Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 22, 1937 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, April 22, 1937
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ttttJftSDAY EVfeNtNG, 'APfeffi gg, Ttttt SALES IN DITCH?... FEELING BLUE?.. .LET OUR WANT flOS SELL FOR YOU! Classified Advertising Rate* Information All *ant ads are strictly cash »nd ftrfr Accepted over the phone with the positive understanding 1 that the account 18 to be paid when onr collector ca!10. PttONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Onr courteous nd-taber will rece!r« test want Ad, helping yon word It. All' ads for "Situation Wanted" and "liOSt and Found" are cash with order and will not be accepted over the tele- ph'one. OUtkif-town advertising cash with ofder. The Parma Dally HEWS reserve* tMe right to classify all Want Ads under" appropriate headings and to re- vine or withhold from publication any copy' deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be plven In time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received for such advertising. Ads will be received until 8:30 a. m. for Insertion same ony. Sunday ads will be received until 6:00 p. m. Saturday. LOCAI, HATE CAHD EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 1981 • 1 day, 2c a word; minimum 80c. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum GOc. 8 days, 6c a word! minimum 7Bc. 6 days, 7c n word; minimum (1.00. The Pampa Daily NEWS ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Card of Ttinnks. 2—Special Notices. S—Bus-Travel-Trnnnportsllon. 4—Lost *nd Found. EMPLOYMENT B—M»!e Help Wanted. 6—Female Help Wanted. 7—Mate & Female Help Wanted. 8—Salesmen Wanted, 9—Agents. 10—Business Opportunity* 11—Situation Wanted. nUSTITESS NOTICES 12—'Instructions. 13—Musical—Dancing. 14—Professional Service. 15—General Household Service. 16—Palnting-Pa'pcrhanirlnir. 17—FIoorinir-SandinK-Keflnliihlng. 18—Landscaping-Gardening. 19—Shoo Repairing. 20—Upholstering-Rcflnlnhlng. 21—Movlng-Eprcss-Hnnllng. 22—Moving-Transfcr-Storage. 23—Cleaning-Pressing. 24—Washing and Laundering. 23—Hemslllching-Dressmaklng. 26—Watch-Jewelry Repairing. 27—Beauty Parlors-Supplies. MERCHANDISE 28—Miscellaneous For Sale. 28—Radios-Supplies. 80—Muslcnl Instruments. 11—Wanted To Buy. LIVESTOCK 82—Dogs-rets-Bapplles. 33—Poultry-Eggs-Supplies. 34—Livestock 1'or Sale. 35—Wanted Livestock. 36—Farm Equipment. AUTOMOBILE 87—Accessories. 38—Rcpairing-Servlce. 39—Tires-Vulcanizing. 40—Auto Lubrication-Washing, 41—Automobiles For Sale. 42—Wanted Automolillo. ROOMS AND SCASD 48—Sleeping Rooms. 44—Room and Board. 46—Housekeeping Rooms. 46—Unfurni«Jwi Rooms. FOR RENT HEAL ESTATE 47—Houses For Rent. 48—Furnished Houses For Rent, 49—Apartment For Rent. CO—Furnished Apartments. 61—Cottages and Resorts. 62—Offices For Rent. 6S—Business Property. 64—Farm Property For Rent. 55—Suburban Property For Rent. 66—Garages For Rent. 67_Wanted To Rent. 68—Cottages and Resorts. FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE 69—City Property For Sale. 61—Lots For Sale. 12—Farms and Tracts. (3—Out of Town Property. (4_Wanted Real Estate. FINANCIAL 85—Building-Financing. 66—Investments. 67—Money To Loan. 68—Wanted To Borrow. 69—Insurance. FOR SALE OR TRADE 70—Real Estate. 71—Miscellaneous. 72—Personal. SERVICE AN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE DIRECTORY OP Business and Professional PAMPA ACCOUNTANTS J R. Roby 412 Comba-Worley. U. 980W. Of. 787 j BAKERIES Pampn Bakery Fred Schnffner, 116 W. Foster, Th. 81 (Goftl*) 2—Sp*clal Notlcti NOTICE—I will be responsible for no debts other than those contracted by myself. O. E. (George) Dick. Box 876, Pam. 6P-20 REX CAFE—Short orders nil hours. Delicious sandwiches. Howard Mnrtin, Manager. 1st door west of Rex Theater. 6C-16 FOR RENT—Electric refrigerators, any make $6.00 per month. Thompson Hardware Company. 