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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

MORNING KD1TJON of The PAMPA DAIL1 NBWS VOL. 1, No. 205. J PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA > Pastest Growing City in Tuna; Panhandle Oil nnd Whanft Center. J (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1931. (Full AP Leaned Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS ■, i' '1 iii $1 RANGERS GO INTO EAST TEXAS HONDURAN FLIER RESCUED FROM WAVE-LASHED PLANE iy ' At •' ■ % i-tfV :# FALLS III St* OFF VIRGINIA BATTLING FLAMES IN NATIONAL FOREST SHIP PICKS UP FLIER AFTER HOURS OF FLOATING I LINDBERGHS AT NOME KRACH DESTINATION AFTER LONG HALT FOR WEATHER ',0 T v<(. . < ;t NORFOLK, Va., Aug. II. W >— Capt. Llsandro Garay was rescued frotnj the wave-lashed wreckage of his airplane off North Carolina today nearly 30 hours after he (ell into the Atlantic attempting a non-stop flight from New York to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. His jaw was fractured, his body bruised and cut and he was near exhaustion when the steamer Biboco radi...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

*AG* TWO I'AMPA MOKMNl. I'OM wednesday morning, august 12, 1931. | ■ r a f k I <£, I f I I •;* 6 0 Daily Crow-word Puzzle SEi ng iniule- Solution of Saturday'* ^uzzlo ia cit ■■rioibiei «IpIeInI □RHGniaati saas UGDHH □□□□□□□ it of Iht |A 4t i2ia 000 uawaa marinri jaasaaa anmaQ una ana . t* hi Thins IT. AsraTI wit* missiles It. Heavy coat It. JUrk of o«U- 4L Clwr'n Penn- sylvania. 41. Imitator 4% Commotion i?U,,"vor il. «PM* .iiajriy SO. Enemy (1, Ancient Hor.isn Olfll'lul l?.. Sober i(. Air.ii« . tn a MM..If of dunger SO. la la" (1. JJacrilfyiiiJ e'.f s 83. River iluck 64. J I®CI9 out Cj. Firm *i«ii ot the y <illac (0. Sen Ciiylu <17 DIrect.en 6*. sfter CD. Inqutree OOWN 1 At J wl 3. Not cl«at4 •V Vagabond 4. /.f*ed 5. Ar'icle of fur- Bl'or* I. Mnhkmmedan nab'cs 7. J'Oi-tr. h. OM cirth irMIWei V Ocean 1*. Decora I • 11. Step of 4 ladder 12. An Rutllib queen 11. Metal 19. Composition I or two 21. 1*1 It aland 24. ticnui ot geese 2D. Alalia 20. Leather fa#- tener 27. Figure of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU 2 3 FRED MARBERRY STOPS WHITE SOX FOR SHUT OUT VICTORY .. IN CLOSE TILT K A H 15 R IF REPLACED ON MOUND AFTER WILD THROW CHICAGO. Aug. 11. l/J*i — Fred Marberry stopped the White Sox with three singles today and Wash- ington won the opening game of the series, 3 to 0. Red Fabcr started far Chicago and was nicked for two runs in the fourth. Iiis own wild throw to the plate after fielding Cronln's bunt, letting In the first one. Mcora fin- tolled for Chicago. WASHINGTON AB R H o A Mycr. 2b - 3 0 0 2 1 Ricc. I'f 4 1 1 0 1 Mailush, if 4 1 2 1 0 Cronin. ss 3 I 0 2 5 West, cf -. 4 0 2 3 0 Bluege, 3b . 4 0 1 5 2 Kuhel. lb .. 4 0 0 8 1 Slrtnccr. c . 3 0 1 5 0 yarberry. p 4 0 1 1 2 Totals 33 3 8 27 12 CHICAGO AB R H O A Blue, lb . 3 0 0 8 1 Sullivan. 3b . 4 0 1 3 2 Reynolds, rf 4 0 0 o 0 Fonseea, If .. 4 0 0 3 0 Watwood, cf 3 0 1 0 0 Kerr. 2h 3 0 1 3 3 Cisscll. ss 2 0 0 3 1 zFctherglll . 0 n 0 0 0 Tate, c -. 0 0 0 1 0 Grube, c ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

