Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 9, 1932 · Page 3
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has, time an * feu*' •pace , fanciful as draanw. naliire men behold j}rftcll6al and cold, rttleis tevely thing* «he weaves ifo Durifose man perceive*. lw *e«n* io draw apart, to m*k» a work of art, nwft with, he* tabors rare which lOtherwiM were .bare. the busy We at man, , . reason wholly wems to plan, tlWapie Impulie bid* him- take ttnii to work for beauty's sake, id tffaUBt as hi* supreme succew 'dainty loveliness. A. Ouest. P. T.-A. held their monthly meeting on \Wed- anerhooa at the Brookwood _,..- jfcwftK the president Mrs. .Walter >Ga$*r Presiding. Thirty-eight mem- . bers ,an*Wered to the roll call, .and following a short business session, Dr. Don '%nlth, .president of the'.school botard jnade a most interesting and in- stmcllye .talk. During the business J»«HoeV plan* were completed for a b*n«fit bridge at the home of Mrs. Walter 1 Carter on the afternoon and evening of January 19. WJliard Pollard left this week for Dallas, Tex., where he will spend-the winter. • Jack and Jim Clack of Gurdon arc guests,, of their aunt, Mrs. W. G. Allison, and 'Dr. Allison. Mr, and MM. Tom Steed and little daughter, Betty Jean of Pine Bluff are spending a few days visiting with relatives in ;the city, ,en route to. Los Anjgeles, Calif., where they will make welr«f«t«re home. JMm. Jennie McWilliams has returned from a few days visit with friends •In 'MfilVern. Misses Maggie and Annie Manor spent Saturday visiting with friends in Gurdon. Mrs. Louis Strange and son, Billy .Newton, of ICnmden, have spent the past few days visiting with. Miss Annie Mnher. Mr. arid Mrs. <Chas. c, Newham, Jr. .and little daughter, Nancy Lou, have returned from a two week's visit with "Mr. and Mrs. Chas, C. Newham, Sr., -SATURDAY- JOHN MACK BROWN — In— "LASCAofthe —Also— "MYSTERY OF LIFE" The Most Amazing Drama Ever Filmed It'* rti«ir gqywt , happiest...romance, with lots of laughs. le**^ , .Ark., and relatives {« in Ll Vb* jtotWs&lfttttef of E*4twn Star held .their Instillation on thuttdfly averting, with th« following elective otfioer*: Mrs, C. R. White, Worthy MalroB; Mr. ttabttlti, Worthy 'Patron; Mrs. C. E. Romig, AsiociMe Matron; Lee Hettler, Atsoclr'-! Patron; Mrs. 0. i», Bu»h ( Secretary: Mrs. Webb Lasater Sr., treasurer; M> . Lrs Hallburten, onduetress; Mrs. ; meat Shiver, Associate Conductress. The installation was made by the retiring Matron, Mre, W. R. Muldrow. The Friday Music Club held their regular bUweekly meeting on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. C. McNeill ott' North ttervey street, With Mrs. R. T. White as leader. The study for the afternoon was "The Classic Period." The following piano program'was rendered, proceeded by an Interesting paper on "The Piano and Its Predecessors' • 'by Mrs. Dorsey McRae. A palno selection from Bach by Mrs. Ralph Routon, Mozart Selection by Mr*. C. C. McNeil, Beethoven selection by .Mrs. John Wellborn and Mrs. Ones. Welkin, Haydn selection by Mrs. Clyde Hill. In the absence of the director, Mrs. R. A. Bpyett, the;Choral hour was in charge of Mrs. J. .C. Cnrjton. On Sunday afternoo nat 3:15 o'clock, at St. 'Marks Episcopal church, Mrs. Fred Marshall will present the choir of the First Baptist church of Texar- kanan In Dudley Buck's cantata, "The Coming kof'the King," with Mrs. Lloyd White of Texarkana at the organ. These visitors have spent much time and work in preparing for the rendition of this great sacred cantata, and arc coming at their own expense to sing it for the people of Hope. Hope people enjoy good music, and should fill the auditorium for this feast of song. No admission charge, a free will, offering to go to the Ladies Auxiliary of St Marks church. | Personal Mention W. B. 