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MKUta TODAY *»•* «*»* (MM «!«»** » S«* •** »** *«***•** rt* to* J«**» «* •»«* hto *r«t**< Mn§. Ht* »«««»«( *«** ****** * Mm. Cd*»i« t* 0«t*» *!«£««»***•*'• *** it*** tn ***£*•** n »»****•«"* her> They »»n» . Til*? x*«-* wa* an* ,1, n <*r*>««4 wits 'Jfea offer* i» <ntt# the eon<»«*« ««*«" «••>•»«• * «** 41" »• «««'» A ««•« •»"»* tfcfti •r* Mtu •tab fctty th« -Trt, Mr* Ofttiyl* Mclt«wai> ( i my ttfttt* A*A tfett U gcott 1 tmdWWand there's been a robbery h«r«r tiu MtftMi ••«« «*»•»«. onrt THE 9TOR1 Xbtl five persons In tbe with Its low, modern- In orauga and AH of the lights m were burning. Drawers ^dressing table had been .. 'left open. A dress j&irded, across a chair and a ____ i tossed on the bed, jj^daftyle was the center ot p, ,ghe wore a gold colored £ that caught and held the jwould have looked ftttl except for the anger necklace," Betty told hint. "1 didn't mis* h nntlt this Atoning when I «M dressing. Th« a«Ckltce was In my jewel case where I always keep It—" "Suppose you tell ns Just what happened." the detective Interrupted smoothly. "How did yon happen to notice the necklace was missingt What time waa it then?" "It wat about three-quarters ol an hour ago." Betty said. "Maybe a little leu. My husband and I were going out and 1 waa dressing. 1 was sitting at my dressing table and 1 pulled out the second drawer —that's where I keep the Jewel case. The case was there but something about It made me look at It. It didn't seem to be the way I always keep it Not quite the same position, 1 mean. I took the case out, and opened It— and then I saw tbe necklace was gone." "This was s valuable :necklace?" Mrs. Curtis answered. "It cost $800," she said. "1 gave It to my daughter two years ago." Rolf spoke tor the first time. "That's one of the strange things about It, There.were two expensive ji'ltelryou I've loofeedt" she Jm'ed. "Everywhere. The tsnH h^re and 'someone's I'know H -was in my onfr"*iy insld," Betty told fclitt. wto lied teen Mindlfitt by the door, alternately «lfflin» and wipin« her «ye», turned toward Betty. "I didn't do Hi" th* erind. "Oh. Mia 1 Caflylc. yon know 1 didn't do Itt rifteen years I've beta working la some ot the finest homes In Lancaster and nobody ever accused me ot taking anything before? l swear by all the saints—t" "Never mlDd." McKewan told her gruffly. "Nobody's accuslne you— yet." He looked at Betty again. "U there anyone else who has access to the apartment? Anyone who could get bold of a key?" As be said'the last word Betty Carlyle straightened.. Her dark eyes seamed to grow wider and she looked about the group, then back at the detective. All at once she exclaimed. "Yes, there's someone! Why didn't 1 think? .It happened today—this morning—and no one else was here!" • • • S WINGING around she pointed at Janet, "That girl!" Betty cried. "She was here this morning and she took the necklace! Arrest tier and make her admit It!" "Betty!" Mrs. Curtis' voice was shrill'with dismay. •.' , "1 gaVe her my key!" Betty went on quickly. "1 told her to come here and get a book and bring it to IDEGLAN . bracelets and some other jewelry in the box. Nothing was touched except the necklace." "Can we see the room?" They' returned to the bedroom. McKewan paused for an instant to survey the room, then followed 1 my mdther's house. The book was here~-iri this room—nnd she was a long time getting it. She made some sort of .excuse, 1 remember." Ignoring the policeman. Betty moved : forward until she was directly In front of Janet. You took my necklace!" she Betty to the dressing table. i crted. "And you'll suffer for It. "'Was It like this?." he asked, j I'll see that you go to jail!" "Were all these drawers open?" I The air was electric. Four pairs "No, I did that after I found the ! of eyes turned on the two girls- necklace was gone. I wanted to i Betty, angry and accusing; Janet, see If 1 could possibly have put it i white-faced and staring. For an did you see It last?" Mrs. asked. jtstamped a foot Impatiently. r do yon keep asking the same '"" St" she demanded. "I told seen It for a week. is* in the case where 1 always '\ li |v Haven't been wearing -just my bracelets." I^Uie, bracelets?" "•ff'jBtni, here. That's one "" • things about It. Some- e Into tbe a part- lie 1 was away and taken l«necklace." f^'Owlyla moved toward a '"" 'icA'tae ashes from his - ? _» w .. w . astray. "Ton know |tbld-yon you shouldn't keep all i fttiiS >bere i»n the bouse," he - "- ^-- ^ea.t£ Why. with tVose two bracelets Bother things you wear. ).