BOOST EKLY B HOPE'S USINES «v' ' (•• Arc Is Feature of Studio W, 0. Shipley Ha. Used eial Light for Phol« Year* in Hope oif (he <Mal factors In studio Is correct artificial llght- 'TTO Shipley Studio, operated by Mr. SJW Mrs. W." O. Shipley, has a power- fin arc-lamp which reminds one of a rttotion-pictute set. H produces a Wffiiant white light on one set of and on another turns forth light for use with panchromatic that are sensitive tb all the In the spectrum. Mr. Shipley, noted for his fine studio pbttraitt, Introduced artificially light- Snt for studio work in Hope ft years a(/6, and was one, of the first to become expert at it in Arkansas. Prior to taking up professional pho- Mfftphy Mr. Shipley was ah interior decoVator, producing mural paintings f«r some of the finest hotels in the 1 cWnitry 20 years ago. rte still iiSes tfH^ art In retouching photos, and making occasional original paintings frXJrri scenes visited on vacation with MrU Shipley. A nunflber of universities and col- l««es that lost money on the football s*((S6n ar*e beginning to think that perhaps the game was over-emphasized, after all. Rent III Find It! Buy It! Sell tt( HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 Insertion, lOc per lin» minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum Stic 6 Insfertlons, 6c p*r line, V ' • minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5 Mi wOrds to the line) 'ant advertisements accepted over the telephone may be Charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 Senators Plan Nationwide Relief lt was discussion of the nation's unemployment pf6blem fhat brought these leaders together at the ope'ning <* hearlrfgs before the Senate Committee on Manufactures, in Washington. Left to right are William Hodson, executive director of the flew York Cily Welfare Council; Senator Edward P. Costigan of Colorado; Senator Robert LaFoete of Wisconsin, committee chairman; and Samuel A. Goldsmith, chairman of the Jewish Charity Association. they conferred on methods of relief for the jobless. While FOR RENT RENT—Furnished, attractive apartment. Close in, with garage. Reasonable. Phone 730. 5-3tc RENT—Nicest 5 room home in Hope. On pavement—strictly modern -^h'ardwbod floors—new home. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 178 or 348. J. M. Harbin. 5-3tc. FOR RENT—Rooms with board, telephone 374W. Mrs. S. R. Young, 320 South Pine. 4-3tc. WANTED WANTED—Dry wood, Hope Steam Laundry. 2-3tc. WANTED-Buff Orphington hatching eggs. Must be from good stock. Wili pay premium above market price. Braemar Hatchery, Texarkana, Ar'A. 12-31-tf. NOTICE New Youngstowri Bank Is Opened on Monday YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio.- (/P) -The new Union National Bank, formed by a consolidation of the First and Com- mreclal National Banks, opened for business Monday with 18.000,000 cash 1 on hand, and more than $20,000,000 in deposits. The First National was closed October 15 with an announcement that it would reopen a'ftcr a consolidation. Later it wtis explained the bank was solvent, but had been closed to avert a run because of the closing fo the Dollar Savings and rust Company. The City Savings Bank closed the same day. Efforts are being made to reopen both the Dollar and the City. The opening of the Union National returns to commercial use approximately a third ot the $60,000,000 tied up by the closing of these banks. Prominent We»t Texan U Claimed by Death SAN ANGELO, Texas.—(#>)—Death at Dallas early Monday claimed Sam Pollock, of San Angelo, 85, last surviving merchant of the Ben Ficklan flood which virtually destroyed that first seat of Tom Green county government August 23, 1882, and eliminated it as a rival of San Angelo. Later a merchant at Fort Conclio here, then in San Angelo, as the town developed, ollock, served ten years as county treasurer. He was one of West exas most widely kTnown Masons and funeral services here Tuesday afternoon will be under Masonic auspices. M'Fadden Publications tjuys Pictorial Review NEW YORK.