Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 26, 1932 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 26, 1932
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i>aa «v MM scnvict. inc. ma. u. i "/ wonder i/ tTs f/om.r/ io 6e all right.io be so tall this " Battle Field Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Poole near De- Ann. H.. E. Reid returned to nis home here Tuesday after attending court at Texarkana for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Sellous Atkins and little daughter, Barbara Jean, returned to Saratoga after spending a few days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dumas of Smackovcr were the Sunday guests of hip parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dumas of this place. Mr. and Mrs, Jess Collins and children from Spring Hill spent last Thursday night with J. A. Smith and family. Author Walker returned to his home in Paris, Tex., after an extended visit with relatives here and near Washington. Miss Jewel and Robert Martin called to see Miss Jeanette Roberts Sunday afternoon. Buck Byron died February 22. He was laid to rest in the Huckabee cemetery.;,, > $•...., !...„ „ .-. ,,- w . • Mrs. Lula Ybcom returned to her h'cme after spending a week with Mrs. H. V. Reid. Misses Lily Maud and Jewell Mc- M'cBay called to see Mrs. Ben Mcba'y last Friday. Japanese Bomb Finds Mark Rent !t! Find It? Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line> minimum SOc 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum Jl.OO 26 Insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5 Mi words to the line) N O TE— Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 FOR RENT APARTMENT FOR RENT-Nice unfurnished 4 rooms with bath. Apply to Mrs. Barbar Weber, 211 East Second Street. 25-3tp. Two rooms for rent cheap. Apply U20 Sputh Main street, 22-3tp NOTICE GENERAL CONTRACTING - Free estimates on painting, paperhanging, all kinds of building. Phone 567J or 518W. Collins % Harrington. U3-30tc A LITTLE PEPSO-GINGER WEX end 1 your indigestion or your druggist will refund your money. 5-30t WANTED— Issues of February Truckland Courier. We will pay 10 cents per copy. Hope Star. WANTED— Issues of February llth Truckland Courier. We will pay 10 cents per copy. Hope Star. FOR SALE BABY CHICKS— From accredited flecks, now on display at Monts Seed Store. 25-2tc BIC, HUSKY BLOOD TESTED CHICKS GUARANTEED to live and lav more exes. Customers report 100% alive at four weeks. We also do custom hatching. Satisfaction guaranteed. Braemar Hatchery 601 Dudley Ave., Texarkana, Ark. 2-17-t£ BABY CHICKS—From accrediUd flocks, now on display at Monts Se$d Store. 25-2tc A roar ... a soaring column of smoke and debris . . . and another Japanese war plane had found its target. This unusual Hope Star-NBA Service picture shows the distant explosion of an aerial bomb as a Chinese armored train was wrecked during the fierce fighting about North Station in beleaguered Shanghai. SICK HEADACHE From Constipation HERE Is a purely vegetable medicine which has benefited thousands ol men, women and children, and which you should try when troubled with constipation, or biliousness. Mr. H. H. Rogilllo, of Lake Charles, La., writes: "When I let myself get constipated, I feel dull and sluggish and all out of sorts, not equal to my work. When one has this feeling it is time to take something before he feels worse. I certainly have found Black- Draught quick to relieve. I used to have severe headaches and staffer a great deal. I found this came from constipation, and that Black- Draught would correct it. That la why I began using Thedford's ,„,, Black- Draught Witt or Vaii oiff tfft* FFRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS M AS HIS REAL. WASH TUBBS WuaftY-PlEASEl FR16HTEN TO seen HBBE i ... aoTTue 1M SMAoy«!D6 A. SPBUL, ' B T ™ E I flOOiJD OUT THAT >tXJ UIVEP THAT "X30 HAD LOST OP ED'S SHARE OF IT? VMAS OtJ TH£ VSRSg op ' 1b -jtio, BUT AT THE LAST MIWKTE The CashI THATS MJHAT I'M COAMM0 K /" MIDDEU! T&....AU.OPA SUDD6MAAX ^ ' niWBW* WEA1-TH eeGAM T& SO BAC*'.t.- toe AM' THIS THififf kepT puexifj' OM MV MIWO... AAOR6 AMD MOtSf—Bup TJ-I£ IS R6AOV FOR, -sbO, MRS- BEDFIELCJ SAPEUV HlPDSrJ— The Door Is Gone ! SPORT. ATTABOY! AN' I WISH VOU THE VI6RS <5EST OP LUCK. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES IM IT, IM FICST PLACE SALESMANRf By Mi __ ftsM'r ceTriM' socKfeo *^M BUCKS )MOW F6R eseftKlM' o^e, CITY OROIMANce feMOUO-H Pe ^ It Sounds Risky ! TftyWAUKtM^ t WHADO^ Yft o i9»a »v MCA stnvick i*eMauTarpAT . THE. *CSM Tft 1 r^e t CAM MY HEAVENS I WHO COUUD SUCH MAYBE IT'S FROM AJJNT NO. VT \SN ; f MEW HAND- DO - <seT BV piM AuTo7 ; susie^r 11 CHJSSS *tt>u OOM'T TH' TRAFFIC is YH tune IT FROM

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