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\.:\\ | Paga Sht '**^ STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED ! Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One ®': Words ~ 20 b 25 fo 30 to 35 to <0 41 to 4 « to 5 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 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 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes of attj*ifld*tf,"Especially 'Stiff bristles.' Mfsi '"lieOn Bundy. Phone 138. 19-lni 1937 FORD 1% TON TRUCK, RE- cently overhauled. 41 motor. Good , 'rubber. H. E. Patterson, 2 miles out on Washington road. 4-6t 1939 4 DOOR "OLDSMOBILE SE- daft. A-l condition. G. B. Good- Witt. 2 •Ark. miles east of Bodcaw, 4-Gt MIDDLEBURSTER AND MOWER for A model Farmall tractor. Good condition. Cecil McCorkle, Hope, Rt. 3. Blevins road. 5-fit GOOD WHITE ROCK FRIERS. mash>fed :and,.just right. Hurry. Geo. F; Dodds, Phone 670-W. :•;. :. ; : -... . . 7-3t 6 ROOMS NICE FURNITURE— Gas heaters—coolerator —Wash- Wahfed NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Reynerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm Lost RED BRINDLE MULEY COW, Tag No. 8 in ear. Fresh brand H on left hip. Notify G. H. Cofield, Emmet, Ark. 9-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo Notice ROSSTON-CAMDEN BUS SCHE- dule. Leave Hotel Snyker at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-6t Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1946 v Klnq Features Syndicate. New York, Dec. 9 — Dan Tobin, the president of the Teamsters' Union, is 76-years old and will be pushed out of his job in a revolution of young turks. The only aspirant for his place is Dave Beck, of Seattle, a dictator in his own jurisdiction which includes the entire Pacific Coast. Beck entered the situation as Tobin's protege and, for ten years, has ruled not only xhe Teamsters but much of the interstate and intra-statc commerce of California. Washington and Oregon. He began by personal appointment as Tobin's representative. Beck is an alert, highly intelligent, aggressive professional unionecr who hales Communists and takes, ing machine—Tubs— Electric mangle. Must sell everything in next few days. Come early and get your choice. Tom Carrel apartment house, opposite Hope Police Station. 9-Gt FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, ONE ACRE "ground. Located just outside city limits, Prescott, Ark., Mrs. Violet Coe, Phone 20S or ISO, Prescott. 9-6t ONE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — . Excellent condition, good tires. Price $165.00. Call or see T. F. Grayson, Prescott, Arkansas, Phone 568. , 9-6t 130 ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES IIJ cultivation, good pasture, timber land, well watered and fenced. - Bargain $3200. '' Floyd Phillips McCaskill, Ark. 10-6t Arkansas Sportettes By CARL BELL Associated Press S[l>rts Writar Starters for the University of Arkansas basketball team in its first two games this season averaged a aaltry six feet. 4 1-5 inches, but ioach Gene Lambert can 'present a quintet made xip entirely of experienced hands which would have a mean of one-fifth of an inch under six :"eet, six inches. This could be accomplished by using Al Williams, the 'i-6 transfer from Ouachita, and Alan Carter. 6-5 letterman, at forwards: 6-10 George Kok at center and lettermen Roxie Rankin and Earl Wheeler, each 6-4, at guards. As a spare hand, Dr. Lambert would have Jimmy Catchcart, the 6-4 freshman from Little Rock. Williams and Kok have started each game, but Jesse Wilson, Bob Honea and Mel McGaha, all of 500 BUSHELS CORN. THIS YEARS cron. Elbert Tarpley, Hope, Rt. 1. Battlefield -community. 10-3t Services Offered less towering stature, have cut down the average. By employing his tailes; performers at the same time Lambert would have a taller team than the great Razorback combine of 19-U (J. Adams, Carpenter, Freiberger, Hickey -and Pitts), which averaged six-five to the man. Don't ever accuse John Barnhill, coach of the i Cotton Bowl Razorback grid team, of not knowing the score. Asked how many ducks his party SPORTS ROUNDUP | New York, Dec. 10 — (At— H may be prophetic that press head- quaVtcrs for the Western Conference meeting this week will be ,m the "dog fight room." . . . In addition .o drawing up schedules and com- Meting details ot«making the Rose- Bowl "game a private party, ihe conference will "review eligibility and other rules" . . . Inasmuch qs ;he Southeastern Conference is wlding its annual sessions at the same time, you may hear the preliminary snarls of something that won't exactly be a sewing bee, though it may not develop into a ft.