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It p§r word for «aeb imccMdlnc tarn •An tkt firtt two JMIM*. The Pamp* Daily NEWS For Sale FOR; SALE—Two bargains—60 ac. sublrrlgated farm in Wheeler County, and a 52 A. farm well improved in Scott county, Ark. Will trade 'Arkansas farm for home here. Starkey, Duncan Bldg. ' '• "• lp-142 FOB SALE—Two, room house and lot. House is 14x28, on paved liighway. $425. Office 122 N. Ballard. 1P-142 POR SALE!—Cash—8 room duplex to be moved. 914 W. 4th, Amarlllo 6c-147 FOR SALE—Three room house and '28 model Chevrolet coupe. See J O. Carter, Phillips-Davis • lease. 3p-144 FOR SALE—Special on . mill run bran. Saturday and Monday. $1.40 per hundred. B and B Feed Store. 319 S. Olivier. 3p-144 FOR SALE—Used air cooled Elec- trolux, $70 reduction, also used Fi;igi^aire, bargain. Thompson Hardware Co. 3C-144 FOR SALE—Thresed Maize, $1.40 per hundred. Zeb's Feed Store. y ' 3P-143 FOR SALE—Pi vr room modern house, suitable for moving. Call or write E. J. Bones, Panhandle, Texas. 6p-140 FOR SALK—Large Chevrolet '34 model, 7 tube car radio. $60 set never unpacked. Priced to sell. Phone 138. Se-143 WATCH SALE—Elgin, Waltham 'Illinois, Southbend and Hamilton'! All are size 12 with 15 jewels. New open face fancy engraved white or yellow gold cased. Movements rebuilt like new. Postpaid for $6 each To Salesmen $60 per dogen. Hornet Dunn. Box 221, Wellington, Texas. 3C-143 FOR RENT—Light housekeeping room. Maytag privileges. 600 South Somerville. 2p-143 If Mrs. A. B. Lockhart will call .at the office of the Fampa Daily News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Bette Davis in "Special Agent" showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. FOR SALE—Just received truck load of East Texas Puerto Rico yellow yams. $1.00 per bushel. West Side Fruit and Vegetable market. 412 S Cuyler. 4p-143 FOR SALE—$150 down buys a 4- room house. Balance like rent. See me at 616 N. Frost." 3p-142 NO. 1 YOUNG Jersey cow for sale One mile east Kingsmill, Phillips pump station. 3p-142 JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 166 Duncan Bdlg A real surprise, 4 R. modem, beautiful lot on N. Starkweather, near school, on pavement. WJH exchange for land; This cozy little home wil 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 $5D, $75, $110, $200 and up. 6C-143 FQR SALE—26 used radios, $7.50 up. Tarpjey Music Store. . 60-142 FOR SALJj—Trailer house for sale with' or without furniture, also garage. 500 E, Brwnow, ' : ' ' FOR 8AJJ3 by Jphji W. Grout and Sori, painting and pap.erh.ang}ng Office phone 341, Johnson Harfj Wire'Co. 211 N, purvtence. • •••••'•••• 26-16 Woj?k Wanted DEPENDABLE, lady wants work Hospital experience. Will nurs without house^prjf pr will do house work. M. fte|!ip.npyer, Pftone 574-W lc-14 WANTEDr-^PJain sewing. make your 'scbopj and hous dresses. 5Q1 N. ^immpr, Tajley Addi t}on. ' • 2c-14 E|2CPERIENPI)R girt wants house work. References. 431 N. Warren 3P-14 WAHTBP.—WQiJsework, by hour p day" by' experienced lady, ences. 708 Denver St. Lost -Toy terrjer 4pg. er." Blacfe wijtji brown „ ,„,„ 5 Ibs. Will party 'who ha§ him gall 974. Reward. lo- LOST nwr ft Beauty Parlors ERMANENT WAVES SPECiAL— $1.25 waves for $1.00 or 2 for $i;60, .50 oil Waves, $2.00> $5.00^oll waye, 2;75. All new supplies. Bertha Quails tump. 442 N. Starkweather. Phone 154. 6c-145 PUFFB Across from Rex Theatre 821 W. Foster — Phone 135S Special This Week HygfeMld Facial with Vita Ray treatment ... ......... ..... 