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PAGE POUR THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1936. -;- Read This Page - It's Today's u Bargain Counter" Classified Advertising Rates Information All wsnt sdt «« jtrlctly cash and IT* Accepted over the phone with the oosltlve understanding thol the account li to be paid when our collector calls. PriONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Oar eourteoni ad-taker will rccelTi T<mr Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for ^Situation Wanted" nnd "Lost and Found" are cnah with order and will not be accepted over tha telephone Out-of-town advertising, cixth with Th'e Pampa Dally NEWS reserves the right to classify all Wnnts Ads under appropriate heading* 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 omi«slon In advertising of any nfUure The Daily NEWS ohall not be held Imble for damages further thnn tl:.e amount received for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CAUD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER JS, 1911 1 day, 2c a word: minimum 80c. X days, 4c a word, minimum 60c. lo per word for each succeeding lisue alter the first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive USED CAK SPECIALS 1932 Chevrolet Cnncli. 1929 Ford 4-Door Sedan. 1932 Pontinc G Coujic. 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. mo Ford Coupe. 1929 Ford Tudor Krdon. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe. 1930 Inlcrmitionul Truelt. 1933 Masler Chevrolet Coupe. 1933 Ford V-S Tudor. Many Others—Terms TOM UOSE (Ford) USED CAR VALUES 1934 Chevrolet Coach 19U3 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Olds Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet 0-wliccl Coach 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Coupe Forty Others to Select From CULBERSON-SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. CARSON LOFTUS Boom 303, Combs-Worley Bldg. Phone 710 For Skle FOR SALE—General Elettric repossessed refrigerator. Can be bought for less than one-half cost. Bert Curry. 3c-255 FOR SALE OR TRADE —Pontiac town sedan, terms, Pastor Central Baptist Church. Phone 348. 6c-258 FOR SALE- Good income property, two modern duplex houses, six rooms, one H room, modern. Income $90.00 per month, all for $2,750.00. Sec W. T. Hollis, 525 South Faulkner after 5 p. in. lp-253 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS FOR SALE Pontiac coupe, good condition $90.00 A real bargain. 211 West Craven^ 3p-_255 FOR SALE—Seed barley, clean, no wheat. Write box 1738, Pampa. 6p-257 FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acre farm in Scott county. Ark. Ideal for fruit and truck. Good 5-room bouse, cellar house, smoke house, barn, chicken house all in gpod repair. Strawberries, peaches, apples nnd grapes. One-quarter iuile from school and church. Sec owner room 18, Marion Hotel, Pampa. 3p-254 FURNISHED 4-ROOM modern house. Newly papered and painted. Garage, 2 lots. 811 S. Barnes. Gp-257 "CHARIS FOUNDATION garnieht. For information call 87. r >-W or sec Mrs. B. K. Douglass, 940 Reid, Pampa. 6p-257 SUGAR CURE smoke salt for curing meat. 10 pound and 25 pound sacks cheap. Vandovcr's Feed Store. Phone 792. Gp-257 SPECIAL ALL tills week. 1.00 Ad- lerika, 79c for gas and stomach distresses. Richards Drug Company. Gc-257 WE ARE AS near as your telephone. Call 1240 for free delivery. Richards Drug Company. Gc-257 TWO^ROOM 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. 6c-257 Situations Wanted _ YOUNG WOMAN wants housework or care of children. 315 W. Francis. _ : _ 3t-354 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. ___ __ WORK WANTED by young lady. House work or care of children or will consider other work. 815 E. Gordon St. 3p-254 If Mrs. Roy Bourland will call nt the Pampa Daily NEWS office she will receive a free ticket to see Will Rogers in "The County Chairman," Monday or Tuesday. Miscellaneous DRIVE AROUND to our shop and let us repair that bent fender. Moore & Smith Body Shop. GC-257 RADIATORS CLEANED and repaired at bargain prices. Work guaranteed. Moore & Smith Body Shop. Phone 53. 6c-257 ~'If Mrs. E. F~Adams 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. IF YOUR SHOES neeJTIxirigT^We can. CHy Shoe Shop. Oc-257 WATCH AND CLOCK repairing. All work guaranteed by the oldest ' established jewelry concern. Quality Jewelry. 114 West Foster. Cc-257 IF YOUR BRAKES Need relining, we apply RUSCO—the brake lining which guarantees. Pampa Brake and Electric. 