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Wattted to Rettt Classified Advertising Rates information x *ft Wrtt-ftds »r* tlHstlj «Hh ind pted over the phono with the t t5s« we •PHONR YOUR WANT AD TO 4 666 or 667 , .— court&os ,«d4»k*r will re«|re IT Want Ad, hflptriR jtou word Iti . .11 ads for "Situation Wanted" *nd it attd Found it» cash with order irlll cot be Accepted over the t^U- •cath . . Dally NEW* r*»net tight to. classify all Want A«U st appropriate headbutt and to t*. )p 6r withhold Yrdin pvibllt-Rticm any >y d«m«i ebjectlonable. s fotlc* ot.fiiiy ttftf attitt lie Klren time for correction befdre second t ertlon. T: In cue of any »rrpr or an omission ivefthing of>any nature The Dally "" »hall notbe held liable /or I -further than the amount re- • f •"''"•' tOCAL" RX¥E CARD SFFEgtlVE NPVEMBEK 3. 1931 1 day, 2e a word; minimum 30c. . Z daya, l« » «r.ord(;.mlnlmum COc. ° Jc per word for each succeeding issue the first two- isiues. ie Psanpa Daily NfiWS FOB BENT— F^ee jaayWSg washers 2 'and 3 room cabins. Bills with paid, and furnished. $S.M per week and,up. Newtown Cabins. 1300 So. Barnes. 26p-83 FOB BENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S.-Guylen;' » 6p-63 FOB BENT—Five roommodern apartment., Unfurnished, and 2 room modern apartment, furnish- BIB N. Faulkner, lp-57 FOB BENT—Furnished house keeping rooms. 826 W. Klngsmlll. ••• • • 2c-58 FOB BENT—Two small furnished apartments. Call nt G13 W. Brown* ing. '_ lp-57 FOB BENT---Nlce 2-room furhlsli- ed apartment for rent. Adults only. 301 E. Foster. lp-57 FOB BENT—Furnished apartment. Bills paid. 221 E. Poster. 3p-59 FOR. RENT—Apartment for rent at 411 N. Hill. Inquire at 511, N. Yager or .phone 35. : " 2C-B8 FOB BENT—Four room unfurnished house on 325 E. Malone, Wllcox addition. See S. D. Dodd. 522 N. Roberta. • . - lp-57 iHjtfl For Sale SALE—New large four room home, and garage. New Wonderful 'location. North of city. Good terms to resppn- Write Post Office Box t 517 N. Dwlght. > : ' ; :-. -'•- •• • 3p-59 FOB 'BENT—Well located 4 room modern duplex, $27.50; 5 room modem house, E. Browning, ,$30;00; 4 room "house, N. Hobart, $20.00. Phone 166. John L. Mikesell. " 3Cr58 FOB BENT—Two room unfurnished house, $10.00 per month. 630 N. Banks. 3p-58 USED CAB VALUES 1935 Celiv. Master Deluxe Couch .....'; 1935 Standard Chev Sedan 450 1934 Standard Chev. Coach 375 1934 Plymouth DeLuxe , Coach ....ii.,. ,TJ5 193.1 Plymouth Coupe 250 1934. Master pnev. Coupe.. 400 1934 Ford Fordor 350 1932 Plymouth! Coupe ..... 135 1930 Plymouth Sedan 90 in*. CULBER8ON BMAIXINQ Service OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT SALE—New six-foot Electro- .box. Five rooms furniture for cheap. 70? E. Browning. 2c-58 . SALE—^Pointer pups, 2 mos. ' See at 3.1-1*4 S. Cuyler. ' FOR RENT—Nicely furnished, two rooms, bath and garage. 717 N. Hobart. ' 3p-58 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage. Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. Russell. • 3p-58 FOR RENT—Nice cool basement bedroom. Close to town, to one or two men. 522 North Frost. Phone 1004. 6c-59 BALE—Eight room house, le gara'ge. On pavement, $400 down. Balance like rerit. W. Alcock. : 6p-63 SALE-«-1934 Fora cnaier perfect condition. Sinclair farm. Kingsmill, Texas. . . ' 3pr5$ -f Jf Mrs. L. B. Cole will ball t/|hij$••&«(* of the Pamp^'"Daily Kews she will receive a free ticket "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" Ving at La Nora theater Friday BALE—Three room house, 2 .'.•.