Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 1, 1935 · Page 8
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PAGE SIX THE PAJMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texfia SVENltfG, FEBKlTAfcY 1, 10S& Use These Columns For Satistactory Results Classified Advertising Rates Information All want «d» are strictly cash and tra accepted over the phone with the positive understanding thflt the account n to be paid when our collector callB. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Onr courteous ad-taker will rccelTg your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Rds for ^Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found" ore cash with order and will not ba accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising, cash with order. The Pampa Daily NEWS reserved th« rifcht to classify all Wants Ads under Appropriate hendinsrs nnd to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must ba given In time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omfsHion In advertising of any nature The Dally NEWS shall not be held IWible for damages further than tl:e amount rt- e*ived for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 28, 1911 1 day, 2c a word; minimum 80c. t days, 4c a yrord, minimum 60c. Ic per word for each succeeding IBBU* ftfter th« firtit two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive USED CAU SPECIALS 19,12 Chevrolet Couch. • 192!) Ford -l-Duor Seilnn. 1932 1'onlinc f. Coupe. l'J.10 Chevrolet Cuujie. 19.10 Ford Coupe. 192!) Ford Tudor Sedan. 19.12 Chevrolet Coupe. 1930 Interuulionul Truck. 1933 Master Chevrolet Coupe. 1933 Ford V-S Tuilor. Many Otliers—Terms TOM KOSE (Ford) USED CAR VALUES 1934 Chevrolet Coacli 1933 Chevrolet Coacli 1931 Olds Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coacli 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet O-wnorl Coacli 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Coupe Forty Others to Select From CULBERSON-SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. AUTO CARSON LOFTUS Room 303, Combs-Worley BMg. Phone 710 Situations Wanted SITUATION WANTED—Experienced lady wants housework. Call 436. Mrs. Bennett. 3t-259 SITUATION WANTED— Dependable young man wants work. Any kind considered. Woodrow Neighbors. 1009 E. Browning. 31-259 WORK WANTED—Experienced as clerk, waitress and general house work. Will consider anything. Write box 400, car of NEWS, '3t-257 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 Miscellaneous FOR EXPERT work call Ted McKinney, painting contractor, paperhanger. decorator. Phone 524-W. 806 East Craven. Gp-260 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. Gc-257 If Mrs. W. S. Dixon will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Loretla Young and John Boles in "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. IF YOUR SHOES need fixing? We can. City Shoe Shop. ?£i?l 7 WATCH AND CLOCK repairing. All work guaranteed by tho oldest established jewelry concern. Quality Jewelry. 114 West Foster. Gc-257 IF YOUR BRAKES Need relining, we apply RUSCO—the brake lining which guarantees. Pampa Brake and Electric. Gp-257 IT ISN'T A HOME until it's planted. Buy your roses, trees and shrubs from Clayton Floral company. Gc-257 •NEW SPRING samples on display. 3,000 samples. Prices lower this 'Spring. Seeing is believing. Cm-lie Forsyth, The Postoffice Tailor, first :door west of postoffic.e. Gc-257 Help Wanted MALE HELP WANTED— Store wants experienced paint and .hardware man. Write box 525, Pam- pa''Daily NEWS. 3c-259 (WANTED*—Lady between 20 and 35 to work. 1130 South Wilcox. 1 block south of underpass. W. J, Freeman. 2p-257 •For Trade WANTED TO TRADE—Equity in 34 Plymouth De Luxe coach. Will trade Chevrolet or Model "A" Ford in good condition. Post office Box 202J. 3p-258 Lost J<jCM3T—*Male Boston terrier, black, iwith, white markings. Wearing #pllar. .Reward. 845 R Kingsmill, phone 692. 2C.-2S7 »«,.--,«.„ Jersey cow. Turned-Jn hprjjs. Wearing ha««% Branded "'-*•" Jgp with open H. Reward. flp-357 ___ For Sale ___ FOR SALE— Used electric refriRor- ator. Will sacrifice for $45. See Bert Curry in the old postoffice building. 