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' M He never tips, so lie.wears metal ear protectors 1 . 1 Thimble Theater /WELL, [BLOW 'DOWN II WHICH ONE OF XA If SHARKS SWALL6RED OH, I DONS^ OftJltCT To THftT'<5 HOW U'S GOIM& TO , SOOT'oVDUD i PAJ2DING f I WILL HAFTA TKOJBLE ' ALL RIGHT, MAGIC WAUD, ) * DO YER STUrT/ A POX ^ OM THOSE VOUHG TOOLS toft Itu. KI.1Q rEATCDESSYXUICAT): IB. . WOKLU KICIITS HCSCftVED Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople ^fAMSTArt'MMJOR/'MOMSST TfV AMD A HEX ON THE WITCH OUT AGAM/ PgCxiPHROOS WHILE I REfABRftNOT /3f HeA,L|N$ GALM6 6V BIS CHIEF HIAVJWHIX CASE A MAi^ COMB LATe, IS ' FO'A SHOPS DURlW / TH' STUFF DURIM OUR. tT. HISTORIC GC TOUR FATHE« HA.RDU VJORTri V* '-'-%•-••'" August 1«, MOP 8 STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page CLASSIFIED Number of. Words Up to 15 . 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 20 to 30 .. lo 35 . 30 to -10 . 41 to 40 .. 40 to 50 .. 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Hall at Hall Auto Supply Co. or phone 490. 15-31 Real Estate for Sale Fair Enough By Weitbrook PtgUr Copyright, 1M« By King Featurei Syndicate. New York, Aug. 1C—I am beginning to love that Ilya Ehrenburg, in a robust masculine, way, because the bum is coming along lo tnke the place of Harold Icke.s, retired from competition, as the one guy I can always lick. Like Ickos, he leads with his chin and leaves himself in positon, asking Wanted to Buy ,IVE CRAWFISH, 50c GALLON. 1311 West Ave. B. R, E. Brown. '. ; ••'.••.. - . 14-3t 'AIR SMALL GROCERY SCALES at reasonable price. Hobarl D. Shirley. .Phone • 1097-W. , 13-Gt Help Wanted MIDDLE 'AGED'LADY. TO CARE for old lady, Board. and .salai y. No ; laundry. Phone- G9U-W. l(i-ol For Rent TWO' ROOM UNFURNISHED apartmeiH near brick- yard. Mr=. Mary, Uoy. ' : 16-3t Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Chicago — Jimmy Edgar, 100 -2, Detroit, knocked out William Johnson, 160, Chicago 2. Albany, N. Y. — Ray "Sugar" Robinson, 151 1-2, .New York, mocked .put Vinnie Vines, 158 1-2, Scheneclady, NY, G. Fall River, Mass. — Bob Engish, 129, ' Fall River, outpointed Tommy ",Red" • Wells, 132, Manchester, H-, 10 . Nprth Adams, Mass. — Al Costa, 152 1-2, Woonsocket, RI, out- pointed Benny Singleton, 153, Wa- lerbuvy; •/(Coiflfi>' : ip; : ',:- .:•'. .•••.•--• ;• • By 'United .••.•.Press New York ('Fort Hamilton) — Buddy Knox,\ ' 205, Dayton, O., knocked out Jlrnmy Evans, 180, Brooklyn, : :N. Y.,: 7).. ', Ft. .Dix;' N. J. — Marty Servo, 145,. Schejieetady, N. Y., no de- ciaion .exhibition bout with Bobby. 152, ; New;-York, ( 1QV. 'Brigt61,"" | ,Cpnij," — ; Tommy Gero,142; Stsirntorii, •'•knocked out Buddy Germaine, 146, Lewiston, Me., (2).' '.V-.' . .: ,' .-.-. PiUsfieldj- Mass. -r- ; Dave Andrews, '144, Boston, outpointed Patsy 'Sparlaro, 143, New York, (10.), ' : • ;'.. • ;: : : ' ' . Woonsocket, : . R. I. — Johnny Eagle, ICO, Detroit, outpointed Zack Robinson, ':, 102, Pittsburgh, (10). for it, and he has only to ask to receive. Comrade Ehrenburg Is the Soviet Journalist, the trained deal of Pravda, who barks for his herring and, accordihgly, argues thnt we, of the Rreat, free American Commercial Press do the same, meaning, in our case, that we serve the interests of the advertisers and that ' they dictate our editorial policy, our radio, too. Well, hold still, comrade, here it comes. I am looicing at the July 27lh issue of Collier's. The first page inside the cover is a pretty, color- press ad for Studebaker and • the next is a gray page "for- Llslerine, both members of American' big business,' that sinister and soulless inslU"tion. Then come a half-page for Florsheim Shoes and.'then another page of color for Ethyl, the marijuana that they put in motor fuel nowadays to make, the engine of an ordinary family job think it is working for the army in a B-29. And another for Shell Oil and so forth! to the back 'cover,where Coca Cpla runs a pretty Ditch. The back cover reminds me that Jim Farley has been with Coca Cola since he- left Roosevelt and kept a still tongue in his head through the campaigns of 1940 and 1944 when the Roosevelt government might have pinched Coca Cola for sugar and markets by way of reprisal, and wasn't above doine so, and moreover had some profitable family connections with another popular brand of sweet water. What is the editorial policy of Collier's? You could call it either independent or otherhanded. On the actual editorial page it sometimes comes put in heavy chest tones for policies that would please the capitalists, but in its articles it has been lavishly hospitable for several -ears to propagandists . of the, tar .left, --including- sajne, • ,-wbp. have beeii pegged as Communists or'fellow travelers by • the dies committee. These have included Lillian Hellman and Ella Winter and a member of the regular staff with a dual personality who calls himself Kyle Crichton in Collier's and Robert Forsythe -in the new masses. And recently, Collier's had a piece by Ehrenburg, himself, which latter, I should say, was honest journalism, however, inasmuch as Collier's hung a red flag Pver the story, placing the 'readers on warning. Altogether, through eries Means Title for Boston By JOE REICHLEK Associated, Press Sports Writer The pennant bound Boston Ked Sox — and even the most conservative Red Sox rooters now feel certain their team will win this year — can all but sew up 1ho American League flag if they air> able to sweep the four-game series that opens today with the New York Yankcen. Although it may bo another month before the Sox can maxe it a mathematical certainly, the race has reached a point where a mild winning streak by the pace- settres, especial!- against their closest competitors, will make the Yankees and Detroit Tigers start thinking about next year. If the Rod Sox, now enjoying n 12-game lead, beat the Yankees in all four games and go on 1o plav .500 ball in their remaining 37 contests, the Yankees will be faced with the difficult task of winning 37 of their remaining 39 games in order to steal the pen- ant. Boston has 41 games left, eight with the Yankees with whom they've split even in 14 "ngago- menls. The Yankees have 43 games left. .The Yankees prepared for their hub invasion yesterday by sweeping a. doubleheader from the Washington Senators at the Yankee stadium. 6-1 .and 7-2. Homers in each game by Charlie Keller, his 21st and 22nd, helped rookie pitchers Bill Wight and Hand Gumpeyt again their second and eight victories, respectively. Outfielder Sam Chapman ran Thjs Curious World By William Ferguson IN HOLLAND, USED F0R. .52. HAD GROWN TO A DIAMETER. OF 12 FEET. BEFORE A WINDSTORM FINALLY BLEW IT DOWN. COPR. 194G BY HE* SERVICE, INC, ORIGINATES FROM THE SAME STEM AS. • '.SOME WOMEN HAVE SEVERAL PAIR? OF STOCKINGS FOR THEIR, FEET ON KAND,"5s«r MRS. RALPH LEE-WILDER,, ~ t. M. RCC. n. s. PAT. OFF; eulogistic and debatable bior graphics of new dealers and controversial pleadings, some of which seemed to me to rise to a pitch of hysteria, Collier's has worked the left side of the street which I concede to be its privilege. riot in Philadelphia, hitting three home runs, .to lead the Athletics to a 5-3 victory over the Red Sox. Ted Williams of Boston is the only other big leaguer to hammer three round trippers in one game this season. Hal Newhouser, whose hopes of winning 30 games this year suffered a serious blow when he lost two games in succession following his 20th victory July 27, came through with a splendid 3-9 shutout victory over the Chicago White Sox in Detroit to give the • young Tiger lefthander a lighting chance to yet realize his ambition. In the torrid National League race, the first place!. Brooklyn Dodgers increased their margin to two games over the runner-up St. T.nuis Cardinals by trampling the New York Giants 7-1. Catcher Bruce Edwards of Brooklyn lied a major league record' for assists with three in the fourth inning. The last..time it was done was by Bill Dickey of the Yankees in 1929. The Cincinnati Reds snapped a nine-game losing streak when they defeated the Cubs in Chicago 9-3 in the first game of a doubleheader but reverted to their losing ways when the Cubs beat them 3-2 in the nightcap. The Boston Braves and Philadelphia Phils outlasting a twinbill at Boston, the Phils outlaslins .the Tribesmen 15-11 in a -.tree-hitting first'game and the Braves winning the second 3-1. Jim Tabor, with a grand slam homer, and Johnny Wyrostek also got three of Philadelphia's seven hits off Bill Lee in W *!S* F° s '•'_!" •• •' mis Extends*. Scoreless Innings to 35 Ey The Associated Press Lcfly Wimpy Willis extended his Iring of scoreless innings lo 35 last light ns ho tossed a three-hitter at he Mobile Boars lo lead the Memphis Chic'ks to a 1 to 0 triumph and vault them over the Chattanooga Lookouts into second place "n the Southern Association. It was the tenth consecutive vie- lory lor the rampant Chicles and their fifth shutout in the past six Barnes. For the crafty veteran Willis, it wns his fourteenth decision of the year and his fourth straight shutout. • . : . The victory carried tiic Chicks to within scvc n games of. the league leading Atlanta Crr--"kers, who defeated the sagging Lookouts, 6 to 5. The Crackers sewed up their game with a ninth inning run that ffimp from a slow infield bit by Lloyd Ooarhart, a sacrifice by Charlie GJock and a single by Leftfielder Goodman. Dewey.Adkins held the Lookouts to four scattered safeties. He was velk'vfd in the ninth with two out by Bill Ayers who retired the' Lookouts without allowing any damage. The New Orleans Pelicans walloped cellar-dwelling Lit.tle Rock, 7 to 0, behind Pete Hader. Hader allowed only Jive scattered safeties before Bill Rogers took over in the seventh. Five Little Resit error" ' $?