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Page fo«? HOPE STAR,HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, October fl, Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 .... 16 to 20 21 to 25 .. .. 26 to 30 31 lo 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 Day Davs Davs Month ~~ - -- • -.90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone 1.50 2 90 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.">0 5.09 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Rent 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, near Sehooley's Store. Mrs. 3. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-ll. 20-tf TO RELIABLE PERMANENT party new modern house with large living room and fireplace. Write R. F. Anderson. General Delivery, Hope, Arknusas. o-3t For Sale Four-States Golf Tourney Opens at Texarkana FRONT BEDROOM WITH PRI- vale entrance. Close in. Phone 3G8. 5-:il! 2 STORY HOUSE, 2!) ACRES, Hi I miles from Hope on old Fulton highway. Apply 020 South Elm, Phone 731. 5-31 20 RK BUILT SINGER SEWING machines. 2 Whiter;. 2 Elfins and other makes. W. II. West.. 215 North Hamilton Street. Phone 1220-W. Hope. Arkansas. '-fit USED RKFniGF.RATOKS IN A-l condition. Also 21 jewel Hamilton watch. Brcwstcr Rffr iteration Service. 119 Kdpowood, Hope. T'hone 1230 or 12H1-.I nir;ht.s or Sundays. 2-fJt SEED OATS," RECLEANED AND lagged. Aubrey Enoch at MeRae Implement Co. 21-lrn ONE LOT ON WEST 4TH STREET", 100 x 142. Level and ready for building. Phone 058-W. fi-31 Fr.XJORESCENT LIGHTS, INLAID linoleum at a barfjain. Phone 57H-W or see at 513 South Walnut, I J. F. McDowell. fi-31 | BRIGGS AND STATTON MOTOR. I 2 3.'4 II. P. Atkins Grocery on i S.P.G. Road. 7-31 I Texarkann. Oct. f! —i/Tj— Ai-Jcart- sas, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma golfers teed off today in the qualifying round of the Four amateur <;o!l lournamveiil Texarkana Country club. Heading the ast' field for piny be:.;innh)H tomorrow will Res? TvlcDade. Shreveport. States •it the Enroute to Cleveland, Oct. W) — Remember back in mid-summer when Bob Feller wasn't going too well and Bob Lemon and Gene match I ''eardcn had (o keep the Indians in be! 1 ' 1 '' Pennant laccV. . . .Lemon had , ( ' j rather lough going after he won who defeated Vincent Alison For'ti' 1 '* ' ! " ln ^•"•ne'of the season, but he Smith, Ark., for the title la-' vear I 1 "-"-' 1 ' 1 ' losl - his reputation for being He will face stiff competition ' ;1 •"'-" >C1) •'"''",'" " c!utch - • -Looks from his fellow townsman Jimm--- I ;is lf tlu ' w " l ' lfl Series was going to ATcOonagill. formr-r Four States i '"'.>"">'•' the i''-,-id;ir season pattern. ;l'cll(.r couldn't win the opener •— ! though you could hardly blame (him for that loss. . . .Lemon didn't l look especially strong in the early I innings -- in fact .Manager Lo'u of cli am), ion. a nil Magnolia. Ari-;.. co-champion this ye;;]'-; Arkansa.-; opc-n. Many other lending amateur; from the Four .States also are e:-r- peeled lo enter. Finals will b< played Sunday. Wanted to BUY WELL FURNISHED BED ROOM with large closet. 321 North Her- vcy. Phone G88. 5-31 HIGHEST PRICES PAID live hens. Moore Bros. FOB 7-fii. By Wesrbrook Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Pio'idreau had reliclers warming up in the very first inning. . .But when things looked very bad, "Lemon usually managed to make someone top the ball toward the mound and then he'd throw the gny out himself. 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- rnent. Private entrance and bath. Frigidaire. 321 North Hamilton Street, Phone 835-J. 6-31 MODERN FURNISHED- APART- rrient with private entrance. Couple preferred. 321 South Bon- | ner. Phone G85-W. (i-3t LARGE convenient to bath. 603 West 3rd. Mrs. Phone 407, .1. P. Owen. 7-31 Hear, Hear A cold wind and the $4 price of standing room apparently discouraged the customers at the second S'lies game, for attendance dropped a bit. . . .Or maybe some lolks took a tip from the discouraged standee at the opener who had quit trying to see over folks in lifjiit. of him and was listening to Mhe game on a portable radio by a ,„.,, ,. • ,, ,.T< i ,- | despite a long casualty list, has concession stand. . ."Its almost as| pbyc d within itself while eoorl aid. home," the guy LARGE FRONT BEDROOM with private bath. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 084-.T. 7-31 Washington. Ocl. 5. — In our study of Felix Frankfurter's invisible government, we must not try to accommodate a suspicion thai this was a Communist plot. There were and are Communists in the group of Harvard lawyers who formed Frankfurter's team, but Frankfurter himself seems not to, be one. A person who is pro-Fills- 1>v ,' h "P ; 'd to see a World Series sian or hvpersensitive to Rolshevik 1 ''I-' 1 '-' ""'•'•'• to m .V utter amazement, opinion, as Frankfurter certainly I 1 m «omg to play in one." . . .And was at the time of the 1017 revolt!-j-] 11 " 1 a . >'«"•_ "Ko Tommy Holmes lions and massacres, is not necessarily a Communist. By !\e HAROLD CLAASSEN York, Oct. 8 —Iffi— There's nothing like a World Series to keep year mind off the football practice tiekl. These predictions are made almost entirely on the basis of what teams did in last Saturday's games. Last week's figures; G2 correct, 11 incorrect for an average of .8-19. Season's record to date: 114 correct 20 incorrect for .815. This week's selections: Alinnexola at Northwestern: The lines are reported as equal with Northwestern also possessing a rounded attack. Northwestern. Michigan at Purdue; Purdue has gone all out in the past two weeks and lost both games. Michigan, long Underdog Barons Win Dixie Series Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 8 —(UP) —The Birmingham Barons headed back to Alabama today with the Dixie Series championshp in their pockets after closing out the Fort Worth Cats in the fifth game of the set hist night. 3 to 1," Fur the Southern Association playoff champs it was the fourth stiaighl victory after dropping the set!'::; opener to the Texans. It gave them the title, four games lo one. GE Convicted on Monopoly winning be a habit. Michgan. BEDROOMS, Mrs. T. E. ion. ADJOINING BATHS. Urrcy, 315 W. Divis- security guards battled furiously for hours today at the Micheville steel works Frankfurter's team fiercely re-! near Nancy in the first serious jecls "guilt by association." But' clash of a nationwide coal strike, jsuch argnm'entarians damned The strikers, hurling bricks and iC'narles Lindbergh because, in his swinging bludgeons, forced troops'opposition to the implication of and security guards to evacuate!'he United States in wai. he found stormed at Himself in company of the Naxi- be-inw ai nome, uie BUV u ,. f) n nnlst UCLA at i Howie Odell Strangers Here Themselves 'week illness. He will Bill Salkeld. who caught both !Saturday night. UCLA, games for the Braves, remarked! Oklahoma vs. Texas: before the opener: "All my life ing battle, scene of a " a year ago. is the of the Texas stale fair, would be fair-cr than a victory? Texas. led up for the third Yankee- Harvard at Cornell: Dedt/ci- game explaining it was feel This worse I the first World Series game he ever had seen. . .This year Tommy drove the only run in the op- had gas guns Estate fros- Sale BUY THIS 'i ROOM COTTAGE practically new garage, poultry house, storage house, fenced poultry yard and garden. Several extra lots. Closing Estate. Price I Ik $2850. Easy terms. See Mr. Tyler, 11!) Cotton Row 1-(H HOUSE LOCATED NEAR FAIR park and Garland School. fi rooms, breakfast room and new garage with room attached. Recently redecorated. 3'500 Down and resume F.H.A. Loan. Payments S37.49. Phone 1120. 5-(it 320 ACRES BLACKLAND FARM on highway, near two good towns. Three small houses, about 300 acres open in row crops, meadows ^and pasture. A beautiful farm.'can sell worth the money, ' reasonable down payment and $1000 per year. Sec Floyd Por- icrfield & Son. C-31 Male Instruction INSTRUCTION, MALE. GOOD pay jobs offered trained auto body-fender men in daily "want ads". Put in a few hours weekly learning welding, painting', metal work, etc. Chance for high wages or your own business. Veterans and Civilians. Write for free information. Auto-Crafts Training, Box 98, c/o Hope Star. u-3t the plant l)u dawn with tear 7-31 ithe ready. Early reports said strikeis and seem ity injured and eight security guard.': were taken prisoner in the outbreak of violence at the plant in Lorraine which h:id been tied up for two weeks. Two hundred, troops in full bal- kit and 300 security guards captured tile strikebound plant earlier. The government had ordered the seizure of the plant and the operation of