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Gp-141 Beauty Parlors PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL 2—S1.50 Periwartents for $1.51; 2—$3.50 all-oil Waves for $2.00; fack and Alice Polston, 615 W. Foster. Rear of Barber Shop. POUDRE PUFFE BEAUTY SHOPPE Across Prom Rex Theatre 331 W. Foster — Phono 1355 Special This Week Hypenic Facial with Vila Ray Treatment 75o Permanents ?1.50 to $7,50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F. FAULEY, Mgr. Madaline Gantz SPECIAL FOR one week! Free rinse with each shampoo and finger waves. Mrs. Enbody. Phone 414. 31B W. Francis. Cc-138 SAljE— Trailer house for sale; of Without furniture, also 1 . 600 E. Srunow. Gc-141 SALE!— 18,000 ft. 6" llnepipe. 6ait 11 tff write box 66. Borger, 4p-138 i"OR BALE—Jersey cow, good producer with heifer calf. One month did. Glen Tlmmons at North plant, 'hilllpS Petroleum Co. 3c-136 SEED WHEAT—1934 crop. 60 Ib. test $1.23 bushel. Five miles north ftathfea. J, L. Cecil. 6P-137 JOHN L. MIKESELL •hone 168 Duncan Bldg. Beautiful ranch on highway near Eagle'S Nest Dam in northern New Mexico. Splendid farm land, pine fetter, good fishing. Suitable for jfcesfc ranch or lodge. 22 It. Hotel In Pampa to exchange ESr residence, rooming house, or fifth land. Also 400 a. well improved ffJiic'h near Clayton New Mexico. SMe or exchange. wrt town cor. 81 by 45 and inside ibt 2S by 81 for lease. Res. and bus- igss lots for sale $50, $110, $200 and tip. Residence property from $300 up 6c-137 FOR SAKE—One 1052 gallon gasoline truck tank, two compartments. Bargain. Box 14, Laketon, Texas. 5p-130 SALE— Small grocery store, fixtures and stock. Well located. Some cash, balance terms. Will con- OIL PERMANENTS Money Back Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Permanents $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shelton Permanents Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves ?1.50 Duart Permanents $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.00 ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone Si5 Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN 412^ N. Frost ' Phone 308 Miscellaneous OIRL WANTS room mate. Close In, reasonable rent, 421 W. Francis. lp-136 MADAM K. VOREL—Noted psy chologist and spiritualist reads your life's innermost secrets on all 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 If Mrs. Roy Somerville will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Grace Moore in "Ijove Me Forever." Showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. LET ME HELP you with your landscaping. Fall is an excellent time for planting. Phone me at 80, Thomas Claytcn with Clayton Floral Co. 410 E. Foster. 26C-143 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26C-143 Legal Notice NOTICE OF HEARING A public hearing on the annual budget for the City of Pampa will bs held at the city hall Monday, September 16, at 7:30 p. m. W. M. CRAVEN, City Secretary. (Sept. 12-15.) Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY—Used Clarinet, B flat. Phone 654 or 351-J. lc-136 Work Wanted LOCAL GIRL with 5 years' experience desires work as bookkeeper, clerical or general office work. References. 708 Denver St. 3p-137 WANTED—Work by the week in small family. Call at Bradshaw lease, 5 miles east of Pampa. W. H. Bureett. ' 31-137 For Rent FOR RENT—Five room modern home, unfurnished. Phone 323. Price $40. lc-136 FOR SALE—Three room unfurnished house. Dwlght St. Talley addition. 615 2p-137 FOR RENT—Two furnished apartments. 319 N. Rider St., Talley addition. Bill Murthe. lp-136 BUTCHER RECORDS HIS 25TH VICTORY OF YEAR FOR RENT—Bedroom for rent. 719 N. West. lc-136 FOR RENT—Two room furnished bedroom or apartment. Bills paid. Adults only. 107 N. Gray. lp-136 light car. 929 Ripley St. 3p-138 SALE by John W. Grout and , Son, painting and paperhanging. Cfitfide phone 341, Johnson Hardware Co. 211 N. Purviance. 28C-138 Automotive USED CAR VALUES! ' 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 25'J 1839 Chevrolet' Coupe 100 1930 Chrysler Coupe 100 J&29 Ford Coupe 50 1929 Oldsmobile Sedan 65 IflSifi Chevrolet Coach 50 19)89 Ford Sedan 85 Several nice late model cars to select from. CULBERSON- SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 26C-140 EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1933 Oldsmobile Coupe, good condition throughout, equipped with radio $465.00 1933 PoirtUac Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with good radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate $525.00 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear tires. . . . This is a $175.00 1929 Ford Coach, Good condition throughout. If yen are In the market for «heap transportation look ' down payment and Easy Open Evenings TU 9 P. m- BEN WJU4AMS MOTOR CO. QLDSMQBILB FOB RENT—Nics two room furnished house. Bills paid. 521 N. Zlmmcr St. Talley addition. 