266-24 EMPLOYMENT B--MftIe tielp Wanted. WANTED—Man with or without car to nlchup clennino'—Go=d proposition. Call 108'/a W, Foster Ic-lli WANTED ;— A dependable ttroccryman. Must he experienced. Call 1222 or 697 after S p. m. lc-15 0—Female Bdp Wanted. WANTED—Representative for high grnde corset line. See Mrs. RHey, divisional manager, Adnms Hotel, from 6 to. 8 p. m. 2C-1C WANTED—Experienced beautician. Hodges Hcnuty and Cosmetic Shop. 207 N. Cuyler. Olf-19 WANTED—Girl for cafe work, 614 W. Fouler. Cc-'l 6 11—Situation Wanted EXPERIENCED woman Work. 005 South Barnes. hnuse- 8-17 EXPERIENCED girl wants housekeeping job. Can stay nlghls. 837 W. Klnjrs- mill. 8-16 ~BUSINESS~NOTICES" 14—Professional Service. Sinus Trouble Responds to Chiropractic in the majority of cases Dr. Kathryn W. Hidings 218 W. Craven St. (% Blk. W. Kline Hotel) . SPENCER individually designed corsets and surgical garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 623 North Sommerville. 20-2D 18— LnnOscaping-Oardenimr. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL YARD GRADING! & PLANTING, TREE PRUNING, Etc. HENRY THUT PHONE 818 20—Upholsterlng-Keflnlshing. DON'T DISCARD that brolten or worn furniture, let Brummutt repair and re- finlah it for you. 614 South Cuyler. Phone H25. 12C-20 HOBBS Beauty Shop. Permanents $1 to 6. Opposite from Pampa Hospital. Ph. 007. 26C-16 BOILERS J. M. Deerlng, Boiler and Welding Works, Pampa, Ph. 202—Kellorville, Ph. 1610F13 BUILDING CONTRACTORS J. King, 414 N. Sloan. Phone 163. PALMER CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Kahtryn W. Hulinus, Keurocalometer Service. 218 W. Craven. CAFES Canary Sandwich Shop, 3 doors east of Rex Theater, Ph. 760 MACHINE SHOPS Jones-Evoretl Machine Co. Barnes, and Frederick Sla., Ph. 243 TRANSFER AND STORAGE Tampa Transfer and Storage Co. 600 West Brown, Phone 1026 Slate Bonded Warehouse. . " WELDING SUPPLIES Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes, and Frederick Stu., Ph. 243 ANNOUNCEMENTS Turkish Baths , aud electric Swedish Magnetic Mass/lire. Eliminates poisons. Guur- tinte£<l reducing. No pills or diet. irriyatipntJ. MISS KING smith Building "FOB SALE OB TBAPE CONPRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Rubble Design (Uoush llund Hewn Hare Kock Face Effect) Ideal for Residences Business Bldgs., Betninine Walls, Faun dationS, 'Srerftcilng, etc. Built to Gov' Spec., Uniform and Durable, Seaspne Thoroughly. Plwewto.ns 8"x8"xtO". PBICL, " Mark every grave. Select your men uraents for pecqrjaUon Day. We Uav all fein|£ pjt njarble an« granite . ,let uja MR you im*i 4—Washing and Laundering. .AUNDHY—Flat finish 5c. Rough dry 4c. 18 South Cuyler Street. Phone 1426. Mrs. tatcn. 2CC-35 7—Beauty Parlors, Supplies. MOTHER'S DAY A permanent for Mother. Noth- ng would please her more than a oft natural looking permanent rom the Yates Beauty Shoppe. Gray hair will not be burned or discolored. Efficient Operators We Try to Please Ask about our line of Cosmetics. PHONE 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE .. 420 NOBTH CUYLEB 3 doors North of Blossom Shop MERCHANDISE 38 —Miscellaneous For Sale. •'Oil SALE—4 windows. 10x24 cnsinKS. .Veiuhts in real Good shape. J. A. Purvis. Cc-20 ?ANCY IjAWN crass seed—and also Mert lirand feeds. Stark and MeMHlen. Ctf-19 FOB SALE—Used water-cooled Electro- ux refrigerators. $00.00 and up. Thoffip- on Hardware Company. 26C-24 Mnrk every grave. Buy now for Decoration Day. We have all kinds of marble and granite. ' SCHAFEB MONUMENT COMPANY 817 South Cuyler W. C. Schafer 10 TUBE-Victor radio. 