Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 24, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE HOPE STAtt, HOPHJ, ARKANSAS *ftt Mort You Tell, th« Quick* Y«A.S*U" KATBS ttlfilllftUMfe )-l»e OM ftwnth (tt wtatan* •*• fMf CMttoWHM H tektat «**! dMMc»ti«n HM Mhttflbt CWIHy e MM* M •MM," "*« Sate," Mt.-tMs to Bot each Initial M name, or complete tchfttone number, counts M • Ml wvriL tYtt example: FOR BENT—Three-room modem furnished apartment, with fan«a> clon in. BMgate. I. V. Blank, phone 9WI> Total, IS words, at 2e word, Me Me time; at 3ttc word, Me for times, etc. MOTE: All orders placed by taitihoM ate due and payable upon pnwntatfon <* kUL PHONE 768 MATTRESSES—The old reliable lo cated on Highway 67 one block e»s of laundry. Twelve years seniority We make new mattresses, renovate ol ones; ;Aif Conditioned inner sprirtg a spefciwty. See us. Hope Mattress Company. •* 17-3tp Friday, September 24, 1937 Wanted SCRAP »OM WANTED Atiy Kind, «py Quantity WE ARE PAYING 3Sc cwMT.OO TON Certified weighing scales at our yatc No charge for weighing P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 R Second St Hope, Art. 28-26te Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H. B. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Don't sleep on knots. Let us build you a new mattress or rebuild the old one. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY MATTRESS SHOP, 712 West Fourth, Phone 853-J. Paul Cobb. 23-6tc W:B BUY SCRAP IRON .... We ore paying 35c cwt. or $7.00 ton. We weigh on oil mill scales which re certified. No charge for weighing. Also—we buy radiators and metals of all kinds. COX'CASSIDY FQUNDRY St MACHINE CO Laurel St Hope, Ark, 27-26tc HIGHEST PRICES PAID For old Batteries, Radiators, Metals Of all kinds. Old Tires, Sacks and Rags. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO.' 304 E. Second St Hope, Ark. 28-26tc WANTED— Boy "to work in store, address. Box 205. full time 24-ltp For Sale FOR SALE—Organ music, also music suitably for Piano and church at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. Ralph Routon. 24-3tc FOR SALE—Stoves, heaters, bedsteads, all kind used Furniture. Used Furniture Co. 3rd and Hazel, Hope, Ark. 15-28tc FOR SALE: Residential property, 92x225 feet, Southeast Corner Hervey and Avenue C. Box 1503, Shreveport, La. 22-14tp. BLUE SEAL USED CARS AND USED TRUCKS REPRESENT BETTER VALUE BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN TRIPLE CHECKED FOR CONDITION APPEARANCE PRICE SELECT YOUR CAR OR TRUCK FROM THIS GROUP TODAY 1936 Pontiac 2 Dr. Trg Sedan $535 1936 Chevrolet Master 2 Dr. Sedan $395 1934 Plymouth Deluxe 2 Dr. Sedan $395 1935 Plymouth DcLuxe Coupe $435 1935 Dodge 2 Dr. Sedan $365 1934 Pontiac Coupe $295 1933 Dodge 4 door Sedan $365 1936 Plymouth 2 Dr. Sedan — $465 193fi Chev. Std. 2 Dr. Trg. Sedan $495 1934 Plymouth Deluxe 2 Dr. Sedan $365 1937 Dodge l'/z Ton Long Wheelliase $650 Blue Seal Used Cars AND Used Trucks FOR SALE—Old newspapers, 5 cents per bundle- Hone Star. 27-26dh Battlefield Pic Supper There will be a pie supper at Battlefield schoolhouse Friday night, October 1, sponsored by the W. M. S. A, it was announced Thursday. Proceeds will go to the Methodist and Baptist churches. The public is invited. Although birds have a regular molt, ing season, a lost feather is replaced by a new one at any time of year. Lost LOST: Four year old, setter bird dog. White with leather spots. Return to J. S. Conway, Jr., name on collar. 22-3tp STRAYED—One brown horse mule, Wt. about 1,100 Ibs., has sign of wire cut on left shoulder, white spot on right shoulder. H. E. Upchurch, Patmos, Ark. 22-3tp Found FOUND—Purse, contains money Call at Hope Star. 24-6tc FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom in private home. No other roomers. Close in. Phone 851. 24-3tc FOUND—Two keys on small ring. Owner may claim by paying for this notice. 