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CltW TIRE SHOP < f J6V,Wf*t third M to 26 to 31 to 36 to _ it IS 8 to 25 o 30 31 to 33 36 to 40 ' On* sr .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 Thrle bays .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 TPBIUSS TIRES tabular prices ile -you wait :TIRE& SUPPLY ECR WORK IJB,— *Dlrt Moving lna. Call is •s-'^Ui'v i - TOM DUCKETT " ..Phone ad* Into lnn«n»rta| k QuarintM* •:*<Hi«-O«y Servle* - MB 'Mottran €•.• - Incomt/^nd avallablr front f> 'if 1 " *"»<» ' ATE$; - NluM'Ber ' On» thrle "Six On* Of Word* Day bays : Days MorVh ' 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.58 12.09 13.50 15,00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t time 75<i per Inch 3 timel ', 60c per Inch 6^ times , SOc per Inch ' RofeJ Quoted above are for con- Meutiva insertions, Irregular or skip- dote ads Will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, TH« publishers' reserve th« right to revise or edit all advertisements offered^, for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising tub- mltled ,; . . . Initials 6t one or More letters, flroups or .figures such as house or telephone numbers' count as 'one word* The Hope Star will not bo responsible -for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY .the ONE Incorrect Insertion.. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Political The Star is authorized to an* nourice that the following are candidates for public office subject to the-action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIG For Sol* SAND, (3raVei, topsofl, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. ' March 15-1 Mo. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bHng Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Fdneral Home BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a. m Sunday School Mrs A. B. Rerger, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo. Funeral Director! OAKCREST - Funeral Home. Insurance . .'. Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELlUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service, Phone 7-5570: or 7-8505. -.- . ••.-•-, 23-1 Mo. YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo. QUICK sqle—10 used TV sets. All popular makes. Priced from $75 to $125. See 'Pod Rogers or Doyle Rogers. Phonb 7-2759. 24-tf BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work Cobb Mattress Co. 816 South Washington. Phone 7-2628. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361, .'.-.,., 10-1 Mo, FOR-water well service, any size or depth, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write O., T. 19-tf INCOME tax services, 30 years experience. Frank d DuShane. Of fice at Oaks v Court. Phone 7-5883. 7.*. .^^"'^zrrcsK^ MO. Highway «7 W««t LUCK'S > FURNITURE CO. pf f CJty Limits Wut' |',\y*fer Barrel* for Sale ! 7-4384 Hope, Arjci IWERS L.V.'iii^ir 1 : - i v t *t w™"" 1 — g r^_ w S«ot Coven Seat Covers *\ForJ Most .Cars GLASS Ifallea for any make «twk y also cut letops, WASHING MACHINE repairs. We repair all maHes.' Appliance Repair. 210 East" 3rd. 1 Phone 7-2809; , "'I"•„:, ..,. March 2-i Mo ,„.,, J.TAX ser*'Horace -Samuels. 101 E. Division. Phone'7-3706. March 15-1 Mo. CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital.; -Reasonable monthly rales. Quiet : 'Neighborhood. Catering to -Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact. Ouachita County Hospital, 'Camden, Arkansas. Phone .Temple 68325. " April M Mo. For Rent PNFURNISH.ED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden, 812 W. .4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 W,est Avenue B, Phone 7-3698. is FRESH WHITE RIVER . FISH li Miles out on VVcishington Hy . FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 30-6t BARGAIN — 2 bedroom home located V* mile from Laneburg on 2 acres. Butane,and electricity. Fenced.chicken yard. School bus and mail route -by door. .Good garden spot. Contact SM Jones/ Route 6, Prescott,, Arkansas.'3,0-4t 1954 FORD Crestline, 4 door,,'Ford- omatic Drive, White side walls, low mileage, will sell reasonale. Call Mns. -Donal Parker, 7-2363. 