Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 3, 1935 · Page 4
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Pampa, Texas
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In emat of any trror or an omlMion In (dnrthlnff of an? natnr* Th« D»llr NBWS shall not b* h«lil I tab!, for iamacM furthtr than tbt amonnt r»- MT?*d for fueb adftrtUlnt. LOCAL RATE CARD •mCTTVB NOVEMBER II. I HI 1 far, S* a word; mlnimntn 80e. I fayi, 4e a word, minimum 606. >• far word fur tacb «uccMdln» Un* tfter tk< tint two liiuw. The P»mp» Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—'29 model Hnrlcy Davi- BCin motorcycle. Inquire .Hampton and Campbell. 51^12? FOR SALE—Pomeranian puppies. Subject to registration. See Mrs. Ward. 512 S. Oillispie. • Sp-130 FOR SALE—One 3-room shack, cellar and cow barn. C. H. Spen- cer,J3tar_routeJ,J3px 4. iRl 1 :!? FOR SALK—SeM "wheat for .sale. $1.10 per bushel. First come, first served, must move during week, beginning Monday, Sept. !). Ecia Grain Co. Kingsmill, Tex., or see Oscar Frashler, Phone 9004F14. Cc-130 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Three room house at 1013 S. Clark. Pontlac straight eight to trade for light truck. 3p-128 RADIO BARGAINS fj jf A • Jlw »7 JJJA *J" 15.00 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 lube American console 7 tube Ainplex Lowboy 7 tube Atwaler- Kent 9 lube K. C. A. Table model 8 tube 11. C. A. Hiboy 8 tube Apex Hiboy 4 tube 1'hilco Baby Grand 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube Majestic Lowboy C tube Stewart- Warner Lowboy 7 tube Airline Lowboy 8 tube Brunswick Lowboy 5 tube Philco Baby Grand 0 tube I'hilco Kadio- Phonograph comb. .. Two 0 tube Philco Lowboy's American and Foreign receivers, each 8 tube American Bosch battery set (almost new) complete with all new batteries 5 tube H, C. A. battery set, new batteries 5 tube Philco battery s«t, mantle type, new batteries 5 tube I'hilco battery set— almost new Several others at give-away prices 25.00 3*7 ffA 37.50 New Philcos $20.00 '"' TARPLEY MUSIC STORE N. Cnyler Phono G20 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale. 113 S. Wynne. ?c-128 FOR SALE—One 24x30 building stuccoed and finished inside. Can be moved. Box 14, Laketon. 5Eil§? JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 . Duncan Bldg. Duplex 3 R. each side, 3 R house, and corner lot, $2,000. Dry Cleaner Shop, good paying business. $700. 2 R, house, $300. 3 R. house, $350. 4 R. house $1,200. 5 B. house on paving good location for school, $3,000. Lots, $25, $50, $110, and up. Come In to see me if you want a good home at a bargain, or a good paying business. GcriSQ POR*"BALE—Majestic radio. Biu> gain if taken at once. Hawkins Radio Lab. 3p-128 FOR SALB-^Sacrjflce good paying c$f,e business, fixtures and equipment With JiVlRg quarter?. Shower bath, wash house and two lots. <31ear. Forced to leave on account of health. $2,500. Terms, p. o. Box _ _ FOR, SALE by John W. Crput and painting and paperhanging. phone 341, Johnson Hard- Co. ?ji N. purvlance. •'Big 8|ocli fr£«W$tf . Joe SACRIFICE! FOR SALK—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 smnll businesses in Pampa. Consider terms or car trade nn 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. Si?e L. J. Starkey, Duncan building. Agt. 6c-130 For Trade For Rent FOR KENT — Two room modern upstairs apartment. Bilk paid. Couple only. 914 Duncan. 2c-129 FOK " KENT— UebiriibTe ""front" bedroom adjoining Until. Close in. Men only. Telephone 103fi-W. _ ___ ___ 3C-130 FOR RENT— Two room' house." Furnished. Bills paid, no children. Simmer and Amarillo highway. _________ ____ __ lp-128 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. 502 S. Sutncrville. __ lp-128 FOR 'RENT— Nice"" bT'drooirfloinihg bath. Close in. 421 W. Francis. ___ _________ FOR RENT— Furnished IhretTrooin house. Two blocks west 1 north of Hilltop grocery. ___ ii" 12 ! FOR RENT— Light housekeeping apartment. Call at 318 N. Starkweather. _ ____ 3C-130 FOR RENT— Bedroom next to'Uath" For men. 418 W. Browning. Phone 425-W. ____ ___ _ 2C-129 Fp"R~IiENT^6ne room apartment, nicely furnished. Also bedroom. MarieJ-Iotcl. __ _ 7p-132 ~~ With garage. 931 E. Browning. Call 391. ___ __________ 3C-128 FOR l"tENT--Nice~ bedroom, close in. Als-o basement bedroom to men only. 522 North Frost St. _____ __ _____ . FOR RENT — House keeping room in garage, one 2-room apartment, also south .sleeping room to couple. No. one except responsible people Heed apply. 