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Pampa, Texas
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Hawkins itedjo Lab. lc- 127 FOB SALE—Seed wheat for sale. $1.10 per bushel. First come, first served, must move during week, beginning Monday, Sept. 9. Ecla Grain Co. Kingsmlll, Tex., or see Oscar Frashier, Phone 9004P14. i. Gc-130 FOR SALE OB TRADE—Three rooni house at 1013 S. Clark. Also Pohtiac ,'straight eight to trade for light trtick. 3p-128 FOB SALE—A good "grocery refrigerator. World's Best scales, adding jratchlne, ind entire stock and furniture Corner of Highway 33 and Hobart St. 2p-127 RADIO BARGAINS 7 tttbe Airline towboy .... 8 tube American console •3 tube Amplcx Lowboy 7 tube Atwater- Kent 9 tube R. C. A. Table model 8 tube B. C. A. Hiboy ....... 8 tube Apex 10.00 12.50 4 tube Philco Baby Grand 7 tube Airline Lowboy g tube Majestic Lowboy 6 tube Stewart- Warner Lowboy .... 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube Brunswick Lowb'oy 5 tube Philco >yA ("A. Baby., Grand 4«§OU 9 tube Philco Badio- ,|A {*A Phonograph comb. .. ^/O" Two 6 tube Philco Lowboy's American and Foreign receivers, yi en. each 5/OW 8 tube American Bosch battery set (almost new) complete with all new Atk JCA batteries ^7*3^ 5 tube B. C. A. battery set, batteries 19*50 {> tube Philco battery set, mantle type, new «*C AA batteries * J.UU 5 tube Philco battery set- almost Several others at give-away prices New Philcos $20.00 ra TARPLEY MUSIC STORE N. Cuyler Phono G20 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale. 113 S. Wynne. 3c-128 FOB SALE—One 24x30 building stuccoed and finished inside. Can be moved. Box 14, Laketon. 6p-130 FOB BALE—Bargain, 4 room house J in front in front with Jarge mod- e,rn 2-room house in rear. Close in. cash. Balance like rent. 418 N. St. 2p-127 JOHN L. MIKESELL 166 . Duncan Bidg. implex 3 B. each. Hide, 3 B house, Snd corner lot, $2,000. pry, Qleaner Shop, good paying Justness. $700. ! B; house, $300,. 3 B. house, $350. \ B. house $1,200. 5 B. house on : savjng good location for school, I 3,000. pots, $25, $50, $110, and up. ie in to see me if you want a home at a bargain, or a good lying business. 6c-130 R ISAW5—Majestic radio. Bargain if taken at once. Hawkins 0 Lab. 3p-128 SACRIFICE! FOR SALE—Or lease to party with actual cash, feady to do business find pay refit in advaftfce ahd 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 do not answer unless you have several hundred dollars on hand of your own and able to get down to concrete facts when proposition is shown you. See L. J. Starkey, Duncan building, Agt. 6c-130 TOR SALR-BIg stock tires. Guaranteed qualty at one-half price. Joe Burrow Tire Co. 28-129 Beauty Parlors SAI*B— Sacrifice good paying business, fixtures and equlp- Vttft living quarters. Shower jrggjj how £J)d two lots. Forced fco le^ave'on account tft. $a,$OQ. Terms. P. O. Box _ 6p-13Q if anfl paperbanglng. , «Joh«Son Hard- POUDRE PUFFER BEAUTY SIIOPFE Phone 1355 — 321 W. Foster Across from Rtx Theatre Special This Week Only S(cam Oil Treatment with set dry Regular Prices Permanent. 1 ;, Oil or$«j!>0 $i>f50 plalti solution * In / —All Work Guaranteed— Mrs. R. F, Paulcy, Prop. Itlaclalinc fJanlz, Operator OIL PERMANENTS Honey Back Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Pcrmancnls $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shclton Permanent!! Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SIIOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack A Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves 11.50 Duart Pcrmanents $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.09 ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SIIOPPE Hotel Adams Phone SiS Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, %vct 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN 112 K- N. Frost Phone 308 For Rent FOB BENT—Furnished basement apartment for rent to school teachers. Two blocks from high school, and three blocks from Sam Houston school. 522 North Frost St. Phone 1004. 