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Pampa, Texas
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The P«mp« Daily» NEWS ^^^^^ = - ' ' " I "llrnlT TIMI - ' . ,«n . -....I,.-.-, ,-., .......... tu-. r.. ... .. .-..-•L.n^m* ~,~....^-. J », r >. rTr - 1 ,^^» ~>-^——»mwfc>^-»J^>^jL>«—>.,^»«, - ^..^....-., J ^^.. J^^..,.. You Can Satisfy Your Needs from This Page Kl^e^Vo^rmove^ 8 LoaftS Leffal Notice I ABf<l7 A IWXlft A iMfi »Dl?m.*Vrt!ft open Tuesday and Friday « to~4 "ft. th Card of Thanks 1 CARD OP THANKS We \vish''to express to our friends appreciation for the flowers sent, and for'the sympathy and kindness shown at" the death of our husband, father, 1 son, and brother. Mrs.'lvan Paler Jacqueline; Keith, Bllley, and • Paul Faler. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Paler Mr. and Mrs. William D. Faler Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dennis. , For Sale FOB SALE—Used radios. One '34 model Pord, first class. One '33 Ford, good condition. Several table model ; hpme. radios. See them at the Big Radio. 30-134 FOB SALE—20 qt. National cooker, 54 inch'dining table, 62 inch buffet to'-match. Very reasonable; 221 W. Craven, lp-132 FOB SALJS^-Flve room frame house, $2,800. $500 down. Good location. Mrs. Q. C, Walstad. 405 B. Ktags- mlll. ^^ : :-' .',-. ,••••' lc-132 SKED WHEAT—1934 crop. 60 Ib. test $1.25 bushel. Five miles north Pampa.:J.-L. Cecil. • •• • 6p-137 JOHN L. MIKESBLL Phone 166 Duncan Bldg. Beautiful ; ranch on highway near Eagle's Nest Dam in northern New Mexico. Splendid farm land, pine timber, good fishing. Suitable for guest ranch or lodge. 22 B. -Hcitel in Pampa to exchange for residence, rooming house, or farm land;'Also 400 a. well improved ranch : 'near Clayton New Mexico. Sale or exchange. Down town cor. 81 by 45 and Inside lot 25 by. 81 for lease. Res. and business lots for sale $50, $110, $200 and up. Residence property from $300 up. 6c-137 FOR SALE—One 1052 gallon gasoline truck tank, two compartments. Bargain. Box 14, Laketon, Texas. 5p-l36 SALE—A' good used trumpet. Call 90 or see Chester Hunka- plllar at Pampa Drug No. 1. -'• 3C-134 FOR SALE—Small grocery store, fixtures and stock. Well located. Some cash, balance terms, Will consider light car. 929 Ripley St. " . 3p-138 FOB SALE OB TRADE—Equity in 1930 4-door 6-wheel Plymoubli sedan in clean condition. Want 28 or 29 Ford or Chevrolet or what have you; Write box 3259, care of Pampa News. 3p-l33 FOR SALE—60 acre farm sub-irrigated in Wheeler county. Well improved. $20 per acre. W. T. Hollis. J22 N. Ballard. 3o-133 FOB BALE—Alfalfa hay, 55c bale. Zeb'g Feed Store, 3p-133 FOB 0ALS—12X30 building to be moved. Call at 508 S. Ballard. .<• ; 3f_-133 FOB SALE—John Deer row binder. Would consider good milk cow on same, J. F. Schmidt, 2 miles north, 2 and one-half west of pampa. 3p-133 JOB ''SALE—Brassje and nearly new; also No, 3 iron; all lefthanded, See IJoave, Pampa Daily News.? . , 3f-133 FQB SALE—Two slide trombones at a bargain, pee them at No-D-Lay pleangrs. phone 763. 6p-i35 FOB ^ALE—JmpJ'PVed half section. 250 Acres in cultivation. Located between White Deer and Lark, at »25 per gore, goad terms, A well Improved section, SOO acres in cultivation, shallow water, at $20 per &i;re, Qqpd terms. See M. B. Welsh, First N&tlonal Bank b}dg. Pan- 3p-132 room house. Water, lights, and gas. Nice garden, garage, built in cabinet and in nice shape, gee Charlie Stitt at Saye Grocery, 4 miles west of Le- 3p-l32 SALE—Yellow and green shell teefe $5 value, Now $2,95 . SSebra filches, $1.45 pair. Phone p. Foster. 3c-»3 chftir barber shop in Mo- with living quarters in rear. 0» |ft4w, Moheetie, Texas. PC»fe 8AL&-25X50 frdmc bulldWg in Ketf Mobeetie. To be moved. E C. Carter. MoBeetie. 6p-134 FOB SALS—Big stock tires. 65iF- anteed qtialty at one-half price, Jde Burrow Tire Co. 28-129 For Rent FOB BENT—Desirable bedroom nexl to bath. 806 N. Frost. Phone 74B-W * Sc-134 FOR BENT—One two room apartment and one large one room apartment. 500 N. Frost. lp'-132 FOR RENT—Two room modern furnished apartment. 317 Rider. Three blocks west, one north Hilltop grocery. lp-132 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished four- room house and bath. Call 525. lc-132 FOR RENT—Modern 2-room furnished apartment. 