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, 'APRIL §6, 1S§7 ttfcftf PA1SH8 $8V1H GOT A CAR YOU NEED TO SELL?... WE'LL DO THE JOB AND DO IT WELL! Classified Advertising Rate* Information AH, *mht ads are strictly cash and ar»,_ accepted ever the phone with the poiitrH understanding that the account Irttf'bti paid when onr collector calls. f HONE touft WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker wilt receipt your Want Ad, helping yon word It. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found" are cash with order and Will hot be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash wttn order. •Thfe Painpa Daily NEWS reserren the right to classify all Want Ads under 'appropriate headings ahfl to re- vlBe or withhold from publication any cojiy deemed objectionable. -Notice of any error most be given In time for correction before second Insertion. ;Iri ca«e of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The Dally NEWS shall not be held liable for darrtfttfes further than the amount received '• for such advertising. •A'ds will be received until 9:30 a. m. fof 'Insertion sftrnfc dnj 1 . Sunday ads will be received-until 6:00 j. tn. Saturday. tOCAt UATE CARD EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, 19SI *l M flayi ic"a word; minimum 80c. •2 days, 4c a word; minimum GOc. 8 days. Be a word; minimum 76c. 6 days, 7c a word; minimum SI.00. The Pampa Daily NEWS ANNOUNCEMENTS I—Card of Thanks. 2—Special Notices. ft—Bus-Travel-Transportatlon. 4—Lost and Found. EMPLOYMENT G—Male Help Wanted. f—Female Help Wanted. 7—Male & Female Help Wanted. H —Salesmen Wanted, 9—Agent*. 1$—Business Opportunity, lit—Situation Wanted. BUSINESS NOTICES . IS—Instructions. It —Musical—Dancing. 14—Professional Service. IB—General Household Service. 1C—Palntlng-Pa'perhanginir. 17—Floorlng-SnndlnK-Refinlshlnff. 18—Landscaping-Gardenlng. 19—Shoe Repairing. 20—Upholstering-Rcfinlshlng. 21—Movlng-Epress-Iloullni. 22—Moving-Transfer-Storage. 23—Cleaning-Pressing. 24—Wanning and Laundering. 26—Ilemstltching-DressmaklnK. 26—Watch-Jewelry Repairing. 27—Beauty Parlors-Supplies. MERCHANDISE 28—Miscellaneous For Sale. 2V—Radios-Supplies. 3D—Musical -Instruments. 11—Wanted To Buy. LIVESTOCK 32—DoEB-Fots-£applIcs. 33—Poultry-Egfls-Supplles. 34—Livestock For Sale. 36—Wanted Livestock. 86—Farm Equipment. AUTOMOBILE 37—Accessories. 38—Ropairlnc-Scrvlee. 89—T!rcs-Vu!c«nlzlng. 40—Auto Lubrication-Washing. 41—Automobiles For Sale. 42—Wanted Automobile!. ROOMS AND SGASD 43—Sleeping Rooms. 44—Room and Board. 46—Housekeeping Rooms. 46—Unfurniahwi Rooms. FOR RENT REAL ESTATE 47—Houses For Rent. 48—Furnished Houses For Rent. 49—Apartment For Rent. 60—Furnished Apartments. 51—Cottaees and Resorts. 62—Offices For Rent. 63—Business Property. 64—-Farm Property For Rent. 66—Suburban Property For Rent. 66—Garages For Rent. 67—Wanted To Rent. 58—Cottages and Resorts. . FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE 69—City Property For Sale. «1—Lots For Sale. •2—Farms and Tracts. IS—Out of Town Property. 14—Wanted Real Estate. FINANCIAL 85—Building-Financing. .•• • 66—Investments. 67—Money To Loan. 18—Wanted To Borrow. •9—Insurance. (CoWt.) i—Special Notice* POlt SENT—EMclrW refrteotatoW, uny rank* 15.00 prf In o B t hi Thompson Campari*. 28^-24 CAU GOING to Wichita, Knnsns. Room for 8. AI»o have room for rent. Phone 293. S.c-lB EMPLOYMENT B—Female Help Wanted. WANTED—Experienced feirl for housework, care of children. Apply 905 North Grny or call 800. "'' °" GIRL WANTED for housework nhd cnre of children. Must stuy nights. 712 N. Front. le-18 WANTED—Experienced beautician. Beauty and Cosmetic Shop. 207 N. Ciiy- ler. GIM9 11—Situation Wanted EXPERIENCED nurse wants work. Local references furnished. Cnll 1350. 3c-20 BOOKKEEPER and stenographer. 5 years experience. 