30-3t Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Compe- tpnt and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. . lg tf LEAVING'April 4th, for Detroit, Chicago, vicinity. Take one woman passenger References required and • exchanged. Call Washington, Phone 4. l-2t MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I, M. Manning, Paltor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School S. J. Johnson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. yVIIMamS,, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School L. C. Wyatt, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 9:30 p m. Baptist Hpur oyer Station KXAR. RISING STAR BAPTIST Revl W M. Epby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Ambers Dunlap, Supt. 1.1 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U, 8 p. m. Evening Worship CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, . Paster . 9:45 a. m. Sunday«£chool Mrs. Myrtle Richardson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Y. P. W. W. 8p.m. Evening Worship Indians Look Anything But Like Champs By FRED DOW N United Press Sports Writer The Cleveland Indians may be favored to wn the American ->eagiie pennant again but today hey're' the No. 1 disappointment to the grapefruit circuit. Eager to make a good spring showing and wipe out the memory of their World Series performance *ast October, the Indians have lost 0 of their 15 exhibition 'ncluded are four losses games, in five games'with the Chicago Cubs and six losses in 10 contests with the New Yprk Giants. A muff o f a fly ball by left- ielder Ralph Kiner, a mental miscue by, third baseman Al Rosen and Bobby Avila's ninth-inning error enabled the Giants to come rom behind three times and gain yesterday 's 1 2-1 1 triumph, mike arcia, Art Houtteman and Don Mossi all were hit hard as the Hants pounded out 16 hits inclua- ng homers by Hank Thompson and rookie Gail Harris. In Charleston, S. C., meanwhile, DeMarcoand Saxton in Title Bout By BOB HOOBING BOSTON (ffl — Tony DeMarco's chances of winding the welterweight boxing title from champion Johnny Saxton .tonight depend largely on whether the local slugger can prove he's hot a bleeder. The healed knot of cartilage over DeMarco's left eye arid the chin . a sparmaje cut last December could be. decisive in the 15- round battle for the 147-pound crown. The Boston. Garden fight will not be televised .or broadcast. DeMarco, No. 3< challenger, has escaped eye cuts in his past five bouts covering 32 rounds. But in lis warmups for a scheduled December meeting with Joe Miceii, le was gashed.along the ridge of lis chin and the fight was canceled. Since then he's had a 10-round nontitle draw with lightweight champion Jimmy Carter, from which he escaped unscathed. Paddy DeMarco opened a cut over Tony's left eyebrow in October 1953, which Wilbur Wilson and Baseball S^ff^ --- r 1 «. ~., ..i^u,.,,,,..i.,. uer iapj, wnicn wuour wiisua ana Bob Porterfield virtually clinched! Cprlos Cjhavez resiliced. Stitches LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Ella Rice, Supt. 11 a. in. Morning Worship .6 p. m.'B. T. U. 8 p. m. Evening Worship 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. E. M. Nelson, Supt. BETHEL AME CHURCH Rev. Wlllard Leake, Pastor 11 a. m. Morning Worship Music by Church Choir 6 p. m. A. C. E. L. A special feature is: The spelling Bee. an opening day mound assignment »vith a strong performance as the Washington Senators beat the Cin- innati