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fttfpl IT A I Bobcats Turn Back Stubborn Crossett Conch John Pierces Bobcats—--- * journeyed to Cr...«sott last night I AfKQflSQS find met n fired up bunch of EnuU.'S; btl( nullified In slip ,i»;>.v w,lh ,1 fiy fR g PflttSS Last Night's Results I'-ni-t Srnith 1!). Llttlp ttock Ccn- Very important 7-0 dislne 1 victory. This was the firs', timo -mee lilnfl that Ihe Kagli-s \\eie b. nten nn 1rn)( , their home field. | K] f 3nrn d o 41. pine Bluff 32 The only touchdown of the Harm-, N bf ,,. n Tcn _ 2 0. Blytheville 13 j came in the second quarto,-_ with ; ^ ju|( , n ^ Cnlhnllc I3 _ c'onwny Rpl s cnpsulo si«-up McDpugald Is Credited by Casey Stengel By JctrtflY LISKA Asseeialed Press Sports Wr-ilsf- MILWAUKEE (AP> — "Gil Me- Dougald came through for Us with Arkansas Lakes soitip amazing plays and We jlisi wotihd up looking like the real New York Yankees." Thai was Manager Casey Sten- of his Yanthe Bobcats driving "il yards in ^ only four plays KulllncU IVm ' Boot he meed the final 2 : > ya:-ds for thr lom-hrlinvn ;md Johnny Gravo* converted. Hope almost got imotliof one in the final minutes of the st-rotul period when .lorry Thunnan re- coverod an Knalc fumble on the Crossett nine. The Hnbc-ats drove to the one but tho sloul C'rnssotl defense held :is the half ended. Crossett look tin- kickoff opening the final period and mnrchcd to j midfiekl but WHS forced to punt Johnny Graves took il on the 15 i and scampered 50 yards right up j ,stul"i;i't 20. Wyno 7 the middle but again (he rugged • Carlislo (i. Lonokt 0 Crossett defense checked tliu drlvo I Bentim 43, Mabelvnlo G Vnn Buren ?.2. Clurksville ? Mope 7, Crossett 0 Fnyetteville fi, Springdnlo 0 Ecu-rest City G. Mariana 0 Camdon fairview 20, Arkadcl- phin 0 Subiaco 31, ttarrison 19 Helena 21. Brinkley 13 HoRers 27. HuntsVille 13 Wesl Memphis 13. .Innesboro 0 Mnlvern IH. C'amclen 12 MaKnolin 2(1. Mono 12 Newport 2~>. Pni'OKOiild 7 Morrilton 27. Uiissellvllle IS The I'est of the contest was about even with neither elub able to pen- •Clrale deep enough for ;i serious scoring ihrent. It was n very hard- fought game with Hope piling up | the statistics -but only one touch- clown. The victory gnve the Bobcats an inside track in district play with two victories. Next week Hope entertained another conference foe in Fairvio.w of Camden. The Statistics: First Downs Yards rushing Yards passing Passes . . . Completions Hope Crossotl 15 5 250 !)!) . . 15 0 i) 5 2 0 Lebanon Ends Trial of Ex-Premier BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP>—Iraq's special military court has completed the trial of Fadhil Jamali on charges of crimes against the state and people during the monarchy. He is in prison awaiting the 'verdict Advices from Baghdad toclap are that the ex-premier, recent foreign minister and former chief of the Iraqi delegation to the U N., may not learn his fate for weeks. The five • man court, set up' the revolutionary government after the overthrow and killing of King . ,Faisal in July, reportedly intends to complete the trials of all accused leaders of the lung's regime before announcing the verdicts. Borryville 2-1. Springfield Parkview H (i Beebe 25. Harding 0 Batesvllle (i. Bald Knob 0 Fuller 13, Bismarck C Clinton Ifl. Hcber Springs 0 •England 12, Cabot 0 Greenwood 45, Darclanelle 7 Dos Arc 'ID, Do Vails Bluff 6 De Queen 25. Hugo, Ok la. 0 Dierks 3B. Murl'reesboro 0 Earle 13, Wilson 6 OzHt-k 20, anvllle 0 Trumann 31, Augusta 12 Benrclen 27, Junction City 0 Lake Village 12, Dormot 0 Forclyce 23, Dumas 7 Holly Grove '17, Elaine 0 Gui-don 20. Prescott 13 Harrisburg 21. Lepanlo 0 Clarendon 18. Ha/en 12 Parkin' 20, Hughes 7 Horatio 27, Foreman 0 Marion 34, Reiser 7 Hot Springs Lakeside 23, Bryant 0 Marked Tree 27, Corning 7 Mansfield 27, Boonevillc 0 Magnet Cove 7, Sheridan G Mnvvell 44. Cotton Plant 13 McCrory 14. Searcy 12 'Paris 10, A'lrna'O .Joiner Shawnee 7, Biirdetle 0 Lewisville 