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TWO HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday. January 8, Star A Timely Coincidence O Jti&titM, Deliver Thy Herald From False Report! Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. <C. E. Palmer & Alex. H. Washburn). at The Star building", 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Arkansas. ALEX. H. WASHBURN. Editor and Publisher Entered ns second-class matter at the postoffice at Hope, Arkansas Under the Act of March 3. 18^)7. Definition: "The newspaper iS an institution developed by modern civtl- i?nti<Mv to present the news of the clay, to foster commerce- and industry, through Widely circulated advertisements, and to furnish that check upon swernmerrt which no constitution has ever been nb'lo to provide."—Col. R. R. MeCerftuck. Subscription Rate (Always Payable \n Advanccl: By city carrier, per week lac; per month G3c: one year S6.50. By mail, in Hempstead, Nevada. Howard, Miller and LnFayette counties. $3.50 per year: elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclsuively entitled to the use- for repUbKcation of all news dispatches,credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein, i National Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies. Inc., Memphis, Temu Stertck Bldg.: New York City. 303 Lexington: Chicago, 111.. 75 E. Wack- or Drive.' Detroit. Mich., 33S Woodward Av-e.; St. Louis. Mo.. Star Bldg. Charges on Tributes. Etc.: Charges will be m.-ide for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolution, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN Editor. Journal of the American Medical. Association, and of Hygeia, the Health Magazine This is the first of a scries of nrlieles by Dr. Morris Ffrhbcin in which he-tells the facts about vitamins; what these important demerits in" our food are. and what they "ean do for us. The.-world has become vitamin-conscious, Twenty-five years ago nobody knew whai? a vitamin was. Today, hardly a Fingtjs food substance is sold without reference to its vitamin content, and everyone feels he ought to have the rifrhlt vitamins in the right amounts in Ijjs daily food. . Sttangely, -our knowledge of vita- terror a? n revolutionary weapon. : In the beginning it was decidedly , ncce.'.s-nry. The army officers corps I wns permeated with disloyalty; so! j were various governmental units. j In organizing revolutionary France i for self-preservation, it was necessary j to be eternally suspicious and to hit { j with paralyzing force wherever the ! suspcious panned out. j Suspicion grew by what it fed on. i tt became fatally easy to suspect any- I one who disagreed with you of dis- [ loyalty, to postpone just a little long- sr the ending of the terror. So Saint-Just, as high-minded an j idealist as ever signed a denth \var- i rant, was led on—to his own destruc- i *.ion and the discrediting of the revolutionary movement. I The Columbia University Press offers this book at S3.50. •x "•••*<<$>', --••^S>" i ' vy :.:o" ; "*',#' „,. * ...<•'=• .jiffi?:-. hind each ear. This doesn't mean, of ! > course, that you should thrust City Slashes (Continued from page one) ! awav tile fat between them. uo-ut f By Olive Roberts Barton chin upward in exaggerated manner. ' Aftc-rward, kneel on the floor with. F j weight on your heels. Clasp your; The lift must come from behind your, hands . bt , hint | youl . back , a! i ovv yma , head to fall slowly backward, then press shoulder blades together. Relax and repeat. This stimulates circulation, tends to reduce fat at. the back of the neck and to relax the muscles there. ears. If your neck is tense when you a t!; up in the morning or if you have unnatural fullness between your shoulder blades, do these exercises: 'Stand erect with feel together. el- Mrs. Brown was in a dilemma. She i bows bent and fists clenched. Keep. ..ad taught Joan to be generous and ' ing your hands on the muse-lei', in nun* has developed by realizing what] .-hare her toys with the other chil-i front of shoulders, rotate your elbows The New Zealand notomis bird was- hapgens When they .are absent. j tlren w j lo came j n j o play. I and shoulders Feel the muscles of j reconstructed from fossil bones before Completely deficiency of any one of j That was when the possessions of ! your chest stretch and pull. Notice j it '.vat; found as a living bird. Scicnt- the •'vitamins will inevitably result in I her little girl would stand generosity - how this simple routine rubs should- j ists had thought it wa sextinct. appearance oi disease and in degen- If a neighbor child dropped a doll hi I _ _^. ^ ........ _;...- — eraflpn of the tissues. tne mud or broke a leg o{f a toy bcd ! Partial absence of a vitamin will] ; t cou ] c t easily be charged up to profit I result m .symptoms which indicate and loss without breaking the bank, the-ffeginrungs of serious changes. { Now< however, Joan had some very The vitamins differ one from anoth- , expenE i V e presents. Besides toys there er-ih relationship to their preserva- j wcre a is O fine books to bc presc rved tion,; their effects on the body, the ] for hoi . tter room had be£m re , dcc _ rateivof their deterioration, and simi- , orate d. too; and what about the real- larfactors. Just because one vitamin; i y good cusnions and curtains and .. J ^..:._. . you need not try tb take spread? Were . the visitore to be al . Bells Chapel Mrs. M. E. White is spending this winter with W. J. and J. A. White in Preseott. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Britt of Kilgore. Texas, spent Thursday and Friday with her mother Mrs. J. B. Bailey. Mrs. Tom Shackelford, Mrs. George Stewart and Loyd Shackclford were shopping in Hope Friday. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Harp of Taylor. Texas move into our community. Misses Frances Brooks and Bertha all of them in excess. Yeit many promoters are combining the vitamins auto tablets, capsules, and similar preparations, and urging the rale of these products as "cure-alls" lowed to treat them carelessly? Joan had been told they were hers. If Sally-Joe made herself happily and entirely at home in the blue room and left marks on everything she touched, for_disease, what should Joan do about it? The sale of vitamins for any pur- j Tempering Generosity pose -which they cannot possibly nc--j Mrs Brown thought it over. It was . complish is unwarranted. \ time to come to a clccision . should If yoxi. are eating a well-balanced j Joan bo a n O wed to go on being ovcr- ove fay Mary Raymond Copyright NEA 193* BEGIN nnnc TODATT Agninm (he wi.slicH of liet , fgrnnil mother, aristocratic niliS. CAnrtatoN. DANA WKSTHROOK married DH. SCOTT STAM,13y. n physirinn. her uinrrl.iec. ricli IIO.N- I would find a good woman to help, I and they could manage to gc-i Miss Daua married without her. Mrs. Osborne, passing through the hall, heard the colored maid AI,D with diet with plenty of the essential food substances that I have mentioned in this series of articles, you need not Today's Health Question Q.—I have recently heard that lettuce remains in the stomach from two to three days before it is digested. Is this statement true? What is the value of lettuce in the diet? A.—Lettuce is quite as dieestible as other leafy vegetables and does not -remain in the stomach for an excessive--length of time. Like other similar vegetables, it furnishes valuable vitamins. generous? It had been part of her ( plan to keep every vestige of selfishness out of her child. That clay one of the new books disappeared. It was found later on Sally-Joe's porch, wet and ruined, Shortly after that one of the blue pil- j lows was discovered in the bath tub. i In the meantime the bright new toys I were daily looking more shabby and i scarred. ! That decided her. She had taught | generosity. Now she would have to qualify it. After all. there was such a things as "property rights" and every one has to learn self-protection. 'She did the right thing. "Generosity" was the basis of her talk. So she said to her child. "Joan, when you are so generous to Sally-Joe, don't you think she should be generous to you?" M.'.'king the Distinction "Oh. she is. mother. She gives me l.-,t<= of things." Mr?. Brown did not utter her j ih(,i-.(?.hts— that Sally-Joe had abused j her own possessions so much she was not concerned with further care of spend -extra money to buy vitamin concentrates or extracts in pure j forms, unless your doctor recommends \ them. It is a great mistake to regard all ' the vitamins as similar substances. | Each has to be considered on it. 1 -; own ' merits. They, differ from one another chemically. One vitamin cannot lake the place of another. Two vitamins com- j '"" ^ bined dannot take the place nf a'hii-fl. !,.?