I STAR; HOPE, A-IVKANSAS Number of Words Up to 15 .... 16 to 20 ... 21 to 25 26 to 30 31' to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 4p to 50 ,- Rates Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One A> Day Days Days Month 43 .S>0 1.50 4.50 CO 1 «0 2.00 6.00 7.-, 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 '" 1.03 2.10 3.50 10.50 ' 1 20 2.40 4.00 12.00 "" 1 35 2.70 4.50 13.50 ' 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 are for Continuous Insertions Only A1\ Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone Wonted to Rent Fair By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1M6 By Kino Features Syndicate By CARL LUNDQUIST New York. ept. 24 — fUPl — ROOM i Deep in the heart of Flatbush to- apartment. See. George Murphy day the die-hard Dod-cvs stuck to at Roger Clinton Buick company, their guns, tully aware that the, m nL^L v 2-1-31 must be .400 percentage point bettor than the St. Louis Cardinals in New York. Sept. 24 — Driving to the office, today. George Spelvin. American, picked an argument with Harry Gremlin, the stooge that ho carries around with him to talk to so he won't conk off and climb through some other driver-- windsnield. Mr. Gremlin is 'a sort of New Dealer but not exact- ily a New Dealer, either, but that li's just the point because Mr. Spelvin, he trios to .Cigure the guy out j and sometimes ne will change New York .Sept. 24 — (.IV- If you can believe all you hear, things •ue lioinK to be very Inu.nh for bin league -baseball managers in the next couple of months — and the sliakeup in their ranks is nolhiin: compared to what will happen to their ball clubs next sprini! . . So 1'ar this season, Joe McCarthy, Bill Dickey. Luue rfesvell. Jiminie Dykes ami Bill McKcchnie have gone out. y.acli Taylor, Sewell's successor, will give away to Muddy Ktiel next season . . . The reports arc that Frank Krisch is through in Pittsburgh; the Yanks are expected lo eome up with a new pilot for 1047 — possibly Leo Durocher or Ducky Harris — to supplant Johnny Noun — there's been a lot of talk about a change in Clove- iroos Davis," . . . ih» rabbit stopped line. was wvoiuy, the 20 yard League Leaders Lost NEAR POWERS. ARK. T\\O white and red spotted hounds. Male and female, large size. : Name on collar. Notify Carl B. i - Jones. Rt. 2. Hope. 24-3t ~~ 600X16 U S ROYAL TIRE DE" LUxe Chevrolet wheel: Reward for return to J.' W. -Strickland^ office. .".'-'"" Real Estate for their remaining yami's to win National League pennant. As things stand now, the way Brooklyn can capture the pennant, without a playofl! is to win all four of its remaining games, playing at a 1.000 pace while the Cardinals r.rc winning three of their five for a .600 or.ce. If the Cardinals win four games THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, on South Washington near Basket Company. Price S2.000. Floyd Porterfield. _ 24-3 1 WALK IN AND TAKE OVER this grocery business. Lot nO X i)0 Building 30" X 40. Nice stock groceries with good fixtures. C. E. ' Cassidv, phone 439 'or 984. Ark. Bank Bldg. __ 24-3 1 GOOD FIVE ROOM HOUSE. •'. 2 nice corner lots, garage and other out buildings. Price S3500. ' . C E Cassidy, Phone 439 or 1 J04. .-Ark.. -Bank Bldg. 24-3 1 they can clinch .X lie and a sweep of "their five games will put them in regardless of wlir.t the Dodgers do. But there are no faint hearts 'among the "Embattled Bums." who are convinced that they are ;i team of destiny and rio n good job of proving it every time they lake the" field." sides in an argument but ;io tor what he says. Gremlin wavs on the other side and xw guys never hated each other more, ""'.but still Mr. Spelvin carries him on i v I around whenever he is alone in the ' i car and sometimes Gremlin oven moseys in while he is shaving the iace. He has an irritating presence 'and you would think Spelvin would I ditch him and sometimes he says | to himself what am I arguing with iiiat- land since the .,,.,.