ' ~ —'—• m. -™.j Favorites In Net Tourney Win Handily Behind to Defeat the Houston Buffs PARKER Associated Press* Sporte The first division roake-np in the Texas Leasrue race is still Sa.n Antonio, Galveston, Beaumont and Tuisa. Monday games cave San Antonio an S to 4 -win over Houston: Beaumont a 6 to 1 decision over Galveston: Fort Worth a 4 to 3 verdict over Tulsa, and Dallas a 5 "to 4 triumph over Oklahoma, City. A five run outburst in th« ninth. pulled San Antonio from the- rear asd ga^-e the Missions victory Trhen all seemed lost. The league leaders' wild rampage drove Beckman from the mound and recorded a total of 16 hits for the game. Third Baseman Harshany of San Antonio sot two doubles and a single to drive across four runs. l^arry Bettencqurt. Mission outs' fielder and the league leader in runs batted in. drove in two runs- Joe Hare turned in another splendid pitching exhibition -when he. stopped Galx-eston -with si^: hits to give Beaumont an easy victory. tan, I35y Atlanta, Ga., <6>. j PITTSBURGH. — Moe Butcb. j 12$, Pittsburgh, stopped George \ Pace. 124. Cleveland. CS>. Patsy Hennisan. 1ST. Pittsburgh. out- pointed Jack Hok. 136 '-i. Pitts- De^tiued to Be Se«d«d List Affair DN. — Bob Wilson, 147. Florida, stopped Gary Wright, 345-4, Washington, (S). Carl Guarginia, 124. Florida, outpointed Kiki Allen. 121=4. Ke\v York. (S). •Wild Bill Howe!!. 146 *=. Washington, knocked out Sam Kirk. 150, Texas, (3). IBIPIRE FINDS PAIR BROOKLJXB. Mass.. OP) ud Lotigrwood Bowl tennis - tour— j naaient. movtixs into the third. j round Tuesdbiy. gave promise ' ot becoming a-strictly seeded-Ii»t affair. The fa\ m orites swept through the first amd second rounds-with ease. N - - '.'... :•;-' The men's doubles open la.t» Tuesday, after the singles field/has reduced itself to the round -of Th« mixed double* j national champions and- Davls'cup i victors, fresh frosn honors-abroad. Ned PetUgrevr Once Managed Two j head the doubles dra.w. They 3fembers of Antlers Team ! probabl^ will arrive Wednesday^ 1 \Tilrner Allison of Austin, Texas ANTLERS. Okla.. —Ned Petit- Hop-seeded Ui the sin s iea and »ec- sretv. Duncan, Okla.. ^vhr> is um- j on< j racking player nationally, pire-in-chief of the district TOUT- n e d th« favored fe-w into the third Tiament series Hugo and { brackets -aritb . a pair of easy vic- Antlers, has xr.et up with wo ba!i tories during fc,e .loatbut Hare, on" the shelf lor the last .ten , er third-baseman. he-«i do-wm the v-laj-ers here who p'ayed for him { fi x - e games. He defeated "VT. 1-. -V «rhile he tvas manasgr of . teasnsj Aien of Newport, • R. I.. «-I. «'-!. in the Oklahoma. State IJeasue itn-3 | i n the first round Monday. :he VTestern 2>asae. i tnen eased through the second Ross Faudres, flashy Mounts' £:-| bracket by overwhelming j; C. days -with an ailirts salarj- arm. returned to action and ^"as corn- Paul Runyan (above), 25^*at-old golfer of White P!slns» N. Y^ } piete master of the second-place ;red ths championship ranks vrhen he defeated Craig Wood of Deat. ! BUCS -whose one run -was unearned. lie likewise is kno^ "r. as the type ; -wrestler ^v-ho keeps going fro::: xhe : first, whls-Ie to the end, with his I objective bein^ victory first and : consideratic-" •:•: bo'-v it 'A-as achie" - : ed-later. , 5iis opponen-. Burns- on the oth- -, last -was in Paris r^srularl:--. 