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HOPE STAR, PE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, February 5. 1946 By Chick Young C3e was dead, all right. I IT'S A BEAUTY.' VII" " ' WELL, FOR Iliar I DIDN'T SAY IT WAS ONCE IN YOUR 7 SUICIDE, INSPECTOR. LIFE YOU WERE RIGHT V 1 JUST SAID IT LOOK * n A > <•«• ^^xiir-Vtii*!^' ^k. I 11/r IT GOT A LOT T6 SAY TO YOU LATER, MR, SHERLOCK HOLMES.' WHERE'S .- GARRlSSY ?/ I P YOU'RE NOT CAREFUL, GROWLIE" YOU'LL STEP ON HIM. 'Ml!> THAT COMPANY J\i" i , . called the police right. away. ( MADE MACHINE ^-7 (SUMS V_- THE WAR ?* > I'LL TRY IT ,-X OUT RIGHT I BOUGHT NEW TOASTER rs TH6 FIRST [THATSOUT; SINCE THE 'INSPECTOR \f ARE YOU DOING THERE, GROWL? FLINT M FIINT? <;TAV oir.ur wutA NOW rr— / ABOUT SOMETHING, FLINT. IT'S SUICIDE, ALL RIGHT. SK^^'NT ' FLINT? s™ RIGHT'W^E APARTMENT. BETTER^-,.-._GET HERE QUICK--HE'S BEEN SHOT. LOOKS LIKE SUICIDE. THEY WERE ALWAYS so VBRY PROUD, ESPECIAU OF JEROANE NIGHT MARV AIKEN'S ARE OF THE BLEEKE FAMIL.Y...OF i'EARS AGO THEN, &OOH AFTER THE STOCK THE CHAMCE.V OKAY TONIGHT.'/ PROFESSOR MKIEIBUT THIS * TIME! WE'VE 60r TO (JET OUT OFHEKS CANNOT WILL 00 AS I Side Glances By Galbrairh A\ARKEr CRASH HAD RUINED THEM. JEROME V»AS MI.LED..., \\AY8f THEY KATE FOR ME TO SEE WHAT THIS HAS DONG TO THtAM THE ROCK-- 1 CgLlAf IT'S SHAKJN&_/ NOT THAT -..-LOOK SCOPCHV, THIS AINT NO TIME TO WORR>' ABOUT THEN\ NOISES — GRUB-STAKE, Y'SOT TO C-tS INI THE.U KIDS 15 IN THERE NEED HELRI.. '?!'- /&%*r^~ COPB. 194S BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. SEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "There's something wrong with that typewriter all the words are' misspelled on the carbon copy!'' "He's been spending so much on ice cream sodas since he got back from Guam that I have to remind him once in a while about necessities such as flowers!" Freckles and H5s Friends By Blosser .-----.... WHERE 1 WERE YOU Funny Business By Hershberger I WAS WORKING/ MRS.VOGEL is PAVING LARD TO MIMD JUNIOR/ t'LL GIVE TEM BUCKS-) SIC! HE OKAY, I'LL /GO ON), MAKE IT 4POLLY.' AWK- E.L AWK! AFTEE ALL, /TALKS FINE DUMMY? WWY, . HAVEM'T HE&ED HEAKD A PEEP), FEELS \ THAT ATOMIC BOMB AGAIN? OOP DOESN'T SEEM WITH HMiPH.'WHO POES HE. THINK HE IS, 4 HIS WHISKERS.'"^rilPN-TCHA? CAN'T MAKE AAV OWN WHISKERS 6ROW, HOW CAM ME PO IT /iv.r honor, 1 will now present UIA evidence lo prove hiat the defendant tried to make our his income tax report truthfully!" Popeye Thimble Theater FOPEYE WONT MARRY NEXT MONTH IP POPEVE ( MARRIES HERA > I'M SUPPOSED < MARRY I'LL HELP TEAR UP ALL THE CALENDARS/ ' AUNT JONES. HAVE you CALENDAR * I W '5 \6KJ-\ 600O VOO , v . ft^tKi^ tVXW.-.^l f (JH ATS RIGHT}/ ^~ Out Our Way By J, R. Williams GOSH/ 1 DOH'T REALLY THEM I DIDrj'T5AYX\nAM"-/WHUT'S YOU'VE HEARD OF AN ATOM KNOW, MURGATROYD--I HOPE jJL/^rr, SIR O^Y... WHUT)^^; BUT Ml?. MERLIW 5AY5 ft YOU CIT THERE'S GOUHA BE A ENOUGH A LOT OF POWER "/POWER TO WHEW IT'S CRACKED/J LICK LORP BONEHEAD j ABELBRD/ MARTrAft 3UST HER.e ) VMITH PHVSIOM- HftRlvV UNLESS X PlNiD A, 3OB Ihi 1^0 TirA^TO BE: LOST./V\P\Si/SOU MOST t-WPMOT- HER /\T OMCE TO HOPlNiG HOPE YOU'D THPCT IDEft |M MOTH BALLS, rAMOR, BUT GUESS TR\S IS IT! VlELL.X'LL \AJ\MO UP IDEA, 5LlpplN GROCERIES IMSIPE AMD SNEAKIM 1 LIKE THAT? ' BEIM' KEPT IK) ER. PUT TO WORK THAT WASW'T CUT —« DIDYA SAY %, GOWIJA DO / — V MIGHTA, HADPA v . 60T X'lA APRFMO "TvAPa AFTER TH\e, OWE A BOBBV-eoXEfi'S SHIET/ ^S^^J'CW^^} -<&^ il^s A GJ<i. /v \ UKE THIS .- ) ^Z^L U. \ Ax'HT DO iQU THINK. RED WErtT \ •' ) [ 10 ALL IriMROUieLEO-KEEP MM! y I TO'J FROfNBEl.