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is, f He !Y DAY IS BARGAIN DAY IF YOU .tit At* accepted ttntfl «:»6 , Abetot fseopw tmtfl noon. Deadlmfc 6» Clftftrfffed, noon Saturday. Mainly About *•-"» t/m f» Sfrtdn/ Issue. r tf INOTOM *t> 18 WORDS) 1 InfertJon 4e per Word Ml*. 2 fiweirnolriii 6c per word Min. I ffiMrttdnll 7c per word Min. 4 Insertions 8e per word Min. B fniertlon* 8c per word MM. aJ 5^tfiB"erffon8 lOc .pet word Mfn. Phohe 400 About BURIAL INSURANCE _luenkel-CarmichaeI ED FORAN Cemetery Memorials 1237 Duncan Phone 1152-W »—Sptclol Rider Motor Co. S. Ballard. Phone 760 — •*- ~ • - - ., • Eagle Radiator Shop 516 W. Foster Ph. 547 *--*--• < - t..- ti*. Cornelius Motor Company 31S W. Foster Phone 346, •'Your Chrysler and Plymouth Dealei' Save tires. Being unrationed does not make tires more plentiful. Protect those tifte you have' by having your wheel alignment checked on our Bcur Equipment. Clay Bullick, We do upholslcrjng doors, glnss runners, lining, tailor made. 520 W. Foster Body Shop in cars, glass In Beat covers, head Ph. 143 Try our expert washing and lubricating. We also specialize in steam cleaning motors and chassis. Come in today. P,ursley Motor Co. FOR RENT: Public address system. For details call 235,1. Skinner's Generator Shop. Motor tune and brake work at new location where he is , stillJn business.' 518 "\V. Foster. Phone 337. BRING your next job here and you'll BBree we know our business on mnlorx. Woodlo'B Garage. 308 W. Klngamill." Ph. 48. Hall &- Smart Garage . Foster Phone 484 'geriernl 'motcii' ronnir' or cWc.k vip with 'complete' 'Satisfaction see ufl. 'New Studebukor motor for sale. Pampa Radiator Shop 407, W. Foster Phone 662 Shock absorbers for Buick, Olds, Pontiac, Chevrolet and Chrysler "P'roducts. Pampa Safety Lane. Ph. 101. ' Foster St. Radiator Shop 8«Hliitori cleaned, 'repaired and 'rccorod 812 W. Footer Phone 1459 4—Lost end Found f: ~'""~""^ LOST: Downtown Wednesday, Indies' glosses In black case. Reward:' Phone Mrs. Wnllig Young. Skcllylownv colloef.j ^ 16-A—Etectriiiol Repoiring WATER WELL repairing. Rod«""and .nb'ng pulled, tow*r» and fttlli erected. Conrad Kotnra. Phone 1880. 116W Tnke St. EXPERT stove p.m..Call. 18S3.. adjusting done after 7 17— Beauty Shop Service THB DUCHESS Beauty Shop conveniently located dqwntown. Lenve your youngster for a permanent while shopping. Call 427. PERMANENTS can be purchased at any beauty shop, but Mr. Yntes' knowledge of giving ringlet end permanent can not. Tinting and bleaching 1 done by n pro- fcsaional. Phono 84S. IT'S NOT too early to think of your Easter permanent. Let us give you n cold wave you'll really be proud of. Blite Beauty Shop, Phone IKS. ' JEWELL'S Neighborhood Shop affords convenience, modern methods of beauty work nnd satisfaction. Call 898. 802 E. Frnncia. __ _ Good* FOR SALE: Eitra large heavy thread beautlf or bedspread. Price $100.00. Inquire 5.13 N. Mnsrnolia. Te*as Furniture Company Specials on Used Kurnitiire Very go'od used modern (jibing table. $26.50. Overstuffed chair, $12.1.0. Hassock. $3.60 end tables, $9.50, nnd cbffce table. Economy Furniture Co. 615 W. Foster- Phone 535 Just received flhijpriient of 'new livihfef room suites find studio dlvnns. We buy your used furnitnfo, repair, refinfsh or upholster it for you. Call for estimates. 19—floor SandlMj MOORE'S Floor), have those floor* ra- flnlshed by your local floor landing feoto- v Portable enulnrn^nt "Phrm* W ' 21—Turkish Baths, Swedlih Massage Lucille's Bath Clinic 705 W. Fostfer Phone 97 Rend and know what massage will do for you. Improves the function of skin, soothes the nerves, stimulates digestion, circulation and elimination, increases intestinal action. Reduces overweight. If the joints are stiff with inflamed muscles, rheumatism and such ailments, vapor baths nnd massage will be very beneficial. 22—Radio Service If ^ you have radio troubJe, bring it to Dixie Radio Shop, 112 E. Francis,, Phone 966. Prompt Service. 