Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 13, 1935 · Page 11
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, September 13, 1935
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Hotlc* of any •rror mart b« K!T» ttn» (or aorrwrtlon bttor. t««md of «ny «rror or an omlwloa of any Bator* Th* D»HT nYb. h.ld ItabU for farthtr than th. amount »• ineb adt.rtUIn*. . im IMM The Pampas Daily NEWS « p*r word th. fltit two luuta. SPECIAL FOR one week! Free rinse with each snampoo and finger aves. Mrs. Enbody. Phone 414. 316 . Francis. 6c-l38 For Sale FOR SALE—26 used radios. $7.50 up. Tarpley Music Store. 6c-142 FOR SALE—Child's cribs, reconstructed steel springs. Articles In good shape, priced cheap. 105 Hobart St End of W. Foster. lc-137 FOR SALE—Living room furniture complete with Wilton rug. Original cost, $375, sacrifice $250. Can be seen at Pampa Transfer and Storage Co., across from Cabot Co. office. •• 3C-139 FOR SALE—Two milk cows and equity In '35 Ford. L. L. McGhee, Wilcox-Combs lease. 3p-139 FOR SALE—640 acre stock farm, located In Donley county. Well improved, $10 per acre. Robert Crisp, owner, Alanreed, Texas. 6p-141 FOR SALE—Trailer house for sale; with or without furniture, also garage. 500 E. Brunow. 6c-141 FOR SALE—18,000 ft. 6" llneplpe. Call 11 or write box 66. Borger, Texas. 4p-l38 PEED WHEAT—1934 crop. 60 lb. test $1.25 bushel. Five miles north Pampa. J. L. Cecil. 6p-137 JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bldg. Beautiful ranch on highway near Eagle's Nest Dam in northern New Mexico. Splendid farm land, pine ^Imber, good fishing. Suitable for guest ranch or'lodge. 22 R. Hotel in Pampa to exchange lor residence, rooming house, or farm land. Also 400 a. well improved ranch near Clayton New Mexico. Pale or exchange. Down town cor. 81 by 45 and inside Jot 25 by 81 for lease. Res. and business lots for sale $50, $110, $200 and \>p. Residence property from $300 up. 6C-137 FOR SALE—Small grocery store fixtures and stock. Well located. Some cash, balance terms. Will consider light car. 929 Ripley St. 3p-138 FOR SALE by John W. Crout and Son, painting and paperhanging. Office phone 341, Johnson Hardware Co. 211 N. Purviance. 260-138 Automotive USED CAJC VALUES! 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 250 1929 Chevrolet Coupe ...... 100 1930 Chrysler Coupe ....... 100 1920 Ford Coupe ........... 50 1929 Oldsmobile Sedan ..... 65 1928 Chevrolet Coach ..... '. 50 1929 Ford Sedan .......... 85 Several nice late model cars to select from. CULBERSON- SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. GMA€ TIMt PAVtN PLAN AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 26c-l40 EXTRA VALUE IN GOOD USED CARS! 1933 Oldsmobile Coupe, good condition throughout, equipped with raOio 1833 Pontiao Deluxe Sedan. Good tires. Equipped with coo4 radio and hot water heater — You will have to see to appreciate $525.00 1829 CJraham-Paige Deluxe Sedan, almost new Goodyear |jreg. , , . This is a $175.00 FfiN} Coach. Good con- dlilon throughout. If you gflPw the market for $heap transportation look payment Open '» P. Til Beauty Parlors PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL 2—$1.50 Permanents for $1.51 { 8—$3.50 all-all Waves for $2.00! Tack and Alice Polston, 615 W. Foster. Rear of Barber Shop. POtTDRE PUFFE BEAtHT SHOPPE Across From Rex Theatre 331 W. Foster — Phone 1355 Special This Week Hygenic Facial with Vita Ray Treatment 75c Fcrtnancnls $1.50 to $7.50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F. PAtJLEY, Mgr. JVIadallne Gantz MADAM K. VOREk—Noted psychologist and spiritualist reads your life's innermost secrets on all affairs, business, love, marriage, divorce, working conditions. Gives names, dates and facts; reunites the eparated. Hours 9-8 dally, Sunday. Satisfaction guaranteed. Special eadlngs BOc one week only. 418 N. Frost. Sp-137 If Mrs. P. M. Hood will call at he office of the Pampa Dally News iefore 5 o'clock she will receive a ree ticket to seo Grace Moore in Love Me Forever." Showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. 