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WH1» th» ntjthl «scbo«t t>U< *taa not txtytwil? eon. JHfdia *ou* WANt H» *tt 666 or 667 0** *Wrt«rt« KdJUkK .will netlfi fM. Wi at Ad, hdtttn* too word It. tat tot ''SitSfUon Wanted" *nd tfid Podhd" «Wc*»h With crrdft «UT fi«t b» raitm th« all W«fti Ads nnd«/ * headings j>ad to r«ri>» or fHtfchold from pnblltafloa any e«pr i**«D*d objtetlonabl*. , - NotlM of *nj irroT; Aatt b* klrio It *im« for lulrrMtloft b*fot« <KdWl ' . , . • . U eait of any «rror be an om»»ldu (• adttrtlaing of any nattn Th« Dalll N*W8 (ball not Jb» buld llnbl. fot UmWIM farther tbah th* amount n- MlMd for neb. LOCAL SAT* NOVEMBER II, lltl t <ay, la a word ; minimum t ««I«, <e a *ord, minimum «0«. 1* c«r word for *aeb •ucoMdlns lua» aft«t tk* flnt firo >»«. the Pamjia Daily NEWS Card of Thanks' CARD OF THANKS We wish to express! ojlr appreciation for the many fcind offerings during the illness and death of our husband, fathej? fcnd brother. Also :ott and wife, iderson and son. irlie Hall P. Hill H. Magruden. to Rev. John * Mrs. G. •'' Mr. and ^SACRIFICE! FOR SAfifir-Or lease to party with actual cash, ready to do business and pay 'rent in advance and pay for stock and equipment on hand, either one half or the whole of one of the nicest small businesses in Pampa. Consider terms or car trade on part to reliable person but please tio not answer unless you have sev- 'eral hundred dollars on hand of your own and able to get down to * concrete facts when proposition is shown you. See L. J. Starkey, Dunban building, Agt. Be-130 FOR, SALE—Sacrifice good, paying cafe business, fixtures and equip- meht with living quarters. Shower bath', .Wash house and two lots. Clear. Forced to leave on account of health. $2,500. Terms. P. O. Box 1920. .,'•::,•' Gp-130 , !FOR SALE—Studio couch, $17.50. Odd dresser, $8.00. Breakfast set. $8.00. Gas-ranges, $12.50 and $15.00. Also some office furniture. Small % desk. filing cabinet, typwrlter and check protector. Pampa Transfer fcnd Storage Co., across from Cabot Co. office. -L^A 6 FOR SALE—Equity in OX5 Amer• lean Eagle biplane, $350. Balance, $130. Will take light car in trade. Brunow Apt. No. 15. 3p-126 RADIO BARGAINS 7' tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube American console 7 tube Amplex Lowboy 7. tube Alwater- Kent 9 tube B. C. A. Table model 8 tube B, C. A. Hibby 8 tube Apex Hiboy''.... 4 tube Philco Baby Grand 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube Majestic Lowboy 6 tube Stewart- Warner Lowboy .. 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube Brunswick ''.SO 7.50 5*00 12.50 15.00 12.50 15.00 15.00 19.50 22.50 25.00 24.50 49.50 5 tube Philco .Baby .Grand 9 tubeV Philco ftadio- Phpnograph comb. ., Two 6 1 4ube Philco Lowboy's American N^and Foreign re- e tr:,.X:.... 57.50 8 tube American'Bosch battery set.' (almost Tjew) \omplete with batteries\.,^.J.. 49«50 tub* I* C.Vftf battery set, »e*A\-\ | 9>50 lco\b.fcttery set, man- battles !&*• 25.00 $ jUnbe Phllcftjwttery set— alnjost 37,50 give-away IWPUEY ' A Page Where Buyers And Seller ' -1"-TC' > ' ** **— f**-3||g ' ' "• " '»' »-> *-= 1 i- 1 i s ..,^^.fi,i-i -a-ft-rri • Hfi r-rvr r-TI-r- fir fr-mi* T-ir^r^irrr-iVfTrr^rr«iYiiiTmmtffiim>riiii&iir»f.-r-ftif^%i'iri w^**» » «.£**»•«*«»»*» ^*i^" ~*fr *..&. _a ^4.. . .. -* ^,. . , ~ , .. -. ~ * *^«., >-. . -,»..-*— , -. ~~ - .. -.- . ~ -....*. - — jj~ ~_ ^.a.-fc.^^^jat- » it *«ai^*a L. »ttKBS«Ll,«S*" "1 tmncan Bldg. I Wanted at once, ttew low price J QTRL WANTED—Eagle Cafe. 305 ..._ ^ „ . lc _ j24 oft tM» 6 R. modern stucco on £ , near school. This week $2,500. NorEh pSitt Of cfty 1 . Sell or exchange on larger place. A neat 2 R. house, $750. Also 4 B. for $1,200. See this dandy Ifttle home for $900. tWntTsay rent, buy this 3 R.,house, *or. lot, for $300. Residence lots $50, $110, $150 and up, 6c-125 FOB SALE by John W. Crout abd Son, painting and paperhanglng. Office phone 34l t Johnson Hardware Co. 211 N. Purviance. SGc-138 WILL TRADE equity in "35 model Ford sedan—only 7,000 miles— radio equipped—for '32 Chevrolet or Plymouth. Call at 110 B. Starkweather. , 3tp TOR' SALE—Big stock tires. Guaranteed qualty at one-half price. Joe Burrow Tire Co. 26-129 Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 19R4 Standard Chevrolet Coach • ...'