24—Building Material nt-ono for sftlc. lit 1)315 S. Unrnes. Phone 1120W Special Red and Green Roof Paint $2.40 per gallon. Square Deal Paint CO.H 514 S. Cuyler. i 25—Uphotitery & Furn. Repoli LET US put your living room suite In Rood condition with new springs an.d up* bolstering. Guelin's at 408 S. Cuyler. Phone 1425. • - iLOVBLY lino of materials 'for upholstery and repair work. .Let J. 3*1. Bland make old furniture) like' new. 329 S; Cuyler. 1'bom- JiOSa.__ • '• Slip covers and upholstering. Phone 2060. 317/S. Cuyler. Brummett's Furniture" Store. 5—Tronsporfotion • - : '' D. A. Adams, Genera} Hauling and Moving. 305'S. C'uy- ler. Phones 2090-120$. CALL 124 for Curley Boyd if you, are moving or need' baggage transfer. Careful service. House moving and winch trucks for service? 'Call,' 2$& for H. P. Harrison. "*' *"* l£ Frederick. ' s ^ TRANSP1S11, D2^£. Cuyler. Local and long, distance haulier. 'Storage space. Phono 934. ' • ' ''• . : •' " '• ' "-' ' Hauling, and, moving, ., ' experienced-' barber, steady work. Apply f.IMpei-ial Barbeiv Shop. S2G-S,'. Cuyler. ' •'"' ' 27—Cleaning and Pressing* UUUNS CI.KANERS an<l Haltern, 113 'W. KinKsmill. Phone 430. Pickup and delivery xervice. 13. Ij. "Peat" Martindalc, L11T US'clenh and press your •wenHnB ap- pnrel. We' dd dyciriff in our own plant. M. A. Jonea, 321 W. Foster, across .from Pimmn News. ' 28—Laundering DK WITT'S LAUNDRY, 001 E. Campbell, under new management. Wet wash, rough dry and finished work, also carbon black. Soft water. WET WASH, rough dry and curtain work done in my home, 211 N. Purviance. Phone 1.I2G.I. Allen & Allen Helpy-Selfy Laundry, formerly Rab.bit & Nubbins, 832 W. Foster, invite you to continue your patronage with them. Same type service. Open 7 to 7. I?icjc up and delivery. Phone 784: 'Home Appliance 119 ft; Frost Phone 364 froninjr boards, lenthef upholsteY^' ed bar sets. Electric ranges, new base rockerfl, new Rrnn hentera, cafe style double waffle Irons, good used 9rft. Friifidnre; Steel cooking ware. 32-volt new electric irons. Stephensotr Furn. Store. Phone 1688. • McLaughlin 406 S. Cuyler Chifforobe. clothes closet, battery radio, like new. Bedroom suites. Home of Morning OWry Mattresses. We buy good' used furniture. Adams Furniture Co., 305 S. Cuyler. Ph. 2090. We b,uy good used furniture. 18—'Musical Instrument* 53—Feed* Get you* 1 supply of ,22 per cent cattle cub.es while we have them. James Peed; Store. Phone 1677/522 S; .er. 56—Baby Chieki PLACE your order with M. C. Mitchell for your baby tJiicksn wo. 815 S. Galley. James Feed Store 522 S. Cuyler Phohe 167,7 Book yonr orders" now for baby clricks. U. S. approved, blood tested. Gray Co. Hatchery Chicks Blobd* tested popfllaf nr#e'ds. Hatching Mondays nncL TJiurSdny't. Joe Hunter. WANTED: 2347J. Wanted Men to room nnd board. Ph. FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE 60— Steeping Roonu _ FOB RENT: Bedroom for Jtirls or couples. N. Ballnrd. Phone 1202W. 63—Wanted To Rent $50 noNUS for information lending to rental of four, five or six room modern house, furnished or unfurnished, Inquire • 207 N. Ward. K1MBAI.L piano for sale. M. & S. Grocery, on Phillips Woods lease, nine miles southeast of Pompa. Inquire Phillips office. PIANOS: Twenty-five factory rebuilt pianos just received. The finest seletition in the Panhandle. Priced from $125.00. Torma Megerf. Musir f'o.. Borger. • Texas. 39— Bicycles FOR SALE: Hoys 20" dilion. Phone 188.1. bicycle, good con- WANTED: Four or five room unfurnished house or apartment. C. T. Hightower. Phone 1584. EX-S.ERVICEMAN nnd wife with 11 month old bnby desires ;i house or apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Permanently employed nnd !n desperate heed of plnce^lo live. Cull or see W. H. Mud- irct-t, care Alpaco Const. Co. Ph. 1890; FOR SALK: Delivery bicycle, large electric box without 1 motor. Cnn be used as ice box. Phone 1070. TO RENT by cx-scrvlccmen and wife, tsvo or three j'oOm furnished apnrt- ment. Permanent resilience. Phone 1605. WANTED: Three or foiiir™room fumishcd ripurtmsnt, veteran nnd fife, both Work- ng, no nets. Call 1285. J. H. Rogers* PANTED by discharged serviceman, two r throe room nphrtmcnt or house, fur- Ished or unfurnished. Call 1026. 