Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 27, 1946 · Page 7
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f.'qpzf*. «* * Tr^T" ""-K^Bafe—r— aBMMMMBHBWRl! jfft ea MfSH 4it, 16 If , '.fort Mhi. «o« HM. *ota Mln. 16-A Renaittn* _ ~ __" ^:" "* »*^|*W»»«M^ N«on SU* and Serric* £*f ** ft«to*lriiti. Ph. 230? BHIie Martin 405 ,S. Ballard "We'll pat yam nririt M |»htr t<jaipmeftt FOR SALt=V:*.'C. Smith ityoewrltcrVJWOd condition. Phone 2352 or see-602 S : 8om- m6rvillg. , ._ ,. ,.., ..^^_JL. ^ 4t-~f<ftit Equipment tip 400 About JtffitAL JJfSlffiANCE flueiikel-Carmichael PAMPA ;M$SlUMENt CO. Eel Fordri, Owner femorials 123? CuHcan Phone 1152-w PARRS & OtARtfiS, iI8 W. Tuke. Phone 1742. Qcnernl garage, overhaul and repair work. SPRING house cleaning made easier with Stanley. Product*. "Mrs. Julia Whochtcr, agcnfc fh'ofte 686W Orders delivered. Eagle Radiator Shop 610 W. Foster Ph. S47 Clay Bullick, Body Shop We dp upholstering in care, glass In doors, glass rurtners, teat covers, head fining, tnllpr made. 620 W. Foster Ph. 143 Skinner'* Generator Shop. Motor Tune and Brake Work 518: YV. Foster Phone 337 V-B. Motors for sale. '84 to '42 Universal type flojfr matt* '35 anil '3C. Try 6ur expert washing and lubricating. We also specialize in steam cleaning motors and CiliasSis. Come in today. Purjley Motor Go. Hall & Smart Garage 703 W. 'Foster Phone 484 For (fiawfal : motor. repair or check up wl(h t&ftptetti satisfaction see us. Buick, Podtlae'' khd Oldshiohtle stocks. We;,$$ ho,w ready to plow jrpi^r jgarden. Call 760. Rider Mote*; Co. ,lLet t?Ul Harwell, plow your garden now. Any distance •from town. Phone 1 494. F»to •Corner Service Station .Borger Hwy. 2616 Alcock iSkclly, .P v ro4t;ctp. wasljinif, lubriiaillnii. tire repair an'd'.motor, scrvim. I'll. .11 in. _ 'Wesyar-non, Skelly Products ( Amarjllo ^hJRhwjiy .«t "Y". .Complete Skel- ' ly line of products. _] McWilliams Motor Co. has shock absorb,ers for Buick, Olds, Pontiac, Chevrolet and Chrysler products. Call 101. JBRING-'yonr next job here and you'll .agree we know bur business on motors. .Woodie'g Garage. 868 W Kingsmill. Ph. 48; 'Corneliup Motor Company 315 W. Foster Phone 346 . ' -Your Chrysler Y nnd Plymouth Dealer 1 Get ready for the safety check ',up in May. Avoid the rush. 17—Beauty Shop Service CALL DUCHESS Bcniity Shop for your pcrmam-nt or .ihnmfmn nnd set, experienced citioriilors. Cnll 427. VOU TAKE no chance of hnvinc your hnir rmnrd. if | n Koo ,| condition Mr Ynt-en takes chances on losinfc $100 if he does ni>1. Klvp yon n pormanpnt with ringlet i-nds. Phone 812. YOU CAN hnvp n beautiful permanent— Machine, Mnehincltss or Cold Wave after work hours by cnllinc 768 for appointments. The Elite Beruity Shop. Attention farmers! We have electric and battery type fence' chargers for sale at Thompson Hardware Co. Scott Itnp. Co. John Deere Sates &. Service, Mack Truck HAIR LOOKING HAD? Get n permanent now. We'll treat the scalp if needed. Healthy hnir is nn asset to beauty. The La Boniln llonuty Shop. Phone 1B9S, Pampa Radiator Shop and Garage y. poster Phone 662 Foster, St. Radiator Shop /UHI«tpr»-eI*»h«d."',rep»lr«l and recorn] nrW^dateV . Wione 145Q «—Lost and Found LOST: GirV's wrist watch on black band between White House Lumber Co. and LtoNora Theater. Reward for return to Huwklnu Radio Lab. Phone Ju.^ <LOSTi Powntown Saturday night, billfold containing cash and important papers, reward; finder please call 1881W or return to Pampa News, 5- -Transportation CURLEY rJJOYD Transfei, Baggage or Moving. 6^11 Vl2'4 for Jjuick and careful % D; A. Adams, General Hauling And Moving.. 305 S. Cuyler. Phones 2090-1209J. 