^ SWINDLED.' J ' l IF IT WERE^ FOR \tor\Ert, «l ^^ m^ P|1\H I // 8KAME, V PROFESSOR^ HOPE STAR/ HOPE, ARKANSAS ClASSIFI • All Ono tlmo . Throo tlmoi r , Cash In Advance • 2c word, minimum 30c • 3/2C word, minimum 50e Qcforc Publication Not Taken Over the Phone Six tlm« . Ono month . Sc word, minimum 75c 18e word, minimum $2.70 l * QrC f ° r Continuous Insertions Only YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale 3000 HAMis"~ /^'vorod in 100 bnlc I. Burke, Hope, Hi ,•) 0-lin ( ,CIIAJ,MEHs"MoiSiEL «• Uiierpilljir. Floyd Portci-rield _ • 12-tf OAK DEN THACTOn ANDlcQu7p~ ni<M,l. Sec Alfred Ilaynes o d Uri{iiUway court. Highway 07 east of Jlojje. Phone ,'M-l. 20-fit ~~ I. 1 .', 1 .',".:- k'ood condition, good tires. b±£ South Klin. i.(j{ 2,W)0 DALES JOHNSON GRASS hay 40c. Pair mule colls 2 and •t years. Pair horse colts, 2 years J'our good brood mart's, (i to n KniVS 0 ?, 1 -' I ' c « i!it - c ' - «l Hereford oull. J. 13. Howe, Hope, Houte -.i! 1 ™ 0 ' ""l^c-DeAnn road. 2-Gt HIC YCL K BUi LT~FOU" TwcPlN good condition. May be seen 024 South Main St. 2-31 10*311 /~\XT T~> m/~\ *t n»t»™* J UuU vJIN tit i O IN S I t U") I'* I? A 1C T-i* I? truck for sale. See C. L. "Huberts, 30b North l-'crguson, Phone 242 _ 2-3t MAYTAG WASHINiG MACHINE «J!,V,' lt ? r ',, com Pletely overhauled" SUa.SO. See L. C. Turner at llopn Aulo Co. •>.•» Mil,CM COWS, MILKING AND corning fresh. Cream separator wa«on, and mules. Farm implements. Also good grade Lespede- xa ha.v and (inanity of used lumber. Julia R'Ourk. Prcscott Rt. 3 at Otis Landers Farm. 2-3t 19-10 THRE"J2-"FOURTHS TON Iruck. If. A. Dillard, Yancy, Ark. (Ox.an, Ht. 1). 4.q» STEEL FRAME BABY BUG3Y Hood condition. Pre-War i.iodc-l' Phone I04IJ-J after 5 p.m. <|.;ji to Buy WANTED TO RENT ~OIi """ijUY~~A farm. See Noel Warren, Hope Feed Co. j.; Estafe for Sale NICE FIVE ROoivfirousE AT Emmet. Price $1000. Close in Snm Crabb, Box •!(!, Emmet. 4-«t 29-Ul FIVE ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTs" good condition on Adar street two blocks off old (i? hiway back of Alex Purtle's proptvtv Can give clear title. A. T. Taylor - 2!)-'()l NICE (i ROOM HOME. 100 BY 140 foot lot on South Elm SI. Immediate possesion. Phone 741-11 Buck Williams. i.(j{ NICE FIVE ROOM HOUSE ~at)~l __Enst loth. St. R. C. Ross. 4-lit HOUSE ANI3 FOUR LOTS ."JOHN Price, 002 North Hervey. 4-iu Page Five FaS By Wcstbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Notice VACANCY FOR HKFINKI) MID- dle-HKoil saleslady or couple lo sell Children Aclivllios in this tcr- rilpry. See Mr. or Mrs. .1 K Seitx, after 4 p.m. Hold Bin- low. .]. SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STOliK for bolter furniture ;md better bargains. Phone 476. 14-1 m O N E SIN CI E R T R101)1, E. O N E | white Kolary. One Davis. C. W , Yancey. Sinner Distnhutor, 015 I __\Vost Division. Phone 361-R. .1-01 GOOD USED UNDERWOOD Typewriter, Standard kcvboard Phone -100, Barlow Motel, n-.1t 1041 SPECIAL DELUXE """TWO door Chevrolet, radio and heater. Call or see Billy Hamilton at Columbus. 5.;)! FORD 1941 MODEL PICK-UP truck. W. W. Kcaton, 214 East 2nd St. Phone 512.. 5.31 INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU have income tax troubles. I will be glad to help you. Do it now, avoid the rush in the last days Charges reasonable. J. W Slrick- _land. 1-24-Tw WE BUY, SELL"cm TRADE household I'urnilurc. Anylhini 1 of value. Your sell won't be "too small, and they don't i'el too large. See us at 21!(i East Third St. City Furniture Co. Phone 117.'! Help Wanted OLD NEWSPAPERS, pounds lor Sc. Hope lice. THREE Star Of- 5-61 Lost BLACK ZIPPER BILLFOLD, CON- tainiiis about $7!5 and identification. Lost Saturday afternoon. Reward for return to Mrs. Roy Mouser, at John P. cox Drug Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 010-B17. 