41—-Farm Equipment FOR SALE: T-D. 9 Tractor, In good condition, (Crawler type.) See Jim Cunningham, White Deer, Texas. Scott Imp. Co. John Deere Sales & Service, Mack Truck ;Op-BU»ines« Property MODEL U Alls Chalmers tractor. One 22x30 International. One 8-bottom mold board plow, all In good condition. Osborn Machine Co., 810 W. Foster. Ph. 494. Hobbs Trailers Oil Field—Cattle—Vatia- Sules-—Service -Floats Tull-Weiss Equip. Co. Mundy, Realtor. pJ 2372. For sale, one of Pampa's leading hotels, 19 rooms and four apartments, all completely furnished including linens and nice liy- ng quarters, has Uquor store n connection. Priced for quick sale. T.ULL-WKISS EQUIPMENT Interniitioniil Sales-Service Trucks. Triiclor, I'ower Units 42—Oil Field Equipment Greggtpi\ Parts Shop ^{o. 2, Ltd. 1033 Hobart. Ph. 674. Some good' used winches and truck parts for sale. One $.0. 19. Tulsa winch, one Garwood C-35 and a 4 -International parts.. Ford A and! 40x41 V8 truck parts. We' have a good Lee C. Moore 48 ft. A-Mast. Guy wires and turnb.uckles. 45—Wearing Apparel MEN'S clothing^ size 40 trousers, waist 35, langth 83, for sale at 721 W. Francis. Phono 2)fi9.I. ^6—Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Radio, bed. 425 Wnrren. bed room suite, baby i FOR SALE: Lincoln Electric 200 O.M.P. Dressmaking \VILL Df3 dress making and make shirts, also" nltefhtions. 930 Gordon Ave., Boutti side. ' " _ Iflpilence Husband's Sew §|^PR. 7,tO. N. Sumner. " - Wanted 1 : Experienced shoe man also experienced clothing man. Levii\e's Store.' ' 'W an t v $ :" Unhieumbered ' wqtnan 'for housework for "-: business <?oup.lQ, rio. laundry, no ^hi 18 re IT. jj)xc<?llent; salary. Apply %t ^ohrijjaij's,Shoppo. .Phone .353 or 794 '.. .... 14— $i.Higtion Wonted nuts house- peeping and companion to elderly lady. P|»>no'&l IV flora Fatllk. .«•.>.• Opportunity _ „ WOMAN' Ui operate cleiiriiiK liriiljjr copyrighted «yst<>m. large gs 4 ; 'permanent. You own 'and man- pge tho. Ijualnenu. Some' capital required ." . . „ .....i p lun pn N OWU , CU4 Fondanelle Blouse Shop Rm 6'lJuncan Blijlg. ^fe"i8 You'll he pleased with du'lr IbitoVed and fancy blouses, suitable for e.ll. : ^occasions for any typo suit. Also dressmaking and alterations. Custom Maid Shop HJllson Hotel Lob.by. Ph. 646 F*o'r a" prcrspring ionic ' ib your tirert winter wardrobe sec our guy- blouses and dickies. 30—Mgtjrrenei ^ WE RBNOVA'i'IjJ any typo matireaa of any isize. Call 01J3/ AS'ers Muttresa Factory. 817 W; Fi>Bl»r: : " : '" 35— Dirt Hauling WANTED: Yard grgdlng, Karden plowing, ilirt movine. HH.uve Foi'd tractor with dirt loading "device "Job work'or contract. Call ' '•' ' - ••••• Griffith & Williams Sand, Grave], and Fill Dirt Privewuy material,"no i'bb too''iarge or too umall. I?ay and nlglit service, ' •' ' ' worh, OIIB way tan- plow, anythine I'onsidei'cd, Gall 2060. Pampa. '' w -i-.vi.**'?- '•"••'•! 1> "i»''"' s ' f • ** -Household gopdt " ' * "" KOU aALfcS: Hcdrooiu'Bu'lYdT 'Price ?18B. 1001 K. Frances. Phone 2105J. Brummett's FurnUure Store, s; b ,, , .,,. ricty.P»ii : a#ori.1«Uch.eiv cab- sink,''arid coTinectionB. 12i)0 E. .Browning.' Phono 2030R.- "'•• • : •''•' Cui'UiinB,, inneruprinB... mat- treiia, 8pr!u(ja, b.editable, -chair, rojrrdrs, lamp,' flooV A l,atiip,' th|T}W ; .i'ilBi and mji'chine. 10|0' Ji. pr»jigl».«^Phonc *•••••-•••' '.'-"••• •'• • ••-. .•-•• F6p SAIitj! One-bedroom suite, 7|-lb. ice b;o T x, threg' burner Bt0y«.:'divsnv- Vreakfust set, two end tablea l und hielr chuir." Call 1210W or 612 ^ Sumner. • '' ' Fpll SAI(B ! Two 'two-pieee' 1JVJH8 .room suites. Newly upholstered. 