Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 13, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR HOPE 8TAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS r' Father of Schools HORIZONTAL *,Who was called the fath«r of American public. Schools? 11 Always. 13 Grinding tooth. 14 English title. 15 Ventilating machine. 19 Genus of meadow grasses. 20 Upon. Si Southeast. 22 Pound. 24 Corpse. 25 Part of a drama. 26 To dine. 28 Watered silk. 29 Fragrant oleorcsin. • 30 Blemish. 31 Pigsty. o2 Railroad. 34 Spendthrifts. 59 Postscript. 40 And. 42 Organ of hearing. 43 To be indebted. 44 Measure- oC area. Answer to Previous Puzzle yfeBQIOIflMtEJQIOE 45 Father or mother 4S Conditional deed, delivered to a third person. 51 Aside. 52 Lawyer's charge. 54 Side of n. hill. 55 Marries. 5C lie was secre- lary of the Massachusetts • of education. 5S Last word of a prayer. 59 Short jacket. 60 He helped to establish the first school in the V. S. YKRTK'AIj 1 He was a —— in slavery ami education. " Female fowl. 3 Either. •I Form of "be.' 1 5 Company. (j Deity. 7 Mister. S Northeast. 9 To doze. 10 His reports have become ' In educational literature. 12 Mover's truck 15 Kggs of fishes. 17 That which deters. IS Having no sleep. 21 Fragment. 23 Bundles. 25 Intention. 27 X. 3o Harvesting machine. ?<» Grain. !6 Doctor. !7 To depart. •3 Keverence. 39 To impel forward. 41 To exchange. II Odor. 45 Cat's foot. •ir> Gaelic. •17 Tiny vegetable. 40 Bivalve mol- Itisk. 50 Tumor. 52 Because. 53 Eagle. EG To exist. 57 To accomplish. Tokio Mrs. W. J. Stuart and little daughter of Highland visited relatives here Sunday. s Mrs. A. C. Holt returned home on Wednesday after an extende dvisit at Silshie and Beaumont, Texas. SeO It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Iti in the Hope Star Market Place , (be more you (ell. tbc quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6 times, 5c line, min. 9flc 26 times, 3%c line, min. JZ 1 }* (Average 5Vi words tc the line) NOTE— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before Uia first publi- Phone 768 Groceries are getting higher—but cooked groceries arc the same at the Checkered Cafe. 2 meals a day for 2—f30 a month. 7-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. Nicely furnished four-room apar- riient. 423 South Main. 12-3tp. j FOR SALE | Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. j FOR SALE—Piano, Victrola and Gun Shop. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 West Sixth Street, Hope, Ark. 10-6tp 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. Sanford 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 is regular appointment at Sweet rlome Sunday. Mr. and IV^rs. Robert Blackwood and Mrs. L. A. Stuart were trading in Nashville Saturday. The Rev. Mr. Mason of Arkadelphia 'Hied his appointment at Tokio ba. urday night and Sunday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins (Newlyweds) and gave them a shower of useful gifts Friday night. They sang and played games and enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. and Mrs. Bye Stuart and son Jack visited Murfreesboro Sunday. A process for making industrial alcohol from natural gas waste has been developed in Canada. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Wo have carried a complete line of School Supplies and School Books, for 11) years. Fountain Pens, Rook Salchd.s, Inks, Table Us, Pencils ,utc. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The BEXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOft SALE—Five room furnished home. All improvements, 1018 East Second street. $1,000. 12-3t USED PARTS FOR ALL P. A. Lewis Motor Co. WANTED WANTED-A good piaiui chr.-ap for church. Cash consideration. Sec Claude Taylor at BosweU's Grocery store. g.;jt- p WANTED—Refined couple or "two gentlemen to share home with middle aged couple, fic-fercnccs exchanged. 505 South Walnut. 8-31 WANTED—Responsible party desires to rent automobile trailer for several days. Call 7G8 or •lijj-J. lU-ijt WANTED— Furnished two or thrcr.- room apartment. Write J-o.