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\ '^ • In Star Publishing do., Inc. bufitfj at W South Main street, Hope, Ark. , WAsHJStfflN, Sffitof and Pnbllshw kldss fflrtte* at the jSostoff ice at Hope, Arkansas " ' ' the Act of March 3, 1897. "jtlffhs Assodsted Press; ¥he Associated Press Is exclusively for publication of ail news dispatches credited to It or _, ad lii this {x&per and also the local news-published herein. '^production of special dispatches herein are also reserved. •Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for all tributes, cards or memorials, cottceining the departed. Commercial to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers Of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility piftg or reutrn of any unsolicited manuscripts. aper is an institution developed by modern civilization to i of the day, to foster commerce and industry, through widely _BS«fte«tS, and to furnish that check upon government which i had ever been able to provide."—Col. H. H. McCormick. p,. of can forget m$> friends arts Sarah Lou, i fruits. [ aorrt \U!«lttjy little m? tittlfe sister, <3uy Simmons. m Mates (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per : Mi&aths |2.tS; one year $5.00. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada, ' and LaFayette counties.; $3.00 per year, elsewhere §5.00. 7 The Star's Platform CITY the revenues of the municipal power plant to develop the And social resources of Hope. tity pavement in 1931, and improved sanitary conditions in _ i ttttd business backwards. &ott the Chamber of Commerce. COUNTY torinty highway program providing for the consrlwctlon of a Umout of all-weather road each year, to gradually reduce the ^.mileage. "etlt and economic support for every scientific agricultural Which offers practical benefits to Hempstead county's greatest t former organizations, bettering that co-operatiue effort 1 1» the country as it is in town. STATE progress on the state highway program, taut reform, and a more efficient gocernment through the em of expenditures. ': Arkansas from hte cattle tick. Understanding Wars ozen are'interested in making an experiment in the back- i«nds of war, you might try, some day, asking ten or - of your neighbors just what the present rumpus in "ia is all about. chances are that not one of the group will be able t you an intelligent answer. ,»e newspapers have done an excellent job of present- Lthe issues involved. Yet the whole business is very far •;jr,/and the names of the men and places in the news dis- ihes are hard to pronounce and even harder to remember. fffpsk of us just can't become interested.* t, when you stop to think about it, is just about ippens in most wars. When the trouble first pops up i'open the issues are, generally, fairly clearly present„,,„„ |jk'sides have a chance to present their arguments, and •dneVwho cares to study it out can get a pretty good no- $jf;what as at the bottom of it all. Itiltfew people take the trouble to do so; and presently lo, late. Real war begins, and from that moment it is ; impossible to get at the truth. The opening of actual "•rouses passions and prejudices before which any ob- '"ghing of rival assertions is impossible. L4 the ordinary American paid only a casual at- k the rising of the war cloudt. All through those ? July days we let the trouble overseas remain just what ^Manehurian trouble is today—somewhat incomprehen- s.tabout which we need not bother ourselves. hen, in August, it became forever too late. War began. pjaf- propaganda rolled over the land. People who had aething at stake in the war became stridently vocal. Our ? ; eHahceto get a dispassionate and equable verdict on the Biet was, gone. years later this war that was so incomprehensible had engulfed us. ^ , > one knows just what is going to be the upshot of the Bculties in Manchuria. But whatever happens, now is the for us to examine the situation and find out just exactly is at the bottom of it. A little later it may be too late. i CO AHEAD.' 1 VYAWTED »GO FIRST/ YOU' •WW'*> £vtt/^> ff «&• fr \ Do You TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Obe Wilson, of Fulton, was in the city yesterday. Jess L. Hollis, of Camden. was in the city yesterday. W. H. Etter of Washington, was in the city yesterday. TEN YEARS AGO me' Amphibian 'War Tanks HjJWSPAPERS the other day printed pictures of a new ^tank devised by British army experts—an amphibian reation, that can swim through the water and use a for)le turret gun while it swims, and that can maintain a ^ ije. speed on dry land. It is suggested that a fleet of ese tanks would be extremely valuable to a general who |S trying to land troops on a shore held by enemy forces. jj'' Now.the interesting thing, right here, would be to find What the veterans of England's Gallipoli expedition of t ,5>jnight think about it. For that expedition began •vyith g ,e-lanaing of troops on beaches manned by Turkish soldiers frith, m'achine guns; and the landing resulted in casualties so -*-- j,2g that the entire expedition was cursed from the How many lives might not a few tanks of this kind Saved! Tl^e course of the whole war might have been Jtered. Care of the Teeth Mrs. Walter Wright antl little daugh- cr, Mary Liuise, have been visiting in Little Rock this week. Dclph Carrigan and family have recently removed to Hope from their farm near Washington, and now occupy their handsome new residence on North Pine street. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo Purdue. Sunday, December 4th. a son. J. L. McCirkle. of Memphis, spent the week-end in Hope. COLORED CHURCH SERVICE Lonoke Baptist Church N. F. Wesson. Pastor Sunday schol 9:45. U Special m.u.sic. spnior phoiv.. : 11:30 s,ermon by Dr. J. E. Knox of Houston, Texas, Subject, "Transfig- eration of Christ." 7:45 subject, "The Banquiting House." The pastor and church extends an invitation to the public to hear him. 3:30 Ministers Alliance Services nt Rising Star Baptist church. 6:30 B. Y. P. U. "Come thou with us, and wo will do thee good." seme nuts, candy, apples and oranges Please remember mother, daddy atlc nil the little orphans. Margeret E. Harden. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—I'm a litlte girl seven years old, have studied hard in school this year so please bring me a big doll with black hair. Table and chairs with dishes and a little finger ring. If I am asking for too much, leave off the table and dishes, thank you for every thing you brought me last year. Jainy Sue Russell. Letters to Santa Claus Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a litlte girl three years old. I have 'been a real good girl this year and I want you to please bring me a sleepy doll, an airplane, a doll buggy, some little dishes and a little ironing board'. Jessie Clarence Brown, Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a little boy six years old. I«go> to school and my teacher is Mrs. Nora. I want you to bring me a football suit, fruits, nuts and fire crackers. Don't forget my mother and father. Harold Stringer. Hope. Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a boy ninn Boiv-;!iton, Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a litlte boy five years of age. I have been very good this year, and I sure want you to visit me Chirstmas, bring me a stage truck, a Noah's Ark and an electric train, also candy, apples, oranges and bananas. Please remember my mother and daddy and all little boys. Gale Ivon Harden. Boughton. Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—Well, well, Santa Is been a long time since you visited ittle girls and boys and I'm sure we vill enjoy your visit this year. I am T litlte boy seven years old. I have jeen very sick this year, have taken ome old bitter medicine but I thought you would remember me and I took it good. Now Santa if I'm not asking too much of you will you please bring me a dump truck, a bicycle, a "Spirit of St. Louis" airplane, and a top crane like the one I saw at Montgomery Ward & Co., also some candy, npples and oranges. Remember all little boys and girls. W. T. Harden, Jr. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I want you to bring me a ball, gun, fruits of all kinds, and sor.ie fireworks. A. F. Simmons. Hope, Ark. Dear Santa:—I am a little boy eight years of age and I go to school at Providence. My teacher's name is Mrs. V. H. Whitten and I think lots of her. Please bring me a *football. a pair of skates, a watch, and all kinds of candy, nuts and fruit. Please don't forget my teacher and my friends. G. H. Simmons. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl eight years old. I want you to bring me a doll, candy, nuts and fruit. Roberta Covington. • fMi», Arkansas. Dear Saftto .ClSus:—W«tl,,Sarith how nre you? I wishAyou would 'bring me n pair of skates, some rubber boots, and n bicycle. 1 hope you have a Merry Christmas. Jfames Bright. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Snntn Clous:—Pleas? 'bring me a doll, also some,candy nuts.and fruit. I am a little girl 11 years .old. Martha Mae Roberts. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—! am .a little girl six years of age. I want you to bring me a little doll buggy,, some apples, nuts and oranges, 'Do not forget my little brother, John Tnurman. Bring him a little red wagon. Bernice Bright. Hope. Arkansas. Denr Santa Claus:—'Please bring me n pair of ne wshoes and a new dress. I would like to have some fruits and cnndy. Don't forget my baby sister. Rhea Roberts. Hope, Arkansas. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Clnxis:—1 want you lo bring me a doll, nuts, candy, and it'ruit. I would like to have a good book. Willie Pearl Covington. gloves and ftnd ft #11 to *ehool « DeAnn and 1 love teacher vefy much. Her name Is Mis* Bailie TlmtoeflKke. Bring her something nice to please. Allison Hembree. 