121 South Starkweather. lc-132 FOR RENT—Furnished south bedroom outside entrance. Prefer man and wife or two-men. Close in. 125 Sunset Drive. lc-132 n OR RENT—Bedroom, close in. Three blocks from town. 211 N. Houston. Sc-134 FOB RENT—Furnished two room modern apartment. Couple only. $20 per.month. Bills paid. 520 N, Faulkner. lp-132 FOR RENT—Desirable frout bedroom, close In. 207 E. Browning. 3c-134 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished south-east bedroom. 1123 E. Brpwnlng. ' lp-132 FOR RENT—South bedroom, adjoining bath, men preferred. 315 N. Gray. 3c-134 FOR RENT—Modern 2-room apartment for two. 914 Nr Ballard, lc-,132 FOR RENT—Two room modern house. Phone 257. 3e-132 FOR RENT— Small 2 room furnished apartment, across street from sohool. 601 S. Barnes. 2p-133 FOB RENT—Booms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. ,' . t 26C-154 FOR RENT—One room apartment, nicely furnished. Also bedroom. Marie Hotel. 7p-132 Beauty. Parlors Teachers Welcome We wish to extend a welcome to all teachers. We have plenty of operators and have installed a water softener to better serve all of our customers. Hodges Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe OIL PERMANENTS Money Back Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Fermanents $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shelton Permanents Fhone 818 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves ?1.50 Duart Permanents fl.»5 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.09 ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone 84* Permanent Waves $1,5Q to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet , 15c Eye dye and lash dye , 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN N. Frost Phone 308 Work .Wanted EXPERIENCED YOTJNG lady wants housework. Room and board in a Jhristian home considered more nan wages. 107 N. Gray. 3dh-134 If Miss Helen Gott will call at he office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a 'vee ticket to see Jean Harlow in 'China Seas" showing at the La Nora Theater Monday or Tuesday. YOUNG LADY wants work In private home in exchange for room and board while attending school n Pampa. Olsen rooms. No. 8 and 9. 3M34 WORK WANTED—Laundry wprk wanted by lady who guarantees, .0 please. 50c per bundle when soap s furnished. 815 East Gordon. 4dh-l35 WORK WANTED—Lady wants house work by day. References urnished. Expert at house cleaning. 918 East Gordon, idh,-134 WORK employment with' reliable concern. Experienced, p, Q, Box 641. 3M33 'nwn r wants wr4 work. G. W. Carter. Tujsa Apartments, NO. 9. SMS3 Pay All BID* With One Perunll lo«n«. no tfidAfteH r«qolr«l. $5 TO ISO InmedlM* Mr»tte—Lewut »«w SAl^ARY LOAN CO. L. B. WAftREtt, M»f. ' Pint N»tlon»l Bank Bu(Mln» M- '.,'.''*. . -, .'.'MjMr Ul BOB If SALARY LOANS If $5 TO $50 fo Cirbon BUck and Oil Fleid Worktn NO BNDOKSBRS: NO SECURITY All dfallnrn strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 109V4 8<mU; Curler Street O«r SUte Theater Automotive USED CAK VALUES 1 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 250 192D Chevrolet Coupe 100 1930 Chrysler Coupe 100 1929 Ford Coupe SO 1929 Olclsmobilc Sedan 65 1028 Chevrolet Coach 50 1929 Ford Sedan 85 Several nice laic model cars to select from. GMAG CULBERSON- -oisiiii H-OIO-I,.- I SMALLINO [ TIMI PAYMiwt f rtnirwriT w |p LAN I cnEVBOIlET CO., Inc. AtJTOMOBILB REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor inn. 260-140 EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1033 Olilsmobile Cdnpfe, goo A condition throng h, p.U $i equipped £/4J|C! Aft with radio .. ?'l O ? i VW 1933 Fohtlae Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with good radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate $525.00 1929 GrahaTn*Palge Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear tires. . . . This;. Is a $175,00 1931 Studebaker Deluxe Sedan. Good motor and good appearance. &99C| Aft Sal* price.... 9**3»Uy 1929 Ford Coach. Good condition throughout. It you are in the market {or cheap transportation, look »~ $« Small down payment and Easy Terms. Open Evenings 'Til 9.p. m. BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE ; 112 N. Somerville Phone 977 Miscellaneous Fancy Kentucky Blue Grass Seed This year's crop extra heavy— 35o Pound Also White Clover and English Blue Grass seed Fred Schneider Nursery Phone 706 717 N. Gray FOR SALB-Alfftifft nay, 55c bale. Zeb's Feed Store. 