The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 10, 1934 · Page 7
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 7

Paris, Texas
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Friday, August 10, 1934
Page 7
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. AUGUST 10, ItM THE P AM3 MEWS, PAGE Sell It Or It With A Paris News Classified fid CLASSIFIED AD Information »* 1* tb* .o£&C* Of th* P*ri* X*w» BOX lace* lhac * p m. tfe* Tln»« 3c p«x "ora, Cc-tMM »or<t **c o*» vor<t. I5*"c*i worA. JOc p*r -*ord. ch»r»t». 3*<5- .anmJMs of - v : or iia*» txi on ib* tk« Ho*. ini«*rtloa towo orawr* tot clm«*»- Krror»: TBv N*w» wilj cot o* for fr*or» tb»» o»* tb* risbt to *«1 cop* fe»r til* both *rtv*rrt*er T«)«D— utt<? your *<!» to our <"»i«- -!as«tf Ifrrt A<J Tafe*r* •**« *»t*£ • vou in forllmm tk« 1*4 Oft i«*. Automobile* Automobile* for Sale 11 CHEVROLET CABRIOLET A '29 njodftL has n«xv~ Tuscan Tan paint Job. two--n«w tire*. and Is a real bargain at $1€S. See It At Morte B«c Lm« Station Grand Are.- at l»Uk~. Tel, *03 of CaldwelL Kaaaas. her parents. | Mr. and Mrs. T, S. Puryear. near j j nere, and the following brothers, j and *tst«rs: Earl Fury ear, ot I Greenville; 3£rs. J. I*. Duncan. Mrs. 1 Robert. Orr. of Gre«nvfti«. Mr*. G. JW. Felty. T. G- Puryear. of here, {Mr*. H- P. Sfaankle of Point, Riley jParyear of Fort Worth and Harris 1 Fury ear of P*can Gap. TORCHES LIGHT HINDENBURG FUNERAL PROCESSION Mattress and Rug Renovating NO\\ YOC CAN HAVE MATTRESS RENOVATED On The Fasy Payment Plan! One Bay Service Pari« Mattrets & Awning Co. SO VV, Sherman Phone S"0 Announcement* All So«-ietie9 suid OF EASTERN STAR er, No SOBS m««»s ««*ry Zn4 »rito 4th Tbarsday cisist* - *t S:<W p "ca-• Vifiting raemtxra «t!forrt«<J Mr« WUU«- Ca*iK*sa. VT, M. Mr»- Doa* M*r- tto. See. . PARIS LUlXJii NO 2? A. F aa<S A ii Stated comrs>on!catiOB» -n<J s.K<3 •*!& Fri daj? *r«n!sss e*cb rao»m 7:SO p. m TE CHAPTER NO. 4S R- A a*oc*.flon 3rd Thnrsrtay Breaem«.a Si. S. H. " TS COXJXCIL. KO. 34 R anrf S- 'M. St»T*<! asserr-biy ith iue*da>- «*cii asontfc ~:3O P- m. vuiiins cozn- yantoc* •celcomad- J. J. Cuools3Kli»Tn- T T-,.34.- H. G Br«»«m«jj. ts«c. V NO * KNIGHTS cosclaife 1st *od s *aeis oioath. T:3Q VSsjrtng Sir Kr.icS!* -cosGiaJly iBiizyl D. Johnaoo E. C.. H TJEMP1-AR- " KHALjr> GROTTO X O V. P E R. K*XTi}»r roeetics .1st FrMsiy e^»atas wfc.cb rnonffa 7 -SO -p. TTt VisStlrsK P«JfSl«t* cor<Ji*n> iu^ttea J W. Karri* Monarch, . E C. Pa.r»cm*. Sec. OF THE SASTERN STAR chapter S?S mrtts the l*t Scott. ^, 34- Locil* Sec. Cards of Thank* wish-to thank all of zh« kind friends and neighbors who as- 'slsted.-us 1= auy vray during the dtaxii ,o~t our precious loved one. Kspeciaiiy £0 we thank those for the messages cent and the ifords ol comfort spoken to us during -oar"" sad "fcoan May God bless each and .*. \--~y one of you Ss ocr prayer, Mr. O- L- He-ley. ilr. and Mrs. Tom Fool and >Ir. Ho^coe I-Torley and 'arnHy Mr. K. TT. Tfiliiasis and facslly. LXJST aja<3 Financial Insnntncv and Bond* •ft CHARLES PRICE Phoae 8-*>B 5 \Vesr Houston 9t General lD»nrianc«, GALBRbATH. DEWEESB AND PROCK General Insurance Telephone 257 Money To Loan 38 BURIED WEDNESDAY 1 COMMERCE.—Funeral services were held "Wednesday afternoon for Jerry Harwell. 