Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 9, 1935 · Page 9
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Pampa, Texas
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Monday, September 9, 1935
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In eu« of any «mr or an omlf iton , la kdnrtlilng of any nature Th« Dally NBWB lhall not b« held IbbU tor tnuM further than tht amount n- l*«r for wen adttrtlilnt. LOCAL RATH OAR& •mCTIVK NOVEMBER It, Mil 1 *W, to. a word: mlnjmum 80e. •i-'iiVi, «o a word, minimum to*. 1« Mr word for «»ch racettdlnc Una lifter thi tint two IMOM. The Parmpa Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—10x12 sheet rock house. $37.00. Call at McCalip Courts, Cabin No. 20. lp-133 F.OR SALE—Used radios. One .'34 model, Ford, first class. One '33 Ford,'good condition. Several table model home radios. See them at the Big Radio. Sc-134 SEED WHEAT—1934 crop. 60 Ib. test $1.25 bushel. Five miles north Eampa. J, L. Cecil. Op-137 JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bldg. Beautiful ranch on highway near Eagle's Nest Dam in northern New Ulexico. Splendid farm land, pine timber, good fishing. Suitable 'for guest ranch or lodge. 22 R. Hotel In Pampa to exchange for residence, rooming house, or farm land. Also 400 a. well improved ranch near Clayton New Mexico, 'Sale or exchange, pown town cor. 81 by 45 and inside Ipt 25 by ,81 for lease. Res. and business lots for sale $50, $110, $200 and up. Residence property from $300 up Oc-137 FOR SALE—One 1052 gallon gas: oline truck tank, two compartments. Bargain. Box 14, Laketon Texas. 5p-136 FOR SALE—A good used trumpet Call 90 or see Chester Hunka- plllar at Pampa Drug 'No. 1. . Sc-134 F,OR SALE—Small grocery store fixtures and stock, 'faell, located Some cash, balance terms. Will consider" light car. 929 Ripley St. 3p'-138 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Equity in 1930 4-door 6-wlieel Plymouth sedan in clean condition. Want 28 or 29 Ford or Chevrolet or whal have you. Write box 3259, care o: Pampa News. ' ' - 3p-133 FOR SALE—60 acre farm sub-irrigated in Wheeler county. Well improved. $20 per acre. W. T. Hollis 122 N. Ballard. 3c-133 FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay, 55c. bale Zeb's Feed Store. , 3p-13r FOR SALE—12x30 building to be moved. Call at 508 S. Ballard. L 3f-133 FOR SALE—John Deer row binder Would consider good milk cow 01 same. J. F. Schmidt, 2 .miles north 2 and one-half west of Pampa. 3p-133 FOR SALE—Brassie and spoc^n, •nearly new; also No..2 iron; al lefthanded. See Hoare, Pampa Daily News. 3f-133 FOR SALE—Two slide trombones a a bargain. See them at No-D-La; Cleaners. Phono 753. 6p435 FOR SALE—Business building 25x50 -.- and 2 chair barber shop in Mobeetie, with living quarters in rear E. C. Carter, Mobeetie, Texas. FOR'SALE—Pen American C melod; saxophone, with case. Call Grace Hilliardiat 831-W. • 4p-l33 FOB SALE by John W. Crout and . Son, painting and paperhanging Office phone 341, Johnson Hardware Co. 211 N. Purviance. , 280rl3t .FOB SAIiE—25x50 frame buil'ding in >Ne\v M.obeetie. To be moved. E O, Oartpr. Mobeetie. 6p^l84 For Bent FOB'RENT—Nicely furnished fron beflroforo to gentlemen' or couple Kitchen privileges if desired, yJ. 1133.E. Francis. . _„ housekeep Ing room. Modern, Adults only 825 west.Kingsmlll. 2c-l3 _„ „„., . room fuvnishe. house. Also two room furntshei . front apartment with • Prlgidaii'e . Prey. Hotel. ' 30-13 TpJNT—Fumtehed -$2J,5Q per month.' Bills paid SecpjWl I house north Telephone bldg -•••••••• • • : nex . 806 N.Ffost. Phone 748-W .T^-Bedroom, >clpso. -in ;blades from 'town. 211 N front bed rppni, plpse i|i. 207 E. Browning. 3c-13 RENT—So^h bedrpom, jotatag, bath, men preferred. 