its coke ovens, by force if necessary. The clash stemmed directly from the walkout, of 350,000 coal miners, which in turn set, off tnkos affecting railroads, docks, textile, mills and public utilites. When the troops and guards surrounded the Micheville works, they were engaged at, once by strong strike pickets. Strikers on rooftops pelted the government forces with bricks and other missiles. Hundreds of striking miners from nearby pits hurried to reinforce the factory pickets, and the battle develops. The hesiders slowly fought, their way into the plant, behind clouds of tear gas. Then thousands of workers from i neighboring pits and factories streamed to the scene. The military commanders, fearing large scale bloodshed, opened negotiations with strike leaders, and finally gave the order to evacuate the plant. The strike pickets reoccupied it at once. So what Longhoru Americans, who had other reasons Jor their opposition. at least 12! Frankl'ui ter is an old friend of uards where (Prof. Harold J. Laski. of the London School of Economi-.s. who w;,s with him for years at Harvard. Tin's \v;.s no an ,.i"i.n.'iry f'n'e-H- ship. An essay in the Catholic Worker in June. 19-I-I, tells of a Laski lecture at Ford II ill, Huston, in 19!'7. and says: "!_,;,:•;<! was introduced by Felix Frankfurter, who made an observation thai , .seemed very significant. He ,->- | tho Arkansas Intercollegiate Con- dared that the day that he looked (fence football scramble, forward to in the' vear with the' ''-'<-'h. whose string of victories most joy was the day when Mr. extends over parts of four sca- Laski came to stay "with him at KO " K . will be hosts to Magnolia his home. When you understand that Mr. Frankfurter has the reputation for being the adviser to cerain persons in Washington you can well have understood our Harvard gained 360 yards along thc ground in defeating Columbia last week. The pick is Harvard. Kentucky at Georgia: It is seldom that a Georgia team looks poorly in football. The Bulldogs did, however, in their last two starts. They are over it now. Georgia. Michigan Slate at Notre Dame: Isn't it about time tha,. Einil Sitko had a day for himself? Notre Dame. Army at Illinois: Army is as By The Associated Arkansas Tech lays league 1 winning streak tomorrow (Sat) night important showdown Press a 20-game on the line in the most thus far in good as any team in the East and the Illinois fans will get an unpleasant surprise from Jim Cain. Army. SMU at Missouri: Kyle Rote Doak Walker will make il. a afternoon for Missouri. SMU. Vanderbilt at Mississippi: forecaster has been wrong on weeks A. & M.'s riders. Both conference, their tussle fi'ght it out unpredictable Mule- are undefeated in the and the winner of will be favored to with Arkansas State Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122U-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-1 mo Notice to Cotton Growers We will handle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bring your Conpress tickets and class card and save $1.00 to $1.50 per bale. E. M. McWilliams & Co., Hope, Ark. AcrOEs'the street from s 'Post Office Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. OG70 In the Chancery Court of Hempstcad County, Ark. BERN1CE McFADDEN" Plaintiff ROSCOE McFADDEN Defendant The Defendant, IJosc-oe McFadden in warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Bernice McFaddcn. Witness my hand and the seal of sairl court this 15 day of SepU-mber 19-U1. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Oni'.Ta Evans. 1). C. John P. Vesey, Att'y. for Plaintiff John L. Wilson, Jr. All'y. ad lilem (SEAL) Sept. 17. 2-1. Oct. I, n added interest in listening to this adviser to the adviser. Ford Hall forums were then being managed by David K. Niles." • Niles, born Nayhus (this is the correct spelling from his birth record) of Russian parents. moved into the White House with Rooso- vlet ns Frankfurter's man at the I throne and remained there with [Harry S. Truman. Laski sued an English paper which said he had cnunternaneed violent political revolution, and lost his case. That put him in his place. When he brought out a book called "Faith. reason and Civili/ation" in 19-14, the New York Times had on compunction about using above its review the title "Laski's Brief for Communism." The opening sentence of the review. written