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Cake Walk at Washington Benefit Party at Washington This Thursday The public is invited to attend the annual Basketball cake walk at the Washington High school gym Febru- 1 ary 3. at 7 o'clock. There will be music by the Nashville and Washington school bands conducted by Rural Oliver, of Nash- Vule. Proceeds received from drinks, candy, and, cakes, will be used to buy honor sweaters for the senior boy's team Horace D. Curtis Is Appointed Sergeant In orders just received by Col. Fiederick F. Christine, commanding officer of Jefferson Barracks, Horace 0. Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Curtis, McCaskill was appointed sergeant upon recommendation of his Squadron Commander. Military authorities at Jefferson Barracks stated that Sgt. Curtis' promotion was based upon his soldierly pualities and attention to duty. ••—• 11 in»j—..^»^ji Oil and Gas (Continued From Page One) SKIN IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE acne pimples, bumps (blackheads), and ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve miseries with simple home treatment. First touch of Black and White Oint- *u*.to. woe iu ui*cuieu. 20 yeius success. Money-back guarantee. t%r Vital in cleansing ia good soap. Enioy famous Slack and White Skin Soap daily. • NOTICE • Erie Ross is now employed by Keith's Barber Shop New Location on E. 3rd Next to Checkered Cafe It's always like When your old dress becomes v i • f- 'young again! v> No wonder you're pleased! it does look like a brand new dress. But that's not unusual for anything cleaned at Hall Bros. The same care is given to every article — whether it's a rayon scarf or a lame formal, the finished results spells "Perfection!" HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 acres), book P-7, page 621, dated 2-342, recorded 2-3-42. Leo Robins and wife to F. E. Nolen. WH of SWVi and SEVi of SW/i of Sec. 6. Twp 15 S.. Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 10 988 Int., (10 royalty acres), dated 2-2-42, filed 2-3-42 C. H. Gandy and wife to H. E. Fergu- on. WVi of SWV4 and SEVi of SWVi jf Sec. 6, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 10, 968 Int., (10 royalty wes). dated 2-3-42. filed 2-3-42. H. E. Ferguson and wife to Leo Robins WMt of SW/4 and SEV 4 of SWV 4 of Sec. 6. Twp. 15 S.. Rge. 24 West. Royalty Dei : 1 64 Int., dated 1-30!2, filed 2-3-4;>. Gilbert S. Johnson, j Jr. and wife to R. H. Vennble. E 1 '. of NE'/i of Sec. 10. Twp. 15 S., Rge. 14 West; and Wi of SWMi of Sec 'A: SEt-4 of Sec. 15; all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1 224 Int., dated 123-42, filed 2-3-42. Verona S. Roberts, et al to Gilbert S. Johnson, Jr. SEi-4 and SWVi of NEVt of Sec. 11; and NM> of NEV 4 of Sec. 14; all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Royalty Deed: 1 4 Int., dated March 5, 193S, filed 2-3-42. Chas. Hamlin and vife to Guy Boyett. SE'/i of SEY 4 of Sec. S, Twp. 19 S., Rge. 23 West. Assignment of O. & G. Lease: dated 1-30-42, filed 2-2-42. Samuel G. Fean and wife to W. O. Morgan. WV> jf the SEVi of Sec. 17. Twp. 15 S." Rge. 24 West, less 5 acres in the SE corner of the SW'/i of SEft of said Sec. 17; SWV 4 of See. 17, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West; SW^ and W% of SEVi of Sec. 17, Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West, less 5 acres in the SE corner of the SW/4 of SE'A; Also 3 acres in the NW corner of the 'NEVi of SE'/i of Sec. 17, all in Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. Assignment of O. & G. Lease: dated 1-31-42. filed 2-3-42. W. O. Morgan and wife to Samuel G. Jean. N% of SWV 4 and SWV 4 of 'SVfVt and WVi of ST2Vi, less 5 acres in the SE corner of the SWy 4 of SEi/ 4 ; all in Sec. 17 Twp. 15 S., Rge. 24 West. O. & G. Lease: 10 yr. term, dated 1-13-42. filed 2-3-42. Henry Moore Jr. et al to H. F. Briley. Frl. SEV 4 of Sec. 6, Twp 18 S., Rge. 25 West, 155.63 acres. Assignment of O. & G. Lease: dated 1-22-42, filed 2-3-42. H. F. Briley and wife to Sinclair Prairie Oil Company Frl. SE% of Sec. 6, Twp. 18 S., Rge. 25 West, located on the left bank of Red River, containing 155.63 acres. ———————_^__^ii^==: Orchestra at Texarkana Nevada County February 4, 1942 Prepared by Helen Hesterly J. W. Dockery to J. E. Childers, recorded 1-31-42. WM> of SE J /4 of NEV 4 ; SW'/4 of NE'/ 4 ; NW'/ 4 of SE'/ 4 ; and NW/4 in 'Sec. 