Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 12, 1936 · Page 5
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fTHE TAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pttmpft, TexSi • FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 10SO § 8* r T SHoplhc CLASSIFIER) CO1.UMMS .i*i«B £-!: ULLMi '€1 i Classified Advertising Rates Information , jkn want adn are strictly cnsli and mrt accented .over tSe phone with the fcoBitlre unilerstnndlnjt Uint the account a'io te J>ild when our Collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 ttur. .courteous ad-taker will receive yotir Want Ad, helping you word it, v'- r All ada-for "Situation "Wanted" and ??t6Bt and Found are cash with order and will not be accented over the telephone. . . Out-of-town advertising cash with proof. , ./The Pnmiia Dally NEWS reserves the rljrht^to classify all Want Ada under. ajppf dbrlate heading and to re- yWe or withhold from publication any tdjiy deemed objectionable. , 'Notice of any. error must be given In. time for correction before second insertion. V In case of any error or an omission 'in adffttfalng of any nature The Daily "NEWS (hall not be held liable for damages further than the amount re- celved for such advertising. . • LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 1931 1 day, 2c a word; minimum SOc. 1 2 days; 4c a word: minimum GOc. . Ic per word for each succeeding iaaue 'after the tint two iB»uoa. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—Sweet milk. 25c per ; gallon. C. C. Dodd. 1 mile south- eks't of city. 5p-63 FOR SALE—Bewley's Anchor feeds. ; i*fbw in .LeFors, Texas. Gray County Feed Co. Old Chevrolet Sldg. 2p-60 FOR SALE—Used dressing table in rtihogany finish. Just the thing for a girl's .room, $7.50. Texas Furni- tur(i. Company. lc59 FOR SALE—Bran, $1.10; cotton .•seed meal, $1.65; Big-B sweet feed, $1.35; Egg Mash, Anchor-5- mgh Grade, $2.25 100 Ibs. Bewley's 16. pbr cent protein dairy feed, white bags, $1.55. Gray County Feed Co., located Cole's Hatchery bldg. :•''" 4p-62 FOR SALE—Seven good used gas Granges from $12.50 to $25.00. Teix&s Furniture Co. lc-59 FOR SALE—More specials. Grocery : and meat scale, $27.50; office safe, $22,50; wardrobe trunk, $5.50; barber , chair, $5.50; cream separator, $12.50; ice boxes from $2.00 up. Irwih's New arid Used Goods Store. lc-59 FOR SALE—Five used dressers, $6.50 to $9.50. Texas Furniture Co. lc-59 FOR SALE A. K. C. Black Cocker Spaniel Puppies Natural Retriever End East Campbell Street Mrs. Elkins P. O. Box 831 FOR SALE—Lovely China cabinet. [A rare value for $25.00. Texas Furniture Company. lc-59 ., PAIR SIXES 6 Rooms 6 Rooms No. 1 N. Somerville, You must see tlijs, lovely home to appreciate the sisf -spacious rooms, sun porch, breakfast .nook, bunt ins and all otiieV features that help to make it's nicest homes. Shown by Appointment, price and terms at. ioffice. No. 2 ff.'Frost. Out of town owner, says, sell this six room home on N,, ( 'Frost, paving, near school, wj>rjderful location, lovely home, a re' $3000.00. BUSINESS., Here is your opportunity, to get a well located 14-room hotel in Pampa with very little cash down. H. O. L. C. loan covers most of the cost, Will take good car on this/'cteai. Priced to sell at $4000.00. INSURANCE of all kinds. JOHN L. MJKESELL, Duncan Building. Phone 166. FpR.SALE-^Sevefal used refrigerators at bargain prices. Texas Fur- nltu're Company. ' lc-59 FOR J sA'LE^-I have a number of ;choice properties for sale. These For Sale properties belong to Panhandle Building <fe Loan Association who are in a position to sell on good terms and with small down payments. It is my honest belief that prices as well as rentals will be higher in Pampa than you have ever seen, within the next 60 days. Nor- irian F. jbries, 320 Starkweather St. Phone 1364. 3p-60 FOR SALE—When you want used furniture always go to the Texas FUrnitUre Company. If they have it, it's a bargain. , lc-59 FOR SALE—One John Deere coin- bine, in good repair. One ten loot one way disc plow. 20 acres row crop ground for rent. Tom Clayton. 410 E. Foster. 3c-60 FOR SALE OR TRADE—For smaller place, 5-room dwelling. 527 S. Somerville. 3p-60 FOR SALE—Seven used living-room suits real values from $7.50 to $32.50. Texas,Funittire Company. lc-59 FOR SALE—New large four room modern home, and garage. New lawn. Wonderful location. North part of city. Good terms to responsible parly. Write Post Office Box 63, or call at 517 N. Dwight. 