PAGE FOUR. THB.PAMPA. DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas M.6HNING,. JANUARY 27, 1935 Read This Page - It's Today's "Bargain Counter" -s r~~'""""''" L "~" -- 1 -- — ---.- -- ^ ---•.. - • —- ——i,™i,--....-. -.-_ : - iii,,—... ..,„. ... i ,, ,,,.. —... , ^^ _ . —.... 9i^r .. . • . •/ • • • • -,•- .... Classified Advertising Rates Information All want «ds are strictly canh and ifi accepted over the phone with the positive understanding thnt the account to to bfl paid when our collector calls. PHONE TdUB WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Onr conrtemu ad-taker will recelri TOOT Want Ad, helping yon word it. All- ads for ^Situation Wanted" and "Jjnl and Found" are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising, cash with order. The Pampa Dally NEWS reserves th« right to classify all Wnnts Ada under appropriate hendinfts and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be given In • time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omlcsfon In advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held llnble for damages further than t!:e amount re- eeived for such advertising. LOCAL HATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 23, 1911 1 day, 2c a word; minimum 80o. t daye, 4e a jrortl, minimum 600. lo per word for each succeeding Issue K/ttr th« first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive USED. CAK SPECIALS 1932 Chevrolet Cnnch. 192? Ford -1-Pimr Si'ifnn. 1932 I'ontlac 0 Coupe. 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. jl'J.in Ford Coupe. 11129 Ford Tudor Sednrt. 1U32 Chevrolet Coupe. 1JI3G International Truck. 1933 Master Chevrolet Coupe. 1933 Ford V-8 Tndor. Many Others—Terms TOM ROSE (Ford) USED CAB VALUES 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1933 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Oftls, Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coacli 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet G-wiiccl Coacli 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1931) Chevrolet Coupe Forty Others to Select From CULBEKSON-SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. CARSON LOFTUS Room 303, Combs-Worley Bide. ... . Phone 710 Situations Wanted YOUNG WOMAN wants housework or care of children. 316 W. Francis. 3t-254 FIRST CLASS painting and paper hanging. Ask for prices. Lancaster the deaf and dumb painter. Call at Burton's Service Station. Phone 262. Gp-257 WORK IN CAFE by experienced young lady. Will consider any other kind of work. Write box 421 care of Pampa Daily NEWS. 3p-254 WORK WANTED by young lady. House work or 'care of children or will consider other work. 815 E. Gordon St. 3p-254 If, Mrs. Qeorge R. French will call at the Pampa Daily NEWS office she -will receive a free ticket to see Will Rogers in "The County chairman," Monday or Tuesday. SITUATION WANTED — Experienced girl wants work. Would prefer to care for children during day, but, housework or anything considered. 321 East Francis. 3f-252 SITUATION WANTED—By young man with five years retail merchandising experience. Also two years newspaper work, editorial and business departments. Honest, reliable, efficient. No alibis, no excuses. Only permanent work that has a. bonafide future considered. E. B. Emerson, 412 East Foster, Pampa. Texas. 3f-252 Personal HELEN: Meet me sam s place at nine. I'll surely bring. Wrigley's Spearmint. It does help like you said. Bill. lp-252 STOMACH, ULCER, GAS PAINS, Ato INDIGESTION victims, why suffer,? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga Tablets, a doctor's prescription, at City Drug Store, " • 3p-254 Miscellaneous DRIVE AROUND to our shop and let. us repair that bent fender. Moore & Smith Body Shop. • _ Gc-257 BAD, JATORS CLEANED and repaired at bargain prices. Work guaranteed. Moore & Smith Body Shop. . Phone 53. 6c-257 Iff Mrs. W. W. Hartley will call at tlie Pampa, Daily NEWS office she-.will receive a free ticket to see Wil) Rogers in "The County Chairman;" Monday or Tuesday. IF YOUR.SHOES need fixing? We i ypity Shoe. Shop. 60-257 WASFGJl. AJTQ, ,.