31 -N, Qray, 3c-i3 ', V W^TW^^^*^ 0 ' ,,^ ^Wfe :^Wr%^ ' \ .ryl^Rpf 1 - Beauty Parlors PECIAti FOB one Wek! Free rinse with each Shampoo, and finger vCi Phone 414. 316 W, Francis. . , 6c-138 iETTY CQOFER-, formerly with Capitol Hotel Beauty shop of .rtiarillo, now with Mrs. Eribody in- itcs .her friends and customers -to all'on her. 316 West Francis. Sc-135 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 alt of our customers. Hodges Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe Balcony United — Phoilc 898 OIL PERMANENTS Moitey Back 'Guaranteed Not to Burn .Your Scalp, or Hair Pcrmancnts $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, -Duiirts, Frederics, Shclton Pcrmanents Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SllOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves Duar't* permancnts ?1.95 Eugene Spiral.or Reverse Spiral ... r.$B.OO ZULA BROWN BEAUTX SHOPFE Hotel Adams Phone 315 Permanent -Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye,and lash dye ..'... 35c ; MRS. HARRY DEAN ilZ'A N. Frost Phone 308 Work Wanted • EXPERIENCED, YOUNG lady wants housework. Room and board in a Christian home considered more than wages. 107 N. Gray. ,. 3dh-134 If. Mrs. M. ii. Tarplcy will call at Jie office of the Pampa Daily News jefore 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. YOUNG LADY wants work in private home in exchange for room and board while attending school n Parana. Olsen looms., No. 8 and 9. \ 3f-134 WORK WANTED—Laundry work wanted by lady -who guarantees ;o please. 50c per bundle when soap is furnished. 815 East Gordon. 4dh-135 WORK WANTED—Lady wants house work by day. References furnished. Expert at house cleaning. 815 East Gordon. 4dh-134 WORK WANTED — Combination stenographer-bookkeeper desires employment with reliable concern. Experienced. P. O. Box 641. . 3f-133 WORK WANTED—Middle aged man wants yard work. G. W. Carter. Tulsa Apartments, No. 9. . ' 2f-132 EXPERIENCED COOK wants job. Paul Scott. McLean, Texas. 3f-132 WANTED—House work by experienced -white girl for room, board and small wages. 405 N. Somerville. 3f-132 Miscellaneous Fancy Kentucky Blue Grass Seed .This year's crop extra heavy— 35c Pound \ * Also While Clover and English Blue Grass seed Fred Schneider Nursery «, Phono 706 717 -N. Gray FOR. SALE—Alfalfa hay, 55c bale Zieb's Feed Store. _ 3p-133 If Mrs. E. L. King will call al the off ice, of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Jea ? 1 Harlow in "China Seas" showing at the La, Nora Theater Monday or Tuesday. Loans Pay Atl Bills With One Loan! Person!! loin*, no eniotsttt required. $S TO $50 tntfncdlatt aervlce^-liotreirt ratM SALARY LOAN CO. t,. B. WAHREN, Mir. Pint National Blink Bnlldhi* Room 4 Phone 111 f$ SALARY LOANS It $5 TO $50 To Carbon Block and Oil Field Workers NO ENDORSERS; NO SECURITY All dealing? strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 109% BonUi Carter Street Over Elite Theater mamfmmfmmmmmifmtm Automotive MADAM K. VOBEL—Noted psychologist an,d spiritualist. reads ,your>. life's Innermost secrets on al affa,irs\'Business, Ipve, marriage, di vprce, working ^conditions. Give :names, dates,and facts; reunites th seplaiated. Hows 9-9 daily, Sunday SatMaotipn .guaranteed. Specia readings Sflc one week only. 418 N Frost. 9p-iW ME'HELP you with your land' Reaping. Fall is ap excellent time for planting, , Pftone me at 80 Thomas Clayton witft Clayton FJora Co. 410 E. Foster. 26C-143 RADIO BEPAII»§. All work don $$ reagpnaW? RriQes, J>a.vls. Eleatrio Co. . Lost •U8<&ri0fr£felW' _* ' i jfcj^^jfo-Av l$» ;• USED CATC VALUES! 1!)31 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 2511 192!) Chevrolet Coupe 100 1030 Chrysler Coupe 100 1921) Ford Coupe 50 1929 Oidsmobilc Sedan (>5 1D28 Chevrolet Coach ....... 