3p-59 Automotive FOR SALE OR TRADE—Studco tourist camp, furnished.. Clear. On paved highway. Good investment for bonus money. -Reasonable. Or what have you to trade? Box 1778, Pampa. , 7c-59 FOR SALE—It's used but it's hot. This brown mahogany dining room suit, buffet, table and five chairs for only $38.50. Texas Furniture Company. lc-59 FOR SALE—Pointer pups, 2 mos. old, See at 311V4 S. Cuyler. 6c-63 FOR SALE!—Three room house, 2 lots, for cash. 401-N. Christy. 12c-67 If Mrs. James B. Green will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. USED CAR VAtUfcS 1935 Cehv. Master DeLuxe Coach 5525 1935 Standard Chev Sedan 450 1934 Standard Chcv. Coach 375 1934 Plymouth DeLuxc Coach .! 375 1933 Plymouth Coupe 250 1934 Master Chcv. Coupe.. 400 1934 Ford Fordor 350 J932 Plymouth Coupe 135 1930 Plymouth Sedan 9(1 CULBERSON • SMALLINO CHEVROLET COMPANY, ili*. Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL ' MIDNIGHT FOB RENT—Two room furnished house with bills paid. 212 N. Nel;on. Mrs. Roscoe Pirtle. 3c-61 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. See Harold Cofee. 813 E. Campbell. ' lc-59 ''OR RENT—Nice 2-foom house, gink in kitchen. Adults only. 'hone 1015. ' lc-59 FOR RENT—Four room "furnished or unfurnished house; 2 room un- utnished house, 2 blpcks west, 1 north .Hilltop Grocery. 2p-GO FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N. Rttsseli: ' Gc-64 USED CAR Specials for This Week FOR SALE!—A used four piece bedroom suit, finished in green enamel, $27.50. Texas Furniture Company. lc-59 FOR SALE—Eight room house, double garage. On pavement, $1200. $400 down. Balance like rent. 2318 W. Alcock. 6p-63 FOR SALE—Used steel beds, $1.50 up. Texas Furniture Company. lc-59 Wanted WANTED—To reduce our stock of used furniture. Our prices will do it, too. Texas Furniture Company. lc-59 Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 112Z Beauty Parlors FIRST 100 LADIES, for hair shaping, 40c by Mr. White. Milady Beauty S^iop. 2Gc-84 NORMA JEAN TALLEY, formerly owner of Paramount Beauty Shop, is now connected with BettyJane Beauty Shoppe, 115 N. Cuyler, and asks all her friends and customers to call on her at her new location. Gc-63 If Miss Hazel Reed will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free.ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. Room and Board BOARD AND ROOM—First class. On pavement. 121 N. Warren. Phone 798-J. 3p-59 If Mrs. J. E. Bausch will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged Seed ZEB'S FEED STORE 1932 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1933 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford V-8- ForOor .... 1935 Ford V-8 DeLuxc Coupe . 1933 Ford V-8 Fordor .... 1931 Ford Coupe 1930 Ford Fordor 1930 Chevrolet 4 door sedan .. 1932 Ford B Model Coupe . 135 5 250 285 $ 525 5 485 S 375 185 Tom Rose (Ford) RENT—New 2-room furnlsh- ed apartment, private bath. Gti- agc. No children. Reasonable. 130 Virginia street, (to left of bridge on N. Cuyler). lp-59 FOR~RENT—Apartment for reii t, with .private entrance. Bills paid. 610 N. Frost. 1C-59 Used Cars 1936 Plymouth Sedan , $200 Discount 1935 Fora Sedan 495 1935 Ford Coupe, 15,000 mi. new tires... 480 1934 Chrysler Coupe 385 1934 Ford Sedan 340 1933 Plymouth Sedan 295 1932 Ford V8 Coupe Brummett's Will pay you cash for your car. Lost LOST—Operator's collection receipt book. Return to Rutherford & Lawrence. 117 N^Frost. lc-59 LO~ST—National~H6rior Society pin, letters CSLS at bottom. Reward for return to NEWS. 3p-61 LOST— Ladies diamond Bulova wrist watch with black band. Liberal reward for return to Behrman's store, corner .Cuyler and Kingsmill Sts. Phone 353 or 794. 6c-60 Loans For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowest Rates Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Mgr. First National Bank Bldtf. Room ? . Phpn« «03 MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal Loini $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil Held and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loan* made In a few minutes. * Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. 3. S. Starkey, Mer, 109& S. Cuyler Phone 450 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERY, 1 Mile Southeast Pampa For Relit "OR RENT—Four room furnished modern apartment, with garage. 13 North Frost. 3p-Gl FOR RENT—Three" room furnished apaitment, with garage. Bills paid. Couple only. Inquire 505 N. Hazel. 