The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 9, 1934 · Page 8
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 8

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EIGHT THT PARIS NEWS* 1»ACGHTER XS BORN' *irlit ixoxnsd sirl iras bom moraisjs to Mr. and C. E. Wright at their home. Fifteenth street. She fcas -niec. Berry Rtrth. AN Yon Who Have Indigestion Stomach Agony—Gas, Indiges- Muct Go or Money Back More Than 2OOO Pushmataha County Families Are On Rolls .There's a sure way to pur an to indicesuoru gras, ?hcr:r.ess o* breath ar:<5 all l^e ai'menzs that are caused by a ba-i stomach. You are simply parching up yoar stoinach when that only sriv tears. "Why sot builc u;> your r^n- <Sown stomach—make !t strong and vigorous so that yoc can eat asytiussr you want without the least sigs of distress? Dare's ^Jerstha Pepsin is what €>ve— stomach sufferer needs— a pleasant tonic elixir for all stomach Ills. .Ei2s of bottles of Dare's Pepsin are sole every day it is the one outstanding: ly effective stomach rerr:- e-dy i.iiat is gruaranteed by The Palace I>ru2r Store arc dr-atsists ex-erywb'ere. ; ANTI-HRS, Okla. — Tweaty- I three hundred names of families i averagingr 5.5 persons to each family are registered on the FERA < roHs in Pusbmataha Country, ac- j cording to latest f igurues. On the • basis of five snd a half persons to ' each family, actual coxint of per! sons needing or seeking relief reaches 12,650. This county's population, according to the 1930 cen- ! st:s, shows l4.T-»4, ; Officials ot the local FERA of; flee expect the fig-ures to reach a new hisrh before many weeks. "This I estimate includes most of those 1 stricken from the rolls recently urs- ! der a new policy but who stand a ; chance of benefiting indirectly : from the FERA. i Recent estimate of certain types eliminated from the FERA rolls under the new regulations places : the fisrtires at 400- Before the de- oressicr- became widespread, needy rases were cared for by the county • wi-h each persons rceivins ?5 per - : r-.o^th. ^isrured on this basis, the ' county must set aside 5±4.0<M> per By the Associated Pres* Leading hitters — Morgan. San AntonSo, -3€4; Bell. Gaiveston, -359; Hooks, Tulsa, .344. Total hits — Morgan, San Anto- r.io. 172. Doubles — Bell, Oalvesron. 41. Triples — Hooks. Tulsa, 19. Home runs — York, Fort Worth, WE'LL GET YOUR LAUNDRY BACK THIS WEEK Tou car: --a-: us ;-s lat-e ss 10 A- M- Friday s. your lavTiI-y. ca^fuHy wash and sterilize this week. L-?t u? hri^d:e y-ur f.in-sily bundle nd we'll cal it Hr:c retu OSTY STEAM Telephone 21— -22 Runs baited in — Bettencourt. San Antonio, 104, Runs scored — Bell. Galveston, 105. Stolen bases — Shelley, Beaumont, 70, Most games won — Hillin. San Antonio. ~22. Most strikeouts — Kennedy. Oklahoma City. 2-5. Stars Fall By Way side TIGERTOWN GROUP ENJOY FISHING CVWIC — A, F. Brown. Creed Brown, A!vis Brisks and Bob Adams went to Red River fishing Tuesday. They reporte^ a good catch of fish. L,ittle John Ann Davis has been Ml the last "week. Mrs. Minea Brown of Hugro returned home from a visit here on Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah "VYidmaTi of Da-las visited here Sunday. WORK IS HAI/TED 3ONHAH. — V.'ork on the state park, a few miles southeast of Bonhant. has been temporarily halted. Members of the local Civilian Conservation. Corps camp here who have been working on the park, have been, ordered to Clarksville. Texas, and