6p-257 IT ISN'T A HOME until it's planted. Buy your roses, trees and shrubs from Clayton Floral company. 6c-257 NEW SPRING samples on display. 3,000 samples. Prices lower this spring. Seeing is believing. Curlie Forsyth, The Postoffice Tailor, first door'west of postoffice. 6c'-257 FOR SALE OR TRADE—House and lot, consider used car. Bargain pi-ices on al! merchandise. Davis Trading Post. 317 South Cuyler. Gp-257 100 r ;, 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, luggage, men's clothing, etc. We pay highest prices for old gold. Jimmie's Variety Store. 319 South Cuyler, across street from Harris Drug. Gp-25 1 ! FOR SALE—1933 Auburn sport sedan. $250 worth of extra equipment. Classiest job in town. Big bargain, $650. Mr. Brodsky, care of the Vogue, 107 S. Cuyler. 3p-254 A COlvIPLETE LINE of Mrs. Hal^ fin's bird supplies, nests, nesting, breeding supplies. None better- better than most. 303 Roberta St, 3p-254 WANT-ADS RESULTS" THEY CLOSE UP LIKE CLAMS WHEN ARMY IS DISCUSSED And Results Are What You Are Looking For Th?y Find Lost Articles—Sell Used Cars—Sell Pets—Sell Household Goods—Sscurc Employment—Rent Spare Rooms —Rent Office Space—Rent Houses and Apartments—Sell Real Estate—Sell Farms and Lands—Sell Leases—Sell Livestock—Exchange Anything of Value—Secure Loans—Sell Businesses—Sell Permanent Waves and dozens and dozens of other things. Such problems as the above can nnd arc being tilled every day by PAMPA NEWS WANT ADS quickly and at a Low Cost. READ AND USE THE WANT ADS DURING 1935 TELEPHONE, Bring or Mall to This Office. WANT-AD IN THE NEWS Beauty Parlort PERMANENTS Our No Burnt permanents are beautiful, but not expensive. No students. Sort water Pads not used second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting. No hair or scalp burns. Eugene and Shclton permanent!* $1.50 to $7.50. Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door W«t New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop LOST—Pair glasses, pink golc frame, in black leather case, in ront of Canary Sandwich) Sliop Reward. 420 Sunset Drive. lp-253 LOST—Male brown, Pekinese dog Black face. Phone 353 or 277. 3C-25I5 LOST-—One 36x8 Goodyear tire mounted on rim, on road between Pampa and plant 4 miles south- ast of Pampa, Finder phone West- rn Carbon Co., 9043F2 for reward 3C-255 BETTY JANE BEAUTY SHOP. Call 476 for appointment. Equipped with new fast hair driers. Modern jOST—Red Jersey cow. Turned-ir horns. Wearing halter. Branded in right hip with open O. Reward 3 at Long, Route 4. Pampa. 3p-254 prices. Gp-257 SPECIALIZED WORK at prices you can afford. Orchid Beauty Salon, 209 Combs-Worley Bldg. Sc-254 For Rent 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. Pat- tcrson. 810 W. Foster. 3p-254 HAVE SOME repossessed automobiles at sacrificed prices. M. P. Downs Agency. Phone 336. 60-257 Board and Room North Frost. Mrs. E. D. Zimmerman. Phone 677-J. 3c-254 BOARD AND ROOM—Unusually pice room for two, adjoining bath. Gpod home cooking. 321 N. Somer- .yille. 3p-254 BOOM AND BOARD—Vacancy for 4 men, private home. Also bedroom in adjoining cottage. Private bath. Phone 503-J. 515 North Frost. 6c-257 Help Wanted MAN WANTED. Supply customers with famous Watkins products in Pampa. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R, Watkjns Company. 10-78 W. Iowa Ave., Menv ' phis. Tenn. lp-25.2 _ -• MALE JHEJjP WANTED— Steady employment. Weekly cash pay. Hberal contract. . Unique plans. Real opportunity—capable men. Jfid-Conttaent Life Insurance Cqjn- THREE-ROOM mooderil 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 Kingstnill and Ballard. 3C-2S4 CONTRACTS from $230.00 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 homo. D. C. Moore, ajjent 3p-254 NEW STUCCO house, 4 rooms and bath, screened back porch. Cheapest -fn town. 322 Roberta. 3p-254 BABY CHICKS now ready for delivery. Order now. Cole's Hatchery. 828 West Foster. Phone 1161. 6C-257 MUSHROOM HIGH test bulbs Guaranteed 1,000 burning hours Save 36 per cent in lighting cost See Curlie Forsyth. First door wesl Post office. Gc-257 LIGHT POWER winch for Ford 01 Chevrolet. If interested phone White Deer. 3p-254 3-ROOM house at Phillips Nortl: Gasoline plant, Meadows washer Singer machine. Chevrolet truck E. S. Matthews. 3p-254 FOR SALE—New black satin dress Size 1G. Too small for owner. Price $7.50. Phone 917. 3p-253 FOR SALE—Feeds, grains, salt seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zub's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR SALE—24 Per cent dairy ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR SALE—Few more pair White King pigeons. 