Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 9, 1935 · Page 3
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**«**<*»* I Stunt To Be Setm Here Tomorrow ¥ORK, Sept. 9. (/P)—Stocks wifkfea" at cross purposes In today's mafkel, a number getting into new high ground for the year while others were unsettled by profit taking. Hie ticker tape fell behind in a fast morning buying flurry, but trading later turned quiet as further realizing appeared. The close was somewhat irregular. Transfers approximated 2,000,000 'hares. Ahi dan ..... 26 144% 143% 144 Am Rad 137 18% 18 18 Am T&t .... 38 144'A 142% 143% AnaC 168 19% 19% 19% AT&SF ...... 62 53% 52 53 Bald Loc ... 17 2% 2W 2% B & O 138 17% 16% 17,14 Batnsdalt .... 11 9</t 9% 9VI Ben Avia .... 171 2194 20% 20% Beth Stl .... 205 40% 38% 39% Can Pac 50 11 10% 10% Case J I .... 52 79% 78 78 Chrysler .'... 453 70Vi 67% 69%. Col O El .... 241 13% 13% 13VI Coml SolV ... 201 20% 19% 20% Somw Sou ... 32 2 1% 2 Co« Oil .... 59xd 9 8% 8% COn Can .... 19 86% 86 86% Cont Mot .... 12 IK 1% 1% Cont Oil .... 50 20 19% 20 CUr Wri .... 52 2% 2% 2% 0U Pont 38 124% 123 123% Gen Elec .;.. 337 34% 33 33% Gen Mot .... 583 46 45% 45% Gen Pub Svo 2 3% 3% 3% Gileltte 41 18% 17% 18% Goodrich .... 126. 10% Goodyear 9% 10% 154 21% 20% 21% 2% 3 112 16% 15% 16 32 57% 56% 57% Hous Oil New 5 111 Cent Int Harv Nnt Nick Can 40 29% 29% 29% Int T&T .... 172 11% 11% 11% Kelvin 19 12% 12% Konnec 103 24 Mid Cont M K T . M Ward .. ..448 37% 36 Nat Dairy ... 142 16'/t 15% Nat Dist ..... 188 31% 31% 31% N Y Cen .... 464 26% 25 Packard .... 141 5 Penney 8 82% Penn R B ... 101 29% 29% 29% Phil Pet .... 102 27% 28% 27% Pub Svc N J 21 43% 43 Pure Oil .... 21 9 Ra/'-o ; 578 8 Repub Stl .. 158 19 7 /« 19 12% 23% 23% 20- 10% 10% 10% 10 5 4% 4% 36% 16 31 25% 4% 4% 82% 82% 43 8% 8% 7% 7% 19% Sears 208 61% 59% 60% Shell Un .... 30 10% Simms. 7 6 Soc Vac Sou Pac Sou Ry Std Brds 9% 5% 9% 5% 84 11% 11% 11% 130 20% 20 20% 9% 9% 101 10 173 14 13% 13% S O Cal ....'28 33% 32% 32% S O Ind .... 37 257, 25% 25% S O Kan .... 1 21% S O N J .... 27 45% 44% 45% Studebaker .. 88 4% 4% 4% Tex Corp ... 27 ' 20 19% 20 T P C&O .... 9 6% 6% 6% Un Carb •'.:,. 34 65% 65 65% Un Oil Cal .. 16 18% 18 16% Un Pac .... 16 102% 101 101% Un'Carb .... 8 63% 62% 63% U,S Rub ..;. 135 16% 15% 15% U S Stl .... 384 47% 45% 46% New York Curb Stocks Cities Svc ... 58 2% 2 2% Eleo B&S ... 198 14% 13% 13% Ford Mot Ltd 13 8% 8% 8% Gulf (Oil 6 60% 59% 60 Humble , 9 56% 56% 56% CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Sept. 9. (^—Downturns of grain values formed the rule here today despite further sharp advances in quotations overseas. Possibilities of a surprise in the United States government August crop report tomorrow afternoon did much to restrain sepculative buyers. Wheat closed unsteady, %-l% under, aSturday's finish, Dev. 93Vl-%, com % off to 'A up, Dec. 55%-%, oats %-% down, and provisions varying from 12 cents decline to i rise of 2 cents. Wheat: ! Sept. ..' 1 Dec. ... May • GRAIN TABLE High Low ... 92% 91 '.. 94% 93% "96% 94'/ a . Close 91% 93%-% 94% : 95 , KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Sept. 9 (AP)— (U, S. P. A.)— Hogs 1800; mostly 10 higher than Friday's average; others slow, around steady; top 11.40 on choice 190-240 Ibs,; bet- i ter 180-250 Ibs, to shippers 11.20' 40; good sows 9,50-10.00. i' Cattle 23,000; 'calves 3,000; beef steers and yearlings opening steady to strong; other killing class- ,es generally steady; choice medium weight steers 'held 'above 11,00; several loads grass steers early 6.757,95; selected vealers 9.50. iSheep 7,000; slaughter lambs strong to 10 higher; odd lots, sheep about steady; early top native lambs 10.00; .most sales 9.75-10.00. You picked the winning home-laugh when you bet on this Jttan (tubs, daring motorcycle rtfer of Col. Reg Bobbins' hel! rldets, who Ml drive his speeding motorcycle through a bnrnirur boAfd' wall Tuesday night at Road Runner park. Old Car Stripped A farmer residing east of Pampa reported to city officers yesterday that he had discovered a car, stripped, east of the city along the railroad right-of-way. Officers found a model T. Ford with both rear wheels, one front wheel, and the battery missing. The car bore license number 854-672. Dee Graham Returns Lieut. Dee Graham returned yesterday