22 years old. Excellent references. Write Box J. K., News 3p-lB BUSINESS NOTICES 14—ProJessioruU Service. PIANO TUNING Don't ncjdect your pinno this spring. Work Kuaranteed. Phono 1497. James Miller. lp-17 Stomach Acidity Responds to Chiropractic in the majority of cases Dr. Kathryn W. Hulinga 218 W. Craven St. (% Blk. W. Kline Hotel) YOUR HEALTH is your most valuable possession. Dr. C. A. Rhea, Chiropractor, one door cast Combs-Worley Building. Phone 800. 26c-41 SPENCER Individually designed corsets and surgical garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 628 North Sommerville. 2G-25 18—LanflscapIng-vJardenlnf. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMAIi YARD GRADING & PLANTING, TREE PRUNING, Etc. HENRY THUT PHONE 818 IZO—Upholsterimr-Rennlslilng. LAUNDRY—Flat finish 6c. Hough dry 4c. 618 South Cuyler Street. Phone 142B. Mrs. Staten. 26c-'J6 FOR SALE OB TRADE 70—Heal Estate. 71—Miscellanoouu. 78 —Personal. SERVICE AN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE . DIRECTORY OF Business -drid Professional 1 PAMPA ~~ ACCOUNTANTS J. R. Roby 412 Combs.Wffliey. R. 980W. Of. 787 Fampo Bakery BAKERIES Fampo Bakery . :. • . Fred Schaffner, HE W. Foster. Ph. 81 BOILERS J. M. Deerlne, Boiler and "Welding Works, Faropa, Ph. 29k-lCollervllle. Ph. 1610F18 'BUILDING CONTRACTORS J. King, 4M N,-. Sloan. Phone 163, ' PALMER CHIROPRACTOR Dr. Kahlryn W, Hulings, • Neuroealometer Service, 218 W. Craven. ' " X3APES Canary Sandwich Shop,; 8 doora .east ot. Bex Theater. Ph. 760 ., MACHINE SHOPS Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes and Frederick.Sts.. Ph. 243 TRANSFER AND STORAGE Pampa Transfer and Storage Co. 600 West Brown, Phone, 1P86 State Bonde<y Warehouse. WELDING SUPPLIES "Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes and Frederick Sta., Ph. 248 ANNOUNCEMENTS "t—Special Notice* Turkish Baths Steam and electric Swedish massage. Sweat out the poisons that cause you to have rheumatism, kidney, neuritis, alcohol, nicotine poisons. Guaranteed reducing .. treatments. Colognic irritations. Graduate operator. Eleven years experience. Suite 33, Smltii Buil MISS KING REX OAFP—Short orders all hours. D< liclous sandwiches. Howard Martin, Manager.. 1st door west of Bex Theater. Bc-22 FOR SALE OR TRADE CONCRETE 5BXJILPJNQ BLOCKS Rubble Design (Rough Hand Hewn Hard Rpok y^iee 1 EHect) Ideal for Residences, Bwjlwas Btfgs.. Retaintan Walls, Foun- datipns', Trerscing, etc. Suit to Gov't Spec., Untfornj .and Durable, Seasoned Thotou,Bhly: Plmensioiu) 8"x8"xl8". PRICE """••*• "'W. LeFora. irJOTICE- 1 -!'! w.ttl be respdnslble. for m jdebU bTher than those cpptr«cted by my ^ertC. G, g.' (9w*«> Pi?* B°* W ™""' DON'T DISCARD that broken or worn furniture, let Brummett repair and refinish It for you. 614 South Cuyler. Phone 1425. 12c-26 24—Wasting and Laundering. 27—Beauty Parlors, Supplies. HOBBS Beaut? Shop. Permanent! |1 to $5. Oppofliu from Pampa Hospital. Ph. 1097. 20P-41 MOTHER'S DAY A permanent for Mother. Nothing would please her more than a soft natural looking permanent from the Yntes 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 NORTH CUYLER 3 doors North of Blossom Shop MERCHANDISE 28—Miscellaneous For Bale. FOR SALE—1 used General Klcctric: refrigerator. Cull lit 412 B. Poster. 3c-20 FOR SALE—4 windows. 10x24 casings. WelEhts in real good shape. J. A. Purvis. 6c-20 FANCY LAWN Brass seed—and also Merit Brand feeds. Stork and McMillen. ' • 6tf-10 FOR SALE—lined water-cooled Electro- lux refrigerators. (60.00 and up. Thompson Hardware Company. 26c-24 Mark every grave. Buy now for Decoration Day. We have all kinds of marble and granite. SCHAFER MONUMENT COMPANY 817 South Cuyler W. C. Schafer 36—Farm Equipment. 10 TUBE Victor radio. 400 East Foster. Phone 1266. • t/ 901 S. Faulkner 31—Wanted ID Buy. WANTED TO BUY—A flat top desk. 30" x 42". Light oak finish. Pampa Daily News. 121E-28 33—Poultry - Egffs - Supplies, LARGE FRYERS, sweet milk, and fresh eggs. C, C. Dodd. % mile east Denver Viaduct. 