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"n.r\;f-" Fog* H 0 P « STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be la Office Cay Before Publication _,• All Want Ads Cash In Advance • Not taken Over the Phone §'•,«*• »lm* . . . a* word, minimum 30e Sfr times . . . Sc word, minimum 7Se tl*M . . Jl/ a e want, minimum JOe On« month .lie word, minimum $3.70 Rates ate for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU. TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" ' j ' ft f> For Sole •PAIR YOUNG MULES AND HAR- ness. Three shoats, one table top Florence range, one-young cow. Raymond Smith, Shover-Springs. < - 12-3t TWO LARGE MULES WITH HAR- ness, one two horse disc, one John Deere middle buster, one good cultivator, ajid a number of other farm tools, can b.e seen •at my barn on East Fourth St., across from Grant's Shop. Floyd Porterfield. •'•-_ 12-6t FIFTY ACRES I/AND, FIVE blocks from Paisley "school. See Gentry Printing Co."Phone 241. .•;.,.-.-' .13-3t FORD FERGUSON TRACTORS with two row cultivator and planter. Fertilizer attachment. Breaking plows, middle burster, 6 foot tandem disc, terracing plow, and soil scoop. All good as new. See Raymond Johnson, 3V> miles On Hope-Rosston highway, Route 2. 13-3t DOUBLE RED FOX NECK .piece. Bargain. Practically new. ', Phone 479. 720 West 3rd St. 13-6t Wonted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. Guaran, teed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w OLD RAGS. MUST BE CLEAN, free of buttons, snaps and pins. No woolens nor overalls. 5c pound. Hope Star office. 14-tf WELL EDUCATED •VETERAN with car to travel and sell educational Service with highest endorsement to homes in Hemp-' stead and adjoining counties. Can Fair Enough By Wettbrook Peolt r Copyright, 1946- By King Feature* Syndicate. The following column by West- brok Pegler will be his last for four weeks, during which time he will be on vacation. With a peculiar satisfaction I have watched the growth of Jimmy Petrillo, the president of the Musicians' Union, from the size of a local eccentric. or character around Chicago to that of a high- octane menace to the sacred heritage bequeathed us by the embattled farmers of Bunker Hill and the chilblained heroes of Valley Forge. I have talked shop with Jimmy stead and adjoining counties. Can many's the ime and realize hat earn $100 per week and up when he is constantly amazed and you wnrk. for lull information • ••• - a "' a " :u ' «"'« write. District Manager, Box 141. Hot Springs, Ark. 15-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or .more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 873. ' n-lm SMALL CASH REGISTER. W. b. Beene, phone 1054. I2*3t NEW HQUSE, BUILT IN CABI- >ets; J. F. Easterling, Philips Addition. 14-3t vBARN IN GOOD CONDITION TO " be wrecked and moved. Phone 132. 14-3t — MODEL A FORD.. EXCEL- lent condition. See Mac -Parson 14-3t ffi ' Washington, Ark. If WHITE TABLE TOP ENAMEL wood or coal range. Used 6 months. Mrs. H. W. Kendrick, 1% miles out on Lewisville highway. 14-3t 1938 FORD. 2-DOOR, 60 HORSE- power,., Sedan. See at Hickey Bros. Service Station, Emmet. 14-61 , ONE 1941 HUDSON 2-DOOR: ONE -1937 Chevrolet 2-door, clean, practically new tires, priced to sell. Phone 1024-W. 14.31 p385 ACRES, HIGH CLASS STOCK farm, four miles from Hope on highway, new house, "big barn large pond, water and lights in house, about 250 acres open pas. ture well sodded, nice bunch .timber,' can give possession. See _Floyd Porterfield. 14-6t i ROBERTSON CAFE LOCATED ON , highway '67 east, by Tol-E-Tex iCnmnany,' See T. F. Robertson, - 120 East 3rd Street. 15-3t fBEDROdM' SUITE, LINOLEUM cook stoves, heaters, chairs, kitchen cabinets, ice boxes, tables Rollaway bed. See Tom Carrel __; • 15-2W H REGISTERED JERSEY MALE 'calves.- 1 week to 4 months old. See Lacie Howe. Hope Rt. 3. 15-6t I PEACH TREES. 3 FOOT JUNE Buds dr one year olds. George Ann Orchards, Prescott, Ark 15-6t For Sale or Trade l'1940 SMALL CADILAC SEDAN Very clean throughout. Under C OPA ceiling. J. F. Reed, 404 |,"7South Greening St. 14.31 Lost IDELUXE MONROE TIRE AND •wheel. Pjione 679. . . 14.31 IKATION '£OOK NO. 4. RETURN to Nazaree Hunter, Rt. 2, Hope 1 "• I5-3t JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE "For Prp AH"'" Phone .Expert Service on .I.NG MACHINES 304 East 2nd' ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 11« E, Third St. Hope, Ark I WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, IOC South Walnut Street Phone 660. 