-. dogfight, either As you recall, and deserves, credit for a success- lul fight in that area to confine Harry" Brides to the waterfront, resisting Bridges' efforts to shove his influence inshore. To call him a professional un- ioneer is simply to acknowledge 'that here is a relatively young r\an, in his fifties, who, like Tom Dewey in government, has made a profession of his occupation, study- 'ng the history of the labor movc- nent and developing his strength progressively, year after year. His power is such that, with a word from Seattle, he was able to call off the general strike in Oakland last week at an alarming, moment when, otherwise, a local, or wider, civil war might have occurred. However, he could start a civil war just as easily under our laws. Although he is much more intelli-1 gent and efficient than Tobin and has none of the old man's vanity, he is not, necessarily, a more desirable man from the standpoint of the whole public. He undoubtedly would clean out, however, many of the stupid old )ocal and .regional bosses of Tobin's political organization within the teamsters and organize an entirely new administra- there has been considerable difference of opinion in college circles about eligibility and a special gathering of conference leaders last summer did little to straighten it out . . . Now many college men expect the Big Nine to lead the way in slapping down the more "edmmcrcial"— or honest, if yoi< prefer — groups, notably the Southeastern. Professional Notes In the interests of more colorful writing (or why didn't we think of that first?) we offer: H. V. Wade, Detroit New •— "In Georgia they say Halfback Charley Trlppi could be' governor if he wanted. Isn't it in his contract'.'" ski, Endicott, N. .Eddie Calcn- Y., Bulletin — Thumbnail description of Jerry Coursol: A good-iooking :'ighter with a gift of jab." One-Minute Sparts Page The bonus limits passed by bnscbnll leagues last week should be a break fnr .taolbnll, both pro and college. Under the new rules, a major league club can't afford to city a player more than $0,000 unless they "feel sure he's a big leaguer from the start and football can meet that kind of prices. . . . The Montana basketball team that faces City College at ihe Garden tonight averaged 70 points in its last M games last season but Coach Jiggs Dahlbcrg figures condition .-iiid competition will keep the scoring down this time . . . Charley t usari. who makes his de- Sentenced Reversed by High Court Little Rock, Dec. <) - </P) - TUC seC M, en u y was dismissed. Arkansas buprcme yjurl voversfd, -fr, e lowol . courl gra ntcd a 12-year sentence lor second do- judgments and both parties gi-ec murder today with a ruling p c[ rt c( j quired mules and harness in the course of his employment and that n charge ,o£ $480 was entered •against ,him on their books, alloying he moved from the county, they filed the replevin action for the team or $480. Eagle filed a cvoss complaint sueKtiig 1J88U damages (met costs on grounds the Mitchells had him arrested wrongfully on a theft charge which suu- both ap- bul as New York main-event fighter Friday, stiil takes over his father's milk route occasionally when Pop isn't .feeling well. tion. Eeck nlso is now the most likely candidate for the presidency of the entire American Federation of Labor but not necessarily as the immediate successor to William Green, who is 78-years weary of the painful old and personal strife which moved John L. Lewis to write last year that there actually was no labor movement in the United States but a confusion of bitter rivalries. To be elected Pres- FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings, Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo . i jij- WAtLCi. llV-lllliUo. J.U U\: UlUULIJU llca- . bagged on a recent hunting oxcur- ident f lh A F f L dj . . sion near Stuttgart, "Barme" re-j datc must go to the convention LET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD mattresses or make new ones. Phone 229-J. Cobb's Mattress Shop. 23-lm FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand, gravel and dirt, Call 138. ..20-2w -WE CAN NOW GIVE FROM 5 TO 10 days delivery on new blinds made in Texarkana! Guaranteed free ..estimation, also free installation. We can now re-tape, re-cord, paint and make your blinds like new. Quick service. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Avenue, Phone 4520-W. 7-lm lied: "About 20. You know, ducks are iinda like touchdowns — they're lard to get." In case you haven't been tabu- ati'ng', the Porkers scored 20 six- pointers this iall. Male Help Wanted - WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK- keeper, general office work. Applications strictly confidential. Give full details as to experience and salary expected. Write Box 98, Hope, Arkansas, 7-tf For Sale or Rent 25 ACRE FARM ON COLUMBUS road. Old Pinson place. Mrs F. R. Smeltzer, Prescott, Ark 10-3: For Rent TWO UNFURNISHED APART ments. Newly papered. Call 712-J 10-3 Maybe it's the mountain air or he good home-grown food, but Ar- cansass can lay claim as a state to he title of "champion producer of botball ends." Here's a partial box score on kVonder State products: Don Hutson, the all-time all- imer of the Green Bay Packers; Jim Benton, all-nationa-1 leaguer who succeeded Hutson -as the pass snagging king, Howard Hickey and Ray Hamilton, all with the Los An- ?eles Rams; Jim Lee Howell, re- jular for the NFL's /eastern division champion New York Giants, and Alton Baldwin, the Razor- Dacks' current All-American. And then, there was a pretty :Tai All-Amjerica hand named Wear Schoonover up Fayetteville way in the late twenties. I with a strong union and a big block of delegates behind him and Ihe Teamsters are one of the big ones. Matt Woll, o£ the Photo-Engravers, for example, is a landmark, -who in some political circumstances, might be taken as a compromise candidate as the Re- Short stuff: Acquisition of Sherm Tidal Wave Wrecks Nazi Ship Europa Lc Havre. Franco, Doc. 9 —(/I 1 )— The Gorman-built lino Europa, i'e- namcd the Libertu by the 1'Tench, snapped her moorings in a gale- drivon tidal wave today, gashed her side against harbor wreckage and sank into the mud on a shallow side of the Lc Havre basin. The 49,746-ton vessel, assigned to France as war reparations, act- tied with a heavy list upon recession o£ the tidal wave, which had caused the sea to rise three leel above normal. However, a rising tide later righted her, indicating she had retained some buoyancy. French line officials expressed hope that the Liberte, dogged by uacl luck since she was launched at Hamburg as a north German Lloyd liner in August, 1938, could be ref'ated. The sea and. wind tore the vessel from the French line docks and shoved her across the basin, with anchors dragging, in less ihan three minutes. Wreckage staved in the Liberte's side at the level of the machine room and water flooded through the gaping hole. However, there was no loss ol life. All aboard were iaken ashore at 8 a. m. Fire lighting companies stood by. next biggest is the 23,500-ton Do Grassc. No other French liner is of more than 17.000 tons. The sinking occurred • the day after search ships found an oil spot marking the watery 1,000-yard deep of the submarine 23-20 that "suspicion cannot be substi tilled for proof, :ior supply \he plac« of evuk'iicc necessary In ovcicome the presumption of innocence." The decision directed ihal .lohn- son circuit court give a new. trial to Earnest (Bud) Johnson, Lamar farmer, who originally was charged with first degree murder by "striking, bruising and choking" Hlne- hart Herman Doerr, a neighbor, Aug. 30, 1945. Doerr's nude body was found Aug. 31 in Spadra creek near Clarksville by a group of picnickers. The stale charged that Johnson and Doerr had spent a "considerable portion of Inn day together" , and were seen going together toward Spadra creek. "Both ot them were drinking," the decision declared. Doerr's clothing never was found but ashes containing shoe eyelets, lacks and a 'zipper' were i'ound near where his body was discovered. The autopsy showed vhal he did not drown. Johnson denied harming Doerr and the supreme court said v no trouble between the parties, no ill will on the part of the appellant toward the deceased, was shown - o————Damon Runyon, Author, Is Seriously III New York, Dec .9 ™(/D— Damon Runyon, author and columnist, is critically ill at Memorial hospital with a liver ailment, hospital Tuesday, December 10,1946 f Early Action on Garland Election Case Indicated Little Rock, Dec. 9 W).