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TJie Pampa Daily flfcWS For Sale FOR SALE—1931 Chevrolet sedan, good condition. Used only as ladles car. 500 B. Browning. ; Sc-147 FOB SAIiE—Two room house, 3 miles north Skellytown, cheap. Write P. O. box 164. Pampa. .•-•• 3p-147 FOB SAIiE OB TRADE— Small farm In Missouri for house In Pampa. Write owner, postoffice box 1817j -•Pampa. _ 3p-146 FOB SALE— Canning tomatoes, on gathering days, Saturday, Monday and Thursday. Goodnight Farm, one mile south Mobeetie, Texas. • '• • _ 12P-155 FOB SALE— Fine roan bull, eighteen months old 7 mi. south 1V4 Beauty Parlors OIL PERMANENTS Money back guaranteed that we will not. burn your scalp or hair. Open any evening by appointment. Saturday evening until 9 o'clock. Plenty of operators and 7 dryers, no waiting. Eugene, Realistic, Artistic, Frederics and Shelton Permanents. Soft Water. Permanents $1.50 to $10.00. Phone 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 3 doors north Bank Mack and Paul Barber Shop an Balcony PERMANENT WAVES SPECIAL— $1.25 waves for $1.00 or 2 for $1.50. $3.50 oil waves, $2.00. $5.00 oil wave, $2.75. All new supplies. Bertha Quails Stump. 442 N. Starkweather. Phone 1154. 6C-145 POUDBE PUFFE BEAUTY SHOPPE Across From Rex Theatre 321 W. Foster — Phone 1355 Special This Week Hygcnlc Facial with Vita Ray Treatment 75c Permanents $1.50 to $7.50 Experienced Operators MRS. R. F. PAULEY, Mgr. Madallne Gantz Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coach $475 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor 475 1933 Plymouth Coupe 325 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 350 1934 Chevrolet Long WB truck 475 1934 Chevrolet Short WB truck with grain body. 450 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 200 PLAN CULBERSON- SMALLING CHEVROLET CO., Inc. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR work on the budget pay plan. Motor Inn. 20C-165 Guaranteed $5 Permanent Waves $1.50 Quart Permanents $1.95 Eugene Spiral or Reverse Spiral ,»5.0» ZULA BROWN BEAUTY SHOPPE Hotel Adams Phone US west -of Miami. F. J. Prcesang. 3p-146 FOB SALE— Four room house. Inquire at 320 N. Starkweather. 3c-146 FOR RENT—Small 2 room furnished apartment; near school, bills paid. 601 S. Barnes. 2p-146 FOR RENT—House to reliable couple in exchange for housework. References required. D. W. Gary. South of Hilltop Grocery. •FOR SALE—Three room modern house to be moved. J. A. Boad- away, Rt. 2. White Deer, Texas. • ' -• 6p-149 If Mrs. A. W. Kendrlck will call at the office of the Pnmpa Daily News before 5 o'clock, she will receive a free ticket to see "Broadway Melody of of 1936" showing at the La Nora theater, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 106 Duncan Bldg. Drive in cafe with 2 lots on W. Fos- Jer. Building, living quarters and equipment all go. Splendid proposition to right party. Owner forced to sell on account of health, Just gave us a new low price. A two room house, dandy lot Just off 33 highway in west part of city. This will not last. See It at once. $225. Full price. Beautiful building site in north part of city. $600. Other lots from $50 up. • ^p-jti 9 FOR SALE—Large 4 room modern house and garage. $400 down payment, balance easy. Phone 656. 3p-146 A FEW BARGAINS IN PAMPA REAL ESTATE 5 Room modern house. Close In ................ $2250,00 6 Room duplex, East Browning, on pavement ........... $1800.00 5 Room modern home, North Wynne ................. $2500.00 5 Room modern home, East Browning with extra lot $2700.00 6 Room room home with servants quarters, North Somervillc $3150.00 Vacant lot, N. Somervillc . . $600.00 Vacant lot, E. Browning ; . $400.00 Lots In Cook-Adams addition $250.00 to $700.00 JOHN I. BRADLEY 207 Combs- Worley Bldg. Telephone 672 FOR SALE— Trailer house for sale; with or without furniture, also garage, 500 E. Brunow. 6c-147 FOR SALE—One roan Durham bull. Five years old, extra good. Tom Eller, SP: 1 * 7 FOR SALE;—Cash—8 room duplex, to be moved. 914 W. 4th, Amarillo. 6C-147 FOR SALE—Fivr room modern house, suitable for moving. Call or write E, J. Bones, Panhandle, Texas. 6p-146 FOR SALE by John W. Grout and Son, painting and paperhanglng. Office phone 341, Johnson Hardware po. 811 N. Purviance. 26-163 Miseellaiieous CANNING TOMATOES—We' will have a fresh load of Gray county tomatoes coming in each morn- Ing. Prices In line. West Side Fruit and Vegetable Market. 412 South Ouyler. fip-149 If Miss Doris Hammonds w»U call at the office of the Pampa Dally News before 5 o'clock,'she will receive a free ticket to see "Broadway • Melody of of 1836" showing at the Lft Nora theater, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. •'• Permanent Waves $1.50 to $3.50 Finger Waves, wet 15o Eye dye and lash dye 35c MRS. HARRY DEAN N. Frost Phone 308 For Rent FOR RENT—Small two room house; furnished, bills paid. Priced to rent. 515 N. Zimmer St., Talley addition. . Bp-147, FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping room; adults only. 825 W. Kingsmill. 