500 N. Frost. 3C-128 FOR RENT—Three-room modern duplex, furnished. Private bath and garage. Inquire Steins Dept. Store. Sc-128 Beauty Parlors PUFFEE BEAUTY SIIOPPE Phone 1355 — 821 W. Foster Across from Rex Theatre Special This Week Only Steam Oil Treatment with set dry Kcguhir Prices „ Pcrmaiicnts, Oil or$«SO ?w5(l plain solution A to I —AH Work Guaranteed— Mrs. H. F. Paulcy, Prop. Madalinc Gantz, Operator OIL PERMANENTS Money Hack Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Permanciits $1.50 to $10.00 Kiiffciip, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shelton IVrmuiieiits Phone. 848 YATES BEAUTY SIIOPPE., 3 Doors North Uank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves , ?1.50 Duart Pcrmanents jl.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.00 S5ULA BKOWN BEAUTY SIIOPPE Hotel Adams Phone 345 Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN 112K- N. Frost Phone 308 Lost LOST—One small dark brindle Boston terrier. Answers to name "Skipper." Reward if returned to Jack Hessey. Phone 196-J. 3c-128 Work Wanted MIDDLE AGED lady wants work. Practical nursing or housework preferred. 710 N. West. 3f-130 MIDDLE AGED widow and son want work on ranch or fjarm. Will consider anything. ,314 N/Ballard. ' ___ ____ __ MIDDLE AGED lady must have work. Will consider anything. 513 S. Ballard. Apartment 7. 3f-130 HOUSEKEEPING work or care of children wanted by middle aged lady. Call at We Be Hotel. Room 17. 6f-130 Miscellaneous MADAM K. VODEL—Noted psychologist and spiritualist reads your life's innermost secrets on all affairs, business, love, marriage, divorce, working conditions. Gives names, dates and facts; reunites the separated. Hours 9-9 daily, Sunday. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special readings 50c one week only. 418 N. Frost. LET ME HELP you with your landscaping. Fall is an excellent time for planting. Phone me at 80, Thomas Clayt<<n with Clayton Floral Co. 410 E. Foster. 26C-143 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Pa Vis Electric Co. 260-143 MAPAM LAWONB BAY—Noted psychologist and numerologist. Peads your life intermost secrets without asking questions. Advice given on business changes and Jove affairs. Schneider Hotel. Room 901. GOOD FIVE ROOM house in White Deer to trade for Pampa or Amarillo property. V/ill pay cash difference. For Sale— Good 4 room house to be moved. 407 Combs-Worley Bids. 3C-128 Loans Pay Ail Bills With One loan! Person*] loans, no pmlorflfrfl required. $5 TO $50 Immediate «prv1ce—Lnweat r*tM SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WAKKBN, M»r. Flrnt Nillonal Honk BuUdlnc Room 4 . Plion« 111 $$ SALARY LOANS ff $5 TO $50 fo Carbon Hlnck nnd Oil Field Workers NO ENDORSERS: NO SECURITY All dealing)! strictly confidential. PAMPA FINAJTCK COMPANY 109V4 Souli, Cuyler Street Over Tfl'te Theater Automotive USED CAR VALUES 1 1934 Plymouth DcLiixe Coach $485 1934 Ford Coach 475 1933 Chevrolet Sedan, G-whccl, with trunk .. 375 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 350 1932 Chevrolet Coupe 295 1933 Plymouth Coupe 275 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 200 1930 Ford Tudor 175 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1C5 1930 Ford Coupe 100 CULBEKSON- SMALL1NG CHEVROLET CO., Inc. If' Mrs. M. W. Jones will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Lew Ayres in "Silk Hat." Showing at the La Nora Wednesday. EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS I 1034 Ford V8 coach driven 9,000 miles, complete With ff radio, also seat covers. car Is us good as new.. 1934 Ford V8 coach. GooO radio, tires and appearance — overhaaled .. §525*00 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe. New Goodrich Silverlown Golden Ply Tires. Equipped with good radio, — a 1933 Ponliac Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with Kood radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate 2? ......... $525.00 1939 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear tires. . . . This is a real buy at 1931 Studebaker Deluxe Sedan. Good motor and g-ood appearance. Sale price.... 1929 Oldsinouile Coupe. Good condition throughout . 