Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 26, 1935 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, September 26, 1935
Page 10
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*«»»•' ",' -•' : ;^^^.^iM^iiiM .j'ji^.i^&ifcA^*,*^,*^*^^ "^ ft ; * -* l a * * i**-*vs*ji - fv 4 — j?; * i - * * 1 BORGER HORSE SHOW WILL BE WEEK-END ATTRACTION , set*, a*. <Bp)-ohey- feline jhay hftfe the biggest rodeo to th<S World, tod Kansas City may - h&ve" one of the biggest horse shows 1ft the country hi connection with th6 -annual Aniericah Royal, ,but , Sorbet will have a combination "J horse and wild west show this week* 6hd that will gb on recotd as of much more entertainment value td this country than either of the ' afore mentioned events that are nothing but newspaper stories in this country. The junior' chamber of commerce is sponsoring the event and hopes to present an exhibition that will make the first show of its kind in the southwest one that will go down ill the records as a success from the spectator's viewpoint as well as the contestants. It Is hoped that the success of the show will justify the repetition of it each year from now on. The program will open with a parade on Main street Saturday at noon and the first show, will be presented that afternoon. The horse show will be presented at that time as well as the Wild west show. The wild west show will be repeated Saturday night and given again Sunday afternoon In conjunctldn with the horse show. The finest horse flesh In the Panhandle will be entered in the horse show. Included In the number of fine animals who Will be here for the competitive exhibitions will be Santa Clara, owned by Walter David of Borger, Man of the Hour, owned by Miss Jane Austen of Amarillo. Hallejuah Boy, owned by Miss Mary Alice Burnett will be here and she will also show Red Velvet, formerly of the Carantion Stables on the Pacific coast. Virginia Olglllo, owned by Cotton Wiley, manager of the Sunset stables at Amarillo will also show. These are but a few of the fine animals that will compete in all classes of the horse show exhibitions. OSAGE COUNTRY IS STILL A HOT SPOT OF MIDCONHNENT FIELDS TOLSA, Okla., Sept. 26. ffl — were made for operators and Indians alike in years gone by, remains one of the active "hot spots" of' the midcontinent oil world. Rival companies yesterday. bid $812,875 for leases on 70 tracts in a spirited auction that brought menjorles of a decade ago, when the sky was the limit. Kewanee Oil and Qas Co. paid $342,000 for a single 160-acre tract, the largest lease'bonus offered in five years. Gypsy Oil Co. (Gulf Oil Corp. unit) paid $153,000 for an ad- Joining quarter-section. Kewanee has been one of the more active firms in .recent lease sales, and paid $312,000 for a similar tract earlier this year. That price established a five year record at the time. The all time high was $1,999,000 for 160 acres, .paid about 1924. Several times has $1,500,000 or more been paid. Extension of the South Burbank pool by several good wells recently has brought about the fight for leases to the south of the old Burbank pool, once one of the state's leading producing sections. Field activity ih the district has quickened, with 13 wells in the county last week. The week also brought an improvement in the refinery market after a brief period of softness. ' In the Chicago area, jobbers were back in the market again after prices firmed when surplus stock was cleaned up. At Chicago third grade gasoline was steady at 43-4 cents a gallon. Regular was 5>/4-%. Prices continued strong In Oklahoma and Texas as refinery production was held at a level to meet the market demand. Crude Stocks In Sharp Drop WASHINGTON 1 , Sept. 26 WV-The bureau of mines reported that stocks of domestic and foreign crude oil aggregated 307,318,000 barrels on September 14, a decline of 1,562,000 barrels