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Ifili^L Ri*«rj}0 AUKANSAS > GOOD TO (SET HOME. AFTER A HARD DAY AT OFFICE 0ASWOOD, STOP IT/ PUTMECX?W.N< YOU THOUGHT IT^JX QH THAT WAS CUTE IN THE )( STUFF IS ALL MOVIES LAST T/l RIGHT IN THE NIGHT WHEN J V-, MOVIES T.HEHUS8AN- * ^ GREETED \r(j^ < HIS WIFE^V,^f|' Side Glances By Chick Young AROUND HERE ITS JUST A LOT OF NONSENSE r'- Ic \ [2 fuess Growl -never sleeps. ThatV I one reason, why he's so good ByGolbraith SHERLOCK =7 SUPPOSE YOU ENOUGH TO TELL HAPPENED AN YOU'RE HE '.fir,; HOW PWYtWft- 6 COM. 1»4f BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. H. ftE6. IE S. PAT. OFF.' MODEST MAI HENS Trademark KejIilsrM I'. S. I'almt O«i« •:-« Qi Af N«WlfntV/M "He was my favorite of all the he-men movie stars until \I read that he 1 could cook!" riinny Business M H.POC...THERE's A IOCOEO RICHER FROfA MJ. \i*,~ *.-•«,• •-•••! WITH A r'ET COM OF HIS'N. AN' UE!S DEM> SET ON HAVIN' YOU GOLD PLWE ^ . T£ETH DONT LET ANYONE LEAVE, MAGUIRE. YOU AND BANNOCK GET FVERYONH'S NAME, I'M GOING TO ASK A LOT OF QUESTIONS. f tHISMAN'sHAM6 " ' Wtft'6 SlfTiftS IN THAT 806TM WHEN HE TOOK OUT OF THAT WAITER WHO BROUGHT HIM COFFEE. SIR, ,, ctt , , ..,.„ HIS COfFEE,'MAYBE YOU fAll EX PLAIN HOW A DOSE OF CYANIDE ,OT INTO THE CUP GOLD PLATE ) McKEE TRftPPEP ON . .-IE ROOP, THE UNSfWORS MR.ISH RUNS AROUND TO •GET PERMISSION" FOR IE TO LEWS VIA DR. KAVS OFFICE. OON'T CHOUT AT I KNOW IT'S PLUMB , OH ( |T f AIN'T, !H* WACKY- AN 1 SO IS M'KEE! WEIL SEE' BUT WHEN HE GITS HIS \ ABOUT HEAD SET ON SOMETHIN' \ THAT! IT AIN'T SAFE TO REFUSE i , _„„., ™;..IT'5 YOUR OWN FUNERAL! BUT t'W WARNIN'YOUf IF A FAT OLE CODGE, . WITH PARK GLASSES SHOWS UP HERE \WITH A GOAT, YOU'P BUTTER BE READY ^—.—--——-i PER TROUBLE!/ / I'LL BE READY, ALL RIGHT! IF HE PARES SHOW UP , HERE, MISS KlUTZ By Hershberger ..v'Ci^i^" — >^ — VJ'*^ " /*-^u^-^r^ "If I had some flour, I'd make some cookies—if I had some sugar and some ^butter!" ~~ His Friends By Blosser Mm^W^ i~f x k —.. , - vv . ,». L..^^ i i nrsu/ MM7 ^^ DSH o^ UL V E *N W" CEr \l ~ • I DOUGHNUT ' v BUSINESS ? ' V Rl x^^-^N^A V^; PELTS//lii. OP 'BV\// L/DA/ TX= GUARPS.'MAKE FOR THE BOAT/' SE MILLIONAIRES ft AN" 'BLACK CXN'CAN Bl,S>y ',M AT SEA AFTER Tt," RJR-RAIP/ LEMME AT , n SCURVV SWAS/ "Who invited this surveyor into the foursome anyway?'" Popeye TAKe X LOOK. T^OSH/ADVANCE ,..._. AT THESE- . I ORDERS FOR. / COW, CREDENTIALS / ] MRS, KANE'S ,,—-/DOUGHNUTS / -' v -/YbuG'er . 5O MANY,, 7|t ORDERS? CCii. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE.. lNCi.Ts.M, BE! ^ -- -\ THIS- SAMPLE AND A GIFT OF GAB.' NOW COME ALONG WITH ME AND I'LL SHOW YOU HOW "E> GLORIFy A DOU5HNUT / Thimble Theater I YAM GONER PLY LIRE A WILD GOOSK" fDONT > TO MAKE A ( NOISE LIKE ONE, 7 SWEE'PEA// ,^—•-> a * Out Our Way PONT HONKf/rycoULDM .^1 • SUMPIN DAD3UMME9 /Tr r /^^WWIAT \ -^^scoy eor^ TW= SIGNAL.' HERE'S WHERE \vs cur THE FOG FOR THE PEGTEES-. AND SMITHi 9STTER BE REAPV WITH A LANTERN i FOR Of Qg cj-SSf' \\\ CAIJI- p I HAWDa \\v AMDsrboM-i VOLVRt DOG- ftHD~l V.OVS.' YOU MORt WftN t"OER '. TW\WK OF TKRT1 M 'HAH/ YOU THING MOVlW «IN TH' CEMETERY, * TOO--BUT IF " YOU AINJ'T SUPERSTITIOUS WHUT ARE VOU WALKIM' SO FACT FEa Mi THAT'S FINJE OF YOU.' GUY SHOWIM' ME UP—SO STEP UP A 4JLK3HT BIT OM TH' LINE H£RE; - FAT. wr» MODESTV -M tjufc i, ia& -J-T;. _3T-^-.;. By J, R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople HOLD IT/ TRPNELIMG' HOBO L.ISW.1 AMD YOU CHECK IN WITH A BOX- 1 CAR TRUNK IT CLACKS LlK6 1 A CRATE OF MEKICAN) >AfAR CAMMOMBA.LLS.' WHAT ARE