3p-138 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2-room furnished cottage. Bills paid. Maytag washer, inquire 411 S. Russell. lp-136 FOB RENT—Desirable bedroom, close in, men preferred. 423 N. Last Rites for Mrs. N, S, Ray Held at McLean M'LEAN, Sept. 12.—Last rites for Mrs. N. S. Bay, who died at a Pampa hospital at 3 o'clock Sunday morning after a short illness, were said at the Presbyterian church Monday morning by the Rev. W. A. Erwin and J. W. Storey. Mrs. Ray, 72 years of age, was a member of a pioneer Panhandle family. She and her husband settled in Donley county in 1899. She had lived in MrLean and in the Grasey community for the last 17 years. Surviving here are the following children: Mrs. F. E. Park of Salida, Colo., Mrs. Augusta Woodruff of Belleplaine, Kan., W. P. Bay of Childress, and Mrs. Mary Sligar, now of Canyon but formerly primary teacher in the McLean schools. She left 10 grandchildren. Burial was in Hillcrest cemetery beside the body of her husband, who died nine years ago. Rice Mortuary was in charge of the funeral. Pallbearers were Jess Ashby, W. J. Wharton, J. A. Meador, T. J. Coffey, Finn Bourland, and Fred GALV6STON. Sept. 12 Galveston Buccaneers held a one- game edge today in their play-off series against Beaumont Exporters, with high hopes of making It two straight tonight behind Jim Moore. Max Butcher was on the mound last night as the Bucs began the defense of their 1934 championship with a 7-3 victory over the Exporters. In registering his twenty- fifth victory of the year, big Max limited the invaders to five bingles, none of which came after the fourth inning. Butcher was opposed by Steve Ltfrkin, who pitched a fair game notwithstanding that Buck Fausett found him for a homer with two aboard and Charlie English socked a triple. Of the game's ten runs, six resulted from errors. Pat McLaughlin, who held the locals to two hits in a contest last week, may oppose Moore tonight. Manager "Dutch" Lorbeer said he would use either the former St. Edward's athlete or young George Gill, another righthander. The Bucs made only eight hits off Larkin. Their biggest splurge was in the sixth when they mixed two hits, one of them Fausett's homer inside the park, with a walk and an error for four runs. Until that time, Larkin had held his own against Butcher and the Bucs had fielded as badly as the invaders. A crowd of 3,642 persons turned out for the series opener. Cuyler. Phone 704. lc-136 FOR RENT—Modern 2-room apartment. Couple only. Bills paid. 914 N. Ballard. 3c-137 FOR RENT—Large front bedroom adjoining bath. Men only. 1002 E. Francis. 3C-137 FOR RENT—Small 2-room apartment. Modern, bills paid. Also vacancy for 4 men for room and board. 515 North Frost. Phone 503-J. 6C-139 If Mrs. J. G. Wheeler will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free Wcket to see Grace Moore in "Love Me Forever." Showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. FOR RENT^Two ro5nT~furnishecl house. Also two room furnished Sligar. Flowers were carried by Mrs. John Harris, Mrs. Roger Powers, Mrs. S. A. Cousins, Mrs. Jim Back, Miss Frances Noel, and Miss Jewel Cousins, all of whom have taught for a number of years with Mrs. Sligar. front apartment Prey Hotel, with Frigidttire. FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. 26C-154 Loans Pay All Bills With One Loant Personal loans, no endorsers required. 95 TO $50 Immediate service—Lowest ritx SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Jlgr. First Nation.1 Bank Building Room 4 Phone 111 »$ SALARY LOANS II $5 TO $50 To Carbon Black and Oil Field Workers NO ENDORSERS; NO SECURITr All dealing! Btrlctljr confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY '/j SoutU Cuyler Strut Over State Theater Man Is Injured By Thrown Mask Earl Snyder received a gash on his cheek when an infuriated baseball fan hurled a mask into the crowd leaving the grandstand al Road Runner park last night. It has not been learned who threw the mask, officers said this morning Two niPii started an argument and a couple of Road Runner baseball players; separated them, asking that they forget their differences that the game was over and there, had been enough arguing. The two men readily agreed to call off their argument and the crowd had started to disperse when the mask was hurled. The blow stunned Snyder for a few minutes, so hard was the mask thrown. The mask was not hurled by any member of the two baseball teams or any person connected with the tournament. NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday New York 7, Pittsburgh 10. Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 7. Boston 3, Chicago 15. Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 10 Standings Today Team— w ^ St. Louis 8G 49 Chicago 87 52 New York Pittsburgh Brooklyn Pet 81 51 61 .626 .014 .561 .459 Cincinnati' .' 59 79 .428 Philadelphia 56 78 .418 Boston 33 99 Where They Play Today Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday Detroit 3, Washington 4. Cleveland 5, New York 4. Chicago 10, Boston 2. (Only games scheduled.) Standings Today .250 Team— W L Pet Detroit 86 47 New York 78 54 .59 Cleveland 69 66 .51 Boston 68 68 .50 Chicago G5 06 .49< Washington .• 57 76 .42 St. Louis 56 77 .42 Philadelphia 51 77 .39 Where They Play Today Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Washington. THIS CURIOUS WORLD FROM SIXTV DEGK.~H:S NORTH LATITUDE: TO THE NOliTH POLE, MORE THAN ON1E MILLION PERSONS MAKE THEIR HOMES, BUT FRC3M SIXTV DECREES SOUTH LATITUDE TO THE SOUTH POL.E, THEK.E IS NOT ONE PERMANENT HUMAN RESIDENT. MANV OF THE »v^.r- u .^_ « IMPORTANT ASTRONOMICAL. ^V. DISCOVERIES HAVE BEEN ^ ' MADE BV *=* PftSS TO BE MAIN OFFENSIVE ASON ALMOST The LeFcrs football season will fficlally open tomorrow night at o'clock when the Sayre Eagles nvado Shaw park for a game with he LeFors Pirates. Coaches W. Edgar Bvady and Elvin Page will bring i husky team of veterans to LeFors o tangle with the smaller and less nexpsrienced, but fighting. LeFors cam. coached by Bill Bronscn and Francis Smith. las been more than doubled for the , V3OO, OOO,OOC WORTH OF HAS BEEN TAKEN F-R.OM THE HOMESTAKE MINE, , LEAD, SO. DAKOTA. SOMK of the largest and most valuable timber forests ot tho world nrc north of latitude 80 degrees, anil mining and lisliing industries flourish there. Between the South 1'olc and latitude 60 there are no land animals larger than insects. iuid no tries with the exception ol whaling. WORTSLANTS Apparently Lou Gehrig is going .o borrow a page from the St. Louis Jardinals' book and depend on a ast-minute surge to again win the slugging and batting honors of the American league. Until the Yankees' final western swing Gehrig showed no signs of shaking off the slump that plagued him since the season opened. In trying to place ;he blame for the big first baseman's failure to set the league afire with his bat and to carry on where his pal, Babe Ruth, left off, some pointed to the barnstorming jaunt in the Far East; others suggested ;hat he needed his bell cow, Babe Ruth, to. show him the way, while many were satisfied that it was simply a case of 'over-bascballing," due to Lou's effort to prolong his ponsecutive games streak beyond ihe reach of future generations of big leaguers. Gehrig himself held with none of these explanations; he just stuck to his job of doing the very best he could and hoped he would emerge from his slump in short order jjust as he had done on other occasions. In the meantime a new pretender to his slugging throne sprung up in the person of Hank Greenberg. Greenberg had a mery old time setting the paco in home runs, runs batted in, runs scored, doubles, and in staying right up with the leaders for the individual batting championship. Larrupm' Lou Again For the first time this season, on the final sweep around the loop, Gehrig resembled the Larrupin Lou of past seasons. He hit. 428, batting in 28 runs, and brought his home- run total up to 27 with eight round sudden splurge with stick placed him right up within striking distance of the batting leaders. The opposing pitchers treatec Gehrig with the respect he commanded in the past, for he was passed no less than 26 times, five .of the free tickets coming in a single game to equal the American league record. They Fear rcppcr trips in the last eight days. That There is no chance of Gehrig overtaking the Tigers' star as fai as runs batted in goes, but he now occupies the position of runner-up in that department. He has already stepped out In front in the runs scored column. Pepper Martin has not been making any threatening gestures as far as winning the National leagui batting crown is concerned, bu there isn't a player in the senioi circuit who is more genuinely fearec by the opposing pitchers. It is no' that Pepper is such a dangcrou man at the plate, there are other who are outhitting him by 8( points, but the fact that he man ages to get on base too often anc then proceeds to "get in the hair of the man on the mound. The Wile Horse of tho Osagc is again ram pant on the base-paths and man ages to annoy the pitchers no end He just seems to get under the! skin. There isn't a pitcher in th National league who