Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 12, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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>" f , V,'-" " '"' '< ^&^Wt«3i „«'', ^fj ' ' 1*1 ™%/'? *£? >'' * ' ' "" PRESS, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mm Sid Henry Telephone 321 lEvery day is a fresh I. _ .. „ lEvery day is tHe World made new! (You who are weary of sorrow and sinning, |Here is a beautiful hopfe f6r you. All the past things are past and over; [|The tasks are done .and the tears are shed: Yesterday's errors let yesterday coyer; Yesterday now is a Jjart of forever, ~6uhd upHn a sheaf, which he holds \tlght; glad" days, and sad days, and ' that day which never Shall visit us rriore with their bloom and blight, Every-day is a fresh beginning; soulj io- the glad refrain, [n spite of old sorrow and older sinning, Fake heart With the day,. and begin agairt.—Selected. Oh Sunday evening, promptly at If-.30 o'clock at the First Methodist 2hurch, the Friday Miisic Club will breaent excerpts from' the oratorio, ['The- Messiah," by Handel, under the Illrectlon of Mrs. R. A. Boyett. The brgan prelude will be played by Mrs. bharles Wilkin, "The Messiah" music \iy Mrs. Ralph Routon, with Mrs. C. McNeill at the piano and Mrs. O. |\. Graves reading the text The music MuU cordially invites the music-loving public tb attend this program, lind it'is-hoped that everyone attending, will be in< their seats by 7:30, in Jjrder, that this beautiful and in- liplrntional work-may be given with- |iut distraction. Mph». A. K. Holloway, and Misses " uerite Taylor and Elizabeth spent Saturday' visiting [jnreveport. on Friday afternoon at her horns on South Main: Street, the members of the Friday Control Bridge club. A quantity of.beautlfol chrysanthemums brightened' the rooms Which Were arranged^ for two tables. fHo High score favor went to Mrs. Thos Kinscr, and 6 delicious Salad plate was sewed. Mrs. S. ft. Battle of Blevlns was the Saturday guest of her sister, Mrs. Bright. » I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. B. Anderson, D. D., Mlnlstter 9:45 . m. Our Sunday school meets in departments for the study of the lesson. We have a place for you in the school. A knowledge of the Word of Gbd is the highest wisdom. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship and sermon, Subject, "What Is a Christian?" Special music. 7:30 p. m. Our congregation will unite with the other churches of the city in a union .service at the Methodist .church. The musicians of the city will render the "Messiah." 6:45 p, m. Young People's meeting. 3:00 p. m. Monday. The Circles of the Ladies Auxiliary Will- meet as follows: No. 1 with Mrs. L. G. Becker; No. 2 at the church; No. 3 with Mrs. Van Galster; No. 4 with Mrs, J. A. Miller; No. 5 Tuesday evening at 7:30 with Mrs. William Duckett. . 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. Miss Bertha Turner McRac<of Hen- llerson Tlachers College, Arkadelphia, lirrived Friday night to spend the |veek end visiting with home folks, Benjamin- Stringer will Spend next veek visiting with Talbot. Feild, Jr., n route to his home in Galveston, jfexas, from school in Suanee, Tenn. Frank Gilbert, Ttimmie McRae; Vrchio Johnson and. Jess Haynes of 'rescott, , were Friday visitors in our |ity. Matthew Reaves of Henderson Ircachers College, Arkadelphia, will |pend the week end visiting With rls notrer,' Mrs. W. M. Reaves. The December meeting of the Pat Illeburn Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was held on fhursday afternoon at the home of f rs. Edgar Briant on South Elm street l/ith Misses Zenobia Reed and Mary lharrlgan and tylrs. H. D, Lipscomb as Issociate hostesses. The meeting Ipened by the president. Following a Ihort business period, the meeting/was [urned over to Mrs, p. S. Lowthorp, chairman, who presented the beautiful program in keep- life'i^with the Christmas spirit. "The Itory of Bethlehem" was read by Miss ferguson, followed by a vocal num- lier by Miss Martha Jean Winburn, Christmas carols were sung by the laughters and gifts from a beautifully deiorated Christmas tree were dis- Hributed by Mrs. H. D. Lipscomb. For Ihis charming occasion, the Briant Home was very attractive in its Christinas decorations and the hostesses nerved a most tempting salad plate |uth hot tea. Guests for the afternoon iyere Mrs. W. A. Bowen, Mrs. J. M. Houston, Mrs. J. P. Cox and the Misses Hannah of Ozan. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kinser, Miss l/Iargarot Kinser and Junior will be liunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ''(["hos. Hintoh in Texarkana. Mrs. W. Q. Warren had as guests FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. A. Bowen, Pastor We meet for Sunday school at 9:45 ( Be with us;dt that time. Several people enrolled last Sunday as new members. Th'ere are others who should •join. Preaching service at 11 a. m. There Will be no evening preaching'service on account of the special musical-program tb be given at the First Meth- 'odist church, and participated in by the various church,choirs of the city. B. Y. P. U. services at 6:45. This is one of our best srevices. ernor of'lils slate, gives her every opportunity for a display of her dramatic prbwress. ' Her tranSf&rmatioft from a plain facs. tory worker td * member of the le!s»- ure class entail* sixteen- costume changes. The story also 'entails a number of spectacular scenic back*, grounds. The star sings a new song in thll picture, '"How Long Will It Last?" Which title in itself gives away much of the plot. Gable is geeh as the candidate for governor, Wallace Ford, popular New York stage leading man makes hife screen debut in this picture as Gable's rival for the affections of tHe heroine. The supporting cast also includes the arhusing Skeels Gallagher, Frank Conroy, Marjorie White, John Mijan and Clara Blahdick. ' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. L. Cannon, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a. m, Preaching at 11:00 a. m. League meets at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7i30 p. m. Wednesday. Sunday, December 13th, we 1 will have our first meeting at 2 p. m., of the Board of Stewards for the Conference year. At the above time, officers for the new year will be elected and we trust that'you will be present. M. M. Smyth. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH C. F. Erwln, S/ S. Supt. Our Bible school meets at 9:45. We Evening Shade Health is good in this'comr|iunity'at this writing, Rev. Chris Barham filled his regiilar appointment at this place SatUrda^ night and Sunday, Rev..L. D. Comp* ton delivered on interesting settnori here Sunday night. The many friends of little- MisS Mario Clark will be glad; : to know that she is much improved after un- derdergoihg an orepation. Miss Alle Mae Reece spent Sun-day night with home folks-her'and attended church, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Powell of Patmos spent Friday with Mr. artd Mrs. C. E. Nichols. Mr. ahd Mrs/ Hosea Blttles and-ohiU dren, Mrs. George Bittles and chll4 dren, spent Saturday night and Suh-i day with Mr. ahd Mrs. J. L., Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunt' of Patmos spent Sunday with Mrs. Hlints mother, Mrs. Alice Nichols ond chili dren. >. j. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Matthews of El Dorado spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Matthews, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Wiggins. Miss Cozette Wiggins spent the week end with home folks here. , , We are sorry to have Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kearney move from our community. Mr. and Mrs. John Galloway of near Bright Star spent Saturday night 1 v/ith Mr. and Mrs..Frank Kearney., Mi-, and Mrs. W. W.. Wright and .children had as their Sunday guest, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wright ahd children, Mrs. Ola Burns and daughters, Lois and Marie. Misses Madie and Effie McKamie, 'Miss Mildred Calhoun, Herbert Anderson, Duncan Nichols, Arl Moody and Weaver Starnes. Mr. and Mrs. Issac Anderson spent a while Sunday evening with Mr. and* Mi's. Walker Wiggins and children. Mrs. Bessie Wright called to see Mrs. Frdnk Kearney Monday morning. with Mlsstes AThflls and Hays Clark Mtffik