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HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS By Chick Young !! didn't tell him I ficti-Jht he wai lying A few minutes later ! was sureol il, TOO BAD. THAI WAKES ' JOB A RIT Bir-HCULT, ' ' nor/iv JOB, / MR.MCLCROFT. THE ' POLICE'S JOB. I HAPPEN/ AH.YB, TO BE INTERESTED / THE POLICE. BECAUSE I WAS WI1H ( WEIl, ANVTHIMO MR. STILL WHEN / I CAN DO TO \\ HE DIED. / HEIP...GOODBY, MRl FLINT HAVE A DRIVE, MISS Mficnon ^ DOPSM'T IT ? NOTHING COOLS ME 'LIKE AM ice-COLO LEMONADE ON A HOT DAY S1VE ME . >• A SIR <~ DADDV Or THE CISGRfSCEFUL EXHlBtTlON HE' ON IVS hS F.«VERS THE OPSERVATIOW WftRO ftT L05 LOCO HIGH IN THE ROCKIES.WfcSH ANP CAROL WWT FOR W<=KEE TO WIHP UP HIS BUSINESS PEAL IN 105 LOCO. IDEN K«>i<trr«I U. S Side Glances By Galbraith OurRM EVIER7 E.\\PLOYt AtW Ti\£ BOARD TH' BLASTEP FOG SFOILEI7 M:' Al.\\/ FULL KAM 'tM AMP FISMT \T OUT HAHP TO MNP !.' . TVVITT/ THEy= ANOTHER OVER.HAUUN' US ON TH' STARB'P QUARTER..' CLOSING- IM / r-r: *f^ K <MjprsK-JUi£ZL Kfc^Sw.r- •«£=• y,, F2OO,N\ U-ZO, SIR, ANP NOU'LL HA.VE TO , PM IN / VHW'S THE S.K? I'VE. 30 "It's nothing, officer, we've just goiie'n to we have our little tiffs in public now." /••^/•giSJSv. 6**H-^ COPR. 1M6 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T.'M'. fiEO. U. S. PAf. OFF. ^C4. )• ".Where can I 150? Wlial can I do? I'll he a social outcast rail summer without ballet slippers!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger unny Business HEADLIGHT ) I'M COMMA EEALLV HAS PLEMTV / fvVO MORE" OF ZIP. NUTTV / MISMT A9 WELL DO OUR GRAND OPEN IMG IfJ TVPICAL HOLLYWOOD ::. 17 STRETCH YOUR NECK A LITTLE MORE- HOWSA VACATION. Hi. DUCK ! WAVE YOU GOT THE 7 WE RE- ALL SET/ WE EVEv/ HAVE SAMPLE POUGHNUIS LIMED UP J WAX-PAPER CUFFS FOR DUNKERS FDR THE VISITORS '? ,—. .Cl, WHO SPiASH / ,'= TiV,= -\ VOU'KS ON Tn2 Ki&rt AHOIiNe , I CAN GO INTO \ TViC gsi.vs-'e.M-SAiK- ] Trte ANSVVSS...'.\^A" i AU'VS SLSIN56S,FUBMvH / HAVE IN MIND Wi; £,£• SVH;^ ZOOiNAMEKiCA / A LOT EASiEH TO WITH OR TAKE THE WITH YOU VfOL.e LCT j "So they can'l slaj» him on I In* Ijack -\vhcn he- shakes liaiuls—1 think ho's sitiihnrncxli" CORK. 134o BY.NEA SERVICE. IKC.,T. M. REG. i;. S, P AI,..Of£.. Thimble Theater HO, HO ! I 6U9.<=,S I <5PtU- OFF TH\<5> JOB, POPEVE, TH^-STORM JUST OVEK TALLAPOOSA// (_SO WHAT ??J r~" FOR VOU'Rt Sf.KlDiKjfo \o BE tV C\- f\ .K IAE QXA' 'c V tt/U V KEEP OP THE G-OOD V\)OVt;i.<,.,, THE KOS'i Ti-\t Mt UT! DOU'T KHOW/THL r tx| IJY PASSvVURu'A—-* Wll'i' CAW'T I GET WOT UWLESS Out Our Way By J, R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople 6IVE TH ' PASSWORD/ I SAID, HOVv/ V HE GOT V PORE { WELL. SHE'S \ MUCH? HE SAID \ THAT, TOO-- I SU&AR/ \ EXTEMDIK)' N A HUMDRED I HE'^ EX" / THE> BOTH ) HEC2 HOLDlM'S THOU SAM'--I J TENDlMG / MARRIED / TOO--BUT / SAID, SOLD/ \l HIS RAMCM \ MJLLIOMS, \ OM su&Afa.' ' THEM i WEMT \\ HOLDING.?, BUT THERE ) HE DASSM'T TO TH' PIPE 1\ ARESJ'T / SEEMS TO / SMOKE,DRlMK, VOU, < 3E A LITTLE N SWEAR.-- / IT'6 REAL CAVON CAS OOT AT ' , P^E^SO^A BEFO^OU COU& TKIS AG.B HARD FOR SEVERAL WEEKS- AMD NOW- CAR&O tH/XT VMA9 CLAMK^G GALLOP- l^ ) Kvi .-( i — fj./..' ., L -^1 — Hilte'l SWELL WILL HAX'E TO STOP S.T-NtE \ ./'TnZs') 1M -L 9-^.DrvE \ = , BUT I'/AAFRWO We n LL STOP ) i r"-\ T O A STOP •' ) FOR£ HE-DOES, SHERIFF." -,-' V ,S 7/' NO' DON"! SHOO-V G ecsviEi rAOST B£ THE FOREST PRlrAEVAL = LASSIFIED Mm. . a N «' T.ken Over the Phone $ are for Contlnu °"s Insertions Only YOU TBLL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" ROOMS For Sale or Trade oiisucepiig. Schooley's stor,. i hoi ^ __-!