Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 1, 1933 · Page 4
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^rf%'J •' ,-'.' - imjjj^lfA^^ j-j $*$$$*'*&< t$V$T7Y^ff* " flftPfe STAR AND DAILY M^ L t . n _..„ , r&JHt ____ii^ a gjjy ( ^|^iyj^ajMaato^fc« ,^ |1| '* l> ' ' -'-'— OUR BOARDING HOUSE r.i,*n Variety Questions t Vtft S. A.» rank solution. 36 Horses' home. 36 Occurfence. 37 Breathes loudly in steep. 38 Secorid note. 39 To fail to hit. 40 Looks Joyous. 41 The heart. 42 Flying mammal • , :43 Ran away 44 To engage in. 45 Preposition. 46 Glass marbles 47 The ankle. 48 Made yellow 49 Destiny. measure. 11 Herd's .gross. IS To mention, l-lfo refreshen. 17 To depart. 18 Exclamation ot sorrow. 26 Dormant.' 21 Angler's basfcets. 23 Antelopes. 24 Spheres. 28 Flamed. 2STo make Uiv inecessary. 30 Long fur scarfs. 1 What are the 32 Highest moiin- heads ot the tain in the executive tie- world, partments ot 34 To sleep. the U. S. gov- 35 Shot at de- ernnnmt tached men ot called? the enemy. 2 hounded' 3 6To slult in ' 37 Struck. 38 Rascal 40 Sliced cabbage. molding. 3 Cistern. 4 To attempt. 5 Bone. 6 Plunder. 7 Redacts. S Prong. 9 To regret. 41 Serene. 43 Self. 44 Existed 46 Dye. 10 Standard type 47 Seventh note. san Second Game Here Sunday Meet Goodyear Tire- 3 P. M. at Fair Jr>' ' , FaVk » ! ]?C ( »The Hope Storks will ge their sec- *f». ond test of the season when the Good* year Tiremen come here Sunday aft^ - ernodn for a, baseball game. feft!..'.' ' ' Rent It! HI Find It! '-. Sell It! , ," —With— HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The "quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per line / minimum 30c These rates for consecutive insertions. 3 insertions, 6c per line minimum 50c 6 insertions, 5c per line minimum 90c 26 insertions, 4c per line minimum $3.12 (Average 5 J /4 words to the line) NOTE—Want advertisements accepted-over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 FOR RENT FOB RKNT—Thirty acre farm, seven room house, barn, outbuildings, good water, VA miles northwest of Hope. ). Q. Williams, 820 S. Elm 31-3tp FOB BENT: Newly finishel four room furnished apartment. Private bath pnd garage. J. A. Sullivan. 30-3tc FOR SALE Just Arrived—Fresh bunch of mare and mules. D. B. Russell. Tel? phone 408. x - 3t Gold fish and shiners for fish bait Hollis Luck. At former McPherso Service Station, on Fulton highway 31'vCi GABDEN and Field seeds, superio Onion and Cabbage Plants. Bab Chicks and Supplies. MONTS SEED STORE 8-30tc Certified seed sweet potatoos. Qua! jty garden and field seeds. Armour' fertilizer in cotton sacks. McWi «»1M * Co. 29-6 The contest will start at 3 o'clock t -Fan- Park. Ted Womble has been amed to do the pitching for Hope, t will be his first game of the season. .Ralph Pate who beat the Texar- ana Transporters last Sunday in the season's opener, will be held in reserve and will see action if the going is rough for Womble. —1-— • » • The-number of motor vehicles reg- stered in Iowa on November 1 was 66,840'below the total for the same date 8H94t: COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of ths authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, .made and entered on the 3rd day of January, A. D. 1933 in a certain cause (No. 2587) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, complainant, and 0. M. Yokem, defendant, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the Court House in Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hempstead, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Tuesday, the 18th day of April, A. D. 