FOUK HOPE SfAB, HOPE, ARKANSAS I One of the 'Musketeers' t Matt in the f>tetUT*. Dong- Jas - . ' 16 He has - — for a living, 13 Genuine. Answer, to Previous I'uazlo IS Double. A giver Narrative brown. i!Sf Mat vols. 24 SHI- 25 Hour seYeHov Hawni- Ian bird. ffl Like. - tlsli. 51 By 3JJ Qtlwrwlsc 25 Rude ilfbrcd person. 37 Abnbrmal mass ot tissuo 39 J<i]iaiefms plant. 40 Within 41 N'orth America. 42 Type standard. 43 Road. 44 Slash. 4ti Sons. S2 Lion. GS To toss slowly 55 To resolve into its eleniPiit^ ,">(> Genus of ' meadow Brasses. 57 Ireland. 59-Cavity. 60 Piece of sculpture. 61 He is a successful —— star (pi.). 62 His greatest work is on UK- -\ Ki £ PriTumo '! To rn-o> .. I Queer '. To exist. i; Midday 7 licncvolent. S lllack \\hw 0 Paid publicity, 10 Billiard rod. 11 Bark of ,.poper. mulberry. 12 To nullify. 16 He represents the - 1 type of star. 1* To neeoniplish. IS Railroad. 20 is his home state. 22 Grief. 25 To undermine. 26 Ancient kind ot theater L'S Fatty matter in glands. 10 Distinctive theory .12 Fabulous bird. v!l Small crescent shaped spot. :!6 Booted. .'IS Reign. .".!» Affirmative. 45 Precept. 47 Above. •IS Woolly surface of cloth. 1!) Colored part of eye. r>0 Hops kiln, fit Second note, S2 Opposite of win. 54 Largo. 56 To murmur, as a cat. 58 Northeast. 60 Before Christ, ZS" 9 SO 5 3fa By AHERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE • _.. ******** EGAT3 ,YOUR HONOR.YOU J plf "THEY WEKENT BOtHS:*^ ^g» SEE-AW-I HAt> JUST SOLt> W ANVBGW, Center Point •Hie farmers are nearly all done with •their work in this commuunity. Mrs. Vera Reeves spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ella Hodnutt. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in-the Hope Star Marketplace Bemember, the more you.toll, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, roin. 30c for .consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 -times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, SVfec line, min. ?2.78 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is-payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication, Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co MUSICAL INSTRUCTIONS on instruments ,of your choice, at 25 cents per lesson. Call at extreme south enc Elm street or address B. G. Wilhoit family, Box 3, Hope Route 2. 7-4tp NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Lenses bought and sold in ithe vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL Sc TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. 11-Gtc Miss Kathleen Reeves spent Friday afternoon with the Misses Lorene and Irene Wright. A few from this place are attending the singing school at Patmosj. Mr., and Mrs. Harvey Wright and children of-. Harmony spent Sunday with Mr. .and Mrs. W. W. Wright and children. Jim Voss '^of Bodcaw is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Galloway and children. Miss Gladys Galloway.is visiting her sister, Mrs. Garland Hatton of near Bodcaw. > Mr. and Mrs. A; W. Meadows and Miss Kathleen spent the Fourth with relatives in Hope. Mrs. Thelma DeVeny and children of Bodcaw are visiting her brother, W. W. Wright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Middlebrooks and son and Oscar Middlebrooks spent the Fourth with relatives in Pine Bluff. Mr. ad Mrs. B. L. Rothwell and children of near Hope spent the Fourth with Mrs. A. L. Caudle and children. Miss Gurdeen Caudle spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother She was accompanied home by Misses Willie and Vina Mae Rothwell ol near Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Ode Taylor and children and Jim Wright and Hanson Rothwell were Sunday afternoon caller at the home of Mrs. A. L. Caudle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl May spent las week end with relatives in Falcon. The sense of smell in birds is not very acute, although their organs are well developed. It is doubtful wheth- r this sense is of much use to them. FOR SALE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY—186 acres of good farm and pasture land, fair improvements. Southwest of Spring Hill. PhoneJTS. 