£LPCK repairing. AJl^flrlf guaranteed by th« oldest established Jewelry concern. Quality Jewelry. 114 West Foster. • .'•.: 6C-257 IF .YOpB. BRAKES Need relinuTg, wK 4pply.,R;USOQ— the brake lining iwfoicji guararitees. Pampa Brake and; 6p-267 IT ISN'T "A' HOME until it's pianP ed. Buy your roses, trees and shrubs from Clayton Floral company; •6c-267 NEW JPJ^tNG ssmple^ on .display. 3.9QP wrngjes. Prices, Ipwer Uijs spring,,, Seejng . Is . .believing. Ourlie ForsjiUi, TJjfl Ho*toffice Tailor, first door west' pf postpffiee, 60-257 For Sale FOR SALE—Seed barley, clean, no wheat. Write box 1738, Pampa. 6p-257 FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acre farm in Scott county, Ark. Idea for fruit and truck. Gooci 5-roon house, cellar house, smoke house barn, chicken hous; all in good repair. Strawberries, peaches, apples and 'grapes. One-quarter mile from school and church. Sec o\vnei room 18, Marion Hotel. Pampn. 3p-254 FURNISHED 4-ROOM modern house. Newly papered and painted. Garage, 2 lots. 811 S. Barnes. 6p-257 CHARIS FOUNDATION garment For information call 875-W or see Mrs. R. K. Douglass, 940 Reid, Pnm- pa. Gp-25 1 SUGAR CURE smoke salt for curing meat, 10 pound and 25 pound socks cheap. Vnndovcr's Feed Store Plionu 702. Gp-257 SPECIAL ALL this week. 1.00 Ad- Icrika, 7!)r, for gas nnd stomach distresses. Richards Drug Company Gc-257 WE ARE AS near a.s your telephone. Call 1240 for free delivery. Richards Drug Company. Gc-257 TWCKROOM ~CAR top house. If interested see it at 701 W. Foster. 3p-254 REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS and other machines. Expert repairing on all make typewriters, adding machines. Typewriter Exchange 114 West Foster. Gc-257 SHETLAND PONY, city- broke. and gentle for children. See at W. H. Thomas Grocery and Market. lp-252 FOR SALE OR TRADE—House and Jot. consider used car. Bargain prices on all merchandise. Davis Trading Post. 317 South Cuyler. • ' 8p-257 100 '•:•„ PURE DISTILLED water, exceptionally good for invalids and babies. Best for everyone. W. H, Thomas Grocery and Market. 6p-257 ALL KINDS NEW and used guns, musical instruments, tools, lug«aye, men's clothing 1 , etc. We pay highest prices for old gold. Jlmmle's Variety Store. 319 South Cuyler across street from Harris Drug. ______ Gp-257 FOR SALE— 1933 Auburn sport sedan. $250 worth of extra equipment. Classiest .fob in town. Big bargain, $050. Mr. Brodsky, care of the Vogue, 107 S. Cuyler. 3p-254 A COMPLETE LINE of Mrs. Halfin's bird supplies, nests, nesting, breeding supplies. None better- better than most. 303 Roberta St. 3p-254 WE BUY, SELL, exchange used radios. Silvertone Battery radio, all waves, new batteries. $27.50 Ford auto radio, $20.00 installed. Service on all makes. Radio Electric Service! in the Big Radio. Gc-257 CANARIES. GUARANTEED singers. 904 E. Francis. 3p-254 GROCERY STORE doing a good business, $250.00 cash.will handle. Living quarters adjoining. Would trade on 5-room house. Write Box 434, care Pampa NEWS. • 3p-254 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Franklin sedan, what have you. H. V. Patterson, 810 W. Foster. 3p-254 HAVE SOME repossessed automo' biles, at sacrificed prices. M. P. Downs Agency. Phone 336. 6c-257 THREE-ROOM moodem stucco, well located, near school $800 cash. Two 50-ft. lots, North West Street on corner. Priced to sell. $400 cash takes them. Improved 32 acres, near Pampa $1100.00, improved 10- acre truck farm Wheeler county, $1500.00 M. Heflin Realty, corner Kingsmill and Ballard. 3c-254 BY OWNER 1923 De Sola sedan. Good body, new pistons, brakes overhauled, new paint, good rubber and Strombarg carburator $175.00. 107 North Gray Monday. lp-252 CONTRACTS from $250,00 to $100,000 with -the Kansas City Life Insurance Co. No better company in the United States than the Kansas City Life. Also a few nice homes in. Pampa. Office . Room 12 over Malone Funeral home. D. C. Moore, agent. 3p-254 NEW STUCCO house, 4 rooms and bath, screened back porch. Cheapest in town. 322 Roberta. ' 3p-254 BABY CHICKS now ready for delivery. Order now. Cole's Hatchery. 