.., $450 1934 Plymouth DcLiixe Sedan ./;'.. {...:..T."i 585 1933 JBntfik dmpc ...1 350 Two 1952 Ctfcvrolet Cotfpes 295 18.11 Chevrol/t CcHtpof/.i. "~* 1930 C^-*' * PLAN ,lery/on a ew Dnco CULBERSON-SMALlANG CHEVROLET CO.,|lnc. EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1934 Ford V8 coach driven 9,000 miles, complete with good radio, also seat covers. This car is as tfJCCft AA good as new.. $550tOO 1934 -Ford V8 coach. Good 'radio, tires and appearance — . overhauled . 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe; New Goodrich Silvertown Golden Ply Tires. Equipped with good radio, — a real buy 193 PonUac Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with good radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate $525.00 1932 Oldsmobilce Eight- Deluxe Sedan. Equipped with Federal 6-ply heavy duty tires. Good hot water heater. This car lhas been '• driven only 32.00P miles. A real buy at $425*00 car before buying 1929 Ford Coach. ; Good f condition throughout. If you are in the . market for cheap transportation look this one over .... 1930 Chevrolet Truck,", ine •' ; iiifl half tons. This truck has been out of; service for .the past two years. 'Equipped with wheat bed Small down payment and Easy Terms. Open Evenings 'Til 9 P. m. ' BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR ,Cp. OLDSMOBILE 112 N. Somcrville Phone 977 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn.. 26c-140 Beauty Parlors OIL PERMANENTS We are very fortunate to'"have the best and most outstanding finger waver in North Texas. One trial will convince you that this statement is not misleading, Permanents by a man who specializes in Permaiients. Permanent-; $1.50 to $10.00 phone 818 YATES BEAUTY.SHOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppc on Balcony Phone figo all grocery store quarters, PERMANENT waves $1.00 or 2 for $1.75.. .Finger .waves, wet 15e. Come with hair shampooed. 'Edna's Vanity Shop, 506 V$ S. Cuyler. 4C-125 Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves ..... Duart Permane Eugene Spiral Spiral Hotel Adams PN PP^ So." Cuylar. , , ef'ienced at Good Eats Cafe. lady cook 3c-125 Miscellaneous MRS. LILLY HATlTSPlELD Piano Teacher in P.impa C6nservatory Fall term begins "Sept. 1st StudW I. O. O. F. Bldg. Illume 557 LET ME HELP you with your landscaping. Fall is an excellent time for planting. Phone me at 80, Thomas Claytrn»^with Clayton Floral Co. 410 B. Fos-er. 26c-143 If Mrs. Rijdojph"Taylor wili call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock, she «-ill receive a free ticket 'n> ;iee Oracle Allen in "Here Comeii rookie," showing at the La Nora Friday or Saturday. MADAM K. \OREL-Noted psychologist and spiritualist reads your life' innermost secrets on all affairs, business, love, marriage, divorce, working conditions. Gives names, dates and facts: reunites the separated. Hours fl-9 dally, Sunday. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special readings 50c one 'week only. 418 N*. Frost. 6p-125 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable 'prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26C-117 MADAM LAWONE RAY—Noted psychologist and numerologlst. Reads your life Intermost secrets without asking questions. Advice given on business changes and love affairs. Schneider Hotel. Room 207. 12p-129 Wanted WANTED house or cafe work by experienced girl. Anything considered. Write box 3114, care of Pampa Daily News.^ '• ' 3f-124 If Mrs. Jim Collins will cajfat the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 -o'clock, she will receive a free ticket to see Gracie Allen in "Here Comes Cookie," showing at the La Nora Friday or Saturday. Wanted to Rent WANT TO BUY used living room suite. Box 696. LeFors. 6p-126 Work Wanted YOUNG -LADY experienced in house work and cooking. Wants employment. Call 1031-j. 3f-127 HOUSEKEEPING work or care of children wanted by middle aged lady. Call at- We Be Hotel. Room • •• If Ola McPherson will call 'at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock, she will receive a free ticket to see Gracie Allen in "Here Comes Cookie," showing at .the La Mora Friday or Saturday. " MIDDLE AGED" man and wife want work on farm or anything considered. Inquire Pampa Tourist Court __ . • - 3f-126 GIRL 'WANTS work. Prefer cafe work. Tulsa apartments. Inquire at the back, last apartment. • • ... •• 'Sf-125 For Trade WOULD LIKE to. trade 80 acre farm in Estajicia .Valley, New Mexico, for. Pampa property. If interested Inquire at 429 S. Faulkner St., Pam- ' :; - •.' ;: ''--' ; '• '.