yoa BRIM6ING, A PORTABLE BLAC /? NOME OF VOUR ESS/-«— ESArt>/. VOU'RE AS NOSY AS I AAKDVARK.S.I MUST SA,V/-~- \NELL, FOR OMCE: L'AA POTTING MS FOOT "DOVOM -*-< THE TRUMK GOES/ CftR LOOK LIKE )j AMVIL.TO SOFT- A CASEY ^( ENi UPTH5. ' 30NES ) V PAMCAKeS?, 5PECiAL? s_V\^f *4 V IK*' 'TW ** . PLUS TRUNK , EQUALS VA TON - YE'RE UWDER ARREST PER BAMK ROBBIW AW' MURDER.' SftV, WAVS SO I BUT VOU'Ut DONE 60 SVOtU. RND TBfc SRSV \S SO HOUR LATER, IN TiE SHERIFF'S OFFICE... GEE, SHERIFF/ I ALMOST ) TORGOT TO THAMK YOU / FOR FIUDIWG NELLIE.' I X^ WISH I HAD TH' MOWEY ^| TO PM YOU THE REWARD / LET IT BOTHER YOU, SIR OAKY- j tfO&WELL'ii £>;';^ A ALL GOODS ST-AMPTED DON'T WORi?y H c ^vVONIT GET AWAY " FfWM M£- • • • . / BOOTS S I KNOVO SOMEONE VOHO'tV. US. POO., VOU VOHO BROUGHT PtoOUT BOOTS' TO ROD \ SO, UlCt TO WtLP THt SOW ftVOD 1'V.V. -Y5EE, THERE WU2 AL50 A y REWARD PER BRIWGIN' IKI THEM BAWK ROBg£R5/ YT:R MOSS DO^E THAT, 50 I'LL COLLECT TH' REWARD DUE HER AN' WE KIN CALL IT SQUARE/ IN FACT, I'LL MAKE I'LL BET THE SHERIFF MADl: A GOOD DEAL OM THAT DEAL, UELLIE BUT I'D RATHER HAVE YOU BACK THAW ALL THE MOWEY THE WORLD/ log U. S. Pol. nfl. Af Nowi/trnruie* — i — O8X— If.OP'i ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED A- AMUU AtdASJM " stBeIn0 " lccDt 'y Before Publication •4- AH Want Ad, Ca.h In Advance . Not Taken Over the Phont Ot On* month . lie wort), mlnlinu* $J.7» Rales arc for Continuous Inaertlonj Only •THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale NICK BIG LIVE SHINERS. F. W Uinnee, til Southern Ice Plant Real Estate for Sale -^ _______ ..... ___ 3ViT HOME FOH S SALK, CAN BE soon after (i p.m. ROB West <lth Slrcct.Phone 149-VV. 3-2w 0 ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY PAPER- cd and painted. BO by 220 foot lot Inquire lit 201 South Washington. 0-Bt WHEEL CM ATaTDELUxiTsAM E as new. H. R. Redmon. Exper. J met 1 1 Station. Phono l-F-2. B-Gl FOUR ROOM nousK TND TWO lots locntecl in Phillips addition, directly behind Alex Purllc's hounc. See LoRoy Enstcrling after —'I-. 1 !! 1 "-' 9 ' Gt U If. A UT I F U 1 7 CHOW PUPPIES 2 vnunths old, 1 nine months old. Wade Warren, Phone 3!ifi. 0-fil in-ll OLDSMOBILE. , r ) PASSKN- ger sedan. Dorsey Belts, 1()07 South Fulton. May be SCLMI after (p-n n ' :)t LITTLE GIRLS' PINAFORES and sunsuils, sizes 2--1-0 years of sige. Little boys seersucker sun- suits. a;;e 2. 1012 Foster Avenue. Mr;;. R. L. Ponder, phone 0, r )!l-W. n-:u _ JERSEY COW WITH month, old calf, good milehcr. W. C. .lohnson, Blevins Rt. 1. 0-31 •ID ACRE FARM, GOOD SIX ROOM liuu.se. be.;uiUI'ul shade trees, good out houses and barn, 2 miles fioni court house on Spring Mill highway. Large stock pond, land grows hale and half cotton to acre. Some timber. See owner this week. W. H. Bryant next door to Melro.se church. l()-;it HOTHEAD SH10EP. MAR'ES.lvHJLES '•Ki paint colts, disc, turning plow, middle burster, harrow, 2 saddles 10 miles southeast of Hope on Bodcaw road. C. E. Crumplon, Km met, Ark. H)-3t 10,'il CHEVROLET TRUCK. GOOD tiros, fair condition. Jack Crumpton. Emmet, Ark. ]()-3t For Rent TlfREE ROOMS FURNISHED >for light housekeeping. Near Sehooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 10-31 TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- m-enj. No children. 20,'i Er<sl Ave. C. 10-St Wanted THREE OR FOUR ROOM UN- lurnished iinartment or house Phone 1112-W. J. H. Johnson. 