Yhottias of Patmos spent Sat urday. night With Mi-, and Mrs. Hembrue. ' i Mf. and Mrs. T. A. Foster visile her parent* Mf. nnd Mrs, H. L. But ton Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Lbnnle Lumpkin spent Sunday at the home of her par ent* Mr, and Mrs. C. B Worthy, Mr. end Mrs. Lige Bearden ah daughter trailed at the home of M. V Dercyberry'Friday hlghti We Must, Say we are surely gla to Have 6?o. M: E. Scott bacfc witF us fbr another year. Preaching every-flrstvand third Sun day afternoon. Everybody come and bring someone- Vvith you. Spring Hill Rev. Clark filled his appolntmen here Sunday and'SUn'day night. We regret very,much to give;up Bro. Bearden and •Wifcj but they an WrightyChapel Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Porterfield anc Mrs. Parson were visitors of Mr.,anc Mrs. Bob McCormick Sunday. ' Mrs. Daisy Spears spent Friday af' ternoon with Mrs. C. E. Worthey. -. Tom Gray and son, Tommy,. Jr. : were Sunday dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. Walliain Wormington. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lumpklns are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Title. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Worthy, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lumpkins and Mr Willis of Holly. Grove were Sunday ___ ____________ have'a real" teacher for each class and ' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. ' BOB « STEELE The Screen's Daredevil Cowboy in —In— "NEAR THE TRAILS END" A Thrilling All Talking drama of the great out of doors. SAENGER N 0 W! a class for each person; so come and join one of our classes. As is our custom, We will serve the Lord's Supper at the close of the Sunday school hour, each church member should attend this part of the service. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST John G. Recso, Minister Bible study Lord's day morning at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. ond at 7:30 p. m. Brother Reese will preach at the Crank School House at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Ladies' Bible class meets eacr Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. You have a cordial welcome to all these services. Crawford and Gable Are Romantic Team The romantic team of Joan Crawford and Clark Gable in a dramatic story of a factory girl who becomes the toast of Park Avenue makes an engrossing talkie of "Possessed," which will come to the S'acnger Theatre for two days, starting Sunday. The picture was adopted from the Edgar Selwyn stage hit, "The Mirage" and was directed by Clarence Brown, last filmed the Norma Shearer success, "A Free Soul." Miss Crawford's role as the girl who turns down the man she loves in order to leave him free to become the gov- Worthy. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Smith were visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith Scmday. Mrs. Bob McCormic spent We,dnes- day afternoon with Mrs. Adora Wormington. Mr. and Mrs. Olon Smith of near Hope were visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Worfhey Sunday. Fred and Lewis Sutton made business trip to Hope Saturday. Willie Holt, of Mena ha^xteturned home after a few days visit with relatives here. Washington Rt. 1 Health is* very good in our community at this writing. • The singing at Holly Grove Sunday afternoon was very much enjoyed' by all. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Caldwell and little daughter, Geraldean, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Bearden Sunday and attended singing at Holly Grove, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hembree and children attended the Musical given by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Worthy at the home of John Williams Saturday night. Ruby Atkins spent Saturday night with the Misses Clark. Mrs. M. E. Atkins of Battle Field spent the week end visiting relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs.' J. C. Atkins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilson at Battle field. Miss Gladys Williams spent Sunday AT LAST! A Sip of Champagne That night as she stood beside the luxurious