4-.1t Opportunities Offered HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores. Franchise and merchan- clies nvailnuic now for new As- socinle Stores. Write or wire. Kenyon Auto Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. 2-fa't SELL NOW GET QUICK ACTION on the sale of that Lot House, Building, or Farm—by calling Phone 53-M VINCENT FOSTER Realtor For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Ninht Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark DESIRABLE TERRITORIES open in Arkansas for men and women who can lake orders for gorgeous dresses and costume jewelry at low factory pricr-s. write Sheba Ann Frocks Post Office Box 802, Fort Smith, Ark_ a " s as- 31 -(i t A LADY WHO CAN KEEP~HOUSE for me with husband, house completely furnished. J. A. Sullivan, 404 North Main. ]-tf Services Offered REGISTERED SPENCER COR- Kt'tiere, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs Ruth Doxier, .118 North Elm St' Hope, Ark. Phone M4-J. 2!!-1in The case of Ihe civilian sailor wlio served in the merchant service diirhiM the war i:; coming up for' consideration by Congress by way of a demand lhat he now be regarded us a forgotten and I'ndor- piivilf'Ki'd ln.'i-o. He now wants ;ill tho benefits of the GI bill or rights and all the fin HUM- benefits that will be voted Ihe men and women of the armed sei vices in the future. That many of these sailors wore brave and performed important seivicc in very dangerous conditions will be conceded at the outset, although for every hern there were at. least two shipiumpors, drunkards and thieves. The files l e.f the navy ;.uid coast guard contain details of n di.sjracefu] record of misconduct ranging from mutiny and defiant insubordination 'o drunkenness on watch and pi] fcring of cargo. The facl of first importance is lhat Iho groat majority of the merchant sailors ehuso the merchant service fur the very reason that they preferred lo remain civilians. This usually meant lhat they could pic!; their ships and voyages and take time off ashore between cruises. During the war several proposals were made Hint, in the inlfie.sls of discipline and cfl'i- f ion' v. the merchant sailors be enrolled in the navy. They fought this because it would have meant thai they would be reduced to navy pay and bought nuclei- navy discipline. The National Maritime Unien, which has been dominated by Communists and fellow travelers iruin its beginning, even rejected with scorn, a proposal that' the United States award a government discharge button to disabled merchant men. The union bosses wanted none of that. The union would issue its own insignia, if any were noi:c:;sai-y to identify these sailors as union men, not as American patriots. In the navy, they would have I been dressed in the navy's uniform I which Communist merchant sail- |nrs deride:! ;,s a monhev suit and \viiuld have had lo serve where, when and as ordered. In the merchant service, they were high-sal ancd jobholders .working under legal ccnti-act with civilian corpor ntions ;:l rates of pay which were fantastic by comparison with Hie navy's. With the exception of a ieu- who could not meet the navy's minimum requirements as "to physique, health and intelligence they were free to enter the" navy at any t:rne and thus make sure lhat there could be no question of then- eligibility for all' benefits granted In service veterans. The unions opposed their absorption into the .service because, as naval men, they would have been lost to the unions. They could not nold Soviet meetings on naval ships and send delegations to the bridge to present demands to the captains as they constantly did in the merchant service. The unions could not try them before Com munist kangaro courts and set them on the beach for terms extending up to 99 years for "un umonhkc conduct" which meant Wonted fro Buy I WANT TO BUY A 1940-11 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, 10G South Walnut Street Phone UGO. n-tf WE BUY FIELD AND TABLE peas. Monts Seed Store. 