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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 September 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE ONE-DAY TRIPS ARE MADE BY FOLK OF SKELLYTOWN MR. BARN HART, ! MISS GOODNER ARE TO MARRY STfLE REVUE 11 BE HELD BK CLUB HERE INDOOR BASEBALL IS BECOMING POPULAR IN COMMUNITY SKELLYTOWN. Sept. 2.—Short trips, many of them for only n day. Matured the recent comings and go- lags of skellytown. Tlic coining marriage of Mis.s Thclmn Ooodner and John Burn- hart, both of Pampa, was announc- cd Tuesday evening at an attractive | Japanese party given in the home of Mrs. Guilford Goodlier of White: Deer. 8ept. 12 has been set as the wed-; ding day, the ceremony to be read! „ ~"~TT . A ,r at the home of the bride's parents,: SIIOWIN(i WILL BE A i Mr. and Mis sain Goodner of | LA NORA THEATER White Deer. SOON Mr. Barnhart, son o. Mrs. H. F. 1 Barnhart, is employed at the Phil-1 what Milady should weur this lips Petroleum company, and Miss! rau if Kile would be in fashion will Ooodner is employed at the Central I be shown in an el...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 September 1931

■ ** < PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING PO$T THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 193 J- !« CIWCINNftTl HEPS FLOG WAVERING CUBS III DOUBLEHEADER CUBS' RECRUIT SECONp BASEMAN 6ET8 THREE BINGLES CINCINNATI, Sept. 3. I/P) — The National toakwe cellw pccupanu, gave tine faltering Cubs two lacings today, 7 to * and 8 .to 4. and drop- ped the Chicago putfit closer to fourth place. The cne brMlht SP° in the visitors' play was the hitting M Billy Herman, recruit seOond baseman, who gWi tluree hits First Game CHICAGO— Adair, s — ■ Ungfieh, 3b Cuyler, cf Barton, rf ... D. Taylor, If Grimm, lb Herman, 2b .. Hartnett, c xTeachout J. Taylor, c Root, p -• xxBlair . .. Iny, p .... Smith, p xxxWllson . ABRHO 4 112 . 4 ... 4 ... 4 ... 4 .. .4 . 4 0 ... ~ 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 4 1 10 3 2 w. L. Pet. 84 45 .651 76 54 .585 71 62 .534 68 61 .531 S9 70 .457 59 71 .454 55 73 .43Q .3Gii 41 83 Totals . x—Ran 35 4 7 24 15 for Hartnett 'In 7th. xx—Batted for Root In 7th xxx—Batted for Siplth in . CINCINNATI— Douthlt, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 September 1931

THI.I\5I.J/\ \ i ,i > PA Mi*A MO'< NI !V< i I'O.Vf PAGE FIVE Classified Advertising: Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly catn uni^ are accepted over tr iver the phone SWISS the positive that the account _ „ when our collector calls. niONE TOUR WANT AO TO 666 or 667, . Our courteous ad-tawr will receive your Want-Ad,'helping you wot® it. lr All Ada tor "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ae- eepted over telephone.' Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Poat reserves the right to classify all Wont Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold trt/m pub* Ucatlon any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be ?lven In time for correction be- ore second insertion, i la 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 refceivec for such advertising. NEWS-POST lo6al bate card effec- tive MAY 1. Classified Adv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 September 1931

w PAGE 81* pampa morning post thursday morning, september 3, 1931. Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST MuSSSTni r*abHthing c j*BR OP THK ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leued Wire mornlnga except Sunday and Monday by tbe Nunn-Warren company. 333 West Porter. pampa. Twat .General Manager DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS. OUN E. HINKLB PHILIP R. POND Business Manager Manuring Editor .Advertising Manager Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or publication of an news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and alio the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered aa second-class matter October 1, IB30 at the post office at Pampa. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1|7>. JON to the PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Mohth (Newa and Post) (News and Post) ill. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa _ . , , PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination Morning, Evening and Sunday. By Matf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 September 1931