'Harvey, representing the Tayloe Paper company of Memphis was a caller at The Star office Friday. Dr. C. Camp of Patmos, was n business caller in Hope Friday, incidental ly renewing his subscription to The Star. Willisville School begin Monday morning after being dismissed several days for .the Christmas holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Simpson and family of Lambert visited relatives here Sunday. •* MisB*ommy E&u Waters ah* Wayne Jarvis'-of flo^ston were married during the Christmas holidays. Willisville boys and girls played Cale boys and girls at Roeston Saturday night, winning both games. Harold O'Keefe returned to Magno- a A. & M. last week after spending he Christmas holidays with home oiks. W. T. Simpson is attending court t Prescott this week. Paul Franks and Ewell Marlar, who have joined the United States army, eff Sunday. LIndel Simpson took dinner with Lloyd Waters Sunday. Jesse Silvoy and family were the inner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Waters Sunday. wild JANET GAYNOR CHARLES FARRELL II ItENQfl OIO»OI OIRIHW1N A rex NGTIMI Directed ty David Butler Using ultra-violet light, Dr. Wlrth, sf Charlottenburg, Germany, photo- jraphs gases that cannot be seen. Coluittbiu Girls Defeat iPAtmo* Girls in Preliminary Game .lit ohe ol the fastest basketball games played at Ihe Hope Armory Site SMBon, the Patmos (earn defeated Columbus 7 to 5. Marvelous defense work featured the play on either side. Patmos''stout defense limited Colurnbus to a single field goal, made in the last three min- utee of play. The game was fdst and clean throughout. (In the preliminary games, the Patmos juniors beat, .In the preliminary gomes, tlte Patmos juniors beat the Columbus juniors B to if but the Columbus girls defeated the Patmos girls 15 to 4. Nichols Health in this comunity is good at the present writing. > Mr. and Mrs. Mikle Win berry and Miss Peart WuSberry spent gaturday night and Sunday with their uncle of Pleasant Hill, Jim Winberry and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Winberry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McMillan. . / The party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Easterling was well attended and all reported a nice time, • , . Miss Pearl Winberry spent Friday night with Misses Pauline Martin and Myrth Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnic Eastcrling spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. D. S. Easterling of Corenth. Homer Easterling who spent last week with his parents has returned to bis work at Piney Grove. The play that was given at the Falcon school building Wednesday nig^t was well attended and everyone reported a good time and a extra good play.' > Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Caudle of Bodcaw visited Mrs. Caudle's parents. Mr and Mrs. J. M. McMillan, Sunday. Misses Myrth Franks and Pearl Winberry spent Wednesday night with Mrs. Lois Winberry. Mrs. Maggie May and Mrs. Lula Munn spent Friday night with Mrs. Malinda Winberry. The singing at this place Sunday night was well attended and we invite you all -to come back, and bring someone with you. Rocky Mound Health in this community is good at this writing. Moving seems to be the order of the day. Hope everyone will son be settled down. Jewel Monls who has been in the army, for the past three years, is visiting relatiyes^at this place. .His rriany friends were glad" tS see him'back again. Mr. and Mrs. Hoda Butler of Rosston Route 2, spent the week end visiting relatives of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Barto Bearden find Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bearden have returned home after spending the holidays with realtives in Oklahoma. We are proud to have Eddie Hart and family of Laneburg, move into our community. / Doyle Purtle after spenidng the past two weeks with home folks, returned to Rosston Sunday, where he is attending school. Misses Burl and Norene Pickard spnet Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Mitchell. Nora Hazzard of Laneburg spent last week with relatives here, 'i Singing was well attended Sunday night, Prkelew Mosaics at Stanford Chu«h Brought Over From Italf Stanford Memorial Church . . . oils In America. ' • . A church whose priceless art is/in rlonc, rather than paint; whose : gold4 en facade rises over the low.v.tUeq roofs of the "quad" in a glitterin^j, triangle surmounted