Pullman train at her small-town station she wondered why she, too, couldn't enjoy the luxuries and romance of life! The Sreen's Most Romantic Lovers JOAN CRAWFORD CLARK GABLE Together Again in "POSSESSED" From the Great Stage Success "THE MIRAGE" SHEETS GALLAGHER SAENGER SUNDAY, MONDAY . ^ *y&rt&wi>*'y*- ****}«**» sent t6 Other fields of work. Rev Camel takes his place here. Alvln Robertson was attending to buisiness here Tuesday, Mr, and Mrs. ElBert Tarpley am children spent Monday night and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilli Mrs. Frank Turner and Mrs. Rosa Garner visited Mrs. Joe Brown a Lithla Springs Monday. Joe Ross and'family and Mrs.'J. H Yocom and Sam Went to Waldo Sat urday to visit Mrs: Ola; S,rtiith and family, returning home Sunday. John Hickman of Texarkana and Mrs. Ivar Hill'were guests of Mrs, Fay Hill Saturday. Ray McDowell artd wife were down from Hope. Sunday. F. J. Hill anl, Elbert Tarpley: spen two days of tHis week trying, to sel cotton in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prather. visitei their daughter, Mrs. dhester May, ahi grandson Billy. Clyde; Saturday-. Rocky Mound Health of this community isn't very good at the present. Jessie Pickard is still confined tc his home. We hope for him a speedj recovery. . The school as this place is moving along nicely. Quite a number enjoyed a birthday at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Chas Stevens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pickard anc Quy Mitchell and wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Messer. Carl Ellis and family atended thi Funeral of h'is, brother, Guy Ellis, a Bluff Springs' Thursday. ' • Auther Nipper: of the Magnolia A & M. College 'spent the week' enc with home folks. Miss Alice Purtle entertained quite a number of her friends'"at her home Sunday with a birthday dinner/ Mrs. Lester Hamilton of Button spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis;' ' Doyle Purtle of'the Rosston high •school spent Sunday with home folks, We are very sorry to have Mr. and Mrs. Fant moging from our community. Dr. Mendenhall of Rosston was a business visitor in our • community Monday, Miss Julia Bearden of Henry Chaple was the Saturday night guest of Miss Beryl Richard. Mrs. E. G. Wright served a real nice birthday dinner Monday in honor of Mrs. Florence Fincher's birthday. Those present were Mrs. Wylie Fairchildj and daughter, Ora, Mrs. Florence Fincher, Miss Parlee Boswell, Mrs. B. M. Hazzard. Quite a number-of the young folks enjoyed a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hazzard Friday night NOTICE Notice is hereby given that per- suant to the authority contained in the decree of the Hempstead Chancery Court, made and rendered on the llth. day of December, 1931. in a certain cause therein pending wherein The Midland Savings & Loan Company is plantiff and H, H. Oastler and Roxie Oastler arc defendants, the undersigned will on Monday January 4, 1832, at the front door of the Hempstead County Court House, between the hours fixed- by law for judicial sales, sell to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three months the following lands lying and being situated in said County, to wit: Lot Numbered Six (6) in Block Numbered Three (3) in Sullivan's Addition to the City of Hope, Arkansas, according to the recorded plat thereof Said sale will be subject to the approval of the Hempstead Chancery Court, and the purchaser will be required to give note or bond, with personal security for the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said land as. further security for the payment of said note or bond.. The purchaser may waive said time and pay his bid for said land in cash, if he so elects. Given on this the 12th. day of December 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. PRATT P. BACON, Atty., Texarkana. Arkansas. Dec. 12, 19, 26. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 7th day of September, A. D. 1931, in a certain Cause (No. 2412) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, Missouri, a corporation, complainant, and J. D. Templeton, et al, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the Court House in Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hempstead, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 2nd day of January, A. D., 1932, the following described real estate, to-W»t: The North Half (N%> of the Southwest Quarter (SW/ 4 ); the. Southeast Quarter (SEW of the Sou,th.w*5t Quarter (SWW; the fas* gfij ~ = 5 to %«»»*-• NorthWest Quarter <NW'/4, and eoffl- menelng at the Southetst corner bf <he W«it Half (W»/6) of the North- 'west Quarter (NW>/4), Sfectlon Thir- .teeft (13), run West one hundred'fif- lyt-fout (154) yards; thence North five hundred six (506) yards; thence East • one hundred fifly^four (154)'yards; .thence South five hundred; six (506) yaYdfc to the point of beginning; all in.Sec«6h thirteen (13); also the West HiM (W 1 //) of ther Southeast Quarter (SfeV«) of the Southwest: Quarter (SlTO; and the Southwest Quarter •iSWW of the Southwest Quarter (SWV4) of Section Twelvfe (12)?: al&d the West Half (W'/fe) of ttfe Northeast QjjarteV (NEW), of the Northwest Quarter (NWy 4 ), Settibn Twenty"four (44) all In Township thirteen (is!) South, .Range fwenty-four (24) West-of'the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing three hundred thirty (330) acres, more or less, all in Hempstead County.. Arkansas, TERMS OF SAliEi On accredit of three (3) months; the purchaser being required to execute a bond as re- quiretl by law; and "the order and de-' cree bf said Court in said cause, with' apprdved security, bearing Interest at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum from; date/ of sale until paid, and, a lien being r&tamed on the premises ,sqkl' to' secure-the payment of the purchase money; ' GIVEN Under my hand this leth day of December, 1931. ' WttJilE HARRIS ' Commissioner in 1 Chancery. Dec 12 arid Z«. • NOTICE Notice; is hereby given that.persuant to' the authority contained in the decree, of the Hempstfead- Chancery Cpurt, 'inade and- rendered on the llth. day; Of December, 1931, in a certain cause therein pending wherein The Midland Savings & toaA Cb«i- pany is nlaliitiff'' «ndv T. L.; Rhodes, Ruth -Grace. Rhodes and * J. D.' Barlow are^ defendants, 1 the undersigned Will on-Monday January 4th, 1932,. at the front door of . the Hempstead County Court House, .between, the hours fixed by law""for judicial-sales,, sell to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three months the following lands lying and being situated in said County, to Wit: Lots Numbered Seven (7) in-Block Lettered "B" in Carrigan's Addition to' the town of Hope, according to the recorded plat thereof; also liots Numbered Five (5) and Six (6) in Block Numbered Two (2) in Ruffin's Addi- tiqn to the City of Hope, accordlng.to the recorded plat thereof. 'Said sale will be subject to the ap- lt' of tte Hempstead Chancery Cot»«; Sftfl 'tfte pHreHaser Will be «» quired - to give riote or bond, With personal iecilrlty for the purchase price and'atllen will'be retained on .said* land a*- further security for the payment of said note or bond'. The TWrthftSS*" May waive said time and pay Hi* bid for said-land in, cash, if he so electee. GlVdti ori this the 12th. day of December 1031, , WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner In Chancety. . BACON," Attyv IVairarkanai' Arkansas. Dec. UM». •»''._• NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that pefsuatH to the; 1 authority contalhetl'ln the de- tree of tfie ; Hempstead Chancery Court, made and rendered otv the llth, 'day ,of' Decembef) 1931; In. at certain cause therein' pending wherein; The :Midlattd-Savings & Loan C0mb>«y is plahtlff and' J&hn Bartlettj; Carrie Bartiet and'Vi At Pate are-defendants, the undersigned will on Monday January 4th, 1932; at the front door of the Hempstead County Court House, between -• the hours fixed ; by - law for judicial sales, sell td the highest bidder, upon a credit 6f> three- months the following lands lying and being Db Your CHIRSTMAS SHOPPING at J. C. Penney Co. , THEATRE TICIOITS Book: tickets to the Saenger $2,50' and $5,00. Phone-133 or inquire at Box office and flve (12). in^BlWifc Kulti eightew im (h Bf^kwood Adaiti«ti to the Clt£ of Hdpe> AtkmsM tJ «s fiW same now appears upon. Ih^f p'lat, ot said addfltM'oW file and' bt rbcol^' 1ft the Office 6t the recorder of salfl" County, i Said sale- Will be subject tb the ap"" prova) of the- ftempstead Chancery Court} and" the purchaser, will bfc quired to- «S Ve note' or bonflfj persohal sfrturlty for thd jm price and "a' s lien will be fetaMed . said land as further security- for tH* payment of said note or bond.