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«r,.Vo «rV *' «?M»I^, s t i _> ••I*'' 15• j*. * A* K A444 A I MIIMi WM«r •*?r«M fer Wftftrft, CLASSIFIED f6 IUY M«nYU**d Shoes HOUSE from Post Office ,Gifts a Life Time select & Jewelry Of WdMt & to. 25 StW Is aU<h6rl«ed Id ftfr 4 tMat Jhe fdllawiiii-tr§ cam afitM to* imblic ,o<nce ubject to flivfttwn df th« election*: 50e pet Inch eon- If regular, or fW dtii-tiay TUiELESS TIRES ' atipopular prices WHEEL BAL whfte'Vou """" IR & SUPPLY COMPANY. - /Buy... STATE FARM MUTUAL <. tJ< jVi Contact. [ACE HUBBARD ' SirfrMb **MM DAVIS ;;, ft MttttNN Cfc Phoii* iom. ill 'tdtce All daily eioJslflfed, aav*ttlslni Will be oc«pf*d until S b, m. for publfcoften Jhe,followlno,doy. ™ tf* publlstok rt*?rS? ih5 y f!8Hf '»« rjvls* or edit oil advertltement* of- tefW -f6f T5QBll£a»tBft '6fid fb Telect AW., objeetlonobl* advertUJng »ub- mfTTffd . Inltloli df orte or fnflr* tetfkrt, or flgurts tueh as ,hou» or ie humben ibunt pi on* word. HoiJe Star Will not be CeJtiftr^ •ilbto fft wrfdU In W<J« AoY Urllctt Jff!<x*L. ore called, to . our attention Wt<r VlRSt InseH on o r f ad and thVn for ONLY the ONE fnefirYect InUrtfon. PHONE: PRb^PECt 7-3431 For Rent SIX 'room unfurnisKed hous'e. 8l2 / West 4th. $55 a month. Dial 72247. 10-tf NICELY' 'FURNISHED Ap'artm'eht,' ^private "bath, entrance, garage. ^603 We^st '4th, phOhe 7-4374. 13-61 I tffjflRN SHARES ./ jTt -/_«•* J,. J^iai, < i. (* ^ >un« * .BATES Wen OTiH0p§ ELECTRIC W«LDJNG ; inywfierel 1 ' Cill ft. Truck, *£•$ inyvifUrel-'Cil ••f «*jt« wurjcar, n k'"-.'.LHTr«fer repairs, t'W^.;.lnV a -r.«^ir 7 «|^r pMAV life Central Service Frcetlnspectioii 0»»«r* Operated by ***<-«^ I--.)-*, jps&Gd X •feUfif-V 1 - ^*ve*rf*« * ~» *irf >- / » Service 1 pftHcy * South Main St. M 7-3445 or 7-2772 Control Co. •^BONDED •-INSURED •GUARANTEED Fir Free Inspection Jr. 7-3791 UNFU.RNISHED garage apartment for .adults : Close-in: Phone: 7-5551. "RObiVl house. 27 acres, Mec- 'trlcity, d'deb Well, 1% milts OXit did 67 West. Th6ne 7-3759. 17-3t FURNISHED two room apartmerit, 'neW"ly decorated. Garage. No •children. - Mrd. Judsoh, 220 'N. Elm; . . • , . 19-tf APARTMENT for rent! Three rooms and bath, near 'Garland School Vaqant now. Unfurnished. .Call FOSTER REALTY'CO. 217 •So. Main St ± Hope, Arkansas, PR 7-4691. >20-3t fE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN'COMPANV ; May 9-1 Wo. MY HO'ME — one mile north ol Lewisville on Highway 29. T/h'r'ee Acres''of land, foiir room hous'e with bathroom and fixtures. Onfe •attic .fan, one window fan, two bedsteads with springs, two 'cotton mattresses, one dresser, o'tffc wardrobe, one bedroom, hfeater, one living room suite which?rioa- sis'ts of one divan, one platform TOcker; tWo Straight chairs, fin* •living room hater, one 17 Inci Emerson TV set, ohe rug. aM> 'dinin'g room set 'consisting df one- table, fdtir chairs, dne Tappan rangfe, ' ofie GE refrigeratdr. on/ •hatidnal' pressure coolter, on* rug, Well house with weH»pumj>, one Day and Night hot Water heater, one heating stoVe, one wa'sh'ing 'machine, two tiitts, one car house, one chicken 'hous'e and chicken yard, 9 head white leg" horn 'chickens, bne> 'automobile •garage good location, one rural mail 'box; This place is priced at $7;0000. Telephone 298-R-3. Carl Wilkerson, Lewisville, Ark, 16-fit Male Help Wonted SAL'ARY, car allowance, commissions and renewal's to sell a?:d train Others to sell lifetime : coverage hospital plan. Write A. T. Thompson, 212 Center, tittle 'Rock. PriJoy, May SO. 19SS .. ^^I^H^- ib jf^. >Bhk Cleveland York 21 16 befroit Bostdn . : ; :> Washingto'fl Kansas City Baltimore IB 11 .1821 17 15 .531 '41 15 19 .44*1 'fei IS 18 .4d& fei 12 19 Ml 9' 10 21 , ,323 11 Jim Heart* -First to Vetterday's Results (N6 games played) 'Cleveland fit Detroit (Night') •fems'as Cit'y ; at CHic'a'go : Night Bb'stoh at' Wa'shih'gHoh. (Night) Baltimore at New York (Night NATIONAL LEAGUE Irookly'n Jew York Chicago • ' t. Louis