12-3tp. FOR SALE: RCA-Victor Auto Radio. Practically new, $25. J. A. Davis ll-3tp. Bargains in used mowers—some as low as ?7.50. South Arkansas Implement Company, Hope, Arkansas. 9 3 tc. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co FOR SALE OR TRADE—One Fort 11,4-Ton Truck. See V. C. Johnson at South Arkansas Implement Co. 9-3tp Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOUND FOUND—Office key. Owner maj obtain same by calling at Hope Sta: and paying fo rthis ad. ll-3t WANTED WANTED—School books, rangin from 7th to 12th grade. See Selm Bartlett. H-«c. I DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 FOR SALE 1030 Studebaker 192S Oakland •1929 Buick Hempstead Motor Co. Phone 850 •! ; -' 207 East Third PRINTING Give us a chance on your next order of printing. Johnson Printing Co. Phone 31 Shampoo, color rinse, finger wave and oil manicure all for $1.00 Permanents $1.00 r.yl up Mary's Beauty Shop Phone 287 Cannon Apartments Luck's Tourist Court Special rated for private dances. Music furnished. Phone 222 H. E.Luck elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suite Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 """ MY SOLD MINE,AND 1 WAS ll K £ K ^'i?M^ SO ELATED,I <SAVE *TO^ 1 TH^ PARK/AN' ONE %&* TO MY T-R\ENDS,TO NOttSfe/*^ THE -DEAL./ TH PAW, WAS UP IN \STRLJE , L \ HE yYAS ATypE CUEfcKY, AV4" k- %t\ WHILE IN THE CAW\VA\_SP\R\T. WANTED NSE TO WE MAY HAVE BEEN A B\T- AH-EXWILA-RATE.O, JUDGE, BUT 1T WAS ALL IN THE SPIRIT OF g^r> T=UN OVER fAY £OOT> TORTUNS ''^m-\i^. ^-^ • JL)ST A "FESTIVE. s§MrTi^x^ occ ^ oN /^ -* 4'Ji- k; UF^ ^5 EACH; OR f \VE ' "DAYS IN v3A\L i£E^QfEs OUT OUR WAY TTT By WILLIAMS .^ 5s3f^ M THE MACSOR CAN PAY = r M ncr, u S- MT orr. ': 1934 BY NtA SCOVtCC. INC. TH' BOOKS IN THE HOME APE FULL. PRESSED LEAVES. FLOWERS, AND BUTTERFLIES ORAWERS ARE FULL OP STON6 COLLECTIONS/EVERV JAR AMD VASE HAS SOME SORT OF COLLECTION/ < THIS 15 NO HOME \T'S A MUSEUM f , BOTTLES, IRON, AN' BONES t'H COLLECTlN 1 TO SELL TO MAN, SO 8UV STAMPS PER MY STAMP COLLECTION 6ORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOKL 1 u s PAT, orr BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Rubbing It In! ByHAMLIN t.- ON J. II ouf\v I v w\v\. w 1'U. VOW KACt, O'R. "VH* GOtfeT -w\vvN^ f m\ Of UOWOR \ 60OO ,B A. vowo 0^, THAT,\K> TOR. ^""SlW »^. i?*V •''"Tfti&c** «;T ' WEWf AW BOOTS \Ki OKiW O7- HOW ALLEY OOP Greetings and Salutations! By MARTIN HERE COMES ^\ HE'S /A^D, ALL RU3HT, ALLEV OOP.' VJE'D)BUT WHO'S AFWMD OF BETTER GST OUT \TH«T BIG SLOB.' HUH. OF HIS ^^ - wp '< |!1 ^' wAtr.H ^AF / _ LOOKS HI,MUG/ HOWZA Nj DOOTSV. ] r | NEVER FELT PRINCESS VJOOTIETOOT'S / DO BE , BIG,TOUGH SVlEETlE/\ CAREFUL/ T'OAY r* . WASH TUBES SHE'S STILL ALIVE, CHIEF, BUT \ ( GET A POCTOFZ. ) I'M AFRAID SHE'S EOUE FOR.^/ J-^ S^T"^**v ?^^ \T7HILE THE POLICE, SURROUNDIM6 THE SANITARIUM,#3E SHOOTIW6 V/UP THE LADROMI MOB, THOSE INSiDP TURM TO THE WOMAN. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS C^^ 1934 The Send-Off! ?M4 BY MA anvict. me: T.'M. REC. u. S.PAT, orr By CRANE if — BABE, MV FRIEND, IS THE Easy Spills It I Awe's DA V IT'S A SECRET, Bubpie>. Y T HER NAME'S \ ~f WHO OA HECK'S > PAM&? 1 BUT SINCE .YOU GOT ( BABE DIAMOND i^BABE. DIAMOMP ?y. LADROMI'S A KIND FACE, I'LLLET v — " ^ f "' ~ YOU IN ON IT. By BLOSSER gjJODAY THE BOYS LEAVE FOR THE NORTH WOODS.... /AND ARE THEY EXCITED... WASH YOUR NECK AND EARS, SON... AND PUT UP THAT NETTING, TO KEEP AWAY ! ARE THE MoSQUIJoS BAD, UP THERE? BAD? SAY,DAD, DID YOU EVER HEAR OF A MOSQUITO K; BEING CONVERTED I'/ •2 z HOPE YOU CAM PICK UP A GOOD BIRCH CAKJOE AT FALLEN LEAF .' SWE WILL... *• GBYE, DOKIT 1 EVERYBODY WORRY.' '^ " ADIOS Ir fame) TH ONLY THING THOSE COYS V/ILL BAG IS THEIR PANTS il HOPE YOO BAG A GRIZZLY, |T FRECKLES THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) He Must Have Been! '-'0 at ^^^^ "~«t^j-^ -•-,.. C\lO S5ff>-i_/-N T. M. REQ. U S PAT OFF. s ^/ J ^At _ JT) 1934 at NFA -lEUVtCC. INC By CO WAN WELL, \4E SURE BATTY,ONE TIME. HIS LIFE THC WA^ MCS KUHt-l NAGS W\NDY,VT'S A- \NOUDEQ HE! DOESN'T 3 CUCKOO YOU WEAW HE REAU.V NA'AS . ONCE '.!
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