'House moving and winch trucks for service. Call 2162 for-H. P. Harrison, 914 East Frederick. , BBTJOB TRANSFER, 626 S. Cuyler. Local and loner distance haullnir. Storage space., ighone 984. Hauling *n<f 'moving! Iqcjjil service. Cfrtl ,Brpwn-Silvey. Phono 588, IPS N. Hobart. Wonted WANTPD; Wmwn work, and care' pf Pjg'g Caf Btanjl f m . gciioiul houac- two vJiildicn, Apply HpuBekecpcr ftn lamily of 'B«perie«jBad «.ok. Apply Jtf™. J«).'» bard is. 13a.I -Mi job. 1'huna - iiatallei anjl jepaiired.. j 11 3*ra,clpF TYO.VK» tiue bisrt plow. 8nXtfii»i£ » »™t or Call 2080, Pam; .WVJfie PJI remember >f ady for WHY HAVK shabby hnir?" Cnll 80S nnd mnkn appointment for one of our beautiful pcrmanentB also original hair styling. Jowell'g Beauty Shop. Moving Ideal BeautyJShop! March 1 we will be in our new location, 405 Crest. Ph. 1818. Please call us, Elsie Ligon and Violet Howell. jj—Painting, Paper Hanging PAINTING and decorating wanted. Phone 203J. 19—Hoof Sending MOORR'S Floors, have tho«e floon n- flnlsh«d by your local floor landing eom- ouny. Portable equloment. Phon« 8Z. • 21—Turkish Baths, Swedish Massage l^UCILLK'fi Ruth Clinic, 705 W. Poster. Phone !)7. Take a cmifte of treatments for reducing. You'll feel better in every way. 22—Radio Service Dixie Radio Shop & Service 112 E. Francis Phone 966 24—Building Material For Sale: Building stone. Ph 1508 or 1120W. Ill East Fields. 25—-Upholstery ft Fum. Repair J. E. BLAND, the upholsterer who .koines how to make old furniture like new. Qet an estimate today. 328 S. Cuyler. Phone 1683. '•••.Slip covers and upholstering. Phone 2060. 317 S. .Cuyler. Brumtnett's Furniture Store. FOR SALE: 22-36 IntcrtiaHonal, extra (rood tires. New head nnd radiator Ready for work. Cnlvcrt Norrls, 16 iniics feoulh »f Canadian; MODEL U Ali» Chalmers, tractor. One 22x38 International. One 3-bottom mold board plow, all in good condition. O»- 1/iirn 494. Hobbs Trailers Oil Field—Cattle—Vans—Float* Sales—Service Tull-Weiss Equip. Co. TULL-WEISS EQUIPMENT International Sales-Service Trucks, Tractor, Pow»r Units 45—Wearing Apparel HANDMADE infants dresses for sale. Also will make Infants' nnd children's clothes by order. Inquire at 908 E. Camp- h"ll or Phone 1734W. : 72—Cftt ?Wp*rft Feed CdinpAfty 800 W Ifbi#n Phdn* 1130 W« ftbw hare in stock all kihds of bulk garden seeds fat sprint. BerimUdft, Sea Side BeniV Italian Mye, Car- petj ,Wltit6 0titch Clover, and Blue" Grass Seeds. In field seeds we have just received 'two car loads certified, tagged and state tested feeds, Get yours while you can get the b.est for good seed is scarce. It it's feed you need see us. Also remember you can get these good Munson chicks front us twice a week. For Sale by owner: Five room hehie on hill. Venetian indsy double floor furnaces, fenced in back .yard and plenty of shrubbery. Phone 1644 or 1561W for appoiht- ment. -.__ Six room b,rick home, two lots, electric range, rugs, double garage, servants quarters. Price $10,000, immediate possession. Ph. 1766. Stone-Thomasson. 54—ShrubbeVy FOR SAJ.E: .Chinese elm trees, large and small. The lending shade tree of the Panhandle: B. J. .Dlehl. Xcfors, .Ti*A*. 56—Boby Chicks James Feed Store 522 S. Cuyler Phone 1677 Book your orderi now for baby chicks. U. S. approved blood tested. • 46—Miscellaneous NEARLY NEW fur cont, size 18, will sell cheap, also Goodyear cabinet radio, Rood condition. Can see at Hamilton Hotel, Apartment 4. Phone 9552. FOR SALE: Frigidaire moat display counter, 12 ft. single unit. New coils and motor. First class condition. 1122 Alcock St. Wofford Grocery. FOR QUICK SALE: Bargains in dishes, silverware, stoves, tables, .hotel mangle, beds, refrigerator, used clothing and etc. 311 N. Ballnrd. Phone 1076. • Gray Co. Hatchery Chicks Blood tested popular breeds. Hatching Mn'ndnvn Kttrt Thfl'rVdai*'*'. .Tnp Hunter. 58—Cots/ Dogs, Birds FOR SALE:: Hens 'and singers. Kobnrl. Phone 1334. 502 N. 59—Boo'ders Wanted THREE family style .meale served dally. Lunches put up. Rooms if desired, -Call 2347J or Apt. 2, Tyng St. Apartments Radcliff Supply, 112 East Brown. Phone 1220. -Buy your garden hose now while we have a good supply. 