3c-259. now machine guarantee at bnr- pnin prices. B:rl Curry, in old postoffice building. Sc-259 FORD RAT5ic>~l fl34 auto en b 1 ne t model, used only short time as a demonstrator, only $27.50 installed. Auto Store, SCO W. Kingsmill. tf FOR SALE—Painting and pappr- hanging. J. W. Crout and Soon. 211 North Purviaiii-p St. 50C-30G FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1931 Chevrolet phaeton for cows or down payment on 10-20 acre tract, or .sale with terms. Write Box 507. News. 3p-258 FOR SALE—4-inch pipe plain end. G50 feet 15c per foot. Phone 76(i. 2p-257 FOR SALE—Dining rocm well located, dointr good business. Bring me your listings on any kind of property. C. S. Rise, over State theater. 3p-257 FOR SALE—12 counter stools. Phone 547 .or call at 514 West Foster. Sc-257 FOR SALE—175 yards of good concrete at bargain. Located in Pampa. Inquire nt Pampa Pawn Shop, 117 South Cuyler, Pampa, Texas. 3p-257 FOR SALE—At discount $300.00 deposit, on new Plymouth or Chrysler automobile, cash only, box 540, LeFors. 3p—257 FOR SALE OR TRADE —Pontiac town .sedan, terms, Pastor Central Baptist Church. Phony H<!«. Gc-258 If Mrs. Finis Jordan will call nt the office of the Pampa Daily News t;hn will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Young and John Boles in "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. FOR SALE—Seed barley,~cican, no wheat. Write box 1738, Pampa. . Gp-257 FURNISHED 4-ROOM modern house. Newly papered and painted. Garage, 2 lots. 811 S. Barnes. 6p-257 CI-IAR1S FOUNDATION garment, For information call 87.1-W or see Mrs. R. K. Douglass, 9-10 Reid. Pam- P"- 9p-2GO SUGAR CURE smoke salt for curing meat, 10 pound and 25 pound sacks cheap. Vaiidovcr's Feed Store. Phono 792. Gp-257 SPECIAL ALL this week. 1.00 Acl- 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 REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS and other machines. Expert repairing on all make typewriters, adding machines. Typewriter Exchange. 114 West Foster. Gc-257 Beauty Parlors PERMANENTS Our No Burnt permanents are beantlfnl, 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 Sliclton permanents $1.50 to $7.50. Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door West New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop BETTY JANE BEAUTY SHOP. Call 47G for appointment. Equipped with new fast hair driers. Modern prices. Gp-257 Wanted To Buy WANTED TO BUY—Good 2-wheel trailer. James S. Neely, cottage 24, Ornngo Courts. Phone 458W. 3p-257 If Mrs, BcfBarrett will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Young and John Boles In "The While Parade" Friday or Saturday. WANTED ^Several horse or mule colts or young horses. Call or see me, care Frey Hotel. F. W. Barker. Gp-258 WANTED—Particular ladies to send your particular dresses to our particular cleaners. Voss Cleaners Phone GGO. Gc-251 WANTED—Men, women and cli dren's clothes to clean. Voss Cleaners. Phone GGO. Oc-257 WANTED—Alterations and repairs of all kinds for our expert tailors. Voss Cleaners. Phone OGO. lc-257 NOTICE We buy junk batteries, radiators, tires, tubes, brass pistons, and copper wire. Automobiles bought for salvage. C. C. MATIIENY 923 West Foster WANTED TO BUY—New and used furniture. 310 South Cuyler. 2GD-2G3 Legal Noticef FOR SALE OR TRADE—House and lot, consider used car. Bargain prices on all merchandise. Davis Trading Post. 317 South Cuyler. Gp-257 100% 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 pi-ices for old gold. Jimmie's Variety Store. 319 South Cuyler, across street from Harris Drug-. 