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i ,1 ?ag« Four of ° C •• Up to IS ,;yi(i to 20 '. 21 to 25 i< 20 lo 30 t 31 to US ?/3fi to '10 i: .41 to <i5 ,-IG to no for you HOPE STAR, PC, ARKANSAS Chick Young Y I'M SORRV, MR. FLINT,-BUT 1 CAM'T IMAGINE WHV THE MURDERED MR. SlILl WAS CARRYING MY PICTURE. ANY OTMER QUESTIONS MR.fllHTl Y IT'S A PERTINENT QUESTION. YOU'll KNOW WHV A MINUTE. MY MOTHER DIED \ WHEN I WAS BORN >iORK MELCROFT IS NOT MY FATHER, i-ss.- « HAVE YOU GOT WHAT YOU i \ t; WANTED ? / \ '/ X MURDER THAT STILL NOW, WHO TOOK IT ? PUT IT RIGHT HERE ON THE SOFA WHAT ARE MOU CONG WITH MV NEW SWIMMING SUIT ON MDLJR _ (\\RITIN3 DESK? IN REASONABLY GOOD HEALTH. SPOKE ABOUT WAS 20 YEARS AGO. BV WAY, YOU DON'T RESEMBLE YOUR FATHER IN THE LEAST. YOU MUST TAKE AFTER YOU* MOTHER. WAIT A MINUTE, k TOOTSlE-I WANT ) TO SHOW YOU MY ) NEW ~-.~^ ro LOVE TO SEE MB. WAODY TELLS ME TWT WR.TURSS BROUGHT VOU' LOS LOCO FOR OBSERVATION 11 ON THE PHONE, Trig SHERIFF WR.TUE.B5 BROUGHT VOU TO \ / OF BURNTFORK HELLO* 1 DOCTOR, I'M CALLING SHERIfW \ TO INQUIRE ABOUT PR. WADDLE j IVN INSANE RM4CHER SPEWING! / HWAED (A<GEE, WHO'S WSSING FROM THIS COUNTS' REUMWES WERE TAKING HlfA TO VOUR HOSPlTftLWHE FROtA THEM. THEV FIGURED HE'D HEAD FOR HOME, AND SEARCHED THE ROAD ALL THE VJWf BUT HPWEN'T FOUND HIDE OR HAIR OF MfA. I THOUGHT SOIAE- • TURNEDHIMIN .. _ ; ALL RIGHTi IN THIS VERY HOSPITAL TH.WV0U — WIMOV'S CALLlWHAT SUPERB MODEST M \MU;\S Side Glances By Galbraith I WAS HALF PR3WNPEP AN' VOU NEVER GAVE/MS 1 NO FIRST AIP/S..SA-AV... WHO IS THAT CHEESECLOTH T'S 1ME AWN VOU LEFT AEOAKP THE HALEK/... ANP MOW PIP YOU KNOW. COKCHY WAS PEAP ?!? = GUY PIPM'T KNOW H P BET HE WAS THAT HY S\\ITH SWAB NO, MADAAA . . >) J OH, HO\V AAV SYSTEM /(ORIGIN A.U I REQUIRES NO WILL- POWER PROM THE PATIENT ! CR.D. DUCK. REDUCING SPECIALIST COOPERATE "Look, Miss, this is the atomic age, isn't it?— Well_that's_an atomic ice creamjoda!" CdPR. 1M< BY HEA S6RVICE. IMC. T. M. EEC. U. S. PAT. Off "My congrats to all the members for settling tlie issue of .capital and labor—at the next meeting we'll select the s most rnmanfip Innrlinrt man in tlin i>^/-nr;no I*' 1 Freckles and His Friends By Blosser •. leadina man in the movies! 7'flnnv Business By Hershberger --AND THEM WE AW- GOT TOGETHER AND DECIDED TO BUILD vou A THAT'S HOW IT NOTHING _ HAPPENED SVHOLE HENRIETTA LOVES LOVES HEMP BETTER PULL TME LISHT SWITCH AGAIN , BUCK, ANP POUSE THE- LIGHTS / I TUIMK MRS. KANE WOULD LIKE To SHED A TEAR. OR. Two IN PRIVATE / ooo; r ef^>', I WELL; MY /"NO NEED o~ HEC. \ OH. BUOTHEE, is "> AND I'M STILL &OIN3 DOWN: POP IN TH' KISSEB ^fJ \ \VHI?.N SHE GETS Thimble Theater •- ]-:••- . . -:.•••• THEY SEEMS \ OSCAR TRIED TO CHEEK HER LET ME TRY TO BE SUMPIN POPEYE, / CAW i i A f. ' i r ~~\ JttP, VVt .-r-- , "T ft\-K\W' ^ ' • w • " I (\c~\ MORE up 1 , ft^y fit,TOO-i vvt UP OUR CONTAGIOUS r ABOUT IT OLIVE HAS SOT BE QUITE A , 5UN&EAM OKAY, OF WNt \ HOW CftN GftOVONi-UP OOK>'T \.OOl< GROWN-UP? Lll\LA O • MELANKONKUS Out Our Way ByJ.R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople BR-R-RR/ WOT ME" IT'S TOO r COLD/ m,>, NO, HE'LL BE A \ WRECK 6OOM--IF ) HE JUMPS. EVERY I TIME A "DOG / BAEtiS, A COW < BAWLS, A HEM \ CACKLES, A COY- J OTE HOWLS, A < R.USTY HIM&E \ ^SQUEAKS — WHOAP.' MY HOSS STEPPED OM TH' POG.' PORE SUGAR, HE THOUGHT IT WAS HIS WIFE VELUM 1 AT \t.V HIM.--A RAMCH IS WO PLACE "WE M 60 AV4EAD, HE WAMTSA RftSSLE YOO, \X SRAPPLE ^mffij wiS HE DOl^T CURDLE }A AH-UM, MV WORD, HOOT/ "SUPPOSED APPUV 6O(V\£ HOLD VEXES COULDM'T THIS HELD OM.ER. TILL TOMORROW f UP ON VOO —• VAE6 AS FRlElvJDLV A<=> AM Li^ERAKER. MAKING SICI< CALLS, BUT ^ VOO CROSS HIM. VOLS'R£ PRETTY CLOSE TO A CLOP OM LIKE TO BECOME- A PLATE QF COLE SLAW / "IHEVVE GOT A,ROPE.'; THEY'RE COIN 1 TO-*. HYNCHME,' *: >,- T B05WELL -• TURN HIM OVER OXlRCUS PEOPLE) / THEY'VE GOT CMCGT 15 CCWTO MEET,_i-^ I WlTri'Ef-\.' US, RYDER-' J P—TwV LIKE lS).ONkT WORRY ASOUT LlKlES rr ysEP TO BE MUSIC ^ J.R.WILLIAMS.