• . . ,. , , Absent of one or several of the ! ' Y( - 1)ut real «"ndness and gen- vhamins may, however, so weaken I ™- v nl ? ans m ° Tre tll£l " B «! v ! nB Tor the tissues of the human bony that- kndln5 ' hlngs < Joan - . If Sal } y - Joc they become susceptible to infection i WO " J renlly P? ncr °V s •*» would not in I way in which they would not ba | f '" tr j'- v your nlce thln «f . Sho wouldn ' susceptible if the diet were adequate. ! hl<cak - or lc; ' r or scriltch In other words, absence of a single vitamin lead:; to certain definite disturbances which indicate that short- .age. Absence of one or several vitamins leads to weaknesses and chant-in the tissues which make thorn incapable of growth and health. siooRjs hna iiccn in IOVP (say: "Well, maybo, Mi-s. Osborne would let me off to go tell her." "Where do you want to go, Lll- lie?" Mrs. Osborne asked. "Mrs. Cameron's Sarah Is sick i today. And Sarah's granddaugbtei wanted me to got hold of my aunt. They need somebody real bad on account of Mrs. Cameron's granddaughter marrying Mr. Ronald Alooro tonight." "You may get off awhile, Lll- lie, of course," Mrs. Osborne said. She went into the dining room and joined her husband. "Richard," she said, "all that gossip about Scott Stanley's divorced wife marrying Ronnie Moore Is true. They're going to be married tonight." Dr. Osborne frowned. "I'm sorry to hoar that. I have an idea It will hit Scott mighty hard." "You think he's still in love with her?" "Not a tioubt in the world of it. And she's in love with him. It's ono of those things that happen— two people breaking for some petty reason and never getting Lack together again. That's why her. NANCY. Dnnn'ii linlf- love* nonulii. Inn liiilc.s her behind a disdainful ntll- Intie. PAULA LONG'S iiifnlnntlon tot Scott Uiinlly nroimcH D:IUII*H jcnl- on»y. After a mlsumliTstantlinR, Nlie .return* to her Brrandmnthcr't* Iionte. IlIrN. .Cnmcroii IIHCK tier Influence to iu:ike the scpnrrilinn permanent nud the urcnk niilcns between the young couple. Ronnie In a liiynl friend. Iml Dnnn remnlna disconsolate. 1^1- nally, helievlns Seott Invvn I'Jiiila. Unna dcelden to divorce him. Scott believer* Onua left lihn bccnuNe she wn» llrctl ol lieiiin poor, anil nrondly iinikci* no move xo^vnrtl a reconciliation. lie he- conieo a partner or the t:ltj-'~ muni outHtnmlitii; physician. 1)11. OS- 1IOHMS. Six months niter the divorce, Onna promise* to marry llonnlc.. Nancy Impulsively lell.-t r«oniiie thai Dana IIOCH not love him. Ancry. noiinle HlinkpH Nancy. When »lie ericH, he 'iisscs Her. Then. nHhnincd. lie tnUcn her home* NOW GO ON WITH THE STOK* CHAPTER XLIIl- S ARAH was a believer In signs. "When she opened her eyes Friday morning to find rain beating against her window, she Involuntarily groaned. linin. 'Twan't no good sign. Rainin' on a weddin' day. have said something." "Don't try to pin tt on me. Gran," Nancy salu lu a hollow tone. "Maybe the Joyous bridegroom couldn't keep it. Maybe the license bureau forgot and eiuerea it on the record book today." "Ronnie got the license at Lakeville," Dana said, "and he told me it wouldn't be In any paper until tomorrow." "Well, that clears Ronnie. It he's gone to so much trouble to keep his marriage a deep, dark sccrot," Nancy said wearily. Dana flashed out. "It's all silly! What difference does it make whether people know or not? I'll bo married in a few hours. Wha! does anything matter?" Airs. Cameron put down a vase and came over, looking Hard at Dana. "1 don't think that has a nice sound. Dana." "Please, Grandmother, don't i drive me. I'm marrying Ronnie nvnil ourselves of the means provid-; r<l by the Invvs of the state to .establish the fncts In the cnsc." Street Ti»x Ropenl Ix>scs An ordinance asking repeal of the street tnx levy wns introduced by Altlcrmnn Doy Anderson who dcclnr- cd tbnl the law was not being adequately enforced by the police (lepnrt- tncnt. saying that it would bc better to wipe the ordinance off the books (linn not enforce it. When the vote- came, the proposal was defeated, 5 to 2. Aldcftnnn Cnr- ii|{an was not present. The vote for repeal: Anderson and Henry. Against repeal: Taylor, Keith, Hamilton, n, Johnson nnd L. Carter Johnson. Alderman Carter