Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1934 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturclay. Septefflfor 16,1934 National Banner Answer to Previous I'uz/.lc IWhat national r banner Is pictured here? president of that country? 13 Net weight of { container. 14 Matter from a I sore. /,'^lfi Deportment. '1? To chop. it Biting. , &% Corpse. 23 Dregs. -24 Swine. *25 Laughter | sound. 26 Father. 2t Custom. ,2S Rifle shot. ' 29 Steak. ', 31 Southeast. „ 32 Chums. 33 To decrease. 34 To ascend. * 35 Night before. 36 Hourly. 35 Pronoun. 40 Sea mile. * 41 Pair. 42 Buffoon. 4-1 Mental faculty. 45 Joker. •16 Public garden spot. 47 Implores. 48 Little child. 49 Melody. 50 Stopper of a cask. 51 Kdible fungus. 53 Chancellor who was recently murdered. 54 Capital of this country. VERTICAL 2 Indians. 3 Toothed tool. 4 Transpose (abbr.). 5 Network. 6 Monkeys. 7 Convent worker. fl Effigy. 10 Instruments. 11 To permit. 12 Form of "a." 15 Present chancellor of this country- 17 Prince von Starlu'mberp N leader of the 19 Second note. 20 Stocking. 21 The-pretender to the throne i;. of the family. 2,1 Tardy. 25 Low hind. 26 Part of a window. 28 Bucket. 30 Edge of n roof. ;!2 Plot of ground. 34 The shank. 37 Horse feed, r.n Ethical. 41 Thin metal plate. 42 To become bankrupt. 43 All right. •14 Skin tumors. 45 Used up. 46 Golf teacher. 47 Public auto. •IS Pedal digit. •!!> Paid publicity. 50 Bushel (abbr.1. 51 Third note. 52 Note in scale. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY Bv WILLIAMS •ri i- E? ^ S3 33 3S SET ^ * ^ ZSo ^5 2.3. ^ l<3 14 ^ « ^ 5O ^ BT EO SS P ^ ^ 5& $$ m m $ m " NOTICE OF BOND SALE Notice is hereby given that School District No.: 20-B, Hempstead County, Arkansas, will offer for sale at pub' lie outcry at the east entrance to the City Hall in the City of Hope, in '< Hempstead County, Arkansas, at 10:00 'o'clock A. M., on Monday, the 8th day of October, 1934, bonds of said district in the sum of S6,000.00, said tends to be serial, maturing 1-10 years | and bearing interest from date until paid at the rate 01 six (6) per cent per annum, interest payable annually. Said bonds will not be sold for less than par for 6 per cent "oonds and •will be sold for the purpose of providing the necessary runds for the . construction and equipment of an additional building to be used in connection with the present main school building in said District, and for the repair of other buildings and school houses in said District. . Sealed bids may be submitted, and | such bids will be opened and an-' nounced and considered as bids atl said sale. | Said bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder; and the District re- I serves the right to reject any and all bids. ' Given under our hands on this 15th day of September, 1934. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 20-B, HEMPSTEAD, COUNTY, ARKANSAS By F. O. HUGHSON, President Attest: W. C. Griffin, Secretary. ' Sept. 15-22-29. Sinclair Treads Another Platform Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy W in the Hope Star Market Place Rememtor, the more you tell, tb* quicker you sell. 1 turn, lOc line, min. 30c tat consecutive Insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, fie line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. BOc 26 times, S'/zC line, min. J2.7» (Average 5V4 words to the Une> NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before tha first publi- catioa. Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. ~" FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. Dr. C. B. Bledsoe, expert Chiropodist and foot specialist is at Patterson's Department Store. . U 3tp FOB RENT—120 acre farm. iw.> four room houses abundance of water, good bermuda pasture, good barn and potato house, on improved highway tv/o miles from Hope; School bus runs through farm. This farm will 1-c rcnt- de cheap for money rent only. Geo. f. Clark, Comvay, Ark. 13-3t Best Paint Sold-Hope Bldg. Mat. Co FOR SALE— Piano, Victrola and GUI Shop. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 Wc.t Sixth Street. Hope.^Ark. __ .__._J "' BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewi.5 Motor Co. __ ""Professional ChircpoclisTiiiing modern method.-; of removing corn;., bunions, caliou.es and ingrowing toenails. Ladies Speyiahy Jjhop^l-J-otp. Spry and liappy, Upton Sinclair, Calitoruia'3 ex-Socialist Democratic nominee, eagerly passed through New York City enrouto to Hyde Park, wliere he was scheduled to discuss hia KPIC platform with President floose- velt. Ha la shown on the railroad platform aa Ue changed trains la Manhattan Bull fighting was originally estab- ishcd in Spain to increase proficiency n the handling of arms in war. Reindeer have contributed to the iupport of man in one country or another for about 30,000 years. Seven is the maximum number of eclipses that can occur in any one year, five of the sun and two of the noon, or four of the sun and three >f the moon. Pap'Jr-Hope Bld« Co ^ USEEHPARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Modern cars, modern dress —why not modern furniture 7 Hope Furniture Co. I'hone Five •REQUIRE A LAWYER -*-EGAD, I STUD\ED LAW "FOR E\GVAT :N\L,CP>ttA\NM- 4,INTERN AT\ONAL- YES, AND EVEN rAAR\T\M LAW, WHEN I WAS IN THE OF YOU AND CHAIR, JAKE, AND SAV-^-I GOT A LAWYER WHO'S <3O\N6 TO fOLt> YOU UP AND "PAsCK YOU AWAY LIKE AUNT PANNYS GO^HXNY TABLE-CLOTH f I'hA "PERSUAD1N' H\M TO DROP TH' SWINDUN CHARGE ACAINST YOU BECAUSE \~\ NNt-AN-b £AX YEARS 1NTVV £>OW-^ -u. ANT SCIENTISTS , WOULD W<d<^ S HAVE TO <SO BACK TO STUDYIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES HA-MA-TWAT'5 A PBETTVQOOD IMITATION OF TH 1 BULLO 1 TH 1 WOODS.' VOL) MUST HAVE BEESJ -STUDVIN 1 HIM, TO GET HIM DOWM THAT GOOD. VESSIR/HE'D HAVE HIM DOWN PERFECT, IF HE JUST HAD WH AT TH'BULL'S GOT UND£R HIS HAT—THAT'S ALL HE NEEDS. VEH—THAT'S > ALL HE NEEDS- V THAT'S ALL/ y HCA srrwicr.. me. SO MEAR, AMP VET SO PAR. T M. Itt. U.'s PUT Off . « •_ 0-15 Boots Is Getting Tired! MARTIN 1 WvMKbN TA>YX TO VOU ABOOT \< VOUO TO MW. •x; 4,V' ;H& »?.