28, Strong G Wntson Chapel 45. Star City. 0 Warren 26, Bauxite'6 Rison 13, White Hall 0 Atkins 12. Hartford 0 Gillott 40, Barton 12 Mountain ttiome 13, S i 1 o a m Springs 12 Monticollo 19, McGehee 7 Do Witt 26, Jacksonville 0 Norphlet 12, Stamps 12 (tic) Walnut Ridge 34, Piggott U Osceolu 25, Pocahonlas '18 Deserter Freed, Back With French Wife KJBEMONT. France CAP) — Wayne Powers was back from 11 ' U,S,. Army stockade loclny with , the French woman who hid him .1 -"during 14 years as P deserter and gave him four children. The couple Is expected to ho ., married soon, although Powers made no announcement after his release Thursday. Ho said earlier he planned to wed Yvette Beleusc Powers, 37, of Chillieotbo, Mn., was arrested last March in the , tiny village of Mont d'Orign.v when French police finally camu across him He was court-mar- tialed and sentenced to 10 years in prison but this was reduced to -• six months, Laos Devaluates Its Currency VIENTIANE, Laos (API — The government of Laos devalued Its currency today. The old late ha-'J been criticized in Washington as contributing to waste of U.S. aid to this Southeast Asian kingdom The kip was devalued from 35 for a dollar to 80, kees' triumph over the Milwaukee Braves in the World Series. Although Thursday's 6-3 Yankee victory in the seventh and deciding series game had Mose Skowroh, Bob Turly and Alston Howard as primary heroes, Me- Dougalcl was New York's big pla^ maker and bellwether in the Urv hill Yankee buttle over the entire series. "You see We didn't look so tint fielding or base running early In the series." said Stengel. "Our pitching is fine, but il lakes Mr- Dotlgald to settle us down, tto made some plays that were splendid — actually amazing." Second sacker MrDnngnlcl ntso wound up with a 321 series batting average, topped on the Yankee squad only by Hunk Bauer's 323. McDouijald's G hits in 28 trips included 2 homers and 2 doubles. Actually, this appeared to be a World Series the Braves forgot to win — only because the Yankees started to remember they wore the Yankees. While everybody was swooning ovei the great one-two Braves pitching punch of Warren Spahn and Lew Burclclle, Yankee pitchers made a seres strikeout record that may stand for many years. Headed by Whitcy Ford's 13 strikeouts, seven Yankee pitchers whiffed 56 Braves to break the 20-year-old series record of 50 set by the Philadelphia A's against the? Chicnlo Cubs. It was the old Yankee recipe of mely homers which broke Mil- •nukee's back. They belted 10 omers against only 3 by the iraves One of Milwaukee's homers wns swat by pitcher Bxu-delle, one 3y leacloff man Bill Bruton and no by catcher Del Crandall. None jf Milwaukee's long ball artists — lank Aaron, Wes Covlngton, Ed \1athews or Joe Adcock — could. each the .fence. The key blow of the series may lave been delivered by Howard, single oft Burdettn after Yogi 3erra doubled to start the big Yankee inning. Going into the eighth, Buixlelto lad allowed only three hits and lone figured in Now York's two- un second. When Berra slapped ils two-bagger with two out in tho ciglrth. everybody expected the Jraves would order a pass for -loward'^to fill first and make n force play possible at third to second. But Howard punched a hopper over second, scoring Berra. Along with McDougald, Howard figured prominently in vesloriiv,' confidence to the Yankee defense. After bumping his knee on n clumsy try for Burdettc's homer the. second series game. How- LITTLE fl6cf£ (API— fteft; is n fishing report and forecast from I ho Arkansas Garhe awcl Fish Cnrnrnislon: LAKH OUACftlTA: Slack bass fair on artificial bail ahd live minnows; brparn fnlr on worms and crickets. BUtJL SMOALS LAKE! Bass fair nh minnows, trolling; white -bass fair on artificial bait. Ihillifig; bream ifood ori popping bugs. LARK NOftFOHK: Black basS fair on Crayfish and on artificial bait, trolling, crappic tail- on art! t flcial bnit. LAKE CATHISRINR: No