Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1941 · Page 4
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EHihif 1 '-JIM 1 - : -^' ^. wl : ft|L ^>^-^ffi & ^ -^ p. l^lWPff H fft* t *(» i*MM*M DAR WttK DAILY NEEDS t^i^* 1 *** 1 *' kXCSas ptewwt wife tit* (MM* u», ih* drfr* ''.UiMjifctts* %» -1WMWWW. **«» ,<$•*»*&, Sjyun, C !j$n*4 £r<M«|M*t! !*W** Jtt<» -JiW* • 1 ": """ fh# .tpt tft« »*» *>•»• ; [i**** erf a* insoKf nt th* **"»*«4 '1ENTHDLATUM fl******. i,*> op,yoor Oktahoroo Tire & Supply Stom ffi* GMt pthot wilt please. You'U find gifts for eceh or»« er ^ypur, IFst as weH os for the Cor. Come »n ^iOW qr« make your selections. • ' &"'<£ ir.V _ Wotterson and Admiral 4l F T ,FO§JTH| ENTIRE FAMILY Both Battery and Electric Models ""!•*-' Admiral FARM RADIOS For a .ItaJted time we will gave a 1000 hour heavy duty radio battery and an aerial kit' with each Admiral farm radio sold. Extra Special Philco Car Radio A regular 53.35. thr«* see* tion radio aerial given FREE with any PHllCC? CAB RADIO sold. For a limited time only. Priced from , . . AiO y O ancf up ELECTRICAL GIFTS ELECTRIC TOASTERS $2.94 "ELECTRIC IRONS .. $1.79 "ELECTRIC WAFFLE It IRONS $4.95 up &•• Just Received New Shipment of Lotonia - Rocket - Roll Fast BICYCLES For Boys and Girls. All Sizes SELECT YOURE NOW ^\£-Tp,Y FORD CARS "i^t •» - 'lot ~ ~ A?*-^5 low as / f HUSKY REP WAGONS $1 |Q As low as 111 * ieopTiiis SIDEWALK CYCLES As low as TRICYCLES As low as 2.96 / Owner 40,50,601'CdPqi tli«»Np(L, f^tfll Ml > §*•***• nun ' ii i I I"' » l """- 1 ' • '•'• Reody for the Holidays? •(**• HALL BROS. m r --.:X***&fi&t&!±**r>r* I'-R :,a;aj(t;iE';:- ajm ^" t ""'. '(tin --ha- ..-«»<«, n.,)»tt, >f -.list ^Plil»,iF:iP**.iPi:aP. ; priF.iPipi-*.i«ir.*i* mm *•***.** *• 9* m*r«**•**<* w** m *-***•»- ™ »,,,- -™^- - ~- ~ TROY'S MONEY RAISING m mil H*«nt»tHtt« it CHRISTMAS -I^Hi** >lj» \l" ^"^ .. * |Buy Now at After-Xmas Prices!! \« Cii'jf of liter; <»««* Mini tin* permit ift* wnw, iwwt tto tMwwi «Utt««. '«' » tiwpth ot «hw pf\.p« t-tt«t*tioft. ana il maft* eftw t p<?t>vU-Jwi, • Bwte? t*to«*<jU pwrson, fiu-tu o« -w'U my eh* a fl«rp»«.U m Vti&k th« of K»p«7 r lows: (a) For tho nutlirvjf af any pav»- merit, a deposit at (he fftte of »i.sMy Cents (SWh:) ptrr .Kjiutr* fw4 or ff»e» lion of pnvvnWnt th,»t th* parson shall p»ojsos« to tut, <b) I'or each squarii foot of «d«walk."forty cents Mftct per squ»** loot ot lidewalk lh»t th« person shall propose to cut. (cJ For each gravtl strewi proposed to b« excavated or due into> twenty-five <25c> cents for each square foot of grovel street proponed to be excavated or removed. Section 4: Provided, however, that no trench cut into any sidewalk or pavement* or excavated into any gravel street, alley or public way i shall be less than 12 inches nor more than 36 inches wide, without prior | consent of the Council, and provided | that where any area greater than! 200 square feet is proposed U> be' cut or excavated, the same shall ( be referred to the Council for special to ihn pi»rni*-h'ii* i t«», d with tfi <4> fnc sh« *»p«W of th* City af««tt «h«*«» tvnty PW*" I . «h«»»g» ont» lh»*y itfe foot for »»ch $1.49 'TRAINS, A$ lew as $7,95 .._,,- 5' « $ ' 9W fl . $ «olf ^ PUNCHING 8A65/ f$ lew « |*-9g p. IPXING QLOVES, set of 4, « low 0$ $3.49 Give Something For the Gar If you want to give something for the car, you'll find ,,Q£omplefe stock of gifts that any one will appreciate. OF iiTTIR VAIUIS » OklaAvma Two Bottles of Hoyt'sCompound Gave Me Relief Acid Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Constipation, Nervousness, All Are Ended Py Hoyt's Says Mrs, Toggart. Mrs. J. B. Taggart, of