1929 Ponliac 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 this one over 1930 Chevrolet Truck, one and half tons. This truck has been out of service for the past two years. Equipped wheat bed .. $225*00 Small down payment and Easy Terms. ; Open Evenings 'Til ( 9 p, m. BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOKILE 112 N. Somerville Phone 877 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan, Motor Inn. READY WADE WIF CORALIB. STANTON NFAV I>ECl,ARATION "Rex!" "Laurie!" Laurie hastily dropped the old tweed coat she was holding. She stood In the living room of the Chelsea flat. She had come to fetch some 1 books she found she had left in the kitchen, a cookery book and a manuscript book of recipes she had copied out. She had been surprised to find that Rex Moore was there. The porter told her. But lie hnd gone out and said he would not be back until late. Now he had come in and fqund her standing: in a shaft of evening sunlight that came through the bay window, holding the old working coat that he had left on his chair when he went out. A second sooner, and he would have seen her hugging it to her, inhaling 1 its sharp, peaty scent, with an aching of her throat and an nn- gulsh in her heart far too deep for tears. She just had presence of mind to say lightly: This sleeve will come out, if it isn't mended! I don't suppose you've got anything here for me to mend it with." They looked at each other In embarrassment. "I didn't know you had come back," Laurie went on hurriedly. "The porter told me. I came to fetch my cookery books that I'd left behind." "I'm only here for a few days." He looked eager and tremendously alive. As of old, she could feel the strength pulsing from his fingers, as they shook hands. He had ,1ust come from the eye specialist. The great man's examination had had the happiest results. Sir Gilbert said he was sure the danger of sudden blindness had passed for the immediate future at any rate. "Is Mr. Budd looking after you all right?" she asked, keeping her voice with an effort to that light, artificial pitch. "Yes, thanks. But I don't trouble her much. I'm going back to Gretton tomorrow. Albery is going to spend, several days down there — I suppose you know that. We are going to do the final tests with the new fuel. Has he told you about it?" "No. Mr. Albery has not mentioned it again. It was only while I was working on the reports. Is it going to be a success after all? Have they made it safe?" "That remains to be seen. It seems a long time since we met, Laurie," he added abruptly. "More than a fortnight. Have you begun your campaign of dropping hints about our matrimonial disputes?" "Not to any extent," she answered coldly. "Have you told Mrs. Steele?" "No." His face was hard. "I've thought of nothing but getting ready for the Pacific. By the way, Laurie, you haven't made thut appointment yet for me to take you up in the air. Have you forgotten?" "I haven't forgotten." She forced herself to laugh, but it was strange how, again, words seemed to be put Into her mouth. "Perhaps I'll ask you to take me up when you try thej new fuel." "You\ can 'ask for all you're worth," he replied. "I assure you that's not the way you'll make your first flight with me." Then, some, other lime." sho , said still mechanically. "I'll ring you up. When do you start for the Help Wanted MAN AND WIPE—To run local coffee agency. Earning up to $300 in a month. I send everything- needed. No money risk. Ford sedan given if you qualify. Details free. Albert Mills 7315 Monmputh, Cincinnati, o . lp-128 If Mrs. A. B. Goldston will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a fi ee ticket to see Lew Ayres in "Silk Hat." Showing at the La Nora Wednesday. WANTED—A woman to work. Must be neat, honest. Two in family. Go home nights. 825 W. Kingsmill. lc-128 WANTED: Experienced girl for household work; living quarters furnished. Telephone 809. 2p-129 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO BENT—Nicely furnished 3 -room apartment, private bath. Call 801, 3p-13Q If Mrs. Ben Lockhart will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Lew Ayres In "Silk Hat." Showing at the La Nora Wednesday. ,,; 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., 18:40 P. M. Arrive Okla, City, Okla., 0:40 P. M, NO CHANGE OF BUSES Close Connections to All Eastern Point! New Equipment. Revllnlng Chairs. Safe, Competent Driven Fustust Time to the Past, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TJMP! SAVE MONEY! RIDE PANHANDLE STAGES, Inc. PAMPA BUS TERMINAL "At the end of njxt week, I hope. 1 ' The- sunshine no longer came through the window. To Laurie the room gr«iw suddenly dark. "I must be getting off," she said, picking up her books from the table. But Rex Moore was beside her. He took the books from her. His hands were on her shoulders. His eyes were full of fire. 