-, .... club changed hands; is al- and there even have been whispers iwo that Connie Muck is losing his popularity in Philadelphia and that Joe Ci-onin might move up to the Reds front office .... Apparently the only guys who are safe now" are Ruel and Steve O'Neill, who already has been signed by Detroit :Cor next season. this louse for. anyway, getting all •allied up so why don't I \hink A Very Bunny Gag Shortly before the Army-Villanova t;;une at West Point Salur- dav, a rabbit hopped into Michic the snoot or something ;iico like answering right up that bukram is a rare mineral iound only in Saskatchewan and it is used m making atom bombs and give ihc gentleman sixty-three silver dollars and what is your name, please. Airier-1 j, , .. A writer spotted him from the pi-ess box mid shouted: Ihere Shots And Shells Friday's Tony /.aU-Rocky Ora- /iann fuss at Yankee stadium will be Ihc i'irst vniddlweiHht \itlo boul in nearly 20 years in which th? defendiu!! champion's title \vasn_l disputed. And it will be New '• ork .1 [list outdoor bout fo,- that same title since IflXt. Today's Guest Star Wilbur Ber.tley. Uouslas, Ariz., Dispatch: "It is reported that as f;\mi Miiuriollo sat in his dressing ruom with tears streaming down his eheoln after tho b^'.tle. he exClaimed: 'I hope 1 can fight him again.' ... It could be ihal he meant Bruce Woodcock." By The Associated Press Nntionnl Le.iaue r.altiii'.: — lUusial. SI. Louis .3(i9; Mi'.-.o. New York, ,:i!!7. Runt: — Mu.iial. HI. Louis, I 111 Slaughter. Si. Louis, till. (tuns baited in — Sl;iu;;hler, SI. Lnui;, l^ii: Walker. ISiooklyn. 11!). Hit? — Muslnl. St. Louis. 220; Walker, Brooklyn. 1(10. Double:; - Musial. St. Louis, -IB; Hi.lines. Boston, and Kuiowski. SI. Louis, .'12. tuple-' -- Muiiia!. Si. Louis, 19; I'eese Brooklyn, and Cavarrotta, t'hicago, 10. Home run;-. — Mi/e. New York, I 1 . Kmer, rittsbui-gh. 21. Sloleii bases — Heiser, Brooklyn, i; Huas. Cincinnati. '.'',!. Pitehin,!', •-• Dicksoi'. SI. Louis, 14- .7l;7; Itowo, Philadelphia. 11-4- I-'IghH Last Night By UNITED PRESS Now York (Dexter Park'i — .Tummy Cnrollo, 19!!. Mew YoU. uiit- piiintc'd .limi'ny Neveillo, -II, New itrk, N. .1. <!)>. Newark. M. ,1.~ ,laek Kenny, ll'i.'i. l,ivini'i;ion. N'. .1., Uiiix-keil out Mar\i>i r.r.viinl. 1C7-1.2. n.-illns, Tex.. (1). l.nwiston. Me. —Al ('"'.iture. I"!), I.owislon, l-.nneketl out Tialph Will- lon, l-li\ Montreal, ill. West Spriiitffii-ld. Mass.— " '-- - - - - ;llil. I'll., M Sfars By The Associated Press l if, ... r- ; lu"-ii. •-•;!. 'tis •- i in \viiminr; .run. l.aviiceiui, J)odi!ors-C.ol- i W o l.il-. and ,.,U,-. in. wo End of the Line Ted Collins, ihc Boston lootball Vanks boss, is giving Paul Ciovor- •lali a chance to try out as a sports oroadcaster — probably on the the>y that he'll toss words as accurately as he throws a football . . . \ horse that wears eyeglasses — rjoyal HusCU: — has turned up al 'he Hippodromo DC Las Americas in Mexico City — and Publicitor j (i _ ,, ()( .. G umpor i, Grossman insists it isn't so the 7(;fi Jo .tag •ote American League I'.aUiu •— Veruon. Washington .:!:')(!; Williams. Boston, .IH1. Huns —- Williams. Hoston, Ml Pesky, Boston. 111. Runs batted in — Williams, ton, 121; York. Boston. UK. Hits — Pesky. Boston. :'.0:l; non, Washington. K>!