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•V / i» J 1" '€ ; "(fr "> i HOPE STAR AND DAILY PRESS, HOSE, ARKANSAS BY KAY CLEAVER STRAHAN 1931, by Joubleday, Doran antf Co. «*« ll»« with . . ofct* Wealthy, •'«' tttiwrerl»h«d that AH««>« __ the Tke staters hare been •laee childhood. Th« •Ifftrtrtrta «*« known *«.»««. so *elt with that. Rumor has It that men seldom do. "Let's don't worry about mar- "A Akfte. J*, *•* Cecily. 23, do ••«.. W6rk AM M«*T-F«Bce», Mill I. Mhool. When th. e»e*« Anae ban been en- t« JPHIXitP ECROYO, roan* fiM»y*r, <AT ef*ht y**M. They can .MU. Marry hecnu.e Anne know* Mr, cliter* and grandpnrent. de- "* *" <0 rlage," She said. "At least, not now—not yet for a while." "Let's you and I riot ever worry about it," he said, and laughed his I delight. "Let's you and I just Bay, 'Certainly. Tomorrow morning very early,' and change the subject, if you like." "Only—" she said—"I thought 'Cecily has a new admirer, '*•**? fc-KEEL. with whom .he r,to railing IB lore though she has him only a short lime. 'Mace* and her friend, ER- JfRV't'ItttDB HILL, strike np an tnee with? EAnt, DE AR- Jv-MOtiKT, stock company nctor. To b; ^Mr-Frances he In nn Intensely fnUntlc flgare. She meets him seeretly and promises to see him again. >r«x« matting Phil cornea to s.tik* Anne to her office !• his ear. •Jte hegs her to set their wedding £ate. When she points out the •hstaeles they come nenr~ qnnrrel- "•••*. fj^ Cecily's friend, MARTA, tells ',kj*«, Barry McKcel Is n heartbreaker and not to be trailed. When Cecily and Darry have dln- • n«r together that evening the girl In moodily unhappy. •7TOW GO OUT WITH THE STORT '., CHAPTER XX M TTHEY had left the red-and-yellow ••"- sunset-on the other side, and "•here was a night-blue sk-y, with a few early stars and a clear white , quarter of Aopn. They climbed the ^rustic steps, and followed the ;lcranky stumbling path, and came to the car parked beneath spme fir trees on the byroad. ^ Cecily looked up at the fir trees • and the moon, and boldly and with- i out warning Barry kissed her. The universe reeled over her head, and her own two feet she could :£eel the roll of the world, and she ^forgot Bea and Constance and her |^chauffeur; she forgot Cecily Fen- Ick; she forgot Barry, almost, un- 1 his arms drew her closer and he you didn't approve much of mm 1 - riage." His happiness could not encompass her gravity. "I don't. I stubbornly disapprove of all marriages ex'ep 1 yours and mine, which is to take place tomorrow morning very early." "But on the porch at Maria's, that first evening, you said—" There was nothing to do but stop that instantly with another kiss. "Dearest," she said. "Darling," said he, and went on. "I was a fool that evening, Cecily —I love your name. An ignorant, opinionated fool. The less I know, the longer and louder I talk. It's a habit I've formed. I did have a down on marriage, because dad and mother made-a mess of theirs. I wish I hadn't told you—at least, not Until later. Does it make a difference, Cecily? Their being divorced, I mean?" * * • 4iT»ARRY! How can you be so •*-* absurd? How could that make a difference?" "But something," he insisted, "seems to be making a difference. Or is it— Well, is It that you just don't wish to marry me?" "No, dear. No. I do wish to. But—" t want you to marry me. I'll wait, if you make toe. I'll watt a week —even two. But 1 don't want to wait. Do you? No. sir, you can't. Why need we? Come, let's sit 'in tha car.. You're 'tired*,' standing there. Now, then. You don't want to 'Walt a long long time to marry me, do you? Do you? Do you?" She settled back into" the cushion and refused with ono/flash to thin of Ann and Grand and* Rosalie, o the house, Educational and the Very-Fane Fund, and said hon estly, "But; Barry, I hadn't though of marriage. One has to thin about it, you know. A girl does anyway—and a man should. "I have," he declared. "I'll ad mil that my speeches this evening have had an unfortunate extempora neous quality—that's your fault You go to my head. The minute : met you I was afraid I was going to ask you to marry me. I was afraid all that night. The next day, when we had luncheon to gether, and ever since then, I've been afraid I'd never get up enough courage to ask you. So, with this and that, marriage hasn't been out of my mind for more than a few seconds since I met you—and looked at you and loved you. You won't think I'm critical, will you, darling, if I say it seems sort of queer that you hadn't f?iven it one thought?" * • * «T'VE thought a lot about love," •*• she confessed. "But I hadn't gone further than that—not into marriage." "Cecily," he said, and his horror was but faintly exaggerated, "yoi aren't the sort of girl who goes anc gets marriage all mixed up with monograms and guest towels anc table napkins—are you?' "No " she denied. "But