by a cross—this is the famous Stanford Memorial church, central architectural feature of. the Stanford University center. Approaching down the mile-long avenue, one finds this golden triangle* is the upper part of a magnificent mosaic of "The Sermon on the Mount," exquisitely wrought in multi-colored stone, as is most of the art. The- mosaic—largest outdoor effort in America—fills, the whole upper part of the church 'front in -a brilliant picture. Bibical personages, allegorical designs and figures of saints are used tor the remainder of the outdoor mosaic plan. Tiny blocks, half an inch square, so ndeptly fitted that thty form what at first seem vivid paintings—these are the Stanford mosaics. They were made in Venice, paster to stout sheets of paper, shipped to Stanford, and installed by. workmen sent from Italy. Sheets of pure gold and silver leaf, covered with a thin film of clear glass also were used. The Memorial church is cruciform, of a modified Moorish-Romanesque architecture. Interior walls are buff sandstone with tooled face, relieved by mosaics and carved designs. Behind Us mosaics arc among the most fam- the marble altar is a replica of CosT- mo RosselH's, "Last Supper," from the Slstine Chapel at .Rome. This is the 'only' mosaic copy ever permitted. Mosaic' ceilings, and stained glass windows of unusual artistic merit combine witht the cosaics to make Stanford church a mecca for artists and architects visiting California. Stanford Memorial Church is part cf the-great university erected by the bereft parents of Leland Stanford, Jr. It is a "church," not a chapel, the Founding Grant of the university enjoining -the board of trustees: • "To prohibit secarian instruction, but to have taught in the university the immortality of the soul, the existence of an all-wise and benevolent Creator, and that Obedience to His laws is the highest duty of man." Services .are under direction of Dr. D, Charles Hunter, chaplain, and clergymen of all denominations are invited to participate. Daily morning service is voluntary. The church seats 1800. Work of construction was started under direction of Mrs. Jane Lathrop Stanford in 1899 as a memorial to her late husband, Senator Leland Stanford. It was. opened for services in 1902. Earthquake in, 1906 damaged it, and it was not restored and reopened until 1913, the mosaics being duplicated from the original design. CHIJR1ES THE CHURCH OF CHRIST John G. Reese, Minister Bible study Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "Morning sermon, "Christ and the Church." Evening sermon, 'Solomon and the Queen of Sheba." Ladies' Bible class Tuesday afternoon ut 2:3&. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \V. A. Bowcn, Pustor Charter No. 10379 Reserve District No. 8 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF HOPE, IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, 1931. RESOURCES ,oans and Discounts , United States Government securities owned Other bonds, stocks, and 1 securities owned Janking House, $28,200. Furniture and Fixtures, J8fl75.. leal estate owned other than banking house Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank sh and due from banks Outside checks and other cash items tedfiinption Fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer TOTAL Dollars Cts. 514.213.8a 150,000.00 247,494.47 36,275.01) 51,200,00 51,458.52 95,498.80 3,336.44 ....1 5,000.00 ,154,477.05 LIABILITIES Dollars Cts. Capital stock paid in 250,000.00 Surplus 50.000.ou Undivided Profits—Net 2,403.40 Circulating Notes Outstanding 100,000.1)0 Pue to banks, including certified and cashiers' checks outstandini... 328.71 Demand Deposits „ 366,383.95 Time Deposits ; 385,360.9!) TOTAL 1154,.iV7.05 State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead, ss: I, C. C. Spragirus, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemn!; swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliel. C. C. SPRAG1NS, Cashier. Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 8th day of January, 1932. Ruth B. Anderson, Notary Public. My Commission Expires Dec. 20, 1932. Correct Attest: R. M. LaGRONE L. D. REED O. A. GRAVES, Directors. RECAPITULATION RESOURCES and Discounts.. ............ S96.41S.50 B9flki»g House and Fixtures 3fi,275.00 0!*W Reel Estate ...................... 51,200.00 Redemption Fuud ...................... 5,000.00 United States Bonds ................ 150,000.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 250,000.00 Surplus 50,00000 Undivicted Profits 2,403-40 Circulation IQQ.OOOlM) Bonds, Sleek*, Securities op Cotton,.. 7,7«JU2 Gash gsjTgxchanKe ................ 150.893.W T»WL We are beginning the new year with a fine spirit of co-operation and interest in our Sunday School. Meet with us Sunday at 9:45. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subjects: "Redeeming the Time," and "The Challenge of a Mathless Career." B. Y. P. U. services at 6:30 p. m. Urge the children to come. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH C. F. Erwin, S. S. Supt. Sunday School meets at 9:45. Let's work hard ot make 1932 a banner year for our Bible School. The Lord's Supper will be served at the close of the Bible School hour. DEPOSITS 752.07J.65 FIHST METHODIST CHURCH Dr. J. L. Cannon, Pastor ' Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a in. and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League meets at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting a 1 , 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH \V. R. Anderson, D.D., Minister 9:45 a. m. Our Sunday School meets in departments for the study of the lesson. You are invited to join with us in astudy of the Word of God which is the bread of life. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship and sermon. Subject, "The Background of a True Revival." 7:30 p. m. Evening worship and sermon. Subject, "National and Individual Peace." 6:45 p. m. Meeting of the Young People's Society. 3:00 p. m. Monday. The Circles of the Ladies Auxiliary will meet as follows: No. 1 with Mrs. Jewell Ban'. No. 2 with Mrs. L. A. Foiter. No. 3 at the church. No. 4 with Mrs. Carter Johnson. No. 5 at 7:30 vith Mrs. Courtney White. 7:30 p. in. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. On Thursday evening at 7:30 we will bgein a revival meeting. The pastor will be assisted by Rev. J. Frwik Lawson. Synod Evangelist, and Rev. Julian B. Green, song leader. We extend a very cordial invitation to everybody to attend these meetings. Total -..4454,477.05 Paraguay has potential hydroelectrci power resources estimated at 2,000,000 horsepower. Oljly 200,000 horsepower is being developed. Mt. Olive Health here is very good except a few cases of the flu. School opened again Monday after a ten day vacation. Several here killed ,hogs Friday and Saturday. It sterns as though good hog killing weather is going to be scarce this season. Mrs. John Atkins is able to set up come for the last few days. Mrs. Garner Atkins spent Saturday night and Sunday with her father, Charles Bailoy near Rosston. Miss Tommielou Waters of this place and Wayne Jarvis of Rosston were married at Prescott last Tuesday Their many friends here wish them a long and happy life together. Mrs. Mat Waters of Rosston .is spending a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters. Chas. Caldwell completed ginning at Willisville Friday, he gined about 220 bales, this season. Guernsey The party given by Miss Nellie Hays on Thursday evening, wns enjoyed by a' large crowd. Mrs. R. G. Dyers and daughter Miss Marjorie were the guests of Mrs. Eula Gilbert of Liberty, on Wednesday night. We are very glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Louis Franks and- children, move back into our community after hav-. ing spent the past year in Houston, Texas. Mis. T. A. Glanton, of Emmett returned home Thursday, after an extended visit with her brother, M. L. Hicks. Mayo Thursday shrdluetaoishrdlush Miss- Marjorie Byers spent Thursday afternoon with Miss Opal Wise. Arthur Francis of Hope is visiting relatives in this community. Mrs. Wise spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Tom Brosius. Miss Ollie Ellis spent Sunday afternoon as the guest of Miss Alluva