828 West Foster. Phone 1161. Gc-257 MUSHROOM HIGH test bulbs. Guaranteed 1,000 burning hours. Save 36 per <cent" in lighting cost. See Curlie Fors'yth. First door west Post office. 6c-257 LIGHT POWER winch for Ford or Chevrolet. If interested phone 68, White Deer. 3p-254 3-ROOM house at 'Phillips North Gasoline plant, Meadows washer, Singer machine. Chevrolet truck. E. S. Matthews. . 3p-254 THREE-PIECE wicker suite in good condition. Priced right. 700 North Somerville. . 3t-254 FOR SALE— New black satin dress. Size 16. Too small for owner. Price $7.50. Phone 917. 3p-263 FOR SALE—Feeds, grains, salt, seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR SALE—24 Per cent daily ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR. SALE— Few more pair White King pigeons. 513 South Sumner Street. 12c-254 FOR SALE—New ' Zealand white rabbits, Chinchilla buck. 513 S. Sumner St. 12c-Z5i Wanted—Misc. WANTED— Couple wants room and ..bqard. iu private home. P. O. Box 540. 20-252 WANTEI>-sji,aU pr apartment. Have no children oj> pets. Post Office'BOX;-1738; pam- Pi», 3 p-252 WANT SOMETHING? PHONE 666 A fire. A phone call. And help in a few swift seconds. Small wonder that the rising wail of sirens in the night is often as spectacular as the blaze that fetches them. Not so dramatic, but every bit as sure as are the RESULTS you'll get with DAILY NEWS WANT ADS. If you want to rent that house or that spare room, if you want to find that lost dog, if you want to swap, buy, sell or lease—if, above all, you WANT TO DO IT QUICKLY—just call G6G, ask for an a'd-taker and leave the rest to us. Daily News Want Ads Sell The Goods Beauty PaYlorc PERMANENTS Our No" Burnt permaiients arc beautiful, but not expensive. No students. Sort water Pads not used second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting 1 . No* hair or scalp burns. Eugene and Sliellon pcrmanents $1.50 to $7.50. Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door West New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop BETTY JANE BEAUTY SHOP. Call 476 for appointment. Equipped with new fast hair driers. .Modern prices. Gp-257 SPECIALIZED WORK at prices you can afford. Orchid Beauty Salon, 209 Combs-Worley Bldg. 3c-254 For Rent COMBINATION 2-room, bath and garage furnished. Bills paid. $35 per month. 717 N. Hobart. 3p-254 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 715 N. West or phone 70 after Sunday. , 3G-254 DESIRABLE BEDROOM, nice furniture, adjoining bath. Private home. 601 North Frost. Gp-257 FOR RENT—One-room apartment. Bills paid. 530 South Nelson. lp-252 THREE-ROOM APARTMENT in duplex. l',L> miles west of Pampa by British-American office. 3p-254 FOR VACANT rooms see Mrs. Eller, 803 West Foster. One-room furnished for light housekeeping. 3 rooms unfurnished, ' 1 room unfurnished. . 3p-254 If Mrs. Porter. Beck will call at the Pampa Daily NEWS office she will receive a free ticket to see Will Rogers in "The County Chairman," Monday or Tuesday. FOR RENT—Bedroom, close in. 402 N. Ballard. Phone 351-J. 3c : 2S4 NICE CLEAN,. ROOM furnished apartment, in modern home. Adults only. Phone 875-W. 940 Reid. 3p-254 FOR RENT—Very close in, three- room modern apartment, Immediate possession. Adults only, with references. 203 East Francis St. <_ 3p-254 FOR RENT— Bedroom. Men only. Lost LOST—Red Jersey cow.. Turned-in horns. Wearing halter. Branded, on right hip with open 6. Reward. Pat Long, Route 4. Pampa. 3p-254 STRAYED OR STOLEN— White Persian cat. Return to 421 North Gray and receive reward or Phone 151. 3c-254 LOST—Man's bill fold containing cash, check, and papers Friday night. Box 42G, Pampa NEWS. 3p-254 Help Wanted MAN WANTED, Supply customers with famous Watkins products in Pampa. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Company. 70-78 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. lp-252 MALE HELP WANTED— Steady employment. Weekly cash pay. Liberal contract. Unique plans. Real'""-• opportunity—capable men. Mid-Continent Life Insurance Company. Eakle Bldg, Amarillo. 