-mns|'tte^a couple of thousand ' »orth «t jewels In this thaji that," Mrs. Curtis >necklace cost J800— " • • • •"BELL sounded sharply and maid, who bad been ;,. In, tb» background, turned pt Marie's eyes were, red <thonfb,«ne bad been weeping. Tliif* the police. I suppose." " }""We night have open tnurderee beds for all that loot!" Roll M -the tour trailed into (t.livlnf room— Betty followed by /and. Mrs. Curtis and lastly . and a smaller' man /m brown suit stood in the door Tfee man In brown steppec anywhere else. Dut I hadn't. It's not here!" pATHOLMAN SCOTT crossed the room and looked out the windows. There was a sheer drop to the ground six stories below "Whoever took the necklace must have come through the door," he said. "And gone out the same way." 'Might take a look at the other ooms," MqKewan suggested. "See f you find anything." "Now. Mrs. Carlyle," McKewan went on, "you say you've made a borough search but are you sure •ou didn't just misplace the pearls? Wouldn't you have dropped them nto -another • bos or possibly another drawer?" 1 ;dldn'tr Betty denied vigorously! "1 .know^ very well tbat 1 didn't—and you can look for yourself. They've been stolen!" A complete and careful search (ailed to reveal the pearls. McKewan asked further questions. Betty admitted tbat sbe bad not seen the necklace for several days —possibly a week. It waa'kept Inside Its own box in the jewel case. She -hadn't worn the pearls for a long while but she was sure she had looked at them not more than seven or eight days ago. Less than tbat, she thought. Patrolman Scott returned and reported there waa nothing out ot the way . in any, ot the other rooms. .And no mode ot entry to the apartment except from the corridor. McKewan shook his head. "It's not a professional job," be said, "or those bracelets wouldn't be here. Who's been around who knew you bad tbat necklace and could nave taken it? How about servants?" instant the room waa perfectly silent. Then Janet said. "You mean—you think I took your necklace?" "Ot course you did!" "I knew you disliked me." Janet went on, still In lUe same quiet, unemotional tone, "but I didn't know you could do a thing Ilk* this—" Before she could finish the sentence McKewan Interrupted. "Who is this girl?" "She's my secretary," Mrs. Curtis told mm. "Janet Hill. It's true she came here on an errand this morning but I'm sure Betty's mistaken. Janet didn't tnke the necklace." Betty whirled. "So you're still trying to defend her.?" she exclaimed. "You wouldn't believe me before but this time you'll Have proof. 1 know she did take the necklace. ' She was here In this room and she Knew where 1 kept it. Even Marie didn't know that! She'i tbe only one who could have taken It." "But you can't!" Janet ex claimed. Alarm and fright we're written on her fnce now. "You can't really mean you, think that!" "Betty, please—!" It was Mrs. Curtis who cut In. McKewan's glance took In all three women. "1 think," be said, "we'd like to ask Miss Hill a few questions. In private, if you don't mind." A moment later be faced the girl Patrolman Scott sat on tbe uencb before the dressing table and swung SLIDES BMUCHS& Making It Snappy: Not n member of the New York Ginnts was born in New York City. , . Mercer Bensley, famous tennis coach, Is opening a tennis school for girls nt New Orleans, and pledges the students to secrecy as to what they loom. ... A record crowd of 124,170 recently saw the final game of the International soccer scries . . . nrtcl, of all places, at Glasgow. ... An estimate of 150,000 attendance was given for the English Cup final at Wembley in 1923, but an accurate count wos impossible because