'A'hen ; he was appearins- here as s. light est of the rough. Xo-^- he nas ; adoptee -cleverness in the place of i 3~oi3s:hness sjid tries to stick to { above board tactics. Ho-prevsr. if : t5i* 5oin.& ^eis too "tc-nsrh for Siliy j 2ie cazi ttzrs. on the ronsh sttiff j "frfth £2iy hsavy. I The semi-final Tuesday night. I pitting Nick Slitch against Bill j Sledge, -wiU so t^o out of three | ^ODO^ ^~ Ta.Hs T^ith a one hour time limit. I The barrel chested 5i STttmi •Tvrestlis: and T J atsl Jones, tv.-o of their, in th-:= LJ State*, and is thoron~h^y Giants Look Like Cream Of the Field C. Frarsci-. Jr., last year's -srinner, But Francis needs only a birdie I on one hole to tie "PTi S e. ss he s3- j read^- has seven birdies ana one j pa~:=- So it looks !:ke a scrap I ' v/hfch of the younsste-rs -arins the } Leading Champs \ cup this year- Unless, of course. | •, -TT ""—^~>- AT « : one c* the older -olfers comes- { i>lore j io:T , e ^ lth a pair of eagles pretty j I soon. And such a thir==- can read- j ! il~ iiaPt>?Ti. you knoTT. ! , entered N. J^. to win his first major title in the National Professional Golf association tournament at Buffalo. Runysn is shown here with the emblem of victory. (Associated Press Photo) Crate Factory 4-2 Winner OverPar-Tex Oil Entrant hot-corner position on the Cush- osr. Oklahoma, team of the Suste leagrue in 1923-24 tvhen Pettigrew Challis. .Tr., & fello-sr Teacaa, S-l, Since a. recent drive manager. On the sa>ne club - t York to abolish slot machines Beauroont closed a home stay} was car! Hubbe,!!. Sleeker, Okla.,: operated tvith brass tokens 'the by T\-innsn^ ten out of 12 games, { novr the hurling star of the IC ~ •«— T T TLT Of World Have Games to Play By HERBERT ~W. _.. Associated Press Sports Writer ; ft£AX oAEr^ the cro^n o, conceded the hes"*vweight champion of the j _.,^ ! wo^Id nerched jatintlly on his | •->•:!> ' ~ - _ In £ san^e that saw piiChers and other p-ayers switched about frequently and which, was marred by several disputes Involvinsr play- vrs "T-Q Timpires, the Crate Fa.c- Tory team Monday afternoon defeated the Par-Tes Oil company team. 4 to 2. in a city league samo played on the South Thirty-first | 5-econd. He score<j anc street diaiTEond- Neither starting i reached isecond v- hen i?itcher -^ve-nt the route, both Baker of the victors and Foreman of the losers iieldlns the mound. Turner relieved Baker and Smith fo!