Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 29, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR HUi'E fcTAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, 'August 29, 1934 Bigger Than Ever Result Factory to You SALE Profits sacrificed to make more friends. JOHNS, GIBSON Drug Company "The BEXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1835 NOTICE! I have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Fruit Co. Store building. AU Work Guaranteed J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Phone 667. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street Ladi ies, We have installed a new patented machine that sews on soles. Old fashioned tacks no longer necessary. No advance in prices. Give us a trial. All Work Guaranteed Theo P. Witt Shoe Repair Shop 210 South Alain N. Y. Veteran Is G. A. R. Head Sell IU Find It! Rent Itl Buy Itl in the Hope Star Market Place Kemembcr, the more you (eQ. the quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o l*or consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c . 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3V4c line, min. $2.TI (Average 5V& words to the line) NOTE— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, be/ors tha first publi- Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. WILL PAY 8 and 9c for hens, 12c for Fryers. T. P. Beard, next to Hope Feed Store. 29-3t FOR RENT FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, private bath, private entrance and garage. Phone 235, 3 tc. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, iorn rooms, bath and garage. Dorsey McRae. Phone 75. 28-3tp. FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. FOR SALE Used parts for all cars, P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co, FOR SALE—120 acres on Hope and Blcvins pike, 2 miles north of city limits. Good house. Fine water. Place is fenced and cross-fenced. Two barns full of feed, 19 head of cattle, 5 hogs, 3 mules, all farm implements. Price 54100. Take ?1500 cash to handle, balance on long time. An ideal home. Well located all equipped. BRIDEWELL & TYLER, HOPE, ARK. 23-3tc. Chosen to head the G. A. R. at the iiunua) encampment in Rochester. N. Y., Col. Alfred E. Stacy of Klbridge, N. Y., is shown here after hta election. The new national commantier succeeds Kua- sell C. Martin. Ozan Mrs. Will Matthews of Ashdown spent the past week end with her sister, Mrs. Johnnie Carrigan. Mrs. Grace Green was shopping in Hope Friday. Misses Catherine and Susie Stuart of Beaumont, Texas are the guests of relatives here. Miss Johnnie Stinson. of Ashdown spent the wck end with her sister, Mrs. E. Haselman, Mr. and Mrs. E. Haselman and daughter, Jeanette, were visistors in Arkadelphia Monday. Mrs. Irene Moore of Arkadelphia has returned home after a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. J. Robins. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Smith of Nash ville were the guests of relatives here Sunday. Misses Charlene Crane and Rutha Mouser of Hope were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crane the past week end. Mrs. W. F. Robins, Mrs. Bell Robins, Misses Jettie Curtiss and Lillian Robins attended the singing at the city hall in Hope Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carrigan were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Gray Carrigan in Washingotn Friday night. Dr. and Mrs. Roland Robins and baby of Texarkana were visitors here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hues and little daughter of Benton are the guests of Mrs. Chlora Citty. Miss Cornelia Citty was shopping in Hope Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lauke of Pharr, Texas, are the guests of Mrs. Chlora Citty. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robins were Sunday guests of Mrs. Robins' parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harper in Hope. Dr. and Mrs. Ruel Robins and children were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Robins Sunday. Imon Norwood, Bernard and Truett Webb wcer visitors in Hope Sunday. Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-261. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE: Set of Abstract Books covering Hempstead County Lands. Write or see L. F. Monroe or W. H. Etter Jr., Washington, Ark. FOR SALE— Shelling pony. Telephone 329. 