'Laurie, I've learned something since we parted the other day." His voice was vibrant, full of such a surging emotion that her heart seemed to stop beating. "I can't live without you, Lauvie. I love you—I love you, little Laurie! Say you love me! We've been a pair of fools, but it's not too late." But it was too late. Laurie swayed for rt moment. An irrestible impulse drew her to him. As metal to magnet she was drawn, drawn—until his arms were closing round her to fold her in his strength, as in a tower. But she started back with a sharp cry. "You are mad, Rex." she sold. You don't love me. I don't love you. We had that out the other day." "I'm not mad. I was mad. Now I'm sane. Luurle, you love me! You can't fool me. I knew It that night. Walt for me to come back to yjou.1" Again 'his arms seized her to {Crush out her resistance. But this time back she her sprang away throwing head, and managed to smile with a pretense of lightness. "Rex, I have done my bit. You told me the other day 1 had paid my debt. You musn't talk to me so wildly. I am going to marry Mr. Albery." He stared; his arms fell to his sides. His face went grey. "I see. I used to think you would — before I saw that he was in love with you. I expected it — until, as you say, I went mad. Do you mind telling me what he knows about us?" "I told him the truth." "What do you meah— the truth?" He was like a man turned to stone. "That we were not married. About the trick I played on him and you." "But— surely, he'd never forgive that! I told you, Laurie, he'd never stand being made a fool of. But he has said nothing to me." "He left it to me to explain, Rex, He does forgive us for deceiving him. And it will make no difference to you." The man gave a loud, hoarse laugh of fury. . "Of course, he wants you so much! He will forgive anything. And you're going to marry him for his money." Ilex has an important conference, tomorrow. Russia Rejects Japan's Protest MOSCOW, Sept. 3. (/P)—Soviet officials said today Japanese objections to activities of the Comintern .(congress of the third Internation- ale) hnd been promptly rejected. Informed sources revealed at the some time that in n recent conversation with Soviet officials, the Chinese minister also had raised a question over Comintern activities. They said, however, he did not lodge a formal protest. By its objections last night, the Japanese government stood with the governments of the United States, England, Italy and Latvia, which previously had taken a similar step. .«. Manager Bill Terry of the Giants takes no "cabby's holiday" on • days when there is no game. He relaxes, completely forgetting baseball and refusing to talk about It, 1 OF 283 FATALITIES HAPPENED IN TEXAS By The Associated Press Fewer than 300 automobile fatalities were recorded today In the United States during the,. triple Labor day, week-end holiday. Hie national safety council had predicted the death toll would mount to between 350 and 400, and described the week-end as "death's favorite holiday." Another factor, safety experts said, was the wide spread publicity urging motorists to use greater care to a campaign for safe driving. Figures reported at 1 a. m. (Central Standard Time) placed the death list at 283. No definite check could be made of the Injured, but estimates placed the seriously hurt at more than 200. • Deaths from drownlngs and other fatal accidents, not Included In the automobile figures, also tended to swell the grand total. • Bight states add the District of Columbia had clfian records. Arizona, Delaware, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, North and South Dakota reported no automobile fatalities. California headed the list of states with the greatest number of deaths —33. New York was second with 24 and Illinois next with 17. Three states, Missouri, Ohio and Pennsylvania Were fourth, with Id each. Michigan was in seventh place with 11 and Iowa and West Virginia followed with 10 each, Other states