- lovred Foren"an to the hill. Bill Rabb scattered ei^ht Tulsa hits to vein a. mound duel from Bill Posedel and brinsr th© Cats home victorious. Posedel allowed four runs and seven hits- the seven j innings he pitched. Skeeter . Xe*w I some. Tulsa. shortstop, hit a home i run in the ninth -criih a runner on but the rally fell on* run short. Fort "Worth played errorless ball. Tork Giants. 33on Bens, catcher here. Ti-aa i size of a. nickel, telephone^, coin- ps.ny officials report a, decreas»\ln The number of sluss in ' first string: catcher a*) phones. City in the Western !>ea- j ° in 2925-26. j Ar!o Scossins, czar of Okla- i Sandlotters and Charles; Even after Pyorrhea. has'affect- Saulsberry, secretary of the DBF. j «*d your stomach, kidneys and and Oklahoma City. Tinies sports j Heal Those Sore Gum* healtlu I^eto** Pyorrfc^a. i their second straight i -A-hen Centerfielder McCulloch field. Joe Xing- ihen h:r ro Jackson arr-2 ^as safe -when he muffed the ball. Southerland scoring. James scored on Martin's single. the only hit of the inning, I singled in the "ninth to score Tony But the Oilers" lead ^vas short j York frona-Shird -with the -winning lived. Cross, first up for the Crate < ran that broke a 4-4 deadlock- The 1 Facto—-, singled and then stole | Indians knocked Joe Vance from j Ritchie j the mound in the sixth ^-ith a four i Dodson I run splurse but they could -do j ufr><! Ritchie's- fly to center. |'nothing "with Southpaw Fred Stic- [ :-:chie took third on a nas^ed bail j j v . i ::i "the n-est t-wo men •5 i ."'?re retir- i - j rf be.ore he had a chance to -n,-ruer. both of Oklahoma City, Remedy, used as directed The Oklahoma City Indians lost j -v-ere here Monday to loolc over you. Dentists recommend !t. to Dallas i the baseball sltuatiof. in southeast Oklahoma. srists return your money If it Palace Store.^ — -Adv. ji to VL-rest-in-g. ~f: catapult belli5: his most effective, saethod of 5-31.: nir:^ fil]~. a,nd is on? of *he c5sanest arso v '- ' — ~- -~.~~ " ^-, ~."""-~, present- £»UTL iii.tr s-um^. ne ^;-; •.reson; to a, bit of rough stiuff if necessary ~o protect hlmsslf- He"?s~S! ecale 204 p-cTind- o^* There- -tbonts, almost v.-hat Hbtrh =-£ <f-je ;. s H'/J-d-i^ a. Threc-janie lead over: ^o to T>a!'as and see the f!~ht TVC ; h-; '_h:ca~^ Cubs Tuesday. the ; imagine they -^an do so if they j :- a ^7c have .->n'-- JO rn--"-^ Barnes ' ^il! be real cuiet and not mention i " ,"T~..".--•"-. v,-"^..- -,^fj' -''4 r^- -T-.c : ' EnvT-n 1 ^- abou't "•••;-ir i ~ from Paris, i •^a^. *-i ^t of 15 baities ir : :h« ; because they ?^:ght think at the; v^T-' l & -.r- &sl * r .t the on;-' r^ailv -' :'-ox offlc? that sirsc^ you -^-^re i . .... , - -. - . ,-J_ • froir. Paris your money' -srould be j ! c core. Carter -?ras hit by a- pitched • Tne Par-Tex nice- 50* off to a I l-all an<! Saushman then canie ; lead in the first tnninsr ; ?hrou£h ?rith a double that scored ? € largely to 3. pair cf errors by ! Flitchie and sens Carter to third. | Jackson. Crat-s Factory second . frorr- -^,'here he scored on Arnold's j slacker. Souther-land dre-"^ a -n-a-ic ; single- Jackson -w-hiffed to end an5 "vherj Jarnos stten-iptec to : tl":-^ Inn.ns-. sacrifice, all hands "^rere safe vhen ; Tne- CratT Fa-™orj" =rc>t one more Jackson muffed the thro-w* to second. Boutherland taking third Trotters to Havelnning run in rh<? second on a pair o' j four Have Been triples by Ritchie an.d Baker after j twr> '-rrere dov.