918 Foster, Ave., Hope, Ark, Denr Santa Clausal am a little girl seven years old. 1 am In the second grade. I want you to bring me a doll and some dishes. Bring some nuts, candy and fruit*. Sylvn Ross. 819 Poster Ave., Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy four years >old. I want you to bring me a train and a ball. Be sure to bring lots of candy and fireworks, bring some caps for my gun too. Austin Ross. Hope, Ark., Route 5. Dear Santa Claus. I am a little boy six years old and go to school at De- Ann. Will you please bring me a air- gun, a toy train, frencharp and apples, oranges, candles and all kinds of nuts. Clyde Ross, Jr. Hope, Ark. .. ........ . , .» v -- ." and candy. ! BO dlshei little tuKiahd rtlb board/candy fpples, , of anijes and all 'kinds Of nuts. ft will l«ave yoti a -Wg ,eate ort all 6f my little' friends and be.guue and go see 'all of the little .orphans everywhere and come Bee my baby sister, Lbis Murl, mother, daddy, grandma, grandpa, aunt Ruby and uncle William. Ida Maydelle Gotham. Hope, Arkansas. Deai- Santa Glaus:—I am little girl nine years old. I want a ddll, nuts, and fruit. Pauline Covington. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl just ivc years old. I want a car, doll, iuts, candy and fruit. Jetty Jean Covington Dear Santa Claus:- Patmos, Ark. -I am a little girl 410, N. Main. Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little five year old girl. I want a doll and clothes, and a trunk for my doll clothes. Peggy Williams. Dear 418 N. Main St., Hope, Ark. Santa Claus:—I am a little girl five years old. I want a doll and a big tricycle, and some clothes • for my dell, and an iron board, electric iron and dresser. Ruth Dobson. 418 N. Main St., Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl six years old. I want a doll, a pair of skates, a brown raincoat and brown hat and zippers and fruits, nuts of all kinds. Blanche Dobson. 418 N. Main St., Hope Ark. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a little boy seven years old. I want a pair of skates and a horse Chicle coat and gloves. Charles Dobson, Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—We are two littla brothers and have been good little even years old. Please bring me a doll, a pair of beads, candy, fire crackers, sparklers, oranges, apples, nuts. That will be all for me. Please don't forget my teacher, Mrs. Murry Dorothy Mae Hatch. Patmos. Arkansas. Dear Old Santa Claus:—I am a little girl eight years old and I want you to bring me for Christmas some little shoes, a trunk and some fruits, nuts and candy, And I want you to bring my little brothers and sisters lots of toys for Christmas. Betia Hollis. Rosston, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy nine years old. 1 want you to bring me for Christmas, a sir gun.BB's, and a watch'and a knife and fire works and lots of candy and fruits. Delton Huston. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 9 years old and I want.you to bring me a doll that will cry and shut its eyes and' a raincot and a table and a eyes and a raincoat and a table and a oranges and apples and candy and firecrackers, and I want you to bring mo a tarn and a sweater. Beatrice Richardson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy 18 months old. I want you to bring me a sweater and a cap and a little gun and a little toy dog'for Christmas, and firecrackers and oranges and apples and all kinds of nuts and candies.: Charles Richardson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am n little -boy four years old and I want ..you to bring me a cap and overalls and a gun and all kinds -of 'nuts and /oranges and apples and .candy and firecrackers. " 'Billy Richardson. Dear Santa Claus:—Please bring me a little tioll, fire crackers, oranges, apples, bananas and nuts. And don't forget my little niece Perry Lee, Mary Wanda. Dear Santa Claus:—I am o little boy five years old. Bring me a dump truck, a horn and a big rubber ball, and all kinds qf fruits. Denver Hembree. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—<I .want you to bring me a Christmas gift stocking, a •book satchel and lots of fruit and fire works. Please don't forget by little brother, he wants a little red wagon, a high chair .and a little choo choo train. Dale Simpson. Emmet, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—,! am a little boy four years old. I try to be a real nice boy whil emy mother is in school so Dear Santa will you please bring me a coaster wagon, pair of little boots, candy, fruit and 1 nuts of all kinds. Flease don't forget my little brother. Harold Gilbert. Washington, Ark. Dear Santa Clrfus: 1 am a little girl three years old and good to my foth- er and daddy and daddy says you will come to see good little girls, so >pleaffe bring me a doll and doll bed, '.Wash tub and rub board, dishes and lots of candy, apples, • oranges, nuts and any thing that-you think I would like tft have and don't forget mother, daddy, slater, grandma, grandpa, aunt