513 South Sumnei Street. 12c-254 FOR SALE—New Zealand White rabbits, Chinchilla buck. 513 S Sumner St. 12c-25' For Trade FOB TRADE— 9-rQom block house clear, for Pampa house or duplex Mrs. Eltae Wioalow, Caaiadiac, Tex- Vc-855 as, BOX 75. 3p-255 FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping room. Adults only. No pets. 825 West Kingsmill. lc-253 FOR RENT—4-room modern house. Furnished, bills paid. 027 North Russell. 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. Sc-254 DESIRABLE BEDROOM, nice furniture, adjoining bath. Private home. GDI North Frost. • Gp-257 THREE-ROOM APARTMENT in duplex. 1U> miles west of Pampa t>y 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. H. L. Polley 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-254 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. 307 North Banks. Men only 3c-253 FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Youi Laundry. American Hotel. 6c-25< FOR RENT—Bedroom, next to bath Basement garage. Furnace heat 446 Hill St. 6c-253 Wanted To Buy WANTED Several horse or mul< colts or young horses. Call or sei me, care Prey Hotel. F. W. Barker 6p-258 WANTED—Particular ladies to send your particular dresses to ou particular cleaners. Voss Cleaners Phone 660. 6c-25' WANTED—Men, women and chil drcn's clothes to clean. Vos, Cleaners. Phone 660. 6c-25' WANTED—Alterations and repair of all kinds for our expert tailors Voss Cleaners. Phone 660. lc-257 NOTICE We buy jU"k batteries, radiators, tires, tubes, brass pistons, and copper wire. Automobiles bought for salvage. C. C. MATHENY 923 West Foster WANTED TO Buy—New and used furniture. 310 South Cuyler. Lost STRAYED OR STOLEN—White Persian cat. Return to 421 North Gray and receive reward or Phone 51. Sc-254 GST—Man's bill fold containinB cash, check, and papers Friday light. Box 426, Pampa NEWS. 3p-254 Personal iTOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, AND INDIGESTION victims, why uffer? For quick relief get a free ample of Udga Tablets, a doctor's prescription, at City Drug Stors. 3p-254 Legal Notice NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the lartnership heretofore existing be- wccn Clarence N. Barrett and Roy S. Bourland, under the firm name if B. & B. Lubricating Company las been by mutual assent dis- olvcd. All accounts due said firm .hall be paid to Clarence N. Bar- •ett, and all bills against said company may be presented to him or payment, at the old location, vhero he is continuing the 'busi- less. CLARENCE BARRETT. ROY S. BOURLAND. Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18. Misses Big Trial Although her sister, Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh, and her mother, Mrs. Dwigbt MOWOW, are daily confronted with the terrors of the Hauptmau trial, Morrow, above, youngest daughter of the late financier, is busy ith coll'ge activities. She's pictured htve In Washington, D. C., where she attended a meeting of, Smith College alutunae, BY LOUIS P. LOCHNER Associated Press Foreign Staff (Copyright, 11130, by The 1 AsKOcmlcd 1'roan) BERLIN. Jan. 28.—German military circles declined to become excited today over news that in Geneva nnd other European centers uneasiness exists because of Germany's attitude toward armaments. The reichswehr (standing army) was represented to the Associated Press by a well-informed source as feeling: "We don't believe any government would be so mad as to start war with us over our arms policy." Of the exact details of this arms policy, no reich official will speak. Qermaiis prUde themselves on their almost brutal frankness, but when it conies to discussing their military affairs, they shut up like clams. All the world knows that Germany is re-nrmlhg vigorously. But you can no more get an admission of this obvious fact than you can get a dyed-in-the-wool Nazi Do concede that Adolf Hitler isn't infallible. "The question or Germany's armaments is a highly political one, to which Adolf Hitler alone can give the answer," General Werner von Blomberg, minister of defense, said in an interview. Adolf Hitler is not likely to break the German official silence. I confess I don't understand this reticence. Apparently I am in good company, for no less a statesman than ex-Premier Stanley G. Baldwin of Great Britain publicly pleaded with Hitler to "raise the veil of secrecy" with reference to Germany's rearmament. Baldwin, it seems, accepts Germany's rearmament, respite Teutonic asservation to the contrary, as a fact, but believes the peace of the world would be better served if the Germans stated