-r;. Thcr-eafter they! st In- -; To Position of Favorites i 1 '.for hii cmrta-in raiser T.'sr.a.^ 1 ?"' lers in a. Ttn^e limit n^atch, Km- aii'S ~. 'on/j exclamation '• threatene-S only once. in the ) • fourth. •when Jackson reached j : third on an error and a double, j I The Oilers g:ot a man to third in | ' *he fifth "btrt eoti'5 rc-t gr^-t hiiti j In Hambletonian By -S HESCXrTS DIXIE UEAGCE Baker. Crate I iv ruffed six its t 1 "hird iiiTTins? he j four "hits snd t" i -.vho followed hi Par^-rtrv pitcher, , V" ' ' _ ; OP he tour ana one-j 1 Torkeci, givinsr i ro runs. Ttimer, | rn. Trhlffcd. three | fwo and r=vo-thirds innings ari no hits, ™ ployes of Arthtir Cacdel company- -jhe club o—es its presfc=t exH^t- | However, -.no-se of ^yca -> ".o ^i^e j ^-ill' be snests of the noartag-ement | & ^ oositicn in the sta-ncLin^s to a i Baer a^ champion v.-ill :>«• ^ : _ a -_ r ^ } &$ jg!^ie2-LS Oi _n? ^r T ^^^ ;= ^^^ t ' : *?.T^J_ ' .as -will »?; Soy Scouts in tinlfor by their Scour A«*ociated Press Sports Writer : " ] XHW YORK. C5*i — Ths dress I rehearsals 'ha-vins 1 failsd to devel- an outstanding favorite, th« pick of the tfcre»-year-o!c trotters •*=i!l Ta«et in the eighth rene-a^i of the Hambletonian stakes a.t Oo«h- ! «n one -week: from Wednesday Trtth f i n- fi^lclins of i *»« r ' sst ^sppers. t-jro of them \ econd"ba««:man. Cillies. rating consideration in th© | DIRECT AND PERSONAL: DIH-ECT. — "rs. E £ t-y hsis and. r^rs. J. L*. Par _ s , . a ^ . , v-n ; 'iE-.a.rT > "t" rraE so chance f* iO-^ii" " '' I-ouii Cardinals ha"£ beers «.b;v te | -""- ir! = -.r.^ocr^r-^^ ^-j -... ^ > ^",'._ "TJ~ of arr*-~ con.seG.>Jenc^- ^•a-s**^ on tne sttitcd-c DIXIE Greenville 5, Jacfesc-n 4. Zl dorado «. Pine Bluff as a featt:r« of Th?- box «core: ts<; gaine. Par-Ter— F'oreman,. cf-p - - either. Beau m on t Dallas 5, 5 I.EAGCE S, Galveston 1- Okla.no— a City Scott Jtere Sunday. i!5 for soisr t.:~c '••. its ari hand ES ,repiort-?d t:n imp ro •Stella 3iat aad Odei! Pr: ha.ve returned from ?. v;ri I Janies- "b . i J. Kins- ss i ?. Tilth, 3b-p ! ilarrin. If ; T'.Iackey. c f :--p>eciai!r a writer for •^-JTj-v*Ejp. nsm 8 ? T^*e .°T— n ^ ; — i*-i-if« -z—s- - ;?*" ! Sa.n Arstc-Tilo AMERICAN jra-nie* *.ch e-d ul ^ Totals pre-race distrib-ation of the 140,000 purse. . — I The- racs Trill b« Trorth consitf- AB K rl PO A. 211 era bly less than the first year 2 0 1 C- 0 1 ; ^.