The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 8, 1934 · Page 5
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 5

Paris, Texas
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Wednesday, August 8, 1934
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^ A- - -••-,' ' .- tt /'<*.~?t J£ ' ' " - - '" - " .-***->.-- >( il?V-* , AUGUST 4 i»« IHK MMSNEW9L HeatWaves >urge Across Land Mid-Continent FeeU Effect Sun and Mot Winds With New Force »y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Scorching temperatures burned jLftfcin "Wednesday tbe mid-conti- n*nt aJreadv hard hit by lieat ir*.v«s sui<l drouth. The new beat wave extends from t&« Rocky mountains to the Appalachian highlands, and southward into ttie Gulf states, further crops in section* that been suffering- all summer, perature readings of 100 or more are common fawmghout the stricken area. Hot -winds in. some parts aggravate th* situation, particularly in Missouri, which., -with Kansas is among the sections hardest hit- Kansas City had an official high of 10$ Tuesday: St. Ixmis and "Wiciita had 104: Springfield. Mo., *»d Oklahoma City. 102: Springfield. 111.. 104 and Concordia, Kas* 10S. There were many other high readings. In Korth Dakota. nrh«re President Roosevelt got a first-hand glimpse of the damage don* by the season's unfavorable weather, the temperatures ranged from 90 to 94, but dropped late TiJ**day night when a heavy rain i f«H. I "Four deaths ."were attributed to*.!h«a.t in Iowa ~wher« many This map i*pt«wiU btnin«» condition* in *v«ty state of A* tbiien •» ihow* in Augirtt, 1934, mtt* of "hUtion'* Busings/* officUl publication of th* United Stet** CHambcr of Commerce. SPECIAL THIS WEEK , OO Permanent* $2.25 Other Permanent^ $1.5O op Wave Set . . . ... I5c ELITE BEAUTY SHOP Evelyn Seavers, Tel. 8»4 Beavis-Jone* Seed Co. 32 North Main Just Received MSScr'i Foo<Ji cog* R* »o ift for * pvesad Or .-two *ftd gr»« your Cog * r**I 4r*«i. FREE Caesplet* DC* readings above 100 degrees were reported- Further injury to livestock is reported. At 3>odjre City. Kas_, growers said there would not suf- v.cient feed to carry the cattle through the winter unless rain conies soon. Southern Illinois also reports great suffering to livestock, I>espite rhe widespread heat area, some few spots had received, rtlief. Exe-issive rain feJl in Salt .Lake county, Utah, and northeastern Nebraska, reported beneficial moisture, Temperatures in the Rocky mountain area got as hi;srh as 108 at "Uiles City. Mont_. and forest fires are burning in Idaho~ The East escaped hot weather t*-ith top from 15 at Boston to S2 at Phtl- adelphfa s.n<3 SO ax Nevr Turk, Chicago had readings be:o^r ?-"?. M»t the humidity made it seein hoii-er. Miss Lucy Crow of DaUas, is here visiting- Miss Emmie Stone. Mrs. 'Mamie Gelger is a patient a.', the Ijamar hospital. Miss lx>uise Crow of Dallas is visiting Mrs. Ray Morse. Mrs. B. C- Ferkuson of Cooper, is at th.e Sanitarium of Paris for treatment. Mrs. McCain's parents, Mrs. B. I*. Billingsley. Mr. and Aged Woman Is Dead Here BRIEFS About Town ther * ** * ****">• **>- NEVE INJURED Aft * IVkUctt h*f» hare {wen **kcd to h«lp E. G. Lee of Swminole. Okla_ In the recovery of hi» endi«*» en- AIR LINER ORAfiUft MILWAUKEE, w*re injured. on« critically,. It was described as 93 i • Tcurs«Jay night for members and their families. ' been lost between Paris and ] water, | Council No. 1727, Security ;^ e <*«• « wa » Described as 93 i^ner fell^o ^.S^w^I'S Mr*. SftUie V. Biard Dicsj Benefit association, wi« have- al feet - *** liscfe *» *<>n* and w»s 14 i takeoff here and it» mot<*« b«m ' watermelon supper at Lake Crook j iach<ss *"<*« at *<* wa * ««* to have r ia*o flaaj«* Tinssday El*h£- I Although the plane did not tin lover, two of ir* motor* attd ih* propeller were, tore from 1^, tfc* pilot's compartment Wednesday At Home Of Daughter Miss Sallie V. Biard. 