part of the crowd crashed the gates. Second-Hand Crews MnnhnlUm has taken to the water. . . . Harvard and the New York A, C, contributed second-hand shells . . . nnd an old barge anchored nt Sherman creek on the Harlem serves for a .boathouse. . . . Rutgers also has found an old boat somewhere and U paddling it around with gusto. . . . Podghkeepsie is the only major crew race called off this year. New sels of signals will be general among big league teams this year ._. . whenever a player is tradpd, new signals must be devised ... and there wns plenty of trading last winter. . • • Appointment "Seen Blow to Tammany ^ t . ™^ - ^ ..^.4.^.,-w^^A-^Afiajafcfa^Mrf* OflkGroi Lule Flortt* and d ft y with Ben First blow In the Roosevelt ad-, ministration's fight on Tammany! Hall WAS seen In the appointment ot Harry M. Burning (above), anti-Tammany lawyer- broker, as collector of tbe Port ot Now York, one ot the biggest tfai- ronaKe Dosti In H«w York. "/, was perfectly, on this comer, captain, until I this South Sea Island movie." seen one leg. All tbe others bad gone. "Now then," "said McKewan crisply, -open up! What did you do with those pearls?" (To Be Continued) (rushing Up Sports ByLaufer ELL YOUR CHILDREN j»ad shaking. "Mind you, he said our baby'," declared one visiting lady. 'You'd think that poor little tyke had o go out and earn the family bread jnd butter. I'll bet you he'll trot his poor little legs off from now till kingdom come. "She'll see to that." "I don't approve of it," said Mrs. Miller firmly. "My Johnny will never be made to feel that he's less im- x>rtant than the baby." The days after the two arrivals unfolded the truth of the two situations. .Johnny was surprised all right. He hid behind the sofa when his grandma come downstairs anil told him .'he had a new baby brother and didn't he want to go up now and see it. • Js that hing going to stay'here?" he shouted desperately from the 'depths bf his're- :reat. "I don't want it. I hate babies. [ won't have it around -here." Joy or Resentment? But Bobby beheld the little helpless figure of. his new brother with an emotion too deep and wonderful to express. "Gee. we'll have to itake good care of him, won't we?" he said. "Look at his teeny weeny fingers! Can I hold him? Gee, ;%mt*he cute! Is Mom's heart any better now?" • Just the diference! The attitude of older children to babies at birth often lasts through life. It is better to take them into our confidence as far as their understanding will permit. This brotherly or sisterly love finds a balance in the hero worship of the younger for those few extra years above them. At any rate the prepared child is the happiest. "Nose out of joint' means the whole mental make-up ou of joint. A very serious thing in deed. — " ~~— v^^^ W^P^- • Washington The Epworth League and B. Y. P U. of Gsan and the League and B. Y '', U. of Washington enjoyed a moon ight picnic together Friday night a Ozan. A delightful time was enjoye >y all who attended. Mesdames E. B. Black and Betti Jonner, Mr. Howard Byers and M Alfred Black were shopping in Hop Saturday afternoon. Mr. L. W. .Atkinson and grand daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Sam uella Hale, also Miss Beauchamp Mr. L. A. Conner and family had as aturday guests "'Mrs. S. D. Eason and aughter Martha Jane' of Hops. John Barrow Jr,, and Jonnetto Nelon of Ozan spent Saturday with mogene Robinson. Mrs. Joe Wilson Jr. and two chil- ren of Columbus spent a few days ast week with her parents Mr. and [rs. R. L. Levins. Friends of J. S. Monroe are vory orry to know he is quite sick at his ome here. Mrs. Jackson ot Columbus was in own Saturday. O. A. McKnlght of Bright Star was business visitor to town Monday. It has been announced that there vill be a singing at the Baptist church lere next Sunday cvo Easter Sunday. Dr. J. T. Robinson wns at home for he week-end. Miss Mary Catts Mrs. M. H. Stuart Sdward Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Melson Crazier went to DeQueen Sunday, he nto Lockesburg to attend a Dis- rict B. Y. P. U. meeting. Edward be- ng on : .the program. After an