fe- port. LAKE CONWAV: Bass good en artiflcinl bait and minnows. LAKE GREESON: Largcrrtouth fair on red nnd black plnstif worms; Inrgcmmiths and whit? bass good on lopwaler lures, when schooling. LAKE HMLTON: QJack bas-s good on artificial arid live bait, tt-oliing, and on spinners. KEY TO SITUATION •ROANOKE, Va. UP) — A secretary in the federal building here has learned that no two keys in the building fit the same look. She locked the keys to her hhouse, ear, office, and postoffice box in a cabinet. A lockswith proved to be the key 1° her situation. QUTD Last month, you who read this ''column mny remember that we had quite a to say about tho clove-shooting' i Regulations. Since then we have done a bit of investigation and some startling things have come to light. The- whole iblooming situation whipli now confronts the law-a'bid- jng dove shooter has been brought a/bout 'by one, and one only, defi- ' nite cause — the appalling and To understand what brought bout the decline, there are two things that should .be explained First, all too many dove shooters paid little or no attention to the game laws. They killed what- ihe.\ could and took their chapces on apprehension toy the authorities. So long as there weren't too many dove shooters, this lawless ness did only slight damage. Thet tho second phase made itself felt IflJrV w M L*av ^^ n^v, nftJvuti'p VH-T-I -.-.---- — - - !-• f • ' § Incredible ferocity of the decline , Jntorest in upland gunning on the jn sportsmanship op the part of (he gunning public. •flunk back and you may recall the unprecedented pheasant shoot- ipg that maintained in the Dakota? |l) the 1940s. Both fforjh and £outh pakota had more pheasants P'Vv than was economically sound for '" - .'ijje farmers and the crops of those -j '|tatps, Hewsreels, advertising and, jj^ publicity, sponsored by the Dal\o- 'Vita's, begged sportsmen of the na^ ''?* tior) to come and shoot pheasants. */ iY rfayer will J forget tha\ first '"/ pheasant season spent In South '•'•'DaHola, 'it was not uncommon to >'».*'Sgp A'°ni 50 io 2 °Q ringneck phea- ,V V sjnts. driven from a single corn-,>l-, ffgld. EJooh gunner wpg allowed "• "fiyi roosters and three hens per " ' §i\4 h$ could bring home 40 when h.e left the state. o[ the natwn re- to the invitation and they Hope Star Classified Ads AB§ MUST BE IN OFNCE DAY BEFORt PUILIgATIQN - PHQNf 7-34S', Notice WE Buy < We S«U > Wi H*Bt MEAL U§f AT 8 ft, fi, FRANKLIN A, P, Belong, Mow»fd Collier, •Ml ard yield Yankee Norm Siebev. left field to part of the general public ingress ed by leaps and 'bounds. Whor (here was pne dove gunner 35 01 40 years ago, today there are 5Q, While the dove hunters wej- allowed »U day shooting — suiws to sunset — too many of the wn scrupulous gunners wade it a practice to shoot a limit of in the morning, then so out shoot a limit in the aften Those who lived near state bore ej-s often inanaged to pjeH U, three limits a day — two in one. slate and a third in the' adjoining state. "Compounding this was the tendency of otherwise responsible citizens to overshoo( theij- JpgaJ llrnhs- On holidays and weak.enas, ggme laws were' cgmplptely- |gr« gotten at the bij dove shoots. Aw '\su0rtstna.n§bip" — that bepaws simply a word in the dictionary. So — 'because of ths tran.sgre.s- Many a New Western. Comes to TV By BOB THOMAS AP Motion Picture Writer HOLLYWOOD CAP- — Tho new TV season has brou'ght forth umpteen Westerns and one Southern, suh, name of Yaiicy Derringer This Derringer is a cold character of post 'belle New Orleans, who carries three firing arms bearing his own name. TSxpopi for a mustache and a vaguely Ifirc' 1 - nous nature, vou mie,ht lake him fgr another TV idol named the Range Rider, Or he mishl »ass lor JocH" Mtihonc-y. star of Univni-nal- Jntprnational movies. All are the same guy, a towering, muwular ox-stunt man who is now embarking on his fourth career in films. And this ono seems to be the most promising to dale, ALC Seeking