Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 29, 1935 · Page 8
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'». I iJWXwW**,—=• R6<WtV6lt iW — - stW IttH K& 3t 4.12 •&!*%,• *V^M.^. rf ) -— i -- 'I%oples. Ike . , Qrville , J. B. J&ail, L. S. Sam H. „ & Milton Wyaft, C. B. ;Wyatt, W. ML - Holly Grove No, 49 120 SO SO 90 30 30 90 30 70 30 IK) » Sam „. , Jesse -. . .. Btfwcten, J, D. ... t - Chuijcliwell, S. E~ 'Csrtsper, John . Bftvis, Mose — Gtayi J. W. .... . ITartsfield. J. S. . . KS^mbtc«, R. T. , Hiekman, Oeo. aahMsoa, Jim .. — vLuiapkins, Lonnie. ,«Mbttisoru Freddie.. tooirten, Leonard . . , Scott, Mike 1.94 S.04 1.31 183 1.31 J Cheathami ITb. 157 CheathAm» Belt ?j& Est, .,. 1.63} Bixon, Hugh lfr t Dudley - - f - Jaifies SO ..„. ,«^»Jden,Elisabeth 10 Ugh/tcffadden, Autry.... l.tS | MeFadden, Dolph.... 1.75 Mtetfadden Willie... 1.7S j Munn. Ddvc 5,HH Staggers, "Anthony- 2.90 Staggers, Ausey 4.4*(Taylor,. & S 4.43 taylor, E. M. 2.14 Walker, Geo 2.14 Walker, Larry ~4.43 White, B; B 50 2.14 White. F. C 20 3,«t White, Lucius ~ 20 2.14 Williamson, L. W,... 60 3^8 Williamson; W. S. 50 • Williamson,,R. B-... 180 Willfamson, .John.... 40 Williamson. G. IS...... 50 -'Princeton Atone Is Undefeated in East Foi-dhaiti KuiBs N. Y. U. Record—Alabama Upset < , . * *» 4 * . i *t k " """'' ames found fcinft,trouncing doifnell, 34 and ColfaW wallopln* BMWH, 3-0 Although Syracxvs* got no better han a scoreless tie With Maryland, the Sast fared well in intersectional tests to 20 100 20 50 50 10 70 90 90 50 1.71 l.tt 1.14 1.33 1.38 2.6t t'Stj favorites,, - >!?l While" by Vandei'bilt By the A&octatcifl Press It's stlU »n open season on football York'teverslty's dream and a Rose 30 100 60 230 70 20 30 20 20 20 MwMt . 60 )W?l2iamson, Genius 20 ^Evening Shade No. 50 457 1.75 2.14 2.14 4.81 3.23 1.75 9.3S 3.67 1.75 1.14 1.75 1.75 1.75 328 1.75 2.26 1JJ 1.94 Ccntervllle No. 67 Campbell Heirs ...... 40 Campbell, P. F. ...:.... 10 Bennett, Roy ............ 30 Bennett, J. L. ........ 40 Austin, W. A. .......... 240 Credit, Floyd .......... 10 Glcghorn. F. L. .-. 140 TAniker, Mrt. E. A. 130 McElroy, .A. X .„ ..... ISO Hodden, C. C ......... 80 Rogers, R. M ......... 130 US'Bowl invitation *aS being blasted by 4.81 i Pordham's Rairi^l before a crowd of 1.75,12,000 In the Yankee'Stadium at Mew York; Thursday/Alabama and Temple ran into Stunnlflg defeats and Pitt's erratic Panthers gained no better than a draw. Alabama's eleven, a steam-rolle ever since its early-season defeat bj Mississippi State, came a cropper n Nashville where Ray Morrison's Van derbilt Commodores clearly earned 14*6 decision and clinched secon place in the. Southeastern Conferenc race. Temple Loses Again At Philadelphia, Pop Warner's Tern pie 'Owls, a leading Eastern powe fell before Bucknell, 7-6, in anothe *.«,& major "'reversal of form. Pitt foun 1.38 Carnegie Tech's .defense too tough t 3.07 4.43 4.43 2.90 '2.90 WS 1,75 3.28 1.&0 6.87 2.52 1.90 152 Evening Shade 50— Sup 90 20 80 40 50 50 20 30 3.83 162 3.53 2.26 157 2.57 1.62 2.04 Anderson, A. A... Brummell, G. W.. Ellis, Lee. - Gold t G. F. Hatley, E. C. Miller, Fred _Turner, G. M. . - Stajmes, Buster " ', Walnut Grove No. 51 Bekd, Harvey- _ TO FloWers, Curley _. 90 .Green, Fred ...--MO Johnson, Pleas, Est 60 Sampson, L. P- . 