Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 31, 1933 · Page 4
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t y&\ , pitfff, l&To let Ml. 14 To fcercolftt*. 15 Pertaining to a shttre. IS Those engaged in violent dis» tltrbances. SI Spiral canal of the car. ' 2,1 Woven string*, '23 1 o employ. Mr pheti 4ac»s »s'" « Rubber tree. 42 Musical , instruments., _ 44Sutite bird, shield, <§ More foolish. .^ ft ' ^ThrVcornfered JJ^y* "•.*'*'• 5 Yawns. 49 Distributes. .27 fcdjbbit's ffiot. 30 Genus ot ?plrtet ; monkeys. '..31,Venerable. 32 To slumber. 34 Opposed to 2 Where did. promote. Mosies place 36 Fetid. th« Tea Com- 37 Comb of a wandmentst coek, 35 Block of ice broken off from a glacier. 6 Exclamation 40 Greater in of sdrrdw. quantity. SO Having a ^ „„..„„. ., ,. broad extended 7 Encountered, -it Greenish, vis- lip. S Aorta. ~ eld fluid from 61 What instru- fft>alhtul to the liver, nient is Used the touch. 43 Green fodder to (Ustinguish 11 Tissue. vat. sounds of the 12 Famous Chi- 4.G Upright shaft, "chest? nese phlloso- 48 Baby's bonnet. Bright Star i is good in this community at •itfhg except for grand mother jhf'who is very itttat the home ;, her; daughter, Mrs. C. E. Boyce. *'~ e-.fc*, her a*speedy recovery. 1 *' * * and preaching was -1 attended here 'Sunday morning L Sunday jitight- ,•'• -J r 'Rogers of Hope was the Saty, night guest in the home of Mr. -imd'lfcs. Walter Tomblin. Mr. J. B. Wright and Edward Mills [of Dayline, La., spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright. Mrs. Walter Tomblin and daughter, Hiss Stella, Tomblin, called on Mrs. W. W. Wright and children Thursday afternoon. A few from this place attended the program at Oakland Thursday night. Doyle Crawford of Bodcaw spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. John ' te-ri ni Find It! Sell It! -With- HOPE STAR WAN TADS ' 4 ' The more you tell, > s '' The quicker you sell. • < 1 insertion, lOc per line 'I ~ minimum 30c ', ;These rates for consecutive '* > insertions. "'•• 3 insertions, 6c per. line *" 'minimum 50c Y ' • insertions, 5c per line , t ' minimum 90c 28 insertions, 4c per line \, minimum $3.12 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Wane advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that tne bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 FOR RENT -Thirty acre farm, seven e, barn, outbuildings, good miles northwest of Hope. i, G, "Williams, 820 S. Elm 31-3tp IFOR BENT: Newly finishel four room furnished apartment. Private bath and garage. J. A. Sullivan. 30-3tc GallowaV'and children. J. T., Wright and Minor .May of Rocky Mound, and V. C. Rothwell of Hope and Jima and Delma Wright of this place called at the home of Mrs. A.. L. Caudle and children a while Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright were shopping in Hope Saturday. Miss Delilah Galloway spent Saturday afternoon with Miss Jossie Mae Wright'. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Rothwell and son, and Miss Willie Rothwell of Hope spent Saturday night .with ^Mrs," A. L. Caudle and children; Misses Ima arid Vina Mae Rothwell of Hope and Miss Octava Wilson of Provilence spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright and family. Miss Stella Tomblin spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Annie Mae Arnold. A few from this place attended the party Saturday night given by Mr. and. Mrs. Sid Collier at Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Verna Kennedy and hildren spent a while Sunday