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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - October 21, 1935, Port Arthur, Texas I go Chase 1 Vek self this Vaar Isas much my affair As it is yours y belong my Job goes setter when a. I feel top notch. I can smoke camels steadily Quot Jolt without affecting it More i smoke them the better i like them1 co if you have searched for cigarette mildness Mark the words of George Lott the Tennis Champion and the 7-goal Polo Star Cyril Harrison. A a camels a says or. Harrison Quot Are so mild they done to upset the nerves or affect the wind. And when in a tired i get a lift with a and Lott adds Quot i found a delightful new experience in camels. I understand that More expensive tobaccos Are used in camels. Naturally the cigarette that is blended from More expensive tobaccos is going to be easy and gentle on the Throat. And camels never get my wind. A id Wal Kamile for a Camel in a camels Are made from More expensive tobaccos than any other popular Brand. Turn to camels and enjoy to the full the pleasure that comes from costlier tobaccos. What Ive read about athletes smoking camels squares with my own experience. I know camels Are never git my wind a phone operator Betty Griffin some of the famous athletes who smoke recommend them for their mildness baseball Gabby Hartnett Cal Cag cubs comm Bridges Detroit tigers dizzy Dean St. Louis cardinals iou Gehrig n. Y. Yankees Melvin Ott n. Y. Giants Guy Bush Pittsburgh pirates. Tin Iii Elwor Tovines or. William Tilden 2nd George m. Lott or. Lester r. Stoefen Bruce Barnes. Golf Gene Saracen Craig Wood Tommy Armour Willie Macfarlane Helen Hicks Denny Shute. Track and Piil i Jim Bausch olympic decathlon Champion George Barker former intercollegiate Cross country Champion Leo Sexton olympic shot put Champion. Swim Minot Helena Madison. Stubby Kruger Josephine Mckim Buster Crabbe Jane Fauntz. Divino Harold Quot dutch Smith. Georgia Coleman Pete Desjardins Sam Howard. Page two the port Arthur news monday october 21, is county to test cattle for to Jefferson to take program offered by u. S. Special to the a tits Beaumont oct. 21.�?jefferson county through its commissioners court today moved to take advantage of a cattle tuberculosis testing program offered by the u. S. Bureau of animal husbandry and the state livestock sanitary commission. The program Calls for the tubercular testing of All farm and Dairy cattle in the county. Also to be tested Are All Range bulls and to per cent of Range cows. The tests will be free to owners and the Only Cost to the county will be about $200 for supplies the court was told by Perry Mcfaddin jr., Beaumont cattle Man a dozen Federal veterinarians will spend six weeks conducting the tubercular tests Mcfaddin said. Animals found with tuberculosis symptoms will be marketed by the government at a Price agreed on with owners. The testing Campaign is part of the Federal aaa program. Alley top a Royal family argument no vat aint no eith dec War 15 no place for vim men now you g wan Back Home we eke hat la do a5 Kung swoosh to of Saco i comma sep / you i la co of Igo Home i a3 i a hey what the by Hamlin now see watch be Well shut gone an dome the up an be s git was s started j Goin we Al it am r aint there poin any Godo t Lead my Mem stamp m Here Henderson Dies secret of longevity Hay Hay Talmadge hits la. S. Spending _ share the wealth program not possible he says Eugene Talmadge Friend of the slain Huey Long and a new Deal critic said today there can be no share the wealth National policy in the United states. Quot senator Long believed in the government handling the country a Money and dividing it up so the poor would have As much As needed for adequate he said in an interview explaining How his Quot share the Burden 1 plan differs from Long s. A you can t soak the Rich for the Benefit of the poor you can to have the government in business Yoi can t set up agencies to see that folks get what is coming to them because it costs too much to spend Relief Money. This is a free country and we must keep it free. Quot this Roosevelt spending got off on something like Long a program and we Are creating the greatest debt in history. Quot what we be got to do is Stop spending and share the Burden of what a already been created in debts. The taxpayer will shoulder the Arthur. Henderson Arthur Henderson president of the world disarmament conference died last night in London. Peace crusader Dies in London continued from Page i Trinity opportunities. Having this information we could dedicate our efforts along practical lines instead of diffusing them in a Mystic Maze of unfounded beliefs and vagaries. A a a Tite have gone too Long without our Community blueprint. It will Cost substantially but that Cost abundantly justified by results. If we Are to continue our Community Progress along lines advantageous to business and employment we must attract new pay Rolls build new buying Power j failure to do either will cause eventual stagnation Only one step Distant from economic retrogression. European crisis was kept from statesman invalid ruling on tax stands supreme court refuses to act on Challenge Washington oct. 21 up a a Wisconsin supreme court decision holding invalid the state graduated tax on Gross