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Hope, Arkansas
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I CLASSIFIED Number of Wordo Up to ir> .. 1C to 20 lo 25 to 30 to 35 .. to 40 .... to -I!) to !iO . . Hales Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three six One5}— : Dav .43 .00 [90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 are Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Day 1.5 . 2.00 2.fiO 3.00 350 4.00 4., r )0 5.00 . . , for Continuous •s Month " 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 • All • Not v J "' v »ui \ rf u,ni Insorllons O'.ily nt Ads Cash in Advnncc lakpn Over the Phono Lost j; BROWN .BILLFOLD. HAND .LAC- oci, contains bank book, U. S. Least Uuartl identification card Other Idenlifieatons, pictures and money. Finder please return papers to Mope Stnr .and keen money. ZQ ,^[ For Sale NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON V West .||li street. All built in cabinets, garage. Phone 195-.I. 17-61 NICK BIG WHITE 'ROCK ;,'_\ e ':s. Mrs. Ceo. Dodds. Phone 1)70-W. 17:31 LOTS, 7. I!, 9 IN BLOCK 4, HOPE Heights. K interested see Sid McM.-Uh, First National Bank .19-61 ONE CiAS RANGE, GOOD AS new.'Sec Tom Goodwin, ftosston,!- K: -• ONE KEROSENE TABL10 TOP five burner Florence-range, gond as-new. Ferris Formb", Patmu?- ' H)-3t: TABLE TOP GAS RANGE ANR oilier household furniiur" Mrs : L. J. Conwny, CM West <lth Si' 1 2Q.3U TWO NEW FIVE ROOM MODERN homes. Two acres ground. Shade ' Below, Phone 362-J. 20-3t POOM~HOURE, MODERN throughout. 1005 South Walnut Phone 2r>(>, 20-3t JOHNSON GRASS HAY, 50c BALE delivered, -15c at press or will sell in block on meadow, You cut and bale your own. H. S. Alforcl Rt. 3. Phone 9-F-4. 20-61 WHILE THEY LAST, 4 WHITE Rotary, I Singer, all guaranteed; SI3 South Wal.iut, Phone 578-W C. W. Yanccy, Singer Dist. 20-31 ROOM HOUSE WITH FOUR lots. G02 North Hervey, recently decorated on inside. Price $4,750 Possession immediately. Floyd Portcrfield. 20-31 THREE ROOM HOUSE 'WITH bath, South Washington, near Basket Company. Price $2.'250. Floyd Porterfield. 20-31 Wanted to Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT OR furnished house. Phone >i34 Mrs Hoy Taylor.17.31 S T A ft, H 6 f» !, A ft K AN "I A $ ' fev Chick Young Astral was mistaken. I wag up a tvfie, like- a possum. .„, IP LASH THORN ..... ACTUALLY BKWHrD 1 WOULD K HAPf>lER. AND HOW I VWUD LIKE. 7ELL THAT YOUNG MAM fLIUl i , AND BOYS USED TO EXCHANGE MOTES BY HIDING THEM IN TREE TRUNKS v YOU CAN'T DO THAT WITH POP CAN t <7 ALL IHUi ^•""j. <»MfN.l ,-vf cfA^jOes. r uA\Ar A-rH-iCxrcAv &TAMMS i. HAVE ATHREE ^ THREE " \V, VIVP vni I ? STAMP ?J\ (3lvev0lJ • v EMILY.' § put my hand in my shoulder could answer Mjdfek question. SORRY, WI-J5. wow LOO'; WHMT ^——~ CUBING UP ~" HERE \N«S -(HIS LAD'S OWN NM5S« I'fANOT hS STUPID AS— OOM! BUT I 0.S3UXU 'iOU- ( VOU'VE DOME TO MODEST MAIDENS By Gdlbraith Side Glances GROWN SCRAMBLING X AROUND ON PUBLIC STATUES IS EM> ENOUGH...BUT TO TAKE f\N INNOCEN1 • ctAu-p..».. .--AMP WWEN J uET'a PO O_U^S£L GOQP PEEP TC-PAY/ TMEV GET A 5\\ACK CP HIS BLCOP, THE BUT TWrTT'o IVOUNPEP! HE'S A fTKUNK., A KAT, AMP A HYENA BUT HOW ABOUT CRUELTY TO PUA\S ANIMALS COSTU\\E\ /^ OK.KV..TOOTS-- L.ETS GO I PARTY OR LV PICK. AJ\£ UP . NOT, IT'LL. 8^ AT BO CLOCK DO W£ HAVE T'CSO? THEV GIV£ SUCH COSTU\\B. 'He could n't find a job and was too old for the "We. couldn't (hid a sitter, in,i we'd rather !,rin s ilm army, so when he heard I was working, well—' COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ( » cliiUJrcn nlonii nnyway — \ve Jit;c lo bo walcliinsj Uieui \vhcn llicy atari to wreck soiuelhiiii{!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger ?wnnv Business LOOK AT VVMAT HES WRITING- ) I'VE GOT A PROBLEM . &LCK / I WITH WHIPPED CREAM, HOMEY/ / WANNA LURE ALLTi-v SOPA ' BUSINESS FSOM ACROSS THE STREET----&UT HOW? BAW-I WANNA RIDE.TOO- HENRY/ For ELECTRIC SERVICE Ir YOU'LL HAMG- A SIGN |M YOUR. WINDOW; I'LL DO YOU SUPPOSE YOU MART THAT DROOP, RUSTV? ^uwm *T~Fv W^? 7 ../ A\ .y#.