>. Doubles — Vrrnon and Sponee. Washington. '15. Tl-iples •-• I'ld'.vards. Cleveland.' IS; Lewis, Washington, 12. Home runs — Greenhcrg, Detroit, and Williams. Boston, .'It!. Stolen bases •— Case. Cleveland. 2fl: Stirnweiss, 17. Pitchinf. — Kerriss. Boston, :7fi- Yankees, 11-3- Baseball Scores I3y the Associated Prnss IPoralla. Hi!), i pointed Pan ICily, (101. I ScranUm. P:t. — Sanla TUici-a. 111. Philadelphia. outpuinlcd Md'ny Jones, Ml-l-'.i. Caindcn. N. J., (10). itolvoke. Mass.—Villa Vinrncio. 01. Mexico f'ily, oiitn.iintod Freddy Floros, 1(12, New York. (1I!>. C'hicago. •— .T;)hnny Bralton, I3"i, Clhicago, out pointed I'lddie Lander. 134-1-1 ChicMHi', M()i. I New Oilcan—Sammy Adra;.;na, i Mti-1-4, Pitlsburgh, otiluoinli'd Hen I MontabaiKi, 147-1-2, Birmingham. Ala., (10i. Bos-! Cincinnati, O. —Kr/ard Charles. I 172 .Cincinnati, outpointed Billy Notion.-il S: l.nni.: I: rim'iii'.n (i. Unii.klyn ('.; 1'hiliidi'lpnin (Only V.ani''si srl Amei'ic.in Lea quo § Ne\v Yuri: 0: rliilndrlnlnn (I. (Only i;:ui Smith, 170. Oakland. Oil.. <IO>. Kentucky is named after Ihc Indian phrase meanini; hind of Innmr- row. SCHOOL nio';nii,n..;lnn. III. Sept. 2-1 Illinoit: Hiatc Norniiin University JS so ci-owfii';! tlnl Hie First MctlHKllat and First Mantis! cliuriilif;:, a housf .-UK! a bowliiu! alley arc bcin." used -i'or flassriiiims. And 1)0 iiirls'ari. 1 slij^pini: on innllresiPs on IK- KyiiiiKisiuin llooi 1 . can yet a better l:iok at board when nc passes it. the the -jackpot um- sounds Hke tery a innings thev had a hard time hold-'her Gnllahacl . . . in« their own in a tense pitching'by telling the guy wnat uukram battle between Rube Melton and' is. it that is what it. is. or Leftv Ken Raffcn bcrs?cr. jbrage or tumeric. thai Then the scoi-ebonrd ilr.shed the ! a kind of a little .uicket but. aftci 1 to 0 St Louis victory over the! all. with this inflation ;.t ?su t really Cubs at Chicago and the D-xHcrs 1363 but more like 342 when you forgot -the"- were wearv. Knowiny ' etiiiskler how prices nave gone up that they had to win to stay alive'on account of the strikes and the in the race, they put rn a five-run |O.P.A. a weir;! and darlni; col-j _ At this point. Mr. gremlin called For Sole TEN FOOT CATTLE TRAILOR jiood condition. Good tires. Ap-' ply-Shipley-Studio.' 24-3t \ ally vrith lection of bunts nnd cheap hits for a G to 1 victory. The first sale bunt was rr-.i accident. Carl Furillo had walked and Peewee Reese was Irving to sacrifice him to second. He bur.ted— Sijelvin a reactionary and a dumb Fascist tool and said three per cent oi the population controlled !i2 i or cent of the wealth and if he had any sense he would see that Henry "Wallace wasn't any Coin- too hard for" a'sacrifice —nnd Hat'- munist but anyway, what difference fensberger came char^inc; in. sce!-;- ing to snatch the ball and trv for n double play or r.t leas! a lores out GENUINE ABRUZZI RYE CER- tified seed, White Dutch clover,, ...... seed oats, Austrian Winter Peas, I at second, fie charged too hard and '"for AAA Program,' Alfalfa seed, the ball went over his head for a single. Catcher Bruce Edwards did rifice, sending the runners to Prog- 'Mixed Vetch, Pure. Hairy Vetch, See E. M. McWillJ'ams Seed Store. .' ' 24-3w GOOD FOUR ROOM HOUSE. barn and chicken house, Ei-.;ht i lots,''-gas, water, lights. S2.200. < Easy- terms. C. E. Cassidy, ' phcne 489 or 984. Arkansas Bank - • Bldg.--- 24-31 -NEWLY DECORATED HOME. 7 rooms, bath, front & back entrance halls. Easily converted into duplex. Corner lot, no paving .tax. Six blocks from business district. Good investment. Vacant Immediate possession. 