28-3tp FOR SALE: Standard hauling wagon for cash. Kemp Ca.sey, 801 South Main. 3tc. FOR SALE Oil TRADE—Pair of mules and 3 fresh cows. Will trade foi dry cattle. G. L. Johnson. Rt. 3. 29-6t LOST LOST—Between Oeo. Williams store and A. G. Martin's a grip of women's clothes. Reward of ?3.00 to the finder. Ellis Williams. NOTICE NOTICE— Misplaced two packages of baby clothing and lady's wear, pair men's shoes. Return Hope Star. 27-.">lp WANTED WANTED: Wardrobe or Steamer Trunk. Call 265-J. 28-31 WANTED TO BUY: Good young Jersey milk cow, cheap. Floyd Crunk. 29-3tp. * SALE •> COOL Summer Wash Dresses $1.98 Ladies Specialty Shop "Kxcusive But Not ExDensive" Do you GAMBLE Mi II;ivi; ynii ever cut. (jut of lino of traffic? (If so your diiinces of luivini; un accident ;iro multiplied hy 50.) (2) Hiivc you ever rli'ivcn over 10 miles an hour? i/f .so your cliiiucc'S of having an uccidcul arc multiplied hy 25.) (3) Hyve you ever parsed uiiothcr car nn » cui'vc'.' (If so your cliHuccs of having ;di itcuidu-nt are multiplied by 21J (4> Have you ever passed iinullvur car going ujj u hill'.' I If so your chances of having an accident are multiplied by 10.) fn) Have you ever failed to signal a turn or stop? (If so your chances of having an accident arc multiplied hy o.) ROY ANDERSON t CO. oMPiiTi INSURANCE ttwice Phone 8!O Hope,/Arkansas elson'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY ByWILUAMS <30OD GOSH —THAT \ CAR JUST COME OUT r>f= TH' FARM WHERE , WE SWIPED TH 1 APPLE'S-/ YOU WATCH WHUT 1 TELL YOU-HE'S JUST DUMB ENOUGH TO GIT THAT FARMER TO DELIVER THEM APPLES VERES ONE AH N ^^^e \s "LAST WALTZ, JASON .WHEN WE OUT 1? TO THE OTY.TO BUY A tf fj ^ *£•- "" v-t -^ WOUND UP, HE CAN H\S vJOCKtY /WAKE IT TWO THE HOOPLE COLORS WILL BE THE SAME A«9 MY AS -ROYAL BLUE GO '•ROUN'D TH H1TTET5 HOQPLE THE MIRACLE WORKER. What Now, My Little Man! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A && VT — VER "bCAUtO 0V WHOP* .CAUACCAOH, —-UWLAX V. VOCH% OM M\Nio , m' \ ALLEY OOP Nothing Little About Dinny's Gift! NC» srnvict INC. T " nto u .«. r*i off ) By HAMLIN I APPRECIATE YOUR GOOD TASTE, IN SELECTING A GIFT TO CHEER ME UP, ITTY SAURY, BUT I THINK YOU SHOWED VERY LITTLE TACT IN PRESENTING IT TO ME IN FRONT OF DINNY. HE LOOKED TERRIBLY INSULTED, AND I'M SURE HE WAS ANORY WHEN HE LEFT HERE. ' MAYBE HE IVASNT SO VEEY MAO, APTER. ALL - WASH TUBES Very Encouraging OUTJ Y'WELL, WELL/ THAT BEIKIG THt \SURE_, rT'S ONLY\ i YOU'RE / C/= * 5E / PODNER, WE'LL LET MR, 12 MILES—Ju^r ! trioto / I BOARDMAKJ PIMD HIS oww WAV IA MICE HIKE AW FIRED &°P°ttr^:^ (*) 1934 BY NCA GEHVICE. (NC. T. M. REG. l>. S. MT. HE MIGHT CaET LOST THRU THAT TgRRiBLE SWAMP, j THO. 00 YOUTHIfJX HE'C OH, HE WOULDN'T MIND THAT. HE THAT'S TRUE. AWO INCASE HE DOES SURE ONLY HE'S) WELL, so LOMG, SPORT. WATCH CUT FOR\ ~> PAoViriJI AR /THE WILDCATS. AMP IP VOU HAPPEN TO, SO PARTICULAR /THE EATIM', AMywAvy^CAKi ALWAYS ^ L y\; ~ NEA SERVict.lNC. T. M. BEfi. U.> C/>T. OFF FRECKLES AND_HIS FRIENDS HELLO, CHARLIE....I S7HELLO, EteNSOW...YoU'D BETTER SAW BATEESE TIED UP, ) TAkE HIM WITH YOU... HIS ,AMP WONDERED / MOTHER NEVER TAUGHT HIM WHY ? ^S~< r S MOT TO PLAY WITW MATCHES .' The End of the Trail! By BLOSSER V"^\/l-:--'>^X I DIDN'T DIDN'T YOU SET THEM \ 5 TA sjD UP OH WOODS OM J -^AT cLipp AKID FIRE.... I < SHOOT A WAS FOUR *v FLAMINC MILES AWAY ^ ARROW "? WHEN IT HAPPENED 11 THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) One Way to Get'Em! ...AMD WASW'T IT COVERED WITH BURM ING TAR •2 THAT'S AIL I WAMTED TO KNOW.' I KNEW IF I LED YOU ON, YOU'D TRIP YOURSELF.,. TAKE HIM AWAY/ BENSON .',' COME ON WITH ME, LITTLE ORCHIP...BACK TO THE HOTHOUSE.,, AND WHEN YOU GET OUT FROM WHERE YOU'RE GOIMG, THEY'LL Be. RAISING OF?AMCes IN ALASKA .'.' M I, » irri^^-. •=•- -7 i ('7 " ;'' I / *-(.'W.f. . \'.. /'•.-, •' <\ / - r i ',' /•/ <;.,' ; f .'1 nff. tj •. PM or ^^ By COWAN -AMD ALL \ THAT OL.t) / BUNK / v. / WELL, I'LL TRVTO GE.T YOUP P\CTURE Oil THE FPOHT PAGC, WITH STORY TELLING WHAT A t»G ,mVlOSOMC,CL,EVe.R F-ELUOW YOU i.fsMD WHW K GUEAT UPS. YAM SY/A.HKTOU TOL-D \YEAH? WELL, IF VOU'LL GIVE THVS STOQY ANT) PEPMlSSKM IV I VT « MY WIFt: TVIKV THE tCTCCTtVE I HC HEVEW VM?ED WMOVJS WHO THE THIEF IS.THAT'S B\G MEWS.Oltl. ) V/ODK OH BUT I'LL BtT YOU'LL UD/EQ GET A 'bTOQY OUTK HiH K •*

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