would hesitat to name Pepper as the last mm they want to see out there prttncin around a bag. They never kno\ exactly what he is going to pull. That same uneasiness is reflected in the. work of the infielders. Martin worries 'em all to death and thoroughly enjoys doing it. OOTBALL SEASON TO OPEN OFFICIALLY AT SHAW PARK (Hy The Ar-Hocintcd PrcKB.) Thr forward pnss, coaches intli- rato by their training drills, will be K main defensive weapon in the Southwest conference football battles this fall. Passing and defense plays against the over-head system, featured in the first three clays of practice at nearly all of the schools in Hie conference. Coach Freil Thomsen of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks lost no Lime in starling the pass offensive practice, keeping Martin and Ray on the job while the linesmen were put through strenuous blocking and drills. The Aggies opened with passing and running plays. Coach Homer Norton said that sort of offensive would be the basis of his system this year. Coa'ches L. R. Meyer and Ray- mcnct Wolf mixed plenty of forward passing and the breaking up of pnsses with the Texas Christian Hornet! Props' practice menu. The Southern Methodist Mustangs, widely known for their aerial circus, decided to give much of their time in practicing the art of break, | ing tip pass attacks. Seating capacity of Shaw park Coach Jiick chevi|?riy o£ the University of Texas Longhorns said .easo'n. Scats will be available on joth sides of the field this year. Season reserve seats are now en iale at Fatherce Drug of LeFors. Sayic will take the field with iirec men wearing three stripes, one wearing two stripes and seven vith n single year of experience. The Pirstra will not field a three letter- nan and only two with two years experience. Six of the Pirates played jieir first football last season. Moore, Halls and Morgan will carry the brunt of the LeFors at- tnck. They were flashes last season. Vlathls, end, is the only veteran in ,he line. Several boys from last year's squad will be available, along with some bright freshmen prospects. Joe Robinson, three years star lalfback for the Eagles, is the ace of the visiting ball carriers. Billy and Cox are a couple of fleet jail toters from last season. Coggins, a guard, and Giffin, an end, each have three years of foot- jail behind them. With two exceptions, the Sayre line is made up of players from last year's team which lost only three games, all to senior schools, in a long season of play. LeFors will take the field with a weight advantage of 2 M. pounds to the man. Sayre will have the experience. Probable starting lineups: LeFoivs—Hrarn and Mathis, ends; Driggers and Thomas, tackles; .Williamson and Mathis, guards; Simmons, center; Morgan, quarter; Twigg and Moore, halves; Hall. full. Sayre—Giffin and Waddell, ends; Blanscet and Brunei 1 , tackles; Coggins and Merrlfleld, guard; Inman, center; Lewis, quarter; Robinson and Cox, halves; Mallouf, full. ONLY 13 DAYS UNTIL KINSTON, N. C.—The jingle bells of Christmns will jingle on Sept. 25 in the three congregations of the Rev Jim Tom Buck, negro. The Rev. Mr. Buck says his own close study of the Bible has shown the calendar to be in error. he was ready to stiirt running plays, but that he would, devote much of his dnily practice to fundamentals and development of line material. The Rico Owls decided to color their training period with their second annual football party tonight. Coach Jimmy Kilts said that after each member of tho squad was Introduced to the crowd at the party, the Owls would demonstrate their offensive and defensive plays. The Baylor Bears were allowed no rest in their practice drills, and seven huskies who turned their eyes in the tnckle positions left vacant by Red Weathers and Dan McOlas- son, 1934 stars, were welcomed. ONE LIFE, ONE BUCK GALVESTON—It was a tough pull near the 2Jst street pier for 21-year-old Leroy Colombo, because the 15-year-old lad he was rescuing from drowning fought so frantically [rcm terror. It took Colombo about [ive. minutes to bring him to safety. The crowd of spectators who gaped in admiration tossed coins into a hat someone passed for Colombo. When it was given over he counted the cash. It totaled $1. STURDY MEMPHIS, Term.