50 1<)2S Ford Sedan 85 Several nice late model cars- to select from. CUtBERSON- SMALLINO CHEVROLET ."CO., Inc. • VUTOMOBIIJ3 REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor inn. EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1933 Oltlsmobile Coupe, good condition throughout, equipped with radio 1933 Pontiae Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with good radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate $525.00 192t Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear tires. ... This is a real buy at .... 1929 Ford Coach. . Good condition throughout. If you are In the market for ' ', cheap transportation look ; this one over ./. Small down payment and Easy Terms. Open Evenings 'Til 9 p. m. BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE 112 N. Somerville Phone 977 HARRY RAYSON Every once in a while a sports writer has something to be thankful for. In his humdrum existence of interviewing leading personalities in his field, Witnessing all the Important events on free dudats, and riding hither and yon at his paper's expense, there comes a time when he can be glad and Pollyannaesque, and agree that after all there Is something right with the world. This year this scrivenor has had opportunities to shed his mournful demeanor and be happy. We think those occasions would interest you First of all, the writer is glad he didn't witness the recent slugfest yoah, 'twas a songfest. wasn't it,'or just a plain wait?,?— between Bari- lono Buddy Bacr and Tenor Jack Doyle, the Irish Thrush. 'Twas my good luck to' be one of the thousands , who stayed away from the fight. Doyle gave n marvelous imitation of Joe Befckctt am" Phil Scott combined, and JBaer'.'- brulnish display of the fine point; uf boxing earned him' a fight will Kingfish Lcvinsky. The moral derived from their display of fistic ability Is that certain fish in the tropics climb trees. Another thing I'm thankful for Is that I missed the Bears-All-Stal grid game in Chicago. That tilt was supposed to determine the superiority of either college football ovei the program, or vice versa. Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY—A wardrobe trunk. Phone 502-J. ' lp-133 WANTED—Used radios, we pay cash. The Big Radio. . Sc-134 If Mrs. H. E. McCarley will call at lie 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. Room -and Board If a fiold goal and a safety can determine such a momentous qu tion, when most of the battle was fought in midfleld, and when college coa'chcs had only a few short weeks to teach one system to a group of kids who represented the pet ideas of every noted coach in the country, then certain fish in the tropics DON'T climb trees. I'm overjoyed that the Tigers and the Cards seem to be headed for a. repeat meeting in the .world series this year, because it will be a colorful classic, especially in Detroit where red, green, and orange will predominate. , The way those Cards arc playing, sliding into sacks with their spikei riding high, and frothing at the mouth at the slightest excuse, indicates that a shower of ripe tomatoes over-ripe cabbage, and soft oranges is due when the boys collide in Tigertown. I'm terribly merry over the fael that I wasn't present at the Davis Cup matches in England. The loss of the Americans in five straight sets was disappointing, to say the least; but the fact that little Blfcsy Grant wasn't in there pat-pattinj that sphere across the net woulc have baan-,a personal affront. WANTED—Men for room and board at 304 East Foster. ,Mrs. Laura Christopher. 