Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 22, 1946 · Page 4
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1- nn«s road or phono 31-J-4. _ ______ _____ ____ ___ MCCORMICK I3EEHING~CULTl" valor, Eugic clow nttnch nems Also two rural telephones. Arch Moore, plioiicac. — _ 1 ' Hopo ' FOUR UUR NE R "~01L THRER NEW VV bnskctballs. S W WlllVm«m 309 Hickory St.. Hop^ ",' — ... MII nilCl uvu*i'^rciMIS v™^™: Hcmpslcnd ' Nursery 230. is-Gt 1S40 FORD DELUXE TUnT^'siT. Jre^l}. b MSVa 1 ^^ F ^? N £5"°A?75 A NGE. APART- BARNYARD pardons nnd flowers. $2 50 o or load in city. Sid Jonos. 511 ",,i,M __Lauroi^st. JPhonc 748. 22 (it For Lease I:IIGHWAY ~OT""WEST _ fo Rent FIVE OR TIX~ROOM~"UNFUR". Jiishod house. Phone Mrs C'v-_ __shjr_ n^ Tnlbots, 944. 22-Gt w ' v IOYMRNTMEN Women! Somh America. Mexico Alaska, etc. Fnlio v ,i^,- ' '°- b ° X 2884 ' Fritiny Pennmry ?:2/ the little guy called Shorty came in. THE CAR'S "H/" NO. SIT PARKED. ANY- H DOWN, FLINT, THING ELSE? WEF?E. POP 1 BPCUGHT I'M WASTING AWAV/ I'M NOTHING BUT SKIN AND BONES! \OUP3 PANT'S TO M GUESTS. 1. i'/m HOW XBECAUSE vou SUSPECTED i IN&BNIOUS \ GETTING WISE TO YOUR GAME AN, BUTWHV ON WOULD PIN HAL'S MURDER ON W'. VOU SAID VOU'D JUST F.VALK! AFTER VOU EMPTIED GUN ON ME,VOU WER5 TRAPPED! * WHAT DO \ RANDOLPH fit VOU ME,\N-\ SNKAKEPOUT VOU'LL TELL ME WHAT" REALLV HAPPENED . -.,:--I WORKED VOUR HANDS . TIED SOUR peer;., FREE— BUfTMEVWERB ^JtliE, M EARTH WOULD WEVER TIED,MY FRIEND? AND WRAPPED A ROPE LOOSELV AROUND SOU A FEW TIMES.... THEN, WITH HANDS BEHIND VOUi PULLED IT TISHT.' By Galbraith Side Glances MODEST MAIDENS HOME?...THAT* RlSHf / I SUPPOSB. IN'T HANKERlN SURPRISED ?T"?-"BUT >i?^/..^ >OU ALMOST I HEF7E...AND CtDN'T MAKE / FOR THAT LONG..- NOW TMAT SHOOTING OV£P / PlD / GET PACK WAY Cf A WATERFALL OOTLET... :NV? C'JSWE iM TH VALLBV... WlTK &?OtJ- AlP CASlN - « :-r^">T\H; ELECTROLUX MEN'S HANKIES COPR 1546 BY KEA SERVICE. INC. T. H. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF "Plow do you like my new hat? I found it in the incinerator." "For-heaven's sake, let him finish you off! Do you wanl him lo develop .repressions?" Freckles and HJS Friends By Blosser By Hershberger Business 'T^KS'RX..,Mpr ,X YEAH., JLJNIOP.- : -VOU'BB• J TOMOR.KOW ! • ft YOU I' COMt CLEAfO 1M 6ONMA BEAT fv'.V... i Gu^As AMD SPILL ALL: THATS THE GUV VOU CE FIGHT-STILL COMPlDEMTf .. ANDTUAT'S THE HEI?E WE ARE AT TWE ClNG-STILL ^y^'iz^ •» ^VW'^ I HATE THAT DRIP/ AMDVOu" 1 eOTTA TEACH ME TO HANDLE HIM SCIENTIFICALLY // VEAH.I wANiTVfDuTp t ME CAN (ALLEY 00? SEEV.& TO Be ! HAPPY ASCOT BUT I CAN'T SSr ANV . I'LL ENLARG TH£ MASS: A BiT CAN'T S5LIEI/G IT! GAPPSY, OSCAR A GENIUS' Thimble Theater 4HELIIQ, ARE STilL DOWN THERE 4MQHT 'P .THE'CUFF 606V\ . KLV 'Xi.l TRIPPED AN' FEUU OVER A .BK3 CLIFF YA DERM V- TOOTIN •BUT IT LOOKS LIKE THEREJL BE A SLIGHT DELAY.- HEY, WHERES SIR By J, R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople tTuf'Cyuf'Way f LET'S (JET GOMG/ 100KIT TMAT L4MCE,)"' THAT AKMOR A\-\',--^ 'Y A BEAUTIFUL W AAftV I- DIP IVVV FIK& &OME- O'JT 5\ BRP>it^-S.TROKeA>OF>.R. livi? LET'S OUR CftPS 2 \>S. M^C^/ -— _// FORM, A BOARD MOT "DEMAND ) { BOT VOU /%\ AMD VOUEM vWE OF 3?if APPRO AC 'r\ <-i>? DECIDE '2-5 "xl H&R CARR.V- PERCENiT SQUEEZE- ) jlMS TKE B/XLL, \ / PROPOSAL, ON OUR. COCOMOTS ?// ANJD X'LL GRfVB ) ( W& CfttsJ ( A K\eGAPHON& jL-? IN A/=> A. PKf^UANiX / KIpSS-'/HElt YOU'LL GET HE WMG'S 7\ 'OWE I I'/OWES-MEAT \ STAMPS TO HIS I THEV'LL BE \ * v /—A'c-iK/iD^.' THAT'^ \ rni.i p.r.Tinw/ / WORTH ABOl STAMPS.' THAT'S \ COLUECTlON.' / WORTH ABOUT A CAS STAMP? K. ^A TWO BITS " ' 114 E. Third St. ii B15EU BROUGHT TO KBJG 1 ylRTHUP.'S JOUST; v.o FIELD 'ID MEKT HI POOM... FIFTV VEAK.S THAT'S A LOIOG TIME "TO HOLD A GRUDGE, AIN'T if? BUT I'LL TAKE IT IF VOJ- t -• y l_! II ll-Vbb. t f \ *-V aaTr:.... -1 LA!<lT£Rh)5 OSS HILL LIKE PIRIT/ THE6 AOUTrt 0 PRACTICE; GROUP ! R&TREW6TOO-.; February 22, 1 946 CLASSIFIED MO.PB STAR, . . . $ n S 5« ^ Conllnu0 ^ insertions Only E YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale C "ALMERS MODEL Porloi-ric-ld 12-lf Notice PAIR .YOUNG i;omiMK H iincl -I vunr pnir coinhi , ( ntul fl t-oridition. . 