Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 12, 1931 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 12, 1931
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oHi ancient enerhies I , field will rteet on the' ol grounds Friday rttght between (he ex-ball! . i nav* been fe training; I 'Several weeks aftd,« game» ££w,ujlu.« ltd jsifc^fiaitj. J 1.U- a.it expected by all $ »ebit sponsored by the i American Legion the Legion post of l|iffe on safe at both news i'the'drug stores In the -i ttekets htttet be bought rath school building in order to! , start promptly at 8 &*H* Decides Again*! Celebration PJ*W""7— \"~> —«J«ig George decid- ff tforlast moment Wednesday not ****]& the Armistice Day cere- lthe Cenotaph. '. wind was blowing although i *«« wai 'shining brightly. It t. While 1 standing bareheaded at the i -Ufty,hi 1928 that the king con[ the cold which led to his grave ^ ) * * „ _ .of Church at Memphi* Is Confessed Goodwin, 25, i Texas, was quoted by po- iesday as having confessed j and an accomplice robbed the i; of., the Bellevue Baptist church '"""•tabie than $1500 early 'Mon- 1,^.. Arrested at a hotel Tuesday night, 1-'Crdddwin had $270 in small change _* t^-j^rt^ ^ ft suU ^^ officer's said. was quoted as saying the : of the loot Was buried on the f of a Memphis high school. I said Goodwin told them he U name his accomplice after he S*IH opportunity to ^alk with the ••"--•-at G. LeeJ pastor of the id Lee was out of the city. Produces 301 In 11 Months !«1 t Woman Owner of rkable Barred -Rock Hen contest, with only one jfing for honors, is being ;,by^Miss Sue Stephens, of ,.. who, is the owner of a Barred i$en that, has been in production since December 6, 19,30. ay, November 10, this hen jlaid 301 eggs and every indication a long laying career y people in Blevuis-imiJ Hemp- :6unty are watching the record p'hen and her eggs are in great "V^by poultry fanciers for g purposes. Miss Stephens has ! several cokerels, hatched from r; eggs for a nice sum. its Are Mailed 4 For Blind Pensioners .. B, ROCK — (JP) — State Aud- J,t. Oscar ' Humphrey, Tuesday I 1022 warrants for $7.50 each to _,,,Biy clerks of the various coun- ^; to be. distributed to blind per- : -T-who have qualified for a pen: >under the blind person act of , which levied a tax on pool tables Toyide funds for the pension. This ib'Ution represents practically the .amount collected under the act ; jt became effective last spring. Nashville Men Visit J ' Dildy and Bob Steuart, of e, were in Hope Thursday on Jnittie Chancery Court of Hempstead •,i t County, Arkansas The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, a Corporation . . . Plaintiff vs. No. 2448 M. C. Carter, et al . . , . Defendants ""•< ' WARNING ORDER " The defendants, M. C. Carter, Maude *C/Carter, J. G. Woolen, and Mrs. J. Q t< Wooten, an4 each of them, are '.' warned to appear in the Chan' Court of Hempstead County, Ar- •jthin thirty days and answer i fQmplaint of the plantiff, the Federa} Land Bank of St. Louis, ^,>f|sspuri, , WtTNgSS My hand as Clerk of said ' Court, and the seal thereof, on this ',; 4th <fey of November, 1931. WILLIE HARRIS ('• Clerk of Hempstead f, • • Chancery Court 5, 12, J9, 26. Court of Hempstead - • County, Arkansas * 'r-?h« Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, C_ Miispuri. 3 Corporation . . . Plaintiff '£ ,- vs, Np. 2442 f,. WT A'. Nash, et al . . . . Defendants 1% ORDER ffe* defendants, W. A. Nash, Drucy Ifefh, B. W. Owens and Susie P. , and each of them, are hereby to appear in' the Chancery l' Jferopstead County, Arkan- j^, within thirty days and answer the ^mplaint of the plaintiff, th« Federa! Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri. WITNEiSjS My hand as Clerk of said gpurt, and the seal thereof, on this 4& day ol November, 1331. .^ WILLIB HABBIS ' o Clerk of Henjpstead ", Chancery Court v. 5, I?, 19, 26. a—Why Don't You? Electric Heater Big 13-Inch Bowl Regular J4.00 Quality $2.95 Identical quality heaters sell for asl m o s t DOtJBLE in many stores, leart shape cast base With cord and plug. WARD*GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE WARD? GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE End Table in Walnut Finish Special Jubilee Offer $1.00 Extra sturdy and extra fine workmanship at this low price! It has attractive carvings, turned legs' and stretcher. . 