3p-133 If Garneda Boydstqn will call at :he office of the Pampa Daily News jefore 5 o'clock, she will receive a ree ticket to see Jean Harlow in 'China Seas" showing at the La Nora Theater Monday or Tuesday. MADAM K. VOBEL—Noted psychologist and spiritualist reads your life's innermost secrets on &U 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. 9p-137 JET ME HELP you with your land scaping. Fall is an excellent time 'or planting. Phone me at 80, fhomas Clay ten with Clayton Floral Co, 410 E. Foster. - 26C-143 RADIO" RBP'AIRS. All work dope at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Cavls Electric Co. sec.i« CITATION BY Foxwprth-Galbralth' Lumber Co. vs. J. W. McOfaft ct a!., NO. 4149. In the 31st Judicial District Court of Gray County, Texas'. THE BtfATfe OP TEXAS. To the Sheriff or afly Constable of Gray County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded that by making publication of this citation in some newspaper published in the County of Gray once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summtfh J, -W. McCray arid Martha J. McOray whose residence is unknown, to be and appear at the next regular term of the 31st judicial District Court, of Gray County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, : lri the City of Pampa, on the fourth Monday In September, A. D. 1935, the same being the 23rd day of September, A. D. 1835, then and there to answer a petition filed In said' Court on the 23rd day of August, A. D, 1935, in & suit, numbered on the docket of said Court, NO. 4149 wherein -Foxworth- Galbralth Lumber Co., a corporation, is plaintiff, and J. W. McCray, Martha J. McCray,-J. D. Rochelle, Belle Rochelle, and W. H. Henke are defendants; the nature of plaintiff's demand being substantially, as follows, tp-wlt: ••.*.. Suit upon one promissory note dated May 13, 1931, payable In 14 monthly' Installments, the first 'In- stallment'having 1 been due arid {Jay- able "July 1, 1931, and 1 for foreclosure of a meccano's and mate- rlalrftBtn's "lien given to secure the payment of said 1 note upon the fol- lowjrig 'described property, to-wit: Lots Nos, nine/ (9) and ten (10), in block No. on;e (1), of the Flnley Banks Addition to the City of Pampa^ Gray County, Texas, said note iejng In the original principal sum of $351.90, without any payment either principal or Interest ever saving been made thereon. Herein fall not, but have you before said Court on the said first day of next term thereof this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Given under my 'hand and seal of said court, at office In the City of Pampa, Texas, this the 23rd day of August, A. -D. 1935. 'Witness; ' FRANK HILL, C}<?rk of 31st Judicial District Court In and for Gray County, Texas. (SEAL) By LOI8 HINTON, Deputy. (Aug. 25-Sept. 1-8-15.) LARGE ATTENDANCE PREDICTED AT CANYON TEACHERS COLLEGE Wanted to Buy WANTED—Used radios, we pay cash. The Big Radio. 3c-134 WOULD BUY late model Maytag. Must be cheap. Phone 9524. : lp-132 If Mrs. L. B. Autry will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive -'a free ticket to see Jean Harlow in China Seas" showing at the La Nora.Theater Monday or"Tuesday. Lost LOST—Small dark brindle screw- tail Boston Terrier. Answers to he name of "Skipper." Reward for p format ion leading to hjg recovery, 'hone 196-J. Jack Hessey. 3C-133 Room and Board for room and board at 304 East Foster. Mrs. Laura Christopher. 2p-133 ROOM AND BOARP—Vacancy f or two at 505 N. ProiSt. PJipne 677ij. Help .,, . ... r — , for mar* ried women. $15 weekly and, nevy Autumn dresses FREE represent- ng- na.Upj}ally known Fashion ••rooks. No canvassing. No ' "" me«t. Segd dres;? size. -- iks., peat., T- Over Last Year (By Tlio Associated Press.) Unfavorable weather coupled with Labor day vacation caused an uneven trend in trade and industry last week, but the total for the opening of the fall season remained well above the same period of a year ago. Sentiment wa* highly optimistic in most of the reports on the economic status of the country, and the Immediate view definitely was on the brighter side. Business received a substantial boost from the statement of President Roosevelt that a "breathing spell" had arrived, and the reaction of business leaders was regarded as favorable. Reports on. detail trade showed some sections advancing strongly, but others were hampered by cold or wet weather. In most of the larger communities it was believed. «. final check on the entire week would show aggregate Increases because of the resumption of Saturday sales by spme stores and the definite opening of the fall season with new merchandise on the shelves. The Associated Press weekly index .pf industrial activity declined to 72.7 per cent of the 1929-30 average compared with 73.6 per cent the previous week;,' Mrs, Carl Miller Is Hostess At LeFors LeFORS, Sept. 7.