|»ts, for cash. 401 Ji. Christy. : gil>i- I2cr67 PQfl SALE— Cafe, doing good bysU ?, reason for gelling, poor ». Call 850 between 3 and 6 ' ' ' " " ' SALE— Two chair barber sni>jp, .1200. E. G. Carter, Miami, Texas. <ff=-3:. ••. . . . 2pr67 jBALE-^Jjiquor store in best re p| "town. Wkte Box H.: p., cire of Pampa News. Hc-58 'Sy,.;PAIR SIXES """"" Aftoojns ----.; •'•:.'• -' • • <jRpphis N$; T N. Spiherville. You must see this.lovely- 1 .home to appreciate the six;'spacious -rooms, sun porch, breakfastt •'nock; built -}ns and all other feAtui^s- that help io v make it one/of Fanipa's nicest homes. Shown by,- appointment, pr^ce arid terms at.'off ice. ; -.Np.'2 N. Frost, Out ittf'town own- efr :says selj. this ^3s loom' home on N.', ,Frp§J;/ paying, near FOR RENT—Two room modern furnished apartment. Garage and refrigeration. Close in. Adults:only. 117 North Glllispie. Murfee Apartments. 6c-59 FOR RENT—Rooms with hot and cold water. Also two 2-room unfurnished apartments. 704 West Foster. ••••:.• - 6e-59 FOB RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N. Russell. Call 8:30 to 9:30 a. in. • 6c-59 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Adults only. 903 E. Browning. . 3C-58 FOR RENT—South bedroom for men. Close in. Phone 351-J. 402 North Ballard. 6c-59 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 North Russell. : 6c-59 FOR" RENT—Maytag washers 25c per hour. Plenty of hot water. Come to Ice Plant on South Cuyler, one block west and % south, Mc- Oallp Camp. 28p-58 CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 •N.-Frost:. Virginia hotel. 6p-60 FOR RENT—Two room furnished house. Bills paid. 635 S. Somer- ViUe. '.' : ; 6c-61 FOR'RENT—Two room furnished house. Adults only. 851 W. -Kingsmill..Inquire in rear. . 3p-57 ^- Ladies diamond Buldva wrist watch with black band. Liberal reward for return to Behr,.. , , wonderful location, lovely home, ft real: buy at $30(10.00. -'• < ' BUSINESS. Here is your opportUn- ity;^to jet a. well located H-room tfl;. in Pampa yith; very" little cash " O- fc 0V Joan .covers most st. Will take good car on Priced to sell at $4000.00, JOE of all kinds, JOHN L. Duncan Building. . man's store, corner Cuyler and scnool, Kingsmill Sts. Phone 353 or 794. TOR flAf* CHEAP. Adding ma-*•" 'Ie, 5-ft; show case, office ,„.(, elec"t*}c clock and jse><leJeRhone. Pampa Fixit •".E. Poster. 3p-57 -r-*-,« T f7»T< »~«- ^Wftrit "gpod sudan'.geed, you can find ft'-at jBtaj* and McMillen. We handle Merit feeds. ' 4p-57; FOR SAW OR' TUADB—Stucco toufjjt 'jptunp/ furjjjsjied. qiear, On paved highway. Gfood investment fwlxjtnvis money. Reasonable. Qr What "have you to trade? Box 1778, 7C-&9, 6C-60 Personal $ 325 250 USED CAR Specials for This Week 1932 Plymouth $1OI* Coach ...........lO> 1933 Plymouth Coach. 1933 Plymouth Coupe '. ',. 1933 Chevrolet $*jQC Coach .'.... ...«*O> 1935 Ford ^CIC V-8 Fordor >4> 1935 Ford V-8 $/••£ DeLuxe Coupe 4^3 1933 Ford ^9tf V-8 Fordor ^P/p 1931 Ford ' $fl''fl£ Coupe .1 ;. IflJ 1930 Ford $fl9C Fordor ; ..: '.. »iJ5 1930 Chevrolet ^IJC 4'- door' sedan >. *4j 1932 Ford B ' $<*«£ Mode) Coupe O> Tom Rose (Ford) Wanted to Rent Nice. 6 or 6 room Unfurnished house in good lo- ; Will consider^ Je&sing if place is satisfactory. Write Box 33 c/o Parnpa Daily News or Phone 667 •» MAMAAMIt Itti MOUiTON Wanted Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD „.,PHONE 1128 Miscellaneous Used Cars 193G Plymouth Sedan ..... ........\ $200 Discount 1935 Ford Sedan 495 1935 Ford Coupe, • • i 15,000 ml. new tires... 