3p-129 FOB BENT—Bcal nice bedroom, next to bath, new bedroom suite. Desirable for one or.. two men. 5 blocks Irom courthouse, in private home. 522 North Frost St. Phone 1004. . 3p-129 FOR BENT—Nicely furnished two rooms and bath. 709 N.. Hobart. See Earl Sheig. Dunigan Tool and Supply.' " ' 3p-128 FOB RENT—Three room modern house. Also 2 room house. Both unfurnished. Inquire 200 W. Craven. 2c-127 FOR RENT—Two bedrooms in modern home. 321 E. Brown. 2C-127 FOR BENT—One room apartment, nicely furnished. Also bedroom. Marie. Hotel. 7p-132 FOR RENT—Nice bedroom with garage. 931 E. Browning. Call 391. Sc-128 FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rooms for rent. 320 W. Francis. lp-127 FOR RENT—Nice bedroom, close in. Also basement bedroom to men only. 522 North Frost St. 3p-12B If Mrs. L. A. Blythe will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see George Raft in "Eevry Night at Eight" showing at the La Nora Mondav and Tuesday. FOR RENT—House keeping room in garage, one 2-room apartment, also south sleeping room to couple. No. one except responsible people need apply. 500 N. Frost. 3c-128 FOR BENT—Three-room modern duplex, furnished. Private bath and garage. Inquire Steins Dept. Store. 3c-128 FOR RENT—Front bedroom, joining bath. 508 S. Barnes. 3p-127 FOR BENT—Large bedroom. Two or three men. Phone 123. 2c-126 Wanted to Rent WANT TO RENT—Two or three room furnished apartment. For couple. Write box 3176, Pampa Daily News. 2c-127 If Mrs. Carl Baer will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see George Raft in "Eevry Night at Eight" showing at the La Nora Monday and Tuesday. Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY—Will pay cash for '30 or '31 Ford or Chevrolet in good condition. Call Finley at 892 or come to room 17, Prey Hotel today. lp-127 WANT TO BUY—Abandoned oil well, all kinds of pipes and steel tanks and derricks. Also small settled production. Write Grand Leader Store, Borger. Tex. lp-126 Lost LOST—One gnial} dark brindle Boston terrier. Answers to nanje "Skipper." Reward if returned, to Jack Hessey. Phone 196-J. 3c-128 LOST—About a week ago, whjfe Persian cat. Children's pet. Reward.- Pall 161 or return fo 3U & Sowervilje. '" lc-186 For Trade GOOD FIVE ROOM House in White Deer to trade for Paftipa or Aina- rillo property. Will pay cash difference. For Sale—aopd 4 room house to be moved. 407 Combs-Worley Loatis Pay AM SHIS With Otle loan! Penonll lo«n», no endOMwri hqnlred. $5 TO $50 Immediate gerrlee—Lowest ratM SALARY LOAN CO, i. B. •tfAnrifefc. ttjr. Flrnt Nitlonil Bank BulWlnr Room 4 Phone 111 SALARY LOANS $| $5 TO $50 To Corhon Blnrk mid Oil FIcH Workers NO ENDOHSERS; NO SECU1UTY All dcnllnKS strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCK COMPANY 109% Son ft Cuylcr Street Over b Vnte Theater Automotive USED CAR VALUES I 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coach ?485 1934 Ford Coach 475 1933 Chevrolet Sedan, 6-whecl, with trunk Chevrolet Coupe ... Chevrolet Coupe ... Plymouth Coupe .. Chevrolet Coupe .. Ford Tudor Chevrolet Coupe 1(133 1032 1932 1931 1930 1930 1830 Ford Coupe 160 CUMJEHSON- SMALUNG CHEVROLET CO., Inc. 375 350 395 275 200 175 165 GMAC PLAN EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1934 Ford V8 coach driven 8,000 miles, complete with good radio, also scat covers. This car is as good as new. . 1934 Ford V8 coach. Good radio, tires and appearance — ' motor overhauled 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe* New Goodrich Silvcrtown Golden Ply Tires. Equipped with good radio, — a $385.00 1933 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with good radio and hot water heater — You will have to sec to appreciate $525.00 1929 Graham -Paige Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear Urns. . ' . . This is a real buy at $175.00 1931 Sludebakcr Deluxe Sedan. Good motor and g-ood ap- $225.00 1929 Oidsmoliile Coupe. Good condition throughout .. 