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TWO ,THB PAMBA 8UNBAY , FBfMJAllI? 16, 1935; A City^s Wants Classified For Your Benefit Classified Advertising Rates Information Alt want-»1» are strictly clwh sod lr< »«crt«d over the pbon« with th« riotltlre undtrBtdBdinE tnat the account h.to b» pnld when onr collector calto. PBOKE TOUR WANT AD tO 666 or 667 On tenrteom ad-taker will rweltt jrtmt Want Ad, h*lpln« yon word It. All «ds for './Situation Wanted" and "Loit and Fotind" arc cath with order and will not be accepted over the telt- pliono Out-of-town advertising, cash with TKeiPampa Daily NEWS >re$erre» the r)»ht tb clsmlty all Wants Ad» tinder mpptoprlftte headlnffR and to revise or withhold from publication any copy dtemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be (riven In time for correction before second Insertion. IB cue of '»ny error or an omission In advertising ot any nature The .Daily HEWS shall not be held liable for da'msROT further than tl'e amount received for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 83, »9H 1 day, 2c a word; minimum 80c. I days, 4c n word, minimum 60c. Ic per word : for each succeeding. Issue after the first two Issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS 'For Sale T!OR BALE—Corn foci meat, hofis at market priors. A few left. E. ' C. Barrett, 3 miles *outh of Humbli camp and one-half west. . 3p-266 FOR SALE—Four-room modern house and lot $1.100.00 small payment down, balance like vent. Also 3-room modern house and lot. $500. See W. T. Hoilis, 525 South Faulkner. lc-264 BLOCK OF 22 lots out of city. A r bargain at $650.00. See W. T Hoilis, 525 S. Faulkner. lc-264 1931 CHEVROLET coupn, has air. ' wheels and radio. Best '31 model in town. 818 No. Frost. Gc-269 GOOD RESIDENCE lot and also / 5-room modern house on pavement. Reasonable. Postoffice box 1844. lp- tOR SALE OR TRADE for car, 2 • lots on East Francis on comer Will trade one or both for good late model rar. Apply at Lane's Service Station, corner Kingsmill and Ballard. 3c-2GF Automotive USED CAB SPECIALS 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1929 Ford 4-Door Sedan. 19.12 Tontine 6 Coupe. 1930 Chevrolet Cottpe* 1930 Ford Coupe. 1929 Ford Tndor Sedan. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe. 1930 International Trnck. 19.1.1 Master Chevrolet Coupe. 193.1 Ford V-S Tudor. Many Others—Terms TOM ROSE (Ford) Used Car Values! Two 1333 Chevrolet Sedans 1031 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Chevrolet Sedan TITO 1931 Chevrolet Conpcg 1931 Ford Coach Two 1930 Chevrolet Conpea 1933 Ford Coach 1930 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Truck 1933 International Pickup 10 others to pick from. Culberson-Smalling Chevrolet Co., Inc. AUTO LOANS CARSON LOFTUS Boom ' 303, Combs-Worley Bldf. Phone .110 For Rent FOR RENT—Lovely front bedroom. Adjoining bath. Close in. 311 N. West St. lc-204 FOR RENT—Extra nice two-room furnished collage. Bills paid. Maytag washer. Inquire 411 South Russell. lp-204 FOR RENT—Throe-room unfurnished Rparlihent. Garage. 125 Sunset Drive. 3c-2CB FOR RENT — Front bedroom, garage. 220 '.i North Starkweather. _ _____ lp-2G4 FOR RENT~r7ight housekeeping room, use of washing machine. 600 South Somervillc. lp-36.4 FOR RENT — Three-room furnished apartment, close in, bills paid. 112 ______ __ if~MrsrJuTlaii iBarrett will. call at the office of the -Pampa .Daily New.!: she will receive a free 'ticket to.scr Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in "Forsaking All Others." Monday or Tuesday. FOR SALE—To be moved, G-room modem duplex. M. Hcflin, corner Kingsmill and Ballard. 3C-265 FOR RHNT—Apartment' for rent See Mrs. Smith. Gil West .Foster 3C-2GG SALE—Sunslrand adding ina- • -. chine with stand and a checko- meter, in first class condition. Call or write Mrs. W. A. Fowler. 