figures were nlrle in Tennessee and Wisconsin, eight in Washington, seven in New Jersey, Oklahoma and Utah, six in Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Texas and Virginia, five in Massachusetts, four in Alabama Connecticut, Rhode Island, three in Minnesota, North Carolina Mid Wyoming, 2 in Colorado, Mbntarrti, New Mexico, Smith Carolina arid Vermont, and one In Arkansas, Idaho, Maine, New Herhpshire, Oregon. Three persons were killed in a plane crash In California Sunday night and another man died there If) a burning summer cabin. One m&n was killed by a train'in Illinois \, and a Kentucky man died in d roller coaster accident. Several drowrilngs were reported—four in New Jersey, three in Virginia, two in Tennessee and another In Indiana. SEEK CAPITALIST COLORADO SPRINGS, Sept, 3 (/Pj— New Mexico state police joined today in the Widening search for Joseph W. Ady Jr., 53, geologist and capitalist of national repute, who vanished four days ago while dressing for dinner. MICKEY'S CAFE NOW SERVING Crisp Cream Waffles with melted butter Raisin or Pecan Waffles 107 West Foster Avenue M. L. Gibson. Mgr. , ffiie^in^^CTION save? both time and _. !'<Jr "i ,-'VI ~> money ve because- tfou doirf ha pick -up' and' delivery by the outside laundry. >, Saves money in laundry bills — in wear on clothes —in your clothes investment. , '» * •"••*•'*• Now is the time to buy your~new EASY washer— whilo you can still get genuine EASY quality for the lowest price in history Western Auto Needs Co. 1015 So. Cuyler — Ph. 840 Nunn Electric Co,, Amarillo, Distributors BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Beat IB EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest la EVERY PROFESSION Accountants J. B. ROBY 418 Combs- Wprley, R. 980W, Of 787 Attorneys PHILIP WOLFE 204 C'omLs-Wurley Uldg,, Pb. 12W Auditors —See Accountant* Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W. Foster, V n Boilers 3. M. DEPtJNO Boiler & Welding Works, 1(109 S. Bwues, Phone £9!S Cafes CANARY SANDWICH $HOP 3 Doors East Rex theatre, Pit. 760. Churches « FIRS? WETWrnsT Gastpn Foo.te, Minister, Phone 624 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 0, & JUncus^er, Pastor, City Office* CITY OF PAMPA B4. City Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 884 City Health Dept, City HI. Ph. «83 City Mffrs. Office, City HJ, Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 7QQ N. Wara, Ph. 1 City Wtr, & T*. Ofo. City HI. P1181 Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. 6(1 Police Station, Ph. 655 County Offices COUNTY OF, or. HOUSE Auditor & Treasurer, Ph, 1Q58 Constable's Office Phon* 31 County Cleric, Phone 407 Cnty. Fin. Agt.i Hm, JDwstr, Ph. M4 County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice pf Peace PI. No. 1, 1% 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone 622 Sheriff's Office, Phone 245 Supt, Pupllp Instruction, Ph. 1084 .Tw Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 803 Sherman White, Phone izsi Flowts ClAYTON FtORAl CO 410 & Faster, Phone «» Frfight frwck —gee Motor Freight I4AM Hotels MARIE HOTEL 307 ft West Foster Ave. Phone 9520 Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Coinbs-Worley Bldg., Phone SS« Investment Counsellors SECURITIES SERVICE COBP. New York Listed Stocks Phone 1152 Combs-Worley Bldf. Laundries - Cleaner* YOUR I*AUN»R.y & DRY CLNRS. 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 67S Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT M.OH, CO. Barnes 6 Frederick Sts., Phone 243 Motor Freight IJnes WEE WAY MOTOR 307 West Foster,' Phese SW» Newspaper* PAMPA PAW.Y NBWS 822 W. roster, Phone 694 115 S. BMhtrd, Phone |9f . Oil Field Material GEQ. Q, flAWfQJIAJBJ) & CO, Plumjbers , ( DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W, Foster Phone 338 R. C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone OOU Schools Baker E. Tuke Phone 831 High School 123 W. Francis Ph. 7t Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 831 Junior High v J2B W. Francis, P.85J Lamar, 801 Cuyler, Phone 8,57 Sara Houston, 900 N, Frost Ph,P»l' School Garage, 706 N, Russl, Ph. 1187 Roy McMMlen, Court Hse., Supt. Pub. Scbls, J2? W. Woodrow WUson, & Brijlngy Ph,§4l Transfer PAMPA TRANSFER & 8TG, 307 W^t Faster, Phone 1036 State Bonded Warehouse. Welding CO. MOH, CjQ[, Sts,

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