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HOPE STAH, HOPE. ARKANSAS Thursday, September 23,1937 liatoPlay 1 Prescott Friday \~ > . Cttrty Wolves Will Be Hosts to Panthers at Prescot ..MAGNOLIA, 'Ark.—(Special)—The Nfeifmlia high school Panthers started tiftt Season off Friday IS. with a 6-0 victory over Sarepta, La. The team will Itfftffest for its second victory with CMicott high school Friday night at ffcMcott. '. Tfce team has nine letter men back ttiHK last year. They are as follows: ttraHlten, Captain Morden, Burns; fttiekg. Hudson, Bradley, Sanders, and Jbttfe. ; First year men who have showed up Hern don-Cornelius Burial Association Office at HOPE FURNITURE COMPANY Hope, Ark For Safe Protection CM for agent—Phone 5, 56!, 227 well are W. Dunn, Klrkpatrick, Dingier and Grace. The average weight of the Panther's line is 155 pounds and the backfield 143. The team Is lead by Captain Kohn Morden, 178 pound end, who is a three year letter man. Dawson Sanders, 150 pound and James Herbert Jones, 145 pounds who are both two year letter men showed Friday night that they could play a bang-up game in the backfield. Sanders, who was out with an injury most of last year has shown plenty of drive as a ball carrier. Jones, blocking back, is a fine tackier and blocker. He has also proven his ability as a punter and passer. The Panthers can be expected to have a fast driving backfield and a strong, hardworking line. The team will be accompanied to Frescott, Friday night, by a thirty piece band and a large number of the student body of the high school. Three Stages In Evolution of Man First: A girl gets a man to eat out of her hand. Second: She wraps him around her little finger. Third: She has him under her thumb. FREE! WITH QUAKER OATS TRADEMARKS This Marvelous High-Flying ;i MONOPLANE ^GLIDER .' It wffl Mil far and high, > fcfp-ttiB-loop, bank, glide, and - UU for every boy and girt NMr Mjr» and girls can get th« MONOPLANE GLIDER .' JOM cut out the trademarks (the 1 'picture of the Quaker Man) from v 2 lute packages or from 4 >m«ll * packages of Quaker Oiu. Bring : ritem to the office of this piper r rad get your Monoplane Glider. If yon prefer, trademarks mar be : nulled direct to The Quaker Oats , : Company, Box' L., Chicaco, 111. , • BLEVINS, ARK. Cash and Carry H.L, Nelson & Co. Chester Stephens. J&*; :'v BODCAW, ARK. .tes*ne Grocery ... Downs Grocery CILUMBUS, ARK. End Grocery D. W. Hamilton .i. *. Slpes C. if. Wilson - - ••. .'!*V-..'"".'"' 'DE ANN, ABK. 6. lY Samuel & Son. • This unusual offer is made to get every child to try Quaker Oats, (he same delicious cereal that Dr. Dafoe gives to the Dionne Quins every day. Because of its abundance . of protective Vitamin B, Quaker Oats does everyone, young and old, • world of good. Grocers tre all featuring Quaker Oats today. EMMET, ARK. Emmet Mercantile Co. Miss Clara Beaty Grocery City Grocery ' Coles Grocery Economy Cash Grocery 'Wards Grocery FALCON, ARK. H. D. Cox E. W. Russell Gro-ccry FULTON, ARK. W. E. Cox K. G. Dudney Robert's Grocery White & Company || AH QC nUDDd 48 lb $1.95 10 lb 55c 24 lb $1.00 PILLSBURY'S MO SHEEN CAKE FLOUR CARROTS .Bunch ...„. 5c Turnips & Tops 2 Large Bunches 15c GREEN BEANS Pound lOc YAMS, lb. 3c BANANAS, lb 5c BUTTER BEANS—lb. GRAPEFRUIT 2 for 15c CABBAGE Pound — .. GRAPES, lb. lOc ORANGES, Dbz 39c PEANUT BUTTER 25c SODA WATER Quart Bottle Each lOc FLOUR 48 "B.::' S1.39 2 LARE BARS P&G SOAP 1 BOX OXYDOL—All For 15c Sunshine Biscuit Co. Small Box lOc Large Box 18c OYSTERS FRESH AA ft SELECTS, Pint 03U Fancy K. C. BEEF ROAST or STEAK CHUCK Pound SAUSAGE MIXED, lb. 15c PURE PORK Found BOLOGNA Sliced, lb 15c Whole Piece, lb 13c BACON TALLKORN, lb 32c BUFFALO, lb 35c STEW MEAT Pound 12V2C Handbook Is Ready for School Debate 'Unicameral Legislatures' Subject for High School Debates FAYETTEV1LLE, Ark.