600 La. St., Arnarillo, Texas. Phone 7104. Terms cash. Gc-267 ; If Mrs. George Briggs will call at the office of.the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable, and Joan Crawford in "Forsaking AU Others," Monday or Tuesday. ut of town owner will • sacrifice 5-room modern home, large "sleeping porch, small rent housel r: 'Garage, 50 foot corner lot, one blogk from Worley hospital, all for. $2,760.00. Must have $2,000.00 cash, .inquire 531. South Cuyler. Gc-266 FOR SALE—'30 model Ford coupe. • Code price $172.00. Will sell for $100.00. See Johnson at Pampa News. . tf 1830 PONTIAC SEDAN~Lbw price . and easy terms, to responsible pnrty. See this bargain at the AUTO STORE, 300 West Kingsinill. tfc 1932 V-8 FORD COUPE. Recondl- . Honed: look: almost new. A snap lor someone on very easy terms. Only, small down payment to reliable party able to meet monthly installments. AUTO STORE. 300 W. Kingsmill. Phone 1313 tfc FORD RADIO 1934 auto cabinet . model, used only short time as a demonstrator, only $27.50 installed. Auto Store, 300 W. Kingsmill. ^ •_ • .__/ tf FOR SALE—Painting, and .paper- hajnging. J. W. .Grout and -Son. >211 North Purvirince St. .SOc-306 FOR SALE — Feeds, grains, salt, seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zeb's Feed Store. _ _ __ _ _ ___ POR SALK— 24"~Per cenTaairy~ra- • tion at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. ; . ' 246-tfc FURNISHEJD APARTMENT—For rent. Frey Hotel. " 7c-268 E'OR RENT—One two-room apartment. Also four sleeping .rooms Telephone 1005-W. 522 South Ballard. 3p-264 Help Wanted SPECIAL EMPLOYMENT for married women. $15 weekly and your own dresses FREE representing nationally known Fashion Frocks. No canvassing. No investment. Send dress ".size. Fashion Frocks, Bep't S-6346/ Cincinnati, Ohio. :': : lp-26.4 Board and Room HOTEL MAYNARfctRobms. Ropri with"boar'd..'; Meals, served .family style, Me. Hot -biscuits. Mrs W. C. McKlnzijg. . 7p-26 Wanted HteLP-SELF wanted by dozen. GOO S Somer ville. Gp-269 WANTED—Young lady to share room with another. Rsferences exchanged. 207 East Browning. 3p-266 WANTED TO RENT—Nice room in private home. Must be above the average. Can furnish excellent references. Room 306. Schneider hotel Sp-266 Situations Wanted SITUATION WANTED — Housekeeping or nursing at once. Experienced.' Can give good refor. ences. Write Box 129, or call a little house on Bradford lease, 2 miles west and about 2 section; north of town. Mrs. Conley. -, . ' 31-201 WORK WANTED—Refined youni lady wants some kind of work Willing to do anything. Will worl for $1.00 a day. Must have work at once. Age 22. Write box GO, earn of NEWS, Pampa.-' 3t-26 FOR RELIABLE nurse; see Mrs Graham. 217 N. Gillespie. 8p-26 Spend The Winter On The West Coast ATifRICi! Our represontatives on the coast have scut us $200.00 worth of scrip on. MOTE CALBENTE / ^^^.gna Caliente, I \ i \ LQwep California, F. O.jM./ | : the Wosi Cpa.st's mo'st fashioijablc ^i exclusive hostplfy, \to bo soWatf ' Good ^or both ropm fend n^ Th»i scrip expireV4A.p'r4fils,t Personal ESSIE. Remember what I told you about Willinm biting his nails? Veil, we have solved it with Wrig- 'J''s Juicy Fruit Gum. Nell. lp-264 TOMACH ULCER, GAS PAl'NS, AND INDIGESTION victims, why ifter? For quick relief get a free ample of Udgn Tablets, a doctor's rescription, nt City Drug Store. 3p-266 NOTICE: Tlie party who took Douglas Stark's bicycle from In ront the Rex theater Friday night etwcrn 5 and C o'clock was seen. ' returned to owner 427 South aulkner. no questions will be nsk- d. 3t-268 IDDUERS CONTEST—McKenzie's Barn Dance. Feb. 14. Everybody ivllecl. 3C-266 Lost OST—Bunch of keys on B. C. Poiter key ring. Liberal reward, hone 656. 2C-2G6 Wanted To Buy ITGHEST PRICES paid for old gold jewelry and dental gold, regard- SB of condition. Riley, jeweler* next o J. C. Penncy's. 5P:^i 7 If Miss Neva Bergan will call at IP office of the Pampa Daily News :ie will receive a free ticket to see ^obcrt Montgomery, Clark Gable, ntl Joan Crawford in "Forsaking 11 Others." Monday or Tuesday. 