Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1932 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1932
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l, AR] .Li 1 fe also jf.V' 1 Vfe. VT- sw^i^^SS^ 1235 Th« Sur'» Platform <ifdo.ni.Ww. ** star - Topsy-Turvy Society VgjssSi^&SSFa. ^an<f unemployment, to remind us 'i uneven and unfair. m - Furnfteci Factory To Resume Work 60 Day Run Guaranteed for Owner* of Ft, Smith Establishment PORT SMITH, Ark.-f/PKFuniHure factories here are assured of at least slsty days steady work as a result of orders secured at the American Furniture Mart's two-week show in Chicago, Manufacturers returning from Chicago said they had obtained enough ^?SL. .v,* M "* nte " n sixt y-dny run and that they expected suppdementary orders would be sufficient to keep the plants in steady operation until late spring and early summer. l!« fU l 1iH , Ur t inclustry is Ft - S LW bllsine »- The industry s estimated to employ 1,500 persons. *° baWy a total of 7 ' 500 P c «ons nding upon the eight factories nere. Safety Rule *P* I (other of Four Commits Suicide Mrs. Cecil Holland. 35, of Near Newport Ends Life With Pistol NEWPORT.—Despondent because of ~^ a l t i?' ****• CecU Hol land, aged 35, of Grubbs. avout 16 miles east of Newport, placed the muzzle of a pistol in ier mouth while lying in bed 1 at her home Tuesday morning and, pulling the togger, killed herself instantly. She 19 survived by her husband and our small children. Mr. Holland is a rorld. war veteran and left here 10 o-ays ago to enter a government hospital at Muskogee, Okla., for treatment and an operation. He left the hospital Tuesday on receipt of the message of hi* wife's death, although he had-not undergone the operation. Revival Service a| the Hopewell School Houte A revival meeting is in progress at toe Hopewell School House on the Emmet highway. Rev. H. B. Talbert is in charge of the services, to which the general pub- lie is Invited. Hears Tributes to Husband Boosters Will Hold Meeting at Gurdon fe*n Admitting Foreign Mates Flying For Fun ^^J^&^y^^^* »* in a pi— on »Rss»»fflaSffi3f Where the Money Goes GURDON, Ark.-A Missouri Pacific Booster meeting will be held at the Wright theater Thursday night, January 21, and is in charge of the committee composed of M. Ryle, W L Dawson and Hugh Campbell. Speakers from Little Rock and other places will be there to present questions of interest to the entire town and community. Smallpox Leads State Contagious Diseases LITTLE ROCK.- W -lTh e weekly health report, forwarded its public! health authorities at Washington by the state health department, showed the following casea of communicable diseases were reported? by Arkansas Physicians last week: Diphtheria 15; influenza 7; measles* infantile par*.„.!. u ' t . '*^ e ^ *«; smallpox 33: typhoid fever six. of the nation's war-time President, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson is shown above in an unusually fine photograph as she appeared at a luncheon in New York commemorating the 75th anniversary of the birth of her distinguished husband . Former Klan Dragon Is Denied New Death Trial ana supreme court Tuesday refused to grant a new trial to D. C. Stephenson, former Ku Klux Klan grand dragon, who has been in prison since November, 1925, serving a life term on a murder charge. Under Mexican law, a stranded or wrecked ship cannot be boardccl for the purpose of salvaging articles for individual gain as long as there is life aboard—even if it is only the snip s mascot. • • «• Night Flying Figures CHICAGO.-One air transport company m the United States-the United Air Lines-flew more miles at night during 1931 than all planes of European nations combined. During December it flew an average of 22,000 miles at night as contrasted with 15 000 daylight hours. Night flying by ,i!? es ., in the countr y totaled 20,- .OOO miles during the past year. Chorus Girl (quarreling in dressing oom): Not only that, but you get uglier every day. Second Chorus Girl: Another thing can do and you can not.—Tit-Bits. 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 lin» minlmilm 30c 3 Insertions, 7c per lino, minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE—Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding hat the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 Miquelon- and Et. Pierre, two small rocky islands 10 miles off the coast of vewfoundland, are the only rematn- ng possessions of France in America * STRAYED - Brown Mare mule, weight 700 pounds, about 10 years old Gray spots on shoulder, last seen near Patmos. Reward. Star Barber Shop, Hope, Ark. lg . 3t p WASHINGTON.-The Aeronautics Branch of the U. S, Department of ..ommerce has issued a provision af- ectmg the safety of retractlble landing gears which have caused a few accidents since their appearance by ? C ^ n L When thfe P ]ane is «ady to land. The rule provides that planes equipped with this gear must have an indicator to show the position of the wheels at all times. Held As Slayer Political Announcements the S(af Is authorized (o announce in* following candidates nibjttt («tht action of the Democratic primary e!