7c-255 ! MARKET RBRIffS NEW YORK, Jan. 26. (/P)— Except for a few issues which skated along on firm ice, most securities sloshed around without getting anywhere today. Wall street was slightly skittish under the influence of lower prices for sterling and the gold currencies, but the declines in exchange did not jar markets out of the rut in which they have been coasting. Stock exchange business jogged along at a little faster hourly rate than yesterday but this was a reflection of greater activity in a few shares rather than because of any broadening in market interest. Am Can ..... 4114% 113% 113% Am & For Pow 5 4% Am Rad ..'... 9 14% Am A&R .... 3 35% Am T&T Anac AT&SP ....... 33 Ayia Corp .... 3 Balw Loo ---- 4 B& O ...... 13 Barnsdall ____ 8 Bendix ...... 10 14'U 14% 35V, 35'A 5 104% 104 104 15 10% 10% 10% 47 4% 49 5 47% S 307 North Banks. 3c-253 FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. Gc-254 FOR RENT— Bedroom, next to bath. Basement garage. 446 Hill St. Furnace heat. 6C-253 FOR RENT—Nice, large front bedr room, next to bath, large closet. On pavement. Low rent. Men only. 820 N: Frost. tf Board and Room North Frost. Mrs. E. D. Zimmerman, phone 677-J. 3C-254 BOARD AND ROOM—Unusually nice room for two, adjoining bath. Good home cooking. 321 N. Somerville. • 3p-254 ROOM AND BOARD— Vacancy for 4 men, private home. Also bedroom in adjoining cottage. Private bath. Phone 503-J. 515 North Frost. Gc-247 Wanted To Buy SMALL MODERN home. Give price, down payment and months ly payments. Location. Box 1838, City. lp-252 WANTED— Particular ladies to send your particular dresses to our particular cleaners. Voss Cleaners. Phone 660. 6C-257 WANTED—Men, women and children's clothes to clean. Voss ^eaners. Phone 660. 6c-257 WANTED—Alterations and repairs of all kinds for our expert -tailors. Voss Cleaners. Phone 660. , lc-257 NOTICE We buy. junk batteries, radiators,, tires, tubes, brass pistons, and copper wire. Automobiles bought for salvage. 0. P. .UfATHEUy 923 West Foster WANTED TO BUY—New M4 furniture. 310 South Cuyler. 26p-263 Beth Stl Case J I Chrysler Colum G & E 34 Comw & Sou Con Gas .... Con Oil ..... Con Oil Del .. Cur Wri ...... 5 El P&L Gen El ...... Gen Mot ---Gen Pub Svc Gillette ...... Goodrich ---Goodyear ---Hupp ........ Ills Cent ...... 2 Int Harv ____ 4 Int T&T ---- 27 Kelvin ....... 3 Kennec ...... 12 M K T ...... 1 Mo Pac ...... 1 12 6% 15% 10 31% 9 55% 13 38% 714 13 1% 43 20% 9 7% . 4 17% 2% 2% 24 31% 2 13% 1034 22% 2% 14% 41M 9% 17'/4 16% 5 2% 27 16'4 -27 714 ia'<4 13$ 1<J. 4% 71% 22% 15% 27% Pure Oil ..... 10 7 5% -6 9% 4 '34% 7 14% 7 7% 19 14% 19 16 25 13% 14 30T5 17 24% 4 2Q 9 48% .Un Pac ...... 2 105 U S Rub .... 4 14% U S SU .... 28 37%' W U Tel ..... 5 31% New York Curb 11% 6'/i 15% 30% 54%. 37% 7 20% 7% 17% 2% 2% 23% 31% 10% 22% 14% 40% 9% 11% 6% 15 7 / 8 30% 55 37% 7 20% 7% 17% 2% 2% 23% 31% 10% 22% 40% 9% 16% 16% 21 8 11 5 43 24 8 11 M Ward Nat Dairy Pr Nat Dist .... Nat P&L ..:. N Y Cen .... Nor Am ..... Ohio Oil ---Packard ..... Penney ....... 6 Penn R R . . A 3 Phil Pet ---- 12 Pub Svc N J ..4 Pure Oil ..... 10 Radio ....... 66 Rem Rand Sears Repub Stl Shell Soc Vac Sou Pac Sou Ry S O Cal S O Jnd .. Tex Corp Un Carb 26% 16 26% 7 17% 12% 9% 4% 70% 22% IS'/i 26% 5% 9% 34% 14% 7% 13 7 / 8 15% 12% 3014 24% 19% 46% 26% 16% 26% 7% 17% 12% 9% 4% 70% 22 % 15% 26% 5% 9% 34% 14% 7% 14 15% 13 30'A 24% 20 46% . Cities Svc . Qulf Oil Pa Humble' Oil United Gas 21 la 3 5 I 58, 46% 1% 104%. 105 3714 3714 . 6% 57%. 46% 57.