^-r~_~r- JDWBSS ^-Mr '•^•ai'-- ALLEY OOP Complications! By HAMLIN SO DOOTSY BO80 GOT AWAY, HUH? DAN6 HIM, BUT I CrUESS IT COULDN'T BS. HELPED! HE WENT BY SO FAST I MISSED 'IM CLEAN,&UT I SURE SOCKED TH' LEADER. ON TH' 8EAN / KJs "\ m 1C* ^•* 3 Kr) ^ /^< WHO CARES ABOUT -,) ME6B6 YA WILL. THEIR DUMB LEADER f\ BUT YOU'LL RUN DOOTSY BOSO 15 TH' ) PKETTY FAST- 6UY I'M />FTEP-AN' j\ FOR SPEED, THAT ' I&'S GOT US ALL OUTCLASSED// w i i i»i r»i »i-^- ^-»rN *!•, • wi-» —• • — — -~s CM CONNA 0/T'IM, ^f MU&'S &OT US ALL TOO. Y'SEE FYE OONT/ WE'LL CUT IM.POOZY/ ) MAKE NO ASPERSIONS SEEfHERe'S HIS X 'BOUT MY BEAK TRAIL —PLAIN AS THE NOSE ON WASH 1 UiSBS An' He's Proud of It! By CRANE LEAST, AMD EASY ARE MAKING PROGRESS TOWARD WIMNIW6T.HAT MADE HORATIO BOARDMAM LAU6H- FIR5T LAUGH IM 17 VEARS. -r-\ ND AT A WELL, WELL/ YHELLO, DA^Y AMEM- WHO ARE THESE /A\LAST THEY/ IF'M ITAIM'T WHEpE'D YA UNCOUTH F!UFFIANS?_ TOME TO A I DAN'L BOOWEy LEAVE '"" RAILROAD BRIDGE. /UMCOUTH ) <3IT A LOflD Y I'LL HAVE YOU KNOW, RUFFIANS',/ OF THAT". \S|R, THAT 1 .AM fJONJE OTHER THAW HORATIO BOARDMflKj. ARE WE?7 HE MUST -. A THlWK HE': r \ COL. ASTOR.. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Elusive Gold! DO VoU HAVE A GRUDGE AGAINST US, MR BARROWS •2 MO. 1 BUT 1 GOT A GOLO MINE,AM' YOU XWOW ) VVHAR IT IS...AW' DEAD MEM TELL MO TALES.' ME AW THIS GUN ARE GONNA KEEP A SECRET .'•' > SUPPOSE I SHOULD TELL YOU THAT Y&L) S REALLY HAVE MO J GOLD MIME..AVHAT \ WOULD YOU SAY "? j •^y^-^' v^g*JM H |j^ |JJ«^ J*m^fm**l —i L^ - II ••!•!• ,| THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) YORE CRAZY' TH' GOUD WAS THERE TWENTY YEARS AGO, AN' IT'S BEEM UMDER THE RIVER EVER < SIMCE...SO TH' GOLD ) °"£ \S THAR. 1 TU' GOLD /MATURE, IS THAR.' NOBODY COULDA GOT TO IT, NOHOW '.'• 1l934 BY NEA SEHVICE. INC. T.'M REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ' i WILL MOT PIPE DO^NJ. I'M HORATIO"" BOARDMAfJ, THE OVJMER OF THIS VERV RAILROAD. I OWW DOZENS OF RAILROADS. I'M A MILLIONAIRE. BARROWS., MATURE GOT TO IT! "—--} •,'•••'•••-•• '( WHUTARE <--- — A YOU ADRIVIM 1 ~\. _ TWENTY YEARS AGO ) YOU DELIBERATELY A DIRECTED THE COURSE OP THE RIVER,TO HELP YOUR PLAN/ ISN'T THAT AND NOW, THAT SAME RUSHIMS PIVER HAS LOOSENED THE WHOLE GOLD POCKET AMD CARRIED IT AWAY.... EVERY v BIT OF GOLD...THAT IS KMOWM ) AS HYDRAULIC MINING, MR BARROWS .' YoU HAVE NO SECRET TO t<TEEP, ANY LONGER <! Rubbing It In!! "INCE HIS TO TOMPK\M'S A. GREKV SHERLOCK HOLMES MR JVJLMANEY. TH£ CITY TJICK. HAS DP AVI N MOTUING BUT / WHAT A 1 uiw\LE OUT . A TWO LEGG.EO SUSPECT, THE REKL THIEF TURMS OUT TO BE THIS SLEUTVMNG GAME GETTIMG S'TOUGH- A TICK'S GOTTA. EQUIP WI^ASELF A BLOOD HOUMD'S I'LL DUCK. THROUGH HERE, AMD DASH FOR OSJ THIS CASE, BUT TWEY'S P/XTTLER PULLIM 1 NO OWE IN'TUVS "BERG GOIM' T' GET A CMA.MCE T'GWE. THE RA.X2- - , MULVANEY '• - - SW ,t TWET THIEF TU\S fAORMIW.ff STILL LOOKIM' PER HIM 1334 Blf NEA SERVICE. INC. ^ M nf^ u ^ PA1 Cl'l

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