- ' 3p-12G Loans Pay Air Bills With One Loan! "Pmtfnal '» Jo.n Ifnmediftte SALA To Carhon H1ofl<«i|U OU, NO ENDORSERS:' All; dculii|(,^/,BtrieU: PAMPA FJfrjAMCE South illy] FOB RBljTT--rirwp ; '.voqii> furrflshed St.- apartment. Close in. 112 S. Wynne .-- ' '•'•'• .' "" -"."2c-126 2c-126 KfiNT— 'Nice Jjedrt)am for rent. 1105 E. Francis. 2C-126 FOR RENT— Front bedroom, join- .ing batli. .508 S. Barnes, 3p-127 _ ___ FOR RENT— Large bedroom. Two or three men. Phone 123. 2c-126 Read The NKW3 Want Ada. international Sunday School Lesson By bit J. JL NUNff General Topic: Paul (Worker with ttahd and Brain). Scripture Lesson: Acts 20:33-35; Phlllppiaris 4:4-14. Acts 20:33. I coveted no man's silver, or gold, or apparel. 34. Let yourselves know that these hands ministered unto my necessities, and to them that were with me. 35. In all things I gave you an example, that so laboring ye ought to help the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that he himself said, It is more blessed to give than to receive. Philippians 4:4. Rsjoiee in the Lcrd always; again I will say, Rejoice. 5. Let your forbearance be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. 6. In nothing be anxious; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanks giving let your requests be made known unto God. 7. And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall guard your hearts and your thoughts hi Christ Jesus. 8. Finally, brethren, whatsoever thing are true, whatsoever things are honorable, whatsoever things are just, -whatsoever things are pure, whatsoaver things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue; and If there be any praise, think on these things. 10.' But I rejoice in the Lord greatly, that now at length ye have revived your thought for me; wherein ye did indeed take thought, but ye lacked opportunity. 11. Not that'I speak in respect of wartts for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therein to be content. '••'.. - 12. I know how to be abashed, and I know also how to abound: in everything and in all things I have learned the secret both to be filled and to be hungry, both to abound and to be in want. 13. I can do all these things in him that strengtheneth me. . Golden Text: In all things I gave example, that so laboring ye cufeht to help the weak. Acts 20:35. Introduction The apostle Paul' is one of the best known characters of the Bible, for several reasons. We have a wonderful story about Him (Acts) written by ' his intimate friend and companion. Luke. We have a lot of his personal correspondence; and letters 1 reveal personality .and .character better than any other form of writing. Finally, Paul's . sphere of activity was mostly that of the' Mediterranean world with which we are well acquainted through the classics.. • Saul was a common name among the Jews. There has been 'Trnuch conjecture" as to the other flame,' Paul. It has been suggested that the apcstle adopted this' secon4 name as a Christian one, after his conversion; or that he tcok it from Sergius Paulus, 'his distinguished convert of Cyprus.' More likely, as a Jew born in a Gentile city he always bad the cognomen Paul, a common Roman one.' Like all Jewish'boys, of : whatsoever rank, he was taught a trade. ' • • ' : Paul Said' "I Was Free Born" '< (Acts 22:28) Saul was bcrn in'the city of Tarsus, ths capital of the province of Cilicia in the southeastern part of Asia Minor, a city famous for its wealth, its commerce and its ''great University. Indeed, ip its learning, it was surpassed by only two cities at the time of Paul, Athens "and Alexandria 1 . Paul was born of Jewish parents; he was brought up-in u "home of piety, character, -perhaps of stern principle, and of strong attachment to the peculiar!:- ies of a religious people."