^-.;yiux We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING f BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark "Now if we could find the ones -who married someone else, we could make some money 1" Thimble Theater NOTES POUND IN BOTTLES QUITE OFTEN ARE -^ ;•' ~ 'A te-Zl- - 7<7 -\\-7 AO^ /^•A-^* 1 ''^/- Cleaners COM!. 1916 BV HEA SERVICE. IM vIELLIE. I'LL By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople I SAID ] /SHE Out Our Way Illfjp i/BOESM' OUml , IL . , .._ -,, .ALIKE THE OF OATS/ I'LL- ALL. N\N CORlOS AKD OMLS * 33 / 6uV GAS WHAT'S THAT MOI5E?/ TODAV SOME- SPORT FOR A RARE DOLLAE/ HOME- /-<•*- UfA.' TOM.ORR.OVs! I'LL HfWE TO SELL SOMEr • Cosmetics • Pottery FOR. UfMF DOLLftRS /5.PAV '• * ««-».«-'« of F. vT-' -Wr-*/*" COM 1M* if <4M UflVICC. I MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Notice WILL THE PARTY WHO BOH- rosved Iny saddle about .July •Hli please return it. ,). V. Mnoro. 2n-;it Mottres? Renovating FOR THE BKST IN GUARAN- 'tecd \vot-k call Cobb's Matttrcss Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Questions and Answers Q—How many Crusades were underlakcn lo reeover possession of Ihe Holy Land? A—Eight, from 1095 lo 1270. They cost 2,000,000 lives, it is estimated. Q—Who -wrote "O Dem Golden Slippers"? 'A—Juincs A. Bland, negro min- islrel. He was born on Long Iskmd, died in poverty in 1811. He composed about 700 songs. Q—What does an elephant tusk weigh? •A—'They average about r>!> pounds, but some exceed 100 pounds. Q—What is piper nigrum? A—Popper. It's Iho Lalin name. Q—Are unsafe conditions or unsafe'.practices responsiole for most industrial accidents? A—Unsafe practices cause 80-SO per cent. Up lo 19,000 are killed in the U. S. each year as a resuU of occupation accidents. Q So They Say The United Nations is no stronger than the collective will or the nations that support it. —Trygve Lie, UN Secretary General. If there is a renewed wave of wage demands, with strikes to enforce them, there must be an upward spiral of prices whether or not there is .an OPA. —Robert R. Wason, president National Association of Manufacturers. There Is no rViystery in Soviet foreign policy, the aim of Soviet foreign policy is constant — to establish communist dictatorship throughout the earth. —William C. Bullitl, former Ambassador to Moscow. 'Arc we faled always to leave half finished the job on which we spend ourselves in wartime so tmstinUngly? Are we everlastingly to'invest our blood and treasure in the struggle for a better world onlv to rebel at the relatively small investment of time and money and effort required to make it productive? —Dr. :-Everetl Case, president Colgate U 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 REMOVED FREE Wilhin 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-B Time to 'Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • 'Plenty of 'Parking Space $ Hatters HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 Bring Your Prescriptions to Wards In the hands of a Registered Pharmacist, all the ingredients of endless prescriptions become the source for the filling of the very particular prescription which can help you. SEE US FOR • Perfumes * Stationery t Colognes • Toiletries WARD & SON Phone'62 "The Leading Druggist" 0 ir Enough By V/cstbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Now York, Aug. 19 — Among the reasons why Stanley Walker, one of our host newspaper men, is saying farewell to New York is that in the clubs and restaurants, -the bars and people's homes, he encounters men and women of ostensible intelligence who try to intimidate him with fiery crosses of political and ideological bigotry. Ho seems to insist that he hasn't yielded but he writes, nevertheless, that he is be- jming a refugee. Except that 1 have no clubs and don't frequent bars, I have had Iho same experience these last few years. 