79 mother or Mrg. T. TV. Rus&ell and one of the pioneer settlers of Lamar county, died at the home of Postmaster and Mrs. Russell early Wednesday moraing after a prolonged illness- Funeral services will be held at the home at 9:30 Thursday morning-, conducted by the Rev. P. F. Hemdon. Burial will be at Evergreen cemetery. Survivors of Mrs. Biard include two daughters, Mrs. Russell and Mrs, JS. M. Dickerson of San Saba; two sons^ Billy Biard of Ft. Smith and Dick Biard of El l>orado. Ark.; three grandchildren. Jack Russell of Washington. J>. C., Mrs. A. P., Black. Jr.. of Gainesville, Fla., and Mrs. Herman Cass of Arlington; and three great-grand children. Virginia and James Black and Edward Cass. Born in Arkansas. Mrs. Biard came to Laraar county many years ago, settling at Rock Bluff, south of Paris- She and her husband John A. Biard, were among the pioneer settlers of the county. Mrs. Biard was a. member of the Christian church- Lee May of Direct who underwent an operation at the "Lamar. hospital .some time ago. is report-! ed to be improved. Cotton Sale Rule Given Check Must Be Deposited Until TaxJExemption Certificate Is Received fractured arm when she tripped on a.'rug and fell at -her home Saturday night. She is reported to b« getting along nicely- Mrs. Burton Mason underwent an appencectoiKy %Vedne«fday afternoon at the St Joseph hospital. may sell cotton grown —— Sihis j-ear before-their tax-exemp- Mrs. R. J. Durham received a. j tion certificates are received by depositing certified checks for one- half the value 'of the cotton with the g-lnner when tags are placed on the cotton. This announcement _„ - , was rnade by County Ag-ent A. I*. Tbomas Foster underwent an | K-lniiasion Wednesday mornmsr, ! ° J ' er ^ don at . the ^ amar k^Pital |following a talk with \V. A." Thomas .Tuwdarmorniag S»»th«««of| of Dana^ collector of Internal Mr. ano Mrs. Oai-a Foster of 156 1 revenue for this district. Xorth Seventeenth street. j ^ } No cotton may be sold until it bears a tas sh Bruce Smith. Rodsrers Smith, home. son of Mrs. Mae is quite ill at his Paris* ftneyt dry cleaning 1* Master cleaning:. Men's suits and ladies* plain dresses Master cleaned «nd pressed for A bi;r 15 pound bundie of family washing, carefully wasbwd, all flat work ironed, for only CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Telephone 21— 22 ;e Murrell, ot Dekalb underwent a tonsilectorr.y TVednes- day rnornins^ at ,;he Sanitarium, of Paris, Dr. and Mrs. O. TT, Robinson left, by motor, TV-9-dnesday morning for a trip to Chicago and Xi- Fslls- They expect to be t three has been •Mrs. Roy Johnson leaves Thiirs- lh ; T . Federa] B «"<*«isr. Dallas. "• hen a farmer deposits day she Frank H.obertson of San for Fort Smith Ark., where ^-111 visit Mrs. A- B. Harper who often, has been the guest o£ Mrs Johnson, in Paris. Mrs. A. W. Gatlin '"~ i attend the- "c _ , i WHO is ixiesday morning-'.at the St. Joseph j rpa bospitfi-L .§- that the tas *t is exempt 560 he ^ Still Alarms for grass fires were! Resident* and property rae<i in ai 500 Cedar street aad : o. "Ward 1 are asked by City San- | O ve- Culbertsc* street Wednesday j itary officer John How-rton to 4 mo ne the inicr^A »«*- J- morning. A truck was sent just | have al! trash aad rubbis - n collect- Ohrb^fe? 24 S. pS^Si*. Sfn« SS^ Ren °* " hCre " ^ J " ?d aad PlaCed ta the CUrb F " day ^SSadf^S^S^** idecce bnmed. , for co i lection by city employe*. G B ^ Minneapolis. iWwSi«t- ilr. Howerton 1» urging all citizen* man for the a i rways company- Miss MHetM. Meadow, state fi- i to clear their premises of all tra*h Geors* MerJeee, 25 Alvorva. V T" - nanc^ chairman of the