right out what their game is. ' Instead, there is rumor mongering both within and without Germany of a kind that is calculated to intensify the feeling that Europe s sitting on a smouldering volcano. The resident foreign correspondents in Germany for the most part take the position that they ire not in Germany to act as military spies. The longer these correspondents lave lived in Germany, however, the wider is their range of acquaintances. Hence, despite themselves, those who have been stained here for more than a decade, lear all sorts of things that, in the absence of official figures, conjure up in our minds a picture of war- ike preparations .that is probably much gloomier than reality. This is the sort of thing that happens: A friend of many years standing, in able engineer, suddenly chucks ,iis job and moves with his family ;o Muenster, where there is a large reichswehr garrison. He was a major in the old imperial army, and •ated as an exceedingly able army engineer. I didn't embarrass this friend by asking why he's going to Muenster. The answer is altogether too obvious; he rejoined the army. In the absence of an official statement as to the strength of the rearmed reichswehr, I can scarcely be blamed if I regard such incidents from my immediate acquaintanceship as typical, and if I conjure up the vision of an army of three or four millions instead of the 100,000 permitted by the treaty of Versailles. Official figures probably would run to only three or four hundred thousand. But official figures are denied me. Mrs. Cummings, New Resident, Dies in Pampa Mrs. M. D. Cummings, 44, a resident of this community for only a month, died late Saturday night at the home of a step-daughter, Mrs. Chester Nicholson. She had been in failing health for some time. The family moved here from Paolo, Okla. Mrs. Cummings is survived by her husband, a daughter, Dorothy Maxlne, four sons, Clifton, Elton, Dilly and Kenneth, all at home, and two step-daughters, Mrs. Nicholson, Pampa, and Mrs. Opal Littlefield, Centrohoma, Okla. Other survivors are four sisters, Mrs. Ollie Bottoms and Mrs. Ruby Wise, both of Lindsay, Okla., Mrs. Sadie Dale, Bose- dale, Okla., and Mrs. Queen Averiett, San Bernardino, Qal., and 3 brothers, T. T. Killian, Pauls Valley, Okla., M. L. Killian, Detroit, Mich., and T. M. Killian, Tuls,a, Okla. Funeral services were to be con^ ducted at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in the First Methodist church with the pastor, Rev. Gaston Foote, 'officiating. Burial was to follow in Fairview cemetery, under direction of Pftmpa Mortuary. Pallbearers named were K. E. Chapter 46. fcACE'5 END. With both hands gripping the tiller, Jerry drove straight for the gap. A deluge of surf swept over us, half filling the well, but shaking herself like a drenched 4og, the stout little ship struggled gallantly on. Twice she bumped heavily, pitching me against the rail. Then another blinding torrent poured in over our bows, and with a final conclusive shudder we slithered forward into deep water. "They've found it—look at 'emI" Jerry's voice rang out clear above the roar of the breakers, and opening my eyes, I stared back over the dripping counter. I was just in time to witness the end. Fifty yards behind us, in the very center of the fairway, the big cutter was slewing drunkenly round. I saw Orloff spring to his feet, and at the same instant the heavy boom swung over with a crash. It caught him full on the side of the head, knocking him backwards into the sea. Then a. huge wave broke against the stranded vessel, burying her from my sight beneath a cloud of spray. It was Jerry who was the first to speak. "Which of the swine was it, Nick?" he asked. "Not by any chance your pal, Peter?" I spat out a largo mouthful of the North Sea. "I'm afraid so," I replied. "It's very annoying, because there were quite a lot of things I wanted 1 to say to him." straight into old Beckenhnm's private sanctum. "The assistant commissioner was here too, and some other bloke Who, I gather. is a bit of a noise at the O. Beckenham did most of the talking. He began by explaining that the reason he'd sent for us was because certain things had happened that both the police and the government were particularly anxious to keep out of the newspapers." (Coiiyriithl. 1M4. 1'iMiii VuMlsliim: Co.) Nick and Molly get sonic gftod news, tomorrow. NEW YORK, Jan. 28. M 1 )— The stock market displayed a downward slant today, although trading was still relatively dull. The rails and metals led the drifting movement with declines of uround 1. to 2 or more points. The utilities were hesitant. The close was heavy; Transfers approximated 700,000 shares. Am Tel ...... 