Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1931 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 20, 1931
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ftMSfH by Star Pubtlshlrtg Co., fite. i), at 117 South Main street, Heps, Ark. *. ' "• , Editor and *** , *fcrtt» ,f the ttftaffttt « Hope, Arkansas Uada ttc Act of March 3, 1897. ftseSK The Associated Press 8ll , ne r ^Pateh* « *H th l 1<lcal aewsnublished herein. dispatches herein are also reserved. UOH" Enforcement Difficulties Hcrtj. Jft| i toy Chapel **»** «ty carrier, » counties. $3.00 pef year, elsewhere M<ll H btwutator wtrlbutes, The Star's Platform Si'ir "- " r" 1 ^ aTla oiwiness 6acfc-i/a>ds sanitary »«'* Support the Chamber of Commerce.' A ™«*« ^«a V jtfofrram pr*Jd*g f or the consrtuction of ll-weather road each year, to gradually reduce the rTZcLalT m /-/° r ^ * rien " /ie Wi«Ite«l n practical benefits to Hcmpstead county's greatest the Free Arkansas from, hie cattle tick. ' — _ Where Community Work Counts Ite sis iiMroa-r-" r ^5M^?i^ ^o^XJr-.a: , -Sf^s^^s^yst^ —' : ^T n s ^TKSMKr "^ ° f '«*• etter swap than to take livestock out ind transplant it where-rfeed is going NOT/C * WAR r \v o Do You Their Late Date Ends in Death i.*' 1 Vn* "** ,'•'•'- • • ' .", - ' s?lot in Union rt ^$%^ Arkansas farming country is here, iculture have a >cl foundations of a i that comes out of Union county is not only Arkansas, but it is sound economics for the HIHI uaKota farmers and the country in general. When ed is scarce, livestock has to be, sold. If it isn't salvaged ., .,/ the farmers who do have feedstuff, then off it goes to the |L meat^packers at ruinously low prices. " ^^^^"h^^.Sp^Drtota farmer and the South Dakotan is ' ls 'load of hogs wouldn't interest us in Hemp- a shipthent of cattle might. What we need credit bank or farmer-business man's pool to „..-- jucn a movement as El Dorado has launched the drouth area of South Dakota, heedless to say, the prime figure in this El Dorado story i- "- -"i-'Vw tc ° Junty farm a ^ eni Mr - Smith used to here until Hempstead cut out the county agents' work onn L know _that economy rules the land today. But what is , .economy? Is it driving South Dakota hogs off to the meat ^.packers for 'a song, when with a little concerted effort £ Hempstead county farmers could manage them throno-h th P f% Winter at a prof it? K Charles McKeen,"' formerly of this city, and for the past four years secretary of the Mercantile Trust Co., of Little Rock, has accepted a position with the State National Bank of that city, and will become vice-president and active manager of that institu- iqn. Dr. H. H. Darnall, of Columbus, wai in the city yesterday, en route to Texarkana. ^ ' ' •* TEN YEARS AGO J. W. Norwood, dealer in general merchandise, of Ozan, was in Hope today on business. Mrs. Ode Stuart is enjoying a visit from her grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Johnson, of Little Rock. Thos. M. Anderson left yesterday for few days business visit to Little Rock" and Fort Smith. Rosston Rt. 2 iBARK Blevins, McCaskill Celebrate written the Blevins Special School district is r w • ne ^y-completed buildings at Blevins and McCaskill Friday The celebration at Blevins marks the successful consolidation of ten local districts into one This year a brand knew high school building has been erected at Blevins, the old structure has been remodeled as a fine grade school; and the McCaskill building has been enlarged and improved. As W. J. Whiteside tells us in one paragraph of • T news-story in last Tuesday's Star, this is the thrilling story of District No. 34: From a two-teacher rural school it has grown into a 15-teacher system carrying a fully-accredited four-year high school course. From a two-rccm frame building the plant has been increased to three brick itiuctures with a total of 19 class-rooms, an auditorium with a 500 seating capacity, an office and a library room. t u H I r( ? is an accom P 1 i s hnient that will outlast the memory 01 hard times. Although we use money for a measuring stick lortunes come and go, and good years and lean years are a never-ending cycle. But the thing that rides by our side forever through life is the permanent record we have built in our schools, our churches, and the trained and law-abiding people which these institutions turn out to carry on the work Of the community. Published reports tell us these are hard times—but getting better. Blevins and McCaskill planned big works because they knew that what they proposed to do had no relation either to prosperity or panic. And the record of years to come will show they are right—for in this work Americans never have been wrong. Several corporations are alleged to mve made a senator a gift of $100,000 o lobby for a sugar tariff. That was weet of them. New Jersey is eliminating 41 grade crossings. Which means Ithat hard mes are coming to Jersey repairmen, octors and undertakers. But Senator Norris proposes giving IB unemployed