756 Pcttnancnts ...... $1.50 to $7.50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F, PAtlLEY, Mpr. Madallne Gantz OIL PERMANENTS Money. Back Guaranteed Not to Burn Your Scalp or Hair Pcrmanentg $1.50 to $10.00 Eugene, Artistic, Realistic, Duarts, Frederics, Shelt'on Permanents Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPB 3 Doors North Bank Mack & Paul's Barber Shoppe on Balcony Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves $1.89 Duart Permanents $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral $5.01 ZULA BROWN BEAOT1T SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone S4f Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15c Eye dye and lash dye 35q MRS. HARRY DEAN UZ'A N. Frost Phone 308 Automotive, CAR VALVES! 1934 Chevrolet Master Sport Coupe, lots of extras $475 1034 DeLuxe Plymouth C6dch' 475 1934 Ford V*8 Tudor 475 193.1 Chevrolet Sport Codpe 350 1931 Chevrolet Sport Coupe 250 1931 Chevrolet Standard Coupe 200 CtlLBERSON- SMAtLtNO CHEVI16LET CO.,' inc. PLAN! If Mrs. R. A. Hipps Will call at the office of the Pampa Dally News before 5 o'clock she will receive a free ticket to see Bette Davis in "Special Agent" showing at the La Nora Friday and Saturday. ENGLAND DESIRES TO KEEP ITALIANS GUESSING AUTOMOBILE RKPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 26c-165 For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished south bedroom, outside entrance, close in. 25 Sunset Drive. 2p-143 RENT—Two room furnished apartment for couple. Call 729. lc-142 FOR RENT—Furnished bedroom 719 N. West. Gc-147 FOR RENT—One two-room furnished house, also one three room furnished house. Bills paid. 3 blocks west of Hilltop Grocery' on Borger Highway. Apply 3rd house north. lc-442 FOR RENT—Nice comfortable bedroom, twin beds. Outside entrance. 405 E. Kingsmill. 3C-144 FOR RENT—Three room modern apartment. Adults only. 525 B. Fredrick. 2p-142 FOR RENT—Nice sleeping room outside entrance, for men. 711 N. Somerville. 3c-143 FOR RENT—Desirable bedroom adjoining bath, close in, men preferred. 423 N. Cuyler. Phone 704^ 3C-142 FOR RENT—Furnishecj housekeeping room. Adults only. 826 W. Kingsmlll. " 2c-142 FOR RRNT-i-Two room furnished house, shower. Bills paid, 5J5 N. Zimnier St., Taljey a4dition. ' ' 3p-142 RENT—Maytag washer by hour. Plenty conveniences. 1300 S. Barnes. Newton's Cabins. 6p-143 FOR Rerj(^—Large modern rpoms, make tlje Marle'Hotel your winter iom,e. Mrs. Mable Kemp, prop. 60-142 FOR RENT—Rooms and aparjj- ments. Across street from Your Laundry. American" Hotel. '' 26C-154 Loans Fay All pills With One Loan! Personal loans, no endorser! required. $5 TO $50 Immediate wrvlce—Lowest rate* SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Mirr. First National Bank Building- Room 4 •- . , phorie 111 |$ SAJJIR? tpAJNS $f $5 TO f 50 to Carbon Black and Oil Field Workers NO ENDORSERS; NO SECURITY All dealings strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANT 109% Soutll Ciiyler Street Over"B(»te'T|ieater ^B^^aaHHavaaMBiBVB^BiBi Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Threshed maisse, $1.40 per hundred. Zeb's Feed Store.. 3p-143 OPENING HOME nursery. Will care for phildren for 10c per hour or 6pc per'day. '12,23 E. Francis. LET M? HELP you with your lan<}- • soaping. Fajl Is an excellent tln>e for planting. Phone me at 80 Thomas Clayton with Clayton Flora Co. 410 E. Foster. 26C-143 RADIO REPAJRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed Davis Electric Co. aec-148 to Buy CASH PAH? for u§ecl th-es. Joe Bur'- Oompsiny.