2_c-146 FOR RENT—Two room house, furnished or unfurnished. Bills paid. 615 Dwight St., Talley addition. 3p-147 If Lema Jane Butcher will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News before 5 o'clock, she will receive a free ticket to see "Broadway Melody of of 1936" showing at the La Nora theater, Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms, also sleeping rooms. 500 N. Frost. Sc-146 FOR RENT—By the hour, Maytag washer. 1300 South Barnes. New Town Cabins. 6p-149 FOR RENT—Some 2 and~3 room cabins; furnished or unfurnished, on school bus route. New Town Cabins. 1300 S. Barns. 6p-149 FOR RENT—Two room house furnished or unfurnished. 713 S. Finey.__ 3p-146 FOR RENT— Desirable bedroom. Close in. 207 E. Browning. 2c-145 FOR RENT—Sleeping room, suitable for gentlemen. 403 N. West. 3c-145 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Frey Hotel. __ 6c-148 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment for couple. 914 N. Ballard. le-144 FOR RENT—Furnished 719 N. West. bedroom 6c-147 FOR RENT—Rooms and apartments. Across street from Your Laundry. American Hotel. 26C-154 Loans Pay All Bills With One Loan! Pfirsoitvl loins, no endorsers required. $5 TO $50 Immediate service—Lowest rates SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Mer. First National Bank Building Room 4 Phone 111 |$ SALARY LOANS W $5 TO $50 ro Carbon Black and Oil Field Workers NO KNPORSEK8; NO SECURITY All dealings strictly confidential. PAMPA FINANCE COMPANY Vt 8oul\i Cuyler Street Over SUte Theater Work Wanted QUILTING WANTED—Mrs, Z. V. Reed, 826 W. Kingsmill. lc-145 SITUATION WANTED by competent stenographer and bookkeeper. Phone 416-J. 3C-146 RADIO REPAIRS. All work done at reasonable prices. Guaranteed. Electric Co. 86c-l43 WORK WANTED—Married man with family wants full time employment with reliable firm. Experienced bookkeeper, machine bookkeeper, typist and legal work Can furnish good references. Phone Wanted to Bent &By responsible party, 6 or 6 room unfurnished . Qcto£w l&t or 16th, Phone Buy 214, box 104, Canadian, Texas. 3p-146 Extra Value In Good Used Cars! 1933 Pontlac 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. OLDSMOI5ILE 113 N. Somcrvillo Phone 977 Legal Notice reasonably justify such service, and ar. will reasonably support such service. The City Commission, In determining and In passing upon end giving its approval to the routes and schedules selected and adopted by grantee, shall take Into conf-'lderet'on the sections of said city whore tho resident population reasonably justifies such trans- of February, following, and which shall continue during the year, until a new fare is fixed; provided further that the City Commission of the City of Pampa shall have the right to modify or amend any of the fares and rates charged by grantee after notice to grantee, and hearing, on the matter. Section 9 The grantee shall, oi} or before January 5, 1938, and on or before Lost LOST—White zipper type ladies purse. Finder please return to Pampa News. Reward. lp-145 STRAYED—Toy terrier dog. Named "Tinker." Black with brown. Weighs 5 Ibs. Will party who has him call 974. Reward^ lc-142 LOST 2 Plow Points, lost near Skelly» town. $5.00 REWARD Call 999 — G. H. KYLE Legal Notice AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO THE FAMPA. TRANSIT COMPANY, A CORPORATION, DULY INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS, AND TO ITS SUCOESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT, PRIVILEGE AND FRANCHISE OF OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLES IN, ALONG, UPON AND OVER THE STREETS, AVENUES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS AND PLACES, IN THE CITY OF PAMPA, FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OP PASSENGERS, BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS, FOR A PERIOD OF 15 YEARS, AND PROVIDING THE TERMS, STIPULATIONS />ND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH S1A1D FRANCHISE IS GRANTED AND SHALL BE EXERCISED. portHtlnn service.