from the previous week's total. Domestic cnscru stocks fell off 1,- Describes Walkout Without 'Significance' ROME, Sept. 26 (/P>—The walkout of the Italian delegation at Geneva before the League of Nations council unanimously adoptee a resolution to proceed under article 15 of the covenant in the Italo- Ethiopian deliberations, was declared today by a government spokesman to be "without signlf- cance." He added that the covenant requires that any controversy between members shall be considered by the council in the absence of the involved parties. The Italian delegation, he said, may be called in later. (The council decision authorized it to "make an'd publish" a reporl on the Italo-Ethiopian conflict anc make recommendations. Violation of these recommendations if adopted unanimously, would be considerec an act of war against all league members, under article 16, leading to sanctions.) Italy cancelled today the sailing of some 10,000 troops, drawing up to embark for Libya to guard the frontier bordering on Egypt. With an expressed sense of reliei that tension with Great Britain had passed, the Italian government officials awaited League of Nations developments. 732,000 barrels but this was partially offset by a gain of 170,000 in foreign crude. A substantial jump In crude production was disclosed for the week ending September 14 by reports from the industry, along with a decline in imports and a comparatively small advance in crude runs to stills. The week's total demand averaged 3,141,000 barrels daily comprising 2,815,000 barrels produced, 103,000 imported, and 23,<JOC taken from stocks. The demanc was said to be only slightly below the weeks of July and August. Crude runs to stills were estimated at 2,700,00 barrels daily, or about 45,000 barrels over the previous week's average. HATS LEFT OVER $150 AH styles, colors, sizes, i Slightly worn. Your | choice 1 Caps - - 35c TOM The HATTER 1091/55 West Foster ____^ LOW One Way Rail FARES Every Day 2c Per Mile Good in Coaches and Chair Cars JC Per Mile Good in all Classes of Equipment EXAMPLES OF ONE-WA¥ COACH FARES FBOM~- PAMPA TO- TO- AmariUo $1.09 Miami 11.45 Canadian ,,, ,..,.. .We Lubbock 3.52 CiintQn ., ,., J3.87 Panhandle 55 Higglns ,,, 1.49 Plainvicw 3.59 L#w Rqunjj.Trip fares With Liberal SURCHARGE m PUUMANS &»W fVW AWfJy Anywhere on the Santa ?nd West If ;>v ,&ffitip.'' m ji* >/a \^.<M%* J M&".!>' E VIN E'S UEVI.N-E'S ; ..V.l '•" 'i/E VI N,E;S»' ;E VINE'S- } I, E V I N E-S IE Vi N i to bt>. *~ t- New Pall Colors SILK HOSE All pure thread silk. Slightly irregular, AH sizes. 2 PAIRS 3 DAY DOLLAR SALE FBI. - SAT. - HON. SEPT. 27 - 28 - 30 CLOSED SAT., SEPT. 28 UNTIL 6 IP. M. Account of Religious Holiday Open Sat. Evening 6 to 10 p. m. KOTEX New, improved WWW'te wonder - soft. Dollar Days 6 For Men; Here IB a Buyl DRESS SHIRTS New Fall patterns, Solid colors and' white. Dollar I Day 3 DAY DOLLAR SALE FR!. SAT.-HON. SEPT. 27 - 28 - 30 CLOSED SAT., SEPT. 28 UNTIL 6 P. M. Account of Religious Holiday > Open Sat. Evening 6 to 10 p. m. Bpys* KNICKERS Buy Plenty! You'll Save Plenty! All New Fall Merchandise A new shipment of wool knickers just in. . . Dollar Days. Silk Slips Lace trimmed. Adjustable tops. Dollar Days Choice Curtain Sets Taped All kiddles' sizes. Dollar Days. Turkish Towels Outstanding value for Dollar Days Women's Rayon New wool sweaters in a wide choice of colors. Dollar Days. CHOICE panties, w ~ . f ' bloomers, scanties. Dollar Days. Drapery Damask One Garza Sheet 81 x 90 and One Garza Pillow Case 42 x 36 BOTH FOR Make your own drapes for every room. Dollar Days. New Fall patterns and colors have just arrived iu smartly styled frocks for all-winter's wear. All fast color materials. Contrasting and self trimmed. Special for Dollar Days. New Cretonnes Colorful new patterns for making curtains. 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