£'.*£ JJ:r,r--Qri,--3ri" iY.iir• unfan.rfl fu/ir. At Ma.Thviiifr, the Vols made it nitr antj v.-rjii, r". lo 1, -rfiTii the tiirlminghuin Baronr:, T J fti>- Ma]- lory gave the Reform nine Jilts in turning the I rick. TonigJii's jtamc-s: , Atlanta at NashvUJe Blrnjlngharn at Chat(anoo£a 'Mobile at. JJttlp Rock • New .Orleans at Memphis. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try . Hope MatfressjMdo. For better work nt b'l^er prlces-^Old beds rnade'4ieW and .flev/' beds made} loo" — We Cajl for. and Deliver v -Anywhere One day service in town — "'•••'' 'Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALU WORK GUARANTEED ?hone152 411 S. Radio Troubl< Call 273 W Whether ypur radio Is console or fits Into your pocket — Our trained radio repairmen will do an expert job on it. Free Pick-up and Delivery Service SMITH'S RADIO SERVICE 815 W. 6th Phone 273-\ ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery 4 Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY The The New Yorker New Yorker's is another, inside cover New York, Aug. may not agree with baseball Commissioner Hannv Chandler's rulings opening the doors to Jchn W. Galbreath and closing them to Mickey Owen, but you'll have to agree that Happy made his own decisions. At various times the commissioner has been charsed with avoiding such things. Maybe it is tough of Owen, but Mickey must have known went he went to Mexico that he would be can- f'derod a contract jumper, even Jiough his jusl-oul-of-lhe-navy sta- us \vas unusual. If Chandler had bnen lenienl Ihis time, a lot of oilier players might figure: "I'll ?et more dough in Mexico and if I don't like it I can always jump back." That would make running a ball club difficult, to -say -'the least. As for Calbreath, who should know belter than a Kentuckian that horsemen aren'l necessarily undesirable? REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES,.COWS. and CRIPPLES •fexarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R on Aug. 3 was a nice paee .of color for the electro-motive division of General Motors. Then came pages for Bergdorf-Goodman and '• Lord and Taylor, advertising lady stuff for the Park Avenue and high-suburban trade and one for Elizabeth Arden and one for the Grace line and two for perfumes and one each for old Overboil and Dewar's White Label nnd a back cover for Virginia Rounds, sold by Benson and Hedges. In a long acquaintance Avith the New Yorker I hqve observed a constant tendency to tear to tatters the reputations and personalities of decent citizens foolish enough to submit to interviews as the basis of character studies known as "profiles" but to compliment and "humanize" as very nice fellows such as Joe Curran, the president of the National Maritime Union, who and which have follosved the Communist party line in all major issues with no deviations that I have ever been able to observe but nol for lack of study. I have noted book reviews by pundits cited by the Dies committee many times, notably one signing her name Dor- olhy Parker, and Clifton Fadiman, of the radio program "Information Please," a really ferocious fellow when aroused who was going to wring chivalry's neck in attacking Clare Luce (Rep. Con.) in her 1944 campaign and probably would have too, had he been able to Ihe nighlcap. Aided by Manager dre.Bu's two-run Lou Bou- Ihe C'eve- One-Minute Sports Page Jake Lnmolla, who takes on li heavyweight Bob Satlerfield in Chicago next time, out, would like a shoe r.l France's Marcel Cerdan. Jake's supporters say this c.illison would be something 'to see because thev both punch incessantly, but matchmaker Nat Rogers figures Cerdan wouldn't take on such .ough opposition .Cov his first U. 3. appearance. Clem Conlcy of the Cleveland Rams plays, makes and sells tackle "— fishing tackle, that .s, for the last two. When Denver LI. began practice for its season football opener against Oklahoma Aggies, Coach Cac Hubbard listed 43 pre-war and current lellermen. The Aggies' Jim Lookabaugh figures he'll have 'em outnumbered with 44 such guys he can