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The Pampa; Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—Ranch in Union county, New Mexico. 1000 ncre deeded land. 3000 acres of leased land at lOc per acre. Will winter 4 or 5 hundred cows. Grass knee high, running Water. $6.00 per acre. $4,500 cash Will handle deal. Lee Banks. Room 13, First National bank bldg., Pampa, Texas. 2p-l40 FOR, SALE—Used tin, also 12x30 house to be moved. T. E. Johnson. 808 S. Ballard. lc-139 FOB SALE—Majestic radio, cabinet model. A real bargain. See it at Hawkins' Radio Lab, end of South Cuyler. 3p-140 FOR SALE OR TRADE—$500 equity in 1934 Pontiac sedan for lighter car or small house. Box 854, Pampa. 3p-140 FOR SALE—Used lumber, windows and kindling wood. Phone 547. Call at 514 W. Foster. 3C-140 If Mrs; A. F. Pendergrass will call at the office of Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Steamboat Round the Bend" with Will Rogers, showing at the La Nora theater Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bdlg. A real surprise. 4 R. modern, beautiful lot on N. Starkweather, near school, on pavement. Will exchange for land. This cozy little home will delight you, the price will surprise you. 5 or 10 acre tracts just out of city on 33 highway. Get one of these tracts for the price of a city lot, and have a home in the country with prospects for selling home sites later. 2 R. house and lot for $300. Others for $350', $750, $1200; and' $1600. Lots $50, $75, $110, $200 and up. 6c-143 FOR SALE—Thor washing machine, 200 N. Ward St. First $10 gets it. 3c-140 FOR SALE—26 used radios. $7.50 up. Tarpley Music Store. 6c-142 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. Gp-141 FOR. SALE—Trailer house for'sale; with or without furniture, also garage. 500 E. Brunow. fic-141 FOR SALE by John W. Crout~and Son, painting and paperhanging. Office phone 341, Johnson Hardware Co. 211 N. Purviance. 2GC-13B Lost STRAYED— White Fox terrier, large black spot on side, some black about ears. He is wearing a collar. This dog bit a child and is wanted for rabies examination. If located please call 251. • ' lp-139 Work Wanted YOUNG LADY experienced in housework and cooking, wants employment. Call 465. 3p-140 Wanted to Buy CASH :>AlD~foFuseTtiresrjoe "Burrow Tire Company. • _ _ WANT TO BUY— 300 young hens. Write ppstoffice box 68, Pampa or see W. E. Minatree. _ 3p-140 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 N. Somerville. Phone 953-W. 30-139 MB HELP you with your land- lrig. Fall is an excellent time janting. Phone me at 80, aytrn with Clayton Floral FQS'.er.. 26C-143 Joe R. Foster will call at pi the Pamp.a Daily News lve a free'ticket to see jgound- the Bend" with ,' showing at the ' La ,ter Monejay, Tuesday or y, , , Help Waited waitresses experi- t club/work preferred. Beauty Parlors PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL 2—$1.50 Permanents for $1.51; a—$3.50 alt-oil Waves for $2.00; Jack and Alice Polslon, 615 W. Poster. Rear of Barber Shop. POUDRfi PUFFE BEAUTY SMOPPE Across From Re* Theatre 321 W. Foster — Phone 1355 Special This Week Hygenlc Facial with Vita Ray Treatment 75o Permanents $1.50 to $7.50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F. PAULEY, Mgr. Madeline Gantz 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 fl.50 Duart Permanents 91.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral |5.0« ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone 34S Permanent Waves ?1.50 to $3;50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN N. Frost Phone 308 For Rent FOR RENT—Pour room furnished apartment. Bills paid. 625 N. Russell. lc-139 FOR RENT—Clean light housekeeping rooms for rent. Bills paid, couple only. Also sleeping rooms. 500 North Frost St. lp-139 FOR RENT—Two room apartment, furnished, bills paid, couple only. Call after six. 810 E. Francis St. lp-139 FOR RENT—One room house and two room house. Both modern and furnished. 1043 S. Barnes. lp-139 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2-room furnished cottage. Bills paid. Maytag washer. Lewis Cottages. 411 S Russell. lp-139 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished 3- room apartment. 316 N. Roberta. lp-139 FOR RENT—Two-room furnished house, with bath. Call 543-W. lc-139 FOR RENT—Five Phone 323. room house. 