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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Paris, Texas The Paris morning news sunday july 27, 1924 Page three begins next monday and will continue throughout the week Many families from this Sec Tion Are making camping trips to nearby resorts Well known citizen of county died after an illness of several months who with their clerks Are invited to attend the course at Dallas Deport. July 24�?wlrtnle. The ten year old daughter of or. And mrs. Dan Porter who has real Nick with inflammatory rheumatism the past week was in in lied worse monday. Or and or. Bob Glove hat re turned from hot Springs at a it. Where they visited to Ltd it. Or. And mrs. Dixie Lawler were in parts monday. Or. And mrs w. J. Holloway who Are attending the summer Normal at Commerce Are in i get port for a few Days. Lion Charlie. Walter Davidson and Walter Terrence left monday for a weeks visit in the Home of Henry Davidson at Winter Clarence Jeffus and family were in Paris monday . Detroit and Deport Pilot a i Hall a Deport monday. Deport won the game. Or. And mrs Lloyd Hayes were Paris visitors tuesday. The families of or. A. <1. Elder Jim Short and or. Deberry top Ogata left tuesday morning for a two weeks camping trip at Jefferson. E. A Craven directed the cleaning off of the Deport cemetery monday morning. Galen Igo has been confined to his bed the past week with a crippled knee. Or. And mrs. A. M. Martin were Minter visitors tuesday. Or. A. D. Smith of Rogata were visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. 11. L. King sunday. Mrs. A. N. Liar More has returned from a weeks visit in of. Or. And mrs. Walter Evans Ana Little son of Clarksville Are visiting in the Homes of their parents or. And mrs. J 1�. Read and or. And mrs w. P. Evans. Mrs. Sam Gray of Rosalie is a guest of her sister. Mrs. Horn and other Deport relatives. Those interested in the mount a pleasant cemetery met at that place tuesday morning and cleaned it off. Jim Cox. Our real estate Man sold to a w. Washington seventy acres of land five Miles East of Deport the property belonged to or. White. Consideration $1000. Blossom. July 2s.�?mrs. Trip Lett who has be n making her Home with her daughter mrs. S. L. J Johnson for the past several months died wednesday evening at the Home of her daughter after an illness of several week interment will be made at Byers her former Home. She is survived by seven daughters and one son. Or. W. J. Patton who has Veen ill for several months died Friday afternoon at his Home. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Miss Frances Scott of Lurk Burnett is hero visiting her aunt mrs. John Buchanan. J. J. Lloyd and family of Pauls Valley Are Here visiting Monte Ward and family. Or. And mrs a. L. Bartley Oil i Ladonia who have Hen the guests of or and mrs. De by udder this week have return d Home. Mes. Walden of Byers and a -1 hot of California arrived tie it Virlier part of the week to Arena the Hillside of their Mother. Mrs Tiplett i who died wednesday evening it the i Home of her daughter or s j. J Johnson. Or. And mrs. Lenoir in j son j Robert of Paris were in the City thursday. Or. And mrs. Claud Terrell and children were Here thursday. Or i Ufa Cagle it and mall daughter of Paris visited Friend Here thursday. Clyde Humphreys in a Detroit visitor thursday. Beecher Daugherty of Dallas is visiting relatives Here. Why slave Klimi the family washing is the hardest and most disagreeable of All household duties and the woman who has Learned the Many advantages of patronizing the City steam laundry is the one who has More time for her family her Church work or her social affairs. Energy saved through sending your washing to us leaves More for other duties and the Cost in dollars and cents is so moderate that you will become one of our permanent customers after you have tried us once. City steam laundry phones 2 i the oldest and Best Many of the people of town Are spending their vacations in other parts we Wash with soft water Blossom Prairie or Hancock Ami son bin nth. Attended the fish Fry at Griffin monday evening. Misses Jean Smith and Cazimie Wright of Detroit Sang a touching duet at the Fulbright meeting on wednesday night. A Nice crowd attended the Biack speaking at Deport saturday. Up to sunday night there had been eight conversions in the meeting at Fulbright. Or George Ford and wife. Or. Van Morgan and wife and son Richard and mrs Kate Kerbow of Detroit attended the Fulbright meeting sunday night. Miss Emma Holland of Clarks Wile visited friends in Fulbright sunday. Miss Jorene poster attended the Biack a la it Paris thursday evening and stayed Over sunday v Isit ing her brother Henry Foster. Roy Leggett and miss Myrtle Reynolds were in Pui Brig hit t. Sunday afternoon searching for preacher to unite them in marriage the preachers being out of town they went to Deport to f i one. Miss Birdie Wright spent it week end with her sister. Reeves. Many friends attended the Grant reunion at Mose Grant is Home near Clarksville Friday. Or. And mrs Steve staff a my or. And airs Bert Fisher went to Paris wednesday. Or Fisher who has been in ill health want to consult a physician. Little misses Irene and Maxine Humphrey of line Branch is it last week in the Home of Hoy Doty. Beginning Quot monday Deport and Detroit will play a four game series of baseball. Monday and wednesday at Deport and tuesday and thursday at Detroit. Sumner. There was a Verv Good attend Ance at sunday school. Tic revival meeting begins sunday. Quot Ghe Baptist meeting began at i Iii son wednesday night there was league sunday night and a very Good attendance health is very Good in the Community now. Air.