*7.3, KtK. <>4t H «A unm, IHC T. M. «0 U I PAT. all. 7-J/ TO PLPlV ROUGH — CLASSIFIED HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS .00 .7,-) .no Ul!> 1.20 i !hb f,----. ".-i. One®-* Days Days Month l.fiO 4.fiO Bc '° re 1.20 i.'ao 2.10 2/10 2.70 3.0(1 1 2.00 2.50 3.00 •lib'o '(.SO 5.00 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rales are for Coni'imiolis Insurious Only ! M", ^n'V Acls Cash '" Advance •• Nol Taken Over the Phone Real Estate for Sale For Sale B'ABY CHICKS, IF WE DON'T we , w'» order them Feeders Supply Co 17-lm .COHN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT hen scratch, plenty growing and .laying mash. Feeders Suppfy C'o 17-lm WHITE HOCK FKYERS. JULIA Uonrk lit old C.C.C. camp, Hope Kt. 1. 27 . 3 i 17 MONTH OLD JERSEY BULL 1 inilu north of Columbus rond, and '/i mile Rasl off Washington _ __Lj! oa Roy Sl "' le s. 27-3t AC~RES OF HARDWOOD~TIM~- ber on Bois D' Arc Creek neur Spring Hill. R. W. Wylie, Emmet Ark. 27-Gt UODE PANEL TRUCK, 1942 MO• del. For sule or trade on house and lot or passenger c»ir See owner at 400 South Ferguson St. 27-31. ( CH1FFEROBE, GOOD CONDI,/• lion, two mirrors, lots of drawer >-..i .space. Phone 278-W. 29-31 USED WHITE ENAMEL fc' W00(;1 range with warming clos- 'IP 1 !mcl uxll "» large reservoir, $50. Mrs.How.arcl Collier, Shov- _ Springs.— 29-lit f-BABY BUC!GY~LIKE NEW USED Jislnng rod and reel. Photia 014-J. CHEAP 1H37 CHEVROLET SEDAN, good rubber, two blocks nor'h of Alex Purlle's on Ada Street. C L. Barnes. . 30-61 , FARM ' 2 'City limits, one dwelling, one tenant, house, two large barns, all fenced and cross fenced elec- Irlcity A bargain. See Floyd Por- lei'iield. 85 ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tenant house, 25 acres Creek bottom, balance good up land, one mile from City limits. A real bargain. Floyd Porterficld. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, FURN- ished, 414 N. Hervoy. Can give possession. See Floyd Porterfield 24-01 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pcgler Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE large lot. Bargain, cash ON - —- d- . — .. —'«. 43*1111, i, liajl (J|_ terms. Apply 1011 W. 7th. 26-Ot WE ARK STILL IN THE REAL fcslnte business. Selling when the prices are within reason. Laying oft when they are not. Our knowledge of true values is proven by our satisfied customers over a long period of time. C. B. Tyler liscensed real estate broker 119 Cotton Row. 27-31 TWO 50 BY. 145 FOOT LOTS, NO jiSA and 20A fronting east on highway 4 about two blocks off •highway (57. .House numbers in front of each lot. Will be lots of building done.out there soon. SOP them and phone Albert Boswelj at 9H4, Hope, Ark. ;JI-<H. Lost TWO NO. 4. RATION BOOKS. RE- wurd for return to Sarah kins."505) East 7th St. Ran- Wanted to Buy GIRLS' 24 INCH BICYCLE. MUST be reasonable. Phone 741-W 24-Gt Copyright 1946 By King Features Syndicate New York, July 31 — One day on old Tom Upton's steam Ark, Vic- lenieo followed the ghosting race between his shamrock and the American resolute, tow- Mattress Renovating ONE G EYE WOOD RANGE. IN , good condition. See Kldred"e Foi mby. Patmos, Ark. 3G-(Jt DELAVA SEPARATOR AND home comfort range. Both in good condition. Mrs. Walter .. Jones. Hope, Route 1, Box 158 31-IH 1 POWER HAY PRESS AND GAS- oline engine. 1 mowing machine 1 good saddle horse, eight years old. Robert LnGrono. 