3c-141 FOR RENT—Furnished two room apartment with bath, no children. 608 E. Kingsmill. lp-139 FOR RENT—Nice new front bedroom. 441 N. Warren. lp-139 FOR RENT—One room apartment. Bills paid. 318 N. Starkweather. Sc-140 FOR RENT—Six room brick house furnished or unfurnished. 610 N. Somerville. 3p-140 FOR RENT—Two room furnished house with bath. Bills paid. Couple only. 800 S. Reid St. lp-139 FOR RENT—Maytag washer by hour. Plenty conveniences. 1300 S. Barnes. Newton's Cabins. 6p-143 FOR RENT—Furnished nice five room modern house. 121 North Dwlght. | 3p-140 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished House. Inquire 620 S. Finley. 3p-139 FOR Rent—Large modern rooms, make the Marie Hotel your winter home. Mrs. Mable Kemp, prop. 6c-142 FOR RENT —Furnished duplex apartment. 4 rooms, private bath, garage. Inquire 125 Sunset Drive. 3p-139 FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. 26C-154 Room and Board WANTED—Good room with or without board. No objections if located several miles from town. Liberal price paid for desirable quarters. Satisfactory references given. Write box 3361, care Pampa News. 2p-139 Loans Pay All Bills With One Loan! Pernootl loini, no endorser! required. $5 TO ?5Q Immediate service—Lowest rutw SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARHEN, Mgr. First National Bank Bulldlnt Room i Phon« HI f$ SALARY LOANS $5 TO $50 All 4e«Ungt strictly confident!*!. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY 199% SouUi Cuyler Street Over H(»te Thc*ter Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Coupe, lots of extras ...... $475 1934 Del/ilxe Plymouth Coach ...................... 478 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor ....... 475 1933 CJicvrolet Sport Cotipe 350 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 250 1931 Chevrolet Standard Coupe ..................... 200 CULBEBSON- SMALMNG CHEVROLET CO., Inc. If Mrs. W. M. Moore will call at the office of the Pampa Dally News she will receive a free ticket to see "Steamboat Round the Bend" with Will Rogers, shotting at the La Nora theater Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 28c-140 Extra Value In Good Used Cars! 1933 Olds Coupe 1933 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan 1929 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan 1931 Chevrolet 4-Pass. Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Truck 1931 Studebaker Deluxe Sedan 1930 Buick 4-Passenger Coupe 1929 Ford Sport Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Cabriolet 1928 Chrysler Sedan. Small Down Payment and Easy Terms G. M. A. C. Plan BEN WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE 112 N. Somerville Pbone 877 In Seal Circus Miss Laura Seal is pictured above on Golden Glow, her $10,000 dancing- hig-h school horse. She will be seen at both performances of the Seal Bros, circus here Wednesday. *3!*a- Imnnginc a town or city .of five hundred to fifteen hundred people, their usual run of business houses and all the branches of business it requires to supply them with the necessities of life. Just "picture a city that same size traveling about throughout the universe. All the people in one gathering or body and always intact. Then visualize the tremendous problem of feeding a traveling city. That is what Seal Bros, circus does every day in the 5'ear. Each day in a different city or town and a: different location. Each day the kitchen is set up in some , other town, sometimes two hundred miles away. Then try to compare this organization back of it, that has all three meals at a regular time. They seldom miss the hour a(t the time the meal is called. After you have a fair idea of the terrific task you would have if you were required to supervise the labor of it all. It would seem impossible to do so, but- that is exactly what Seal Bros, circus does every day, like all large circuses 'in America, accomplish from day to day as a part of the usual routine. Buying of the bread, meat, groceries and other provisions and preparing the dealy rations for the people of the tented city, as Seal Bros, circus is nothing less than a small city, within itself, as they have their own