20-31 SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE [or better furniture and better bargains. Phone 470. itlm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU '" V »i income tax troubles. I will P ? ,M to hc , ll) you - Do » now, avoid the rush in the last days Charges reasonable. J. W. Slrlchl _I ilnd ' '1-24-7W W . E BUY, SELL OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be too small, and they don't got oo ^'•BO. See us at 220 East Third St. City Furniture Co. Phono 873 28-lm FRANK, EMMET, JOHN OR HA¥- vp Wooton and sisters write me ;' lnon ' ;c - Mrs. Rufus A. Wooton, 1701 North West St. Jackson, Mississippi. 19 . fll CARNfVAL A RKAN G A. 0 Bv Dick Turner Real Estate for Sale OIL BURNER| NICE FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW nnd enrage, located at 1020 West ocventn, modern in every respect Also new living room suite rocker, broa);fast room suite' gas healer and cook stove, two bedroom suites complete with mattress and springs. Will sell with or without the furniture 11 interested see Floyd Porter- 1 IClCJ t 1 Q nt ^ io-Ul NICE LOT, LocATErToN NORTH Heryey Street. No paving tax good neighborhood. Close in Next to 402 North Hervey. Phono • 22-61 45 ACRES, TWO HOUSES~GOOD barn, nice orchard, gns, water lights. Borders Hope city limit's' Location o.k. to cut up and sell for city lots. Bargain. See C. E Cassidy. 22-31 4 ACRES wlfinrVE ROOM house near city limits. This is ;i bargain in a home. See C E 22-31 COPR 1946 BY NtA SERVICf| IM r M BEO „_ s PAT Ol . f "How shall I comb them, sir? Wet, dry, or possibly a little mascara .on each one for emphasis?" ThwCur[n««WorId^ Ferguson ;i bargai Cassidy. TWO house. Also have several other Jots located in other parts of J-iupe. it you arc in the market lor a farm or home see me for other bagains. C. E. Cassid- | . _ 22-31 ; •„ ________ Female Help Wanted Lost LOST AT SPRING" HILL, ARK one young hound. Almost solid while with few rod spots. Name on collar. Rcwnrd. Carl B. Jones 20-31 For Rent TWO WAITRESSES WANTED" bo experienced, Hillards 22-31 Wanted to Buy BUY A ""W^l OR'02 Ford or Chevrolet JONES MAYTAG SALES A SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES 304 East 2nd FRONT BEDROOM TO WORKING __°" l i^l_ Phono SGI - W . 20-31 THREE ROOM ^URNFsHED A- partmcnt for light housekeeping Apply Sehooley's Store. Phone J8-F-11. Mrs. J, E. Schoolcy. •_ ^ 20-3t Services Offered ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. REGISTERED SPENCER COR~- seliore, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and wo- S? 0 "'^ surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozior, 318 North Elm. St Hope Ark. Phone 144-J. 28-lm Fights Last Night By The Associated Press B'lltimore — Jimmy McAllister, 11 11 £' Baltlnlor <-'. outpointed Vinca Ucl Orto, 132, New York, 10. Philadelphia — Johnny Walker 157, Philadelphia outpointed Bobby Burger, 157, Philadelphia, 8, pointed, Atlantic City — Willie Wcaslc l?-n 1 " 2 ' ^'"'ladelphin, outpoin'tod I'llbcrto Osario, lus 1-2, Havana, 8. By United Press Orange, N. J, —(UP)— Freddie Archer, 144 1-2, Newark, N. J out w'',< A? tanl , c 7 {Bab y> Simms, 153 ,1.4, New York, 10. .Fall River, Mass. —(UP)— Lucio Lima, 143, Long Island City N Y C A , p °! n . teti Freddie Camuso, ' 14(T Fall River, 10. Newport, Vt. Jean Richard, 118, ALTH0U6H SEVEN BILLION ENTER THE EARTHS 'ATMOSPHERE YEARLY, ONLY A FEW THOUSAND GET THROU6H WITHOUT BEING BURNED UP BY PRICHON / OF THESE, LESS THAN A THOUSAND ARE LAR6E ENOU6H TO BE RECOGNIZED. T-'i."^' "' NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. CAT. OFF. e Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. SPELLED BACKWARD/, IS RADAR. 2-22 YOU CAN /MAKE ICE-BOXCOOKIES IN A GAS STOVE," Sa PHILIP A. ARNEL SPORTS ROUNDUP -By Hook S. roUertw, Jr.' For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service Hope, Ark The Indians believed the moun- " a |leat Pillnrs Ulat hek in,: they hnvo to slioll out for higher !.