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 SHOFPE 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppc on Balcony >ET ME HELP you With your land- Scaping. Fall is an excellent time or planting. Phone me at 80, Thomas ciaytrn with Clayton Floral lo. 410 K. Foster. 26C-143 RADIO REPAIRS. All wOrk dOhe at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Davis Electric Co. 26c-143 Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves $1.50 Duart Permanents .$1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.06 ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SUOPPE Hotel Adams Phone M< WANTED—Six waitresses experienced in night club work preferred. Ramona Club, Hobbs, N, M. Op-140 I Permanent Waves $1.50 to ?3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c . Eye dye and lash dye ..... 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN N. Frost Phone 308 AGGRESSIVE man to take over established wholesale drug route. Excellent opportunity. References equircd. Small capital. Miniature )rug Co., Room 14, Santa Fe Hotel, Sunday or before 10 a. m. week 6p-138 LOCAL GIRL with 5 years' experience desires work as bookkeeper, ilerical or general office work. References. 708 Denver St, ' 3p-137 For Rent FOR RENT—One full duplex, unfurnished. 4 rooms to side. Private bath. 700 block E. Kingsmill. J. A. Purvis. 2c-138 WANTED—Work by the week In small family. Call at Bradshaw ease, 5 miles east of Pampa. W. H. Bureett. 3f-137 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. Inquire 620 S. Finley. 3p-139 FOR RENT—Two room modern house. One block east, 2 north East ward school. Earl Vernon. Phone 50. lp-137 FOR RENT—Nice bedroom in basement for men. Priced reasonable. 403 N. Somerville. lc-137 FOR RENT— Nicely furnished 3 r room apartment. 316 Roberta St. __ FOR RENT— Modern furnished 2 loom apartment. 121 S. Starkweather. Sc-138 FOR RENT—Four room furnished house. Bills paid, shed for car. 627 N. Russell. 2c-138 FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for housekeeping, adjoining bath, bills paid. 304 N. Bankd. 6C-142 FOR RENT—Five-room unfurnished house with double garage. Apply at Smith Grocery, across street from Woodrow Wilson school. From 1 to 8 P. M. lc-137 FOR Rent—Large modern rooms, make the Marie Hotel your winter home. Mis. Mable Kemp, prop. 6C-142 FOR RENT—Bedroom in private home to refined young man. 621 N. Cuyler. Phone 1086-W. 2C-138 FOR RENT — Furnished duplex apartment. 4 rooms, private bath, garage. Inquire 125 Sunset Drive. 3p-139 FOR RENT—South bedroom, men preferred. 315 N. Gray. 2C-138 FOR RENT—Three room unfurnished house. Talley addition. 615 Dwight_St. 2p-137 FOR RENT—Nice two room furnished house. Bills paid. 521 N Zimmer St. Talley addition. 3p-13B FOR RENT—Modern 2-room apartment. Couple only. Bills paid. 014 N. Ballard. 3c-13' FOR RENT—Large front bedroom adjoining bath. Men only. 1002 E. Francis. 3c-13' If Mrs. L. O. Ward 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 "Love Me Forever." Showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. 260-154 Loans Pay All Bills With 'One Loan! Penonal lo«ns, no endorser) required. $5 TO $50 Immediate lervlce—Lownt HtM SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WAKREN, Hgr. Flrit National B*nk Buildbur Room 4 Phon. Ill |$ SALARY LOANS If $5 TO $50 to Carbon Black aad OH Field Workeri NO ENDORSERS; NO SECURITY All dealhift (tfictlr confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 1»8W SoulU Curler Stte flat* NpTK>|5 OF A public hearing: pa the budget for the Oity pj parapa at the p Miscellaneous WILL TAKE passenger to Colorado, at once. Call 540. 