_L BABY liave them we will or, er them t»r you. Feeders Supply cd _ _____ ____ __ 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS, wTFKAT i''ii .sci';iicli, plenty c, rowinj. nnd I«yiii8 mash. J.' CL .,fc,-s Suppfy Co _ .. _____________ _ __ i 7-1 in TWO SMALL SADDI.Ic llORSFs" 1047 " " -—-. BOYS' P is 1 1 B AIT "FO r; SA i JK "ON DOUG- Jas s fjM-iii. .a ix, miles mirth f _]|opi; oii_ S_PG highway. "s.ol R.KOJSTKUED '''piGSrTo"l~BRi5 cjua Hy J. A. Coffee. Pol u. id Uiina I-nrm or Suttoii Livestock _ Commission. ig.(j{ CII1CAP, H);i7 " -' lwu blt «'ks S , . r' n Pllrtlt> " n Acl;l Struct. C. J,. J3iii-iip.s. 22-111 3 ROOM HOUSE, 2'A ACRES liintl. City wuter. J. ].,. L amb ', mile out on old 07 highway 'on F niton road. 24 'It Real Es^te for Sale W E 11A V E~TTlRE ^NICETl OM E"S and two farms for sale that are worlh invesliaaling. Sen Plovd Porterfiold. 20-Ot GROCERY STORE, GOOD HOUSE and |1 acres of land. $3,00(1. 10 / —_I1!_. visville '''Shway. 22-;tt TWO LOTS,To~BY""|7,b~KAClTON corner house under construction. w, |J J?, CU J 1 ' 01 " F:iir Pa ''k on West 7th. Apply 7l)!5 West Ave "• 211-31 HALF u-iick. Motor overhauled. 10 000 miles. In A-l condition. Can' b,. .seen at Frank Walters Garauo Uaymond Ross. 22 at E.'UiS'M CORN AND TOMATOES •i, P! n , Ilh ' 2 miles out on Lewis- vine highway. 22-3t J °'' N . O E E R KTR^CTORTiMOD iT, I. William E. Roardon, c/o b __Lloyd. RL .'1. Hope. • 23-Gt 1932 VONTfAC~COUPE. SEE~AT Bniuly ^ Sons, 3rd & Luui-nl. 23-31 For Rent NICE FRONT BEDROOM WITl private entrance Ui working coi pie or woman. Phone 129. 22-.' ; BEDROOM ADJOINING BATH C.enllcman only. Phone . r if)8-.I of tcr (i p.m. 1110 South Main St ' 23-3 Lost BROWN TORTISHJ'ILL PERSIAN female cat, has been spade £''«•" tyes and answers to name Missy.' If found notif- Mr. Fox at 1'ox I'ire Co. for $10 reward __and pair of nylon hose. 22-0 Notice TRADE HOUSE RENT FOR carpenter work and painting. A M - .Ret ig, Prcscott, Ark. Phone STAR!C NURSERY~AGENC"Y~NOW located at 400 South Elm St Phone 407. Place your orders now for fall shipment. Stock is limit- eel. l<riiit trees, grapes and shrubery. H. D. Coffman. 23-Gt Wonted to Buy GOOD MODEL~A PORnTTu: E _ Clifford Russell or call 7DO. 23-(if GIRLS' 2 be reasonable. Phon 741-W 24 -(it Found WHITE BULL YEARLING ABOUT "i monlh.s old. Taken up abaii! 2 weeks ago. Owner may have «iiiH! by paying for ad and care Lcroy llalfield, 4 miles out on Columbus road. 23-31 Help Wanted FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-HOOM HOUSE ON EAST I'ifteeiilh street, hardwood floors ot 50 x 150, excellent condition less than year old. EIGHT-ROOM MOUSE ON SOUTH M , <?l M ii( -', '"' allic venlllation, Must sell this week. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE JUST completed, hardwood floors mod- orn throughout, corner lot. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOST3R Avenue, newly papered, redecorated interior. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTON street. Price greatly reduced for quick sale. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Division street, newly papered landscaped. TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES ON West Fourth street, four block Inim business area, on pave ment, DUPLEX APARTMENT ON PAV ed street three blocks from business area, 6-room and 4-room apartments. Two baths. Smal clown payment, easy terms. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE and three and half acres on Hope-Washington highway three miles from town. Garage, water lights, gas, other improvements. TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS ON South Main, others in various parts of town. MORE THAN 60,000 ACRES Ol> good farm land located in Hemp stead and Nevada counties. Let Mr. Charley Baker show you these listings. Acreage ranges i?rio°r??ii? n i a rH larmB to plantations. FOSTER-ELLIS . . PHONE 221 23-31 5 T A *' HOPE, ARKANSAS Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. 9 -i ACRE FARM, 2',i MILES FROM City limits, one dwelling, one tenant house, two large barns, all fenced and cross fenced, electricity A bargain. See Floyd Porterfield. 85 ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tenant house, 25 acres Creek bottom, balance good up land, one mile from City limits. A real bargain. Floyd Porterfield. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, FURN- ished, 414 N. Hervey. Can give possession. See Floyd Porterfield. 24-61 MY EQUITTFOR SALEROOM house and bath, 50 by 150 lot Located 316 East 15th St. F j' Hartsfield, Phone 335-W. 24-31 Mattres? Renovating OR THE BEST IN GUARAN- leud work call Cobb's Matltress Co at 712 W. 4th. We call for •and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Wonted to Rent New York, July 23 -Owing the shooting war when Ihe vaunted "no strike" pledge of the bloated unioneers was being honored in the breach at the rate of about 75 strikes, big and little, each week, many Americans were naive enough to Ihink that when "the boys" came home they would somehow, clean house and sec to it tiiui the officials of unions which had been responsible for these strikes were discredited ancl climi- lid I nd. If it was true, as Paul McNult su ouen saiu in UIOSP days that every man-hour of work lost from production lor war meant a corresponding delay in the winning of me war and a corresponding Joss ol hie at the fronts, then it must pllow that the thousands of viola- ions of the "pledge," which never was a pledge but only a political itlerance, actually cost many lives n battle. Many a fighting man low dragging a sick and battered body through life or fumbling S i'n-f n SSl l " ' rilin his fin « crs l ° a mitully restricted number of tasks mist owe his condition to the ruth- cssness of men who called thou- »jnds of workers off their jobs, many of them against their will for petty causes, or warned conscientious Americans to take it The most dramatic example of Not S °4 ,?/,., doi '] g was revealed on Nov. 4, 19-u, at a hearing before a sub-committee of the House Com- JTr'HV? n" , N -? val Arfal r s illves li- gating the failure of production in nnMi' ' l " t n ol Ule . Br ewstcr Aeronautical Corporation which was manulacluring planes for the navy Brewster had failed horribly ami the management apparently deserved some share of the blame lie witness before the sub-committee on Nov. 4 called himself Thomas V. De Lorenzo and ad '"Uted that he had used »n half- cloven names" and that he was a o,!n a ! Ul V" , Jm P»ster with a police ecord which, later, was enlarged uy a conviction on a chariie of nssauh. He said he ha packed }'!-?,. Pnnm « of Thoma « Vincent De o, h ° U , °' u te 'ephone book n PP " rV because "it sounded Harry Po'snerf " ame ^ **«" Congressman Edward Herbert N ?w Orleans, brought out the t ,i ,r l • u ", der tho "democracy" , m» V"' le i d - Al { 10 Wol -l««' union. as practiced in Local 3B5, of which ?en. Ln n r r ell fh 0 WaS P rea| d«--nl. ten per cent of the membership consti- ceft -tf c ir' l "V', nd illal six '^r cent ot the whole membershin could call n strike at a meet P attended by a bare quorunT g Mr Hebert said: "You -ire ei- '".war production anr! V