^L hn ,!.. l :? co . l . v _ e . d . thousands of . Throughout his career in the cabinet, there were many Americans who thought that the tille of Honest Harold, bestowed on Mr. Ickes with sarcastic intent, was a gross exaggeration. Originally it referred to his supicious nature which instinctively examined the motives Of others. "Honest Harold" implied full recognition of the probability that here was one New Dealer at least who would not tap the till or drain off secret graft in one guise or another either for his personal gain or that of his sisters and his cousins and his aunts. In this commonplace virtue there was n sidelong criticism of the morals and ethics of his chief but it will be noted that Mr. Ickcs' honesty was not so active as to evoke from him any public objection to such violations of his own code by his political belters. That a public servant be innocent of the larcenous instinct or thut ho resist it firmly would seem to be little enough to tisk. But the personal fortunes of some who led the Roosevelt revolu- .1011 show that it is not only a lot o expect of them but much too Mr.. Ickes leaves public ffice, but not the public eye and ear, self- styled a grasping and miserly fel- ow and with no dissenting ooinion rom_;those who know him best, mil, his most enthusiastic enemy villjnot allege that he got a dollar of His fortune illegally. To ' that " Jtte » t ' ) tlien, he is indeed "Honest Harold .but that is faint praise Honesty means more than that and by other-tests Ickes flunked, in the second New Deal, Mr ekes toyed with a temptation to eturn to Chicago and run for Tiayor against Ed Kelly whom he iously regarded as a rascal in e.ed of turning out. He was not a esidcnt of Chicago in any publicly .nown sense of the term. He atcually resided in the sub- rbs of Washington and his only ther registered home was on a .y: 00 , 1 Called, in his biography in Who s Who, "Private Road, Win- r ' i"?"" yot Mr - Ickes said he elieved he could establish a fine legal residnece in Chicago His plans changed and he was not called on to prove domicile but the Kelly politicians naturally went searching and their conclusion was that Ickcs had a vague technical claim to legal but fictitious residence in a room up near the eaves of an old hotel near the Loop. By 1940, Ickes had cither fhangod his opinion of Ed Kelly or was stopping to conquer. At the height oi that stupendously sordid brawl which nominated Mr. Roosevelt for his third term and Henry Wallace, amid boos, for his first in any:, elective office, Ickes was caught-tin flagrant association with me man he had so recently and ardently despised. He and Harry Hppkmi? who ,to his credit, as wisely-never made an issue of his Honesty, turned up in the company °fu nq li only Mr - Ke "y. b «t that other'despicable Fascist, according o their.New Deal billingsgate of time, Frank Plague, of Jersey Sfirnweiss a Yankee Holdout i By OAYLE TALBOT Bdlboa, .C. 2,, Fob . 22 ~r~ — Manager Joe McCarthy's tnsk ' of putting together a New York. Ynri- kee infield appears to hrvc been simplified by George Stirn.,>;..' stubborn holdout against a $10,00(1 contract offered him. Having two of the finest second basemen in the game in SUrnwisiss and Joe Gordon, McCarthy had intended to alternate the pair between second and third during the Panama phase of the (raining to see which filed better into an" infield combination. But' Slirnwei:;s' refusal lo accept, the same pay he received last year, probably IIJIK lost him any chance he had of beating Gordon oul at second. Gordon, after his years in the service, has not quite regained rus spectacular form of prewar years but still is a whale of an infielder and can hit the same long ball that helped carry the Yanks to several Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff*. Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES' For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAO McCORKLE toturning servmen , ' _ national defense rules, rulurning GI's are entiUed lo a i'i per cent increase if they were- advanced in classification .