13% 15 12 % 6 30% 30% Shell ........ 2 7 Simms 3 16 Soc Vac 16 14 Sou Pac .... 14 15.V4 Sou By 6 12% S O Cal . S O Tnd . S O N- J Studebnker Tex Corp . T U C&O Un Carb . U S Rub .7 24 23% 8 40% 40</ t 105 1 % 3 20 19% .34 3% 46% 3 146 14« 21 36% US Stl New York Curb Stocks Cities Svc ... 36 I'/i B& El B&S 40 6 5% Humble ...... 6 47 St Reg Pap .. 3 Hi 1% S O 'Ky ..... 8 20',4 19% 14 15'.* 12'/i 30% 24. 40'/i 1 20 4 46% 14% 36% VA 6 46% 1% 20 Beauty Parlor* PERMANENTS Our No Burnt, pcrmanenls arc beautiful, but. not expensive. No students- Sort water Fads not used second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting. No hair or scalp burns. Eugene and Sliclton permancnts $1.50 to $7.50. Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door W«t New Ppst Office, Entrance Tailor Shop Permanents $1.00 Up Wet set 15c cenls. Experienced operators. Mrs, Hobbs Opposite Pampa Hospital Phone 1097 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK, KANSAS CITY, Feb. 9. (fl>l(U. S. D. A.)—Cattle receipts nt eleven iniclwcslern markets totaled 152,500 compared with 177,767 last week and 161.737 the corresponding period a year ago. Although total supplies show a slight decrease the offering ot good and choice steers and yearlings was comparatively light resulting in a further advance. Better . grades generally ruled 25 or more above last week's lato prices with other steers and yearlings fairly steady. The more desirable fed heifers and beef cows cleared steady to 25 higher while lower grade heifers went \inchanged, nnd in between nrl cutter grades of cows moved at enkcr prices. Cattle returning to ic country continued to find an ntlet at firm prices except n,t Kanas City where a more liberal run of IB plainer kinds cashed at lower gurcs. At Chicago choice medium eight steers made a new top of •3.00 with best 946 Ib averages at 3.50. At river markets most stock- r and feeder sales ranged! from 00-7.25. Choice yearling stockers cached 7.60 at Kansas City. A decline of 25-50 or more was ported in fat lamb prices. Sheep old steady to strong;. Feeding lambs vere quoted strong to higher, at Chicago, around 25 lower at .Omaha, ml unchanged at other markets, islectcd Inmbs scored 9.25 early in he week higher at Chicago, around 5 lower at Omaha, and unchanged t other markets. Selected lambs cored 9.25 early in the week a,t .St. is with the week's bulk at 7.75.75. Best feeders made 7.50 at 'i.maha and Chicago. The hog run numbered 291.000 gainst 341,512 the same week last NEW YORK, .Fob.. 9. W)—Stocks paused for-a breathing spall'today after yesterday's recovery, but bond; continued to press higher. Wall Street could not glean much .u the way of fresh -clues from week- erid ;; -bu.siness reports, and while pressure of idle funds was '.still evident in the investment markets, iherc was little inclination to follow up the advance in common shares. An impressive assortment of preferred stock moved up a point '01 :,wo,- along with bonds, but the Associated Press average of GO common stocks showed a gain for the day of only 0.1 of a point, at 38.7 which was where it was a week ago. The turnover for the two-horn session was only 293,300 shares. Am Can 8 115'/i 114% 114=} Am For & Pow 2 4Vs Am Rad .... 6 14 VI 14 14U Am S&R '.... 4 35'/s 35 35 Am T&T .... 10-104'/i 104 104Vi Anac 12 10% 10% 10% AT&SF 10 45 44% 44% Avia Corp' 2 4% Baldw Loc ... 11 5% 5% 5% B & O 17 12 H 7 /s 11% Bendix 7 15'/i 15% 15',4 Barnsdall .... 5 6V1 fi'/s 6V4 Beth Stl 15 30 29% 29% Briggs Mfg .. 15 26% . 26% 26% Case J I .... 4 55% 55 55% Chrysler .... 38 38% 38% 38% CoJum G&E .. 16 6% Cbml Solv ... 13 20% 20% 20% Con Gas .... 22 19 18% 19 Con Oil 9 7% Cont Mot ...-. 3 l'/n Cont Oil Del ..13 18'/, IB 18 Cur Writ 11 2% 2% 2% El p&L 9 2% 2.-/1 2W Gen El 67 23% 23% 23% Gen Mot .... 