call on. Cleaning the Cuff •.The -Ithaca, N. Y., American the at Legion ball team, playing in national gemi-pro tournament Wichita, Kas., is composed of last spring's Cornell team plus one Cornell graduate student. They're all former GI's. Donald H. McMasters, who'll officiate in the all America football conference this year, is a second cousin of Walter camp, who originated all Americas, but not the league. Owen Refuses to Give Up in Fight to Play in U. S. . land Indians pushed over three runs in the fourth innings of their home night game with the St. Louis Browns to win 3-2. The scheduled night contest between the St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates was postponed by rain. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co, Phone 241 Hopt, Ark. Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags t Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HAIL'S Hotter! HUGH i. HALL, Owner 200 N. Fergmon Phont 76 any reputable and interesting American whether- -in -business- ov po|itics would be to say "nothing doing" to any interviewer for the New Yorker on the probability that courtesy and kindness to a professional writer working for a living would be repaid in pre-conceived nastiness and distortion. But the poor unsuspecting slQbs never learn until they come to, cut, bleeding and rueful. And I certainly would nol advertise in the New Yorker. Finally, we find that on the radio a few rich business operations, with every reason to refrain from grub-staking cvemies of the capitalist system and free popular government, pay fantastic amounts to propagandists who use the advertisers' own radio time and their prestige to promote issues and candidates hostile to them. All the dirtiest features are supported by business interests which havo most to lose. That is how smart they are. While I submit that all this proves that our press and radio really are indifferent to ihe political interests of the advertisers, I confess that if I myself were an advertiser in any large way, I would pick my spots and patronize my friends. I wouln't try to dictate editorial policy. 1 just wouldn't spend any money with my opponents. And Mr. Ehrenburg should be the last to object to that because those who are his closest friends in the United States frankly make free use of the boycott, business-office pressure in their attempts to suppress publications and radio presentation$ hostile to their program. For legal background they can cite opinions toy Felix Frankfurter, who All Favorites in Running in Golf Playoff Little Rock, Aug. .10. — (/I 1 ) — Quarterfinals were on tap today in the men's similes division of -,ho Arkansas Open Tennis vQurnamonl \vilh all favorites still in the running. This round offers: Joe Stephens, Shreveporl, La., vs. Steve Potts. Memphis. Jimmy Bell, Little Rock, vs. Erwin Busiek, Springfield, Mo. Gary Albertine, Memphis, vs. Herbert Baker, Sherveport, George Dunklin, Pine Bluff, vs. John Hunt, Springfield. Top-Seeded Stephens and Dunklin, seeded No. 'i, breezed through both of their opening matches yesterday. Stephens defeated Marion Boggs, Little Rock, fi-2, G-8, G-2, and Mac Hinson, Memphis, 0-3, 6-3. Dunklin conquered Don Tale, Memphis, 6-1, 6-1, and Lynn Greely, Littlp liock, 6-0, 6-2. Busiek moved up with wins over " Hpnrv, Lonoke, 6-0, (i-1, Springfield, Mo., Aug. 16 —(UP), — Mickey Owen, who jumped from' this country to the Mexican League and back again, refused to take no for on answer today in efforts to regain his place in the U.S. major leagues. Owen said he would not accept at face value a statement by Baseball Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler, apparently barring the former Brooklyn Dodger catcher for the next five didn't think the Chandler statement, issued from Cincinnati, represented the high commissioner's "final word" in the case. And if it did, Owen said, he would appeal. "If this is it, I'll appeal to Chandler lo reconsider," he said. "I made a mistake and I'm sorry, but 1 really want to play American baseball. I think I'll get a chance to talk to Chandler before the actual final decision comes in." and Bill McCook, Shreveporl, fi-1, 6-2. Potts, won over Jay Freeman. from baseball years. He said he walked four men in the eighth to fore' in a run.. The victory boosted th lead to two'.tull gamcrf'over the Cards, who were rained out of- then game at St. Louis witn the Pirates o Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Sam Chapman, Athletics — Hii three home runs to lead Philadelphia to 5-3 win over Boston. Hal Newhouser and Eddie Lake, Tigers — Newhouser shut out Chicago, 3-0, on