Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 16, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, Novemb'or 16.103fl . Prophesy Given at Tabernacle Meet Evangelist W. F. McPherson is Speaking Thursday Night i-vangebst William F. McPherson ,who is conducting a revival at the Hope Gospel abcrnacle will speak Thursday night on ••What Wilt Happen in the Great Tribulation." It 1 was announced that this is a prophetic message that should be of interest to all that is concerned about the end of this age. Friday night there will be conducted at the Tabernacle a healing service. The sick will be prayed for, and the evangelist will preach on. "Does God Heat Today?" Special music and singing is an added attraction each night. Many gos- ^ pel singers are participating in the programs at various times. Special singing and music is part of every service. The meetings begin each night, except Saturday, at 7:.'JO, and each morning, except Monday and Saturday, at 10:00. Allies 9-to-5 Bet in Lengthy War Even in Military Power, Sup erior in Food and Raw Materials By MOBGA.N W. BEATTY AP Feature Service Writer WASHINGTON— If staying power makes a winner in modern warfare, then it's beginning to look as if the economics first and military strength * ° Americas and the British and French empires are barred by the British blockade. This draws Germany's good rating down to 10 points out of a possible 20. The French and British have the money and the ships to bring in their food deficiencies, submarine warfare notwithstanding. They rate the full 20 points. V Raw Materials Official German figures indicate that Germany must import at least one-third of all her raw materials. Denied to her by the blockade are the nearly 3.000,000 tons of rubber, score is'about 0 to 5~in favor of the *S? lne ' tmd T C ^ ° >l she hnas **? AUi es i getting from the Americas. Open to Thai's the concensus when you put |'^ are the 10000000 tons of war metals •> l . and chemicals she annually receives from the Scandinavian countries. The important deficiencies of oil. last ,n a comparison o the belligerent , m p Ortanl deficiencies of oil powers. A major factor tipping the nibbc; . ^ ,. „ / scales ,n the Allies favor « America s i , j 6 f ' r:ir»n(»ttv fr» iM-n/ln/rt ai>itA-irv>rtrtIn tni< " i/wiino , out of the possible 20. > j The Allies have the ships and the j money to obtain raw materials. They ' rate the full 20 points. ' i Financial Assets i Great Britain leads all the belligerents with at least S4.700.000.000 in gold and investments abroad that can capacity to produce armaments for them. Here's a table based on the best available estimates: Perfect Willing to Please Patient: "What do you charge for extracting a tooth?" Dentist: "S5.00." Patient: "S5.00 for only two second's work?" Dentist: "Well, if you wish. I can extract it very slowly.'' Food Supply 20 Raw Materials 20 j Financial Assets 20 i Industrial Capacity .. 15 | Military Strength 15 j Organization for war 10 Ger- Scorc Allies many 20 20 16 15 15 4 90 10 8 4 3 15 10 50 A,cow spends eight hours of her clay grazing, and 16 hours resting and chewing the cud. Thirty-six barrels of oil per family are needed annually to maintain present U. S. standards of living. LACK APPETITE? Total 100 Here's the analysis: Food Supply Germany can produce 83 per cent of the absolute necessities of life for her 81,000.000 people. You have that on the word of the usually reliable German Institute of Business Research. But Germany has a deficiency of vegetables, fruits, and fats. Germany has reserves of 8.600.000 tons of grain, more than a year's supply. On the other hand, the Americas and the British and French empires normally supply 5.000,000 tons of Germany's fooddcficicncy, while only 2,250.000 tons normally come from sources closer to home. But supplies from the ' ;' • J J •' : quickly be turned into gold, France comes next with 51,700,000,000 in gold reserves, and liquid assets abroad of $700,000,000 most of which are in the United States. But