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'^3*'W*' A,£t A'* ^ i ( f '» CV £>"*• Is ~* **•» ; • Vn 1 ' X: IS-C JS,HO* 1P ^."«. i;^>i;?vw II I HAZEL: sosi HAlCEY l'""uiiii'%Lr M*t4<*<*» tt f f|£ iiki«wtM«i «£»««•« .,fj,£> J 1* Miami M**r JLOMA. D* <Lamn the *nr*er of *fce IM» i» **•<• At a ke<el,te<e. CHAPTER "> chap," Bates .remarked 'dryly, as D« Lotoa departed. it-is he**Prenehman?" His rested on Louise, who ded not to hate heard, flat We st>y longer?" she ap- ,L,., firfice, jpoutlhg.. She put learning.' caraitfe tips of two *"on each temple. "JSy headiest Ue down." tee paid the check. As Mary i.'.the Countess made no fur- untlon ot her race track win; .They might be the inspira- of the feast but they would • pay for it She had been sure,of that all along. ,, . -In 1 the elevator, Bruce made somo Il; iowrolced plea which Mary,did not fSSfctch, but it was refused with, fur- :rther protestations of illness." Bruce "lirgedi The Countess* wail arose: *,t* v -''But it, is lm-poss;l-hle! I am aqtoefable. You jlo^ not know—to„ ,morfbw I Willjook at all ttie shore- ad lines yon wish to show me. Tonight, ^JfcSj" - \~" „' ffi&ifiay Bade them all''good night 3-iit;.the.'door of her'room. 1 Mr. Jupl- f ^responded with a grunt—he was [t asleep already, as the result'of " chiiresh »ai/ ind .too much '*w. curious and' goings If tout now. tod'meet > Countess would not,be i.of'suffering were genulfie^Ana- [&*be dancing 1 attendance " feW&a.h&iSrft ,.-,rW ot- lap-dog, loubted that. ift coast was clear. Mary put . ikrk^lnconspicuous clothes and innJei out to the rendezvous with Bowen. Ttte Laurel Tearoom was Ji *a*BmaU, < .sfaffy 5 *affair 'with a row of nigh-backed benches forming booths along "one side. In the first of these* pfeering but worriedly, she -*~— ~'m—and fell into the seat op- with a gasp pf relief. The jjofthe chair hid her face from * 'nettle room. She felt as if reached sanctuary, looked at his wrist watch ,___,„,—ed, eloquent eyes to the jcelling.' f 'lt I were married to you," he •"I'd' cut your heart out. ere'ye^you jfeeen #>r the last ia hoursV. Look it," He pointed i* to ttie disorderty-'array of teacups, 1 each with its Wheel of yellow lemon and sodden teaball, that surrounded la him in a semi-circle—and at the re^glass ash tray,, filled and overflowing wUJ twisted" butts ot defunct cigarets. '_ . M t "I don't even like tea," be complained bitterly, "but it's all you can, get In,this place. And I had rtonnake-an« attempt to drink the ftttttf or ftk thtawn out *i here. In th* eternal interest ot »<raW«*P ,.._ **'**»»»* Wff managed „ ftaat), her brMth «tiil ahort from funning. , : Thftt sohefftd hitt. "De Loma! fdr God'* ttfci!' Where did you pick him uflf' M ARt told him M coherently aa she could, ,«hd At the finish Sprung her cVea more startling hews—that sh* h«d ftn engagement to meet him at th» tete the following night ''Listen, girl," Bowen «aid slowly and solemnly when she had finished, "We've got to go Intfc a huddle over this, and not muff anything We've had the breaks so far. If Lady Luelc will Just be with us a littU longer. . . . Do the others know who De Loma' IB!" "No. I'm afraid to tell Bruce. 1 don't 'enow him well enough to, know whether he could be trusted to help us play the game tr not. Ha might snatch a-gun and go looking for De Loma, but that's not what we want -Mr. Jupiter must know- but 1 haven't had,a chance to tell hlta yet I rushed right off to meet you." . "You and the tortoise," commented Bowen,' "Well, let's think, if it us. Have you got the neck- lace'here?" Mary hesitated only a second before replying, "Yes." She had lost the complete trust she bad once given to everyone. Dirk had planted the germ of distrust thoroughly; hereafter, she Would be frank, with reservation*, even with Bowen. "What Itind of blow-out Is-that :omorrow night?" Bowen asked, with wrinkled brow. "What is a fete, anyhow? Fancy, dress?" 1 haven't the least Idea what the Ambassador's'notion ot a fete would be," Mary returned. "I imagine it's going to be one of those ghastly affairs where society dowagers go about wearing paper hats and sucking lolly pops. 1 Why?" "I was, thinking about, your cos- :ume. Will you have" a chance to wear the necklace?" "Do -you. think I'd better—so soon?"