Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 28, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR HOPE STAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS .Sfttwcjay, July 28, Important Invention Answer Previous Puzzle »(One ot tho greatest ot all Intentions. 10A.gr«at lake. 11 Large room. IS Wing. 14 Sick. 18 Laughter sound. 15 Corpse. ",19 Northeast. 30 Masculine { pronoun. 21 Bugle plant. * 23 Sailor. * 24 Work ot fiction. 26 Openwork : fabric. 28 Pitcher. 44 Decimeter. ited to . 46 Modern work 60 The was bepan in Mainz the first book -1438-50 on from this type. machine. /29This invention 49 North America ' was first be- 60 Tumultuous i Jleved to be a disturbance. 2 Second note form ot . 62 Mother-ot- 3 God ot war. 33 Emanation. pearl. 4 Egyptian river 34' Memorized 53 Saxhorn. 5 Boneset, roles. 55 Eagle's nest. 6 Enamels. •.-» 36 Essay. 57 Meadow. 7 Law. 38Each (abbr.). 5S Feebler. S Measure ot 40 Sun. 59 The invention cloth. 42 Wrath. in modern 9 South America. 43 Per. form is cred- 12 The print- rd as early as 50 B. C. 15 The Inventor of modern printing was born In . 17 To admit. 20 Head covering. 22 To affirm. 2,'! Genuine. 25 God ot love. 27 Arrived. 29 Cantaloupe. 30 Like. 31 Neuter ' pronoun. 32 Red pepper. 35 Male cat. j 37 Before. 39 Goodby. 41 Pacemaker. 43 Confused mixture ot voices. 45 Great deal. 47 Valley. . -IS To boast. 49 Insensible. 50 Tatter. 51 Cravat. 53 Japanese flshi 54 Form ot "be." 56 Half an em. 55 Pound. BodcawNo.l Mr. and Mrs. Paul McConnell have returned to their home in San Francisco after a visit with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claud McConnell of this place. Several from this place have been attending the meeting at Shover. The kitchen shower which was given Friday in honor of Mrs. Troy Green lee, a recent bride, at the home of her WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. H. M. Stephens Plaintiff vs. Oda Hollomon, et al Defendants The defendants Magnalene Coker, Carrie Hollomon Russell, Lily Cowit, Lois Hollomon Dorrah and Lola Hol- Inmon are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk ot said court on this 21st day of luly 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. July 21-28, Aug. 4-11. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy III in the Hope Star Market Place Betnember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o Vae consecutive Insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. $2.78 (Average 5Vi words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before lha first publication, Phone 768 mother, Mrs. R. P. Fuller, was well attended and enjoyed by everyone. Refreshments were served on the lawn and the honoree received a wonderful .ot of useful gifts. Mrs. Edgar Downs of Bodcaw No. 2 spent Tuesday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mitchell of this place. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fuller and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.) J. A. Collier of near Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Greenlee of Hope spent Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fuller. Mrs. Greenlee will spend a few days with her mother who is sick. Miss Sula Mitchell spent the week end with her sister, Mrs .Joe England of near Hope. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bailey and daughter and Mrs. S. L. Fuller spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fuller. C. C. Stafford spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Martin. Mrs. Minda Fuller spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Bailey. TENNIS RACKETS restruung. All work guaranteed. Call us for a free estimate. Phone 501. 28-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE GRAPES for sale, $1 per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C. Johnston. 26-3tp. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-261, jBest Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. WANTED Shutters. Phone 15. 3t dh. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the undersigned as Special Master of the District Court of the United States for the Texarkana Division of the Western District of Arkansas, acting under and by virtue of the authority of a certain decree rendered by th!j court on the 26th day of June, 1934, in a cause pending wherein The Buckeye Cotton Oil Company is the complainant and J. P. Robins, Administrator of the Estate of A. J. Robins, deceased, J. P. Robins, Ava Crenshaw, E. U. Robins, Exie Goodlett, Lillian Robins, Nora Carrigan and Harrie L. Robins are the defendants, will on the 25th day of August. 