Milwaukee Pittsburgh 'hiladelphia W L Pet. GB 25 7 .781 17 14 .548 7'/ 2 15 15 .545 7>/i 15 13 • .538 8 17 16 .515 '&Y 2 Hi 20 ;355 13>/ 2 9 21 .300 15 By ED WlLKS Of The Assbcteted Pre'Js So guess who's the first National League pitcher to win six ga'M&s his seasdn. Roberts, Antorteili, Spahn, Ersk.ine, Newcombe? Nope, it's a guy named Jim Hearn, ttie right-hander ribbddy warited. He picked up No. 6 yesterday at Milwaukee as the New York Giants best the Braves 3-2 in the 6nly major league, game -scheduled. That edged the Giants into se'cohd blace, "three percentage ahead of .Chicago's Cubs. It .was,' .the fourth complete game for Hearn, who has lost two Only . Milwa tik ee 's Gene Conley find Philadelphia's Robin Roberts have completed five. .The Braves touched Hearn for 10 hits, but only two went for fcctra bases and he. left eight Stranded. After getting his 3-2 lead the 6-3, 200-pounder gave just four hits over the last five innings. Ih all, he fanned six and kept his errant control in check to walk only DEATH OF A L£<Jfitm Chapter Fbr that -$l20 from the Wirtston jobbery Jesse bought his own oeath warrant. GdVerri&r Th6rrias C'rittenndeh who in "1881 H9d just come into Missouri 1 : eXectitiVe mla nsion, Yesterday's Results New York 3, ,Milwaukee 2 '(Only games scheduled) Today's Games Philadelphia at Brooklyn (night) Chicago at Milwaukee (night-St. Louis' at Cincinnati night) New York at Pittsburgh SOUTHERN XssfabiA'f lo'ft'. tlanta ;ew Orleans !ir~mirigham Memphis 'aslWille Mobile ittle Rodlc 'W L Pet. GB 251'4 .641 22 14 ieil !>/> 21 16 .568 3 " 20 19 .513 5 19 20 .'487 6 11 26 .297 13 1127 .289 13 : dne. Leading Barters in the Majors By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 75 official at bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE „ „ G AB R H Pet Mueller, N.Y. 28 119 18 48 Campanella, Brooklyn signeH . (he. lethal paper. Crittenden. had.'Canipaigned for the gov- se"cpnd ernarshlp and Wdn.it smashingiy fioints on an unprecedentedly simple plat< form: "The solemn - dcitei'mrnation to overthrow anH to dfstroy tH outlawry in this state whose hea and front is the -James gang." Missouri law forbade the offer ing of more than $300 in rowan money. When the news of Winstoi 6nd Westphal's murder reachoc the state house, Governor Critten den summoned a secret conclavi of railroad - company heads to 'Jefferson City. One week "after the Winston robbery, he called in the press and released the . terms b the warrant Jesse had drawn with his own .pistols: A reward of $5000 for the capture of Frank and Jesse James and $5,000 for the Conviction of. ea.ch is hereby posted, it is understood that the railroads will supply the funds the wings. Curtain' time was 8 P.M. of the evening of September 7, 1881. The stage was twiee-famUiar, fb tlie veteran cast — fillle Cut near Glendale, Mo. Act Ohe was ' .403 Ycster'day's Results Atlanta 7, Mdbile 2 Memphis 6, Chattdnobga 5 Nashville at Little 'Rock, (Ppd, ain) Birmingham at New pd, rain. Orleans, SAND. > Gravel; jtojuoll. «11 dirt. Phone 7-43B2. 'A. L. Park. - • V • . • May.,15-1 Mo, FERTlLliER, ammonia, and ni- traM; gb j d8. 'Chea'p 'for cash. J v W. 'Sfti(iklan J d. '. lp*ril 21-1 Mo. TWO BEDftdOM'home 1%'block irom • Brookwood School at 819 'Efist' 5th'. 'Call 7^571'."' ' -28^tf SIX BE-DROOM. 2 i story house With 214 baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE^SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rl4 and Laurel.. Reasonably ''priced. See S. L. Murphy -for details. ... Today's. Games Mobile at Birmingham Little .Rock at Chattanooga Nashville at Memphis Atlanta at New 'Orleans •32 121 22 42 .347 Virdon, St.L. 23 91 19 31 .341 Schoendienst, St. Louis 28 .107 19 36 .336 Logan, Mil. 33 123 23 41 .333 AMERICAN LEAGUE Power, K.C. 34 93 22 37 .393 Kuenn, Det. 32 138 23 43 .391 Kaline, Det. 32 124 27 47 379 (Bauer. NJ.JY. 30 121 |31 40 .331 Vernon, Wash. 30 116 14 37 .319 HOME RUNS — Mantle, Yankees 11 Snider, Dodgers 11 Kluszewski Redlegs 10 Zernial Athletics) 10 Furillo, Dodgers 9. RUNS BATTED IN — Snider, Dodgers 36 Campanella, Dodgers 33 Zernial, Athletics .29 Ver- Awriings liTWO FRAME hbm'es, with acre' ' ., low doSyh paymeht. , SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Ph•one 7-376S. May 17-1 Mo. . . i i ' 1 < * 120 EEET waU fixtures. — fountain and back bar, cash ,register, booths foe sale, .at Byo'rs Drug. "Will be open Mbndby Snd Tues- da'y May 23-2i*. 