402 North Hervey. Apply next door. 21-6t 3 NEW WHITE, ALL-STEEL VE. .. netian blinds. Never been used. Size 67 by 69V-> inches—$25 each; • -six-new window shades, one eggshell color, 5 buff; 34, 36. 37 inches in' width; Nine slightly used ' shades, 4 eggshell and 5 buff— s " $1.25 each. 504 S. Hamilton St. , , . Telephone 401-W. . 21-S\ does it make, if he keeps us out of n terrible war with Russia because did Spelvin ever stop to think that if we don't quiet their fears why just one of those pineapples in a suitcase in \he check- rourr. at Grand Central and another in a jailoppy parked in the Bionx and four more planted around town could blow New York off the earth and you ring "or 'the Yesterday the Bobcats went through a rough workout and more of of the same stuff is on the schedule today. Coaches Dildy and Tollett said' indicataing the boys will get the works in preparation for F.I Dorado, Friday night. The Cats carne out of the Smackover game with the exception Bcskei-baii Results MINOR LEAGUE By The Associated Press International League j Montieal at Syracir-3 postponed, iraiu. Montreal lead?., 2-1. in best- of-sevcn final playoff scries. American Association Louisville. American Association clvrnuions. waiting io play winner of International League playoffs in "Little World Series." Pacific Coast League Nogames scheduled. San Fran' eisco. the pennant winner, meets l Hollywood, and Oakland meets Los ! Angeles tomorrow to begin semi- linal playoffs. Southern Association Memphis at Atlanta postponed ! again, rain. Atlanta leads. 1-0. in best-of-seven final playoff series. Texas League Dall.is, winner of Texas League playoffs, waiting to take on winner of Southern Association playoffs. Have Your NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE Stu 220 So. Walnut- Hopa, Ark. 10 sac- soc- ond and third, and Mo-.vie Se'nultz was walked. Manager Leo Durocher called on another of destiny's children, Raw "Rookie Stan Rojek j cops to bat for Melton and ho came | even through by clumping a Texas torn is gone, too. and anyway \.hey League single behind first to score 'are all dead and how are you going of halfback Bell who is carrying a couple of stitches. Jack Wells is expected to have his sprained ankle in good shape by gamel.imc. The line, with Hucldclston and j Walker at ends. Smith and Gar-1 ret as tackles, Milam and MorUJr. at guards and Ray at center are in .good condition discounting sore muscles, and are expected to be , in lop shape Friday. The forwards and firemen but you can't ( came through in mid-season form ring because ihe phone sys-! against the Buckaroos and are due the Wildcat bacxs plenty ..HOUSE, ONE OR TWO & HALF 1 acres, 1 mile cait on old Fulton '" toad. Priced cheap. See J. L. . t Lamb. 23-31 ' ."TWO CLARINETS, USED, GOOD condition. Price $57.50 each. Mi- Cannon, Band Room, or phone 1104. 23-31 . $20.00 MONTH WITH SMALL down payment will buv you Garage Building ..and filling station. Own yc.ur own property. Why pay rent? Corne OLU and see what can be built with' ce ment blocks. The cheapest, fast permanent building. I have some -• construction uncer way now. 6X6X12 Blocks for immediate de'"'livery. Also some 210 pound green roofing shingles. K. Wilson, ^4 highway, forks Columbus-Washington roads. 