American "Statesman ~""- "•"*• ~ -'• i \\Hti 14 the statesman In the picture? 14 Melody. 15 To step* IT to sob. (bird). 19 Ore launders. £0 Shackles. 22 fcowlftl underhand. 28 Lettttce dishes. 31 Pope's scarf. 32 TuKior. 1 34 Bulb flower. SfrWind. 36 ttemiam for ft loafl. S7 Sack flf the neck. 3S Boy. AC To make a lace 41 To love exceedingly. 4S SBctterad car. 45 Wager. 46 Female deev •17 Within. 45 Behold. 49 Negative. 51 Either. 2 Skillet. 3 To hasten. 4 To doze. 5 Suffered pain. 6 Tidy. * Soldier's flask. 8 Domestic slave. -• fl Appliances. 53 Female sheep.~ 10 To soak flnx _ ;.5 He is -~~ * tl Negative, ot the L. S. 12 Night before. VKKTfCAl., 1:5 Thing. 1 Mouth bone. M Lawyer's 2 Native metal. charge. 2t 22 tte *?fl* borit » 24 Sngllsh coin. Z4 Votes cast at aft election. 25 foim as eyed. 27 Pertaining td thi moon. 2» Winged. 29 To immerse. .10 He was ' o, the Houso ot Representatives (pi.). .12 Grief. 33 Chaos. .19 To testify. 40 Twisted together. 42 Home of a beast. 44 Dove's cry. 45 Ingredient of varnish. 50 To be indebt$(i f.2 3.1416. 54 Half an em. dl If you sandpaper the soles of children's shoes before they are worn, it •will prevent slipping on polished floors.^ Ozan British manufacturers are producing what is claimed to be the smallest radio tube in the world. It measures only two inches in height, has a range of 100 miles and amplifies speech 15 times. "Your Home Should Come First" Better Furniture, Better Homes, Better Citizens. Furnish your home now. Hope Furniture Co. Phone Five Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Bememher, (be more you teD. the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, Cc line, min. 50e 5 times, 5c line, min. Sflc 20 times, S'/ie line, min. J2.79 (Average 5'/s v/ords to the line'/ NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before tha first caliorj, Phone 768 Mrs. W. F., Robins. JVIrs. Elbert Robins, Mrs. Emma Webb and Mrs. Earl Stuart have returned from Minneola, Texas where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stone. Misses Alma and Lizzie Hanna, Mrs. Eugene Goodlett and daughter, Mary, weer shopping in Nashville Saturday. Mrs. Johnnie Carrigan returned to her home here from Ashdown Thursday after a visit with Mrs. W.. M. Matthews., Milam Green was a visitor to Hope Friday night. Durant Goodlett was a visitor to Nashville Saturday. ! Mrs. E. Haselman and daughter left I Friday for, Arkadelphia where ean- ette will enter high school. Imon Norwood left Wednesday for Arkadelphia where he will enter Henderson State Teachers College. Bill Freeman left Monday for college in Clarksville, Ark. Milam Green. Fletcer Reed, Fred Robinson, Lena Mae Robinson, Helen Francis Citty and Charline Irvin entered school in Nashville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson of near Mineral Springs were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nelson Friday and Saturday. Mrs. J. K. Greene and Miss Lillian Rcbins were : shopping in Hope Saturday. N. R. Levis har returned home from Dallas, where he spent several weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Roy Meyers. Mrs. Jerome Smith of Nashville was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. K. Green Friday. Mrs. Bettie Fletcher has returned cme from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lo Fletcher of near Nashville. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three- room apartment, private entrance, bath and garage. Call 284 or CO. 193tc. FOR RENT: Furnished house, vacant October 1. Call 653 or apply 1201 South Elm street. 3tc. FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co "FOR KALE: 200 bushels of fine pears. See Vincent Foster. 18-3lc. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lev/is Motor Co. NOTICE NOTICE— $10.00 Reward for information that will lead to arrest and conviction of roan who threw poisonec meat in the yard at 317 Shcvt-r strec- on the night of the 18th. Man wa seen to do this by a nc-ighbor, and a record of all poison sold lately is be ing obtained. Address P. O. Box 15. Hope, Arkansas. _ 20-2t.p COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still With Us Prescription No. 200,000 will cure it. It hills the parasites in the skin. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The HEXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1835 'SALEM AN WANTED^FOT rura Mies work, must have car, salary and commission. Apply Sept. 22 and 2-1 John B. Grec-son, White House East Second St. ^' 3t P- ENLARGE YOUR FIRE INSURANCE As your home increases in value, increase your insurance proportionately. We take a PERSONAL interest in every policy. COMPUTE Phone 810 . Hope, Arkansas HOPE STAB, HO^AKKANSA^ OUR BOARDING HOUSfi. Bv AHERN OUT OUR WAY ........ ..,_ . ,.*- -.,.-.- - 'I -• II IU IB JT'- -"- »*!< ""* *•-*•"»• fiy WILLIAMS y, IT 7 S STILL TOO HEAW- t'LL HAVE TO EAVe OFP A P6VV MORE. NOW, YOU ADMIT THAT YOU ARE f\ sJRYTUBUC-TMEKETOftE.VOU NOT A LAWYER/-^THERE \& A W1NTC>/ AN HERE TO NOT ~K> (SETA 01= WEBSTER/ PATERS, ETC NOW, A«=> TO LAW.LHT AA EXPLAIN HAVE CH/Xfl? SVR BIG BE6INNIM6- SMALL Boots Puts It Over! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 11A. 00 \T 1 SV 6AO ,\T vo\\.v. e>'. THE TVPc 1'Ot S^IV^tA^R^INC. T. M. BEO. U. sW. Of?. By HAML1N Good Old Moo! ALLEY OOP WMOO BOY, NOTCH A: I THOUGHT SUMPlN HI, THERE, PAL; HOWZIS FOE A WITH ANY LUCK AT ALL WE OU^HTA BE MOO BEFORE YA RECKON E'LL MAKE IT TODAY? !:Vc HE* AS THE SUN B66AN ITS WESTWARD^UD.E; ALLfe* AND FOOZY REACHED A ROCKYDWIDG_, j •^••'••^•MMflMBtl •7 „ ' FOOZY / V JUOOK/ THERE'S v-••/".; C ^ ^""1 S^ ..\if- rMa^-^'-" . ri4 ^ '( .... 7^-5^7 ' ^T.rt—i—— -v ^ i"• V'-O ^934 Bf NtASCRVICC, INC T M RCG U S PAT. Qfr ^ J ^ ' .-'•• • "~ ' ' •"' ' ' ' " —T WASH TUBES By CRANE PS^VT^ /^ VOU.[WEEP QtMETA fiXPECT NETo CAR WITM -THESE DE&RADED GALOOTS? \AIUATI MORE W A VONE STARTED ENOUGH ^-fpkj X HOtV X PER IO BUCKS'^ AH HA'. THAT, MV - ' • --ft] MIKE! \ PAL, I'D MOIDER FRIEWDS, ILLUSTRATE.'v I *•/ HE MUST ) ME OWM «/THE POWER OF MC*JS% •*i QC/T5/V7V/ /^^h ..1^j..^^^.r« Am- C..IAI i or-'rrjrkidi tfr^ Ht MUSI / ME OWN «/IMb rowtsK ur . BE CRrtZVV/QRAN'MUDDeR.J/WE SHALL BE TkC —-'V^ ^Y oj RUFFIA^L*- 1 '-if wo — © 1934 BY HEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFfj ...-^ ' y^*s (;:>; '^ ?i ^ •'"•//« Jrj»W *'-l//.., /«\ J.vy r^^'.-V jSaauw::;! >.^.w^:s^\ f / ' ">'/ ^ < .LrwWLT. ^^^,/->-Z5>^ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Ribbing! ^.yca By BLOSSER V/OODS, | f '_ FRECKLES.' rtl , ONE OF THE MOST TELL US WHAT >i / EX CITING THIMGS THAT HAPPEMED j '=u DID UP IN THE ;y ME WAS UP MEA pj y V l/-ir~i"T1 I t • /^ix-.r^.cr- 11 -•' ' • I TD ME X V/AS UP MEAR RAINBOW LAkE .' w^-^ ^^- m, t/ ^~^,,c-4} ~"~^ /mS^r'Jo \ : THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) IHELY/D.Mll I'll GGIM'MWtl TO THE E^MK T'CE." H'UTTY AND CHARLIE V/ERE COOKIWG SOME VEMI50M.,AND I WENT OUT WITH MY RIFLE.... I V/AS ABOUT TWO MILES ^ ,FROM .CAMP.,. AND IT V/AS NEAR DUSK .... SUDDENLY; i THOUGHT i SAW SOMETHING AHEAD OF ME, IN THE THICK BRUSH... X COULDN'T MAKE OUT WHAT IT V/AS, BUT I TOOK STEADY AIM AND FIRED.' 'AFTER i FIRED, IT DIDN'T :MOVE AT-ALL! X RAN FOR- V/ARD, EAGERLY, MY GUN ..READY' FOR INSTANT USE..., •THER£, AHEAD OF ME/WA^ A SEVENTY-FIVE- POUND WILDCAT) LYING STIFF .AND QUIET.' HOW LONG DO YOU SUPPOSE IT HAD BEEN DEAD 7 In the Old Box! By COWAN YOU GClI I 1 ( FOP TWENTY-FiVE TKOUGW lit WITH THE * GUM^ ,\ IM GOlU'-DOWtl TO THE E^IK T'GE?I fW TMEY'U- CfrftH \ J'M CAeayiN" »^ ' MY MO»IEY. I GOT As CHECK HEPE. ' -" """ ™™" vu GUH ^.O^. HOBOD ^ VER CHECK WITHOUT VA OJH GUtl ON'LM / V<IV| POB BUT YOU C/Ml'T GO TOTtH' ^ TWENTY-F\Ve THOUSWtO BUCKS ABOUND WITH YOiJ- WHY DON'T YOU LEAVE \T m <THE. BAHK^HEQEVT'UL BE SAFE? ^7 5^, I DON'T THINK ^NYTrtN' IS / fAFE. \F VT'S WHEPE LEW SMtTH WM ( UKY W»S H^KDS ON \T- VM TA«V<JH WC V \-IOVJCY PIGHT TM.ONG HOME v '^ WITH ME!
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