Antlers, Okla.. to assist in fighting' forest fires which threaten to destroy timber in those sections, '^ork on the t>ark has been under way for about six months. Parker^ Budige and Grant All Are Eliminated At Longwood BROOKJ-1NE, Mass., iff),— IM&S wood's tennis court* were given over Thursday to tying up the loose ends of th« men's doubles and the women's invitation play, while the semi-finalists in the Longwood Bowl competition stood by until Friday. A triple casualty Wednesday left the tournament bereft of three colorful headliners and filled the semi-final bracket of the bowl competition with members of the oM guard. Third-seeded Frankle Parker of Spring I-ake, N. J^ collapsed after Taking a lead of 4-2 in the first set of his match with Jo^fcnay Van Kyn. of Philadelphia, 'and was forced to default- Thai was the first casualty. Then Donald Budge, IS-year-old. Californian from the the junior ranks, sprained an ankle after three grames against Berkeley BeiL ot New York, and limped along to a t?-l. €-0. 6-2 defeat. As if that weren't enough for one afternoon, the second-seeded and apparently very tired Bryan "Bitsy" Grant, of Atlanta, who returned to the tournament by order of Mercer Beasley, his coach, after his father ordered him to quit, lost a five-set march to Jack Tidball. of Hollywood, "Calif. Grant seemed on his way to an easy victory as he gathered in the first two sets, but he went to pieces after carrying 1 the third set to 4- all. The only real victor in the bow! competition play was the toj>- « e eded "Wilmer Allison of Austin. Texas, •who downed Robert Bryan, Chatta-noogra. Tenn.. 5-7. 5-4. 6-2, | PARIS RESIDENT ! DEES THURSDAY vear for this purpose and members j OT- the county excise board and I J- I>- Kcbbins. 57. died at his board of coantv commissioner of j home, 277 Sasz Austin street, t^'-s couauty are in a quandary as j S:30 o'clock Thursday to what steps they !"iak- '*»« provision. inisbt take to j Funeral arranyeosents were BEALL'S m AUGUS1 Introducing Our New SkeetVahie! "S Beall Brothers 3 Brand? 81x99 SHEETS A bang-up value, 6Cx60 count. .sno^i.'-'K'hitc bleach. Good hearj- quality. Hem- zned esds , (Size SlsSO. in Same Quality as Above —69c) Block-Plaid Damask Pore Dye Silk Crepe •stire =;ilk- Colo: Fall Patterns Prints «- Just is — all brigc rast. colors. Women's Silk Slips S8c Bias or r* Lace tri ced 3iik crepe- 1 KNEE -LENGTH SILK HOSE AS SiSk Chiffon 49 C New f s.i ; K o-vy Beautiful New PLAID GINGHAMS Famoos **Bhae Bonnet™ GINGHAMS Real 25c ?rae smart a-^w clothes for fall — scbool cresses, etc. eoiorfnl patse 36 Inch Cretonne lOc Yd. 1 SfeL^ a2 Cheviots 10c Yd. { Bright r. e — • Good h e a v y p-atterns, B:gr 1 <ras.I:ty — solid as,sortrn:ent_ f blue or stride* Hardest Hats 15c Veti"5 "Wo33- «r's arid Bcvs" scyies. Ai^-o a5 £Oit.ijj€st. at Q«itH,y Cotton 29c S ^our^d rolls of q^uting- cot- cotton — rea.! varj*. Qsdt Bundles 39c 2-fc. *>asdl«s of assorted **i 9 " e> r~* * i* £?