PAGE six THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, With necessnry preliminaries out of the way, 31st district court will open its second week tomorrow with jury and civil cases scheduled to be heard. Although many ca~es are set for Monday, n preferential status has been given case No. 3622, that of W. M. Moran vs. Traders & General Insurance company. Other settings follow: 3270—Tulsa Rig, Reel & Mfg. company vs. Raymond Hartcl et ux. 3327—C. W. Hood vs. Merchants & Manufacturers Insurance company, et a). . l 3361—Keystone . Pipe & Supply company vs. Osborne. 2388—Karris King vs. Railway Express Agency Inc., et al. 3P73 —H. C. Patterson vs. Prank Jcrdcn, individually and as constable, et al. 367E—Joe Mohmood vs. C. I. T. corporation. 368ft—A. B. Nave vs. John Bower?. 3687—N. B. Goodwin vs. Traders & General Insurance company. 3098—Paul A. Tharp vs. J. S. Morse et al. 3719—Ruth K. Bayle et vir vs. L. S. Chisrn. 3736—Lyle Wells vs. Zurich General Accident & Liability Insurance company. 3758—W. F. Motion vs. Texas Employers Ins. 3766—Southern Underwriters vs. A. A. Stewart. 3777—J. Tom Bowers, Joined by T. M. Cunningham, next friend, vs. John T. Bowers et al. 3801—M. Cox vs. Texas Indemnity Insurance company. 3P03—R. W. McQuerry vs. Mrs. Be sic Morris et al. 3825—First National bank vs. Annie Allred et al. 3835 —Texas Indemnity Insurance company vs. G. E. Brewster. The jury list of the week follows: C. A. Clark, Pampa; Joe Looper. Groom; C. H. Rugg, LeFors; John Wood, Pampa; G. W. Reynolds, Le- Fors; Roy Howard, Alanreed; A. H. Doucette, Pampa; Herman Whatley, Pampa; F. H. Terbush, Alanreed; Rurs Ailen, Pampa; A. B. Chris- tion, McLean: F. W. Oobbs. McLean; Rry McCrackcn, L-nFcu's; J. B. Ccllie, McLean; N. A. Greer, McLean; C. A. Tignor, Pampa; D. A. Davis, McLean, E. E. Cole, Hoover; Frank M. Carter, Pampa; M. L. Turner, Alanreed; B. E. Glass, Alanreed; E. Menefee. Painpa: E. R. Sherrod, Alanreed; J. H. Montgomery, LeFors. G. H. Baxter, LeFors; O. L. Boyington, Pampa; a. M. Prigmore, Painpa'; R. B. Glasscock. Pampa; R. J. Hagen, Pampa; W. H. Miller, Alanreed; Tom Schaffer, Jericho; H. B. Knapp, Pampa; C. M. Jones, McLean; W. O. Williams, Pampa; E. A. Shackleton, Pampa; J. P. Hoi- ley, LeFors; Paul Mcrtel, McLean; E.' G. Stapp, Alanreed; J. E. Willis, LeFors; J. E. Lynch, McLean; J. B. Wilson, LeFors; R. E. Stubblefield, McLean; T. N. H'olloway, Mcl^an; F. E. Winepatc, LeFors; Lee Harrah, Pampa. Wine, •women, and song were blamed by officers for the necessity of a rnid on a South Pampa, rooming house Friday night. Nearly a score of men, women, girls, and youtlils were taken to the courthouse. Four girls were charged wTcfi vagrancy. The manager of the rooms and a porter were held without charge pending disposition of them The grand jury may be asked to investigate. Several of those detained for a time were minors. The group was taken before Justice James Todd Jr. County and precinct officers cooperated in the raid. Aron Jones nas been charged with theft • of LoweTl Fenclrictf's 193,1 Chevrolet automobile 'last Tuesday. Tlv? constable's department recof- ered the car and the sheriff's department arrested Jones. Miss Marie James Saturday reported theft of her 1930 Ford coach Friday night from near Your Laundry. It was a blue car. A woman was charged with assault and battery and taken before Justice E. F. Young. She is alleged to have struck another woman. Before adjourning Until Thursday, the grand jury returned four indictments. Returns were made on two yesterday. Clyde L. Moore (alias Jim Strange) and Hubert Jones were Indicted for the burg- lary of Tarpley's music More. Lewis Scott was Indicted for theft of an automobile from O. Cleveland Dec. 20. Marriage licenses have been Issued to Wilbur S. Selby and Leta Helen McCarthy, and to Fred Martin and Sammie May Adams. New civil suits are as follows: H. E. Land vs. Texas Indemnity Insurance company, to set aside award. Casualty Underwriters vs. F. D. Maddux et al, on note. Leo Shadrick vs. Southern Underwriters, to set aside award. The