from Henley field, Dallas, where he has been on active service duty for the last two weeks. The group of reserve officers was put through a stiff course of instruction, including flight work, cross country flying, observation and inside study. Classes opened at 6 o'clock in the morning. Theft Reported A leather jacket, a flash light, an Eastman camera, and a sack of groceries, were stolen from Bert Howell's car; parked in the 100 block on East Klngsmlll avenue, Saturday night. The car had been left unlocked a few minutes. The theft was reported to city officers. Reports to Tucson Mr. and Mrs.' Aldcn Spees and daughter' have gone to Tucson, Ariz., where Mr. Spees reported to the district office of the' Civilian Conservation corps of that area. Mr. 'Spees, holding a lieutenant's commission, was in charge of a CCC camp in New Mexico last year. Car Recovered A 1932 Pontiac. car, stolen from downtown Pampa Saturday night, was found yesterday three miles east of the city. A farmer called the sheriff's department that the abandoned car had been found, The owner was notified. Suitcase Stolen A suitcase, containing three work shirts, underwear, 'and socks, was stolen from a caboose near the Fort Worth and Denver depot last night. Setting Found An onyx settng for a ring, bearing a fraternity emblem, was found at the County club following the college dance Friday .night. Mrs. Del Love has the setting and will give it to the owner upon identification. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson have moved into their new home at 815 North Frost street. Mrs. E. W. Voss was a week-end visitor in El Reno and Oklahoma City.: Mrs. K. G. McDonald was admitted to Pampa-Jarratt hospital this morning. Mrs. Erwin Cooper and son were dismissed from PamparJarratt hospital- yesterday afternoon. Mrs. J. A. McElrath and son were taken to their home in Nbelett yesterday from Pampa-Jarratt hospital yesterday. Mrs. B: L. Adams and son left Pampa-Jarratt hospital yesterday. Chris Martin made a business trip to Oklahohia City over the week-end. DOHENY (Continued From Page 1) scandals of the Harding administration, Involved in Scandal. Attention centered on Doheny in connection with a senate probe of leases involving the Elk Hills and Teapot Dome naval reserves which had been granted by Albert B. Pall, secretary of the interior. Doheny and Fall were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government in the transfer of the Elk Hills lease. Pall allegedly receiving $100,000 from his old friend, Doheny, whereby operation of the Elk Hills field was turned over to the Donhey-controlleci Pan- American Petroleum company. Doheny contended the money was merely a loan and not to be connected with the lease transaction, Fall was convicted and Doheny was acquitted. Born Edward Laurence Doheny at Fond Du Lac, Wis., August 10, 1856, the future Croesus was graduated from his school and then began grubstaking for gold and silver in the Black Hills of North Dakota. The gold quest brought him to California in 1890, and in partnership with C. A. Canfield, he eventually turned to prospecting for oil in the area around Los Angeles. He brought in his first well in 1892, the forerunner of strikes up and down California', New Mexico, Mexico, Peru, and British Guinea. Opened Tampico Field. About 1910 Doheny hit the famous deposit near Tampico, Mexico, which brought into being the huge Mexican Petroleum company. At 44, Doheny had made his first million. In 1916, long after he had built the first pipeline out of Mexico—a line so-called experts labeled "absurd"—Doheny sank a record breaking well. It yielded 260,000 barrels a day until closed in. • • • In succeeding years Doheny's companies struck oil in new California fields, in New Mexico and South America', and his fleet of oil tankers was one of the largest in the world. It was not until 1925 that he began "letting up" a bit. At this time he began centralizing his many holdings, and the post of vice president and general manager Was created and intended for his son, Edward L. Doheny II. Young Doheny, noweyer, was killed in 1929 by a temporarily deranged servant, and E. M. Sands, associated with the oil magnate for 17 years, took over the position. Horses Responding To Treatment for Sleeping Sickness Additional reports of sleeping