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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 July 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE PAMPA VISITORS ARE FAVORED WITH BRIDGE PARTIES ♦ * # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * y ^ * * * * <«L LAWN PARTY IS SET FOR NEXT FRIDAY ENIERTMNED WEDNESDAY SAN ANTONIO GUEST IS COMPLIMENTED ON MONDAY $ Social events of Monday and Tuesday were featured with parties honoring Pain pa ft lsiturst Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stein, 400 N. Starkweather, honored Mrs. N. CoHtn and won of Sun Antonio with a two eourse supper Monday evening. On Tuesday evening, Mm. Alex Luzetkin honored Mrs. Bright Roddy of Tulsa when she was hostestt to members of the Temple Sisterhood. Oames of bridge followed the supper, with favors going to Samuel dayman for high score, D. A. Flnklestein for second high, and I. A. Freeman for third high. The following were present: Messrs. and Me&dames August Gor- don, I. A. Freeman, Frank Sood- halter, D. A. Flnklestein, Joseph R. Lazarus. Alex Lubetkin, Milton dayman, Murray Freundlicii, Sam Fenberg, Miss Florl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 July 1931

wJsVMV. . . .S'lVWWW o PAGE FOU1 PAMPA MORNING POST. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 22. 1931 j ill H-'1 If k L it I 'I JACK SHARKEY WILL BATTLE MICKEY WALKER TONIGHT RITE F - BOSTON SAILOR WILL ' HAVE SO POUND ADVANTAGE By EDWAXD J. NEIL NEW YORK, July 31. OPV-Eight yews of gloved warfare, success, failure and dlaappoolntments, con- tomorrow night for Jack jty in the same ring in Ebbets where tie Jumped into fame over night in 1826. - And K ky any chance the belli- cose eallorman Iran Boston should fail to wbtp Mickey Walker, the overstuffed middleweight Who u- pdrea to toe a giant killer, he will he right back where he was before Me MUftMMd Harry Will* the old Wafc menace, that October night itttlK Brooklyn National league ball ■ark fln near* aoo. The fight experts, after peering at the two warriors in training for atweral weeks, can see little reason Utiy Walker should win the 15- roNnd duel lor the benefit of the M«w York milk fund. Marker will have about 30 pounds advantage over the ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 July 1931

WLUNLSUAY MUKNINU, JUI 1 "J I. TAMPA MORNING POST T T PAQI twl - - r* •. *r IMPORTS INCREASE IN LAST WEEK ABOUT 200 THOUSAND NEW YORK, July 21. (/P)—Daily nvriaco (trows crude oil production In the United Stales decreased 97,- fl50 barrels In the week ended July 18. totaling 2.446.800 barrels, the American Petroleum irmtitutes weekly summary Indicates. Daily average production eaMl 'if Cali- fornia decreased 00,850 barrels, to 1.021.Brio barrels. Refineries representing 04.7 per cent, of estimated total capacity, operated at 67,8 per cent of their rapacity, reported daily average runs of crude oil to stills as 2,473,000 barrels. Dally average the previous week for reflnericb representing 04.7 per cent of totai, operated at 66.0 per cent of capacity, was 2,404,000 barrels. Gflsollne stocks at these refineries were 37,377,000 against 38,342,000. •Production of crackcd gasoline by refineries representing 04.0 per cent nf total charging capacity was 3,280,- (lOObarrcls. Production the p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 July 1931

I. Klvy: Ffi 1 r & I P iv i i & i ■# i: MlUX PAMPA MORNING POST ' WEDNESDAY MOftNINC, JULY 22, 1MI (| Morning Edition ut the Pampa Unity Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST "MM QP rum ASSOCIATED PRB8B~Pull UW4 Wire Mritafced^marnlngs imp( Sunday and Monday by tin Nunu-Wi RBSng ooropenr. Wlrnl Poeter, Pampa.teaaa fiiroit.BWP OUN E HINICLI •••••••*••••••••• liaiiiwr .TlBftor M Aasoelai all BMW i Batered at Ftmpe, Teaaa Praia la aseJi '-arras . entitled to the ui to or not otherwise credited alio'the local news published herein. *11 rights for re rfspeclsl dispatches herein aUo are reserved. as second-class matter October 1, IUO at the port office « under the Act of March 3. lift. •fg^FjSF By CarrMr la Paawa ION to (he PAMPA MORNINOPQBT In OomMnatlon k DAILY NIW8. Movninc, Evening and Sunday. (Neva and Post) '"FUSt SSSi 'i EMM.1 Outside el (Iru and Adjslalag CeiMii and Poet, Including with M JO 4j00 MS One Tear fitews and Poet, including Sunday) 1M fig Months (News and Poet. Including ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

> • MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. 1, No. 191. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAHPA Fastest Growing City in Teuii Psnhsndle Oil and Wheat Center. v> (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1931. (AP) Features and Comics PRICE FIVE CENT* MORE PROFIT WITH PRICES 3 • TWO FEDERAL AGENTS SHOT TO DEATH IN GUN BATTLE CONFERENCE DECIDES ON ECONOMIC PLAN TO SAVE GERMANY EXTEND CREDIT hi 3> • NINETY-DAY REPRIEVE IS PROVIDED FOR AT PARLEY IS REM DIPLOMACY ALL COUNTRIES HAVE PART IN PLAN TO SAVE GERMANY i t Bv FRANK II. LONG LONDON. July 22. (/Pi—The com- mittee of finance ministers of the seven power conference announced tonlghti it had decided on a plan for economic and financial aid to Ger- many and that the plan would be presented tomorrow to what, it was believed here, may be the final plenary fiction of the conference. The plan, it was understood, would include measures intended 1o give Germany...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

MitRO FaMPa morning post THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1*31. Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE TrtDtairt lt| Applied N 0 t P t#nt 0*e« .; U nttm Hgmiy ft. llaeeuilne ..name feo- tltUMo ire by Solution af Saturday'* Punic □ann □□□ rarana □□nci QfflQ 3QQU gib □□□a CUB nunum 3dBa F!riULiQ mae aLaa HnaanjriHi HEiaci EJU0E3 i- . Draft a a: . ^fountain In Crete . Had on pomniloaiM Outer covering CuMom Donate I'edal (Helta Woolen fifliilc •\I ot dlah DOWN Children'* game 2 Flrat digit 1 Cloee tlfhtly 4 I .on* narrow piece 3R.c,tyi RUeep Prevaricator l-lfht brawn . Army.«fncer in ubaerve 11. l^aira 13 weary 13. l*ey away IS. l.ooae earih M. Br birth a5. Itottae from aleep tc. Co by auto- mobile It. Tteht-flttlng kn ee breecbea to. Flrat garden Si. Polled apart 11. Myeeif 31 Acknowledge openly II. Beeume 41. Unaccom- panied 4J, ICo aquara rodi *7. fivru w ■ Oreelt legend Jl. F#ra greatly U. Tier 63. Long! narrow opening 15. Clever 16. Curloua thing 61. Bring Into Una 6V. Han la medicine <4....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

^ I f THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE PORCH MEETING ****** ****** * Palace Life Weighs * * * on IS HELD * * * * * * * * Mussolini's BY CENTRAL BAPTIST * * * V * * ****** * * * * * * • Wife—Heart With Former WMS * * * * * Friends SERVED AFTER STUDYPERIOD MRS. HUNG ATE IS IN CHARGE OF TRAVEL PROGRAM LITTLE GIRL AND GRANDMOTHER .* * * * !'.! >!< * COMPLIMENTED AT SAME PARTY The/porch of Mrs. S. L. Ander- son was the plan* of meeting for the Central Baptist Woman's Missionary society Wednesday af- ternoon at 3 o'clock. The porch, j much cooler than indoors, was a pleasant spot for study, business, j kind a social hour. , « With Mrs. Ray Hungate In charge, I Four hundred seventy-eight visits the meeting, which featured j were made by Methodist W. M. s. "Around the Gulf of Mexico with I members during June, according to the OOEpei," proceeded as follows: j the service report made by Mrs. O Song, "At Our Best." Prayer, Mrs. E. V. Davis. the organization...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

. VA V \ ' £ \i teGI POUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1931. m. p- ft <jTv •,! /?( p I m M | 1 I ! I | i s r ■■■' ■■>: M 11 it _ LEADS EARLY GHT BUT 8HARKEY GAINS LATER PIPLD, BROOKLYN. V.. July U. WV'-Jftck Sharkey, big Boston heavyweight and Uttie MMuy Walker, former middle- weight champion, fought fifteen mmM ttt A' draw here' tonight be- fore a crowd of 30.000. Walter's tefteye brow was badly cut and md face covered with blood at the . ommwJT, with a 20-pound weight advantage, gave way before Walk- rtr- superior aggressiveness • and steady body punching through the E& ^uSSsk rounds ot the Charity battle, but the big heavy- weight rallied strongly toward the do*. He hanunered Walker solid- ly fnp the twelfth to the fifteenth rounds, wording methodically on a gash he opened over Walker's left eye in the fifth round. The cot widened steadily in the Closing rounds and In the fifteenth one Sharp right loosed a steady stream of blood down Walker's face. 1110...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