*•*• OTuns^. Woman's Hdkf s. 29d>oz, Fa^ys" u r I s t sdkfs. Se^alar 5c size. Now's Your Chance TO SAVE ON BLANKETS During Our August LAY-AWAY Investigate This Plan and Se« Oar Value, Final Clean-up Price! WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES CUp to $3-98 Values) IncJ-jdir? *U Wiite Sbex* formerly selling np to $3^8: Paino£, Ties. Oxfords. not completed Thursday morning- | Survivors include his widow-; \ two sons, the Rev. Claude Sctb- I bir-s and Homer Bobbins of Paris: j two daughters. Mrs. Audie Van- j dever of Paris and Mrs. Ellen Air- 1 han of Kilg'ore: four brothers anfi I a sister. i Reared in Delta county. Slr. i Robbing had lived in Paris for the ] last 10 years. TEMPORARY CCC CAMP MAY BE HAD Consider Poet Xorth of Ctorksvill* To Ftebt Fire* — .Flam* for tstabiisbment of a temporary Civilian Conservation Corps catxnp In "the area nortii ot C!vk*vi!l« where forest fires are thrcateniu* approximately 3.500 acre* ot pine are being considered, according to Bums in charge ot CCC workers here. Although, farmers and other Red River county residents are working \vitb the CCC -workers, thre* days and night* efforts have resulted in bringing only one major b!ase under control. Several new recruits were obtained on Thursday morning to relieve workers \vho were on duty all Viisht \Vecriesday. Those working are buildizyp back fiies and clearing away timber front strips in front of the flames. Ix>cal firemen and farmers are protecting pasture lands where possible. Banking (Continued From Page-One) ous and readily understood by the sreneral public- What is less well understood. perhaps, is the added luivaa^asre. to be gained ~ a grotip of otcners in a given block or neighborhood alter or modernize their properties as part of a general scheme of neighborhood improx'emont. It should b-s clear that all property is helped by this Improvement of buildings oa the block. an<5 this advantage is ail the mor« marked when s. cQ-ordicaxexl improvement scheme is undertaken for an entire neighborhood. * (In Friday's article in The Paris ICews, from the Associated Press. the housing administrator will ex- j plain the value and desirability of { group projects). Chair (Continued From Pa£« One> shot her husband. Salvatore, dead the night before Easter, 1532. She schemed the crime, greedy for Salvatore's So.000 insurance. They did him in. Yet even now. as thrice before, they are but shadows who j will shuffle one after the other to l death, all but lost to notice as the I spotlight burns bright on the wom- j an. They will die just as cejrtainly, I but they will be incidents. It is Anna Antonio who diss—a. woman, a mother, a husband killer.. ! FORD'S ACADEMY ! GARDENS RUEVED PERSONAL NEWS FORTTS ACADSLMT — The OF WOLFE OTY ] continued drocih has rained most xVOL-FE CITY- — Mrs. Claude jail crops and gardens. Some of j xvi: c her. and daughter, of Mari the farmers are catling corn and • ^a^ are spending tie Ts-eek at jsavinsr all food stnf? possibJe- Wa-1 t >. e ^o^e of 5Ir. and ilrs, I_ EL I ter is re-ting- scarce both for ' Thomas here. j drinking and stock- \ Mrs. P. T. Vaughr. ot Sherman. 5 Mrs. Eunice Ford and dang-hter. \ ;«. visiting in rlie home ot Mr. and • Xorma L.-OTI. left Saturday for a; Mr?. 3. p. Morrow here this week. ! visit ai Hnnis. Texas. | Jlmrnie Serena, of Dallas, is vis- \ Mr. and Mrs. Carmie G-c-Iden e>? •. .ting -relatives here, -a.- present, \ HUSO.. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Smith A new service station ha-s been 1 nf pov.