«t* HO* A«gu«t 9, 1932: HEMPSTEAD COUNTY For Sheriff Accused of murder, T. H. Harper, above, a shoe salesman, was jailed at Greensboro, S. C., after the fatal hooting of Charles O. Holton, tractor alesman, in Harper's homo near High 'oint. N. C. The two men were al- eged to have quarreled over Harper's wlte. SIMON M. BUTTON Druggist Hope Plans Canada Flight VANCOUVER, B. C.-Eric Redgrave- Gunner, well-known British Columbia Pilot, is planning the first non-stip flight from Vancouver to Montreal. He will attempt this flight early in the spring, and if successful hopes to attempt the first solo flight of the At. lantic since Lindbergh made his trip. Subtle Hint He: It costs a great deal more than one would think to become a broadminded and intelligent man of the world. She: I suppose so, and I don't blame you for saving your money—Tit-Bits. ' In A Tough Spot LONDON, Ont.-Edwnrd C. Burton Toronto air mall pilot, traveled nearly 300 miles across Western Ontario and back again, twice passing his destination, London, in a dense fog. Search- Ing frantically for a landing field, and rapidly running out of gas, he was forced to take to his parachute, landing safely a mile a way from his wrecked craft. Bargaining Gangster's wife: How much would it cost me to divorce my hasband? Lawyer: About two hijldred dollars. • ' Gangster's Wife: Two hundred dollars! Why, I could get him shot for wenty-five.— Passing Show. CITY OF HOPE (Democratic Primary Feb. 23) For City Clerk FRED WEBB For City Attorney"" PAT CASEY For Alderman Ward One L. C. (LEX) HELMS BENNIE BENTON ROY ANDERSON Ward Two > ROY STEFHENSON L. A. KEITH Ward Four CLYDE A. MONTS IRA HALLIBURTON Power of Mind 'You are reading a travel Preparing for a holiday?" "No. I'm on a holiday now. here and dream of travel." "But you are reading the Backwards." "Yes. I'm on the return journejj -Tit-Bits, * ^ - —' ^ ^ ^mT W^ ^*ff | Again Reduces Prices FOR RENT FOR RENT-Furnished apartment- dayjjhone 39, night phone 735. (16-3tp ^ e *hfej!*£ *t e l e has , been a W w aste in ^tb«ie bante but we do say it is a rotten p, *m e^afelaed d^jpkjwits of both banks could not h* m,,^,, rt.tr anottoryear ||nee4e4 to liqwidate the, hSta.t£2 1 i^awilf »^Wfca* "Jefennde »ho| at," and wffteVerwsete WlW l»8ii*e tfee affairs of a dozen of these to as f ar as Doa ., when the elec- times as much as muehas THIS CURIOUS WOXLD FOR SALE OR TRADE-Chevrole School Bus with contract, for sale or trade. Will accept in trade, mules farming tools and feed stuff. Frank Newberry. (16 . 3t Buy now! Don'tdriveon worn, smooth tires when you can have new Firestone Tires at these low prices. Never Wore could you huy such re- inarkabta values. You get extra strength, extra safely, extra service with every Firestone Tire because of these extra Firestone construction features. Gum-Dipping, the Firestone, thal mukes ihe cord patente • FOR RENT-Rooms with board, telephone 374W. Mrs. S. R. Young, 320 South Pine. 15 _3{ FOR RENT-FIve-room unfurnished house. Close in. Middlebrooks Grocery. Phont 606 12-etc WANTED WANTED—To share my home with couple without children. Mrs. David Davis. East Third street. lfi-3tp , u > «««>*• the , patented Firestone construction that g.ves added protection ugmnat punct.,re B and blow- S "° Il8er !> ° nd belw ~ outs and body belw ~ n lrend Tougher, thicker noii-tikld tread that gives greater uou-skid protection and longer non- ekid wear. 1931—the year in which values counted most — was for Firestone a year of great accomplishment. Because of Firestone's unequalcd position in buying raw materials — rubber and cotton — efficient factories and economical distribution, they gave car owners the greatest values in their history. Drive in today. Equip your car with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires and enjoy their extra safety and satisfaction at the lowest prices in history. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Nice Pure bred Poland China pigs. 9 wee ks old. Cholera immune, if interested sea L. C Sommerville or phone 815J any day except aSturday. Up. FOR SALE-Grand Piano Bargin. We have a new Cable Grand piano in the Episcopal church, loaned for a concert recently. Will sell af a substantially reduced price on account o ™5 8 ¥ • Use - wm take piano in trade .and give terms. Write for price M.. V. Beasley Music Company, Texarkana, Ark. 19-3tp. FOB SALE-Who wants a nice piano like new? Now in this vicinity. We will sail it for the small balance due and make terms rather than return it to stock. Write wire or phone our ex pense qu i c k before we send our truck after it. Brook Mays & Co., Texarkana. Ark-Tex. 15-3tc LOST 6.50-20 Sia.fr5 11.U. 7.00-20 11.U. Ford. ......... Chevrolet Whippet, Enfclne TRUCK and BUS TIRE* Cbantller Do So to... Uodge.. Duruok .. (it. ftHHiuc. .. Roowvelt Willyi-K. Bwe* FIlillDM OUWd T, M Cut) p,fc| 30*5 H.O 32x6 If.D... 3tx7 H.H.. 36*8 H.O... 6,00-20 H.U. 6.50-20 H.U. 7.50-80 H.U. 9.00-20 U.U. 9.75-30 H.U. *I*.4i a*.so BuickM..] Chevrolet OloVbil , make Special Brand tires for ANYo cC "«!"• «ndTScrvice CM«r«n|««~ ti, o wannfeotwrol by Firestone benr» tlw name "Fl HE STONE" UB<| carries their end our un . limited guarantee. Yo« «re doubly protected. H ' Hope, heavy co&tainirg «eturn to 1 •'• •-" Hope Auto Co. IN AND EQUIP TOUH CAR

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