ot?r strike hours destroyed •« Terveft f f°T- When CapUln Wes- teivelt (of the navy) was on HIP h m d i l '!' ied to f aillt ^Picture o him to show where raids on production centers in Germany are •or the purpose of curbing produr lion and that those 33 planes which bp e r'n,h 01 P rodu «*d would have been the same as if the Luftwaffe vou in°T r ei ; p , hi "«>e]ph,-a with you in the lead plane. He agreed vith me that that was substantial y correct. Not .a German soldier'. ife was risked in destroying those 3 planes wmch you and ySur organ zation did. Did you ever make • statement like this: 'Our policy s not to win the war at any cost ie policy of our union is to wi •' he war without sacrificing too m«ch of the rights which we have at the present lime?" "Did you ever make this «filp "it'iH: 'if I ] UK | brothers nt tin front who needed tho ten or two vc Planes that wore sacrificed ' Hefner, Moore Lick Whiz Kids, Light Company In a free score game Moorp's Market defeated Hope Light Plnnt ,i l %'° ancl Jlefner-Nasli handed he Win/ Kids a 10-7 setback in last night's donbleheader at Kair park. The Softball league is idle tonight but will resume play Thursday. . Cobb-Tooley, first half winners journey to Camdcn for a return game tonight with Palmer's Grocery a team which defeated the ocals l-(l in the initial contest I he Palmer's outfit is leading the paper city loop. Boxscore;;; Moore Grocery Dehan, 2b B. Stratlon, ss Moore, 3b McClendon, Ib . Williams, p R. Lanclis, If .. Russell, rf Hale, e Miller, cf Hope Light • Messer, e Phillips, Ib Huckabee, 2b A. D. Malone, 3b F. Malone Martin Reddling C. Messer . . Chance 'Z.'.'.' Hefner-Nash J. Cook, ]f Coop, cf Slayton, ss . . Ellen, p Parson, c Fuller, 3b Harper, 2b Crane. 2b Russell, Ib Buncly, rf Whiz Kids Rogers, ss Albritlon, U .. Garrett, 3b . Wells, c '..'. Morton, Ib Reed, 2b Cobb, rf McCullough, rf .. Zumwalt, cf Cough, p 4 4 3 5 fi ii 4 5 4 40 18 7 3 2 1 ] 2 2 1 2 1 37 15 10 . 2 . 3 ... 2 .. 3 . 4 ... 3 .. 1 . 0 ... 3 .. 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 24 10 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 7 7 The Roman Empire, like that of Japan, was based on the belief that the emperor was a god, to whom his subjects were bound to do sacrifices. This Curious World By William Ferguson GHI[i,lUP> SAVE THIS fr.PE. BIRD FRO,v\ ) STANDING A\ORE THAN ( FOUR FEET TALL, THE i WHOOPfNG CRANE, , ( ONCE: NUMEROUS, NOW ) IS REPRESENTED BY ) LESS THAN 100 ( INDIVIDUALS. CCLSR, WHITE. WITH RED CROWN 4HD BLA^K £^eBs\\,V. \7 i^Sf^'vO:;,;^- TIPS. IF ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO 5EE ONE OF THESE BIRP5, N'OTIFY O.S.PET7INC-.ILL, CARLE TON COltf^E, NORTHRELD, AMNMtSOTA. i/ "I made that statement," said DC Lorenao who said this w-s hi * idea that "the boys" would take revenge on the unions or even oppose them in any effective or gaiu/..Uion, Walter P. Reuther who was elected president of the United Auto Workers last March was invited to address ihe recent convention of the American Veterans' Committee, Inc., in Des Momes. Mr. Reuther's remarks as quoted in- the Official Bulletin of the AVC, contain ;io reference to the strike record of his union in violation of the "no strike" pledge the Joss of production, Uie consequent deferment of VE and VJ days, the additional battle casualties ancl other suffering.; intiicted on the men whom he now had the composure to address as though he nad been their friend, or io me career and statements of De Lorenzo, instead, as the bulletin said, ie "joined a chorus of attacks by convention speakers on congressional actions and omissions in lational .legislation." Mr. Reuiner was cordially received and a group photograph vas published ol Him, Henry Wai- ANSWER: Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Bv Dick Turner "Bill, your honor, lhis mini is ,„„ m ll, c .