doctor, lawyer, detective, baker, bar- aer, carpenter, mechanics, nurses, veterinarian, in fact every artisan of a small city. - ^ Tom Braly, Paul Schneider, Clinton Evans, and Harry Barnett left Sunday for Austin to enter the University of Texas. Mrs. Alex Schneider and Mrs. Clifford Braly . drove down with the party. • AUTO LOANS See, Us For Ready Gash To • Refinance. • Buy a new car. p Reduce payment*. • Raise money to meet bills, Prompt and Courteous Attention given *U applicator* . PANAMA, IRISH FREE STATE ANb HAITI TAKE SIDES GENEVA, Sept. 16 (ff) —Three small nations—Panama, Haiti and the Irish Free State—urged the League of Nations today to fulfill its responsibilities in the Halo-Ethiopian dispute. The Irish Free State and Panama warned the league assembly that If it could not fulfill these responsibilities, it should adrnlt its futility and its unworthiness to exist further as a peace organization. Gen. Alfred Memours, the delegate of Haiti, added the warning: "The colored peoples of the world are watching. . . . The period of colonial wars is closed." The Irish spokesman, President Eamon de Valera, said the cost of loyalty to the league principles was: was: , "To be thrown into a position of Enmity with those with whom we wish to be on terms of friendship, to have to oppose those whom we admire ami would welcome an occasion to serve; what more heartrending alternative can there be to the abandonment of duty and the betrayal of our deepest convictions and a word solemljr given?" De Valera continued: "That, however, is the alternative before us and that is the price we may be called Upon to pay for that common security without which the peace we need can never be realized; "It is hard to fight, but harder and still more terrible is the future in store for us if we should fall to be ready to pay it." "The final test of the league and all that It stands for has come. Our conduct in this crisis will determine whether the League of Nations is worthy to survive or whether It is better to let it lapse, disappear, and be forgotten. Make no mistake: If, on any pretext whatever, we permit the sovereignty of even the weakest state amongst us to be unjustly taken away, the whole foundation of the league would crumble into dust." Panama's spokesman, Galileo Soils, former minister of the interior, declared his country's vote "will always be for the strengthening of the spirit of the league and for an increasingly effective fulfillment of the provisions of the pact and for the service of the cause of peace, without the maintenance, of which the leagues has no right to exist as a poitical institution." Contract Let on Hedley Highway AUSTIN. Sept. 16 (/P) — Federal and state highway agencies Saturday neared completion of preparations to put more than $6,000,000 of construction under contract. The highway department announced federal engineers added three projects estimated to cost $175,000 to others costing $2,190,000 of the approved list. P'ass neared completion on 14 others estimated to cost $1,160,000. Bids would be called on those soon. Bids will be opened Sept. 24 on 24 jobs estimated to cost $1,880,000. Aoditional approved projects included: Lamb, 4.8 miles of caliche base and asphalt preservative on highway 28 from 2.5 miles east of Circle to Halt County line, tend 1.1 miles through Olton. Lynn, 7.8 miles of caliche base and asphalt preservative on highway 9 from 6.2 miles north of Dawson county line to Tahoka-. Donley, 12.7 miles of caliche base and triple asphalt surface from Clarendon to Hedley, and three- tenths mile in Clarendon. AH, SWEET REVENGE NEW YORK, Sept. 16 (/P)—The school teachers of New York have been given a list of 174 books on progressive teaching methods—which they must read at home I M. P. DOWNS Automobile Loans Short and Long Terms BEPINANOINO Small and Large IM Combs-Warier PBone 53fl ToSe* Comfortably Dr, Paul Oweiti The Optometrist We n»cl»!lie In fitting comforUbU Glaues u w*U ju the peweat »fy Owen-Optical Clinic PH. PAUl. OWBfJS. Optometrtit. Firit Nitlon.l B»nl( Bldg' P&mt JM All make? Typewriters wjd Other Office Manrritu>« r&ean> >*"!