- Th* purcHaser may waive said 1 Ume,>al«i' pay Mis bid for said land ih cashj if he sofelectes. •.,*>.' Givten on this the 12th. day «E De- cembfer 1931. ' ,' Commissioner in-Chantery.^ PRAtT P. BACON, Atty,, Texarkana. Arkansas. Dec. 12, 19;- 26, 4? w HI i- -"«*'' * "-^'iP^ You If EnfDy Ybu^ Sutftpft Drive Better After ; .Ctrutiw f / , i - ff-i < > V * Kj,^. When you gain an hour of Driving by starting out before church you< sacrifice' something tHfto! can never be regained—an, hour of pe&ee andfi communion that is priceless. In pur mpdfe«n?/4 world of whirl, bustle and hurry the tours'spe'ntlf in the quiet, soul refreshing, atmosphere ^o* ijf church are all too^few. Don't waste them " brief span of idle pleasure. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Courtesy Nelsoti-Hutkin* Laundry Something i ,..-.- • ^ A Real Turning Point to Prosperity! *^ -•" ' ' ' •,'.',.'.-•'••'••.' For the Farmer and His Associates; and for Those Who Depend Upon, Him for Patronage Let's Get Together and enable some of our farmers to produce their own meat supply on their own farms This is an appeal to those who believe in Hope and Hempstead County Hempstead County Needs Hogs because hogs make money quickly Hope Needs this Market Hope needs the co-operative market and the stockyards a souUined in our Hog Raising program. Our farmers spend from $50.00 up per family each year for pork and pork products which they could raise on their own farms! This movement will-benefit eV^yone concersn- edi—the fanner;, the merchant, and' very, citizen of Hope. It is a community affair and we are NOT looking to any one GROUP or.FACTIQN to make it SUCCESSFUL—nor giving any group or faction credit for ptitting it OVER. Nothing worthwhile-has ever been accomplished without teamwork, nor will-it evenbe.. So let's get behind this; project NOW. The goal isn't far off if each one will do his part, and,, the sooner we start the sooner we will reach the goal. The Corporation is offering the investors an opportunity to help the farmer place a brood sow on his farm, giving him one-half of two , litters of pigs, and teaching him how to pro' duce, raise and market pure-bred hogs* Remember, your investment is secured by a- first lien on all sows, against the preferred ''stock, by the Southern Livestock and Finance Corporation. , , . . / The personnel o£ this firm is as follows: Thomas W. Steele, president of the company, of Scott, Arkansas, is Arkansas Master farmer, and one of the largest cotton- planters ' in Arkansas. C. A. AUcn, vice president ahd general manager, was active in the phenominal livestock recently put on in and near Monllrle, Ga., which made such n sensational-success that thp Saturday Evening Post gave U a feature story this September. 1. V. Stewart, secretary and treasurer, member of the firm of McDvfHe-Stewart, certified Public Accountants, of LiUle Rock. Robert T. Scott, director, of Little Rock, official of the Peerless Engraving Co. of that city, Fred L. Jordan, director, who is president of Jordan-HamillOn- Hendrick Co., printers of Little Rock. W. P. Dortch director, successful cotton planter, of Scott, Ark. Leo C. Northrup, director, Is secrtary of the PHuikeU-JarrreU Grocery Co., of Arkansas. Losker Ehrman, director, is a'well'known attorney of Little Rock. These outstanding men will protect your in* vestment. No one, except the company Herdsman will receive any salary until the investment you make is returned to you, plus 8% interest. .-'•• Come and see us abput this! < Co-operative Financing Cooperative Care and Fee Co-operative Marketing -i '< s- \ ¥ N Southern Live Stock & Finance Co. N1W CAPITA^ HOTEL HOPE,

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