incomes derived from Chain stores was to stand today by the supreme court. It refused to pass on the controversy raised by a Challenge of the tax by the Wadhams Oil company operating 120 service or filling gasoline stations in Wisconsin. The company contended the Chain store tax did not apply to its filling stations an i insisted if it was held to cover filling stations it was discriminatory and unfair and therefore unconstitutional. The Dane county Wisconsin circuit court sustained the tax but was reversed by the state supreme court last june. Robert k. Henry Wisconsin state treasurer urged the High court to set aside that decision j pointing out that in numerous rates beginning with one from in a Diana it had sustained graduated taxes based on the numb of stores in chains. Recently in a Case from West Virginia he court held the Chain store tax of that Sta e applied to gasoline filling stations. Henry insisted there was no substantial constitutional difference Between a state tax based on the number of stores in a Chain and a tax based on the Gros income derived from the operation of such stores London. Oct. 21 Henderson implacable foe of War died without knowing his great drama of world peace had been shattered by the Boom of gains in East Africa. Attaches of the West end nursing Home where the president of the world disarmament conference died last night disclosed today that Henderson a whose indefatigable crusade for peace was inspired by the death of his eldest son in the world War had not seen a newspaper for six weeks nor had the 72-year-old statesman. Been told of the counting european crisis for fear the Shock would prove too great. Henderson who less than a month ago underwent an operation won the Nobel peace prize in 1934. His death brought expressions of sorrow in Geneva. An attempt to revive the world disarmament conference was made last month but it was abandoned on the ground that the Italo ethiopian conflict and other reasons made it hopeless so far As achieving anything was concerned. Woman injured when Auto strikes boxcars Beaumont. Oct. 21.�?miss Mary j Eaton. 24, suffered severe gashes Over the right Eye and on the Cheek and neck Early sunday i when an automobile in which she was Riding ploughed into a string. Of boxcars at the fourth Street crossing of the Missouri Pacific lines. C. F. Bedford 27, Driver of the car also was injured. At the Hospital. 30 stitches were required to close the wounds in miss Eaton a face. The Young woman is a teacher at Cheniere a Busi Ness College Here. Deputy sheriff h. A. Feigelson Pinch hitting As a police Short Call officer investigated the Accident. Ii every new wrinkle bothers you think of Princess Alice widow it Tho famous jumbo who gave up looking for new ones when it became too much like looking for a Needle in a Haystack besides shed rather have the Haystack. Her wrinkles Are the accumulation of 148 years most of which have been spent travelling with circuses. Now Shes spending her old age in Australia Brennan buried Laredo oct. 21 up a taps was sounded Over the grave of Hal l. Brennan yesterday afternoon the 46-year-old customs broker and former commander of the Texas department of the american legion who died wednesday in Mexico City was buried with full military honors. Buster Keaton in serious condition Hollywood oct. 21 a1 a apprehension was Felt in the screen Colony today Over the condition of Buster Keaton somber faced fun maker who lies seriously ill in a Hospital. Or. John Shuman Santa Monica the comedian s physician said he was Quot suffering from a nervous breakdown brought on by family and financial Fannett Man fatally Hurt merchant Dies after crash at Beaumont Beaumont out 21.�?albert l. Crawford 49, merchant of Fannett was fatally injured Here sunday afternoon in an automobile collision at fourth and Mcfaddin streets. Five other persons escaped with minor hurts. A car driven by Crawford and another operated by f. B. Martin 2375 Mcfaddin figured in the crash Martin received a Scalp wound mrs. Crawford and three other passengers in the Crawford automobile we Ere bruised. Or. Crawford died two hours after the Accident at St. Therese Hospital. Or. Crawford was a Fannett resident for More than 25 years. Tie is survived by his wife mrs. Ida Crawford four sons Robert John Russell and Rodney and seven daughters mrs. W. J. Burrell and misses Mary Lillian Laura , Martha Rose Lena and Doles res. Funeral services will be held at the family residence at Fannett today with burial in Landrum cemetery under the direction of Pipkin amp Brulin. Bids to be received nov. 15 on fixtures Beaumont oct. 21.�?bids on special equipment for the port Arthur sub courthouse will be received nov. 15 by commissioners court under a Call issued today. Tho equipment consists of lighting fixtures finishing hardware and washroom accessories. Constable held for shooting Yoakum jailed on charge 0w murdering negro special to the news. Beaumont oct. 21.