Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 12, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1934
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POUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, September^, Father of Schools MOIUZOXTAb 1 ${1 Who was i tailed the father o( American pul>- i. Ha schools? 11 Always. 13 Grinding tooth. 14 English title. 16 Ventilating machine. 39 Genus of meadow grasses. 20 Upon. 31 Southeast. 22 Pound. 24 Corpse. 25 Part of a drama. 26 To dine. 2S Watered silk. 29 Fragrant oleoresiu. 39 Blemish. 31 Pigsty. 32 Railroad. 34 Spendthrifts. 39 Postscript. 40 And. 42 Organ of hearing. 43 To be indebted. 44 Measure oC area. Answer to Previous I'uzzlo 45 Father or mother 4S Conditional deed, delivered to a third person. 51 Aside. 5- Lawyer's rharse. r.i Side of'a hill. 55 Marries. 56 He was secretary of the Massachusetts of education. 5S Last word of a prayer. 59 Short jacket. 60 He helped to establish the first —— school in the r. s. VKKTICAI, 1 He was a in slavery and education. 2 Female fowl. 3 Kither. •1 Form of "be." 5 Company- C Deity. 7 Mister. S Northeast. 0 To doze. 10 Uia reports have become • in educational literature. 12 Mover's truck 15 Eggs of fishes. 17 That which deters. IS Having no sleep. 21 Fragment. 23 Bundles. 25 Intention. 33 Harvesting machine. "5 Grain. 36 Doctor. 37 To depart. 38 Reverence. 39 To impel forward. 41 To exchange. •It Odor. -15 Cat's foot. 4S Gaelic. 47 Tiny vegetable. 49 Bivalve mol- Insk. 50 Tu in or. 5:i Because. 53 Eagle. 56 To exist. 57 To accomplish. 3O £9 ^ Tokio Mrs. W. J. Stuart and little daughter of Highland visited relatives here Sunday. ... '•"'Mrs. A. C. Holt returned home on Wednesday after an extende dvisit at Silshie and Beaumont, Texas. Sell It! Find It! Rent Itl Buy Iti in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the mure you tell. Uw quicker you sell. 1 time, IDc line, min. 30c for consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 linea in one ad . 3 times, 6c line, min, 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 9%: 26 times, 3Msc line, min. $2.7t (Average 5V£ words to the line) NOTE1—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bOl is payable on presentation of statement, before tha first pubii- catioa, Phone 768 Groceries are getting higher—but cooked groceries are the same at the Checkered Cafe. 2 meals a day for 2—530 a month. 7-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOIl RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone XJ1. Nicely furnished four-room ap;ir- inent. 423 South M;iin. 12-;itp. FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE—Piano, Victrola and Gun Shop. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 West Sixth Street, Hope, Ark. 10-6tp BARGAINS IN USED CARS~ P. A. Lewis Motor Co. R. C. Stuart of Columbus was a business visitor here Thursday. R. A. Sanford was a business visitor to Nashville Friday. V. A. McLaughlin and William Threat were business visitors to Texarkana Thursday. R. A. Samuel and J. H. Coker were in-' Hope Thursday on business. A. C. Holt was a business visitor to Ashdown Wednesday night. Miss Kathryn Holt was shopping in Nashville Friday. A. B. Woods, Lester Stuart and T.L. Sani'ord were in Nashville Friday on business. J. S. Harris and Quinton Sanford were Hope visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sanford of Bingen visited relativexs here Sunday. Rev. E. B. Adcock of Bingen filled his regular appointment at Sweet Home Sunday. Mr. and !V|rs. Robert Blackwoocl and Mrs. L. A. Stuart were trading in Nashville Saturday. The Rev. Mr. Mason of Arkadelphia filled his appointment at Tokio ba urday night and Sunday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Htggins (Newlyweds) and gave them a shower 01 useful gifts Friday night. They sang and played games and enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. and Mrs. Bye Stuart and son Jack visited Murfrecsboro Sunday. A process for making industrial alcohol from natural gas waste has been developed in Canada. SCHOOL SUPPLIES We h:ivr carrifjd ii i-oniplclt- line of Srlujol Supplies iincl School Boolis, for 19 years. foiiiilnin Pens, H..nU Sul'.-hcls, Inks, Table-Is, Pencils ,elc, JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE—Five room furnished home. All improvements, 1018 East Second street. $1,000. 