3c-139 WANTED TO care for children by day or week. Mrs. Chas. Rice, 628 '. Somerville. Phone 953-W. * 3c-139 Help Wanted WANTED—Middle aged lady for general housework In a mother- iss home. Box 180. 2p-137 If Mrs. Earl Buttrick will call at he office of the Pampa Daily News iefore 5 o'clock she Will receive a ree ticket to see Grace Moore in Love Me Forever." Showing at the ja Nora Friday and Saturday. Work Wanted Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY—Used clarinet, B flat. Phone 654 or 351-J. lc-136 Baile Selassie Adds Own Riches To War Fortune ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 13 (£>)— Emperor Haile Selassie ordered today mobilization of 75 per cent of ;he officials and employes of all government departments. In view of the increasing war menace, the emperor also added the entire fortune left him by his :ather, the late Tafari Makonen, to he secret war fund Emperor Mene- ik established. The bulk of the fund consists of 10,000,000 gold lira (about $800,000) which Italy paid Menelik after the Adua disaster. Menelik enjoined on his deathbed that this money should be used only in case of dire national peril. Thus if Mussolini deplares war Italy's own gold will be used against it. Every emperor since Menelik, upon ascending King David's, throne, swore never to touch the fund unless the empire's independence was menaced. Supplemented by the fortunes of Makonen and Queen Zauditu, Haile Selassie's war fund has grown enormously. It has never drawn interest, however, since the emperor insisted on keeping the treasure intact in secret vaults under Menelik's mausoleum. School Days, Schools Days, Dear Old Golden Rule Days V * v r - '^^^^^^^^ms^^^^^f^^^^ li^*^*?*^^ *v?7 ^^14^S!gS^^-':^ "•« r^--:;--/'. ;^?Sc! .- '>•*, "'--C.' 1 ''?""^^^•~i,-^V i WIl"V""'"* ry^'S** f'-.. ^'^•^><?^c*o.X- : S^».. ••.*.•-• : '-« ' ^ c - 'tf-C--.-* 'isv^iiSiW ^S^r-iv V—.<~i •-a^c-;; ...> JT 1 ^ ^.v^vww* • Jlsfe^vS*^ .. . 'g$g$fr38&&r '?•> , ^v-^-v^Vt^^ *'rt^ i *j*V-"^' i '^'"-- ; -"' J '--"-.' p * ^^^^^H^LocJ^y S/^SiSy":?':^^; •'•' ^^ © 1035 NEA SENATOR O'NEAL EXPECTED TO RUN AGAINST CONGRESSMAN AUSTIN, Sept. 12. W)—If Sen-' ator Ben a. O'Neal of Wichita Falls should capture the congressional seat now held by Rep. W. D. McFarlane, in a sense he would follow precedent. For the second time he would tread in the political footsteps of the Graham congressman, having succeeded him as senator from the* 23rd district In 1931. McFarlane served one term in the senate and two in the house. The senatorial district is composed of Wichita, Wilbarger, Baylor, Archer, Clay, Young, Hardeman, Foard and Knox counties, while the congressional district includes those and Denton, Cooke, Throckmorton, Jack and Montague BANDS Will BE FEATURES OF TRI-STATE FAIR AT AMARILLO AMARILLO, Sept. 13,—Bands by the" score from far and near next week will come here for the Tri- State fair, which opens Saturday. Definite schedules already have been received by the exposition management from 19 delegations. Shamrock's green-and-white cla'd band will be in the vanguard, arriving Monday to share honors with the Amarillo high school band. Monday, Sept. 16, is Shamrock day and Amarillo day. Schools will be dismissed for children to attend the largest exposition in Texas. ' And on Tuesday nobody but the city marshal will be left In Groorri. That's the Groom slogan, J. W. Knorpp reports. Wednesday will be banner day. Six bands are scheduled for that day — Plainview, Hereford, Claude, Happy, Panhandle, and Tulia. Tulia last year won top prize for bringing the largest delegation to the fair. Six more bands will arrive Thursday. Perryton, Borger, McLean, White Deer, Dalhart and Hooker, Okla., will be represented by groups at the exposition. Friday Is New Mexico day. Prom ;he Pecos Valley and other points of the Sunshine state will come arge delegations and at least three jands, Tucumcarl, Clovis, and Portales. 