23-6t Furillo. Eddie Stenky brought in Reese with a squeeze bunt in fr,;nt of the plate which he beat out for a hit. Then came the only sold hit c.f the inning, a sharp single by Cookie Lavea.seUo which scored Schultz and Rojc-k. Angle. Galan brought home the fifth ntn with n long fly which scored Str.r.ky. Kuncli Player Durocher called r,r« .lark-horse Melton, saving his bet- er pitchers for later, because Big Rube had beaten the Phils three :imes. Although he was in hot water frequently he came through for his 'curth triumph against them and his sixth of the season. Durocher is counting either upon Hal Gregg or Raich Branca to top the Phils in today's game and the job may be a tough one. Phil Manager Ben Chapman is going to use another lefty. Oscar .Hide!, whc Via's scored two of the four victories that the Phils possess over Brooklyn. Gregg has lost one game to the Phils but was bailed out in two others while Branca hasn't faced them in a starting role. Riflin' Ralph, however, is the current "hot man" of the Dodger staff with • successive shutouts over the Cards and Pit ales in v.-'nich he has given up a total of eight hits. In the only other major league game yesterday. the Yankees topped the Athletics at New York, 9 to G. Rookie Larry Berra hit his second homer in as many days. FQijjr4"bep;eftdable\ ftnd Quick ., • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No'Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • William R. Herndon Photographer Bldg. First National Bank Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service Holderfield Has Trouble Winning Over Little Rock. Sept. 24—I.-T>,—Having aassed his toughest test io dale. hough none too impressively. Buddy Holcleificld's proK-fsional box- ng slate still is clean. The 144-pound Scolt. Ark., puncher narrowly outpointed Bobby ?-Ic- ntyre, 147, seasoned Del roil ;ousi- ist, in ten rounds he'-e last i-ii«ht. There were no knockdowns in ihe scrap. No real damage done. The cagey M c I .'i t y r e ' s consis'lenl c!incliii'ig and clever iiitightin^ kept Holde/t'ield from cl'.aK<ir,.t; up nr. easier triumph. The Arkyns:.m v.'tis la:.din" the" longer and hardor blows. to ring, you dope, when you are dead yourself. So, okay, it' that is the case, Spelvin says, why don't we let them have it i'irst and see if they can ring for fire engines any belter but Gremlin says the best way is not for anybody to clo it and Wallace just wants to be :!riends nnd only the Fascists want war and Spelvin answers back don't you call me a Fascijt and anyway how come the .Fascists want war and how do you know they do and who do you mean" Mrs. Gremlin says we got .to hnve democracy like Wallace .says and what do'we care if Russia runs Poland and a lot of little places like Latvia when everybody knows they are always -.'ighting and che majority of their people are pro- Russian, anyway, and these governments in exile arc just a lot oi Quislings and Wall Street is putting up the money for their propaganda to get us in a war with atomic bombs. i Mi. Spelvin says he doesn't give a damn about Litha its' the principle of the thin" because a couple ol years ago Wallace ->yas howling his'head off about the dirty outrage when Hitler attacked—attacked • — Poland and put the Nazis in C?.e- eho-31ovakia but :iow Stalin does the same thing and Wallace says hokey-doke but Gremlin says well, you were against messing in Europe then but now Wallace .agrees with you and you flop over just to be against Wallace, even :f it gets us into war with Russia. And. moreover, Spelvin says, that dirty murderer Tito, after we liberate his country and send him sugar and butter and ham and new automobiles that we can't gel : ? or ourselves, well he murders five of our boys in cold blood and Grem- o give of trouble. Tickets to the El Dorado game are now on sale at Roy