460 193% Chrysler Coupe 385 1934 Ford" Sedan 340 1933 Plymouth Sedan 295 1932 Ford V8 Coupe ( ;. Brummett's Will pay you cash for your oar. Beauty Parlors NORMA JEAN TALLEY, formerly owner of Paramount Beauty Shop, is now connected .with BettyJane Beauty Shoppe, lip N. Quyler, and" ask^ all -her friends ^nd- customers to call on her at her new location. .. ',.' ; • •',•.', 6c-G3 Notice To The CJali • . Courthouse Cafe AIR CONDITIONED * By Buffalo Engineering Co. A Cool Place to Meet, Eat and Drink! BUSINESS SEBVIQES— Painting, paperhanging'. Free estimates. Guaranteed ' satisfaction. Call Fowler. Phone 1328. 218 W;. Brown. St. 3p-5? SPENCER .individually id«ijgned' garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone Chapter 29 NEW MYSTERY ' Logan was a quiet ifiatt} „.... with what was almost a proteetlv hian'ner, so; • that a >Strange could easily fall to nottSe. him. Noticing him, one found him 4iot «n like one's ictea-^seldom realized— of a country parson. Dlnwiddie, his Ion, was stocky and nYuscle'd," an had tralned'as a- boxer. One. notice him inevitfi&ly,' but hte tferiial smile and rosy, boyish face wfe disarm ing. : Dirk sat talking with them both in the darkened car. They/had hp wired him in connection witli Mar tin's adventure. "Though that has Its signifi cance," said Logan, "in the light o what's -happened since;':; •- - , "Last night at ten o'clock Dinwid die and I were sitting-here opposite the gates,' when spme ; one cami down the drive. I couldn't be suri at first that it wasn't a shadow, bu it looked like a woman's figure. I seemed to disappear once-or twice and then it came and stood in tht open gates, and waved a hand. ( - "It was Just a flash, just a flicker that wave.- No one! not looking fo: It, or watching the gates, could hav< seen it, A few seconds later a .tax slowed up at the curb, out of range of the lamp there by the delivery- entrance." color was the taxi?" Dirk 991. 26p-79 GULF SERVICE STATION No. 3 On Borger highway. Othel Hawkins, operator. Washing and greas- ings, $1.50. Tire repairing 3Dc. Phone 1444 for road service. 26C-66 to $5.00. 215 East Francis, licensed operators.'Bertha Quarles and OUve Bostick. 6p-57 If Mrs. G. W. Frowner will call at the office of. the Pariipa, Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. Loans MEN I GET VtGOfc AT ONCE! New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigators and other stimulants, one do$« peps up organs, glands, blood ,Beg. price $1.00. Introductory pripe 89c. CaU, write City Drug Store... . lc-14 CABD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. ' ' • 6p-63 Room and Board ROOM—pirst class. On pavement' 121 • N. Warren. Phone 7.98.TJ; ,•-: ., ,3pr59 "v.If'.MifS.. T. "P> Dickersqn-)v}Jl call at' .the office .of ..the Pampa Pally News she Will 'receive a free ticket to see "The < Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday $r.Saturday, „. . ^ t J , , ^^^T ^^^^^f ^^^^^F .^^^^r^^ Tex»i, Stiite Cerjtifi^J See^ Of All Kind» for Better Crop* Abo Ordinary Sate Tested and ZEB'S FEED STORE For Ypwr VACATION! No endorsers or security required,: $5 to $50 Lowest Ratea . Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY U)AN CQ, L. jB. WARKEN, ! If ft. . Pint National Bank, Bl«V,.'' ; Boom I • ' •**: PJR»H» Itf MONEY .FOR VACATION Salary Loam — Persona] L*mni $5 to $50 We Bequire No Security We •ollclt ofl, field and carbon black w.orker§. Payment* arranged to suit yon. All deallnn itrictly eonf identiaL Loan* made Ifi » few minute*. " ' . PAMPA FINANCE CO. '' For Better Service On ITour RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis' Plione COO Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. 'Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERYj 1 Mile Southeast Pampt Help Wanted WANTJED—An experienced woman for housework. 