12p-tf-24 Baby Chicks Pullets that will lay early. Five to nine weeks old. Popular breeds. Reasonable prices. See them* at— Dodd's Hatchery Mil, of D»nv«r Vuiduot News Want-Ads Get liesults. A CAR OF YOUR OWN NOW when you hnve the urge to explore the Krent outtloorn , , , Bfoen fields, long open ronils, mile after mile of beautiful conn try aide. f f JLJL want some kind of n car, either new or U8 °d» 8O y° u too can be out on the highways takintf In the sights and enjoying yourself. FIND the cnr you wnnt ... in the NEWS. A few minutes scanning: the wnnt- ndfi will bring you ftice to face with the heat bare din of fora. PAMPA DAILY NEWS Classified Ads PHONE ... 666 or 667 LIVESTOCK, (Cont.) 34—Livestock For Sale. ?OU SALE—Two rood milch COWH. AjfO I and 7 years each. J. W. Lanpham, polite Doer. 3p-l!) FARM MACHINERY One six foot McCormick mowing machine and hay rake and single row lister with planters, six disk en- jine plow and ten foot tandem disk, one combined harvester, three heavy wagons, six section drag harrows, and one 14 inch turning plow. C. C. Dodd, % mile east Denver Viaduct, Pampa, Texas. AUTOMOBILES 38—Repairing Service STOP AT THE GULP SERVICE STATION NO. 3 for service, tire repairs, accessories, washing and greasing. O. W. HAWKINS. MGR. ON BORGER HIGHWAY W II t PHONE 1444 -* "-~^- • 41—Automobiles tor Sale. USED TRUCK HEADQUARTERS! 1936 Ford with $108 worth of license plates, low mileage, looks like new $485 1936 Chevrolet Truck $485 1935 Chevrolet $435 All above long wheelbo.se and in A-l condition. 1932 Chevrolet Panel 1 1-2 ton $190 1934 International Pickup —$190 USED CARS 1936 Chevrolet Sport Sedan with radio $575 1936 Chevrolet Coach $490 1935 Chevrolet Coupe $425 1935 Ford Coupe $375 1935 Ford Sedan $385 —See The New— SILVER DOME TRAILER Now On Display As low as $675 Culberson- Smalling Chevrolet Co., Inc. INSTALMENT PLAN AUTOMOBILE 41—Automobiles For Sale. FOR SALE OR TRADE Equity in 1937 Super Tudor Terraplane Carefully broken In. Trailer house for sale. 533 South Cuyler USED CARS 1936 Ford DeLuxe Tudor— $ A Real Buy 193G Ford Tudor Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Coupe (Master) New Motor .. $ 525 5 425 1935 Ford DeLuxe Sedan $ Completely Reconditioned ... 1935 Ford Coach 1935 Ford Coupe . 1934 Ford Truck, Long Wheel-base, Completely Overhauled 1935 Chevrolet Truck Overhauled 1932 Ford Coach 5 225 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 BP FURNISHES WITH MORE THAN OWE COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS. ALWAYS IS THE SAME AS THE OF THE A LAYER. OF ABOUT FORTY MILES ABOVE THE EARTH, ABSORBS ULJRA VICSLETT SUNLIGrHT WHICH WOL1LD BLIND AND BURN HUMANITY. rr ALLOWED ' ' IJY observing the pole sta» it is possible tp telj exactly at what latitude, yp.ii are This discovery was a great help tp navigator! erf early times- although the> still hac' no way of telling how far east or west they were, aiiql vvhep clQufo pbUte/atss? ttlf Stairs, they were Mstf fcelpiess ; . . ..... .. AUTOMOBILE (Cont.) 41—Automobiles For Sale PACKARD TRADE - INS CLEANER — NICER Check these bargains 1936 Ford Delux Touring Coach. 1935 Ford Coach, Trunk, Radio. 1935 Buick, Rumble Seat, Coupe. Actually 19,000 miles. 1935 Terraplane Coach. 1935 Chevrolet Coupe. 1934 Plymouth Coupe, Radio and Heater. 1934 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- Wheela. 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. Inc. Packard,'DeSoto and Plymouth 310 W. Kingsmill Phone 113 ROOMS AND BOARD 13—Sleeping Boom* NiCK CLEAN rooms, ruuaonably priced. 600 N. Frost. Virginia Hotel. 2(ip-l2 LOWERED rates on exceptionally nice sleeping rooms. 704 West Foster. Broadview Hotel. 26C-20 44—Boom ana Board. ROOM AND HOARD in nice home. Excellent meals. 600 North Frost. Pliom G77J. Cc-22 ItOOM AND BOARD, good meals, congenial surroundings. Close in. 500 Easl Foster. Call 1127. 12C-2B 15—Housekeeping Rooms. WARM, MODERN apartment, for couple. Close in. Reasonably priced. Klin« Hotel, 323 South RuiwoU. Phone 0626. 26e-29 FOR RENT 47—Houses For Kent, FOR RENT—2-room unfurnished house. 2 blocks west and 1 north of Hilltop Grocery. *P-18 FOtt RENT—Vacancy at New Town Cabins,'. Maytag for rent. Plenty of hot water. 