92. Civil War veteran who die,d at his home near here Tuesday. The Rev. Carl Hey- nolds of Picton conducted the service which was in charge of the \ | Masonic lodge. •. j j Born in Alabama. Mr. Harwell • served daring: the Civil War before j comias'vXo Texas. He had been con- 5 fined to hfs bed since February. \ Survivors include Pike Harwell, j Henry Harwell and Mrs. W. £. j Jackson of Commerce. Jerry Har| w-ell and Mrs. Lee Anderson- of F"t. ' j Worth. Mrs. J. H- Smith of Creen{ville and G. W. Harwell of Lubbock, ! \UTOMOBILE LOANS Note* Refinanced. Cash AUvancvti GENERAL INSURANCE l-r*cilanr»s Parable- o» MonthSy Plan Russell. Oliver & Tancey State Bank Stdr. T^L 425 Value of yold shipped from Alas- i ka during the" first sbc months of i 1934 was $5,"49,S52, a dollar in-j crease of more than 100 per cent. \ j "Wild cotton in !ower Florida 5s f being eradicated because it is a I menace to domestic crops. HUGO PERSONALS AND NEWS ITEMS This Associated Prea* picture, te'ephoned from Berlin to-London and s«nt by radio to N«w York, shows the torch-Ht funeral procession which accompanied the th* body of Paul, von Hindenbura as it was taken from his estate at Neudeck to Tannenberg, scene of thft fate German president's greatest wartime triumph, jwhere a national funeral was h*!d. HUGO- • — Mrs. Margaret returned. Wednesday from a visit in Muskogee. Ix>cal officers ha\-e no clues as to the persona "who broke into the Holton. siore west of the city Tuesday night and robbed the cash register of between J2 and $3. Judge George T. Amett and E. P. Sneed court reporter were here Wednesday when Judge Arnett held a short term of district court. Harry Craly. Bud Self and Bayles Irby were here from Bosirel! "VS'ednesday. Mrs. C. M. Sasser and daughter Miss Huny Mae have gone to Eu- Jca, Miss., to be at the bedside of Mrs. Sasser's mother who is seriously ill. Miss Martha. I-ee Tyus is reported improved at Doctors Hospital where she . had a tonsil operation on "Wednesday. Announcement of -the addition of three new adult books and fifteen child reris books was made Tuesday when the monthly meeting of the library board was held. Mrs. Irving Hartwell presided. Mr. and Mrs. X. F. Falcon of Dallas are guests of Smith I*uton and family. A. F. Adams special agent, for the Frisco tvas a business visitor in Hugo Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe and daughter Gloria of Oklahoma. City are grnests of Mrs. C. BL Howe and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stanley. Mrs. X. R. Carat/bell is here fr@na Fort "Worth for a visit.- •• , - Mrs. M. I, Brock and daughter ilrs. Ted Hewitt left Thursday lor points in "West Texas, ' Crate Dalton Dallas attorney an4 Mr. and ilrs. J- M. Edward* irer* here from Dallas Wednesday. Mmes. D. F. "Welch and J. X. L«e are vlsitiug relatives in Temp!» and Rock Springs, Texas • Some insect damage to plant* ; resembles plant disease^ so closely | that wroa? treatment is sometime* | given for the trouble. a neu) industry ! VrU/C ENGM/INti " nJLMlJ COMPANY =TS ^gs tMtiDAvru-^ jj RATES Desgned ^ M -o [' fa-LFTTEC HLAD^vLAbL. c Livestock Feed, Plant* and Seed BURR clover seed—50c per bushel. Oscar Sullivan, Caviness, Texas, and Srooks wagon yard. Queen of Dixie Poultry Feeds Sure Nuff Stock F««d Field Seed — Garden Seed i'ouitry remedies. Bulk Bird Seed. Bird Remedies =3(2 Supplies. Dos and Puppy Food ChJgger Chaser. Guaranteed to Keep the Chi^ers Off HARRY BOOK 37 Grand Ave. TeL 604 Livestock for Sale AUCTION SALE—Monday. Atrgus 1 13, S5 fe*9£d good horses and rbareaf 2 to 7 years old. eoo<J_coiors. 