828 'S; Cuy. ler. Phone 1683; Bland Uphoiatery. Sh.6p. (rwin'« Fwmtyre^ $09 W. Foster, TPb«'Rightly used bq^rqom suites. Three slightly uaed Uy»n:i| Voma"' wiite*. One slight W8f4 room SHI^, Tn^e^ u,sed fiye • piege es. AH ^f,i,sona,Wy priced pay toj price for 'good arc -wilder with nil nt Plains Motor Co. attachments. Inquire Radcliff Supply, 112 East Brown. Phone 1220. Buy your garden hose now while we have a good supply. FOR SALE: One 200 amp. Lincoln welder, same as new. One bnby'bed $nd mattress. 924 S. Wells. Phone 81. NOW OPEN Radio Service Shop We are now equipped to repairs on all makes of radios. Get your order in for a new 19-46 Motorola car or house radio. Now on display at Pgmpa Home Appliances. PAMPA HOME APPLIANCES Cnll 364— Ask for Harold Bcckham 46-A—Wanted To Buy WANTRU TO ISUY: Cement mixer, eiih I), fledgal, Star RouteM. Panu>a. JDB- Jou to Hawkins, ; tuy -electric . . ^ 418 Buckler. Phone 554. 51 —Fruiti, Vegetobltt Jones Quick Service Market Cornet; Fr?.4 r i«M * ^ a r^ If yuu havcii't been" tn' to nrade with it's wti're bolh losing money, Make our store your hubit. Complete Block of CooUo. Neel's Market & Grocery S, Cuyler Phone 1104 Ol»;ii Sunday. CloBcd Tucaday flnly Fw4 18'W, Foster Try Open every day. meats.' Complete fresh fruits. our of Phone 143 f/Jje grade ol groceries' ' ' LANE'S MARKET and Service Station ijluke one stop for groceries, meats urn lii'Up.kor'B supplies Lane's at Five Points Livestock FOR SALE: Four year old mare with filly colt. Harold Beck,.three miles south one-half mile wegt'orKiiSsmiU. •• ' SOB SALE: ftaWitiT h«e£Mow end fry ore. 882 N. Baer. IB SALE: White jtfpntu'cho hens.-also w White Leghgrns, Sloans Oil Company ; Uby Sachett Lea.se. E. A. Morge.' *** tout * Thomasspn h§» fpr if IS head nitp| white *$%.im 1 —§j& (VAN.TED TO RENT of lease, location dr beauty shop.' Ptcfcr noHh of tracks. Reference furnished. C»ll 427;- FOR SALE: Koto- room double-walled house, 28'*2fc' ready to move, all material stored to remodel, also eight lotr, fill in Wheeler. 0wher transferred. Call R. C. Martin at Cicero Sm.ith Lumber Co., Mo- beetle. Phone 26 or 42; 79-tUot E4M« tue*<4y, 1941 FOB 'SALE: Three room modern house on pavement near school, vacated with sale. Phone 2S3W. Mrs. W. C. Mitchell. 1398 Booth Weston 1978 Five room house on N. West street, newly decorated. Six 'room brick, also lovely five room house on N. Charles, near new hljrh school. Four room modern hotisp, double garage, laundry room, chicken house, cow barn and fruit trees. Lot iiOxSOO ft. on Clarendon highway. Possession with sale. Four duplexes, furnished or unfornlBhed. all north of tracks. Three bedroom brick on N. Ruseell. Four room efficiency with larjre gartttiP, only $2100. List with us for results.. FOR SALE: New four room modern house to he moved. Inquire 700 W. Foster. THREE room modern house, two jots, all fenced, one-half block off Amarillo highway. Price $2100. 927 S. Dwight. J. E. Rice, Realtor. Lovely six room home, two floor furnaces, front room carpeted. Venetian blinds, large lot. Price $11,500. Five room Kvir.k, east part of town. Eight room duplex furnished. Six room duplex, partly furnished and three room apartment in rear. East part of town, $9500. 16 room apartment house. 12 rooms furnished, to be moved, $4,000. Nice five room home in east part of town, $6,500. Call 1831. WANTED to boy good five room house, well located. Call 12&3W After S p.m. List ybttf jpfreperties with me for a quick sale. I buy Vendor'* Lien notes. John Haggard. Phone §09. ,_ 80—Automobile* FOR SALE: 1936 «22r, Cash. 124 S. Ford, five good tirefi, Starkweather. FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet, sedan, excellent condition. Contact Mrs. Tschirhort. 723 N. Banks. . 1MB LINCOLN Zephyr, with nrw 1910 V-S Ford motor. New tires. Body in excellent erinrtlrJon. Phono 732J. 81—Truck* FOR SALE OR TRADE: '33 Ford pickup, excellent condition. Clean throughout. .125 N. Warren. FOR SALE on TRADE: in-n two nnd one-half ton (.'