8-Gt Renovating RiK TMK BKST IN OMARAN- teed work call Cobb's Mntltrcss Co. nt 712 VV. 4lh, We call for •and deliver. Phone 229-.T. 21-1 m Lost CNK (ifin-lO TtRF,. WHEEL, AND carrier. Lost July '1st. between Kalcon .;ind Hope. H. D. Cox, Bncknur, I Ark. 8-Cl Notice J'-'OR O1CN12RAL HAULING AND lonfi distiihcn moving, Call Goorge Carver, Phone 873. Hope, Ark. 11-lm Wanted to Buy STOVE. GRIDDLE AND WARM- iiH! closet for humburgor stiind. Phone 807. Ill South Main St. .* 10-31 POWER M.iirlin, SYRUP MILL. E, P. Washington, Ark. 10-Gt Notice GRAVE YARD WORKING. ROCKY Mound Cemetery. July Kith, dinner on Hie ground at Dyke Springs Bring tools, lets k"PO "omot"' - v decent for our loved ones. Conimitteeinen: H. uuinpns. ituti Campbell, Zan Bnteman, Norman ,O Taylor. u-Ul Services Offered POSSESSION AT ONCE. NEW modern five room house, corner lot, Reasonable price. C. B. Tyler. Terms. 9.31 NRW TWO ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, furnished, for. sale .nt o bargain. Lot size GO :x 210. One block off Main on Shover road. Also four lots. W. A. Uoy.iur. 1(KU !>3 ACRES OF LAND LYING along highways 18 and 4 about '/i mile west of Rosston, Ark. Ideal business location ut junction of two highways. Contains beautiful site for small lake. Some limber, mineral rights, gas and electricity' available. Near good school, aiid two churches. See Vera Phillips, Rosslon, Ark. 10-01 FOSTER-ELLIS DUPLEX APARTMENT ON PAV- ecl street three blocks from business area, (l-room and -l-room apartments, two baths. Part clown payment, monthly payments on balance. Quick sale, $5500. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE JUST completed, hardwood floors, modern throughout, corner lot. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOSTER Avenue, newly papered and re- decoruted interior. DUPLEX APARTMENT, GOOD condition, renting for $00 per month, $4,500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTON street, $2750. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY PA- pored, corner lot, 75x150, $4500. INVESTMENT PROPERTY: Three-unit apartment; bringing $90 per month, good condition. Make us an offer. Must sell. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Division, newly papered, landscaped, good condition. INVESTMENT PROPERTY: TWO 5-roorn houses on West Fourth street, four blocks from business area. On pavement. Take both for $5500. SMALL HOUSE. AND 4.81 ACRES of land on pav'ed Highway 07 between Hope and Missouri Pacific viaduct. Make-us an offer. SEVERAL NICE RESIDENTIAL lots in various parts of town. CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY in Shover Village Addition, exclusive Negro district. Few choice lots left. Can be brought on small down payment and monthly terms. FARM PROPERTY: TIMBER, lake farm on Blevins Highway. Modern five-room house, hardwood floors, electricity, good water. Two large tenant houses, large barn. Over 300 acres land. Priced for quick sale. MODERN . FIVE-ROOM HOUSE and three and half acres on Hope-Washington highway three miles from .town. Garage, servant house, water, lights, gas, other improvements. SIX-ROOM'HOUSE, TWO BARNS, garage, tool house, 70 acres good land, plenty of water, one mile south of Spring Hill. LET MR. CHARLEY BAKER show you our other farm listings in Hempstead and Nevada counties, ranging from 40 to 1,000 acres. FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 9-31 Bank Robbers Fail to Get Vault I WILL BEGIN SHORTHAND class Monday night, July 15th. Call HI11-.I. 10-31 SUPERSTITION The belief that a exit has nine Jives goes back to ancient Egyptian davs, when tlia cut-headed goddess, Pasht, was believed lo have nine lives, and a witch was {Bought to be able to take the lorni of ,n cat nine times. Booncville, July 9—(/P)—Burglars uiuumu me Cilizuns bank here last nitrht but failed to obtain any loot. | Employes reporting for work this morning discovered vhut bricks had been removed i'rom the vault covering but ihe thieves did not gain entrance to the vault. Police were unable xo determine how the bank had been entered. o Russia scientists have reported experimental growths of cotton in natural rose, lemon, brown and green colors. Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1046 By King Feature* Syndicate. in RIDING HORSES Rides — Hay Rides 1'Onjoy Ihis Jlcalllil'til Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2 1 /:: miles out on Spring Hill road Doug /"*|T"V r Carl Bacon Vn>l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 PINE GARDENS Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING • GOOD STEAKS * Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms OPEN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight Saturday Night MIjLTQK EASON. Ownicr New York,, July 9—All was quiet . the love-bower of Mr. and Mrs. -•corge Spelvin, Americans, until all of a sudden the old ladv let out n holler like you would have thought somebody hnd jabbed her with an ice pick and started running around the room squawking and muttering like crazy, and the old man he sat there with his bag open like a garage door, he was so startled, and then he said: 'dream girl," Mr. Spelvin said, 'what seems to ' be eating my ethereal,- •loolhesome' little • thrlp- pet, because I am so spiritually attuned lo your slightest moods that you cannot 'conceal from <rne that something has distimbed your inner serenity so you better tell your gallant knight and I will soothe your fret away." "You are positively psychic," Mrs. S. said, "and it is uncanny the way you can read my emotions and it is just like a girl cannot have any secrets from you, but anyway did you read where she said on the Fourth of July 'the maids from both her house and her son's house went off watch in the afternoon for a picnic so they combined and had a picnic of their own and cooked their own steaks OVPI; |h e charcoal drill and it was quite the best jneal they had in a long time and I seem lo recall wn used -to have a maid of ,oiir own once back in the evil days of yours but on this Fourth of July 1 spent the morning .doing Ihe! wash and the dam washing machine blew the front door off and then I had 1 0 sop 'it all ,up from' all over the kitchen floor and under the stove and do-It again by hand and there 1 am celebrating our glorious independence day and the dear old sacred heritage and so forth out in the patch hanging up the clothe and then the lousy—" "Mother," Mr. Spelvin said, "remember you are a lady." "Your infatuation deceives you, my hero," Mrs. Spelvin said, "because what I am is not any lady but a cook and wash-woman and a scullion and so then the lousy whirlygig that I am hanging out the clothes on why it has got a' kind of a knee in th€ shaft so you can fold it away and not mar the Sv'van beauty of our voluptuous 50-foot front estate and this dam knee decided to kneel down and so down goes the wash and then back into the sink for a third time and here she is talking about the maids, and not just one maid so long I would be bashful at a big society debauch on Park Avenue because 1 wouldn't know whether to call them 'your royal highness' or iusL madam' and when it comes' to cooking their dinner I would get nervous prostration hoping I am doing it just to their taste and her son, well