6p-257 WE BUY, SELL, exchange used radios. Silvcrtone 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 HAVE SOME repossessed automobiles at sacrificed prices. M. P. Downs Agency. Phone 336. Gc-257 BABY CHICKS now ready for delivery. Order now. Cole's Hatch- :ry. 823 West Foster. Phone 1161. Gc-257 MUSHROOM HIGH test bulbil Guaranteed 1,000 burning hours. Save 3G per cent in lighting cost. See Cm-lie Forsyth. First door west Post office.' Gc-257 FOR SALE—Feeds, grains, salt, seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR SALE—24 Per cent dairy ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 240-lfc For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished lioiisekeep- ing room. Adults only. No pets. 825 W. Kingsmill. lc-257 FOR" RENT—"Upstairs one-raom furnished apartment. No cliil- dren. 307 East Kingsmill. lc-257 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment". Bills paid. Rent reasonable. But- Ic-r Hotel. White Deer. 3c-250 FOR RENT—Two-room~l'!miTshed apartment, adults only. 3 blocks west Hilltop Grocery. 307 Ryder St. lc-257 FOR RENT—N'ice™roomT'clo!«riir, next to bath. 421 West Francis. lp-257 FOR R ENT—Garage iapartinent, furnished, bills paid. Apply at Harris Drug. 320 South Cuyler. lp-157 FOR RENT —"Three room stucco house, furnished, bills paid. Inquire Tom's Place. Highway 33. 2p-258 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. Adults only. 833 W. Kingsmill. 3p-258 FOR RENT — Desirable room for one. Only one other using bath. Gnrage optional. 921 North Somerville. 8c-263 DESIRABLE BEDROOM, nice furniture, adjoining bath. Private home. 801 North Frost. ep^a WANTED T6 RENT—-Three-room IWijMieJ anftrtment W lull at 111 Nortti West. 3p- NOTICE TO DEI'OSKTORY BIDDERS ''\ Notice Is hereby; given ^Uiat on February 11,1 1935i >'Qt its ^egulai Fcttruiu-y ten*, th6<vCQinmissioners' court of Gray .Bounty' will receive proposals' for the selection of a de- posltoryvfor county funds for the ensuing !twb years. Each proposal musVbs accompanied' by a certified, check as is required by law. .^fSff' Givpn under my hancLfHSerleg'i of office this the 25thl drfyvof'January, A. D. 1935. s f li y , (Seal) .. " /C.-E| CARY t , / County Judge, Ofay County, Texas. .X'YJan. 25-Feb p-8.) Persona DR. PAUL V. BINION, CHIROPRACTOR, announces the opening- of his office in Wynne building. Let's get acquainted. Chiropractic adjustments free Saturday, Feb. 2, 1935, hours 10-12 and 1-5. lp-257 CARD READINGS. 701 South Barnes. Phice 50c. Board and Room I3OARD AND ROOM—Vacancy for 4 men. 403 North West. Gc-262 ROOM AND BOARD—Vacancy for 4 men, private home. Also bedroom in adjoining cottage. Private bath. Phone 503-J. 515 North Frost. - 6C-257 During Robbery At Fort Worth FORT WORTH, Feb. 1. (/P)— Police Lieut. Ed. K. Lee was shot in the head and seriously wounded by a youthful robber here early today after Lee attempted to capture the fleeing: robber as he ran from a pharmancy in the south side business section. Lee, son of the former Fort Worth police chief, was passing the store when M. N. Biggar, night manager, ran to the sidewalk and shouted the place iiiicl been robbed. The officer chas&d the robber, who tinned and fired at Lee, striking him in the head. Lee returned the fire and said he believed he had wounded the man. Illness Fatal to Wheeler Farmer H. H. Killingsworth, 37, Wheeler county farmer, died in a local hospital early this morning. He had been ill only a few days. The body will be sent to Mang'uni, Okla'., by the G. C. Malone Funeral home where funeral services will be tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Killingsworth; is survived by his wife and o»io son. H. H. Jr. Other survivors are his mother, Mrs. H. G. Garden, Maiigum, a sis- ler, Mrs. Bill Harnies, Mangum, a brother, Guin O., Pampa, and n half-brother, Hobson, Wheeler. Mrs. Loftus Reads At Lions Lun-cheon Mrs. Carson Loftus gave two clever readings at the Lions club luncheon Thurday. T. W, Gilstrap made a sl<prt talk. The program was arranged by C. E. Hu.tchins. Visitors present included J. P. Elms and, A. L. Patrick. TOe club will start plans immediately to send delegates to the Jujy international convention in Mexico City. was in Fred Hflbart of the city this morning, HUEY LONG (Continued rrom page 1.) gadier General Louis G. Guerre chief of the state police. Meanwhile, Long entrenched his position under martial law to resume Ills court hearing this afternoon in his