31-3t Lost LADIES BLUE AND RED BILL( fold containing two $20 bills. Lost in (own Saturday morning. Reward for return to Hope Star or to Mrs. J. T. Vines, Emmet, Kt 1 29-31 ENGAGEMENT AND' WEDDING , rin.t' sot in box. Lost Tuesday at Dad's Hamburger .Stand. $10 reward for return to Hamburger FOR THE BEST IN GUARAN teed work call Cobb's Matures Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call fo and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Help Wanted PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY Ilv person at Crabbe Bros. Piano Co 108 South Elm. 24-0 AN EXPERIENCED COOK. $]( per week. Apply in person. 501 North Hervey. 31.3 Notice LESPEDEZA, JOHNSON GRASS clover hay. Cut on shares. Yoi take 2/3. I take one third, or yiu cut it for-10c a bale. Foy Hani iTions, Telephone 34-J-12. 30-Ot FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand and gravel, See Hanson Rothwell, Phone 557-J, 009 North Main St. . 3i. 3i PAINTING SIGNS AND OUTDOOR advertising. We paint anything Cars painted, Porch and lawn furniture. V. Maxwell. Phone J108-W. 520 : West Division. 3l'-3t For Sale 11 fit; I 31-31 i SLIGHTLY USED BOYS BICYCLE with extras Fred Harlsfield, 1008 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 West Ave. B. 313t Wanted to Rent FURNISHED HOUSE OR APART- ment, Permanent. Call M R Shook at Cook's White SUir Laundry. 3u Ot For Rent THREE ROOMS FURNISHED for light housekeeping. Near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 17-tf TO COUPLE, THREE ROOM FUR- nished cottage. See Mrs. J. B Ellen at Boswell's store or phone 2-F-2 after 6 p.m. 27-3t THREE ROOM AND B,ATH A- partmenl. Modern in everyWIY 1002 East Third St. Phone 5d8-J.' Mrs. David Davis. 20-31 MODERN MOHAMMED Barenl, B. C.,. July 31 —(/P)—For .5 years a mountain has obstructed storekeeper William Kask's view of an ocean inlet. Kask decided to move the mountain, or at least part of it. He hired « bulldozer at £15 an hour to cut .JO leet otf a rise, and if he can buy the whole hill he plants to whittle otf a 30-ioot slice 1,300 feet lona and 200 feel wide. "It'll be worth it," he said. er planted his elbows on the rail alongside Lord DeWar, the Scott and said, "I think we ought to-be betler acquainted because I am a bis whiskey man mvself." "and what whiskey do you make?" "Mnke" then hollered, "lord, lord, I don't make it. I drink it." And I am a big railroad man, too, because I ride railroads and, thus qualified, I would like to brandy words with Robert Youiif* the chairman of the board of the Chesapeake and Ohio, who has started another of his publicity campaigns to modernize railroad practice and equipment. At that. I am almost a much a railroad man as Young becouse he is no up-from-under brakeman or dispatcher or a stock broker and I hope he won't mind my saying that in the newspaper business is prefer newspapermen to rich grocers and renovated playboys as DUblishers, and in the railroad business, railroad men to promoters and. lawyers. I like that kind of railroad executive who can ride along in his work car with a spotlight playing on the track at. night and detect little things with the expert, naked eye that might cause trouble and a banker's eye for that .would be no smarter than mine. Mr. Young is a pretty good propagandist because, starting last winter, ho raised such a ro c v with his newspaper ads that the big lines were forced t o run cars Win Gives Bums 3!/2 Game Lead in National By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sports Writer) Leo Durocher's Brooklyns are riding high today, bouncing along on a 3 1-2 game load'.With Howie Pol el, tho.besfSt. Louis Cardinal hurler, out of the:;way'. When Lippy Leo's dandies clumped Pollet in last night's aeries opener, 2-1, they • struck a mighty blow in defense of their world series aspirations.' Rube Melton, Durocher's long shot storting choice, got home with us first win of the season although lie needed bullpen help from dc pendable Hank Behrman the series of ads probably will the attention of the Supremo through from coast to coast for the first time in history, with the exceptions of military trains and the campaign specials of some presidential nominees. Now lie and some friends are trying to break the decision of a special court which decided that the Pullman company should be sold to a group of railroads and the Department of Justice, for some reason, probably political, is appealing the case to the Supreme court in_ his Interest. The new will catch — .....,_..