Johnson, chairman of the- wntcr and lipht committee, reported that the foundation hnd been set for installation of new machinery at the water and light plant, and that the machinery hnd been shipped. Alderman Hamilton, chalrmnu of streets and alleys committee, reported that 5,754 feet of street had been graveled by the WPA since his last report to the council. He »lso reported Ihnt 1,322 fcut of concrete sidewalks had been coin- pitted within the ciiy limits with no cos! to the city. Construction of the walks was done by he WPA with a cast of 2J! cents per fool lo the property owner. The December fire report filed with the council showed six alarms, two of which were false. Two grass fires were included in the six alarms. The report failed to show the total fire loss. The December report of F. N. Porter, plumbing and electrical inspector for the city, showed that he had examined six electrical jobs and three plumbing jobs. The- December report of Dr. J. H. Weaver: "In making this, my ninth monthly rcpart. I beg to state: "That I have answered nil calls and complaints which have come to my knowledge. "Sanitary conditions arc improving considerably and there have been no complaints. 'Many transients have applied for help and have been assisted." Police Report The December police rport, filed by Chief of Police John W. Ridgdill, showed 21 arrests; fines assessed. $240; cash collected on fines, $97; fines suspended by court, none: fines appealed to circuit court, non; fines dismissed by court, none; seven prisoners paid part of their fines and worked cut the balance, the report said. Cash collected on trash hauling. $85; total fines and trash hauling. $181. City Treasurer Charles Reynerson report for December: Receipts— Balance December 1 $4,497.04 Corp. Tax (from sheriff) 2,619.03 Road tax (from sheriff) 755.91 December fines 97.00 Trash Hauling 85.00 Corp. license 65.51 Street tax 32.50 Auto license 21.65 Rent on cow barn (Fair Park) 10.00 Telephone tolls (phone No. 35 G.25 Refund on bill (Standard Oil) .41 Total ' $8,190.30 Disbursements— November salaries $2,074.00 December salaries 2,011.75 Bills paid 1-073.04 Cemetery salary (Nov.-Dec.)... 50.00 Hospital fee (Nov. and Dec.). 50.00 .»>•:•!. S.-Klein GETTLEMENT -ot Providence by •^ Roger Williams and his followers In. 1036 probably will be the subject .of the new ntamp that Rhode Island Is asking the government to Issue this year In commemoration -of the 300th anniversary ot the 'founding of tlmt stntp. \Vllllams defied the orthodoxy and Intolerance of the Massachusetts Bay Colony authorities, and escaped exile to England by fleeing southward and founding Providence. • This, year also may see new stamps commemorating the settlement of Texas In 1GSC, and, the entry ot' Arkansas Into the Union in 1836. * * * Snatch up .at least one 50-ceut Oral Zejppelin stamp, of the 1933 Century of .Progress Issue, before It gets too high to reach. Everyone, It seems, wants, the stamp, since It was dropped by the Philatelic Agency In Washington. * * * The Philippine Trade -Commission In Washington, D. C., expects a new shipment of the.Common- waaKh .stamps soon. Here's another good sot to acquire. * * * TUe Nizam of Hyderabad, wealthiest man in the world, Is ito celebrate his silver .jubi- Stop Getting Up Ni| Mnke This 25r Test Use.Juniper oil, Buohu IciivcS to flush out excess acids .and matter. Get rid of bladder irrii thftt causes waking up, frequoft| sire, scanty flow, burning nnt! - t aohe. Gel Juniper oil. Buchu etc.. in little green Inhlcts cnlU kets, the bladder laxative, days if not plenscd go buck your 25c. Gel your regular sle feel "full of pop." Hrinnt's Dru| and John S. Gibson Drug Co. WANTED-HRADINO B01 White Oak-Whisky and OH :_ Overcii]), Post Oak anil Bed Knilnd Sweet Gum Block!) For prices mid specifications, HOPE HEADING COMPANl Phone 2'I5 Hope, lee, In February, and n set of Jour stamps is to nxemoratlon. be issued in corn- Germany, admittedly, Is determined' to 'flood the world with what it calls "propaganda stamps." The latest to appear here-are the three "wintarspori.K" Beml-poHtuls advertising the forthcoming 'Olympic Games. Another -aet ito appear soon consists o£ two values .illustrating the new Zeppelin 'to 'be launched soon. (Copyright, 1!I36, NBA .Service, Jno.) Total Balance in Bank, Jnn 1. Groaning again, Sarah started ! trumped up an excuse when tlu-v raising her bulky form. And then called me to Mrs. Cameron. her. mother. She'll get In Jhjs series of articles the vitamin.