highway work, and hat will put several thousand more n the road. A Texas college is giving a course in canoeing. Canoe imagine that? Daisies won't tell, but neither will a pansy. Health is fairly good at this writin We are glad to report that Bur Burns is improving. '" Our school at Bodcaw is good. W have an excellent bus driver, Ear Herring. Herbert Burns of Nashville visite nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burn Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Butler spen Sunday with C. W. Butler and fam ly. Willie Mitchell of Spring Hill spen Wednesday night with G. C. Mitche nd wife. Mrs. Joe McKissack and Mrs. Olen Rhodes of Rosston visited Mrs. John Grant Thursday. Mrs. Mildred McWilliams Of Prescott spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Butler. Bill Martin and family visited relatives at Willisville the .past week end. - . . . Robert Butler and family spent Sunday with Hlnton Martin and family. A 426 mile road reaching from Conneaut on Lake Erie to EMt Liverpool and near Cincinnati on the Ohio river, has been opened. Meet Equal WINNIPEG, Can.-Bailiffs may bother a lot of people but they met a tartar in Mrs. Jessie Cawchuk. After waiting 36 hours for her to return home so they could execute a writ of possession granted to her landlord, they entered the home through a window and found her in bed, fast asleep. But that wasn't all. In moving her possessions, they came across a trunk that was so heavy they had to send 1 for reinforcements. When the trunk was finally moved to the street and opened, it was found to contain a quarter ten of sand and ashes. When Jane Casey, above, 20, returned from a date at one a. m. with Oliver Peck below,-28, at LaHarpe, 111., her father, Dr. O. L. Casey, quarreled with the young man and is alleged to have fatally wounded Peck. The father claims the gun accidentally discharged. Mrs. Margie Crowley, of Madisonville, Ky., died at 96, leaving 215 descendants. Can't Decide MILWAUKEE, Wis.-Mrs. Phyllis Banasynski, 26, evidently experiences considerable difficulty in making up her mind. After having started six divorce actions against her husband, Theodore, 26, and dropping them in favor of reconciliation, she has started her seventh action against him because, she charges, he has called her I vile names since their last reconciliation. They have two children. Rent It! Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 ijjsertion, lOc per lino minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 26 Insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5H( words to the line) NOTE—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 FOR RENT FOR RENT-A lovely new south apartment 4 or 5 rooms. Private entrance. Hardwood floors. Built in features. Garage. J. M. Harbin, Hope Retail Lumber Yard. 16-3tc Coasting along to Health m TO i, ji '"~ * Squabble 1 1 IS hardly surprising that the committee chosen by Pres- 1 Jdent Hoover to pass on the "abysmal ignorance" charges r, the head of the Navy League should have turned in a re;.-., UDholding the president. The charges voiced bv the Navy .'•-••: president were wild, on their face; that the gentle:- -:•.; . ?(zking out of turn could be deducid a.s soon o-; , :. •..cr.-.cr.t v/as read. Jnc'tecL now that the smoke of battle has died away it js pc.uib'c to wonder whether President Hoover needed to take any notice ol the accusation in the first place A pro- ^ Oin e very we ji, thank you, is B; ng , Boston patranda organization is expected to attack any public offi- " cl _ u ' ches -' Th « device was rigged up to enable BingTJ cial who does things of which it does not approve and most ^ */ r Z! I> *r- way bu r ' irs> 8fter an ™*° m °w° had struck people pay very little attention. ' ' ^^^"^ P r ' James ^ ay «". FWiadei P hi a . i, FOR SALE-Baby carriage, bed and Play pen. In excellent condition. Call "• 17-3tp. FOB SALE OR TRADE-Straw berry plants, Klondike variety. Mrs H. B. Smith, Highway 29. 3t p , Watkins Products in Hope; customers established; excellent earnings. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 90-3 Kentucky St. Memphis, Tenn. (5-12-19-26) LOST ,„ ,? ST ~ Strayer or Stolen-Small Walker hound, white and black spots. *eward for return. Collar with name 'Wall Gwin." Phone 840. ,20-3tc LOST—Black leather purse, zip closing, Monday night at Methodist hurch or between church and Citizens bank. Return to Hope Star. 3t LOST—Black and white setter. Three years old. $10.00 reward for re- WANTEP . r. r. ames ay o aep a h c tr.almin's un'il he movers frcm his injury. on g ng Bi S WANTED-Mrs. .i,,hnni« McCobe to re.no one dress in J. L. Green Cleaning rompanv to be cleaned and pressed absolutely free, on Saturday, November 21, J.931. it HELP W~ANTED^"Sell Ps^uTTrees. 