to Control College Cash LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Stato Rep. Paul Van Dnlscm Wants thr> Legislature to control cash funds belonging to the University of Arkansas and other state colleges. He announced yesterday that a bill is being prepared to fore.p schools to 'bank their cash will the state. At a meeting of the Arkansas Legislative Council's special Com mitlee on Education, the Perry County Legislator warned pros) dents of several schools: "I think it would be in youi best interest to co-operate in this proposal. The plan has a lot n support over the stale." The cash fund issue will be stud led further by the committee am n report will be made to the ful Legislative Council. Cash funds involve .income oher than state appropriations. .Such income includes tuition, federal grants, athletic fees and rentals. Schools can spend room cash funds wHhout clearing each expenditure with the Legislature Van Dalsem charged that do- positing of cash funds in local banks has an adverse effect on banks in non-college towns. As an example of the amount of money involved in cash funds, he pointed out that the University of: Arkansas gets a state appropriation of eight million dollars while its cash fund totals a'bout 10 millions. Heads of schools retorted that placing cash funds in the state treasury would cause fiscal trouble and put an extra accounting burden on the state. Dr. John T. Caldwell, president of the University- of Arkansas, defended the current setup. "We place mqst of these cash funds in short time securities that earn interest," ho said, "Why, last ye.ir the University picked up $62,000 more income from this source." "Are you a financial or an educational institution?' snapped Van Dnlsem. "I can't see how anyone can The schedule of SolUfia? f erlodS, as printed beloW, has beeii taken from John Aldeti Knight's goluttar Tables. Plati JroUf days sd that you Will be fishinf in good territory' of hunting in good covef during these times, if you wish to fltid the best sport that each day has to otter, The Major Periods are shown In boldfaee type. These begin at the times shown atid last for ah hbUf and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A, M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Saturday 3:50 lOiOS 4:2S 10530 Sunday 4:45 11:05 5:25 11:30 Monday 5:45 11:66 0:20 •—Tuesday 0:45 12:30 7:20 1:00 Wcdnes. 7:40 1:25 8:15 1:55 Thursday 8:35 2:20 9:10 2:50 Friday 9:30 3:15 10:05 3:45 Saturday 10:25 4:10 10i55 4:35 Sunday 11:15 5!00 11:48 5:25 Lang Bistanas <2ail Gal- lect 663. Fr*« IJitiffiatei, LoWei tUtei, Hive Vtlii - Will travel CO, PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS IB-tf BARttAM Brothers Mouse Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas, 21-1 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be at lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. 1. Stroud. 10-l-2mo. c For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night- 7-9955. 8-lmoc Help Wanted WAifftESS OF trainee, Apply; IB person. Oaks date fihd Gift Sh6p% MEN-WOMEN $20 Dally. Sell inous namepla.tes, Write Reeves Co., Attlebofo, Mass. 34m*p /ill Wortf M', ore po\.ah 1 '! in advance but ads will he -jccffpte-J dvcil- the telephone and or 'otro, a{Ion accounts allowed with fho understanding the account is poyable When statement is rcndercrl. Nufnbef. 5f Words Up to 15 )6 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 One Day .45 .60. .75 .90 1.05 1 WANTED AT ONCE. Man or Wo< man to supply Ha\vleigh house' hold necessities to consumers in S. ttompstead County or Hope, 5, {6 ^ ,35 Full or part time. For details 44 t 0 50 1.50 without obligation see CorWin Crow, Rt. 1, feox 30. Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigh'S. Dept. AKJ-641'271, Memphis, Tenn. For Salt ALUMINUM screens,, doors, stom windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates, Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9 " tf Three Dav5 .90 1.26 1 50 1.80 2.10 2.40 ? 