Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 15, 1937 · Page 11
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Pampa, Texas
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I ftttffiSMIr* EVfctflNG, APfttL 18, 1981 ffflffi PAMPA H1W8, Pfitapi, ***- PAGE TILL YOUR GARDEN AND FILL YOUR TILL-CLASSm SELLS THE PLANTS m ALWAYS WILL...! " r ? " ' '"'' ( I '- • • i I' ' -' - • T ir • n -r .',- -< •.. j. ,,, ...-y. . .m „ ,--. if ,1, .a,,,, ., tj ,—,..„,,. «. . c. ,,.^ ^ t, a i. „ :.j A,^, ... ... .; ., ;. .y,.. ,j.'J,;,i ,.,•,£ ; . '. .' Classified Advertising Rates Information AH want ada are strictly rash and •re Kccejitod over tho phone with the positive understanding that the account t». to he paid when our collector calk. ." PtiONE YOUR WANT AT) TO 666 or 667 Our tourteotin nd-tnker will receive you? Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found" are cnsh with order find will not be accepted over the tele* phone. Ddt-of-town advertising cash with orclefi The • Pampa Daily NEWS reserves the '.fright to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise of withhold from publication any copy decmtid objectionable. Notict of any error must he given In time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The Daily NfcWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received for such advertising. Ads will be received until 10:00 a. m. for Insertion same day. Sunday nds will be received until 5:00 p. m. Saturday. LOCAL HATE CARD KFFECTI.VB SEPTEMBER 12, 193* 1 day. 2c a word; minimum 8(Jc. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum GUc. 8 days, 6c a word; minimum 7Gc. 6 days, 7c a word; minimum $1.00. The Pampa Daily NEWS " i I ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Card of Thanks. 2—Special Notices. 3—Bus-Trnvel-Tranttportatlon. 4*—Lost and Found. EMPLOVMENT 6—Male Help Wanted. (—Female Help Wanted. 7—Male & Female Help Wanted. 8—Salesmen Wanted. 9—Agents. 10—Business Opportunity. tl—Situation Wanted. BUSINESS NOTICES 12—Instructions. 13—Musical—Dancing. 14—Professional Service. 15—General Household Service. 16—PalntlnK-Paperhariglnir. 17—Floorlutt-Samllnit-Reflnishlni. 18—Landscaplnir-Gardenlnit. 19—Shoe Repairing. 20—Upholstcring-Refinlshlng. 21—Movinff-Eprcss-IIauIinif. 22—Movlng-Transfcr-Storage. 23—Cleaning-Pressing. 24—Washing and Laundering. 25—HcniNtitching-Dressmaking. 26—Watch-Jewelry Repairing. 27—Beauty Parlors-Supplies. MERCHANDISE 28—Miscellaneous For Sale. 29—Radios-Supplies. 30—Musical Instruments. 11—Wanted To Buy. LIVESTOCK 32—DogB-Pets-Sc^lpIlcs. 33—Ponltry-Eggs-Supplles. 34—Livestock For Sale. 35—Wanted Livestock. 86—Farm Equipment. Announcements (Cent.) Z—Special Notice* Turkish Baths Steam and electric Swedish Magnetic Massage. Eliminates poisons. Guaranteed reducing. No pills or diet. Colonic irrigations. MISS KING Smith Building I FOR SALE OR TRADE CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Rubble Design (Rough Hand Hewn Hard Rock Pace Effect) Ideal for Residences, Business Bldgs., Retaining Walls, Foundations, Terracing, etc. Built to Gov't. Spec., Uniform and Durable, Seasoned Thoroughly. Dimensoin 8"x8"xl6". PRICE IBc each. W. D. LYNCH LeFors, Texas REX CAFE Short orders all hours, Ui'llfiuiiB Snmlwiches Howard Martin, M*r. 1st door west of Rex Theater 4—Lost and Pound FOUND—1'nfr of nhiani-H. Owner tuny have mi mo hy phonintr H42 nnd Hlnp- pliiK ky NEWS_ to pay fur lliis ml. 3i»-ll LOST--Lmlic'S "bliick purse at Dnncik'cr Itatl Park. Kinder kct-p money and return other eonti'Ml.H In Nuws uffk'f. lp-H ,UST -LmlitV hrown jiurm.' Iji-twct-u Knell's filling Btittiuit iind <>H<J North I 1 'rust. Kinder inny keep money. Hel un t foil tun ts to News office. lr-li EMPLOYMENT 5—Male Help Wanted. WANTKD- lU'liabh- driver to soli.