1 have a sense that this intolerance and personal hatred of the Cish who swims upstream is a pervading thing but, for comfort, 1 sometimes recall a thought expressed some years ago by a ['.real, musical orator, Caruthers Ewing, of Memphis and New York. "What one man thinks and what 'mother man has thought curse and canker the mind and heart and bank the intellectual waters that ought to roll and run unhampered." Mr. Ewing said. "Fear of criticism and of contempt makes more slaves and perpetuates more nonsense and breeds more agony than the mind of man readily grasps." One night during the last presidential campaign, Mrs. Irene Kuhn, who had handled press relations, distaff, on Tom Dewey's campaign train, and her daughter, Irene. Jr., were walking quietlv near their home in Greenwich Village. Born of Irish parents in Chelsea Village, close by, Mrs. Kuhn has lived in that region most of her life. Political hysteria and bigotry and alfbn accents were in the air, reminiscent of evil nights in Munich, and two Irenes wore Dewey button.; as they strolled. Near a corner meeting, a Negro woman spotted these political insignia and. shrieking "Fascists!" brought a crowd. "You make one pass at me," Mrs. Kunn remarked sedatelv. and I will break your damned neck. This is my home and my country and I will vote as I please." This sort of thing was no', common in New York in those days but only because few of those who intended'to vole tor Dewcy, and did vole jor him .had the belly for public commotion. In a party in the high suburbs, a rich woman of the hunting set, with pretensions lo breeding and intellect .snatched a Dewoy button from another woman's dress and threw it on the floor. The victim of this abuse of course should have dragged her around by the hair and the hostess would' have been within gr.od manners to order her out, publicly, but il was passed off. Among business men in New York m that angry time, Republicans avoided politics or silently agreed with Roosevelt men at lunch, aware that if they .announced their intention to vote for Dewcy or criticized Roosevelt they would make enemies and lose important orders. I know men who endured this and I know that some of the brown shirts who held this evil threat over American citizens were among the noisiest of those who yowled up the four freedoms and damned the Nazis. We had an underground movement of our own composed of Republicans who well knew that their business would suffer or that they might lose their jobs if they merely exorcized their right to express their political opinions and intentions. To mv regret, I confess thai I voted "or Roosevelt not once but twice. The first lime I was thoroughly deceived but 1 remind you that Ins platform and his speeches 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 servicfr in town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel 3LIC NOTICE 16lh Street from the High School to the Spritighill Road IS NOT A PART OF THE CITY DUMP. We have the names and car license numbers of several people who have thrown oul garbage, cans, rubbish along this street. From this date on all will be reported to the police and health authorities. Also we reserve the right to return this garbage to the owners front lawns or driveway. PROPERTY OWNERS New York, Aug. 20 —(/PI— Aus-, tralian tiack oi'licials. who have 1 been dickering to get some United States college team to make a tour to Melbourne in the next year or so, are likely to make Louisiana State and coach Beniie Moore their no. 1 selection. . . For ihe first time since the war. Cornell'.;' football team will hold "daily! double' 'sessions when drills be^i'n j Sept. 2. That isn't surprising since! Ed McKocver discovered there I was poison in the ivy league la.;t fall. . . There's a roller derby at the Polo grounds while the park's! regular inhabitants are in the west; and some fans claim it's nothing 1 new. The Giants also j;o around and gel nowhere. •CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner "I understand slic gives private lessons in home man- accmunl on llic side!" ten homers, which gave Mr. Lu- c'as Hie thrills he wanted but cost Him ")0. His Lucas Good A Roanoke, Va., baseball :"an, Lawrence Lucas, became annoyed recently because his home town wasn't hilling enough home runs. The Roanoke Red