% 46V4 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY. Jan. 26. (XPK-(U. S. D. A.i— The weeks total cattle receipts at eleven midwestsrn markets aggregated 155,000 compared with 192,784 last week and 177,023 the corresponding period last year. The recent upward trend continued this week in most, all classes of cattle. Slaughter steers nnd yearlings advance generally 50-75 over last week's closing deals. Occasional sales on strictly choice beeves show a further upturn while plainer grades were only 25-50 up in instances. She stock prices followed the trend in steers. Country demand for thin cattle compares with last 'weak but is considerably narrower than on preceding weeks. A top of 13,00 was established at Chi- Families Souht In Flooded Area MARKS. Miiss., Jan. 26 (fT)—A score of motor-boats went putt-putl- putting tonight into the flood zone surrounding this mecca of north Mississippi refugees in . search for numerous .families still marooned in their home after four days of rampaging high water. As the exhaust echoed across great areas of water the number of dead from the Tennessce-AfkansaS- MiEsissippi flood was placed at 27, at least, and the homeless, maroon. . . ... ed or suffering at 25,000. Damage cago on choice steers with weight | to property was estimated at more urn 11A r\ri mo M«if«t* \rnn I'lii-irrc- 1110 rln , * ^_-^«>.-,_ while prime heifer yearlings made 11.50. A range of 5.00-7.00 absorbed most stockers and feeders around the river with fleshy light feeders up to 8.50 at Kansas City. Some readjustment 'was mnde in fat .lamb prices at the various markets. At Omaha and St. Louis late transactions show a loss of 10-25 against last week's close while most other points report a gain of 15-35. Sheep and feeders were quoted 25-50 above last Friday's figures. Top lambs reached 0.75 to St. Louis City butchers while good and choice feeding lambs ranged from 7.00-8.00 at principal markets. The total hog run numbered 310,000 against 651,799 the same week last year. Trade was uneven with the net change steady to 15 above last wcpk's closing figures. Friday's top price of 8.00 was registered at all five principal markets. - . - » CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Jan. 26. (AP)— Uncertainties about forthcoming monetary developments at Washington caused grain business today to shrink to the smallest proportions In a long time, with pricas averaging lower. Most observers expressed belief that the expected United States Supreme court decision of gold clause cases formed the crucial point on which grain markets hereafter would turn. Guesses on the outcome, however, were . greatly at variance, and were not backed with any important volume of orders either to buy or to tell. In an evident waiting; mood, the wheat market closed sluggish, unchanged to \\ lower compared with yesterday's finish. May 97'i-li., corn '/, off to % up, May 8474-85, oats unchanged to down, and provisions unchanged to 12 cents decline. Corn and oats traders ware governed chiefly by wheat action. A fair reduction- of the domestic visible supply of corn and other grain Monday was looked upon as probable. Provisions tended to sag owing to absence of any aggressive demand. - 01 NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Jan. (#>)— Ths cotton market was very quiet in today's short Saturday session. Prices fluctuated slightly within a range of 2 to 4 points. Waiting for the than $5,000,000. Most victims in the Iri-state area suffered from the unprecedented flood of the Coldwatcr river basin. Like a little island in ths vast lake covering portion of four Mississippi counties with floodwaters of the Coldwatcr river that went on a rampage north of here Sunday night, Marks offered a haven for ths hundreds driven from their homes as far north as Darling and Sledge, about 15 miles from here. Hourly the number of refugees was increased by boatloads. The Red Cross is giving them stew, pork and beans and coffee. Practically every boatload has three or four children and a mother with a baby swaddled in the best wrappings that could be snatched from the waters, decision of the supreme court in the gold case and the inactivity prevailing in all other markets were the main causes of the limited business. After starting 2 to 6 points down on poor Liverpool; cables the market continued to rule near the opening prices with long intervals between trades Tout rallied 2 to 4 points in the late trading 'on a little short covering.. The market closed steady with prices showing no net change to 4 points down. The close was at or near the top, March closing at 12.47 or net unchanged for the dny, May at 