-.iftcr joining the colors. . , Thai meanns 'real dough to some clubs with extra-big lists. WANTED Sawyer and Filer, good salary, has to make home in Louisville Kentucky. Apply Chess & Wymond, 421 West Avery Street, Louisville 8, Kentucky. Magnolia NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us lor rejjairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and nuike button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R On^-Mlnute Sports Page Leo Novak, Army track coach, lamtains that Tex Coulter could consistently toss the shot better than 50 I'eet if he didn't stop in ihe middle of the ring . We always thought Tex could throw a Notre Dame halfback farther than that. Heports from Oklahoma City name Bo Rowland, whose last civilian post was at the citadel, and Babe Holhngbery as top candidates for thai "big time" grid coaching job Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK Roundball Square Basketballcr Lou Desci, who came to Harvard via Buckncll. an Wynclol Gray, who was shifted from Bowling Green to become Lou s Crimson Teammate, 'not only room together but their homes'are directly across lhe street from one another in Arkon, O. . , Another resident of the same block in Akron is Bob Gerber, Toledo U star on the I. C. 4-A indoor track team trophy, which has been in competition ever since the meet was begun. One more will retire jt. End Of the Line Vince Mutaw, one of the Atlanta Crackers' hopeful young -infielders a cousin of .Peanuts Lowery of niilio ; , -u*o,.,,T i^«r_»..,..r t . a few years ago. The Boston • - -• ^ •_" «n«. . . iilt .LJUOLUIl uarden s Bill Mokray suggests that n they can pick up two more athletes that block probably could trim any other block in the country. . . We'd add that anyone who tried to get such a team to challenge them could be justly called blockhead. Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. 14 _ — . V ..,. M , . f »T ncii .rutrX Boaz of the 32nd Laundry Bntalion was flatoned five times by Tom Ban-on in a recent GI bout in India would you say Alex was taken to the cleaners? Basketball Scores By The Associated Press East Portland Harbor Defenses Camp Edwards 3, r >. Ithaca College 46; Hartwiclt 33. 49; South 57; Virginia Louisiana State 54; Tulane 43 Georgia 72; Clemson 51. Bainbridge Navy 72; Norfolk Naval Air Station 53. West Virginia Tech G7; Davis and Elkins 35. Ouaehila 34. 53- f*i' t r«V7 -"...» •* •*. u £, v* \.| \ji u cl oc V ty - Sfl e Purpose of their huddle yas notfi-et'orm or civic virtue but ho ld\Vi, practical politics of the old-time smoke-filled room. Thev couldn'teget along without the rascals and, their wicked machines so n thatimoral crisis, they decided o gct-,;ril.ong with them and turn o theiiv-own political service the 'ery wickedness which they deplored. Having. _his own Gestapo in the 3epai>tmpnt of the Interior, Mr ckes--cannot bo presumed In have •men .ignorant of (he $25,000 bite to-WrhiClv/Judke Charles Harwood submitted' jn a ruslv act b'- Hall Roosevelti the brotlier of Mrs i v/"?^?. 0 ? 80 ^' 611 ' acti "S on bel halLof : ;Elliott and his radio chain Jckes_ knows more scandal and gossip than any other one in Wash- '"g!:9 n ; vYet whe " lhe -president named Harwood governor of the Virgin'islands, under the general management of Mr. Ickes and veti; after the facts of the bite werevpresented in print, his hones public affairs. Mr. Ickes.' own participation in .he distribution of philatelic monstrosities of great value was in accordance with the new ethics of ligh office. No man can say he got a dishonest dollar there in the sense of illegal doing but he knew the value of such stamps and so his conduct will be calledhonest only by those who share his principles. Mr. Ickes has always been a stout man in the fight for labor's gains, including the protection of the so-called common- man from impudence and all manner of personal imposition by the bosses. Yet, like Fiorello LaGuardia, another honest man, in the sarr<? restricted sense, ho was an overbearing executive in the Department of the Interior whose manners and methods in his relations with individuals who couldn't fight back would have had him up on serious charges before Labor Relations Board had he used them in private industry. Mr. Truman probably will be relieved to be rid of him once the noise subsides. The party is separating into its two natural divisions now and Ickes obviously belongs with Wallace, Hillman, Frankfurter and the few shame- ess fakers in the Senate who never lad any principles and spni.