17-tf CLEAN U S E D CARS AND' trucks, any model, in good condition. Phone 1024-W. 305 South Elm Street. 14.31 Real Estate for Sale NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE WITH city conveniences and nine lots just outside city limits. Call 1052 15-3t NICE 6 ROOM HOUSE ON NORTH Elm Street. Priced reasonable. See Riley Lewallen. ii-3t 35 ACRES, NICE FIVE ROOM house in Spring. Hill. Gas, water and lights. $5000. Many other good bargains. See Riley Lew- alien. i3. 3t Services Offered ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION. Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. 6-2w For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED '.Apartment for light housekeeping Apply Schooley's Store. Phono 38-F-ll, Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf Lost or Strayed BROWN MARE MULE, GRAY face and smooth mouth. Weight 900 pounds. Notify P. F. Campbell, Hope Rt. 2 for reward. 14-3t Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. 14-lm 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. Chargds reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 1-24-Tw DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT o machine by the hour. Phone 646-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7_2 W LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver In and out of town, write or call us. Phone 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co, Hope, Ark. Rt. 2 ll-6t IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. 15-lmo. FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINGS, and Venetian blinds write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, (Texarkana, Texas. 15-2m Loe's Tour 1st Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue «Flsh • Sandwiches »Soft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr, and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button ; holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions • 16 to 70 Feet Cosh Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK, --—. .u .. U ..v**.<,v l4 j M1I1MA.C\4, «1I1U amused, like me, that a little Chicago gutersnie, just on native cunning and nerve, by the accidental surge of a socio-political wave and without reasoned intent on his own part should become the subject of a personal bill of restraint in the Congress of the U.S.A. and one of the most fearsome figures of our time. When I speak, of James as an old time gutersnipe I use the term merely as the most appropriate description that I know. He was a downtown and West Side newsboy in the gas light and horse truck days, closer to the frontier than we realized in our childish and flops and barrel houses, and familiarity with gambling rooms and flops and barrel houses, and a guttersnipe hopped many a street car to sell enough sheets for a cent apiece and a profit of one-third to amass a nickel's worth of take- home. The streets in the brutal winters, were dirty with cold, deep slop when they weren't up to your brisket in snow and the odds against a boy of Jimmy's social and economic level becoming a power in the land with or without resort to the machine-gun were something fabulous, his old man P.emg a white wing at something like $lo a week. ,. James has told me that he qualified for a card in the Chicago Federation of Musicians because he had learned to blow a trumpet in a newsboys band, which I earnestly disbelieve. It is unimportant, however, for to hold that a boss unioneer should be able to pass an examination in the craft of his organization would be to depose the 1*111 m rr r4in<-r.« n __ i r , . _ _ Distance Runners on Card Today Hot Springs, Ark., March 15 — ,fP).— -Eight routers were scheduled to go postward at Oaklawn Park today in the $1,300. mlle-and-70- yard, allowance seventh race, feature of the program. Henry Forrest's Plover Brand and R. C. Austin's So Proudly were linked as an entry. A threat to this pnir was Emery and' Karl's nine-year-old gelding, -orydon, second to Plover Brand in the latter's last victory. The Norwalk stable was represented by Bold Salute and Question Miss. Funk and Roth's Tough Target, the Sunnyside • stable's Ooldbart, and Baylor O. Hickman's Temeru, completed the field. Six sprints—one a three-panel affair for two-year-olds—and and a mlle-and-n-sixteenth eight race made u*> the supporting program. The daily double paid a lusty $759.90 yesterday as long shots came through in both of the first two races. Burg Heir ($14.20; won the first race, while Static Chaser ($106,00; won the second. Yesterday's feature fifth and sixth sixfurlong races were captured by Johr farm's Big Meal and F. W. Ellins' Rosenite, respectively. Big Meal paid $5.00 straight and Rosenite paid $18.30. Fights Lost Night By the Associate Press Baltimore — Ray "Sugar" Robinson 149 1-4, New York, outpointed Izzy Jannazzo, 154, New York, 10. Philadelphia — Jess Moraney 154; Harrisburg, Pa., outpointed Johnny Walker, 156, Philadelphia, 8. Lonnie Clark. 