-iioffice Box 98. HJ-:;I., NOTICE NOTICB1— have moved my hat shop to "Cotton Row" between the Postoffice ajid railroad. Men's li<ji:> cleaned and blocked 75c. Extra good srade jreblocked hat for sale 9'fc and $1.50. Look for the sign: Stack's Hat Shop. South Walnut stiet-t. 5-6t N O T 1 C K We have moved out studio lo Jill South Walnut street, next door to ihe Hope Star. The Shipley Studio. ll-3t NOT7C£-~See Mrs. Ralph Houtcin for i lesions. Fhone 171-V/. U-'jly New Coats Just received complete line of new winter Sport Coats. Popular prices. L a d i e s Specialty Shop "Excusive But Not E.\i)ensive" Modern cars, modern dress —why not modern furniture Hope Furniture Co. 1'lione Five OUR BOARDING HOUSE Thursday, September13,193-1 Y EVA, DOPE r-YOUVE "BttN iN COURT SO W^NY TIMES, TVV* "YcxM* PERAMBULATE YOU T C3AVEL RAPS AfiWN-ST YOU {£^S AT^OUND WHEN YOU -\^\' t -\ WOULD •DR\VE"PA\L SP\KH€> \H V YVE* 2 ^ A TOT-—ANC ** " A T30UBLE TRACK FROfVS SCRANTON J) ONE tAY I WAS TO "DENVER r^-"BUT YOU A>\N T If LIFT*. NO YOU UP TO £.OT TH COLLA"R-T3RAC3 INTO COURT ) S £E YOUR "RtPLECTION YET "FOR SWiN"DLINC3T3UT YOU RE / |N VOCrELSANCb^p ^IPE POR IT/—1 CbOT A L.AVS/YER\ HOR&E-TROUCbH, WORKING OVER TH' GOLD MINE- V/---'AND YOU SLIPPED YOU FANNED \ L -AND PELL ON By AHERN OUT OUR WAY YOUR AND I'VE OFTEN WONDERED' OOK'S LIKE cSOING THRU WITH IT =^ By WILLIAMS REMEMBER/NOW—I RUN X / SOMEBODV SHOtlM^ A BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP, \ / "SkS TH/?T OJSIMt?c AM' I PON'T kWOW A \f UpC-rHERE^T^ S ^OT^L^ACK^" 1 ^^? 1 - 1 -^ ll AUToTSllLll TN OMCE I'M YOU, IS ALL, , ,,} /tl ]fy;, I'i-fc+i* ' If J rtt f T.M ncc u S PAT. orr, (_**i« nv NtAf-rnvict. INC. BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES VQUR. C\.OCV1 BP>.CW AW HOUR. ^ Something Else to Worry About! ALLEY OOP A <&\6 DAV TOMORROW '"K>' TOOW ,^0^ TOMORROW Cy MARTIN SAY, LISSEN.YOU MOOVIAM MUO/\AW.YOU LEMIANS WE CAN'T WASTE ANY MORE TIMEJGIVE ME A PAIN' LOOKIN FOR THOSE GUYS// / I TELL YA, THOSE KINO- TUNK'LL CLOUD UP AN' JGUYS'LL BE RIGHT RAIN ON US, IF WE FALL s-^, ON OUR NECKS DOWN ON THIS JOB/- WHEN WE LEAST THEM/ , EXPECT Guerilla Warfare! C'MON, LE'S GIT COIN/ ) OH.ALL WE STILL GOTTA LONO/RIGHT- WAYS TO GO 'FORE ^J BUT, JUST REMEMBEI?, I WARNED YOU/ ^ •-W :- K//T, i ;i WAJSHJTUBBS ISsLW SAVE M5/ l.ng£ By HAMLIN "'.(, • '4 I TOLDJA YOU WAS FULLA BANANA SKINS/ ... V7EA MERE WE'VE BEEN TRAMPIN' THROUGH THIS JUNGLE ALL DAY, AN' /• X-'V NOTHIN'S HAPPENED YET/ / MEBBE \'\ JHEY WERE TOO SCARED ( YOU'RE 4J, ""• ™ TRY JUMPIN' THIS A\ Rl&HT '' " 3 AGAIN " MOT EVEN A PORCUPINE.THIS TIME MAS'BE VOU SAW A CHIPMUNK Cause for Laughter! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS '' DOII'T BE A SIS5V/ ^,'MOM UOWM ' I^MV DIDN'T VA PULL BEARS WON'T i? MrS TAIL? / HURT V6U WHO TH 1 ' /YOU IDIOT/ HECK'S I UNLESS AFRAID THEY'RE OF A ^ PROVOKED B6AR? WHY, \ I * " » ^"w»^»-^ • • • —— / ' " ^^» • tt^ r ^r ^»" fc-» » w ? I l^^^r b%* BOT,imL\ THE BEAR, PODNER-J YEOW/ SO THAT'S TH'VICIOUS YOU THIS 1L A BABV CUB. r-^^ MONSTER THAT ATTACKED) Ol D Happiness! ^•WXr-V-' — . •;' t* \rf-te %m^**~*~-^ ^m^ •!K--.^ •'* ' * ^s-.^-'J liTcRANE '-HELLO? HERE'S fA8^8VCUg ^^^ '£) 1334 BY NEASEnVICEJNC.'-rTvi". KEG* U. S •^-"-•—-^ -i_J / THAT "OYM AM ITS CERTAIWLY ^ DID THE TRICK! BUT DOMT / GET TOO CLOSE...THOSE ROCKS \ /ARE BIG, AND THEY'LL BE I ROLLING FOR SOME TIME YET .'.' I WONDER j ASK ME! LAST YEAR, AT THIS TIME AMD I'M ^~t^. \ V ^^ By BLOSSER BoYS.... V MAYBE NOT, BUT MONEY ) MOMEY WILL BUY CAN'T BO/ /AH AUTOMOBILE HAPPI- ) M WHICH A FELLA HESS.'/ V CAH GO SEARCH-, / I ING R3R x - v ' HAPPINESS.' ^v / BOY! THE H I BET MR IT'S BOUND To! ALL WE HAVE To DO 15 IT'LL WORK, ) DAM THIS FORK IM BARROWS IT MIGHT NOT KIDDING. VOL), I CHARLIE THE RIVER, AND STOP WILL GIVE / MAKE ALL DIDW 'T HAVE A NICKEL THE" FLOW DOWN THE CANYON ! US A SLICE I OF U'» OF HIS 4 . RICH !,' GOLD MINE! Be RICH i |N |V)T POCKET..AND ^ ^ HOW I HAVE A X. • /I NICKEL IN MY A^7Y\'-'"••-• 1^ %^ ^€-A' ^^v; THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Good Advice! CONSTABLE"V HE GOES OUT A"\ WHKT V?lGlfT HAVEJ I H/\VE f\ THIEF TUPH " OU T T'CfATCH A> DA, / YOU TO El 1TER /WARPf\HT WHALE. /\UD 11Y CtUL*& XHEBE TSEAPCH STCH.EH GOODS'. W1V . , PQEPOSTEPOUS.'f ____ WELL.. VLL TELL YE , MRS VAt I .I'U M>VISE1 YE T'SEE FRVGHTEtmiC KAfi'.VpfA MiHttOV/ A nY PET'S7 y( FEK STOLEtl ~* ' ' ^

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