23-3tdh Legal Notice ARE FULLY GUARANTEED AND ARE SOLD ONLY BY YOUR Dodge-Plymouth Dealer B.R. MOTOR CO. PHONE HOPE, ARK. 58-59 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in mirsuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hemrjstfiad County, made and entered on the 6th day of September, A. D. 1937 in a certain cause (No. 5062) then pending therein betwepn W. B. Prichett complainant, and Emma E. Bland, et nl., 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 County Courthouse, in which said Court is held, in the County of Hempstead within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday the 16th day of October A. D. 1937, the following described real estate, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 14, Township 12 South, Range 27 West, containing 40 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 ten 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 16th day of September, A. D. 1937 RALPH BAILEY Commissioner in Chancery. Sept. 17, & 24 Ozan Mrs. Troy Smead spent several days this week visiting relatives in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jones and Mr. and Mrs. John Barrow attended the Ringling Bros, circus, at Texarkana, Tuesday night. F. P. Citty has been on the sick list this week. Price Citty and Will Teague, of Texarkana, have been working in the community for the past week. Mrs. Sallie Webb, who has been occupying a part of the Mrs. Lona Robins residence, has moved into the Barrow house north of the B. A. Barrow residence. Relatives from DeAnn spent Sunday with Mrs. Ed May. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leaman and son, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Price Sandlin, have returned to their home in Harrisburg, Perm. Marie Stuart, who has been doing commercial work in Hope, has returned home. The commercial course which she was taking has been discontinued. The Shwe Dagon, one of India's most beautiful shrines, was built to shelter eight hairs from the head of Buddha. VHUKU OUR BOARDING HOUSE Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS IF YOU'LL HELP ME, I'LL GIVE. YOU A DIM6. OF THE QUARTEC, MV BEOTHER GAVE ME FROM THE FIFTY CEW7S HE OOT TO CARRV THIS COAL IW THE CELI-AE,. ARE YOU • SO dUMPY ABOUT? EVERY TH' IXDOT3 BeLL. YOU POA-SMEAK BEHIMD BUSTER/ B6LL AWp IP AMY- owe WAWTS T# serje THEM THAT 1'AA AWAYOW A TRIP "TO QREEMLAMD TO APTEFS, MV AS UPSET AS A CAWOE IM A TH ; LAW SNIFFING YOU OUT, OR IS SOMEOWE TRYING TO SUE YOU OVER ONE OF YOUR WEATHEP,- BEATEM DEBTS? . _ • f-y ^ f#^ BUSINESS/ fT IT'S MOREv THAN LIKELY A PROCESS "FROM MY LAWYERS '5.'' ONJLY THE (FDSTMAM WITH A BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BUSINESS. The Way of a Maid By MARTIN OP O\O ROOM T.M. REC. u.s. PAT"OFF. 0<// /- LCOPR. 1»37 pVWtA SERVICE. " ALLEY OOP Guz Had Better Prepare to Duck By HAMLIN SO FOOZV WOULDN'T T£LL VUM HOW COMS H£ WUZ. OUT ' WIGHT.EH? WELL, &V GUM, 1 THINK BLAST GIVE A LOT TKNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO FOOZV WELL, WELL? G'MORWIWG SAY! WHAT ' HAPPENED TO VOU ? Y'LOOK LIKE VOU'O 1AMGLED WITH A ASER-TOOTMi H! I KNEW MELT 7SOU3LE COM/fJ'f AW, eATS.' WELl,l WISH VOU LUCK.' WAN7A OM ABOUT OH.THISJ iUTTLE • V'KNOW- HIGNWE55 HMMPHf ACCIDENT WELL WHAT WELL, WHAT ABOUT '/M MEAN! TEOUBLE WASH TUBBS fSi'SN THE LUMBER COMPANY OVER TOME. BEBBV, ANP THE SOUSANP DOLLARS EE5 In the Nick of Time By CRANE RIGHT HERE. MISS KELTON. AN', B'LIEVE M6 YOU'LL NEVER KE&KET IT. GREAT HONK' WE THOU6HT\OH, VOU PARLIN6S' ITS TU&BS / VOU'D BEEN HOW WONOERFUL ' COME IM THE NEXT ROOM, &REEZE. WE WANT TO SEE ALONE HOLP ON,THERE! KELTON HASN'T SIGNED THE PILL OF SALE.YET ANP IN MY OPINION. SUH, SHE'LL NEVER SI6N IT? KILLED BY INPIAN5. YOU'RE SAFE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Disturbing Element By BLOSSER 'JIGGER,I UWDERST/\WD YOU WERE OUT UWTIL. I2«0'CLOCK LAST WIGHT ! THAT'BAD....THAT'S BREAKIWG TRAIMIWG? IF I WEREN'T CAPTAIW. I WOULDN'T CALL >t>U OW IT ! THATS THE SPIRIT, JIGGER ! IF WE CAW'T PLAY "THE GAME RIGHT, WE MIGHT AS WELL WOT TRY.'WE HAVE A BIG JOB LAID OUT FDR US THIS YEAR WELL,DOW'T GO MEDDLING PERSONALLY, CRASH, I THIKJK MY KIO^E IS PER FECTLY HAPPY IN IT'S PRESEWT NEIGMBORHOOp J AND I THINk I CAN KEEP IT THERE ' I WASWT TETLLIWG HIM, CRASH 1 WAS ASKIN© HIM ' IM MY PRIVATE LIFE HMM.'THE LITTLE SELF-ELECTED MOWITOR TELLIMG THE BOYS WHAT TO YOUR NOSE IS APT TO TAKE A SIGHT-SEEING TRIP ALL OVER YOUR FACE .' RA NORT SPECIAL NURSE By THOMPSON AND COLL A Strange Place U" WELL,MVRA, HERB IS THE RESIDENCE OF THE SREAT EMIL VON &ODEM. &OSH/J/M--PO S'DU RIGHT PIS WAV. ARE VOU5E DR. JASON AMP TH' MU(?GE PAME? HEAVENS! THE DOCK BELL LIKE FIRE ALARM. VES... I MAY WE SEE PR. VON BODEN s PRO&AgLY WANTS HIS PAROLED GUESTS TO FEEL AT HOME, r SUPPOSE W/S OPERATION WAS A SUCCE95f LOOK AT THE WINDOWS.... BARS OM ALL. DF THEM.

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