m V; •>>? WflBM n p!Prci •vf w •« %, GOOD MORNING—The Farm Boardtkbeing called a uhuge and eoetly lemon*, and moet people we meet eeem eager to take a squeeze at U, PLAN TO AYfBND GRAY COUNTY EAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 No. Ml. Serving Pampa and Panhandle (Full AP UftMd Wire) FAjicPA, gray cotltrrv, tr*as. rtun*tmorning, September 4, iwi. 1 ■' ■ 1 " 1 ' " I .U "" ■ ♦ ♦♦ ® — MEXICO HALTS ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ,♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦',♦# \ CHILEAN SOVIET RH'UBLIC IS ENTIRE NAVN. SHORE BATTERYMEN IN REFUSAL TO FIRE ON SHIPS COHNT OFFERS NOT TO CUT SALARIES — AIR- MEN LOYAL (By Associated Prow) VALPARAISO, Chile, S40t. 3. (fl") —The entire Chilean navy was in revolt tonight and communist lead- en wen seising the opportunity of- fend by the chaos existing In San- l tiago, Valparaiso and other centers ' to urge eatabllshment of a "Chilean Soviet npublic. Hie last of the naval fortes which had remained loyal up to today Joined the Coquimbo mutiny this afternoon. All able vessels steamed out of the TMcahuano navy yard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 September 1931

' "v *■"' «* * . .. ' "T.. ■' ■• - I ' ' 'WW *■ $!&<«$ m;Si2i UOKN1NC POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1931. AND TO s. m M a> the ft. Uh irt a victory over here today in MatTwOMlat ajbeme^run an* CHWWNI .. .MS 010 009— 1 • I -Oil lt« as*—ii u a iMOTkt and Hyatt; ceffman " Only g — ,v.v KSTWf5* CHICAOO. Sept. I. UPt—Detroit an the IM beat In the bottle of «*** Mapewfth ttw Whit, am this teraaon fey sinking the Ho* • to The K|m «qn by scoring etx tuna in the third inning on only jhroeftta. Drtrott 0M 110 001— a i ~ .101 eft 001-a « a Weil, Oar- Oruke. hatmsul utaov* YtrtmUmf* UaealU Chicago a. Cincinnati a. 8t. Lsuto 4. Pittsburgh C. Other (mm poetpooad. rain. Itu4an Ww oiuh— w. u K*. 91- Unh « «• MW ,1ft* * •* ... — "I n . « « SS ft Tl H IS 4i _ n HostoTat FhttideSff Brooklyn at New Tort. rhtfftfft it Cincinnati. mmUuhmm uiavv yndn <i> . iiniii Cleveland S, St. louto 11. Detroit a. Chicago a. Only games scheduled. tUahati Mi) i Club— W. I* Pet Philadelphia at SI .101...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 September 1931

# rRIOAY MORNING, SEfTEMBFft 4, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAINTINGS AND OTHER WORKS OF ART TO BE INCLUDED the County-wide Interest in Or iff County Free Fair on part of women in the various (.onunuttities indicates that the woMen's department, to be held In the Mitchell building, will ,>• 4 marked success. The women's work is directed by Mrs. A. B. Goldston and Mrs. O. H. Booth. Tl^e lair is the chief topic for discussion at all of the home dem- onstration club meetings, and labels are being prepared for the entries. Bluebonnet club women planned for a large exhibit when it met Thursday afternoon, and similar plans were made by girls and ^-om- en of the Laketon clubs on TTiurE- day. Meetings in Alanreed and McLean are set for today. Pantry Included • Among the most interesting qf the exhibits will be the 4-H pantry, which is to be shown under the di- rection of Mrs. E. A. Shackleton and 3VJ i-s. Leo Paris. In this will be shewn enough canned food tb last a, family of five for three...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 September 1931

INK 'k'jf | K'":'HP. '■■■■ :-'W^-. r:jLx:::zrzH PAMFA MORNING fOtr FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, IM1. J I* • ee ee«*eeee* •• • *ee«•• see : /£_■. & LJr.'tVv iiHU Mw .WJ >v > «.«••••••• seyeeoetodls ••*•« )t««• « f> VV/ \* t'1*«••• eeseeee P'e eaoeeoeeeeee ecepeeee c,e ee ee ee • e e ee )e • e tXt*f • •••• eeedte.eeevoeee teeea TJJ I •••*•••• •«• «•« Ul ■ A $2U ► •••••*••••••••••••♦••f ••••••• ■ II i I ■■ I I II# I ■ M ... ^^I -SBntiment still lives 80, of Chicago, and Norvllle Wil- Niles. 111., were married the other day, after divorced for 34 years. They had been married Md reared five children before they separated, of this couple seems proof that sentiment factor in society, in spite of the seien- moflern philosophy which sometimes inrists iron and ine five year plan are much more parently laat just as long as they did ht set the tempd of the age. *, Williams were int partnership during the their, lives. They prokfcbiy sacrificed now and to buv rose-sprigged cups for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 September 1931