-o pieces written for iucm u t • ' "; wing strictly for the sake 01 Vie./ 'obs and invitations to parties in Washington. The Republicans night even think of nominating John L. Lewis in 1948 as the man to beat Wallace and his Communist following, counting Truman out in advance. Two mechanical' dash errors of transmission in recent pieces are acknowledged and corrected. In the reflections of Cfeorge Spelvin, American, reference Was made to the founding of a fortune through opium smuggling by tlie grandfather of "Mr;- Roosevelt. As published, the word "grandmother" was substituted. There was no such intent. In a discussion of soldier demonstrations .in Hawaii, the name of Ewart Guinier, a warrant officer, selected as a member of the GI committee to go to Washington, was changed in transmission to "Edward" Guinier. The first name is Ewart and the Dies Committee index lists Ewart Guinier as president of the New York district of the state, county and municipal workers of the CIO which has been a selected stamping ground of Communist agitators and organizers. world championships. Although McCartny declines to say so in as many words, the im pression is that Stirnweiss, one OL the most valuable men in the American League and • the league's batting champ last year will have to fight for a job at the strange position of third base i and when he shovvs up in Florida Bill Johnson, who was something of a sensation at third in his one season with the Yanks in 1943, has been declared, "army surplus" anc is expected to report probably by April 1. ': Johnson is the kind of a lone ball hitter McCarthy likes and it might be significant that he knocked in 94 -runs in his one big league season compared to Rtirn- weiss '64 last year. Also,, McCarthy appears to have another promising third base prospect in Henry Majeski xvho hit .345 in his last year with the Newark Bears. And has been belting the ball at a great clip in inter-squad '• games. Taking everything into consideration it would surprise no. one in the New York Camp if Stirnweiss eventually were traded for a top notch pitcher or two. Pitching is the Yankees' big weakness and a second baseman as valuable as Slirnweiss undoubtedly would fetch something really good from a club such as Detroit which has mounds- men to spare. Except for the situation at third and the "uestion as to which of the half dozen catchers including the returning veteran Bill Dickey will carry the catching burden, the Yankees appear to be virtually set in the field; A HOUSING PROBLEM Portland, Ore., Feb. 22 — (£>)— Housing shortage paradox: Larry Bome's office assistant told him she'd quit her'job if she didn't find an apartment son. Her boss, ironically, is executive secretary of the Portland realty: board, the state's largest group of •eal estate men and properly managers. (He's issued a special bulletin apeal to all members.) Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR' WORK Phone 382-J ST^---""««»I w iv v; iitivc UUtrl 1 oUlillltl is iji'prff important than all consid- erauons of', virluo antf decency in COMPLETE BWoe Go. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. - -- j_ . • -'-i-^i y.'.'-t BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope'. Ark. Personal Stationery Pastel Colors , A Complete line- Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. 10 Will Go io Post at Santa Anita By BILL BCKER - Calif., Feb. 22 — (/W— t4in ? 