—James Stalker. Paul's father had somehow obtained Roman citizenship, and 3 aul himself, consequently, had all ;he privileges conferred upon him at' birth that attached to such citizenship, and Saul himself, was ent to the rabbinical school at Je- •usalem, where ho had the privil- ;ge cf sitting under one of the greatest rabbis of which Judaism could ever boast, Gamaliel, and where he was given an extensive training ip ,he meaning of and the interpretation of the Old Testament Scriptures (Acts 22; cf. 5:34). Paul A Missionary .(Aets 13:2-4) Jf ever a' man obeyed the call to missionary labor, that one was'Paul; the greatest missionary who has ever labored within the confines of Christendom. There wa's something in'Paul that simply drove him froni country to country, and city to city, burning out for-the Lord Jesus, The first, niissionary trip, occupied .th,e years 46 through 48 A. D. according ;o some and 60 to 52 A. D. accord-, ing to others, The' second and greatest jour- NEW pES! TpraVfOE I ^ ? -" Pampa to Oklahoma City ft-JUw* Via Shortest ,J Leave Amarillo, Tex., -11: Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12;3( Chairs. Safe, Competent Driver* Past, Northeast 'add Southeast ney was begun approximately two years after the first journey. "In its Issues It outrivaled th'fe" expedition of Alexander the Great, or even the voyage of Columbus when he discovered the hew world'.' The third missionary journey followed the second (Acts 18:23-21) In .about three years. On this journey the Apostle labored, for the most part in the populous provinces of Asia, in the western part of Asia Minor. For three years of this journey he stayed in Epheus, but he also visited all the churches formerly founded in Asia. Minor and, at the end, the churches of Greece. On this journey, he was. for the most part BJone. Acts 18:23 to 21:15. Prayer anO Supplication with Thanksgiving: (Phil. 4:6) "The first word, prayer, refers to the general offering up of the wishes and desires to God; the second implies special petition for the supply of wants." "With thanksgiving." No greater barrier to progress In prayer can be set Up than ingratitude to God." This ! Is the cnly abiding, .permanent cure for anxiety. "Tell it to the Lord in prayer." Paul's Spirit of Contentment (Phil. 4:6) "I rejoice .in the Lord greatly, that now at length ye have revived yen to thought of me." Paul's purpose in writing the Phlllipians was redly to thank them for their kindness to him, but many other things were so much on his heart that he postponed this matter until the end of the Epistle. "For I have teamed that whatsoever state I ani, therein to be content." He is able to bo calm and confident in the midst of the most disturbing circumstances. He has not allowed his petee and joy to be dependent upon material possession and upon physical comforts. He would not chiose or enjoy hunger and'want, or'im- prlsomrient, yet, in the midst of these he can sing his song.;of triumph arid of praise. Paul the'Slave of Christ (Kom. 1:1) Phil. 4:4-13 "I can do all'things in him that strengtheneth me." This is only one of the many phrases found ill "Raul's letters ,whlch reveal him as one mastered by Christ. The strength of which Paul speaks here was strength transmitted to him, but it was a personal transmission, "HIM strengthening, MK." At either end there Is a pedson 'and a power passes from one to the other. Elsewhere Paul' speaks of being apprehended by Christ, which literally irieans seized (Phil 1:1); He is continually speaking of himself as a slave of Christ (Rom. 1:1) (Phil.'3:12); (GaL 1:10). For Christ he suffered'the loss of all things (3:8). He allowed himself, greatest man of his age that he was, to.,be•come mastered by Christ, to be a slave of Christ, and to live for Christ. "Paul felt that, compared to Christ, he was less than nothing' and that he himself was a mere instrument in his .hand to carry out his will and purpose. It is proudly true to say that Paul made Jesus', or even gave-him''an. impprtance' he would not haVe had. It.is a literal; fact that Jesus made Paul," and the greatest disciple, is'/sne'of the chief miracles wrought by the Master." HER OWN, HER, WORLD ST. LOUIS G^H-City hospital phy- ^ Michigan, os Gbv. London 6! Kansas, (ft some "dark hofse." There was & disjjBslticm here 16 feel that the notion of former Vice" Curtis, Senator caftfef . sicians protested. Mrs. Mary Appiano, 70, insisted. Before she'd_ budge an inch 'into the hospital to let them. set