— The Arkansas supreme court took .under submission today for possible decision next Monday the Garland county election contest suit gr6w- ing out of the July 30 Democratli* primaries. The case was nor i argued. The suits were brought by ex- servicemen's candidates who subsequently were elected in the November general .election. ££ I* Jl V'C L'l ll i<J r»n u 111 n i 111'.~ *d«j-*.v* ---,-.- - . which had been unrcported s i nce , by the evidence nor was there any it left Tulim Thursday with 10 men i P™" adduced to show ih;it rob abcnii-d | bury was the motive. lAe the libcrtc, the 23-20 was a! former German craft acquired by the French, leading to speculation whether there might be some connection between the two losses. The giant ship's lurch :"rom her moorings was so sudden that accounts of what happened were (^on- used. French lino representatives said it was "not sure" that it was he hulk of the Paris which caused he damage. She first sank with a heavy list, out righted herself later with vhe rising tide, indicating she had re- .ained some buoyancy. This heightened the hopes of line officials that the ship could be re- floated. If not it will be the biggest M>st-war blow to recovery of French pre-war standing in transatlantic trade. The 49-746-ton Europa was built built in 1928 in Hamburg tor Nord- Duetscher Lloyd. Earlier this year the captured Miner was turned over to the French government by war reparations christened the commission •Libert." -o— the and adduced was not sufficient to establish guilt of appellant with the certainty that the court- requires in cases ot this kind. We cannot say that the circumstances uh:nvn could not bo reasonably explained except upon the hypothesis ol the appellant's guilt, x x x." The court affirmed judgments awarded by Arkansas circuit court to both sides in litigation Involving a leplevin action brought by D. F. Mitchell, Shcrrill planters, against Pat Eagle, a lormer tenant on their plantation. The Mitchells charged Eat.;le ac- MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Texarkana DINE & DANCE officials said today. Runyon has been hospitalized :"or three days. Sec Us For .. . INSURANCE Insure with the Stronaer Mutual Companies. Complete ProteC; tlon . . . 20% Return Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGSl • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile GARDENS Vi Mile East, Hy 67 Closed Sunday & Monday OPEN Rest of the Week 5 P.M. til 12P.M. Plenty of Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners Real Estate , LOANS • Gl 4% Interest • FHA 4i% Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up to 20 Years to Pay! Foster-Ellas Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 Topaz is the symbol of cheerful-1 ness and pleasant dreams. publicans selected Alf Lao from Kansas, a small state, in 1936. But ordinarily a small union, such as the Photo-Engravers, could not elect its man. Woll wouldn't -lake the job, even as a compromise man, however, for he is 67-years old, himself, and enjoys a prosperous and comfortable life in the role of executive and dignitary, with an insurance business as. a sideline. No other field offers greater opportunities to young men than unionism in the A. F. of L. Until Lewis jeopardized his own power- with the current coal strike and drew dovyn upon his union and himself the fines and the spectacular denunciation pronounced by Judge T. Alan Goldsborough, a scheme had existed whereby Lewis was to persuade Green to resign as president of the A. F. of L. and contrive 'the appointment of Wil- The storm harassed other- vessels along the waterfront. . .,. . A United States naval launch broke her moorings near the' Citadel and sank. The French liner Palmyre snapned her lines and drifted, but was brought under control without damage. Harbor observers expressed belief, the long-rusting hulk of the sunken French liner Paris .caused the damage to the Liberte. French line representatives