after- loon with relatives at Hope. Mrs. Irvin Urrey of Hope and Mrs. Wright of this place called to see grand mother McKnight Monday afternoon. Cecil Anderson of 'Spring Hill is pending a; few days with his grand jarents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dudney if this place. Everybody remember Sunday school at this place every Sunday morning at 0:45. The ladies of Bright Star commun- ty will give a play, "The Ladies Aid Society' in a week or two. Watch for he announcement in the Hope Star. OUT OUft WAY By AHERN OUft BOARDING HOUSE Ut» tO WOOLEN ,** OR OWNtsfcS OP SMALL AND -POMSY—YOU IS SET IN BY AN ENTRANCE t)Qafc-A.'BUT*<£LAkR TINKERS WiTU TH£ LOCK-TWfe LAP-t>06 -RUSHES TO tHt1»Ofc J AN& VAlS BY TRfe^HOOPLEBARK AMPLIFIED','WHICH THE V\P TO t>EEF,Tr4T*OATY BARK I'D OF 'At tee. SO VtXL MAKETH MOhTHS SOUNt) I A Cfr THE- LAB OF A GREAT INVENTOR ByMARfllS he Boy Is Smart! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES , KiCftWKi MOCU — OBOIST By SMALL A 100 Percenter SALESMAN SAM toUA-.HPMe.Tb Be. BILLED- P>MO \ \r SHOUUO B£ DOME WITH . -7 &SUIBHR UTA/A//AOF WANTED TO TRADE —Twenty acres of land for good light-used car Call 281 or write post office box 37. (28-3tc) FOR SALE Gold fish and shiners for fish bait Hollis Luck. At former McPherson Service Station, on Fulton highway , n-3c. SALE: 1928 model Chevrolet • Huns and looks like new. See Austin Franks, 908 W, Ave. B. 29-3tc G.ABPEN and Field seeds, superior Onion and Cabbage Plants. Baby Chicks and Supplies. MONTS SEED STORE 8-30tc Certified seed sweet potatoes. Quality garden and field seeds. Armour's fertilizer in cotton sacks. McWH- Uams & Co. 29-6c WASH TUBBS Ducky Has Proof ! By CRANE »- ARWFE^ |M VAN- / BORROVlEP iSS POT «0? UNO WY VOl) IN VOOR ROOM ON O6R V116UT UP OEP. \ -SPENT N\G«T VAUTH ^ FRVENP. M\TOUT BUT T>ER 9^ AFTS.R PER P.OBBEP— vw mw. ''•E&ACM! f\NP VF VOU VOOCT BUMMER, va t»OT'S VOl) PER Nvcmev, COUNT ^-URttSKX, CW6|= OP..THE soo 900BT V\JS fOR tOONT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Headache and Dizziness From Constipation "I use Black-Draught for constipation which causes me to have headache and dizziness and tired feeling," writes Mr. R. O. Randall, of Texarkana, Ark. "J find it very effective. I feel like work after taking Black-Draught." And Mrs. Randall writes: "1 take Black- Draught for constipation and the severe headache which constipation causes. It relieves roe." If you are costive, take this powdered herb medicine. It will help to drive out the poisons and soon make you feel better. Try it, to day. , BLACK DRAUGHT WRIGl WHAT IS rr A WHALE OR A WHY DOWT YOU SAY SOMETHING? YOU SHUT OFF THE. MOTOR, AW MOW YOU ACT LIKE YOU'VE L05T YOUR VOICE!! 5AY1 I'D &E 6LAD.IF IT ONLY WAS.,. SHHlJ SHH-LOOK TO YOUR,As RI6HT.... )^t SHH Strange Doings ! LOOK?OV£IR THE.RE/ CAN'T YOU SEE A SMALL O&JECT vf^r MOVING THROUGH 4*;V THE WATER? tf^ ; 'R ^^•-A r-il wijfc**^^ .§^SfTliii : ilit|S m^i^^w^-^^^^ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Good News ! By BLOSS OH BOY/ I SEE IT, NOW IT'S A SUBMARINE, PERISCOPE GOSH! ME.BQt.THAT, EXPLAINS SOME OF THAT NELLIE M. MYSTERY// By COWAN VOU DIDN'T SEEJA TO BE, SuRPf?VE*£D VJWEKs l TOUO NOU THAT CH\CK HAD LOST VW5 JOB, BUT I'LL- BET VOUVL PRICK UP VOUR «\ EARS O GOTTA, v\f\viD \T ^TlAiCT'S EXACTLY 1 FIGURED , E.MERY- TV-UMG'S OK«^ FOR "DO VOU FIGURE THAT,? TUEY'(?£ \M T3EBT To THEIR , AMD CHCK \S OUT OF V40RK '.'. &.' nrf»w*^*- —f**-•—*^— - r**"

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