1929 Pontiac Sedan. Good motor. Good tires and good appearance. Look at this car before buying 1929 Ford Coach. Good condition throughout. If you are in the market for cheap transportation look $125.00 1930 Chevrolet Truck, one and half tons. This truck has been out of service for the past two years. Equipped with 699C AA wheat bed .. y*«*3»Uv Small down payment and Easy Terms. Open Evenings "I'll 9 p. nt. BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE 112 N. Somervlile Phone 977 AUTOMOBILE BEIPAIB work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 260-140 If Mrs. D. A. Bartlett will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see George Raft in "Eevry Night at Eight" showing at the La Nora Monday and Tuesday. Work Wanted YOUNG LADY experienced in house work and cooking. Wants employment. Call 1031-J. 3f-127 HOUSEKEEPING work or cnre of children wnnted by middle aged lady. Call at We Be Hotel. Room 17. 6M30 Miscellaneous YOUNG MAN wants ride to Dallas, Shreveport or Monroe, LR., Wednesday. Call 9059F11. lp-127 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 E. Fosver. 26c-H3 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26c-117 MADAM LAWONE RAY—Noted psychologist and humerologist. Reads your life Jntermost secrets without asking questions. Advice given on business changes and love affairs. Schneider Hotel. Room 207. 12p-129 IN TITLE GO Imagine a champion giving a championship light to a battler who has beaten him badly in a jioiititulnr affair! That's Teddy Yarosz, middleweight king, who has agreed to meet Babe Risko, Syracuse belter, in Pittsburgh, 'during the third week in September,', nisko, below, defeated Yarosz, above, in Syracuse- early In the year, and the champ spent .weeks recovering from.a broken' .suffered Jn the bout; Cotton Pickers Will Demand $1 MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Sept. 2. I/P) — A strike of laborers in some of. the soutli's cotton fields appeared likely today as officials of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union dincloscd that organization lias decided In ask cotton-picking' wages of 51 per hundred pounds of cotton. H. L. Mitchell, secretary, said the executive council of the union had decided upon an. organized strike, possibly the first ever called among cotton field laborers, as a means of fighting for the wage demands. Local strike committees, said Mitchell, would determine dates on which strikes in their areas would begin. "Sharecroppers and tenants will pick their own cotton, of course," said Mitchell, "but in the event they hire themselves and out tq pick on a day-labor basis they will ask the union wage of $1 per hundred pounds of cotton picked." NEW BUSES! THRU SERVICE! Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave Amarillo, Tex., 11:00 A. M, Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12:30 P. M. Leave Pampa, Tex., 12:40 P. M. Arrive Okla. City, Okla., 6:10 P. M. NO CHANGE QF BUSES Clow Connections to All Eastern Point* New Equipment. Reclining Chairs. Safe, Competent Drivers Fastest Time to the East, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! RIPE PANHANDLE STAGES, Inc. PAMPA BUS TERMINAL 115 South Bussell m READY MADE UN .BY CORALIE STANTON Chapter 38 GLADYS AGAtN Laurie shivered with sad memory when Albery used the same phrase as Rex Moore had done. She felt like something of no importance, tossed from one hand to another. Fool-proof story to get rid of her; fool-proof story to get rid of her; she had sold herself into bondage, and she was terrified. "And, of course, at present, you must stay on nt the office, for the sake of appearances. We can keep in touch that way. Moore will get off on his flight as soon as possible. And then wo can plan our little summer holiday, you and I." HJs smile, so outwardly charming, lighting his impassive fncc into virile life, made her tremble. "Then, that's all fixed up, dear liltlo girl!" he said. "And now I must get off. I've Rot a business banquet tonight, worse luck!" He took her in his arms. She went icy cold under his passionate klssns. A tragic figure, a shrinking victim of the man she loa'thcd, but to whom she had given the right of possession, because