36, Twp. 14, S. Rge 22 W. N. L. Martin and wife to N. W. Nix, recorded 1-31-42. NW'/i of the NE'/, and the Wte of NEV 4 of NE>/ 4 of Sec. 15, Twp. 14, S. Rge. 22 W. J. H. Price and wife to W. M. Rain- acn, recorded 1-31-41. S>£ of NWV 4 (less Sl/8 of NW'4 (S'% NW!4> and S. 40 acres of N half of NWV 4 (NV4 NWV 4 ) of Sec. 28, Twp. 14 S., Rge. ££ VV. E. F. Fincher and wife, W. O. Fincher and wife, G. L. Fincher and wife to J. E. Childers, recorded 1-31-42 SW'Xj of the SE'/4 of the SWy 4 , Sec 30 and NE'/ 4 of the NWVi, Sec. 31 Twp. 14 S., Rge. 21 West. * J. B. Silvey and wife to R. W. Rogers, recorded 1-31-42. S'/i> of SEy 4 of Sec. 14; and NEJ4 of NEto of Sec 23 in Twp. 14 S., Rge. 22 W. J. N. White to W. W. Nix, recorded 1-31-42. SEy 4 of SE'/ 4 of Sec. 3; SEV-of NW'/ 4 and the NE'/ 4 of SW>/4 of Sec 10, Twp. 14 S., Rge. 22 W. Mrs. Myrtle Gulley to Arkansas Fuel Oil Co. SW'/ 4 of NW'/4 and NW'A of £V/ l /4 of Sec. 23 and E% of SEVi ant SEi/4 of NEi/i and E%: of SW>/ 4 o and NW'/, of SE>4 of Sec. 22 Twp. 12 S., Rge. 20 W. Recorded 2-3 42. Lela Ware and husband to J. B Zick, recorded 1-16-42. SW,4 of th SE% of Sec. 18, Twp. 14 S., Rge. 22 W Miss Christine Cross to Arkansas Fuel Oil Co., recorded 2-3-42 SW/, of NWV 4 and NWy 4 of SWV4 of Sec ; X, and E'/ 2 of SE% and SE>/, or NEV; 'of NE% and NWy.j of SE'/ 4 of Sec 22, Twp., Rge. 20 W. GEORGE WALD George Wald and his M. C A orchestra will play for a dance in Texarkana Armory Saturday night, Wald is well known in this territory as he has played three engagements at the Washington-Youree hotel in Shreveport and twice at the Plantation in Dallas. Other featured engagements include the Muehle- bach Hotel in Kansas City, Claridge Hotel in Memphis and the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Ky. Pheiffer Is Back Again DOLLARS WASTED ON UPKEEP CAN'T BUY NEW ROADS TNEERIOR roads seem cheap •* and easy to build. They stretch 3 paving fund 'so that it covers a lot of territory. But after a year or two, the trouble begins! Maintenance costs go up «md up. That's why it's wise—aod eco- pomical—to build concrete roads. Concrete lasts! It requires almost no upkeep. Concrete's smooth riding, skid resistant surface speeds up traffic s ; i reduces accidents . . . you save in gas, tires and repairs. Urge public officials to build all main highways of safe and saving concrete. 1STHEBEAL. ii/rf-COST , ROAD PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 1306 Syndicate Trust B%., St. low's, Mo. A neHcwi or^onizotton to Unpreve and extend the uws Q f «». crete ... through jcienlific research and enginesring field Representative Relies on People on Vote Problems By JACK STINNETT WASHINGTON-That man Pheiffer 'f,.° ack again. I mean Representative William T. of New York's 16th district, which is down in Manhattan East Side. Representative Pheiffer is a Hous freshman and, therefore, isn't sup posed to have any ideas, but he doe If you'll remember, he was first o the congressmen to try to find out ex actly how his constituents wante him to vote on the first Lend-Leas Bill. He found out by polling his dis tnct's voters and their word was h law. So far as I can find out, Pheiffer the first to come up with the ide that a seat in congress is a corpor ation, that every voter in the distric is a stockholder, and that as th elected president of that corporation its up to him to make an annual re port for the calendar year "on th principle that the shareholders ow the corporation and are rightfully en titled to know what has been "don with their property." Representative Pheiffer's report i a closely packed four-page printe pamphlet. The only difference h points out, between this and any othe annual corporation report to the shar holders is that the corporation gen erally bears the expense. In this in stance, the "president," being Mi Pheiffer, bore the expense and maile the report to every registered voter i his district. He launches immediately into sue statistical business as: "Number o roll calls (taken in the House) dur mg the year, 133; number attended bv me, 128." J He lists his attendance at the thre committees of which he is a member the number of public bills, privat bills and amendments he offered' anc an accounting of the appointments anc nominations he made to West Pom and Annapolis. He mentions that in the course o the year's sessions, he made 23 pre pared speeches (exclusive