81-121 Wanted to Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT OH bedroom. Virginia Lafferly Phone 80. 4.31 The Gorman people today nrc sick; they must be taught lo recover their hcallh . . . .They must be deprived of the clangorous illusion of their military invincibility. —Karl Darlh, Swiss religious leader. For Rent FRONT BEDROOM NEXT TO AD- joining bath. Mrs. George Sandefur, Phone 122-W. 320 North Washington. I.;H Lost or Strayed FEMALE BOSTON BULL rier, age 7 months, good ings. Answers to name gie." was not wearing when last sec-n. Reward, Spraggins, li)20 Phone C33-J. East T K lima rk- 1 'Pud- collar Barry •d SI. l-3t HELP WANTED WHITE ONLY Practical nurses, $40.00 to $55.00 per month Waitresses. $40.00 per month. Call or Write: Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium State Sanatorium, Arkansas Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCRRY COURT H. M. STEPHENS .... PLAINTIFF ELLA WOOD, ET AL DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The Defendants, Levi Erie and Mrs. Lcvi Erie .his wife Leic Erie and Mrs.; Leie Erie, his wife- the Unknown Heirs of W. T. Wood deceased: and the Unknown Heirs of Jake Erie, are hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days heicafter and answer the complaint of H. M. Stephens, Plaintiff herein. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 14lh dav of January, 1946. rsi-AT > C ' E ' Woavcr (SEAL) Jan. in, 22, 29, Feb. 5 "I Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK, LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to Section l!i (if Ad 297 (if l!)lf>, notice is hereby nivcn that Ihe last will and testament of Hniih VVinburn Timborlake-. of Hope, Arkansas, Home Three, was pro- baled in eommi>:i form by the Probate Court of llempstead County on the ll!!h day of January, l!,M(i. An appeal from such probate can l)o affected only«by filing a petition, suiting the grounds of such appeal, with this court within six i(i) munlhs from the dale of this notice. Wilnpss my hand and ;;eal this IBlli day of January, KMfi 1-,1-D Kay Clerk of Prnbiile Court. By Arthur C. Anderson D. C. fSEAI.) Jan. 'S.I. 2f). Feb. S i LEGAL NOTICE ~ Pursuant to Section 13 of Acl 21)7 of Hl-lo, notice i;-, hereby Riven that the last will and testament of Mary Middle-brooks of Hope, Arkansas, was probated in common form by the Probate Court of Ilcmpsfead County on the Kith day of January, An appeal from such probate can l;e ;iffectc:d only by filing a petition, staling the grounds of .such appeal with this court within six iiji months from Ihe dale of (his notice Witness my hand and seal this lOlh day of January, l(M(i. Leo Ha.v Clerk of Probate Court By Arthur C. Anderson D. C. (SEAL) Jan. 22. 29, Feb. !) NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF GRANT OF LETTERS TESTAMENTARY Letters testamentary on the e.stato of Hugh WinbuVn TiniljiT- lake, deceased, were ^ranli-d In lite undersigned on the- IGlh day uf January, 19-11), by UK- probate'court of llcmpsU'ad County, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said ct-lale are required lo exhibit them, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned as executrix of said estate, before the end of six (li) months from (lie date of the Kninlhiii' uf the letters of execulrixship upon said estate. :.'nd if such claims be not so presented, they will be forever barred. Mrs. Ludie Timberlake Executrix of the Estate of Hugh Winburn Timberlake, deceased. Jan. 