— (/P) —Lee Allmak6r, executive vice president of McFaddeh ublications, Inc., announced Monday he has purchased «lhe magazine Pictorial Revie'w arid will become its publisher. George S. Fowler, first vice president of the Pictorial Review Publishing company, was associated *iih Allmaker in the purchase and will become president of the new company. The purchasing price was not revealed. Hope Man Is Opening Store in Prescott M. D. Snell, familiarly known by his Hope friends and acquaintances as "Buck," is opening a new drugstore In PrescOtt within the next week or ten days. Shell has been emplbyed as prescription clerk by Ward & Son local drugstore, for the past three years 'and on'e half years. He has made m'any friends here, who wish him well in his new venture. Mr. Srielt was a Nevada county boy, having been raised ut Cale. He worked for the Guthrle Drugstore, and for the Hesterly pharmack in Prescott for several years before coming to Hope. piano at reduced price. BensbergS Musice Co., Second and Walnut. 31-6tc. FOR SALE MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS — Fine piano for small balance will sell to someone in this vicinity who is willing to take up the small monthly payments that the original owner is unable to continue. This piano can not be told from new. Write or wire at our expense before we send our truck for it. Pacific Finance Co., 1005 Elm St., Dallas, Texas. 4-3tc FOUND NOTICE—Tune and repair your FOUND-One black and white kid glove, practically new, on downtown streets. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this ad. 4-ltdh GULF GAS At the busy corner of Third and Hazel—on the new Broadway of America route, you'll find that Good Gulf gas station. Courteous service—full! value for your money. Bundy Service Station Third and Hazel . Phone 264 K. C. S. Office at Mena Serving Six Station* MENA, Ark. — Jesse Vaughan, of struction by fire of the depot at Rich Mountain, railroad business of the K. C. S. at six local stations will be handled from the Mena office. The local force will care for business at Mena, South Mena, Potter, Acorn, Rich Mountain and Eagleton. 20 Students Are Hurt in School Bus Mishap MEMPHIS.—W—More than 2 su- pils of the Whitehaven school suffered cuts and bruises Monday when a school but in which they were riding plunged from a wooden bridge into a creek. Pete Zarzoli, county school bus driver, said the vehicle skidded and crashed through the flimsy wooden railing of the bri'dgc. Twenty other students escaped svith- out injury. "AS YOU WERE!" What, we wonder, would be the reaction, if some Gveat Power could and would say to the many thousands in Arkansas who are now enjoying the benefits of NATURAL GAS—"As You Were!" BACK to the dirst, smoke, ashes, grime of the old time solid fuels! BACK to the many tedious hours in the old hot kitchen, just to prepare the family meals! BACK to the old time under or over-heated homes! BACK t othe old "wood-shed" days—laying in the season's supply, (and C. D. D., too)—splitting the day's supply—currying it in- feeding the stove- Let's home Mother Nature will defer her command—"As You Were"—for some fur distant future generation! Arkanias Natural Gas Corp, '.; . -A Cities Servtef Unit Night Coughing Quickly Stopped In a few minutes after taking Thox- ine, a doctor's famous prescription, your cough stops. It acts on a new princpile—relieves throat irritation and goes direct to the internal cause not reached' by ordinary cough remedies. Most coughs are caused by an irritated throat. Thox'me stops these at once. Safe for the whole family— guarantee! no dope. Money back if not' satisfied. 35c. Sold by John P. Cox Drug Co., and all other good drug stores. Adv. You Can't Prevent a Wind Storm, But—. You Can Buy a Birds Root with which We Give a Five Year Wind, Tornado, and Cyclone Insurance olicy- HOPE RETAIL LUMBERYARD J. M. Harbin, Mgr. Phone Compress Expects f)3,000 on Season Ifcfto PlanTstill Hi* 23,93? B^le. oM0§l C*t- ton ill Stock The past year Has Jdfeh S.goetf one foftfhlon Compress & Warehouse Co., Manager H. O, Kyler's organization having handled 55.399 bales of cotton 4h/dtigTi TUe*Wy, Jahiftry 1 5. The cdmpress, e*b*ct* th« total W reach 6S,m to ^000 bale* before aft xf ^t-A 1&A4 1 ItlA-L id kfjfjjjl&f i' f.t fltfrfiL 01 me iVar crop js i ciCarW-'rn wny section. Cotton fe received locally the y'e'af 'round, but the 1431 'movement passed its pefak more than a month aia. For sevtfM weeks Irl Ai&fell the receipts wer# runningVabove ,OW bales a d"«y. RofcefjpW sine*' theft' Rave averaged SOV.io ,70fl> Jial** a $»£k,- . , There nrs 23,937 bales in. stock as of Wednesday,; January, &^-whloh is close to the capacity of the Hope plant. ! '' rfeafth in this " • comriHwifty is v'e'ry' Advisory Committee of McCurtain to Meet IDABEL, Okla.