20 Stuart, Ozee . . 50 Wicker, Ed ... 80 Wr'lnut Grove No. 51—Sup. Blevins, Bob 20 l.<5 Curtis, R. B 20 1-75 Howard, Robt . - 90 Johnson, William Ed 20 3.67 4.81 2.28 1.75 290 4.05 Johnson, Bud - Johjjson, Henry May, Dan .- ... Rckens, Senaca Staggers, General S'uart, Mathew . Suttles, Joda Walker, Odessa _ Walker, Obie . Walker, Elijah Walker, Geo. 30 20 . 20 . 50 20 . 140 . 20 .„ 100 20 180 4.43 1.75 2.14 1.75 1.75 2.14 2.90 1.75 6:3 1.7 4.81 .1.75 7.87 244 2.52 40.16 1.38 6.34 5.96 5.96 4.05 5.96 byYerger27toO rom North Carolina State, 8-0. Wcs gc| 0 ol's Season Attends Virginia played to a 19-19 tie With rt^A •THint^rlW Loyola of New Orleans, ! tteie inUlSCiay in the South, Kentucky ran over "TT1. , , ,u Tennessee, 27-0, in a surprisingly one- Ycrgcr High School Tigers ended the sided "irnv: North Cnronlln stopped football season hevo Thanksgiving Ireinin, 61-0, and Virginia Tech won wilh „ 27-to-O victory over the Black cm Virginia Military 12-6. Wolves of Prescott. The game was Centenary Beaten played at Verger park and attracted In the Middle West; Nebraska had , nc i nr gest crowd to attend a negro to send in a hurry call for the regulars gP me here this season. to nose out Oregon State, 26*20, in the Bonton, Tiger fullback, rushed over , rrienH3 ut «.,,.»„ u «.- .,-„„ ^— closing minutes of play. Xavler two touchdowns in the opening quart- ; low have nine of the 16 votes of the halder up an Intersectionnl victory cr . The second period was scoreless, j pcw erful board of estimate, which for the Midwest by beating Centenary, Anderson, Hope right end, scored in | wlth t he botird of aldermen, forms 12.0 Missouri wound up its first thc tnirt l quarter and Shaw added the thc c it y ' s legislative body. eas'on under the coaching of Don f iria i touchdown in the last quarter. ( lhc d ca th of Deutsch TliUi-sday Faurot and held Kansas to a 0-0 tie. c. -Wright mndc every point after n i g i lt which caused the automatic pro- It was Missouri's third Big Six Con- touc hdown except one. Thc visitors motion O f Vice Chairman Timothy J fprence tie of the season. Oklahoma f oug ht hard-but wore outclassed by Sullivan to the vacancy, gave contro .1.. »„; r\t,i»v>r,rrt!< A.. & M.. .u« t.t^« n 4«im. Stnrrlns for the Tist' •_* »u n Rr>m-d of Estimate to Democrat Al Smith Returns to N.YX Control His Friends Have 9 of the 16 Votes of City Board of Estimate NFAV YORK-OP)—The New York Daily News asserted over the weekend thftt former Governor Alfred E. Smith has become "head man" of New York City's municipal politics ns a result of the death of Bernard S ueutsch, {tldermanlc president. Friends of Smith, the News > Chinese Denounce Japs' Army Move Declare Tokyo Government) Has Inspired Autonomy Movement in North NANKING, China-(/P)-Tho control Chinese government charged the Japanese army openely and directly Frl- lay with responsibility for the North China autonomy movement in a sharply-worded protest filed xvlth Jn- pan by thc foreign office. Till? report followed closely an aarlicr note, stibmltted to the Jap embassy In protest against the rence tie Of lhc season, uuumuuui f ou gnt horn oui wui« •"«»«<!»«• ".• auinvan 10 me vatum-j, »«»<= ^«..