- Help Extra Value In Good U>sed Cars! 1933 Olds Coupe 1933 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan 1929 Graham-Paige Deluxe Sedan 1931 Chevrolet 4-Pass. Coupe 1929 Ford Pickup 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. SomcrvUle Phone 977 Long Aide to Ask U. S. for Peace Role of envoy of the Huey Long forces to seek peace with the national administration is reported to have been given Representative Paul Maloney, above, one of Long's chief aides in New Orleans. The Long machine is said to be ready to repeal many of the dictatorial laws and support Rooseve'lt in 1936 if federal probes in Louisiana are baited and fed• era! patronage restored. BY CHARLES P. NUTTER, LONDO^T, Sept. 19 (*>—An au- .horitative source asserted today ;hat the British sir ministry was juildlng up the royal air forces at strategic Mediterranean stations for any eventuality which might arise 'rom the present dispute between Italy and Ethiopia. At the same time, the British admiralty list showed that the ad- Tiiralty, having virtually depleted ts home fleet to reinforce naval stations in the Mediterranean,'now s calling on its American West indies fleet for additional support. Iri contrast with these naval mnr- neuvers; which now have been made more or less public, the heavy air •einforcenients — likewise officially characterized as precautionary—will be 'kept secret. A concentration of fighting, jombing, and observation planes, hinted as having taken place in the vicinity of the Suez canal, Egypt, 'Gibraltar, and the Sudan, is expected to be referred to iri general terms in a forthcoming announcement by the air' ministry. Phis announcement, however, is not ixpected'tb give" specif 1C details. British strategists explained the element of uncertainty Is most im- jortant in the present situation md said there was no disposition to weaken the British position by Premature disclosures. One informed source said the PVesent' military policy of Great Britain is to keep the Italians guessing until it becomes perfectly clear what, is going to happen in ;he' Mediterranean's potential powder keg. Certain diplomats said they re- garde'd the airplane movements as of the gravest significance, not as'a threat to Italy but as a most distinct evidence that Great Britain is prepared to protect her interests The foreign office, meanwhile kept in close contact with Geneva awaiting official indication as to how Premier Mussolini' would regard the league compromise plan There was no Immediate indication of optimism in Geneva, although lr some quarters a faint hope that the situation would shortly ease was expressed. _ Eight Farmers Of West Texas Under Charges DALLAS, Sept. 19 (IP) — Eigh Lynn, Terry, and Jones countj farmers were under federal indict ments today charging the making of false' applications to the farm credit administration for livestock feed loans and alleged fraud ir obtaining the loans. Indicted by the grand jury yes terday were Joseph D. Pruitt and William O.' Elliott of the Lubbock federal court division, and Gastoi I Pruitt, J. L. Griffin, Henry A Bates, William D. Cupps, Olive Alan Cupps, and Harry F. Shan non, of the Abilene court district. It was indicated trials would bi at Lubbock and Abilene. Joe H. Jones, assistant United States district attorney, said the cases were the first to be pressec under the new criminal code of thr farm administration. THIS CURIOUS WORLD NINE-TENTHS OF THE WORLD'S /so OP ANTELOPES L.IVE IN fN $OOTH THER-E, AR^E. WHICH LAV LARGER THAN WHICH INAB1J5 THgM TO GAIN Only Picture of Sextuplets in Existence The scxtuplcts of Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa, arc shown above in what is believed to be the first authentic photograph of scxtuplcts ever to be published in an American newspaper. Guarded by a grim native policeman, these tiny babies were seen and photo- graphed by missionaries shortly after their birth, May 10, 1903. They arc known to have lived 8 days but their ultimate fate Is not known. Perhaps in some remote jungle of the Gold Coast, these scxtuplets are alive today. [ (Copyright, 1935, NEA Serrvice. Inc.)