said later, however, they were "not sure" as to what wreckage was responsible. The loss ot Ihe Liberte would se- riousiy nandicap the French line in its bid "for passenger traffic. It has only one other j.argc vessel, the 43,000-ton He de France. The HARRY SEGNAR , PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street York Yankees to replace an Arkansan, Bill Dickey with another. . Johnny Logan, the former Indiana All-American who sparked serviqe teams at Camps Chaffee and Robinson during the war, is playing with the St. Louis Bombers of the Basketball Association of America, He scored 17 points m a while appearing to shower him with kindness. Like Hutcheson, Lewis, and F.D. Roosevelt, old Dan has been a good practicing nepotist for there have always been soft, well-paid " single game last week. Police reported that vandals slashed to shreds jerseys of the Paragould high grid team as they hung on a clothesline following a season's end laundry job. Los? or Strayed jSJ)gfe M s'i PERSIAN CAT, CREAM colored, half grown. Answers to name "Sandy". Reward for return. Mrs. Doyle Reaves, Phone 848-W. 10-3t OPEN YOUR OWN, STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete Information write or wire: National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Billy Fox, 7G, Philadelphia, knocked out Shelton Bell, 173, Youngstown, O., (5). Newark, N. J. — Norman Rubio, 148 1-2, Albany, N. Y., outpointed Tony Vero a 140, Stamford, Conn., Conn. — Natman Hamden, Conn., (8). New Haven, Man, 189, knocked out Johnny Allen, 208, "hiladeiphia, (4). By United Press Troy, N. Y. — Leon Shepard, 156, Brooklyn, stopped Frank Wills, 155, Washington, (4). VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records and Albums f,o.r every age and taste. MAKE THIS .. MUSICAL WRONG CUSTOMER Rockford, 111., Dec. 9 big A. F. of L. unions, xo serve the unexpired portion of Green's term. Hutcheson, who is 77-years old, long ago planned for his son, Morris, who is :cirst vice-president of the carpenters. The Carpenters' Constitution specifically provides that, in the case of a "vacancy 1 . 1 in the presidential office, the first vice-president, shall become president. Hutcheson has wanted the A. F. of L. presidency as an honor to end his carer. It is impossible to foresee whether Lewis will emerge irom his present troubles bigger than ever, a busted dictator or only scuffed up. Anyway, the scheme certainly I goes on ice for a time, but even if old Hutch should presently get a term or a portion of a term as president of the A. F. of L. that would mean no impediment to Beck's ambitions, if he wants the job. Hutcheson is just too old to carry on. Beck might be delayed a year or two but "mat little ume would serve him comfortably in the development of his political plans and power. In any case, Beck scorning on whereas the old men are tired and fading and realize now that the only question facing them is not whether they will go but how gracefully. Although Beck was, as stated, a protege of Tobin, and has been one -(/Pi— Bar- ender Robert McCarthy said it vas bad enough when someone stole his $20 green topcoat from the avern where he works, but he Jelt worse when Frank Jennings tried .o sell it back to him for fpl.50 a few hours later. Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service CHRISTMAS CARDS Gentry Printing Co. on the team- payroll. The Tobin's iuive really been a royal family. Tobin had ambitions to be secretary of labor under Roosevelt but was told Mrs. Roosevelt had promised the job to her friend, Frances Perkins, who held it until Mr. Big died. So the closest that Dan ever came to his goal was one of 'those selfless secretariats in the White House, in 1940. He lasted only :"rom August to October, however, and no explanation ever was made of what he did or why he got out. When Roosevelt was trying to pack the supreme court his press- agents insisted that a man's usefulness diminished after 70. Here are Tcbin 76, Hutcheson 77, Green 78, and Lewis 67, all sot on old ideas, cramped by old rivalries and defensive positions and unable to consider any progressive plans. Changes are in the making now. A year or a-little more will see the clearance of old monuments, personalities as well as antiquated prejudices and reactionary ideas. Give Her a SPENCER SUPPORT FOR CHRISTMAS It niBans giving her a beautiful figure and better health. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Hope, Ark, of his counsellors in recent years, he may have had a hand in making Tobin ridiculous with his pomposity and posturings by encouraging him to treat himself as a great man. Some clever mind certainly was responsible for the idea of giving Tobin a royal winter palace ' Jennings denied he stole the coat| in M '-irni Beach which Tobin was but was held on a larceny charge. "; ac >' L ° a ? c . oljt -, asr an ex P re ssion __.;: r_ f "appreciation from his sub- CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size ot mattresses. 1 Day Service in Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rti St. Phone 119 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main HAVE YOUR CAR WINTERIZED at MAYO'S Texaco Service Station PHONE 6 REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B Shop early. The perfect (Jlft awaits you at COBB^|)QLEY RADIO €Q Radio, Phonographs and Radio Service ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J ects, at a cost of .$100,000 to ihem, ntil someone suddenly j-eminded irn that Jimmy Petrillo, of the nusicians, who got a $50,000 man ion .from his "boys" in Chicago, iad to pay income tax, plus penal- ies, on the v.ilue. As a compro- riise the winter palace was tcch- licully reserved for the entire royal caste of the teamsters, although ["chin has first claim, and the jroperty belongs to the union, vfeverthelcss, the publicity given this extravagance and Tobin's gen eral self-indulgence, including his gambling in Florida last winter, iave helped to create a serious rank and file resentment against him. Then, too, his constitution was amended to provide unlimited travel at home and abroad anc "periodic rests' ' for ihe ok humbler, with his wife, all at the expense of the serfs who pay vhe dues, and moreover, that this lux urv should be for Dan Tobin, only and not for any successor in office He had tried to ignore vhe criti cism but it is fierce and it hasn' abated. A clever rival could no have devised a more delicious wa; to make a churnp of the old guj William R. Herndon Photographer Second floor First National Bank Phone 493 Christmas Specia! 8x10 Sepia Portrait and One Dozen Personalized Christmas Cards (from your choice of 4 negatives) For .$ A (\(\ Only ^KUV Additional Cards $3.00 Doz. AMERICAN CAFE PRESCOTT, ARK. » • Open 24 Hours Daily • • Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. Robert A. Gammill Mgr. Doug iplTV Carl Bacon V*»l I T Jones ELECtRIC CQ — for— House- • Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 At Christmas Time There is one gift you can be sure will give grateful pleasure and lasting happiness. Your Photograph Open Sundays Till Christmas The Shipley Studio "Artist Photographers" 220 S, Walnut Hope, Ark. WANTED White Oak Los and Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak f Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more Details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. I will offer for public sale at my farm 4 miles south of Hope on Hope-Patmos Road, Thursday, December 12 7 1946 Commencing at 10 o'clock, the following property to-wit: 1 pair Mules, 3 years old 1 pair Mules, 2 years old 1 Brood Mare, 6 years old 4 Cows, fresh and to freshen by day' of sale 25 or 30 head Mixed Cattle 1 Texas Terrace Machine, 7 ft. blade 1 Fresno 1 Bermuda Grass Digger, 3 up 1 Bermuda Grass Digger, 2 up 12 1-Horse Breaking Plows 6 2-Horse Breaking Plows 3 Middleburstcrs 6 Kelley Plows 3 Fertilizer Distributors 15 Georgia Stocks 5 Cotton Planters 2 Stalk Cutters 6 International Cultivators with equipment 4 Spring Tooth Harrows 5 V-Harrows 4 New Ground Stocks 200 Buzzard Wings and Hill Sweeps 50 Single Trees Blacksmith Shop — Complete Bolls and Clevises 5 3-Up Eveners TOO Straight Shovels 2 Section Harrows 2 Sets Britching 2 Sets Leather Harness 4 Leather Halters 12 Sets Plow Gear 12 Leather Collars 1 McCormick Deering Broadcasting Distributor, Rubber Tires 1 Large Size Hammer Mill 1 23/i Wide Tire Wagon 1 Corn Sheller 1 Block and Line Some Forks and Shovels 1 Model A Farmall Tractor with Equipment 1 Steel, Rubber Tire Wagon with Float 20 Cans Roofing Paint 2000 Used Bricks 1 1945 1 !