3T. V. Rogers. " ' 18-4t Canvas Awnings "a'ifd lifetal awnings: Manufacture ' "vehetfSh ""blinds. 'Re'ribvating - old blinds. Rug 'Cleaning. ...... .... COOPER-BIJANKENSHIP FiJrm'erly Riley Cooper ' 1615 Texas AVe. Fhtffiis 32-1841 Texarkaha, Tex. Ma'jr l'4-l Mb. El Dorado Grjee'nville Hp't -Springs Pirie Bbuff Monroe Vicksbiirg St'AtES LEAGUlE . W L Pet. GB 13 9 .591 13 9 .591 13. 10 .565 1'2 11, .522 l«/i 11 12 .^78 2'/ 2 B 17 .261 712 BUGdY, in gooel condition, priced to sell. 212 E. 16th. Phone '•2436. ' • 18-31 20 GEESE for sale'. $2 each. W. Berlin, Jones, 3 miles East Patmos, Ark. ' :a-6t Community By .H.e'len TTifrner ,., Phone .7-5830 .: Or brlnq Ite'Hrt to MIA TurWr at Hlcki Funeral Home ^ ye«erd>y'R,. Rilsulis ' Greenville.. 3-7, Monrbe-*0-5 Piiie. ^Itiff 7, Vicksburg 2 Hot'Springs at'El Dorado, (ppd, rain,). ...... Today's Games El Ddrado at Greenville Vicksburg a"t Hot Springs Pine Bluff at "Monroe non, Senators 29 Furillo, Dodgers 29. RUNS — Snider, Dodgers 34 Mantle, Yankees 32 Bauer, Yankees 31 Smith, Indians 28 Kaline, Tigers 27 Dark, Giants 27, HITS — Kuenn, T ig ers 154 Mueller, Giants 48 Kaline, Tigers 47 Campanella, Dodgers 42 Eogan, Braves 41 Aaron, -Braves 41. ; . - . PITCHING (Based dn 3 decisions) — Newcombe, Dodgers 5-0. 1.000 Jeff coal, Cubs (4-0) 1.000 Ar ro yo , Cardinals 3-0) 1.000 Consuegra, White Sox (3-0) 1.000 Turley, Yankees 6-1) .857. For the first time in 15 years a real price had been put on Jesse's head. Judas Iscariot had hired oui for 30 pieces of silver. While the huntsmen prowled the orchestra pit, Jesse came out ol Legion Ploys Here Tonight The Hope Legionnaires will open their first game of the Reason tonight at 8 p. m. provided no more down pore of rain. Joe Barentine and Redder Huddleston will be starting pitchers for the Legionnaires. By The Associated Press St. Paul — Del Flanagan, 157, St. Paul, outpointed Al Andrews, 159, St.. Paul 10. .(Los Angeles — Petey Servin, 162, Los Angeles, stopped Govan Small, 158, Oakland, Calif., 10. ,renov»tlop. && inner- •prtaf work Cobb Mattrctt Co, SU**"" • • ••• 4-tr Mrfnigomery Market, Cm- tdn •laughtwinfc, Phon* 7-S3ai. 10-1 Mo. BETHEL AME CHURCH Rev. Willard LVake. I 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. E. M. Nelson, SUp't. 11 a. m. Morning Worship Sublet "A. Timely WK~ '• 6 p. m. A, C. E. -L. I^a' 8 p. m. 'Eve'ning Worship By..,Thei Associate^ pres* •AM'ERICA.N ASSbClXTlON Toledo 1 IJo'u'isvill'e '0 iMinrieaii>pirs '5 Omaha 2 ,Thdl6hapbiis '6 Charleston ; Q 'St. Paul at .rj'enver, pbst'p'on'ei Tort, \^orth 4 'SKrevepdrt 1 • Other ga'mfes postponed 2 tVichita ft), SibuSc City, "^ Des Moines 'e •Colorado Sprlhgs Dropo Denies Slap of Arkansas Lad CHICAGO (ff> — Chicago White Sox attorneys say that first baseman Walt Dropo denies slapping 14-year-old Tonimy Glover of Little Rock before the White Sox played the : St. Louis Cardinals in Si- Little Rock exhibition game last month. A $25,000 suit has been filed in behalf of young Glover against the White Sox and Dorpo. •Roy -J. Egan, White Sox attorney, said yesierday he doubts that Dropo or the White Sox can be served with a summons as long ias they are not in Arkansas. The pile bf cross-ties athw'art the rails of the 'Clcaj£6 '& Altbrt roadbed. The scream of the whistle, the lock of the drivers. T/he lough, bearded men leaping aboard the slowing ca'fs. ¥he eh ginee'r covered and 'escorted to {he express car by th'e ne'rv6ilsl$' blih'k- ing star of thft piece. ' But