Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 27, 1934 · Page 4
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HOFK STAK, HOPB> ARKANSAS Noted Hymn Writer OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY ^Friday, July 27^1934 Rv WILLIAMS I,- I HDttBKHfTAIi I t S, 9 Who wrote the "Battle H\ mn Of the Republic' 1 ? 12 Sorrowful. 13 Australian wattle tree. 14 Stir. 15 Network. Jlft.-To.Ignore. It Cyst tumors, 19 Machines for. spreading hay. 21 Humorous play. 25 Speedily. 29 Music drama. 30 Proceeding from the Pope. 31 Chinese staple food. 32 Sour. 33. Cotton giu at- tachmeut. 35 Pithy. 36 To run away. 37 To bury 38 Straight awl. 44 To barter. , 45 An. assembly, .' 49 Destitute of Answer to Vrevlous Vtir/Io liair. 82 Driving com mand. 53 To become exhausted. 54 Collection facts. 55 She was famous 56 She was elected to -.*> Academy of An» ?nd Letters, • VKRTlCAJLi - Custom. ot the 3 Upright shaft. 4 Fresh-water ? fish. 5 Low hill, 8 Barren. 7 Proverb. S Caribou. 9 Sloe. 10 Poem. 11 Wns victorious. 13 Honey- gatherer. 1-? She was a famous (Pi.). IS Oppressed with beat. 19 Afternoon meal. 20 To undermine ~~ Parsley seed liquid. 23 Right-hand PUge. 21 To Crawl. 26 Thin metal plate. 27 Aside. 28 Rich river land. HI Rebel. I!.") Sesame. 33 Knocks. 40 Epochs, 41 Period. 42 Surface measure. 43 Opposite of cool. 45 Self. 4G Sheltered place. 47 To permit. 49 Fence rail. 50 Blackbird. 51 Ingredient of varnish. 29 3T 33 44 45 ^^ 47 ^ ^ 30 35 39 41 4a se 301 ScU It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, ICta line, min. 30o fat consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 9Qc - 26 times, 3V4c line, min, $2.70 (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 tha first publication. Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. NOTICE ^Etna Accident, Policy provides ?5000 for public carrier accidents and $3000 for all other accidents. Only 25c per day. Wayne H. England, Tele phone 475. 24-3t NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought anc ebld in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. ll-6tc WANTED Old Liberty The farmers of this community cer- ainly would apreciate a good rain. Miss Beulah Hicks is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Frank Gil- >ert. Mrs. Floyd Pardue and Mrs. Guy Hicks spent Tuesday with Miss Juanita -alhoun. Miss Peggy Moody of Hope is the ;uest of her parents this week. Mrs. D. H. Slayton has returned to ner homo ofter spending a few days with Mrs. Guy Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shearer and Mr. and Mrs. George Shearer spent Sunday with Mrs. J. B. Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fincher of Washington spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Winchester. Joe Lee Harden of Nasrville visited John Winchester Sunday. "WAPNING ORDER No. 2835. In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Mae Berry Plaintiff vs. Hilburn Berry Defesdant The Defendant, Hilburn Berry, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Mae Berry. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 24th day of July, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. John P. Vesey Atty. Plaintiff. STANDARD COFFEE CO. is in need of salesmen in Hope and other towns in Arkansas to take orders and qualify fo restablished routes. See Mr. M. Blassingame Sunday afternoon between 2 and 5 at Capital hotel or write Postoffice Box 258 Hope. Itp WANTED: Small Diamond. About % carat. Must be cheap for cash. Apply this office. 18-3t ' FOR RENT FOR RENT—Five room apartment, furnished, south exposure, garage. To couple. Phone 217-W.—Mrs. W. F. Saner. 23 - 3t P Six room house furnished. South Spruce street Also five room house Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, Phone 1638- 4 rings. 