800 to 3200 pounds, mostly brofeen. all tat. Sale srart* 1:00 p, m., rain or shine. ilcAIester's -t~ivf Stock BarTi. rvar 1301^ Spruce St., Texarkana. Ttts. Good Tbiujrs to : ir&sollse hose off trtsck bees. Paris and Ciiicota. Hemrrs to G"Si? Refiuinsr company fcous* and receive r ATTEXTIOX Tennessee *o!3c: Tea- rssssee I>a.inscr.s HOTV ready, p. H. {Grirris. Phone 2403-J. FOR sale: Pony. saddle and .bridle. Gradr Stursreon. Jr. Tliis for Tbat 11 Merchandise for SO T^TAP sood year old heller for cay. V. H. IMekson. Phone R piano, " piece living: suit. Direct Action gas rartge,-chif- cn'«r and small table. 237 Pine Bluft. WauatetJ—Mlsce ED TO BUT—Munzl* outboard ino'cr. 2 ^s cr - borse pow<rr, Sfust be bargain. Address "Sfotor." care Ajiomobli<-s for Sate \ SELECT USED CARS We n«v«r "have many tJse<5 Cars at a time, but what x<re «xtra sjoo<! val- I,f5t«?c! her*- Js our te stock, all 1933 Ford Fordor Sedan 1932 Chevrolet 2 - door Sedan 1933 Plymouth 4 - door Sedan 1930 Plymouth 4 - door Sedan 1929 Reo Sport Coupe 1929 Stodebaker Sedan 1929 DeSoto Sport Rosdster 1927 Boi'ck 4 - door Sedan Terms or Trade LAKGFQRD Motor Service Lxvt on Main to Buy PAY CASH for a good us*d car. rCothlii^ older tisan "2S model considered, and prefer lisht car. M^st be a bargain. Ray Morse. Mors« Bee Lin« Station. com«r IStfc asd Grs.a<3 Av«. Real Estate for Kent Thimble Theatre, starring POPEYE An Even Break By E. C. SEGAR IT UP WA' OOUJt TJME— ASP5. 1 IS £\ MRFOL. '. GETT " TWO MEN TO OUV£ IN VcR STRETCHER. THE TIMS i nrttdf__ "~* * J> F~ *^ -r- _ -^L. " . •v'^21 • -===/ / , jyiLL ^ ml / «I^K> THE BUNGLE FAMILY What, Benny Himself! By HARRY J. TUTHILU I'M SORRY "S. { /" 1 TKi.MK | Si^BUT WE J j ^ He. ftfWCTsJ ^~i,^. V 7 -_ "^ \ f ..^^_ t KJSM HAM NINKT. HAN HOO HUNNERSAMD? MENNY NSNKY! KCQ HOO HUNNEKSAND? HO? HISSEN,H1S MORSE MUNSLE DIANA DANE A Relapse for Rent cool fsrnlshed apartrn-ni, reasonable. 212 North 27th. FURNISHSB apartment bills paid. Ffcon* 5IS-TV. E rooms and brfth, famished Phoa« 3540. 123 BonJisjrr.. Pbcn* apartment- ssz. House* Tor Rcat *S 5 Rra. Fnm. Hni. . — SSSJ. WASHINGTON MAIV ON CLUB PROGRAM HUGO. Okla.—S. D, Tetreau. rural relief anaTj-st of VCashir.g^ton, I>. C.. was th<» priucJpal 5pcak«T at the Hugo Lions cicb tne*Tinir here Wednesday. Ke outlined conditions revealed by Itivesiisa- tor» and spoke of plans whicfi hax*« be*n made to overcome these conditions. Other |rv«st» at th« reeeting in- cltideC Dr. L, L. Rnpert of Hunw- vHI*. Texa.*, Dr. Orter of Louisiana A artd M co'legre. and Dr. 2L 8. Walleri of Stllln-ater, Okla,. mesTibers of th« field part> t>nd*r Mr. Tctreau. Alva Kogers and G. C. Crowds, new members c-f the club, were in- V T»*W Ford Coach, perfect con- d\tioiu WHl j».*U Sitii.WO from U*t 3. HOMER HOOPEE Fnneral Held For WOLFE CITY. — Funeral services for Mrst. W. T. M Inter, who wax killed In an auto co!)i*ion on Monday nicht near C«!«IweU. Kansas. n-ene held at rh« Mt. Carrrs^I ceroeter> f ch«E»*l at 6 o'clock Wednesday evenjnfi-. Mr». Mijjt*-r WAS the daughter of Mr. and -Mr*. T. S. Furyear here,. rmduated from th«^ofr« city «! !n 1927, *nd ITSW» rrsanr1e<? tJaim Mtnter. al»« of thl* in 152S. i»*urvlv#4 by h*r / NO. I CAN\r oiST AHEAD OF & OF THH ON! ABOliT YOUR OPPiCE. SCORCHY SMITH An Idea V

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