-A handbook for 1937-38 debaters in Arkansas high school contests is ready for distribution by the General Extension Service of the University of Arkansas. Subject of the debates this year is "Unicameral Legislatures." Material and 'references have been compiled in a bulletin of more than 200 pages. The handbook is published co-operatively by extension divisions and departments of speech of 24 universities and colleges. It is edited by Bower Aly of the University of Missouri. In connection with the program this year a demonstration debate on the chosen subject will be broad-cast over a nation wide hook-up in November. Arkansas high schooF debaters will hold their annual competition for first place honors at the University High School Meet in April. HOPE, ARK. Acker, Mrs. B. C. A & P Store Barton's Cash Store Brookwood Grocery Cassldy's Gro. & Market Paul Cobb A. W. Cobb W. A. Cox J. A. Davis Douglas Grocery Dudley's Flour, Feed & Grocery Franks Grocery Godbold's Grocery W. Holmstcad Grocery Hobb's Grocery Harris Grocery & Market Lew's Grocery "M" System A. D. Middlcbrooks Grocery Harry Phillips Putman's Grocery Piggly Wiggly B. L. Patterson Grocery Roberts Grocery & Market Robison Grocery Stcphcnson Grocery Lon Sanders Grocery W. P. Singleton Grocery Tourist Grocery Wade Wairen Grocery West Side Grocery White & Company Cecil Wyatt Grocery LEWISV1LLE, ARK. Coleman Bros. Lester Mercantile Co. Smith's Grocery Smithy's Grocery McCASKILL, ARK. MJ-S. J. D. Eley Chester MsCaskiU Rodgcrs & Sons J. W. Scvedge & Co. McNAB, ARK. K. Spates X-l (NashvillcJ OKAY, ARK. Okay Mercantile Co. OZAN, ARK. John H. Barrow J. S. Crane's Cash Store A. P. Dclony Farmer's Supply Jack's Cafe Wilbur Jones H. C. Murphy Service Station Robins Service Station PATMOS, ARK. C. P. Jones Store Bert Keith Store L. D. Rider Store T. M. Ward Store X-2 (Prescott) ROSSTON, ARK. Edward's Grocery Jarvis Grocery Mackncy Grocery A. J. Ward Grocery SARATOGA, ARK. C. A. Cannon F. H. Holland G. E. Stan ton STAMPS, ARK. F. A. Baker Grocery Cabcs Grocery Chandler's Feed Store City Grocery Cox's Grocery Green's Grocery "M" System Petrey's Feed Store WASHINGTON, ARK. Bailey's Cash Store Duggcr's Cash Store A. P. Dclony r'razier's Cash Store VV. C. Griffhi Grocery Stroud & Company Standard Filling Station WATERLOO, ARK. D. Best Grocery Odessa Echols Grocery U P. Weaver Grocery WILLISVILLE, ARK. T. 0. Malcr Grocery Carl MUIIII Grocery C. L. Warmack Stores X-l—NASHVILLE, ARK. Anthony & Son Lbr. Co. J. W. Bagley Grocery Burton's Grocery Oildy's Grocery Gordlett & Hainia Grocery iiolloday's Grocery Hcok's Service Station T. A. Hutchinson & Bro. A. N. Johnson C'asli Store Grogcr Grocery Leo's Grocery Mi Claniiahuii & McGraw Gro. Mitchell Grocery Nashville Grocery Stucart Cash Grocery Tollutt Grocery & Market Woolen Grocery X-2—PRESCOTT, ARK. Callicott's Market Cheney's i^torc Gto. Christopher Dewoody Gro. & Service Station J. A. Eagle Gus Garrett & Sons imon Gcu Rhodes & White Service Station "M" System, No. 1 "M" System, No. 2 Ozuu Mercantile Fifc'gly Wiggly Ritffs Service Station Riddling Service Station Scott's Market S'tueart Grocery 1. M. Stripling & Sons White's Produce House Travelers Beaten by Atlanta, 6 to 2 Crackers Take Opening of Seven-Game Series Play-Off LITTLE HOCK-m—Emil "Dutch" Leonard veteran knuckle ball artist, handcuffed the Little Rock Travelers with seven well scattered hits Wednesday night while his Atlanta Cracker teammates pounded out 12 for a 6-2 victory in the first game of the