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H6f»t SfAft, H0t»t, ARKANSAS Wednesday, July 7, 1954 «e _ sii'^ayatll 6 ROOM hoMe. All m6defn C6H- ve«!ehde. HO'/4 acres Irind. $8,006 S*or information se6 D. E. Good- iett, RoUt6 1, Box 44 ( Fultdh, A?k, 1-flt S1NGLETARY Peas for sale. Billy U6dle, Route I, Minei-al Springs, 3-Ot Inch h".™,".".'.";.".". '6oi<pef inch ,,^...,..«.u.i.' SOci pet inch tea'<ibbV*' l 8ffi' for too* ittlbjw.' \ft&)u)ar or sklp- . tak* Jh« oheKlay rot*. tied 6dveHising copy =w until 5 ,(j* m. for following day. , k reierv* th<i rlflht to fif. bit' advertisements of- liibilcotloti ond to reject Jlofiobls odveflislng sub* •« , v< /' • , /of" one or mor« lelten, br.f!g"ure*.iu£h os hous* or "- • - •• -, count oi on« word. 4 ROOM house, 7 miles North of Lewisvilje at Mid Way Oil Field. Mall bids to Sunray Oil Corporation % R. W. Shannon, Patrnos Arkansas. Bidding closes July.IS Cdmpany reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 3-Ot REGISTERED Guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull calves. Hale Guerhsey Farm. Prescott, Ark- artsas, 6-3t RED spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within Arkansas. Cheaper here, Arthur Gray, Ozan. July C-l Month fiSC!.> will n6t be rwport- fbri Ih Wont Ads unless oll to our ottentlon rT 6f od and th»n sthe ONE Incorrect Insertion. 7-3431 «£*>;-... fr- ± I ope Star $.3 ' , <- v 5 . Jdriuory J8, 1929 weekday 'afternoon by SHlfic CO.« 'J»rt*lil«ii* Woihburn, Sety-TfM. The, Star Building r i|4 Soyth Walnut, StrMl »„ Arkaniai y * ONE White face heifer calf, six weeks old. ONE Hog weighing one hundred pounds. TWO Black and Tan Hound Puppies, six months old ready for training, ONE hundred dozen fish bait. 2Va .miles North of Hope on Southwes- terning Proving Ground Highway on the Douglas Farm, Hope, Ark- ah'sas, Rt. 4, Box 119, Ontee Douglas. 7-3t n/, editor & PublblMr . J»n««/ Manoglng Editor Sba>l«,.Advertlilng Monigtt lm M«ch. Supt. ilbli matter at ie at Hop*, Arkaniai, ,6f^a«h 3; my. b«f'of the Audit 'Bureau of ^ rlptlo'n. ; Rate» '(payable In ad' ^ ( , , rrlef ,int Hope ond neighboring ?V towns— , . »25 ii| Jin "Herripstead,- Nevada; , lnc.;'1602,J5terick '505 Texas is; 360-N.. 60'E. . m »., l> . . NeW|>York'17,-N. Y.;, 1763 >»iag!; * Detroit; 2, • -Mich.; for rcpMbllcallon prated in this PAIR of large mules', Just right for logging contractor. Phone 7-2243, Ross Gillespie. 7-6t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. $25.00 per month. Bills paid. Private hath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. June 10-TF MICE 7 room house, two story, in OakhaVen, four miles from town At $50.00 per month. Call Foster Realty Company Phone 7-4391 30-6t GpDBOLD Apartments. Nicely fur- nisried 3 rooms and breakfast nook. Private bath and carport. ,'^blQck 'from town. 321 West Sec- '.ond Street, Adults only. Call 7,, 3-st Political Announcements Th« gti* U Atttfaoiieed 10 Aft* BotjBcfi ifa&t th« toiioWMi •*« Candidate* fof pubilfc dfiic* fiife. Ject to the ietion oi tH« fletfld- crttlc primary Per 4th District 6REN ttAnfciS G. W. LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCR foe Tre»*tif«f HAHRY HAWTHORWi CLIPFOHD BYBftS DWK3HT RIDGDILU for County Clark ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOfcS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYE8S ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD HV BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thret B. L. RETTIG A, P. DELONEY For Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGEB PRESTON DOWD ^ TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS.: G. A. NASH Alderman Ward Tws JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LQU FRANKS 'JOE JONES For State S-nat« 7th District GENE LEE Indians May Force Stengel to Retire fiy MILTON ftl6HMAN United Mfese SpdMs writer If the Cleveland Indians continue to play the same kin'd of ball they'll wind up' in the Wafld Series and Casey Stengel may wind Up his association with, the Yankees. Stengel, in the first fhish of pennant Victories in the past, has said "If we'd a lost, I'd have been gone and has indicated since then he will retire only wHe!i"*tne\. Yankees fail to win the flag. . The way the Indiahs fire rolling how, they have a 3!