-; are considered primarily as food substances. However, doctors u:~c them in Coricentratccl form for the treatment" .of various kinds of diseases. Such usage is distinct from the cotinc of foods for health and growth. ; -YOU I mad." i "I think you can tell her. Say to il:or th;it ii is as important to be kind i to thin'.':-: :-;>; to people. And when you j while, now." 1 rlo thai, you are being kind to the ! [ |iftf.;,ie who own them, also." i ( Little- by little the other child ab- j .•.iirbed it. She went home and preach- •• ed the philosophy to her mother (who i ! iv-tr!ed ill und there was not so much i trouble thereafter. I ' While this plan worked out satis- I fnc'ttjrily, the/e are n;any cases where dropped back with a cry of pain. Louella came running to her bedside. "What's the matter? What's troubling you, Granny?" "My laiss." mourned Sarah. "1 can't move my laiss. Mus' be rheumatfz lak 1 used to have." "It was all that stooping and rubbing when you ain't hnd no heavy work to do in a long time.' said Sarah's daughter, Lou, who Thought iC those youngsters were thrown together, something mi:-rht work out." His wife smiled. "Incurably romantic! Why don't you teH this stairo, anything could be done." "Scott's one hundred and fiftj miles away.'lie drove up to Easton yoi-u.-rdny for the stnte medical convention. lie's due to rcac! had come into tlio room. "You're : a paper thure tonight." bound to stay homo In bcd for a I ' nn ' *«>"* any more about 1 it, Mrs. Osborno. said. • * * AFTER her husband had gone, she found she was worrying about Scott. She wished it were not such a conventional world. U Go 'way from here," grumbled Sarah. "I've got to got to Mis' II they tote rue in a wheelbarrow. How you all specs we gwine have a weddin' and have things nice for Mr. Ronnie, with rao in the : it were good tasto to be frank and | impulsive, she would put on der hat and go straight to that charm• ins girl who had seemed so bap- bed?" "Miss Dana and Mr. Ptonnie A Book a Day By Bruce Cattirt The reign of terror in the French revolution is one of those- clu.|.ter.. in history that it is aimcst impoi.sioie for a; modern siudc-nt to undo stand. Most, of us shake our heeids d':.--j/;ir- Jngly,. .conclude that the French i-ov- crnment had simply got into the h;,i:dj of sadistic ihonsters, aiid let it go ui that.;_ In 'jiugene Newton Curtis' new bio- grapby,."Saint-Ju3t: Colleague of Rob- espierre," there is n lucid explanation cf this bloody phenomenon. Saint-Just was a young lawyer from the provinces who became a leader it won't succeed. It is delicate busi- getting married!" cried Louella, , nc..*-:. this of settling property rights I showing her white teeth in a de-j "'^ married and then had 1m- and generosity to ;, nice balance. ! lighted grin. "My, aint that nice, P Illsivel y walked right out ot j BOW?" Sarah could have bitten her tongue out. The wedding badn'S happened yet, and her mistress By Alicia Hart Protruding collar bone-, und a lump Kc-twtL-n shoulder bltidta generally are I corner. due to bad posture.-. The ^iri who i Sarah's I bad told her not to talk about it until afterward. "Mis' said nobody was to know nutbln. And now, olo blab niouui couldn't keep ber tongue in tier haid. Lou, I know you won't fergit. Cut Louella here, she's young, and like aa not she'll start talkin' 'fore she reaches tlir ; trim young t'rand- Scott's life. I£ she followed the promptings of her heart, she would drive over and talk to Dana. Sometimes mountains dwindled to molehills .-•lands correctly and lets her neck I daughter tossed her head. •'! can muscks 'not the upper vertebrae of; keep a secret as good us anybody. v/hen women talked together. Perhaps, she should have encouraged Richard to call Scott over long distance. It would be belter, anyway, to have the news come from a friend than to flnd the announcement leaping at him from a newspaper. But Mrs. Osborne didn't call her husband. She decided he had enough perplexities and acxieties without adding to them. At the Camfci'on home, Sarah's the revolutionary movement at the i her :-.pinal column) .support her head | Rest your mind. Granny. I know a ; substitute was being kept busy, age ot 25, helped bring France to vie- ' .