she could not help herself. Laurie had been spending Sunday with her newly-married girl friend from the ojflce out in the suburb where she lived, almost on the fringe of the country, The tube train took her back to Piccadilly Circus, and she started out to walk back to Westminster by the pleasant route of St. James' park. It was such a lovely mellow night. There was nothjng to go back for. Gladys was not at homo. The troupe had gone to the outlying Surrey towns for three weeks, too far for lier to come home every night. Mark Albery was in Paris over ihe week end, much to Laurie's re- :ief. He had wanted her to go with him. There had been a scene, but she had made a firm stand. It was amazing, even to herself, what sower she had over him. Around Piccadilly Circus was a stream of traffic unusual on a Sunday night. But everybody who could had spent the day in the country. As she was about to cross the Circus, Laurie was held up as the traffic was let through. A taxi came along and slowed down for a few moments. Its occupants caught Laurie's eye. A young man in evening dress sat on the side nearest her. She remembered. Of coure. it was Lord Dagenbuiy's son, young Dallas, whom she and Gladys lad met at Fen Gretton. She had token a dislike to him, and what Albery had told her of him had not made her change her mind. Suddenly he moved, "arid a girl's lead appeared beside him, leaning "orward. Laurie's heart gave a; loud tnock. Gladys' lovely little head, Dare, the dim light on her glorious dark goldi:n curls. Gladys, dimpling and smiling, in evening dress, an exquisite bunch of orchids on her shoulder, from which the light wrap had fallen.. He bent toward her. The taxi noved on, shot away, leaving Lau- rie'rooted to the spot. Glad—and young Dallas! What was she doing with him at this time of night in a taxi when she was staying in lodgings at Guilford? It was past ten o'clock now. She must have come from Guilford, dressed for the evening, and be go- "ng back there. Oh, If only Glad would confide in ierl Laurie tried to reason with herself, as she walked on. After all, ;here was nothing out of the way in :oing out to supper on a Sunday night with a young man. But Glad rl not said she had met young Dallas again. And there was the fear that was always subconsciously gnawing at her heart. If anything should happen to Glad! Sho had a vision of the young man's blunt, blurred face; his eyes, as she remembered them, green and frivolous; his bat ears standing out. It would not let her sleep. The next morning she had a telegram from Albery from Paris. He would not bo back until the evening. He would call and tnke her out to dinner. She decided to go to Guilford. She could hot rest until she had seen Glad. When she arrived at the girl's lodging, she was told her sister was at the theater for a rehearsal. So that was true, at any rale. It was n slight relief. Laurie could not bring herself to question the landlady about When Glad had come home last night. Sho walked to the theater. The stage was set for rehearsal, when she readied the theater, and the auditorium was in darkness. As Lauri.c groped her way. the manager met her, and recognised her, telling her that her sister was about to rehearse a solo dance. They had engaged a special clntn- eer, but she had fallen ill, and the manager expressed great satisfaction with the girl's performance, and installed Laurie in a' seat to watch. Laurie was frankly enchanted. Gladys was wonderful. She was ethereal, distant, alluring, and just touched with a haunting madness in the final bars. The manager came back to Laurie's side after directing a few alterations in the dance. "This is only the second rehearsal, Mrs. Moore." he said proudly. "Do you know, I think your little sister has a. touch of genius? What Gladys really needs is a year or two of hard study and practice, both at home and on the Continent. She would make a big name." "She shall if she wants to, when I am married to Mark Albory." said Laurie to herself, with quiet bitterness. "Why Laurie, old girl!", cried