2p-133 Bitsy has proved that he is , player of the Bunny Austin type— at his best when the chips are dowi and against overwhelming odds. HI can take the measure of Frank Shields, Don Budge, Wilmer Alii' son. or any other giant of the ne when big stokes are 1 in the pot, anc it was just the type of player tin Dixie Flyer is that Uncle San needed. • Lastly. I'm. glad I couldn't ge away to see the women's nationa golf championship played at Inter lachen, due to other pressing as signments. That meet was colorless, no mat ter what you may think, because o the absence of one character—Babe Didrikson. The absurd ruling that barred he from amateur competition because she had commercialized her running and jumping' ability kept from that tournament tlie greatest attraction in years. BOSS BLUE DEVIL mo e/o me- MAP... HlS ALABAMA. -TefM^ /A/ Wfi WS^ SMtf -1UF?£6 TIMES, K///VA///V6 lent, • H/S FDCWAU. I This CURIOUS Wtmp % HAVE FOUND P>(LA.KT AT ALTITUDES OF ie 4 poo peer/ DISEASED FL-ANTS ARE ABLB TO INFECT HEALTHY CROPS HUNDREDS OF MILES AWAV. ACCORDING TO'THE: LAWS OF A SWARM 0» BEES THAT HAS LEFT A HIVE CONTINUES TO BE THE OWNER'S PROPERTY, SO LONG AS HE CAN KEEP THEM IN S/GHT/ & 1935 BY NEA SERVICE. IN TOUCAN) USES ITS ENORMOUS BILL. AN AfSM.FOR. REACHING FRUIT MOST of (he spores gathered at High altitudes were from Jung: known to attack small grains and vegetables. Many funs discharge enormous numbers of spores into the air, and these. UC-JHB very light, are carried, many hundreds of miles. One mushrooir may discharge as many as IS billion spores. Camp's Greatest Fullback of All Time Dies at 48 NEW YORK, Sept. 9 (^—Football following of a quarter of a century ago toc 1 ay mourned Ted Coy, by many considered the greatest fullback in the history of the game. He died yesterday at the age of 47. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Broadway Tabernacle church. Coy played for Yale in 1907, 1908, and 1909, and was twice placed on Walter Camp's annual .nil-American team. Parke H. Davis and Camp both selected him for fullback on their respective all-tlme-all- America teams. ! He digd in New York hospital of lobar pneumonia after a heart attack. Coy married three times. His first marriage, to Sophie Meldrim rf Ashevllle, N. C., ended in di- vcrce in 1925. Two sons of this marriage survive him. They are Edward H. Coy Jr. and Peter Meldrim Coy. ' His second marriage was to the famous Jeanne Eagels. star of the play "Ruin." This union also was dissolved by divorce on July 14, 1928. Three weeks later he mar- iled Lottie Bruhn of El Paso, who survives him. THUMBS NOSE—PAYS S3 CSCEOLA, la., Sept. 9. (ff)— A thumb at the nose cost Jimmy Hor- ton, $3 today. . Horton drove up behind anotrft automobile.* It's SriveS 1 tfas wearifi a tan cap and uniform. Hortort'fj very good Mend, CUff- Cstrr, wttcf operates a service station, wears tan cap and uniform. Horion sailed by, playfully thumb^ ing his nose. Highway safety patrolmen als wear tan caps and uniforms^ Hence the $3 fine. Use Daily News classified ada. Comfortably Dr. Paul Owens The Optometrist W« specialize In fitting comfortable Glasses a> well aa the neweat styles. Owen Optical Clinic DR. PAUL OWENS, Optometrlat. First National Bank Bide. Phone it* AUTO LOANS See Us For Beady Cash To n Refinance. • Buy a new car. • Reduce payment*. • Raise money to meet btllfl. Prompt and Courteous Attention given all application*. PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg. Ph. 604 THIS CURIOUS WORLD V~ll t&OfC, ^'"'i'"'"^'"'"' 0 - t&^&f^s VOONQ (CEBEROS ARE CALLED CALVES/ THEV AR.E THE: OFFSPRING OF THE PARENT GLACIER../ WHEN A MAYFLY GOES BELOW THE WATER. TO LAY ITS EGGS, IT CAN REMAIN FOR. LONG PERIODS, SINCE IT WRAPS UP A SUPPLV OF AIR. IN ITS WINGS BEFORE GOING UNDER; FOUR ANIMALS ARE KNOWN AS GOPHERS" IN VARIOUS LOCALITIES OF THE! UNITED STATES/ , f=>OCK£T TRI-STATE FAIR SEPT. 14-21, AMARILLO HEREFORD SHOW HORSE RACES §tart Fri., September 13— 7 races daily—Big Purses—Mutuel Wagering ' World's Largest Carnival Beckmann & Rorcty'» stupendous midway attrac tloni and