*"• ***"wir aji-iii. IJ. iwjiw.j »»nu(iiii("T ed and Repaired. *-A!) Worfc Guar&ntejir}-.. C»U JIMMIE TIC] PAMPA OFFJCK S READY MADE Wff H*^W«WM» A V* COffALU ft*AN TO N m****** Wanda Steele was burled In England, according to her wishes, and the cabled confirmation of her nearest relative, a brother in New York. After the funeral, Rex Moore learned the meaning of those last words that she had breathed. A member of a firm of solicitors that had been acting for her, who, besides Himself, her maid, and her chauffeur, were the only mourners, drove Him back from the little country churchyard of the village that her family had originally come from; and asked him to come into his office. Here he revealed the fact that Mrs. Steele had made a fresh will the very day before her accident, in which she had left him nearly the whole of her property in Californitti and securities that would bring him in a very comfortable income. Rex was overwhelmed. His first thought was that he would be Independent of Mark Albery, He felt an inexpressible gratitude to the dead woman who had demonstrated her love for him beyond the grave. 'Everything was In perfect order, the lawyer assured him. He had exchanged cables with Mrs, Steele's men of business In California and with her brother. There could be no question about the validity of the will. Rex Moore went out, dazed, Into the hot July afternoon. He felt humble; so unworthy of the dead Woman's great love. H6 walked swiftly through the streets; not only a free, but a rich man. The next day an even greater blassing was bestowed on Rex Moore. On paying a visit to the famous eye specialist, he was told by the great man: "I can find no more trace of the trouble, Mr. Moore. I am happy to pronounce you completely cured." Chapter 48 REX IS MISSING Only on one point did Laurie stand up firmly to Mark Albery. It was about Gladys."I cannot be separated from my sister until the time when the supposed divorce will be made public," she said. "Gladys will have to be" told the truth, so that she -can come and be with me. She is not strong. I don't want her to work for a little while. She would break down. I should be worrying about her all the time.'.' "It Is surely foolish to force her to give up her 1 work," Albery retorted, with a certain amount of reason. "I'm not thinking of doing that. I'm too fond of work myself. And Glad will be s great dancer some d)ay. I want, her to have a chance. I want her to go to the best teacher in the world. I :want her to go on working and learning until she is ready. But I want her to have a rest first. She is really ill. And she is all I have in the world." "You surely don't want us to take her on our honeymoon, Laurie?" Albery asked, with his disturbing smile. Physically and mentally she shrank from him, from the very thought of their married life together. But she must not show it. "If Gladys Is ill," he suggested, "let us leave her in a good nursing home. I will tell my cousin, Mrs. Dent, to look after her. I can think of some plausible story to tell her. She is very simple, kind woman. And then we can decide where Gladys is to go for her training. Anything In the world that is possible I will do to please you, my dear little girl." So It was settled that way. Laurie had' a fairly easy task with Gladys, The girl was really broken. She was in a sense desperately 111. She, had a great deal more emotion In her nature than her sister had thought, and more power of suffering. She was listless; she cared for nothing. Laurie told her that she had to go away on a business trip for her employer. She also told her that ,she and Rex MbOre were going W be divorced. Gladys was not well enough to finish her present contract. Laurie Had communicated with the manager of the troupe, send he understood. Laurie wanted her to go Into a nursing home for two or three weeks, so that she could get quite strong again. Mr. Albery's cousin would look after her. Mr. Albery was being kindness Itself, as usual: "Because he's potty about you!" remarked Gladys, with that strange divining glance of hers. "When you and Rex are divorced, are you go- Ing to marry him?" Laurie admitted that she was. But It was a dead secret. "Does he know about Jimmy?" "No, darling. Not from me, of course. And It Isn't likely that he'll hear It from Dallas himself. Only Rex knows, and you may be sure that he will never tell." "You're funny, Laurie," said