.. M. truck, front wheel drive, engine nnd transmission pr.ictical- \y new See nt HIS Sun Set Drive. Price 11BOO. Phone 14:>1W. F?)K~SALB: 1941 Ford truck, new motor, Rood tires. Rood winch. 1937 Dodjre truck, with winch. Four room modern house, double Karaite on two BO-ft. lota. 924 S. Wella St. Phone El. 84—AecestoHel Nice six room house, lOOx 150 ft., corner lot. Rugs, Venetian blinds, double garage and servant's quarters. Located on Christine St. Call 1766. Stone - Thomasson. 'Oil tJUlCK wili;, L-SS, 50x140, clone Bnllard thro clumses and busi- In. Phone 107«. 311 N. 'OR SALK by owner: Six room modern "uplex, two lialhH. double garage. 905 'wiford. Call M24J day or inquire 1027 S. Frnneia after 6 p.m. ""OR SALE: Seven room house, four rooms pstaira, three down, two private baths. On business street. Phone 404R, Call aft- ""OR SALE: Four room modern house, M1G (lasnolin. Possession with sale. $4125. Open for inspection. Hughes-Pitts, Inc. hone 200. FOR SALE: Six room house on highway with acreage, $6000. Plenty of out build- ngs. I have n tourist court and apartment house. W. T. Hollis. Phone 1478 ""OR SALE: Four room modern house, lardwood floors, good garage, one-half dock off pavement.: You will have to Bee .his house to' appreciate it. The best buy n the Tally Addition.' Price $3075. Phone 443. •IOMES, lota, and properties or exchanges, 'erryton, Wheeler, Childresa, Pampa, else- vhere. List with me day or night. Phone MOW. J. E. Rice Phone 1831 Down town filling station, good location. R SALE: Nine room house, needs remodeling and repairing. 001 E. Browning. ' O McCoy. Phone 1202W. R SALE by owner, five room modern louse with four room basement apartment rented. Inquire at 624 N. Frost. Call 1261W. DISABLED veteran, buy good income property with small capital. Be independent and sure of monthly income, always rent;d. My nine unit' npartment' house, com- >letely furnished, now for quick sale. 629 N. Russell. If interested in buying a farm or small tract of land call. Barrett, 293 or Monroe, Phone 1959. M. P. Downs, Agency Real Estate, Loans, Insurance Five room modern home, garage, one acre tract of land, $3750. Good place to raise cow, hogs, chickens. 201 Combs-\yorley Bldg. 1264 Phone's 336 John Haggard, Realtor Duncan Bldg. Ph. 909 Five room home'"N. Ytmger, three or Jour room N. Russell. Income property. Four room house on S. Barnes. Two nice duplexes, one furnished. One five room home on E. Francis. Three houses on one lot, income property. 214 acres one E. Craven, 800 block, very close in. List your property with me for quick sale. II handle vendor lien notes. Four bedroom home, corner 1,200 N. Russell, also home near Presbyterian church. Call 946W. Mrs. G. K. Reading. Pampa Garage and Salvage New rebuilt Ford, Mercury, Lincoln and Chevrolet motors. New and used parU for all cans. Guaranteed repair work. 808 W. Kingsmill. Ph. 1661 Wanted to Buy Used tires and tubes of all kinds also 16 inch wheels of all kinds and will buy any kind of car or truck parti. C. C. Matheny, Tires, Salvage 818 W. Foster. Phone 1051 87—financial Automobile, Truck and Household Furniture A Friendly Service To Help You Financially H. W. WATERS INSURANCE. AGENCY "Our Aim Is Tq Help You." New Location 208 N. Russell NfeWf , j*g| C6PR. 1916 BY HE* SlEBVlCE. INC. t. M. BED. ». S. PAT. Off "I think we ought lo fix up a real nice place for lifer, Pa— •with butler prices what they are and alll Market Briefs Gertie Arnold, Realtor, Rm. 3, Duncan Bldg. Phone 758 Five room modern house, fenced in back yivrd. East Cnwen, $3950.' Possession in 30 days. Three room house in' Tulley Add., S1500. Terms. Three rooms nnd bath on two 50-ft. lots, S. Somercille, $2500. Four room duplex with two rent houses on same lot, nil furnished, $4500. Income $130 per mouth. Nice five room house with gnrngp, storage