Sox had blasted only five all-season. . . Instead of just cussing the management, Lucas took things into his own hands and offered 2. r > a homer as an incentive for socking them in the home park. . . During the next 13 games the Keel Sox connected Tor One-Minute Sports Page V.'hcn Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns play an exhibition against t'i- Brooklyn football DodgeTrs at Akron, O., Aug. 30, they hope to break the rubber bowl attendance record, set when Brown's Massilon high team played alliance a lew years ago. . . The Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy bas kotball team will play five "ivy loai'ue" teams, as well as Maryland and St. John's next winter Sx-eins Uial the Mariners would do better lo planl n few sprigs of ivy mound their buildings instead of acquiring il the hard way. . . Ed .Ghler.i, who starred in basketball and baseball at Purdue but didn't play football until he entered the army, will try for the boilermaker grid varsity this year. He was fullback on the Air Force all - star team last fall. By HAL WOOD Portland, Ore., Aug. 20 •- (UP) — A pair of old-linier.s who have been on golfdom's gold trail for many years without causing too much consternation among the so- called hotshot;;, stole the .spotlight in the opening round of qualifying play at the National PGA tournament here yestei rlay, One was ii. . (Dutch') Harrison. Little Rock, Ark., and the other Jimmy Hinos, veteran pro from Chicago. These long-time links stars literally tore xhe Portland golf club's course apart as they fired scven-under par and si:-:under-par scores of li!j and GG, respectively. While taking the play away from the younger set and the higlilv- f.outed "big four" of Sammy Snead. Byron Nelson, Lloyd Mangrum and Ben H.ogan. the old-timers' put a new set of values on playing the exacting G,l(M-yard course. It takes that Jong, down-thrvmid- dle drive and accurate approach to win. Two inches off the fairway means trouble — and such a veteran star as Harold (Jug) McSpaden was Jn trouble nil the way and ended up with a three-over '75 — and will have to improve if he hopes to be in the (34 who will su. Vive the medal play tmd .get into match competition which starts Wednesday. Another 18 holes of medal play is slated for today. BosebaSS Scores By The Asnor.i.-Uecl Press National League St. Louis ij; Cincinnati 0. (Only game scheduled). American League Chicago at -New York postponed, threatening weather. St. Louis at Boston postponed, threatening wcatner. (Only game:; scheduled). Yesfrerelay's Stars By The Associated Press Di'-k Si.?lor. r:piTliiif,lF ^- stp- 1 ed St. Louis off flying-to (i-0 victory over Cincinnati on nis cioi'Dii- with the bases loaded in the first inning. HARD ON WHEELS Shirley, 111.. Aug. 20 — (/P)— A rural mail carrier for 33 years. John Muifley, 57, claims some sort of record. He has worn out one buggv, two Eureka Hammock carls, two mail wagons and 17 automobiles. Page Fiv« ^ Crackers » Loop Lead H By Tho Acsociatecl Press' The only game played m (he Southern Association 1,-iKl. night enabled the pnce-selting Atlanta Cracker:; to increase; their lead to i six ami a half games over second j place Memphis and 11 games over i the Chattanooga Lookouts in the 1 nurd slot. | The Crat.'k?rs' gain came \vilh an I llto G decision over the Lookouts las Dewcy Adkins racked up his tenth decision, allowing nine hits. A seven-run rally in the eighth helped turn the trick. Babe Ellis slammed a home run with the bases .jammed in the big eighth to increase his runs-batled- in total to 107. Lefty Max Wilson, who left the game in the sixth when hi<= arm was hurt, was charged with ihc loss. Little Rock was rained out at New Orleans. No other game* wore scheduled. The Crackers received word ves- terday that Mike -Ulisney, catcher whose knee was injured in a collision with Paul Gillespie in the first game of Sunday's doublehead- Fighfs Last- Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Wesley Mouzon. 137, Philadelphia, knocked out Bob Montgomery, K)7, Philadelphia, 2. Washington — Kf.