Gladys. "I can't help feeling that you're in love with Rex all the time. And yet you're divorcing him! But I suppose you've got a reason. Men are all alike." But she was not really interested. She was too much taken up With her own misery. She fell In with Laurie's plans for her without a Word of protest. Mark Albery went over to France. Not a word about Rex Moore passed between him and Laurie before he left. Laurie did not communicate with Rex, or he with her. She supposed he was back at Gretton, making his final preparations for the great Pacific flight. She did not know of Wanda Steele's death. There had been only a brief reference to the accident: in the papers, which she had missed. The day came when, as Laurie told herself, her life would end. Everything was ready. Her modest luggage was on a cab. Gladys was comfortably Installed In the nursing home. She had Immediately taken to the role of the luxurious patient, and her beauty enchanted the nursng staff, who; one and, all, were only too eager to wait on her hand and foot. The rest, and the seclusion from the outside world, were Indeed a boon to the girl, and her sister knew that. At the Albery offices it was und- derstood that Mrs. Moore had gone on her summer holiday. Laurie was keeping on her rooms for Gladys to go back to. Albery had told her to, so that nobody should suspect the truth. Albery had come back to London yesterday, and was meeting her at the station. She drove away from her little home with- despair in her heart, Albery was in the station courtyard. He hurried to her and clasped her hand, his eyes devouring her face that looked rarely beautiful today In its pallor and fragility, with the blue eyes, dark and haunted, a light in them not of this earth. The face of a woman who was offering herself as a sacrifice. And Albery's face that of a; man who was gloating over a victim, with insanity to his brain. As they went into the station, Laurie saw a newspaper headline. The black letters danced before her eyes: : : "REX MOORE MISSING. • ' REPORTED DEAD." Albery saw the paper at the same time as Laurie. The girl stared at him "unseeingly, and turned to go out of the station again. "Rex—missing!" she said. "Rex reported dead!" Albery gripped her arm. "Don't be a little fool! Come and get Into the train." "No. I can't go away without knowing." "Don't make a scene here! Come on—we shall miss the train." But she suddenly recovered her- and said firmly: Am hot gotef away. How can you expect me to? where Is Bex? Where has He flown to?" "t can't say for certain. He Was going to cross the Alps, to make some tests-. "Why didn't you tell me?" "I didn't see why it sh&uld inter, est you any more. Come, Laurie, don't stand here talking!" "Nothing Will induce me to leave England until 1 know that he Is safe," she answered calmly. "You are being ridiculous. Everything" Is arranged for oUf marriage tomorrow." "Marriage?" She spoke the word os if it could have no connection with herself. "But If Rex is dead—" She stopped, The look- on his face froze the words on her lips. He was looking at the contents bill. He was smiling that terrible smile. His close-set lips parted In that cruel, triumphant grin of a man revelling in some fiendish satisfaction. She had seen It on his face that morn- Ing on the Gretton airfield when she Had been about ta go up with Rex Moore and he had come and prevented her. And, all of a sudden, she knew that if Rex Moore were dead, Mark Albery had sent him to his death. She felt it not as a suspicion but ffs a certainty. She looked at the man beside her with Horror in her eyes. "If he's dead, you've killed him," she said tonelessly. "You are mad!" he retorted, but the madness was In his own' eyes, and again he gripped her arm and tried to force her Into the station, But she tore herself away. Laurie refused to see Mark Albery during the next days. 1 Sne could not, bring herself t&, that Ibofc on his lice haunted he'ty ' ' TJiere was nor hews of.lfex^Moore. Albery etcceptea her declsibtf With a surprising meekness, and Sent he'r & message every day to say that he Had Heard nothing, in spite' of all His effofts. He gave his anxiety about Rex Moore as his excuse for his return to the office and his postponement of