20 104V, 103 : !i 103% AT&SF 32 "Don't get up, Nick, darling. I'll light it for you." .. Molly struck a match and held il to the cigaret which I had just placed between my lips. "What did the doctor think about you this morning?" she asked. "He was most encouraging. Sale that I'd mended up in great style and that as far as he could see the shoulder would be as good as ever." I settled myself back; gingerly again the cushions. "I'll have these bandages off in another week," I added, "and then we can get married." Molly gave a little contened laugh. "Better say a fortnight. You might hurt it again if you started hugging me too soon." "All the best games," I objected, 'have a: certain element of danger. It's supposed to add to the attraction." The door opened and Dawson advanced towards the sofa, carrying a tray. "Your beef tea, sir." I eyed him with some disfavor. "I'm sick of beef tea," I said. "Couldn't I have something else just for a 17 12 B & O 38 Barnsdall 4 Bendix 25 48 40 El P&L 4 Gen Elec 224 Avia Corp Baldwin .. Beth Stl Du Pont Gen Mot 130 Gillette ...... 9 change?" "Not until lunch time, sir. The Goodrich Goodyear ... Chrysler Con Oil Cont Oil Del Int Harv ... Hit Tel .... 12 . 21 126 . 37 ..25 . 16 103 Penney 24 Morris, O. N. Frashier, B. H. Doughty, Albert Npjan, Harry Stevens, and Ollie Smith. —^-——-•» '—. Chris Baer's condition is much improved, friends here have learned. Mr. and Mrs. Bfler arp hi Jacksqn- ville, Fla., visiting friends. Mir. Buer is able to be out of the hosr doctor was particularly firm on that point." Molly patted my ami. "Be a good boy and drink it up, Nick. Jerry and Mi-. Cresswell will be here in a few minutes, and they're sure to have some news for us." "I hope so," I said, taking a reluctant sip. "I don't know exactly what the home office me playing at, but it's quite time they got a move on of some sort." "They've been horribly slow," agreed Molly. "Al the same, things are bound to come right in the long run. I expect they can't quite make up their minds what to do about Mrs. Gowlland." "How is she?" I asked. "You went to see her last night, didn't you?" Moly nodded. "She's still at the same house in charge of that policewoman. They've been quite nice and all that sort of tiling, but even now ,she doesn't know whether they're going to prosecute her. "I wish they'd settle it one way or the other. I've taken a couple of furnished rooms for her at Bournemouth under another name, and if they'll only let her out she can go down there and get well. After that I mean to give her some money and send her to New Zealand. She's got an unmarried brother out there, who's devoted to her. She's going to live on his farm and look after him." "You're a brick, Moly," I said, stroking her hair. "I wish all beau-r tiful women were as kind as you are." She leaned over and kissed me. "Don't be foolish, Nick. There's nothing kind about helping Sirs. Gowlland—why. I just feell can't do too much for her. If she hadn't told us the truth, we'd never have found the formula." '"Talking of that," I said, "I wonder when we shall hear from Avon. He's had it for over a week now." "Oh, I'm not worrying. Father never made mistakes, and besides, according to Mr. Cresswell, Sir William was absolutely convinced the moment he read it. They must test the thing, of course, and that's bound to take a little time." "Well, I wish they'd hurry up," I said, "if it's all correct I shall have to buy some striped trosures and a morning coat. One can't marry a millionairess hi a lounge suit." There was a bang outside, followed by voices in the hall, and the next moment Jerry and 1 Mr. Cresswell appeared in the doorway. "I said they'd have some good news!" Molly jumped UP find darted towards them. "Oh, do tell us what it is. I can see I'm right from your faces." Jerry caught her two hands, ancj drawing her towards him, kissed her gently but firmly on the tip of the nose. "Keep cool, my child," he said, "this Celtic impulsivenss is out of place in a sicju-ooin," He turned to Mr. Cresswell. "What about it?" he inquired. "Shall I 9pill the glad ings, or will they come more im- Phll Pet Repub Stl . Sears M K T ... M Ward .. Nat P&L . Ohio Oil ., Skelly Simms — Sou Pac .. Sou Ry .. S O Ind . S O N J ... Stukebaker Tex Corp . Un Garb . 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A.)