space and wash house, near new high school. Possession with sale. $9500. Nice 10 room brick with ISIVj-tt. front, plenty of shade trees, basement and three £ar:tffes, possession within 30 days, $20,000. List with me for action. Mrs. Clifford Braly Real Estate Modern four room hquse ready for occupancy, on paved street. Priced $2500. Call 317. Tom Cook, Real Estate 900 N. Gray Phone 1037J One four room house, one three-room house, close in. A real buy. List town, business or residence properties or farms with me. • WALL STREET NEW YORK, Feb. H—VP)—Stock market customers today hid up some distillers and assorted specmltks while permitting many rail and industrial leaders to seek lower levels. Commitments were reinstated here and there on the thought thut last week's sharpest relapse in nearly three months had served as a healthy correction of the swing to 15-year peaks. Hopes that settlement of' the steel and automotive strikes would follow the Western Union peace were a bolstering influence. Numerous customers also held aloof because of tomorrow's holiday. Dealings were relatively quiet from the start'. Trends wavered in most cases after midday arid, approaching the close, the direction was irregularly 'downward. Transfers were around 1,400,000 shares. Ahead most of the time were American Kadiator. Certain-Teed, Flinkolci Blaw- Knox, Douglas Aircraft, U. 'S. Rubber, Philip Morris, Deere, Du Pont and North American. Inclined to give ground wci't- U. S. Steel, net-hlehem, Chrysler, International Harvester, • Santa Fe, American Telephone, Western Union "A," Anaconda, Phelps Dodge, Allied Chemical, Westinghouse and Union Carbide. Bonds, oh'the whole, were easier. Shamrock Schools Hsiled by Stale Education Deputy SliAMROCK, Feb. 12 (SepeciaD— H. Boulter, deputy state superin- endent of schools visited the homrock schools Wednesday and ith other schools of the county on Thursday. The purpose of Boulti-c's visit was 5 inspect applications for equaliza- ;on aid and Shamrock's request, as ubmitted, for approximately $8,000, as approved. The amount of the aid will vary ome pending the ruling of the at- orney general on scholastic appor- lonmcnt that came out in August n whether that amount would be tiown as a balance on this year's udget. Boulter, who has made marly vis- ts to Shamrock and has many riends here, stated: "I wish to congratulate the city f Shamrock on the fine work that ler school board and administration doing." NEW YORK STOCKS By The Associated Press .• in T.11.'. 73 C. H. MUNDY, Realtor. Phone 2372 Nice four room modern, double garage on pavement, $1500 will handle. lice six • room duplex, six room apartment in rear; close in, possession 'with sale, $6500. Beautiful rive room home, garage and shrubbery, near new high school. Possession with sale, $0500. Lovely five mom house, good location, immediate iiossession. Three bedroom modern home on south side, $3-400. Vice three bedroom -home, close in, $4750, tfice five room house, $5250. yice eight room duplex, two baths, with garage, on pavement, S57HO. Fouv room modern on pavement. Possession with sale, $2000. Nice modern five room house, north side. Possession with sale. ' ,......Three bedroom brick home on cast side. l''or farms und ranches see me for quick sale, '.-.'-. /• Three room with double garage, nice shade trees, $1900. Nice three room modern, Finley Hanks addition, $2100, imme- iiate possession. Must be seen to be appre- elated, this lovely five room brick home in 1100 block on Christine and a two b t edroon| hpme in 1300 block N. Russell. See Stone -'THomasson, Call Mrs. Clifford Braly at 317 for farm, ranch, city property and good building lets,'. ' ' '• • - - U Stark & Ferrell. Phone 341 Three bedroom brick house on two lota with plenty of shade ynd several fruit trees, double euruge with servant quarters, and Bendfx washer, also new elec* trie ranere> possession in 30 days. '*-*> --' • ••-• " .