he and the old man they trim old J.ohn Hartford for 200 gee's and Jesse Jones he winds up holding the poke for four grand but maids he has got just the same or anyway at least one maid, like she says, and that is just one hundred per cent more maids than Mr. and Mrs. G. Spelvin have had since old Hattie went off to make a patriotic sacrifice for the war effort at $78 6G a week, counting overtime, and that frowsy old bag didn't have the intelligence to fan hot soup and now she wants $150 a month to come back and her week-ends off and, of course, no washing and probably her brealcfas't in bed and I certainly wish your old grampaw was a hop smuggler in China instead of just a brakeman on the cotton belt and you had been an immortal champion of human freedom so me and o'ur poor boy Dummy, could run a grind keeping your memory green in the heart of mankind, like selling souvenir postcards and lectures and radio and writing the story of your life and then .maybe on Fourth of July I would let my maids have a half- day olf and we could .amuse ourselves by nlaying mumbledy-peg and I would cook you some quite the best steaks we have had in a Jong time instead of standing in a line from half past six in the morning and I am number 16 and when I get up. to the counter why that axe-murderer all he bus got 'or me is nope they ain't got oven ba- lonpy and we have been living on quite the best nopes in the market for more than a year now and if I ,do say it myself, we spare no I pains or expense in procuring the ilincst imported nopes from the far-flung markets of the world and l how would you like your nopes this evening, my Gallahad, i'ired au gratin or au nuts?' ' "Sweet, delicate petal from the heart ol a rose,' 'Mr. Spelvin said, I hope you will not forget your l station in life and remember that there are some who are born to .rule us and bring us the blessings of their benevolent wisdom like income taxes to buy locomotives lor the communists and aero- planes for Henry Morgenthau and shrines when they die instead of even paying their own upkeep for Cardinals Ready for Another Stretch Drive By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sportswrlter The St. Louis Cardinals, owners of more pennants and first division finishes than 'any other club in the National League during the past 20 years, appear ready to start another of their famous stretch drives as the second half of the major league season begins today. Trailing the cripnled Hrool'lvn Dodgers by -five games, the runner-up Red Birds enter the crucial stage 6f the flag race boasting a tive game winning streak. The New York Giants grapple with Manager Eddie Dyer's challenging crew under' the ARCS tonight while the Dodgers, hampered by the Iqs of Pee Wee Reese, tangle .-wi'th the defending champion Chicago Cubs in the windy city. The Cards, who have won eight pennants and wound un 17 l ! «-"is in the first division since 1925, have come from behind allf-r t'» i- ing in July to win four o f their pennants during the late suges ,ji the campaigns. The plight of the Dodgers i s dark for in addition to Ree^e. who is not counted on for'the Chicago or St. Louis, series, Hhe status of J J ete Reaser is in uoiitn. Reiser, who along with Reese and Dixie 'Walker nus ; been .'iigniy responsible Cor tH" Do'dfirs' 'nrp«>- cnt berth, is troubled with a shoulder separation. ; Other games in tKfc senior circuit today find the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Braves battling under the • lights at Crosley Field and the Pittsburgh Pirates