Act Two 'had 'Keen feWrilte'n by the leading man KimSeff. , Jn the deviation, Jesse withdr'e'W the second of Tiis 'rem'aining mistakes from fate's dwindling account - book. For the 'first time in the history of the play, and.for a reason known -tinlV to It's all- thor, Jesse introduced tHe 'Members of the cast to its :unwilllng audience, the 'engineer anil th'e express messenger. • "Allow me to introduce myself," ie drawled. "I'm Jesse {Tames." Then without Waiting 'for the applause: "This is my- brother, Frank "HEAVY "R'A'I'N STILLWATER, Okla., (UP) — Two Oklahoma A&M college stu-, dents caught a seven-pound carp" telegraph wires within 20 minutes James. The one with the big grin and the bad front teet'h is my dear cousin, .Wood 'frite. Thja't'-'s Cousin Clarence Hite With him This is Dick Liddell, Ed Miller and Charlie Ford." What possessed Jesse , in • thi moment of peculiar rashness cfin scarcely be imagined. Nothini could have been less typical o him. The only key was furnished many years later by the self-ef 'acing Jim Cummins. Speaking to a .Kansas City, reporter in answer o the question, quiet Jim look'ec lack across the years and said: "After Northfield, Jess was nev er the same. He got a little crazy think. We always figured he never got over running -out on Cole. Cole was really the smar nc, you know. Nobody else coiflc ver handle Jess after he was gone. We all thought a heap - 6i Old Cole." With his introductions made; esse returned to standard form or Act Three. Total gleanings from the second •lendale cutting amounted to only .2000 in cash and jewelry. The voluntary identification o'i ie gang's members was .on the on heavily traveled college avenue. The fish was apparently washed down from a campiis pond swollen by rain. of the -robbery. The gang reached the hideout at the home of Frank James 'outside Nashville Sept. 19. n '4 Pu'eblo 0 lift; PWM If 17 Jmmiy if, l»a» •t Th« ,. •11.14 South . JMMI, . ».»&, W, Hcimtr, Sw»t, Long Distance Moving. Moving Rates are not the Same, Call collect 892 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14.-tf BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E. Rev. T. J.' Rhone, Palter 9:45 a. m Sunday School Mrs A. B. Rerger, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship Special Mothers Day by the pas- 'tor. 6 p. hii Epwprjh League 8 p. m. Evening' Worship. PIAINO5 TUNED, repaired; rebui.lt, •workmanship guaranteed. Write H. D. Wbosley, Prescott, Ark. 19-6t Notic* Jess Mgrrjs for 'custom slaughter- Ing and cold storage at Community Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7.3478. April 22-1 Mo. JWRSFOB* (Oil "'In HtmpstMd, Ntvodo, - " ' .ijnd WU* ' Futwol OAKCREST Funeral Hpme. »t>c» .* . ', 'Arobul&iVc*, 2nd ft Ha itel . . ( jPhone 7-3123, 134 MO. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Hom^iadl BuVial Aiidcl7tion Prompt .Ambulance Service. Pboh* 7-55TO or 7-950*. WANTED — Experienced waitresg. Apply jo Person. Mac'a Restaurant, 400 B, Tliird or hbusb next HAWLEIGH DEALER wanted, at once in S. Ifempsteait "Co.,- 1 or •fJope. Good opportunity. See Cor- Viile, Ark., or write today, Raw's, AKE%Ml-ap§ 4 '(Memphis, MT. -JEI'O'N CM E CHUWCH t ,Rev. I, M. Manning, Pal'tof 9:45 a.m. Suhqajr School .S, J. Johnspn, : Supt A . 4 11 a, m. ^orqing Worship <J p. m. ppworth League 8p.m. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. j. c. Coby,, Paitor 9:45 a. m., Sunday School Mrs, .'Ella Rice, , Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. ,1 p, m. ' Evening Worshrp RISING STAR BAPTliT ftev, W W. 'E'rby, P«tor 9; 45 a. m. Sunday School Ambers Duriliiji, feiipt. " «. m. Morning Worship P. m. ». T. U, p. in. EVenink Worihip OARRETT-., CHAPII- f ^f.TT^T Rev, p, R, William*, f»aator 9:45 a, m. Sun'Say School L. c. Wyatt, §wjpit. L Jl a.^- j«. u Mornitiiif Worship p. ~~ w ™ :30 Howell Takes Over for Memphis Tteom By Th'e Associated Press , Dixie Ifowen., on ly player, op the, Memphis roster w'ho is older than the manager, 'took ' personal charge of halting .the Chicks' tailspin, arjd ; gittery -J-ack Cassini breathed 'mdr? 