—The condition of Jacob Doyle, 91, after appendectomy and gall bladder operation is excellent. He told the doctors he expected to live beyond 100. . See Us For Ready Cash To a Refinance. n Buy a new car. o Reduce payments. • Raise money to meet bill* Prompt and Courteous Attention given all application*. PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldff. Ph. 604 When in Amarillo Pnrk With Fire Proof Storage Store your car In n modern tarage. We have prompt delivery service, »nywhere In the city. Complete Automobile Hotel Service, and we art Opau All Night to terve you. Rule Bldg. Garage Phone *129I *rd Street at r»Us Lorado Taft, the sculptor, was born in 1860 at Elmwood, 111. ^ The word "tantalize" derives from Tantalus of the Greek myth. Marriage licenses: John M. Turner and Emma Timmons; Charles Johnston and Virginia Wood; Max Cooper and Elnora Brlstow. Suits filed: Mearl Hamill et ux vs, Shamrock Oil and Gas company, damages; Geo. M. Tarbett vs. Better Blacks Inc., suit on note. A. "A. Deneblem at al vs. B. C. dayman, rent and possession; H. B. Lovett vs, Sunray Oil company, suit on lease;' Mrs. Lallie B. Webb vs. Home Electric company, suit to try title, and damages, Use Dally News classified ads. Help Wanted WANTED—Middle aged lady for general housework in a motherless home. Box 180. 2p-137 HELP WANTED—Glrl for housework. Capable of taking full charge. Phone 1339-W. lc-136 If Mrs. Chas. Hlckman will call at the office of the Pampa Dally News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Grace Moore In "Love Me Forever." Showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. WANTED—Six waitresses experienced in night club work preferred. Ramona Club, Hpbbs, N. M. 6p-140 AGGRESSIVE man to take over established wholesale drug route. Excellent opportunity. References required. Small capital. J41nlature Drug Oo.., $QQBI j,4, 6flBt& Sft Hotel; Sunday or Before 10 a. m. week flays, " 6p?13§ NEW BUSES! THRU SERVICE! Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave Amarillo, Tex., 11:00 A. ML. Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12:30 P. M. Leave Pampa, Tex., 12:40 P, M. Arrive Okla. City, Okla., 6:40 P. H. NO CHANGE OF BUSES Close Connections to All Eastern Point* New Equipment. R«oHnlng Chajra. Safe, Competent Urtyer* Fastest Time to the East, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY I RIPE PANHANDLE STAGES, h»e. PAMPA BUS TERMINAL if* BUSINES The Best IB EVERY BUSINESS The Finest la EVERY PROFESSION Accountant! 3. R. ROBY Z Combs-Woriey, R. 980W, Of 787 Attorney* PHILIP WOLFE 20* Combs-Worley Bids., I'll. 1289 Auditor* —See Accountanti Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 116 W. Foster, P 81 Boiler* J. M. PEERING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 8. Barnes, Phone 298 Cafe* CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Poors East Rex Theatre, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST METHODIST Gust pi) Foote, Minister, Phone 624 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 626 City Office* COUNTY REJ4EF BQAKP CITY OF PAMPA Bd. City Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City HI. Ph, ll83 City Mers. Office, City HI. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wlr. & Tx. Ofc. City HI. P 1181 Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. (JO Police Station, Ph. 555 County Office* GRAY, COUNTY OF, CT. HOUSE Auditor Sf Treasurer, Ph. 1052 Constable's Office Phone 71 County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fm. Agt., Hm. . Dmstr. Mi. M* County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone 628 Sheriff's Office, Phone 245 Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1081 Tax Assessor, Phurie 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phone 123B Florists CLAYTON FLORAE CO 410 12. Foster, Phone 80 Freight Truck Line* —See Motor Freight dine* furniture Jmmww$ w. Hotels MARIE HOTEL 30T'/i West Foster Ave. Phone 9526 Insurance : V. I1OWNS AGENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldg., Phone SSI Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLNRS. 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MCH. CO. Barnes & Frederick Sis., Phone 243 Motor Freight Line* I,EE WAY MOTOR FREIGHT 500 West Brown, Phone 270 Newspapers ' PAMPA DAILY NEWS 322 W. Foster, phone 668 PAMPA PRESS 115 S. Balterd, Phpnc »W Oil Field Material, GEO. G. BAINQPAJWJ « Ofir. Hotel, Bfeoj»e §8| Plumibers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 838 R. C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker E. Tube Phone 931 High School 123 W. Francis Ph. 7t Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 931 Junior High 128 W. Francis, P.8SJ Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N. Frost Ph.lWl School Garage, 700 N. Russl, ph. 1J57 ttoy McMillen, Court Hse., Ph. 568 Supt. Pub. Schls, 123 W. Frcis, P.W7 Woodrow Wilson, E. Brnlnff, Ph. «4 Transfer & Storage . I'AMPA TRANSFER & STG, CO. 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. fONES'EVERETT afcC. CO, Barnes & Frederick Sts, Wrecker .1

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