400 East Foster Phono 1266. M I. FAUUCHU 31—Wanted T» Bny. WANTED TO BUY—A flat top deslt 30" x 42". Lisht oak finish. Pnmpa Daily News. 6tf-l r LIVESTOCK 33—Poultry - Effgs - Supplies. SEE YOUR CHICKS BEFORE YOU BUY 10,000 day old, and started chicki of 15 most popular breeds to selec frpm. Our prices are the lowest .W have ever offered. We are givini PBEE with each purchase of IOC chicks . ONE 25-LB. BAG OP .ANCHOR BRAND STARTER, At our hatchery you pan see an 1 know you are buying quality chicks Box 402 Phone 116 . COLE'S HATCHERY 828. West.Poster Pampa, Texa L'A'BGE ' PBYERS, sweet milk, and i res .egus.. P. C, Dodd. % mile east D.enve Viaduct. • 6p-tf-l BABY CHICKS All popular breeds furnished by the lead ing hatcheries of West Texas from pure bred flocks culled and approved. $5,05 per hundred. Place your order now for prompt delivery. PAMPA METING- COMPANY 800 West Brown St. Phone 111 Baby Chicks Pullets that will lay early. Five t nine weeks old. Popular breeds Reasonable prices. 'See them at— Dodd's Hatchery % Mil* Ewt el P«>mf "Let 'Want Ad Money 1 Give the Old Winter Purse a Spring Tonic" OF COURSE. . . the "early bird" gets the worm. If you want to pay the fuel bill, buy spring clothes or furniture or get a new car, do as others are doing . . . SELL thru inexpensive want, ads your used articles for useable dollars. PAMPA DAILY NEWS PHONE ... 666 or 667 LIVESTOCK (Cont.) 6—Farm Equipment. FARM MACHINERY One six foot McCormick mowing nachine and hay rake and single ow lister with planters, six disk en- ine plow and ten foot tandem disk, ne combined harvester, three heavy wagons, six section drag harrows, and one 14 inch turning plow. C. C. Dodd, ; ).'i mile east Denver Viaduct, 'ampa, Texas. AUTOMOBILES !8—Repairing Service STOP AT THE GULP SERVICE 1TATTON NO. 3 or service, tire re- a i r a, accessories, vushinB and greas- O'. W. HAWKINS, MGR. ON BOKGER HIGHWAY PHONE 1444 i 1—Automobiles tor Sale. SEE THESE BARGAINS! 936. Chevrolet Coach $490 .935 Chevrolet Coach, heater and radio $425 935 Ford Fordor, heater and radio $400 .935 Chevrolet Sedan $390 934 Chevrolet Coach $300 .934 Ford Tudor $275 .933 Chevrolet Coach $250 .934 Ford Coupe $250 .934 Chevrolet Coupe $275 .931 Chevrolet Cabriolet $125 .930 Chevrolet Sedan $125 929 Ford Tudor $ 75 —See The New— SILVER DOME TRAILER Now On Display As low as $675 Culberson- Smalling- Chevrolet Co., Inc. INSTALMENT „ PLAN AUTOMOBILE 41—Automobiles For Bale. FOR SALE OR TRADE Equity in 1937 Super Tudor Terraplane Carefully broken in. Trailer house for sale. 533 South Cuyler USED CARS 193G Ford DeLuxe Tudor— $ A Real Buy 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Coupe (Master) New Motor 1935 Ford DeLuxe Sedan Completely Reconditioned 1935 Ford Coach 1935 Ford Coupe .!525 $ 425 ¥ 425 1934 Ford Truck, Long Wheel-base Completely Overhauled 1935 Chevrolet Truck Overhauled 1932 Ford Coach $ 450 $ 225 1931 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan, Overhauled 1937 Ford Sedan (Demonstrator) — LIBERAL DISCOUNT ALSO 3 SIZES OF COVERED WAGON TRAILER HOMES TOM ROSE (Ford) News Want-Ads Get Results. THIS CURIOUS WORLD fc WHEN THREATENS,. THE PARENT TUCKS ITS VOUN<Sr UNDER, ITS AND COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, i'NC.' H--3L-3. GANGER, <>ne of the oldest known diseases,,is curable, but be- pf clayed treatment, is the secpnd largest;?au4e,pl! deiJh In the United States. However, contrary to popular opinion, it {9 not catching, is not due to a germ, and cannot be transmitted di- fyorn, parent tg offspring, * _, . 1—Atrtotnotrfles for Sate AUTOMOBlLfe (Cont.) PACKARD TRADE - INS CLEANER — NICER Iheck these bargains 1936 Ford Delux Touring Coach. 935 Ford Coach, Trunk, Radio. 935 Buick, Rumble Seat, Coupe. Actually 19,000 miles. 935 Terraplane Coach. 935 Chevrolet Coupe. 934 Plymouth Coupe, Radio and Heater. 934 Ford Coupe, Extra Clean. 1934 Pontiac 6-Wheel Sedan, Radio and Heater. 1933 Plymouth Sedan. New Paint and Motor. 1933 Plymouth Coach. 1932 Chevrolet 6-W h e e 1 Coupe. 1932 Ford Coupe. 1932 Ford Roadster. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1931 Ford Sedan. New Paint. 6-Wheels, Motor Overhauled. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, 6- Wheels. New Paint. Other lower priced cars, with lots of miles left. SALESMEN D. J. BRANDON B. R. (Woody) WOOD R. W. RAGSDALE ERNEST WINDBORN C. RALPH JONES Inc. Packard, DeSoto and Plymouth 310 W. Kingsmill Phone 113 OR SALE—20x40 building, new. 6 miles outh of Sunray, suitable for boarding ouse, store building, beer parlor or ance hall. Will move to any location within 10 miles. 6p-16 ROOMS AND BOARD 43—Sleeping BOOEH • n KONT BEDROOM, modern. 1002 E. Brands. Phone 613. 8tf-16 CLEAN ROOMS. tS.OO per week. BOO North Frost. Virginia Hotel. 26p-10 LOWERED rates on exceptionally nice sleeping rooms. 704 West Foster. Broadview Hotel. 26c-2» 44—Boom ana isoara. ROOM AND BOARD, good meals, con- iceniul surroundinua. Close in. 600 Eos! •\)btcr. Call 1127. 12c-2fc 45—Houseteepm* Booms. WARM, MODERN apartment, for couple. Close in. Reasonably priced. Klin« Hotel 323 South Russell. Phone 9526. 26c-29 FOR RENT 47—House* For Kent. FOB SALE—3-room house with bath Price right by owner. 018 Wilks St. 3p»l FOR RENT—Vacancy at New Town Cab ing. Maytag for rent. Plenty of hot wa ter. 1301 South Barnes. 26p-318 48—Furnlsbed House for Bent FOR RENT—fi-room modern nicely fur ishrd house. 1027 East Francis St. Im mediate possession. Cull after 7 p. m. lc-1 FOR RENT—2-room furnished house tc couple in exchange for experience! housekeeper. D. W. Cary. Ic-lE BUILDING and nice stock of furnitur for sale— nuick. W. C. Carpenter, McLean Texas. 8n-l' NICE CLEAN 2-room furnished hous Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lew CottllBes. -ill S. Kussell. 2p- 2.ROOM house, furnished or unfurnishe Newly papered. 713 South Finley. 12tf' FOR RENT—2-room furnished house Bills paid. 636 South Somerville. litf-1 49—Apartment* For Bent. FOR RENT—Garage aparlment. Unfur nished. 1008 Christine. Sec W. D. Wa ters. 412 Comba-Worley Building. Phon 787 or 1208. 8c-l 3-ROOM unfurnished apartment. Strict! modern. Private bath. Garage. Inquir 802 W. Foster. 6 FOR RENT—2-room furnished aparlmcn in brick. Bills paid. 404 Soulh Cuyler S> lp-1 FURNISHED apartment. Bills paid. 626- North Russell. ° c- 1 NICE 2-room aparlment. Modern. N children. 120 W. Tyng St. Behind Wi son Drug. *c-l FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartmen Modern. Bills paid. Ill N. West. (ic-l FOR RENT—3-room furnished house. Bill paid. 2 blocks west, 1 north Hilltop Gro eery. Wl-1 FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartmen Bills paid. Adult* only. 902 E. Brown ing Aye. TWO ROOM furnished apartment. On pavement. 525 s - Cuyler Apartment " 57—Wanted To BOOM ANp. a«AH». wanted in. priyat home. Must hjye b«,fc, A(W,W*9 ?• FOR SALE (Cont) 9—City Property For Sale; OME - INVESTMENT - BUSINESS ach of these three are new listings, dis- nctive in their class. HOME Yon appreciate better furnishings? Let us show you this lovely 6R. home, nicely famished, corner lot, close- In, also small furnished house In rear. Owner now living in California, says Sell furnishings and all for $6,000. INVESTMENT BR. newly decorated, corner lot near Woodrow . Wilson school, splendid home and Income, will pay Itself oat in extra tents. A real buy If yon are looking for a large two-story home. Price only $8600, terms. BUSINESS Down-town cafe, doing capacity business, will pay for Itself In a few months. On account of sickness, owner la offering to sell. This Is your opportunity to fttep Into an up and going business. See us for location, price, and terms. RENT New 6R. unfurnished, hardwood floors, bnllt-lna, (86.00. 8R. unfurnished duplex, separate bath and garage, close-in, $26,00. 2R. unfurnished, $10.00. INSURANCE of all kinds. See us for old line hail Insurance on wheat. JOHN L. M1KESELL hone 166 Duncan Bldg. 3—Out of Town Property. BUSES FOR SALE—New 3-room house, rice—only $112.60. 4-room Boxcar $200.00. -room barn, chicken house $125.00. Why o you pay rent? Bargains in irrigated arms. See M. E. Monson, LeFors, Texas. lc-16 OR SALE—4-room house and 1-car arage combined. 1000 ft. 2 Inch, 800 ft. inch pipe, 1 box car with a 37 ft. leet-lron shed. 1% miles west of Kings- nil!. G. W. McEwen. 