- • , "Soon?" "Well, I've only ]ust met him tonight. ..Wouldn't he think I was tooHrustful?" „ "You'll have your party with you, won't you? What's trustful about "What'i the maftert Scared?" ?Not exactly." She gulped. "He's —•horrible, - though. He gives me shivers When he looks at me . . . his eyes . . . like black coils . . ." A shudder.passed over her. "But if I must, I must. That's what I came here for." "The sooner the, better," Bowen advised.., "The Ambassador won't jut him Up rent free much longer. They're wise to his kind. He was probably counting on that pony of ais.to recoup his finances. What a winning that would have been! He's probably spent all he got from the .diamond rings and the bracelet lie took from Mrs. Jupiter, if he has let go of them at all. He may be keeping them still, afraid to turn them over to a fence for fear of being double-crossed. Well, maybe they'll come in handy to pay his board-bill with—diamonds are swell security." S O that was what the dark little man was summoning De Loma about! A reckoning of his bill. "But here's something I don't understand," Mary told him. "De Loma and the Countess are old friers. Co yftj JtpvoM She coul< be tit aw*omfltlc*t. 8he'» been run. nin« ftrottntt Kurej* with Bruce tor two of tHMi yttrt~4'M gathered that from thelf talk of different places therd «*e« together. And the Ply has to«a busy right here la thte countty, tot several-years, yon (old me. Before that he claims to hill from South America. He look* Spanish enough. At least, he looks like Spaniards do in the movies—1 float know that I've ever seed ft real' one. He has those funny side-burns,, and he's brown enough, goodness knows—" "Yoti don't ha.v« to go any farther than Rockaway to get a swell ton," Bowen reminded her. "I'm still digging-away at,his past- been putting in my spare time here going through the police morgue. I haven't set eyes on anyone yet that looks -like him, but 1 haven't given up hope. He picked up that Spanish Hugo Somewhere, so why not in this part of the country? He may have cOnie.up from Cuba, or some of these other islands. They're full of polyglot 'Spaniards'—usually ab'put one-third Spanish blood and twe-thlrds what-have-you. Not that it matters a damn If he's an Eskimo, but I've got a hunch that he left a nice little record behind in the place; he. started-from. And I Want to find it, wherever it is." "But about tomorrow night—" . "Yes, that's what we've got to plan for, now.. Have you got a costume?" "No, but trust me to get one. There must be shops . here—cos- turners who furnish the 1 society crowd with fancy dress. I'll go as the Empress of'All the Russlas or Cleopatra or somebody addicted to wearing quarts'of jewels, so that it will seem quite natural to trot the necklace out and show it off." Bowen nodded. "That's the girl.", "And look—what do you think of' this? . I'll tell everyone It's just a bauble from the five and ten "'and I'll be just a poor'enough Har that they'll know I'm /lying. It will make people twice as;sure It's the real thing, if I protest a lot and swear- It isn't—'/ .; • Bowen nodded, approvingly. "Don't. over-act, now, Juliet," he added. "Take it easy. Just a shade toa much fuss over it, and De Loma will be afraid to :touch It. He's cagey as the deuce, remember..Just because he seems.to be eating out of your hand, don!t think he's asleep . . . just that little coincidence of his acquaintance with your friend Louise is whatXresponsIble for his walking right up to the gun, like' that Her being there lulled his suspicions, or he might have hlgh> tailed it out of sight the minute ho saw you in the hotel." ' "Well, that's something to thank Louise for, at any rate," Mary admitted grudgingly. "Otherwise, she's a blot Bates thinks she's a crook. He's forgotten all about The Fly. Too busy trying to trip her up into making some sort of admission that will show him what her real game Is." "Oh, well, Louise is none of our affair. Bruce will give her the boot when he gets his land-legs and looks around this country a bit . . . some of these bathing beauties ought to make him drop his easel and run . . ." "That reminds me," Mary Interrupted. "I'm supposed to wangle a picture ot her somehow—for Bates to carry next his heart, I think, though he says it's to send home to the New York, police department. For a man who thinks he's out with the reincarnation ot Catherine de Medici and the Borgia