Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 22, 1932 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 22, 1932
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. atrfpce. sp&rt." satVt / should be- Self /r Found for Act "* * >**"" " * » « •* MGarlock. i ' L 17, of Dixie com_,—, di*6V JPrfday from Officers Lid she took f^Aii r - A T !^ ^l' M,the'family told officers '-attemp^d to end her life "" r.,No\motive was ap- y, her par- i Q 1 * \ *•********'( I*FOmiSCS to Prolong Session Assurance was by ,_P&k>r forces, in*ihfe *«^aiM nia^te no'.etfort A . relief purposes, ^Session to be 'devoted 1 idrizmg refunding • of .,.* bonds. t county representative ,™™3d a refunding, : of the dsl-was neces^ajt/.to protect it It! Find It! ' It! Sell It! ' With i£ STAR IT ADS l' The more you tell, ^ quicker you teQ, 1. insertion, lOc per . .." "..". a« J ujjwrtions, 1c per line, .Ungertuw, 6c per lioe, ^J.'«L^LMti m 5q pe^ line, i,wordfl to the, line) -rWant Advertisements ae(he telephone may be thQ mid^FTftflTKtinfl li is payable on presen- statement, the day of first cation, Phone 768 HORRENT for rent cheap. Apply 22-3tp NOTICE CONTRACTING-Free 99 on painting, paperhanging, of building. Phone 567J or WDUI. indigestion or your druggist yew money. eajy, Hops of February llth We wf» pay W of February llth Courier. We will pay 10 Hot* Star. . Issues of February iith Courier. We will pay 10 H°Pe Star. rOR SALE K *mJ!ffli¥ BWX5D TESTED TEEP to live and Customers report w«*ks. We also batching. Satisfaction Prajamar Hatchery 601 the state's credit, and it was necessary before the schools could attempt to.seek teliefNfor their finances. (I- 1 hope the governor -will see fit tq call the legislature immediately for t&e -bond refunding purpose," Thorn safd, "because it seems to be the problem that must first be met and solved before we can tackle other matters." First Woman Seeking Office in Arkadelphia ARKADELPHIA—The first woman evei 1 to run for "a city office here 'is Miss Lottie Watson who has made her announcement for city treasurer, subject to the election of April 4. Miss Watson is now an assistant cashier in the Merchants and Planters Bank and Trust company. Her father; the late W .W. Watson* for several terms was county and probate judge of Clark county. Miss Watson is opposing Hugh L. Petty, .cashier of the Elk Horn Bank and. Trust company, • who has been city treasure i. or several terms. BEWWETHE Penistent coughs and cold* lead to "; You can stop them now iion, an emubified creoaote t to lake. Creomulsionisa new medical discovery vrith two-fold action; it soothes, and heals the inflamed membranes and inhibits germ growth. Of all known drugs, creosote is recog- jliied by high medical authorities as ona of the greatest healing agencies for per- eutent coughs and colds and other form* of throat troubles. Creomulsion contains, in addition to creosote, other healing element! which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote goes on to the stomach, is absorbed intp-the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germ*. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis and other forms of respiratory diseases, and is excellent for building up the system after colds or fln. Money refunded if any cough or cold, no matter of how long standing, is not relieved after taking according to directions. Ask your druggist, (adv.) 'AINFUL WEAK CONDITION N z was weak and could not do my work," writes Mrs. 0. O. Button, of Elizabeth, Ind. "I bad pains in my back and side. It seemed like when Z would get up, I would drag around to do my work, and had bad headache. / My mother told me to try Cardui. She had taken it her* sell, and had found it a good medicine. 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