by Henry Ha/.ilitl, read, "of all the apologists for communism writing in English, Harold La.ski is the rnosl Teachers for the AIC tille. Teachers is expected to annex- its third AIC triumph with an easy victory over Arkansas College at Batesvillc tomorrow night. The only other conference game will pit Henderson against Hehdrix at Conway. The week's program begins unfolding tonight when Arkansas A. & M. plays the University of Arkansas freshmen at Little Hock and the College of the It looked for a while bruis- welcoming parly might voung riot wait : because feature leaving Boston last night. To make the situation more doubtful, scattered showers were I forecast today. It rained here last •night and turned cold. Gene Bearden, the southpaw v.'ho lamed the Boston Red Sox in the pennant playoff, is ready lo face Vei-n Bickford. another war veteran, in a battle of rookie pitchers. American Leaguers rushed to the support of the Indians after they clubbed Warren Spahn for 14-1 victory behind Bob Lemon in I yesterday's loosely played second I game. As a result of the Cleve- jland triumph, they now are top|heavy favorites—5 to .14 lo win the series and 9 to 20 to cop the third game. Despite thc gloomy New York, Oct. 8 —(/PI—The General Electric Co. was convie'ed today of conspiring between 1927 and 19-io to monopolize trade in hard metal compositions and products in this country and abroad. Also convicted in federal court were two affiliate companies and three officials. The defendants were accused in a 10-11 indictment of violating the Sherman Anil-trust and Wilson tariff acts. The corporate defendants are subject to possible fines aggregating S25,0()0 each, the individuals to similar fines and possible imprisonment of five years each. Those convicted besides General Electric are the Intcrnation General Elecrlic Co. of New York the Carboloy Co. of Detroit; Waiter G. Robbins of Detroit, president of Carboloy; Jay Jeffries of Cleveland. Ohio, chairman of the board of Carboloy; and Waller M. Stearns, of Schcnectady. N. Y., former manager of trade relations and special contracts of. General Electric. The defendants waived a trial by jury and the case was heard by .Judge John C. Knox in January and July last year. Judge Knox fixed no date for senlencing after rendering his verdict. Thrc prosecution of thc case was as if the (suspended during the war at the have to I request of the war department be- lli c teams were late cause lhe defendants were engaged in war production. Hid Burn Marks The While House has been BEOADCA3TIHG SYSTEM By JACK HAND Cleveland. Oct. J! —W) — Cleveland opens its arms to its first World Scarics since 1920 today with a record -turnout of 110.000 due to welcome home the Indians who WOn iho P ennant °" thc >" oatl and ' >re ^"^"g ;l!1 s[ l ual '° with the painted white since 18M to hide the marks left when it was burned by lhe British during the War of 1812. according to lhe Encyclopedia Britannica. and sad forecast, all series ords for a single tain to be erased. the largest crowd Barrelt and Nets Potter, he on Bob Kennedy, a right swinger, who delivered a a scoring single in the ninth. Judnich goes back to right against Bickford. but boss Lou plans no other shifts except: his pitcher. Boudreau was sensational in the second game with his infield play and hitting to back up tin: steady weather I chucking of Lemon. Friday p.m., Oct. 3 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:<I5 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Bobcat Pe-> Rally 6:15 News. Five C'lar Final 0:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 0:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Great Scene/; from Great Plays—TvI 7:30 Bobcat Preview 7:45 Football 'Same: Hope vs. Malvern 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Tex Bcncke':; Orch.—M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign OCf Saturday a.m., Oct. 9 5:57 Sign On 0:0(1 Songs by Sinclair 0:15 Hillbilly Hoedown ;30 News. First .'Edition :40 Arkansas Flowboys :55 Market Report;-, :00 Melody Boys :30 The Devotional Hour :45 Musical Clock :55 News. Coffee Cup Edition :00 Sunrise Ser.-.:i::de :45 O/.ark Valley Folks—M :30 Bill Harrington—M :45 Spotlight on a Star :00 Ilonnel Girl:; Corps.—M ::>.