Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 25, 1931 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 25, 1931
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ftttt it! Find It! iuy It! Sell It! *~ With • iPE STAR NT ADS more you tell, Quicker you sell. f/fa^tion, lOc per lino pt IL 'ifeliiimufli 3ro (.'insertions, 7c pe* line* r.lfiseftlons, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 assertions, 5c per line, _ words to the line) § a^t> fe—VVant advertisements ac- er the telephone may be _ with' the understanding _IU&rbill is payable on presen- yatibli bf statement, the day of first blication. f»hone768 ' b'-N ' FOR RENT — Furnished .4 room at private bath. Phine 576. 23-6tp to "Platinum Blonde" Friday "Saehger Mrs. Guy Card.; OR'JftENT—Nicely furnished apart- t with adjoining bath. Bills paid. "Ik ?M'South Main street. 23-3tc BW apartment, private »close 'in, modern, reasonable.. &«th Main street. 24-3tc. ,t to "Platinum Blonde" Friday Mrs. J. L. Britt. SALE — Accredited White Cockerels. $1,000 each. H. r, Hope, Route 4 24-3tp j*j"£ Admit to "Platinum Blonde" Friday «^i< "the Saenger Mrs. Steve Carrigan. I* 1 *. FOR KENT— Five room house on 67, Magnolia Addition. Tele. Mrs. J. E. Schooled 61 Briom with board for rent. Decem- Mrs. S. R. Young. 320 South Phone 374W 25-3tp FOR SALE to "Platinum Blonde" Friday ie' Saenger Mrs. W. W. Duckett *,-£*• SALE" OR" TRADE—Straw- iency.«ptants, Klondike variety. Mrs. •" ** *~- !i h, Highway 29. 3tp.. •r f - LOST ™,—„- -White gold Elgin Wristwatch KBteck, and white facing with black and »«*. J35—-^ jj race j et . Reward. Return Star. ' 23-Sf —Moon stone pin, on east side Post Office. Please return to - 23-3tp -ft v A(|mit to ."Platinum Blonde" Friday ) at ffie Saenger Mrs. W. Y. Foster. >-' -u *<v«?r—Black ' leather purse, zip .^.closing, Monday night at Methodist church or between church and Citi- Scns-bank'. Return to Hope Star. 3t NOTICE Admit tov'Tlatinum Blonde" Friday >' at the Saneger Mrs. J. A. Embree. **.•/ NOTICE—You'll miss the best if ^ vojt don't take that business course at At' 1 the Four States Commercial College . Iv.st Texarkaha. We accept cotton at $!""! 8c T»und. Write for particulars, etc. " J, W. Hill, mgr. 24-6t 4, SPECIAL Thanksgiving Dinner 50c aV Hotel Black, Washington, Arkansas 24-2tp. WANTED ' f "WANTED—To buy a second hand ^ riano. Must be in good condition. Please state cash price. Box 338, Hope i • Ark. 25-3tc Cardui Had Helped Her During Girlhood "I WAS tirea all the time — had misery In my bat* and ttidea that kept me feeling bad," writes Mrs, H; H. Penn, j 939 Front St., Portsmouth, QWo. "I was m a nervous and weakening condition. I lost in weight, "During girlhood, mother had given me Cardui, and it had helped me so much then that I decided to take it again. I took several bottles and m? strength began i to return and I gained inj weight, I soon lost that! ti?ed and weary feeling, i "Cardui n*s done me a great deal of good since then.! J have taken Cardui several | times . . . and have b*?n benefited. It does me of good, and J am alw ready tQ recommend it." SSH-U OARPUI f/isifc Card's Toyland Friday Nov. 27. You are cordially invited to attend the opening of Ward's Toyland Friday, November 27th. Come, bring the Kiddies. See the wonderful selection of toys Ward's have to offer, you this season. The articles listed on this page represent only a small portion of the stock you will have to select from. Come make your selections now. USE WARD'S LAY-AWAY PLAN. ALUMINUM DISH SET 5 Pieces RUBBER BALLS Large and Colorful RUBBER BALLS Medium Size WARDROBE TRUNK For 'Dollies Cloths Stake Truck Dump Truck SINGING TOPS For the Kiddies ...... ., DOLL FURNITURE For, the Little Girl '.INDIA & CHECKER GAME .................... : 50c FIRE ENGINES —M e c h a nical truck with a driver! Has an automatic gong!. $1.00 PEDAL BIKE— Develops young legs! Enameled green with, or• ange stripe. $1.00 SAND TOYS- For young contractors. Works like a real sand dredge! Full the lever and it dumps its ;oad like a big truck! J3'£ in. long; steel $1 TOOL CHEST- 12 fine tools in a real carpen- ter'e box. A bargain, too! Roomy body! Removable stakes! Orange and black enamel! 