the arm she 'broke in n fall, the physicians had; to scurry around and see to it that a mbrigrel pup would 'be cared for. A social service worker was found for the task. "• £ ; "' Mrs. Appiano ' said the mongrel pup was " all I have in this world. CONTEST LOOMS BORAH ANDCdLKNOX • "• •"'_ \ Stieh Struggle Might firing Selection ; Of Dark Horse BY NATHAN ROBFTITSON. AssociiXed Pfte r s Staff Write*-, V/ASKllvGION, Atig. 30. (/P) — Seeking to discern the, dim and uncertain outlines of 1936, some republican leaders figured today that there may be a memorable contest between Col. Prank Knox, Chicago publisher, nnd. Senator Borah of Idaho for the party's presidential nomination. They agreed Hint, si, Is' too soon to make definite predictions; that much can happen to change the picture ngnin and again before decisive events occur. Nevertheless- though lenders are loath to talk publicly, they are discussing a Borah-Knox struggle as among the many possibilities. Some of them even have it all figured out that a Borah-Knox struggle might result in a deadlock which would bring the nomination of a compromise candidate such as Senator Vnndenbcrg of tif Kansas, and others in "comln'g out for Landon went far to assUre him the Support 6f the Kansas dele 1 *- tatioh to the convention. Vanden-< berg is likewise expected by his friends to haVe>the Michigan delegates. None of the four has formally declared his candidacy for the hotti* ination, though fCnox is generally regarded by rcpublidan leaders as a participant in the race. Vanden* berg and Landon have shied awa$ from active candidacies, and Borah has kept silent. If Knox enters the primaries, Borah's friends believe the Ic'ahoan will also. He Is cold toward the established republican party leader- f spanked n^. *ofc their y .JUT. I Malaria 'j&ojffiJ' firlt'aajr , TONIC ana When ^ in Amarillo Park With Fire Proof Stit . Rule Bldg. Garage Phone Z129I ltd Street ftt r«lk *, * to wear again in an hour Buy your new EASY Washer NOW for as little as Western Auto Needs Co./ JlOG So. Ciiylcr . , Phone 840 Nunn Electric Co., Amarillo, Distributors BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL "-"••^ " p J j^ $f p jL '. -'-••' i, • .; "'••/ «••>: <?•'• ; '^rf The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In EVERY PROFESSION Accountant* J. R. KOBY 412 Coinbs-Worley, B, 980W, Of 787 r -• ,; . .- ...... Attorneys. PHILIP WOLFE 204 Cpiubs-Worley Bldg,, Ph. 1269 > Auditori —See Accountants Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY e "! Fycd. Schaf fner, 115 W. Foster, P 81 Boilers J, M. PEEKING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 S, Bftnjea, CANARY SANDWICH SBQP 3 Doors East Rex ?iicatrf>, Ph. .7 CITY OF PAMPA Bd. ,City Dvpment, City Bl. Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City HI. PJi, 1183 City Mgrs. Office, City HI. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn; 700 N. Ward, Pb. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofe, City HI. P1181 Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. 60 1-olice Station,'Ph. 555 Coupty Offices GRAY, COUNTY OF, CT. HOUSE AutlRor * Treasurer, Pb. 1053 Constable's ; Office Pbon« J7 County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fm. Agt., Mm. Dmstr, Ph. HM. County Judge, Phone, 837 •- nistrlct Clerk, Phone 785 Justice ol Peaee J?}. No, », P*, 77 Justice of Peace No. 9, Phone 698 Sheriff's Office, Phone 245 Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phpne 603 Sherman White, Pliofle 1338 Garage* SCHNEIDER HOTEL GARAGE West of Schneider Hotel Ph, 153 CLAYTON FLORAE CQ e. Phone 9526 Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO , J18,, W, Foste? Phone 338 ' B, C. STOBEY PLUMBING S38 South Cuyler Phone 350 URITJES SERVICE COBJP. New York Listed Stocks Phone J15^ ConjbS'Vyorley Bids. '* ^«- t, Laundries * Cleaners YOUR LAUNURY & pRY CLNRS. 301-09 p. Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT worn, CQ, Barnes & Frederick pk, Phpne m Motor F&lgbi HMI . LEE WAY MOTOR 397 CO, Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 , t Schools Baker E, Tuke Phone 831 High t Schop.1 lg3 W . Horace 301 Cuyler, Sam Houston, 809 N,- Frost School Carafe, 7y6?I f T&u«j|,P$m7 i , Roy McMUJen, ' , Se

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