() Riders of t'ne Purple Sage :()() Magic Rhythm 1:30 Trio Time :45 News. Hume Ec/ition Saturday Oct. 9 World Series Football r;::;ne: ansas aylor .ball game anvwhere. attendance rec- game are cer- It may well be ever to see a Mississippi the past two that must stop. Mississippi. Princeton at Pennsylvania: No chance for a repeal of that startling Princeton victory of two years. Penn. Skipping over the rest in a hurry: Friday: Alabama over Duquesne. Colorado A M over Denver. Detroit „-- --.-------.., over San Francisco. Villanova I Cormick, a /irhitn over batter, playi Coil 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or SOB FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile » Rubber ROY ALLISON Phone 280 O/arks goes to Ada, Okla., for a meeting with East Central Teachers. Arkansas State goes against Kansas Slate of the Big Seven Conference at Manhattan, Kas., Saturday. Other non-conference names will find Little Piock Junior College entertaining the Connor, Okla., Aggies and'Ouachita play- iiiiJ host to East Texas Baptist. Tech is favored to trim Mn;;- l.iri i bant. There you Whether it establishes "guilt" you may decide for yourself. When Franklin IX Roosevelt nominated Frankfurter for the sii- nreme court in 1 !>.'!:'). Felix brought Dean (.!. Aehesnn lo the heariii;. 1 :; of the Sena!" Judiciary Committee as his counsel, lie was the first- nominee f^r tie;; eo'.irt who ever a mouthpiece. It though be con> be a defendant. bee;ime uiuler-secre- anil a supporter of also a Frankfurter Slate Department. Yalta with the en- I!. s wrote thai Rnosc- Felix had been Inh" a .job on (he cum and he was in crush on Morris the just as to- thc over Miami (Fla), Wichita over They may be able to jam many as iia.OOO into thc stands day. Playing the percentages to hilt. Manager billy Southworth will shake up his lineup and baiting order, trying to get more righthander power into action against the southpaw Bearden. Earl Torgcson will come out of thc starting order, with Frank Mc- veteran righlhanded ing first base. Bruce Conalscr, a rookie draftee finishing his first year with a.278 average, goes to center and Mike Mc- Drake. Saturday: East: Columbia over Yale, Dartmouth over Holy Cross, Pitlsburgh over West Virginia, New York over Brooklyn. Midwest: Indiana over Texas Christian, Kansas over Iowa State,!,. . , _.„ ,, ,. , Kansas State over Arkansas State. i lhp P lact ; ° r BlU , ^Ikelct, Marquette over St. Louis, Miami Soos out because he, too, is a fO» over Bradley, Nebraska over handed swinger Colorado, Ohio Slate over Iowa, L Manager Lou Boudreau of thc Xavier over Louisville, Iowa | Indians has .jccn making only one- Teachers over South Dakota State, j Change of late with, the pitching. South: Duke over Navy Florida ! Yesterday he had Alhc Clark in over Auburn, Georgia Tech over ' rl S' hl mstead of WaUy over Cormick moves over to left. That shoves Marv Rickcrt, Jeff Heath's sub, (o the bench. Phil Ma si, generally considered the Braves' No. 1 receiver, takes i the He hit one to thc right field corner for a double that started the Indians rolling to a two-run rally in the fourth. Boudreau's double was followed by singles by Hoe Grodon and Larry Doby. Each banv'd home p. run to thc dismay of a chilled crowd of 39.1)33. Even in the first inning, when Boston scored its lone run on Gor- I don's error and successive singles by Torgcson and Bob Elliull. Boudreau was the man of the hour. The Tribe's famous pickoff play was pulled by Lemon and Boucl- reau. In the fifth, after Dale Mitchell singled and was bunted to second. Boudreau sizzled a single through Spahn's legs, scoring Mitchell. That was all for Spahn, who was replaced by Barrett. Thc Braves kept nicking Lemon, getting at least one hit every in- who ning except the fifth and seventh. , ,. left- Washington Lee, Louisiana Texas A & M, Maryland over Virginia Tech, Mississippi State over Clemson, North Carolina over Wake Forest, Tennessee over Chattanooga. Tulane over South over "fr" 1 ln „,,„,. the lale innings, afler Spahn Judnich. In had Red However, they never made more than one in thc same frame after the first. When a walk to Salkeld and a single by Mike McCormick got Lemon in potential trouble in the sixth. Boudreau came lo his res- i fine double play grounder. cue by on Eel startin Stanky' Ljinia over George subject of Frankfurter Carolina, Vir Washington. Southwest: Arkansas over Baylor New Mexico over New Mexico A & M, Texas Tech over Tulsa. we return to Frankfurt- l''ar West: Nevada over North with Theodore Roosr-velt j Texas State, Oregon over Idaho, -mted report to Pre~i- ,Oregon State over Portland. Callam on the Bisbee depor- I t'ornia over Wisconsin. Hice over 1917. Theodore Roosevelt [Southern California. Utah over r.an and called him. cold, i ^' igham Young. Washington State Lruv. Bears 5:00 Take a Number— M !i:30 True or False — M (>:00 News. 5-Ktar Final 6:1:) The Week- in Sports 0:30 Robert lliuloigh— -M (;:•!