�?constable Ross Yoakum of precinct 3 was lodged in county jail on a charge of murder monday following his surrender to sheriff Richardson in connection with the fatal shooting of Albert Harris 40-year-old negro at Sabine of ass Early sunday night. Richardson said a preliminary hearing for Yoakum was scheduled for this afternoon in Justice j. A. Tyree a court at Sabine pass. Yoakum who came to the courthouse Early this morning said he shot Harris in defense of himself. The negro according to the officer had threatened several persons All Negros with a Rifle and a Shotgun. Carrying a Justice court warrant for Harris arrest the officer according to his statement encountered the defendant near the latter a House. Guard faces trial Angleton oct. 21 up a guard e. Yeary of the Ramsey state prison farm faced examining trial Here today on a charge of murdering another guard f. L. Mccaig. Mccaig was shot to death Early saturday on the porch of the guard Barracks. Rail auditor Dies Palestine oct. 21 up a funeral services were planned Here today for w. K. Werner 59, general auditor of the International great Northern Railroad who died at the Railroad employ yes Hospital Here yesterday after a weeks illness. Burial was planned for this afternoon at Houston. A i ordered him to submit to arrest but instead he made a break at me and i let him have it a Yoakum said. A i believed he was about to attack the negro was not armed at the time of the shooting the officer Learned later he said. Sheriff Richardson went to Sabine pass last night to investigate the shooting but did not succeed in locating Yoakum. Help kidneys Castex if poorly functioning kidneys Ani bladder make you suffer from getting up nights nervousness rheumatic pains stiffness burning smarting itching or acidity try the guaranteed doctors prescription Castex Siaa tex Quot must Fiji you up or Money Back Only 75/ at Dru Aviata. Two local women Hurt in collision two automobiles collided at Thomas Boulevard and seventh Avenue about i p. In. Today. Two women a were slightly Cut by flying Glass but upon the arrival of Gram Mier s and Hampton a ambulances refused assistance and withheld their names As they stated they j wished no publicity. Stopped up nostrils due to Colclo. Use Menthola Tunt to help open the nostrils and permit Freer breathing. Mentho Latum Cires Comfort daily if you prefer nose drops or Throat Spray Call for the new Mentho Latum liquid i Handy bottle with Dropper we properly dry clean boucle and knitted dresses re blocked with True even edges the Home laundry phone 4200 hangs herself $ in twill mtg til in famous athletes aerie attractive woman found dead in jail cell fort Worth oct. 21 up a City detectives went to Sherman today in an Effort to identify an attractive Young woman who hanged herself saturday night in the women s quarters of the City jail. A new automobile left by the woman on the Street was traced to a Sherman dealer who was reported to have sold it to a Man named t. To. Hereford. Arrested saturday night As a forgery suspect the woman gave her name As mrs. Elizabeth Curtis 22, of Dallas. At a tourist Camp however she registered As mrs. A e. Bennett of Elpaso. Dizzy spells Here s a fair offers get an inexpensive Jar of Krushen salts take As much As will lie on a dime every Day in your morning cup of Tea or Coffee or in hot water. After the Jar is empty if you Are not satisfied with improvement in health pet your Money Back. No More laxatives a mors cathartic so and no constipation when you take your Little Dally Pinch of Kytus Chen. Lift it at Pat Wood three drug stores or any drug store in the world. A adv. Grocery Shower is held by auxiliary Quot grocery Shower will feature to i Day it meeting of the auxiliary of the american legion at the legion Hall when All members Are requested to bring contributions of groceries to be distributed to the needy families being cared for by the auxiliary. Mr.-. A r. Lovingood will adj dress the meeting. Mrs. T. R. Watts publicity chairman said. The Sale of Candy by the Mem j hers of the auxiliary at the two Booths on Procter Street saturday was successful the proceeds will be used for Tho Purchase of poppies to be sold on Quot poppy Day a nov. 9, to raise funds for the re habilitation of sex service men and their families. This Day is an an Nual event sponsored by the american broken out for years. Cleared by Cuti Cura soap and ointment. My face broke out with one pimple after another from some outside cause and always looked dirty. I was really ashamed of the Way i looked. The pimples itched All the time and i irritated them by scratching. A a my face was like this for years. I read about Cuti Cura soap and ointment and sent for a free Sample. I bought More and after i had used six cakes of Cuti Cura soap and three boxes of Cuti Cura ointment All Trace of the pimples signed mrs. Clyde Wittine 1310 Lillian ave., Louisville by. Tic urn soap 25c, ointment 25c and 50c. Teum 25e proprietor Potter drug amp Chamita corp., , mat. Camels must be made from choices tobaccos to be so Milo and still so Tull of flavor. I git a lift with a Camel. And they never upset my conditions jewel Ira George f. Hartley bookkeeper Mae main i m As interested in keeping fit As any athlete. Camels never upset my nerves even after St easy smoking. And they never it affect amp a % my wind % Costi Khz Nill it to a camels Are made from finer m orb expensive tobaccos turkish and Domestic than any other popular Brand. Tinned it. J. tobacco company win Ito Salem North Carolina a int. M. . To. In

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