825 W. Kingsmill. 2c-57 2 More Insane Criminals Are Under Arrest ST.' PETER? Mjnn., June; JO, (JP) — Melyhi • ; C. ' v Passc'o'lt, . supei4n't«n<;l- en4jV0fi:the'45tate bureau of-^imiriaj apprehension, "announced -'the tore .today, of . two n>or* asked;- ( . • "Green. Green and black. The figure^that had^waved got in withou 'seeming 'to speak a. word. It was Mrs,-JOTis;; She wore a raccoon coat and 1 a small dark hat. Our instructions, were to follow, and we started at once. The taxi went through Yonkers, into Manhattan, along the drive -and the ramp. . ." "Did you lose it?" asked Dirk. "We did not. We stayed with it till it stopped at a brownsfone in Forty-sixth Street. Here's ..the number. There's a : speak in-the basement, called the 'Araby'." •Dirk knew. It was the 'house at which Hope had'stopped in the green taxi that Monday night. "The lady got out," said Logan "and went up the front steps. Pretty soon the door opened and she disappeared inside. .'i:'-.. , "I had no instructions to. go further. I had followed heiv and I saw the', place she went.?* Sou hadn't spoken for more evidence' than that. But in the light of what had happened the night before, ,'assuming the sort of evidence you might be after, and you being away. ..." "You went ihi I take ft; 5 said Dirk. "No, I: sent Dinw/ddttJM^ut on Ills telegraph messenger's cap, we fixed up what looked like: a telegram. ; Then we drove*, down the street a way, and Dinwid9ie went bffelc :oni foot. 1 ' ., . criminals, leaving only five of 16 who .broke put of the state asylum Sunday night, still at large. • The last two arrested were WH- bert Joi-issen, "torture" bandit, and Adolph Walworth, admitted on a grand larceny charge. They were captured at Waconia by Carver county peace officers and agents of the state ortoe bureau when the pair wgnt to the home of Jorissen's sister, • Mrs. ' Ed Lahr. -. • -.. , WORK : WANTED—eqoiored gu-i wants housework. Experienced. By day or week. Call aVsoi South Gray, ••'-•-- "' SISTISBS PROWN ' MINEOLA, June 10. M 3 ).—Funeral services for two sisters, Wllma Bradie Armstrpng, 13, and AJea Edith Armstvoflg, il, who drowned yesterday : in a pooj.nea.r (Kejn- Ijpine,. were set f6r'-]<ite today: The chi}»; di'gn, daughters .of .M»\ and Mrs. W, V; Armstrong, lived four miles - ! took up -.-the;^ account. "It was* a private house- i.broke up into' apartments" two on a -floor. I .Knew that from the bells on the mftijihpxes, and the Beards under 'em. The Cockspur Billiard club was on the first floor, arid I rUng that bell. When the boy from the: club opened the door I said, "Telegram for Strum.' That was a name I'd seen on one of the cards. When the boy grouched, 'You rung our bell, 1 I said, 'Finger .skidded.' He said, 'Third floor, rear. 1 And I run on up the stair. •:! knew she wasn't on the first floor. "I didn't find her on the second either. Nobody answered one door, and I was kinder, worried, "Wei), anyhow, the' second-floor front was dead, and there was just a crowd of fejlers playinV poker in the rear, None of 'em was named Pruhlingpfennig." "Pruhlingpfennig was the .name on. the telegram," Logan explained. "My own Invention.'? ; i •'.;:-" Dirk, who had slight experience with the professional '.detectives' aversion to a brief tale, said to Dinwiddie.-.v. ,,-„ "'get, on, jjrjll you?" .-. *WeUl skip (the third floor then," 'Said, ; "I'd just started up the:Jasjt f JJght iwhen I heard some- bcidy". i b.ehind me on th_e ,s.tair. On the top floor It knocked: at the first door I come to, -and a vp.tce— a man's voice— said, 'Cpme in.' like that. No questions, ov nothin.' •'• -.'