-it dry L'lt'tiniliK. (iood pay for riulil niiin. Apply 1118'.i VVi'at Foster. It-ll (I—Fnmalr rrclp Wante* WANTKD Allrac-tivi'. I'liiTiwlii-, amrres- nive .slileHwotnen for hiKll t'lass sportswear manufactured in Hollywood. No vaaBhiK. Write Box 3. care News. WANTKD — Experienced stenographer with ability, personality and desire to Irani a most fascinatiiiK buftiiii'SK. Munt have references. Write Box 10, care Pampa Daily News. 3p-10 11—Situation Wanted (URL WANTS housework or care of children. 402 East Murphy. 3p-10 EXPERIENCED CLKItK arid "ware-room man. Phone 977-W. Dwiirht Irby. 3p-!l BUSINESS NOTICES 14 —Professional service SPENCER individually designed corsets and sureical garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 01)1. 023 North Sommerville. 26-26 AUTOMOBILE S7—Accessorieo. 38—Repairing-Sorvlce. 39—Tires-Vulcanizing. 40—Auto Lubrication-WaehtnK. U—Automobiles Far Sale. 42—Wanted Automobile!. i ROOMS iNI) HOARD 43—Bleepinff Rooms. 44—Room and Board. 40—Housekeeping Rooms. 46—Unfurninhfl>i Rooms. '.', FOR RENT REAL ESTATE 47—Houses Kor Rent. 4H—Furnished Hou«C8 Foi Rent. 49—Apartment For Rent. 50—Furnished Apartments. 51^-Cottagcs and Resorts. 62—Offices For Rent. 53—Business Property. 54—Farm Property For Rent. 65—Suburban Property For Kent. 56—Garages For Rent. 57—Wanted To Rent. SB—Cottages and Resorts. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 59—City Property For Sale. II—Lots For Sale. 62—Farms and Tracts. «3—Out of Town Property. B4—Wanted Real Estate. I FINANCIAL 65—Building-Financing. 66—Investments. 67—Money To Loan. 68—Wanted To Borrow. Insurance. FOR SALE OR TRADE TO—Real Estate. 71—Miscellaneous. • AN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE .-.'. DIRECTORY OF Business and Professional PAMPA ACCOUNTANTS J. R. Ruby 412 Comlia-Woftey- R. 980W. Of 787 BAKERIES Pampa > Bakery Fred Scbaffncr. 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 • BOILERS J. M, Deerlng, Boiler and Weldings Works, Pampa, Ph. 292—Kelleryllle, I'll. 1610F13 • BUILDING CONTRACTORS J. King, 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163. PALMER CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Kathryn W. Hulings, Neurocalometer Service. 21.8 W. Craven. •i CAFES"" 1 Canary Sandwich Shop, B doors east of Rex Theater. Ph. 760 MACHINE SHOPS Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes and Frederick SU., Ph. 243 TRANSFER AND STORAGE Pampa Transfer and Storage Cu. 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. WELDING SUPPLIES Jones-Everett Machine Co. •Barnes and Frederick Sts, Ph. 243 ANNOUNCEMENTS" I—Special Notice Mark^every grave. Select your uments for Decoration Day. We have all kinds of piarble and granite. Come in an.d let, us help you. SOKAFEB MONUMENT COMPANY V 817 South Ouyier phone 100B-.J FOR BENT—Electric refrigerators, any make ¥5.00 per mouth. Thompson Hardware Company. 26c£i4 MELVA IVY wishes to announce she is wording at iOIlie's Beauty Shop in White Deer—and invites all her friends and customers' to t her there. 6e-10 ANNOUNCEMENT MB. J/C.-'BERRY, Architect ' FORMERLY OF AMARILLO, TEXAS AND SHAMROCK, TEXAS WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE TO PAMPA, TEXAS SUITE 2, DUNCAN BU1LP1NG "PHONE. 114* • ROOIWO x New &nd repair ••r Hot Mopping Prices, able; Guaranteed 191$ 17—Floorins-Sandlner-Refinishing SPECIALISTS in hiffh quality worV at lowest prices. Phone 62. 