*Vv\ !' ! f i I 1 ?1 m i 2 1 1 'I it if I i PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1931. • GIVEN CIRCLE BUSINESS AND SOCIAL HOURS ALSO HELD ON MONDAY Gathering In the homes of various members Monday afternoon, circles of the First Methodist Woman's Missionary society heard programs from Royal Service. A song, "What a Friend We Have In Jesus," opened the meeting of the Belle Bennett circle In the home of Mrs. Chris Baer. M*s. Sherman White presided. Following a prayer by Mrs. Joe Smith, a business session was held and the following report was given as services rendered by members since the last meeting: Twenty- eight visits, six trays, six bouquets, 15 garments, and 92 for charity. Talks included "The New Day as Seen from the Washington Confer- ence," Mrs. C. P. Calllson; "Home Missions and the Modern World," Mrs. Joe Smith; "Changing World for Indians," Mrs. Joe Shelton. A trio, "Dearer Than AU Is Jes- us," was sung by Mrs. Phillip Wolfe, Mm. C. C. Dodd, and Mrs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

# WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE LAWN FETE, CONCERT, LODGE EVENT HOLD INTEREST *¥¥«** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** ****** Numerous Short Trips Are Taken Recently By Residents Of Noelette FORTY ATTEND MEETINGS OF E buckler lawn scene of (jala gathering; of residents Three large events hifd out- standing' interest in Pampa. so- ciety last night, namely: the Pampa civic lawn fete, the spir- itual an# jubilee concert at the Method!.'t church, und the R<- bekah lodge's school of instruc- tion. A large crowd of Pampa music lovers gathered on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Buckler at. 8:30 o'clock to uttend the lawn fete, naiil by some to be the outstanding musi- cal event of the summer. Tile function was sponsored liy the music week committee and featured many of the outstanding musicians, platform readers, and aesthetic dancers of Pampa. Punch and cukes were servrd throughout the eve nine. COl.OIUJl SINGERS ARK POPULAR The 25 trained spir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, l 3t. I f. ft k $ I I P If tof. 11 I I I '■Sfl ' I Morning Edition of the Ptmpt Dillf N«wi THE PAMPA MORNING POST — OPTH* ASSOCIATED WUS88—Full LefeMd Wire mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 323 West Foster, Pang*, Teiaa General Manager Business Manager . HINKLE • Managing Edl U>r R. POND Advertising Manager _ Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication ID new* dispatches credited to ornol otherwise, credited in this " alio the local news published herein. All rights lor re* of special dispatches herein also are reserved. THIS CURIOUS WORLD DAVID M WARREN (BOB) BRASHEARS. E. HINKLE (Entered an second-class matter October 1. IMP at Uw post office at Pan pa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. KUBKCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pa*pa JBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination With : PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening •*>«! Sunday. ne Month (News and Post) «■ we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

WEDNESDAY AU'"J PAMPA MORNING FOoT Classified Advertising Hates Information K All Want Ads are strictly cash ind are accepted over the phone 1th the positive understanding jat the account la to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore. ti. All Ads (or "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found"' are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. I out-of-T'Jwn advertising, cas:> kwlth order. f The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Aas under appropriate headings imrt i,o revise or withhold from pub- Uoatlon any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction be- fore second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature Tho News-Host shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST m>cai, rate cari effec- tive MAY I. Classified Advertising Is a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 August 1931

% V PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 1931. * D hi J, If i i! I $ <f£ ■ ,1, I ! IB J |l IS Hi COLUMN- UHITELST*TES IMPORTS OF OIL SHOW LARGE DECREASE DURING WEEK WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. (/Tl- Daily average ciude oil production In the United States Increased 54,- 900 barrels in the week ended Aug. 8, totaling 2,555,550 barrels, the American Petroleum Institutes weekly cummuy indicates. Daily average production east of Cali- fornia increased 54,100 barrels to 2,030350 barrels. Refiners representing 95 per cent of estimated total capactiy, operat- ed at 66.7 per cent of their capacity reported daily average runs of crude oil to &tllls at 2,439,600 barrels. Daily average the previous week for re- fineries representing 95 per cent of total, operated C5.1 per cent of capacity, was 2,381.300 barrels. Gaso- line stocks at these refineries were 35,881,000 barrels agalast 36,742,000. Production of cracked gasoline by refineries representing 95.2 per cent of total...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