^ and jvill reason- j amlary 5, O f each year there- fter during the. life of this fran- hise, file with the City Secretary f the City of Pampa, a sworn tatement showing the total num- er of passengers paying fares urlng the preceding calendar year, nding December 31, the number f motor vehicles with passengers eated capacity lawfully in regular ervice and the number of such ehicles to be in regular service or the ensuing year, together 1th such other facts and informa- loii as may be required by the City Commission of the City, of Pampa, and in the form as the City Commission may require. It s provided in this connection hat the City Commission of the 3ity of Pampa, or any of its duly uthorized agents or employees hall have the right to inspect, xamine and audit all books and ecords of the grantee and as well ,11 machinery, apparatus, devices ,nd coin boxes, for the receipt of noney and fares and the reglstra- lon of passengers using said moor vehicles, used by grantee on its said passenger carrying motor- rehicles operated under this fran- hise, and which right, so reserved jy the City of Pampa, is for the purpose of enabling said City to mow and determine the amount )f the franchise tax due and pay- ,ble to it under the terms hereof. Section 10 As a material and essential provision of this franchise, grantee hall and does agree to at all imes carry and keep in force for each bus operated, what is known as public liability insurance cover- ng personal injuries, and. covering all risks ordinarily Included in __ i kind of insurance, and In imits of five thousand dollars for me person and ten thousand for more than one person for any me accident. This requirement is and shall be material consideration for the •ates set out in section eight of Jiis ordinance. Grantee is expected and required to carry and maintain all other kinds Qf insurance usually carried and maintained by transportation concerns, and the fare provided 'or in section eight hereof, Is deemed sufficient to provide for such expense. Help Wanted WANTSP—Woman to do housework. Must be experienced, honest, and neat. No others need apply; go v * ? -~ •* "night. $!? "WrisjngsHfllJ. - •• BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF PAMPA: Section 1 The right, privilege and franchise of operating in, upon, along and over the streets, avenues, and public grounds and places of the City rf Pampa, motor vehicles for Lhe transportation of passengers, baggago tind express for a period of 15 year*, from and after thirty cJays from the last publication of this ordnance and the acceptance thereof by the said Pampa Transit Company, is hereby given, and jranted unto Pampa Transit Company, a cojpnratlon, duly incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas, and its successors and assigns, hereinafter styled grantee, upon the provisions, stipulations and conditions herein set out. Section 2 All motor vehicles used by said erantoo fc.r the transportation of passengers under this franchise, shall lie raodern type passenger- carry in? motor vehicles of not less than 20 seated passenger capacity, and shall at all times be kept and maintained in good repair, suitable ior the transportation of passengers, and shall be first approved by thi>. City Commission before being placet! in service, and shall be subject to inspection by said City Comrairalon,' or by any duly authorized inspector, agent or employee of the City of Pampa. Provided, that said City Commission, may permit grantee to operate vehicles of less seated passen- Rer capacity, when arid where It is found to be adequate, and for tho good of the service. Section 3 Grantee shall, at all times, operate ' a sufficient number of motor vehicles, and maintain a schedule, and give transportation service in such a manner and way as to provide efficient public transportation service to the City of Pampa, that can be supplied over and on paved streets; provided, .that grantee shall have the right to select such, routes and establish ably support such service; provided, that ii such determination by thn Cltv CorniTiislfon is not satisfactory to Riar;tee, the matter shall be submitted to a board compos- aii of three impprtlal persons, one to be s,ekc»ed by the City Commission, one by grantee, and one by those tfru persons so selected. The City CommiFSlon ahd grantee shall submit lacts and conditions befiire th's bo&id, and the findings of the board shall be final, and shall be in effect^ for one year af- ;er the dale of same. It is provided further that grantee shall not be required to operate vehicles on and over every sl-roct into, through and across very section of said City of Pampa, but only on and over such street or streets as shall be approved by the City Commission of ,V.o City of Pampa. The number ot DM'tor vehicles used in the service of the grantee, and necessary to be operated, shall be submitted to the City Commission by grantee for its appiuval, and the City Co'v mif.slon shall approve, or amend, as it may deem wise and proper, the routes to be traveled by motor vehicles of grantee, and the number of motor vehicles to be operated by grantee under this franol'lsc. Section 4 Ail motor