-> game lead in the American League race and are playing at a feverish .778 pace in their last 27 games that is all but hastening Slengelii .departure. There seems to be no stopping the Indians. Take, for example their 11-3 victory over the Orioles last night. They scored 11 runs in the first inning marking 'their biggest uprising in a single frame since pouring across 11 runs in one inning during the 199 season. Billy Glynn, who smashed three homers in one game Monday, led off the big frame against Joe Coleman wilh a homer. Afstr two singles and a walk loaded the bases, Wally Westlake emptied thenv wilh a triple, then came hpnriij;;; himself on George Strickland's Single. Five more singles and tvvo.£\va)ka completed the carnage. : '';•'{ As if the game wasn't bne-sWed enough, Early Wynn pitched ;hd-hit ball until Jim Brideweser- tripled in the eighth. Even though the.' Orioles got to him foivfour.*more hits, Wynn had a s much .trouble bagging his 10th victory as. he does in polishing off a pair 'of small lamb chops for dinner.' t Andy Carey's seventh inn.ing ho- For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. 4 itOOMS & bath'.! Will be available 'Suly 15th, ^Lights, water, & gas. Plenty pasture for cow,and truck patch. Located, on Experiment Road. Phone; 7-225,3. , 3-3t 4 ROOM house- -and bath. Large Legal Notice TO MOW 'EM DOWN COAST TO COAST-Virgii Cofer, right, and Leroy Schuppman,' of Ransom,' Kans., prepare to start for California with their power mower which they plan to ride across the country to Washington, D. C. ' The blade has been te- moved from the mower, which Cofer will ride at a top speed'of 25 mph. Schuppman will follow him in a truck and will demonstrate the mower to prospective buyers along the route. SPORTS ROUNDUP , By QAYLC TAUBOT. Griffin Right, Hope Defeats Ashdown 6-1 Another notch was added to the jOgionnaires victory string as they [owned the Ashdown nine 6-1 in Legion. Park last night in a leSgtte contest Hope tallied for one run in the ifst on a walk and an error. Wayne 'ohnson's homerun over the left' center field -wall produced- three rhore runs in. the third to ice the game for Hope. Sonny Griffin, winning pitcher, jave up 1 run on, six hits, walked 6 and'wiffed 5. Ward, loser, gave ip 6 runs on 5 hits, walked 3 and armed 7. Bob. White led the locals getting i single and a double for four times at bat. Roscnbaum collect three or four for Ashdown. The first half of Little League alay will end this week with the jlaying of rained out and other post )oned games. This week's schedule of postponed games is as followed: Thursday July 8 CBS vs. Hope Beverage R, A. vs. Dynaflows Friday July 9 Owens vs CBC Hope Beverage vs. Dynaflows Pels Looking Like Best intheLeogue * 6y The Associated Press For a long lime baseball-wise folks have been saying that, on pafeer, New Orleans had the best team in the Southern Association. Now the Pels are looking like the best team in the iengiie on the field — and may wind up as host club for the July 15 all-star game. The Pels swept two games from Birmingham last night, 5-4 and 2-l.W while Mobile was beating Atlanta 1-0. That leaves New Orleans only two games behind the