Southern Association Shaughnesay playoff finals before 5106 cash customers. Leonard contributed . two blows to the Atlanta assault but the big bat was wielded by Alex Hooks who drove in three runs with as innny hits, including two doubles. Marshall Mauldin also got three bingles, two of them doubles. Jinx Poindcxter started for the Travelers but was no puzzle and was relieved by Dickman in the sixth after being touched for 11 hits and six runs. Mklkiff later succeeded Dickman. Little Rock played a slow game in the field, making two errors and letting infield taps for four base hits. Atlanta's defense was airtight. The Crackers took a one-run lead in the opening frame on doubles by Mauldin and Hooks and added another in the second when Chatham tripled to center and scored when Griffiths juggled the relay in from the outfield. The Travelers got one run back in the third on Nonenkamp's three-bagger to right and a passed ball by Catcher Richards and tied it up in the fourth on singles by Tauby and Graham. Atlanta went ahead to stay in the fifth when Leonard, Luby and Rose singled and Niemiec made an error that gave the visitors two runs. The Crackers added two more in the sixth on two singles, a walk and Hooks' two-bagger with the bases full. Mailho turned in the fielding gem of the tussle, making a running catch near the right field bleachers of Tompson's long fly. Sharp or Humphries will pitch for Little Rock in Thursday night's second game of the series. Durham will be the Atlanta hurlcr. ' Atlanta 110 022 000—6 12 1 Little Rock 001 100 000—2 7 2 Leonard and Richards; Poindexter, Dickman, Midkiff and Thompson. "tending NATIONAL LEAGUE Club New York Chicago 85 St. Louis 78 Pittsburgh 16 Boston 72 Brooklyn 61 Philadelphia 57 Cincinnati .-. 56 W. L. Pet. 86 54 .614 58 .594 66 .542 67 71 83 86 .531 .503 .424 1399 .394 Wednesday's Results New York 6, Chicago 0. Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2. Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 2. St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 2. Games Thursday New York at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburgh. • Philauelphia at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGUE Club New York W. 96 Detroit 85 Chicago 79 Cleveland 75 Boston 73 Washington 68 Philadelphia 48 L. Pet. 45 .681 58 63 66 66 64 92 St. Louis 42 101 .594 .556 .532 .525 .515 .343 .294 Wednesday's Results ' New York 4-11, St. Louis 1-0. Detroit 6, Boston 4. Chicago 9, Philadelphia 3. Washington 6, Cleveland 4. Games Thursday St. Louis at New York. Detroit at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. Giants' 2 l /2 Game Lead Is Restored Young Cliff Melton Shuts] Out Cubs, 6 to 0, Before 41,875 Spectators CHICAGO—m-Young Cliff Melton, the junior southpaw member of the New York Giants' pitching staff, fashioned a handsome six hit, 6 to : 0, shutout Wednesday over the Cubs_ to all but smother Chicago National League pennant hopes. Before the biggest crowd of the Cubs' home, season 41,875 spectators who jammed every corner of Wrigley Field, the lanky assistant to Carl Hubbell in the Giant lefthander department, checked in with a superb performance—a job which regained everything New York lost Tuesday in losing the first game of the critical series. It restored the Giants 2VS game margin over the desperate, and Wednesday almost utterly futile Cubs, and assured Col. William Terry's defending champions of finishing the all Important series still in possession of the league leadership. The final game of the set will be played Thursday with Hal Schumacher, big Giant right hander on the mound. While Melton was moving smoothly to his 18th