211, Philadelphia outpointed Wally Sears 187, Minersville, Pa> 6. CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner one Missouri JackT blic~wfth ?uiing" dictators white nose. For service, E. D. our union membership. half Will Green, the president of the A. a.- of L., for example, was a miner by trade way back in his youth but was ejected from the mine workers by his old president John Lewis, when John formed S e ?' t °- . a _ n d broke away from the A. F of L. but a union presi- r\l a nd> especially the president of the Federation of Labor, surely must hold ; a member's card in some union, so our Jimmy Petrillo gave Green a ticket in the musician's racket on the pretext that old Will at some time:, in his life had been heard to strike some chords on a parlor organ;' Phil Murray, now nresident of the C. I. O., was, Tike Green, a coal in his boyhood and also was 'COPR ma BV NCA SERVICE INC T M REG ir s. PAT~"OFP By United Press Orange, N .J. — Charley Fusari, 144 1-4, Irvington, N. J., outpointed Ralph Walton, 145 1-2, Montreal badges, birdeggs and speakeasy cards I treasure a writ of membership in' an oldlime union of steamboat .men, so, as I say, we need not believe that James could plunk, scrape or blow a note. Our James would like you to believe that he is one of those who made it the hard way" but most men who go on in that vein are braggart fakers who had it very easy as Jimmy did. He was a natural born peddler who could act the fool to a judicious extent and close a deal with a shrewd laugh and- by this trait he wiggled his way into the soft racket of Chicago's local politics which blankets both the nether and the upper worlds. At one point, if you take his word for it, he was borrowed for a spell by lawless persons unknown, and his union, of which he had taken strong command by this time, had to spend $50,000 to get him back. There were those who thought $50,000 a flagrant violation of the ceiling and some would have let him go at any price, reasoning that it they couldn't' get-' another like him their luck could be worse but the matter was not put to a formal referendum. They bailed Jimmy out, nevor "Okay, men! Once more around behind the nmbulnnce— I'll make lawyers out of you or I ain'l physical director of McTori Law School!" This Curious World By William Ferguson uistjer m nis ooynood and also was J -"«y oaucci Jimmy out, nevor cast out of the mine workers by knowing who got the money, and his old friend, John. So Phil be- L or a PP re ciation, James let them —„„, -. .„. , U| w wiiii, OU X^I 111 UC" came a member of the Steel Workers Union, whose trade he was a stranger to. And somewhat arrlong my old snake-rattles, souvenir Legal Notice ELECTION PROCLAMATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Election will be held at the various voting precincts in Hempstead County, Arkansas, on Tuesday, the 19th of March, 1946 as follows: Voting Precincts: Sardis Patmos Spring Hill Battlefield Stevenson School House Rocky Mound Shover Springs Box 5 Cotton Row (Country box in Hope) Ward 1, Fire Station (Hope) Ward 2, Court House (Hojifc) Ward 3, CJty Hall (Hope) Ward 4, City Hall (Hope) Guernsey Fulton McNab Columbus Saratoga Cross Roads Washington Ozan ; Jaka Jones DeAnn Piney Grove Beard's Chappel Blevins Deanyville Wallaceburg McCaskill Friendship Belton Bingen Tokio Union Goodlelt Said Election will be held to determine whether or not license shall be granted for the manufacture or sale or the bartering, loaning or giving away of intoxicating liquors within Hempstead County, Arkan~~\s. GIVEN UNDER MY hand this 7th day of March, 1946. FRANK J. HILL Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas -_. ..