pace-setting Crackers and just, hnlf a game behind Birmingham. Eric Roden's 10th inning home run gave Nashville a G-5 victory over Little Rocik and, rounding out a full slate of one-run decisions, Chattanooga beat. Memphis B-S. The all star host club will be* the team on top of tb e standings after games of July 11. New Orleans and Birmingham play another doublcheade'r tonight and the Crackers have a singol game with ivfobilrt. Then Birgminham' gcos to Atlanta -anti the Pols go to Mobile 'or four-games series July 8-11. That means Mobile will have a COTTQ STATES W E Dorado, LEAGUE garage. Phone 7-4426. G-6t 0 ROOM house. Electricity. 27 acre '' pasture. Near old Highway 07 • Wast. PKone 7-3759. 7-Gt Greenville Meridian Pine Bluff Monroe, "• Hot Springs L 24 20 4 ROOM house. Electricity, Gas, Good'Water. Pasture for cow. Vfe mile city limits, old Highway 07 East. 'Ross Gillespje. • 7-Ct inner- )',M8ttreBS Co, i^Wisfclnlgton: Phone service l ab}^, rate, Call' Samuels B/-FaVm'iBureau.Office, ,101 r ~T|pnf Street June 17-1 Mo. a poisonous . ami South ' q rattlesnake FURNISHED 2 room apartment, Electric refrigerator Private bath and entrance, Newly decorated. 321 Bonner St. Phone 7-3553. 7-3t Wonted to Buy TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop, 31-TF Bl^Bfi**™*' ' Ypul Notice BEEF and Pork Custom Slaughtered, Cajl Jess Morris 7-3578 or 7 2244, Cut wrapped & frozen for deep freeze. Call 7-2244, Community Ice. & Produce Co. June 8-1 Mo. VOTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. When guest's or Tdurists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. 46 40 38 32 30 3G •29 22 41 46 Pet. GB .657 .606 4 .543 10 .455 14 .414 17 .324 22 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY BLOCK, deceased No. 896 Last known address of decedent: Hempstead County, Arkansas Date of death: January 17th', 1953 An instrument dated De'ofernber 16, 1946, was on the 24 ''day of August, 1953, admitted to ttrObate By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK ITPiOld North Dakota archJeves strongly indicate that the fastest mile ever run by ^4.Ltg \,\a i>| -itjytjf avtim vi.*-*^. t,\j <HnA f "-*** "*" i aa the last will of the above1ftmedl£ am . ef , decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed (administrator with nier snapped a 1-all tie and E.c-nt the Yankees on their w ay to a 4-1 victory over the Red Sox but the world champions failed to gain a single inch of ground against the torrid Tribe. Stengel must feel the Yankees are on a treadmill. Last night's t riumph over Boston, credited to White'y Ford, was the Yankees' 20th' in their last 27 yet they have lost a full Q Cleveland during f that panl-.-'! V • '.-. ','",,. Eise.wjiere in the American Lea- games, - • Yesterday's Results Greenville 7,' Hot Springs 3 Monroe 2, Pine Bluff 1 Meridian 10," ; 'E1 Dorado 9 (11 :.Innings) Today's Games Greenville at Hot Springs Meridian-at El' Dorado Pine Bluff at Monroe will annexed) thereunder, A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided.ijjby law. All persons, having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, .or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in" the estate. . . .. .;;.-., '•• This notice first published' 4 ?' day of July, 1954. • • h * WADE VANHOOK; (Administratoi| i; ; with will annexed) Route 3, Prescott, Arkansas July 7, 14. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans New Orleans Chdttariooga Memphis Mobile Little Rock Nashville 50 35 .588 4 • 9 37 .570 IVa 49 33 .563 2 49 38 .503 2 7 41 .534 4 "/a 40 43 .465 JOi/a ".".40 7 .60 11 37 51 .20 14'/, 33 50 .598 16 ., ITURE CO. West 8arr?lg for Sale OAKCREST ' FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . , . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . , PHONE 7-2123 J7-lMo. Yesterday's Results Nashville 6 Little Rock 5 (10 innings)' Mobile 1, Atlanta, 0 Chattanooga 6, Memphis 5 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, , ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FORD JOHNSON, deceased ! Baseball p., CUSTOM, iiy^G^TiRiKa eep freeze By The Associated Press .AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 4, Charleston 3. St. Paul 15, Kansas City 4. Minneapolis 4, Indianapolis 1. Columbua 9, Toledo 2 TEXAS LEAQUE. Pallas 0, Fort Wprth 1. Oklahoma City 11, Tuls a 5, Beaumont 5, Houston 3. Shreveporv 12, San Antonio 8, Cleveland •Jew York ihicago )etroit Washington 3altimore hiladelphia Boston WI5TIRN SHARES Fights Last Night Py The A6?°elat«d Prese Miami B^ach — Paul Andrews, J8Q. Buffalo, N. Y., outpointed Chubby Wflfih't 190%, Reading, Pa., 10, Detroit — Duke Harris, 149, Di-treat, outpointed Gene Parker, 148 1 / 3 , Indianapolis, 8, Qalyeston, Tex. Cesar Chi no Saavedra, 126, Torreon, Mwx, putpointed Doug Medley, 120 San ft f Sale or Tro«|» Two year old S^<jle Filly FPf Anything" 1 Word law New 1 Orleans 5-2, Birmingham Today's Qarnes Nashvillo at Little Rock Chattanooga at Memphis Atlanta at Mobile Birmingham at New Orleans AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 54 2H .701 52 28 .650 3!i 49 30'.620 6 32 42 .432 20«/ 2 32 4 .431 21'' 2 30 47 .390 24 29 46 .387 24 28 46 .378 24«/ 3 Yesterdays Results Chicago 4, Detroit; Q Washington 5, Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 11, Baltimore 3 New York 4, Boston 1 ' Today's Games Baltimore at Cleveland (night) Boston at New York Chicago at Detroit (Only games scheduled) NATIQNAL ISTew York Brooklyn, Philadelphia Milwaukee Cincinnati St, Louis Chicago Pittsburgh ' 948 Last known address of decedent: R.F.D. 1, Washington, Arkansas Date of death: February 18, 1954 The undersigned was appontec administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the/ 23rc day of June, 1954. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of tlie first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 7th day of July, 1954. July 7, 14. WILSON Administrator Columbus, Arkansas Legal Notice W I, Pet. GB 53 25 .679 48 29 .923 4'i 39 34 .534 ll'/j 39 37 .513 13 38, 39 .494 IW 3 3Q 41 -4Q8 W/i 87 4? .365 24 25 53 .321 28 Milw?iukoe 1 Chicago 3 Philadelphia, 3, Pitts,bi,irgh 0 Nuw York 5, ^repklyn, 3 St, Louis 6 Q^cinpati 0 New . st Brooklyn (night) ueilVirgil Trucks of the White ox, a guy who has .pitched two major league no-hilters and says .isn't especially iinterested in a hird one, just missed '..by ohe-hit- ing the'Tigers for a : ;4- : 0 triumph. Harvey Kuenn's third inning single — .a clean smash to cc-ntor — was he lone Detroit safety. It was A rucks. llth triumph. . , Washington , rallied . for three •uns'in the sixth'to teat Philadelphia, 5-2 as Johnny Schmitz was he winner" despite a homer by •Limmer." . The Giants, refusing to let up on he second-place Dodgers, boat hem/for the fourth straight time within a period of nine clays last night, 5-2 while increasing their •rational League lead to 41/2 games iome runs by Alvin Dark, Willie Mays a nd Monte Irvin were the Giatrt blows. Marv Grisscm jresbrved Sal Maglie's eighth vic- ory by relieving him with the >ases loaded and none out in the ninth and getting t ho next three men in order. Curt Simmons,, tho Phillies' hot- and-cold southpaw, hurled one of lis better games of the season to beat Pittsburgh, 3-0, on a seven lit job, Smokey Burg3ss. and Earl Torgeson, with four hits a piece paced the Phillies' 17-hit attack. Gerry Staley pitched a nine-hi shutout as the Cardinals defeated the Reds, 6-0, in a victory wilier Featured