victory of the campaign, against nine defeats, the Giants raked three Cub hurlers Tex Carlton, Clay Bryant and Rookie Southpaw Bob Logan, for 13 hits, all singles except a double apiece by Joe Moore and Dick Bartell, Johnny McCarthy led the Giants attack with four singles, three of which played parts in New York scoring innings. Onion salt is milder than fresh onions. It is excellent for use in gravies, salad dressings and sauces. Yankees All But Clinch Pennant New York Club Needs Only One More Victory in American Race NEW YORK-W—By sweeping their doubleheader with the St. Louis Browns Wednesday behind fine pitch- Ing performances by Monte Pearson and Kemp Wicker, the Yankees virtually clinched their second successive American League pennant. Even if the second-place Detroit Tigers should win all of their remaining eleven games while the Yanks were losing all twelve of theirs, the best the Tigers could get would bo n tie. In that even the final standings would be: Club W. L. Pet Yankees 96 58 .623 Tigers 96 58 .623 One defeat for Detroit or one more victory for the New Yorkers will insure the pennant for the 1936 world champions. Pearson Wednesday held the last- place Browns to seven hits for a 4-1 victory in the opening game, while Wickers, winning his sixth decision of the year, shut them out a similar number as the Yanks pounded out fifteen safeties for an 11-0 triumph in the night-cap. The champions were held to three hits by Jack Knott and Julia Bonetti in the first encounter, but all of them were for extra bases and one was a homer by Tony Lazzeri, his thirteenth, with a man on base in the sixth. A. T. Bratton Loses (Continued from Page One) ty. Violations of the laws, rules and regulations governing the operation of liquor stores in Arkansas were set out at the reason for the cancellation. First: That the said A. T. Bratton through his employes and especially his wife violated the law, rules and regulations in the operation of the said liquor store and by virtue thereof the permittee and- or his wife were convicted in the Nevada Circuit Court and fined on July 1, 1937, $50 and ten (10) days in jail and costs. Second: That the permittee permitted through his agents and em- ployes the sale of liquor in violation of Act 108 and the rules and regulations of the Commissioner of Revenues made and provided for the operation ann contsol of the retail liquor store. Third: That the permittee violated the law in securing testimony relative to the porchasc of liqoor for his Texarkana sore from a Camden wholesale dealer which iondut was in violation O f the law of the State of Arkansas, and which occurred with the above of the unlawful sale of liquor within the past two years. : Fourth: That the permittee kept liquor for sale at his home or hotel in Prescott, Arkansas, in violation of the laws of the State of Arkansas. Fifth: That the said permittee aided FOOD STORES A&P BREAD 7c 7c 12c 16 ounce WHITE 16 ounce WHEAT SALT RISING $55,000 Retail Value Worth of Prizes In 12 Weekly Contests Contest No. 2 Now Going On Ask your A&P Manager for DETAILS LOOK WHAT VALUES IN PRODUCE THIS WEEK JONOTHAN APPLES New Carload—Dozen 12c Fancy Red POTATOES 10!': 19c Golden Yellow BANANA S—Pound. 