-au Jack. .-143 3-4, Augusta. Ga. . outpointed Danny Knpilow, MO, .New Vorh, II). ( Ic-vfland •— Artie LSvino, 100 \-2. Brooklyn. IrnoeUjd out Challle i'ad;-ilino, Ififi !•:>, Detroit, 2. By United Press New York --(Coney -J.-land—Al Pennine i;;i ]-2, Biooklvn. stopped Leo Piomanclli, 133 1-2, Brooklyn, Troy, N. Y. Melio Bettino. 190 1-2, Beacon. N. Y.. knocked out Larry Bouchard, Montreal, 2. er with Nashville, may be lost for the season. ^. Tonight's games: Chattanooga at Atlanta Litlle ROCK at New Orleans , Memphis at Mobile Najhville at Birmingham. Pele Cowthonn who scouted players for the Detroit Lions all summer, figures he signed about a hair do/en good ones, including Camp Wilsonn e>:-Tulsa fullback, and Tennessee's Bobby Cifers. in 1032 were such as any credulous American could nave approved. In 1936 the fault was my own «md I now believe that had we elected Alf Landon we would have Jared much better if only because the Communists would have been kept out of our government and the anarchistic union movement would have been brought under control of law and government. But, like the Germans, we wanted a leader and he led us. in the end, \u ihe iron curtain. I began to violate the thought- control of the Roosevelt following soon after Landon's defeat and my rebellion has increased in force and results dav by day ever since Unlike Mr. Walker, i' have no regrets for friendships, it they v/ere that, which vanished in 'controversy. 1 was right and 1 have discovered many a vile .Hypocrite among the Samaritans who helped 1'ie common man to the mouth of the alley and rolled him lor his .'luerneu ana pay. Anyway, 1 will not be policed in my politics or opinions and 1 -will maintain against every literary bar-fly and all the ignoramuses and precious imojters of the stage and screen, all the illiterate prolessional .scandal-mongers and the fry-cooks and aar-ienclei.s turned lavernkeepcrs and political pundits ,l,nt R. >o'v- velt was a greedy cheap-SKat<>, stingy and mean in his :m~n dealings with the common man in lii.; employ, a swindler in ;he Hartford and Baircl loan;, la nis boy Elliott, a dead-beat \V.MSC butcher had -to-threaten suii to i oiled his bill for meal supplied ,lie :'aniily and a profiteer in office-. I sa'v he degraded the inorals of million's of Americans and glamorized leering dishonesty. I have none of that fear ,if criticism and coiilempl that Air. Kwing mentioned Jor the criticism -lever faults mv facts and 1 am above Ihe contempt of inferiors so cur- rupl and low that morals arc- beyond their comprehension. 1 oppose immigration tn my country by refugees selected o,n religious or racial grounds fr.r the same rea.-in thai I oppose discrimination by employers against my countrymen (in Ihe same grounds. 1 say that ii we discriminate in a man's favor on such grounds to let him come in, then that is a binding precedent in justify discrimination against i-im when he want.! to j;e| a job in- run for office. If any man should propose dial we bar rofinws id- ealise they are Jews 1 woi'iKi fii'iit him as heartily as I now disdain the slanders of tlio.se who say Jews should have priurilv. If race or religion is made a consideration at all in the application of Jaws made without distinction then il must work both ways. I don't expect ur.dors-tandliu' c.r even tolerance of this honest'and faultless position in ih.-ise social and political groups which Stanley Walker is about to quit. 1 would suspecl •skulduggery or think 1 had expressed myself l:adlv if il-cy should agree. They are'a Ku Klux Klan of their own, as cruel, wanton, baleful and dishonest as Hitler himself, and only when I find them agreeing \ v ith me will I be uneasy. Fur them' then 1 shall tear that 1 am wrong. I am SUITV Stanley Walker is going for he and I both saw contemptible fakers write stories and beard them in tremendous orations that we knew belied their private feelings and opinions. This fawning gave them false standing as great-hearted friends of the oppressed among rich, ruthless, weeping cuUthroats who would buy their