2p-60 FOR RENT—Nice cool basement bedroom. Close to town, to one or two men. 522 North Frost. Phone 004. Gc-59 FOR RENT—Front bedroom, Adjoining bath. Close in. 506 North Frost. 3C-GO TOR RENT—Three room modern unfurnished house and garage. Je Owl Drug store. 3C-60 FOR RENT—Front bedroom for rent. 401 E. Foster. 3c-60 The News' Want-Ads bring results. FOR RENT;—Free Maytag washers with 2 and 3 room cabins. Bills paid, and furnished. $3.50 per week and up. Newtown Cabins. 1300 So. Barnes. 26p-33 FOR RENT—-Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. 6p-G3 FOR RENT—Five room modern apartment. Unfurnished, and 2 room modern apartment, furnished. Inquire 515 N. Faulkner. 2p-59 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. Bills paid, 221 E. Foster. 3p-59 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage. Bills paid. Modern .conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. Russell. 4p-59 FOR RENT—Rooms with hot and cdjld water. Also two 2-room unfurnished apartments. 704 West Foster. 6c-59 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N. Russell. Call 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. Gc-59 FOR RENT—South bedroom for men; Close in. Phone 351-J. 402 North Ballard. Gc-59 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 North Russell. Gc-59 CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 N. Frost. Virginia hotel: Gp-GO FOR RENT—Two room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. • Gc-61 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—Nice 5 or 6 room unfurnished hoiise in good Ipcation. Will consider leasing if place is satifactory. Write box 33. Pampa 'Daily News. Or Phone 667. tfc-59 WANTED TO RENT Ti-room furnished house in good location. Must be nice place. Call for Mr. De Weese nt Pampa Daily News. /" Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Competent housekeeper. Phone 9032F3. 3C-61 HELP WANTED—Competent woman to do washing. Call 674 or 395 lc-69 The News' Want-Ads bring results HELP WANTED—Reliable man willing to work. Good pay 'for right man. Apply 108'^ W. Foster. lc-59 BEDMM REIGNS INtOPMAS NEWSARRIVES OldFash'ionedParade Einds at Mansion Of Governor BT iltTGli AVAGNON, Associated Press Staff Writer. TOPEkA' kan., June 12 (XP)—Alf M. Lahdon''picked out a new neck- ,1e, took a fighting stance and gathered up the reins on the republican jarty today with the avowed determination or leading his followers ,o victory in November. "I propose to wage the most aggressive campaign the republican >arty has seen in years," the Kansas governor tolcl newsmen shortly before the Cleveland convention inanifnously named him its presidential nominee. The tumult among Topeka's 05,- lOO—when the phrase "Landon rib'm- nated" rippled across the wires and through the ether—was unparalleled iere since the World war armistice. In the ear-splitting demonstration .hpusands threaded their way thru ,he downtown district and surged across the lawn of the executive mansion. ' There near midnight, in eerie glow of Kleig lights, and old fashioned Political red flares; the governor came to his front porch and bespoke the "good will" of his nelgh- ors. His gray hair slightly rumpled and his face flushed, the governor displayed his emotion in the timber of his voice. He kept his '. gray, double-breasted suit trim but his necktie was crumpled and askew when the -crush of the well-wishers abated. v Waving his hand for quiet, Gov. Landon appeared before the uproarious crowd accompanied by Mrs. Landon and her mother. "Nothing is more worthwhile than the regard of onels neighbors," he told the throng, suddenly become silent. "Nothing tugs more __ strongly at one's heart strings' than 'their good wishes. If, after three years as your governor, I did not enjoy your respect and good will, I should feel that I had failed— "For the sentiments you manifest by your gathering here tonight, Mrs. Landon and I thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We shall always cherish the memory of this happy evening together." Drum and bugle corps from one direction marched into, through and past bands from the other direction. All played the Landon theme song "Oh, Susannah." Sidewalk throngs took up each chorus or contributed their own. Small boys with. firecrackers and men with bombs added to the din Automobile spotlights flushed from curb to curb, then shot into the air to meet "the beam of a searchlight flashed down from an airplane that circled overhead. Landon's voice Betrayed his emotion as he read a telegram of congratulations from Ralph C. Mitchell mayor of Independence, Kas., his home town. He then introduced Mrs. Landon but her voice failed her. The governor cut a huge cake decorated with a message of congratulations to resemble a telegram and passed out pieces to everyone within reach, motioning i'prward a crowd of eager-eyed messenger boys Miscellaneous HELP WANTED: Experienced, capable woman to do house work. Must be neat. Apply 'at 418 N. West St. Apartment 9. 