four hits and Lake belted two homers to aid Tiger ace in gaining his 21st win. Johnny Wyrostek. Phillies — Rapped oul five hits as Philadel phia won 15-11 slugfest from Bos ton in first game of doubleheader Walker Boosts Dodgers Lead to Two FulS Games New York, Aug. 16 — (UP) — Brooklynitcs don't have to go all the way to Yellowstone National Park — they can see 'Id Fth- ful" Dixie Walker right at Ebbets Field — and they will match his base-hit eruptions against the antics of any geyser that ever spouted. It is debatable whether the battered Dodger outfielder is one of the* scenic wonders nf the world? yet Brooklyn Jans insist there is not more beautiful sight to behold T .... Til n r> n i- i -, • atut, luuiu UI.TCI U Ul 111 aie 11 ^ IW u^nvjju Little Rock 8-6 ,7-5 and Irving than Dixie striding confidently to Majors, Litlle Rock, 6-0, 6-0. • Snringfield, 8-6, 6-2, and W. C. Kirk, Little Rock, 6-0, 0-1. Baker whipped David Hamilton; 'Little Rock, 6-3, 6-0, and Bill Cheek, Springfield, 6-0, 6-0. Hunt) given a good cljance to upsel Dunklin, the current state champ, trimmed Harry ...Wellford, Memphis, 6-1, 5-1, and took Glenn Turpin, Memphis, 6-1, 6-3. Play gets under way Ihe women's division. Busiek, Tale, Potts also were still in the the junior singles division along with three other contestants. and Turpin running in Baseball Scores By The Associated Pre^s American League •>,'• New York (i-7 :Washington 1-2. Philadelphia 5; Boston 3? Detroit 3; Chicago 0. Cleveland 3; St. Louis 2. National League Brooklyn 7; New York 1. Philadelphia 15-1; Boston .11-3. Cincinnati 9-2; Chicago ;j-:i. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, postponed, rain. Southern Association Nashville 5; Birmingham 2. Memphis 1; Mobile 0. New Orleans 7; Little Kock 0. Atlanta C; Chattanooga 5. plain witu runners on base and a rally needed badly. Like yesterday, for example. It was in the third .inning, ihe Dodgers were battling scon-lessly with the hated Giants and the bases were loaded, tip stepped Dixie with a dark brown bat that contained dark brown medicine for Giant liurler Dave Koslq. In a twinkling Dixie was on first with a single and two runs were across, starting the Dodgers to a 7 to 1 victory .their fourth in a ro'.v over the Giants. Walker has been in a minor slump which caused almost a-' much commotion in Brooklyn as "Old Faithful" had failed to spout on schedule in Wyoming. He came out of it. with three hit for the day, leading the eight-hit attack that gave Kirby Higbe hi llth victory. Higbe gave up but three hits, and missed a shutout because he 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. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smah • ANDERSON BROS. • BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblno • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. licize deliberate lies about an opponent to make a boycott more effective. So, even if all Ehrenb,ui'g says were true, he would hav.owa leg to stand on for behold, has even held that it is fair to pub-1 them off above the I haye knees. cut WANTED STENOGRAPHER Bookkeeping experience f or training will be help- *ful. PRESCOTT AUTO CO. Prescott, Ark. Doug /"^BTTV Carl Bacon \att B 1 Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop e Body and Fender Shop t Complete Point Shop FOR SALE v ton White Truck Shop Eqnipment.'is no* better than the man 1 ' that uses. it. For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner 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 ALL GIV Interested in Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rettig- at the airport • Flight Instructions , ,-., ;<• Rides '^': : , ,i • Charter Trips* HOPE MUNICIPAL Agent for SCAT Airline' is for on your fire insurance!' \Ve can iiive you complete protection, and save you at . least.20% on ; your insurance cost. Your life insurance pays dividends, why not ', ' •your fire .insurance? MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 108 East 2nd Phone 221. • PIANOS ; Just Received— A Large Shipment FACTORY REBU3LT P8ANOS ; "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 Texarkona, 5J..S. A.' LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE it Phone 422 Toddy Let us wash yoiir car in our AUTO LAUNDRY. We, will pick it up, wash it, grease it, and clean it inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified lubrication men. Ask About Steam Cleaning eClTIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 1 II *1 ... Jn 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. Me tarty, at Hope Auto Co.
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