24 HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE "BEAR" FRAME & AXLE WORK COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE HIGH PRESSURE WASHING SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION _ SCHNEIDERHOTEL GARAGE •^ nnciu " ~ "• »T¥ ^^ *irn»pp OPEN AIX NIGHT Phone 453 Just West of the Schneider Hotel Hione 458 NEW BUSES! THRU SERVICE! Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave Amarillo, Tex., 11:00 A. M, Arrive Pampa, Tex., 12:30 P. M. Leave Pampa, Tex., 12:40 P. M. Arrive Okla. City, Okla, 6:40 P, M. NO CHANGE OF BUSES Close Connections to All Eastern Points New Equipment. Reclining Chain. Safe, Competent Driven) Fastest Time to the East, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! RIDE PANHANDLE STAQE9, PAMPA BUS TERMINAL counties. O'Neal announced recently, while on a vacation trip to Mexico City, that he would campaign against McParlane in the election next year. Public safety department officials are negotiating with the board of control for quarters In which all branches of the new state police can be consolidated. At present the highway patrol is located in the Highway building, while the Rangers are in the capitol. In a short time there will be new bureaus of identification, intelligence and education. They all will require much more space than now occupied and officials think consolidation of the various divisions will greatly increase their efficiency. lOc STATE 20c Friday —, Saturday Buck Jones WHEN A MAN SEES RED Announcing the Opening of R. W. TUCKER SERVICE STATION 701 W. FOSTER Cities Service Gasoline & Oils Washing — Greasing Will Appreciate You Giving Us a Trial. 14 MAY SELL LIQUOR AND PARTS Of 28 COME UNDER LAW AUSTIN, Sept 11. W)—A comp- toller's -department survey disclosed today that sale of hard "iqiiors was legal in all portions of .4 counties and in parts of 28 others. The status of seven counties was not ascertained. Emmett Morse of Houston, who directed the repeal campaign, pre- ented conflicting Information, as- erting his survej showed 19 coun- ies were wholly wet and 30 par- ially. Morse said he gained his statistics rom county judges, county clerks illd other sources, carefully check- ng each to assure accuracy. The compilation by the comp- .roller was based on information supplied by county clerks in re- ponse to a questionnaire sent clerks of 62 counties in which iquor licenses were issued between April, 1917, and March 31, 1918. The comptroller asked If sale of iquor was legal in the county as a, whole or in parts on July 3, 1919, .he date constitutional prohibition xjcame effective. Upon that basis the department tated the status of counties was: Totally wet—Austin, Bexar, Comal, Duval, El Paso, Hidalgo, Kendall, Maverick, Menard, Terrell, Val Verde, Washington, Webb and Za-' iata. Partially wet—Blanco, Brewster, Burleson (only one precinct dry), Cameron, Colorado (only Rock Is- .a'nd school district dry), Dewitt, layette (only two school districts dry), Port Bend Conly one precinct dry), Galveston (largest portion wet), Gillespie only one Justice precinct and one school district dry), • Gollad, Grimes, Guadalupe (only one precinct dry), Harris, ECerr (only commissioner precinct number one wet), Lavaca, Lee (only precinct number eight dry), Live Dak, Llano, Medina (six precincts wet, two dry), Presidio (only city of Marfa precinct dry), ftefugio, Sail Patricia (only justice precinct number three wet), Travis (Austin precinct dry, two possibly some outlying precincts wet), 'Victoria