1 ° f th , C Strikc Clouds Ani IS' a field of ^t least -year-olds put the finishing ^ °1 th < eir tu "eu PS for derby tomorrow « h if- a ^ cd for tho'favo' slot — which has been a jinx • P rcv ' ou . s slakes this meeting the Maine Chance farms' stellar threesome of Star Pilot, Knockdown and Colony Boy. But Fred T^fit V U $ y CO , I1: ' air rat e, and Louis B. Mayer's filly, Honey$, ' 3 re , also - highly regarded. The derby, richest rade ever of 1 * is- COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply I . Midwest Eastern Illinois Teachers Northern Illinois Teachers 50 Oklahoma A. and M. 71; Wash- gjon Univoi-sily (St. Louis) 2(i. Kirksvillo (Mo.i Teachers 04; Missouri Mines G3. hm ?l S e i n ' ril! . State <0kla.) 41; hillips University 28 Toledo University 05; Percy Jones Hospital 43. * I i^, 1 * 31 :" Reserve 46; Pcnn 27. 0 U » ivcrs »y "8; Tulsa Wanted Log Contractor To cut, bonk and deliver round lot of nice white oak timber. Apply to Hope Heading Company ENJOY T3E THRILLS OF RACING! SPRING MEETING Februairy 25th To March 30th : g , THIRTY DAYS OF HIGH GLASS RACING ftACEb No Purse Less " "*?<» Than $1,000 gP.M, ADMISSION $1.00 Includes All Taxes "ft* Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR ui"Sl-? o y ^ r ' d c Coi ; ns Dod 9 e F( ""ou$ Onion Plant; Willnite Melon Seeds Germaco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinked Cotton Seeds Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza Altalta Soy Beans and field grown Cabbage Plants. We Appreciate Your Business MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store Made .'PJrect'from' •'• -Orders'filled ROBERT R. RIDER Phone 43S-J LILE'S FIX-IT SHOP for REPAIRS 933 Service Station Phone • • • 933 or 869-R DR. H.T. SHUU. VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkang TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkonios Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 814 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SiAT CQViRS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Agio Supply Phpne 174 216 8. Main of ' n r it, •f,-'i'~ waB ' anotner n7nv't" 1 h j Mldas t0uch ^ h ich iriay have ended the horseman's strike yesterday when Santa Anita upped purses $200 to cover from and exercise boy expenses - the mam complaint of the r-n*—ir?? tnoroughbrd owners a association. bp ihe ninth -••~ M *-*wjr, hitherto a $50000 s over a mile and one-eighth' 56 n a%,a? fb o e r sf S8-- ^fe? IS^JS so, a fast track is in prospect colt "H «t n ^ chaJ ^ pio P l wo-year-old ;™ 1 J ast year and winner of $167' * 3ut in his only start here Tie rim a lukewarm second to stablernSS Knockdown which earned only ile. Arnold — • - - Permane. the ti, . - ifrn^ f COUS ' - WUh the SPeoiflc ignment coming up tonight • n«2 n S y ? lon ^ chances will be- lan ces w e- en- by Ted Atkinson, letfding h of thte meet, who will blot her The Mayer filly has won. two takes here and a total of $5^870 Air Rate, 1945 New Eneland " v , e "' Ie . champion, has amfssed 101,180 in winning nine of 10 starts he big colt humbled the touted vm bp B HHH n h ] W !r laEt start He vui be ndden by Harry Pratt.. Edward S. Morris INSURANCE COMPANY L^ n i P ?r sonal Accident ..and Health Insurance 418S. Elm Telephone 32 Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Eait 2nd St. PHontfn Alteration* Pressed While You Walt' CALL US FOR YOUR WIRING and REPAIR TROUBLES Phone 231-R HOUSTON; ELECTRIC CO. Delton Houston ••- Lee's Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Flsh • Sandwiches »Soft Drlnki rfnen 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 irns& M* .opMa^dj. SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2- years without refilling, Doug f*|"f"V Car '' Bacon \*l I I j one s ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Arfc, Arkansas Bank Building See Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected |lock». Hardy, fast- growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPtY CO- 4th and La. St| Phone 25- •'.'. ; I I | ll

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