marriage "We're engaged!" He caught lier bands and did some crazy dance steps and called to the trees and :he moon, "We're engaged. We'll be married in the sounds like a song. morning. It It is a song. faald. "Now you kiss me." ?? AftetMthat h.e- said, "I love you," three" time's, .rapidly, and stopped. "Sax it again, Barry. Just say ft again." "fYou say It." She,said it, and added a "dear," .for, good measure, as generous women are prone to do. "You'll marry me," he stated. "I .mean—when? I mean, darling, you won't you?" No, he did not do Let's both sing it. We'll be married n the morning. We'll be married in the morning. We'll be married in the morn — ing. To .that we both agree. Why don't you sing, darling?" "I can't," she said. ""Well, then, why don't you clap??, She was glad that Barry had suejv a splendid singing voice. She. was: glad that he was so happy and silly'; but. she could not understand why he! was. Her own happiness made her feel quiet and grave and almost solemn. "I know," he said. "You think I am making a joke out of the most stupendously serious thing in the world. It isn't that, Cecily. I'm not sure what it is. It seems to be that I've gone mad— drunk?— im- becllic, maybe, with happiness. But underneath I'm wholly and deeply serious. I love you, darling— and does bring lots of other—well, practical considerations. Let's don't, for a while. Let's .just be happy, and in love, and not ,go worrying about marriage." Practical? He nabbed It grimly. So that was the trouble? He had forgotten to be practical. She .was like that? Well—women,, all women were, he supposed, "It is this way, clear," hp jraMi "I'm,not in debt, and I liav<£a t tew htindfed dollars saved—I'd have*fiad more but for the doctors—so on. • I have a job fairly good /because of its per- ; manency. It doesn't pay a lot, but J.'m sure we could live on it for a time out here, with prices as they are. Other people live on much less. Later—" •• • > , Her hand, fragrantly cool, had gone up over his lips. "No, Barry. It Isn't that. Really it 'isn't." He had wished to continue, and tell her again about the book, and how he believed -in' it', and Joseph Ammlngton, the-New York editor and critic—who, niarvelously, was also his friend—believed in it, and why. He had wished to tell her about other books, that were to fol- low this one. He hnd wished to plan and dream about them and about how she was to help him, So, though he kissed her fingers before he took them away, he said, "Very well," with an appealing imi. tation of indifference. Cecily thought, "He thinks thai It is because ho isn't a rich man, He thinks that I am greedy and calculating." She denied it desperately. "No! Barry, clearest- no! It Isn't money nor jobs nor things of the sort. I don't care a bit about any of that. It is only— that I can't marry." "Cecily! What are you saying? You aren't married now, are you?" No of course not. But—" His sudden relief brought resent ment with it. "Then," ho said, "suppose we take a shot at being sensible for a moment or two and stop talking like characters in an O'Neill play. If you aren't married, and if you care for me as you seemed to not so long ago, there is 10 reason on earth why we can't be married, nnd soon." • * * 4 V.ES," she said, "there arc ever so many reasons." She spoke n a small, conventional voice, as f she were making chatty conver- ation with a stranger who was, bove all things, a stickler for the wholly sensible. "You see, I hap- en to be one of the heads of a ousehold. If you were married ow, and had'a family, you couldn't esert them all and marry me at nee." "Cecily, darling, what is the mat- r? I'm not married. You aren't married." "But it is much the same. Ann and I often have said so. You see, Ann and I love each other more than many married people do, I am sure. And we've shared everything, including responsibilities and clothes, and hopes, and work, and fun, and money, and everything, ince—well, since mother and father died." Water Floods Store Building "Cecily, sweet" lie objected, "you aren't going sentimental, are you, and self-sacrificial and all that?" "If it is sentimental to pay the trocer and the butcher, and see that the family has a place to livo, and that Mary-Frances has an education, I've gone already, years ago Ann makes 525 a week. I make ?30. It takes every cent of It—" "But, darling 1 " he interrupted, 'never mind about that. It is you,., qua you, in whom I'm Interested. /You don't lovo Anymore tban yoivyi oye me, dj you?" ' . ',.' "It Is entirely different," she said,. and added irrelevantly, "Ann didn't:' rush off and marry Phil the minute' he asked her. They have been en- aged for eight years." He simulated a shudder. "Hear me, you woman person. I'm not oing to wait eight years nor eight months, nor eight weeks for you." ' r (To Bo Continued) Fire