vehicles operated by saicl grantee for the transportation of passencjoro', within the City of Pampa, Flmll bo and are hereby prohibited from making stops, for the pijrpo.se of discharging and taking on passengers, between street ir.l.oiMVtions. Grantee shall ba allower' loading zones within the business diHrict of the City of Fampp,, f'.r the. purpose of dis- chaiging and taking on passengers, baggage: and express, which suid unie'x thai', be selected and approved by the City Commission of the Citv of Pampa, and shall be marked off and designated as "Bus Loading Zones." Section 5 No motor vehicles shall be oper- ate'l under tiiis franchise unless the same ruii.pl.'es with this ordi- natu-o. anil is approved by the City Commisison of the City of Tampa. m.U i^ in good condition, suitable for the purpose intended, nor unless the same shall be pro- po'rly equipped with brakes' and lights, as provided by law. Section 6 No person shall operate any motor vehicle hereunder in the City of Pampa, for the transportation of passengers, unless he shall be over the age of eighteen years, of suitable experience, and shall have obtained a permit to so do from the City Secretary of the City of Pampa. Permit shall be granted to any person, by -the said City Secretary, to operate any motor vehicle hereunder, upon application by such person, accompanied by evidence of good character and ability, and upon the payment by such person to said City Secretary, of the sum of One Dollar, and such permit shall be revokable by the City Commission of the City of Pampa for carelessness, negligence, or improper conduct in the operation of any such motor vehicle, or for other good cause. Section 7 The grantee herein shall pay to the City of Pampa, as franchise tax, on the tenth day of January, 1938, one-half of one per cent of the gross receipts from each local passenger carrying motor vehicle operated under the terms of this franchise for the preceding year; said granteed shall pay to the City of Pampa, as franchise tax, on the tenth day of January, 1939, one per cent of the gross receipts from each local passenger carrying motor vehicle operated under the terms of this franchise during the preceding year; and said grantee shall pay to said City of Pampa, on the tenth day of January, 1940, one per cent of the gross receipts from each local passenger carrying motor vehicle, operating under the terms of this franchise, for the preceding year, and thereafter on the tenth day of January of each year during the remainder of the franchise term, grantee shall pay to the City of Pampa, as franchise tax, one and one half per cent of the gross receipts on each local passenger- carrying motor vehicle . operated under the terms hereof. For the purpose of aiding grantee, and to assure the success of the transportation system, no franchise tax, except the sum of Ten rjojlars, shall be required Of grantee, untU hpusewgrj;, -'Wi 1379. far , a schedule for the operaMon p{ said nvotOT vehicles wjtnjn pity, wltb we approval p| $ie Commission pf the Pity pf P& January 1, 1937. Section S The regular fare for transporting any one passenger from any point within the corporate limits of the city of Pampa to any other point of such City, within the corporate limits, on any route without stopping, shall not exceec ten cents; children under five years of age accompanied by a passengei paying fare, shall be transported free. It is, however, provided grantee, shall, for one fare, giye a transfer from any of its lines to any other line operated by it where the passenger's destination is on .the other line within the corporate limits of the City ol Pampa. The form and terms o: such transfers shall be approved by the City Commission. Provided: That the above fares shall continue in effect to Pepenv ber 31, fflSii there,aftej, yew, tj¥, etfjf -PwWsr m. «• 'JWw .JMffjdM m? 194? jjhjr——*-—-•» *—•. 7 -">-;.%- Section 11 This franchise and all rights and privileges herein granted shall be 'orfeited and this ordinance shall be void on friilure of the grantee to accept the same within thirty lays from the date of the last pub- ication of this ordinance, and for ailure of grantee to comply with any material provision of this ranchise and/or order of the City Commission of the City of Pampa vith reference thereto, as author- zed hereby, after due notice of same, upon non-compliance being established by a proceeding for such purpose in the District Court of Gray County, Texas, by the City of Pampa, against the grantee or .ts successors and assigns. Section 12 The validity of any section, or subdivision or provision thereof, shall not affect the validity of any other provision, subdivision or sec,ion. All other ordinances so far as in