«^ on easily from Oklahoma A. & M., tnB Hope team. Starring for the Tig' ) ot thc Board of Estimate to Democrat. i-0- Washington University defeated crs werc : Benton, Afiderson, Me- j j nstcat i O f Miiyor F. H. LaGuardia , i „„!,» Sfi.n nnrl Arkansas stopped F nt i..i etl an d Walker. fusion forces. Sullivan will have th crack and these intra-city rivals wound up in a scoreless draw. w ta ki n g a N. Y. U. never had much chance won easily from Oklahoma A. 25-0' Washington University St. Louis, 26-0, and Arkansas Itilsa, 14-7. s : In the Southwest, Texas A. & M. upset Texas, 20-6, while Detroit.was winning from Texas Tech, 12-7. Utah State and Colorado University wound up in a percentage; tie • for first place in the Rocky Mountain Conference-as the former played a French Pledge Aid (Continued from page one) Conferences the former piayeu » g.^tTof n European war in his 14-14 draw with Utah while Colorado j^abu y P Henry J. with Fordham and the Rams pounded cut a convincing 21-0 triumph that left Princeton the Bast's sole remaining major undefeated and untied team. The other major Eastern traditional ver. Chestnut Hill No. 70 Almond, W. P ,80 ,3.88 Avery, E. V 120 4.31 Davis, H. C 70 .351. Coats, J. B 30 2.07 Cummings. Clyde.... 60 2:15 Garre't, Thos. C...- 130 5,67 Jones. Fred ....- 90 4.23 Loe, J. S. B 160 6,75 Merchant, Kirk ........ 60 3.15 Reed. J. T. :L 1ZO 6.31 i Trexler, James'........ 90 4.23' Warren. Cleve ....... 20 1.71 Walker No. 71 kelson, A. D. .:.....: 110 Walker, Jack ..I...;..... .80 Walker, .Henry C..... 20 Walker, R. -L; .•.:..... .50 DR. MORTON Chiropractor 309 First Nat. Bank Bldg., Hope Qur methods reach practically all • 'diseases of .the human system. Prices reasonable. Examination free 4.47 3'53 '.62 2:57 $50 to $500 AUTO •Nazarehe No. 77 Adams, Grant _...... M^n.: WiUie. ; Lee.... Bell, Henry ...;.......>.. B^les, Charley :....... Boles. Parthinia .... Cheatham, Jake .... Chism, WilV ;:.,._...... Criss, Oscar . .......... :.. Crumpler. Tully .... Hood, Robt.; ..:."..-.,..: Ehlloh No. 55 Bro\vn Laura Carman A. \V. Ffenepan Ike Kanegan John Hanegan, Jake Banegan, Jim Kanegan, Horace T "hr>s' v n. Jo3 Mason, Star Ecott, L. T. Scott, Wayman Stamps, Louis ?0 60 40 30 70 30 10 40 20 20 30 30 Oakland No. 56 Bruce, M. C. Coleman, Y. u. Coleman, J. W. Coleman, Joshp Coleman, Ed . Clark, Bud . - McCullay, T. M. Galloway, J- >-•• LaJnb. J. I J - Hamilton, V. C. Hatsfield. H. J. Keith. Fugene Lamb, Elvin Thompson. O. B. £",»roud, Jim Russell, Felix Bussell, W. M. Oakland No. Collins, Erie ..... , S. M. 120 30 350 30 40 20 30 180 50 11.0 30 200 70 30 30 1.62 2.89 2.26 1.94 3.21 194 1.31 2.26 1.62 1.62 1.94 1.94 5.57 2.14 14.35 2.14 1.52 1.75 2.14 1.75 214 7.10 2.90 S.?0 2.14 8.R3 36V 1.14 2.14 80 20 20 90 * 10 50 20 10 20 . .....-.. 70 Henry; •--••-- 100 Solloman; Lonnie ..... 20 Holly. Robt. .....:..;..; ?0 .Johnson; Clay ;..:.•..•;:•- 20 .Tones, Charley ...:.:.. 10 Mu'.drow, Buddy .:., 30 Muldrow, . . Stout .... 20 Huldrow. Thos. '..:... 30 Muldrow, Mariah.... 30 Etn^gers, B, B ..... :... 20 Smith, Luther .'...:... 30 Smith, Geo. .,-.......-- 10 Snuth, John'A...:..... 20 Smith, Carter ............ 40 Stuart, Steve ......:.... 120 , Walker, Jim ....... :.._ 30 4.05 1.75 1.75 3.43 :38' 2.90, 1.75 1.38' 1.75 3.67 4.81' 1.75 U5 1.75 1.38 2.14 1.75 2.14 1.14 .75 2.14 1-38 1.75 2.53 5,57 - 2.14 On Cars and.Trucks Highest Prices Paid for CO T T O N TOM KINSER HATS Cleaned and Blocked • -.