«.,,,.v „, I OI|H , le ,,, inks Illustrating 'the fallacy of th HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER for Spring Hill School. Excel- .ilj lU "'- v ;, V interested call 22. Also High School En- gush teacher and Commercial teacher wanted. 20-31 WANTED STORE ~MANAGEH lor .automotive tire Supply Store Salary and bonus. Also lire salesman. Call 257 or 750-W Magnolia, Ark. 20-31 UNFURNISHED HOUSE OR apartment. Call Clarence Weakley at 73 or 768. jo-Qt PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Crabbe Bros. Piano Co ' 108 Suulh Elm. ' 24-6t To skin and exhaust the land" .-••11 r PS ,. . .., undermining ihe clays of our' children. ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • 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. _._ _ "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. Doug pi-TV Carl Bacon VI I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Painting Your Cor Is Our Business PAINT JO Let us give your car one of our super paint jobs. Finest quality paint, any color. Metal worx extra. Visit us for estimate on body or metal work. Work done by experts. Ray Turner William Kennedy HEFNER NASH CO. S ^ QTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTQMIRS" 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Arkansas Approved BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system installed by us. W. S. Chance Company Texarkana, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 -••»••! **.\,H1J )) UI" 1> ace, another honored speaiter, cans ind iM-anklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. docsn i. member of ihe National Plan. " img Committee of the AVC. Mr. Reuther's union adopted ' ' April "policy statement' ' 1 wmch repudiated his insistence* "- long and ' ' mp. y ei> mental General Motors strike last wmer that rates of pay for workers should be in proportion to the employers ability 10 pay That invited small operators and jess efficient operators to reduce dis o. of wages, which, of course, the union would not consider. Ttie alternative was the obliteration oi ihe small and less efficient plants am the creation of monopoly in UK hands 01 the Dig companies. Con fronted with this argument during hu smke, Mr. Reulher rcsortei to nimble footwork and later wWii U ,$!,, Jn tho "«»» Wendell Willkie's mention •campaign oratory." The "policy statement" con tamed a uirtner proposal, how ever, which illustrates ihe method ot tne war-time unioneers -'n iheii post-war courting ol ihe veterans wilnout reference 10 ihe reslric- .lons and persecutions inherent in .inioii government and discipline oi he disgraceful war-time record ot winch Ue Lorenzo's testimony is only a page in a blacu OOO'K of enormous oulk and ihe most cyni- In , r rhis is 1|1L> demand i'or bonuses ot not less than $101) nor nore than 3,500 lor Home-service veterans and from $500 to S-i 5110 or overseas veterans. The AVC ' ,V d , '° r e»"i'nc-e ihe .oonus the deception in that resolu- lon was nailed in a minority report which said that "the ;mpos- ible conditions attached to this esolution were included in the Ail'l .nowledge that they were impos- ' b , « tu fi'"' 11 - Wu MI-C opposed to ii g a club over Congress cor a id j-biig purpose such as ihis " The signiiicant point is that the nion movement. betravecl service men, causing the