*.,_... w » mv. tjujji'onio court and I have no reason to think that would break Mr. Young's hearl, either, because he and his business associates want to buy the operating company and make a dollar. It is a form of picketing a'lopled from the propaganda campaigns in favor of Harry Bridges when ins deportation case was on appeal, and while a normal Supreme court might be impervious to such noise this one might turn on something that one of those panoplied W. P. A. clients and precinct committeemen heard in a night club from someone like Murray Gars"in. Mr .Young's first .ad calls the standard Pullman sleeper a "rolling tenement" and the boy has got something there but when 'he seems to advocate "n e \v lightweight stream-liners" I call him outside. I agree that the old pullman design is archaic and that misery s built in immovable and irrevocable. There may have been an improvement on the sit-up cars „.-•;-- again, as is the custom in Flalbush, Dixie Walker provided the base hit that put the Brooks in the ball game, his seventh-inning single through Whiley Kurow- SKI at third base converting Pee Wee Reese's triple into the lying - 7n, H.I.MC niiij me IVJIIK score .Then Carl Furillo, a paid up .member of the .Rickey Youth Society, bounced a ground rules double mlo Ihe left field seals lo apply Ihe clincher. Chicago lost ground in the race by bowing lo the New York Gianls A-l, on pinch hitler Goody Rosen's single with the bases loaded in the ninth. It was the fourth time the Oilmen had lopped Ihe Cubs in 16 meetings, Junior Thompson takiiig the decision over Bob Chbmah! another reliefer. As a result the Bruins trail (he Dodgers by 1 f-2 lengths. ;.. 11 'Schoolboy Rowe chalked up his IHh triumph for the Phillies ovef Cincinnati, 8-4, wilh Andy Semi- nick s bat booming for four hits including a three-run homer. Del c-nnis also clouted a home run off Johnny Yonder Meer. A scheduled Pittsburgh-Boston night game was postponed because of rain Interest in the American'League turned lo the second place battle between the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers as Ihe Boston Red Sox increased their lead to 12 \~ n g , ames b y blanking Cleveland. 4-0. Dave Ferriss rack up No. 17 on a three-hit verdict over Steve ? r °'?«^- K Teddy Willia ms cracked his 28th homer and Glen Russel '«.fourth in the Sox' 70th -.-.-in. Virgil Trucks fanned 13 Yank & (N ARIZONA ) NEW MEXICO, ; LARfrE, AREAS ) ARE BEIN6 RESIDED ) BY DROPPING,\\ILLION$ ) Of SEED-BOMBS ) FROM AIRPLANES/ ) THE ; BOUBS, WHICH S- BURY TH EMS-ELVES _( ON-STRIKING THE "( EARTH, CONTAIM 1 ' ' GRASS SE'EP, J 'FERTILIZER* AMD S RODENT REPELLENT. Q <£> O S> COCK. 1*40 B) N« UBHCC INC I. M. Hfo. U. S. PAT. OFF. SPENDS SEVENTEEN YEARS AS BUT ONLY /" AS AN ADULT. DINOSAURS DIED HC>W MANY YEARS A£O ? IO,OOO n 60,000,000 je-0,000 0300,000,000 7-Z7 .ANSWER:^Sixty_million years, according to most estimates. CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner earning his 12th a succes, G- V~ T—-..»,..1 un n 1C OIL'KLJ UU IS when they came along in the fifl- es with birds and flowers painted on liie doors and lace doilies under .he soittoons but the nracticp of slacking people on shelves behind curtains should have expired about if)00. There am several new designs which would carry the same payload in privacy and greater comfort, although anyone