ionlj precincts five and six dry), Waller, Wharton and Wilson. County clerks reported the fol* lowing counties, In which licenses were issued during the period, Were dry on July 3, 1919: Bastrop, Bra^ * zos, Calhoun, Dallam, Dallas, Pails, Gonzales, Jefferson, McLennan (dry by election Oct. 20, 1917), Milam, Tarrant, Wichita and Williamson. Clerks of Karnes, Klnney, LaSalle, Robertson, Starr, Tom Green, and Orange counties had not re- ; ported to the comptroller. ONT/V A WHEEL CHARLESTON, W. Va., Sept. 13 (/Pi— Clay Corbett, Columbus, Ohio, lost a wheel while driving in an automobile race, but went several more laps on three wheels and finished fifth. Gail Lahker, Carey, Ohio, won. Bob STEELi Jmokey SmitK f^lf^ ALIVE WITH P WESTERN ,1 ADVENTURE/;. I .N Plus Rustlers Red Dog No. 6 Cartoon Friday • Saturday Coming Sunday Shirley Temple Lionel Barrymore —In— "THE LITTLE COLONEL" WITH A SONG IN HER HEART SHE BRINGS YOU DRAMATIC MUSICAL ROMANCE , in her new picture LOVEMEFQRIVEE ALSO Popeyc Cartoon Dizzy Divers Night Life in Europe Paramount News Today and Saturday Prevue Sat. 11:30 The Eternal Star Will Rogers "STEAMBOAT ROUND THE BEND" BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best la EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest la EVERY PROFESSION Accountants 3, B. BOBY 112 Combs-Worley, B. 980W, Of 787 Attorneys PHILIP WOLFE 201 Combs-Worley Bldg., Ph. 1269 Auditors • —See Accountant* Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Sohaffner, 115 W. Foster. P 81 Boilers J. M. PEERING Boiler & Welding Works, 1006 S, Barnes, Phone 293 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Doors East Be* Theatre, Pit. 760 Churches CtAYTQN FLORAL E> Faster, Pfcone CITY OF PAMPA Bd. City Dvnment, City HL Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City M, Ph. 1183 City Mgrs, Office, City JEO. Ph, 1180 City Pump Sin, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. # Tx. Ofe. City Hi P 1181 Fire Station, 80S W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Offices GRAY, COUNTY OF, P*. HOUSE Auditor & Treasurer, Ph. 1058 Constable's Office Phon* 77 County Clerk, Phon* 467 Cnty, Fin. Agt., Hm. Dmatr. Ph. Ml County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerfc, Phone 785 Justice of P«M* Pi, No, I, rfc. 77 Justice pf Peace No, 9, Phone 622 Sheriffs Office, Phone 245 Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1081 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phon* J23J . Hotels MARIE HOTEL 307H West Foster Ave, Phone 9586 Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Cpmbs-Worley Bl(jg., Phone SJI Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLNBS. 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 679 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MCB. CO. Barpes Si Frederick Sts., Phone ?43 Motor Freight Lines LEE WAY MOTOB FREIGHT 500 West Brown, Phone 270 Newspaper* PAMJ?A PAJLY W. Joster, Bs'&V •% ; ;v- * -r'l « Plumpers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone SS8 R. C. STOREY PLUKRJINQ CO, 538 South Cuyler Phone 350 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phono $06 Schools Baker E. Tube Phone 931 High School m W. Francis Ph. 7{b Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 03| Junior High 126 W. Francis, P. 85} Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N. Frost Ph, 119} School Garage, 795 N, Bussl, Ph> 115J Roy MoMiUen, Court Hse., Pb.56f Supt. Pub. Schls, 183 W, Frdls, P,W| Woodrow Wilson, E. Bmlng, Ph.84* Transfer & Storage PAMPA TBANSFEB & STG. <iQ> $01) West Brown, Phone 1025 gtijte Ponded Warehouse, WeJdin* ^&^im|&".- Tpsr** ; v 'l -' ' , • '?\ •'* •< L U ,' i, • l.i/!«x - 1, ,..7.,, „*...»" I./.t«i,.'' .,.'., t \,jjm 1 'J:v,i i ri<?jr5,«!J

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