Destroys Bain Home On Route I Spilled Kerosene Ignites and Spread* to Walls in Few Minutes The home of W. T. Bain, who live two miles east of town on whnt is known as the old Arkndelphia road was destroyed by fire early Monday morning. All/of the contents of the house were lost. The fire was caused by a small amount of kerosene being spilled on the floor and in some manner catching fire. The flames from the burning kerosene on the floor quickly spread to the wall and in a few minutes the whole house was burning Only Mr. Bain's wife and two of the younger children were at home. Mrs. Bain was slightly burned before she was able t<J> get out of tht way of the flames. None of the household effects was saved as it was impossible to enter the buring building by the time help arrived from the nearest house about a uarter of a mile away. • i • Rosston Rt. 2 Health is good in our community. The holidays passed off pleasantly enough. Our school began again Monday after two weeks dismissal for the Christmas holidays. Business as usual despite the flood was the attitude of W. N. Tntc, Sum- Quite a lot of hogs have been killed ne r, Miss., grocer, when a foot of water covered the first floor of his store, the past few days. Customers walked on planks to buy food. Tate is shown at the right in the Mr. and Mrs. T .H. Butler spent P icturc ab °ve. The flood at Sttmner is higher than it was in 1927. Sunday with relatives of this place. C. Che Rent lit Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With • HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more yoU till, f " The quicker you j»l), 1 insertion, lOc per line minimum 300 3 Insertions, 7c per Una, minimum 50o . 6 insertions, Gc per line, Minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5e per liiW, minimum $4,00 , (Average 5V4 wards to (he line) NO.TE—:Wnnt advertisements a** cepted over the telephone may be charged with Uio understanding that the.bill is payable on preMtt' tation of statement, the day of flrtt publication. « Phone 768 The cheapest and safest commercial college In the state is the Four States Commercial College, Texarkana. Write for our terms. By J. W.' Hill, Mgr. 3tp. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lowe of Minden, La., spent the holidays with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Delma Bolls of Shu- qualack, Miss., are spending a few days with relatives here. Quite a lot of selling out and moving in our community. Mr. Earl Reeves has sold to Mrs. J. E 1 . Ward. M .r Dalph Ellis sold to Mr. Reeves. N. D. Butler and son C. W. Butler traded places also. The people were glad to see some sunshine. Mr. and Mrs. Medford Hazzard are moving to their farm in this vicinity. smd Fran" rt ;<' directions contained in the decretal rrder of the Chancery Court of Hemp- drfen- : f'rmmis- or cnirance | in n ror'.rr.n cause (No. 2-MBi then ll'.c u.wn of, pending therein h?t\v.?rn Th? Fcrlcml h; County; Land B;mk of S;. Ln;ti- compbmnnt. FORRENT FOR RENT—Front bedroom, adjoin, ing bnth. Close in. Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. Phone 505-W. 31-3tc FOR RENT—Underwood Typewriter. Jim Briant. 31-ltc FOR RENT— Nicely furnished apart- ! nble. 704 Soutli Main. COMMISSIONER'S SALE D. !ti:'2. <>:. csta-e. !o-v The W;--. ci's: O;.;r :. Hnlf f\V-"> M. C. Carter, underpinned, as Commissioner Covr! w: 1 ! cf' of sn'irr nt Air Hi.'t (\V'-j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That) in pursuance of the authority and i directions contained in the decretal' order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the llth day of December, A. D. 1931 in a certain cause (No. 2458) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis complainant, and M. C. Douthit and Jodie Douthit, et al, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will of-* 'er for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or Tcwr.-hiu Ten nr :1 .?„,.-• Twcn-v-fo-.-.. <:•., y,-.,,. , I Frin~:p ;; l Meridian, conta •s=, in Hcir.Tistead Ccun',\ TERMS O? SALE: On entrance of the Court House in the town of Washington, in the County of Hempstead, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on j nours prc- ' E-.ic-, on rv-.-v.-.-y. A. ri-ibrd real j p»b'.:r vpntl'.te loth* hi?hp?t 1. j ?*, ;ho .front door or <!"C Ncvth- i Ccuri Hoii'.r i:i (ho :ho West ingion. Arkansas, in the Countv of ?.r: Fourth 1 Hempstead,. within the hours prc- '. Quarter i'^ribsd by law for judicial sales, on -fi-,-3 (35), i Friday, ths 22nd day of January. A. o: Range > E. 1932. 'he following described real the Fifth ' estate, to-wit: lii-t? in all ! The East Half '£>;•> of the South- more or I west Quarter (SW'.'i) of Section Arkansas. | Thirteen (13>, Township Eleven 'ID South, of Range Twenty-four <2!> West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing in the aggregate. Eighty 'SO) acres, more or less, in Hempstead County. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser'being re- WANTED WANTED— Chevrolet or Ford Coupe will trade Piano, Radio, Victrola Of equal value., Bensbcrg Music Co., op- 31-3tc. , en'rancs of the j posite Post Office. tcnvn of Wash- 1 .•j credit of three rnc:r;h':, 'he purchaser being required to c;cscute a bond as require:! by law and the crcicy and decree of said Ccurt in said cause, with approve:- hcc.:ri:y, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum ircm date o? sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises scki to secur? the payment of the purchase money. Given under my_ hand this 29th day j the rate of 8 per ~ ' ~ from date of. sale WANTED—Buff Orphington hatching eggs. Must be from good stock. Will pay premium above market price. Brnemar Hatchery, Texarkana, ArV4. 12-31-tf. WANTED—Roomers and boraders. Mrs. S. R. Young. 320 S. Pine. 28-3tp SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED:—Your expert foct specalist Dr. C. B. Bledso, Chiropodist, using modern methods'to re- -w. - , move corns, bunions, callouses and inquired to execute a bond as required i growing nails, is back at Patterson's by law and tne order and decree of | Department Store. 30-ltp said Court in said cause, with ap- ! _____ • rrcvcd security, bearing interest "al i W. T. Elder, South Main Street is cf December, A. D. 1931. WILLIE HARRIS , Commissioner in Chancery. Friday, the 22nd day of January, A. I Dec 31 - Jan - 14 D. 1932, the following described real i •*»-*•<»«. estate, to-wit: ' I COMMISSIONER'S SALE The fractional South Half (SV4) of i he Southwest Quarter (SWV 4 ) of Sec- ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That i Washington Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Hubbard, o :?pre«ter, arid their children, Floyd, Jr and Mary Ella; Mr. and Mrs. Victo: fClark, of Little Rock, and Craig Wil •lianas, of Prescott, were Christina visitors of their parents, Dr. and Mrs J. C. Williams. Miss Mary Leonard, who is a senior in Henderson State Teachers College, now at home for the Christmas ...holidays, had as her guests for lunch 'Monday, Miss Margurite Womack and Miss Grace Lee Reeder, of Nashville Miss Reeder is a graduate of Ouachita College and Is now a member of the , Nashville high school faculty. Miss Wpmack is a graduate of Henderson State'Teachers College, and is a very talented and well known-soprano. She studied last summer in Chicago and Will return to that city again next spring. Quite a bit of improvement has been made on the Methodist parsonage and when completed the house and grounds will present a different and more pleasing appearance. Mrs. E. B. Black spent Sunday in ElDorado with her daughters, Mrs. W. T. McGough and Miss Margaret Black. Guy Watkins visited relatives near Waldo last Sunday. .Miss- Charlean Trimble and David Trimble of El Dorado are spending ?' week in Washington with rela- 4»v«* and friends. Mias Pauline Yarbrough of Hope is the guest of Miss week. Jessie Page this Mr. and Mrs. Crit Stuart and family have returned home after spendinj Christmas in Selma, La. Otis Howe spent Sunday in El Dorado. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Kimball, of Little Rock, were visitors in Washington Tuesday. While here they visited the old State Capitol building and other historic landmarks. T. N. Catts and Miss Mary Catts spent Sunday with friends in Hope. Miss Jessie Page visited friends in Hope Saturday and Sunday. Miss Charlotte Matlock spent the holidays in Fordyce with htr father's family. Miss Noelle Levins and Miss Charlotte Merrell were visitors in Hope Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Haynes celebrated with a family dinner on December 23, in honor of Mr. Hayne's birthday. Out of town guests were: Mrs. I. H. Garner, of Nashville and Mr. Claud Garner, of Bradenton, Fla. Mrs. A. P. Bailey spent Christmas in flope, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pruitt and Mrs. A. P. Bailey were Nashville visitors ast Sunday. A family reunion was held in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins Sunday. Those present were Mr. and drs. Lat Moses and Jack; Mr. and itrs. C: C. Gough and baby; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Robinson, of Patmos; Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Rhodes, -Miss Genie Levins and L. V. Orr of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmi? May spent Christmas in Texarkana with relatives. Mr. Preston May is here from Texarkana, on a visit to his brother, Jimmie May. Mrs. T. Y. Williams returned Sunday from a holiday visit with the C N. Trimble family in El Dorado. The Methodist parsonage of this city has been the recipient of generous poundings during the Christmas times. We who are domiciled therein are very grateful