sickness of horses are being received here by Dr. T. J. Worrell. Most of the cases are near White Deer. Good results are being obtained by using a serium on sick animals and a vaccine on others. The vaccine is difficult to obtain because of the rather widespread demand for it. The disease is believed to be spread by mosquitoes. lOc - State - 20c G James Cagney Ann Dvorak NEWS Want Ads are effective. School Days Are Back . . . So to this column of the biggest stars in the business . . . ADD a story with pulse- stirring' drama — turbulent romance — strange adventure, and the answer is—' Chfna Seat Barlow's greatest role. . . to love her was dynamite! To spurn her was—? Also Color Cartoon — Par. News Phil Spitainy Orchestra Now Showing MISS BEULAH MACKEY YATES ' Pampa News Cooking Instructress 1 Chooses WARD'S WINDSOR PRESSURE COOKER , For Her Demonstration Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday at CITY AUDITORIUM ATTEND THE SCHOOL EACH DAY ..".J' SEE AM. SIZE COOKERS ON DISPLAY AT MONTGOMERY WARD <5fl? f r> *' ~-£S 1 7 , .i..t.. \, . " . J..'., .. CHICAGO, Sept. 9. (/P)—Butter, 13,886, unsettled; creamery specials (93 score) 26>/ t -y,; extras (92) 25%; extra firsts (90-91) 25-25V1; firsts (88-6S) 23K-24M; seconds (88-87) 22M:-23; standards (00 centralized carlots) 25'4. Eggs 6,400 firm; extra firsts cars 27M, local 26%; fresh graded first cars 26%, local 26H, •current receipts MIAMI, Fla., sept. 9 (/P)—A report to President Roosevelt characterizing the heavy casdalty list from lasl ricane 8% "act of *3oaV" Mid iiot directly blamtttie Id an? rrumati element, was on ltd way ttf Washington today. : '• .- * 5 DAYS ONLY - ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT SALE OF GAS STOVES A tremendous purchase makes possible this great price savings. Large selection of either console or table models. Use Ward's convenient plan of easy payments! SAVE! $6.00 Monthly, Small Carrying Charge DIANA CONSOLE GAS RANGE NOTE THESE FEATURES: • Skyscraper construction! Steel frame and legs. . . Steel panels. Full porcelain enamel! •Double quick full insulated oven! No preheating! Robertshaw control. • Drawer type broiler. • Removable easy cleaned burners. • Automatic lighting, one piece. Double Duty porce- lained burners! . ' Handsome New Low-Price Gas Radiant S7.95 The sturdy cast-iron. frame is attractively finished in brass. The five double radiants are good • quality ceramic tile. Approved by the American Gas Association. See it! Quick, Cheery Heat with This Gas Heater S2.50 Asbestos back glows attractively and reflects heat. The body is strong steel with nickeled trim. Just the thing for chilly mornings. See Wards low price! *Thc Ward low price means just this: compared with similar quality elsewhere, this Ward item is bound to save you money! Oil Circulating Heater with Cook Stove Inside Quick, smokeless, odorless heat. These features • Two range size wickless burners give hot blue flame! • 7-quart kerosene tank! • Heats 1 to 2 rooms quickly, easily, healthfully! • Sturdy steel cabinet all walnut porcelain enameled I • Needs no flue connection! • Burner chimneys chrome steel—long lasting! No Finer Gas Range At This Low Price! $4.00 DELIVERS Small Carrying Charge These Few Features show you what to expelt: Full porcelain finish. • Automatic lighter. Storage compartment. • Black and white finish. P Double Quick insulated Robert.shaw heat control. • Porcelain Star type burners. , Small Carrying Charge Porcelain-Lined Oven! Gas Saving Grates As Illustrated with or without heat control. Think of it! A full sized modern gas range at tiiis price, with roomy broiler and semi-ericlosed grates! And Wards Double Quick Oven! Ivory porcelained front panels,'splasher and oven top. ' . Stove Accessories Hose Connections 12 in. copper ... 18 in. Copper 24 in. Copper 38 in. Rubber SO in. Rubber Gas Cock Gas Valves 30c 37c 35c 45c 25c 40c All Rubber Connections Approved by A. G. A. Gas Bath Heater S2.25 Quick heat for chilly morn- Ings 1 Portable. Porcelain enameled ivory & green or white. Quick Heating Lightweight G*s RADIANT $6.50 You'll get lots of service from this low pjl- ced heater. Good quality ceramic 6 double tile radiants, sturdy »U steel body. Clean, odor- * less. Black finish, Nipl?^ eled trim.

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