extended visit to her r Mr./and Mrs. .M. W. DID YOU KNOW THAT— Tick On. one of the favorites in the Kentucky Darby last year, is training for the races again. . . . After Tick On't breakdown, Max Hirsch sold him to Col. E. R. Bradley . . . nnd one.of the trailers at Idle Hour fnrm, H. C. Moody, has been getting the big follow into condition by driving him hitched to a sulky ... to strengthen the weak legs. . . . Ching Johnson of the Rangers tells of a recent game in which he played while his mind was a blank. ... He was whacked on the head at the start of the lost period and didn't come to until he was back in the dressing room after the game . . . yet he shot the goal that beat the Americans. Chief Bender was one of the greatest signal-thieves in the game ... he taught Eddie Collins how to swipe 'cm. Chicago Will get the next light . . be- Barney weight championship bout tween Tony Canzoneri Ross . , . about July 3. Odd Notes How's the family? and Hambleton- grandi;.. _ Wilson. 'Miss Jeanefte Prince returned to her home Sunday in DeQueen. Miss Fannie Jane Elmorc spent the week end at Bright Star, visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. A. McKinght. Mrs. W. ,R. Pruitt entertained her daughter with a birthday picnic Saturday afternoon in Elmore's pasture. The Seniors will give a play "Aunt Jernshy On the Wai-path," Friday night, April 14, in the high. school auditorium. Admission 10 nnd 15 cents. Everybody come. ian, great horse of more than a half century ago, was the lineal parent of 19,000 harness horses ... a granite shaft in the Warwick valley, near Chester, N. Y,, marks the old great grandfather's resting place. . . . How would you like to be a member ol the Ynle rugby squad and be forced to go to Bermuda for a series with British Army and Navy club teams? . . . Rassler Ray Steele is one of the few athletes ever to overcome the handicap of a dislocated spinal vertebra. . . . Among the thrils of the winter that we missed was hearing Babe Dikrikson sing "Fit ns a Fiddle." Wireless For Scout Jnmhorcc BUDAPEST.—yP)—A private wireless station will serve the camp of the fourth Boy 'Scouts' World Jamboree here next August. The Hungarian government is also planning to give the camp its own newspaper and own police system. Bells Chapel Bro. John White filled his rcgula: appointment last Sunday night. The singing was well attended Sunday afternoon. There was some fine singing. Singers were here from Sut- Hinton afternoon. Miss Helen Ross of spent Sunday with Miss MUG ABlcen Wilson with Mlssc? Cnthroen Ross. J. Comby of Green Laneier day night with Ernest Boss. Mlfs Hatllo Jocttfion sP e , with Mlssfls Blanche and Ho«. " Miss Boma dnd Mto Audrey called 'on Mrs. Mile Collier *™ay« Mrs. Charlie Williams sonnt Sunday night with Mrs. Walter Lee Aliens • Frank Jones and family spent Sunday With Blbert Jones. Miss Selma Downs of Shilo Spent Sunday with Misses Blanche and Cathrcen Ross. Mrs. Ernest Srriith and chlld/en spent Sunday afternoon With MiK» Pertell and family. Toney Barby of Bhtlo spent SUtt« day with Ernest Ross. » Mi. and Mrs. Joe Oily and Mi* Allie Skiner called on Mr. and W**. Walter Lee Allen Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ernest Ross called on Mrs. Walter Lee Alien Saturday afterttdW. Mrs. Ben Rothwell spent a few<day» wjth Mrs. Luie Flontz, Charlie Sanders and Lester Mullens called on Ernest Ross Sunday, afternoon. Lee England was the dinner guest '.of Miss Blanche Ross Sunday. Mrs. Fanny Simmons visited • Mrs, Alma Nicholas one day last week. Miss Murlene Rogers spent Thurs- Iny night with Miss Marie Barr. Grovcr Ward of Hope called on Miss Vonnlecille Black Sunday afternoon. Preaching services were well at- ended here last Sunday. Bro. Yancey lelivcred the morning message instead jf'Bro. Williams. Dinner was served .1 noon. The Presiding Elder, Bro. lonio, talked in the afternoon, then conference was held. A large crowd ttended. All had a nice time. Miss Elriee Cox visited Mr. and Mrs. ittwson Cox Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Fanny Simmons wns the ;din- icr guest ot Mrs. Delia Smith Sun- lay. Mrs. Sclma Simmons and little laughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simmons Saturday night. Short Weight "I don't know What to do about Jim," said Kitty distractedly. '"BVet since I met him last year he's only given me a bushel of kisses.' "Bushel?' repeated Jean, ""W»*»t "do you mean by that?" "Why, four pecks, of course,' plained Kitty.