Business i and rubbish, especially such ar- j r>onaW Conture] *I>aluth * * ** and Professional Women's club, * tides as might hold water and | Frank. Cooper, 42. W«natch*«. was in Paris Tuesday on official J furnish bres<im-r places for mos- 3 Wash.; Arthur* CaHahan, Mufti*- dtity. to the local club. j quitoes. % j ing, Mich-; Lester Ed««i $», Spok- j ase. and W. H. P. ClarJc, San j cisco. , One arrest for drunk was made \ Wednesday morning by city NEGROES MAKE BOK1> HONEY GHOVE. — police. The defendant previously r rials for two Honey Grove s had been arrested Tuesday night, j clarence Battle and Hilda Battle" REVIVAI. discharged and was Wednesday morning lodged in city Jail- Announcement was made Wednesday by the Rev. T. W. Cum?: re ~ arrested ? were held here Tn*«day morning. He was j Hilda BatUe, charge^ -with murder I mlngs of Blossom zhat the Kaxa- and assault to murder, -was re- j rene revival there will b* coatin- leased on bonds of $350 and $250. j ued through this weefc and h as- j Evangelist Ha3 T mond Dozier ii * ducting the services which are last several years, left Tuesday j bond of $400. The nesrro woman } ing well attended. Everyone is in- Uoyd Falls, wlio has been em- >. Clarence- Battle, charged wit ployed at the Paris [News for the ? sault to murder, was released on j ducting the se momin^ for Goose Creek -where he | fainted during she progress of her J vited to attend the servic*s during ha* atte'»T>t*'r? ft r>f>«:irmr» xtrirVt t>io ! n-i-al ! »^._ _^«»;_j _,* _^ ^ . _ _^s_ ha* accepted a position with the trial. the remainder of th* meeting. for tax. Tags and other necessarv j supples needed in administering i the Bankheac JLa\v may be obtain- | ed by winners from Mr. Thomas •" r Mrs. John Maness i* in 'VTash- tcn. D, C, rnakinc: sn ext*nce<I visit with h*r7- sister. Mrs. Gladys has g-one to e of Ser "'father.^;*f :> is animproved a: his home j fc •r Sulphur Springs, she \ras sx-t. compained there by Mr. and ilrs. Mrs. E. M. Sadduth and baby, born recetiOy at the 5-t. Joseph ho*r>iial. have yone to their home ] in Roxton. I WaterBflls ShowDrouth tified check, payable to the int^faa: revenue department for one-half the value of his cotton, .the Dinner ..may issue tags for the cotton and j «3ve a receipt for exemption cer- itiScates. When the farmer sives ' the required amount o£ j on cenificaies, the i check -will be returned to tie j farmsr. Funeral Held For ^S olf e City Woman Miss Susan Hes« of Durant. had | ibe month of July was one her tonsils removed VTednesdav ! more dry one. And* Paris water Sanitarium of bi:is probably veil! sfco'pr it or al- of Paris. ready have. A report from the. office of City Engineer TTalter Hicks Wednes- young son. Charles Roland- arriv- j day revealed that dtsrins- Ju!v the ed Tuesday fro-n their horce in { amount of water pumped—50*556,-Js &n all-ttme recor* Mr*. Cnaries O. McCain and Oklahorna City for IL visit ousave save -. - * - <K=~- -a- " - ~-f ^ "^^ ~y^ "" •"^•"-a,- ^t^r- •* _ „ -^— '^W-. ^B; -jr_-^.T^^ you run it- ••T ^"^^ _£^_ "^ -~ _= - _ _ - ---*-.- - =r,~SS--^L ^ - ~~ "v 3 ^^ a ^r^ -^•Ir ™S~5^I&^^"M only Ford offers all these 5 ^ eatures Consider the zmportmftce of the Ford Trock «x»cts »b<ywo *b<yre. Then think about whit Ford jives you to addition ... in the way of savings. First, as inexpensive a track to bey ms you am find; Second, «n 8-cyIinder, SO-horsepower power- plant th»t »ctnmlly operate* *t A lowr cost tb*x * "4-" You save oo first cost. You save on gms and oil. Yott sare on upkeep. Yet, in the new Ford V-8. you get a truck that sets *n entirely new standard of performance. Investigate today! RD V-8 Trucks •4*5 AND UT, F. O, B. DETROIT AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS OF THE SOUTHWEST -E- CrTST.