26C-12 18—Landscaplng-Gardenlnr. NO JOB TOO LARGE OB TOO SMALL YARD GRADING & PLANTING. TREE PRUNING, Etc. HENRY THUT PHONE 818 20 —Upholstering- fie finish ing. DON'T DISCARD that broken or worn furniture, let P,rummett repair and re- finmh it for you. 614 South Guyler. Phone M25. 12c-14 24—Washing and Laundering. NOW OPEN P & P MODERN HELPY-SELFY LAUNDRY Plenty of Hot Water - New Maytags 250 PER HOUR Laundry Supplies 306 East Francis Old Taylor Dairy Building LAUNDRY—Flat finish 5c. Rough dry 4c. 618 South Cuyler Street. Phone 1425. Mrs. Statun. 26c-9 27—Beauty Parlors, Supplies. HOHBS Beauty Shop. Permanent^ tl to |fi Onponito from Pampa Hospital. Ph 1097. 26c-16 MOTHER'S DAY A permanent for Mother. Nothing would please her more than a soft natural looking permanent from the Yates Beauty Shoppe. Gray hair will not be burned or discolored. Efficient Operators We Try to Please Ask about our line of Cosmetics. PHONE 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 420 NORTH CUYLER 3 doors North of Blossom Shop MERCHANDISE 28 —Miscellaneous For Sale. KVEKHEAR1WJ ' strawberry plants. %mile etltit of Denver vluduet. C. C. Dodd. Gp-lU New and Used Furniture One good 51/2 foot Norge refrigerator, put out with a new guarantee. Large discount. Lot of repossessed used merchandise in all lines, such as bedroom suites, S' p r i n g s, mattresses, dressers, beds, chairs, kitchen cabinets, etc. Extra large gas range suitable for small cafe or boarding house. Two new radios, practically half price. Two used radios twenty-five cents on the dollar. Paropa Furniture Co. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE The send you plant in the want ads this Spring needs no watering. Response is the greatest in seven years and pricse are tho BEST. It's no "Pennies from. Heaven" business, just dollars from the good earth. Use the mighty mites called want ads and you'll be mighty glad. PAMPA DAILY NEWS MERCHANDISE (Cont.) 8—Miscellaneous For Sale. 3,201) FT OF 2V4 upni't tuliinn run nnep. 1 mile south. Vi east of Atlas SmoUehiBs plant^ _ (ip-13 FOR SALE—Used water-cooled ~ Electro- lux refrigerators. $60.00 arid up. Tl>"t,n,- *on Hardware Company. 2Gc-24 Sow your lawn s with fancy grass seed Also Merit Feeds Buy at Stark and McMillen FOR SALE—>Vorth the money, to be moved, '- triiHuline hand |,limps, 2 tank* and 111x20 building. M. Merlin. 311 West Foster. 3c-9 FEED AND FIELD SEKDS Maize and kaffi' aackml Miii«e n.nd ItnT- fir in head. Hepari, Italt'ir and cnne bn]ed (carries Hnme prainl. Sudan ht>&rari. knf- fir, mni'/.e and enne for planting. Prices in line rulinu markets like grades. D. L. uiiil H. P. Larah. Masic City and McLean, Texas. 3c-9 T7T TUHK Victor radio. 400 Bust Foster". r>hon» tf LIVESTOCK (Cont.) 33—Poultrj-ERgs-tdippIles. AUTOMOBILE (Cont.) 41—AntofnoMtes tot gftlt. WANTF.D TO SELL equity In new or used car. Write Box 34. Miami. 3p-3 SEE THESE VALUES! 1935 Chevrolet Coach, Heater arid radio $425 1936 Chevrolet Coach $475 1936 Chevrolet Sedan $525 1935 Chevrolet Coupe $425 1935 Ford DeLuxe Sedan, heater and radio $400 1935 Ford Coupe $375 1934 Ford Tudor $275 1934 Ford Coupe $275 1931 Chevrolet Coach $160 1930 Chevrolet Sedan $125 1929 Ford Coupe $ 75 1930 Ford Sedan $125 —See The New— SILVER DOME TRAILER Now On Display As low as J675 Culberson- Smalling Chevrolet Co., Inc. USED CARS 1936 rortl DeLuxe Tudor— S A Real Huy 1931! Ford Tudor Sudan S 525 425 BABY CHICKS All popular breeds furnished by the leading hatcheries of West Texas from pure bred flocks culled and approved, SG.U5 per hundred. Place your order now for prooipt delivery. PAMPA MILLING COMPANY 8UII W,.st Hrown St. Plmnu 11SO 1935 Chevrolet (loupe S (Muster) New Motor 1935 Ford Ucl.uxe Seilun S Completely Reconditioned ... 