- • J. TrtbftSDAY MORNING, JULY idiii. PAMPa morning post FACE FIVE MABEL MPELLIOTT THIS CURIOUS WORLD BEOIN HERE TODAY LIANE BARRETT. IS and beautl- Nd, llfH In i cramped New Ydrk lyiriawnt with h(r mother, CASS BARRETT, a rather (adot Mtms. Otte hot night Llane |tct to dinner with MOLLY CRONIN, a nrlfhbor, and two of Molly's men friends. The U e* quarrel a id one Ls shot Llane, fnuttlc, sends for her mother who uprtt and convince* SHANE Mc- DERMID, the youif policeman in charge, that the flrl is Innocent of wronrdplnf. .That night at the the- ater where Cass appears Llane en* counters a handsome slranpr who ipeia&K her name. ■Case receives an offer to play Mmmer stock at a Lonr Inland the. gtbr of which wealthy MRS. CLEES. PAlTiH ls a patron. Llane Is to •irk in the box office, tharlng du- ll** with MURIEL LADD, pretty so- ciety firl. ELSIE M1NTER, Ingenue, introduces Llane to CLIVE CLEES- FAUGH, son of the theater patron. Mane McDermid comes to tell Ll- ifce the man wounded i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 July 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 193!. Q i- ! Moraine Edition of the Camp* Dally Newt THE PAMPA MORNING POST or Tim ASSOCIATED PRESS—Ful .moraines excrpt Rundav and^Mond^by company. 332 West Foster, Fampa, Texas Full Laaaad Wire Uw Nunn-Warren _ R. POND K. HINKLB "TBT tor Tbe Associated Preu Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication «( all news dispatches credited to or not. otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- of special dlspatchea herein also are reserved. __ Entered aa second-class matter October 1, UtM at the peat office at pampa, Ttxas under the Act of March 3. IW. SUBSCRIPTION BATES Bt Carrier la Pimm •AMP A MORNING POST In Combination he P _ 'Morning', Evening and Bun day Om Month (News and Post) Par week. (News and Poet) By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Co an ties One Year, (Morning and Sunday) (Morning and Sunday) > m«u oalslde af Gray aad Adjoining Cawntkw Tear (News and Post, Including ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

MORNING EDITION of Tii« PAMPA DA1L\ NISWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THE NEW PAMPA Paateat Growing City la Texas; Panhandle Oil Mid Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 192. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1931. 'AP) Features and Comics PRICE FIVE CENTS MURRAY HAS STERLING ALL AGOG 7-POWER LONDON PARLEY ENDS ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ FORAN FAVORS LIMITED PRODUCTION IES GIVES wj- lUltlni of crude oil prim to 39 #or 40 cents ■ barrel wlfen, on the basis of cost of production, they should be one dollar, should lead no one Into dropping the fight for • square deel' from those who con- trol the Industry. * * * Tariff Is Key Were wasteful methods in Cast Texas stopped and a tariff placed on orude oil from other countries, the operators then could quickly control stocks of crude and refined products. And If supply and demand so directly affected the price as many people claim, the ♦l-per-b r- rei drea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

■Ad T 0 F/xMFA MORNiNC POST FRIDAY MORNING,. JULY 24, D ft h |4 1 1; ) ? 1 < P IfS ' If, <•' Eh [.) j * J Croat-word Puzzle ■cotnH Wind Indicator tloa tolutlon ef VctUrday'a Fustic annn (jurar^w man □□□ii finnaH anno □□□□a riaaa □□□□ r*naa smn nanci □□ jari j rjuHnran pan wtaB.imran uaatf 'jcanir-i □□□ □□una aan Tianan Rin HHflOH ;iQt3H uannnaun aan rBH'JGHK HBffltJ QH □nay nrau □□□□ □□an uHPiii naaara □hog aaaaa anna usatd aaooB nana M. Hindu far* ir.enl 49. Tears W. Krr It. Oenealoglral record tL Cap* or bead- land U- Torrid DOWN the ocean I. On :. Bellow *. Shorten 4. Ward off i. Numerous *. Conju nc I Ion T. Pauee $ Rumor t. Nimbi* 10. Llcbt brown , 11. Cltr in Holland 1 . Sea eagle Si. Venture :s. Assert < Severn li. Hastened :C. Tennysonlsa character IT. Upward move- ment St Storenlr woman Jl. Ancient Greek city IS. Do away with 24. Coin JS. Amfrtftn Jiumoriat ST. Steeple 31. Accumulate 40. tn-lnUe Mil la by little 41. Three-part cum position 4S. Dispatched 43. Superl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE COTTON RALLIES LATE NEW ORLEANS, July 23, (*)— Prospects for further showery weather In the belt were responsible for a good rally in cotton following ah easy decline on indifferent tables, unsatisfactory news from the London conference and weakness in stocks. Prices dropped off 12 to 13 points early in the morning and the later raDy carried values up 16 to 1? point,s from the lows to levels 4 points above the previous close. Continued showers caused traders to-apprehend deterioration to the crop and possibly the spibad of weevils. The market continued firm all the afternoon and activc months made new highs 23 to 26 points above the early lows but reacted 9 to 8 points at the end on realizing, closing steady the general market fiwwing net gains for the day of 5 to 6 points. Liverpool cables came in 1 penny point worse than due and private cables stated that there was liquida- tion in the market but some scale down buying. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