-hen Gay McKInney won the major share of nearly *T4,000. but S the class of contenders probably never h-a« been, excelled, not rwt> year* augo -when Tae ioness lo-B-«r«<2 th* record for th« event to 2:01 1-4- Mascletose, flyinsr ti» idlks of , r r , jj 0 * and driv-a by K. M- CI>oc"i Far*_2 _^ __1 __1 1 shall of UrbaLn*. ,25 2 4x17 5 - ^ •»«•*« the —^Ritchie our. :hen alorg ca-Tne C. TT. PnelHs* ^~- AB R H ?0 A .E i Emily Stofcea. * New TorJc City " The Hev. J. w. M;;i:?i'. of ...the Baptist church he -4-Gcted. services Sunca: ' Miss iTTtO^f-r^. Crti ..Paris is visit."-:: hrr irries s-" h e<J ul <? r*, cor- ^•r. aad Mr?. Kor- hrcu^h s -;.> rr. T- s^-j;iire"iy or; their own is-.? ;>':::"-• ^'-' ^'ir. in T.he *•'• eft. Ko > j oJii:':'? '.earn in. rsc«": y*ar£ has 1 *-o helpless be^'oua i i Texas League Leaders Baker, p-r Turner. P Heecre, r Carter, if .4 " " - £ " cr - ! Arnold, lb-20 • £f:: f *b-i v/s-re bors. Permanent Waves ! B-- THS .VS5OCIATSD P ie.2-d;r.* hftr-rr: Morgan, • •-'-ror'^o. ,35s. Sc;!. Gal th : • '-• " ' . „„_ fs. Tu:--2- -a««- 2- 1? Lcfklr: - - " ... 15 C5 Palestine" - 15 25 Ty!c-r IS ?6 EAST DIXFfc. LEAGTJE Ttarc— ?•- ~^- <j-r-et~vi]!e ....... -7 '' » PSK': Bluff TS 14 Moore, rf Total- 5 2 trotter <iriven by "Kartllcck" Fred •J | £s:an to take over the spotllsat- 0 { This pelr. howaver. faded sozae- 0 {-what beforo the spe*d of Rey- 0 1 nolda, o-wTi«-d by Henry K- Knlsht 5 { of Chlcauco -when Marvin Cntlds 0 1 drov% the yelded son o* Lanrc! ^ 1 KaJl to victory at "R.ock»nyna.m ; i Parlc. Bertha. C, K»nov«r, the Ts-trster-book, favorite from X* B- Sheppard" 1 * Hanover. Fa-, farads, at the «.ra<B tlnse, moved tnto th<i front rank -wlta her first rac» of tliw. year. — LINDEN WINS FROM ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP I iOFTBALL PLAYOFF IS INAUGURATED j-' Tc^aJ h'ts." S<?n. Os Doublee: B-sli, Gajrestor-. 4"-. , < •• '• ?-»Jackson - , Ciarksda.:e going:, Soooy T 3 R-jnt battle iac Arton'-o. 1 J. L BALL & CO. " \ V *M; I n» o-:—;:i* *• f-T-.-iTt-r's I>*v:!s iost their j in-, r?" ^.-.'i-': ;r T'n«i :r,:tisl rounds of ; K ? in. Better. co"r 3<r,!1. Gau-veato- She!'*•". Seat* Jo* Kinr. Martja. Ritchie. Arnold. Baker. Two-baa* *~ '"oss. Thr**- j Baker. Earn- f OUVE,— The OUv* gporta Factory 2. Far-T«x to Un««n Sunday and lost a hard | on bal?t — Off Baker 1. ! fotJ^ht ball grarne !•-». Durwood out— By Baker 6 .by Tur- 1 Brltton of the Tvirmers ^ra» the n«r S by Foreman J, by Smith 3. i star of the sjstme as h« »cor*<J tour Lxj'ft on ba 1 *^ — Par-T«>x 4. Crate t rursa and played A ffryod yais* *t Factory *- Fa*«*d ^>»*» — Mackey. f »hort*top. Eritton ncored -whAt Hit by pitch T — by Foreman <Car- J proved to be th^ -TiTjuinK r«n in ter): by BskT I'Forernan *: by | t j, e .-J^-hth tnninsr a* he drew * r '«'A. KtnffK Tim*; of grsirnc j ... ^j^ »toln «ccr>c<3 a.od third ba«s h*. b<c>t four oyt of >. .*"fce<JuI*-^ TO t&K^ ^'^ : M'.-sr ytrtkiou"* : *"'* :5 ; •3hcn-s City. 1C 3. «' ^? 7ft hour and SC on «rror- AMERICAN 1 ts lonr to ,<5c- Prr. WALTER HAGEIV OPEN GOLF PLAY STARTS J. OI!v« a-nd for the Sport«. wil: via / *s?s[n J«»i Received Carload Marts ».r« frotr. "to i d v.