-'' - • —in— OUR OWN PLANT by Modern Machinery Wo have just installed thc very latest Automatic Hat Blocking machines and can now assure you of first quality, factory finished work. Eall Brothers ' Phone 385 Brazil Completes Defeat of talk with former Senator Henry J. Allen of Kansas more than a month ago. In a speech to the country the clay I before his troops entered Ethiopia, II Duce declared: "To acts of^war we ! will respond with acts of war." 1 What constitutes "acts of war" was never defined officially, but author• itien said military sanctions or a blockade would come in that class. Say Gold Problem Ended Financial experts said sanctions and patriotism have solved Italy's gold problem. The gold drain, it was said, has been halted by'public offerings so RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil—(/P)— great that before the end of the year The firm hand of Brazil's federal gov- Italy may increase her rcscrVe by 50 erntr.ent fell heavily Friday on rebel per cen t. soldiers who enlisted in the short- Gold gifts are being received by the lived socialistic uprising, at least 1,- Fascist party ' in every community. 300 being rounded up for court-mar- An authoritative financial source said .•i . i»_ i___.;ii n-fvvTxi It 11 do cnm*i in fusion forces. Sullivan will have th three votes previously held b Deutsch, nn ally of Mayor LaGuardia In addition, the News listed a , "Smith votes" thc three held by Con (roller Frank J. Taylor, the two vote 1 of Samuel Levy, president of Man I hatlan borough, and the one vote o James J. Lyons, president ot Bron borough. Hope^nds Season 138 Slain, and 1,300 Disloyal Soldiers Are Put Under Arrest nncEc e seizure by Japanese troops Wednes day of the important railway junction point of Fengtnl. .. - Him «-<•»• - - * ' Chicago unlverltics buy an average ->l 50,000 vblttmca annually from n London bookstore, which has custom* rs in every country. Coughing? (Continued fr«m page one) the game from thc sidelines because injuries. The Trojans will come to Hope tialsi. the people will gove huge sums in pold, amounting to 50 lire, (about $3.10) for every'man, woman'and child in Italy. ' . The Bank of Italy is offering 15.25 •Revolution-Crushed RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil—tfP)— The Brazilian government announced lne DJU,^ Oi na±j .^ v...-.... 0 the complete suppression of a Com- y re i n its program of securing gold, munist-inspired revolt Thursday and instead cf the legal rate of 12.63. said 138 persons were killed in the TH,,, j,.,r,i-'« reserve October 20, on its four days of savage fighting. The na- j^ statement, was 3,936,398,517 lire, lion rapidly was returning to normal ^ responsibmle authority said that although a "state of siege" is in ex- amount was almost exactly the. same istence. . today.. President Getulio Vargas advised *»•• • governors of the states that estimates of the dead in Rio Grande do Norte and Pernambuco states totaled 100 and officials said 38 were killed here when a revolt was smashed Wednes- next season for a return game. The Bobcats wound up the season with nine victories against three .esses. The record: Hope 33, Idabel, Okla., 0. Hope 0, Cainden G. Hope 