charge that certain public officials and other citizens of the Baton Rouge area had plotted his death. Long was whisked here from New Orleans immediately after he left his train from "Washington at a New Orleans railroad station one set up his dictatorship headquarters in the Heidelberg hotel. From there he directed his emissaries to nnd fro in strict military style with the entire parish of East Baton Rouge under rifle patrol while his enemies of the Square Deal camp, led by Bourgeois, cloaked their movement in secrncy as they mapped a campaign against the dictatorship. Long rushed to Baton Rouge by automobile, accompanied by a group of his followers and placed himself behind the bayonets of national guardsmen and the protection of state police in plain clothes. There he directed his plans in utmost secrecy. Alter Long had established himself in the hotel, Governor O. K, Allen, Attorney General Gaston L, Portieric, Assistant Attorney General George M. Wallace, and State Senator James A. Noe, of Monroe Long followers, entered the Long •suite for a conference' with the dictator. Asked about the reports that a special session of the legislature would, be called, by the first of the week, Governor Allen replied: "I don't wish to discuss anything except fishing." In the opening of the court inquiry last week Long charged that lour sheriffs, a district attorney and other officials and citizens were members of a group of citizens who he said planned to way- Iny him and kill him on the road between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Stamford Man Is Slain at Dance HASKELL, Feb. 1. W)—J. W, Foster, 25, of Stamford died today of inJujH*fl«ir«!W5(T 0 ty a dance hall .lighTnear Stamford last night and W. I. McKaiighan, 30, Anson farmer, was charged with murder and held under $10,000 bond to await action of the Haskell county grand jury. Sheriff Kemp and deputies Kirkpatrick and Clifton said th/ey found Foster lying behind the dance hall, located in the extreme southern part of this county. They said his skull was crushed. The officers said they arrested McKaughan shortly 1 afterwards while he was dancing with his wife at an adjoining hjall. They said a blood-stained hammer was found in his pockets and that his trousers and seat covers of his automobile were spattered with blood. County Attorney Chapman said the case would be placed before the grand jury today. .<» Truett to Preach Jed Adams Funeral DALLAS, Feb. 1. 0*P)—Friends athered here today to await the arrival of the body of Jed C. Adams, 59, member of the United States board of tax appeals who died Tuesday night at Washington. Local district 'judges and friends of the deceased, named to a committee appointed by President Connie C. Renfro of the Dallas Bar association, planned to accompany the jody to Kaufman today, where funeral services will be held tomorrow. Dr. George W. Truett, pastor of he First Baptist church here, will officiate at the services. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 1. (f)— The market continued quiet all morning and prices, eased off slowly in sympathy with weakness in other markets. Late in the morning March had eased off to 12.31, May to 12.38, and July to 12.39 and October to 12,31, or 4 to 5 points under the close of yesterday. CHICAGO GBAIN CHICAGO, Feb. 1. W)—Corn market weakness much of the time today acted as a drag on prices of all :rains. A reason for downturns of the corn market was that Argentine exports this week included 1,831,000 bushels of corn, to the United States. Corn closed nervous, %-% under yesterday's finish, May 83T4-84, wheat ls-% down, May 96-9614, oats 14-% off and provisions showing 5 to '12 cents decline. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Feb. l.jff/H)—( S. p. A.)—Hogs 1,500;' fairly activi desirable 200 Ibs. and up mostly/5 higher; lighter weights arousd steady; underweights slow and even; top 7.75; 140-350 Ibs., 6, 7.75; sows, 275-550 Ib^, 6.25-' Cattle, 1,000; calves,3«0; fairly firm, with,. WSBK'S . other killiQ&^6msies mostly small lots and E/new load to good «fd-.,ste*sl9.00-ll.: good aria chbice, 650-151 13.00; roniBion and med/um, 550* Ibs up, <j,60-lljoo; helf eofi good ajid choice! 