21 _3tp. FOR SALE GRAPES for sale, $1 per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C Johnston. 26-3tp. 100-pound porcelain-lined refrigerator, practically new. Phone 321. 25 3tp Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-261. Best Paint Sold-Hope Bldg. Mat. Co Used cars bought and sold. P. A Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. NOTICE! Have that old Mattress Renovated. We make them look new. Call for and deliver. Give TJ 3 A Trial Home Mattress Shop R. E. Hatcher 115 N. Hazel St. FOR SALE 1031 CHEVROLET mileage— Exceptional Value- Like New. Hempstead Motor Co. Phone 850 207 East Third Low Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS 218 So. Walnut Phone 36 I/VCH'I We are insurance Specialists who study your risks and write i n s u r a n c c t li a t checks loss at every twist and turn. COMPllTf IHSURWU SfRVIC PHONE 6IO HOPE, Attl Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Eay Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson B Hyckins L A U N D R Y Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 50c A YOU HAV& A j A TR/MLET? OT CASH , J'l ' ^-M—l\_L HAVE ') STA; ROW A"r30UT DIPPING/ f To EN cbAGE- A f\ I'M 6. .,_ V TH S DI61TS INTO IT ToXi SEC F> tT A-*Y TO V TOR N\Y:#22. ^ } BRING OUT $27 YOUVEJV -RELIEVE ME OF (•* NOW, IN -B/\p_J= ( OWED ME SINCE TH' ft THOSfc TWT=L\N6 ) r" K ' AKA/VT9 V. BATTLE. OF fV\A^LA?/( T3ETAIL^> AT THE GODSJ ISW'T ONE. PLEASURE AT A TIME ENOUGH, ANYMORE? NO- I CAN' SEE OVER V0U« OOIM6-CARPV SHOULDER. LIKE YOUR ICE CREAM VOU CAN MINE. I CAN GRAB OPP A SPOONFUL EVEVTIME WE PANCE BY MV DISH. AROUNP WITH VOU. / MOTHERS GET BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Cold Feet! By HAMLIN OK WtVY.Wfc OOUT VY'6 TOO \ViOOOtte, A^iVWAV. 60 ALLEY OOP Stumped! By MARTIN W I GOTTA WALK ALL TH' 1 fwHAOVA RECKON 15 |V/«V HOI^e - NO TELUN' HOVJ I THAT HULLABALLOO ? FAQ THAT FOOL OINNV'LL RUN B'V'ORE HE SHAKES THAT CROCK OFFN c-V - SOUNDS L\KE — NiEBBE I BETTER GO 'HAVE A LOOK/ *-- ' rr.nvirr. t WASH TUBBS All the Details By CRANE HOP IN, , PODNER. ' SEE HERE, CAPTAIW EASV. I IMVtTED VOU ' L TO DIME WITH ME BECAUSE VOU'RE A **>ir<*l^ Til'') l*Jl— Wfc.^/-* w «•*- IV i~r • ~>~~ -- SWASH-BUCKLIMG SOLPIER OF FORTJUME. TDIDWT YOH, HE'S ak. H&S> ASK THAT., APMIRAL TUBBS, SUM, KIP ALON6:/ MV BUDDIE— BETTER VM AS TIGER-MAM TUB8S. r7^AH!ne \ s LOOI4S Ul^'c \ A CHILD— \ AKIP MOME 1 I TCX) BRIGHT, / EITHER. J "V ti . R6VOLUTIOMS, PIRATES, WHALES, AKIP HEAD-HUKJTERS ' BV THE HOUR . TO TELL IM T^ 5 1 WAI A PR I MCE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Clean Breast By BLOSSER 1 SIMPLY SAID THAT FRECKLES WAS RICHT.. WHY? WHAT V/AS THAT YOU THAT MUST BE THE SHERIFFS S 1C MAL, SAYING THAT THE PRISONER ARRIVED RIGHT. FRECKLES II ( I JUST FORGOT MYSELF^ ' FOR A MOMENT, BOYS.... 1 LET THE CAT OUT...YOU SEE, T. REALLY SPEAK PERFECT ENGLISH... I'VE HAD TV/O YEARS OF COLLEGE .' THE NEWFANGLESTMom'n Pop) THEN V/HY DID I MOST PEOPLE -fou SAY "HEAP ) EXPECT THOSE BIG" AND THINGS ( THINGS OF AN LIKE THAT WHEN I INDIAN.,..SO I WE FIRST MET J V/AS GIVING YOU? A YOU A LITTLE LOCAL COLOR .' ^ 'Si-N lf %,: x TRYING To MAKE US THINK \VE WERE aETTIWO THE REAL STUFF, EH 7 NUTTY, I'M STILL NOT SURE HE SPEAKS ENGLISH .'.' 1H AT 01. CC'l-J'/IHCf: YbU ." The Investigation Committee ___^>N ^^^^f^i^S^s^^sr^ By COWAN II|L ijki» "-A-*-"—*-™-*—»«. J i.... i .« i ju-—^ _ " j' / ^ F - S ' SIC '' THE: A^V / BEACCAl f'.HD i Ct« I CM,,/ 'E_I/I —LOOKED | Tin:. v/\uop//!i LOOK ATT THE II BLUE AND PINK LOOK AT THE, CEILINGS -LC.T'S ee WHAT THEY D01N' t-. GAi-40 OUT Ot-- TOM! YVO'v5KlU' •' M-L THE PMNTEPS LEAVIN; HOPE. B, THET H£V GOOD NEIGHBORS

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