MORNING EDITION of Ttw PAMPA DAI LI NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle V the new pampa Fastest Growing City in Ti Panhandle Oil aud Wbeat Center. VOL. 1, No. 206. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CEim 3 STERLING SIGNS NEW BILL. TO CURB EAST TEXAS FLOW IE ASSAILED [WESTBROOK ASKS FOR INQUIRY INTO WORK OF OFFICERS CHANGE MISFEASANCE '% CLAIMS THOUSANDS OF ;J DOLLARS ARE USED UNLAWFULLY "4 AUSTIN, Aug. 12. iA'i—Rcprcsent- 'ntive Lawrence Westbrook. former ,(£ Texas representative of the Ameri- ■ J,can cotton cooperative association, r today made charges nn the floor of ^ the house in which he alleged of- ficers of the Texas cotton coopera- tive association were guilty of .mis- feasance and malfeasance and of misuse of the organization's funds. A part of the responsibility for 'Mithe condition of the affairs of the j Texas organiation was attributed by Westbrook to Carl W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

1 AGS TWO -A. pampa morning post THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. i £ i $ Wl I Daily Cross-word Puzzle | 4 infill | h. MMkiac " V *•' Solution of Yostorday'a Pvu'o k rut- I. Otoe ... <r or DOWN winr: comb. 1. 1reat«tr form an.Mist 41 LlfM brows J At any time _ . of jttatloo 41 Knack 41 Perform LB. Old word for toad II Upper limb 61 T«p cards 11 Let It stand to. Cereal eras* f. City Kaneas 1 Bwib I. Aiccnds 10. !sho t o: |la«i 11. Killed 14. Player at chil- dren's games 11 The: French 21. Uenulne 24. Aquatic H h- eatlnc main, nial 14. Barked 27. Automobile 34. Unity 3D. Segment of • circle 30. Worthless leaving 31. Finish 3'J. Distress slfaal Si. Of the highest 38. By 40. obssrve 42. Oil of rose pels Is 44. Serpents 41. Discolored place I. Km " 44. Italian rltfr 4. Ifole a mis- 47. Draft animal take <*. Surface I. Antlent jiror- W). Cosy home Ir.oe o! Palestine «. Three-toed sloth fj. Procure M. Dance step S7. Public carrier I sbbr. 4 irf L |7 9 /o // ■ll B •J ■ 1^1.. H r /e ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

fHURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST FAGKltllKB V <« M M M Jl 'W 'I*? DETROIT CLUB DEFEATS ATHLETICS IN CLOSE BATTLE GET LE TUB run in twelfth wins st. Louis .. fok tigers after New York scorejs tied jSSR,-;; DETROIT, Aug. 12. i/IV-Mark! j^bu,-"h" KoeulB. in the role of a l>incll,i Philadelphia ter, got a double ell George Earn- Cincinnati shaw in the 12th Inning to drive1 in the winning lun and give the j Detroit Tigers a 7 to (i victory over | the Philadelphia Athletics. Eurnshaw allowed 13 hits while the Athletics were getting 14 off | Herring, Bridges an:l Uhle. Herring in three Innings allowed eight hits1 which were good for three runs. PHILADELPHIA AB R H O A E STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Yestercay'n Results Pittsburgh U-0, New York 4-9. Chicago 7-12, Philadelphia 3-1 ifirst game 10 innings). Si, Lauis 3-8, Brooklyn 0-5. Cincinnati at Boston, rain. Standing!. Club— LEADING THE ROOKIES w. L. Pet. 70 411 .030 CO 47 .501 (11 48 .500 58 55 .513 52 53 .495 52 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