Marland, Oklahoma, states: "For the past seven years I have had poor-health, suffering from acid indigestion, sour MKS. J. B. TAGGART stomach, gas, belching, and constipation. I was very nervous, and I tired easily. My sleep |vas often disturbed. "Hoyt's Compound has been a blessing to me. My first two bottles relieved me of gas and belching. Now my bowels are regular, and I can sleep nights. My nerves are quieted. I seldom get tired. Hoyt's has done more for me than any other med icine!" Hoyt's Compound is recommended and sold by the John S. Gibson Drug Store and by all other druggists in this area. m«n« cut, (b> Tat ih« City s) Oik> per witlfc cut. ie* F&r gTftVwi ilfpwti*. the City shall ch»r«B only twelve and <ww>- half tents <UV»e> (.art *<|U*»f* foot for each srfavel »tr»e« r«p«ir«d. And after the repair wtwk H»* been done and «heck«l by the CRy Engineer and Street Commissioner, the City Treasurer, upon »ppji<»tw>n t and surrender of the pprnut wilhinj one month frtrni date of its isaimm'c. will make refund »» herein *Ulirtl, provided that if mi application f»r refund is made within one month from the date of issuance of the permit, all rights of refund shall lapse and be ended. Section 8: Nothing herein xhatl release any person, firm, or corporation from the liability imposed by law for leaving open or unguarded any ditch or excavation or cut of any kind. Section 9: Any person, firm, or corporation violating any provision of this ordinance shall be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than TEN DOLLARS nor more than ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each offense, and each and every day of any violation of this ordinance in any place and each and every place of the violation of this ordinance in the City of Hope, Arkansas, shall be deemed a separate offense. Section 10: All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed, but this ordinance shall be cumulative of all other ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas, governing its pavements, side walks, streets, alleys, and other public ways, and the regulation and licensing and taxing of public utilities. Section 11: EMERGENCY. Whereas construction work is going on in the City of Hope, Arkansas, and the pavements and sidewalks and streets ant alleys are bping cut and excavated and there'is no adequate law in the City of Hope, Arkansas, for. protection of the same against such cutting and excavating, and the cut ting of pavements and sidewalks am excavating of highways is a dange to the public; now, therefore, thi ordinance is found and declared tt be necessary to the public health peace and safety, and an emergency is hereby declared, and this ordi nance shall take effect and be in full force and effect from and afte its passage. PASSED and approved this 16th day of December, 1941. Published in Hope Star this 18th day of December 1941. Approved: Albert Graves, Mayor Attest: T. R. BilUngsley, Clerk OilR IKTtftt STOCK Of COATS »#*«*• 95 to 19.7$ DRESSES IIAL H* Silk and Wool DRESSES tlwrw «* S 16.30. «f No ExcH«*f«t N« a*l HONE HIGHER to $7.95 HATS GROUP 1 GROUP 2 SI.88 PURSES One Lot Men's Leather JACKETS 5 -95 Up Men's PAJAMAS $ i 1.95 Up Men's Bath Robes 2 .95 7-50 to I Complete Selection of Scarfs* Shirts Ties, Belts Suspenders Robes-Housecoats $ 1.95 <,,K, $ 2.95 Chenille $3.39 up SUITS and TOPCOATS One Special Group of Men's Suits and Topcoats Skirts •168 *y 88 3 95 • Another Group $ 12.50 HOLLYWOOD OVERCOATS GREEN AND BLUE 519-75 Wool Jackets ONE GROUP WOOL Men's HATS c $3.89 EITON JACK! *l.79 Mackinaws 100% Wool $5.95

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