Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 2, 1932 · Page 6
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jST'^ta^^^^'^^S?^*?^ By George Clark M/ t ?oan * <0 te/(;e ™V secretary out to lunch, huh? well, I had that same idea myself, son but, if you wait, you can go along." Garner Calls Meeting of Policy Committee WASHINGTON - (ff>) - Speaker Garner Tuesday called a meeting of the, democratic sena'e and house joint policy committee fp? Wednesday, at. the request of Senator Robinson of Arkansas, democratic floor leader. Rent It! Find ItJ Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell ,10<? per minimum 30c 3 Insertions, 7c per line, . minimum 50c I insertions, Cc per line, minimum $1.00 26 insertions,. 5c per line, mlniniubi J4.00 (Average SV4 words to the Une) 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 Sweet Home Items •We are sorry to report the serious illness of Mr. Ben Ward, merchant nnd truck grower of Arcadie. Mr. arid Mrs. Maunt Montgomery and son Harvoy, visited' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bonds Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McCain were Visiting in the homo of Mr. nnr Mrs. J. J. Dalaney Sunday afternoon. Miss Gertrude Delaney was visiting with Miss Ethel Harris Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kennedy of Little Rock spent the week-end with Mrs. Kennedy's, brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bert-Carmin. Miss Floreen Husley , has recovered from her recent operation and is now yisiting her sister in Blovins, Mrs. Al Thompson. Mr. Owen Wilson of Frescott, wa visiting his parents here Tuesday Mr and Mrs Anthony ^orrls 1 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Five room house. Newly papered. Modern. Convenient. See Chas. Shiver. Phone 747. l-3t FOR RENT—One furnished house. Close m. One five room house, modern. One six room house, modern. Floyd Porterfield. 2-6tc FOR RENT—Modern six room house. Furnished or unfurnished. See E. G. Coop. l-3tc FOR RENT—Modern five room apartment. Electric refrigeration. Mrs, Dan Goodbold. Phone 620. 2-3t FOR RENT— Desirable new apar£ ment, Modern, hardwood floors, large .closet, bath and shower. Close in. Phone 32i. 2-3tc. FOR RENT—Furnished house and furnished apartment, Strictly modern, J. A. Sullivan. Phone 147. 27-3t LOST LOST—Diamond bar pin between Saenger theater and 308 South Elm. Reward. Finder please return to Hazel Hollamon Pool. 27-6tc NOTICE NOTICE—Highest price paid for whole milk and sow cream. Route men start Monday, March 6. Southern Creameries, located in old cheese plant. J. G, Thomasson, in charge. Phone 382. 2-4tp GENERAL CONTRACTING-Free estimates on painting, paperhanging, all kinds of building. Phone 567J or 518W. Collins* Harrington. 2-13-30tc A LITTLE PEPSQ-GINGER WILL end your indigestion or your druggist will refund your money. 2-5-301 WANTED—Issues of February llth Truckland Courier. We will pay 19 cents per copy. Hope Star. FOR SALE FOR SALE —Cows with young calves.. Also all kinds of hay. See L. A. Foster, Phone 168. l-3tp. ...BBAEMAR QUALITY, Blood tested Siiwle Comb White Leghorn chicks, W.Ofl per hundred. Satisfaction Guar- aftteed. Braanar Hatchery, 601 Dudley Ave., Texarkana, Ark, 3-26-tf WANTED— Pair mules and good Uk cow. SM 0- H. MUter, Hoee M.fifl ^y«w ^^"* • t - .j at naco H. tt- Monday -with their son and 1 wife, Mr and. Mrs. Herman Morris of Deany ville. tee Kuskey ; spent Saturday nigh with Elvin Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Montgomery were callers Sunday in the home o Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carmin, visitinj, M,r. and Mrs. Homer Kennedy of Lit- ,tle Rockt Mrs. ,W. T. Yarberry was shopping Jn, Prescott Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamby 'Rhodes anc family of McCaskill were attending church services 'and visiting friends here Sunday. Ellis Morris, who is working witl' his brother Herman at Deanyville spent the week-end with home folks Mrs. Hix Loe and children spenl Wednesday with her mother, Mrs, J, J. D.elaney, We. are glad to report that Mrs. Delaney is improving from her accident and here's hoping, she will continue to improve and soon, be up again. Mrs. Will Campbell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. Algie Thomas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Phillips. sn/A '}u.8!i3ct jo /CauujaQ sautnf -aj\ visiting his brother, Mr, J. J. Delaney of this place, Illinois farmers in 1931 bought cooperatively enough anti-cholera hog serum and virus to vaccinate ,500,000 hogs. BUILD UP HEALTH and pains go away WOMEN who lind themselves in » painful condition due to a run-down state of health should give qardui a fair trial, for a reasonable length of time, as did Mrs. E. Q. Hodnett, 1101 Hazel St., Texarkana, Texas, who writes: "I was anxious to build myself up so I could enjoy and take interest in my home. I had suffered with soreness and a constant pain in my side. My mother (old me she thought I should try Cardui. Soon after I began taking it I noticed an improvement, so I kept on until I had taken three bottles. By this time I was feeling 50 much better, the pain aad soreness were gone." HAT <3FF Uj.r{££t.S 2P^' - '*\.'i<*Vj^v'>Q ^' J . -./^iJfVflw rry^^fmiTif^^r"^ ^swsjaaRiHBRsi.Vri ** •4 \i .' VY/*\1 ' i, r - ' T 'V-'* > FFRECKLES Gee! IT TO TWA VJPUUD UNLOCKED LIKE THIS P^tTMC BOOj*THAT HAS A SVfi i^J IT.,.. OLD EMPTV MOUSE. CAM VOU IMASIHe L>J**«^f WASH TUBES i Leads On! To P\M \fett * , , l 1 / U W CiVf R E ^f^^\P rypr yffit ^^* f •'" ' *' » *Y vx** •3' ^\ ^**^ yi- •',«L/L«<HvXA ^*^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Opai'KnQw» Something! SALESMAN SAM ejJ, ciJTiel PROM wow OM Vbu ") eR-ftH - How 'SlM' CHUCK 0-UUCK's / ^A Fl< " see,? JL _ rt ^ l!r >V ©N // ^""' *V V V--V A Fast One! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pep) WH/sT'S THIS? AN TRANSFEiR VU~ PQ IT VMDNT HMRT TO THE GEE. SUGAB WAS A COOP SPORT ABOUT THE WAY I aUMPEP AUU OVER HER TOR NOT . TROM NO'N ON. J'M QOINQ TO PRACTICE A ECONOMY

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