—Hogs 6,000; mostly 15-25 lower than Friday's average; top 7.80; 140-160 Ibs, 6.75-7.35; 160-350 Ibs, 7.00-7.80; sows, 275-500 Ibs, 6.257.50. Cattle 13,000; calves 2000; killing classes opening slow, Steady to weak; best fed steers early 11.60; steers, good and choice, 550-900 Ibs, 7.75-11.75; 900-1500 Ibs, 8.50-12.25; common and medium, 550 Ibs up, 4.25-9.25; heifers, good and choice, 550-900 Ibs, 6.50-10.25; cows, good, 5.25-6.25; vealers, (milk fed), medium to choice, 5.50-10.00. BY QUINCY EWING, Associated Press Staff Writer. BATON nOUGE, La,, Jan. 28 W)— The storm center of the tense • hosltllty between Huey P. Long's armed forces and shotgun bearing ciilzcns enraged at the Senator's dh'tntorfiliip veered northward to- . day toward the fiery FCliclana parities where tight-lipped anti- Lpng countrymen closely guarded their plans. While reinforced troops of national guardsmen maintained strict martial law in the city of Baton Rouge, throwing a military ring of steel around the capital's state buildings, rumblings of resentment reverberated in the parishes of West Feliciana; and East Feliclano, hotbeds of anti-Long sentiment. Fred C. Wilcox, West Feliciona's sheriff named by Senator Long in connection with what the dominating master of Louisiana's government said was a plot to "murder" him, predicted; immediately exten- tion of martial law to his parish and said no one could tell what might hjappen. ' In the two Feliciana's, public officials ranked as anti-Long leaders were difficult to locate, and private citizens in the towns of St. Francisville and Clinton, the parish seats respectively of West and East Fe- « liciana, kept grim silence about the situation. In St. Francisville, Wilcox after his prophecy of immediate martial, law, entered an automobile and sped away, followed by another machine occupied by several men of solemn expression. In Clinton, where the town's lights went out and scores of armed men, members of the local "home guard" formed in opposition to Long's state control, paced the streets after martial law was proclaimed in Baton Rouge, citizens had nothing to say, except to give the formal reply of "I don't know" to all questions. Although extension of martial law from the parish of East Baton Rouge and the city of Baton Rouge to the Felicianas was expected, Adjutant^ General Raymond H. Fleming of' the national guard branded the sup- josition as "silly." Meanwhile, the militia and state, police, with Long back in Washing- on, far from the strife scene where IB claimed his life was threatened, •ested on their arms and waited for iiiti-Long citizens to make the next no ve. The militia was encamped in Ba- icn Rouge apparently for an indefinite stay. The guardsmen were nobilized Saturday just before Senator Long opened a court "inquiry" nto what he said was a plot of several public officials to have him vaylaid and "murdered" on the New Orleans-Baton Rouge highway. Soon after the "inquiry" was adjourned when Long said he couldn't :ind his "witnesses" whom he also lamed as conspirators, a hundred citizens assembled at the East Ba- .on Rouge airport armed with shotguns, rifles, and pistols. They were* arrested or dispersed by guardsmen and one of their number was shot and seriously wounded in a manner not definitey determined. He was« given a chance to recover. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 28. (IP)— Tlie market ruled fairly active all morning but prices eased off owing to weakness in sterling, lower stocks and grain, some hedge selling and long liquidation, induced by fears of the gold decision. Late in the morning March dropped to 12.35, May to 12.39, July to 12.40 and Oct. to 12.29, or 12 points on all months below Saturday's close. Near noon th tone was slightly steadier and July and October, recovered one point from the lows. BUTTEJR CHICAGO, Jan. 29. W— Butter, 3,034, steady; creamery specials (93 score) 35%-%; extras (92) 34%; extra firsts (90-91) 33%-34; firsts (88-89) 32'4-33; seconds (86-87) 3131%; standards (90 centralized caiv lots) 33 %. Eggs, 3,824, steady; extra first cars 27'/..-28%; fresh graded firsts cars 27-28%; cun'ent receipts 26id; refrigerator's 24%. pressively from you?" The lawyer smiled. "Go ahead with your report, Sly Jerrold. I am convinced that you will d,p full J.US' *iee to it." '"Well,'it's real <Jyed'in-the-wooJ hush-hush stuff." Jerry seated liter self on the foot o,f the sofa.. "Y9U understand that, of course. When we got to we were Only one regular, Dave Meek, returned to the basketball >vars foi University of Calirofnia season, SEE M. P. 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