circus side show—New ridel —New shows I SPECTACULAR EXHIBITS Gleantlc Livestock, Agriculture, Poultry, Bomi and Domestic Aria Oisplnyi. FREE GATE! THE BIGGEST FAIR IN TEXAS THIS YEAR $4,500 In Cash Pro- Riiums — Competition open to world — The country's finest herds Big Added Attraction—Tri-State Fair! BARLEY-SADLER'S 3-RING-CIReUS (Formerly Bailey Bros.) G DAYS FEATURING JACK HOXIE, MOVIE STAR, IN PERSON Mile-long Free Street Parade, Noon, Sept. 16-18-30. Popular Prices! SCIENTIFIC names of animals frequently seem cumbersome, hard to pronounce, and most difficult to remember, but they pro- vent the confusing ot one creature with another. An animal may have several common names in one locality, but it has but one scientific name throughout the entire world, When in Amarillo Park With Fire Proof Storage Elton your ear In • modern garage. We have prompt delivery service, anywhere In the city. Complete Automobile Hotel Service, and we ar« Op«n All Nicht to terve yea. ^ Rule Bldg. Garage Phone Z12U Ird Street at r*nc BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best IB EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest In EVERY PROFESSION Accountants A B. ROBY 412 Cowbs-vVorley, R. 080W, Of 787 Attorney! PHILIP WOLFE 201 Cowbs-Worley Bide., Ph. 1269 Auditors —See Accountant! Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W. Foster, P 81 Boilers J. M. DEERING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 3. Barnes, Phone 292 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Doors liast Rex 1'Uealre, Ph. 760 ( Churches FIRS? METHODIST Gastpn Foqte, Minister, Phone 624 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E, Lancaster, PttstQr, Phone 620 ' City Qffiwt GHAY COUNTY REI4RP CITY OF PAMPA Bd. CHy Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 381 City Health Dept, City III. Ph. 1183 City Msrs. Office, City HI. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofc. City HI. P1181 Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Offices GRAY, COUNTY OF, CT. HOUSE Auditor & Treasurer, Ph. 1052 Constable's Office Phone 77 County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fin, Agt., Hw. Dwstr. Ph. W County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No. 1, Fh. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone £22 Sheriff's Office, Phone 215 Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1081 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman,, White, Phone )23* Florist* CLAYTON FLQRAJ, CO 410 B, Foster, Phone 89 Freight Truck Une» r-gee Mo^or FrcJgUt Lliief Hotels ........ K HOTEL 307 V* West Fcister Ave, Phone 952(i Insurance M. \\ DOWNS-AGENCY Comls-Worlcy Bldg., Phone SSI Laundries - Cleaners YOUB LAUNDRY & DRY CLNRS. 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 67S Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MCH. CO. Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 243 Motor Freight Lines l.EE WA'Y MOTOJl FREIGHT 500 West, Brown, Phone 870- Newspapers PAMP.A DAILY, NEWS 322 W,. Foster, Phone 698 PAMPA PfiBSS U5 S, B!ar|, DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 338 R. C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 i Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS ! Phone 666 Schools Baker E. Tuke Fltgne 931 High School 123 W. Francis Ph. 71; Horace Mann N. Bants Phone 939 Junior High 126 W. Francis, P. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone. ?57 Sam Houston, 900 N. Frost Ph«U91 School Garage, 706 N.Russl, Ph. 1157 Roy McMUlen, Court Hee., Ph,569 Supt. Pub. Schls, 129 W. Frcls,P,»57 Woodrqw Wuson, E. Prolog, P^Wl Transfer % 8$ftr*||f», ' PAMPA TRANSFER STQ. OQ< S0« W«-t Brown, State .... ..^s&^M&MlMyi^'V"' r. •* J «4tafe^teV',' 'i

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