playing host to the Philadelphia Phillies. The American League spotlight will be focused on the >fanKee Stadium where Bobby Feller of the Cleveland- Indians and Spud Chandler of the second place New York Yankees are slated to oppose each other in a night contest. The Boston Red Sox, seven-and- one-half games in front of the Yanks, are scheduled to meet ihe Detroit Tigers in the opener of an ll-day home stay. Boston hpo enioyed its greatest success at Fenway Park, winning j. M'1'ines and lying anotner in an contests including six straight wins over Steve O'Neill's world champion Tigers. Tihr> <3( Louis Browns engage the Athletics in Philadelphia aiu? u.c OUIV.-UBO White Sox meet the Senators under the lights in Washington as the final half o f baseball's postwar season gets under way. . .. Crackers Drop Fourth Game in a Row By The Associated Press The skidding Atlanta Crackers lost their fourth straight game last .night as the Mobile Bears walked off with a 5 to 2 decision, but the f'-ackor.s still were comfortably in the Southern Association lead by 82 percentage points. Chattanoooa defeated Little. Rock 9 to 3, and stetipert inln ser">vl place ahead of the Memphis winces, wno lost a tough one to Nashville, 2 to 1. :];,, In the circuit's other same, New Orlpans defeated Birmingham, 11 to 9, after uncorking a six-run splurge in the rim ot tne iwuiiui and halting a Baron barrage .at four runs in the home half of the fipnl extra irame. Atlanta called on four mounds- men in a futile attempt to stop the Bears, who got off to a nearly start with three markers in the iirst — enough to ice the game right there. At Chattanooga, the Lookouts' Junl9r Woolen connected for five hits in five trips to the plate, while righthanded Luis Aloma throw a seven-hitter at the Rocks in chalking un his twelfth victory of the campaign .against five losses. Leo Tsveardv slammed out a homer in the fifth to help his own rnusp in turning in his twelfth triumph. Twardy gave the Chicks only seven hits, while the Vols collected nine. New Orleans handed the Bar.ins their fifth consecutive defeat. The CARNIVAL Bv Diek Turner •''" COP». 1»M BY MEA rERVICE. tUC T M KtO. U. 9. PAT. OFF. ""What 'do you .'mean, you didn't see me? Did you think., this ..was just un old head -someone left lying here?" ;; This Curious Womi Bv William Ferauson HAS A DIAMETER ' •4S-4- TI/NAES THE DIAMETER OF THE Camden Defeats Local Team; 2 Games Tonight Errors proved fatal to Cobb- Tooley s softball team at Fair park last night and t'he visiting Camden Palmer Grocery team walked away with a 1-0 victory. • • Camden scored in the first inning as a result of two e'rrors. Each team was limited to a single hit Tonight's regular leage schedule brings together Stewarts and Hope Light Co. in the first game and Wylie against Cobb-Tooley in the rec- ond contest. Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the American Legion Junior team will play Malvern. The boxscore: Camden Benson, cf Glenn, ss .:.... Burnett, c Hicks, 3b Newton, If .: . Vaughn; P Kanney, 2b ...... B^chtelhermes, Sanders, cf Monis, Ib Cobb-Tooley R. White, ss B. White, If .; Ross, 3b Fountain, Ib .. Ferguson, p Finley. rf Russell, C Bell, of Tolleson; 2b' .. McKee, 2b ... rf AB . 3 ... 3 .. 3 ... 3 . 3 . 3 I.-'S .. 1 .. 1 H n o o o o n : o n o 24 -1 1 3 ....3 .... 3 .... 3 ... 2 ...:• 3 .:.,. 0 ... 