27, Horatio 0. Hope: 0, El Dorado 14. Hope 55, Arkadelphia 0. Hope 32, Texarkana 0. Hope 19, Nashville 6. Hope 20, Smnckover 6. Hope 41, Prcscolt 0. Hope 7, DcQuoen 0. Hope 53, Becbe 0. Hope 13, Hot Springs 33. Total points, Hope 300, opposition 60 A snail can repair its broken shel until it is as good as new. No niftttcr how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chost cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulslon, serious trouble may bo brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- tan, which goes right to the seat of (hrf trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed mein- jranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled.. Even If other remedies have failed, don't bo discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to guarantee Creomulslon and to refund your money If you are not satisfied with results from the very flrsb bottle. Get Creomulfllon right now. (Adv.) Stop That Cough WITH CHERROSOTE The best remedy for simple coughs and gastric fermentative we have. 8 oz. Bottle 60c JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "Thc REXALL Store" Phono 63 Hope, Ark. Established 1885 -but you must tell it | t 1 what to say T I t T »> Upward Trend Of (Continued from page one) An Associated Press survey of Rio in t he principal industrial centers ac- Jrt Tnvtai^r, hncnitnls shOWed "6 Pel'- . . ., :« m ««oc;n^1 Ofaacrmnl - in- .nu roov...... -— - m ulc ^m^.fc.. ... --.,--de Janeiro hospitals showed <b pei- anied t he increased seasonal in- taken to hospitals .for treat- * sons I ment of wounds. i The federal government sought, to ' arrest more plotters. Some 1,300 •s cf the regular army are un- 56—Sup. 100 4.81 100 Wesley Grove No. 78 Coulter, R. B 60 Graves, Will .: 20 Groves. Willie 30 Marshall, Ben 60 Marshall, L. D. 10 Swell, E. M 100 Whitemore, Will .... 10 Whitemore, Lydia.... 10 Whitemore, Walter.. 10 Temple No. 81 Carter, Ed 10 Johnson, L. K. ..._... 30 -Tchnson, Odell 90 Nelson, Jonas 140 Ross, Lucius 10 Stuart, David 170 Stuart, Florence .... 30 Bradley No. 82 Coleman, Columbus 30 Coleman, Dug 40 Tranklin, Joe 20 Daniels. Dave 70 Evans, Simon 70 Johnson, John 20 Jones, Luther 20 Gamble, Tom 20 Moore, Tke 10 M:>orc, Irvin 20 3.28 1.75 2.14 2.^8 1.38 3.81 1.38 .38 1.38 1,38 2,14 4.43 6.31 1.38 7.49 2.14 MEAT CURING Ingredients BLACK PEPPER Ib 25c RED PEPPER Ib 40c SALT PETRE Ib 25c The Very Best Quality BRIANT'S Drug Store . ul output. contrasted with last month.and <» . ago,-the bank reported, distribu- uu.i through both retail and wholesale ;u. u .<^ - -~ L . channels increased despite the handi- clcr arrest and 300 of them have oeen ^ unfavorable weather conditions, taken to the Isle cf Flores, near the ' ^ - • - -.- -' capital, for safekeeping The rcvclt, which was strongest in the north, broke out among nDn-com- mistioned av-my officers. Those arrested face court-martials. The impression among observers was that President Vargas' position is 348 E'S MARKET WE DELIVER 112 East Third Street Hope, Ark. [Choice K. C. BEEF ROAST, Ib | POT ROAST Pound. fl 2 MONTS For P O R K—B E E F TTS Better, Safer, Substantial gains in the sale of electric current to industrial cutomcrs, a reliable index to the increased manufacturing activity, were reported from thc five largest cities in the district. Manufacturers cf stoves, I - farm implements and household ap- P°f; U ° n , f pliances reported their largest October •trcnger than ever as a result ot nis business vo i ume in recent years, prompt squelching cf the uprising. ^ he ban j c ' s monthly trade review The fact that he appeared personally d ^ closed tne distribution of autamo- in the fighting zones of the feclerai b .