• - ■ • - ■mWmM GOOD MORNING—Every community should look after its own needy, andiibehoovee every contractor to cooperate in making this plan uniformly effective, * •t>t >; r Mmji nu^.i'wMSr"- rut* ukU ^ I Panhandle Oil *n<* PLAN TO ATTPND GRAY COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 1 'IP-. . I >«j Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle Vol. i, No. 222. (Full AP Leased Wire) pampa, gray county, texas* saturday morning, september 8, 1931. CREMATED EAST TEXAS' 1,800 OIL WELLS ARE FLOWING ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ eee ♦♦♦ '♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ • ♦♦♦ ♦ * SOLID SOUTH DEMANDS SPECIAL COTTON SESSION IN THflEE STATES BRING PIUS sterling declares louisianian's not running texas an* for his delay was only, or Long Is not running Tsxas may be able to demand tr eighteen senators favor special ; . session AUSTIN, Sept. 4. (yPh-imnire of demands from the entire south •■creased tonight, insistent that Governor Row Shaw Steeling of Tens take immediate action to bring legislative relief for a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 September 1931

I ' I l ■ PAMPA MORNING POST mi AND THEN—? Brooklyn 0, Now Yortt 8. Boston 1. Philadelphia II. CtUcm«o 3, Cincinnati 13. St. liOUlI 1. PIIMMfgh . tfas world cham- 1 from tha t to 0 It* 1. Fan's honor was a tang •Mr <5 teft (MM tenes. lalkmdd ut thrsa Mto tho * and not a Bostontan mch- ABRHOAI Bortof) K Philadelphia. Brooklyn at New York. Chicago at Cincinnati. amsmcan lcaohi T«M«S Mk Philadelphia 2-g. Boston o-l. New York 4 Washington 5. Detroit 4. Chicago t. Only games scheduled. Club— ew York r T" . Louis Detroit Chicago Boston . V ? • if t . S- • ♦ i • t « • • t '.hut VK" Cleveland at St. Louis. Detroit at Chicago. New York at Washington. Philadelphia at Boston. >r.V TEXAS LEAGUE Yesterday's Bwalls i Antonio 3, Port Worth 4. % Shreveport 6. 1, Dallas 6. Wichita PUIs 10, Oalverton 4. Club- asr.-.- Wrt Worth Bakumont . Dur- Oiwe 1, rW'E GOT A MUCH BETTER PET than the coy next door ots# m m A m TREASURY w. L. Pet .. 92 37 .713 .. n •1 ■80S .. 76 54 .515 .. <2 C4 .482 .. 85 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 September 1931

m ™ i w-u- ■TT yw. . - *' • . v''' '>'.■?>* / ''^'SwHiS.- % SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER R, 193i. I>AMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE ;cv-: - ••>1 EVANGELISTIC RALLY IS TO BE HELD THIS EVENING ML f cur .VARIED PROGRAMS ARE 9 OFFERED TO PAMPA Sunday, the first sabbath day of the fall season, will mark the be- ginning of revived activities in pampa's church life. Vacationists have returned to Pampa in order that their children may attend school, teachers are - back for the school year, and a general quicken- ing of activities is being begun. There will be no day service today at the First Methodist revival but tonight at 8:15 there will be con- ducted an evangelistic rally service. The subject of tonight's service has been announced as "The Black Horse of Sin." This sermon is bused on a true story of a boy and his black horse. Tonight's service and three serv- ices tomorrow will close the revival services that have been conducted for the last two weeks. There have been over a hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 September 1931

I • « • A «W\L PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, ifarnm j. mi. 0 & r^iw «m« pan o«M al s^assssi0* ** ■m vww * ■■*"3 0100ada •••f•*••••••••••••« ••#••• lft«***Mllf« WW ^ ^ • ■■ v ■ ; w tfa A Pi Prom tit# Palestine Daily Herald The Mexla Dally News, speaking of the pernicious fee 7 , y tera, has this pertinent editorial: "If Attorney General James V. AHred stays with the V fight he has started and demands that only the fees allow- ed Umbo bfrjaw be token by constables, j ustices of the peace and county attorneys; he will start a movement which will result in abolition of the disgraceful fee system in Texas. "The young attorney general says that a constable who to $6.50 as hie fee Is violating the lawft end subject to mment. Let's take a look at the way the fees are as- in petty criminal cases, both in Mexia and else- .♦'v iy 4 r' ".'-i V . H sit? "A man is arrested on some petty offense, say fighting. " \ admits his guilt to the officer, and is taken immediate- before the justi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 September 1931