Wylie. Miss Floye Hicks of Prescott called on her mother. Mrs. M. L. Hicks, Wednesday evening. Misses Arline Patrick and Opal Wise called on Miss Nellie Hays Thursday atfernoon. Miss Arline Patrick spent Sunday with Miss Margaret Hicks. Mrs. Frank Ororke called on Miss Mary Whitney Tuesday. Rosston Rt, 2 ' in tni» ceminUiiHy 4s 1 vq gfloif, "except bad colds, Mrs. Eva Jackson ta on the Mtk list spe to see net better soon. Misses Halsen and Nell BiUardJgfcht Sunday with Eva Well and EMI** PU tie. Mr. and Mrs, Doyte Loe have te* turned to their home* in Louann. Mr. and Mrs. Hoda Butler have moved back io their home from Liu* ami. A. T. f incher is not doing so well» hope he will soon get better. Miss Lueatta and Glena Richardsori spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. Annie Richardson. Bro. Erwin and Bro. Bright spent Tuesday with F. A. Dillard. BluffSprings Mr. and Mrs. C.'&. Mor«haed and children of Lewfsvilte, Lr., spent Sat- turday night and Sunday with his sisiter^Mrs. W. T. Wormington <tf this place, Vernard Vlckers spent Saturday night with Berl West. Mrs. J. H. Atkins returned to her home at this pkce Sunday, after appending the past week, with her father, who is very ill hear Blevins. Mre. Oney Godwin spent Saturday night with her'sdh* Perry Godwin of. here. Mrs. W. T. Vickers and Mrs. Willie Ellinburg spent Saturday afteftioon with Mrs.'E. E. West. Stacy Wilson of Garland City, spent Sunday with Vernard Vickers of here Mr. and Mrs. E. E. West spent Sunday .with their daughter, Mrs. Walter Kreiger 'of 'Beck's Store. Hubie Sutton returned to 'his home at Jaka Jones Sunday after-spending the week with his son, Luther ton of here, ' Wright's Chapel We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs Tom Gray and family move into this community. Mr. and Mrs. Flovie Porterfield spent Thursday and Friday visiting relatives and friends of McCaskilL Mrs. W. H. Worthey is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Hoover of Murf reesboro. • Mr. and Mrs. Alexander'Smith were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith Friday. Mr. and Mrs. .William Wormington spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs, F. V. Porterfield. . : Carrol Parson was a visitor in Blevi ins Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Mae Smith spent -Saturday afternoon -with -Mrs. Adora Wormington. • • • • • • Rent It! Find It! Buy It! 'Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per * minimum SOc 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum ?4.00 (Average 5Mt words to' the line) NOTE— Want 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 FOR RENT FO RRENT—Five-room unfurnished house. Close in. Middlebrooks Grocery. 8-3tc. FOR RENT—Five room house, Magnolia addition, Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 8-6tc WANTED WANTED—Buff Orphington hatching eggs. Must be from good stock Will pay premium above market price. Braemar Hatchery, Texarkana, Arti. 12-31-tf. NOTICE NOTICE: Help employment at home by sending your laundry to us. Send' ing out of town, your money leaves Hope and builds up the other town. We are working from, 13 to 18 people, and they spend their money with merchants here at Hope. , Hope Steam Laundry. Phone 148, ' 9-tc 3WS FOR SALE—Two young grade Jersey cows. Fresh. H. S. Dudley, Hope, Ark. Phone 1603-2-2 9-3tp. Health through here is very good. , except Mrs. Annie Harvin who is no j better. j Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Butler spent | Saturday and Sunday visiting rel- • atives at Rocky Mound, in Hempstcud j county. Mrs. C 1 . H. Butler spent the week end with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sum : Marlor of Holly Springs. i Our rural route had begun to get j better the the rain made it almost i»ip«8Sible for cars. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Martin visited tyr. and Mi>. James Martin. Sunday. Mr. end Mrs. R. A. Bullcr spent FOR SALE Dry Clippings and Dry Heater Wood 23 inches long Prompt Delivery Phone 345 Jiinel Goynor odd» a. MWl repertory in<."DeKetout" t Fo* «W Music Make* Come-B&ck at Talking Picture Stfidio* Tin Fan Alley, as is concerned, has been' strangely, silent these many months. "•i<*A>," Musical comedy favorites w,ho ttek« ked to .Calif omiato.. warble -for. ihe screen and dig^or gold^ cinema, hills we/e sentj to their 'Broadway,^ Co up their pianos, and singling. ;teai took in their shingles.' 'Hfi looked good to all but musidally-miadedi , .*""' Now the revolution haslet in. And! once -more pianos are tinkling on the lots of X:inemaland. The public, remembering Janet Gaynor's wistful appeal in "Sunny -Sid,e Up," and recalling Bebe Daniels' colorful "Rio Rita," suddenly has awakened with a hunger to hear its favorites sing again. which ._ ttodueect manner w 'Dav "Sunny Side' success, directed" f a 'delightful i-omaritld o* y«ung love.; ever - lien, Manya Olive Tfill,(_ vine Meaicl,' others. Spring Brook Mr. and Mrs. Scoot Ross of Emmet and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sinclair spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross. " Mr.- and Mrs. Ben Robinson and' children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mts. F. A. Robinson. ( Elmer Calhoon and family of Liberty spent the week end with'his sifter Mrg. Malone. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terry of Hope called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cusick, Sunday evening. Miss Audie McKapiie of .Hope spent Sunday -evening with her sister, Mrs. Jonah Terry. Mr- and .Mrs. John Ail«v spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. May of Qzan. Mrs. Ban Wilson is spending a, few days with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson. They are -the proud parents, of ' a baby girl; christened Mary Pauline. Minto Ross called at'the home .of Charlie Carnes S.unday. .,',..,. Miss Exie Oliver and Mrs."Bradford spent Friday with 'Mrs. Rogers. Misses Estell Bradford and Lucille Ross, spent Sunday evening .with Miss Mittie Ree and Gene. Rogers. Mrs. Roy and children Jeft Sunday for Spring Hill to spend the winter months with her daughter. Mrs. Rosendale spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Jonah Terry and Mrs. Rogers. We had some good singing at Mrs. Terrie's Sunday night. It has been' announced, that there will be singing at Mr. and Mrs. Jerries next Sunday night. Everyone invited. . Tuesday, with her Miss'HattieJac night with 'Miss, .Mr. and Mrs. "" Saturday Anight Hollis Mullens" JWr. s Friday Mrs. <-p. , Oak Grove We sure have been having shrdl Mrs. Teniesee Edmison spent Saturday night with Mrs. Dora Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jones spent lens and < childreni; In Hempstead County «£ James -H. Ifcnty • M* < ** ** VfO* J Hemp«tead r €6urrty pany, a'Corpora- Kotict is hereby- tion has been'i Hempstead Courity upo0 jawicpmpjalnfeo the,.above entitled defendant, Hempstead stract Company^ a cprjpOM|^ Which Complaint the j.pjaji among other things, wat stead County Abs ''""" solvent and there— r ,_^ tinue its business,,and prf Hempstead County .Abnca v ^ be dissolved and wound up;*) a Receiver be appointed 1 tp.ta] of all of its assets and, seU;H and distribute the proceed* JL the court may direct.and WW quire, reference to wl" " hereby made for a — description of the .alle prayers thereof. And t^ if ,.^. parties are warned to appear 1 court .within thirty days l an|f said complaint '• This notice is given In ,.,, . with Section 1881 of Ctawifo Moses' Digest of the State of Arkansas. Dated this 24th day of •J/VMES R, Dec. 26-Jan, 9. ' ™$, 4^ PAY YOUR ACCOUNT BY MONDAY Since the Tenth of January falls on Sunday, We will give \ ,\ with all December accounts pai4 by Monto* January llth. Pay your account Monday, and get your Eagle Stamps, Jno. P. Cox Drug Co, Phone 84 We GiveTSagle Stamps City Auto License Tags . Are now on sale at the City Hall, by Miss Annie Jean Walker, for the convenience of automobile owners in the City of Hope. Your city licence tag nuist be purchased, and displayed on your car, just the same as state tags, 1 ft H? STUART Chief of Police us iJK8ka£k«-iJ.i.. ...»- ._< A .A.

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