Red 'Schoendienst extend ing his hitting .streak to 25 straigh 1 games. Harry Pcrkovvski yielded all the Cardinal runs before rookie Moe Savransky put out the fire. Milwaukee massacred Chicago 14-3, with big Gene Conley const ing to his seventh victory. Jo Adcock and Del Crandall homered for the Braves while Ralph Kine hit for the circuit for the Cubs. a human was recorded 89 years ago this week, long before either John Landy or Roger Bannister was born, and before Wes Santce learned to talk. We are indebted to Eugene Fitzgerald, sports editor of the Fargo (N.D.) Forum, for having made available this long- forgotten page of track history. 'At a celebration at Ft. Rice, Dakota Territory, about : 25 miles outh of Mandan, on July 4, 1865 he Frontier Scout of July 6 that ear had a report on the holiday estivities," Fitzgerald writes. "Four companies of U. S. volun- eers, i nfantrymen who deserted rom the Confederate army, were tationecl at Ft. Ric.-, along wi'th a company of the 6th Iowa Caval•y. Col. C. A. R. Dimon was the commanding officer. "The first e.vent on the holiday celebration following the revie.w vas a mile run, three times around he fort. There were six entries The second -half of Pony League play began last Wednesday and as of July 7 games are scheduled as follows: Wednesday July 7 • Hope Basket vs. Hope Builders Hope Auto vs. FNB Monday July 12 Hope-Basket vs. Hope Auto Hope Builders vs First Nat'l Bank Wednesday July 14 FNB vs Hope Basket Hope Auto vs. Hope Builders Monday July 19 Hope Basket vs. Hope Builders Hope Auto vs. FNB Big League games scheduled foi Monday July 5 and Thursday July 7 and Friday July 9 beginning at the regular time. • Wednesday.July 7 Lile-Murphy vs. Hope Star Citizens vs. Rotary Friday July 9 '!W Hope Star vs. Citizens , I. Rotary vs.-Lile-Murphy lot to say about, who gets the all- star plum. The Bears have beeii working in favor of their up-stati* cousins of late. They lost throe of their last five g ames with Birmingham and have beaten Atlanta two of throe in the current series, but the Barons have been unable to take advantage oC numerous chances handed them to move into the. No. 1 spot. New Orleans won both- games last 'night with seventh-inning offenses. Tied 4-4 in the first game^ the Pels pushed across the winning run on a walk, sacrifice and . an error by shortstop Johnny Kline an Erv Dupak's grounder. In the second gair.e, trailing 1-0, iho Pels scored twice in the lucky seventh on a walk, an error, a sacrif'c et'ly by pitcher Bob. Schultz and a single by Bob Honor. . > or a prize of,'$5. The evsnt was won by Cpl. Alston to Follow Choice of the Fan s CINCINNATI, O. (UP)— Manager Walter Alston will abide closely |With the choices of the nation's fans \vheri he shoots f or a record fifth straight National League tri^ umph in .the • major league Ajl Star game at Cleveland next Tues- 1 W. H. Green of Co. D of the Confederate deserters in Ihc time 'of 33/4 minutes, the Frontier Scout reported. Pvt. W. M. Winfrey of Co. 2 was second in 4 minutes. "E. G. Adams, the editor of the Frontier Scout, in which the report was made, also was a Confederate deserter. "Of course, someone is going to _ay the timing wasnt accurate. But even allowing for the accuracy of the timing, you'll admit that 15 seconds, (under 4 minutes) would be a Dig margin of error for 225 seconds. Even conceding that the timing might have been inaccurate, there wasn't much wrong with the engineering of those dnys, and 12 inches was a foot. "The fort was rectangular, 510 feet on its north and south sides and 500 on the east and west. Three times around that enclosure would be 6,060 feet, or 780 feet more than the regulation mile which Bannister and Landy ran under 4 minutes. The'best sprinters of our day would require more than 25 seconds to cover the 260 yards which Green and Winfrey ran .after completing the mile. "Possibly the .