Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 12, 1934 · Page 6
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;v HOPE STAR, HOPE!, ARKANSAS i*> !••?, Howard Reed Will Speak on Monday Candidate for Governor to Appear in Hope at 8 Monday Night Howard Reed, opposing Marion E Tutfell for governor in the Democratic primary election next month, will bring his campaign to Hope at 8 o 1 - clock next Monday night, July 16. He will climax four speaking engagements on the 16th, beginning at 10 in the morning at Arkadelphla; 1 o'clock at Gordon; 3:30 at Prescott— and the night engagement at Hope. The following day, Tuesday, July 17, he wil speak at 10 a .m at Stamps; at 2:30 p. m. at Lewisville and at 8 p. m at Texarkana. On Wednesday, June 18, he will speak at 2 >/. m. nt Nashville. One lot of Women's Shoes, broken sizes. Some good styles in White and Beige. $1.00 Misses Sandals and Oxfords in White and Beige. Sizes lli/> to 2. Values $1.25 to $1.49 $1.00 HITTS Brownfei/t Shoe Store Girl Wished Job at Sea, Is Slain Millard Hickman, Marine Engineer, on Trial at San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO. Calif. — Parties, yacht rides, drinks and girls figured in testimony Wednesday at the trial of Millard Hickman for the murder of Louise Jeppenson, pretty Utah girl who was strangled to death in Golden Gate park May 13. "Tomy" Dee, president of an engineering company, told of "partying" with Hickman after his separation from his wife - He said he introduced Miss Jeppenson to the 45-yearlold marine engineer, in her search for a job at sea. That was on May 8, only a few days before the party at Hickman's apartment which preceeded the finding of the body of the girl in the park. "She wanted to get a position on one of the boats," said Dee. "I introduced here to Mr. Hickman, thinking that he might help to get her a position." Dee himself, had known the girl only a short while. Theer were drinks and an invitation to dinner. Hickman later called and invited-him to dinner. "Are there going to be any girls there?" Dee said he asked. Hickman said he did not know then but later telephoned, the witness said, telling him Miss Jeppeson was there alone and he could bring his own girl. He brough Miss Blanche McKay, expected to figure prominently as a defense witness. Dee said that when he and the blond Miss McKay arrived, Miss Jep- penson was in Hickman's kitchen preparing the meal. She was having trouble with the ice cream, he said, so while she worked at it, the three others went into the living room for a round or two of cocktails. Thureday, July 12, 19&4 Lewisville Man DiesHere^Aged?? Jim May Formerly Lived at Bodcaw, Removing to Lewisville Jim May, 77, of near Lewisville, died Wednesday afternoon in Jose-1 phinc hospital. Ill for a number of weeks, Mr. May i was brought to th<j hospital four days ago in n dying condition. He gradually grew worse until the end at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday. He is survived by his widow and several sons and daughters. Mr. May formerly lived in the Bodcaw community, removing from there to near Lewisvillc. Funeral and burial services were to be held Thursday afternoon. Miss Frances Mohan is spending the wee kwith relatives in Tcxnvkana. Mrs. Missouri Kidd is here for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. W Mohan. Mrs. Fannie Galloway, Mrs. Pearl Callowny, Floradean Calloway and Marlin Coggins of Rottnn, Okla., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rich Dougan. Mary Ruth Dougan of Rector is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dougan. Rev. G. A. Motiscr, J. W Timmonds and Rev. Hughes of Rector, Rev. G. B. Poxley of Prescott and J. E. Lineman of Montiiello were visitors Sdn- day in the Cole home. As result of a change in its postal service. Poland nov has n postoffice for every 6,300 Inhabitants. Emmet Misses Carma) Ledford and Myrtle Harvey of Columbus are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. S Spriggs. Nfrs. Harry Shaver of Memphis is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Boh Wylie. Miss Mary Beauclair attended the annual conference of hte state board of health in Hot Springs last Thursday and Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ward of Malvcrn were called to the bedside of their son Dan, who accidentally shot himself Monday Mrs. Hemnn Cox and small son returned to their home in Longview, Texas after an extended visit with relatives. Miss Anna Lou Roseberry of Malvern is visiting re-Jntives here. Mr and Mrs. Frank Hlnlton and son Frank Garland spent Sunday in Bella Vista. Shover Springs Crops arc looking good since the rain which fell last Friday. The singing nt Shover Springs was well attended and some fine singing was rendered. Mnrk Reed and little daughter, Mary Elizabeth of Mlnden, La., spent Sunday night with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Samson of Slmms, Tex. spent from Saturday until Tues- day with relatives here and at Rocky Mound. The E. L. Austin well on the J. W. McWIlllams farm is shut down on account of cementing the surface casing, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickard and daughterdaughter, Miss Fay, and Miss Eleanor McWIlllams spent the Fourth In Columbia county near Magnolia. Byran Rugglcs and family nnd Early McWillll McWilllams and family, Lehman Rug- glca and family nnd Mrs. Charles Rogers nnd son Parker, nil spent the Ooufth frying fish and picnicing nt the Cnsstdy pond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Dnrwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Duckett