2 .:.: i ... i n • o o .0 o '.o :-o •0 •o n 21 o A NEW GEYSER BURST I RECENTLY IN THE MIDDLE OF A T. M. REC. U. S, PAT. OFF. VV TRAIN GOES OVER AM UNDERPASS AND UNDER AN OVERPASS/' Says MILDRED WADE, Immigration Laws ' Botherinq British Girl Reno, Key., July 3 — (ff 1 )— Mrs. :.Tean Beschen, the 19-year-old Eng-. lish war bride who divorced former U. S. Lieutenant Harold Carbone and married U. S. Army Cnpt.' •Darrel Beschen last week, was; summoned before an immieraiion- officer today for determiniation .whether she should be deported for unlawful entry into this country. ' John Robb Clarke, attorney who secured her divorce for her, announced her new legal difficulties. . Clarke said Saturday that the Beschens had left for his army station at Shreveport, La., but- last night the attorney said both were in Reno awaiting the immigration hearing. I - . o— •' • 'As used in nautical terms, a knot is a speed of approximately 6080 feet an hour, or one nautical •mile an hour, and is not'a distance, as many people .believe. •'. INSURANCE at NOTICE Tilt-Rqy Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas • CLEAN 'EM * REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE. PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING SPORTS ROUNDUP -If luh 1 PitatMi Jr.- ti-"- "i-fivnvrn-d ""ft vou take mn and I am not beefing because I — e Ouea oil h.i j lor two years steady and washing vhe windows and drying the dishes and smack* ing up the beds with my loving help-meet or jockey for the vacuum, because willing hands make light work and that is our station and we are the common man and even if we did used to have a r":w) nlthoneh it rertainly did tax my ingenuity hiding my toddy 4ruin j.or, lust in the laundry hamper, then in the woodpile and under the back stairs, and used k> have steak ourselves and Sun- ri-iv evn roast beet' sometimes. Don't forget we have got those iuui I'rbcuuiiis and you remember we were nothing but slaves under Coolidge and Hoover and I can still sue the welts on my wrists where the chains were, so remember your place and never let me hear you speak enviously of your h t !|junurs no more. Just pretend like even if you haven't got n o maid the Elfs and Brownies d o your work." "I kneel at your feet, my wonder-man,' 'Mrs. Spelvin said ,"and beg you to overlook my rash in- ternm-rance. and now what about a tasty mess of imported Viennese pv.-a on me liall-sliell?" PIANOS Just Received — A Urge Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" t Looks like new * Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO, r,r . , Texqrksna'i Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 luchonon Avenue Texarkang, U. S. A, New York, July 1 1—(/P)— The moans about the $100, price for the recent Joe Louis-Billy 'Conn waltz apparently didn't disturb your Uncle Mike Jacobs one bit...The $30 lop he set. yesterday ior Louis vs- Tami Mauriello is just as big an, over-charge, considering ihe records and what you can expect... Tami is the best opponent available for Loujs if there has to be a September light. He can hit fairly hard (51 -knockouts in 77 fights) and never has been flattened, but he never had to lake the kind of punches that Joe dishes out... Mauriello runs a tavern in the Bronx (and his weight trouble comes from eating there, too.)