• : "So I opened the door, and there she was---Mrs.! jorls..- §he: had off her coat, and &he was sjttin' on -the couch. The man was :-sitt4n' beside her, and he had hold of: her hand." "What man?" asked PH'k. "Well, he looked . kinder fprefgn. ' He f was ;' a.b.oujj &ge— rarpund .. twenty-five; or so — and slim, |ind his dressiii' 'gown was black with gold snakes oji it." ? ; "Dragons," said Logan. , -"All rjght. Anyhow Jie was sur.- pj-ised. when lie saw me. He'd thought jit vyas the man behind me, the .waiter . oy/ -whatever 4f .W&s. He grabbed • the • telegram iW§' . of my han^/and gave the waiter an pyder in Italian,, mostly, was he'd run out of Italian ones. And 1 understood 'Pazzlni cocktail.' - "The lady i>r. Mrs..TToris... < had gone over to th6 window, aiid Stood there :with her back to tis. The window was coferei with durtalHs, and the shades were. down.. She couldn't see n thing through It,' but she stood there like she was looklh' out. . "It was -a sort of den ..where, they were . . . battle-axes, and humidors, flhd sdfa*pllloWs.:There v 'wns aodoor leadin'.out of it into another toohi. It was open- a ways, and i Was tryin' to see;thrpugh.'lt, when all of a sud-, den I saw the man had busted ; open the wire, and Was mad as -the devil. "He blazed out, 'This telegram's for. . . .' He .couldn't pronpuhce the name-, He hadn't looked at it' before h6 opened it, and he'd spent, a good While Spellln' out the message; 1 It said, ' 'Willy has mumps," .find was signed, ..? Aunt Susy.' "He jammed it- back at me. Mrs. Joris had turned around, and was looking 'at me. The man said, There's no one of that name in the house. 1 . He seemed to ' know, so I went downstairs, and out." "We -•: waited across the street," said Logan. "And in exactly half- an-hour .Mrs. Joris came out. She looked • up and down the • street, then stepped into the green cab which had waited for her." "She was suspicious, of course," said Dirk. "Of; thfe'telegtantqperhaps.'Vragreed Logan,;rf'hu.fr.-nt>t>:of, our; car. Bhe diove 'Straight <home, and^we fol- lowed-ihehiof 'jdouise'.we'may:; assume! she 'had n'ot'stayed' as. longias she had' intended/ Even? so; all things considered, we have evidence of a ' LoganVvsJeaied hte tJiroat.;;T,The young' igentleman' did- ripfrrseenv-'to relishvthB.; facts nbw that :'thcy!-had been- brought. -to .tiim. 'He'.'remained silent,- r, not. pniovlng,-, till Dinwiddle, who sat : with 'htnuih- the: dark- -ton- neau oftthercar;' p«>led"out!.a^. notebook, 'and'.tumed hiscflash upon.'lt. "' Gordon Funeral Is Attended by A Large Crowd ! funeral services were cohd'uBjIi.e'.i yesterday afternoon by the Rev. j'VV CvHoiise for Mrs. 3. iff. Gordon, i£6 who died at the family home ne Monday morning after a long illnfe Following services in the First Meih- ddist church, where ft large gathering Of tfrlends paid last respects to the Wfig.tlme Panhandle ^resident;' ttie body was taken to Miami cemetery where burial was in charge of Pazri- pa Mortuary. More that 25 Cart followed the hearse-to Miami where many more joined the procession, v-Mrs. Gordon moved to the Pail- handle 35 years ago, residing during that time at Pampa, Clarendon, anc Miami. Mrs. Gordon* is survived- by her -husband, two daughters and two sons, a sister and three grandsons, all of whom were present al her death. COLUMN (Continued from page 1) . rtljogaa ..explained;. ,i.V. looKedi.them.'all.'upVibvit.it.'was^ zini himself <ehe «alledton,>. ! rpny, : F£z- zlnio?He?8 the\ owner.: of ••• thei