3p-60 HELP WANTED: Competent housekeeper, to stay nights. Prefer woman in her thirties. Call 402-J. 2c-59 Personal MEN i GET.viuoRi AT ONOEI New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain ra.w oyster irivigators and .other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands, blood .Reg, price $1.00. Introductory price 89c. Call, write City Drug Store. lc-14 CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. 6p-63 Notice To The Public Now, You Can ?.EA/T IN COMFORT! Courthouse Cafe AIR CONDITIONED By Buffalo Engineering Co. A Cool Place to Meet, Eat and Drink! SPENCER individually. designed garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. '-'••' 26p-79 GXILP SERVICE, STATION No. 3 On Borger highway. Oth'el Hawkins, operator. Washing and greas- ings, $1.50. Tire repairing 35c. Phone 1444 for road service. " 26c-66 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone 606 •T MARfiAREt BELL HOUiTON cMptJif 31 OIFFICULT CASE Dirk got Quickly into a dress- ng gowH, and went down. The Rev. Silas Dsvlne stood n the hull. Beside him on the .able lay his overcoat and dark Tray hat. Dirk received nn ifrt- jression of height, of iron'gray lair.'of a strongly hewn face with domihant nose and high cheek- joned. Despite iiis black clothes, the Rev. Devine did not look like a loric. His sun-browned face and Uted head suggested an Indian hlef. But his eyes were blue. Blue inc.'. anxious and, if Dirk was not nlstaUeri, puzzled. "Ml'. Joris?" he asked, as they ihook hand $ "Mirk Joris." My brother is ill n .the-country. It was I who wir- id ybu." 1 How is she?" Devine asked, and vhen Dirk replied that Hope was lot so well tonight, added at once 'I'll go up." Dirk answered that Hope must ?e prepared, arid moved with the caller into the drawing-room, motioning him to a sofa. There he sat -beside him, replying to his >rlef and troubled questions re- .dirig Hope's condition. There was nothing that would 'suggest any lack of touch with Hope up :o the moment of her illness, .lothing except the visitor's puzzled Blanco that moved now and then ibout the room, and came back ;b rest on Dirk. Dirk, replying, searched the caller's face for some trace of resemblance of Hope, finding none. Again Dirk was conscious that his anramount desire was. to protect. fTopc to spare her embarrassment and shock. Enlightment would surely come .in some chance word Crom Mi 1 . Devine—at least before lie would be permitted to go upstairs. Mr. Devine had not. relaxed on the sofa. He sat erect, with head only .slightly inclined listening to Dirk's rather superficial account of Hope illness. His large hands gripped his knees. At last he said: "Of course I don't know your brother." The remark seemed to leave something unspoken 1 , something illuminated by his next question. "Has she seemed happy?" Dirk was careful in his reply, ffe must not betray her to this man, father oV not. "At times," he answered. ."But only at times. Rupert, isn't to blame, however. He's been kind, indulgent. Her unhappiness has been due, in part, at any' rate to some estrangement from her family. Naturally you know the details better than-I, for she has never confined in. nie. I thought it might help her to have .you ,cpme on. That was why i telegraphed you." Mr; Devine bent his bright blue scrutiny on Dirk. "She didn't ask you to wire?" he said. . '•Np. l"did it, as I say, because I thought you might help her. No physician can." The Rev. Devine lifted .one hand from his knee and put it down again. His face, the line of his jaw, 'appeared to have frozen hard. He rose. "I am stopping at the Pennsylvania'," he said. "I shall stay there till there is some change in .her condition." . He walked out into the hall, picked up his hat and coat. He looked a't his watch. "You will keep me advised?" he asked. + "I will not," said Dirk. This man who had flown two thousand miles because