1!)35 Ford Couch 1935 Ford Coupe 1934 Ford Truck. Long Wheel-base, Completely Overhauled 1935 Chevrolet Truck ! Overhauled $ 425 . S 325 Baby Chicks Not thu Cheapest but tho Best in Quality Our priciiH ure the most rotisunuble w< hiive ever offered. Call and sec our chicks. Dodd's Hatchery % Mile East of Denver Viaduct 36—Furm Equipment. •IOHAN Ml t. PAULKNEP CARDtN ">MON6 «»7-» 2flr— Radio — Supplies WILL THADE "Phil™ radio for Call at -111 I North Warren. Phon LFVESTOCK 33—Poultry - Effgs - Supplies. SEE YOUR CHICKS BEFORE YOU BUY 10,000 day old and started chicks of 15 most popular breeds to select from. Our prices are the lowest we have ever offered. We are giving FREE with each purchase of 100 chick? ONE 25-LB. BAG OP ANCHOR BRAND STARTER At our hatchery you can see and know you are buying quality chicks. Box 402 Phone 1161 COLE'S HATCHERY 828 West Foster Pamoa, Texas FARM MACHINERY Two row and single vow lister with planters, six disk engine plow and ten foot tandem disk, one combined harvester, three heavy wagons, six section drag harrows, and one 14 inch turning plow. C. C. Dodd, ' mile east Denver _Viacluct, Pampa, Texas. AUTOMOBILES :8—Repaii-mg-servi™ ONE 1930 FORD Coacn. »jne 1U30 Chevrolet Coarh. Good condition. M. I'. Dowud. Phone 422-J. 12e-ll SSi-Repairing Service STOP AT THE GULF SERVICE STATION NO. 3 for Bcrvice, tire repairs, accesHories, etc. O. W. HAWKINS, MOH. ON llOKfiER HIGHWAY PHONE 1444 41—Automobile for sale. FOR SALE OR TRADE Equity in 1937 Super Tudor Terraplane Carefully broken in. Trailer house for sale. 533 South Cuyler " THIS CURIOUS WORLD ¥ BOBOLINK'S SONG TRANSLATED INTO DWORDS," READS: IN THE. FROZEN AREAS OF FACING THE POLAR SEA, SCIENTISTS DISCOVERED SeVgMTYrW\/ /M£>S Of?. PLAMTS, WVE' -Sp£tr/£2S ANCi TWO AVERAGE SUMMED TOAPERATURJE THERE is 34* ABOVE; AVERAGE WINTEifa. TEAAP, ' WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT'S interpretation of the bobolink's song, "Bobolink, bobolink; spink, spank, spink," does do justice to the bubbling, liquid notes of the bird, but it has brought the' bobolink into the lives pi miilions of children, and made "Robert" 9 jf«al personaee. ; ' . T 1 " 11 I-*, 1 ' . l -A J -^/!'?O, . J — .J-:r. fl-j- 1 . - 7"_"•'. ^^ -i- i-i-,,.-'' 1 - yiiiT—J- ••-,-;: -.\..--i . V._.T-._- 1933 Ford Coach ... $ 225 S 210 1931 Chevrolet DeLuxe Srdan, Overhauled . .. 1937 Ford Sedan (Demonstrator) — LIBERAL DISCOUNT ALSO 3 SIZES OF COVERED WAGON TRAILER HOMES TOM ROSE (Ford) <4—Room snfl twmra. ROOM AND liOARf) in~"Frivatc~ homel Rood mealB, congenial surrounding. Close in. BOO Kant Foster. t2r-14 45 —Housekeeping Room*. WARM. MODERN apartment, for couple Close in. nensonably pricnd. Kline Rnt^l. »23 South Russell. Phone 052B. 26c-29 FOR RENT 47—florists For Ttetit For Rent Unfurnished modern 6 - room house with sun room, built in bath, hardwood floors, completely weatherstripped, newly built on pavement near school, with double garage. $42.50 per month. Phone 750 FOIl HBNT-B-roum unfurnished house. I'll,-up rent. No fraravrp. Close in. Cull at 712 West Francis after 0:00 p. m. Soil T'OR"KENT— Vacancy" at New Town Cm ins. MnytiiKH for rent. Plunty of hot water. 1301 Smith Unrnnfl. 2f,D-81P 48—Furnished House for Rent 2-KOOM and 1-roorn furnished houses U ith modern eoriMMiienees. (iihson I'ot- tat'e Court. 101.1 Sonlh Uarnea. Gc-ltt (1-ltOOM limiTe," furiiished. Hills paid, "m"" Kast Krnjieia. j'l'^'A ~-KUUiYl furnished house, Karate, 1 block from pavement. Inquire llarn- riek'a Saw Shop. 1000 South Barnes. ':, hlack Kasl. 3c-9 NICK CI.KAN 2-ruum furnished house. Kills paid. Modern i:oiiV(>nieoi:t'S. Lewis eottaices^ 4 11 _S^_Russell. r,c-l 1 2-HOOM house, furnished or unfurnished. New bumpered. 