'eas'ily today. . Howejl,, 3,5-year-old righthander, walloped a h'oirier .last p'ight which Speedway Trfials Now Underway INDIANAPOLISUP) —Drivers will try to hit 140 : miles an hour tomorrow and Sunday in time trials on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway whfere Jimmy Sn'yder supposedly reached the limit in 1937 at 125 mph: . Twenty-five positions 'are open in the 33-car starting field for the $9th annual 500-^rnile race May 30 Dnly eight qualified in 'gusty winds la'st weekend^ the fastest a record 142,58 for ,the 10 miles by Jack McGrath of Inglewood, Calif. The average for the eight was 140,574. ! The slowest in the field was Apdy Linden i of Manhattan Beach, proved) 'th'e margin' of victory and I C r? lifl - at 13 9/098. He'll be the •(-.ifnUWrl '<U-™ "Jl-i.' "- ' • ~_ ^ ! .. 'Tibet Tn VlO KiiY^-i't^in^ •?*.»«. AV.-_ If pitched 'the cjistance as JMemp'his .ed'ged 'the CKa.ftariddga Lookouts 6-5 and snapped a losing streak at ,'five .gEime's. It was the fifth victory against fo'nly two setbacks for the fall h'urlbr a'nd served to calm nervous sk jp pe r Cassini who thought this tribe had lost the victory key. Memphis 'continued, to waste Hits The Chicks rapped Bill Meyer and' Al McCoy for 12 blows but desperately neede'd Howell's s'econd- inriJng homer with 'the bases empty and a sirnilar clout in tHe fourth by c&'tcher Henry Ddtterer with orie on, Atla'rit& ^ItferfeB its Sput'hern As- ; r fifth ' Ft m«U Htlp Wantt d PF GOO IN CHRliT Ud. o. N. D.nnl», P.Vor '|:45 ». mi Syntjay Schpji} . MyrtH Rl<!hf rdspn; jSw i a. m. t Mentor Wotimi up, m. V. IP. W. w, r ., v, 'SM to l & games over aiea .New 'Orleans 'by -defeating Mbbife 1"2. Jt \ ' ' straight victory 'for ' put prove^l rather ctjsi thn-a 'baseman Bob |i,...«, ^ his-iwriBt,sliding--ihto^fe plaW'ih the Hthyi. Brrrtjln'gham >*tis r^fh^d put at^Nevv'Orlfeahs as was Nash"" a't. Little" first to be bumped from th'e lineup if 26 cars exceed that speed over the weekend. Best Fishing in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK I*) -The stat Game and Fish Commission rt ports fishing should be good in th following spots over the weekend IBoone County — Bull Shoal Lake, erappie. By GAVLE TALBOT NEW YORK (m— A : landing room crowd showed up at the local athletic commission to hear Jim Norris, president of the IBC, testify under oath that he had never in his life been told anything about a suspected boycott o'f Vince Martinez, this high-ranked New Jersey Welterweight, because he dumped his manager Bill Daly. Then .the corwd remained to become' absorbed in the details of one of the most amazing publishing ventures since the invention of/papyrus. 'On the stand was Ray Arcel. Pack in 1953, he pro'mo'tecl a series of ,34. highly successful Saturday night 'cards in cities all over the country. Also, he got hit over the head from behind and spent six weeks in a Boston hospital. In the .course of his promotions, Arcel handled a lot of heavy television sugar, arid that was where he found himself in the publishing business up tp his neck. He told of having spent $17,000 for advertising in one 'magazine alone. This lucky periodical turned out to have been the now-defunct International Boxing Magazine, which during its brief career claimed a circulation of "about When Frank returned from a \ s'collt iritb Nashville and reported that William Pinkerlon himself tyas in the City, the long-delayed frisaffec'tioh set in. Charlie Ford was the first to go, dlsapp ear ing without saying goodby, during the night of ^ 22nd. Clarence and Wood Hite followed 24 hours later. Dick Liddell -was next to depar't. He told Jesse {hat the Kites had gone to the 'family hideout in Kentucky and ihat Ford was heading for his Ray County, Missc-Uri, farm. Ed Miller, brothe'r of the dead Clell, studk it but until that