k>% ! £ hj r p S !" ■( L I b I ;l i 1 i ft l ' I J ■In r t h Hj I # ; 111 J * !# ' m •'I ; i- ii; i * I*' I [4 * h MOB POUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1931. #> YANKEES WIN 13-INNING BATTLE m she needed lead LOU GEHRIG AND BABIC RUTH COME THRU WITH HOMERS NEW YORK. July J3. <#>—'The Yankees scored their first extra In- ning victory of the season today, defeating Detroit, 7 to 0. in a 13- lnriing struggle. Home runs by Babe Ruth and Lou Oehrlg. num- bers 26 and 30 respectively, gave the Yanks an early , lead.. George Pipgras got credit for the victory. DOTEOIT— * ABUB O ' Johnson rf . . 5 u 0 l Walker cf .... . 0 0 4 Doljack cf 3 0 0 4 Gehringer 2b 6 1 2 G ....0 ....0 . .6 ....6 ....6 . ..5 ....1 . -0 standings NATIONAL WACDE ItesnlU VesUrday Bcston 6. Chicago 3. New York 4, Cincinnati 2, '10 In- nings). Brooklyn li. Pittsburgh 17. Philadelphia at St. Louis, rain KTANOINUK Won Lost Pet*. St. Louis . 57 34 ,U2ti New York 47 3!) .547 Brooklyn . .51 43 .543 C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1 i>3i. PAMPA MORNING F'GST PAGE FIVE NOELETTE FOLK MAKE SHORT AND EXTENDED VISITS PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN ARE TO SEW FOR POOR Hunger and sickness among Arkuntas people caused by drought and low prices of products have brought a response from local Pres- byterian women. The women's au- xiliary will meet next Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. P. C. Ledrick to make bandages and garments. The articles will be used by the Red Cross, which has declared an emergency in Arkansas. At an auxiliary meeting on Wed- NOELETTE, July 23,-Residents I 21 "if cl)?rch; i VrMil«tlA pnmmnnitv pnntinup Mrs. X. D. Hobillt led 8. devotional * r""UHe and Mrs. V. E. F'atheree concluded : m SIGNORA MUSSOLINI PUTS CHILDREN FIRST BARBARA STANSELL SCALDED BY TUB OP HOT WATER IS, to leave on vacation trips far and near, and several week-end trips of interest also have been taken Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hicks had as dinner guests Tuesday Mi', and Mrs. Art Miller or Borger. Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 July 1931

pam an PAMPA MORHHttO POST FRIBAY MOR midk, JU|.Y 24, 1M1. K: r ■ m- M i >* i i t t i i i1 i t t i R? 1 Si1- • WjC 1 it?1 1 ' SSf * V 1 EMy;. M jO li 1 Morning Edition of the Pimp* 0§||f New* HIE PAMPA MORNING POST nMWHQ DNnl ^UlillH com ®v amsx/, company, 923 West Foster, Psmps, f * s WW R. POND ■MINKLB "BUS A* Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to Um use for DuUlMttoa •Ten news dtopatchM credited toftr notc&enrtse cre&tM in Utls fen* and also the local news published h«rein. fjl rights for r - pMbUoatton of special dispatches herein also wlww<. _ AUered as second-class matter October L1M0 at ifcs post office at Pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3. int. SVBSCRfPTlON SATSS By Canter la Paaapa ION to the PAMPA MOBNINO POST In Combination with . PAMPA DAILY HMWB. Morning, Evening and Sunday. Month (News and Post) M Psr week. (Mews and Post) ....... 4* _ Br MaS. rmmpm and Adjelnhig CiasUsi Cue Tear. (Morning and Sunday) fQO Ms Months, (Moniing and Sunday) By Mail ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