46 31'/i 31% 31>/_ Gillette U 1* 13% 13% Goodrich .... 3 10 9% 99: Goodyear .... 9 22-y, 22% 22VS Hous Oil .... 1 14% Hupp Mot ... 4 2% Ills Cent .... 9 14 13'/j 13% Int Harv .... 13 40V, 40 40 Int T&T 8 8% . 8% W Kelvin 11 '17% 17 17 Kpnnec 6 16% 16% 16* M Ward 18 26% 26% 26 : J.' Nat 'Dairy ... 14 16 15% 15* Nat .DLst .... 29 27'/j 27V1 27?! Nal P&L .... 7 6%, 6% 69 N Y Gen .... 26 17Vs 17-Vi 17V N Y N H&H ..7 6Vi Nor Am .... 13 12 11% 12 Ohio Oil 6 10 Packard 27 4% 4% .4<x Penney J C .. 3 6B'/j 68'A 68V Penn R R ... 17 21% 31% 21 ; X Phil Pet .... 11 15% 15'/ 8 15.'4 Pub Svc N J ..8 24% 24% 24 7 / Pure Oil 6 7 6% 7 Radio 34 5H 5 5V Rem Rand 7 9% 9Vi 9.V Repub Stl .... 8 13% 13V4 13V Sears 13 35 !£ 35 35,'> Hy Class Used Cars 1932 V-8 1931 W30 M3X \ CoacbV\ O, D, Kerr Motor Co. W If. year, At cHicago and $6. Iwuls markets that wert relstivelf low last; week showed an uptiMi of 25-40 with other points sti"cM,:tb. 10 up. A top of 8.30 was registered at Chicago. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 9 •• .—The cotton market was very quiet ihitd- day's short w&k-erid session. Uri- casiness over the decisioh in the gold case restricted trading and induced A slightly easier feeling despite trie fact that outside markets were steady. Most of the fittlfe trac^ ing in evidence was evening up of commitments) Although cables were weak the market opened compartively steady and-even gained a few points in the first hour, but-eased off towards the end, losing 4 to 7 points 'from the highs with October shjowing the most weakness. There was a slight rally at the end and the market closed steady with prices showing net declines for the day of 1 to-6 points. March closed at 12.39 and:May at 12.45, down 1 point net for the day, July closed at 12.46, down 2 points net and October at 192.34, down G points net. ^ WHEELER COUNTY RECORDS Oil filings for Tuesday, Feb. 5; MD.—The Romero Co., et al to J. O. Whlttington, 1-16 int. section 6, block 27. ' MD.—General Industries Corp. to Harriett Green, or H. B., 9*1280 int. N-B \f section 49, block 24. MD.-^General Industries Corp. to Myrtle L.' Hunt, 5-320'int. N E '/. section 49, block 24. MD.—General, Industries Corp. to Harriett R. Green or R. W. Martin, Jr.. 9-1280 int. N B J 4 section 49, block 24. , . Oil filings for Wednesday, Feb. 6: MD.—Edgar Wischjcaempcr. et al to Dozier Gas Co.,'Shamrock, Texas, Vi int. 13.314 acres north of RR. N B Vi of N W % section .,53,' block 23. MD.—C. L. Head to A. J. Gingrqs. 1-315 int. N W '/i section 49 block 24, exc. '2',<> acres out of-N W corner. MD.—Chester Imes to-C. L. Head 2,4-1260 int. N W M. section 49, block 24, exc. 2Vi acres in N W corner. : MD.—Katherine M; Blasdel to Chester lines, 24-1260 int: N W Vi rection 49, block 24, exc. 2Vi acres in N W corner. Oil filings for Thursdays, Feb. 7: TENNIS PLAYERS CAN'T TAKE MONEY EXCEPT FOR 8 WEEKS CINCINNATI, Feb. 9 W— The United States Lawn Tennis association late today ratified allegiance to the controversial eightrweek rule, and at the same time adopted a means by which the rule may. be waived. It'accepted the rule, promulgated by'the Ihterhajtlonal '.Tennis Federation, as its executive t-ommittee urged. At the same time it approved, though not without dispute, what tl^e committee offered as a 'clarifying rider." The rule -says amateur players may not • accept expense's for; more than eight weeks in any one year, including time spent traveling from cue tourriairierit to another. The .'clarifying rider" exempts partici T pants in • national and section tournaments if. they are certified by their seetipna.1 associations as "official representatives" of' sUch 'scc- ticuvj.' In 'such; cases traveling, time docs not count. But for a flurry over the eight- Week'rule, the meeting moved with dispatch and harmony. 