night, then ahnoiiriced that he, too, was cutting his stick. Jesse looked at him a long time, finally 'nodded. Even in .his last den, the Clay County wolf .had a plan. He had Already let too many of the pack- get away RUNNING Loose as they Vete, their howling was bound to be 'heard sooner or later. This last one of 'the'm to leave had better be followed. It was the least a man could do. No use leaving Ed take to the woods alone.. Or get off by himself where he could start to yapping. For Frank, he had a parting" Jiece of -advice, one that rang a c ingular note' of dark prophecy. "You'd best stick here, Buck. Things are going to pop up yonder, I'll get in touch with you. He and Ed crossed into Mis- spuri that same night, bound for he,'Sdmuel place in Clay County. Somewhere short of their hation, Jesse murdered Ed Miller. . -Early on the morning of the 25th, a- farmer who knew well saw him riding south of Nor- bbrrie, Carroll County, "with companion on a brown .._.„. Later Uia tsame day, the -farmer heard 'a man's body had been found in some blackberry bushes north o'f Norborne. He rode over and had a look. It was the man on the brown horse. • (To Be Concluded) Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 983 Lizzie Hayden, deceased Last known address of decedent: Rt. 3; Box 266, Hope, Ark. Date of death: January If), 1955: The undersigned was appointed* administratrix of the estata of the abpve-.named decedent on the 19th dajr of. April, 1955. ..All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them-, duly Verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the Tirst publication of this notice, or they, shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. Legal Notice •N0:^732 PONTIFF BOAED OF DIRECTORS „. ,,^ COUNTY LEVEE DISTRICT Not DELINQUENT LANDS AND MARY WILLIAMS, ET AL DEFENDANTS -Woticfe 'OF SALE 'GlVEtf, That in Accordance with the decree NOTICE IS £i h y& ! & S££*iL9gS& ^ al d? e ^l 7 3 2 i, enterc d on the 17th da . ,, ay of May, 1955, the, undersigned will, as Commissioner of said Court ffer for sale at the, Jron.t pif |ast *door .of the 'Court House in HeW stead County, Arkansas, /between ;fhe hours 'fixed by law for judicial sales, the -lands hereinbefore, deferibed, said lands being sold for the delinquent, taxes; due fHejfripstead' lievee District No. 1, for the years 1951, 1952 and 1953, ;al s>t Wuv.irf tHe above/mentioned decree, ihere being set opposite each of Said tracts 'of land, the name of the supposed n\vnnrR- • rr owners: NAME TOWN OF: FULTON, '- ,,,./,-.$)$&RIPTiON A"1ltO"A'O ' • • Mary Williams .;.., N^'tot-J. Block 2 H. Jones :..„..•....?.;:, 'Sm Cot 1. Block 2 Saturday.nijghtj May $1, sponsored IJy the senior choir. The public is invited. jusjjer boarjl o| the Green- prgsept Funeral service Mary C.hur^h. of Stamps will j>a'gearvt • a.t th'e v ght. May 2\ f Zlon," Because e tyke this . . Churctj Saturday boar this rd in time to ?Jhip of city. The pujbHc Is invited, a?4 Around the Bradley-r-Ouachita River bream Clay — All lakes, bream. Cleburne—Red River, rock bass joggle eye bas's, erappie, catfish Chlcot — Lake Chicot, bream D.esha — Silver lake, bream Faulkner—Lake ConWay, bream Garland —Lake Hamilton, blacl bass; Lake Ouachita, erappie bream.. l^ee—Big ;.Creek, (Midway Old River, Whifeha}l old River, -bream Bea;r. Creek Lake, bream, bass, fcogan—Pa-rj s, Cove-and Blue Mountain .Lakes, bream, bass. L.onoke—CJear Lake, bream, . JWarionT-BulJ, Shoals Lake, crap pie; White River, smallmount Miller —First Old River, crap- Pie, Montgomery. — Lake Ouachita, bajs,., prappie. . Phillips — storm Creek, bream, biuis OJd TOYTO Lak.e. bream, frairie — White River, catfish, drum. 2,000." Its leading editorial light were members of the powerful managers guild, which controls almost all the fighters of note. "How much did you pay for eac page of advertising?" Commissio Chairman Julius Helfand asked a ie shuffled . through a copy of th 18-page