Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 3, 1932 · Page 4
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,' M •ft '>> & , * % tf-J-TI ^* «fc. W*ii3 she couldn't stand it when 1 was away', so fad It! Find It! 1S&*Q l * IT M you tell. JOc per 30ft SOc' i |iW ' •' MkyordstotheUne) . .sjjSii" ' i • i. . ».i .•• •«, , telephone may be (f with ^.understanding • m prescn- t^stotement, Uie day, of first FOR RENT iJRREiT—Five room house: New, j Modern. Convenient See Phone 747.' l-3t QR- RENT—One furnished bouse. ^sfe'tof One five room house, mod- It-. One six room house, modern. Jfrfttj TV-iiTlJLLifl—T-/ J ' '' o ffi |!t)R.'RENT-Modern six room house. " .or unfurnished. /See E. O. r'.';^ .. '.,l-3tc RENT—Modern five room Electric refrigeration. Mrs. Phone 620. ' 2-3t • : RENT—Desirable hew aparf- t,,'Mpdenv ; hard wood floors, large .bath' and shower.' Close in. ' ' RENT—House. Phone 664. 3-3t LOST —Diamond bar pin betv/een theater and 308 South Elm. ,,„„. Fender please return to Ha- Hpllamon PopL 27-8tc Man Held for Attack • Is Adjudged Insane HENDERSOtt, Texas.— (JP) -C. S. White, charged with murderous assault on his. wife in the oil field Saturday, has been adjudged insane. He Will be transferred to the state hos- pita Immediately. _ - ' ' Officers ' said he became violent in jail Monday, hurling himself against his barred cell and seriously injdring himself about the head before being overpowered by fellow prisoners. NOTICE NOriCE—Highest 'price paid for whole milk and sour cream. Route men start Monday, March <i. Southern Creameries, located in old cheese plant J. G. Thomasson, in charge. Phone 382. . , 2-4tp GSNERAL 'CONTRACTING —Free estimates on painting, paperhanging, all kinds of .building. Phone 567J or 51&W. Collins & Harrington.^ ?-13-30tc 1 1*1. ^ f * i < i* • . A LITTXE PEPSO-GINGER WILL end your'indigestion or your druggist will refund your money. - - 2-5i30t WANTED—Issties, of February llth Truckland Courier.. We will pay 10 cents per copy.' Hope Star. TOR SALE, .FOR SALE — Cows .with young calves.. Also all kinds of hay.' See L. A. Foster, Phone 1'66. l-3tp. ...BRAEMAR QUALITY, Blood tested 'Single .Comb White. Leghorn chicks, $8.00 per hundred. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Bramaf Hatchery, 601 Dudley Ave., Texarkana, Ark. ' 2-26-tf WANTED—Pair mules and good milk, cow. See 0. H: Miller, Hope, Route' 2. . •. HAY and,, Com for sale. Mtyed Clover and Johnson grass. $6.50 per ton. Alfalfa »10.00, Corn 35c bushel st ibarn near' Columbus. See Paul Briant at Hope or Dr. H. H. Darnall at Columbus. ' 2-«-6tc • FOUND FOUND—Ring containing five keys on East Third street. Owner may have same by identifying same and paying for this ad. Hope Star. It-dh st ^ Closing Out SALE Out Billingsley's Stock of Dry Goods, and the Wallace StpQk of Groceries and Drugs, Hurry, folk*! Get in on these bargain prices. We what you want—cheaper. Everything in the t including the fixtures, must go, Work Shoes 51.49 $1.95 56 '!*-> $2.45 Otoi "» |QQ Sbirt« cDlor*,-... Tobacco, all lOc bags, Two for Whole Rice, grooms, 5 strand, Special ....................... Quinine, S!5c *iz» ..................... siw A«pifin, 9 grain, Tvq Walker Sales Co. firtt |>^f Wfrt »f At Vmtott w* L, ftV JOVE, YOiJ CAME POR ADVlCfi 4/0 1ME T^ffe HAPTA. V*A«H s ANP T7EWtO MpoPteW/e USE FOR BL^*-' L * N> r AND HIS FRIENDS By BLOSSER .' THATS HER., Beaten to It! <3CC.' THATS A <see...i. ITCOUUD PELLA VrfHO WE SAW OOTS1D6 Op A\OS. pEDPlELDS VEAH...X<SueSS MUST se . RATS.... POODL-g/.'CUT THAT ..- COME •• B£ A <5OOD D06.'.' :, 1 .THOUSHM CAM OUTSMART "*" TH6'OODl-£S, B6AT6W US Tb IT, / 0|Jce ^e/ A UTTL6 AM' Bees) Feet THAT BOX . OP DOUSH FOOT... eAsy ITS POODLg SMEL.UM' ( SMIPFlM* R6AL> STtU« AM' UIST6M i! IT SpOWD UK6 WASHTUBBS Now It's'Tigers! 1ST ^y vt»\v;iv\fc.; \r\^ \ ^t«. ov. mi NEtKi \S 6emN(a MOOR6E. \ FOR A t THOUGHT I FIRST VT'6 A LEOPARP' " u ^' > NOO SA.VS V THENTJ^gRSj . THESE BEASTS >-~«.^____V^ FWJOR OF IS PETS / ^ ( SOME RA&BVTS r 7 y •' l OUMPIN'OOT AJ OS vOMETHlNCi STR\W£S THE POOS*. A TERRV^VC FWM4.0P, AND R\P <aOE.S HEM? OVJEV2 HEEUS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Again! AA ObovWJT VOORO. 0<0t<l. "WE SALESMAN SAM Opportunity Knocke! > BIG- BOY I you 01MT T6.UUM 1 QUIT TW>S SftMOW\cH SIO-M '— MOT CONSCIOUS' /— _C 1»» BY ft* SCBVi^t l»r. Eire U. «, PAT. Off. THE NEWFANGLES (Moro'n Pop) He Knowg Hi* Grocerie»! By COWAN I UNOW- HUSBANDS (3ET THAT VVAV. A'>TEB A CERTAIN TIMC EVERYTHING BECOMES ROUTINE AROUND THE HOME, LIKE GETTING EOVVN TO THE OFFICE ON TIME— IT NEVER OCCURS THAT A WIFE NEEDS A. COMPLIMENT ONCE IN A WHILE \NEUU. \ G&T SO PISCOORAGED I'LL HAVE THE PIHNCR9 PvN CHICK NEVER GOOD VOU OUGHT TO ASHAMED OF GVAOVS COOKS. WIVES LOVE A UTTUE APPUAUSE 15c 4c 256 15c 756 156

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