1 The association decided, to put on a "Wimbledon", basis the national singles for both men and women. Both tournaments were awarded to the West Side Tennis club of Forest Hills, L'ong Island, for August 29. • It will he the first time the events have : been held together; ' It backed its president, W. Mer- rill Hall, of New York, In rejecting a suggestion ot Czechoslovakia that amateurs be permitted to accept money fpr appearing in tennis action-films. Great Britain had supported the proposal. It awarded the intercollegiate championships to Northwestern university of June 24-29; the, national clay court to Chicago, June 17«-22; tfte public parks' champibnshs to New Orleans) August 19-24; the, men and Women's doubles championships to the Lprigwopd Tennis club, Boston, August 17-19; the junior bbys) singles and doubles to Culver, I0d., August 12*14; *nd the girls' cham* pionship s to the Merlon C. C., Philadelphia, opening September 2. And it decided to hold the 1936 winter meeting—with no date set- in Philadelphia. ' . : ' : .•» Pampans Thrilled At Canypn Sights Pampans desiring to go somewhere on a Sunday would be well repaid liy taking a trip 1 through one or two portions of the Palo Duro canyon, J. C. Wilson, local man, believes. Mi\ and Mrs. Wilson drove through the south portion of the canyon last Sunday and were thrilled with the trip. An easy day's trip is to leave Pampa.'ahd drive to' Claude^ .Then go ! ' 15-'tribes south Of .QlaiHle where jentrS' to f,li» canyon IS lociated. The scciiery is beautiful, with the exit TOL'.—W. S. Pendleton et al to Rip C. Underwood/ - N W '/> of N E : '/i and S Vj of 'N-B 'A of N E '/,, section 27, block 24. • TOL.—Joe Rogers to W. W. Shadid, S'W ',1 of S E V4 section 94, block 13. Furnished by Title Abstract company, Wheeler; near Wayside. It takes a. g.pod car to pull 1 put of the canyon,- according to Mr. Wilson. • • '" At Wayside it is,best to get. a routing to another entry into. the canyon where the COO men are working.. This road .leads through the improved section with the exit near Canyon. The entire trp is abbu,t 175 mjles, Mr. Wilson estimates'.'' , ; Buy your mad?-to-melsure, suit at Kees & Tiiomai: ' '. ''(Adv.) 5 and Itf AerelracU Bldi Rell»ble MrtMe treatment, M-day/ aU part* HAWK C^V3 A garage can be equipped with all the modern maqliiinery .that is known, hut unless ciap,afciie i^ie ; C;h|mic3 are employed,. to „ p^eratef"jk^e maoB.ijiery, satisfactory worjt canno.tY Ijje'ns.s.uir^e^.. WE WA.VE XfttMVIACHINERY AND WE. WE i MECHAI*ICSf t rHAT 'REALLY ttOW TO S&W. YOU FiRST "•• i *tf • • ' ' ft$M)L GARAGE Across ISfie" Street W^'o/ Schneider Hotel Phon« 4J53 the opening of our exclusive at 111 North .Mud / 1 .3 T J . "•' Ih the Building fprmerly occupied by th^ Pai»j^^lillotQr Coi]o,i>airay Your-Present Car will make part or all o,f the dp^yn/payment, on- a later g^>del,Jbetter Us.ed Car. •••••••• • ny / .^ \ jr i j f > *s , . ^T I. ^ -,_ , 1,. /i j•„ ^ w here they will be and are ready to go! 1930 Ford Tudor Our Use,d;Car)siwill now be under roof^ in^ a warjr^/Ugb*^3 and venjtfl , . kfpt i^ ^pd, clean conditipjfv / j-s I • Jf f ' t ' i / ! Here are a few Special,;-^argaibslwjhich have beei^put.iij C'__,-.^^. •'.'..' :•'•%• \l / >v. L- | : . Fond* »Ford ./'"Mcr-- 1 -" Good tires, clean all over, price po,vers, i seat' cvers» 1931 FoM Panel We.ll cpre.d; for, cleah all ' ready to "ii«e, price 1933,iaster Clean, all over, good tires, price New tires, cle,an inside and out, price New tires, motor overhauled, only 18,000 miles, price 1933 Master Chevrolet Town Sedan Fully equipped ;w»th, radj°!» . good condition and clean Also 15 other cars in coupes, tudbrs and sedans, ready to go and priced to giye real dpjlajr value &er« vice, all makes priced $75*00 to T OM ROSE rFordl •v^^lp TJP~(SH|f • .m^P-vi!^ *^^£* ^^P .W^^^W ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^f ^^^^^^B., Pf_E,p. -9A'ik ,'R..Jt:F-A*T-ii'KIf-f

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