55N900 Ibs 6j6(H0.50; co' gcod\3tf5-6.75; veajers [(milk fe< -7.40J ance; 'he Lancers tyl &e in P#m« pa Sunday Wg&eh far them FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Frost nnd Browning. L. Burney Shell, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Subject, "Cnir Representative Capacity. 1 ' Junior Christian Endeavor, 3:30. Evening worship, 7:30. Subject, "Spiritual Growth." Auxiliary meets Wednesday, 2. "Spiritual Life Group" and regular program at 2:30. We hat! a wonderful day last Sunday, with four additions on profession of faith at the morning hour. Very fine sermon by Dr. Thomsen at night and very impressive service of installation by Mr. Dickey and Mr. Sharp. The public is most cordially invited to worship with us. "Tl^e Friendly Church." Watch us grow. FIRST METHODIST Gaston Foote, mini; tcr. Time of evening services will change Sunday. Epworth Leagues will meet at 0:30 instead of G, and worship will start at 7:27, preceded by an organ recital starting at 7:10. Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning service. 10:50. Sermon subject, Is the Universe Frendly? Evening sermon subject, When the Bough Breaks. Fathers and daughters will sit together in the right .section, mothers and sons in the left section of the auditorium for this service. Mrs. Bob McCoy and son John Tom, will play an instrumental duct. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 800 S. Barnes. J. L. King, pastor. We wish to invite the public to all services: Teachers' meeting at 7:30 p. m. Friday; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m.; services at Kingsmill mission, at Kingsmill, Sunday at 2:30 p. m.; B. T. S., 7 p. m.; preaching, 8 p. in.; choir practice Tuesday, 7 p. m.; mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7 p. in.; come and bring someone with you. MEN'S FELLOWSHIP CLASS First Baptist Church. We begin our class program in our room at 9:45. Our lesson is: Restoration of Peter. Here we have one of the most graphic narratives of the New Testament. The lesson is built around the thought, "What is that to thee? Follow thou me." We invite men not attending elsewhere to meet with us. Visitors arc always welcome. T. L. Anderson, Sec. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 901 North Frost Street. "Love" is the subject of the lesson- sermon which| will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, February 3. The golden text is: "Beloved, if 3-od so loved us, we ought also to love one another." (I. John 4:11.) Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the fol- owing from the Bible: "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God . , . And we -have known and believed the love that 'God httth to us. God is love; and'he that dewell- eth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him." (I John 4:7, 16.) The lesson-sermon 'includes also -he following passage from "the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by 'Mary Baker Eddy: ' 'God is love.' More than this we lannot ask, highfer we cannot look, 'arther we canot go." Sunday, 11 ^a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, -testimonial neeting, 8 p. m. The reading room in church edi- 'ice open Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, 1 to '4 p. m. The public is cordially invited to attend our services and enjoy the privileges of :he reading room. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH orner Kingsmill and West Streets. At the morning hour the church will administer the Lord's supper and those desiring/membership in ihje church will be given the oppor- miity of union in the early part of ;he service. Bro, George Wilson, Sioux Indian singer, will take special jart in the song service and afford;he congregation a spiritual feast in ihe rendition of special music. The ;vening worship will begin with the B. T. U. meeting at 6:15 and a general song service at 7:30; Miss ioma Groom will render special music and the pastor will speak from he subject "God Fearing, and Man Fearless." A special invitation is extended to the entire community jo attend these services and especially to the church family for the norning service. EVERYMAN'S BIBLE CLASS Meeting at City Hall, 9:45 a. m. "Tl^e Perils of Riches and Re- vards in -Forsaking Them" will be the subject at the Everyman's Bible class. Did Christ ask more of the •ich young ruler than the president of the United States is asking today of men of wealth? We promise a good opening program and a very ;imely lesson. Who will pay the 15,000,000,900 relief bill? For what purpose is it asked?, Come and wing a friend and have a good time and enjoy fellowship. HOLY SOULS CATHOLIC Joseph Wondcrly, pastor, "masses, 8 , a . m . and 10 ., Children's instructions, 4 p. m. ^Benediction, '4:45 p. m. ^Week-day masA 7:30 a. m. We -invite -the iiublic to these services. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Bible school, 9:30 a. m. ; Aborning service, 11. Men's prayer meeting, 6. p. m. ; Tra.iriing school classes at 6:30 p. -m. ••Evangelistic service, T.30 p. m. -you will.rgeejve ft.hem'fry welcome from this congrega GOSPEL TEMPLE. 6QQ South Cuyler. R. JS. Cwnstftojt, pastor. Sunday services: Sunday schoQj m. and 7:30 p. m. Christ's Ambassadors society at 6:45 p. m. Week-day services: Meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday evening ^at 7:30, Women's Missionary council Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. A welcome awaits you at this church. ST. MATTHEWS EPISCOPAL Corner N. Ward and: W. Browning. Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. Services as follows: Church school, 10 a. m. Morning prayer and meditation, 11 a. in. Visitors always cordially welcomed. CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST E. M. Borden, minister. A. C. Cox, song director. Bibles classes at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11. a. m. Subject: "Whjen Humanity and Divinity Meet." Lord's supper at 11:45 a. m. Bible drill at 7 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "Spiritual Gifts." Ladies' Bible class at 3 p. m. Wednesday. Mid-week service at 7:30 p. m. Next Wednesday evening the minister will give his second lecture on church history. If you are interested in this subject you are invited to come. The third Sunday in this month will be "Home Coming Day" with the Central congregation. Lunch will be served in the basement at the noon hour. T^e afternoon will be spent in songs and addresses from the visitors. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH John S. Mullen, minister. 'East Kingsmill and N. Starkweather. 9:45 a. m. Siihdrty school. Classes for all ages. 11 a. m. Morning church worship. The Lord's supper is always observed in this church on Sunday morning. Sermon subject: Faithful to the Trust. 6:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor group. 7:15 p. in. Evening evangelistic service. Sermon subject: ' 'The Prince of Life," Beginning Sunday, Feb. 17, thiere will be a revival held and sponsored by the young people of the church. The revival will last over one week. Seven young men and young women will preach, other young people will be in charge of the services. Further announcement will be made later. COLORED M. E. CHURCH Earl L. Spencer, pastor. "The church with a cordial welcome." 9:45 a. m., Model Sunday school. 1 a. in,, Morning worship. Sermon subject, What Shall I Do In Life? Special selection by Mrs. T. P. Harris. 5:30, Epworth League. 7:45 p. m., Candlelight communion service. There will be no sermon. Hymns by the congregation, a duet, and Scripture readings by Mrs. Julia Wroe, Mrs. T. P. Harris, and Mrs. B. M. Morgan will fill the service, ending with the communion. NAZARENE CHURCH Earl Bond, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 a. m. Preaching, 7:30 p. m. All .are invited to join us in these services of worship. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH 522 Roberta St., Talley Addition. S. D. Dodd, pastor. Sunday services: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Young people's service, 6:30 p.'in. with Mrs. Edith Perkins in charge; Junior service, 8:30 p. m. with Mrs. S. D. Dodd in chjarge. Week-day services on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings at 7:30. Come and get .acquainted with us. We welcome you and truly appreciate your presence. FRANCIS AVENUE CHURCH OF CHRIST E. -Francis a-t N. Warren. E. 'C. McKenzie, minister. Our work could hardly be better. We are growing each week both: spiritually and numerically. The membership is working enthusiastically and! harmoniously. If you think you would enjoy this kind of church life, we most cordially in-; vite you to come with us. - [ We are happy to announce the following services for th)e week: Bible school Sunday morning with! classes for everybody, 9:45. Preach-j ing at 11. Subject: "The Pure in; Heart." Lord's supper, 11:45. Young! jeople's classes 6 p. m. Preaching,! 7 p. m. Subject: "Does the Church 1 Save?" Ladies' week-day Bible class meets! each Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. The average weekly attendance -is more! than 40. On Wednesday evening at ! 7 an old-fashioned sing-soijg will; be conducted. Why not form t liabit of regular church attendance?: Let us assist and encourage you. ! KINGSMILL UNION CHURCH •Kingsmill School -Ilourle. Sunday school, 10 a. m. with Mrs. Prather, superintendent. Preaching services at 11 a", m.,' C. R. Howard in charge. ; This is a new work in this community, and is having good interest and attendance. All are invited to these services. McCULLOUOH-HARRAH M. E. Lance Webb, .minister. Sunday school, 9;45 a, m. Mcrning service, 11 o'clock, at McCullough church, 2110 Alcock; subject Of sermon, That Which--Is Better Thsn iSUv**' Of Gold; evening service, 7:30, ,at Hawaii chapel, ,611 s. Barnes, sermon subject, ^he Mjaas Tojioh. Junior- leagues, -H -p. m.; Senior League^ 6;4&p..,nj.,sit-hoth clxurch??. 1 2:3fl p. $„ Wednesday, 7 p. m.; at Harrah chapel, Thursday, 7:30. These churches welcome visitors, old and new members to every service. NEW YORK, Feb. 1. W)—Speculative enthusiasm Was again absent in today's stock market and price trends highly indecisive. Scattered rails were subjected to some pressure, but the list, as a whole, Was not particularly weak. At the same time there were a few gainers. The close was Irregular. Transfers approximated 500,000 shares. Am Can .... 11 112% 111% 112 Am&For Pow 1 4V6 Am Bad 38 14 13- 1 !! 13% Am S& R 3 34% 34% 34% Am T&T .... 21 105 104V. 105 Anac 15 10% 10% 10% AT&SF 60 45 53M 53% Avia Corp .... 24 5 4% 4% Edwin Loc ... 4 5% 5% 5% B & O 11 11 Vi 11% 11% Barnsdall 9 6'/i 6Vd 6'/ t Ben Avla 6 lB'/4 15 15 : Beth Stl 27 30% 29"/« 29% Chrysler 52 37% 30% 37W Colum G&E1 ..10 7 6% 7 Coml Solv ... 30 21U 20% 21 : Con Gas .... 24 19% 1914 19%I Con Oil 15 7% 7V4 7M. Con Oil Del .. 20 17% 17% 17% ; Cu Writ 11 -2% 204 2%' El P&L 6 2% 2Vi 2Wi G E 82 23% 2314 23Vi: Gen Mot .... 69 31W 30% 30%: Gen Pub Svc .4 1% • Gillette 4 13% Goodrich 1 9% Goodyear .... 11 2214 21% 2214 Hupp Mot ....-4 .2% 2% 2% 111 Cen 4 ,13% ,13 % 13 % Int. Harv 36 -41K.' 40% 41W Kelvin 18 18% 16% 16% Kennec 50 16% IBM, 16% M K T 1 5% Mo.Pac 2 2% M Ward .... 35 2G% 25% -25Ji Nat Dry Pr .. 12 16% 15% 16 Nat Dist .... 44 26% 2614 26'A Nat P&L .... Gxd*7 0% 7 N Y Cen .... 39 17% 1714 17% N Y N H&H 8 GVi Nor Am 31 -13 1214 13 Ohio Oil 6 1014 10 10 Packard 20 -4% '4% 4% Penney J C .. 3 68% '6814 fi8% Penn R R .... 67 '21% 21 2114 Phil Pet .... 14 15% 14% 14% Pub Svc N J 4 26 25% 25% Radio 41 5% z 514 5%' Pure Oil 4 6% 8% 6% Rep Stl 11 14U 13% 13% Sears 54 33% 33% -33% Shell Dn 13 7 6% 6% Skelly'Oil 2 7% 7% 7% Soc Vac .... 50 1414 14 14% SOU Pae ..... 44 15% 15 15% Sou Ry 10 12% 12% 12% S O Ind 31 2414 24% 24% S O N J .... 41 41% 40% 40% Studebaker .. 206 '1% 1% 1% Tex Corp .... 7 20 19% -19% T P C&O 1- 4 New Yor Curb Stocks Cities Svc 53 1% 114 114 El B&S 16 6% 6 6% Gulf Oil Pa .. 5 57 '56% 56% Humble Oil .. 