-. J. D. 8win and family Fin Hugo visited mrs. O. W. Stallings sunday. Winnipeg first to Post the Price and Chicago followed in a Short while there have been some Delight Ful entertainments which add to vacation pleasure Roxton. July 25.�?air and airs. Leslie Bradshaw and children and Everett Bradshaw Are Here from Ardmore. They came via Dallas and visited relatives there. Or. And mrs. E. M Margraves have been recent Paris visitors. Airs. Jim Ellis c Ime Home yesterday from Paris where she has been staying with her daughter who was opt rated on at a sanitarium there recently. Aleck Wii n and Levi Richey were Paris visitor thursday. Air. And mrs. Vorn Duncan a Here from Bonham. They accompanied let it Ray Horton have just returned from Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Miu y Creed Barnett delightfully entertained thursday at her Home. The guests enjoyed playing forty tvo. The feature of the Ocasio i a i the lunch served on the Lawn. Mrs. Barnett assisted by her n eyes. Misses Maurine Katherine Ami Maekey a Reed proved to lie .1 charming hostess. Or. An i airs. Albert Gentry Are entertain no a a Lew girl or. And mrs Carl Ridgeway mrs. Ella Horton. Or and airs. Tom Duncan and Ray Horton drove to Sushine plunge last night. Joe Crim satire was a Paris visitor yesterday. Mrs. Hannah has been quite sick this week. Philip has Kins a i sister. Miss Helen were out from Paris yesterday air. And irs. Kudrle friends Ley visited in Commerce thursday. Air. Bryan is in Honey Grove this week. Frank s Epson came in today from Little Rock. Ark., to join his wife who Lias been Here for some time visit no of relatives or. Canfield came in yesterday to join his wife who has been Here for unit. It while visiting air. And airs sol Grubb. Mrs. Kelly entertained in a charming Way tin builders club at the beaut Ful Home East of town. Forty two was enjoyed. Delicious punch and a salad course were served to the guests. For moving a amp is in Flud 23 new Buick models at prices that make them the greatest motor car values Ever offered open models closed models Standard Sixes 5-pa-n dbl. Serv. Sedan $1475 5 a Quot. Sedan $1665 4-pas>. Coupe $1565 2-pabs, dbl. Ser. Coupe $1375 master Sixes 5-pa -. Sedan $2225 pass. Sedan $2425 5-pass. Brougham Sedan $2350 2-pass. Country club up. $2075 a pass. Coupe 2125 7 pass. Limousine $2525 l of n car $2925 Standard Sixes Linden. Air. Fatheree a sister and Mother from Cavines spent the w Eek end Byre visiting and miss Lula re. Turned Horn with them. Several from Here attended the funeral of the Little infant of it o. Bowen and wife at Redoak Friday evening and several attended the funeral of John Stone at by it it a it a thursday even Ini. $ 1150 $1175 Post Oak hot barbecued meats Pete Humphries co. The people a Friend 2-pass. Roadster is 365 5-pass, Louring $1395 7-pass. Touring $1625 3-pas>. Sport h Ster $1750 4-pass sport i our a $1800 Small enough to lie easily carried about and yet Large enough to hold Tea things or books and m a Aines is a pie crust table of Metal painted in Bright Flower design to set colors in Gingham put 4 cup of vinegar a cup of Alum in a pail of lukewarm water. Set a a the garment in this for on hour before washing being careful to leave it out in the Sun Only Long enough to dry it. Enclosed open models with Heaters never Salt meat that is to it it he grilled As it hardens the Fibre my tends to extract the juices. Silt it on the Platter just before sending it to the table. No meat should he salted uncooked but after the surface has been sea a and the meat partly cooked. Standard Sixes master Sixes 2-pass. Roadster 5-pass. Touring. 7-pass. Touring $1400 $1475 $1700 $1190 $1250 if you have Diamond window panes try cleaning them this Way stir a Little kerosene into w Iron water soak a pad of newspaper in it arid squeeze almost dry clean each pane w Ith tins wipe with a soft cloth and then polish with a pad of dry newspaper. Real estate getting Active the beet kind of dishcloth re made of cheesecloth. The material should be doubled raw edges turned in and stitched on the machine. This will Wear and because it cleans so easily is most sanitary. Rinsing in soap and water will be All that is be Cassa Ryff or cleansing. Telephone 695 58-60 Lamar ave., Paris Texas list your property we Ith us. We can sell to. 11 Vrh away Boyi real 1 state Loatus insurance when better automobiles Are built Buick will but id them

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