family, he's having a better.time than any colloge sophomore I know!" M 8«$>t* fibwett W«« ttfttefc an idea, Tve got a friend oi the. paper down nere-^irftnkljr, he's been putting me up since 1 cut loose from the payroll and came flown here, tie has one of these cameras you hide in your pocket, and shoot when nobody knows it ft we could smuggle it in tomorrow, night ..." "Bring It yourself!" Mary cried delightedly. . • • * * • B OWEN bent on her a look of unutterable reproof, "Am I one of the Jdlo rich?" Ho threw out fair hands. "I hitch* hiked to this village, my dear lady, and I did not have a swallow-tail tied up in the handkerchief thnt served me as a trunk. Just a hobo, that's, me. A darling of the gods like you can't' realize what it is to be broke, I-know—" s Mary put out her hand in quick Sympathy. "1 can realize you've done all this for me," she said. Like flash she opened the bag she carried and took out a roll of bills which she thrust toward him. "Hey! Hey! Put that back!" Bowen growled at her, turning scarlet. He tossed the money roughly into her lap. "I'm not whining. I'm having a swell time—honest! I'll probably get a job here on the same paper my friend's on, and stay a While. One week's pay and I'll be sitting on top the wbrld. -Swimming every morning before breakfast—swimming every : night before I go to bed! Say! Why-floes anybody live In New York, anyway? No,. I only meant to explain that $10 a plate Is a little too steep a cover charge for little George just now, even if I had the duds to go with It. I didn't want you to think I was funking out at the last minute, though." Mary sighed. "You ought to let me stake you," she Insisted, gently. "Forget it, Bowen ordered curtly. "Wo'll get the picture. I'll wait in the street till you and tho others come out. You tip me off which one is her, and blng! We'll snap Her Highness' picture that way. And We'll, do It tomorrow." They left it at that for the present. Mary felt that she must get back before her absence was diSt v covered. She was resolved Bowepj, should come to the party, anyhow; His presence would steady her. He promised to telephone her next day. find/hear .what final arrangements li^d'been made for the Fly's recegf- tion' on .board the "Gypsy"—it he could be lured aboard. ' Back In the Ambassador lobby she turned aside for a minute at the magazine stand. If any pf her. party should meet her in the upper halls she had decided to say she had been unable. to sleep and had gone down to buy something to read. Town Tattle lay nearest her hand, but she drew away from it as if it would have burned her. Whatever shameful secrets It bad to re* veal, she didn't want to know them. And none of the lurid detective story magazines that hung before her seemed .to offer anything halt so exciting as her own life was proving. In the end, she bought a newspaper only, and stood a moment, holding It wide open before her at the society page. Suddenly the smooth flow ot a familiar voice made her lift.her head with a start. Cautjously she lowered the paper and looked over its edge. Not ten feet away, with their backs toward her, the Countess and De Loma sat close together on a mulberry velvet lounge, deep In low-voiced conversation. ' (To Be Continued) With the eyes of New York on him the'eyes of Marshal Petain were on New York, as this picture shows. Peering upward'at the skyscraper peaks of the' metropolis, the "Saviour of Verdun" is seen (left) with General JoKn J. Pershing as they rode up lower:*Broadway to City Hall where the French commander received the city's welcome. Here's a Tank at Home on Land and Sea '"""A new and formidable piece of land-and-sea fighting machinery is this amphibious tank, built in England. As Kg it above, the strange weapon is sailing half-submerged through the water at six miles an hour, driven fcoat by a. propeller and steered by a rudder. When it nears land, as shown lower left, it touches bottom and ' wades ashore. Lower right, the machine is seen as it appears on land, its caterpillar tread carrying it over at a speed of 4Q miles an hour. Note the guns projecting from the steel turret. ^^ ,<*>,. PUe ft «e Expert Succumbs at Atlanta E. Dow- oae of the country's most • eminent surgeons and the first physician in the South to devote himself exclusively to disease of the brain, <Jjed In a hospital here late Saturday a long illness, Funeral services will be held at 11 ». m. Monday in Atlanta, with burial jt« Oxford, Gs., beside the bodies of bjp pitcents. * BUI to Settle Flood Control Matters Sought LITTLJ5 ROCK.