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12 This Curious World By WMIiom Ferguson L« A4ARRIED OOUPLES WHO ARE HAVE AN AVERAeE OF CHILDREN/ COUPLES WHO DID NOT REACH THE HAVE AN AVERA&E OF APPROXIMATELY CHILDREN). THERE ARE MANY KIND5OF SOME HEAVIER THAN /X?OA/.,. AND .SOME LIGHTER THAN /" 2-S" T. M. DEC. u. s. PAT. orr. WHERE'S ANSV/ER: In Nevada. The oast end is in Arizona. •67 Each S. FnUerten, Jr.' New York, Feb. 5 —(/T 3 )— A now wrinkle in football fund-raising comes from ;i rniclsoutn college where, us the story HOCS, they're talking about a $100.000 'educational fund.". . .seems Hie athletic de linrlment was all set to hire an ex pert — a company which special izes in thai sort of thing — to beat the bushes for the dough but was turned down because the outfit wouldn't take the job without the endorsement of the college presi dent, who has quite a reputation as a simonpure. . .from the same area come some incredible stories as lo what it will cost another col lege lo gel Charlie justice, the ex Lkiinbriugc flash. And the guy who (relays 'em adds: "I wish we could i gel that young feller.". . .appar cully-justice isn't going to Duke, Ihe school that was supposed to have the inside track. anything from a condemnation of Communism to an exchange 'ol harsh words with some illiterate drunken Caribbean mutineer. It is now being argued that for the very reason that he was Tree to lake lime ashore between voy ages, during which he drew no pay, the merchant sailor's margin over Ihe navy man was less than it seemed. _ The truth is, however, lhat all those who wanted to sail continuously during the critical time had uninterrupted- employment at a minimum of $173 a month. Meanwhile, enlisted naval sailors of the armed guard detail, taking exact ly Ihe same risks on. Ihe same ships,-received only the legal pay for their ratings and received time ashore in port only at the discretion of their superiors. Meanwhile, also, these bluejackets were persecuted of their patriotism. In many cases they lived on food sharply in 1'erior to Unit of the civilian crews. During the most dangerous days, the civilian sailor drew a bonus of 31^5 for each port that his ship touched 'in the warxone. If she made Liverpool, Cardiff, Barry and Plymouth on a street-car run, he drew $50 in port bonuses, a bonus of 100 per cent above his base pay and a bonus of $5 for every day in the war zone. The Bluejacket received neither bonus nor overtime, which was another large ingredient in the merchant sailor's income. In addition to insurance of $5,000, free, the merchant sailor, as a civilian employee of a corpora- lion, had a right to sue his employers for personal injuries be fore injures of civilians and he was entitled to hospital treatment fin- illness or injury, plus pay, at a reduced rate, dm ing that time. The unions and the lobby on behalf of the present demands are exploiting the bravery and the sacrifice of the many civilian sailors who were lost during the most dangerous days and the service and daring of the survivors who sailed with them. It is even demanded that alien Communists be automatically naturalized and given the benefits that Congress voted for patriotic service men. They say nothing of the service an patriotic sacrifice of Blue- jackets who also died or came through. Artful efforts have been made to deny advantages which the merchant men enjoyed and which the unions bragged of when they were enticing young landsmen recruited by the mere-haul service, to join their ranks. There is no confusion or doubt, hovvever. Their own figures in their own publications prove that the merchant sailor had great advantages over the Bluejacket and elected lo remain a civilian, rejecting the benefits of Ihe GI bill of rights, in favor of the enormous pay and other valuable considerations. Cleaning the Cuf • •' If Angelo Bertelli decides to play .with the Los Angeles dons -of .the afuiAmerica Conlerence when-'-'he gets' 1 out of the Marines, tho result may be an oven more confusing lawsuit than the one Detroit is planning to start about F-.