Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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PageS ARK, REFRESH YOURSELF DRINK From Sterilized Bottles "Pure as Sunlight" Hope Coca Cola Bottling Co. L. Hollamon ORDER A CASE Serve Frosty Buttle From Your Own Refrigerator. VISIT Our Plant MAKE OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS For Everything the Car Needs We boast of having one of the most complete supplies of automobile accessories and needs in Hope, at the lowest prices. Come in and look over the many essentials of Fall and Winter driving. They save your car—and they are safe. Don't expect the impossible from your car. But you can expect 100 per cent service this Fall and Winter by proper preparations. WESTERN ASSO. STORE Hope, Arkansas Rules and Regulations i. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. The Fail- will open Thursday, October 21, 1937, for the reception of exhibits, which must be in place not later than 12 noon Thursday and must remain until Saturday morning;. (See other rules.) 'Competition will be open to all citizens of Southwest Arkansas. The gates will be open for visitors at 7:00 a. m. Thursday and each succeeding 1 day and night. All loss, damage or accident is at the owner's risk. Exhibitors are required to have their articles entered on the books at the Secretary's office before they are placed on exhibition. No person shall be allowed to interfere with the judges and any person doing so will be excluded from and forfeit all premiums. The judging will be in charge of competent experts. All exhibits in this fair will be grouped in four general departments, viz:—Agricultural and Live Stock; Poultry; Educational; Home Economics. All judging will be done according to the score card for each department. The Chamber of Commerce reserves the right to construe its own rule and determine all matters and differences in regard thereto. Premiums will be paid by check at the Chamber of Commerce office within three days after the fair closes and must be reeipted for by the recipient personally. All exhibitors and concessionaires are. responsible for the neatness and sanitary conditions of the spaces they occupy. Any litter and trash is to be placed in receptacles provided for by the management. Charges for light, power and gas consumed by concessionaires are to be paid for by them under arrangements made by the management. No concessionaire or exhibitor shall exclude the light from other spaces, erect signs without the sanction of the management or use bells or gongs or other noisy methods to attract attention. No concession or exhibition can be removed from the fair grounds without permission of the management. No person shall' be permitted to distribute advertising matter at the fair grounds except from the space contracted for by them. The tacking or posting of any advertisements except as authorized by the management is positively prohibited. Club exhibits will be classified the same as adult exhibits, but will compete only with the other club exhibits. FREE MOVING PICTURE SHOW EDUCATIONAL JUNGLE PICTURE Cost over $100,000 to Produce Filmed in Africa SEE IT FREE AT THE FAIR Every Afternoon and Night Not Advertising (Courtesy, of B. R. Haojro Motor C<v)

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