Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 12, 1934 · Page 5
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JThttMay, July 12,1934 HOPE. Sf Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS £&&$!$ Bells Chapel A very nice ruin foil here Friday \vhlch W»K highly apprccinted. The siiifiliiK school at (ho Marlbrook church, conducted by Mr. George Hughes closed Friday ni«ht. Elbert LevereU of Lcavcnworlh, Kan., is visiting relatives in this community this week. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Culling had as guests Insl week, Mr. Pleas Cullins of Winchester, Texns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernect Cullins nnd dnughters, Ernesteen and Corrinne and Mrs. Gonln Culins SPECIALS-For Friday and Saturday Gold Plume Coffee-llb25c-3Ib 71 c TISSUE 4 Rolls 25c CRACKERS 2 Pounds .... 22c TOMATOES~3No.2cans 25c Tomato Juice—full pint bottle, 15c or 2 for 25c I A D ft 8 Pound 62c L A II U 4 pound 32c Prune Juice Quart 24c LEMONS Dozen ... 22c VINEGAR Tomatoes No. 1 Can BRING YOUR JUG— GAM-iON 25c 5c Rippled Wheat 4 fl r 32 Biscuit for.... • uw JAR LIDS Dozen 24c Dining Car Tea O1 1/ P/^inrl fc I Pound -MARKET SPECIAL S- Sausage Pure Pork U>. 12'/ 2 c Steak. Ib 10c Stew Meat, Ib 5c Liver. Ib. lOc Ham Hock, Ib 12'/ 2 c Butter, Ib 25c Pork Chops, Ib 15c Pork Roast, Ib 12'/ 2 c Beef Roast, Ib 8c Bologna Sausage, Ib 14c STEPHENSON'S GUOCEKY AND MARKET PHONE 601 Niven Sentenced to 21 Years in Prison Jury Convicts Pine Bluff Man of Murder of Ray Mead PINE BLUFF, Ark.-A.fter deliberating less than two hours, a jury early Thursday returned, a verdict finding D. B, Nlven Jr., guilty of the murder of Ray Mead, disabled war veteran. 'Die conviction was for second degree murler nnd the penalty was fixed at 21 years in the penitentiary. The jury received the case at 10:50 p. in. and reported at 12:33 a. m. The defense rested as the court reconvened at 1 Wednesday afternoon. Rebuttal testimony occupied an hour of Ardmore. R. W. Bonds and family attended the rodeo at Hope on the Fourth. Colic Bniley left Monday for Dicrks to join the CCC camp. Cecil Buslin of Rosston spent the wek end with relatives here. Mr and Mrs. Shelbie Cullins spent Monday nnd Tuesday in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Beauchamp and son, Houston of Te.xarkana weer the .guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Bonds Sunday. Bern: To Mr. and Mrs. Walton Sutton, Wednesday, July 4th, a girl. guaranteed RADIO SERVICE Hempstead Co. Lbr. Co. HOYT ANDRES Phone 89 until the court recessed nt 2 o'clock) for preparation of tho instructions. The morning session had been occu-) pied by furtho Hoslimony by defense witnesses us to the defendant's drinking habits and examination of Dr. Pnl Murphy of Little Rock, phychlatrlst, who said that in his opinion Niven was Insane nt the time he killed Mead. Dr. Murphcy's examination followed a long succession of defense witnesses, including Niven's father ond brother, who testified to his drinking habit.-*. The doctor look the stand late in the morning and concluded his testimony just before the court recessed for lunch. He said that he had examined the prisoner at the county jail here July 1. and that in his opinion "this man was in.sane nt the time that he killed Mend." Dr. Murphuy also corroborated testimony that Niven is suffering from a blood disease. He blamed the disease and chronic alcoholism for his mental condition. Prosecuting Attorney Brockman submitted the doctor to a gruelling cross examination in which he dreW the admission that Dr. Murphey expected to turn in u bill of $100 per day for his services. The prosecutor also obtained from the psychiatrist some answers which he used in his argument. The other witnesses of the morning offered futher testimony that Nlven was a llabiutal drunkard and that he had attacked girls' without provocation. Parks Arrives for County Campaign Congressman at McCaskill, Blevins Thursday— Columbus on Friday Tillman B. Parks' sound truck slopped in Hope Thursday noon, at Hotel Barlow, as the congressman brought to Hempstead county his campaign cf re-election in the Seventh Arkansas district Mr. Parks speaks at McCaskill at :! o'clock Thursday afternoon; at Blevins at 8 o'clock Thursday night; and SENSATION NEW 34 I. BROAD HUSKY SHOULDERS . . J. MASSIVE, FLAT' T R t AD V 3. DEEP CUT NON SKID s\ 4. GUM-DIPPED CORDS IQHfSS TIRE „. .iS tlio millions of World's Fair visitors saw tiiv-h IIKK!<: in the Firestone Factory uud i'.xhilihio;: Building, ^e asked thousands tlm question: "What do you value most in a lire?" ttir owners from every slate in the Union were interviewed—drivers of automobiles, Irueks, and busses—and out of il all eame one answer: "Give us Blowout Protection, Non-Skid Safety, tun! 1,01112; Wear, at moderate price." Firestone engineers used every resource in developing a tire \vitJi these qualifications and i/.elliutf to the public at a price hi reach of every car owner. The answer is the new Firestone Century Progress Tire. COMPARE QUALITY — CONSTRUCTION — PRICE This new tire IH in EVERY way the equal or superior of any other Jirsl quality tire built, regardless of brand — name — or by whom manufactured, or at what price offered for sale, (.'all on the Firestone Service Dealer or Service Store and examine il. We know you will he sold on the rufjped quality. You will want to equip y»nr car with these new tires. REMEMBER — yon save money buying today, as rubber is up'1 4'2'/» and cotton 190%. Tire prices cannot remain at these low levels. I Sec 7ioi« Firestone Tires Factory and Exhibition I are iniiilc at the Firettone ililliiK, World's Fair Listen to the Voice, of Firestone — Featuring'!, (ilotlys Sii'iirlhout — Every Monday Nigkl I, over l\ . U . C . — W /'.' At' N e t iv o r k I I 1 CIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES 4.40-21 Sl/.K •1.50-20 U.