70 300 Six Davs 1.50 2.00 2 50 300 350 4.00 4.50 5.00 Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.60 10.50 1»o6 • 1*30 15.60 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 6 times 6Sc per inch 55c per inch MOUSE TO BE MOVED Far sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Youth 14, Gets a Year Sentence HOT SPRINGS (AP)— Municipal Judge M. C. Lewis Jr. today sentenced a 14-year-old white boy to a year in jail in. connection with the burning of a cross here the night of Sept. 30. All but GO clays of the sentence was suspended Lewis fined the boy $100 and costs. He also imposed fines totaling $65 on other charges. Judgment against throe other boys, ages 15 and 16, in conncc- •tion with the cross burning was deferred until Feb. 11. They were )Jaced on probation nnd ordered .o observe a curfew. All four pleaded guilty to destruction of private property in he cross burning, 2 BEDROOM unfurnished house. 1413 S. Hervey. $50 month. Call PR 7-2033 or Pine Bluff, JE 4- 7M5. 8-6tp NICE 4 room unfurnished apartment with private bath and entrances. Van Galster. 222 N. Hervey St. 7-2496. 8-Gtp „„,-, graduated from falling off pliffs and horses to make 78 Rang^ Rider haJMicmrs. Then be m n features for U-J. "I returned from Germany after doing $ small but meaty oait in 'A Time, to Love and a Time to Pie' and found out that the bottom had dropped out of sjudio," he said. "They about a sound financial pro' pram," Dr, Caldwell rejoined. Van Dalsem has often attack^ 1 the policy of permitting cosh fuiV% to be administered outside of the Legislature He summed up 'his position yos. terclay by,saying;' "There ain't a thing fair about the whole deal." sponsored on CBS Thursday nights. And as another bit of luck CBS decided to take- the Rangei Ride sereis off the air for two years. So it looks like smooth sail'' 'ing down the Mississippi and last- drawing' Derringev. Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. Phone 7-2956. 13'1-m-p MY home at Ozan, Ark. 5 rooms, front and back porch. John W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean, and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass, 35c and 40c at barn. J, W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf Real Estate for Sole Construction Man Strangled by Smoke WEST'MEMPHIS, Ark. (API — A Heber Springs, Ark. construction worker died in a rooming house 'ire here lost night. Fire Chief Elmo Anderson said James Stevenson Gay probably was overcome by smoke. Gay ap-' parently was unable to find his way out of his smoke-filled room. Anderson said. . ; Cause oC the blaze was undetermined No one else was Injured. Gay was employed on a highway construction project near here. Burglar Gets $1,500 From Liquor Store HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)—The Lake Liquor Store on Highway 7 south of Hot Springs was burglarized of an estimated $1,500 worth of whiskey last night. Mrs. Virginia Parsley, the operator, said the thieves virtually cleaned the shelves of pint and half pint bottles. Apparently tho loot was hauled away in an automobile or truck. The theft followed a burglary of the Fiesta Liquor Store here Tuesday night, Approximately ?1!?0 cash and several bottles of liquor was stolen from Fiesta. Good six room house with one acre or more, priced to sell. 174 acres good timber land with some saw logs, good bouse, will sell with or without house. House and one acre ground at Rocky Mound, this house priced to sell. Acreage for choice building sites on Highway Four, close in. ,E. M'. McWILLlAMS CO. Real Estate 1201 East Third St. . 