Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1937 · Page 5
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Thursday October 28, 193? HOPE STAB, ARKANSAS PAG! Announcing 30th OF THE MOST MODERN AND UP TO DATE FEED STORE THE SOUTHWEST HAS EVER SEEN. This store will not only be a place to buy your groceries and feed at a saving but will be a real Service Institution, if you are having trouble with your poultry or livestock in anyway the manager will be on hand to help you solve your problems, Feel free to call on him anytime. "This Service Is Absolutely Free." We wish to introduce to you Mr. R. E. (BOB) GRIFFIN, Local Manager; Mr. PERRY MOSES, Assistant Manager. TO BETTER ACQUAINT YOURSELVES WITH OUR PRODUCTS AND PRICES WE OFFER Those COWS that are not giv- J ing the milk that they should, !• more than likely their Ration is £ not balanced. Get a bag of ;" 24% COW CHOW—Get More .'• Milk. Only $2.25 I If you have plenty of Home Grain Feed Lay Chow to balance your ration. If on Lay Chow your hens don't lay they must be Roosters. Only costs 9c per hen per month. PURINA CHOWS i •: Our New Home in Hope -Photo by Hope star. If you have a Horse or Mule that is run down and ruff looking get a •: We Handle Kansas Best Flour bag of Purina Omolene and Smooth 'Em ., 4 bu. Bag $2.05 \ We list some of our other Feeds ;j always found in Stock i; FREE! FREE! Coffee and Cakes—Come Early. Our Coffee None Better for the Money. Feeder's Special COFFEE Lb.l9c 3Lbs.55c Just received a Truck Load Mrs. Tuckers Shortening Watch our windows for prices iV.SV.V.V.V.V.V.SV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V B V.V Groceries Colonel Purina says, "Layena is the complete laying mash to get eggs the year round at less cost." Nothing'to add to this ration, complete all in one sack. Come in and estimate the large sack in the window. A FREE estimate with each purchase of Flour. Ask for particulars. KANSAS BEST 24 85c PEACHES No. 2 Can IOc PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can 15c S2.90 Per 100 His. Bran Shorts C. S. Meal C. S. Hulls Chops Oats Oyster Shell Pig & Hog Chow Bulky-Las Family Flock Chow Rice Bran Turkey Feeds Rabbit Feeds I KANSAS BEST Lb. $-f.69 Sack -f. .1 PORK & BEANS FLOUR 48 SARDINES 7 25c AH Our Flour Guaranteed. Try a Sack at Our Expense. ii CORNFLAKES, !t 9c ,V.VNVVV.%V.VAV/.V.V.%VAV.%V.VV.V.V.V D V.V.V.V.V.V.V «; Piceon Chow vv.%sw.v.vv.v.v.vv.v.v.%v.v.w.w^^^ Broiler Chow — Hen Chow — Chicken Fatena And all other Poultry and Livestock Feeds; also men who can tell you how to feed them to make more money. CHICKS FOR SALE Sample of (hem on display in Hit- store. He sure (u see I hem. $ TOMATOES ! No. 2 Can Hunting season is just around the corner. Get a bag of Dog Chow and get your dog in shape for the season. 1 Lb. Dog Chow Is Equal to 3 Lb. Meat CRYSTAL WHITE SOAMiant Bars •V B V.V.\V^.V.V.V a VA%V.%V.%V.V.V.V.VV.V.V.V.Vi^^^ 2 Boxes j; Bologna ? SALT HEAT 17e I SAUSAGE I Best Grade | •• 4 A || » 4 ft 11 !• 7 for 25c '.V,V.".V.V.V.V.V.VV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V«V.V.V.V.V $ OATS 2 Bars !; 13c lb. i 19c lb. ;.i>v.w.v.v.v.v.v.v.Vi ICRACKERS toil? A, TOBACCO Kalston ROLLED, in 5 Lb. Bag Best for Eating Can IOc I mVmVmVmV^^ I •V.V.V.V.V.V.VAVWWV Feeders Supply Company^ BETWEEN SECOND and THIRD on WALNUT "The Hope Star and Post Office are Across the Street" A Dandy BROOM Only 18c "f "si Vi'AV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.Vi" pvwywwvww wwvuvvwwv 1 I » GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE PLUS SERVICE PHONE 285 .V.V.V.V»V.VAV»VfV»V.V»V»ViV»V»V»Vi%V.VfV»V*ViV Call On Us for Every Electrical Need CROSLEY RADIOS CROSLEY REFRIGERATORS House Wiring—Electrical Appliances HOUSTON ELECTRIC SHOP PHONE 784 34 Years of Continuous Unbuilding i CONGRATULATIONS I The Hope Brick Works began operations in 1903, 34 years ago. These 34 years have bot-n years of continuous upbuilding of the Hopu Brick Works and years of constant service ID the people. In 1910 the plant was rebuilt and enlarged. 'In 1916 the plant was again enlarged and new modern machinery was added. In 1928 the entire plant was torn down and rebuilt to meet modern needs. New machinery nrnl Down Draft Kilns weie added. In 1936 the plain installed a JJcisel power plant to replace the sleam plant. This year the plant is constructing the latest design of continuous tunnel Brick Kiln, Hope Brick Works has progressed with Arkansas and its people; manufacturing only Common Brick in 1903, today Hoiw Brick Works manufacture Common Brick, Face Brick, Hollow Tile, Drain Tile. Fire Proofing, and kindred items. We appreciate the business and faith that wo have earned in these 34 yeais. and in the future we shall continue to progress with our people. ] " RITCHIE GROCER COMPANY HOPE BRICK WORKS 5%*$^^ i

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