27—Cleaning and Pressing FOR TAILORING, alterations, dyuing, clojininjf and tU'essing. bring your wearing uppnrcl lo M. A. Jones. 319 W Foo' 28—Laundering Allen & Allen Laundry 832 W. Foster Phone 784 Wet wash or help yourself. Open 7 to 7. Pickup nnd delivery. WET WASH, rough dry nnd finish work' done at DeWitt'n' Laundry, 901 Campbell. Soft water. Phono 2265W. 29—Dressmaking SEWING, alterations, 1 buttonholes, hemstitching. All".•work guaranteed. 311 S. Cuyler. • • Fon.dan.elle Dress Shop Rm 6, Duncan Bldg. Ph 1897 See us for sewing nnd alterations. Florence Husband's Fur and Sew Shop. 710 N. Sumner. Custom Maid Shop Hillson Hotel Lobby. Ph. 646 For h pre-spriqe ton,ic, ,^0^, your^^'titsd wintci" war'drbbe see our "gray blouses and dickiea. 30—Mortresnef •WE .URNOVATE any type mattress of any size. Call'BSS.'Ayers Mattress Factory, 817 W. Foqtt.r. • .' •-.••••.-.. 35—Dirt Houling Griffin & Williams,' sand, gravel, washed 1 'rock; shot rock, fill 'dirt and driveway material Ph. 36, Lefbrs. 37—Household Goods l'"OK "SAIiKi ,f.or sn|e, in excellent . condition. 112S Terrace/ IlUBhe»-Pitta Ad- dilion. FOK -SALF,; White notary trpddle type wliiK machine at 821 E, Francis, thong NOW OPEN Radio Service Shop We are now equipped to handle repairs on all makes of radios. Get your order in for a new 1946 Motorola car radio. Now on display at Pampa Home Appliances. PAMPA HOME APPLIANCES Call'364—Ask for Harold Beckham ERMANENTJl/Y; ehiDldyed veteran nnc wife desire three or four room furniihed partmeht or house. Phone 1853W. : ' 46-A—Wonted To Buy WANTED TO BUY,: Air compressor, also high pressure water pump, wash rack. Bryan Elmer, SOO E. Fredrick. • • •• • WANTED to buy electric refrigerators, Joe Hawkins, 413 Buckler. Phone-654. 47—Instructions The Hawaiian Steel and Spanish Guitar School of Music. 706 W. Foster. Ph. 403. 51—Fruiti, Vegetables La,nes Grocery & Market Skelly ,Service, .Fresh rotate, g^rocerlea. Jones Market, Fredrick and Barnes, .meats, fre'sh '-. vegetables, staple groceries. Out of high re;nt district. Phone 2362. •' r Pampa Food Market 518 5. -Cuyler, . Phone 2189 Open every ''day. Save tiine,. and money and' give your family the' highest 'tiuixlity """''• foods, __ l''OK SA^K: Klcctric iiortuble Bewinc machine. Practically new. 415 S. Faulkner. Texas Furniture Specials! ]<W Sale: Child's desk nnd chair $5.00. Small utiljty''c))est SB.DO. Bassinet and pad :$8.2u"> liQcker* $4.&0. Two white Wtchen 'chaira $jj75 each. Bookcase $12.50. Fh, 607. For Sale: Six booths, White Seal Refrigerator, cafe size, dish washing tubs, metal, double type. Court House Cafe. Irwinfs furniture, 509 W. Foster/ ^Special prices. A nice : china closet, a Mont- gomery^Wjard washing ma- .chine, a 'May tag N gasoline mo-tor and a good bicycle. Furniture Co. :er Phone 535 ?Ni>\y iliaple {dinette i suites, new Khroler MyjiiK':. room ';stjiU<s, Sellers ,.kitchen cab- Ilie.t, ulsii iitsiji'UiH'iil. .of used studio couch- 3H.,. your clipiiiii ifoi"$10. Solid oak dinette )lliti> ' with (huffM. Wo do upholstery und ••pinijr. VYi-S buy,' Koud u»cd furniture. ."OR SALE}: ifhren room furniture. May '•*e bt-en. at l^ru^a Transfer. ' Pampa 'Home Appliance 119 N. -Frost Phone 364 'Vi huvf just lei-eiye ,u new ti|iiv>mi;nt of vi\ tuu)uj£!4 Mncl Hollywood "beds, also new •ilpinenl qf "Itjvije U«jl" "UitUe»aiM Gciyd ins hft-ilers, hot -water heaters, fjoor, fur- acis. tiew, ^)i{umoni qf rtii'oi'lla and latest •links. New iisaortlnent lamps, \dariis /Furniture * Co., 30§ S. Cuyler. Ph. 2090, We buy rood ««ed furnUwre;' Neel's Market & "Grocery 319 S. Cuyler Phone 1104 Oiien Siinday. Closed-Tuesilay-only 52—Livestock FOR SALK; .lUpO.Jbushel. oats. -Texas Red variety. Dave Bowers, seven .mjjea soyth of ;Pampn, first ••house 'north'- Carbon .Plimt. •'.•>•'•!•.