10-Gtc The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Navigational methods for sub' Calendar Of Events Appreciation Service For. Rev A. Jones The Steward's Board will spoiv sor a .weiner roast '.onight on the church ground. Sunday morning- 9:45 - Sunday School conducted by Superintendent, Luther Stuart; 1.1 n. m. - morning worship with sermon by tho Pastor; Recess, dinner on ground; 2:30 p. m., Prajer service; 3 p, m., Anniversary Sermon. Guest Churches: Haynes Chapel, New Bethel, Turner Chapel, Pil grim Rest, Mt, Sinia, Church Hill, Mt. Zion, and BeBce. PRICED for immediate sale, frame house, 6 rooms, bath, Utility room and 2 lots for sale. 3 blocks from grade school. Call PR 7-2273 for appointment. 8-8tp ftates quoted above are for con- seeutive insertions. Irregular ot skip date ads will take the one-day rate. All doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. . the publisher reserves the right-jo revise or edit all advestisements W, fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted; Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, sur.h as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The'Hope- Star will not bo responsible for errors in Wont Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY, the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshbiirn, Secy-Tres. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas ^ FINE pulp wood stumpage. The former Floyd Fuller place-. Mile and a half East of Shover Springs store. Henry Wolf. 8-tf NICE Home — 5 rooms and dinette, car port. Completely furnished. Reasonable for cash and quick sale. Phone 7-4047. 9-Gtp FIVE room home across., street" from Brookwood School. 509 So Spruce. Phone 7-2223. JO-d 1958 USED Cushman Eagle scooter. Ignitiop switch, crash bars. Excellent condition. $274. Inquire James MoLarty. 10-3tc Services Offered LET us renovat* your old mat-* tress. We speciallzt In preiturl- zed Innerspring. 1 • "' •'/ COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-292J RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat {or your deep freeze, See us before buying. 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L E Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, 5-14-tf PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Snyker Hotel. Phone 73721. 23-1 Mo. in this bay to make il run, Then he would shoot me-" ''Louis , knows belter than that. Come on"," Jogging along, Lane mulled ovo$ what Scharr had told him at the corral, Lane speculated as to loe'lnolude' Colo's reaction if he should re- measuring strength of earth's gravity, which varies from place to place. Lane straightened ey.ound to may' sound, within I'-vo or yipars thp p.heasant tQ ' sions of the of the gunners rmi,sl • suffer. in the majprity, oi ttse .sieve . f e V>'» all offers- when they'd, he in and suggested. J consWeer TV pne was to do Revues R City." He wo 5 offered $70,000 a year °n a flnt salary. Jock said £e l d work for SWOOP it be pouW slijjre in the profits to avoid pacing much of hi? income to taxes fjo depl. Then U-l asljed if he'd (a have his Chapter XXX After breakfast, Lane took, his morning horse down to the corral. While he changed saddle, blanket and bridle Scharr lookec} on, The squat-bodied man kept l}»s thumbs hooked in his b.eU near the butts of his fj« - guns. u j've got you where J want you JW{ could have tallied you long ago, Lane; put there \va.s no fun in HI )iko for a man to J^now 'it, I Kind-of like to' use JlUn a Jjttl« be^ fore I peg put his'Ilk}?," , ' -. tone gave the deputy R eyed look "You kj}if,ec} thp ' pujsive)y 'sai^i yes. ' P ai)4 liftyjng jeiUy th^t I 4»4n't 'jino UP anotlxev jpb.** gut>i,s ' onl l' n1 >' income/' ho Unje la djy, siting.; »-e feaye- it a* shaptjng wa? a.dQBtpd jn p,ed,e my J-jeyd?" tjtu? girl's 'dispjay of lQ,Y,e fcjf 'At this ' lend som9 semblance of matter .of. i\«e3«t/ Po.rtuna.tely, .the meut'c^ the \vifp '• . TJwiv ' , Uons. It is one p| Uie iWfl ' gaoje 1 prop,§ today, the s.-Q C pff, "Yeah." did yoy haye him?' "Thats my bvisiflpss. Y°u'si tw' Tom Pole, unct J ^or^'i want aim to know right wow. £u.t W wouldn't tell anybody plsp;' b.