12-.')t USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. WANTED WANTED—A good piano cheap for church. Cash consideration. Sco Claude Taylor at Boswcll's Grocery store. 8-3t-p WANTED—Refined couple or two gentlemen to bhare home v/ith middle aged coupie. References exchanged. 505 South Walnut. 8-3t WANTED—Responsible party dt- sires to rent automobile trailer for several days. Call 768 or 405-J. 10-6t WANTED—Furnished two or three room apartment. Write Postoffice Box 98. 10-.'Jt[j NOTICE NOTICE— have inovod my hat shop to "Cotton Row" between the Postoffice ajid railroad. Men's lial.; t.-1'.-aJi- ed and blocked 75c. Kxlru go(jd.gr<«Jc reblocked hat for sale 'J3c and $1.00. Look tor the sign: Stack's Hal Shop, South Walnut street. 5-Ct New Coats Just received complete line of new winter .Sport Coats. Popular prices. a (I i e s Specialty Shop "fc'xcusive Bui Not Kxpeiiblve" NOTICE We have moved out htu'Jio to 21) South Walnut sired, nt-xt door to .lie Hope Star. The Shipley Studio. 11-> NOTICE- - See Airs. Ralph Kouu.n for '.^iojia, i-hout IJi-W. ii-'J'p Modern cars, modern dress —why not modern furniture Mope Furniture (Jo. Five OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS YEW, DOPE r—YOUVE-ftttN iKi ^^^ EGADp-t USEl> TO ig COURT SO rAkMYTME-S.TW 0 j^^l PEUAN^BLiLK-TE YOU VJ OAVEL RAPS A<3A\NST YOU t^J? AT2OUND WHEN YOli " WOULD DP>\YET2,A\L SP\KES \N T WEP^ A-TOT,— AKSD A DOUBLE TRACK FROfA SCRANTON ) \ ONE DAY I WAS TO "DENVER;—-"BUT YOU ,A\N T l\ nFTlNCb YOU UP TO C-.OT TM" COLLA'R-TJRACb INTO COURT J SEE YOUR'REPLEC'HON VET TOR SWlNTJUNCj/BUT YOU'RE / IN RIPE POR |T/-*-l CbOT A LAWYER JV HORSE- WORKING OVER TM' GOLD rAlNE V/—AND YOU SUPPED <SYP YOU PANNED< L -AND "FELL ON AAE ON / VOUR -.. >- ,^- j --f>* &* #: •AND IVE OPTEN WONDERED- V/v\ > I BY NC4 SERVICE I WVi C C30IM6 THRU WITH IT f'/i i PAT orr. REMEMBER, NOW—1 RUN A BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP AM' X DON'T KWOW A THING ABOUT A. AUTOMOBILE BUT I'LL TACKLE "->»iut., SOMEBODY SHOULD THAT BUSINESS 1 UP—THERE'S TUJO AUTOMOBILES IN /-> TOtOM .RIGHT NOW. / J> THIRTY VEA'RS TOD SC BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Something Else to Worry About! MARTIN Ort.NOVAl—VT IfeN'T SO ' CVOOi BfcCW AKi HOUR. MW<t NT A; S\t tWRXNtU '.1' \T ALLEY OOP Guerilla Warfare! By HAMLIN I TOLDJA YOU WAS FULLA BANANA SKINS/ HERE WE'VE BEEN TRAMPIN' THROUGH THIS JUNGLE ALL DAY, NOTHIN'S HAPPENED YET/ / MEBBE \>\ THEY WERE TOO SCARED I YOU'RE </;{, JUMPIN'THIS 4\ RIGHT- |jv,, AGAIN/ ,^flkFClI_. Mi, m SAY, LISSEN.YOU MOOVIAN MU6/S AW.YOU LEMIANS C'MON, LEfe 6)T GOIN 1 / )OH,ALL WE CAN'T WASTE ANY MORE TIME JGIVE ME A PAIN/ WE STILL GOTTA LONO / RIGHT- LOOKIN FOR THOSE GUYS// / I TELL YA, THOSE WAYS TO GO FORE J BUT, JUST KINO TUNK'LL CLOUD UP AN' yGUYS'LL BE RIGHT RAIN ON US, IF WE FALL ^s ON OUR NECKS DOWN ON THIS JOB/_- WHEN WE LEAST EXPECT THEM/ WASH TUBBS Cause for Laughter! By CRANE HELLO! KERB'S W BA8VCUB! WHOOPED ( NO, NO/ IT WAS A ^-^-^ ___ . __ DIDN'T BEARS VA PULL I WON'T PORCUPINE.THIS TIME BEAR, PODNE-R-iVEOW/ SO THAT'S TH'VICIOUS A BABY CUB. /—^A. MONSTER THAT ATTACKED Ol D BOARDMAW. HAW-HAW-HW! TAIL? / HURT Vt>U, i'l T-Ljl* / W,-i. . ir-Myv-r- TH 1 / YOU IDIOT AW, DOH'T A sissy/ '.'MOM DOWM,' © 1934 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. HEG. U. S. PAT. OfF FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Happiness! By BLOSSER „ YS..,. s> MAYBE IT'S BOUND To! ALL Triisik "S we HAVE: TO DO is IT'LL WORK, \ DAM ~W |S FORK IN BOY. 1 THEN 1 BET MR BARROWS I IT MIGHT :/ / TWAT OYMAMITS CERTAIWLY \ DID THE TRICK ! BUT DON'T I WONDER ASK ME! LAST YEAR, MONEY Moi-lEY WILL BUY Hov/ IT AT THIS TIME, AMD I'M KIDDING VOU, I CAN'T BUY J AM AUTOMOBILE GET TOO CLOSE. ..THOSE ARE BIG, AHD'THEY'LL ROLLING FOR SOME TIME Y6T // CHARL/e I 7WE RIVER. AND STOP WILL GIVE / MAKE ALL DIDN'T HAVE A WICKEL HAPPI- IH WHICH A FELLA THE FLOW DOWW THE CANYON ,' MY POCKET...AND NOW I HAVH A NICKEL IM MY POCKET .'.' HESS.'.' / CAN Co SEARCH/' ING FOR US A SLICE I OF U'J OF HIS 4. RICH ,'.' GOLD MINE! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Good Advice! By COWAN -VHC CONSTA-BUft'S HE GOK OUT A] WHKf O\GKT HAVE T'Cf-TCH A 0/\ / YOU TO E1HTE.P Astlt. ( (1Y CEULA.C / HERE V ',BRUir J c,B^CKA} FR»GHTEU«4G I YE* STOLEN (GOODS', THIS PREPOSTEROU VLL \WELU. I'LL TELL YE, MCiS VAU YE T'SEE f" I I Ii i

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