11x22 . inch top. v WARPf GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE The Standard $7.50 BATTERY Jubilee Priced At Only $4.95. With Your Old Battery » Brim full of Quick-Starting POWER! Built extra sturdy to stand' the strains of winter! .WARD! GOLDEN .ARROW JUBILEE More of These Waflle Irons Ward's Big Special Value $1.29 Same quality as electric waffle irons selling up to ?3. Makes 6-inch waffle. Element Guaranteed 5 years. Save Half On MOTOR OIL! 100% Pure Pennsylvania 75c A Gallon You save 25c on EVERY SHEET you "buy in , Jubilee" Week!' Famous "Triumph''^ 1 81x90-inch Sheet that sold only a year ago at 82ct - .Firmly, woven .of good uality cottonr-BLEACHED and HEMMED—ready 'for use! Fill those linen shelves, and save at -.he LOWES/T PRICE IN YEARS! «.' ^ PilloW Cases, each .. SATURDAY $69.95 Unsurpassed for Real Quality at Low Price Buy now.V.get.smartness, style and qual- . ity—save DOUBLE today for tomorrow's needs! ; Roomy DAVENPORT and But- \ nmv ton-Back- ,'C^IAIR upholstered in • combination tine-tone Jacqiiard velour. Reversible .cushions; serpentine' front with 4 legs at front of base. Bargain High Chair Try to Equal It Elsewhere for Less Than $4! Our'Price $2.95 Broad' spread base prevents e.a ; s y tipping. tt/Crdwood in enamel finish. New,Kitchen Stool Lowest Price We've Ever :• Offered a Metal Stool Equal to any $1 Stool any place! Ivory or green enamel finish. Iron Board 3 Legs! Roomy Tapered Top! Sells Elsewhere For ?1.55! $1.00 Built of selected seasoned lum- t>er! S m o o th rcpmy top 41% 27x50 In. Axminister •-• •., • .. .. November Home Furnishings • Sale Brings $2.35 Value at $1.98 $5.00 DOWN All wool Rug in brand new patterns, rich colors. Buy now and save! AND A TRAIL BLAZER TUBE WITH EVARY TRAIL BLAZER TIRE! The most sensational tire value ever offered anytime, anywhere! A tube free with every tire sold during Jubilee Week!—and tire prices the lowest for all time! COME TOMORROW! 1 Size 2Mx4.4u-^i 29x4.50-20 30x4.50-21 28x4.75-19 29x5.00-19 31x5.25-21 32x6.00-20 29x6.00-21 Riverside Mate .Riverside De Luxe (4 piy) $ 4.35 ! $ 4.95 4.80 5.60 4.85 j 6.68 5.70 6.00 7.35 9.85* 10.25» 5.69 ' 7.00 8.55 Riverside DeLuxc (6 ply) $ 7.95 7.35 7.48 8.30 8.90 10.25 11.50 11.65 Ward's Trail Blazers ? 3.85 4.35 4.45 5.25 This Oiler Also Applies to Mail Orders for Tires Received at any Ward Store or Mail Order House. FREE TIRE MOUNTING SERVICE at every Ward store PRINTS Yard .:.' .' . Fast Colors, New Patterns lOc SHEETING Yard 81-inch Unijle^ahed 20c PRINTED OUTING Yard ' 19C induced the regular pjica •CUTS $3.98 Knife Included FREE! Were $4.98. Now—for 'Jubilee— % $3.98. Black elk chrome tanned 13 inch storm boots with genuine oil treated oak feather soles. Knifo pocket on boot and knife included. Sizes l f ,to 6. GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE Run-Resistant Rayon Lingerie 79c Quality! Now Only 49c Vests, Bloomers, Panties, and Step-ins! Exceptionally well- tailored styles. Choice of flesh and peach. WARDf GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE Rayon-Cotton B e d s p r e,,a d s! They're $2.29.Values! Each $1.49 Smart style, rayon-patterned Bedspreads come in blue, rose, orchid, gold and .green 81x105 inches. Jubilee specials! Mem PAJANUS $1.00 Think of it! These arc identical with pajamas selling all over the country for. more than DOUBLE. The same fine quality broadcloth. The same new snappy embroidered designs. The same vat-dyed fast colors. Thousands were bought to make this unheard of price. GOLDEN ARROW JUI /t/ou'djhtj atJ&ast-¥2 more elsewhere cotton Print HOUSE FROCKS Each 77c The material ALONE sells elsewhere at this much and more! Here. AT 79c are Dresses practical enouj»i for regular house wear, smart enough for neighborhood calls. Gay and conservative prints with flare and pleated skirts . . . flattering collars and trim belts in con- Ir^sting colors. GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE 5 .o. CPJ SCRIM Yard :.. Assorted Colors, 19c 36-inch PRINTS Yard Fast Colors 18c RY WARD & Co PJione 930 112 East Second Your Neighbpr Saves Money at Ward's—Why Don't You? Hone, Arkansas Men's, Boy's' • ' » Wool Sweaters Popular Slipover Style Every stitch is 100% pure wool. Huge ordc rs were placed to make this rec- o r d' breaking Jubilee Special, Just right for every day wear, WARDf GOLDEN ARROW JUBILEE ' Electric Iron 6-Pound Size Cord and Plug Included $1.35 Worth $1.75 of any ^woman's money. Guarantsed heating element. Tip-up Style ' rest mounted on back of iron..- Big Value G a s R a n g e $57.95 $5.00 Down $5.00 Monthly INSULATED ESSCJ: Windsor, Marbelized porcelain enamel finish. Big oven, cooking top and broiler. Walnut Finish Radio Bench .Kenl Jubilee Bargains $1.19 'Sturdy Benches with attractive coverings in assorted high grade materials. Of hardwood in walnut finish. Turned legs; cross stretcher. Big Radiant Gas Heater Bargains Others Ask Up to ?25 $13.95

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