713 jiyuth_Flnli>y. Gtf-'J l-'OU KENT—2-room "furnlihcd house. Hills paid. 51!:, South Somerville. litf-13 Ml—FurnlsheO Apartment*. KURN1SHKI) hou-i-keeuhiK room. A.luIlM "_»!£__>!*;>_ Wt-at _KliiK»mill. 2c-_HJ M'HNi8HrTD"~APAKTMi:NT. Nice ami uli'im. Hills pnld. 221 East_ Kmti-r. 3c-S FOH HKNT 2-room funTMieir'.iiiartnu-nts with hath. Un pavement. 525 South Cuyler. Cc-li •;<—Business Property. K5frTlEN'rTa~m<;ta) nfachine buildiiTiT on Went KifiKmiiill. I'hone 78 or 602 West 1'Yancis. Gc-11 57—Wanted To Rent WANTBIJ — Nicely" furninh'fil 3-room apartment for refined roupk-- permanent tenants. I'hooe Classified Manager at iiKK._ __ tf WANTlOfTO iflONT T>" or 0-room "house in edKe of town. Muat he modern. Adults ly. I'hone 1025. fcc-U TRAILER ADUENTURE By Nard Jones NEA Service, Inc. FOR SALE I . PACKARD TRADE - INS CLEANER — NICER Check these bargains 1936 Ford Delux Touring Coach. 193!? Ford Coach, Trunk, Radio. 1935 Buick, Rumble Seat, Coupe. Actually 19,000 miles. 1935 Terraplane Coach. 1935 Chevrolet Coupe. 1934 Plymouth Coupe, Radio and Heater. 1934 Ford Coupe, Extra Clean. , 1934 Pontiac 6-Wheel Sedan, Radio and Heater. 1933 Plymouth Sedan. New Paint and Motor. 1933 Plymouth Coach. 1932 Chevrolet G-W heel Coupe. 1932 Ford Coupe. 1932 Ford Roadster. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1931 Ford S e d a n. Ne w Paint. 6-Wheels, Motor Overhauled. 1931 -Chevrolet Coupe, 6- Wheels. New Paint. Other lower priced cars, with lots of miles left. SALESMEN D. J. BRANDON B. R. (Woody) WOOD R. W. RAGSDALE ERNEST W1NDBORN C. RALPH JONES Inc. Packard, DeSoto and Plymouth 310 W. Kingsmill Phone 113 12—Wanted AutomoMys, WILL PAY CASH for used truck with .ideuourds. Mail loweut prices on models from MI3U on immediately to Hox M. E., in cure of Pampa Daily News. 3p-ll ROOMS AND 3OARD IS—Sleeping Boom* CLEAN BOOMS, J3.00 per ««(ik. 600 Ny.rtji_ Front. Virginia Hotel 26p-16 FRONT BEDROOM" to'~c«ntkman. Ad- joiniiiK. buth. On imvynmnt, 710 ISast Francis. Phone .1392. " lic-12 LOWERED rstes on ' tjs«eptio.n»Uy nice room). 704 West Footer. Broad ' •»--Oitj Propcny For Salt I INK :)-HO()M hciiiKi' 1'cir KU]I< ur ri'iil. A.'s Hi-rvifi- Klutiim, '.101 Kipli-v Htn-i't. _ _:l|>-1l DN ACCOUNT of sickness, owner offers best payinK enfe in duwntmvn 1'anipii. U is wc-11 (;(iui)'P 4 '<l. tioirin eiipucity bua- incss. \Vill pny fur itself in n few months. I-'or (trice nml terms rft-e John N. Mike sell, Dinifun lluildinii. I'honu KitJ. Sc-UI ;-K()()M modern house for sale with par- Hpe, trees. Ijiwn anil fenced back yard, S'Tf'U.OO down, balance in easy payme-t^. Write Box Jj»F>. Tily. Oc-13 WHI.I,~~l7oZ:ATKD 13-room house with .SlMlu s(|. feet of real estate arrannetl foi :; apartments '\vi;b batli:'. '2 apartments rnrnislied. Good income property, or ^nod home for lartie family. Can easily he financed. Will lake smaller place as traiK- in. I'hone .12(1. 6c-Il News Clrissificcl Ads get results. WE HAVE LISTED some of the very homes in the city. These homes will [ c shown hy aprointment only. John 1. Bradley. 207 Combs-VVorley Bldn. Phone '.72 or 3811. _ 6c-ll i-'II.I.lNC:" STATION "Tn food location, •/illi business established. Matt Si-liars. n2!l West Foster 7p-ll WHKN SHALL"WE THRKK MEET AGAIN 1 .' With riwinK prices and better conditions, ; .ich haryii.ris as there are beiiiK iiiclcecl irj, every day. I -INVESTMENT- 1 Investment in I'anipa income property is not only safe, bill offers most'ac- lory returns. Sit. Duplex near paving, 4R. to a side, modern. East front, rents now for $(i'U)0 a month. I'r'ce only $2250. II- -HOME— II A home in I'ampa saves rent and brings Lo you and your family permanency, satisfaction and happiness. 