1301 South Barnes. 20p-813 4&—Furnished House for Rent FOR RENT—8-rooni modern house. Fur- ishcd. 412 North Hill. 3c-20 POU RENT—Three room furnished house, modern conveniences. Bills paid. Garage. 1826 Amarillo Highway. 3p-10 POR RENT—2-roorft furniahed house and gariiKe. Adults only. Call at Owl Drug, J14 S. Cuyler. 8c - 19 CLEAN 2~-ROOM house. InnersprinB mattress. Adults only. 629 South Russell. 6tf-2z -ROOM furnished house. Bills paid. $4.00 er week. Harold Coffee. 813 East Campell Street. Phone 18C6. 8C-18 1 AND 2-ROOM houses. Furnished. Dills lid. Modorn conveniences. $12.00, up. _ibson Courto. 1043 South Barnes. Phono 077W. 2-ROOM furnished house. Also 2-room furnished apartment. Bills paid. 8 blocks west Hilltop Grocery on Borger Highway. Apply third house north. 6c-21 19—ApartmentB far Bent. i-ROOM unfurnished apartment. Strictly modern. Private bath. Garage. Int l ul je 802 W. Foster. 16U-23 50—Furnlsueo Apartment*. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment for couulo. Bills paid. 510 E. Francis. Call 2c-lo --ROOM and 2-room furnished modern apartments. 615 N. Faulkner, near Horace Mann School. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three-room duplex apartment. Private bath and garage. 623 North Hoburt. 1 c-18 FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartment. Modern. Bills paid. Ill N. West. 6c-18 TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 626 S. Cuyler Apartraento. FOR BENT—One aide modern furnished duplex. 4 rooms with earage. 422 S. Banks. FOR EENT—One 3-room furnished house and one 4-room furnished house. Bills paid. 2 blocks west, 1 north Hilltop Gro eery. S3—Business Property. . FOR KENT—Business location. Fine for combined biirber s^op and beauty parlor. Olose (a. «cnt very reasonable. Phone eww, *f FOR SALE 59—City Property For Sale. FOR SAI.E 2-room hnm-c nrvi lot. Hnr- cain. -1211 Rnhc'rts Strcrt. I),;.Z3 Phone Ifili Duncan Bldg. JOHN L. MIKESELL SPECIAL CONSIDERATION $2850. CONSIDER tho low price. CONSIDER the locntlon, flowc-in on N. Wynn, CONSIDER the terms. CONSIDER everything; else offered, then let tin show you this lovely BR. Double Enrage. Full size lot. Beautiful trees, shrubbery, nm! lawns in front and back yard. S2260. of purchase price already financed on monthly payments. Satisfactory small clown payment can be arrane/etl. This property just listed by owner leaving Pnmpn, offers you that wished for—longed for opportunity to fulfill your desire for n real homey home, nmid delightful snrruumiinRs at a price away ttelow its real value. CONSIDER not only the "Lillies" but the "Field" of Pnmpa's available homes for sale then net now, today. The price and terms will p!ci>.nn you ; the hoim!, witli its beautiful Hltrroumliturs, will dolinht you. $2,850. For quick sale, pair of lots (50 ft.) on 66 (Miami highway), $150. RENT 3U. unfurnished duplex. East Francis on paving. $25.00. 2R. unfurnished on pavinK, $10.00. INSURANCE of all kinds. See U3 for old line hail insurance on whwit. BEST BUYS in town for nice modern houtiL'S. 4 rooms nr more with small down payments. Call ;t!0 for appointment. 3P-19 FOR SALE—3-rnoin .-house partly moil- em, lot 00x140. $NiJtl.UO. TtTniM. Fi™t house wiist Lnno Cmis't. ill 3 W'ilkos St.. Seeds Add'n. Up-lS 63—Out of Town Property. FOR SALE—Farm house, can by made Into 8 two-room house. 1 ). B milfs imst of White Dt'or, across from Texhoma. Cp-22 FOR SALE—3-ruom house un 33 highway. ?!I60.(IO with furniture. Also MxSII store building to bu moved. M. H'"fli", !lll Weal Foster. Cc-22 Sp-ll) millGATION SOLVKS DltOUOTIT SITUATION—Stil. linvu few Bootl trnclH In auuth fcjwifchLT and Hnlo counties, $15.00 to 20.00 per acre, easy U-rniH. VV. L. I'ar- ton, Hox 226H. Phunc 2-3'J'.]T. Amarillo. Op-21 FINANCIAL 67—Money Xo $-LOANS-$ Salary Loans — Personal Loans $5 to $50 No security nor endorsers. The only requirement is that you be steadily employed. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loans made in a few minutes. Salary Loan Co. L. B. Warren, Mgr. First National Bank Bldtr. Room 3 Phone 303 AFRAID to Jove JL & ,tv MARION WHltE t>»il»«wtcs.i>*. ff^^ m ^ TO LOAN Salary Loans — Personal Loans $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil 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. Starkey, Mgr. 109% 8. Ouvlor Phnne 450 WASHINGTON, April 26 (JP) — Senators who declined to be quoted by name said today an administration spokesman had discussed compromising the Supreme Co.urt dispute by authorizing four new justices, but had turned down suggestions for only two. There were no signs of an agreement or modification, however, on the eve of the Senate judiciary committee's first closed session of the court bill. The measure would permit appointment of six new justices if members over 70 do not retire. A possible Supreme Court decision today on the unemployment insurance provisions of the social security act and on validity of supplementary state laws, observers said, might have some effect before tomorrow's committee session. There also was a possibility the court would announce at noon whether it would pass on old age pension provisions of the act before adjourning for the summer. Opponents have indicated they would fight all modifications to force a test vote on the bill as it stands. The opposition strategy will be to seek first to split the President's proposals into two bills, separating the Supreme Court issue from recommendations to speed up judicial processes. Senator Van Nuys (D., Ind.) said he would ask an early vote. Will BE HF.LD TUESOfl? Funeral services for Oscar E. Baker, 40, will be conducted at 2:30 tomorrow afternon in First Baptist church with the Rev. C. E. Lancaster, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery, in charge of G. C. Malone Funeral Home. Local Masons will conduct services at the grave. Mr. Baker died in a-Dallas sanitarium Friday night after an allness of several months. He was a longtime resident of Pampa and at the time of his death was a driller for the Magnolia Petroleum company. Survivors are the widow, two daughters and one sister. All Master Masons are asked to meet at the temple in the White Peer Land building at 1:15 o'clpck Chapter V ] It was almost midnight when Sybil | returned to her own home. She had , left her uncle in a particularly jovial frame of mind find she felt certain that, hn would reient in the matter of Philip. She decided to wait up an hour or so, in case her brother did get home that nictit. It would not do for him to believe that she had let him down, becatisp she meant to j have him do .something for her. As a matter of fact, she rarely failed him. Philip was extravagant, impetuous and utterly irresponsible, yet he had a certain reckless charm which compelled her admiration. It might have been that she understood his faults because the same desires smouldered within her. If she were better able to control them than he was, it was because she viewed the world's tolerance with more calculation. 7'here was Uncle John, for one thing. Despite the trust fund which her father had left them, Uncle John was still an economic necessity, and his principles must be appeased. That task Sybil took unto herself and she handled it well. Jennings, the buller, looked into the living room. "I put your cur in the garage. Miss Sybil," he announced sedately. "Will there be anything else." "No. Jennings, nothing more." She picked up a magazine and settled j herself on the divan. "By tho way, I did my brother call while I was out?" I 'No, Mi;is Sybil. Thei-p were no | calls." : "Thank you. Don't bother with the lights. I'm slaying up a while." j "Very well. Miss Sybil." He with-' drew quietly, leaving an oppressive j stillness about the room. , Sybil turned the pages of the magazine listlessly and listened to the hall clork tick off the seconds. The House seemed chilly. she thought. ' j Her own living room was a fitting' background for Sybil Hendry. It j war; as she was, smart,-sophisticated. I Modern furniture