historical scuppernong vine, which Sir Walter Raleigh's first colonists found on Roanoke Island, is there still. ttl.Eft CWOSfiN NASHVititE, Tenn., Jan. 12. (/T 1 ) —Tyler, Tex., Instead 61 Jacksonville, Tex,, will be the West Dixie league farm of the Nashville Scrnth> erh association baseball club this year. The announcement was made by James Hamilton, vice president of the Vols, who also said Neil Andrews has been obtained from Tyler to. understudy Catcher Johnny Gooch, and Charles Leonardo, a right-handsr, has been optioned for the second year to pitch for Richmond, Va., In the Piedmont league. H. W. Rapstlne of White Deer was In the city last jiight. Mrs. J. H. White of White Deer shopped, here yesterday afternoon. UNBLEACHED DOMESTIC BOYS' LEATHERETTE SHEEPLINED COATS Size 6-8 and 12 only —Full felt all around — Four pockets — Heavy Sheep Inner lined—A real value for 88c Day— 36 incites wide — Heavy q u a II t y — Langtry and other brands—Repriccd for Day— We reach the peak in this Dress offering. They're notable bargains which we cannot top. They have Supreme value, and value here means quality and style at a low price- 1 - Fall Felts with their brand new details and new angles — Brins a friend and share 't\ lliis unusual Hat value. New Spring Wash Frocks — In fast color Broadcloth materials. Sizes 14 to 44. These dresses have everything—Line, Details, Materials—and so much style— FUR TRIMMED COATS Coats in nearly all sizes and sty.'cs at a hard-to-beljeve price. 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Choice 40-INCH PRINTED SILKS Printed silks repriced to close-out — also Embroidered Organdies and Plain Silks— Levine's 88c Day price— 2 Yds. PRINTED OUTING Floral and Plain Designs— '. Standard 36-inch width — [ Ideal for Pajamas andbabyi garments—Levine's 88c Day price— 5 Yds. 36x50 BABY BLANKETS Colors B'ue and Pink—Animal Designs on Blanket — Levine's 88c Day special- Choice LADIES' SWEATERS Turtle \ neck and V-nec styles—a real 88c Day valu —sizes are broken— Be h early Monday, Jan. 14. Choice Boys School PANTS Blue and stripe —sizes 6 to 1C •—Dickie brand. Boys' JUMPERS Blanket lined all sizes — 88c Day special— Each Blacks and Browns, sizes are broken—40 pair in this group to close out Monday—During our 88c Day. Leather Palm GLOVES Wrist and gauntlet styles —Levine's 88c Day. 5. Pair Men's Blanket Lined JUMPERS Each BOYS' 2 PANT SUITS 8 Suits in this group. Odd sizes—Values up to 9.85 —, Levine's 88c Day price— Choice m BOYS' FLANNEL PAJAMAS Buy the boy 2 pan- of Flan., nel Pajamas now at this low price — all sizes — two piece styles— 2 For BOYS' WATER PROOF JACKETS Test Freeze proof for boys — Zipper and Button style — Sizes 6 to 16— Levine's 88c Day price — Choice ________________ MEN'S FLANNEL PAJAMAS Men, here is value — Outing] Flannel pajamas in all sizes at this low price — Monday, Jan. 14— 2 For __________________ Fancy Dress Sox — in all sizes and newest patterns — 88c Day— 4 Pair Fleece Unions Levine's 8 8 c Day Monday— Men's Fleece Lined Unions —AH sizes 36 to 46—88c Day special— Each Shorts - Shirts Rayon Shorts and Shirts — all sizes. Colors pink and blue— 4 Garments DRESS SHIRTS Fast Color Dress Shirts— new fancy patterns, sizes 14 to 17. Choice Men, we are cleaning house on these suits — only 27 in this group — Every suit a real value — These suits taken from our regular stock — Priced for close-out Monday— Alteration Free Extra Pants $1.12 'S PRINTS New spring prints. A. B. C. brand — Plenty of new stripes and plaids —) Fast colors— 5 Yards PRICES TALK Men's Blue WORK PANTS Blue and Grey Stripe Pants— Wide Bottoms —All sizes, 880 Day price—: Pair Repriced. Dark colors — in Greens, Blues and Browns:, a real value for 88c Day— MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Browns and Blacks, leather soles, brozen sizes—a real buy If you can find your size— TOP COATS O'COATS Choice of any Overcoat or top coat in our store at only ¥8.88 — All sizes — 87 coats left. Bo here early Monday for best selections.
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