^ yjftu yptv't nplje' H jp v t«\YR." J asked, "fiuj yw get him. "You have two guns there, Let me take one of them, and we'll see how tough you really are." ' j told you I had you where J wanted you." Lane picked up his bridle veins and went toward the house, ap» preaching the girl', •- '•'r>eep back.' Cole said.. "Stay away from tha,t gun, Lane." , Lane slopped, the' bay trying to nudge him on. jrma lifted the heavy gun belt nd glanced around, 'knowing that tl\e. rnozps were at ttje woodpile. She called one of them jo Ijcr gntj handed him Lane's gun harness "Take (t jnsjo to Mrs. fU'Wjn, " Jrma pan^e Lane. he .realized: what ?h a-bout, she Ufte,4 hey ayms ' anjj . Jjp took , tiltp<l her f,ace for : h?,r injo his her- 'When J .Cole's '|§ice,' was t\vi?te"(i • arpmi&. peat the conversation, There was no use; Cole wouldn't believe it, He would think it was spite on Lane's part, On his first night in Twenty Springs, Lane had tried to set the sheriff straight as to Scharr's true nature, and had failed. Sheriff Cole, a little ahead, put his mount across the stream and up the far bank, Lane's bay s t o p p e'd halfway across, sung its head for rein slaek and began to drink. Peputy Scharr, stirrup to stir* rup with Lane' stopped his horse, too, began to bviid a the bridle reins pressed 'between a couple of- fingers of his eft hand. All at once Scharr gigged his horjse .yjQiously with a S P 1 »'The animal lunged against L.a ne s fell from his saddle, pitching heap> FOR a complete line of. pumps, • water wells or work overs. Call O T Clark, 711 E, 6th. Phone 7-4364. 26-1-mo-p Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. M.emucr of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rqtss (payable in advance) <1| By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns — _ „„ Per week Per.year By rnali In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month -. 5 • B5 Three months Six months One year, ................ v .-.---- *•-.-• All other mail — One month .,..,, s " Three months' ..', Six months , One year /. 1.85 3,50 6.50 7.80 15,60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas .Dailies, Inc., 1602 Storick j Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 ^oxas ; Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N. • Michigan Ave., Chicaao 1, III.; 60 F. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich,; > Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, , Okla. ^ , Member of The Associated PresT; • The Associated Press is entitled ex- , cluslvely to the use for republication J of all the Iqr.al nmvs printed In this t newspaper, as wel 1 - -" iO """"= * dispatches. as all AP news MA'S BAR-B-QUE. Highway 67 West. Will do custom Bar-B-Q'ue- ing. anytime Monday, thnough Saturday noon, 9-3tc Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil painting and -pastels, Interested persons may contact' Freddie Jones, 514 East Third Street, or call 7> 2732. 23 '" Men Wanted I8,'to35/-' To train a's Heavy Equipment Pp. 'evators. Training now available pn bulldozer, motor grades afe solf.propel gd sqr.aper {.aim line. S)iort tralnlnt ponod-on model equipment, ,Up tP $& WANTED TO BUY pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut in Woods or otherwise. HAROLD HEND!UX rto Phone PR 7-4321 \f 16th & Louisiana, Hope, Ark, ROAD KING phone 7 5800 209 S, Elm JAMES McLART ^- NPW Open 'F?r Business SMITH'S GENERATOR and STARTiR SHOP 106 i. Walnut itt " Pho, Rebuilding ail mak'es & models 9f ! 6enerat9r§ and Starters Spume'rins, he _ tried. \o gam his feet and "at the same time ^.?PP the' way p{ Scharr 1 s rearing. .moyi)t. The deputy was trying to, niaUP the hoi'?P trampe §lfe}if| .Coje .pellowed, I'll sho,o-t you.!" . » ' -iWS, , , hour avaUaWQ W?0 satisfagtpvy completion of tramjng compe , urgently needed as result, of. vast Jnt« pprnp, 0ni Pay 8sryls« neTv 15 yr, program under way, If elined and intei-es.teci m . this typo o.| machinery Ct, Ph9, 7-f?1I r«rnitiir§ S 117 §9. ilm Ambuloncc Roomond Boord room ^nd }t| be ? t, .with, ' laughing-wito ta't

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