Gladys on seeing her sister. She sounded rather extravagantly pleased. "What on earth are you doing here? Come to see me rehearse ~ specially? What's the office doing without you?" "I want to talk to you, Glad. Come and have lunch in some place in the town." "Thanks muchly! I can do with something tastier than Ma gives us at the digs," the girl said, still with a touch of osentatious gaiety. "But what's up, really?" she went on, as they walked away from the theater. "Glad, I saw you last night in a: taxi—with that young Dallas," said Laurie abruptly, awkwardly, speaking as if she were ashamed of herself. "Me!" exclaimed the younger girl. "You saw me with whom?" She turned eyes wide with amazement on her embarrassed sister, "With that young Mr. Dallas we met at Fen Gratton, Lord Dagen- bury's son." "Where—may I" "In Piccadilly Circus." "Did you say—in a taxi?" "Yes. I was coming back from Nora's place. The traffic was stopped, and your taxi pulled up just in front of me. It was about ten o'clock. Oh. Gla'd, don't deny it!" "Not guilty!" said Gladys coolly. "Did you have some drinks at Nora's?" "Glad, don't play with me! It was you—you know it was." "But it just wasn't, old girl. I'm sorry, I must have a double." "Glad!" Laurie's poignant voice fell on deaf ears. "Do you mean to tell me you were not with Mr. Dallas last.night—that you never met him since that time at Fen Gretton?" 'That's exactly what I do mean," Glady's replied. "Glad!" said Laurie again, utterly discouraged, as her sister turner! lhat drooping, sullen look on her. "But I could have sworn it was you." "You must go about looking in every cab, 1 should think I" Gladys replied belligerently. "For goodness' sake, Laurie, when will it dawn on you that I'm not a baby and can look after niyself? It wasn't me you saw, and that's that." Laurie said nothing more. They had a nice meal without paying any attention to it, both busy with their thoughts. .When they were out in the street again, Laurie said quietly: . "1 must have made a mistake. Glad. But I'm glncl I came. Your dance is lovely. You're going to do big things." '"I hope so, Laurie. I love it. I just want la practice, practice all the lime," This was genuine enUiusi- nsm, and nil tho wny to her lodgings Gladys talked of her work, Her chum, who was rooming with her, wns in Die little sitting room having just finished her meal. "Nelly." said Gladys loudly, and with a ringing laugh, "please put my sister right! Where was I last night nt ten o'clock, donr?" "Why, here, Glad!" answered the obedient Nelly. Laurie meets Hit; mail she rcully loves, tomorrow. ' .«. Three Pampans in Money of Contest Thrrfi Painpii residents are among the 117 Tcxans winning cash and merchandise prises in the contest to select a name for the Walt Disney character, "Tho Goof," according to an announcement made in New York today by Frank Smith, advertising manager of Post Toasties, sponsor of the contest. 'Winners Include Raymond Pal- mllier, 393 E. Browning; Hetty Jean T-wenlicr, route 1, box 85; Jo Anna Cooper, box 1097. First prize, ,$250, goes to Captain W. H. Scott, Corpus Christ), while the $100 second prize is won by Mrs. Bessie Armhurst, of San Antonio. Fifteen cash prizes of $10 each and 100 prizes of $5 worth of merchandise were distributed. Contest was restricted to Texans and was judged by Texas judges: Mrs. Allena Duff James, society editor of the Dallas Times Herald, Miss Elizabeth King, food news editor of the Dallas News and Journal, and S. H; Pnpcrt, president of the Texas Daily Press league. Dance and music lovers of this territory will havo the opportunity to complete the Labor Day celebration tonight with a daiice 'at the Pla-Mor ballroom. Admission will bo 25 cents with a charge of 5 cents pei' dance. The big Labor Day dance will begin nt !