6p-lS FINANCIAL 7—Money To. $-LOANS-$ Salary Loan's — Personal Loans $5 to $50 >To security nor endorsers. The only equirement is that you be steadily mployed. Payments arranged to uit you. All dealings strictly cqn- idential. Loans made in a few minutes. Salary Loan Co. L. B. Warren, Mgr. First National Bank Bldg. loom 3 Phone 303 MONEY TO LOAN Salary Loans — Personal Loans $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oU field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loans made in a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Staxkey, Mgr. 109% S. Cuyler Phono 450 LEWISTON, Me.. April 22 (ff 1 )—Police Captain Joseph Picard today arrested Powers Hapgood, New England secretary for the Committee for Industrial Organization, and William Forbes Morgan Taken by Death COLUMBUS, O., April. 33 ' JWbes Morgan, world war veteran and victor in Wall Street financial skirmishes who died at midnight, was mouqjed today By derhoiJfa'ttc leaders of the nation. The 57-year old investment banker, drafted to handle finances of tire Democratic party's 1936 natitinhl campaign, collapsed in a state caffl* tol committee room. Recently named president 6f Distilled Spirits institute, a self^fBgu* T Un .ir.« nt« ,1.,. * „ f on ^ • lating body set up by a major portion J. Mackesy, CIO director of a 29-day , of tne , ]quor lndustry> ne h ^ JuiSt shoe strike involving 6,400 workers and 19 factories in the Lewiston- Auburn area. In addition Ernest Henry, a union organizer, was also arrested. The three men were seized at their hotel. A police warrant charged them with "riotous assault." It was issued in connection with 'the stoning of State Police Lieutenant George Fowler, knocked unconscious yesterday by a stone as state and auburn police turned back 1,000 strikers at a bridgehead. Today's action followed on the heels of an injunction oy Judge Harry Manser outlawing the strike and granting a temporary injunction against the strikers, and CIO reports that the court ruling was a "miscarriage of justice" that "meant nothing." Three hundred national guardsmen patrolled Auburn today, hastily summoned by Governor Lewis O. Barrows. Three melees and injuries to a half dozen persons and arrests of a like number called them to the scene. City Manager Frederick W. Ford flatly asserted that recurrence of such violence would bring martial law and more troops "to uphold the police and the courts." , Gov. Barrows, in sending troops into the district declared, "I am prepared to order out the entire military forces of Maine to preserve constitutional authority." The strike issue revolves around wages, and CIO recognition. Judge Manswer's injunction in effect held that the ClO-sponsored strike had been called before a vote had been taken to determine whether or not the union represented a majority of the workers. It was, therefore, illegal, Judge Manser held. PreviptTs to his arrest Hapgood sent a telegram to the LaFollette Senate civil liberties committee in which he accused Maine manufacturers of hiring Boston private de- dectives. He asked "immediate investigation." Tlie shoe workers organizing committee, in a telegram to Secretary of Labor Perkins urged "every effort to secure our rights under the Wagner act which have been arbitrarily denied us by the courts and police authorities of the State.' finished testifying before the House judiciary committee. Coroner E. B. Smith said death "was due to heart disease. Morgan complained of heart pains before he ap- pered before the committee to oppose a bill. Morgan served as deputy governor of the farm credit administration from 1933 to 1935 and became treasurer of the Democratic national committee in July of the latter year. [Homer 1 HELD ON AMARILLO, April 22 (IP)— J. A. Phillips, 27, former convict, was held here today on a charge of driving a motor car without the owner's con- seent. J. E. Daniel