Eedlegs, 8-5. The Brooklyn Dodgers opened up i 3-1 spring edge over one of their :ey National League rivals, the Milwaukee B ra ves, when four iValks and Sandy Amoros' single n the sixth inning produced a 3-2 victory. Pete Wojey, Bob Darnell and Tom Lasorda held the Braves to nine hits. Two of the-spring's most promising rookies were hit hard at Clearwater, Fla., where the New York Yankees and P hiladelphia Phillies played a 10-10 tie in 12 innings. Johnny Kucks of the Yankees, impressive in three previous outings, was rocked for six runs in five innings while Jim Owens, highly-touted Philly rookie, was clouted for nine hits and seven runs in si xframes. Bill Skowron runs in six frames. Bill Skowron for the Yankees. Billy Hoeft and George Zuyer- ink"'collaborated in a five-hitter to lead the .Detroit Tigers to a 9-3 Carolyn E-. James of Mineral Springs died at her home Wednesday, March 30. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. For Sale or Rent •FOUR ROOM HOUSE on- 3 lots, large garden. All utilities, near Schooley Store, old Highway 67 East. See Bob White, 7-2121. 29-3t The U. S. match, industry-produced i2V6' billion books of matches a year, Real Estate Wonted THREE ROOM furnished apartment with bills, paid. Phone 72205- 30-3t FURNISHED 2 room apartment. Electric refrigerator. Garage. Mrs. Judspn, 220 N. Elm. 30-3t UPSTAIRS Furnished apartment, two rooms with large close(. PrJyate bajth. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3688. .-,.'»' 30-31 LARGE south bedroom, inner scr- ing rnattress, private bath and private entrance, 801 South Main, 7-5837. • 31-6t WANT TO SELL? Have Clients desiring these properties— 1. Vacant Hw'y. business location 1 or established Service /Station. 2. Good 3-4 room house-lease or buy-in City "..' ' \ 3. Ranch consisting of 2000 acres or more. 4. Suburban homes, small farms. STROUT REALTY AGENCY Leonard G. Wright, Broker 600'West 3rd Street. Hope, Arkansas Phone • 7-4026 31-3t Help Wanted Joe B. Trotter of Los Angeles,. Calif., has arrived to attend the funeral of his iather. Jack Trotter. . - . There will be aurally at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sunday, April 3. The pastor is asking all members to do their befit. Rev. T. J. Rhone, pastor. IfpeStar Real Estate for Sole WE have ^buyers for Ranches, Farms, Timberland. List with us today. Salesmen, Bill Routon, Floyd Fuller, ChaS. F. Baker. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 So. Main St. PR 7-4691 23-6t NEW LOW PRICE — owner says sell it; three bedroom house newly papered and painted. Hardwood floors. Plenty closets, built- in^. Two corner lots. Within Vfy block of Brookwood school. Small down payment, balance like rent. GREETING INSURANCE COMPANY Re,al Estate* Insurance Loans Phone 7-4661 30-3t RAWLEIGH DEALER wanted at once in S. Hempstead Co, or Hope. Good opportunity. See Cdrwin Crow, I^oute 1, Box 30, Nashville., Ark. or write today, Rawleigh's, Dept. AKD-6-1'1-105, Memphis, Tenn. . 1-lt SPECIAL — for $500 you can move in 6,TOom home, 3 "lots for. lawn and garden, no repairs needeS payments $35 month. Total Price 106 COMPANY Main 30-3t Salesman Wanted ,:WANTiD THE B. P. GOODRICH CO. has opening irj Ark^niajs, "" staring salary gnd bonus. will V pjd regula aning pfrio benefits for ad- Star, giving .experience. ' "' 31-3t Southern Clubs Hove Little Bettqr Dqy By The Associated Press Southern Association clubs fared badly at the hands of exhibition game ppponents yesterday as three squads movgd toward home from spring training sites. Denver overpowered. Chattanooga 9-0 at Winter Garden, Fla,, Pueblo defeated Mobile 5-1 at Verp Bpach, Flq., ?nd Ft. McPherson walloped the defending . champiop Atlanta Crijckei'js' 9-6 at Atlanta. UfjfUjan'der Mike Dayne wus Denver's victim, alfowing hits fay the first nine