Ruby and uncle Wllam, Los Murl Gorham. Prescott, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a Htle boy four years old and I want you to please bring me a fire truck, a trailer, some frut, candy, nuts and plenty of fire crackers. Now please don't forget the other little boys and girls, they are all looking' for you. I will go to bed real early and will try not to' peep at you. Dear Santa James Lee Gourley Proscott, Ark. Claus;-'! am a little Emmet, Arkansas. Dear Santo Claus:—I am n little girl six years of age. I go to school at Piney Grove and I like my teacher. Will you please bring me a sleepy doll with long light curly hair, a little doll trunk and a black belt. If I am not asking too much bring me all kinds of fruit and nuts. • Mary Ella Bishop. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus.—I am a little boy two years old. Pica?,; bring me a wagon, a car, candy, oranges, apples fire crackers, sparklers, that will bo all. Please don't forget my mother and daddy. Parker Ilutctrr girl seven years old and am in the second grade. 1 study hard and like my teacher just fine and for Christmas I want H sleepy doll, a pencil box, some fruit, candy, nuts and some fireworks. I will be a good girl .and go to bed early. Now please don't forget my little ; play mates, bring them all something nice. Syble'Gourley. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl ten years old. Please bring me a doll house and furniture, some sparklers, candy and nuts. Nclla Mae Hamilton. Dear Santa Slaus:—I am a little boy 11 years old, Please bring me some gloves, and some fire works. Don' forget my teacher. Eugene Anderson. Patmos, Ark. Dear Santa Claus: I am a girl 10 years old. Please bring me a. ring and a wrist watch and some candy, nuts, apples, oranges and some fire crackers, sparklers. That will be all for me this time, and don't forget my teacher, Miss Clyde. Murnell Hatch. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy four years old. My name is Burnie Turner. Please bring me a lot of fire crackers, candy, nuts and a tricycle. Don't forget my little sister, Vivian. Burnie Turner. O NEJ of the significant developments of the fall season has been the decision by the American Dental Association, in tf .recent convention at Memphis, to use advertising to eclu- public abqut dental hygiene. years old. ^1 want you to bring me a boys fm , the pasl year SOJ lnal you ..., r W ou!d brine us something nive for This in no w|y marks a break with the established rule individual dentists are not to advertise themselves. The as a whole will handle the matter through a new »in an effort to keep the public informed about the -care of the teeth; and the results shotild be highly nf 0 sheep-lined coat, steam shovel, fire crackers., fruils and nuts. James Stringer. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a girl 11 years old. I want you to bring me a bicycle,'fruits, nul.s and fireworks. ('Christmas. We would like to have a I little tractor, an automobile, a football 1 and some fruit and candy.- i Bricc. Jr. and Franklin Thomas. Hope. Arkansas. , Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a little boy Inez Stringer. ; Keven years o£ age. I am in the high Hope, Arkansas. second. I try to be a good boy and help my mother and father. Times saying is nowhere so apt as in the care of the teeth. If the ion, through advetrising, can drive the lesson home it yjjl be doing the whole country a service. six years old'. Plea.sc bring me a train that runs on a track, u tool set arid Did Washington Swear? question whether George Washington did or did not %, <jse swear words on occasion seems to have popped to the jjfface again. This time the eminen historian, Professor Al- pt Bijshpell art, assures us that he did, and adds, "Thank gfi, he was a human being." probably it is all rather perplexing, and more or less ', to a lot of good people who would like to picture Dear Panta Claus:—I am a little hoy m - e so hard this year and I want ask much for I know that you .... :e a lot of boys and girls to vi.sit. lots of apples, oranges, nuts and candy. p| c . a :;t bring me an air rifle, BB shots, lire crackers, fruits, candy and nuts. Briny my baby sister, Dorothy Joy. who is two years oy age a doll arm many little things that baby girls like. Al.so hring something nice for my school teacher, Mrs. V. H. Whitton, for I think u great deal of her. J. W. Ray, Jr. Santy 1 will leave you a piece of fruit cake on the table so don't forget me and all my little friends. Charles Helmcr Benson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I tun u little' fiirl : four years old and want you to please j bring me a stove so I can use all of i . little iron. I doll and a i little dresser. Santa please do not for- my new cook pessels, ironing board, a pretty Rosston, Ark. Dear Santa Claus.