QQOD MORNING—Oklahoma?* chief executive wasn't quite bold enough to put in a bid for the presidency at Chicago—He was merely suggesting that PLAN TO ATTEND OKAY COUNTY FAIR SEPTEMBER 10-12 MORNING POST VOL. 1, No. 223. (Full AP Leased 'Wire) Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER t, issT SOLONS READY TO CUT ♦ ♦♦ Panhandle (4 Page*) ♦ ♦♦ AVIATORS TAKE OFF ON LONG FLIGHT OVER . 01 ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ NO RADIO INSTALLED TO KEEP CONTACT WITH WORLD TO HEM) f§ SEATTLE CARRY GASOLINE FOR FORTY-SEVEN HOURS OF FLYING SAMUSHIRO, Japan. Sept. 8. «P) Don Moyle and C. A. Alien, Cali- fornia pilots, left the beach runway here at 6:30 a. m. today (3:30 p. m. C. S. T. Monday) on a non-stop flight of 4,MS miles over the stormy North Pacific to Seattle, Wash. TMlr monoplane carried gasoline for 47 hours of flying but no radio to Inform the world of progress in the little traveled am over which they flew. The course lay along the land of Kbkkaid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 September 1931

n Wi-\( ^ ; ><f <3 PAMPA MORN INC POST TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER g, 1 31. % SlriViiiii%w '■■ . i ■ ■ ;i" '•' * *—■ > .1.1—.—— - ~~ 1 EllMHMTES KATE DM M il A RMSWOftTH CLASSIC ■second CAPTUEESJ ItrophyI trophy from elim- mt, flnUh Mauretjr for tf MA •r1* immt cnUdrm if then into the Wtfar. All wm put of ■in IIkJM S-RM ■It •r the the way •ar*r to defMt 4 to Sunday ■taw lot four tnwf wrocn win on tilt lotting the Bor in Um sixth. JJ&SS on. Proa thou wiii) «ru out neither M3B Mtm «f gratrnd to the CthUl made two of the Otters' bits. ICcKtnleyi mlmni tn Mmu tot the gome get away nnsmcsni Kfi eras nan it me 0U7B ^ K. Y, «Bt* 7 <*>— of atobkflm Wtte follows iotb am oloo« Jott bo- to*y lo Mm * couple of nootey wrancbes Into the well rag• (dated machinery of the notMoal tournament at Foreet Hills. Berkeiey Ben. the 130-pou— from Dallas. Mas, and ' BlTaa Orant Jr . the tintom gamester from Atlanta, who weigh* perhaps 190 pounds wringing wot. were the pair who lifted th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 September 1931

St 1 i, TliESbAV^MORNiNG, SEFTEMB& 8, |§31. WOMEN'S FAi R PAM.PA' MORNING fbit MUST BE IN ON - j* m * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ¥ First Teachers Meeting Of Year Well Attended Here Monday Morning DEMONSTRATION CLUB ARTICLES DUE TUESDAY Articles for entry in the wom- en's division of the Gray County free fair are to be taken to the Mitchell building Wednesday be- tween 9 o'clock in the mornfnt and ,4 o'clock In the afternoon, ac- oordinf to announcement of Mrs. A. B. Golds ton, chairman of the division. * Entries of county home demon- stration club women and 4-H girls should be taken to Miss Myrtle Miller's office at the court house not later than Tuesday. On Tues- day afternoon the home demonstra- tion club council will check the ar- rteles for the fall. The following persons will be at the Mitchell building Wednesday to receive the articles: Mire. V. E. Patheree, pictures; Mrs. H. C. Wil- son, china painting, textiles, and old ladies' work; Mrs. Clifford braly, app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 September 1931

~ ** •' >♦<* * V# .A •% ik (k '• v 000*0 Mi ry *#m ijti«j j«i«*mm| Ul «•••••««« ••*•••• tJI eeeoeeaeceeoeeoe* I™ PROBLEMS (OF LAfOS president of the American Federation to th# nation's laborers ursed that Jf. There are fly# mJHion wen out of In^pssslbiHty of more becoiplng jobless this erk$an labour was not bothered The main troubles i proper sanitation, food lights, and factory Workers. A shorter working wage scale have been in force for pdevlces have been installed In shops accidents. Employers are required on their employes. Most of these, I, have been attained through the efforts of Labor and affiliated bodies. winter, expected to be deliiged te larger eftifeii In the nation are for the unemployed. How the funds imong the needy; Will probably differ IK* "" If carried out p*ould do more to liftifeployiiiottt pioblenl than anything else. ns, men like to work for the money >m many'that are too proud to accept denied that If fhremttlkmmen were put to rpnld pick up steadily....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