>:30. Johnny Floyd will present Harry Hickolc nnd his well known band for the entertainment. This group has been playing in this territory for some time raid the popularity of their music is well known. Special numbers will bo given with n Variety of nmslc that is expected to please nil. Tills special (inner- is Hi line with the plans of the Pla-Rfor management to provide entertainment oh all special occasions. They urge you to attend this special dance and promise a full evening of good muslts and dancing. (Adv.) NEWS Wniii, Atis aro effective. To See Comfortably —See— Dr. Paul Owens The Optometrist Wo BDrctalize In tilting comfortnblo GlRRpca an well AH lha ncwettt otyUs.' Owen Optical Clinic • DR. PAUL OWENS,. Optometrist. FIrBt N«Uon»l D.nk BlilK. Phono, ill ' See Us For Ready Cash To a Refinance. a Buy a new car. » a Reduce payments, • Raise money to meet billa. Prompt and Courteous Attention given all applications. PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldg. Ph. 604 MICKEY'S CAFE NOW SERVING Crisp Cream Waffles with melted gutter : Raisin or Pecan Waffles 107 West Foster Avenue M. L. Gibson, Mgr. When in Amarillo Park With Fire Proof Storage Store yonr car . in a modern garage. We have prompt delivery service, anywhere to the city. Complete Automobile Hotel Service, and we are Op*n All Night to serve yon. Rule BIdg. Garage Phone S129S Xrd Street at BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best la EVERY BUSINESS MP The Finest In EVERY PROFESSION Accountants J. B. BOBY 412 Combs-Worlcy, B. 980W, Of 787 Attorney* PHILIP WOLFE 201 Combs-Worley Bide., Ph, 1260 Auditors — See Accountant' Bakeries PAMPA BAKER? Fred Schaffner, 115 W. Foster, F 81 Boilers J. M. DECKING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 S. Barnes, Phone 298 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Dqort East Bex Theatre, Ph, 760 Churches FIRST METHODIST Gaston Foote, Minister, Phone $24 0, p, Lancaster, P«?tor, C% Office, ¥ C p«y %Jt (Jt CITY OF PAMPA Bd.,City Dvpmont, City HI. Ph. 38^ City Health Dept, City 111. Ph. 118S City Mgrs. Office, City HI. Ph, 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 CHy Wtr, & Tx. Ofc. City HI. P118$ Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, i'h. 555 County Offices (SEA?, COUNTY OF, CT, HOUSE Auditor & Treasurer, Ph. 1053 Constable's Office Phone 11. County Clerk, Phone 467 C'nty. FJII. Agt., flat. Dmstr. Pit, 844 County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No. 1, Pit, 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone 62% Sheriff's Office, Phone £45 Supt- Public Instruction, Ph. 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1017 Tax Collector, Phone 003 Sherman White, Phone 1239 CLAYTON FLQBAL CQ 410 K. Foster, phone 89 —See Mp&or Freight Line* Furniture Sr Garages SCHNEIDER HOTEL G AH AGE West of Schneider Hotel Ph. 153 Hotels MARIE IIO'J'KL West Foster Ave. Phone 9520 Insurance M. P. DOWNS AO.ENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldg., Phone 338 Investment Counsellors SECURITIES SERVICE COBP. New York Listed Stocks Phone 1152 Combs- Woriey Bide. • Laundries « Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & PRY CLNBS. 301-09 E. Francts, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MCH. CO, Barnes $ Frederick St*., Phone 243 Motor Freight Lines LEE WAV MOTOB FBEM3HT 307 Webt Fobtcr, phone 27? Newspapers DAILY NEW8 322 W. Fos^r, Phone «W PAMPA PRESS 115 S. Billiard, Phone 101 Oil field Materials G, BAWOUABJp $ gQ Hotel, PUoflC ggf Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phono 338 n, C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phono 666 Schools Baker E. Tuke Phone 931 High School 123 W. Francis Ph. 7ti Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 030 Junior High 120 W. Francis, p. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 • Sam Houston, 800 N, Frost Ph. 1191 School Garage, 706 N, RussI, Ph. 1157 Roy McMillen, Court Hs^, P«.jj69 $upt. Pub. '.Sehls, 123 W. Frcis,p:W7 Woodrow Wilson, E. Brning, Ph. 644 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER '& STG.-CO. 307 V?est Foster, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. Welding Supplies JONES-EVERETT MCH. CO. Barnes & FrcderlcU Sts.' Phone 241 Sfrv|c« '

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