-cerlv. visited here on 5u~- • rstabiished here, to be operated by I £ £V . i D. S. Enffaker. The ne-w station ' Z'mer Jenkins of the C- C. C- ' ^'iil handle Hast Teias gasoline. j camp at Bonham. spent the week : 1 end here COIVFEDERATES MEET 1 Mr. and ilrs- 3- F- Jenkins of | 3>allas, are visiting here. I~T %T*lTG^vrTT T IT OLARKSYILLE CT-AB.KSVH,LEL- brief pro- by the local j BLOSSOM POSTMASTER ^ : WILL BE APPOESTED bau^ters of th* Confederacy for I i -he armual United Confederate cr ' Veterans retinior. being- | ma&ter ..ere. i Sirs. Clark has beer, acting as { postmaster here since March 1-5. day. Judge Hiryene Black spoke the group in tiie raorning. fol- winj? ^"hich dinner was scrv^ed. The original membership of tbe employed in the of- ; , ocal c^ujp ^ aa about ISO. out of I fice here for five years durin? the ; .. t -jji c v number only one lives here | V.'llson administration- • at present, I>r. J. C. Foster. Thre* ; are in the Confederate home at ' Arisrin. includinz the ca.rnp com! mander, J. K- P. Jamison. A<3ja- | tant T. S. Gaines and T. P. Hogs 16 TXT IT C nTATVirn ' ers. The remaining member T. C. j K^r a.ppointraetit is expected "o j l-"~ ^rc-nfirme-f Tr-irhin tn-i neart ?*•*? ] ca;.-s' BY WINDOM GINS Iives in Tsxa ritar.a. Cotton pickins? :r. FORMER VALLIA^TT this community ha* beg-un ar-i 15' bales have beer: g-Sr.nee. No cotton | has beer, sold- | The Methodist revival here '.a f been notified l~ progress -wit of — Relative* here of the death last Kev. Ou«? I v,-e»k in Wichita Falls of Mrs. 'em.. :r: ! Katv Hal". T3. resident of Valllact harxe. ^ for many years. Sar^-vors Include Mrs. Chris Runkl* and fam:;y | :-vo sons, Kimbrp-I! Hall of "Wich- rent to Durani Monday. jit* Fails and Charlie" Hall of L.";oyd "vTisChester of "Wa»h:r;5- > Broken HO^T: four da-Ti^nters. Mrs. on. D- C- -•? visJtin? his parent? at • j-'aty Aaatir: of "CVfchit* Falls, •7>nr*gr Kill. i Mrs- Tom Anderson of Broken Mrs. Suav- of Nashvi!!-. T^nn.. ! Bow _ ^4 jr rs _ c. S. irorer and is visiting here. ! j rr5 . Miles Chrtet:- of ValUant visiting here- jjj,. Milea ChrtetS Th« annual reunion of the I>e- ? -^ frrandchSl-'lren. j,, of Durant is man and Burnett rasr.ill** was held ar rhe hcrne of Dr, H. H. IveeTr.an | ...;„-, here. h-re. Arn-;n, ? th<- 30 present, **r* j ' "^a^en^ Frerch and family of frojn oi;t of :h«! stat*». ! <-;a.l.n»svUJe. Texas are v!»!«ngr ill John I>»* Cortr-a!!y has been ill for j»ev<?ra! days. Mr. and £"r*. Alvle RickettH and chi'dren of Oreenvin* and Mr. and Mr?. !/onnf* Rlcketts of Corom^rrc* nrf- vleltlngr her*. Misa Sdna. Fewell and Claud LuttreU •were rnarr'ed a.t Bonham SE£tti"day evenJng-. Th*y are rnak- j ir.sr :.h*1r h-om* with Mr, a.nd >'r»«. B. C. F'iweJl for the pr**«nt- Xr. and Mr*. Claud Elliott ar.2 far«:»y return *d from a. trip ro 5fr. «nd Mrw. Mlllard >Ior*2ar<J ha^'o moved to Atba, Ter. Tom Connors of Paul's ValJ-ry :*ttAd h-r* th'.s -week, { 3Trs. A. D. TV'ri^ht of Oklahoma [ :«ty i* visiting h*r», Mrs- R, F, W-i-on is visiting- tn intlers th!w week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hubbtrd nd »on Roy have return**! from visit to Rosebud. They Twere *c- i*d horn*- by Mr*. fJeon^e of Rosebud. Mr*. E^r: Hubb-ard and rhiM- •r« are v1?.itinar in Hop*, Ark. i*r oM«r than Carzo. according to r«c*nt pre-Inca day*. SPECIAL THK WEEK OH Permanent* $2.25 Other Permajienta Wave «*t ........... • JS ELITE BEAUTY. SHOP S«fcve«», Tel. M ofi ._ TAKES O\'KR TFX.EPHOJTES HAVANA. V? — The »trik«-rid- -'.f-rt Cuban telephone company. «t 5 2S.O<»«.