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.25-18 5.25-21 PRICE $6.10 6.30 6.70 7-20 8.OO 8.80 SI/K 5.50-17 5.50- lit 5. 50-19 HD 6.00-19 III) 6.50-19 HD 7.00-20 Hi) PIUCE $8.75 9.05 11.20 11.45 14.30 17.10 OtUcr ii>u pruixirlioiiutcly low | Why ilitl Century of Progress select anlyFircstotif'in'xnit'it on m'itintijti: tltn't'litjHitcnt of cience? TEE for Unequaled Performance Records for Life Against All Defects for 12 Months Against All Road Hazards Another Scandal at Oklahoma Beauty Queen Dies — Officers Hunt for Pharmacy Student NORMAN, Oklahoma ~(ff>)— The leath of 20-year-old Marian Mills. U- nivcrsity of Oklahoma beauty queen V.IK disclosed Wednesday as the se- ucl of a college romance Mrs. Hazel Brown, 30, cook for the Delta Epsilon fraternity, "Brownie" o her many student confindantes — old County Attorney Paul Updegraff liat the girl had taken many doses of p illegally prescribed medicine in an •ffort to escape motherhood before ;he died at Mrs. Brown's duplex a- , partment yesterday. | Updegraff said that he was "satis- 1 led death was caused by an overdose of this medicineo." The report of an I autopsy, however, was awaited. ! Search went on for 21-year-old Neal Myers. junion pharmacy student last /ear at the university disappeared rom the Brown apartment Tuesday . tfter a panic-stricken call for a doc- tcr. The physician. Dr. E. F. Stenh-j ciiK. found the girl fully dressed, ly- . ng down on her bed. She was dead.' While officers hunted in Norman j or Myers, his mother, Mrs. P. B. | Myers of El Reno, Okla., said she was cnvinced he and Miss Mills were ecretly married. His father, a physi- ian "I don't believe there is anything against my boy. He has always been a clean, respectable young man." The death of the popular beauty tunned the summer school campus. n he daughter of Associate Professor Elbert M. Mills, she was a favorite in both student and faculty circles. In 1930 she was chosen by Fredric March, the actor, ns O. U 's "most beautiful girl," and the following year was Engineer's queen. Although relatives said she was engaged to marry Bernard Doud, a student from Shre- vcport, La., she had frequently been seen in Myer's company nnd it was believed the engagement had been broken. Chinese Crisis Is Forced by Scandal Shortage in Railway Funds Leads to Cabinet Resignation SHANGHAI. China -(/P)—Premier Wang Ching-Wei and the entire Nan- king cabinet have resigned, because, an announcement said, a controversy concerning a charge of corruption, which the Executive Yuan, highest organ of the Nationalist party, brought against Ku Meng-Yu, minister of railways aleging misappropriations of funds in conection with a loan obtained from a French banking-con' cern. Wednesday Liu Hou-Wu, a member of the Yuan control, who was responsible for the charges against Ku Keng- u, received an anonymous letter containing a revolver bullet with the instructions, "use the bullet to commit suicide." The incident, reported to the police, created a political crisis and was intrepreted as an attempt to intimidate the Yuan control, which was responsible for ferreting out allegations on graft against officialdom. It is understood that tre Koumin- tang Central Executive Committee as well as Gen. Chiang Kai-Shek rejected the cabinet's resignation, but serious- political uneasiness exists due to the powerful opposition to Chinese business and industrial interests over the recently adopted tarriff. at Columbus at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Third & Washington Used Cars, New and Used Parts, Batteries, Tires. Washing, Greasing, Gas and Oils. * SALE * COOL Summer Wash Dresses $2.95 LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP "Excusive But Not Expensive" Bayers Aspirin 12's 15c 24'ri 25c 100's 75c McKessons Aspirin 12's lOc 24's I5c 100's 49c Briant's Drug Store Are Your Shrubs Dying If So Use NICOTINE—Sulphur Comp. For Hud Spider and Aphids, also Black Spot and Mildew on Roses. t JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 YOUR I Dollar Day is the calendar's Big Date for Bargain Seekers. , This is the biggest of threw -all. TOWELS We advise you to slotk lift at this low price. We've marked jlhern down close to cost for quick selling. » 8— 15c 12 — 10c Values For Prints - Yiole 20c Value 6 Yards for Chamferay 10c Value 12 Yards for New Summer HOSIERY 59c Value 2 For Play - CSoth 15c Value 8 Yards For Crepe - Pique 39c Value 3 Yards For Step Ins 25c Value 5 Pair Silk Princess Slips 75c Value 2 For House Dresses Gowns 49c Value 3 For Curtain Goods 15c Value 8 Yards for Light Globes 10c Value 15 For WOMEN'S SHOES 100 PAIR—$6 VALUE $1 MEN, Come On Down; e 9 o TIES 25c Value 5 For< Shirts.- Shorts I9c Value 6 For 39c Value 3 For Boys' Suits 75c Value—2 For MEN'S Broadcloth Shirts Gilo Value 2'Fbr SOCKS 15c Value 8 Pair SHOP AT THE NEW PATTERSON DEPARTMENT STORE Second Street Hope, Arkansas

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