magazine. "Fifteen hundred dollars," Arce replied, sounding as though h thought he had gotten a bargain How, Helfand wished to know had Arcel and the proprietors ar rived at such a rate. Didn't he know that other advertisers hac done considerably better than that at least one of them paying onl* $100 per page? "We just worked out the rate,' ArceJ said. "I don't know wha the others paid." It £11 came down, Arcel con ceded, to ; the fact that the boys Who ,supplied .him with fighters ihijug'ht their .guild should cut in .he gravy, an4 that he had "pro- nised" them $500 per fight. But, ie said, when it came timi tp land py'j!r the $17,000 r'epresentlhg he payoff oh 3'4 bouts, the guild lecided it didn't 'toa'nt 'the money, either jo cash or by check. In other words, Helfan'd >rompted the witness, the won- Ir6ns a.dyertisin8 rate, was ar- lye'd at Solely to pnable Arcel to Cinda Curd a 3 a rd 3eard Florence Ellis H. Jones Nancy Burkett Henderson .Tories .... Australia Aubrey .. Hervey Adams- Charity Thomas Andrew Riven J. C. Pate , P'aralee Wilson Henderson Jortes'.... Lee Helton .-:...% -Lot 2.-Block 2 ...: :..V...'3/5iLqt:3, Block 3 ,.........,.., Lot 5. Block 2 ....:......:..;Lp1S,.6'£: 7, Block 2 ..:. ..:...,,.^..\..i,rL'.6t 8, Block 2 .........v-Lo'ts fl,, ! t'o 13, -Block 2 .../•..-lidts. 15.'& .16, :j31ock 2 •;,-..,; N%-Lot 16. Block 3 ..:....'....'. Lots:.'8' tc 7, Block 26 ...r.:..«::.'. : .!-..--.-.;:-'Cot-1.3,«lock-29 : Lo'fsv.14. I5'4t 16,-Block 30 ..,..:;...•;.'.:.,.';tot 4, Block 2 . ,.......'..:.I»'6ts?3 & 4, Block 3 ;:.;...'V.,;;... |x>t 2,-Block 18 •: ".'T'.nt' in •Rlnolr 5n H. B Brown .............. '..;. .,•.'.........'.. ....'. : ...: I;6t' 10, Block 30 Mrs. J. K. Hai-rell ....: ..... ..:::....,...1. 1 ..'.....:." tot 9, Block 36 Betty Mitchell ............. ...............:;:;.;...... LOt 16, Block 25 SMITH'S ADDITION, TO >HE TOWN; OF FULTON, ARKANSAS Will Carter ....................... :.... Lpts.'l,' 2,,an4 3. Block 6 Will Carter ............................ ................... Lots 7, Block 6 • :et,rid of the $17,009 and make ijfe room iri his bank. 'That's p«(tinif it c'ruaely." said Arcel. "but it's true." fiad Arcel, -by any chance, hrenened 4p M;it^dr«.w hi» heavy 4yertisln| *brjly fertor^ he got If _8|ujl cra^fcfl tf» jQstop? ''r* w«« much happy .................. Will Carter ......................... ... ..... •.... Lot 12 & -1 Will Carter .................................. .;.: ..... .,,.. Lpt 1 Block 6 .................................. .. ..... .,.. , Block 6 R. B. Williams .......................... .. Lots 2; 8:'& 4, Block 7 W. H. McGill .................... . .................. ,.., L'p't,:ji'4, Block 7 Ida Richards .......................... N% 'Lot B. All 5, Block 7 Melvin Thomas .................. . .......... ; .......... Lot 11. Block 8 Melvin Thomas ............................ . .......... Lot 13, Block 8 Melvin Thomas ............................... . ....... -Lot '16 Block 8 Ben Wilson ...................................... Lot 10-& 11, Block 9 Glen Snates .......................... , .................... tot 4, Block 16 Mrs. H. H. Darnell ........ N. 25x100' Lot 11, Block 16 Mrs. H. H. Darnell ................................ Lot 12, Block 16 Oscar Van Riper. it ,1, Block 17 .lock 17 .ock 17 Mrs. Schwejzerhqf Lots 2. 3 & '4, Mrs, Schweizerhof Lot 8, *.«wn. ., ^. U u Geo. McGill. tots 3. & "i\ Block 18 10.75 Mattie Bell Aubrey Lots.B * .'9, Block 5 Will Carter tot 1, Block 6 Southwestern Gas & Elec. Co.. , E 10' of the E% of lot 1, & W% 'fit Lpt.5, JBlock 10 W. E, White, Trustee WM- Lots-BJk 9, Block 10 ISH'Ts^p.DiTioN TO THE>O^Q| F^ON ARKANSAS T«» ttt:f, 11' ni^Sb- m Bgtes McCain Ella Carrington ..V.r.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...~Iib't'ib"«ril! Block 10 3. W. Arnette , Lot 5,,Block 10 Postal Telegraph & Cablfe 'Co 0.407 Miles Pullman Co ; Railway Express '". NAME Jas. Sai EJmma Bejcher .....'.'