PACK POUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. f; s vJ 1 1 i. " i)f E E F, DM BEATS Mm N FIST TURF RICE 8ARATOOA, N. Y., Aug. 12. WP)— A Ug brown colt named Danour, a game, rangy fellow who had gotten Into a habit of running second, slap- ped a stunning defeat on Mate, a among the three-year- olds, aa well as five other highly touted thoroughbreds today. Nine straight times the long leg ged son of Dour and Wilton Flanna flapped down to the wire behind the leader until he landed today in the Sanuiac mile, feature of the day at Saratoga, where Mate, the cheetnut bullet that thrice has con- quered Twenty Grand, victor in the Arlington classic, Preakness, and American Derby, was on display. OKUil CITY STAR IN . ■ GLEN DAWSON TO R BOYISH STUNTS LEAD TO HOP NORMAN. Aug. 12. (Special) Olen Dawson, the powerful Sooner distance runner, has definitely de- cided to run the handicap one-mle race at the Canadian National ex- position at Toronto September 5, he announced today. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE • # I • STUDY OF BIBLE IS BEGUN BY BAPTISTS WEDNESDAY * « MISS MARY BURKS IS TEACHER OF OUTLINE With Miss Mary Burks as in- structor, :v study of Beaucliamp's "Bible Outline" was begun b.v llie Central Baptist Woman's Mission- ary society at a meeting Wednes- day afternoon at the church. A study of the creation was fea- tured ut the Wednesday meeting. Other lessons will be taught every two weeks. Mrs. O. C. Stark, president, pie- sided for a brief business session, and durlnfv the social hour which followed members of the Anna Bag- by Circle served lemonade and cookies. Those present were Miss Mary Burks and Mesdames O. L. BeaU, S. L. McAlister, R. M. Mitchell, V. L. Lunsford, L. L. Brewer, Ray R. Hungate. Frank Hopkins, Walter Kirbie, G. D. Holmes, W. J. Perkins, G. C. Stark. The Lottie Mocn circle will be hostess at the next week's meetine., to be held Wednesday afternoon at :i o'clock. SUPPER SERVED GROUP MONDAY Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

• 44 «r * r PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. I i1"- "t? >•' Morning Edition of the Pampa Oaflr Nna THE PAMPA MORNING POST mm— or TR> ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leased Wire MUsned montiags except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wsron r*KbUahlnc company, 323 West Foster, Pampa, Texas DAVID M. WARREN Ocneral Manager R. S. (BOB) BRASHEARS Business Manager OUN 1 PHILIP E. HINKLE. R. POND.. Managing Editor Advertising Manager Tha Associated Preaa la exclusively entitled to the uw lor publication m ID news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- pobUostlan of special dispatches herein also are reserved. as second-class matter October 1. lttO at tha post office at Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa _ .JOB to che PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. ■ " (Newa and Post) * (Newa and Post) .20 By Mali, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

THURSDAY MORIS. WC., AUG "J; Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly case ind are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is to be paid when our collector calls. raONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad. helping you worn «. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Pound" are cash with order and will not be ac- ovpted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, easn I with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- Uoatlon any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error roust be given In time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWSPOST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified Advertising Is ac- cepted for consecuti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 August 1931

r *i P I fe ■P 1L& .< r J/1' I PACE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1931. Q !gS|: jj-' 'v'i m f I ft ! i i I f I i I It I * I 1 1 Si .. % ? I % ft"; f I J i A i i" A I 1 % i a i i i ACREAGE ASKED FARM BOARD TO HOLD ITS COTTON OFF FALL MARKET WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. OP^-Thc farm board today called on south- em planters to destroy one-third of their crop now under cultivation, promising In return to hold stabiliz- ation surplus stocks from the mar- ket for one year. Telegrams were dispatched to the governors of 14 cotton producing states, urging them to enlist coop- eration of every available agency, including farmers and bankers, in thla step to Increase the price of cotton. They were signed by Chairman Stone, who conferred today with directors of the Cotton stabilization corporation and the American Cot- ton Cooperative association. Stone said of growers promised to plow under every third row of cotton now growing, the cotton cooperative wuld be asked also ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 August 1931