...Louis is about lo' open a restaurant in Harlem....Why not have them meet in neutral teritory—say the back room of Tony Galento's New Jersey filling station, Going My Way. Alex Shultz of the Seatlle Times lolls about Ihe lime Ihe slar cen- ler fielder of Ihe Walla Walla slale penitentiary team turned up missing after being allowed outside the walls with a work party...An alarm \yunt oul and Ihe next day he was hauled off a truck hended frr Prmtland..."So you grabbed me," the guy snorted. "I was trying to gel io Mexico and play in the Mexican League," After observing the pro tennis championships at Forest Hills, Pels tied the score at 5-5 in the ninth and then ran wild in the twelfth. They made the most of nine hits and lour Baron bobbles. Tonight's Schedule: Mobile ut Atlanta New Orleans at Birmingham Little Rock at Chattanooga Memphis at Nashville. Davis cup Captain Waller Pate, who guided the stars in their amateur days, says they've slipped back because of lack of tourna- menl play... Cleaning The Cuff When Mose Simms decided on all while uniforms i'or his Okla- hr—na City university gridders next fall it wasn't a symbol of alhletic purity. "They show up better in pictures," he explained....Frank o^pjionhnck Jr.. star pitcher at the Kings Joinl Merchant Marine ticaderny, didn't return this semester. Neither did last year's besl r n 0 tlv'll hack, Stormy Pfohl, who is going back to Purdue Reading in me paper that Beau Jack received $10.B(39:2H for whipping Sammy Angotl, Chick Wergeles groaned: "Those millionaires will think I'm robbing Ihe kid. It was only $10,187.28." SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver • Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S ^-., 208 N. Ferguson Hatters Phone 76 The prudent man carries insurance. The careful man carries MUTUAL insurance. For Mutual insurance is offered to only owners of the better class of property, to people who are interested in preventing loss. As a result, losses have been less frequent, and that economy of Mutual operation makes it possible to return 20 percent savings in the form ^f dividends to policyholders. See Us and Save 20 percent on Your Insurance Cost! . Non-Assessable, serve. .Legal Re- FOSTER-ELLIS Mutual Agency Prompt Settlement of All Claims 108 East Second Phone 221 ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service REED Motor Co. 108 East Division St. • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Point Shop MECHANICS: Carl Jones and Frank Yarbraugh YOUR CREPIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co, Fpr better work at better prices— Old beds made new and new beds made too — Wo Call for and Pellver Anywhere One day servico i» town — Baro«ln« In Secondhand Furnltur* WORK Phone 152 41 IS. Ho»el Page Seven Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following at candidates subject to trw action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN BRUCE BENNETT OREN HARRIS 8th Judicial Circuit Fop Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON J. W, (BILL) PATTON-JR. PAT ROBINSON Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN 'DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON .-DR.-F. C.CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hempstead County'. For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer • MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK FRANK RIDER Tax Assessor C. COOK GARRETT WILLIS PINK W, TAYLOR For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER. ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For. Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector OTIS LANGSTON REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarrkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co, Phone 241 Hope, Ark. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phon» 1015-J We Specialise in MOTOR REWINDING WARWICK'S Electric Service 114 e. Third St. Hope, Ark :-<'i,.

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