— Answers. ex- Antioch ton, Prcscott and Blcvins. Bro. Broowfield from Jakojones Few Pupils In Palestine JERUSALEM.—(/P)-Official figures show 211,280 children of school age in Palestine but only 85,000 in classes, preached at the 11 o'clock service with 'some good preaching. Fred Cullins was the dinner guest of Harvey Bolt Sunday. There will be an Easter program at the churph next Sunday night. The radishes are about harvested m 'this community. Miss Florence Morgan spent Satur, day night with Miss Inez Cullins. There will be a young peoples ralley at the church the fifth Sunday of J. W. Furgerson from Prcscott spent tho week end with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mohon. Oscar Browning^of Nashville spent Saturday night with Ernest Coffee. T. L. Cook visited relatives in Broken Bow, Okla., the pasr*week end. Mr; and Mrs. 3"iTn Hill and children visited in Prescott Saturday and Sunday, j . Imon Homrlc of Liberty-visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Homric Sunday. Brady Cook attended quarterly conference at Rocky Hill Saturday and services there Sunday. Hesterly Hickey from Pleasant Ridge was a visitor in our community Sunday. Miss Beatrice Crabb spent the week end with Miss Irene Harden at Piney Grove. Sorry to report Brady Cook and Allen Hickey nre in bed with flu. .Robert Harris is better after several days illness. Lucky All Around Wife (window-shopping with bettei half): Look, Henry, that pearl necklace is the very thing I've been wanting—and the shop's closed and > we're leaving Paris this evening. Isn't tha Says Her Husband Lost 16 Pounds In 4 Weeks I have never found n medicine that peps' you up like Kruschon Salts and jotter still, leaves you 'pepped up.', I ,ake it two or three times n week.-r'lWt ,o reduce but merely to feel good and clean. My husband took it-to reduce, he lost 16 ounds in 4 weeks." Mrs. B. A. Ferris, Washington, D. C. (December 29, 1932. To lose fat and at the same .time gain in physical atractiveness and feel spirited and youthful take one half :caspoonful of Kruschen in o glass of not water before breakfast every morning. A 'jar that lasts 4 weeks coats bul;.,n trifle ut tiny drugstore in the world but be sure nnd gel Kruschon^Salta. -j the SAFE way to reduce wide hips, prominent front and double chln:and again feel the joy of living—money just my luck? Hubby: Er—yes, too!—Humorist, • dear. And mine back jar. if dissatisfied after the first —Adv. Williams & Sutton Service Station Third & Walnut Sinclair Oil Products Exide Batteries Phone 700 ue , Nasnvue 'were Washington visitors the pupils lncludin B _35,MO Jews, 33,000 'this . dnner Saturday, visiting Miss Mary Catts. Moslems and 17,000 Christians. Everyone come and bring full Olive Roberts Barton -, 01933 HEA8EWICE.IMC. • "What are you doing Bobby?" The two ladies stopped and watchec :he six-yearrold boy digging crooked little holes in the rose bed. "Making pansy holes. I've got pansies to plant. They're in the cellar." •How nice! Isn't it early?" 'Oh no! I must have them all planted soon. I want flowers for my little sister, or maybe he'll be a brpth- The two ladies looked at each oth- •. "So you're going to have a little sister or bother!" said Mrs. Brown. "How nice!" "Mommy said she would let me do her planting. Vm helping all I can." "Isn't she well?' "No, you see' the baby presses against her heart and she cant do much but sew. I have to help lots. We all have to do what we can to help our baby." What a Shock! The strollers gasped. This out of the mouth of a mere baby himself was too astonishing! What was his mother thinking about? But then you might know. She was one of those new young people who believed in almost brutal truth about everything. Heaven