5c California ORANGE S—Dozen 33c TOKAY GRAPES Best Quality—Pound 5c Hard Head L E T T U C E—Head 6c Thompson Seedless GRAPE S—Pound 5c Yellow ONIONS 3 Lb, IOC STOCK YOUR PANTRY WITH THESE VALUES NUTLEY O L EO Lb. 15c IONA PEAS No. 2 Can 9c Blackeyed PEAS 2 «£ lie 1 Peerless FLOUR 48 Lb. $1.39 Sack IONA CUT BEANS 3 N ^ 25c IONA CORN No. 2 Can 9c Packer Label PEAS 3 :•:,; 25c LIBBY'S 20 oz. TOMATO JUICE Can lOc DRIED APPLES New Crop—Pound 14c Post Toasties or Kellogg's CORN FLAKES—Large Box lOc MRS. TUCKER Pound Carton 4 SHORTENING 45c 181:::::, 89c Sunnyfield CORN FLAKES Large Box PRUNES Medium Size, Lb. Great Northern BEANS Lb. 6c Red Warrior MEAL 24 Lb. Sack 63c —QUALITY MEATS AT SANITARY MARKET— K. C. BABY BEEF LOIN or ROUND Lb. u» » *_r a_J a—< * STEAK Lb. BRISKET ROAST 13c Lb. DRY SALT JOWLS 19c Sunnyfie*ld Sliced BACON 37c Lb. BOLOGNA By The Stick Lb. WISCONSIN CHEESE Lb 24c and abetted his agents, servants, nnd employes and members of his family in selling and unlawfully possessing liquor in the city of Prescott, which conduct was in violation of the rules of the Commissioner of Revenues. Commissioner Ford said that Bratton would have 30 days to dispose of his stock of liquor now on hand. The last day for selling the stock, either wholesale or retail, will be at noon on October 20, Italy May Send (Continued from Page One) British would back such a stand would provide the first big test of the new Anglo-French "alliance." Mussolini was believed hoping to persuade Hitler to approve increased troop shipments to Spain at the mcv mentous melting of the two distators SEE US f For Rcflnlshhig j[ Bed Rooms Suits ami Ice Boxes Ji O. K. Body Shop £ 1015 S. Elm (Old Ugh. Shop}*? M. M. MORGAN V '.«AV.V.VW.V.V.%V.V.SV, • Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp. the coming week-end. But the British and French saw a ray of hope in Hitler's lack of enthusiasm for furthct Italo-Germnn emrollment in Spain and in his reported strong desire for an un* tlcrstanding with Britain aimed at iso* lating France, Hitler was felt likely to frown on more Italian reinforcements for Franco, which Mussolini is said to be planning to draft in the guise of replacements for troops already In Spain. British officials said that Increased Italian intervention in Spain will af- rest Anglo-Italian friendship. The French were thoroughly warmed up, French Foreign Minister Yvon Dolbos was said to have stated the Paris Vievr to the Italian representative at Geneva; 1 Bova Scoppa. Tlie Spanish iasurgent attempt to commandeer a Spanish government submarine at Brest and the* reported arrest of the French opinion. WE PAY 5% Jeffers«n Standard LIFE INSURANCE CO. Pink W. Taylor First National Bank Building Hope, Arkansas -* —»—•—»—•—»—*—*—»—•—«— Expert Repair Work _ =Phone 383 208 So. Elm= BANANAS Kroger Quality Dozen 15c GRAPES TOKAY Pound ... 5c APPLES JONATHAN Dozen lOc 6 Pounds 19c POTATOES No. 1 RED 10 W 1?C CABBAGE 2'/ 2 c Pound Yellow ONIONS—4 Ibs. 10c LETTUCE Head 7c CELERY Stalk lOc CAULIFLOWER 15c Head Fresh PRUNES—10 for 5c TOMATOES Lb. NICE CORN 3 Ears DC UNUSUAL VALUES—SHOP EARLY CRACKERS E3 2 Box OATS COUNTRY CLUB Extra Large Box 17c SHORTENING HUMKO 8 Pound OAa% Carton 09C 24 FLOUR Country Club Pound Sack 95c SIFTED PEAS Lincoln Brand 3 Cans 25C GREEN BEANS Standard Brand 3 No. 2 AC. Cans ZDC ANGEL FOOD CAKES 13 Egg Recipe—Ea. 39c PORK& C. C. BEANS-TallCan 10c Standard Tomatoes—2 cans 15c COFFEE Country Club TALL 4A A CAN 1UC Mac. or Spagh. 3 Packages Old Gold, 2 pkgs. 35c Union Leader 2 cans 15c O O O O O OOP IN OUR MARKET QQQQOQOG LAMB LEGS, lb 22'/ 2 c SHOULDERS, lb 17'/ 2 c CHOPS, lb 25c PATTIES, Each 4c SWIFT'S No. 1 HAMS Half or Whole, lb. 22'c New Sauer KRAUT, lb. 5c PICKLED PIGS FEET, Each 5c TASTY—DELICIOUS—SOMETHING NEW P1GGLY CURLED SAUSAGE Lb. 29c LARD BULK COMPOUND With 50c Meat Purchase -Lb. lOc Tender Chuck STEAK, lb. 15c Pot or Kettle ROAST—lb. 15c DRY SALT MEAT Pound rISH Booth's Tasty Loins—lb. 29c CAT FISH—lb 29c WHITING, Skin on, lb. lOc Fres-Shore OYSTERS, Pint...... 29c OCEAN PERCH, lb. 19c l .** S J

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