stood out strikingly i against dull, off-white wall?, skill'- ; fully brightened by concealed ceil- i ing lights. The floor was completely ' covered by a warm chartreuse velvet carpeting, with luxurious small Chi- , nese rugs, in the same tones as the \ furniture, scattered in carelessly cor- | reel, fashion. The draperies were in i ^ old-blue velvet, their edges caught i j back in the inme studied careless- : ness to show a lining of chartrcause satin. Mirrors were used artistically—as table tops, as frames for the two I large Chinese prints, and as panels j down the entire length of the wall from ceiling to floor, to catch the reflection of windows opposite. Odd pieces of furniture in old ivory and gold held priceless lamps of Chinese porcelain and expensive smoking accessories. The only striking note of color in the room was a huge ya.se of deep red rose?, kept fresh through the thoughtl'ulness of Uncle Jchn. which stood on a table in front of an enormous triple window. Uncle John did not like Sybil's living room. He often intimated jokinp- that its absolute perfection made him feel uncomfortable. One day he told her, the room would learn that he'd been raised in the degradation of a mining camp and it, would freeze him to death for bespoiling it Shortly before one o'clock Sybil heard Philip turn in at the driveway. She went to the window, watched him put the car in the garage, and heard him slam the doors violently. Evidently his day in jail had not left him in a very bright frame of mind. She hurried to the front door to let him in. She wished she had asked Jennings to prepare some sort of a supper. In all probability Philip had not eaten all day. However, she could fix up something for him. "Hello, Philip, 1 she greeted him flatly. He looked up scowling, and did not return her greeting. Sybil closed the door behind him. "I'm terribly sorry—" she began. Philip's scowl deepened. "You should be!" he said scornfully. "That was a fine trick you let the old man pull." 'I didn't know a thing about it until this evening, Philip. Why didn't you call me instead of Uncle John?" "I didn't call anybody. Tho^e silly cops went through my pockets. I suppose, and found his card. Then the opportunity of talking to the great John Hendry was too much for them to pass up. I don't know what he told them, but today they wouldn't let me make another call." Sybil helped him out of his coat. "Did you have anything to eat?" she asked solicitously. "Eat! Don't be silly. Why would I want to eat that tripe they hand out?" "Come on, then. I'll find you something." She led the way toward the kitchen. "I need a drink first," he grumbled. "All right." She opened cupboard doors, brought out a few dishes. "Where does Jennings keep the Scotch?" she asked. "First shelf, at the right," Philip offered. Sybil took it clown, poured out a generous portion, then went to the refrigerator for ice cubes. "Here's almost a whole chicken," she observed, "and a bottle of milk. Want me to make coffee, Philip?" "No, I'll take the milk. Got any tomato juice?" "Half a jar of it, all nicely chilled." Gradually, as the drink took effect, his spirits rose. He attacked the chicken eagerly, forgetting for the while that he bore a grievance. Soon he was telling Sybil about his day in jail — about the flat-footed guard who walked up and down the corridor lecturing them—about the three others who shared his cell — the roughneck, the penitent panhandler, and the dignified gentleman from Boston. ' 'Honest, Syb," he said affably, waving a cold chicken drumstick, "you'd have died laughing at that old, duck. Never touched a drop of liquor in his life, so he said. Just had an attack of vertigo last night. Jfe'4 met ^ Jew business aequs juices to Qj9 village mi Wwy eff him some nice lime drinks. Delightful drinks, he thought. The riefct tiling he found himself out in the street beating up a cop with his cane. 