knows what all she had told this child! They changed the subject and then walked on. They had to stop and tell the news to Mrs. Miller who was also '-'expect ing." Mrs. Miller was on the porch swing. ''Do come up and sit down a v4e," she begged. "{ ought to be knitting but it's time for Johnny to be home and that's the time to pu* *««••««« away- He's so curious about thine- Some of these days he is goini to be surprised. i«n't he?" t-lie toughed A, Different View Thja waa something like, to their notion* ~ m-^ T HE ou The score AT THE BAT ; liriHidlikfor the Mudvillc nine that da> , score siuuu--»-^ur;'--.tp;' ; |ISiyo, Sl «vit.k.l)Mt one inning mote to »luy{ And so, when Cooncy diediit4ir*t, anil Burrowed % -"" A sickly silence fell upon the patrons of tli^'gi|»p But Flynn let drive a single, to the \vpm»er'nt$i# And Blake, the much despised, tore the cover. :ijl And when the dust had lifted, and they saw tyli There was Jimmy safe on second, and 1-lynn a There was ease in Casey's manner as he stepped into 1 There wus pride in Casey's hearing, and a smile on Las And when, responding to the cheers, he lightly doffed I) No stranger in the crowd could doubt 'twas Lasey at tin- Am! now the leather-covered sphere came hurtling lino And Casey stood a-walching it n> Imugl.ty grandeur tl Close bv the sturdy batsman the ball unheeded sped •That aVt my style," said Cnscy. "Strike one," the iiin L m« «*«>d With a smile of Christian chority great Casey's \isage lie stilled the rising tumult; he bade the game go on; He signae to the pitcher, and once more the spheroid But Casey still ignored it, and the umpire said "Strike .asey The lie An And now the air Oh' somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts A d somewliere • en are laughing, and somewhere children S|MH »Sl IhonfT* W> iw »» MudvilFc-mighly Qasey has struck ,out; , , Reduced Fares to Shreveport APRIL 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th ROUND TRIP $2.35 Louisiana celebrates the New April 13th. L6-A RAILWAY CO. Deal beginning Thursday noon, Mr. Ralph Bailey has accepted a position in our shoe department, where he will be glad to meet his friends and acquaintances. He succeeds Mr. Hugh Latimer, who has been transferee! to our Nashville store, where he is now in charge of our shoe department there. The Home of RED GOOSE SHOES / We Give Eagle Trading Sitamps Geo. W, Robison 6- Co, "The Leading Department Store" Wt > *ci Lined tip Solidly'For'Beer JlS^ltKu^U^^a^ jii.-^it. .VA.it>. w*.. V..&-.... .^...^A.M.. j . ...... i,,u..3..fa.*-.M«».«..*I t?+>~*f*>~~, t...,^ ^1. jt.«..,i»t««ji>A.A>ut ^.r. Scihes comparable to this were enacted In many states 6n the eve of legal beer's return from Its 13-ycnr exllo. Tills photo shows a part of tho throne that lined up before the Department of Health ofllces In New York seeking city licenses to sell "throe-polnt-two." Rent It! Buy IM Find It! Sell It! -Wf3i- HOPE STAR VWANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per line minimum 30c These rates for consecutive insertions. 3 insertions, Oc per line minimum 50c 6 insertions, 5c per line minimum 90c 2G insertions, 4c per lint ...,...,,. . .minimum $3.12 (Average 1 ,V/i words to the lino) NOTE;—Vviuu advertisements accepted over thu telephone may be charged with the understanding that tne bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 Sets Farm Relief Drive In Motion SALE OR TRADE Pair of brood marcs. Will deliver mule .colts. this spring., D. B.. Russell. Phono 408. Russell's barn. 12-3p FOR, SALE— 1929 ^Di-Soto 2^door sedan, looks and runs good. License paid. All tires almost now. A splc-ndid little car for business or family use for $235.00. B. R. Hamm Motor Co. FOR SALE-1929 Doilsc Special De- Luxc 4-door sedan, six wire wheels, J ' c good tires, new seat covers, license lid, looks and runs good, see and ive this cur if you want a good car at a low, price $285.00. B. R. Hamm Motor Company. 