of eulogie to deceased members) in Congress Then, Mr. Pheiffer gives a four- page report on his stand on every major issue before Congress in 1941 Grouping these under "Foreign Relations and National Defense";d Labor ; Appropriations and Taxes" and Miscellaneous," he just abou covers the legislative waterfront Being identified with the "anti- interventionist" group in the House (but also being for all-out defense preparations); a worker in the laboi vineyard (but convinced that unscrupulous labor leaders and agi- iators had no business trying to block •Jefense effort); in favor of limitless appropriations for defense (but a sometimes violent exponent of economies in other government spending), the Congressman had some hard sailing on the floor but he made it seem like a few consistent tacks into a gusty gale. He did it by quoting, not over-copiously, from his own speeches before the house. The Representative was one of the first in the 77th Congress, first session, to advocate unity. Although a Republican and a socalled anti-interventionist, exactly ten months to the day before Pearl Harbor, he tok : congress: "There is no Republican brand of patriotism and no Democratic brand of patriotism. The Republican ele- Jhant and the Democratic donkey u-e going to pull together in double wrness in the welding of all our jeople into a united front in our deal- ngs with the rest of the world " It's too bud that all of the elected presidents" of these voting "cor- twralions" can't make annual reports o the "shareholders. 1 It wou ld cost wad of dough, much too big a wad or most representatives to spend out of their own jeans, but it might be worth it from a public appropriation standpoint to know at least once a year how your representative and mine has been deporting himself. Our Doily Bread 'Continued From Page One) HOPE STAR, H6H, ARKANSAS Zebras to Play Here Saturday Hope Hits Rood For Games With Trojans, Wildcats The Hope High School basketball team will hike the road for the next two night, playing at Hot Spring Thursday night and journeying to North Little Rock Friday night. The Bobcats will stage a homecoming Saturday night taking on tlu itrong Pine Bluff Zebras on the local court. The Hope squad holds a win over North Little Rock but were nosed out in a previous game with the Trojans. Mrs. W. M. Kelly, 60, Succumbs in Texos Mrs. W. M. Kelly. GO, originally from Hempsteacl county, died Wednesday afternoon at her home in Detroit, Texas, it was learned here Thursday. Mrs. Kelly and family lived at Washington for many years. Funeral services and burial will be held Thursday in Texas. Hempstead Students on College Honor Roll Miss Elizabeth Pilkinton of Hope is on the "All A and B" Honor Roll , at Henderson State Teachers College j for the first semester of 1941-42 Dan i Pilkinton, Miss Nell Louise Broyles and Mrs. Mary Nell Turner of Hope' I and Miss Harriet Ann Harkness of' 1 Fulton are on the "B Average" Honor Roll. Miss Pilkinton and Mrs. Turner are seniors and will receive their Bachelor of Arts degrees at the Spring Commencement. in which we answer that question may be the key to whether wo have before us an endless war threatening our own U. S. territory, or a relatively short one fought on and over Japanese territory. Introduced Waffle Thomas Jefferson tasted waffles in Holland and had a waffle iron sent to him from Europe. He is generally credited with introducing the waffle to the United States. I CANT KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She's as Lively as a Youngster— Now her Backache is better Many sufferers relievo nagging backache quickly, onco they discover tlmt the real cuu&o of their trouble nmy bo tired kidneys, J he kidneys arc Nature's 9hief way of taify ing the exce&a neids and waste out of tho blood. They help moat, people pass about 3 pints a day. When disorder of kidney function permita poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains. leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nighta, swelling, puffinesa under the eyes, headaches and dizzinosa. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows tbete is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your drugeist for Dean's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the la miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from your b!ood. CJct Dean's Pflla C. C. Bowman & Associates Accountants - Auditors Phone 422 or 51 PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Income Tax Matters State and Federal • Have your Income Tax Returns prepared by one who knows — and save money. • Don't- wait until March 15th deadline — Time is required to do a good job. Plumbing Repairs Harry W, Shiver Plumbing Phone 259 309 N. Main RADIOS - BATTERIES BICYCLES qnd AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES BOB ELMORE'S AUTO SUPPLY Bob Elmorc, Owner WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cash or terms: $36.50 Down $19.39 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and lull information. Quality makes by STEIN WAY, HADPORFF CABLE, WURLITZEH. 200 E. Broud Tcxgj-JlHJwa, Atk. Vsi-d Pianos, $75 up. Term* Robi ooison s Off er Outstanding February These outstanding values have bqpn made possible through the early «ll » u. °i Ur "•' Ma " y ° f these item * """a* now be replaced to sen ar these low prices. Stock uo on vour cnrina r »niii» n m«..»., ~~^, i.«t sell the ONE WEEK. 1 P . nCeS P»« rise comes eo replaced to up on your spring requirements now before These prices are not guaranteed beyond Girls' Sport Oxfords New spring arrivals in ladies sport oxfords Friedman-Shelby qualify, oil leather in vital parts. A good selection of styles in popular colors. 2.98 $ Men's Hawk Overalls Men's Hawk Brand Overalls, 8 oz. sanfor- ized denim. Made on vest back style. Full cut and made to give comfortable fit and long wear. 1.59 Boys' Trojan Overalls A good weight overall for boys. A full 8 oz. weight denim and sanforized shrunk. Made in vest back style in solid blue color Sizes 4 to 16. 89c Men's Hawk Brand "double proof" khaki pants. Sanforized shrunk and guaranteed not to fade from washing or presperiatioh. Guaranteed to give satisfactory wear $ 1.89 Hawk Khaki Shirts Men's Hawk Brand "double proof" khaki shirts. Same cloth as the pants. Made on comfortable fitting shirt style, three sleeve lengths. Guaranteed to give satisfactory wear. T .1.69 Men's Dress Pants A big selection of new spring patterns, in this popular price range. Handsome new patterns in pleated style. Good colors and a well fitting pant. $ 2.98 Men's Felt Hats A big selection of men's felt hats. Bound or raw edge styles. Narrow or wide ribbon style. Good linings and leather sweats. A big value at only. '2.48 Men's Dress Shirts A big selection of new spring patterns. Handsome stripes on light or dark grounds. Well made and perfectly .fitting. All guaranteed absolutely fast color M.39 Men's Shorts & Shirts Men's broadcloth shorts in fancy patterns. Ful cut to size and well made. Three button french waist band. Swiss rib cotton shirts size 34 to 46. 35c We Give Eagle Stamps Men's Dress Sox Big selection of men's dress sox Anklet style with elastic tops, in good patterns and styles. Also half hose style. Stock up now on your sock needs at only 25c Men's Fancy Sox Still a good selection of these popular priced fancy sox. Our present supply is probably the last we'll be able to obtain at this low price. Buy now lOc Men's Work Gloves Men's heavy duty work gloves. Gauntlet style with waterproof cuff. Also short all leather^ style. Two unusually good values in men's work gloves. 10c Men's Hawk Khaki Pants Men's Work Gloves A good split leather glove made in long gauntlet or short cuff style. Elastic back strap for better fit. A good wearing glove at a low price. 69c Men's Work Sox Good heavy cotton work sox for men. Random mix with white foot. Buy your supply of heavy work sox now, the price will be up on the next shipment. 19c Ladies' Spring Anklets Ladies' and childrens' spring anklets. Good spring patterns and shades. Buy your supply now as anklets are becomming scarce Buy now at only • > 15c 36" Cretonne Just arrived a new shipment of 36" cretonne in new spring colors and patterns. Wide se ection to choose from in your favorite color scheme. 19c yd. 5, Sea Island Domestic 36" Sea Island unbleached domestic An unusually good value at this time. The price will probably be higher on the next shipment. 15c Sauva Prints Beautiful new spring patterns in this popular french crepe dress fabric. Guaranteed washable. Select your dress pattern now while the selection is complete 69c The Leading Department Store ^ffW^^_ M " if ^^ JT ^^ ^* • P» I oeo. W. Robison 6- Co. HOPE KJACUWli i r NASHVIUE

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