-ankie Sinkwich. . .although it was an nounced Angelo had signed with the club, the name on his contract is Christy Walsh, who switched from Ihe A.A. to Dan Reeves' Na tion'al League Rams. . . Jack Keai-ns, Ihe Chicago promoter, broadcasts the news that heavy weight Joe Maxim "is a pocket addition of James J. Corbett and Gene Tunney.". . .unlike Jimmy Johnston Jack goes for fighters who can add. Sports Before Your Eyes When the Kansas U. basketball team returned from a game in Iowa (with only eight berths for Ifi players) they crammed 13 feet, one inch of athletes into one upper . . . Gene Anderson, G foot G fresh man and Gene Peterson, 67 sopho more, had to bunk together. . don't ask us how they made it. Why Note Some Stars? When Bernie Moore, Louisiana State football coach, heard about the recent radar contact with the moon he commented that the Tigers were so badly in need of linemen lhat he'd offer scholarships to "any of those good big boys from Mars or J u p it e r.". . .Bernie wouldn't object to coeds from Vcn us, either. Basketball Results By The Associated Press East University of West Virginia G9; LehiKli University 52. Delaware 43; Drcxel Institute 3fi. South Georgia Tech 59; Tulane ,12. Tennessee 38; Mississippi State ol, Richmond 50; Virginia 39 Kentucky 59; Vanderbilt 37. Bainbridge (Md) Navy 49; Camp Lee 44. Louisiana State 61; Mississippi OL), Arkansas C2; .Rice ,45,j : MidWest '-' ' i •.*} } i j" • Illinois 85; Chicago 24. Kansas State 41; Drake 39. Michigan Stale 69; Cincinnati 39 Loyola (Chicago) 50; Chicago Navy Pier 38. Western Illinois State Teachers f>2; Illinois College (Jacksonville) Rockhurst 47; St. Benedict's 29. William Jewell 41; Drury 3H Southwest University of Houston 42; South western (Tex.) 40. North Texas Stale Teachers 54- East Texas State Teachers 47 Phillips 06 Oilers CO; Colorado Springs Army All Shirs 39. (Exhibition charity) New Mexico Mines HO; New Mex ico State Teachers 41. Far West Washington Slate 07; Western Washington 49. Oregon Slate College 53: Wash ington 37. College of Puget Sound 03; Pa ciiic Lutheran 47. FLIE Springfield, 111., Feb. 5 — (/P) — classified advertiser who wanted lo sell a two-seat airplane asked for a "blind ad" box number. Joe Slaven, classified advertis- Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Funks G Hybrid Corns Dodge Famous Onion Plants Willhire Melon Seeds Germaco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinted Cotton Seeds Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa Soy Beans and field grown Cabbage Plants. We Appreciate Your Business MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store Court- Docket CITY DOCKET February 4, 1!)4G Hadric Lewi:;, discharging a firearm in city. Plea of juiillv. fined $10. Scott Warren, discharging firearm in city. Plea of guilty, fined $10, suspended during good behavior. Fred Scott, possession of ilk-gal whisky for sale. Tried, found not guilty. Tobe Davis, selling whiskey without a license. Forfeited $50 cash band. Wade Shinault. selling whiskey without a licen.se. Forfeited $'ib cash bond. Marshall Morris, selling whisky without a license. Forfeited $50 cash bond. Fred Scott, operating n gambling house. Tried, fined $50, notice of appeal. Floyd Adams, carrying a pistol as a weapon. Plea of guilty, fined $50. Floyd Adams, resisting arrest. Plea of guilty, fined $50. Hadric Lewis, assault with a deadly weapon. Plea of ruiltv fitv-d s r if). P. W. Anderson, assault and battery. Plea of guilty, fined $10. H. 13. Markham, drunken driving. Forfeited $25 cash bond. Dcrrylo D. Herrine, drunken driv- ini'. Forfeited. $25 cash bond. Earl Mcdlock, reckless driving, Forfeited $2.'