•• 53—Feeds •." "James Feed Store 522 S. Cuyler Phone 1677 •Due to shortage -of proteiji'.will be .unable t,6 'purchase 'anymore • 28 -per cent tattle cubes after'-March iM, :buy -your supply F0J{ SAtiB r Valed cauo 'li'ay, $30 per ton R.-'Ar'Chirk; two miles ijouth of Boyds- t»n'Switch. IWi miles.west; Boic 'J'J, Grooln Letterheads, e 0 nvelbpes, of fice • forms. The P,ampa " ' FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE 60—Sleeping Roomi SOUTH BEDROOM • for rent. Close nqulre BIS N. .Frost. Phone 1034. BED .ROOMS and.: apartments for rent, close in. American Hotel. Phone 9S38. 63—Wanted.To Rent Et»R,SAI>Ej Si* Wforti house, well farnhh- ed, 16500.• "th'rftc bedroom house, 431SO. W. T. Hollis, Phone H78. FDR SAI»E:.Balf sectfoj Rdod land, 236 acre* .imdSr IMtftaWdii. Ii)W)%rv«Tn.efits jn- clirfinS . six Mom hon»e • with eteetricfty, oil building in food r«t>Bif. Price *BO per SCT6 ; for inftfrriiatton sc« C.- Ir. Clny ton bt jjtifOndti CoorM. " H. Barrett, Real Estate. Phones 293 or 1959 Nice five room house fenced ia back yard. Possession within 30 days. 1300 block on Mary Ellen. Priced for quick sale. Ph. 1766. Stone- Thomasson. M. P. Downs, Agency Real Estate, Loans, Insurance Five room modern home, garage, one acre tract of land, $3750. Good place to keep cows, hogs, chickens. 201 Combs-Worley Bldg. 1264 Phones 336 Six room home, well located on three acres land. Immediate possession. Well fenced and priced for quick sale, $7500. For sale by Stone-Thomasson. Ph. 1766. 1298 Bboth Half Bccfloii wheat eroi> (ro«?i! wfth .BB!K priced |56 ncre; good water well. land. 200 ncf« in north of Prinh»n<ile, Good Buys in Good Homes J. E. Rice Phone 1831 Ttovfly six rfK>tn modern, floor fttrnn'VP, cirpets, Venetfftn blinds. lnrg« tot, Sll.W'i. Swell • five room N. ,Chai-Ie«. Ei)?ht room duplex, two baths and six room duplex, two boths. Three room apartment in rear, double trnraee, en»t part: of town. $9,fiOO. Sixteen room modern furnished apartment. White Deer, S-IOOOr -Lante three room mod- I <28SO. New two room Karaite apartment, large'corner lot, $1250. Large five room brick furnished, east part of town. Large six room brick, N. Russell. Large six room brick, two lots, double garnge. Lovely nine room home, eight acres, close in. Lovely six room brick, lots - of outbuildings. Eight aeros on pavement. Seven room duplex, furnished on pavement, *4250. Nice home, Clarendon highway. Lovely five room home, east part of CoWn, $6600. KOR SALE or irade for property in or near Pampa, 200 acre stock farm near Silosm Springs, Ark. Plenty water and open range for stock, fair improvements on good road. Milk, mail and school bus route. ;Phone 2489R. Tom Cook, Real Estate 900 JV. Gray Phone 1037J Good half section of land close to Pampa. One tourist court, good income property. 'Building lots on E. Francis. WANTED .TO RE#T prjease, (ocatloir for he Duchess Beauty Shop. Prefer north of racks , References , furnished. Call 427.- WAN.TEp TO, .JJpNT, ^y jjermanently , (o- cated family, t^'o jtedjiom "home," tlnfur- nish'ed. 1 .Excellent -reierendes.-Oall -'tJ. S. Weather Bureau. Phono 789. ' ,'. WAN.TED:.... .Unfurnished four or five •oom house to rent. Have two children. Permanently employed. Call a02GF3l WANTED TO KENT: Two or .three room 'urhishcd or. unfurnished upiiL'tmuut or louse by couplu, for reference call 1010 or 2219J. ' •..-..,WANTED TO RKNT by couple, three or Tour' room unfurnished house or apartment. Jackson Electric Repair. Phone 1016. ' . •.'• :•..... : 70—Business .Property Faye 'Monroe, Real Estate. Call 1959. .For Sale: Independent Filling Station. Best location in town List with 1398 Booth Weston 1978 Lovely three bedroom brick home, must be, sold immediately, owner leayjng town, immediate possession, furniture optional. •John Haggard, Real Estate Duncan Bldg. Phone S09 ,KouE..rppn> house^.Finlcy Banks Addition. Fivo i-dom" an'd four room House" o'n Miami highway. Six room house "on N. Nelson. Five room house on E. Francis. Four room N, RuHHell. Four room in Tally Addition. Other good buys. •- . DUPLEX and three room house one lot, all furnished. 