/> Mel Alien, Siiortscast — M 7:00 Twenty Questions— M 7:30 Leave il to lhe Girls — M 7:5.1 .Stars on the Horiv.on R:0fl Life Bebins at i.!0— M 8:30 What's the N:;me of that .-, Soil!-,— M 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air— M 0:00 Korn's a Krackin' — M 0:30 Eddy Duelling Orch.— M 0:55 Mutual Reports the News .1:00 Sign Off Top Radio Programs,. New York. Oct. i) — i.T-i— BAck on the air tonight: CBS 7 New Jack Carson series. . . .NiJC 7:;:'> Jimmy Diirantc returns at a new lime. . •. CBS S Theater Hour, moved frojn * season it had Su)i- slnrts with "Ma- Marlene Dietrich Colbert, who illness. Dialing tonight: KBC— 7 Lavalle band; il Eddie Cantor: t'.:30 Heel Skelion: 0 life of Rilcy: :):3I) Bill Stern's temh anniversary. CBS— (j:. 30 Bob Crosby Club: 7:30 Mr and Jane Ace; 9:30 Spike Junes. ABC— 7:30 This is FBI: f! Break- '* ing the Bank: !) Boxing Rock Cas- teilani vs Walter C.irticr. wl in "Corn is i:" 7:1)0 Leave i; to the Girls; Lui'.iol Hampton: ! . Attorney Genera! Clr By AP The DeWITT MacKENZIE F-'oreinn Affairs Analyst .Ru.-sfans are pursuin showed ui) with w a s almost as sidercd himself Acheson later IK lar.v of si Alger Hi:-: plant in who w< nt feebled F ai o)( It told bin Living hi.'n I'D LET FOY DO IT « Level yards * Dig Post Hole* » Plow Gardens * Cut Vacant Lota » Also custom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. said to Feiix: "Your report is • as thoi-ijughlv misleading a docu- | incut as could be written on Uv i subject." j The. report was that of a media- ! I'on commission which President j Wilson bad appoint to investigate i tin' deportation of about 1,100 men from the copper mines of Bisbee. ' 'An/., hard by the Mexican border.! The whole region was in turmoil, j bad blood between the | and Iho Americans and' a terrible situation for of Mexican complexion indistinguishable from '.xieaiis. Some of them .' hostile to the United their American neigh- was hard to tell friend > 1. W. W.. or Indus- of the World, a pro- revolutionary rabble, had •i roi iy.ing .settlement.'-; • West where law-enforce- personal mat- Montana, College of Pacific San Diego, Montana State North Dakota State, Wyo- over Idaho State. Sunday; Rockhursl over St. Benedicts. Wins Thirst Batt!e Hot Springs, Oct. K Springs has won its thirst. With war-developed flexibk and borrowed pi cy pipeline was installed and into operation yesterday. WE HAVE .... Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, A REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texnrkana Rendering Plant Dial ;!-70l!3 i phone collect) If I\'o Answer Dial 3-r>770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near cjrade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 Weil 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all mokes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 12EO or 1£31-J Nisjhts and Sundays 119 Edsewood Hcpt Lei- Us Rebuild Your Oid or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaronteed" Furniture & Mottress Co. 606 N. Haze! Phone 357 If ikeie is vulgar pushl'utni : ; kept confidential. vexed about ib Tonuny Coreori!n Cork" as Koosov hi.s sissili Lite. Core in his lie would re; So lie lie i Morris, a | tiling liki had "read d man it (ii! w;. i- but normally achieved by a lion of respect for lav,'. In ' still is. The 1. W. W. moved l" liisbee ;.ud churned up the Vil- lislas and churned also the fear of Hie Villistas among the American.-;. Tlieie were hundreds of Germans •ins around course, were Notice to Sv/ee'lf 1 Potaio Growers Retivet Bu. of Ct Uie cr.