> cash bond. Harry May, reckless driving. Dismissed on motion Prosecuting Attorney. Glen Taylor, J. W.. Green, Edgar Hunter, FayeUc Wilhcrspcion, hazardous driving. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Joe Vaughan, no city car license. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Wpodrow Smith, speeding. Forfeited $5 cash bond. .L. G. Edwards, speeding. Forfeited $li cash bond. B. R. Slick, double parking. Forfeited $1 cash bond. Catherine Moses, double parking. Forfeited $1 cash bond. E. C. Fcrrell. no driver's license. Forfeited Sii cash bond. Lawrence Elledgo, no driver's license. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Joe Vaughan, no driver's license. Forfeited $5 cash bond- Harry May. no driver's license. Plea of guilty, fined $5. T. R. Gibson, running a red light. Forfeited $1 cash bond. S. W. Williams, running a red light. Forfeited $1 cash bond. Charles Cox, double parking. Forfeited $1 cash bond. Harry May, failure to stop after an accident. Dismissed on motion Prosecuting Attorney. P. W. Anderson, Floyd Adams, TELL IT TO THE MARINES Krnporin, Kas., Feb. 5 — (/P)— William H. Stakes of Emporia, a maiinc veteran of Guadalcanal isn't sure how his Leatherneck buddies are going to ieel about this: He has enlisted in the army. , , Plea of guilty, peace. Butlor. peace. . . disturbing peace. fined. $10. Hadric Lewis, disturbin Plea of guilty, fined $25. Neil McPherson, Dallas Marvin Bailcv, disturbing Forfeited $10 cash bond. P. W. Anderson, drunkenness. Plea of guilty fined $10. Edward Uoed, drunkenness. Plea of guilty, fined $10. Jess Blackwood, drunkenness. Plea of guilty, fined $10. The following forfeited a S10 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: James Reynolds. Arthur Caple, Hollis Calhoun, Silas Easterling, John Anders (col.), Frank •Gaines, O. C. Milus, Carl Cornelius. .Joe Morgan, Jess Atkins, Jess Blackwood. Jess Blackwood, Jessie Givens, Arthur Nipper, Corine Clark. STATE DOCKET Ervin Phillips, assault with a deadly weapon. Plea of guilty, fined $50. Suspended during good behavior. B. B. Cooper, grand larccn?. Examination waived. Held to "Grand Jury. D. C. Cooper, grand larceny. Examination waived. Held to 'Grand Ju''v. Finns Hopkins, drunkenness. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Alice Johnson, drunkenness. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Myrtle Havnos. drunkenness Plea of guilty, fined Sin. Robert Lamox. drunkenness. Plea of guilty, fined $10. Mvrllo Hnyncs. assault with a deadly weapon. Plea of guilty fined $50. Thelbert Robertson, assault with a dealy weapon. Examinnlion waived, held to Grand Jury; bond fixed at $300. Robert White, drunken driving. Forfeited $25 cash bond. L. C. Monk, unlawful parking: L. C. Monk, unlawful parking. Dismissed on motion Prosecuting Attorney. Minnie Roberts Jeans, kidnaping. Dismissed on motion Prosecuting Attorney, upon uaymcnl of c'ost. Augusta Phillips, possession of whisky for unlawful sale. Tried, found not guilty. ing manager of the Illinois State Journal and Register, puller! iho first vacant box number from a file. It was B29. Harry Seqnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J NOTICE Now is the time to sell lhat old washer WE BUY - SELL AND TRADE Let us appraise your old machine and place your order for a New Maytag Complete Repairs nnd Paint Jobs on Washers and Bicycles. Prompt & Expert Service Visit Our New Store JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Phone 209 304 East 2nd Hope Versus Here Tonight The Hope Bobcats will play Arkadelphia in a non-conference game at !! o'clock tonight (Tuesday) in Hope- Hh;h School gymnasium. The B teams will play an hour earlier, at 7 o'clock. Admission )!"