men, to con^e up,, except for one who walked. Chat- tfi'npog^ broke camp afterwards and headed home to face the New York Yankees Monday. Mob.ile got its lone run in the fourth inning on singles by Ed Lindsey, Don Demeter and • Ken Pflasterer. '•' I Righthander fijll. Rowland .gave up qnly qne h.»,t| during the first fpyr innings on ' Awards for Various Departments HOLLYWOOD (UP) — The 27th annual Academy of Motion Picture Arts' and Sciences awards last night included: Best documentary short — "Thursday's Children" (British). Best documentary, feature "The Vanishing Prairie." Best sound recording — "The Glenn Miller Story.' Best cartoon — "When Magoo Flew." Best one-reel short subject — "The Mechanical Age." best two-reel short subject — "A Time Out 'of War." (Biitish). Best special effects — "20,000 Leagues under the Sea." Best film editing — "On the Waterfront." Best black-and-white costume design — "Sabrina." Best color costume design — 'Gate of Hell." ( A Japanese) black-and-white art direc- : 'On The Waterfront." ca. Hoeft pitched three-hit ball for six innings and Zuverink. added two perfect frames before the Red Sox scored all their runs in the ninth.' Ivan Delock, Boston's starter, yielded all Detroit's runs, The Pittsburgh Pirates' six-game winning streak was ended when the Baltimore Orioles score a 3-1 victory in the opener of a double? header at Daytona Beach, Fla., but "'Manager Fred Haney's spirited crew bounced right back for a 2^0.decisiqn in the second game: Erv P.a]ica and Saul Rogovin star^ red on the mound for Baltimore in the first game while Roger Sawyer and Elroy Face tossed a two-hitter for second game. Pittsburgh in the were required in--each case. Tony has been unbeaten in 16 bouts over the past 21 months -but-Jhe cuts have given him '•'- some bad moments. Of four setbacks in DeMarco's 43-fight professional career, two came . on technical knockouts ba- cause of bleeding.. "They tell me he cuts easily and bleeds pretty freely," Sax^on said with more than passing interest when he arrived in town. But Demarco's manager Rip Valenti says those' days are gone: "Sure Tony got cut but he's learned a lot sinpe then. Lots of good fighters have been cut early in their careers but after they learned a little about defending themselves (they .never got cut again." •It will be the first title defense for Saxton, the 24-year-old New York Negro, since winning, the championship from Kid Gavilan in Philadelphia last October. His two intervening, engagements were a split decision over Ramon Fuentes and a loss to Middlweight Ron Delaney. Odds ranged from 12-5 to''2-1 on the- charnpion only 3 week after they had Ibeen p-5 and pipk 'em. By The Associated Prrss Pittsburgh (N) 6; Baltimore (A 5 Washington A) 4; Cincinnati (N) 3 Boston A 6; Philadelphia (N) 4 St. Louis _(N) 3; Chicago A 2 Milwaukee (N) 3; Brooklyn N 2 Cleveland (A) 14; New York N 11 Cincinnati (N) "B" 11; Buffalo IL) 2 WASHINGTON, (Urp)—The Gonn munist Party has died "of natural, causes" in Mississippi. Bep. Thomas P. O'Neill, St., (D-. Mass.), after studying a state-bj« state breakown of 1951 CorfniiK nist Party membership on exhijptt before the House rules committee yesterday asked Rep. William M., Dolmer (D-Miss.): "What did yoU ever do about that one Commur.i^* down there in Mississippi?" "Oh, she died,"' Dolmer said. '. . .Of natural causes, I had bet* ter say, or someone will accuse ui of a lynching." :•• Best tion Best color art direction —"20,000 Leagues .under the Sea." Best color set decoration —"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." Emile Kuri.' Best black-and-white cinematography — "On the Waterfront." 