MORNING EDITION of Tim PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS [VOL. 1, No. 193. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NSW PAMPA Fastest Growing City te Twist Panhandle Oil and WhMl Center. (Full AP leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1931. (AP) Features and Couica PRICE FIVE CENTS OIL STRIKE FORCES PRICE UPWARD A m if STATE COMMISSION IS STRIPPED OF CURB AUTHORITY sterling"'signs* emergency bill on "red river bridge ICJIRTERLEADS % FOR OPENING « FREEJMDSE HOUSE TACKS ON TWO AMENDMENTS TO STATUTE FIRM ALLOWED TO SUE WILL REQUEST JUDGE TO LIFT THE BAN ON NEW STRUCTURE - • # m l?ii $ I'. HOUSTON, July 34. ernor Rous 'Sterling eigned the tmerpney bill passed by the legis- lature today to remove obstaeles In thi path of opening the Deul- aon-Durant Red river bridge, at a banquet table at San Jacinto Inn at 8:45 tonight. ' The governor was asked for a statement as to whether his signa- ture upon tne bill probably would allow the opening of the bridge tom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

F AO* tWO rAPr-A r.ittT!Nr CAi,UKL>AV MUK?TIT7Ci, JULY 28, T9T1. M • I m 0t?' I ft I i '! ■ f r r fe Daily Cross-word Puszle NbioHBORLY NEIGHBORS hy Oscar Hilt COLONEL G1LFEATHER i h i'airnl • «« Jby Dick Dorgan Y«it«rday't Puzxl* cMriiy r for u aoi H Km of l*nt I! Denoting .. risr It. Muilt-al u«>- BoM II UMMO«UMt(« ll Abov* *nd luppoftfd or t? D vic fer tt MwHrllal plant «tr tm «S I'ntfain SI. Ta v rn it Olrt musical nut* It C-'W "i ma- turity M Tin It in ■ * AOdl'IOn to • nt«r Mrrt bu 'diiiR ti#r M. Ilavtiiit . rat •>( h* rine rft* M £A#*ti DOWN 1 <"hiM ripkin r. Pu m I Ktn-1 "t Urn*. rrinE plant i. Material usrd I t mWrra' uilformn "• l>li*loua *. t«r r. 'trow oM 7 of r.ilv*< I. Irregular « Celrviial \ .ilinr 10 Utaraiv •era pa It tt'ii" 19 Bum of iMJrlMK II. Twltehlnf C. M«xi 04 n Tl. .Icint of g<-th> i 14. g<*U H Toe* I compo- sition* n. Integrity 9** 3L Blwrfl 34. Egtrtio* cam 31. Ff*h of tho lift rmg family 37. Alio Pe\<>ui*d 40 KU>W1HMI«&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE I Classified Advertising Rates Information Ait Want Ada ti« strictly cash •nd are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account is to be paid when our collector calls. NONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you woro n. All Ads for "Situation Want- ad," "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- otpted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, oasn with order. The News-Post reaema the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be flven in time for correction be* ore second insertion. In ease of any error or an omission in advertising at any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount recelvea for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL BATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAT 1. Classified Advertis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

b. & - i 9 pampa morning. post saturday morning, julv 28, 1^31. MIS C>M)S TAKE DOWLE RILL FROM PHILLIES CREW TIONAL LC 'efierdMT'n R< iplila tJ-3, St, ncinnati 9 taburgh 8. iffo 3. league: , Result* Loulfc |t)-7. lnnati 5. LPHIA FAILS LY'KNOLGII IGkTCAP July M. m-pouWe Inch, Charley Oelbert In the ftxtl *7 wTv rrtsch, Martin In the fixth in- t. with vtetotf theOanlinats after they; had the Phillies 1Q to 0 In the s pf a doubleheader. Hen as -.4 • ® If -.--.4 « • rt --.4 0 1 lb „... .—4 o a c 3 o I 3b -..i...3 0 0 tJEUiott p - 2 N4 Phitadi , Mew YOj* 3i C1 Brooklyn T, Pitt Bottton 1, Chic#*1 STANDINGS ' Won Lost PclK lew York jt # —81 44 irgh ^ 4b M«ia • -3;4 g OuwlunAU Ti."-* ■ "**,'?* * TOMfn Schedule Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New oVrk at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE YMefiifH R«4u11N Detroit's. New York flf. Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 2 (called 6th, rain). Chicago 3, Boston 1. Only games scheduled. STANDINGS W&i Last Pctg Tota...

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