conflict herewith or applicable hereto, are hereby suspend:d during the term of this fran- GOVERNOR FEARS SPECIAL TERM WILL BE STREWN WITH STRIFE AUSTIN, Sept. 23 (£>) — Fears I Governor Allred did not mince that the current special session of the legislature would be rousing were given foundation by Governor Allred in a personal appearance to deliver his first message. "I hope we all may speak thoughtfully, considerately arid softly at all times," he said In What was considered an overture to the legislature to work in cordial harmony as Between the houses and the execu- iive office. Prohibition will provide much of the fireworks but the greatest tension is expected to develop over taxation to provide revenue for old age pensions. Tax bills, wherein the pocketbook of Individuals or corporations are bit, are always the hardest fought. Legislative representatives of corporations strongly assert they are unable to pay additional burdens and seek to shift the tax base. Many favor a sales tax but the house of representatives consistently has refused to entertain such a plan. When the old age pension reaches floor consideration the scramble will start. Riders proposing almost all forms of taxation have been prepared for presentation as amendments, including an Increase In the sulphur production levy and raises in the taxes on oil and gas production. words in his message on the liquor Question, frankly stating the people expected the legislature to enact a law that would be easily enforceable and bring In a maximum of revenues. The question of revenues was expected to play an all- important part in deciding provisions of the liquor control law. The more revenue raised from liquor taxes the lighter the burden on other sources. With estimates from the liquor tax ranging from $3,000,000 to $10,000.000 It is conceivable that this will be the only tax passed. That Is, unless an insistent movement Is inaugurated to liquidate the rapidly increasing deficit in the general revenue fund. The governor's message carried a frank warning to the legislature to avoid subterfuge in defining an "open saloon." "I know that the vast majority of the people, Irrespective of how they voted on repeal, are agreed upon one proposition," he said. "They do not want, indeed they will not abide, a return of the old saloon. The people want no subterfuge definition or camouflaged saloon." Removal of the brass rail bar would not, in the governor's Judgment, ba sufficient to lift a liquor dispensary from the saloon category. Morris Roberts of Petttts, Waltef M. Jones of Jourdanton, R. Emmett Morse of Houston, Sidney Latham of Lohgview, Albert Walker 6f VSr-. non and Bob Alexander of Cmi- dfess. The candidacies of all, li'dw- 1 ever, are uncertain. ' ' It Is reported Roberts haB -beeff approached by friends t6 run Id* the senate to succeed E. J. Blaok- ert of Victoria. Walker may hot seek re-election while Latham, the political grapevine reveals, niay' have ambitions toward another office also. Morse was one of Stevenson's chief lieutenants in the last speakef- shlp clash. But Jones also put in some sturdy work for Stevenson and the present speaker likely Would keep out of the race should it simmer down to these two SPECIAL SESSION MAY QUICKEN INTEREST IN SPEAKER'S RACE AUSTIN, Sept. 23 spec- chise. gection 13 That the present provisions of the City Charter of the City of Pampa, Texas, wherein they relate n any manner to this franchise, are hereby made a part hereof, and 'eference is here made to the City Charter for full particulars. ial session of the legislature should witness a quickening of Interest In the race for speaker of the 45th house. When the legislature adjourned its regular meeting in May the speakershlp contest was wide open. Small blocs had formed around a few of the prospective contenders but the majority of the membership went home unpledged and unallied. Ordinarily at the close of a long regular session the lines in the race for speaker of the succeeding house are fairly well defined. This was true In the 42nd when Coke Stevension of, Junction and A. P. Johnson of Carrizo Springs were contesetants. A similar condition existed in the 43rd when Stevenson again was a candidate and his opposition lined up with J. B. Ford of McGregor. Ford, however, abandoned the chase in favor of young R. W. Galvert a few months before the 44th met. •. The experience of representatives in the last speakership campaign is credited with causing most of the "hands off" attitude. At the close of the regular session of the 43rd, friends of Stevenson circulated a petition, signed by 100 members, asking Stevenson to seek re-election. On the basis of this support Stevension announced. When the campaign warmed and both sides started putting on the pressure there wns much squirm - Section 14 This franchise shall become an official act thirty days after the date of the last publication hereof, and acceptance hereof by the grantee, and grantee shall be required to begin the operation of the transportation system herein provided for in accordance with the terms and conditions hereof, within 30 days after the date of acceptance. PASSED at first reading by the City Commission, City of Pampa, the 16th day of September, 1935. ATTEST: (Signed) C. L. STINTS, (Acting) Secretary. (Signed) W. 