! ONLY JOB OF LEGISLATURE IS TO DEFINE SALOON CORRECTLY ANSTIN, Sept. 19 UP)— The leg? islature provided itself, some say by premeditation, with a way out of what was expected to prove a distressing dilema arising from prohibition repeal. When legislators first started pondering plans for liquor regulatory laws they noted the repeal amendment placed them under specific command to forever ban the open saloon. The question of what is a saloon immediately arose. Members searched through dictionaries and law books and were unable to find a: definition. No one could agree on a- definition. Those seeking a sound solution were nonplussed. A careful perusal of the terms of the amendment, however, was illuminating. It gave the legislature specific authority to define a saloon, ergo, they exulted, a saloon is whatever the legislature says it is, whether it would be so in common acceptance. Even though designation of what constitutes a saloon will be left to legislative discretion, many words will flow before factions in the house and senate and the houses finally agree on a legal definition. Rep. R. Emmett Morse of Houston, who directed the drive for prohibition repeal both in the legislature and during the campaign, said he wanted a law that would fit the facts in the liquor problem and would not perpetuate the speakeasy and the bootlegger. He said he fa:- vored a liberal definition of "saloon." ' "I am for the strongest type of law to protect the integrity of dry counties and political subdivisions," Morse said. "But we also should enact a statute that will fit the facts as they now exist. I believe that in communities where the sentiment is overwhelmingly wet liquor should be made easily available. It should be brought out in the open and strictly regulated. "We should be careful that the state gets the maximum of revenues from the liquor traffic but, at the same time, does not enact a measure that will cause a continuation of the present bootlegging system." Morse drafted a license bill in collaboration with Elbert Hooper, former first assistant attorney general under Governor Allred. Looks Like Wild Game in Texas Is Still Plentiful AUSTIN, Spt. 19. (/Pj—The bureau of biological survey, U. S. department of agriculture, cooperating with the livestock sanitary commission of Texas and the Texas predatory animal control association, employed 75 men in August when 797 coyotes, 48 bobcats, four mountain lions and 83 wolves were killed. In addition six unborn coyotes and five bobcats were destroyed. Dan Rhodes in Webb county led with 92 coyotes and three bobcats. J. L. Beavers was second with 86 coyotes in Bee county. George Wimberley in Dimmlttt and LaSalle counties caught 72 coyotes and two bobcats. "For a number of years reports have been reaching us of an increase in the mountain lion infestation in this state and of a cor- responding decrease in the deer population in the same areas," says the monthly report. "With the very effective work accomplished by J. E. Hearn with his traps on the Cnllaghan ranch and Ira Wood with his dogs in various localities in South Texas, together with the occasional capture of lions by our coyote and wolf trappers, we are rapidly getting these animals under control in South Texas and now, with the addition of Fred Moore of Hudspeth county to our force, we hope gradually to accomplish the same results in West Texas. Mr. Moore has a pack of trained lion dogs and has already accomplished very effective results in his area for the county and for individual ranchmen." Statesman France Dies VEVEY, Switzerland, Sept. 19 </P) —Jules Cambon. 