-'..-. ..— v- Four room newly dec. orated on paved street ready Call 909 9<?cuRancy. John Haggard, FOR SALE: Nice five room modern house, basement, eood garage, nice wash house, chicken house and trees, all fenced on Barnes- street. Possession with sale. Ph. Ui8. '1. S. Jamison. _ _ Lee R. Banks, First National, Phones 52 ^ Real Estate Bank Bldg. and 388 l'\iur room house. Two room house on two lots. Priced $2760. Possession with sale. Six room house with two three-room apartments in back, renting for $50 per month. Price S8500. $4000 cash, balance $50 month, on ' pavement, close in. One eood lot on N, Sumner, $225. Good restaurant doine.pxcellijiit business,- well located. List with me. 73—Lots FOR SALE; One-fourth of double lot in Fairview cemetery, located near southwest ctfrner, 'a beautiful location, (no restrictions). See or write J. D. Edgar, White Deer, Texas. ' ' 76—-(farms and Tracts FOB SALE: A well improved 160 acre farm; good orchard and water" on school bus'route, three'iniles south and one west of Wheeler. J. B. Scott. ' ' See ^his 1700, acre ranch located IS miles southeast of Higgins. Plenty, of improvements, Ruining water; best kind of grass, $20 per acre. Stone -. Thomas$qn, Phone 1766. Choice Farm L«nds J, E, Rice Phorie 1 1831 Half section. wheat farm, five miles east of Pampa, on pavement. "85 acre tract," close in, 14000. 11- iLcres. close in on pave- monl, tnsfl. List with m\e•'for quick "sale. Am Airlines 19 74 V4 AT&T 23 102 Vi Ifll'/i Am Wool IS 47% 44 Anaconda ^i7 40 : )i 4S 1 /, ATCH T&SE 10 104% 103% Aviu Corp ' 200 13% '-% Beth Steel 24 110% 107'/j 'Braniff 14 30% 29; s Conl Mot 25 22Vj 22% Cont Oil Del 21 37'X: 37% Curtiss Wright —140 11 10% Freeport Sulph _- 2 54 53% Gen Elec 50 51% 50% Gen Mot 79 78% 77?s Goodrich BF 10 74 '/ t 72V-. Greyhound 15 33% 33% Gulf Oil 18 02% 62M: Houston Oil 15 27% 26% Int Harv _•._-,— 9 95 94 K C Sou 11 28% 2S% Lockheed 10 40'4 39% M KT 3 IS'/j 15'/i Montgom Ward .._11 7S 77Vj Natl Oi-iw ; 48 2'J's 28 No Am Av 29 15% 15% Ohio -Oil - 67 22 21% Packard 103 12'.i 12 Pan Am Air 64 24 r )i 24% Panhandle P&R _-45 12 11% (Penney '(JC) ' 4 57% 57'A Phillips Pet 18 52% 52M Pure Oil 82 22i r j 21% RCA' CO 18 17% Repub Steel 83 39 37'jf, Sears 80 43% 42% Sinclair 50 19',-j 19'/i Socony 153 17% 17 •Sou Pac 46 03% D2 Std Cal 4(i 4«y s 48 ] ,.j Strt Ind 18 41 40% Std NJ :« 68% 68 • Tex Co 18 57% 50% Tex fiulf Prod — 7 11 10% Tex flu If Sul -,-lU 51% 50% Tex Pac C&O -17 25% 25 Tidewater A -OIL 17, 20^, 20V1 US Rul> ,24 68'4 B7Vi US Steel G3 94'.; 92% West U« A 2» 5ZM 50% Woolwortli (FW) 10 56% 50% 73 191 44% 48% 104% 12% 107% 22% 37% .10% 53% 50'/4 77'A 73 U 33V 02 V 26% 94V 28% 39% Half section farm land, well improved, very cjose to Pam* pa. 1 "' -•'.•• ^99kiog for a ranch?. See th^js ^7^0, %cre,s on payed road. Two sets good improve- Owner will *e(l well Iocate4 home, Ve» netian room above, nds, floor furnace, garage with four! modern apartment Will sell partly for*; pr completely fur« ^ ^' » ^ TS«j ments es, one modern, sijs water* welU, located between" Alanreed and Lefors. See John Haggard, Duncan Bldg. Ph. Pampa, Texa». C. Phone Several lots for A\e. One business lot on Miami highway. I'll tal^e you to McAllen lo see laud where everything grows. i«t'« talk it over. Fw»f toMfty To tt foiji? roow «Mtd.eirn bouss. iuquire Chast«m Cleaning E.fk::^ s A>'<Sj ' f CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO. Feb. U—W— i Open yay 1.80'/4 July .-• - iSep „. 77'/ 28', 15', 2212 24% 11% 5VA 52% 2214 17% 37% 52% 19% 17 02 46V 40% 08 10% 514 25V 20% 677! 