/2 ton Truck, First Class Condition 1 Cream Separator Bedroom Suit 1 Chifferobe and Chairs Variety Check Lines and Other Harness And many other articles too numerous to mention. LUNCH ON THE GROUND R. H. "Buss" TUNSTALL, Owner SILAS SANFORD, Auctioneer For a Quality Job... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Basket Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO, Phone 1000 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS OZARK IKE By Chick round Bv Rav Gotto TAKEN HERJP 11 HO\fc OUT DANCING W uONG HAVE EVERY NIGHT J J^THEV BEEN SINCE THEY'VE A ( MARRIED ? BEEN MARPIEDy ^_—.-"— S ARE MY TWENTY-TWENTIES OfT TH' SKIDS, MR, M'BAf T...OR IS THAT REALLY MY HORSE MEATBALL MASQUERADING \S*MISS SHE SAYS JOHN HASN'T COME HOME LATE ONE NIGHT IN THEIR •* \WHOLE MARRIED LIFE MRS. SLTTCN TOLD ME ^v HER HUSBAND BRINGS HER ) A LITTLE PRESENT EVEPV J EVENIN3 WHEN HE COMES HOME-CANC?/ OR FLOWE.RS SUIEEPSTRKES ONE MILE , T CHECK NOW, MISS RATION;., THEY'RE AT POST*, By Michael O'Malley & Ralph l.ane By Galbraith By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES CARNIVAL YOU'RE FOR<5ETTIN r ,.fI "' 1 / NICE WORK, CHIEF. THAT'S REALSHOOTIN': I KIN KNOCK A SQUIRREL'S EYE OUT AT IOO YARDS, INSPECTOR GROWL. SUPPOSE YOU SET ON BUBBLE WHILE I INSPECTIGATE THIS /—=. \FAL5E TANK By Leslie Turner WASH TUBES I'M NOT MWOUS TO SEUi ON CONDITION J WIRE THE COUNTESS OH, Mfe.to'KEE! HERE'S cKEE . IN THE COMPLEX CHORE OF GETTING (S MEW RfctOR IN OPERKHON IP I SET WMKLEim TURN mT SOU REFURNISH / THM MN PRICE WRE FROM A. COUNTESS MAN TO DIRECT W T\SING PROBLEMS.OVER TO.HIIA fcND ML SIX BWHROOfAS $94,000....THPsT IF. t>\ GfcNZINI. OFFERING- RUNDOWN THERE FOR K UTTUE WITHLWEW5ER 1 SHB VIW4TS PURP16 490,000 FOR VOUR HOM£ \N PW.IAETTO BEP.CHJ IF I CM SETHIS NNPN FROM THP.T CONFOUNDED JORKUAiI- F1XTURES SHE NMGHT PMNTWG 'EN ' By Wait Pisney CCPR. 1940 DY NEA SEP1VICE. IMC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. DONALD DUCK COPR. 1946 BY UCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCO. U. 0. PAT. OFF. "But if I dan't tell my aunts my dress size and how grow*** up I am, they'll all send me dolls again!" MEET ME ON BOA.GP AMP VYEM? AN APPROPRIATE COSTUME... OE. ELSE f "De very least youse guys could do is boo de decision!" ,-WHO WANTS T' GO VACKTIN' ON THAT TUB THAT PUB!? IT'S A FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Hcrshberaer FUNNY BUSINESS SHADYSIBE S REVERE RIDES AGAIN SCHOOL PLAY ENDS ABRUPTLY LOVELS BOAT ANP HE'S AN EXCELLENT n SAILOE' By Carl Anderson IM STREET, FIMALLV ''THE WAV WAS STAGED IN ORDER TO I Hovv'u. WE RAISE $500 FOR A FAINTING- BY JACK, FROST • " • OF f 416? / YOU ' \w, BY NEA srtvicE. IMC. T. M. REG. u. s. PAT. OFF. "He couldn't find his fc. !" ALLEY OOP Bv V. T. Hamlin KEMEM3E2, OOP-NOU'Ec A TOUGH HOMBRE/ OUTA MY WAY, YOU SIDEWINDERS GANGWAY/ Y'60T ME.'Y Y=H"H6 MU&T Be THAT? ORNERY I QUICK ON THE CUSS, \ DRAW TO HAVE AIN'T HE? A LIVED SO LONG/ Thimble Theater IP I PULLS 'IM 1 OSCAR, ARE =[ OSCAR'S MY. VA OKAS'?? OUT,THE SHIP/ AHOV. OSCAe, KINJ VA HOLD IT WILL FILL WIT'> WATER!! =1 WHAT'S VOURS J7 OL6A WHILE I GOES ON DECK TO F^ <3ET A TIMBER?? B~5 ILL f/- 1 POPEVE, BUT PLEASE YES, POPEVE -I TAKE VOUR TIME. 1 ! TAKE VOUR TIME, POPEVE!' By Edgar Martin ' _. k»i 1,1 ii« I— i n._,u-.Tr--m..w,-J-l_,.-.--rj_ TU. QtT HIS M \Y<=, V—y : ^S&& ^ With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY GREAT CAESAR/,\ OPEM TUe."DOOR. 22^2* VJIDE,PIV<E/ LET "" " lv\E IM FIRST DRATT&D GWsJDER MUST HAME 'ReTrtc&UY yJHO OSED TO LIONiS MA30R-"- £>O Oi BACK AMD HIIA -THINK. HE'S S-SSST.' I JiS> WANTEP 'EM TO JUMP ALL OVER TO OPEW AT Y ME ABOUT GITTIN' INTO /_ FIREPLUG WITH \ TROUBLE WITH TH' LAW" A AUTO f^ DISGRACIM' 'EM AN' WRENCH? J ^, STUFF —THEN HANP 'EM TH' TICKET YOU LEFT.' MEVM GOOSE IS A STRAI OF EA6UE YA CAhJAR-V \A\oA =--^.^,^// M..JIUV Fred Hqrmon RED RYDER -WKICB "TriE 6015 TAKE UtiBRAN&PED STUFF TRACKS (SO-U/A THE UU5UEC5 10 C5EV A COO O START OK>U5, LITTLE &EAMER' VVSEO RTfOEff WE CM* CATCri"" ~ ' ' ^ ' iz-io WANTS TO Be r.-uNE = COPB . „„ ,,-w. «M^ giym«tuvict.iMe.r M r.ic u t ftt on. T « .tc u ..«r.orr.WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY ^^^^^S^S^K^SK9^^.^fS^yKi^^f'Si?-3fiS:SSf:

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