5H. on N. West St.. East front, all modern, uaraKe. This is your opportunity to fiot a dandy borne in n splendid location at a price. Well ! about $500.00 less than anything offered in the neighborhood. Owner saya b.-ll for Sl.SfiO. III--I!Un.I)ING SITES II Almost every day new homes are beine, .larted in Hamim. If you wish to join i'limpa's huildiiiK boom and build your iwn, let us show you some of our very lenirahle sites. 70 by 1-JO corner located on Clarendon highway South. One of the few remaining lots close-in on thi» highway. The price. $2r>0, terms. UKNT- Urt. unfurnished duplex, separate lath, close-in on pavint,', $ii5.00. 2R. close:ii house, $10.00. 5R. apartment, furnished, .ills paid, JfiO.UO. New 5H. unfurnished iciuse, hardwood floors at $40.00. INSURANCE of all kinds. Sec us for old ine hail insurance on wheat. JOHN L. M1KESKLL I'hone 166. Duncan llldi:. REAL BARGAINS n small and lartre homes. List your prop- •rty with me. Hob Seeds. Telephone SIO. Cc-10 ROSE & STONE. REALTORS Land and City Property Lots in the Wynnelea Addition restricted on the sewer, water, lig'hts and gas. Your choice $200.00, $25.00 down $10.00 per month. Room 201 Rose Building t-'OR SALE—Five-room home, near school, >n pavement. Recently remodeled, repaper- id and repainted. Plenty of closetfi, and built-ine. Hardwood floors, uhrubs, lawn, fenced back yard. Philip Pond, 82(1 North v rost, Phone 800. G|>-14 61—Lots For Sale. Chapter XX Her head splitting with pain that came In fierce rhythmic strokes, like the force of a metal piston. Martha opened her eyps. She la.v on a blanketed berth nnd at first slip believed that she was regaining consciousness in h'otel room. The slight rolling of the berth .she attributed to her nauseating illness—and then, gradually, she realized that she was aboard a ship. She remembered, now the speedboat bouncing over the moonlit waters of the Sound, remembered the lights of Seattle crowning its seven hills. She remembered, too. that huge hulk coming toward her with the white cloth in his hand. Speddon had remonstrated. What was it he had said? "There's no need for that . . . she's not going to jump overboard." Nevertheless, the dump rap of chloroform had been clamped over her mouth and nose. Her assailant had said, "I'm working for Johnny Cb.nik . . . ." Painfully she rolled her eyes to take in the stateroom. The wall* were white steel, painted over many times, yet the rivets stood out nlain- ly. She saw no portholes anywere. and guessed that the ship must be of pood size, that probably her stateroom was below the waterline. The single door was of steel, and the lock looked heavy. She knew instinctively that it was bolted, that there was no need of her getting up to try it. From somewhere beyond the wall •ame the sound of throbbing engines. They were under way! But where to. Martha wondered—and was Betty really aboard? Had she been chloroformed only so that she would not recognize the vessel or simpl- to make it easier for them to Ret her aboard and below without her askini; to see Betty Haynes, as Speddon had promised her? These and a hundred other ciuos- tlons flooded Martha's splitting head So great was the pain that she tried not to think, tried to relax enom; 1 !! to sleep. Her throat was raw from the anaesthetic and her eyes burned frightfully. Witli a hopeless groan she turned on her