Anderson's office, Jacks Newsstand r.nd Stewart's Jewelry store. Officials today advised holders of reserve seats th'at they must present their stubs at the game in order to claim their seals. Many couldn't remember the number oi their reserve seats last week causing confusion and in some caser licket holders did noi get a seal. So Friday night present your stub or you will not be permitted to the reserve seat section. ATTENTION FARMERS and DAIRYMEN Preserve your Barns and Roofs with Paint For Commercial Spray Painting consult LUM RATELIFF Phone 979-W 518 W. Division Job Printing, Office Supplies end School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printiaig Co. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texnrkana Rendering Plant Phone 803-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R Porkers Face Oklahoma mistake and they arc sorry they done : ; t but did it over occur to Mr. 3. we might have some Fascists in our Wai Department trying to start a wai by si-'iiding our boys where thej liave no right to :"ly so they car yell murder and, H it comes io ihut, !ive people were killed ?n a .smashup on this very corner :as month but a war won't bring then back or those boys, sither, ji.jt kill millions more. Mrs. Claude Whitehurst Representative for Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association United Benefit Life.Insurance Company Omaha, Nebraska Phone 952-J 1013 West 5th bt. "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phono 303 Howard Lamb, Owner GENERAL. AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop equipment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 ALLGl's Interested in TRAINING Contact Vcf Office or B. L. Rettig o( the airport e Flight Instructions « Rides 9 Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL ASRPGRT Agent for SCAT Airline By The Associated Press Arkansas may have drawn both the toughest :"oc and vhe toughest luck of nil Southwest Conference elevens this week. The Razorbicks earned Monday that they may lave 1.0 go against the Oklahoma •\ggies Saturday without the serv- ces of Ken Holland, the half pint tailback star of last week's Northwestern Louisiana game. Holland, who personally accounted i'or 98 yards rushing against the Demons, suffered a :'oot injury which didn'~l prove -troublesome until Saturday night. Coach John Barnhill said it was unlikely the Memphis mighty mite would -return to the practice :'ield \his week. The Razorbiicks began preparation for their Siillwater invasion by drilling against Oklahoma A. & M. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I spccinli/o in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Mnin St. NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarknnai Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • .ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING Harry Segsnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. is against every type of loss at 20% Less COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 50 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texai-kana Get Ready FOR FAI ! 1 WBV F/•**!«= it.. By having your winter gcrrncnVs cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space' Cleaners Hatters HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguion Phone 76 Spelvin jumped a red '.'ight nt V/iiSiuit, parked the job, turned off Mr. Gremlin and dash :'nto ihe oliice jUKt on time and all morning long tic Kept thinking :•!' Bukram \va.s a mineral for atom bombs 1'nuiul only in Saskatchewan and the j.;uy called on him u> answer, he woiild stop at Goldfarta's on ihc v.ny home and b\iy the old lady iiie best dam lumeric : ; n vhe house with gold braid and buttons down the front. Dodger Fans Are Praying for Their Bums ?