'Bost color cinematography — "Three coins in the Fountain." Best direction "On the Wi terfront," Elia Kazan. Jockey Sees Great Horse in Nashua By JOHN CHANDLER NEW YORK W) — Eddie Arcaro, the nation's No. 1 stakes jockey, thinks .Nashua is capable of- be^ coming as great a horse as Cit3' tion — maybe even greater. But, said Arcaro today, the future' book favorite for .the Kentucky ^.perby still has to prove it, and he •• would rather withhold the superlatives until he sees what the Belair, stud beauty does in the Derby and the other triple crown classics,; Justiin from Florida, where he piloted Nashua to a thrilling victory Saturday in the $148,750 Florida Derby at Gujfstream, Arcaro awaits the opening of the New York season tomorrow at Jarnai- Best Bost story ''Broen La,ce." Stroy and screenplay — for At- but the spld^iers jvmped him far two runs in the fifth and feur more in the sixth. pirminghqm headed home, from Qpaja, F|a., to preMrp IOK'^ clash with the parent New York Yan- kegs §atur4ay. The 'On The Waterfront." Best screenplay — "he Country Girl." Best Musical score — "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." Best dramatic score — .—"The High and The Mighty." Best, song —"Three Coins in the Fountain." Best supporting actress — Eva Marie Saint, "On the Waterfront." Best supporting actor — "Edmund O'Brien, "The Barefoot Contessa." Best actress — Grace Kelly, "The Country gril." Best actor — Marlon Brando, "On the Waterfront." Be.st picture — "On the Wjrter front." er Buc,ky,Harris' move in trimming the Detroit Tigers squad at Lakeland, Fla, Outfielder George Bui- lard was assigned, tp the Travel- , . took the day off after ''• arriving from their FJprjcja camp. Little Roqli prated, by ers. A drive tq se}l 50Q.OOO tickets to Little Rock games, meanwhile ha.§ failed to reach the halfway 'ma&. The: Travelers, in financial dis- tresjf, were hoping Ja u.B.e, money from pre-season s$le| to guarantee that they will b* »bl» to finish the ?esson, The, "Certainly,. I've got to be awfully high on this dude, but it's a little premature to try comparing him with Citation. We know what Citation could do. He would smother his field. "Now this Nashua, he could be anything — nobody can tell what the future will bring. He's not as good as he will be later — he won't level out and do his best — just enough to win." Acaro pointed out that last August' when Nashua defeated Summer Tan by only a neck in the Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga, he should have won easily. Nashua beat the same coid by a scant head in the Belmont Futurity, In the Flamingo at Hiale^h in February, Arcaro had to go to thp whip to beat Saratoga by a length and , a half. Last Saturday, after Nashua took the lead frpm First Cabin in the stretch, Blue Lern ranged up to challenge. Arparp wasjforced to bo to the bat gfi^in to sgueeze out a victory — by' a necki, "He should dp it easy -r but he onU. Nashua .has a terrific "will to w^n. When a horse comes up to him,; he won't let him pas?. "IJ might be easy for N§sh,uj, but it's a helluva, strain 99 me, trainer Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, own<jr WiU^jn Wqad^ard 8 tVd. a.nw one • who's connected with the colt.r Ft. Monmouth Workers Clepred WASHINGTON W— The Army says if has cleared 27 , of 35 Ft. Mfanmouth^ N. J., civilian employes .who] had been sugpendjjd as suspected security risks: the other eight have been fired, according to Army records. The Pentagon disclosed last night the completion of action in the cases of the 35 workers who were suspended under government (loyalty! procedures. The Army said all 27 of those cleared were reinstated but that" three later quit. Charges by Sen. McCarthy R- Wis) that ~ espionage was widespread at Ft. Monniouth, an Army Signal center, figured in his row last year wi{h Army officials. McCarthy, then chairman of the Senate Investigations subcommittee, claimed Army officials tried to get him }o drop his probe of Monmouth. Denying this, Army officials tried to get-him to drop his probe of Monmouth. Denying this, Army ojtficials said/they' wanted' a different kind of.