^r*. _*.4u b,v*,,, utnnua ICL niurn buy him a §50,000 home on which a sudden, the dirty, low-down opnnn al rev | nue clipped him for $26,000 on the ground that the value represented income and was taxable as such. This ruling seriously impugned Jimmy's method of acquiring the house from his loyal subjects and strongly suggested coercion or a rigged resolution and vote because if it had been a genuine gift it would have been non-taxable. But James has a high capacity for disdain so he spurned the foul implication and paid the A few tax. years ago, our James, . , ~- " ^>-v**J MfaVJ, UUJ. ll till 1U£>, having clipped the Chicago lax- payers for the cultural bon of pub- lie concerts paid for out of taxes and received as w; pie, invaded New York, a very audacious foray, I assure you tossed out old Roe Webber, the aged national president, and took over the job himself. Soon afterward he changed lawyers, hiring the ineffable Joe Padway, whose knowledge of the union law and the tricks of demagogues is exceeded only by his gall and it has been since these two combined that Jimmy has been recognited as a really impressive menace. But neither individual nor the two of them in concert constilules a real menace. The real menace is found in the laws under which they operate with perfect security and statutory righl. None of these privileges, predatory as the rights of the robber barons of old, and Congress, alone, can revise and restrict them. Jimmy just happened along with his impudence and nerve plus Padway's enormous effrontery in time to take his tide at the flood and now he is soaring high with Padway steering his surf board. The act recently passed by the House and Senate to curb Jimmy's union alone and ignore the fundamental evils of the broader labor laws is one of pathelic cowardice mistaken for bravado. Congress singled out one wave in a hammering surf and, of course, Ihe fourflush will be forgotten and Jimmy and Joe will enjoy their powers to the full until Congress finally shall find the courage lo make a real law. COPR. 1M« BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 5. PAT. 0™. WE HAT6PJEENS TO KEEP ,IN THE PINK,"^^MRS. A. LUCKE, THERE IS NO 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 JAMKS II. PILKINTON Hempsreod County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARD EN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE IT. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCOHKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Marked Tree to Face Cotter in Girls Tourney Marion, March 15 —(/P)— First- round play in the Arkansas Athletic Association's girls high schul basketball tournament continued here this morning after six teams advanced last night to the ciuarter- tinals, which wore to get under way this afternoon. me wind-up of first-round action sent Marked Tree, defending champion, against Cotter and pitted Results last night: Magnolia against Atkins. Siloain Springs -4H ;Bismarck HG. Tyronza 22; Grecnwod 12. Marianna GG; Glendale 21. El Dorado 47: Drew Central 33. Newport 35; Hamburg 2G. Parkin 47; Plume'rville 15. In 194G. the average American will get about 3.3(i!l calories a clay compared to 3,251) in prewar years. IN BAY RUM / SPORTS ROUNDUP •If look I FaUertM, Jr.©— you have f — ™ .-«.*. vw. • it* i i\.« JL IU LIU, i3 It! It? \JL Pennsylvania. Temple, which played only in the first invitation uiuirui uon 01 puo- event here, jn 1938, has the only 1 for out of taxes Pfriect recOVd — three ins —and wages by his peo- M-uhlenberg, starting in its third 3\v York, a very Journey tomorrow, has yet to win T _ 1TO 11 t« O f ttr\ »-*-, ,-, T — J. i March 13—f/P)— For- back, to your Notre Dame fotball rui'namont consistency, i roster ... A. T. Moore vice-presi- hand it to the state of I dent of the new tobacco stale SERVICE ./""/A QUALITY —VARIETY Now Is the time to get ready for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Willhite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn Germaco Hoi Caps Sinkers Delinted Cotton SeedSi Hybrid Sweet Corn, Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa, Soy Beans and field grown cabbage plants. "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE Tlit U«dinf Se«d $ror« its first game Latest reports --- o —...