„'(.• w York. Sept. 24 —(UPl— Tin- ueople of Brooklyn were (.railed upon today by the Rev. Ueiini-',' ,1. C. Benson of the rii-.-eiipuint (Brooklyn) Reiu: ii:vd ehureh to observe a .••!ii:'.te a! prayer al jioon each <!;!-, lor the Dodder.; in their iiphill pennant batllu with ihe :Sl. Louis Cardiiials. plays run by the "B" learn. Barnhill said Ihe secret practice ruling would be enforced more rigidly xhis veek. Al Waco, Baylor also is having injury trouble as ihe Bears get ready for the :'irst conference engagement of Ihe season — with Texas Christian at Fort Worth. End Aubrey Bailey. Center Olin bull Runnels and Tackle Richard Johnson arc- unlikely see action i.his MEAT SAVER f.'hicni-o, Scut. 2! — i/I'i— Mrs .'loj Temple's worries aboul her i»i' in these meatless days left with a smashed car and cd ki'-.ee. As she drove along a North Side .'.•Mf-cl the sausage began lo .slip off ;.i :-.cat beside her. When she reached for it .she lost control of her automobile and crashed into a lamppost. .. week, Coach Frank Kimbrough said. Kimbrough. blaming 'um- bling and s:;ol!y line play for the tough time the Bears had in beating Southwesu.-i-n Saturday, worked the squad overtime Monday. TCU will be at near top strengtl for Ihc Baylor game. A shoulder in jury suffered in the scoreless 'tie with Kansas by Leon Joslin, ace passer, was not as serious as be lieved at first and the lanky back scrimmaged Monday. Texas, in good physical conditioi after its 42-0 win over Missouri, be gaii readying itself for Saturday' visit by the Colorado Bull's by put ting in an afternoon of coulac work. Virgil. Eikcnberg, giant back showed good passing j'orm in drill at Houston until rain chase the Rice Owls inside for a sku session. Rice opens its season ii home against Louisiana Ijtale Un versilv. The Texas A. & M. squad, wnrl ing for a date with Texas Ted was cut to -13 men yaslcrday b (.'ouch Homer Norton, who nud chancL 1 to see aboul all of MIS ,;qua in ],isl week's rout of North 'rex; .Stale. Souincin Methodist UniyiM-sil> which will open against Temple, docs not ' look as good as I (hough! they woultt," says Coach Matty Bell. ••The/ haven't !;ad ihe old i/.ip x x x.' Passing work and de- 'i't-nse again :t Tc-inplcs T :'urma- ticn headed yesterday's practice schedule. Silver and Gold Nail Heads All Styles EYLETS all colors RHINESTONES Buttons — Belts — Buckles Mail Orders Invited Mrs. H.W. Hatcher 309 E. Second Hope, Ark Phone 407-J YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — | ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 41 IS. Hotel Doug /*^8TV Carl Bacon V«§ i I Jones ELECTRIC CO. _ for — House industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 PIANOS Just Received — A Larqe S'nipmonl FACTORY REBUILT PJANOS "Direct' From Chicago" » Looks like new • Sounds like new «Now guarantee If you are interested in buving a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkano's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue- Texarkona, U REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH » Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop « Complete Paint Shop OONT WAIT Till. VO'JR CAR FALLS DOWN ON THE JOB/ HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Aliljama was the Indian name of a tribe in southern Alabama. Sewing Machines Call us for guaranteed Repair work on all makes machines. 