his- holiday, it was natural enough. "' -•' But when he was alone, he looked as Satan might have looked when his plans went wrong. Rex Moore had started a day too soon. Once in France, he could have kept all'news of the airman's flight from Laurie. And once she was his wife, It oould not have mattered. She would soon have settled down. It seemed as if the fellow could not be dead. The report had come from a village in' the North' of France, but it was found to refer to a young Frenchman who was fly- Ing his private plane and Crashed and been killed, and who was quite unknown in that part ol the country. (Copyright, 1935, Coralie Stanton) Mrs. Weldon Wilson Spencer Corsets Individually designed garments for men, women and children. Ph. 502-W 605 N. Somcrvllle 24 HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE "BEAR" FRAME & AXLE WORK COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE HIGH PRESSURE WASHING * SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION OPEN """ "ALL^ NIGHT Phone 453-- —Just West of the Schneider Hotel Phone 453 When la Amarillo Park With Fire Proof Storage Store yon* ear In R modern garage. We have prompt delivery service, anywhere IB the 'city. Complete Automobile Hotel Service, and we are Opra All Night to »erve jrn. Rule Bldg. Garage Phone M2SI Ird Street at r«tt NEW BUSES! THRU SERVICE! Pampa to Oklahoma City Via Shortest Route Leave AmarlUo, 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 Point* New Equipment. Reclining Chairs. Safe, Competent Driver* Fastest Time to the East, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! RIDE PANHANDLE STAGES, Inc. PAMPA BUS TERMINAL 115 South Russell Phone 171 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PAMPA The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In EVERY PROFESSION Accountants /. B. BOBT 412 Combs-Worley, B. 880W, Of 787 Attorneys PHILIP WOLFE 204 Combs-Worley Bid*., Ph. 1268 Auditors —See Accountant* Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, US W. Porter, P 81 Boilers J. M. DEEBING Boiler A Welding Works, 1006 8. Barnes, Pbone 29% Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Poors East Rex Theatre, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST 0, E. Lancaster, Fustor, Pbone (28 Cjty Offices GRAY COUNTY &EI4EF BOARD City crrr op PAMPA BO, City Dvpment, City HL Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City HL Ph. 1183 City Mffrs. Office, City BL Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofe. City HI. P 1181 Fire Station, 203 W, Foster, Fit. 80 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Offices GRAY, COUNT? OF, CT. HOUSE Auditor £ Treasurer, Ph. 105? Constable's Office Phone 7T County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fm. Apt., Sin. Pmstr. Ph. t*4 County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 JusMce of Pe»C8 PI. No. 1, I*. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phone 622 Sheriff's Office, Phone 24JJ Supt. Public Instruction, Ph. 1084 Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 60S ghernwn wwte, Phone «g| Florists FLORAL CO E. Foster, Phone 89 Freight Truck —See Mo^or Frejfb^ L|u.ef HoteU MARIE HOTEL West Foster Ave. Phone Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg;, Phone 131 Laundries - Cleaners .YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLNRS. 301-0? E. Frawte, Phone 07* Machine Shoos JONES-EVERETT MCEL CO. Baraea & Frederick gts., Phone 249 Mptor Freight Lines LBR WAY MOTOR FREIGHT 500 Wes$ Brawn, P.hone 870 PAMPA BAIL? NEWS 382 W. Footer. ftXHW 0 PAMPA PRESS 115 pi. Balterd, Phipt ||| Qi} Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 338 R. C. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 35Q Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 668 Schools Baker E. Tuke Phone 931 High School 123 W. Francis ph. 7C Horace Mann N. Banks Phone J3I Junior High 126 W. Francis, P, 851 Lawr, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 800 N, Frost Ph. 11M Sohpol Garag-e, 70S N.Rus^Ph. H$7 Roy McMillan, Court Hse Supt. Pub. Schls, 123 W. Frets, PJ57 Woodrow Wifeon, & Brnlnjr, Transfer $ Sltorf g «. PAMPA TRANSFER & fg 600 West Brown, Phone 102? State Bonded Warehouse. -RQ.
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