he thought Hope had telegraphed .him was not .willing to walk upstairs to her when he found she had not. He was undoubtedly, her father, decided Dirk. A little parent like that around the house might explain any departure of progeny. "I don't know that she will be able to . see you .tonight," Dirk said. "But if she will, and ybu are interested in her. condition, I advise you to go up, for if you go away without ;seeirig her, I shall not get in touch with you again." The Rev, Devine looked away, Something like moisture had sprung into his eyes,, "I am devoted to her." A re- le-ntlessly steadied voice. "She was everything in life to her mothei and me. She knew this. She left us deliberately, taking the path of danger, of rebellion." His eyes came back to Dirk. "I have told her that she must give Up this path, must. cqme back to find Jis. We are waiting." "Waiting'," jDirk repeated thoughtfully. "And Where does the path ' she has taken lead?" A clark fire lit the man's eyes. "To destruction. Destruction of soul and .'body," "And you ,are waiting,". Dirk said. "You are waiting, when she may have reached the end." Deyine looked at him. "Wa'iting," Dirk said, "for her to come bnck, when -she may not be able to." He watched Devlne's face as he might have watched the faces of a jury. "And coming back," he added, 'coming back is pretty hard some- limes. I don't remember a lot ibout the Bible, but I do remein- jer the parable of the Protligal 3on. About the father going oilt ,o meet him . . . when he was a cng way off. A long way off." "Yes. my boy," said Devine. "Bilt he soil was oh the way. He had snid, 'I will arise, and go unto ny father'." "His father had not heard him say it," ,Dirk replied. "His father mist have been watching . . no- ,iclng e.very. speck on the horizon, or he would not have seen him. And when he saw him he knew ilm, and roll to, meet him." ; The Rev. Devine was silent, liav- ,ng apparently ho rebuttal to this plea. He turned away and looked at his watch. Dirk knew that the gesture was purely onn of nerves. "I will go up," he said, and added with some brusqueness, "I ask only that you let her know you ;elegraphed." Dirk agreed to this. "I'm,,not certain you can see her tonight," le explained. "It must be best "or her to have no excitement af- ;er what happened this afternoon. And 6f course you Understand'. . . quietness, gentleness. . . " ncvitie pays a most peculiar call, tomorrow. 1 HIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE "Poors Were Jfl&de For Sissies" By E. C. SEEGAR VJELL.I'U 5W OHB FOR NOU- VOU'ME 60T NER\)E- BUT WON'T V€UP MUCH- vjiu. m. you- THE DOOR VMERE THE HECK f\RE VOU .-SOUOHQJ paigning for support, the kan'sa'n talked publicly only about state business until his cause tfegah "to mushroom -...- -'•• Even then he made only three br four speeches on national subjects, tiy that time many of the leaders wera traveling to To'peko to see iiim.:, . Aside possibly, from Borah, the practical unanimity of the Landon vote evidently lef.t few wouhdsi:Ha'ni- iltonls observation of the amenities and his self-possession under train's circumstances in the pre-convention period brought commendation. ,The expectation of some was that Landon would name him chairman of the republican:.national committee.' (Continued from page 3) rank and file of all America, and that man is Alfred Mossman Landon,", Hamilton shouted. Bedlam broke. The first mention of the governor's name, coming early In the speech, was the signal for the Kansas cowbells to swing into action. State standards were seized and paraded in a 27-minute bouncing, crushing and hilarious procession of delegates from Florida to Alaska. It was the big moment so many had been awaiting for several days. Some wearers of Knox and Borah ombleinq, which had seemed to presage a bitter struggle at the beginning of the week, joined the jubilant kansans as they went round and round the aisles. Hamilton stood there helpless but happy, catching his breath. . When finally 'the demonstration subsided, lie proceeded to sketch the governor's progress from humble origin to political success. Born In Pennsylvania. Landon was born 48 years ago in Pennsylvania. He was still young when his parents went west. After a brief time in banking as a young man, he entered the Independent 'oil business and accumulated enough to live comfortably. ; ,His first; essay into politics was" a precinct organizer for the Bull Moose movement in 1912. Steadily he ! rose in party coiihcils, being aligned a few years back with a liberal faction against the group of which Hamilton was a member. He first attracted national notice when elected governor o'f Kansas despite the Roosevelt landslide in 1932. When he repeated in 1934, and was the only republican governor elected, mid-westeAi elements in the party gradually began talking .him up. . It was not until last fall that an organization for his nomination was projected. While others were cam- Political .