who bulks a steel house tearing along 1 at 90 miles an hour can ever be as ileasant as his own bedroom is ust n fool, and one of the reasons vhy peoolo aren't riding in the new models now is the C. I. O vith its strikes since the war en- led. They can't got enough steel ir copper or eleclricical equipment and I don't think Young cai ither, for all his talk. wp,, l ronj 39831. Four basers by Tommj Henrick, Charley Keller and Aaroi Robinson kept the New Yorkers ii the ball game. The Bengals nov Yanks °" e g8me behilld th( Jeff Heath's home run blast will Uvo mates on gave St. Louis a G-5 edge over Washington in 11 innings and a victory for Stan Ferens over conte"? retti in a ^ee-hlttin .Philadelphia chased Frank Pa pish with a six-run seventh inning to down the White Sox, 9-2. Sam uiapman s round tripper with two on was the big blow that boomed Lnicago. The stream-liner and. the lightweight car are fakes as far as the C °'° rt Sers. fake, The period, resistance on „ — ...^ passen streamliner is a because Hie air a square car is A« Y : ;rV " ' u anuiire car is so little more than that of cars with curved ends, linked together at the vestibules like sausage, that eal - Legal Notice 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. ^Painting Your Cor Is Our Business PAINT JOB $55 Let us give your car one of our super paint jobs. Finest quality paint, any color. Metal work extra. Visit us for estimate on body or metal work. Work done by experts. Ray Turner William Kennedy HEFNER NASH CO. ,. OVR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 *• _3rJ_. Byron Hefner Phone 442 PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 38 SUBMITTED BY FIFTY-FIFTH GENERAL, ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, a majority of all the members elected to oach House agreeing thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That Amendment No. 3 of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas be amended to read as follows: The county courts of the State in their respective counties together with a majority of the justices of the peace of such county, in addition to the amount of county tax allowed to be levied, shall have the power to levy not exceeding ten mills on the dollar on all taxable property of 1 ' their respective counties, which shall be known as the county road tax, and when collected shall be used in the respective counties for the purpose of making and repairing public roads and bridges of the respective counties, and for no other purpose, and shall be collected in United States currency or county warrants legally drawn on such road tax fund if a majority of the qualified electors of such county shall have voted public road tax at the general election for State and county officers preceding such levy at such election. Filed in the office of Secretary of State on the 20th day of March 1945. Witness my hand and seal of office on this the 25th day of February, 1940. C. G. HALL, Secretary of State Muy 8. 15. 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 26. July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. Aug. 7. 14 4i "• J8> 25< Oct - 2 - . makes no apprec- difference to anyone, including the stockholders. You can't stream-lining makes no apnreci- a. id that fatal defect defeats the whole idea, a though the customers do like novelties and this one and the silvery exterior gave them the simple pleasure thai a chid gels from a red wagon How can the color of the car on Ihc outside or its external lines possible affect the passenger's oil ?