—I am a little girl 11 years old. What I want you to get my brother and all of my little bring me for Christmas is a fountain friends. Betty Ann Benson. Boughton, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:- -i wonder what ycu are doing this co|;l day. I am sit- pcn. beads und u ring, candy, fruits and nuts and some fireworks. Bildred Bu.ston. Rosston, Arkansas. DearSanta Claus:— i. am a little boy la father of his country as a man without even a minor flaw; •FJ j»i lfj.1 II I • • j_ • i . ]jr*ji*«***-"vi«*&" 11 jyk after all, the Whole business IS not SO very important. I ting around the fire. V/ell Santa I tevcn years old. I go to cchuol at 1 JWJU Will read a history Of the Revolutionary war, and the I am going to tell you what I want you Willisville and what I want you to |ft Washington played in it, you Will quickly discover that to bring me Chri.Mma:,. I am a little bring me for Christmas is a knife. were at least plenty of times when he had lots of pro- ion for swearing, whether he yielded to it or not. Per,p» we might as well let it go at that. girl three years eld. I want you to : ;•- trunk, some ipstol cups, train, bring me a doll, doll buKgy, doll fur- tractor and candy and fruits of all niture. some good weur when I go to mittens to ee. my sister, aslo kinds and ionie fire works. Clifton Huston. McNab, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy six years old. For Christmas please bring me a little wagon, and a rubber ball, apples, candy, and butternuts. Please don't forget my little friends. Ralph Clayton. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I want you to bring mo a ball, a car, candy, nuts oranges, apples. Don't forget my mother and dady. Thurman Skinner. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy 7 years old. I am in the second grade. I want you to bring me a oil truck, a ball and fruils and candy. Aaron Skinner. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl four years eld. I want you to bring me u doll and doll chair and a breakfast set. Jarjorie Lee Skinner. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Slaus—I am a little boy one year old. I want you to come to see be and bring me a elephant and any thing you think I would like. Harris Wesley Skinner Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl eight years old and I am in the third grade. Please bring me all kinds of fruits and nuts and a good story book. Elizabeth Thompson Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy ten years of age. I go to school at Providence and my teacher's name is Mrs. V. H. Whitten. I think that the is a fine teacher and I like to go to school to her. Santa for Christmas I want you to bring me a football, wagon, a pair of skates, a pail- Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl six pears old, I want you to not forget me. I want you-to-bring me-a^doll and a set of dishes and a tam and a sweater. I want you to bring me some apples and oragnes and .candies and some firecrackers. Mildred' Richardson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I«om a little gii'l six years old'. I go to school at Oglesby and my teacher is Miss Bessie Green. I want you to bring me a pair of roller skates, a red pajorha suit and some gloves. I also want lots of fruit, nigger toes and caVidy. Martha Jane Eason. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a boy nine years old. Please bring me some nuts, candy and fruit, also bring mo a good story books. Howard Thompson. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy seven years of age and am in the high first. My teachers name is Mrs. V. H. Whitten, and I like her fine. Santa for Christmas I want you to bring me a little toy train, fireworks, nuts,, ruit and candy. Please don't forget my baby brother and sister. Bryan Yates. Hope, Arkansas. • Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy seven years old. I go to school at Oglesby and am in the 1A. Santa I want you to bring me a pistol with plenty of caps to go with it and bring me plenty of fruits, nuts, candies and firecrackers. Don't forget my teacher, Miss Bessie Green. Howard Cumbie. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy five years old. I want yo ut obring me a pistol with plenty of caps to go with it and lots of fruits, nuts, candy and fireworks. Don't forget my mother and d'addy. Harold Cumbie. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 'two years old and have been good. Please bring me a doll and doll buggy, a little table and' chairs, dishes and stove, also fruits, candies and nuts. Don' tforget that I will be at my .mama's house in.Gurdon, also remem- ,ber by little friend, Anna Lou Hairston. Carolyn Celestine Hamilton. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santo Claus:—I am a little girl six years old. I want you to bring me adoll and a set of dishes, fruit and nuts of all kinds. Mavine Boyott. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am 10 years old, I go to Oglesby school. I want yo uto bring me two books and fountain pin. Please don't forget baby sister, she wants arubber doll and nuts and fruit of all kinds. Aulcie Boyett. Hope, Arkansas Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 20 months old, and I have been a good little girl. Please bring me a doll, doll buggy, airplane and a litlte piano. Don't forget my little friend, Dora Rent It! Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, }Qc per linq minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line^ minimum 50c 6 insertions, Oc per line, • minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Avernge 5>/6 words to the line) • NOTE—Want advertisement* accepted over the telephone may be , charged with the understanding , that the bill is payable on preson- , tation of statement, the day of .first publication. Phone 76ft FOR RENT FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three- room apartment. 523 West Third Street. 5-Gtp Admit to the Saenger Theatre Tu'cs- ' day Mrs. C. F. Routon. FOR RENT—House, close .in. See Mrs. Galester, 222 N. Hervey St. 4-3t FOR RENT—House and five and one-half acres of land, adjoining city limits. Telephone 638. Mrs. Gallic Keen. 5-3tc. Admit to the Saenger Theatre Tuesday Mrs. F. H. Philbrick. FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, furnished. Vacant Dec. 16th. Cannon Apartments 113 West Third. Mrs. B. H. Morgan. 4-3tc FOR RENT—Two four-room Duplex, South Main street. One five-room house, North Elm street. Floyd Porterfield. 3-7tc FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. 126 N. Hervey St. 2-fit Lou Franks. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Glaus:—! am a little girl nine years old. I go to school at Oglesby and am in -the third grade. I want you to bring me a pair of gloves, a ring and all kinds of nuts, fruits, candies and fireworks. Don't forget my teacher, Miss Hill. Dorothy Fay Cumbie. Dear Santa Glaus:—I have been sick all the year and I won't ask for much as my friends gave me so many presents since I have been sick. Please bring me a story book, pencil box, manicuring set and a box of handkerchiefs and all kinds of fruits. Don't forget mother and daddy, bring them something nice. Pauline Hembree. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl nine years old. I want you to bring me a doll a raincoat, a pair of gloves and all kinds of fruits, I go to school at DeAnn. I like my teacher fine, her name is Miss Landers. Please don't 'orget my grandma, bring her some-, hing nice, too. Molly Beatrice Hembree. 819 Foster Ave., Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Glaus:—I am nine years old, am in the fourth grade. Miss Moses is my teacher. Please bring me a pair of skates, some doll furniture. Don't forget to bring candy Carolyn Sue Cornelius. Hope, Arkansas Dear Santa Glaus:—I am five years old and want you to bring me a dump truck, a train, an airplane, a street car, and some fireworks, nuts and candy. Thomas Leroy Frazier. Patmos, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am • a little boy seven years old. I go to school at Patmos and love my teacher. Will you please bring me a toy train and a wagon for me and my dog. Wade Powell. Dear Santa Patmos, Ark. Glaus:—I am a little nd nuts. Justine Ross. girl tour and a half years old. I do not go to school but I can write and count to 100, I can write my numbers to 100 too. Please bring be a little wrist watch that will tick, a little stove, some dishes, fruit, nuts and) Admit to the Saenger Theatre Tuesday Mrs. A. C. Monts. "FOR RENT—8 room house, newly papered. Suitable for two families. 302 North McRac street. L. D. Reed. 30-6tc FOR SALE FOR SALE—Two high class homes. Foreclosed by Loan Company. Small cash payment, balance monthly. Floyd Porterfield. 3-7tc Admit to the Saenger Theatre Tuefc- day Mrs. Lyle Moore. FOR TRADE—Peas, peanuts, sorghum, molasses and sweet potatoes for good heavy corn. See me or write me at Hope, Route 1. Lewisville road. A. C. Moody, 4-2tp NOTICE RADIO SERVICE—All makes radios repaired. Prompt and efficient service. Reasonable charges and satisfaction guaranteed. No charge made for testing tubes and estimating repairs needed. Phones Hayes McRae. 118 and 162. l-6tc. candy. Dear Santa WANTED Blanche Drake. Patmos, Ark. Claus:—I am a little girl seven years old, though you would think I was 0 years old. 1 am 4 feet and 7 inches tall and weigh 73 pounds. I am in the third grade. Please bring me a wrist watch that will run and some nuts and candy, and a big ball. Helen Drake. Washington, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I have been a WANTED TO RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. 523 W. Third St. 5-llp LOST LOST—Small black coin purse containing a goodly sum of money near Scott Store Friday morning, for return to Hope Star. Reward 4-lt Admit to the Saenger Theatre Tuesday Mrs. C. C. Neham. SERVICES OFFERED: If you want service, call 670. Robison Grocery. l-17tc. 1

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