side, buried her | face in the berth's blanket, and tried to lose consciousness again. She knew that if she left that berth, tried t,o get her feet beneath her. she would crash to the floor. Suddenly she heard the sound of the heavy knob on the steel door. Breathless, she .'at up on the berth watched the door open slowly To her ! amazement the visitor was Chinese —yellow and wrinkled witli age dressed in a long black coat and trousers. In his parchment-like hand he held a cup from which steam rase in slow spirals. "You drink." the Oriental =aitl coming toward the berth and holding out the cup. "This make you feel better. Make, head wise " Afraid to refuse Martha took the cup from his hands. He nodded encouragingly as she raised the cup to her lips. Then as she drank slowly he backed toward a corner of the stateroom, sat there on a stool, still watching her with a smile. "You —you don't need to -lay," Martha said. The Chinaman nodded. "I stnv. You drink. Make head wise." She did feel better for having accepted the cup of hot liquid. Finishing it, she put it clown on the battered table beside the berth. "I* Miss Haynes aboard this boat?" "Miss Haynes?" The Chinaman's eyes widened. "Lady with corn-colored hair your friend?" "Yes . . . ye.=, she is. Is she really here?" The Chinaman nodded. "Yes. She all right. You sleep now" "I don't want to sleep. I want to see that girl. Take me to her now." The man's face slipped once more into impassivity. "You sleep. Girl all right. You see her when time comes." "What—what is this ship?" He grinned. "Mista Ci/nik, he own this ship." "Do you—do you know Gerry Neal?" "Mista Neal? Yes .... I know. Good friend." Dismally Martha sank back on the pillow, stared at the painted steel above her. "When will I get out of here?" she asked listlessly. "When Mista Ciznik say . . . Unless revenue boats come." "What do you mean?" Martha .sat upright again. "What do you mean, unless revenue boat-s come?" He smiled again. "If revenue boats catch up, then you must die." He pointed to a roll of heavy chain in the corner of the room. "That keep you down at bottom of water. So you not talk when revenue man come aboard ship." Martha paled. "Has—has that happened — before?" "Yes. . . ." The Oriental nodded. "Yes. Let us hope it will not happen this time." "Why won't you take me to see Betty Haynes? Why can't you uruig her here?" "Because Mista Ciznik say not to." He looked at her oddly. "You ask many questions. That is bad. You will know what you need to know, when the (imp comes." He lapsed into silence, appeared at timra to bf dozing. But Martha saw that periodically the slant-like eyes were directed toward her. that she was bring watched as if he were n rat and she a cornered mouse. Thus they sat. facing each other, while the engines of the vessei thsobbed. At last the knob of the steel door turned again, slowly. Martha's frightened eyes watched it. The upwcomer was Speddon. "Okay. Ling . . you can get going." Obediently the Chinaman shuffled through the open doorway Speddon turned to Martha. "Feeling better now?" "Let's not pretend." Martha answered angrily. "What are you going to do with rue?" Speddon smiled. "That sounds like you're feeling better all right. Ciz- nik want.-; to see you in a little while. I came down to take you to his cabin. You'll like it better there." Martha set her feet onto the floor, stood up uncertainly, "As long as I have to be on this boat I'd rather stay here. But you promised me I'd see Betty Haynes. Where is she?" "You can't rush tilings around here " Speddon said. 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