GOOD MORNING—While other cities abandon fairs for the year, Gray county initiate s one-proof that this section deserves praise and a "white spot" J- THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST J. Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PLAN TO ATTEND GRAY COUNTY FREE FAIR SEPT. 10, 11, 12. VOL. 1, No. 224. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. TEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS BELIEVE FLIERS HEARING LAND I I I i CAPONE WINS FIGHT TO CHANGE PLEA TO NOT GUILTY STERLING'S MESSAGE READ T*0 SPECIAL COTTON SESSION it ■ j J I !< ? i6hc/'<ytxjpcmr "Work hard," May the business experts in advising us as to how to end the depression. But at what, ask the jobless men anil women, shall we work? Hen or the Egg, First? Six millions of men out of work hold the balance ol power in the de- , pression. But they are powerless to wield that Influence. They must be put to work so the nation's buying powe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

CAjOC two PAMPA MOKNIM, POST WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. COUPLE WELL KNOWN IN NORTH PLAINS IS MARRIED ■ meit.oer of i* • Hi i;.iU of Colutno^*1 lcds° at Hebron The ishfimfc -* attend :d "V j J many friend* ud relative* of the ' bride, who if leader in *oaal af- fairs of the «/raaninitjr. Tlu c niy attendants U 'v marriage were M ;t Teresa Lro nc7yk. Uu Vitie f r^'t. and her cuusin. Benin* Ur-j tarcajit, best nuu The bride worr a wuiU aatin 1 KOvn and appropriate accessories, i A wreath of ora.^e bioMomt. held ■the vetL She ca.riea a bou-.uet of • pink row bud.' The bride -., utete' ANDiwoie a pink crepe frock wnl- ac- i ceMkories to taaUii- She ui-ied a bouquet of pink tarnations i Immediately after the ceremony, ■ i the couple drove to the home of the In an elaborate ceremony in fee-' b. ide s father, severs! miles north- SJSS Sy* trer- vrhency* and Mr. ,,„n jqo guesu A banquet held in ■mara Obiw *cre married yester- j the brile's honor wa£ «i ca by her morning at I o'clo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREi CLOSING Our Entire Stock of Seasonable Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Ready-to - Wear at prices that will move them in a hurry. 1000 people were notified of this event! WE MUST VACATE ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 1931 To the first 100 adults who enter our store Thursday morning, the first day of this Sale, we will sell . Heavy Turkish Towels Cc 18x36 tJeach (Not over 5 to each Customer) SELLING BEGINS THURSDAY SEPT. 10, '31 at 9 o'clock sharp! —and will last until we've sold everything— To the Bare Walls/ FRIDAY, SEPT. 11th Beginning at 2 n. m. HOPE DOMESTIC ec While this lot lasts 1 ^yrl. — (Not over 5 yds. to each Customer) SATURDAY, SEPT. 12th ALL DAY SPECIAL Part Wool, 66 x 80 Extra Heavy ■ p Single Blankets / «7ea. (Not over 2 to each Customer) If you haven't read our 4 page circular with the almost unbelievable bargains, please stop at our store and we will be glad to give you one, so that you, too, can take advantage...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 September 1931

M \ I' 1 PAMPA MORNING POST ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1931. LEVEUND HANDS WHITE SECOND DOIDLE DEFEAT limit Club— W. St. Louis 88 VaCrHTCAP JS STARTED I New York 81 wr trmi fjve runs IN FIRST INNING Pittsburgh . 66 .. ... . Th, ! Boston 60 '' iron"their • - 60 r fcy hand- . , Chicago White Box a second 1 pasting in two days. 8 to 7, and t game: AO©— NATIONAL LEAGVE YuMrlir'i Resatts Philadelphia 3-1, New York 1-4. Cincinnati 0. Pittsburgh 3. Boston 9, Brooklyn 10. Only games scheduled. Pet. .647 .591 .526 Ml .485 .438 .438 .362 L. 48 56 65 en 70 77 77 Cincinnati ..... 50 88 Where They Play Today Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. Only game scheduled. SERIES E GET EVEN BREAK FOB GAMES DURING SEASON AB R H O A E 4 2 1 12 0 0 4 2 2 2 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 I 0 4) 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 3 0 5 1 2 2 7 0 4 0 0 « 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Washington 1. Philadelphia 10. St. Louis 3. Detroit 2. Chicago 7-3. Clevel...

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