$5" first prize (which automatically made the runners professionals) is the' reason the accomplishment has never been given official recognition, because there was no shortage of spectators. "The Frontier Scout reported that the wives of officers and sol- day. Except for left field, Alston's squad will contain every man who finished either first o r second in the voting. The Dodger manager, first freshman pilot in All-Star history, se lected a pitching staff containing three lefties and four right hahder.<: and boasting an o verall mark of GO diers and visiting ladies watcher! the celebration from the parapet of the fort. "The Indians below, some only' in breech cloth, wore grosteque costumes, leaning again?, the fort. Squaws bore their offspring pig-back. The Indians wore fringes, beads, feathers, buffalo robes and tassels and a conglomeration of everything that shines hangs and flutters.' ' victories and 36 .defeats. He has baseball's two top win" ners, lefties Johnny Anlonelli of, the Giants at 12-2 and Harvey Haddix of the Cardinals at 12-4. The other hurlers and their records :hro'ugh July 5 were Robin Roberts of the Phillies at 11-8, Carl Erskine of Brooklyn 9-7, Rookie Gene Conley j of Milwaukee, at (3-3j xqli?f y.aco M.arv Grissom'o¥^hH'.Sj f ani.ts', ( at ^8-3, and veteran south'paw^^Wanren Spaiin of Milwaukee at*, 8-9. i ' •'?S.7»( ! ' • : «v In left,field, Alston- cleviatqd-frotj* the voting. 1% the fans when he chose, Frank ;r Tfifjjtias; -of the P ; ir- {it_eS^as.his seeorid.man/bejjtj'id Jack Rdbinson of Brooklyn. Tliomas~*W;as fifth in the voting and Ralph Kirier of Chicago was second. Everywhere else he went along with the 'farts. Willie Mays of-the Giants w'as clpsen behind Duke Snider of Jlhe Dodgers for center field while] 'in right Alston named Don Mueller of the Giants behind Stan Musjajjh, A seventh outfielder named to 4jfie squad, Gus Bell of Cincinnati, ^.yas third choice of the fans for centerfield. ;; In the infield Alston's No. 2 ,'s>- lections w ere Gil Hodges of Brcjcjk- lyn at first, Red Schoendienst of St. Louis at second, Foe wee Ree$e of Brooklyn at short and Raticly Jackson of Chicago at third. That was the way the fans voted for them behind their top choices- oJJ, Ted Kluszewski, Gran H.imner, A™ vin Dark, and Ray Jabloriski. ; • LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th following Guardians have filed their Annual Settlements with th .Probate Court of Hempstead Coun ty, Arkansas, for approval and con firmation, to-wit: Annual Account °f Syd McMath Guardian of the Estate of Sonj E. Malone, Sandra Y. Malone an Qarey R, Malone, minors, filec June 2, 1954. Annual Account of John P. Vesey Guardian of the Estate of Joshua Allbright, minors, filed June 4, 1954. Annual Account of Syd McMath, Guardian of the Estate of Frank Walker, Jr., a minor, filed June 12, 1954. First Settlement of Guy Green, Guardian of the Estate of D. Q. Tollett, a minor, filed June 15, 1954. And all persons interested m the above named estates are ordered to come forward and file exceptions if any they have, within Sixty (6,0) day? frojn the date said settlements were filed or they will be forever burred from excepting s.uch accounts of uny item thereof. HARRY HAWTHORNE Probate Clerk of JH^mnstead County, Arkfttsss. Py ARTHUR C. Ar n. c, Two Weeks To Go In The KXAR Fishing Derby You can win part of the $45.00 in weekly prizes for the lost two weeks ending July 10 and 18. Two Weeks Left To Win YoMr Port Of The $408.70 In Grand Prizes. 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