412. N. Frost also three room house unfurnished. 230 acre farm, 180 acres -in cultivation. Contract owner, 429 N. Russell: Phdha 1368W after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: Nine unit apartment -house, completely .furnished,, excellent opportunity, for a disabled veteran "with small capital. Good'monthly income, never any vacancies. Inquire 629 N. Russell. Modern five room home with double garage room modern me. Dwner leaving state, .wants to sell one of Pampa's leading hotels. ,19 rooms and four apartments', all furnished, including linens and nice living quarters. .Liquor store connecting, optional. Call 2372. C. H. Mundy. For'Sale: Grocery, market and Gas Station, on paved highway 60. Seven room house, out buildings, three lots, established 10 years. Doing good business. Phone 1366. - . ? " 72—.City, Property F'lVE ROOM r modern' house and three room, wash house, bath, four lots. Will trade on farm near Fort Worth. Will sell separately or all. .Inquire 201 E. Ford -St. TOR SALE: Five room semi-modern house, $800, Furniture . optional. Inquire Skelly Service Station, Skellytown, Tex. FOR SALE: Three .room house and .two lots. 'CaU'.iaM.',' FOB SALE: Trees, lawn, garage, shrubbery, vun«nt, .furnished, insulated home thrown in. Term's", ghotie -2828K or 570. Artie Shaw. • ' • FOB SA,LE: : terse house and two lots. Modern, *clotiu>jn,v double garage with rental income property located 320 E, Foster. Write R. L;'Campbell, Wildorado, Texas. Hox 83. ' ; • For Sale by owner: Five rpom .modern Jioine cm corner lot. 719 -j}J,: -West, -Immediate possession;. ->v;:v-'.. ';• -^ -.•;•• ^^."ERice PKorie .Down town filling station, ggod location. Mrs. Clifford Braly, Realtor Phone 31,7 ,Lovely home oq Gray street with floor furnace, furnished, income properly in rear. Eight room duplex with double bat'h, excellent locution. Several nice; trugta "of land 'near Pampa. Five" room "noilse, ,$1600 Will handle.'-List with me.*' ' • " and four .apartment above, both well furnished, on large lot. Possession: immediately. See owner at 1118 E. Frances. Lee R. Banks, Real Estate First Natfl B. Bldg. Ph. 52 and 388. 800 acre farm, 400 acres in wheat up to a good stand. Wheat all goes with sale. Get possession at once. Four room modern house. Three room modern house. Two water weHs, good sheds. One and one-half mi. from 2 elevators. One and .one-half mile from pavement. List your property with m e Half section farm land well improved, very close to Pam pa. Looking for a ranch? See this 2760 acres on payed road. Two sets good improvements. Two 3-bedrpom houses, one modern, six water- wells, located between Alanreed and Lef ors. See John Haggard, Duncan Bldg. Ph. 909, Pampa, Texas. The metal drums In the photo above Contain deadly mustard gas,' fortunately not needed during the late war and now being disposed of. They are shown being loaded on a train at Cornwall, OnU headed for Halifax, where they will be taken out to sea in sl»n» that will be scuttled. " " Choice Farm Lands J. E. Rice Phone 1831 Half section wheat farm, five miles eut of Pampa on pavement. 35 acre tract, close L' $4000 11 acres, close'in on pave- In t, $1750. List with the. for quick sale. For Sale or will consider trade. Have 500 acre stock farm, well improved, also five section ranch. Prefer large -home in Pampa. Ph. 1202W. 77—Property To Be Moved FOR SALE be moved, ten room modern house, two baths, threc-puarter mDes south off Amarilto highway, Sullivan lease. Phone 2470J. TWO SMALL houses to be moved ill once Phone 283W before 0:30 a.m. Mrs. W. C. Mitchell. /9—-Real Estate Wanted HAVE excellent'MO model sedan to trade on duplex or similar j-pntal property. Call Mrs. .Keys, OOZ'tFll after G p.m. . Lockheed Airc —44 37>,i Mo Kan Tex 60 13% Mont Ward Sr) 77 NatI Gypsum 59 2. r ,>H Nn Am Aviation 100 I'l 1 '^. Ohio Oil OR 20'!