21 '4 inches long; ....steel ............... $1.00 IB1N PLANE — 5149 value! Spring motor turns wheels and propellor! TOY TEA SETS of aluminum for real parties! 14- picces! Teapot! plates, cups; etc. k FOURTEEN, COMBINATION GAME JAPANESE BALL GAME '.._...:: •- TWIN TARGET , GjkME ............,....:.... BUMPA A. B. C. ' 44c _ 'O ALL METAL ti SCOOTERS fiS DREADNAUGHT ALL ' T METAL WAGON ..... 90 v FORWARD ROLLER BEARING WAGON 1000 MILE ROAD I TEST WAGON TOY FEDAL AUTOMOBILE • F STANLEY TOOL CHEST DOLL BEDS For the Little Girls MAMMY DOLLS For the Little Miss TEDDY BEARS For the Kiddies CLIMBING MONKEY , For the Kiddies HORSE & CART For the Boys TOY BLOCKS AND WAGON Solid Oak,Roll-Tfep Desk Sets 7 : For "Hoihe Mtoi^r $5.49 School work will 1 beJ.'fJftished before you know it with- everything so handy. Desk 30x13x19 in. and a Chair. . Doll Carriages Of Woven Fiber; for the Dally Rides & the Christmas Parade! $2.49 F. or a' prize baby! Rubber tires, reclining jack. Size over- til, 24x26 inches. HIGH CHAIRS —for baby dolls. Enarriel finish. Swing tray. NESTED A. B. C. BLOCKS ...-! TOY HORNS For the Children . STICK HORSES For the Children U. S. MARINE AEROPLANE PANAMA PILE DRIVER .-. Velocipedes! For Tiny Tots! $3.15 Has 20-inch front whegl. Built for the most active ypungster! Enameled steel, • rubber tires. Others at $2.98 to $4.39. TRANSFER PICTURE PUZZLE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS AEROPLANE THE FRIENDLIEST STORE IN TOWN Pool Table, 2 Cues and Balls! Table Is Collapsible! $7.98 Green felt base and live rubber cushions. Composition numbered balls. Metal rack. Other tables at $4.98. Walker & Stroller For Baby at Creeping Stage. Reaps Him Above Cold Floors! $3.95 Folding handle makes stroller! Back and foot rest; rubber tires. Enameled. Steel Pull Train Locomotive mid Pullman Car! Great Fun For A Small Boy! $3.98 2-foot engine and 2-ft. Fullman car. Black and red enameled auto body iteel. 98c CLEANING SETS for, neat little housewives. Corn broom, 2 dusters, and pan. $1.00 3TEEL TECH— Builds over 100 tnle chanical toys!* 3-Piece Enameled Table & Chairs An Exceptional Value! $2.98 Large enough for real meals and fo rtea parties too! Table 20x16x18 inches, and' 2 Chairs .0-nches high. Decorated; choice }f colors. $1.00 HOOK & LADDER—Bright red! 3 ludclers, bell and rubber tires. $1.00 TOY CRANE— Runs on rubber tra.ctor treads Works just like a big crane! . $2.49 They're Dressed in Their 'Best" Waiting For You! TAL'KING DOLLS who will call you "mama"! Dark wavy hair, and eyes that go to sleep. . Dressed : i : LITTLE GIRL-DOLLS 'who want hqmes too! Dressed in smartest clothes. Painted hair d fifl , & I .UU BABY. DOLLS dressed up with bonnets 1 oh. Ready to.be taken home. Composition bodies; . painted hair 50c $1.39 RE E D SULKY —for D o 11 y's daily ride. Of woven fiver— enameled green. $1.00 27-Inch B A S I- NETS for sleepy dolls. Hardwood in colors; Wooden wheels. $1.00 ELECTRIC R A N G E - It looks like Mother's! Cooks and bakes! RACING CAR- WOW! What speed! Built like Maj. Seagrave's famous race car. ELECTRIC—A real line! Electric locomotive with headlight, 2 cars, trans- fl» M (|O former and 88-in. at curved truck ^•f.wW Others up to MECHANICAL—Engine, curs and 81 inches of track O'.hcrs ut STAKE TRUCKS. Room for a big cargo! Orange and black enameled steel! $1.00 COAST DEFENSE GUN-6 shot repeater. 25 wood ammunition balls! BAKING SETS —12-pc. aluminum set, board and pin. Other Sets. .98c A Whole Noah's Ark of Toys For Little Tots'. Dashing horses, clegs and even elephants! On wheels. Strings for pulling them! atSOc Elephants, rate horses, billy gouts, cats and dogs! Thoroughbreds all! M O N J G O M E R Y WA R D & East Second Phone 930 Hope, Arkansas ***** Your Neighbor Saves Money at Ward'*—Why Don't Y

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