—The quarterly meeting of the McCurtain county advisory committee will be held in Idabel, Friday, January 8. ~" Tlje committee is composed of the' women's department of home econom women's department of h'ortie e'conomic wbrk ttrid the men's work of agriculture and livestocJc. > Southeast district home demonstration agent, Miss Lemna Malonejf, a'nd W. J. Green, district agent, will give a summarized outlook of work for 1932, and ways and means of carrying out the year's projects. Sees Big Boom— Of World Crash Rhea, of Waldo, eh>lf man erf, Columbia County Women's Democratic 0ub, aft*, nouhces tha tthe judges aftdtleflMr appointed to Mtve in Columbia tSSttw or the special election to b« h«tflaft* uaiy ft, witt f* expend to fi^f We ' George Palsh, noted , British ildi, • predicts the 'grea'teit : era r .-p¥rity fn htstetf ft jtUst alftaB „ worltf goverWttelfH take p#»0r ati- tlon, but he .warns.that the internrf- tttfrttt' economic and credit fabric will Jots Around Shover Schools arc resuming their regular duties, since the holidays are over and everyone no doubt expects to make and keep many new resolves as the New Year has begun. Everyone is..glad r tp_,be able .to travel the roads again' and Hot get "hung up" in the .deep ruts. The roads have been dragged out this way. George Crews and others have been doing some good work on the roads, which improved the condition very much. P. P. Otwell, son Milton, and George Crews were in Hope Saturday, H, B. Sanford spent Saturday with 'his son Silas and family in Hope, Arthur Rogers of Hope was callm'g on friends in this vicinity one day last week. Mr. arid Mrs. Ernest McWilliams were Sunday callers in this vicinity. A severe rain fell here last Wednesday morning. No damage herfe but quite a Wirid accompanied the rain a short distance south. Harold Sanford and family visited Mrs, Sanfords brother, Johnny Gamp and family, near Hintoh, Wednesday and Thursday and found that the chimneys on the house were blown over and out buildings unroffed. Mrs. Hattie Crews and daughters, Bonnie and Helen were Saturday afternoon visitors at H. B. Sanfords. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Caudle and children, Wilburn and Euladene were New Year's eve callers in the Harold Sanford home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Crews an family of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gill ol Brownwood, Tex., spent a day recently with Mrs. Katie Crews and son, George and family. Mr. and Mrs. Penny Otwell entertained with a party New Years night. Triad Vines and Darl Arnold have each moved to their new locations in this vicinity. Quite a number of the young people were entertained at the Thad Vines home Sunday afternoon. AVe tailed unintentionaly to note that Mr. and Mrs. V. M. England entertained their family to a nive Christmas dinner. Faye Turner, spent Monday night with Bernlce Baker and they spent Tuesday with Ellen Byers. Mr. and Mrs. Andy J6rdon ate at the bed side of their .daughter, Mrs. Arlis Ellis of Bluff Springs, she is very ill. - •;. Mrs. Glen Fincher spent last week with friends and relatives of Nevada cdu'hty. ., ; Parrish Fincher visited friends and relatives of Union ,last\week. Misses Julia arid Shirley B&rdeti spent Trrursxlay night with Mttses; Robertsons and attended the pound supper at the home of Mrs.'Riley Lew- alien. . - • • . • . Mrs. Velma Fincher and Mrs. Loyce Lee and children of :Uni<*r> spent Sat- urdby with Mirs. Etnei Flhcfier and family. . .,..'.,,,...• . ,. ... • ( Some of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Simmons children .and . grandchildren from different: places are visiting them at this time. • . . ' , P. J. Simmons ot Providence spent Saturday night and Svltiday with t: T. Turner. Joe Taulbie" h& re'tUfned home after two* weeks stay at Conway. • Mr. and' Mrs. Clyde' Dobsoh arid baby spent Christmas holidays With Mr. and Mrs. Perkins of Lewisvitfe. Mr. arid Mrs: A. B. Turner and fhll- dren spent a while Monday higKf with Mi. and Mrs. Earl Fincher and Mrs. Earl Fincher. : c*aijK within two months if^hey cc-H- ttniie their, present course. HV sug 1 - .gests refe6lltii«on' meas^re^,' Bartk [guaranty actg 'arid revision -'of Ger. man reparations?. ' • ' . •— After going to England in search of peace, Mahatma Gandhi finally sailed Eor home with the threat that India and Britain may come to blows. It s very difficult to fight a war with patience. WE EXCHANGE Meal or Flour for shelled milling corn. We'll grind your corn into meal. SOUTHERN GRAIN & Produce Co. Phone 248 wfc MoV£ To ,. 