> and 25 cents. Has Chance for Loop Title Fayettcville, Feb. 5 —(/P)— The University of Arkansas had a chance today of gaining undisputed basketball leadership 6'f the Southwestern Conference — for at least 24 hours. But the Razorbaeks must sweep their Uvo-fiamc series with Rice by following up last night, 62 to 4f> win, with another tonight. Arkansas and Baylor now are tied for the conference lead, each having won six games and lost one. Baylor's next g a m e is with Southern Methodist at Dallas tomorrow nifiht. Center George Kok paced the winners last night, scoring 32 points — more than half his team's total. He started early, scoring 12 points in the first 12 minutes. " Arkansas led throughout. Halftime score was 29 to 10. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing o Heating Phone 559 Hope, Ark. LET ME REPAIR Your Clocks, Toasters, Hot Plates, and All Electrical Apnliances UlE'S FIX-IT SHOP 933 SERVICE STATION Phone 933 or 869-R Tailor Made SEAT COVERS Direct from Factory Orders filled within IQ.days Phone 435-J CALL US F0?t YOUR WIRING and REPAIR TROUBLES Phone 231-R HOUSTON ELECTRiC CO. Delton Houston COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmorc Auto Supply DR. H.T. SHULL VETERJNARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 110 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkonsoi Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St, PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main SHEET METAL WORK of all kinds See IRA HALIBURTON, Jr. at the Haliburton Sheet Metal Works CALL US FOR Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs. Used Machine Parts & Supplies. We Suy, sell, exchange and handle only genuine Singer parti. We will make an Electric out of your treadel for $22.50. Phone 361-E. C. W. YANCEY. Singer Dlst. 615 West Division -V" ",~iB(«s* r S > For PHOTOGRAPHS in your home Phone 493 COLLIN BAULEY SPRAY PAINTING KEMTONING done the SPRAY WAY LUM RATELIFF Phone 180-W 518 W. Div. Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. Hats'Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 7« Alterations Pressed While You Walt Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks « Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish , • Sandwiches "Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without' refilling. Doug /"*|TV Carl Bacon V<3 i I,,.Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope > Real Estate If you are in the market to-buy or.sell Farm lane) or City/Property, call.'dr see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Ses Us Foi BABY CHICK? You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected flocks. Hardy, fast- growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO, 4th and La. Sts Phone 25 ARE YOU? Getting the most effective property insurance coverage at the lowest possible cost? Ask Us About It Today HOUSTON INSURANCE AGENCY Howard A. Houston Chas. A. Malone Phone , ,. , 61 Magazines You can now get the latest issue of your favorite Magazine at GENTRY PRINTING CO. (Commercial Printers) Phone 241 Hope, ArH. LOANS To Fgrmers and Stockmen. TO FINANCE YOUR CROPS AND CATTU See E. M. McWilliams SEED STORE Representative for NASHVILLE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION

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