^ , . . j_juii:aL ic|jurts from Indiana say you can add George Connor, tho big tackle from Holy Cross, and George Strohmeier, speedy Iowa Pro-Flight Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received until ten o'clock A. M., Central Standard Time, March 20, 1940, in the Mayor s office at the City Hall Hope, Arkansas, for furnishing the following items for the Hope Water & Light Plant, f. o. b. Hope Arkansas: 1. One one-inch Flow Indicator .similar and equal to Henszey Indicator No. 30-F, bronze suitable for working from 0 to 300 Ibs. 2. Monel boiler nipples, one each , 3. Apportioning valve, one each 4. One (1) r-6" dia. x 8'-0" x 4'-4" horizontal flash tank complete with controls. Complete specifications may be obtained from Chas. O. Thomas Supt, Hope Water & Light Plant. The rieht is reserved to reject any or all bids and to accept the bid which is to the best interest of the City of Hope. BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Albert Graves, Mayor Chas. C. Spragins Guy E, Basye March 8- 15 league, is a lieutenant of the North Carolina state highway patrol and used to head the Juvenile League at Fayelleville, N. C. . . . No comments on what kind of a league he's heading now. One-Minute Sports Page Tub-thumper Harry Markson now is writing about '.'Willie (available) Joyce" . . . Marine Lt. Earl Mitchell expects a discharge in time to rejoin the big-time miters next winter although he figures it will take six months to gel the kinks out of his legs. Mitchell still has a year and a half of eligibility at Indiana U . . . Ernie Messkimoer, new Temple U. baseball coach, didn't play baseball in college though he was a basketball hotshot . . . Arky Vaughan, who isn't exactly pally with Leo Durocher, apparently intends to stick lo his BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co, PKone 370 Hope, Ark. MONEY TO LEND Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association California ranch as long as the Dodgers won't trade him . . . Jack Brown, noted as an early developer ot Gene Vcnzke's running talent as well as being the coach who once ran afoul of the cops because 10 was carrying a starter's pistol on his way to practice, will assist Carl Merner at Columbia -this spring. He's been in war work for several years. Clea'ninq The Cuff A tip from New England says don I be surprised, to find a Harvard-Boston Collogc game on tho 1!)47 football schedule. At the World Series last fall, Bobby Brown, the new Yankee sensation, is reported to have said he didn't care what club he signed with "as long as I get more bonus than Dick Wakefield." ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service in town- Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 41 IS. Hazel A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 815 8. Main BTeam Is Planned for Razorbacks Fayotcvillc, March IS —M 1 )—The University of Arkansas Ha/or- backs, win) earlier in this century frequently had to few .substitutes to finish a ball game, will have a "IV football team next season in addition ID their varsity squad. More than 100 candidates were in prospect for the Ra/orbacU squads today as Head Coach John Barnhill and his assistants cheeked out equipment for spring practice, which will gel under way Monday. The candidates who .show during early spring drills that they arc not ready for varsity competition svill be relegated lo the "B" squad. Barnhill said he already had received offers for "B" games next fall. The Porker Athletic director announced that Clyde Van Sickle, Cornier lino coach and now a member of the physical education .staff, and Emil "Dutch" Bocpplc, 10IW Razorback guard now Inking postgraduate work here, would tutor the "B" players. Barnhill also announced thai John "Bud" Tomlin, head grid coach in 1943 and assistant under Glen Rose the last two years, would assist Ilobart Hooser as track coach this spring. The athletic boss, however, did not indicate whether appointment of Van Sickle and Tomlin to spring assignments would change their status at the university following Ihe current semester. When the Barnhill regime took over shortly after Jan. 1 Van Sickle and Toni- Im wore dismissed from the coaching staff and transferred to tho physical education staff, where they were to serve until their contracts expire in June. HENDERSON BEGINS WORK Arkadelphia, March 15 — (/P)— Spring football practice is under way at Henderson State Teachers College with Head Coach Duke Wells counting 25 candidates for the Rctldic squad. Sixteen Jeter- men are in the group. Auctioneer; "What am I offered for this beautiful bust of Robert Burns?" Man (in crowd): "That ain'l Burns. . .that's Shakespeare." Auctioneer: "Well, folks, the joke's on me. That shows what 1 know about the Bible." Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 Alteration* 1 . Presied While You W«l« Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line | Gentry Printinq Co. I Phone 241 Hope,"Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug f*ITV' Carl Bacon ^wl I I Jones 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, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Sea Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected floe.' s. Hardy, fast growers. Low price FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts __FHdoy, Moreli IS, 1946 Cv ! HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Pcge Seven Hempsfectd County, Tuesday, March 19th The lives of loyal women and children are often blighted by the drinking habits of husbands and fathers. They must suffer the grief and shame, though leading an entirely blameless life. Here is a picture of a mother and her young children poignantly aware that drink is rapidly ruining the character, business and social star, din a of her husband and their father. Don t let this happen in your family . ... it is SO needless! Go to the polls on Tuesday, March 19th and cast your vote to banish liquor from Hempstead County. Twenty-two Arkansas counties are entirely free of legalized hard liquors, beer and wine. YOU can make Hempstead County free also! You can save wives and mothers .... and helpless children the agony of a drunkard's home, and ALL the misery, disgrace and want that families must suffer when liquor rules. POSITIVE PROOF of PROHIBITION BENEFITS Convictions for Drunkenness Municipal Court, Hope, Ark. 1931 With Prohibition .... 58 Convictions 1932 With Prohibition .... 81 Convictions 1933 With Prohibition .... 92 Convictions TOTAL 231 Convictions Average per Year... 77 Convictions 1941 With Open Saloons . . 727 Convictions 1942 With Open Saloons . . 684 Convictions 1943 With Open Saloons . . 354 Convictions 1944 With Open Saloons . . 407 Convictions 1945 With Open Saloons . . 528 Convictions TOTAL . . 2700 Convictions Average per Year .. 540 Convictions! OVER 7 TIMES AS MANY CONVICTIONS FOR DRUNKENNESS With Open Saloons! FURTHER PROOF That Prohibition Pays! In San Francisco, following V-J Day, there was a three-day Victory celebration. During the first two days all BEER, WHISKY and WINE JOINTS were closed, and there were no tragedies ... no outbursts of any kind. On the third day ALL .BOOZE JOINTS were wide open and doing business. During THAT day there were ten deaths, and six women were raped. Property damage was enormous. Positive Proof of Prohibition Benefits Harlan County, Kentucky, during a certain period of time WET, had FIFTY-SEVEN MURDERS. During the same length of time, after the County voted DRY, there were FOUR murders. VOTE DRY TUESDAY, MARCH 19th Mark Your Ballot as Shown Below " i '1 ! _ ( ' •I i ' A SALOON BAR A bar to Heaven, a door to hell; Whoever named it named it well. A bar to manliness and wealth; A door to want and broken health. A bar to honor, pride and fame, A door to sin and grief and shame. A bar to hope, a bar to prayer; A door to darkness and despair. A bar ro honored, useful life; A door to brawling, senseless strife.. A bar to all that's true and brave, A door to every drunkard's grave. A bar to joys that home*imparts; A door to tears and aching hearts, A bar to Heaven, a door to hell; Whoever named it named it well. SAVE THIS PAGE! It Shows You HOW TO VOTE SCRATCH OUT the TOP LINE ON YOU R BALLOT Dry Counties Not Penalized ATTORNEY GENERAL GUY WILLIAMS SAYS ... In His Letter of February 18,1946 to Mr. Clyde C. Coulter, Supt. f Anti-Saloon League: "We recently held, and are still of the opinion, that areas or counties which VOTE DRY by local option SHA^M NOT be penalized by having ANY State financial aid withheld on THAT account. Under Act 311 of '1945 " known as the STABILIZATION ACT, all funds now go into ONE general fund and then ALL participating accounts and agencies receive a fixed percentage of this fund without any provisions being made for deducting ANY amount on account of HOW A COUNTY MAY HAVE VOTED IN A LOCAL OPTION ELECTION.'" DRYS HAVE WON 22 OUT OF 25 COUNTY-WIDE LOCAL OPTION ELECTIONS. LET'S MAKE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY NO. 23! BE SURE TO VOTE DRY TUESDAY, MARCH 19th MARK YOUR BALLOT AS FOLLOWS — SCRATCH OUT THE TOP LINE OR SAil AGAINST THE MANUFACTURE OR SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS HEMPSTEAD COUNTY DRYS REMEMBER, IF YOU DONT VOTE, IT COUNTS FOR THE WETS FOR FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS, (ALL PHONES 494-847-47 —Paid Political Adv.

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