-*igr!) from St Claude Terrell's of Coort JtS CITT, t^ 9 ? t f. jr.?;•*-',.. ^ r*ars»a-l Kinicer, 11, convict in *lif?. *in=-t" '*"*"<*•'•? •, susstytjri state j>eniten.tiar>. . s >'-i t earn*, out ? < n ^ cc, y*a.rs. from ;r: The lovst-r i-racketi in th* last j county for bank robbery. wa». efcot t-a:f o: "he r^vt-. Tht s*ri«?s »<>'*"; t<y death early Monday, when he ur.<5*r v»-ay w-ilE d*r«'rin'tn« i tfce «'iii-{ jjjj/j jr/mi O'Brien, <x>n*.^ct from »>*r f'.T th* »*-a»on. tn*S<j«SLr«h«'-*<J& : ; v; T _ j^ujg county, attempted to ha.v.rj;- -.'f-^'Ti victorious in the lat- ] f^^^pv.. O'Ericn v.%r; -voanded an4 rer v-"-.ri '-'--i the &e«*or:. f taken to t"fe« prison hospital. Til*; J'^-o T+iariif nr^ very e - i ttnii j "—•- - nvatciied ®t the pr<*«*-nt, an<J a>or»c • Xin-^ty.-fo-UJ' alumni H.tt«rid*..d stiff coinj>«.itioB -is'- l<x*-k*d ' ?<,«r i the fi/tfe -annual f*<*4s*Jo« of t!j>; :•. entire na.mt»er of j "alumni tjaiv,er»ity," a vr«<.-k of to *!»!»«• tl>» j*e*p'* | conceit Crated l«ctur«ai fo3!ovt.'ri£ A l*rE<; crowd ^'scs <i>ti l eS-os&e •«€ ttoe regular *ehtK>J j-«ar to »e« Mon<Ui: s g^me, - «sn< tlie 'Unir«r»3ty of ROCHESTER. <rv»ry *tar J ... !/f* ' tn the prof**- .**» off Louis NATIONAL Ttam — e^.' York . ; T«j=r»day !rs honor of Walter iand a crack at thft 13.000 prize 2% W. F> Boston Pklebyrgb €0 .!37 .S4« ConC'jJv'sd a* a. feature of the ity> one-»non:h c«r;J«br*Uon of IT* 0'M.h anniv«rr«*r;-. the tou rnarr, *nt a K planned Jn honor of "the a-J«." * ««tjv« : won, Th«> f>4 l*»d- tl<?s of T«^*day a.nd TT«d- JS-holc rounds w*iJ p-I»y « '.holds' Thursday for * tltt* «.«<! finet m<m*y « an< j Ham; Lxsrtoir, Olive, GIov«r! Henwhaw and BILIOUS Action Trtmtvtnt Sfjmul«iion of l/v»r bf!« flow i« not: *n«ucK for /ourpl*** rfiiff, but fmakin*4 vtth m- tmtiTi*! vcrowUnon fh*r r«U«vr» cvmportry ofrrt** COTM *<tt6ft* »rt<l •• ffiowr vwWT« "Goin' to Swift's, Mother." To Sonny, Swift*s s a hocochoid Oftm^ for fate fatbcr takes batterfat and e^gs to Swift A Company regularly, at least several times each week. Swift St Company produce plants buy e^gm. pooltry and cream of good quality, for cash, every work day in tbe year. These foods are marketed as Swift's Brookfield Batter and Eggs, and Swift's Premium Milk-fed Chickens and Golden West Milk-fed Fowl. The same Swift & Company salesmen, whosefl beef f pork, lamb and other meats, also sell butter, eggs* poultry and cheese. Instead of a dozen trucks being used for the delivery of a dozen products to a store, the same track is used to deliver aH products to a store, This marketing plan lowers distribution costs. Over a period of years. Swift A Company's net profits from all sources have been only a fraction of a cent per pound. We buy butterfat, eggs and poultry. Sell yours to /n doi/y totfcA w/ffi mom than 35,000 coo*ui*m0 cenfvn of m*oft, poultry and dairy producfz. both tfv*r *nd from T**e

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