12.3c We have a standard-make Grand Piano, also a Studio Upright, on which we have collected large sums. Will sell for the small balance due. Easy terms. Address: T. W. Hopkins. Box 703, Little Rock, Ark. "Several good Mammoth Missouri Jack mules. See'or write R. E. Cooper, Washington, Ark. 12-3p ORTR'AlpE-Nice lot of hogs ''fir" good calves' or cotton seed, delivered now or this fall. L. C, Som- mersvllle'. Phohe'' ! 8i5J. 12-ltp Go, fishingl, .See Holiis Luck: for Gold Fish and Shiners at former Mc; Station, Fulton highway, ll.flc Garden seeds, Tomato plants, Insecticides, Rose Dusl, at reasonable prjces. ( Gold fish: -minnows.- Monts Seed Store. ll-23c J everal good used ice refrigerators, 'gain prices and .convenient terms. How Wusic Co, Phono'450 ll.3c podigi-eed Rowden No. 40 :otfon seed. Quality field nnd garden seeds. 1 (Ai'jyiour'E Big Crop .fertilizers, ut lowest, possible prices. McWilliams & jConipariy Send , Siore, Second and Walnut. U-Gc Turn Off tlie Heat with Awnings. Beuutify Your Home Call -' -Viricont Foster. Phone 1GB. 10-3tp. WANTED—Clean cotton rags. We pay 5c per pound. Hope Star. WANTED WANTED: 500 ladies to visit our One Cent Dress Salt-'Thursday. Friday and Saturday. Ladies Specialty Shop. 12-3c NOTICE LAWN MOWERS sharpened. R. L. Taylor. 315 West Sixth street, Hope. Arkansas. , 5-26 (Shown leaving the .White House after his appointment as Governor of the new Farm Credit Administration, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., set machinery In motion to reduce and equalize interest rates on the $12,000,000,000 debt bur, den of American, farmers. RosstonRt. 2 Planting corn ' is the order of the day here. ; Sorry to report C. H. Butler on the sick list. Mrs. Pearl Mitchell returned home Sunday ufter spending several days with Mr. »hd Mrs.' Ivy Mitchell of Rocky Mound. Mir. Lige Martin pnd daughter, Helen. spent Saturday- and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. . M. Fincher' of Henry's Chfepel. ' Mrs. Sim 'Rogers of Texarkana is Visiting Mrs. P. E; Butler. Mr. and Mr?- Carroll Ellis and children spent Saturday night with Clio Mitchell arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reeves spent Saturday night with Wil.1 Jarvis, who is seriously ill. '• Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Butler spent Supday with Mr. and Mrs. Hinton .-Martin. R. A. Butler and family spent Sun day with C. W. Butler arid family. Deep Mining "That's rather odd," remarked the dentist. "You say this tooth has never been filled before, but I find small ilakesjjf gold on my drill." "I think you've come to my back collar stud." moaned the miserable patient— Tit-Bits. JUicmuiT LOOK FOR THE RED TAPE OPENER • v^»fy.>Wy '7*i£|i OUR BOARDING HOUSE m 5*sLy^ 'j^M^m^LL^^^^m OUT OUR WAY PLOCKS AS t^EV WITW P&6.O, <SO CON PI DENCE BEGINNING TO THINK IS PKbEON Ht/WE WALKING AROUND OOPLES KS1EON - • HtO.U.K.PAT.OFF. ^ VEAQS Too SOOM. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Oh, Yeah! Sam's Wise to Her ! SALESMAN SAM ev»eR>(T\t^6. i VTS IN^TALL^eMTPUxM, oU ME<\M IT SHOWS Ho«J . TWeCTSHOOOS HO«J / MUCH t KMOU) - -- KMOCO'1 ftCHMN AMD TUP.T STVSFF SH6. BOUGHT v|ra7/;^i WASH TUBES The Prosecutor Is Going Strong ! TO P«OTEtT V\»SS V^KSHWESS S^Fe6U^ViP PER ROVAL PISCHAR6eP r'TRE^URV NIGHT UND DXY. ' \ PON 1 KNOW/ M'SIEUR. £ TRIMC6 OMUV TO TOU' US TO THE UOOk PRETTY KEEK UP •ZE HG6LS. / I «tk\)E SHOWN, VOUR ' CRIMINM OH i 3S TOO DWP.K AND SPOOKY eesipES, we. WERE MER' Z.6 WV DIO ME PO \T? MIGHT feO* PWS.TIES &WEN BV IE A Hot Bed ! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS . A MACHIKJt GUN/? AMD LOOK AT ALL THE! RlFLE5.TOOf< AND GET THIS THROUGH VOURS ! I HAVE 'WAYS OF GET THIS THROUGH VOUR HEAD I NOT TELLIN ' YA A THING ABOUT EP WAIT/ WE CAN'T GO ANY FARTHER. THIS WAV ! _ HE AND WERE EAVESDROPPING ON THE CAPTAIN OF THE NELLIE M., AMD CAPTAIN) YORK, OF THE MYSTERIOUS SUBMARINE, FRECKLES HEARD A VOICE THAT SOUNDED VERV FAMIUAR LET'S CIRCLE AROUND hfl WAVBE I CA»J <p GET A BETTER Vs LOCX."AT CAPTAIN YORK . LOOK BACK INTO fei-- THAT CAVERN! ' How Thing* Have Changed ! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) YEP. 1 OLt) TO^AM.Y TOOK MOC3E CM HAD A. BUST-UP AND LEFT TOWW,A 01- VEARS CTUEC EWER LNEO

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