90, former French ambassador to Washington and Berlin, and one of France's "elder statesmen," died today. The diplomat drifted slowly into unconsciousness at midnight and died at 4 a. m., with his son and daughter at the bedside. Cambon's brilliant diplomatic ca- reer covered nearly 50 years, fron 1870 to the World war. Although he • retired to a quietl ccuntry life at the end of the) World war, his counsel often wa sought by those who shaped the) foreign policy of France. o TAXPAYER'S FRIEND FAIRFIELD, Conn., Sept. 19 (fP)- The city hall's new septic tank sys-j tern cost Fairfield nothing. Thd architect favored a New York prodJ uct, so Mitchell B. Stock, local com-l pany manager, said he would give! his to the city rather than see thd contract go out of town. He didl even to handling a pick and shovel| with his men. SEE tlS FOR GOOD USED TIRES'" AND USED TRUCK PARTS PAMPA HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY M. P. DOWNS Automobile Loans Short and Long Tenni REFINANCING Small and Large I0t Combs-Worley Bid* Phone 338 When ^ in Amarillo Park With Phone 212H Fire Proof Storage Store yonr ear In * modern garage. .We have prompt delivery service, anywhere In .the city. Complete Antomobll* Hotel Service, and we an Open All Mrht to serve y««. Rule Bldg. Garage Jrd Street M TO* BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Pest !• EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest IB EVERY PROFESSION Accountant* J. B. ROBY «2 Cowba-Wprley, W. 98QW, Of 787 Attorneys PHILIP WOWFJS 2Q| Cpmbs-Worley BW«. Auditors —See Accountant* a bird of prey ia flylpg easily, it Jceepg j,U yrings . , | Wes S^S !l?f• « ? »w»«ttwS %!»» »» l s^ f* vV«>"!f i»rflf\»jr.P_ cr.Ti",-». ««« n ^,aS-!>i,i'/cnthnrs, froffi .""KM when cjfcwtog I|?J, it 8tr»l6^T S ^r «^--~ •« • .-v, - ^SH^^'WS^JBJS"" >«'4«Vclot-iiktt1vr>f'*Kihi notch if PAMFA Bakerie* , W5 W, Foster, V 81 Bojlers J. M. PEERING Boiler is Welding Works, 1006 S. Barnes, Phone 292 CANARY gANpWICH SHOP 3 DOOM Eaat Q«z Theatre, Ph. 760 Church«f FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Q, E. Lancaster, Pastor, Pity Qfffcei as/** CQJW* RELIEF city p$H QJfte I* IM CJTT OP PAMPA . City Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 381 City Health Dept, City HI, Ph. 1183 City Mffrs. Office, City ED. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofc. City HLP 1181 Fire Station, 203 W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Offices GRAY, COBNTPV OF, PT, HOPSE Auditor S? Treasurer, Ph. 105? Constable's Office Phone 71 County Clerk, Phone 467 Cnty. Fm. Agt., Hm. Dmstr. Ph. Mi County Judge, Phone 837 District Pier!*, Pbpne 785 Justice of Peace PL No. 1, Pk. 77 Justice of Peace No, 2, Phone «23 Sheriff's Office, Phone 245 Supt. Publl? Instruction, Ph. 108! T»x Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 gfeennan White, Phone 128f Florist* co P- Foster, Phone 8« Wne» Llnej CO. PAJP>4 Hotela MARIE HOTEL 307)4 West Foster Ave. Phone 9526 Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENPY Combs-Worley Bid?., Phone S3! Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLNRS 301-09 E. Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shop» JONES-EVP^ETfT MOH. CO, Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 243 Motor Freight Linei LEE WAT MOTOR FREIGHT 500 West Brown, Phone 270 Newspaper* f W, Foser, PAMPA PBESS U5>g. PlumJbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 338 R. P. STOREY PLUMBING CO. 538 South Cuyler Phone 359 Printing PAMP4 DA^Y NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker E, Tuke Phone 931 High School 123 W. Francis Ph. 7 Horace Mann N. Banks Phone 9.3JI Junior »te» 126 W. Francis, P- Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Pftone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N. Frost Ph,U>}| School Garage, 706 N, HussJ, Ph. J157| Roy McMillen, Court Pse,, Ph.S6g Supt. Pub, Schls, 123 W, Wilson, E. Transfer PAMPA TR, W-yJ

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