9 46 45% 46 WHEAT TABLE Wheat: High Low 'Close May 96% 95% 96-9614 July 88% 88 88%-% Sept 87%_ 86% 86% WOOL MARKET BOSTON, Feb. 1. (#")—The commercial bulletin will sav tomorrow: "Demand for wool has lessened in volume, although there is interest to a limited extent in most descriptions of wool. Prices are not too firm; in fact, the market slightly favors the buyer. ''Foreign markets have steadied somewhat this week on the lower level of prices noted a week ago. London has reduced the offerings and is shortening the series slightly. "Mohair is slow in this market and the west has been quiet since the recent sale'at 16 cents for adult and 26 cents for kid hair in Texas." The bulletin will publish the -following quotations: Scoured basis: Texas, fine 12 months (selected) 73-75; fine short '12 months 70-72; fine -8 months -66«88; fall '58-60. Mohair: Domestic, good original bag, Texas spring, 35-38 cents; Texas kid 60-52. . BUTTER CHICAGO, Feb. 1. (/P)—Butter, 6,155, firm; creamery special (93 score) 36%-37; extras (92) 36; extra firsts (90-91) -35%-%; .-firsts (8889) ;34V,-%; seconds (86-87) 33-33%; standards (90 centralized carlots) 35%. Eggs, 6,246,'firm; extra firsts 27%-28%; cfresh ^graded firsts- 272814; current receipts 26%. ME SDH $25,000 SUIT IS FILED AGAINST GENERAL BY GARAGEMAN MANCHESTER, OKy., Feb. I.'.(ff>— Piling of a suit for $25,000 damage against Brigadier General Ellerbe w. Carter following seizure of ftn automobile in the roundup, of allegedly stolen cars in Clay county was made known today. General Carter upon learning Of tl/j suit today said that martial law would be declared in the county which has been under military rule since 135 national guardsmen and state police descended unexpectedly upon it early yesterday. • Coincident with the arrival today of 75 more guardsmen from Barbourville and Harlan, General Carter stated .he would begin atl inquiry into the offices of various county officials. "Licenses have been issued for stolen cars in the past year," he said. "We want to find out how many." The military, while details were busy yesterday seizing machines they believed to have been stolen, explained thjey were working'on the theory that automobiles had 'beeh stolen, in parts of Kentucky ana around Cincinnati, Ohio, and Knoxville, Tenn. Frank •Carnahari, a garage mah who filed the $25,000 damage suit, also obtained an order from cir- icuit -court Judge W. E. Begley 'for return of the car seized in his ga'- rage, and for a writ of habeas corpus for his release. Carnahan was released before the order was served. In his damage suit he charged humiliation and mental anguish; at the hands of state police under General Carter. KILLED BY TRAIN M'ALESTER, Okla., 'Feb. 1. ffl-> Dudley BOyson, 55, of Jewett. Tex., was killed when struck by a -north*bound M-K-T train a mile north/iSf here last night as he was \vj along the track. NEW DEMPSTER DRILLS ON DISPLAYS S+ W. F. ,M<Mt\<S/Vfi\\ Give Dermal -'^-• JL - Bob - ! Two new jaSmpster Drills display hXMiami. j6ni later mole jjcrard and Wpe'than beerf'shown in thls/coiujifyT One rotary mold board f lister planter attaching. Pulls /17 per cent lighter than any listpr, on the market. S2g a demonitration at the crops aiid more sjire of a stand than apy otheriplahter on the market, Se a demonstration at the Bob Dial farm -Saturday morning. —Adv.; 5 anH 10 Acre /Tract* I CIo^ inf LJ. J. $tarkey Room 13 ftuncan Bldg. AUTO LOANS See U§ For Beady Caik T« • Refinance • Buy a new car • Reduce .payment! • jRafee moiey to meet " ' Atten- GENCY Comba-Worley Bid*. JPh. SEE M. P. For 6%|Mone On Good ifarms Combs-Wotley Bl fro 1. G. -J5. 1 DR. G. £. BRUCE fePECIALIST Practice Ibnjted to the treatment of Geiiito-Urinary, Blood Skia/DJ Hot Spring! I»L (19 yeurs (jxperjentf)) SERVICE Enjoy the service that 'this garage offers . whether it's gaSoims and oil, washing and ing, k small mechanical adjustment or a complete! overhaul job, flbraUe service, wheel -align* menti . .f.jyou can|ge||Bxq<rtly what you want, JIPPEP Acro« the GARAGE pf Schneider

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