Araby, andvof'the house5-rents'out bachelor apartments.' Lives, aione ( pnvthe top floor. -. . that's;-where-rshe went. . . and seldom. j»ppears>ijn the'speak. "Decent'.chap; so far as anybody knows..'No: record. There was a fight once In the.'"Araby, -that's all. A brother- of Tony's got mad at something rspmebpdy said to a lady, and cleaned out the place'so fast the police. .Jijul.toT.come,in." . Dirk said,- "Fftzaini -probably has a side r -line,whe);hej-.he's got a rec-. ord, or:snot. .Looks as if he-,might Se doiijg, a' nice little business in blaokmajli" •...<•• • >.^. '.•.:>..: "Hardly," -said togan,-- stung by ;his aspersion on his thoroughness. 'Tony's been .-there ten- years. There'd <have been some smell of ,t." i-, Logan went on, 'Besides, Paz- zlni's something of a prince in his own world, and it's not the underworld, either.:There's a runior that ie comes, of a fine old Florentine family, and that Ftezini's not all of his n,amei -It's not- as if lie were a common wop. . . though one of his jro.thers is cljef {n a downtown hotel, and another, the one : wh'6 cleaned out the Araby, is said to jeXpng to some traveling circus. Which reminds me. . ." Dirk broke in. "Do -yourknow this Fazzini when you-see-him?" ; . - , • "Oh, yes," Logan replied easily. "Do you?" Dirk asked,pinwiddie, 'Well, I've seen him. I'm sure this was .hhn." -••-.-• (Copyright, 1835 Margaret Bell Houston) :,Dirk learns more aijout the circus people, tomorrow. Kiser Laundry FirefutOut Fire Chief Ben .White and his ire fighters .had an early, -ru.n this morning,-when, at 5:20 o'clock;-they vere called; to toe. Kiser, laundry a-t 20'past, Dsny.er street, Fire of un- nown-orjgiij jiaij brp^en out Jn one he.' laundry buildings and flames r ere shooting through doors and todows when the firemen arrived. More than 600 feet of hose was uickly strung and in two minutes he. fife. woe bolide^ control. Other uAidJtygs "WJt^iin eight feet, of'the lazing house were undamaged 'by 're. as. the fighters 'kept the b}aze —"•-— to the ipne rooin. • 5 to the-buUdlng 1 and con- ents has not been estimated. Some |#6ura,nce was carried, ChjeJ lid. Five; w.ashhig most persons dislike pictures of hate, millions think crime should never be used except -to show that it does not pay.. . It is said that love guides the i thinking of most women. It-.is equally true that few men are without a -love interest for long. Men love dogs, horses, golf, their Work, their children, but above all * they desire the approval; of women,'"Usually a few -particular women. Their desire to be approved by'Women in general is no reflection upon their ability and willingness to love one woman "until death." This desire keeps men in business from being slovenly, it tones their thinking, develops - their habitual optimism. The day that a man loses interest in women, he becomes a-crusty old relic,: regardless-of his age. "It is not good for man to live alone. . ." It is not good for man .-to consider himself complete, independent, secure, and satisfied in ihis own sphere; A friendship. between man and man may be technically moi;e perfect than.that often seen between married couples, but -the perfect 'friendship, from which come the most wholesome- fruits of i human experience, Is.-, between mankind as it was created, male'and female, existing'in perfect under-, standing,- mutual : respect, full recognition of the traits which in each are- peculiarly and fortunately superior. The measure of such a mating is harmony. -Harmony reaches beyond the material, toe- yond the. present; it is.-the...friutlon of a diyin.e' 'plan.?'