••-•Idem develops an unattractive bulge toVy in her war againit the European »r the back of her neck. ^alitinn -.,ri,,,t ;,« RobeEoierre's right- : Vcu should ttaud and sit ccaUtion, acted aa Robespierre's right hand man, directed the terror during its bloodiest days— and finally WHS hirnsplf' guillotined when the inevitable reaction came. Frol'esspi- Curtis shows how and why with your head comfortably high as though it were suspended on ii rope attached to the ceiling. Don't let it. settle down into your shoulders. Make believe that an fine cook out a job. Sho'll Mis' Cameron today." » * « Flowers were arriving. Great arm fills of chrysanthemums from , neighbors. Big boxes of roses and OARAII resigned herself to the other flowers from the shops, with '••' Inevitable. It waa a pity Lou had her delicatessen job. Saint;-Just, and the others, took up the cord is pulling it upward from bc- j and Louella was working "regular." I But Louella was smart. Maybe she cards enclosed. Before noon, the lower Uoor was a bower ot blooms. "I can't understand ft," Mrs. Cameron said, "somebody must Thai's what you want, isn't it?" • • 9 AUNT 'ELLEN followed her •^ sister upstairs. "Dana's In a difficult, dangerous mood." Mrs Cameron said. "If Scott Stanley walked in, 1 don't knew what would happen." "1 do." Aunt Ellen said. "You do. Munipli," Mrs. Cnmorou said, slowly. "1 suppose you think she's still in love with Him. I .suppose you think there Is such a thins as real love. And that people go through their lives loving His same person! Well, you should know by your experience that tliej don't. That they forget and art- happy and are glad they didn't lose their beads. 1 said, Ellen, i/ou should know it's best tor Otuia to marry Ronnie Moore and be lixed for the rest of her life!" Aunt Ellen's face was scarlet. Whatever did Agatha mean? Had she lost her mind, talking in thai fashion? are you going. Aiiul EllenV" Naiicy asked as her aunt came through the hall a few minutes later, her hat and coat on. "Something I forgot." her aunt answered. "No, dear. I'm only going a stop. I don't need anybody to drive me." "There's somebody to see you Dr. Osborne," the girl at the deali at the physician's office epoke through a telephone. "She wanted Dr. Stanley, and when 1 told Her he was out of town, she asked for you. There are several ahead of her. But she says H'a an emergency, something that cau't wait." "Send her In," the physician said. Ten minutes later, smiling. Dr. Osborne pulled a telegraph blank from a pad and wrote something on It. Maybo he had been a fool to humor that romantic old soul, who hnd insisted that Scott must be told about the wedding. Frowning thoughtfully, be considered tbe words be bad written. Then he crumpled the message In his hand and reached for the telephone. (To Bo Continued) ,$5,258.79 .. 2,931.51 $8.190.30 5 Substitutes (Continued from page one) from long-unused acres, might again pile up the carry-over the Farm Administration has soufht to reduce. "A Landlord's Code" MEMPHIS, Tenii.— ffi>)—H. L. Milch- to the United 'States Supvome Court ruling, brouht a sharp decline in ac- tiv.e .positions ut .the start of trading. During the-first half-hour prices dropped 52 u bale .in .less than 10 minutes beJEone short ,cove,ring , imd profit .taking halted the decline. For the rust of the .day the market staged a slow .point-toipoint recovery back toward-the previous closing levels, but limited buying interest kept futures far below Monday's final prices. FLUSH OUT 15 MILES 01 KIDNEY TUB1 Medlc.nl authorities agree tl kidneys contain 15 MItiEB tubes .or lllters which help to J. the blood and keep you health^ If you have trouble with to quent bladder passages with simount causing burning and d fort, the IS MILKS of kidney; may need Hushing out. This signal may bo the beginning c King backache, 1<?K pains, !OBB<I and energy, Rcttinp up nights,.:! Inp. puninesa under the ey6 dizziness. If kidneys don't empty 3 j day and so pet rid of tnoro pounds of waste, poisonous may develop, causing serious 1 Don't wuit. Ask j'our druggl! DOAN'S PILLS, which lmv$| usod successfully by mlllions.