Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1931 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 4, 1931
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-1 I Family Aids Accused Miner ' Magnolia College Band to Mike Week-End Tour s? • •* '••".. * <rf ft score of men accused In connection with the killing of four per- |tffe*lfctflan County, Ky., mine war, W. B. Jones, a miner's union *« shown, above at his trial in Mount Sterling, Ky. With him are his , two of their children, 5-year-old Madge (left) and Loretta, 9. Prairie • are having lots of. rain in this Qunity now. . ; i'and Mrs. W. T, Vickers psent ly night and Sunday wtih her Tom Wilson and family of 'Garland City. J ? Wormington and wife spent afternoon with his parents, id Mrs. W. T. Mormington of 'ace. ' te sorry to know that Mrs. Ce- idBay is suffering from a spider >arid Mrs. Roy Cornelius return- M^itheif home after spending sev- ilEjdays at this place "visiting. Rateliff called to see Miss ^Wormington Sunday after- 1*^ , Crania Mrs. Rube Henderson,"Mr. .'Monroe Townsend of Beck's *to visiting at this place. Fircless Cooker Two standard 150-watt electric lamps in the top and bottom of a new stove gives neat enough to cook an entire meal in three hours, insulated walls retaining the heat. Protecting Workers Before an employer can bring a foreign maid-srevant int oEngland, the Ministry of Labor has to be shown proof that the services of a British woman are not available. Some Fuel Bill American manufacturing industries spent about $1,500,000,000 for all kinds of fuel in 1929, and in addition purchased electrical energy to the value of nearly 5500,000,000, the U. S. Bureau of Census reports. , Sensational Discovery, 666 Salve A Doctor's Prescription for Treating Colds External!.-Everybody Using It—Telling Their Friends $5,000 Cash Prizes For Best Answers "Why You Prefer 666 Salve for Colds" The Answer Is Easy After. You Have Tried It «* Ask Your Druggist L- First-Prize $500.00; Next ten Prizes $100.00 each; Next Twenty Prizes $50.00 each' Next forty Prizes 525.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $10.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes ?5.00 each. In case of a tie identical Prizes will be award' - Rules: Write on one side of paper only. Let your letter contain no Wore than fifty words. Tear off Top of 666 Salve Carton and mail with letter to «6 Salve Contest, Jacksonville, Florida. AH letters must in by midnight, ~ ' '31,1932. Your Druggist will have list of winners by February 15th. ^idqyid or-Tablets with 666 Salve Makes a Complete Internal and External Treatment. I Adv. SPOTLIGHTS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY Only a Few Are Listed Below Pure Cane—With order cf $1.0 Oor more—10 Lbs. 45c Coffee Canova—Vaccuum Packed—Lb. 33c Apples Jonathon—Large Size—Dozen 17Y2C es Red Ball—Nice Size—Dozen 17V2 Potatoes Fancy Red Triumph U. S. No. 1 Smooth 10 Pounds We Ueese Best Full Cream Pound 17 l /2c Currents 15 oz. Telmo Brand Special 19c Crackers Fresh and Crisp 2 Pound Box 23c P-JV Butter High Grade—16 oz. Barrel Shape 18c Salt Meat JOWLS—Pound fie R. L, Patterson's Phone Free Delivery MAGNOLIA, Atk.--the A. and M. College bind Will tous? South Central Arkansas 'Friday,, visiting Stephens, Camden, Beard«ft, Fordyce and Thornton. Concerts wilt be played at the high school assemblies In these towns. Friday night, the baftd will present a program in Thornton high school gym as a part of the program celebrating the opening of Ihe new gyrfinasium there. ' ' Specialty numbers Will be presented by Miss Louise Wallace, pianist, of Waldo. Earl W. fifannon, director of the personnel department, will accompany the band. This is only one of many trips that the band will take during this school - Friday, tteeember 4 HOPE STAft AND 0A1MMESS. HOtt-A ••' ' " ....... •—^^^^^^••••••a**,^ 2 Narrowly Escape In Blaze at Horatio Fire Raze* Market Golf Buildings With Damage of $8000 HORATIO, Ark.— (XP)— Fire of. !un- tormincd orign razed the Poole niar- j ket and the D. C. Golf building here Thursday. The Golf building contained a barber shop, a pressing shop and the American Legion posl headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilson, living upstairs, narrowly escaped. DeQueon " ^H^^MMMMMM Columbia County Now Ii Shipping Uveitock MeNElL, Ark.^With the ariflounce- ment htat Columbia county has been freed from cattlo ticks, shipment of livestock to markets has started, A carload of young beef steers has already been shipped to East St. Louis. With the quarantine lifted, no certificate of dipping is new required. firemen were called. The damage was estimated at $8000. Chicago and Wisconsin have met annually on the gridiron—except three years—since 1684. for At least one thing Hoover and these foreign emissaries can Agree'on is a statement that they have not agreed on anything. Americans may be fast,'but Grand! has demonstrated he is still Fascist. A Baltimore girl, seeking divorce, said she was hypnotized when she was married. And who isn't? Despite the depression, a metropolitan laundry did a bigger business this year than last, Sure clean up! ISO Book* Ordered for Magnolia Library MAGNOLIA, Ark.—One hundred and eighty books are being bought for the Magnolia A. and M. college library, J. M. Pease, librarian, reports. These volumes include additions to practically every reference department In the library. <»••» • Ifi smoking there's no wuist, so the ads say. Seven members of Wisconsin's football squad will be lost by graduation this year. - — .•»•«» • The football team nt the reformatory In Pontiac, 111., hasn't lost a game in two years. Protects Fu*l Lifts* Tubing for airplane fuel Or Oil line! thnt is asserted* to resist frttttlre by strains or vibration Is covered with ollproof fabricated rubber, vulvanited to the metal. Straw Water "Dttns" . In the desert ranges of the West, sheepmen sometimes cover snowdrifts With straw" to delay melting ttstlod. This water tides them over early dry seasons. The lifting effort on an airplane is due to about one-third push from be« low the wing and two-thirds suction from above caused by the creation of vacuum above the wings. > Announcing a NEW CHEVROLET SIX THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE FOR t Faster, quieter getaway Smoother opera! Silent Syncro-Mesh shift Simplified Free Wheeling !'• '" ' ' ' •!•'.••>';' ' • ' , • ,'-•'!?',. •-»':' ; -.-": • ' • Improved six-cylinder engine Smarter Fisher Eodies 60 horsepower (20% increase) Greater comfort and vision 65 to 70 miles an hour T HE new Chevrolet Six comes outtomorr owl Its appearance strikes a smart new note in motor car styling. Its performance combines the greatest thrills of modern motoring. Its new features include many of the important developments in engineering and craftsmanship. It actually looks, feels, controls and performs like nothing you have ever associated with low price before. A few of the outstanding highlights of this new car are listed above—a few of the typical advancements and improvements that make the new Chevrolet such a Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Unequalled economy remarkable low-priced automobile. AJK! all of llicsin new features are offered in twenty different models— each styled in a new and distinctive manner in keeping with the finest traditions of Fisher craftsmanship. To develop such an outstanding automobile as tho new Chevrolet Si^ at such low prices, Chevrolet has utilized every advantage of its present position as the world's largest builder of automobiles. And Chevrolet presents this new car—proud in the knowledge lhat it represents the Great American Value for 1932. Michigan. Divition of General Moton PRICED AS LOW AS $ 475 F.O. B.FLINT, MICH. On display tomorrow, Saturday, December 5th SEE YOUR DEALER BELOW Young Chevrolet Co. Hope, Arkansas.

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