of Hope and Dr. E. L. Austin of Dallas all took dinner with Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Me Williams Wednesday, Mr, land Mrs. Pete Lasetcr nnd litj tie son Donald Joe of Hope spot! Sunday evening with their father Job Laseter. Prof. Davis of Hope started H slnjj ing school hero Monday morning, J. W. McWillinms and Mrs. M rcll Huekabce were business visitor! In Hope Monday. . Frank Jones of Shrcveport attended the singing here Sunday . Professor Judine, chief of the gical service of the Institute Skllfa^ sovsky of Moscow, transfuses bio from dead bodies to living ones process which lie has worked Antioch Brady Cook, Misses Irene and Fern Cook and Clio Douban returned home Monday after several days visit with relatives and friends in Hugo and Antlers, Oklahoma. Walter Renz of Malvcrn visited here a few days this week. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go IT you f«l sour and mink nnd the world looks punk, don't swallow n lot o. nails, min- en\ water, oil, laxative candy or chewinjr (turn and expect them to make you suddenly sweet and buoyant and full of sunshine. For they can't do it. They only move (ho bowels and a mere movement doesn't get at the cause. The reason for your down-and-out feelinc it your liver. It should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If thin bile Is not Sowing freely, your food doesn't dizest. It just decays in the bowels. Can MoaU up your stomach. You have a thick, bad tasto and your breath is foul, •km o(Um breaks out in blemishes. Your head acnes and you feel down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. ,,iL t ,',£ e *. t , hc ™> K° odl old CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS to got theao two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel 'up and up." They contain wonderful, harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, amazing when it comes to making the bile flo> freely But don't ask for liver pills. Ask for Carter's Little Uver Pills. Look for the name Carter's Little Liver Pills on the red label. Resent a substitute.Zficatdrugetorea. 01931C. M Co Friday and Saturday SILK HOSE (Special) Pure silk, full fashion silk hose, good colors. First quality, 55c pr. pr. $1 DOMESTIC 38% inch Brown Domestic, good quality. 15yds for $1 SHEERS Your choice. Piques, Seersucker, ancl Organdies. 3 yds. $1 Children's Dresses A chance to save on these dainty little dresses. Sizes 2 to 12. 2 for $1 SILKS Close Out A special for you. Pure silk, 39-in. wide, Plain and fancy. 55c yard 2yds.$l SHEETING 9-4 Brown Sheeting, Seamless. 5 yds. $1 TOWELS 17x35 Turkish Towels. A real chance to stock up. Save 12 for $1 SILK SLIPS Pure Silk Slips. Extra long. California or Straight Tops. $1 each Belle Isle Pillow Cases 42 x 36 A Real Saving. 4 for$l UNDIES They are pretty, new and a bargain. Your chance to stock up. 4 for $1 SHOES A rack of shoes for you to pick from. $lpair House Dresses (Close Out) A large assortment of house dresses, fast color. 14 to 42. 3f or J.C. PENNEY STRAWS Reduced For Quick Selling FANCY SOCKS 25c Values—5 Pair WORK SOCKS 12 Pair $1.48 Boys' DRESS PANTS Well Tailored in light washable colors. Sizes 8 to 18. 49c Boys' PLAY SUITS 3 For Washable medium weight in sizes 3 to 7. Limit three to a customer. MI n M i in M i n n H 11 Big Smith OVERALLS We know what you expect of Dollar Day—and We've left nothing undone in order to give you a regular bargain circus. Due to extremely low prices we have had to limit the quan- ity on some of the items offered below. Stretch your dollars on these two great days. Sale of First Quality Hosiery Regular $1.25 HOSIERY Summer shades in sheer chiffons with lace tops. Limit 2 pair to a customer. Regular 49c HOSIERY 3 For First quality in all new shades. Limit 3 pair to a customer. TVhite For Men and Women Reduced FOR DOLLAR DAYS 16 Pair Ladies WHITE OXFORDS 13 Pair Ladies Dun Deer SANDALS You'll save plenty if we can fit you from this limited quantity of flat heel Oxfords. Sizes 3'/i to 8; but not all widths in all sizes. Just 13 pair of these smart "Dun-Deer" Sandals in broken sizes. It will be a lucky foot that makes this "buy." SLIPS 2 For Well mado Rnyon ancl Taffeta in White and Flesh. Limit two to a customer. Dental Cream Regular 39c Squibbs Dental Cream. Limit 3 to a customer. 3 For Hope Bleaching Here's a super Bargain. 10 yards of Hope Bleaching for only- Limit—10 yards In a customer Dark Blue a/id Express Stripes. All suspender backs, sizes 31 to 42 waist. Fifty pair to close out at this low price. Men's Work SHIRTS Two For Coat style with two flap pockets. Double reinforced front and back with ventilated armholes and back. Full cut in sizes 14 to 17. Limit two to a customer. Mill II III III III II MM Hill I HI! I' Illlll III! Illl Mill I MUM Mil, 11| || || II111M111II11111M 111,,,, I,,,,,, ,,,,,11,,,,!, |f l'« ""1 Piece Goods for Dollar Days PRINTS Yard Wide 10 Yards' SHEETING 9-4 Brown Sheeting. Limit 5 yards to a cus- lomer ' 5 Yards SEERSUCKER, SWISS PIQUE VOILE Every one is a regular 39c seller. 3 Yai'dS BATH TOWELS 16x30 good quality towels. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE LEEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W. Robison 6- Co. HOPE ,,- PRESCOTT NASHVILLE miiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Choice of Summer Hats Included are about 50 Summer Hats that sold for $1.98 and ?2.98. Hurry! They won't last long at this unheard of price. Wif 1 t m

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