'I was Just walking down the street'." Philip mimicked with a grin, ' "when I felt an attack coming on. And this officer insisted that I was Intoxicated. He insulted me. I tell you. when I pet back to Boston—' Oh. when he gets back to Boston, he'll have the governor down to demand an apology." Philip laughed at the memory. "The devil of it was " he continued, "I think the old boy was sincere. Those old friends of his must have had a rare time spiking his lime drinks." Half an hour later, Sybil said cautiously: "Uncle John wns upsrt about it, Philip." Philip's good humor faded. "Don't tnlk Uncle John to me tonight," he snapped. "I'm getting fed up with his interference. I don't need him telling me how to live . . . ." Sybil sighed. "That's just the trouble. Philip. We do need him, very badly. "I've a stack of bills now that are two months overdue. And I hate to remind you- -" "Don't bother! I remember, well enough. Sam Bowser has my I. O. U. for two thousand he's getting nasty about it. Well, let me handle Sam Bowser . . . ." Sybil shrugged, eloquently. Philip couldn't handle Sam Bowser, and she knew it ns well a.5 he did. And if Sam Bowser went, to Uncle John, it would be difficult. Rubbed thn right way, Uncle John signed checks with an ample hand but. get his back up and he was as hard as the Rock of Gibraltar. "Philip," Sybil pursued tactfully, "I'll make a bargain with you." He looked at her suspiciously. "What is it?" "I'll settle with Sam Bowser. I'll give him something on account and security for the rest. And if you'll do something for me, I'll give you $50 a week extra and expenses. It will take you out of town, so you won't have to face Uncle John. I'll toll him you've gotten a job, and by the time you get back, he'll have forgotten all about this." "What do you want me to do? And where do I go?" 'Chicago." "What for?" He offered her a sig- aret. took one himself. "To do a little detective work." "Detective work? On what?" He held the match for her. Sybil drew in the flame, inhaled deeply. "I want you to find out something about Uncle John's secretary—Miss Barrett." Philip blew out the match impatiently. "Oh, Syb, what's the use of doing anything like that? Gee, I know how you feel, but there's nothing we can dig up about her in Chicago." "I have reason to think that there is." "What do you mean?" "I know—and never mind how I found out—that there's something in her background which would not make a very pretty story." Philip raised his eyebrows thoughtfully. "And you think that would finish her with Bob?" "That depends upon what it is. But there's another angle for us to consider. Uncle John seems to be as much infactuated with her as Bob is. and he wouldn't be the first old man to leave a fortune to his secretary. A nice mess that would leave us in, Philip." Philip smoked in silence for a moment. Presently he asked: "How do you expect me to go about it?" (To Be Continued) Gray County Records Compiled by Pampa Credit Association Warranty deed: B. E. Thomas et ux to Jno. L. Mikesell, lot 9, block 1, Seed's sub-division. Teed. Williston Benedict to Goldie Jackson, Lot 14, block 3, Cohen addition. Materialman's lien affidavit: The Parkersburg Rig & Reel company to Doniphan Oil and Gas Co., NE 1-4 of Sec. 128 block 9, I&GN. Affidavit: Katye Y. Morgan to J. E. Ryan, survey No. 2, block C-2, certificate No. 17. issued to C C s' D. & R. G. N. G. RR. Co. (1) Survey No. 3, block C-2, abstract 408, certificate No. 61 issued to C C S D. & R. G. N. G. RR. Co. Affidavit: Katye Y. Morgan to Ex parte, sections 2. 3. and 4. block C-2 C. C. S. D. & R.G. N. G. RR Co Transfer: Katye Y. Morgan to F. M. Bralley, (1) Survey No. 2 block C-2, certificate No. 17 issued to C C. S. D. & R. G. N. G. RR. Co (2)' Survey 3, block C-2, abstract 508, certificate 61 issued to C. C. S. D. & R. G. N. G. RR. Co. (3) Survey 4», block C-2, certificate 61 issued to C C. S. D. & R. G. N. G. Ry. Co Transfer: Katye Y. Morgan to Ray Wheatley, m Survey 2, block O-2 certificate No. 17, issued to C C S D. & R. G. N. a. RR. Co. 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