•> ancl com£or t one way or an- The lightweight car is less stable at high speeds and on curves for he same reason that a little aulo- mobile can't hold the road under conditions that a big, heavy machine meets without the slightest I crossed from Los Angles to Chicago on a pre-war Su- fierchief and I tell you that was an adventure. The dishes slid all over . the . ta^e? and my waiter told me th.it on his last trip practically everything in the diner went to the iloor at one point where the engineer played crack-the-whip. You had to grab holds walking through the train and at night I recalled a channel crossing when we had to strap ourselves into our bunks but 1 lound no strap in my roomette ins was that light equipment thai Mr. Young speaks of. A passenger doesn't care whether the railroad company saves money on fuel by substituting light materials and construction for good, heavy steel and old basic design. That is the company s worry and the economy on aiel probably can't be assessed and shared with the customer and wouldn t be worlh the discomfort and extra risk if it could be On a trip up from San Diego to Los Angeles a friend of mine said he and all the rest of the observa lion car were tumbled all over the place on a curve. Arriving in Los Angeles, they sel up a nowl and the driver said he hadn't done anytime unusual and was surprised to hear what had happened Another train, containing both light and heavy ears, hit a curve too fast going into California from Arizona during the war and wound up in a terrible crash with a lot ot passengers dead. We don't often remember to look up the I C C reports on these wrecks but I re, c , ai thua t in this case the story was that the engineer took (he train jnto the curve at normal speed i'or heavy equipment and slewed most of it down a bank. So, agreeing with Mr. Young t ? at " 1 ? st of the old pullmans should be retired in favor of more comfortable arrangements, I hold that the mania for airplane speeds on railroads is a menace, the gea e as weight j s discaded and tulile, anyway. And I will top Mr \oungs poposals with another of my own. That is lo retire a lot of very old. men now serving as engineers and train conductors and rearrange ihe system of .promotion which holds back good rail- •oad men until their has marks pass their elbows and risks the ives of the people in the hands of creaking ancients who get tired and don't react as quickly as •oung men. i-. .n? 8k , C i d him Wh , at P^S™ 1 " he w «s listening to, he said, Oh, the same old program—wash the basement, beat the rugs and so on'!" SPORTS ROUNDUP By SID FEDER Pinch-Hitting for Hugh Fullerton New York, July 31 —(/P)— Mrs. Barney Dreyfuss' asking price for lie Pittsburgh Pirates in supposed n be 2,500,000...and the New own- . s- rs must John Hancock a long- erm front office contract for Bill Senswanger... Wonder what ever appened to Bing Crosby's plan o buy the Bucs...'twas a good tory r the way Bine—put it, any- va,y...rhe corn-tassell smarlies see next week's Hambletonian as a wide-open taffy pull, with Chester- lowh Viclory Song, Weslfield Girl and.Deanna all figuring to be there or thereabout at the payoff window.;..Today's history lesson: Penn Mate's Bob Higgins and Indiana's Bo McMillin are the only 1919 All- Americas still coaching college football... Dis-A And Dat-A Our Hughie Fullerlon tabbed —• "• -»v t ^mi_. A viuui njn LilUOUC George Hamer as a golf "comer" when he saw him in the NCAA so the Georgia gee-whizx.er went put and beat Frank Stranahan and the rest of them in the amateur side ot the All-America circus at Uucago over the week end. The SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds _Phone 113-J Hope. Ark BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing * Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. RIDING HORSES Buggy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddle; for sale PERRY MOSES 2% mile* out on Spring Hill ro«d New York Black' Yankees who lost a Sunday date in Yankee stadium June 10 because the Louis-Conn i'lght seats were in the way, make