<J09 American !nv«^ment. ^ a* Sn th*. hand* of the Cuban srov*rnm«»nt Thursday. S««kinar to *rr»d long-raging: Isbor quarrel*, the Rivveram<rnt took over *h« prop^r- r.;* 1 * rhrotzffh a form cf *1nt*rve»- tion," NOTICE TO WATEK COXSUMEKS Wat«r bUI» mo« be p*tJ<! on or t>«for«t A»«u»t JO In order to «*cur* ch* 10 f»*r c«ot 4t«coant. of Wafer Worta. THURSDAY. AUGUST •, Aug. Cleanup Prices Now in effect all over the store on all summer goods — Shop and Save Ladies Gloves .00 French kid. lambskin. c*P«- skin, doeskin and *u«d« grloves in a bis assortment of the most attractive styles in 4 and 6 button lerfgths. Colors are beige, tan, brown. and grey- Former values to $4.50. Fabric Gloves 49* All summer fabric regardless of former price reduced to 49c for quick clearance. Choose from a. big assortment of w«a.v«s in white and eggshell witli plain or fancy cuffs. Silk Hose 49* Slightly imperfect . . . — pure silk, full fashioned. «xtra quality hose in every respect. Shown In a-Jbi^ racgre of attractive summer shades, Dust. Pbwd. 49' Generous size box of Der- may dustics powder In X^av- ender. Rose. Honeysuckle and Gardenia. l^arge fluffy puff in each package, "Wonderful value. Main Floor Turk Towels SUMMER DRESSES fill Special assortment of dresses of cotton lace, linen, printed crepe, pique, seersucker and silk pique in the newest and most attractive of summer styles. Every dress in a 1934 style ..smart, distinctive and desirable. See them today. Former Values to $19.75 New shipment eattra -mln*. double thread Turkish *OTV- els size lSa:36 inches. Borders are in green, blue, pink, and orchid. 50 Feet Lawn Hose Plain and printed crepes in attractive new daytime styles and a few evening dresses make up this thrilling bargain group- They are dresses that will make your summer wardrobe interest- in? again at -small cost All extra quality, SECO>*I> Summer Fabrics Closeout price on 5-8 Inch, blacic corrugrated la^rn hose of good dependable tjuj-.liiy. E^.ch length complete with couplings. Priced for clearance. Boys* Pants 98* Grey striped and grey mix*d. -wrashable. Stife? clotn I»i5t5 fo^ boys in sizes 10 to IT. Semi-dress styl», med- !ttm -Trejs^ht, -weii made fa,I cat. Men'* Size* $1.19 Men-* 2-Piece Underwear ^B ^? A Ciitrnieiit la^ Tn<* shirts jtr« of Tin* combed, -wfeft* cotton knit. They shorts are of prints in a. bis suraortment ol attractlv* de- slams and color tior.y. Comfortably 14 Choose from orgrandy. x-o3l*?5. and flajrons :n myriad de- 'si.cns and color combinations. T^Iake a ne-w yuramer dress at a cost that you •will Fcrm«r Values to 39c of any stra.'w hat in ocr bas*m«nt for 49c- Th*r« ar« sailors and soft straws in * fa.tr ran?:* of ?rty!«s and slz*s. Form»r valc»s to J2.95?. Lds, Panties Printed orirandr- dimity, Esrr>*ian tissue and broad- cloih in the most attractive patterns sn^gc-st themselves for H*T Iai« sunim»r dresses at small cost. Many des'sms and colors suitable for mak- in.c- school clothes- McCall Patterns Every McCali pattern !s stock ^ price . isclufiisg n«-w Fa" patterrts J«5t r*- c*;ved. Main Floor I>a<5!«i" rayon »t*?v-!rs» and briefs of fin* quaJlty rayon •with good durable elasrttc at th* -waS*t«. Shown In several attractive nor«Jty Modes* Vacation Special 39' Special o 2 r*»stil3r boxen ot Modem and a siwrcial package of « napkina. 2S napfelnn ta »J! for only 35c. BASEMKVT Give yourself a new look with these new FALL FELTS WOOL CREPES 2 If you're like most women, your first Fall purchase will be a new hat! Now here's 3n exciting collection . . . .cao*i* brims, berets, tricorne turbans, the new off-face rolled brims ..., you'll want (Q wear one right out of the *store! SECOSHD FTXX>R Per lei ns

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