death nd injury of many, and profi- eercd and racketeered throughout he war, has met them at the eparation centers with open arms nd cries of "brother" and now as moved into the political posi- on of defender of thc-ir rights dur- ig their absence. And Mr. Reuth- r. who started the chain of oxulo- ions which set back reconversion p. far that new automobiles are Vri r rant .y and st 't i" motion ihe iflatun which has made so many e erans and others homeless, is ivitccl to address a group of veterans under left-wing leadership consisting largely of professional propagandists and to abuse Congress tor conditions directly traceable io ht °T" vf, 1 "!"-'- , He dld lhis without the slightest challenge as to his union s conduct in the war or its jesponsibiliiy iyr shortage and dis- ress among discharged veterans New York, July 24 —(/P>— You? I n give credit to'Ford Frick (who 0 ' ?• comc up with the P lan of esn't want it) or to Larrv Mac ro ^ arclln fi evel- J' h °mo run hitler ail who seldom refuses it) fm- i llld no "' nl I )ilt ' llor '» ™ National e "revolutionary" idea' of revis- ^T 1 "™" 1 ..9.L Wichi i«' Kus., with Or e form or baseball contracts you can agree with Frick -,h'at ' rc -,a Hie plan 'Must grownd' 'and pass on the credit to the Boston Braves lor bringing up the idea of player representation which will be u'iecl out .for the first time next week Major .league club owners have discussed contract for a diamond rim:. . . The rinu's donated by Bill Levitt of Wichita, will be presented immediately after completion of the feat Back in 1896 when Ed Delahanty socked four homers in one same, Chicago fans rewarded him with four boxes of chewing gum—and they waited until after ihe fourth before bunding out anything. One-Minute Sports Page Seems natural that ex-sailor -tony /ale should moan "Oh mv aching back.". . . And, of course, *—-•.. n i. >_ i AWI it ijood many years, but it wasn't until vhe Mexican League and American Baseball Guild stirred up ihe subject that they got away from leaving well enough alone. . .In June J-nck sent out a bulletin about contracts to National League club; owners; at the all-star aamp lu-irf .-•••• •' ° >m>- wuo i ers in the two leagues got To--ether r n , B , ; ', sul ;P r . ise ro1 ' Ro ^Y aftei and decided a small committee hSM bv llxlnc lm " ln hnlle " could work better. . . "That suggestion came /rom the AmericHii League, probably MacPhail," sa'ys Fnek. . . Meantime the Braves nad sent a players' committee vo confe Owner Lou Perini ern and the club owners lifted their idea to apply it to all clubs. The results, if any, remain to be seen. Times Do Change Ray Durnoiu, the semi-pro maes- Graziano figures its all a Rocky's wife was plan"' " for Rocky after ihe „ up ihe house they _-.„... „ year ago but Clever have occupied because the venants had no place to go. Zalc got in first with his surprise. . Waller Emo'-y former Walker Cupper :"rom Tulsa Okla., who had Lawson Little vhree down after three holes of Ihe 1935 amateur championship final, plans to try a comeback in uiis \i-ur .s amateur. He's 34 years old and ;just oul of the SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark The Black Widow spider's venom is ^six times as deadly as the cobra's, und 15 times us 'deadly as the rattlesnake's. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating ... Phone 259 Hope, Ark. RIDiNG HORSES Buggy Rides — Hay Rides i-njoy this Healtliful Snort HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2% miles out on Spring Hill road NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co, 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • 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 NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool Page Five Southern -Star Game Tonight Atlanta, .Inly 24 — f/pi—Slim Luis -\wmn. ace of the Chattanooga Pitching staff, will start for the Southern Association All-Slat-; in their uiittlo against the Atlanta Crackers tonight. The Chattanooga moundsman has a season record of 13 triumphs pfiainst six defeats for a .(534 rat- p ln , Hie wake of All-Star Manager Ben Nichoff's announcement came word from Birmingham that neilh- f , c c. Sallci 'fi<-'ld nor his team- m al f^ l ™.e.^? ul A b . c al > lc t° back- Because of Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following ag candidates subject to tha action of the Democrat^ primary elections this Sum. iner: Niehoff however, will bo able io "on Leo Twarcly of Nashville will M '; ll ;7 ° f ,*? obllc ' a »<l LcsVcr Willis ,of Memphis. Ci acker Manager Ki Ki Cuvler has four top-rate hurlers he "can '-•all on lor duly — Earl McGowan who has won 14 and lost 7; Forrest Thompson with a 5-3 record- Bill Ayers. who has lost only six of ^ games; and Shelby Kinney >vUh H victories and four defeats McGowan is slated io start Advance ticket sales indicate a record turnout of more than 16 000 voriT acl:ers ralc as slight :'a- The lineups: All-Stars CF Woolen .303 IB By am .2B9 3B Layne .379 LF Neill .382 RF -Bruno .351 . • - . • 2B Shilling .334 SS Flelias .202 C Chozen .2!13 P Aloma (13-li) Atlanta CF Gearhart .324 ' 2B Clock 346- L Foodman .387 3B Cieslak .303 RF Ellis .,101 IB Heller .253 C Ulisney .274 S S Hamner .312 P McGowan (14-7) The Standings Southern Association Club \v. Atlanta 04 Memphis '."' 57 Chal'noga '....'."". 54 Nashville 51 N. Orleans 53 Mobile 46 Birm'gham ...' -42 L. Rock , 38 American League Club \Vi» Boston ; 65 New York • '..'.'. 53 Detroit • 50 Wash'gton '....'.,.. 44 Cleveland '42 St. Louis 39 Chicago 35 Phila'phia 20 National League Club w. Brooklyn 53 St. Louis 53 Chicago ;.' 47 Cincinnati 41 Boston 42 New York .'.. 37 Phila'phia 35 Pittsburgh 34 L. Pet. 39 .631 .48 .543 46 .540 48 .520 50 .515 54 .460 59 .416 62 .3GO L. Pet. '26 .714 37 .589 37 .575 43 .506 ' 47 .472 fiO .438 53 .398 61 .299 L. Pet. 34 .609 34 .1509 38 .553 43 .488 46 .477 49 .430 47 .427 51 .400 DRY SCALP •lMO R E B FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH e Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop o Complete Paint Shop ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorn«y CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTOW 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 T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAi) 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 Z TALBOT FEILD, JR. . Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector ^ OTIS LANGSTON REMOVED FREE "' Within 40 Miles ', DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES " " Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) . Ji No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING, Gentry Printing C6. Phone 241 H 0 -p? ( Ark. ™^"^"M««^MH COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Hope Mafliress 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, ;n town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone T52 411 S. Ha*e! For SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. Time io 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 Hatters HUGH B. HALl, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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