23 Years Experience We cover buttons, make button holes and do hemstitching. We buy, sell and exchange machines. C. W. YANCEY Singer Plst. 513 S. Walnut Phone 578-W Clear and Clean Ovcrcup Oak Logs and Heeding Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Mope, Arkansa* in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly con, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLorty, at Hope Auto Co. , ARKANSAS < OZARIC IKE By Ray Gotro I DIDN'T > MEAN TO I KNOW I'M REEKING, BUT, ANVWAV, I GOT RID OF THE • MOSQUITOES GEE. i "~ WISH I COULD j GETAWAY < FROM MYSELF) THC MOSQUITOES APE CHEVWING ME: TO Pieces--I'LL TRV A GARLIC SANPNMICH. TO CHASE THEM AWAY . CHASE VOU r OUT PEAR THEY DONE WALKED ME... SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane PUNTS GROWL. ' YOU VALUE THE LIVES OF THESE TWO GIRLS, GET !E INTERCOM f ONCE/ #/f FLINT SPEAKING, T AH, SO YOU KNOW I'M MARCIA STIll IS ONE OF THEM, FLINT. J THORN. WHAT j tASH THORN.' BUT MftYSE Y& THE DAUGHTER OF A MAM YOU MAY REMEMBER.' AND THERE'S A CERTAIN DO YOU WANT •>. / YOU DIDN'T KNOW THAT I HAVE fvYO LOVELY HOSTAGES M \ FRIEND OF YOURS NAMED LlBBV. By Leslie Turner s WASH TUBES BUT L«ER THEY \ DID VOU U^RN Wf-.A NOf.VET..BUT ..AND EASV \ IT kMGHT EXPLWN THE TWO CHINKS EU N\OCHO \ STR^NSERS WHO Yvftf HWIE F5UND rWSTERlOUSW IN TUCSON MW IT'S FANTASTIC, EftSY... X TROSE CKIfNNMS BUT IT'5 THE ONUS THEORY INvW SPftRE FATHER THM SEENSS TO EUPLWN / TO HELP THEN\ WITH FACTS \NE HP.VJE A THE SILVER NOW .V'lEBBER.. AND THEH'D NEVER THE RUINS, SUM V tG HERE TO R5TURN ^NO PUT OFFICERS ON THEIR. IRML! WHICH IAR.ORION HN? fAWNC-EP TO SCRMCH ft WE5SAGS OM BW?? WHEN DAP ^LSO REKCHEP TKS K.._.if ft,"^, b^< S\\. J ^mm'"i:mv» iMft-tf-jmn. COPR. 19« BY HEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REQ. U. S. PAT. OFF DONALD DUCK By Walt -Disney ' COPR. 19« SV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEO. 0. S. PAT. OI-F "Pop is starling to worry about the national debt again, Sis—I suppose thai means no movie this week I" "I'm sorry 1 can't tell you anything about my grades, Pop—it's a military secret!"- I'VE CH«vNGEP /V\V MINP.. I'UU PICK V UP M ElSHT! WELU, DON'T COME TO THE BUT I W*Er<i VOL), THAT CUTE N£\M BON Wlt-L BE THEFJE ! PON'T POR6ET... IN COSTUWvE! FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WERE YOU SpyiMG- ] IF YOU i s ..^ r TriE BOYS'GVM. I MUST KNOW -'t: i _ ___ ______ / u/n'oc SIMPLY TORTURED Tb KMOW WHAT COPIES? ) n : ;••;.• By. Carl Anderson A-HA!TRY!N'TO GET \ )l AWAY WITH A FISH EH ? s Tb \VHOM IT MAV CONCERN : THIS IS TO ANNOUNCF A REX/OLT OF ALL RED-BLOODED MALES HEMCEFORTM.NONEC US WILLTAKE A PkSEOlsl OUf DUC?IN6 SEASON UNLESS SHE PAYS THE BILLS/". *vs£;ZZ-S&z&%\ • ,1 \7 • ( ,rjr~~ C6n. 1916 BY ME* StRVICr. INC. T. M. REG. U i PAT. OFF?) 'The apnrlincnl is a bit small, so we had the stove set nn on I licru!" ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin Thimble Theater AMD NOW I WILL BE QUITE ) SHALL TAKE popeye WILL OF ME HE HEARS lino N. 3?,3,\r--ON 1 acX'd SIH C iso~\ s,ANNia /'inoHS MV 'SJ1VIS AW 'dOO 'X9H By Edgar MartEn XOU OH, QSo-VHtRi OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople "- '^2 •5E6GAR ^" 6ASS -«• ' .YOU'RE A MUSIC RED RYDER OJ HT :•'•£ VAIL R GriT, f=s:r;E •>) AGV.^- ..'( C-\N; v-J __.s -- -'•• •-, V. Our Companies Each Year Return to Polir.yholders Millions of Dollars in Snvintj2: S MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessnl.-le Lcg.il Reserve 108 East 2ml Phone 221 It can put you awful fix. That's why we'd like a chance to get its minor disorders corrected RIGHT NOW!
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