« Packard Motor __43« 10 : i, Pan Am Air __2(iC 22V, Panhandle P&R SO 11 Penney iJC) 17 52!;. Phillips Pet ID 50.% Plym Oil 7 22 Pure Oil 67 20U Radio Corp Am_-310 ir,', Rep Stel 29!» S3".- Scars R 154 40% Sinclair Oil 138 IS Soc Vac 124 15T4 Sou Pac 97 58','. Stand Oil Cal 73 4S'^. Stand Oil Ind 38 37's Stand Oil NJ .-63 BS Sun OH 5 Gu-Ti Texas Co 27 58 Tex Gulf Prod _.21 10 Tex Gulf Stilph -.13 51 Tex Pac C&O __26 23 Tidewater A Oil—27 19V<< US Rubber 24 66% US 'Steel 268 83>,i West Un Tel A__34 46% Woolworth (FW) 39 51''g 13 75% 2-1 '), 1H'.:. 1 9-1, 15% 55TH 3 62% (it 52 » f ! 49 65 so'.i 45% 37'4 13 '4 76% 2 5 '4 13 : h 20% !«•-:, 22 HI-'-', 53^ 50 'X, 21:. s 20 IR'i'l 33 40 18 15% 37 % 63 1 /. fi-1% 53 22% 18% 65 V4 8 1T'» 45% CHICAGO .PRODUCE CHICAGO, Feb. 26—(/P)—(USDA)— Potatoes slow, market weaker, no track sales reported. Idaho Russet Burbariks, 1U. S. No. 1, 3.30-3.50; Colorado Red Me- Clurcs, U. S. No. 1, 3.15-3.20; Minnesota and North Dakota Cobblers, commercial, $2.20; 'Pontiacs, commercial, $2.30: Wisconsin Chippcwas, U. S. No. 1. 2.45; Florida 60-lb. sacks of Bliss Triumphs, U. K. No. 1, 3.00-3.25. FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK FORT WORTH,-Feb. 26—(/O—Estimated receipts here Tunidny compareil with actual arrivals on thf? like day of last, week were:'Cattle 1,600 and 1,275,- aiives 650 and 409; hogs 1,100 and Dl'J- 5,000 and 4,717 and sheep Good and choice 14.00-KV.50. Stockcr Gertie Arnold, Room 3, Duncan Building. ' Phone 758 I.iat your property with TO« for quick «»!«. Will pay cash for good four room house, -needed immediately. In Finley Banks or E. Fredrick St. Call 1264. List your properties' with me for a quick 'sale. I buy Vendor's Lien notes. John 1 Haggard. Phone 909. 80-—Automobile* •Good business corner lot and building. ,600 S. Cuyler. Lloyd Hawthorne. Phone 51 or 1427J. Gertie Arnold, Rm. 3, Duncan Bldg. . P.hone 758 Four rooni house, double garage on two SO-ft. lots, vacant now, Firiley-Bnriks Addition, $3250,: Nice 5-voom near new high school, possession now. 10-room brick,'well located, large lot. ,$20,000. Five room E. Francis, '$4500. Six room on three acres land, .$7500. Four room furnished, one acre land, $3000. Other buys in.three and four room houses, also farms and ranches.» Special Buys—C. H. Mundy Call ,2372 Grocery store -.doing >good business. Six room modern home in connection, on pavement. Possession .Nice three bod- room home, close (n. Eight'room, double' ''Six-' room 'duplext -»ix -roqm annrtrosnt- in ' .' 'rear, 'posseasjon with 8tilQ,H$6500.-.Two wicc •'"' " t ""' " - 'f)ve" iwnrKomes'on payehi«iV,"air i-eady to 'occupy. ' ' ' : ~ "Nice four room furnished; nice shrubbery and garage, ready .for occupancy, farms and ranches see me. For . Two lovely fjve rooni homes near high : school. Nice' three i*oonv' modern on N. '.Wynn, ' $1360 'will handle. .Down town cafe ready to so, special price. Nice two rb6m, south side, ,$600 'will handle, ready for occupancy. • •'• '".'*' " : FOR SALE OR 'TRADE: Large frailer house and pickup 'for late model car. Sll N.' Ballard. Phone 1076. . ' FOR SALE: 1934 Chevrolet two door sedan.,Good .condition. See at 115 S. Wynne. 81—Trucki FOK SALE: Trailer house in excellent condition. Inquire at IJiOG E. Francis or Phone 226!). FOR SALE: 19-12 24-ft. Schultz trailer house tandem, good rubber, furnished, sleeps four. Martin Barber Shop, Ideal Food Bide.. Perryton, Texas. FOR SALE: One light, strongly constructed two wheel trailer. Inquire Alpaco Construction Co., 625 S. Cuyler."KOR 1 SALE: Factory built ; covered wagon trailer, house, 1940,model. New, all metal" construction, insulated walls. Phone 157-IW. or see st 420 N. Frost. 