for such unmerited favors. We are here to serve and when you can use us command us. J, L. Leonard, M. E, Pastor. Hoover Turns Gardener Negro Kijled Near Blevins Saturday Shooting Follows Argument at Home of Isom Williams Russell Adams was placed in the county jail Monday morning charged with the fatal» shooting of Sport Veley, near Blevins, last Saturday night. Both parties are negroes. Th shooting followed an argument en aged in by Adams and Veley at negro entertainment. ' It is reported that Adams and Vele Needy Families Make Pleas For Aid tion Thirty (30), in Township Thir- leen (13) South, of Range Twenty- .hree (23) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; the Southeast Quarter (SEV4) of the Southeast Quarter (SEV 4 ) of Section Twenty-five (25) in Township Thirteen (13) South, of Range Twenty-four (24) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; containing in all one hundred and twenty-nine (129) 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 8 per cent per annum 11 nm 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 29th day of December, A. D. 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. Dec 31, Jan. K in pursuance of the authority nnd I Dec 31, lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money, Given under my hand this 29th clay of December, A. D. 1931, WILLIE HARRIS in l l cent per annum prepared to grind your corn, until paid, and a your meal ground here and be con- Have vinced. Good Machinery. " 29-3t NOTICE NOTICE—Tune and repair your piano at reduced price. Bensbergs <K ] Musice Co., Second and Walnut. , ** ' 31-6tc. COMMISSIONER'S SALE There was some very special gardening to be done on the White House grounds tjie other day. so President Hoover took spade in hands, as you see him here. He was planting a treee brought from Hodgeville, Ky., birth- plac of President Lincoln. were attending a gathering of negroes at the' house of Isom Williams and that while there they became c gaged in a violent quarrel. Adams left the place and returned to the home of his brother-in-law, Ode Hill, where he lives. He was followed by Veley. Veley was advised by the occupants of the house to leave- when tie made his appearance there, but these reueqsts. were not heeded and ie attempted to force open the door n order to reach Adams. Adams met lim at the door with a shotgun and as he entered the house, shot him. He was killed instantly. Adams was allowed bond, which he nade, and is now at liberty pending rial. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 21st day of December, A.D. 1931 in a certain cause (No. 2492) then pending therein between Commonwealth Building & Loan Association, complainaht, and J. Ed MeCorkle, et al., defendants, 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, Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hempstead, within the Hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Thursday, the 28th day of January, A. D. 1932, the following describee real estate, situated in, Hempstei c County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lots Ten (10), Eleven (11), and Twelve (12), Block Ten (10), in Frisco Addition to the City of Hope, 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 10 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 30th day of December, A. D. 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. Dec. 31, Jan 1, 14. W CURIOUS , USES ONLY ONE C4KE Of (CS _' HIS e^r THE ONE CHUW. \s (MD ANIMALS KlU ABcwr 1-2,000 IN INDIA EVffty -/'ARIZONA .... - Time to Duck "Hasn't that fellow written a book " "Yes. and if you aren't carefu} hi'll i$e y.oy s eopy."—Louisville Courier' COMMISSIONER'S SAL£ '' NOTICE IS HEREBY p**,EN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions container* 'jn the decretal crder of the Char^ry Court gf Hemo- §tead County ^^ a»d entered on the llth dr; pf necember, A- D- 1831 in a cjf.ajfl uje (No. 2#7) then between The Fft&raJ plainant. I i{*&f*t&f'' * ' ' lLLIAM FERGUSON, artist and student of natural history had an idea that people would be interested in learning more about the world they live in if the facts could be presented in an unusual and interesting way.' -••-.-•Accordingly he began to put 'some of "his" ideas in picture orm. That was several years ago. Today his celebrated reature, THIS CURIOUS WORLD, is distributed by NEA Service and appears daily in hundreds of newspapers. Not only s it tremendously po'pular as a newspaper feature, but in grade and high schools throughout the country it is clipped ind studied as an aid to nature courses because of the authenticity of its art work. its name implies, THIS CURIOUS WORLD pictures unusual things you may be astonished to know, but which you should know. 1 You can strikingly .feature every HOPE STAR

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