'A. BRATTON, Mayor. ing. Members who previously had pledged their support to one or the other candidates were In a tight place. Only those who had withheld definite commitments could sit back and get even a small measure of enjoyment out of the race. Six members are mentioned as likely candidates. They are Reps. GLOVES WITH POCKETS! LONDON (£>)—The new have a tiny pocket concealed In the gauntlet. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go n yon (eel BOOT and rank and the worid looks punk, don't swallow B lot of wits, mineral water, oil, laxative candy or efaewint frtta and expect them to make you suddenly aweat and buoyant and full of Bunahlne. For they can't do K. They only mots the - bovela and a mere movement doean't get at the cause. The reason (or your down-ftnd-oot feeling la your liver. It ahould pour out two pounds ol liquid bile Into your bowel* dally. U this bile la not flowing freely, yoor food . Soesn't digest. It just decays In the bowtfa. Gas bloats up your stomach. You bav» a thick, bad taste and your breath Is fool, lain often breaks out In blemishes. Your heaa aehea and you feel down and out. Yoor whole •ystem Is poisoned. • It takes those good, old CARTER'S LITTLE LIVKK PILLS to ret theaa two • pounds of bite flowing freely and make you tod "up and up." They contain Wonderful, harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, f"**ript when it comes to making the bile flow freely. But don't ask for liver pills. Ask for Carter's Uttle Liver Fills. Loot for the name Carter's Little Liver Fills on the red label. Besent a subsUtute-ZBcatdrue stores. ol981C.li.Co. Bead The NEWS Want Adi. 24 HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE "BEAR" FRAME & AXLE WORK COMPLETE BRAKE SERVICE HIGH PRESSURE WASHING SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION SCHNEIDER HOTEL OPEN * • ALL " NIGHT Phone 453 Jnst West of the Schneider Hotel Phone 45J NEW BUSES! THRO 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 Point* New Equipment. Reclining Chairs. Safe, Competent Driven Fastest Time to the East, Northeast and Southeast SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY 1 RIDE PANHANDLE STAGES, Inc. PAMPA BOS TERMINAL 115 South Russell Phone J71 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PAMPA The Best la EVERY BUSINESS The Finest Ip EVERY PROFESSION Accountants J. B. EOBY 412 Combs-Worley, B. 980Wt Of 787 Attorneys WOLFE 804 Combs-Worley Bldg., Ph. Auditors —See Accountant* Bakeries PAMPA Sofcif tow, 115 W. Foster, f « Boilers J. W. DEEHING Roller & W*»dl«g Works, 1008 S. Barnes, PUone 2«« Cafes SANDWICH SHOP Be* Theatre, Ph. 760 3 Poors CITY OF PAMPA Bd. City Dvpment, City HI. Ph. 384 City Health Dept, City in. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs. OMice, City HI.* Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Of o. City Hi V 1181 Fire Station, 803 W. Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555 County Offices GRAY, COUNTY QF, CT. HOUSE Auditor * Treftsurw. Ph. tOM Constable's Office Phon* 77 County Clerk, Phone 407 Cnty. Fin. ASt-t Hm, pawtr, !Ph. Ml County -fudge, Phone BS7\ District cier-k, phftw ?8f Justice of Pejuse J>J, ji& 1, Pk, 77 Jus«ce Q| Peace No. ?, Phone 922 Shelf's QKlee, P^oflp 848 Supt, public instruction, Pb. 1084 ' Assessor, phflae J047 Phpe 60S >. Pb<«t» Transfer fc PAMPA wUNSTOH * 900 West Brown, Phwe $&& y* Hotels MARIE 307</i West Foster Ave. Phone 9926 Insurance JW. P. DOWNS AGENCY Cpwbs-Worley Bldg., Phone tit Cleaner* LAUNDRY & PRY CLNRS. 301-09 £. Francte, Phone 67* Machine Shop* rEVERBTT MOB. C0. Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 8«3 Motor Freight Line* USE WAY MOTOR FREIGHT POO West _Prown, Phone 270 Plumbers DAVIS PLUMBING CO. 118 W. Foster Phone 338 H. C, STOREY P^UWBINQ QQ, 538 .South Cuyler Phone 259 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker & Tube Phone 931 High School 123 W, Francis JP|». W Horace Mann N, Banks Phone |3|_ Junior High 126 W. Francis, P,8W 801 Owylejr, ftow'jtin Boston, 900 N, Fr«»t School GwW«, 709 N.J Jtoy McMUlcn, Court Supt. p»b. gcMs, W3 W Woodntw Ph,§j» y,

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