the Allies cannot borrow money in the United States as they did in the last war. That pulls their financial rating down to 16 out of the possible 20 points. The. Reich is poor indeed when it comes to cash. The American Foreign Policy Association indicates in Its October report that the Reich might be able to muster $800,000,000 in gold and foreign assets. In addition, however, the Germans have a bartering power to be reckoned with. They mobilized about $2,000,000,000 worth of bartering power in 1938. Some experts figure they can produce half that in wartime. But even so, German strength on the financial front is insignificant. They i!ct four points out of a possible 20. Industrial Capacity Until the United States lifted the arms embargo. Germany had the advantage here. Neither France nor Great Britain could match her armaments output. But the lifting of the j arms embargo puts America's capacity j to manufacture military equipment at i the disposal of the Allies, as long as their cash holds out. Some authorities say this mny account for 25 per cent of the Allied industrial output on the basis of a long term war. This factor boosts the Allied rating lo the full 15 points, nnd pulls the German rating down to Spoints for the long pull, because none of her auxiliary sources of supply has anywhere near the industrial capacity of the Unitpd 'States. Military Strength Here the two powers will match up fairly evenly for sometime to come, due to Germany's head start, in the opinion of most experts. The superior German «ir fleet (pel-hops one and one-half to one in first line planes) balances the superiority of the French artillery. The British army is hardly n factor until a long training period has elapsed. And in view of the obvious stiilcninte on the western front, each gets a rating of 15 points on military staying power. Here's where the Germans shine. The Nazis hud a six year head start on the Allies. They have been practicing a rigid war regimentation in economics and industry ever since Hitler came to power in 1933. The Allies did not begin large-scale military nnd economic organization for war until n year ngo. Ami even though war itself hna n tendency to unify moral nnd economic strength on both sides, Germany's start gives her n full score of 10 points on organiwi- tion for war, against the Allies' four. Tibet has donated $500,000 lo the Chinese government lo help prosecute the war wit^i Japan. In the Hungarian language, as in no other, nil words lire accented on the first .syllable. A Spongy Dessert Hubby: "What arc we having for dessert tonight, clear?" Wife: "Sponge cake. I sponged the eggs from Mrs. Brown, the flour from Mrs. Smith and the milk from Mrs. Jones."—Christian Science Monitor. American firms have about four billion dollars invested in Canadian branches. The United States has about $190,(100.000 invested in the Dutch East Indies. Bf,AOOCIl IRRITATION WAKE YOU UI'? It's not normal. It may be Nature's Warning of sluggish kidneys. Make this 4-day test. Your 23c Bark if not pleased. Kidneys need occasional flushing as well as bowels. Excess acids find other waste can cause irritation resulting in getting up nights, burning or scanty flow. Ask any druggist for Bukels (25c). Locally at Briant's Drug Store, Jno. S. Gibson Drug Co. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the i trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm, i Increase secretion nnd aid nature to ; Boothe nnd henl raw, tender, Inflam- i cd bronchial mucous membranes. ; No matter how many medicines you i have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the 1 understanding that you are to like i the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. Just Phone (•'or (Jiifilll.v CLEANIN.G and PRESSING Von can tli'ix'iitl on us for Prompt Scrvliv nixl Hit- Highest Quality Work HAll PROS. • E you have no appetite. lack strength. or feel tired and out-of-sorts. an excellent tonic to take is Dr. Picrcc's Golden Medical Discovery. Itstim- ulatcs the appetite _, „ I -and increases the Doris Coppedge flow of gastric juice, thus tending to improve digestion of food, and so it helps supply the liody with strength and energy. Mrs. V. M. Cooocdcr J61S Copebnd St., Dallas, says : "My daughter, Doris, ilitln't have any' appetite. • She was fretful anil had lost weight. Dr. Picrcc's Golden Medical Discovery pave Deins a fine appetite and she Rained' weight and was ever so much stronger." Buy it in liquid or tablets at your drug store today. Newest Tabulation (Continued from Page One) Week-End SPECIALS 2 Qt. Fountain SYRINGE 2 Qt. Hot Water Bottle Best Quality- Rubber Gloves WINTER NEEDS HONEY and HOREIIOUNI) COUGH SYRUP SOcand Nyal Laxacold •IC.. TABLETS__ &3C Nyal Nasa! Drops Nyal Cough Drops Nyal Cod Liver Oil All Nyal Remedies Sold under a positive guarantee lo give positive satisfaction. Agency Martha Washington CANDIES 'S DRUG STORK We Deliver n,, mc 5; . 3 Mrs. Eclla McClannahan .... Mrs. Harry Moore Mrs. E. F. McFaddin Mrs. A. T. Jewell Mrs. Ida Arnott Mrs. Ida Martindalc Mrs. Doy L. Zachry Mrs. E. E. White Mrs. C. D. Lester Mrs. Clyde Hill Mrs. S. L. Bracy Mrs. Ched Hall- Mrs. T. S. McDavitt Mrs. Nora Carrigan Miss Sue Jones Miss Mary Ruth McCorkle Miss Ida E. Davis Ross R. Gillespie Mrs. Albert Graves Mrs. Roy S. Powell Mrs. E. O. Wingficld'. C. A. Powell Ira Halliburton W. B. Mason Miss Nannie Perkins Kenneth G. Hamilton George M. Green Plunkett-Jarrell Grocery Company Eldriclge Cassidy Mrs. W. H. Hutchinson Miss Zenobia Reed Mrs. A. M. Key '.'....'' Mrs. Royce Smith .... E. P. Young Mrs. J. C. Broylcs Mrs. C. D. Dickinson Floyd Fortcrfield Thomas Kinscr Mrs. David Davis Mrs. George Middlebrooks Mrs. A. C. Acker R. E. Henderson Mrs. R. E. Henderson Dr. G. E. Cannon R. M. Briant Dr. A. C. Kolb ; ".'7 A friend R. D. Franklin K. D. Franklin Jr Mrs. Claude Waddle Mr?. L. S. Williams . Mrs. T. A. Middlebrooks Mrs. A. K. Hollaway Mrs. J. S. Matthews Mrs. B. C. Hollis Mrs. Charles Hervcy Mrs. W. R. Chandler 7 Mrs. Gus Haynes 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 .25 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 5.00 LOO LOO LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .25 LOO 1.00 1.0(7 LOO LOO LOO LOO LOO LOO .10 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO .$597.21 these two ] Total i Wednesday's report for j firms should have read: Whittcn York Furniture Co. LOO Couth Arkansas Implement Company 3 (JQ I Firms Going 100 per cent: i Hempstead County Lumber Co • Geo | W. Robixon & Co.; Hope Furniture Co.-' ; A. D. Middlebrooks Grocery; City i R*kery: Hit.t Shoe Store; Western Auto i Supply Co.; Plunkett-Jarrell OOie" : Force. & ^Singleton's Fresh Roasted Coffee 1 Pound lOc Pounds 25c *> 113 South Elm Street *£BEST PLACE IN HOPE TO BUY COFFEE*? t •** 5 Pounds 50c 10 Pounds $1.00 OLETON Hope, Ark. t T t t T t f •>^«k. Two Piece Living Room Suites . . . tailored to suit aiiv home; fine coverings and best KprinK construction Hied in iill oui suite's. Priced and up HOPE HARDWARE CO. ^ssroSftT*- w ' \ wv^l O^Dtf ^ &«*»L *o ept I "T*rinH£l> «SB •S&^SgljggS^ssSd . -* ... ooU^,^ M\ "t "* Ill * £ • #. * m An Attempt to Dispose of Entire Stock Within the Shortest Time Possible The carpenters are now modernizing the Reed Bros. Bldg. that we recently purchased for our new home. M^^HM^^M^m^^^HM^M|^^H||^^H^HH^HH^^M^m|^HMMMHMM^m^^MH^M|UvaBM OPENING HOUR FEATURE Hundreds of yards of licantiful New Kail PRINTED POPLINS, SHANTUNGS, PRINTED LINENE, SLUB BROADCLOTH and ENGLISH PRINTS very rich colors and designs. I.a rue selection lo choose fiuin \JZfOS* 25c to 35c value 1st Come 1st Served SI'.K WINOW NOW M yards for (ilixSO Doulite PART WOOL BLANKETS Satin Bound si.39 pair SPECIAL GROUP of 25c and 50c MEN'S SOX Wilson ISraiul and others 2 r 150 Ni-w Style HAYNES BRO HOPE ARK. EXTRA SPECIAL Big Table SILKS and SILKWOOUNS Ntw I'lill 1'altcrus Valuta lo lillr Choice ' yd. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis NOW & 14 jf i*it<"

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