-(fl>)—A bill designed to settle by amendment several controversial points in the flood control act of 1928 by providing ade- qiiats protection and sufficient compensation, has been drawn by JudfB W. G. Street of Euroda, attorney loi U?e Southwest Arkansas levee district and will be subject for discussion at a megtHtf of the Mississippi River Flood Control Association at Washington just after congress nieets. Headhunters of Formosa are separated from the Cmnese and Japanese colonists by a 260-mile electrified wire An orange contains about 87 per cent water. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in tb# 4ewetftl w d*r of the Chancery Court ot Hempstead County, made and entered on the 8th day of October, A- D. 193* in 8 certain cause (No. 3423) th*n therein betw'eefl St. Louis Joint Stock. Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, complainant, and George S. Smith, et al, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at th,e front door or entrance of ,the Court House al Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hempstead, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Wednesday, the 25th day of November, A; D. 1931, the following described real estate, to-wit: The East Half (EVa) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of Section Tfrenty-Two (22); the Southeast Quarter (SE'/i) of the Noriheas Quarter (NEVi) of Section Twenty- two (22); the Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Twenty-two (22) in Townshii Ten (10) South, Range Twenty-five (25) West of the Fifth Principa" Meridian, containing 160 acres, more or less, in Hempstead County, Arkansas. AND, ALSO, the following r estate, to-wit: The South Half (S%) of-the Southeast Quarter (SEH> of Section Six (6) and the Northeast Quarter (NE'/4) of Section Seven (7), all in Township Eleven, South Range Twenty-five (25) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian containing 240 acres, more or less subject to right of way easement o; the Southwestern Gas & Electric Company over the Southeast Quartet (SEV4) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of Section Six (6), Township Eleven (11) South Range Twenty- five (25) West) all in Hempstead County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date »f sale until paid, and a lien beinj retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase Given under my hand this 3rd day o| November, A. D. 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery Nov. 4, 18. MHs Was Never tito Utia! Lets play "Authors" ngnln- The Importance of observing Book Week should not escape anyone s at* intiotti , There are many ways it can be ob- erved that will be of benefit to those bservlng It and to others. Read a good book. Take an inven- ory of your knowledge of what Is omg on In the literary world. , Who are the American ««thors who nve their name in our Hnll of Fame? Who Is the only American author •ho has won the Noble prize? Who won the lost Pulitzer prize? Help the Hope library by contnbut- ng good books and magazines, by olnlng, give a membership to some ne who would not otherwise have ne. . . It Is not the bigness of a town thai makes It attractive to the outsido world, but It must have quality. The lublic library has become recognized jg part of community life almost as mportant as the school and the Hope Jibrary supplies n great deal of the supplementary reading to the students of the Hope schools. Hope 1* second from a library standpoint to a great many towns in the itnte that are much smaller. "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our star, but in ourselves that we are underlings." Britain •& Younger Political Set Politicians begin young,in England. The recent stirring national election produced,this heated campaign scene .In front of a London public school. Thi enthusiasm of the youtHfcl party partisans, seen here cheering the speech o a boy orator, is in contrast to the traditional -lack of interest which American school pupils display in politics. Plans Long Hop A 6500-mile flight to Buenos Aires in five days' time is the goal that Martin Jensen, trans-Pacific airman, and Charles D'Ardussey have set for themselves. Here's Jensen standing in front of the special plane which has been groomed for the long voyage soon to start from York, Pa. They planned stops at Miami, Fla., Porto Rico, Trinidad, and Natal, Brazil. In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis Missouri, a Corporation . . . Plaintif vs. No. 2442 W. A. Nash, et al . . . . Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendants, W. A. Nash, Drucy Nash, B. W. Owens and Susie P Owens, and each of them, are hereb; warned to appear in the Chancer, Court of Hempstead County, Arkan sas, within thirty days and answer th complaint of the plaintiff, the Fed eral Land Bank of St. Louis, Missour. WITNESS My hand as Clerk of sal Court, and the seal thereof, on thl 4th day of November, 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Clerk of Hempstead Chancery Court Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. COMMISSIONER'S SALE In the Hempstead Chancery Court The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis Missouri, a Corporation Plaintiff Vs. No. 2427 Frances C. Cheek, et al Defendants WARNING ORDER The defendants, Frances C. Cheek, Charles E. Taylor, Sr., Mrs. Charles E. Taylor, Sr., R. L. Chambless, Sallie Chambless, John F. Chambless, Mrs. John F. Chambless, Mrs. Ollie Moss, Charley Chamberlain, Mrs. Charley Chamberlain, Ancel Watts, Mrs. Ancel Watts, Mrs. H. B. May, Mrs. Mamie Sanders, Walter K. Ames, Mrs. Walter K. Ames, Mrs. Wade H. grown, Mrs. J. P. Darby, Mrs. S. R. Dellis, Mrs. C. F. Farris, A. M. Brooks, Fannie Brooks, Jim Brooks, Nettie Brooks, Roy Massingale, Mrs. Roy Massingale, Irilla Jones, Otis Brooks, Essie Brooks, Wesley Brooks, Mrs. Wesley Brooks, Lee Brooks, Mrs. Lee Brooks, Cooper Chambless, Merlin Chambless, and each of them are hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the* plaintiff, The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri. WITNESS My hand as Clerk of said Court, and the Seal thereof, on this 6th day of November, 1931. (Seal) WILLIE HARRIS, Clerk of Hempstead Chancery Court. Nov. 6-13-20-29. Library Notes MMtf thin i hlofrnf»nt4£ of Li the* art tout 180 Wittm religions practiced in the United State*. . .— <•*•<*«• '—»~ Each of the hug* Mel db«S « W& Bfcnk of England vaults Wtlgh H tbns. _ i !•» B^l •»..!! II II f The poet laureate of IftjitHttI hold* his iob for life and Is not affected by any change In political parties. in the Chancery Court of Hempstead 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. 3. Woolen, and each of them, arc icreby warned to appear in the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arcansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plantiff, the Federal Land Bank of St Louis, Missouri. WITNESS My hand as Clerk of said Court, and the seal thereof, on this 4th day of November, 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Clerk of Hempstead Chancery Court Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26. WARNING ORDER No. 2488. In the Hcmpstond Chancery Court. R. F. Hunt Plaintiff Vs. Add Chambless, et al Defendants The Defendants, Lucy Chambless Taylor and Girlie Chambless Turner, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, herein. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 31st day of October 1931. (Seal) WILLIE HARRIS, Clerk Nov. 3-10-17-24. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tha in pursuance of the authority and d rections contained in the decreta order of the Chancery Court Hempstead County, Arkansas, mac and entered on the 6th dSy of No vember, 1931, in a certain cause the pending' therein between Peopl Building & Loan Asociation, com plainant, and R. Walkup et al., de fendants, the undersigned, as Commis sioner of said Court, will offer fo sale at public vendue to the highe bidder, at the front door or entranc of the Citizens National Bank of Hop in the City of Hope, in Hempstea County, Arkansas, within the hou prescribed by law for judicial sale on Thursday ,the 10th day of DC cember, 1931, the following describe real estate, to-wit: Part of the WV 2 WVi SW/4 of Sec tion 28. Township 12 South, Range 24 West, described as follows: Begin al a point on the east boundary line ot North Hervey Street (formerly Giles Avenue) in the City of Hope, Arkansas, 202 feet northerly from the northwest corner of Block 8 in said city, and run thence east 17 l k degrees north, at right angles to the boundary line of said street, about 100 feet to a point in the center line running north and south through the W% SWV4 of said Section 28, run thence north along said center line 55 feet, run thence west, 17'/2 degrees south, to a point on the east boundary line of North Hervey Street 54 feet northerly from the point of beginning, run thence southerly along the east boundary line of said North Hervey Street 54 feet back to the point of beginning. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of nine per cent (9%) per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Hen beiny retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 17th day of November, 1931 WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery Nov. 17 24. ] COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 6th day of November, 1931, in a certain cause then pending therein between The Citizens National Bank of Hope, complainant, and T. L. Rhodes, et al., defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance to The Citizens National Bank building, in the City of Hope, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Thursday, the 10th day of December, 1931, the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW'/i NEVi) and the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE'/i NW>/4 NE'/i) of Secton Three (3), in Township Thirteen ,(13) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 50 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser bejng required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent (8%) per annum from date of sale until paid,, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand thjs 17th day of November 1931. , WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery Nov 17, 24. Rent It! Find 111 Buy It! Sell tfl f With ,-;;:, HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, •The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per lino minimum 30o 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5Vi words to the line) NOT E—Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable On presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 ..«. i FOR RENT FOR RENT—-Five room house on Highway 67, Magnolia addition. Phone 1012. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 16-6tp WANTED—Second hand child s bed, large size. Phone 1C44-7 1 & 3 Up FOR RENT—A lovely new' south' I apartment 4 or 5 rooms. Private entrance. Hardwood floors. Built in features. Garage. J. M. Harbin, Hope Retail Lumber Yard. 16-3tc. * Three room apartment for rent at 126 North Hervey street, Mrs. John H. Arnold. 9-6tc LOST—Black and white setter, with name on collar, Reward. R. M. LaGrone, Jr. Wp FOR RENT—Modern five room house, with sleeping porch, on paved street. Phone 304 or GOG. ll-2tp FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. Call 730 i3-3t FOR SALE FOR SALE—Baby carriage, bed and play pen. In excellent condition. Call GO. 17-3tp. FOR SAl^E OR TRADE-^-Strawberry plantf, Kloh'dike y*rffety. Mrs. H. B. Smith, Highway 29. 3tp. Cows for Sale.—See S. P. Fields, Hope, Route 1. 12-3tp ""FOR" SALE—All my furniture at^ bargain prices. Apply 302 McRae street. W-5tc DEPENDABLE person to handle Watkins Products in Hope;, customers established; excellent earnings. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 90-3 Kentucky St,, Memphis, Tenn. (5-12-19-26) FOR SALE—One combination reproducing organ-piano. In good condition. ?60. See E. G. Coop. Franklin Horton. 10-6tc WANTED WANTED—Miss Maude Lipscomb to send dress to J. L. Green Cleaning Company on Tuesday, November 17th 1931 to be cleaned and pressed absolutely free. It • WANTED—A good fresh cow and young mule weighing about 800 Ibs. Will alcept these on account only from someone who is otherwise unable to pay his bill. L. M. Llle, Telephone 136. 12-3t "WANTED —Miss Martha Virginia Stuart to send one dress to J. L. Green Cleaning Co., to be cleaned and pressed absolutely free on Wednesday, November 18, 1931. It ~LOST LOST—Black and white setter. Three years old. $10.00 reward for return to R. M. Lagrone Jr. 17-3tp This Ray-Glo Heater FREE! To Some Lucky Person See Thursday's Paper Hope Hardware Co. Phone 45

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