-is . d I.K-i' cni-ii n tht in thern up put in sio Bailie m; een Tec Magnoli the IMuiubcc ai-. itu- fter it ui diq them be low- M. McWilHams Seed Store Hope, Ark. Ctyde B ctiun for suffered 'crafty strategy in the it;f their onslaught western democracies. i While the Bolshevists maintain Ithe struggle in the paramount Eui repean theatre at white heat, thus ; keeping thc attention of the West- ieni world centered there, they are : intensifying their assault on Asia. JAiul thfngs on the whole are going 'badly for thc defense in that vast iaren which houses jhatf the population of the j Thc most important and ! contested country, is ; C'himi. The Chinese ; claim their political isr jhitioiiship to that of (Asia also is vital, as |has pointed out many ajvilal that in the long 1 the last of the city's inn , /oirs reached the critical ; ' 11 level. Drain on the dwindling supply was relieved by cutting off laundries, hotels, restaurants and other large water users. That action kept the city from going thirsty until the emergency pipeline began pouring l.oOll.odil gallons of water a day frojn Lake Hamillon into the city reservoir. Water System Manager Ralph Teed said the amount would supply only the city's minimum require- j ments and that the large users- icould not be cut back into the' j.system until rains refill the rcser- j i voirs. | The city now lias completed and ! 'ep:i- i ready for filling bv fall rains a' new reservoir which il hopes will | prevent future shurlaiiges. more than globe, fiercely of course Communists i*: lias no re- Moscow, but 1)1|10 ithat is pure fiction and one of the ]'. 1 ^:,," 1 l, c ! 1 ?. L :, I °. (11 !;; imost dangerous pieces of Red 1 j propaganda in circulation. The Chi- TT.,,,-,";,, M " ( i 'i . i 'nose Communists are working 1-amine threatened last week ih . uu , in ,, love wllh tnc v !ussia ,, Bolshevisms. Thai being so, look at this: October 15: A foreign affairs subcommittee of thc U. S. House of Representatives submitted a report which described China as "the decisive area" in the struggle between Communist Russia and. the Western democracies. October 5: AP Correspondent Spencer Moosa reported from Pel- ping "there is a growing relief in j tins North China city thai the (Chinese) Communists are over the hump in their plans to dominate all China." October (i: A dispatch from Nan- king announced that Chanychun. bim-rly contested capital of Manchuria', had been abandoned by the Chinese, nationalist government in face of the attacks by Red Chinese lurces. Meanwhile southeast Asia —Burma. Malaya. Indonesia. French Indo-China —is seething \vilh Com- !:...'nist insi.iiivd rebellions. It's a L; rim and dangerous situatien fur democracy. Well, why doesn't someborh 'something about it'.' Don't •Western democracies realise t'n.reat'.' i They most certainly do is ;i liiv.il lo what can ibout it at this junetii i s the vital theatre of th' That's v.here the V, i be the Armageddon where mocracies wit! make their sU'iid. China may indeed by th cisivo /one. But not all the Asiatic area can be defended ([Uately right now. As for Nationalist China, House subcommittee recommends ! that she get both greater financial | aid and oulrighl military assis- ' tance, mainly rifles and other simple equipment. That proposal still has to be dealt with. However, the fact that if America went all out in attempting to bolster the entire Asiatic theatre, the strain would be too ureat. It would run into endless billions ot dollars, and be a terrific drain on natural resources. In anv event, the most pressing front right now i;; in Europe. That must be held at all costs. By The Associated Press Phoenix, Ari/. •-- Arluro Bnrron, 145. Los Angeles. knocked out Bobbv Maloney. 14;;. Lo.: Angeles. Fall Riv 130. E:ist 1' George Ge'.'vin Portland. Ale 1(13, Portland, Mass.--Hobby ZoHo, 'roviiience, stopped 1-Ki. Montreal. I!. -•• 'li'iiry Ciiemel. topped Joe Reddick. Ilii), Paicivun. N. J. (i. The caribou is the only member of the deer family in which both the male and female are anllered. le U at Nov o, l i a p.''opo>e v.'ater bond issue and live-mi!) property tax to .secure th I[ Ibe issue is ;ii>pro\'ed. th money will Lie iisett to increase cu but L i n u UH powers have their big stake^ T'n.\ must hulcl t'ne Communist^ akn ' trie front which t'ne Rods now occupy through central Europe. Britain's master phrase-maker, Winston Churchill, pointed the matter up v, hen he remarked: "The fi-ontier of Asia (Russia! h upuii the Elbe." Thai's where the crucial from is today — on Germany's Elbe river.

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