1934, betv/een the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. at the front door of the courthouse in Washington, county seat of Hempstead County, Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas to-wit: All of Block Ten (10), Town of Ozan, Hempstead County, Arkansas, being situated in Section Thirty C30), Township Ten (10) South. Range Twenty-five (25) West, together with the following personal property: One 3-80 saw Gullett Gin and a Fairbanks-Morse Engine, all buildings, machinery and improvements. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute a bond with surety thereon to be approved by the Master and a lien on said property shall he retained to secure the payment of the bond thus given for the purchase money bid at such sale. Said sale is to be made for the purpose of satisfying the judgment in the above entitled cause and is made subject to the confirmation of the court. ' BERT B. LAREY, Special Master. July 21-23; Aug. 4-11. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson 'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 .SOc OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY FANCY YOU HkVE NOW, THRU MEANS OF THE "BACK YART5 CLOTHESLINE L» ~vf*r i TELEGRAPH SYSTEM ,THAT 1 $!Tc&r HAVE QUITE A BIT OF MONEY , FROM THE SALE OF fAY GOLD rV\\NE! \YL •YAS,lNt>E.ED-A FORTUNE/' / ( 7 •_ v Xv . FIRST ^OVE W\LLBETO LEAVE TH\S NEIGHBORHOOD — VT HAS "BECOME 6?UrTE SHODDY.' N —YAS—THEN I MUST AKE A JAUNT 1NA 60INGTO6ET OUT OF THV-S NEIGHBORHOOD J NO L\VIN<i \N IT,NOW,WVTHTV\KT HOT AIR STACV^ H^ING A FEW THOUS/CNO/ BUT HE WObfT {_ HAVE IT LONG -THEY'LL HIM LIKE ___^ By WILLIAMS .^.*-IT'S'TH' W NO-NO' A HE AlN'f~\ A NO, BUT AFTER"HB¥~\"~" BULLO'TH WOODS,\ NEVER HIT 1 YGOT TIME \/ SAPE, HE'LL THINK \ • • ' '/s. O/-ICTC \AM-nJ I ^~ * '..' U A i i-r-ri t= AKI» ci/c/=r^r-> \ ALL RIGHT. HE'S BEEN TO A PARTV ER SUMPN- HE'S GOT OSIB OF THEM TUXEDOS ON— HE'S JUS' DROPPlN A BOSS WITH -Trl RC A TOMATO/ TO 8E EVEN IF YOU ARK SAVIN 1 HIS LIFE, PARTICULAR A UTTLE, AN' FIGGER \ YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE \ ABOUT WHUT/ OF A LIFE-TIME AMBITION- HE'D NEVER SAVES 'IM, HAS HE ' NO.' HIT HIM WITH A /: PIECE OF I RON-ANYTHING/' &UT A TOMATO. /-, •)„....,,— ~* ^iH -"l . OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ain't Love Funny! ASOOT S IN WOR.V.O VOU'O ^ r M am u 5, r/>T, oi r. By MARTIN OONW A<50OT VVtR , 00 AKiO ,\T UA6KJT MAOt A VOO OOt^'T V\K\t We. ? VOO AW6tV.V. "Burv-BOT. \Y& AW <aoOT^> '. I CAVA-^O A\ YW3 GO\ Y\W GOT OV fctO AY "\ TO ^tVV. V VOO R NOW, ALLEY OOP And the Navy, Too! HEV, VER AAAJE<3TW-/ ^ ^ } ALLEV OOP S£NT ^ ; f/\ f ) ME FOP. TH' AKV\V/ /,lAP* UP ^'iJn C I OUNNO, WNG-X VEAH- ^ ANVTHING \5 ( I GUESS POSSIBLE IN ( VOU'RE RI6HT.' "TL 11C. /^O /S.~J ». J .1 By HAMLIN ,1 >• CRA7.V I'LL SEE GO TELL K\NG GUZ T'SENO OUT TH- ARfAV, QUICK/ DINNV'S UP IN A TREE AM 1 CAN'T G>T DOWN/ I HAVE SOME HELP'/A DINOSAUR I GUESS "X AAAVBE DINNV ^ IS UP IN A TREE,S AFTER ALL f ) in>^3 V-HMi-Y f "-., I L.U OCC. . ,t PLACE t } ( ABOUT IT/ i '~-> ' .' V ,- UP IN A TREE? , , THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE !) ' / UP IN A TREE AVJ, VER CRAZV//--- V.TRVIN' TO-, GIVE (JSr j HOU COULD WASH TUBES By CRANE f/ DO vou MIMD IF \l BAH.' IT'T A r>-i "' W^ LOOK AROUND / BUT CiO AH MR. BOARDMAW? / AHEAD.' oeoy WOTTA MANSION/ VEAH. PAID^47O.OOO FOR It7 /^OT A COUPLE HUNNE.RD ', V/ASH, THIS FELLA MUST> THAT'S A REMBRANC>T Tvn 7| 11 n \i i rvn J f-* fx«ii-nj".*-w^i-r i / LIKE AM APTT \ ISN'T IT/ MR. BOARDMAN? . MASTERS UPIM THH ATTIC TOO FAT, THO. GOlMG JUMK— NOTHING BUT JUMk. , . TO HIRE JOHN LA GATTA TO SLftP MUSEliM— IASSIER. WO SEX APPEAL. AMV TINE YOU WANT TWO OR THREE, LET ME KMO\V OOME SEX APPEAL OM 'ER. SlMK VX1R FEET IMTO THESE ORIENTALS, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Nutty Isn't Too Anxious! By BLOSSER To MORROW .BEFORE SUNRISE, WE LEAVE CAMP AMD PORTAGE OVER THE FLATS...THEN WE'LL MAKE CAMP, CACHE OUR CAKJOE, LOOK FOR CAME .' ', IF WE RUN /XCfJOSS ANYTHING WITH CLAWS, 1 HOPE WE SEE IT BEFORE / IT SEES US' LOOK AT THE STARS! BOY, THEY SURE ARE DOING THEIR BEST TONIGHT it CAN ALMOST THAT I CHARLIE, DO YOU THINK YOU CAW SHOW ME SOME BEAR TRACKS TO MORROW? GEE, THAT'S SWELL , CHARLIE GUARANTEE WHO SAID ANYTHING ABOUT ANYTHING BU" SHOW Y EFOR MORROW Inside Dope Gathered Outside! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) By COWAN THAT MIJ C ,T FtOPte. WHO (MOVING IHTO THEV seen FER •50MCTHING VCP,THAT'S WHERE THEY'RE THE PEOR.E MOVED THEIR F URNITURE. INTO THE OLD ANDREWS HOUSE /GR\ef| T'D^.SHE'S A MUSICIAN, MJt) THEY/ I I HAVE A, BABY-THEY GOT A BOAT- / THOUGH! SHE'S VERY LITERARY /\ND HAS/ HO ONE TWO DOXEN HATS'. ^/KNEW UP TOWAPDS TlC

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