-an .investigation than McCarthy was running, Legal Notice IN THE CHANGER Y COURT OP HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS NASHVILLE FEDE1RAL SAVING it LOAN ASSOCIATION ..:...:... PLAINTIFF • vs. " ; .. '.'••••, , JAMES L. HOOD AND CLARA L. HOOP AND MORRIS J. FRANCIS' AND 'JESSIE E. FRANCIg ..„;.:,:... DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that the u.ndersigned,,:COmjydssioner in chancery, will, pursuant 1 , to the order of the . Chancery-: ; Cpjirt of Hernpstead County, Arkansas, rendered on the 7th day of March, 1955,' in a cause therein pending wherein Nashville Federal Savings and Loan Association is plaintiff jmd Ja'mes L. Hood, Clara, L. Hood, Morris J, Francis and Jessie. E. Francis are defendants, on the 16th d^y of Apr;], 1955, pffpred for sale, at public auction $t the East door of the courthouse in the city of Hope, Hernpstead County, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder thjp fallowing lands and property in the cqujnty of Hempstead. Stat« ot Arkansas, to- Wit; , :• - S Beginning at the NW-corner of the NE-4 o| th^ 5W4 of Section 35, Towfl^hip ; 9 gp^yi, Bsngei , 25 W? st, th?nce South 209, *foet, th«npe West 41f.?4 feet, thence North 209 f«ei, thuftse East ^.8* feet to point •olgbegjnning con.? acrf?, m|r. t : qr' lelss, !»U it) the NE^orner of the of tj>e SW^'oJ Sectioi} 35, Township 9 Soujh, R^ngc 25 w' saj, wj}l be, h»id betwetn hours o| 9:00 ft» th« forenoon "' «ad Natural Bridge to arches; across a 2T8-fopt ?P?n at * height of 309 * dle tyf U. S, <jnd *• , adulj ii\ thj m»tpt»M • "jp',ttn- afternoon P f - ter IN LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures.. Allen Electric Co. 114 South Elm Phone 7-2629 ARE OUR BUSINESS We specialize in effective termite control. If termites are the problem, we have the answer. There's no charge for an inspection so call on our long experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. 1032 Main Street Phone 1057 ARKADELPHIA ARKANSAS FIRST CWOICE WITH HOMEOWNERS WHO FOR EVERY PAINT JOB Indoors or Outdoors! There's a colorful, top quality. Dutch Boy paint, enamel or varnish for every painting job. BILL WRAY SUPPLY South Walnut trips are easier by MO-PAC BUS H*r*'s only on* of MO-PAC'i many DAILY travel convtnlencts Convenient Through Buses ST. LOUIS '19 •ip Plus (ROUND TRIP) -•^^ ~**$^&?<r^"^\ . • Relax. .^ iay» driving ilrain, travtl dollari, tool \ P.S. Call your aami about lh» n*w low-cot! MISSOURI PACIFIC PASSENGER STATION Phone PRospect 7-2651 A/way* o*k for a MO-PAC BUS TICKET FOR SALE Hope Star Building Lumber 4 168 168 210 20 500 400 2, 4'000 20 600 Bd. Ft. 6x6 12 feet 144 2x6 20 feet 3,360 2x4 8 feet 2x4 4 feet 2x6 14 feet : ............ 280 2x4 Lin. Ft. Random Lengths 334 2x12 Lin. Ft. Random Lengths ..:.. . $Qj0 Bd, Ft. 1x3 qnd 1^6, etc; !..... 2,000 Bd; Ft. Rough 1x8, 1x6, etc. 4,QOQ 2x4 14 feet. :.., 186 | Ft, 1x6 Center Match. .... lump $i|m Price $500 This is Its; than $25 per thousand Lumber StqckjBd pn Uot But Npt Cle^rHiJ'-of Noils HOPE STAR * ItONWI 1 WHfiM PEOPLE use MY THINGS IF THIS HOUSE WERE RUN THE WAV I RUN MY OFFICE/THERE WOULDN'T [Books and < ACROSS 1 One of "The Little Women" • •"Pho Challf" fi Hemingway's *0f -r-r- and the River" tjj "Something ' About- — " 13 Region |14 Author of the p> "Rubalyat" Answer to previous puzzle • -' A DOWN .1 Allot •"" A, B A T E S Ft E S 0 R T 2 Level Veroha" f* 4 Milk depot A 5 Sea eagle t: B E A V E R R E \* A 1 R E T £ S E A L. ^ P L. S *} F B A R l_ E 6 9 R 1 T E U E A 17 ^ M 1 T A C R R '*?• • *<'. >>.{ ••;-« F»' U R ff. T; E 15 N «*; B K A .T ,-;;. 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