of Amarlllo signed the complaint, charging Phillips choked him and threw him from his car within a short distance of police headquarters. Police caught Phillips in a long chase. Records show Phillips served a term in Huntsville for robbery by assault in Harris county. At the time he began his sentence, February 29, 1931, Phillips gave his home as Houston and Davenport, la. EXPENSIVE LITIGATION PITTSBURGH (/P)— Judge James Gray became exasperated when Alex Bozovich was brought to trial charged with stealing an automobile; 'lit doesn't seem fitting," he said, /'that the expense of 12 jurors, drawing $36 for a day's work, in addition to other expenses, should be incurred to try such a case." The car was worth $15. Bozovich was acquitted. -. PAMPA AMBULANCE PHONE WASHINGTON, April 22 (^—Senator Logan (D-Ky), one of the first members of the Senate judiciary committee to back the Roosevelt court bill, said today he might vote ;o compromise on two new justices. Even without Logan's vote, little doubt remained that opponents of ;he bill could modify it from a six ;o a two judge measure if they chose. Only a minority on the committee was ready to support it without reservations. Logan was the fifth among the 18 committee members to speak sympathetically of the two-justice proposal. The seventh week of hearings dragged slowly toward a close today with further opposition (testimony from Dean L. J. Tepoel of Creighton law school, Omaha. Opponents will close their case tomorrow, and the hearings will end unless the friends of the bill decide to present brief rebuttal testimony next week. Tepoel said in a prepared statement the bill was objectionable because "it strikes at the most vital provisions in the constitution," "The framers of the constitution," he added, "knew the weaknesses of human nature and proneness of men vested with political power to at times abuse that .power to the detriment of the citizens." WOODSMAN SPARE YOURSELF DENVER (fl^-rRoy Richavds, 34, was chopping off a limb • from a poplar tree when he fell and .was caught in a crotch. City firemen rescued him by cutting off the limb. He took his ax and tackled the trunk. The ax struck a clothesline, slipped from his hands and gashed his scalp. TYPEWRITERS Office Supplies JIMMIE TICE Pampa Typewriter Service Phone 13S 107 N. Frost Real Estate Loans! We offer p. ft. A., Building * Loan, and Life Insurance Ipans that will meet your building needs. Be sure to see us 1 For sad 504 Combs- Wortey BW« BU.ICK DEALER: At '• Lower Prices and a ; FREE 1937 I LICENSE TAG Better Used Cars are traded in on new Buicks. That's why we ha\ 7 e better Used cars to offer. See_ these cars. There's real VALUE in every one of them. 1936 1936 1936 1935 1935 1935 1934 1934 1934 1934 1933 1933 1933 1932 1932 1931 1931 1930 1930 1930 1930 Buick Light 8, 6-wheel Coupe $675 $550 Ford DeLuxe Coupe, Radio and Heater equipped, Low mileage Chevrolet Master 4-door Sedan, New pistons, rings, pins, and tires, good paint, nice upholstery, with seat covers, Radio, Heater Buick 40 Series Business Coupe, good in every way $650 .$475 Plymouth 4-door Sedan, low mileage, new factory paint job, motor and tires good, Radio and Heater equipped $525 Ford 2-door Sedan, an unusually nice car for $425 Buick 50 Series 4-door Sedan $485 Ford Coupe. A good clean car for $350 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan $350 International Pickup $25/0 Rockne 4-door Sedan $200 Pontiac Coupe $250 Pontiac 6-wheel, 4-door Sedan, motor fully reconditioned with new pistons rings and pins. New paint, good' upholstery with seat covers $350 Essex 2-door Sedan. A nice little car $150 Ford Coupe .$1'50 Ford Pickup $130 Buick 4-door Sedan with trunk Buick 4-door, 6-wheel Sedan J|& Studebaker 6-wheel, 4-door Sedan $150 Podge 4-door Sedan $f0§ Lincoln 4-door Sedan $150 TEX EVANS BUICK CO., Inc. 204 North Bollard

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