106 South Main MAR1NELLO Beauty Shop Pneiie89 Phone 314 HOPE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. E. Gr. Coop, Mgr. HO AD and WRECKfcR SE&VldE All Hours of the DAY AND NJGHT GULF OIL PRODUCTS Let Us Repair Yottr Radiator LUCK'S SERVICE STATION For Every Type of Motor That Good Gulf Gasoline For More Gulf No-Npx-^Etnyl Stops Kno Gulf Supreme Motor QU For g Smooth Runni&g Motor Gulf Refining Company -S, Bates, Agent )fte 24 MeYelltfite A*io<iiilion atN«ifiVilk NASHVILLE, Ark.—The Nashyill Retail Merchants Association, affIliat. ed with the National Retail M^fchants Association, has been organized here wMh nearly all the local business arh professional Men as members. Minera Springs; Ark., wJH pVobably be included in'the assbcitriidn. The assoclaifon'. January I; -tt;':W.- Kd atlW*' ; j$i$ funcr!6nihg ill if* Stcre It's Safe to *. .•.>;- •;• v . •.. • ./:• Be Ruii|ry Attfhe Plan - irt mea« fe « art* ng to file* will tnake it possible to hold elections ft*' cotnUiC dr,th* pui, QoVirfeOf _ state* c^iiniitvcv/ atw fnV truiuvirs D«rrW6ra£le Clul. of Arkitute hiVt made the appeal to the judges and lerks fhat (hef »eve witout fay. Former Pifei Sh««f f Recovers From Iftjury ' TJ> f *• * ^ ". w * i..— f TikitifBtrl i« tru»fr*«f at fwHuttA Sfld wltlfiH will vv. 4 w Ther inblud* C%d Camp ' Pit ffiw ..-. ttfftciai rtt*fd«t of ' NA^riyilljfc.'-Aik.-^.^ 1 Chani*, fcWrte* sheriff ^''ftklf^wttfttj'..^ Rmg ftt, MtftfrWktfW^.wirrlillrt Ml , ... .. ____ riowef of .speech), gc^ordlng -to pV sl- nBns-wrJff'attSid'td.hirA af«fr ft'««f- ous autp accident ? ne^r §Mi tt&et • <b November 8.' ' t '*" Mr. Chaney has returned to his' home at'm&eesl&r&Jfer; a slow recover? at Hoe, where* ft? was en route? for a v deer h>m*. J Ad Injury to his head*, besides endahgerlrig his life for several w,geks, rendered him.powi erless to speak; but re. has' in a large part overcome this,- it is said. Photos By Di* or Cloudy weather of Siflriiy <WJ«.' We are equipped to teke your Chf Igtmas portraits at any time. Studio ^6r Ap|)6inthl€nt reports to wt* rw>low ih^e tout* Miches. *'-' We- HALLI6UR Sheet MeUl Wi •\ Plate Lunch 356 ; 'More Bread , For Your Money .Blue Ribbon Bread, and other City Bakery products, give you more punces of betttr quality breitd for jjhe same mon*y. Ask for the home bread at your grocers, and yo'ii'll iave CITYBAKfcftY Bakers of Blue ftitibori Bread MAKING tHt TECHNICAL PI BEFOM ive'ryone' tiitfgM irt proving ® nrtffifeWSing yc »!r>ic«, thde is ir detatted^tort & ,tf* «tfft ti tend. I, •t the drarUn« table finJ. fruitio^ in the convenience J brifigi to' 1 *^ !%*, I You can cook on an Electric RarYf* «lth cleanliness. Many dishes can be proper Electrical Apices. T could be taken, up M0tft details of ih«-Aai4#.lB *ric tor yoii. Jftf rnattef Kriw many of ,tfiem V«t <a*e adv«W|e tareful planning providers a depeiidaWe suppty ^ Electricl^i) spend to your commands, through >the * Water & tight Indicated to Service at a L*W 6» To Our Farmers Got plenty corn now and som* over. Why not plan to double crops next year per acre with drain tile instead of working so many acres? We guarantee it can be done, our loss if it does not. Its thtr only way to produce on wet land* »t »U, easily doubles on semi-wet l«nd and increases largely on any land. tour Credit Is Good. Phone 230 HOPE BRICKWORKS DO NOT BE FOOLISH You are if you are feeding your cows cottonseed wheii you can trade 1000 pounds of co^or to Us and reeeive 2100, pui meal ftttd hulls < which is; re^eo^ authonties fis a better feed. Cotton Oil Co. S. t, Kaufman, Manager 3 '4 U. S. Government Banded Cotton Warehouse Standard and t Density Automatic Sprinkler System Cheapest Insurance Rate in Arkansas Union Compress •nd W««lw>w*e Cowptnjr K. 0, KyUr, Manager a&'^i&'ws&s iv3&-Z.'->- •*•• • -'
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