1933, the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (Vi) of the Northwest Quarter (Vi) of Section eight (8), in Township eleven (11) South, of Range Twenty-three (23) iVest, of the Fifth Principal Meridian, he Northeast QuarterWof the Northwest Quarter (>/i) of Section eight i) in Township eleven (11) South, of nge Twenty-three (23) West of the ifth Principal Meridian, excepting one nd one-half (l l k) acres, more or less, ff the North side of said tract, describ- d as follows, to-wit. Commencing at a Mint two (2) feet South of the North- ast corner of said legal subdivision, nd run a straight line across the ame sufficiently South of West so as o strike the West line of said forty 40) acre tract one hundred and five 105) feet South of the Northwest corner thereof, thence due North to he Northwest corner thereof, thence due East for one-quarter of a mile to the Northeast corner thereof, thence South for two (2) feet to the point of beginning, containing in all seventy- eight and one-half (78Mi> acres, more or less, in Hempstead County, Arkansas. . TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 25th day of March, A. D. 1933. DALE C. JONES. Commissioner in Chancery. 25-1-8. OUtOURWAY By AHEfcN PUT THAT ©OSS ACU Tb WVf M ttf CT M CAK KIMQ GUIUTV Aeou-r MWUNb NH£ OP6N-1 VAWNfeD, PICK" oP A PA\R OF VNOOUO SAVE THAT A BOSS, GfeT tWO 6QLt> PoT Q6&SE& £N\ £01N6 Tt> 6O AROUND WITH MY MOUTU Of EN, SO I CAt4t BE ACX.U6ED HQAJRDIN6 60LD/ WITV4 tVAE\R V i. 0 \ TME V-\OU&& LOOVW OP HtO.U.».PAT.O«'. ft 1933 BY NCA SCnvlCt. INC BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES , COX VT OUT •» -'\ *• -fl;;WHA»* L e 1933 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. BIO. U. S. PAT. OFF The Same Old Sam ! SALESMAN SAM \'t-\ ABOUT FR.o-2.eN ^' icet-ftuol -' SE.E.IT ftM' I'LL SHOW SA! AT TU 1 M6ftR. ff»33li?NEA trnuty.MC. BEQ. U. S. PAT. OF1. <gS> ", Something to Worry About! WASH TUBBS 5O! SOU BUKAMERl FOR THIS OUTRIXOrE, I OUCaHT TO VOL) FOR. U\F6 OH NOO FOP-GVT- ^ FOOU- AN CERTWNLN HE BORROV1EO n ROM ME? VOT UF VT? PRINCE 'PUCKS ROBBED. OCR NIGHT MIT 9M"BY"NEA P S*E T R?Ct.lNC ^AOST INFLUEMTIftV- MW IM CH\EF M>VllSOfc. TO THE THRONE.. JM-IBI. V. ^(^ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Hidden Enemy ! By BU WRIGLE EAVIKJ6 THE TO RETURN TO THE 'SELKCERF/ THE BOYS ARE SUDDENLY SURPRISED TO SEE A SUBMARINE PERISCOPE LET'S BEAT [T AWAY FROM HERE.... CAM YOU SEE IT ANYMORE, 6ALEN? NO...IT'S GONE, NO W= GOSH .'I'D LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IT WAS UP TO' TALK ABOUT A CREEPY FEELING!/ WOW/ WE'RE A SAFE DISTANCE AWAX NOW-LET'S STICK AROUND AND SEE IF IT COMES UP NEAR T NELLIE K 7 GOSH .'YOU JUST LOVE THRILLS,DON'T YOU? WE'LL STALL AROUND FOR A MIK1UTE OR SO, BUT THAT'S M.L.'/ THE NEXT INSTANT, THE SEA SEEMED TO SWELL INTO A BLISTER, AS THE. NOSE OF THE. SUBMARINE AGAIN APPEARED FRECKLES.' l| HEADING 5T» "OR US?j * rift* *»^8. K&^ VII THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Pop Is on the Spot ! By CO] IT, &MEK1 \F MA.ME TO LOSS ^Y J DOM'T WORRV ~ I'UL G&T SOMETHING ! I'M MOT LICKED 1> GUM LOOK FOR TH6RIDTAPE OPENER YES, GLADYS SMD. WHEN TUE LANDLORD CALLED TOLD THEKA TUW THEY'D HAN/E TO PAY RENT . OR AL EVIDENTLY FIGURED VT WAS TIME FOR ._. HI»A TO DO ' ' SAME SO AU AMD CERT .„ YOU'RE SID OF THE^A 1 HWE. A WUK1CM THKJ ' IF VOU GO TO SEB M.D. AFFSL, GET YOUR OLD OOB BACK j • , r ^ 1^'^ YOU AREM'T PULLIM'AN APRIL FOOL OM ME ; ARE VOU,POP ? / n 5tEW>S ^A•^GVlTY / ME ». IF YOU OlOKJ-T HA\J( [ \Ki CHICK GETTIMG BOON \ WHV AP£ YOU SO SURE \ MR. A.FFEL \NILL TAKE Hl|

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