—r utieral ser"- ( for Mrs. Lira*. Viola Spurlociu I - d=ed at the horiie of her ! Kerj- JMorsa.ii. GI ! the Honey Creek comixinnitv Sua- i <iay evening at 10:30 o'clock, v^ere | held itocday afternoon at 3:0.? 1 o'clock at th& Webb Hil! church. ' Biiria! follow-ec at the T\"ei>b HiZi I cemetery. " | Mrs. Spurlock is survived by i her husba-nd. ±i. L. Si>t:riock, ? f five brothers. j 'ic Runnioit, Jr., Bill GeQ;—t i Sfcarp acd J. C. Arnold were She*- [ Winfr-d Run-on"" of Ciebarns | visited hers over the week-en-*. f ilr. ar.c Mr?;. C- A. Armstrong 'i ba,ve jast returned zrorr. ilinne | apolis, Minn. ! Mr. an<; Mrs. Or-a.n Davis and 1 itr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes of ChlS- \ dress are visiting- here this week. ] Miss Betty Joyce Williams, who ' been viyci-gr n Fort Worth. ! SUMNER WOMAN DEES WEDI«ESDAY Mrs. "W. C. Tloyd. 5*. dsed at her home at. Stunner early KiomJnjr after a Funeral servlcei will be az 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon at XJttle Tine church. Burial will be at the cemetery there, crvivintj ar « >. er husband: on« , t*owell Floyd of Paris; a daughter. Miss Zella F»oyd «>f a footer-dausrhter. >Trs«. . LvTj-t of Kilsrore: five thre-e brothers. F!*Wheeler of KalJ?, I>. TVheelrr of Brecfc*nrJdic« arsd Alfred \Vh<*fl- *r of Samner: and one sister, Mr?. TVoo<5 of :j>araner. Fisnernl services «U1 N* in arge of fhe R*v, J. \V. M^Ticn^ and the T5*v, X. C, \Valt*r». Pails will be Cecil Kven?:t, Guy Bxick 'Whitf. Alleys Mark Kennedy attd Pete S40 s: fo- Paris. The report shows that the pumping 1 plant at Lak^ Crook operated 5S9.4 hours during the month, or an average of 17.4 "hours per day to pomp the 1.530.000 cal- Ions of water that -was the average daily total for Jalv. j Old Sol is the city's b:crest ^ater consamer. And "he is on the free list! Durinsr July ^^ 501.500,000 gallons went up to the sun in the form of loss through evaporation. This is e<;iia! to the \ has returnee to her h o ~e h-— record loss through evaporation,' '" recorded back in 1924. But in spite of all this loss a-nd enormous consumption. Paris still ha* j>Ient>- of -water. At present there are S.250.Q00.96$ gallons scored In I<ake Crtxjk" an<I 500.000.00? «ortxl in Lake Gibbons, sviil- sble in case of an •extreme eraer- S«acy. And the supply is only 250,060.000 gallon-* less at inis tim-« th«.a the previous five-years" average for this time of month. If the present drouth continues* much lonsrer, however, a. new record wjl! be set for evaporation loss. City Bnsnteer Kicks ««.;d. ybil McR.grht of Dallas is I visiting here. J Mrs, Joe James of Canton. Ohio. • is visiting here- \ s, J. *r_ Melton is ^51:1-3^ j n { tkis week, " | Miss Ver«5a Keeres of Dallas ha* { visiting here. | Constantine Calm $ After Relisious Riot* CONSTAXTIXH, A;?er:a. fS* _ ntino ;s outxvardly csJrs's, in- wsrdly 5£ethinsr X\>dnesda.y as th$ city prepares to bury viciinis of bztte— Arab-Jet\i«h reiigr-.ous riots. There is an ur: cor farmed report that troops nav^ been rushed r<? s iit city of Algeria, the tram? o£ which is not disclosed, where an attack on Jewish houses is allegedly planned. The battles >»•«•* 5 prose! to rcwn? near CoiiszaT*^.^?. M*Uta.ry pr«- c&~utions -were STr--?r;:thene5 after th^ arrival of Jale* Card*. Tr*r:rh grovernor srer.eral. who broke shor: a vacation in P"is. for the to ii or 1?.~4 75 per c? TO WATER I9S3. Water bills must be paid on or Aa«rxj!?t TO in order to secyre the TO per cent clisconst. Snpcrintmdcnt of Water Works. I Cool Laxative For Hot Weather lt*» STTAHT OUSTOX. £P» — Kxectstion in ' th« electric chair -WTIS the pwn<»>*- ment in srtore Wednesday for Elijah Stuart, *7. unlettered and un- ^^ U a ttt cb^in* BU» l*x*t«w. All roc »w»l ! 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