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILY NEWS GOOD MORNING—Stfspenderless Murray isn't worried about his pants, but about raising crude oil prices in the Southwest. PAMPA MORNING POST THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 207. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1931. (8 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS SLAYERS SAVED FROM ANGRY MOB *4 OPTIMISM IS SPREADING AS OIL PRICES ARE RAISED BORDER * TEXANS 'HAVE* LAST' FUNG AT MEXICAN NIGHT LIFE o o f> ILL U Work On Rail HIGHER PRICE Line To Begin K SHE'LL WEI) CITIZENS MAKE FUSS OVER GAMBLING IN MEXICO GAMBLE MONEY AWAY GOVERNMENT MOVES TO PACIFY TOWNS; ONE BRIDGE LEFT OPEN LAREDO. Aug. 13. (/Pi—Pleasure ' seekers crowded across Rio Orandc bridges to Mexican border towns j from the United States tonight,j knowing they would have only one more night of rssy access to favor- j lie haunts for quenching their! thirst. Seymour L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 August 1931

• 1AGE TWO SS N&- I Daily Cross-ward Puzzle * . .K, {. *y\ . A It. *tty mr J. *jc«J color. wno i too rhyth-1 M. The Indian bdr& Solution of Yesterday's Puulo oaraa naa !!□□□ □□□□ □□□ annm JLJQOIIQ □BQDCIH □□□ anoaa san □□ □an as aaaaaaa aciHaa □□ aanHuaa □□ □natiH aaaaaDn aa □□□ □□ HUQ Liarana □□□ □□at iao e manm □□□a hue aaan oaau una aann1 j for * ■ Mi xJBSu^,n SM- 11 "gs,* «: df. Vw: 001104. (2. «E iitaui'i n*ck «i. 1 rulalTdr 1. ■0. Children'* I. Thro# •* ,' Cherry color Knllven Mixed with borax Act wildly Heron Certain 80 be It _ ^ Place* to elt* Noticed DOWN Si.iall quarrel Motion of the eca I. Thoee who i bring Into • line .4 4. Ketlniatlnn i,i 0. Olfactory v organ «. Native metal 7. Kuropean flab *. Placid 1. Obliterate 10. Sol 11. Pertaining to Hebrew ]!. Orcheatral Initrument 13. Animal's feet ID. Dnnlxh money of account M. PISyer at M acroae II. Diacloilng If. Draw to- gether >«. Ilam . 27. Map * . I.arge on can 29. Mead cover* !?: (*: Ni work is. Take dinner &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 August 1931

«> FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST- PAGE THRU JMmtinq ftfc STARTS SATURDAY! ScSiffi BargainsfJLQOfl / Arrow Specials are famous the country over! Now comes a JUBILEE 1 ok' Golden Arrow Specials! An event planned six months ago—and we believe prices are lower than similar merchandise has EVER been sold before. And tomorrow morning the sale begins—in 560 Ward Stores. (Wards oolpe JUBILEE X ■ - ■ Men's Pajamas Jubilee Priced SIf/lecl Like $3 Garments $«.19 Tailored from vat-dyed broadcloths. New elastic waistbands, smart crest em- blems an every suit. Men's Blucher Work Shoes It eg. $2.50 Value! Now $1.89 Built for wear.. .for com- fort! Black grain leather up- per:;, moccasin tors, composi- tion soles, rubber heels. Standard Auto Battery $5*55 And Your Old Battery Genuine Riverside Battery— delivers more power than '! nationally known batteries at twice the price. Guaranteed 12 months. Sale! 9xl2-Ft. Felt Base Rugs Equal to $7.95 Rugs $4.89 Special for the Jubil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 August 1931

I i. ' I ' f ' *1 * I . v • lii 1$; I •;|| ; vj f PACK FOUR —i—■———— in" ■ —— ■ w w* -* ■ ■ ii Homing Edition of the pampa QMr News THE PAMPA MORNING POST # MKUBER OP TRS ASSOCIATED PRE88—Full LMWd Wire Mbllahed morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren **BkUatalng 833 West Foeter, Pampa, Tens DAVID M. WARREN General Manager ~ 8. (BOB) BRASHEAHS Business Manager E. HINKLE Managing Editor P R. POND Advertising Manager The AMoeiated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication Of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- poBllcatlon of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1930 at the post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3. 1OT9. pampa morning post FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1931. • I • SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la Pampa JON to the PAMPA MORNINQ POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Monung, Evening and...

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