84—Accessories Wanted to Buy Used tires and ; tubes of all kinds illo 16 inch wheela' of all kinds and will buy any kind-of car or truck parts. C. C. Mathehy, Tires, Salvage 818 W. Foster. Phone 1051 ampa Garage and 'Salvage New rebuilt -Fpfd, Mercery, Lincoln and Chevrolet 'motors. New and used p»rtj .for all can. Guaranteed repair work. ;808 W. Kin«srrijllv Ph. 1661 Beautifully furnished six room home, dquhle .garage fpr sale .at $6500. Half cash. Call 1.2&4, M, P. BY . Furniture 406 S. Cuyler, »honf 1688, , , , ,. fctwovV feaSSSo)^' ,fh¥Si' le >»*». <flojh«» '•uppers, 'Ifjitti jets, new .and used bed-. *w4»i • new 'and* used dineftS. BoiAe ot 'iipruintr Glory njuwrswes- <•" Jphn I. Bradley (with Stark ;& Ferrell). Phone Ml or 2321 J. .-, , SeyeraL.Rood reiu- dence lot* • in ro<*d part of town, rea«onabAy Ptjggd^^ 1 Stark & Ferrell Phone 341 •Six j-qpm/-bri,c.k ti )VfiJl -located W a K, sqhoql. two lou with plenty of Bh,ades and spint- fruit .trees.' glx' 'room" on': wo v lata on paved 'street near school, possesison With ?»le, nvi«e *751)0. An »p»r(ment- lioifse close in' oh .payed, street, llelpy Selfy Laundry, voBBeKsioiTSt) days. LHAV1NG TOWN, iiiust sell four weatherboard houKCBi lots 75xlQO.ft.,,al| modern, One "4irbom(i.^wo' 3-room, 'on'e all furnished. phone »7<iJ. . One now vacant. Terms. fhuo bedioqm buck, plus five lyqw available nnd iititid gnebt hoiibe, thice blocks qf buaineau Uuplexcs and lent jiioperty.i ;.o\i')y home "with incorne jivojiei-ty. aparl- ment- h9«»e, nii,e oveiniijht court. Buys n bn»in«i locutions, income prupeiW and buildiiurb and huueea to be moved. ^\il hill lot, acreage next to additrou with house. List with ine. QaJJ 946 4»y « r n»«ht Mrs; <1, 1C. Ph, room IWpAern gttt*ge. Clft*e " ]ott, Market Briefs WALL STREET NEW YOR.K, Feb. .,26— (IP)— A nervoui stock'market'rallied uncf retreated at in< tervals with volume relatively heavy on the downside and lighter during comeback periods. L^osses running to around .6 points at tho worst were reduced or converted into m,o4«s tulus eieiis' in -the final -hour but declines, uear tho close, were well in the' 'majority. Low-quoted 'issues turned over in 1 ( 000 to 10,000-slmre blocks. Transfers fov the full proceedings were In the vicinity of .2,700,000 shares, .lui'gest sinue Jan. 2»,. ' " ' • " 'Calling off of t'he threatened New York transit strike aided sentiment to some ,eJf(,«nt. '• ^idt ((Iso-r'tyefe'reinBtaJed? on the \hought th'at yesterday's sharpest break in n>Qve than eight y.ears niay h»ve .Jjeen overdone and warranted a good technical Jlghtabout In arrears the greater part of the d(jy wore U. S, Steel, Bethlehem, General Motoiti, Ohrysleiv Santa Fe, '\Jniou Pa blfjCj Great Northern, C9n»6lida(»'d United Covp.. Pow OhtB>i«»l. - .KodJik, Gem'iul EUttric, John and'Standard Oil (NJ). Ucttci era woie Southein Pacific, ^lorlHetn Pa- lific, Aineiioun Can, ^uiit^amco' Wiud 1 Glenn Mwtin and Wustviu Union ">.V JJonds on Uie whole, inclined to slip HEW -YORK STOCKS By The ^ssociuted Press Am AUJinea ~4&* W * 1 ' 1 ' A¥N T4T 1,41 187 Am Woolen -—57 Anacpnota Cou ,.\98 Aviatton Covp -.419 9*»i Good and choice fed steers and yeorlinga ranged from 15.50-16.S5. Common to medium steers and yearlincs '10.50-15.00. 'Medium to good fat cown 10.00-13.00. fnt calves brought and fc-eder calves, yearlings and steers went : out at 11.0015.50. Good nnd choice butcher hogs weighing 150 Ib. and up brought tthe 14.65 ceiling and moat sows .turned at. 13.90, .Butcher pigs sold at 11.00-12.00 and common stock- ef pigs at 9.00. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Felj. 26— UP)— (USDA) Cattle 7,500; calves 700: slaughter steers predominated .in receipts, active -on top. good and choice grade to order buyers steady: these largely 16.50-17.50; slow fi^ general run medium and good grade; and mixed yearlings largely steady: although slow on medium .kind: heifers at outside;.few good, weighty grain fed cows about steady at 13.20780; common und medium 9.50-11.50 : bulls, vealers calves..mostly' steady: good 'arid chqjce vealera 14.50-17.00; medium and good 300600 lb% calves 12.50-14.50; light supply s.tockers. and .feeders selling steady; medium and good steers largely 13.25-15.00. Hoca l.GOU; active lo all inteuest ut ceiling levels; good and choice 170-lb. and up 14.55; sows. 13.80. FORT WORTH GRAIN FORT WORTH, Feb. -'JG—(/P)-'Wheat No. 1 hard 1.7Sv<s-84',v. Oats No. S white OO'-j-Dl'.i. Sorghums No. 2 yellow milo per 100 Ib. 2.4S-61. _ CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. Feb. 2(j—(<f)—Maye rye rallied near the close today, in somewhat' indifferent trading. Wheat, corn and ,oats • closed- at their respective ceilings, $1.80>,£, SI.18V,' and' $1,22 ] X!. Oats were unchanged -to J /k loweri than yesterday's ,cloae,-May 81. Hye "was unchanged to 2% higher, May $2.16%-'/i;. CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO, Feb. 26— (f)— • ' ' -Open Close May 1;SO'.'. 1.80',;. Sep ' l.Sff'.i '1.80V. Pec , ' l.tjO 1 /^ Neat Habits Lead To Polished Look By ALICIA HART NBA Staff Writer There's always a girl you envy because she couldn't look less than her spruced-up best. You'd learn the secret of her good grooming, if you went home with her. The betting is odds-bn that every dud is in its proper place, clean, and in good repair. You can, of course, salvage & presentable appearance* even out of a. welter of untended clothes, if you have a lot of time and are willing: to spend it. But the Job of main-- taining good grooming week in and week out takes thought, organization and orderly habits. "*::r These points were brought up;by a former Bed Cross correspondent. .She's Faith Brewer, back" frbrn'tte CBI theater, with whom I discussed the spit-'n'-polish look of the girls in service. ".'•'. Miss Brewer is convinced .that pijfe of the most valuable lessons th girls -learned was how ,to clothes neat, clean and their accessories as polished 1 • aSjjl ready to wear as an actiye ffr&r man's. ' . /"' 'No matter what kind of clothes they choose to replace overseas cape, uniforms and sturdy brogues/ 5 says Faith, ''girl vet will look •well'-groorn,> ed, thanks to the habit of order*' lines which they have learned." NEW OKUCANS FUTURES ' NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 26— (ft— Cotton futures were irrcsuliir here •_: today with first March notiitcs fur SOO buk'u beine allowed to circulate throughout, the session. Closing .pricea wpre steady 35 cents a bale lower to 5'ct'ilti higher.. , ' ' ' Open .Hwh Low Close 26.10 26.20 26,04 2B.13b 26,43 26.2S 26.35 2S/IS ZS.'i'l 2fi.3fi.3fl 26.18 26.i(S 20.14 26.26-26 26;16 26.3S 26.12 26.22 • .Murch Miiy .July Oct Dec ____ B— Bid. . . NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 26— (IP)— Spot cotton closed sio4dy .and 'unchanged. Sales 2,704. l.ovv'rniddlinK 20.80, middling 26,05, good micUHilB 26.46. Reeeipta 9,471. Stock 222,101. . •:-: ...- ..... - No group, whether political,' social or ecclesiastical, should ,,he- allowed to hide its true "purpose", Jh moral platitude when the real objective is to breed itself into a?^majority,—Bishop G. Bromley ,6xnam, president Federal Council Cfiurch"-; es of Christ in America. .' LOANS PLAINS FINANCE CO. H. L. Phillips Room 8, Duncan Bldgr. Ph. 12051 Receiving Limited Quantities Firestone Tires Each Ask about the Firestone "2-Way Plan" for your driving safety. Factory -Method Recapping. Passenger, truck and tractor tires. Firestone Stores 109 S. Cuyler Phone 2119 Ask Us—We Have Your FAVORITE Olt €QNO£0 Nth STATE FRAM FILTERS vtype) • and Screened SAND AND GRAVEL High Early,and Regular Cement. Transmix Concreie & Material Co. (Deliveries Anywhere) 620 S. Russell ' Phone 428 replacing a plug, to giving your entire motor an overhauling-— : we -fto the most dependable ftvito repair, Plains Motor Co, De Soto-^PIymouth •X. Finest EquijunenlrExperl Workmen When

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