up for it tomorrow night w*°n 40- year-old Satch Paige pitches lor the Kansas City Monarchs against the Black Yankees in the stadium's first arc-light Negro tussle... Notes To You Don't be surprised to look up some morning and see a triple brother act elbowing for the Braves...Mori Cooper's kid brother, Sammy, who quit the Harry James dance band, is flipping for Leuvenworlh, a Brave farm, now... and Brother im recently joined the same outfit...Here it is still i week to go to the 194G Humble- toman ,and already some of the LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkaria, 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 ..?y_5f^'!!i95? ^®r9 u ?p n El Dorado Team to Play Lion Oil Tonight COPR. 1»~ or NEA SERVice, IHC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAI'. OFF m m y softbal loam of El Dorado will come tc Hope tonight for a game with th Lion Oil team of the local league The El Dorado team is reported to be very strong and have one of the best luirles in this section Hurling for Hope will be Mut J'erguson, loser of only two games by close scores all season. The game starts promptly a 8 o'clock at Fair Park. Regular league play will be re sumed Thursday night when Wvlie meets Rephans and Cobb-toolej tangles with Moore's Market. Travelers Beat Leading Crackers By the Associated Press Little Rock made it tough for pace-setting Atlanta in the Southern Association last night, defeated the Crackers, 0 to 1, behind Russ Messerly's four-hitler. The Crackers failed to take advantage of several scoring opportunities accorded them through Messerly's wildness — , he walked eight—and played ragged ball behind Bill Ayers. Chattanooga, in second place, di- cided a doubleheader with Mobile taking the nightcap, 3 to 2, on scv en hits after dropping the opener Elsewhere in the league, third- place Memphis won a 5 to 3 decision from Birmingham and the Nashville Vols strengthened theii fourth place slcx by taking both games of a twin 1 bill from New Orleans, 4 to 3 and 1C to 10, Two errors in the eighth gave the Lookouts their afterpiece tri umph over Mobile. In the opener, the Bears got to four Chattanooga Pitchers for 14 hits for their easy decision. * °! de j hands are tabbing the king- sized .Rodney, one of the biggest two-year olds in these parts in I'n^'Tr' 18 " 1e 8 la "i°ur boy for the h n™ ayseecl stake...He's owned by Mill-owner R. Horace Johnston of Charlotte, N. C., and trained and driven by Bien Shively of Pomona, Calif...Oklahoma A. & M. athletic posses are tearing their hair try- nnn ^ r jS ure ou t how to fit the 10 000 student body, and air the "civilians \yho want to see bouncing -Dob Fenimore operate into tho 12,000 seat stadium this fall... —-o -. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE •• PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • Doug ^ITV Carl Bacon V-.I I | j ones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following at candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Sum. iner: 8th Judicial Circuit For 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. BUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE' For County Judge FRED. A. LUCK . ' h FRANK RIDER Tax Assessor... C. COOK . i'^. GARRETT WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR FOP 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 Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 31,58-R ADMIRAL RADIOS Battery & Phonograph Combination «. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Wain 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 152 411 S. Hotel For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. 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 Hatters nAnkl HUGH B.HAU,, Owner 208 N. Ferguson phone 76

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