<i| plo for over 40 years. They glve| relief and will help to Hush OU 15 MILKS of kidney tubes.1 DOAN'S PILLS at For All Kinds INSURANCI See Roy Anders! imd Company Stop That Cou| WITH CHERROSOTEi The best remedy for simple mill ffiiMrlr fermentative w 8 oz. Bottle 60c ; JOHN S. GIBSO1 Drug Company, "The REXALL Storei --•• - Pbano Gil :j Hope, Ark. Establishe Charter No. ,10579 Reserve Di.stric REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE. Citizens National OF HOPE, IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31. 1935 ASSETS D O! Loans and discounts United States Government obligations. direct and/or fully guaranteed Other'bonds, stocks, and securities Banking house, $22,500. Furniture and fixtures, Sfi.500 Reserve with Federal Reserve bank Cash, balances with other banks,.exchanges for clearing house, etc ' Total Assets ! LIABILITIES D °l. Demand deposits, except United States Government desposits, public funds, and deposits of other banks Time deposits, except postal savings, public funds. and deposits of other banks Public funds of Stales, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities certified ami MKMr-HU,. lenn.-l/H-n. '- ™ «-•»- D i(s of other bul ,ks, including cert ell, executive .secretary of the South- ' ... ,.„,,,..,. nll » s i, mc ii n u em Tenant Farmers' Union. Tuesday ^^^ J^tSvct (a) Secured by .pledge of loans and-or investments (b) Not securud by pledge-of loans and or investments declared the voiding of AAA .by the Supreme Court "brings no regret to members" of the union. "The cotton reduction program was a landlords' code and brought nothing but increased hardship to the sharecropper and tenant," he said. "The benefit payments of millions of dollars have largely gone lo Ihe plantation owners, but not to the real producers of cotton. It has been our position that the AAA was no permanent cure for the ills of agriculture, but that it was just another stop-gap piece of legislation." Cctlon Futures Off NEW ORLEANS.)^)—Cotton broke sharply Tuesday on the overnight reaction to the AAA decision and while | futures worked 1 up a few points from their lows the scsiso nended with active months from 21 to 31 points lower. An accumulation of sailing orders, coupled with a poor foreign response id Total Deposits Capital Acukunt: Common stock. 1250 shates, par $100 per sh.ire Surplus $ 55,324.93 847.989.37 $903,314.30 $125,000.00 50,00(1.00 li,31, r >.00 iff': Undivided profits—net Total Capital Account Total Liabilities MLMiiiirutuliim: Loans anil Iiwestmeiits I'lcclged to Secure- Liabilities Other bonds, stocks, and securities Total :Ple-dsed (excluding recliscountsl Pledged: (b) Against public funds of States, counties, school districts, or other subdivisions or municipalities Total Pledged 181,3: 5D.000.QO, Stale of Arkansas, County of Hempstead. ss: I, C. C. Spragins, cashier of the- above-named bank, do solemnly j Fae Honea were Tuesday night guests tnal t i le above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, C. C. SFRAGINS, Casl I of Miss Christine Brooks. Homer Garner of Canuien spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Shackelford and Mrs. Tom Shuckelford went lo De- Queen Wednesday. Mr. Roy Biggers from Nashville accompanied them. Mrs. M. E. White, W. J. White and J. A. White of Preseott were Sunday I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester While. j There was a family reunion -at Mr. i and Mrs. Ed Chamblee's Tuesday of last week. Fifty-six were present. All who atlended the party given by Miss Delores Ashcruft Monday night, reported u nice time. I The Missionary Society met at the | home of Mrs. A. J. Brooks Monday afternoon. Miss Alice Garner spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dorman. Sorry to report that Mrs. M. D. Yates is on the sick list. her a speedy recovery. We hope for Mrs. Lon Wood and Miss Irma Wood were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Edgar Leverett in Blevins. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8lh day of January, 19315. RUTH A. CAIN, Notary Public. My commission expires March 25, 1930. Correct --Attest: R. M. LaGRONE L. D. REED (). A. GRAVES, Directors. RECAPITULATION Resources Loans and Discounts Banking House and Fixtures U. S. Bonds Bonds, Stocks and Securities Cotton Acceptances Cash and Exchange Capital, Stock Surplus Undivided Profits ... Deposits Total... Liabilities

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