^ ^4, _T y "^•F^r^ ''. >KH A* M!' Uaten;Bd t the wife stiys you must comt McCby bf'^hsridan spent fffib h«r^irenl% Mr. Garland.' Bilfiie of Cleveland, affer-spend- IcMilllaa, Mr. and Mrs. David icfnl^ldren spent the week ^yabTLa. " f ft student of Hen_ a> fr Teftcliers college, at Ar- ipent the'week end at hom.e ]dge» of Shreveport, is few day?. With her daughter w«oil to , Ea, Tuesday for the political 7 ' ge, Washington program was assembly Monday morning ' 5 Beauclair 1 wa$ calTed to -Wednesday morning to I- ti Fhia it i .It! Sell U! 'ANT ADS The more you tell, / we ^ (f -t I The quicker you sell. . 'insertion, lOc per lia% ,J insertionSt Tc per line, , minimum SOc V;« insertions, 6c per line, SH insertions, Sc per line, ,'• '••:• minimum HOC C&yerage Sft words to the line) '"~ advertlsementa ac- over the telephone may be with the understanding bill is payable on presen- of, statement, the day ol first ' P Phone 768 FOR RENT IB RENT—Furnished house and ed apartment. Strictly modern, wage, J. A. Sullivan. Phone 147. 27-3t ^ FABTMBNT FOR RENT-Nice un- ed 4 rooms with bath. Apply . Barbar Weber, 211 Bast Sec- l (Street. 25. 3( p. , T—Five room house, modem, close in. A. H. yers, 420 South Pjne. 27-3tp. .rooms for rent cheap. Apply I South Main street. 22-3tp LOST ^Diamond bar pin between theater and 308 South Elm. Finder please return to Ha- PooL •'•".-. . ' "" " NOTICE ynJto per copy. . Hope Star ' WHAT 5C3ME MEM NOTHING/ nurse the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Riddick. - : A ' r Doyle Rogers and Jim Johnson of Hoye'made a business trip to Emmet J. -M. Johnson of Antoine spent Thursday night at home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Townsend; Mrs: v Carl Meadoes, Miss Grace Vickers spent Sunday in Little Rock. Mrs. Jimnue Jamison, the public health nurse was here Friday giving typhoid shots; « Mr. and Mrs. I, J. Wade and Ivan, went to Smackover to attend the funeral of their grandson Ernest Eugene Riddick. Mrs.: Howard Segler and son of Fulton, are spending a few days with Mrs. M. B. Segler. Miss Magdalene Hood and Denman Wylie went to Laneburg and made ar- rangemefrts to give the League play Tuesday, March 1. "The Great Turkey Stealing Case of Watermelon County and an Arkansas Swap." Mr. apd Mrs. H. H. Riddick of Smackover and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matthews of Hope, are spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wade. The Wednesday Evening Bridge club met with Miss Hattie Tyree with the-men as special guests. A delicious plate lunch was served to the six tables of players. Miss Faye Hood won high for the ladies and George Townsend won high men's score. f Ernest Eugene Reddick paperhanging, of building, Phone M7J or 5-30t Q| February IJth will pay W now on display at Monts Seed FOR SALE I^AIiMAJl QUALITY, Blood tested , mms Comb White Leghorn chicks, f- mm V& hundred. Satisfaction Gvwr- * ^ ' feamar Hatchery, 60J Pwdtex Ark. Oft dijplay «t Moots Seed r, Sw O. H- MiUer, Hope. Ernest Eugene Reddick, five and a half months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reddick of Kenova died last Wednesday in a Smackover hospital. The child is survived by its parents; and its grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, J. I. Wade of Emmet, Ark., who are visiting in Kenova now, and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Reddick of Stephens. Funeral services was conducted Friday at 9 a, m. in the chapel of Rumph mortuary. Immediately afterward, the body was taken overland to Stephens fpr interment in the Reddick cemetery. Former Boy Emperor to Be President of State MUKDEN, Manchuria. — (#•)— The new Manchurian federated state will be nominally a republic ^nd Henry Pu-Yi, former boy emperor of China will befits "provisional chief executive," the executive committee of the new state announced Thursday. Young Pu-Yi previously had in-- sUted that the state be set up as a monarchy and that he be given at least some vestige of the splendor of his ancestors, the former Manchu emperors of China. The executive committee added, however, in its outline of the new state constitution, that the name of the country and the title of its head would be carefully chosen to leave the way open for establishment of a room aifhy in the future if that seemed best. A beer strike has been called in Qfirmawy, and in some . towns there tt> impossible to buy it. Maybe we'4 b<H.tef k*ep prohibition! OANBNt xu. WAtff1& tov/e AMV arrftefc ItfAAi WASH , ft* VACUUM •frt' CAW SO Trt 1 UJHV -tHEV UlAM*f RCO. U. 3. PAT.Orr. , f O 1934 BY NEA SfflVtCC, INC. nf.MT.orr. IBM tv KI« MKvtct me. -rue MACHINIST By BLOSSER FFRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Freckles Has an Idea! I'LL &er >t>o BACK: it> ROOM NOW AMD SO OVER TO THIS PLACE OF -ybURS IM 7H6 AS LOMS AS TW6 A\OM6X MAS 0E6M IM ITS PLACE ALL THIS ee SAPS OME MORE iT;-!SMT ASktU'Too BUT •>«J MAs/fivJT US HAVE THIS ' YOU THAT OUTSIDE V1ELU...1 SOT A HUMCH AMD 1 v/IUU SO OMER Tb THAT House BIGHT AVJA/....AIJ' SAV 1 To "MAT FEIXOW oven. 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