Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 11, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR HOJf £ 81 AH, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday,; August. 1.1,1954 Tl«6re are 140 pounds of nitrogen in tme 6h of cotton seed meal U is said by chemists. , Carl E. Bailey Winning in a Clean Campaign for Attorney General My Opponent Is Seeking a Sixth Term What is there in his record to justify such an unprecedented demand? Kotation in office is a fundamental of Democratic government. My opponent has been able to perpetuate himself in office heretofore by the old political device of dividing the opposition and buying with more than a million dollars of public funds enough influence to muster a 1 bare plurality, when a majority disapproved of his record. This 'time it takes more than half the votes to elect him. Bailey Rally City Park, Little Rock 8 to 9 P. M. Saturday, August 11 Tune in KLBA P. S. Two years ago out of 4,710 •paid poll taxes in this county, Norwood received only 737 votes. Of the entire state vote he received only 34.7%. Draw your own conclusion! Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Market Place Benwmber, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min, 30o Vat consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 Ikies in one ad. - 3 times, Gc line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min, 80c 26 times, 3VaC line, min. $2.79 (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 publi- catioBi Phone 768 STUDENTS interested in making up High School Work call Glenn J. Durham, Phone 213-W. 8-3t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat, Co. FOR RENT FOB RENT—Five room apartment In my home, vacant now. J. A. Sullivan. 4-7tp FOR RENT—Five room house, furnished, modern, convenient. Call this office.. 8-3tp FOR RENT—Five room apartment, furnished, garage; in rny residence. J. A. Sullivan. ll-7tp FOR SALE FOR SALE— Gun Shop, Piano and Victrola. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 West Sixth Street. 7-6t FOR SALE — Young Jersey cow with threS'dnonths-old heifer calf. Reason-' able.' Phone 180. 6-3tp. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-261. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE-- Traitor, 5 ton Nahors unit 34x7 Duals— 16 foot Stikr: Bed •With Ridge Pole and Tarpaulin. Call 22. Thompson Bros. 4-3t f — — Used cara bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t, ' Wall Paper— Hope BJdg. Mat. CoT NOTICE NOTICE—We have moved to Hope Fruit Co., Ill South Main Street. Bring your crearn, eggs, and poultry to our new place. Thanks. J. D. 3-2tp Franchise Tax Is Extended a Month Governor Gives Business Firms Until 10th of Next Month / OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS LITTLE ROCK—(XP)—Governor Futrell Saturday proclaimed an extension of the time for the payment of franchise taxes without penalty. He asked that no pesalty be charged upto September 10 on unpaid franchise taxes, which under the law were due August 10—Friday. BANDINGS Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. few Orleans 30 12 .714 haltanooga 21 16 .568 Nashville 20 20 .500 Oioxvillc 19 19 .500 Memphis 21 23 .477 Jirmingham 18 23 .439 Ulanta 18 25 .419 ittle Rock \ 15 24 .385 National League Clubs— Won Lost New York 69 Chicago 64 St. Louis 61 Boston 54 Pittsburgh 50 Brooklyn 4.'; Philadelphia 43 Cincinnati 36 39 42 44 53 53 59 63 69 American League Cluhs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 69 New York 65 leveland 57 ioston 56 Washington 49 St. Louis 45 hiladelphia 40 Chicago 37 37 39 47 52 56 56 61 70 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Southern. Assocation Little Rock-Knoxville, off day. Chattanooga 5, Memphis 4. Atlanta 3-0, Birmingham 1-3. New Orleans 4, Nashville 3. National League New York 6, Boston 3. Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 3. Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 17, Chicago 3. American League St. Louiss 8, Chicago 2. Detroit 6, Cleveland 5 (11 inniings). Philadelphia 8, Washington 6. New York 10, Boston 3. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That le undersigned as Special Master of he District Court of the United States or the Texarkana Division of the Western District of Arkansas, acting under and by virtue of the authority f a certain decree rendered by thia ourt on the 26th day of June, 1934, i a cause pending wherein The Buckeye Cotton Oil Company is the omplainant and J. P. Robins, Administrator of the Estate of A. J. lobins, deceased, J. P. Robins, Ava ^renshaw, E. U. Robins, Exie Good- ett, Lillian Robins, Nora Carrigan nd Harrie L. Robins are the defend- nts, will on the 25th day of August, 934, between the hours of 9 a. m. and p. m. at the front door of the court- louse in Washington, county seat of Hempstead County, Arkansas, offer or sale to the highest bidder the fol- owing described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, o-wit: All of Block Ten (10), Town of Ozan, Hempstead County, Arkansas, being situated in Section Thirty (30), 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 be 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 21-28; Aug. 4-11. WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. H. M. Stephens Plaintiff vs. Oda Hollornon, et al Defendants The defendants Magnalene Coker, Carrie Hollomon Russell, Lily Cowit, Lois Hollomon Dorrah and Lola Hollomon 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 of said court on this 21st day of July, 1934. <Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. July 21-28, Aug. 4-11. Bigger Than Ever! Rexall Factory to You SALE Profits sacrificed to make more friends. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Hope. Ark. . Established 1885 eIson "Nucleiiis LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered ....SOc PHONE 8 I CANT TELL WHAT V I'M SuRPR.1 SED -tLV. BE ON TVA <=>OING UP TO £TO LOOKOUT FOR As -&OTTLE LAV^E WOOLSOK^i OP ANCHOVIES A VACATION /-v-UNV rLL^TUlNK OF YOJ \SJ THE SWELTERING/^^w WELUSO LONG, ^ CITY, WHEN I NA S\PP\NG A COOL. M^oPLtT SEND ^t m 3ULE.P, WH\LE VACHT\NG WITVA MY OLD |f A SN^SVAOT OF vfeELP FRIEND) ANDREW THATCHER rAONTA6UE, ^ A SNAPSHOT OF V&tLF THE E6AD, I tAt^f SENt) YOU A CATCH OF TEN-POUND BASS AND PICWE TH 1 OTHER PARTY IS ASKW HIM, BUT I POSITIVELY KNOW WHAT HE AIN'T HIM- HE AIN' PER A RAISE, ER TO GET OFF PERTH 1 BALL — AM'— WELL- SEVERAL OTHER THINGS OFFICE IS " NO" MAN'S LAMP. TH IN THf TOWN TROUGH / __ T. M nco u s. PAT. orr.v></_ -.CJ 1934 OY NCA SERVICE. INC V~ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A One-Dinosaur Tornado! A-A/XAA.H , SMUOUP P t¥3< PT HtA StRVtCC, Wt, T M. P£r. U 5 PIT. Off ALLEY OOP A Case of Nerves! By HAMLIN ALL RIGHT, OINNV — NOVJ, LET'S GO FIND ALLEY OOP/ COME ON, DINNV — QUIT STALLING f TAKE NVE TO ALLEV, . \ SA\O HEAVENS x VJHAT ON O L •(•.• • • r •', •* v*yav"'* 1 ** ViV-'-^v'vN' ,\^ ^..^ '-^ : <-^ > \\\ N 'l\t <&; <-"'"> WASH TUBES Easy Sees Red! By CRANE 0 SEE HERE, MR. BOARDMflKJ, WE WERE 6OINJc5\ WELL, TO ROLJ6H IT IN THE WOODS, AMD HERE VOtl'Re) OF IT? TAKIM6 ALOKIS * OKIE O 1 THESE PAYS/ A OH HO/ GETTIM' POPMER/ I'M 6OIM<3 SORE A'READV. EH? TO POMCH THAT FELLA'S /OBOV» VOU'RE TH 1 NOSE. ___— / 80ZO WHO WAS GUWMA. EMJOV A VACATION), FREE. _ BLAZKj DON'T <3ET THIS YOU LISTEN TO ME, BE A SOR1E. STRAIGHT, VOUMS WH/PPER-SNAPPER. REFRIQERATORS ; WHAT OFIT? THPT'S MO WAY MV WANE IS MISTER BOARD- WE' — MAKJ — ANDVOU'LL DO AS SAV, oROETOUT/ VALETS, AND— TO CAMP OUT. A MV OWN AFFAIRS? S:^^^ r\i>> 3 r it REG ti. s. PAT. orr. n34 BY HE* SERVICE, |NC By BLOSSER FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Scoundrel! THAT'S 7WE/R CAMF> ALL RIGHT.. I'M GLAD I FOUND WHERE THAT INJUN CACHED A LOT OF HIS THINGS...THIS BOW AND THESE ARROWS'LL COME IN HANDY! JACQUES BATE3ESE ) ALWAYS PAYS ms ) PEBTG '.' ' WELL,THEN, WHILE YOU'RE BUSY SAYIMCJ NOTMIkia / HOWS ABOUT HA»,T SHOWED HAVE^D 1 "'^' 0 VVWOLWT SLAPPING THIS TROUT , LYING, WOULDN'T CHARLIE .NOTWIKIG !•' IN "THE FACE WITH ON A ROCK OVER LOOKING THE __ THEFANGLES The Jitters! By COWAN NO ONE. ELSE BUT A _HUT WOULD STEAL THE FlEC CHIEF'S RED / GANGSTEO FLANNEL UMDEPWEAR. KIND OF \< 9 BECAUSE: HE: STOLE THE ^ COMSTA-BLEl'S BKDGC SO HE COULD AN OFFICER, AND HE. MVTCHED THE KE-VS TO THE! JA\L =-O,\F THEV CAUGHT HIM, HE COULD WALK RIGHT CHJT AGAVN THA PCOPLE TOY/tl HW/E BEEM 1HINGS, HP.S THE EDGE WHAT WOULD A YEGG WANT WITH A OUDGL'S GAVEL,OQ A BABY'S BOTTLE. 9 _ S^^L 1 ! COfJSTAELL-. THE PUN -/"BODY HA<S THE \ TELL V<IDLO? (SGlViltG THE

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