83 501/ 56% CIos 1.80V 1.80} 1.8UV KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK KANSAS 'CITY. Feb. U—(£>)— (USUA —Catt-lo 16.500: calves 1,000; slaughte steera steady to strong, fairly active o good and choice grade to order "buyers heifers and cows steady; bulls strong t 15 higher; vealcrs and calves steady; slock ers'and feeders comprised around 30 pc Cent ' of run; trade active, prices firm with close of last week; large share bee steers consisted of good atyd choice grati $16.50-18.76; medium und low good $13.76 15.50; most good 'heifers $14.60-15,50 dry fed cows common und medium lui'g ly $9.50-11.76; good aud, choice veulei $14.50-16.00: • medium and good calvi $12.00-14.00; good and choice stocker : an feeder .steers $14.00-15.25; good and choic stock ateer calves $15.00-76 i heifeT : cnHve $14.00-15.10; medium and good feede covv« S9.t6-ll.50'.' ' •'' ' ' Hogs 5,800; active, fully steady at cei ine prices; good: and choice 170 Ib. an, ...^ *1 A i e . «^...n ' *i Q-Ort '-" ' CHICAGO , CHICAGO, Feb. 11—(^Pi—lUSIiA—Po tutpeS :'-SWW. iriarlslet ubout steady. Jdah Husset Bui-banks, "U, S. No. 1. $8.00 3 SO,; • Co'oJ'«_do > Rfd ycCiure*. U. S. U. S. No. 1,' $286-8.10; Bweset Buvbwki fall' qvmllty, 4? >ao ;*Fl9i'W»» 50 Ib. , laughtcrers ; packers ; packers goinc sluvv- y, biddinu weaker; only a few steers sold arly ; good fed steers and yearlings $15.006.00. choice steers held above $17.00, ommon and medium grades Sll.OO-U.OO; nedium and good beef cows 310.011-12.50, •ommon . 9.00-50, cutters S7.75-B.7 anners mostly $7.00-50. shelly lightweighta n SO.00 column; sausaEf bulls $8.00-11.00; rood anil choice fat r,dvi-s $13.00-15.00, ew fed heavywuiBhts on yearling order 1500-50: Koud and choice- .stock'-rs and ucilers S13.UU-M.2J, inediunm stockers 11.50-12.50. Hogg 1IOU; active and steady; good and hoiiri.- barrows ami fills over KiO Ibs. 14.65; (rood 130.160 His. $12.00-1.1.00; ows mostly S13.au :' pigs $11.Bu down. FORT WORTH GRAINS FORT WORTH. Feb. 11-^—Wheat o. 1 hard S1.7S-;;-S4. Oats No. 2 white 90'.:.-91'./,. Sorghums No. 2 yellow m'ilo per 100 bs. $2.48-61, nom. At least 71 000,000 is being collected in America to finance the Catholic and Protestant churches and missions of Europe and Asia. SERVICE Any Make Washer, Electric Iron or Motor—Any Hourl Bradshaw Washing Machine Co. 438 N. Carr Phone 207Z Need a Battery? See Joe Harvester Service Station 201 N. Ballard Phone 30 NE\V ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 11 —yP»—Snot :oH'on closed steady 25 cents a bale lower here today; s>\les H.263 ; low middling .•2(1.60. . middling-$25.60; good middling 126.00; receipts 3.661; stuck 2-15,114. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Feb. 11 - (,P)—Grain futures trading .drugged ulong at weakened >nces in a aluirtrish trade most of the time today, with May rye showing occasional rallying tendencies. Wheat, corn and barley closed unchanged at ceilings of Sl.SO'/i, Sl.lS'/. ind $1.22'/., oats unchanRed to % cent lower than Saturday's finish, May 81- ccnt ceiline; rye unchangi-d to 3% ctnta Jown, May $2.07Til2:OS'/j. NEW ORLEANS FUTURES NEW ORLEANS. Feb. n-.-lfly-Cotluii rului-fs declined here today under long rcnjizinf and hedge selliiiE. (.MtiMing prices were stonily 15 to 25 cents a bale lower. Open High Low Close March 25.JI2 25.112 B.S7 25.«2b May 25.S5 26.bS 25.SO 25.87 July 25.87 25.87 25.75 25.85 Ocf 25.77 25.77 25.04 25.7J-75 Dee .__.. 25.73 25.7S 25.60 25.69 13—Bid. LOANS PLAINS FINANCE CO. H. L. Phillips Room 8, Duncan Bldg. Ph. 1205 Your Car Must Last Awhile New ears may be on the way but your wartime car will have to do this winter. Let us keep it in good, working order. BOYLES NASH CO. 114-16 S. Frost Phorie 130 Rely on us for every kind of auto service, including overhauling and body repairs. Our efficiency is your economy. Pursley Motor Co. Dodge-Plymouth Cfl'S Dodge Job-Rated Trucks 211 N. Bollard Phpne 113 KEEP YOUR CAR IN CQNPITIC Check Brakes Check Engine, Battery, Carburetor Check Steering Check Clutch, Rear Axle, Transmission A Complete Body Service and Wheel Alignment COFFIY PONTIAC CO, 6 — Pontiac — 8 220 N. Someryillc AND TUNING WILL Keep Yoyr Car Running \ . t •:. Pursley Motor Co,,

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