50% f-'Tunission ofH free trees fox p"xt 30 f^t^^.s. Write Stewart Pecan Co., \ aldostu, Ga." 20-3t Mr. art* % s tetf\ Jordon of Fort Jjorth vlrttwJ their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Anay Jorddh and family Oil Miss Jullfl Bearden spent Sunday with fiyftfl Plekard of Rocky Mound Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hamilton o Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis of Rot\ty Mound were the diner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher Sun day. Fnye Turner vistied Myrtle Bearden Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Ensterllng and children of Melrose spent a few dsys this week with Mrs. Easterllngs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jordon, I. A. Fincher of Union is visiting with his son Fuff and family and also Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher this week. Misses Shirley and Julia Bcardcn and Ralph Hunt of this place and Helen Fincher and Vernor Messcr of Rocky Mound went to. the ball game at Rosston last Friday night to bring Doyle Purtle home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jordon and Mrs. Andy Jordon and son Raymond motored to Shreveport Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Turner nnd children spent a while Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnston spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Turner. Mrs. Ethel Fincher spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. A. R. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher spent Saturday night with her parents of Rocky Mound. Jim Cumbie -and son. J. T., Nolen Lewallen and Earl Fincher went to CTear lake Monday and Tuesday to fish and hunt. They reported catching plenty fish and some clucks while there. Othal Messev of Rocky Mount! spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with J. T. Turner. Judge in Nan's Libel Suit Federal Judge' John M. Killlts, bove, of Toledo, Ohio, has been hear- ng Nan Britton's $50,000 libel suit gainst a Marion, Ohio; hotel operator. Nan Britton is authoress of "The President's Daughter, the "answer" of which she said the hotel man published, thereby allegedly defaming her. Parrlsh Flnchor spent Tuesday afternoon with Joe Taulbee. Willie Henry is reported to be some better at this time. He had the misfortune of getting his foot cut in a Wire fence. A horse which he was riding run into the fence with him. r •»•••«•*•• -^iir^^r**^ «nwi«i VM •nur Acquitted bv Jury Tr*y Butler, of Cave Spring* Bank Testifies in Shortage Cute BBNTONVILtJE, Artt.^|*)-A jury curly Thursday acquitted Troy Sutler, former cashier of the Bank of Cave Springs, on a charge of actitptlng deposits In an Insolvent bihk. Butler, ns the last witness Wednesday, denied any responsibility lor a $14,000 shortage that bank examiners said they found In the bunk* books. While admitting that he Was keep- Ing the books badly,'Sutler attributed thirto Illness and the death of his wife which worried him. A former academy building at Sou' Salem, O., attended by former cttor Fofaker of Ohio, is now a libror and museum. f ll I A state cigarette tax in Ohio netted one county 34 cents In two weeks. Painful Piles Go Quick—No Cutting—No Salves It takes only one bottle of Dr. J. Lconhardt's prescription—HEM-ROi —to end itching, bleeding, protrudiii piles. This internal remedy acts quick ly even In old, stubborn cases. HEn ROID succeeds because it heals ar restores the affected parts and moves blood congestion In the lo bowel—the cause of piles. Only an it] ternul medicine can do this, thai why salves and cutting fall. Ward Son say HEM-ROID Tablets must etj your Pile misery or jnoney back.—Ad MkiousHealf •fremFrefh ftire Truth crushed to earth will rise again. So will your finances, if you trade with us. We reduce the cost of living for you. Help you save Christmas money. It is the policy of our stores t obring you foods at the lowest possible costj. Why pay more when you can buy here for less? Standard Green BEANS No. 2 can 4 Cans 25c White Eagle SOAP 10 Bars 19c Red Sour CHERRIES 2 No. 2 cans 25c ORANGES 12 Lbs. (peck) Country Club CRACKERS 2 Pound Box 19c 39c Jewell Brand COFFEE 3 Pounds 50e CRANBERRIES Two Pounds 25c Ginger Snaps or FIG BARS 2 Pounds Florida GRAPE FRUIT 10 For 19c Compound LARD 8 Lb. Pail 63c White POTATOES Ten Pound* 17c Rome Beauty APPLES Fancy—4 Lbs. 19 c Good Value BROOMS Only Libby's or Del Monte PINE APPLE Sliced or Crushed 'No. 1 can—3 for 25 Best Grade Pound Brisket Roast Pound lOc Pork Shoulder—-i/ 2 or K. C. Round|» Steak— K. C. Loin Steak—Ib. Veal Chops—pound .... Veal Round 'Steak—Ib. Vea! Loin Steak—Ib. Veal Shoulder-lb Lamb Leg—Ib Lamb Chops—Ib Lamb Stew—Ib. 25 Pot Roast Cut From Shoulder Pound 12 1 /2C whole....! 2 l / 2 c Ib 20c 20c - 15c 25c ....20c 15c 20c 20c 15c Country Club FLOUR Price Per Barrel $3.16 Pork Sausage Country Styl< 2 Pounds 25c Sliced Bacon RINDJLESS Pound Pork Chop*—-Ib. Country Club Butter Select Oysters—pint 35 C Blue Channel Cat—Ib. . JJ9c Fresh Water Buffalo—Ib... J6c Home Baked Ham—Ib 45 C Home Boiled Ham—Ib. 40c Baked Pork-Ham—Ib 45c Hickory Smoked Bacon-^lb. 16c Star Ham, ends—Ib !2>/, c

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