^ojnev';^'iii'ds of friendship are siniiliar, but' much more restricted. This friendship .is not. limited as between man and man and woman and'woman; it is "coeducational." • • • Rests in 's trial HOUSTON 1 , June 10, (/P)—The defense rested this morning at the murder toial of the Rev. Edgar Eskrldge after, presenting testimony of >a -medical .expert that the/win- ister ,was Insane when he'~shot down Ed O'Reilly, Orange police chief, May 29, 1935, , Dr. A. Hauser of Houston ,of the bureau of classification of the Texas prison system, was qualified as an expert,-and tesWfledrhe believed Eskridge was mentally unsound at the time of the slaying. His testimony did not vary largely from that of experts who preceded him on the stand, : HtrRtrfrotiAM June 10 (AP)—Ahiericins defense of. the inteiTi«ltloji_ cup tbday with a iff ti> fl :y bvei* Knglahd before a fa ' crowd of 10,000.. f Mr. and Mrs. J. R. t»Hti)lps and children, Patsy , arid Johii B. -, ot kelierville visited relatives irt Oki«- homa city over the week-end. Mrs, Phililps's sister, Miss Wanda ^ ' son of Waurika, accompanied Uiejn home for a vlte- ••-..- Poiii Announcement* ,- the fturip* Caty NEW6 -/if authorized to anndUnc* ttie' W« lowing candidacies subject' \o ttti action of the Democratic Primirjr, July 25, f For County taOfui O. E. CABT ,'-•', (Be-Electton) . J. M. DODSON ^ SHERMAN wam. {Tor B«prwehuu»« ItSnt DIMiMf EUGENB WOIU-BI (K«-elecUon) For County CierkV CHARLIE THU» (He-election) . For IMatrlet Clorki FRANK HILL (Be-elc«tlon) ' ';" B. B. "BUFE" tHOMPgON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: . EARL PALLET (Re-election) BUCK KOONCE. J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct *: OTIgHENDfilX rOUNGEB COCKRELL L s. JAMESON EABL LEWIS' • | ' _" >••'•.•;For County CommlMloncr, Precl. t JOHNHAGGABD "• (Re-election) ; : '• A. G. (Pete) POST. For County CommlssloMr Praet • TIIO6. O. KIBBY . : ..- . (Re-election.) . "'• • •".->. EABL JOHNSON For County Attorney: • B. 8. VIA JOE GORDON. B. L. PARKEB For County D. B. HENRY . . ' (Re-Election) MBS. G. 0. WAL8TAD For" Tax Awessor-Collector: -V F. E. LEECH (B«-elcctlon) For District Attorney: , LEWIS M. GOODBICH (Bereleotion) CLIFFORD BBALT , For Commissioner PreciMt it ABLIE CABPENTEB (Re-electloit) JOHN B. WHITE. For Justice of Peace . Jll • • Precinct No. 2, Place CHAS. L HUGHES J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM WM. T. JESSE ' ' For Stole Senator: SIst Senatorial District CUBTIS DOUGLASS For Justice of Peace, Pre, ft M. E.F. YOUNG. (Be-election.) ', For Congressman, 18th Distriei: JOHN B, MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County. . /iajid ^..interior of 'the • building^ were amagedi • An l!p-To-The-Minute Directory of QD$NE$ ANO PROFESSIONAL n..«... ii §!••'•»• EVERY VAMUII _m>am&!> rfllflrfl Th« Fin.»t It PROFESSION J. B ROBX Accountants «2 Combs- Worley, B. W0W, W, 7«7 PAHP4 Sdwffner, JW W, Foster, Kj. M " Boilers Boiler WtM- Kelierville, Phone ItlOFIS. J. IUNO, 414 X, Contractor* rbon. 163 CANARY SANDWICH 9 POOW Eait ot B« ThMter, Pfc.760 Churche* CHURCH . Pastor, Pbon* jM City Office. . COUNXy HEUEF BOARD C, f. i Re.Emnloyment Kwne 1415. " yment (Hficc, OP PAMPA QWice, 4M some ^ng}ish'swea!>words:ln-it, like THEATRE SUrrin, PQPEYf ByE.C.SEEGAR TO teu vao Constable'i OJflc», C?tork, • FloruU . -f OLAVTON FLOBAL COMPANt 410 East Foster, Plwu* M. Fr.ight Truck -See BUtor FreUbt I4B W Intprance M. P, DOWNS AGENCY Combt-Wwley L«undrje» YOUB LAUN Phone Clenner* Uunur, 801 Cvyler, HUM i % M, r*S\«J ' I* %

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