.. Pt" SW$ SB $f!m Stuart pt. SWVi'"~ W. M. Cornelius , Estate Pt. PARTS .. Pt. II (5;10) 17 13 A. J. West J, -R. Williams Aretha Muldrow J. L. Rank in J) 35 13 26 0) 35 .13 26 ) 87 13 i) 3 ,» " 15 14 * it ' 02AHR mi ffigigtattfe— free DEA3-MV THERE--MOW--DOESNT THAT MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE A NEW MAN ? WILL THAT SPRlNG)7VAve A Mf?™P TONIC KEEP A -^ l G E E PERSON FROM BEING LAZX MAMA?;^?^ 'AGO ...ITS A WONDERFUL. NEW MAN IS JLiSt AS TIRED -^ v ' * \M, ,; '**** JlpA I . i '. r m OUT OUR WAY •y J. K. Wltnom* Answer to Previous ftutitt AMI AVtMM OtAU WITH Wide Open Spaces WWO CAttftlSP THE CAM' |B|l|g|0|NL- lOl&lPlFClE^lYl _ UCK WTTHPUU OUT AU TH» PBAAPIdU* PtPOfSE -H3U, HAt? *nc67O»BUTSH6 J/ii ttdtute OP UPTV ACROSS 56 Mexican laborer 57 Oriental coin ; l — and ! mouse | 4 Burrowing DOWN i mammal l You can or ! 8 The of you friendship 2 Century plant '. 12 Brown • 3 End October 4 Confused fight i»-IE IT me RJgJ£^tye»| i 13 Paradise 5 Be in bad — 23 Destroys 41 Philistine god! 14 Frolic 6 Reduce 24 homo 42 Bedouin 15 Not snow — 7 Ems and 25 Fish 43 Existed sleet 8 Golf sand 26 Petal part 44 Mimics •' i 16 Insurance 9 Greek letter 27 Suffices 46 Within . ; ; company's 10 Persian prince 28 Upon (ptefix) • proportion 11 Put on the 29 Mere et 47 to kill 1 18 Moods • ' . 31 Soup 48 Man's name •! ' 20 Aside 17 Wandered 33 More dreadful 50 The of : i 21 Anger 19 The of 38 Small the morning | '$ i 22Sea eagles ' 'business 40 rehearsal to you ' 14 Serf WASHTUiBS 50KRV M5U DON'T/WELL ,111/ADMIT UK6-tHi^WHITE/ BBOIMS TO LOOK. ' •'/ CAPTAltt EK»V? Y mNKft. W' ^ "' UMABLBTOMWT ' PHOMB A NOTE o &ANDSPROVIMG GROUND, f MORE REGION. I LOOK; FORWARD TO I IF VOU'RB VI5IT HERE-*T HOLUHmJlY SOME TIWE HEC.E- we UP,*, ! 26 Obstacle i 27 Tree fluid . 30 Pure ! 32 Staid ! 34 Condiment 1 35 Reporters' boss THE BALL AND CHAIM OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopto i 36 Dutch city i 39 The time is FAP/' MV W0KD, Pike/ IP PROPOSE '< I 40 Remove j 41 Moines, Iowa 42 Well of the facts ( 45 Weepy i 49 Being contrite .PBD8LEM5 Z DO V(PD tOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WHAT BUSIES THE LAvJ OP M06T A E ' FALL- ATOMIC i 51 .Anger : 52 War god of • Greece 53 German king 54 An over- inflated 55 Good Queen CARNIVAL •y Dick Turner 8HG5BUNNY ...DON'T BLOW DON'T KNOW, CICERO, BUT IT MUST BE A' 600D ONE By Henhbergar THEY USED r CALL MB T KIND USED BOWLINE BU6SV .' A FOR, BUGS? I NEED THE ROPE TO PRACTICE POR MV BOY SCOUT KNOT-tVlNS TEST/ STATION LULU ALLEY OOP WAS A HiREWHILE/' HESEEMEP KHJ MEAN THERE \VOLJ WERE AWAVf,./ 6Q INTELLIGENTLY IS SOMEONE ELSE \ HE 6AIR YOU'P ( IISfTERESTED, 1 PIP WHO COULD HAVE /INVITED HIM TD> SHOW HIM SOME OPERATEP THE Jta. DROP BY. A THINS OF ITS TIME-MACHINE?.^ SURE.CCC.7H 1 FE.LA SHORIY5 FISH .50 .50 .50 2.50 1.25 1.00 2.50 .50 .50 .50 2.50 1.25 1.00 2.50 .50 7.50 1.50 .50 .25 .50 .25 "Trouble with Myrtle is that everything I tell her goes i one ear and out through the beauty SIDE GLANCES •y Golbroitfc j-"ThiB opinions expressed by the speaker are his own i not his wife's—-regardless of appearances}"' ! IWifTIE Plf By Nodln* Stlxcr WISCILLA'S POP RUN TO THE STORE. MY ? OX AND GET A Tlfa OF HEIR &EST TOBACCO PRISC LLA MAY ..I,.!. HAZEL, WILL YOU MY BLUE CHRISTMAS «•#!» ftpfy:;p'u, MAHTMA WATNI T 'I. R«. U. 6. P«t Off. jtfr. 105 bj MCA 6t>.ic«. Ing. enough of this foolishness! Pretty «oon you'll t>t having rtatfi, and hpw'd ypu like to navf yovM" tf*th put?" buy* my fhoes too (ar§« because my fe«t *rt growing! I guess she expects her? to shrink 'cayst %h» • bwys her shoei t«Q im»il{" is notice -first publishfcd 20tht of May, .1955: m Odessie Turner .(Administratrix) Kt. 3; Box 266, Hope, Ark. May 20, 27, June 3 CHANCERY 1951 2.50 .25 .50 .50 50 2.50 1.25 1.00 2.50 1.00 .50 7.50 .50 .25 .25 .25 .75 5.00 3.75 3.00 .25 .25 12.50 1.00 .25 .25 .25 5.00 1.00 w^ASS'te •^^ot l «h^ on thi» the nth S»y « WILUS

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