—Mrs. Carl Miller was hostess to the O, y. C. bridge club Thursday afternoon. Players were Mmes. McGinnis, Cosner. Hopkins, and the hostess, mem<- bers; and Mmes. Clyde Strickland, Barber, Knapp, and Ray, guests. Mrs, McGinnis spored high for members and Mrs. CJosner 'second high. Mrs. Strickland was high for guests. Delicious lemon pie and tea were served after the games. Have Some Repossessed Automobiles to sell them from $25,00 fo $100,00 ! - ,Than anybody in for the same and make town CANYON. Sept. 7.—The West Texas'State Teachers college will opeh Sept. 17i : wlth pfospects of the largest "'atteridahce' in its' history. The girls' dormitories are practical!^ full; and those for young men are rapidly filling. During, the vacation all the buildings' 'on the Campus are being made shipshape for the long session. College admiriistrative officers are in their offices and are being kept busy each day answering Inquiries concerning courses, living places and expenses, » D!T. J. A. Hill, president of the college, states that three classes of students will receive special attention this year. Young people of junior college rank Will find work which will be preparatory to all dnds of professional study to follow. The senior college students will continue their general courses or receive intensive preparation for teaching. The third group will be ;he graduate students who will be oreparlng themselves to do expert work In the publlft schools of Texas. Among- the new courses which Will be offered in the 1935-38 session Is community recreation, designed to fit young people to organize and direct both summer and winter recreation programs for peo- 3le of all ages. This course is demanded because of the shorter working day and, week of the modern world. Texas history will be emphasized in connection with the general in- .erest created by the Texas Centennial. The department of geography will lave a course called Historical geography, which deals with the influence of geographical conditions upon history. The effects of soil erosion, droughts, floods, mountains, and rivers have upon the history of the world are of special Interest at the present time. This course will be taught by Prof. DarthulB Walker, who is a member of the Texas State Curriculum committee and author of the Texas Supplement to the geography used in the public schools of : the state. practidally every one of the 20 departments of the college will offer some course which has not been given before. This does not mean that a great number of courses haVe been added, but that courses are being changed to suit needs and interests, according to the course committee which is headed by Dean R, P. Jarrett. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 500 N. Somerville Paul A. Thompson, minister Our work at the Central Church of Christ is moving along nicely, with interest increasing and crowds growing In every class, and also in the regular assembly of the church. We are always very glad to have visitors and insist that you visit with us, and let's reason the Scriptures together. Is that not a fair way to do? Our regular announcements for the week are as follows: Bible Study—classes for everyone —Sunday 9:45 promptly. Preaching—11 -a. m. Young people's classes. 7:30 p. m, Sunday. All the young people are urged to come. Preaching service—8:30 p. m. Subject—"The One way of the Bible." Ladies Bible class—3 p. m. Wednesday. You , Jadies that are not SEE US FOR GOOD USED TIRES AND USED TRUCK PARTS PAMPA HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY attending are missing something good. Mid-week servlces-MlilS p. m, Classes for everyone. We rire'ex^BcWfig 1 r*6«e yoiw smil* ing face ttt-'the bMitflB cHu*tt!h'mbi»e in the future than we have in the past. . FIRS* TMtETtibmST 1 CHURCH .' Gaston . • Foote, pastor ; Sermon "sublets for; the 'day : lOiSQ'-a.'m. ''tTttstfuhg Vtolfnti." : 8:08:p;-m. ; "That child 6f Yours." Sunday school,' 9:45 a.m. You'- are cordially invited to all services. FIRST UAPTIS* CHURCH Klngsmlll and West Streets.:; The ahurch school wilt meet by departments at 9 i4B: '•' •: ' Sunday riioriimg 'Worship at 11. B. T; S; meets at B;45 p. m. and evening worship at eight. EVERY MAN'S BIBLE CLASS •; City Hall The lesson' for Sunday morning class discussion will be Acts the fifteenth and sixteenth chapters. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 901 N. Frost Street "Man" is the subject of the lesson-sermon which will be read in all churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, September 8. The Golden Text is: "Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is" (Jeremiah 17:7). Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the following from the Bible: "His divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto Ifle and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue" (II Peter 1:3). The lesson-sermon includes also following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "When spiritual being is understood in all Its perfection, continuity, and might, then shall man be found in God's Image" (page 325). .? ftUn «r a £ tU a< m ' Su "0ay school ^30. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting 8 o'clock. Reading room open Tuesday and Friday 2 to 4 p. m. • . The public Is cordially Invited to attend our services ' and enjoy the use of the reading' room. Season fer Wheai Plartting Exists In Area Wheat planting time Is -here. •Recent rains have left fields in a Condition to receive and germinate, the grain. 1 • i ' .>-••»-• ..M : w E&st of PUrnpa, fibttever, fields «« reported to be : too dahlp'-fot filaflt* Ing. Cldufly'Weather Has siofecfcdty' ing. But despite the heavy'pfe^pllai tlott in Aligust, the'griund JH iioi moist to any great depth, except in certain communities.' ' * *fr Seeds Iriatis'"have been obtained In inahy ihstsnces. " Mr. Roy W, Tinsley Violin Teacher in - -:-i , PAMPA CONSERVATdRY Studio I. O. O. F. Bid*. Phone 575 MRS. YATES CHOSE GRAY COUNTY PASTEURIZED PRODUCTS You too, should use safe pasteurized milk, butter, cream and cheese. Phone for the driver tb stop. GRAY COUHTY CREAMERY Phone 670-671 Pampa THANK YOU! Mrs. We Are Indeed' Happy To Furnish Mrs. Yate 8 With Our Better Baking Products BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Beit IB EVERY BUSINESS * A. Ml» -A Fine«t I* EVEHY PRQFESSION Accountants j. ft, BOBY 412 Combs-Worley, R. 980W, Of 787 Attorney* PHILIP WOLFE 204 Combs-Worley Bids,, Ph. 12(19 Auditori —See Accountant* Bakerie* -• PAMPA BAKJEflT Fred Schsffner, 119 W. Foster, V n Boiler* J. |I, PEERING Boiler * Welding — • }Q06 S. Barnes, Phone 2»2 SHOP 3 0»pr» fiast Rex Theatre, Ph. 799 Cfeurchef Pfcoije 624 CITI op PAMPA B4. CUy Dvpment, City HL Ph. S84 City HefUlh Dent, City HI. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs, Offlce, City HI. Ph. 1189 City Pump Stn, 100 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & T*. Ofo. City HI. P1181 Fjre Station, 303 W, Foster, Pb, 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Office* GRAY, COUNTY OF, OX. HOUSE Auditor * Treasurer, Ph. 105J CQn»table'» Office Phon* 77 County Clerk, Phone $87 Cnty, Fw, Apt., Hm. Pmtr. Pb, «M County jHdjrp, Phone 837 Pdsfrlct Clerfc, Phone 7W Justice of Peace PI. No, 1, 1% 77 Justice of Peace No. ?, Phone 629 Sheriff's Qfflpp, Pfeqw, m Supt. Pabilo Instmctlon, Pit. fa* Assessflr, Ph(«»» 10*7 Tw PoUwtpp, fhoBe 693 Shenn»n WWte, Phone "rw'jfi^" vTTvT" y « J T"*'^6^r*' i^WMy * t Hotels MARIE HOTEL 397% West Foster Ave, Phone 0520 Insurance M. P, DOWNS AGENCY CflWbs-Worley Bldg., Phone JJf Laundries - Cleaner* YOUR LAUNDRY ,& P»y CLNRS. 301-99 E. Francte, Phono 678 . , Machine Shop* JONES-EVERETT MOB. CO, Barnes & F?ederi«lc Freight Un«» IKE WAY MOTOR West Crown, Phone 919 Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO- 118 W. Foster Phone 338 B. O. 89?0«1BY PLUMBWQ CO, 538 South Ouyler Phone 350 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 School* Baker E. Tuke Phone 931 . Hifh SoboQl J?3 W. Fran<*> Ph. t( Horace Mann N, Banks Phone 931 Junior Bifb 126 W, Francis, P, 851 Lamar, 391 Cuyler, Phone 867 ' S»ni Honstoj), 800 N, F«8rt Boy McRHllen, Court Hse, Supt. pub. Schls, 123 W, Fr<%P.M7, PAMPA TRANSIT * STQ, CO, 590 t *"""

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