~ feg dccreased in j css than Ihe usual district here appealed to the Brazilian agonol amount f rom September to population. October. All wholesaling lines, with -»*«" — - tne exception ot boots wui shoes ,,-ssr^s'K^ SSIS"'^ 1 ^ dl . Ben ...... Grsen 20 110 . 90 Harm-ny No. 57 30 100 J. S B-rhare? B. W ......... Bostic, Joe Ca-sidy, Hoover ... Forbes, Toney •"Viereon, Clayton ... .Tnres W. E Lanpley. Frank ....... T^-q-h, Mrs. Nellte.. Pabnore, Bob ........ McMillan, Mack .... McMillan, Geo ....... McWilliams, H. R... Tfonroe, Charley .... 110 Jtfor"3n, Marvin .... 20 i-^ford. H. B. Jr.... 50 Sanford, H. B. Jr.... 50 Sherman, B"ck . ..... 60 Repbenspn. R. V ..... WO 20 - ,, Muldrow, Will 70 US r./rujHrow. D"nnis .... ?0 5 - 2n Hvldrow, Henry .... 20 4.43 s^.jidrow, Alma .... 40 porter, Steve 20 Ernith, Ernest 20 P'uart, Cage 20 Whitemore, K. L 20 100 20 ; oo . 20 70 20 20 90 30 .._„„.,--, Berry Rogers, Ralph Bogers, Louie Rrgers, Milton Vines. Thad White Sam wnijarrs Sim. V/ti-rh*. F4ward Wright, J. D 20 20 30 20 90 70 60 2.14 4.81 1.75 4.81 1.75 1.75 3.28 1.75 3.67 1.75 1.75 4.43 2.14 5.20 1.75 2.90 2.90 3.28 3.81 1.75 7.87 1.75 1.75 2.14 1.75 4.43 3.67 3.28 Bradley No. 82—Sup, Bradley, Louie 20 Dunn, Buster 20 Easter. Mance 20 Qamblc, Roy 30 Gamble, Clennie .... 30 Gambia, Robt 30 Havris, Lawrence .... 20 Harris, Tom 30 Harris, Alex 40 Muldrow, Cato 20 Muldrow, Lem 30 Shaw, John 30 Shaw, Hidie 30 Oak Grcve No. 61 SO 100 4° 6" , Vasco Frierso.n, Arthur Frierson. E. D Neal. Frank Powell, Henry Prater, Reno 50 '0 3.53 4.15 2.2fi ?.89 353 2.57 3.21 Pike County No. 24 Wesson, Oles 120 Wesson, Paralee .... 20 thildress No. .'19 Scogsins Cortez ... 110 Wood. Winston 90 CERTIFICATE State of Arkansas County cf Hetnpstead. I, Ray E, McDowell, Clerk of the County Court, do hereby pertif.v that the above list w-an filed in my office on the 18th day of N-vember. 1935. RAY E. MCDOWELL, Clerk of the County Court. ones who died for d. o. R, STAMPS Decker's Tall Horn 32c SAUSAGE BACON BEEF Very Best Mixed ROAST or STEAK BULK COCOANUT Poundfc1C The sustained activity in buildin ?U that WPA.I..,- develop the operaaons, J^-^g *£ ^- vey as a material factor in assisting business conditions as a whole. Lumber order receded slightly during Oc- i tob-i but shipments of pig won « ! meiters in the district reached a new , high for the year ancl were thc largest j for October since 1930. Early frosts did considerable damage to cotton, corn and other crops, and ruin retarded seeding of fall sown grains, but prices of farm products, remained at or around recent high levels. Despite a less favorable farm labor situation, because of termination of the harvest season, the bank said economic conditions in *hf_ fa ™; i ing community in years." Railroad freight traffic in the district showed a "measurable increase during the last thirty days and