trash for the movies and put' them on the air at absurd prices. We both have heard them sneer at Jews in their informal moments. I wish him well but I doubt that Stanley Walker will bo happy wnerc he is going. He isn't a majority man. "SCIENCE CAPITAL" With more than 500 scientists and its many scientific institutions, Washington, D. C., is now regarded as ihe science capital of the nation, if not of the world. Legal Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby Hiven that vhe undersigned Patmos Peanut Picker Project in Hempstead County, Arkansas- having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of Agreement for Voluntary Liquidation, Form FSA-LE 209, will on the 21 day of August, 1940, between Ihe hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Sulton Sale Barn, in (he County of Hempstcad, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder foi cash, the following described prop- eity, to-wit: 1 Belle City Peanut Picker. Witness my hand this the I'lth day of August. 1946, United Slates of America, By W. M. Sparks. Cu'.inly Supervisor. Aug. 20, 1!)4B. NOTICE Notice is hereby :;iven that the directors of Spring Hill Schnnl District No. 10 of Hempstead County will offer tn award a contract oh sealed bids to be opened at a meeting to be held at Spring Hill School. H:00 P. M. on the Mill day of Scn- U-mber, 194C. in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to purchase a school bus chassis of 19-t or 200 inches wheel base and a school bus body between 21 and 22 feel long with'a seating capacity of not less lhan GO. Bids shall be for equipment meeting the minimum specifications adopted for school bus bodies and chassis by Ihe Arkansas Highway Commission and the Slate Board 'of Education. The contract will be awarded on oasis of price and quality. The Equipment is to be delivered .'is soon as possible but not later I linn 10 days frnm date of award- ini' of contract. The directors reserve the right tn rcinct any niic! all bids. For adn'.itioiuil information write In J. W. Marliu. Kecrctarv of Board nf Directors at Rt. One, Hope. Ark. Dated Ami. !-' 1!>4C. J. W. Martin Secretary Aug. 13, 20, 194G FOR SALE 1 3 /4 ion White Truck Shop Eqnipmenr is no better than the man that uses it. For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 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 Smart » ANDERSON BROS. • BUTANE SYSTEMS .Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SS-SIVER Plumbing « Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. Doug /"'I"TV' Carl Bacon \afl a I Jones ELECTRSC CO. — for —• House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 734 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop « Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Dnily 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 ' ALLGS-'s Interested in Contact Vet Office or B. L. Retfig at the airport « Flight instructions » Rides © Charter Trips HOPE AIRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline is for •on your'fire insurance! We can give-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 Phorte.,221 ' Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT P5ANOS "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. CRAB BE EROS. ..PIANO CO. "Texorkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texorkana, U. S. A. LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE IT Phone 422 Today Let us wash your car in our AUTO LAUNDRY. We will pick it up, wash it, orease it, and clean it inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified lubricaticn men. Ask About Steam Cleaning • CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main WANTED Forked Leaf White Oak and Cow Oak Clear and Clean Overeup Logs For prices and more detail Apply to: HOPE HEADING Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas — in 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 wont the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the ccsh. Ask for Mr. McLarty, at Hope Auto Co. I s !

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