Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 26, 1934 · Page 4
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MQEFOUR Ruler of .the Waves Answer to Previous Puzzle is the l ftj fair swimmer *?!' in the picture? 4* t Form of "me." J^ 1 12 Places for & rearing Irogs. ||I 1^ Name. §346 To sob. P* IS 3000 pounds. L 17 Pale. y 18 English coin. }''t 20 Stand still: 21 Affirmative. S^BefeL 2S To wander about. 24 Constellation pictured as a ram. 25 Witch. 26 Vagabond. 21 tnsane. 28 Flying if^4 mammal ;j|| 29 Senior. i 5 SO Structural unit £' f 31 Convent 1 ' worker. 39 40 41 '45 machine. To stroke lightly. Artificial channel. Upon. Supporter of art. She has defeated some of tht , - s best swimmers. Goblins. Bronze. i2 Rrases. VKKTICAb L' Mistake. :; NO. 4 Upon. 5 Values. B God of lova. 7 Mother. S Consanguinity 9 Neuter pronoun. 10 Thick shade. 11 Queen of heaven. 17 Joker. 19 She is an -. 2t You. 22 Low vulgar j fellow. 23 Old wagon track. 25 Possessed. 26 Curse. 27 Distance marker. 2S Biscuit. 29 Capuchin monkey. 31 Nothing. ;i2 Light brown. 33 Cavity. 34 Lampoon. 36 Mover's truck. 37 Obese. 39 Aeriform fuel. 40 At some one time. 41 To murmur as a cat 42 Monkey. 43 Definite article 44 Thing. 45 Born. 46 To lubricate. 47 Preposition. 4S Morindin dye. Antioch Mr. and Mrs. Ross Barto of Hope visited Misses Vera Mae Harris on l Saturday. A Sell It! Find It! Kent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Kememfeer, the more you tell. tl»» quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. ?2.T» CAverage 5% words to the Une> NOTE— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation ot statement, before tha first publi- Phone 768 Clifton Dougan of Biston, Texas. who has been visiting here for the past few weeks returned home Sunday. Perry Daugan spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Daugan. Miss Lucille Dehan and mother were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Audrey Allen. Joe Sturgcson spent a few hours in this community Sunday. There wil be a pie supper at Antioch church Friday night. Everybody is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mahan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eaves at Emmet. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Coffee of Hope spent -A few hours Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McFarland. Ernest Coffee and Miss Hattie Mae McFarlane attended the singing at Piney Grove Sunday night. 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 66. 193tc. FOR RENT: Furnished house, vacant October 1. Call 653 or apply 1201 South Elm street. '^FOR SALE Best Point Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE: 200 bushels of fine pears. See Vincent Foster. IS-Iltf. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS, P. A. Lewis Motor Co. FOR SALE: Scholarship in Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. Value ?100, will sell at supstantiul discount. Apply at Star office. FOR SALE—29 Chevrolet truck with f|;,t bed. cab and new tires. 51-") 1; ' lrih Thompson Bras. Call 22. 2K-.ii FOR SALE—Pc-iirK 75<: hu. lid or iOc half bushel delivered. Phon 1KU. 2G-31 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and di| rcctions contained in the decretal or' cler of the Chancery Court of Hemp- i stead County, made and entered on 1 the 3rd day of September. A. D., 1934, in a certain cause (No. 2821) then lending therein, between The First National Bank of Hope, a corporation, complainant, and R. C. Reed et al, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for «ale at public venduc to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the United States Post Office, in l he City of Hope, County of Hemp- L.IC;K|. and State of Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for ju- didal r-.files. on Saturday, October 27• A. D., W.'M, the following described real esuite, tn-v.'it: The West. Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Two, Township Twelve South. Range Twcnty- ffiven Wc.'st. ronUiininc! eighty acres, more or le::s. situated in Henip- stcdii County. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three mouths, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approv- | cd security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien be- ng retained on the pr-mif-es sold to •ecure the payment of the purchase 'noney. Given under my hand llii'J Min day if September, l'.i:M. DAI.K .IONKS Commissioner in Chancery. Sept. 1S-2J. WANTED Sffl'.'Ct now ignitions. ;tion.i i und time ation o A national organization wil several reliable ambitious nu employed—with foresight-tai cation and mechanic;.! inclina who want to better tl.cir po. who want to bettor tht-ir po.-.itiou, are willing to train durma W""-or evenings to rjualify as install and service exports on &I *.•-•!*-• commercial and househoU! t.if Refrigerators and Air Lou'Jitioi Write giving ago, ocrupaton. or.ui.-; and phone number. RcfngcraiK.i. gtneering. Write box. Jb. once. See Mr/ A. C. Wiu'cii.ir .^ West Division hit. - WANTED-L^^Kj'i i....:,r tV. c- '•>•• >t Will yivc f"r h..-r,., H-H". I''•'•-•; ; C ; duck:; Cu: tuii:>--ys J-!-"' '• M pot I3c Beard. ,. hu- OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY Wednesday. September 26, 1934 By WILLIAMS LOST Brown Leather Bag Containing valuable papers and men's clothing. Hope Shreveport Highway 29. $5.00 reward for return to this office. . head cattle. M:i:-l u-'V'- ' " IJ " ;•" ' ; We,! fenced ."-.., J,-" - ^ Moore. ""WANTED -Coioi-ed -u! >o do i^.u.e work :; days a v.-,.,k. A,,.I,- i^^f>;; ; jilm a/t'.-r J ;•. !!:• "' "' Tin. 1 ^iilili-st story li « a r ():—"II should YOJ "BLEW NOTri ON "''. \ UP THKT ON T\ AsRE,HE WOULD^ PEELED A 1FEW OUTER IAVEWS OPF- H1S "BAxNK ROLL *N C3NEN EtA TO VOU "FOR SELUNCb H\M T\ NA1NE— "BUT NOW HELL LEKV& OUT W\TVI H\M GWE ME hAONEV <? m Uk-v.^ TV4/XT SrAORTUORM H' WAS AK T 5 \NE T-OREST, VNfc. WOULDN'T TIWOP ^ CONE K?R ME TO TAKE HOME rXN G\LT3 f KVCi.t V^NOW TrAKV NMiG~ VJHEN WE WAS NOUNC> ; A>s>4\ I'D ASK TOR CORE ON AN APPLE HE WAS EAT\N, MED GNAW VT SO CLOSE: VT WOULD TR\W\ VANS T-\N<3ER WOULDN'T TAKE MQNE.V mfv\ -^I CbOT MILK , "BOTTLES/ ,_ GODS? YOU'RE GETTING HOMELIER EYEPY DAV f LOOK AT THOSE EARS, VOUR MOSH, AM' THOSE BUSTED UPHANDSf RV THE TIME YOU'VE MADE ENOUGH MONEY OUT OF= TH£ FIGHT GAME TO QUIT, > VOU'LL LOOK LIKE A 1 v^>v -fi <?.'• f WELL,THER AIM'T \ NO GUV KIM <SO THRU THlRTV AM 1 FORTY ROUND PIQHTS WITHOUT GETTlMG A SHACK ON TH' KISSER NOW AM 1 THBN VOU AIM'T GETTIN 1 ASHAMED O' ME, APE YOU 7 O I«A nt NCA wnvict. »NC. u TI FAT orr BORM THIRTY VEARS" TOO SOOM^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES S'long, Ronnie! toiYnv HF.H sr.nvicc. me. T. M. nr.o u. s PRT on; ALLEY OOP What a Bodyguard! By HAMLIN %OOV-GUARD \ NO.THANKS.'j WHAT PO YA EH? SAY- ) NOT ' '* HOJ'DiA LIKE \ TDAY/ /HIT US / WESAINT / I WISH THEM OUVS'D ( STOP FOLLERIN 1 ,- v '. ME AROUND.' ; -ir /^?, . © 1934~BY NCA SERVICE. INC T M REG U S WASH TUBES A Hurried Exit! By CRANE VOU HEARD ME' MO MOMEV- t Y S£E HERE ' MV 6OOD sas^T ip,.' CTBAMU ^s^s&'fis- AROUND. RESPECf FROM EACH AWD EVERY , EMPLOYEE. > 6AH! THE MEPVE OP THAT BUM, \ 1ELLIM 1 ME HE OWHS THIS R.R. SfJWICE INC. T. M REQ. U S. PAT. Orr. Vjfe FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Rare Vintage! By BLOSSER /-^ A v/WV, "MAT ONE WHICH /( OVER THERE,WITH 1 THE HOOD RAISED, I AHC3 THE BROWN L. FENDERS ' SEE IT, ALL RIGHT, BUT THAT'S HOT WHAT V/E- WERE WHICH WAR? BUT, IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING SNAPPY, THERE'S A REAL BARGAIN! SHE'LL STILL DO TWENTY FIVE, EVEN THOUGH SHE IS PRE-WAR !! I RAiSEO MY \ NOPE ! HE SAYS, 457.50 ALL RiGHt! V-!CW HE'LL AL'/.'AYS MEAKI,THAT'S ] IT IS...ALL. ^^r-. s ' '"> ffr~A l I ^ • - j.^-; ,) ^rfW.'i i .^s.^^=--:,: t^ar^^Ki 1 (^ ^ Yw'M' >^-?(^5f / \ u _ s _ 1 By COWAN Good News and Bad! THE NEWFANGLLS (Mom'n Pop) IUOOK, CHIEF! GOOD GPiEF 1 . GtT #A LOAD OF UOCA.U BOV r£^^ \ GCT TO ;./ASTE rWICY SHOW HIM LO! \^ THE FQOltT LISTEN! ---V1LLKGE CHA.ftACTEC LEFT

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