the total volume was the largest for the interval since 1931. Settlement of labor difficulties anil improved demand stimulated movement of coal and coko. Loadings of miscellaneous freight. Embracing most manufactured goods, evidenced more than usual seasonal betterment. The movement of forest goods decreased Thirty-seven commercial failures, involving liabilities of ?177,410, were reported for October, us compared with 25 defaults in September with liabilities of ?323,202. , The dollar volume of October retail trade gauged by sales of department f tores, was 10.2 per cent greater than in September ancl 9.4 per cent greater , than in October 1B34. The October department store sates increases over September in various citic--- El Dorado, Ark., 7.5 pur cent; Evansville, Ind., 31.7; Fort Smith. Ark., 380; Little Rock, Ark., 13.0; L-iuisvi.lle Ky, 16.5; Memphis, Tenn.. 33.2; St Louis, 31; Springfield, Mo., 18.3; all Rolled Prime RIB ROAST, Ib ft li Boneless Swiss STEAKS, Ib. . * t T T T T T T T t T t T T t f t f T T T -PRODUCE LETTUCE, Large Head—2 for CELERY, Jumbo—2 for POTATOES, No. 1 Reds—10 Pounds PINK GRAPE FRUIT—Each 5c TOMATOES 3 No, 2 Cans 25c COHN Fancy Sweet Can lOc other cities, 26.0. —-si Reluctance of Pittsburgh barbers to talk of their relations with racketeers was our first intimation that barbers wore reluctant to talk of anything. CRACKERS READ Classified Ads Home Owned Gro, & Marktt HMJIIU =Does Your Roof = 0uo iu.ou.tli ol 1-uJUi costs Hope cit-= =izei\s mor? than u»e year's - E'Janiugc. , - \Vc Cwi Fix a t" 001 ' K °" f = We Can Help an Old One. = i Sullivan Const. Co. r TlllUIIIHIIIIIlllUllllUIIIHHUIIHiHIUU Fresh Country EGG S—Doz. . HEAD CHEESE Pound Boiling . SALT MEAT, Ib Tender STEAKS Pound VEAL CHOPS Pound Fresh Side PORK, Ib Pork Shoulder ROAST,lb Coop Fed Poultry HENS and FRIERS SAUSAGE, Ib.... PRICES FOR SATURDAY Quart Jar Every Sack Guaranteed Large 14 oz. Battle FULL CREAM I RED POTATOES 3 Lb, Limit Pound 4'Stalk Limit 5-Nut Limit VEAL POT ROAST, Ib Fancy Thick Rib ROAST, Ib Fancy K. C. ROUND'LQIN BACON SKINS Pound STEW MEAT Pound Butt Pieces 1,3 to 4 Lb. Average Full C»eajn CHEESE, Ib BACK BONES Pound Let's suppose that the dollars you'spend were' suddenly given minds of their own—and the job of deciding what to buy for you. They'd have to learn then- way around-in a hurry. And one of the first things they'd do would be to study the new,spapers--every advertisement that discusses ; something you'd be. need- ^ ing, or wanting. They'd get the latest facts on au- 2 tomatic refrigerators and M sports shoes and tea and «| motor oil and all the rest. " They'd make a business of- +3 knowing what, where and £ when to buy. « Are you less careful and less constant in your ad- reading than you should be? Do you have to/depend on other people for. lets that are clearly sta.tr- ed in the advertising pages of this newspaper? / ^ Read advertising thoughtfully, consider all the points you find there on their merits. Find out in advance exactly what things will best serve your needs—and why. After all, that's the only way to get your money's worth, every time. The,real reason for advertising is not to help some one sell something, but to help you buy what you want.

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