Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1931 · Page 8
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«>aw^^ ___ pnatt 3, CaL—"If a bicyclist uses highways, he does so as a ^ ft user. And as a legitimate t should pay-his share toward fcij^teitemce " ' I C. O. J. Wolfe, a retir ; of Vallejo. But he went tt reasoning. He sent a _ -_f It to the California Depart- t, of'Motor Vehicles. ~ ^ffom one who wishes to pay fait for benefits received." 'Her explained. "I have gone > miles on my bicycle. cents per galloni and a rate approximately one • of, gasoline per 100 miles, I owe 84 cents Bat I hope by ,,_ st of the year to get in the full mileage that $1 at two cents per gallon would give" ' furthermore, although his bicycle , tisesno gasoline, Wolfe announced his ntention of contributing every year sEhe> registrar's office of the state 9 * notar vehicle department was some- Uwat puzzled There is no provisions f «* collecting a "gas tax" from horses, *- !ii -*-S( or other highway users that ; . j gasobne And there is no au- Horitjr for acceptance of a fee from a "clis rider. • Itussell Bevans acting registrar, -tied' the $1 check to Wolfe, ex"le reason, but commending 3f justice and honesty. WfA**"* " no 'conscience' payment," ,4aye5a < 'W.Qlfe,,who'impresses one more "***--. fe educator than a machinist. "I false to establish myself m my 1 as a legitimate user of the ^ iTf&ea I first started riding for my I : .healffi, several times discourteous mo- ioriist^'crowded me off the highway . intentionally. Twice I was injured* by ' -being; sideswiped." " "^JK^Iy years' work at a machinist's ;& resulted in a peculiar body dis- Kjrdet, a feeling of atrophy in his legs t q ai4 abdominal muscles. For years he 5, used, rigid diet A couple of years ago he went in for gymnasium work and*'then for motorcycling Over a year ago he switched to ^bicycling Occasionally he rides 50 ,i'miles a day. He figures his bicycle ? mileage at 4400 *f, *MThe fact that he is not a contributor for use of the highways is not his A SALE THAT SAVES ON THINGS YOU NEED Cold weather! Christmas almost here! It's time to plant Christmas gifts. Give useful rift* this y^give something to wear, Not in 15 year, ha. your dollar bought*, much a. ^Hhesf Warm Blankets Men's Smart Hats ,, won't last long at this bargain price. You'll need a supply these cold nights. Colorful plaids, attractive borders-part wool blankets, very * " }' ' warm. Sale price 85c Drunk Driving Charged jfj , Man Following Crash WICHITA FALLS, Tex as .-(^p)-c. 'WSims, of Fort Worth, whose car ^ crashed into a bridge railing on the ' ^urkburnett road near here Saturday Ji-'Slight, Sunday was chraged with driving while intoxicated. The complaint „was filed by County Attorney L. V. ;„ Abemathy, 1 S,ims is in a hospital here for treatment of a severe head injury his cnm- panlons, including his wife, Mrs. Valt «rja Young, Mrs. J. C. White and Vic 3™ a ' rI P r escaped with minor injuries. y All except Sims pleaded guilty to in- 'tcxiq8tfon when arraigned in justice court Sunday. 1, Samuel (Porky) Levine, goalie for ttw Kansas City Ula-Mors, is the only Jewish hockey player in pro competi- IfARKER'ji HAIR BALSAM Remote J Dandruff-Stop, Hair Falling I Impart* Color *nd B«*uty to Cray and Faded H«4r YOU *a& -sr"% ir EL IN BUYING IT^BAKINC )M^ JB^i-^Wi^ 'POWDER in KCU«L£SSth*no| high pric«d One lot of unusually bril- • • - ! : . -, •..'..' t ,, S liant patterns 'in sweaters for Ladies and Mis ers for ladies and misses. Novelty slipover or coat styles—solid colors, and brilliant plaids and combinations. Sale prices from -- ' A special purchase of silk lined felt hats, in, smart brown and gray shades. All standard shapes. Values up to $4.00. Sale price, choice * 98c to $2.98 Men's Work Shirts Unusually cunning are these sweaters for the little tots. Bunny designs on the pockets of some. Warm and serviceable. A great assortment to select from. Sale price only The famous "Red Kap" work shirts-built for hard service. Will stand months of wear, and every time they are washed they look better. Sale price MEN'S AND BOYS' SIZES — Garment 500 SUITS Values to $35.OO WE MUST SELL THESE SUITS BEFORE CHRISTMAS! SO, WE'VE SLASHED THE PRICE SO THAT YOU CANNOT OVERLOOK SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY. 2 PANTS SUITS NOW Overalls Jumpers Misses Coats A big assortment of coats, many with fur collars. Brilliant colors. Made as carefully as Mother's. Cunning styles. And what a saving at this sale price $2.98 I Lot Baby Shoes A value that has brought hundreds of customers back into our store. 220 weight blue denim overalls, double and triple stitched throughout. Suspender or high .back Suit 98c. Not in the history of this store have we ever offered, or even seen so much value for $14.85. Rich .browns, attractive grays, smart blue patterns—all patterns are new—all styles are correct, and right up to now. Every suit has two pairs of trousers—and the extra pair doubles the wear. Now is your chance to own a new suit for Christmas at a much lower price than you would expect. Some of the neatest and smartest styles and patterns shpwn in this section this season—every suit is a new one, just purchased this season. , Think of it! only $14.85. A $35.00 2 pants suit for Men's Dress Oxfords Blucher style oxfords, in black kid leather. A $2.50 value. Comfortable last. Sale price $1.98 An cxcc'lent value in a high top shoe for the baby. Solid leather soles- soft uppers. Worth $1.00 and more Made for growing feet—In Is of toe room. Several different styles. Bargains ai Men's Hi Tops Blucher style high top shoes, in black calf leather. A special value in a good, comfortable sHoe. Sale price 75c HIGH TOP SHOES Boys' and Girls school and dress shoes for winler days. Sizes 5 to 2. Comfortable and serviceable—lols of toe room. Made of food leather. Sale prlco $1.98 Ladies Silk Dresses SPECIAL SELLING OF CLEVER STYLES IN FROCKS AT A PRICE YOU CAN'T OVERLOOK $2.98 Consisting of values up to $5.00 and more. Correct styles of this season's design—made of rich silken fabrics, according to the authentic Fall styles. But we're clearing them out at $2.98. To $IO.OO Coats LADIES AND MISSES WARM COATS-CAREFULLY STYLED—MANY FUR TRIMMED. $2.98 $3.98 In two groups. Brown, blue, gray shades and black. Most all have fur collars and many have fur cuffs. In all sizes. Bargains at this price. Now you can own a coat for only a few dollars. Union Suits Men's heavy ribbed Union Suits—$1.00 values, sale price 75c Boys' and Misses Union Suits—50c values, sizes 4 to 16. Sale price 39c School Pants Latest novelty and conservative patterns for the school boy. Sizes 4 to 16. Every shade. Made for long wear. 98c 98c Geo, W. Robison PRESCQTT THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE HOPE / _? c NASHVILLE

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