12.51 or 3 points down net, July at 12.52 clown 2 points not and Oct. at 12.41 down 4 points net. AMELIA. ARRIVES TULSA, Okla., Jan. 26. (AP)— Amelia Earhart Putnam and her publisher husband, George Putnam, arrived at 5:55 p. m., tonight after bucking headwinds as high as 22 miles an hour most of the way from Albuquerque, N. .M., The famous woman flier and her husband planned to spend the night here and, if weather is favorable, continue to New York tomorrow. Only two charter members of the National league — Chicago and Boston — have held franchises uninterruptedly since 1876, but there has been no change in the roster since 1900. Use Dally NEWS Classified Ads. Cabot Company Credit Union's Officers Named - Reno Stinson. was re-elected president and Don Oo'nlcy wa^ reelected secretary-treasurer of trie Cabot Credit Union at a meeting of directors yesterday afternoon following a membership meeting at the community hall of the Kingsmill plant Friday night. Horace Pickett was named vice- president. Dividend checks for the last half of 1934 were presented at tile meeting Friday. Interest rates on different phases of collateral and individual requirements on 16ans were discusSe'H by* tfii members in general. A rrifevfe to increase the memtoersiiip, tfr proposing that each member eMlst ftfc least one new member met with hearty approval. Upon adjournment, the: Cabot company's safety departmerit, with Don .Conley fit its head, served the members coffee! and daiighnuts. "Dunking" .wa3 not prohibited. The directors, named Friday night,, are Reno Stinson, Dfin Conley, J. T. Talley, R. A. Dasher, Bob Crew, Osciar P. Taylor, Con Paulson, Horace) Pickett and B. F. .Bulls. . The supervising 1 committee for the year will be composed! of W. L. Loving, Art Swahsoh, and Ed Damon. Mrs. Holt Barber of Miami was a Pampa shopper ye'sterday afternoon. ' Conservatively speaking—it's at least threo times easier to make Important improvements to your home today than at any timo in the past several yoars. Everything consistent with legitimate business has been done to help you make an old home into a bsttor one to live in—to rent— or to sell. Actually all you need is a desire to improve your home—on idoa of how you want it improved—and a steady income. You have fivo yoars to repay NATIONAL HOUSING ACT LOANS and NO DOWN PAYMENTS IS REQUIRED. And furthermore, we'll malo a detailed accurate estimate of the improvements you wish at absolutely no COST or OBLIGATION to you. A Telephone call will do Me trick — why naf make H—RIGHT NOW. PHONE 210 Time in on friendly Builders Hour Program Friday Night, 9:30, WOAI, AVFAA, WKY, KVOO Pampa Daily News Sunday, January 27, 1935 Give Your Fa aving Light New Lamp Here is the lamp that the nationally famous Illuminating Engineering Society has designed to safeguard your eyes as you read, sew or study. Because of its advanced new principles of design it gives several times as much useful light—yet uses no more current. The outside shade reflector is lined .with a., special white finish.which reflects the maximum light on desk or table. The Inside Reflector- Diffuser (an opal bowl) diffuses the lights eliminating reflected'and direct glare and softening shadows. The Study Lamp is made high and the shade brpad to spread adequate light over the entire working area. It gives you both direct and indirect light as' the opal bowl sends light upward to relieve the contrast between the well lighted table, and the balance of the room. '• The new I. E. S. Study and- Reading fcamp is made in many designs and so fits in with any type of decoration or color scheme. T?d bring the eye comfort of the rieW Study Lamp within the range of everyone, prices are very moderate. ' .' . ' It la the marU of the genuine New Study Lamp. U certifies thut the lump has been approved by.thellluml. n.»VB« Engineering So.ele- — *-" -*-^* '- Southwestern ty. Jin.fl sudoj:j,ed. j-'- (";V.^'7"-'-J--T^'t7. 1 -4 JP' *•&'•?, Ing effectiveness t>y the Ueh,tfBB Comniluee of the Institute. *'
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