< Announcements The Pampa Daily NEWS tl Mlthbrized to announce :thp, following candidacies subject to tfl't action of the Democratic Primary, July 26. For County Jndsvt 0, JS. CARY (Kc-EIccilon) J. At. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE. For Representative 12»tt4 DUUfoir EUGENE WORLET (Re-election) ,./—j For County Clerk i CHARLIE THTJ* (Re-election) For District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Re-election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Re-election) BUCK KOONCE. J. I. DOWNS For .Constable, Precinct C: OTIS UENDRIX YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Precl. • JOHN .HAGGARD (Re-election) A. G. (Pete) POST. For County Commissioner Prect. M THOS. O. KIRBY (Re-election.) EARL JOHNSON For County Attorney i 'B, S. VIA ' JOE GORDON. B, L. PARKER For County. Treasurer: D. R. .HENRY (He-Election) MRS. G. C. WALSTAD For Tax Assessor-Collector: F. E. LEECH (Re-election) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-election) CLIFFORD BRALY For Commissioner Precinct It ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-election) JOHN R. WHITE. For Justice of the Peace : Precinct No. 2, Place No. li CHAS. I. HUGHES J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM WM. T. JESSE For State Senator: 31st Senatorial District CURTIS DOUGLASS For Justice of Peace, Pre. t, PL C| E. F. YOUNG. (Re-election.) _.;, .,,,•: For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County. An Up-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The; Finest It EVERT PROFESSION Accountants J. R. ROBY 418 Combs-Worley, R, »80W, Of. 787 Bakeriei PAMPA BAKERY Fred Sohaffner, 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 Boiler* 3. M. DEERING Boiler in> Welding Works, Pampa, Phone tit — Kellerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractor* J. KING, 414 N, Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP S Doors East of Rex Theater, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Lancaster, Pastor, PhoiM it! City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall National Employment Office, Phone 43G. CITY OF PAMPA , Bd. City Dvpment, City Hall, Ph. 381 City Health Dept. City HI. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs. Office, City HL.'Pli. 1180 City Pump Stn. 700 N. Ward, Ph. t City Wtr. & Tx. Ofe. City HI. P 1181 Fire Station, 803 West Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555. County Offices QRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phono 1052. Constable's Office, Phone 77. County Clerk, Phone 77. Cnty. Fm, Agt., Urn. Demstr. Ph. *44 County Judge, Phone 8^7 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Peace No. 2, Phont 632 "Drift's Office, Phone 245 ifc 'Tfttirp; RwlrPiiw, ?bii>in» S Assessor; PlioHe 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 903 ihcraiia Wbttr, ftwu lift. Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. ... Freight Truck Line —See nL«tor Freight Line* Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-W»rley Bldg., Phone 3M. Laundries' v Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENBS 301-09 East Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shop,!, JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes & Frederick, Bts., Ph. C43. Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 332 West Foster, Phones 666?667 PAMPA PRESS 115 South Ballard, Phone «M Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 . I*. . ,, h School, 183 W. 1 . . Horace Mann, N, Banks. (1 f>h. 931 Juhi«j High, J86.^. FrjSo Ph. 8*1 Lamar, 301.,Cuy|$ur, Phone £$7 Sam Houston, 900 N. Froi ' ~ School Ga'rage, 706 "N. Hoy McMillan, City Hal Supt. Pub. Schls. 123 W. Woodrow Wilson, E, Brown*, Transfer & Stor PAMPA TRANSFER * 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 Welding Suppli., JONES-EVERETT aiACHJKp CO., Bwne* 4 Frederick 81^, Paoa* Hf

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