Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 29, 1934 · Page 4
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MGEJTOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS OUT OUR Grand Opera .*• HORIZONTAL 1,5 Who Is the s opera singer in ' the picture? "j This has a soprano voice 12 Large flightless bird. 14 Soft broom. 15 Fustic tree. 18 Conductor's wand. t? Oreek l«tter. IS Pygmy. gOMorindin dye. Jl Growing out. S3 Lava. 24 She began to sing publicly when a . 2$To rely on.' 30 Smalt island. 32 Freckle. 34 Baseball nine. 35 Pertaining to the sun. 36 Possesses. 3? South American rabbit. 3S Simpleton. 39 Series of epical events. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 To go before. 47 Native metal. 4S Goblet. 51 Farewell! 52 Bed lath. 53 Rounded ton- vex molding. 54 Coal pU. w 56 Is her native land. 57 She studied music in Italy. VEUTICAL. 3 Habitual drunkard. 4 Stir. 6 To improve. 7 Very small quantity. 5 Spatula. 0 To endow. 10 God of war. 11 Spanish incus- ' uve of length. 13 Upon. 2 Heritable land 15 Doctor of right. Medicine. 1C Her husband is ft famous . 19 She is a songstress In the U S. 21 Deity. 22 Before. 24 Tribal group. 25 Skirt edges. 27 Not secure. 28 To halt. 29 Glazed clay block. 31 To stitch. 33 Pistol. 37 Florida flsh. 38 Jewel. 40 Game played on horseback. 41 Verbal. 42 Caterpillar hair. 44 Collection of tents. 45 Dad. 40 Low .•jiUtdhlll. 4$ Mortar trtiy. 49 Average. 00 To bow. 52 Spain. 55 Corpse. Sell Itl Find Itl Rent Itl Buy Itl in tha Hope Star Market Place Renember, tha more yon tell. th« quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. Mo for consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, SVfcc line, min. $2.Tt (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, befora tha first publication, Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT The "windmill" wings of an auto- gyro turn against the wind although it is the force of the wind that turns them. These wings are power driven only when the craft is on the ground. WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Bessie M. Crocket Plaintiff vs. Millie Ayers, ct al Defendants The defendants Millie Ayers, Arthur Brown and Gracy Brown, his wife, James T. Ryan and Cecilia Ryan, his wife, I. S. Plnlcett and Phcnnclla Pinkett, his wife, Jack Bradley and Bradley, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plainlif herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. Sept. 29-Oct. 6-13-20. FOR RENT—Furnished four-room apartment, private bath, electric refrigerator. Phone 132. Mrs. K. G. McRae. 27-3t-c. FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE: 200 bushels of fine pears. See Vincent Foster. 18-3tc. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Roy Pcnnington ..._ Plaintiff I vs. | Octavia Brewer Pennington Defendant The defendant, Octavia Brewer Pcn- nington, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk. Sept. 29-Oct. 6-13-20. Wall Paper-Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. FOR SALE—29 Chevrolet truck with flat bed, cab and new tires. J135 cash. Thompson Bros. Call 22. 26-3t FOR SALE—Pears 75c bushel or 40c half bushel delivered. Phon 166. 2G-3t WANTED A national organization will select several reliable ambitious men now employed—with foresight—fair education and mechanical inclinations, who want to better their postions who want to better their positions and are willing to train during spare time or evenings to qualify as installation and service experts on all types of commercial and household Electric Refrigerators and Air Conditioning. Write giving age, occupaton, education and phone number. Refrigeration Engineering. Write box 98. WANTED—Located near Frisco do- pot. Will give for huns 10-1 ic; frycr.s 13c; ducks 6c; turkeys 9-10c. T. P. Beard. 26-litp WANTED-To rent pa.stur:,'e for fid head cattli,-. Mu..t hnvc «'«;'! v.-aK-r. V/cll fenced. S-.-u Jev/f.-ll or f/arry Mcwc. 26-3tc NOTICE NOTICE—For S,,le -,; land, 2 house- elo'.-tric v/ater, 6 rnulet. 8 mi fient. \uuni> cal Call 392. NOTICE cef.-|; well. old. Kk-ctr lov;n. C;.li 1 ilc fr WARNING ORDER In (lie Chancery Court of Ilcrnp- slcnd County, Arkansas. F. H. Philbrick Plaintiff vs. Annabel S. Philbrick Defendant The defendant, Annabel S. Philbrick, is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, F. H. Philbrick. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 29th day of September. 193-1. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clerk of the Chancery Court. W. S. Atkins, Atty. for Pltff. Sept. 29-Oct 6-13-20. NOTICE OF BOND SAJ,E Notice is hereby given that School District No. 20-B, Hempstead County, Arkansas, will offer for sale at public outcry at the cast entrance to tha City Hall in the City of Hope, in Hempstcad 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 $6,000.00, said bonds to be serial, maturing 1-10 years iind bearing interest from date until p;iirl at the rate or six (S) per cent per annum, interest payable annually. S;iid bonds will not be sold for less than par for 6 per cent bonds and will be .sold for the purpose of providing the necessary funds for Ihuj construction and equipment of an ad-| ditional building to bo used in connection with the present main school building in said District, and for the! i epair of other buildings and school | hoiiiC.s in said Di.-.trict. | Seul'.'d bid., may be submitted, and i .••iifli bids will be opened and an-j ni.nnc'.-d and considered as bids al ! I .Said bonds will be bold to the highest! ]-•].'] l,'-,i bidfl'-i; and the Di.-tri'.'l re| M've, the ri^ht to i eject any and ull L O ,S T '.'ii undi.-r fjijr f S' i.U.-n.b'.T. 19^1. SCi'lOOf, DIS7KICT N(j 2U-B, (HOMPSTEAD. COL'.\'TY, ARKANSAS ! I-i-, r'. O. HUGHSON, Pre^id'-'in A!i.._-i: '/,'. C fjni'lin. S';i.-i-elary. OUR BOARDING MOUSE By AHERN By WILLIAMS EGAD, IP THESE WE^E NOT rWYOWN DICE, S/XV TWEV WERE HOPPEt) U1 WE\L LET THENCE' •REST T=OR THE NONCE , AND I\L PLAY NOD STUDTOKER- YOU'RE ONE OP THOSE WINNER-SUnS/; TYMS IS "yOURE BEST NIGHT/ ,S\NCE L\Gr-\T .'TOWER HOUSE _. "DOWN / NAME TVA WEAPONS, SUH /-"-I'LL PL/XY YOU FIND BUTTON,TO •BEETLE -S# 220 -2/40 LUCK WENT / 1 LOOkED AT TH' DRAWIN 1 , ALL RIGHT, AM' 1 THOT SURE IT SAID RIGHT- HAND THREAD, B UT -BUT — WELL, I SHOULD OF BEEN MORE CAREFUL, 1 KWOW, BUT.... \ f YEH-YOU SHOULD BE MORE CAWE.FUL WELL, THROW IT OUT AND * I'LL GET TH' BLACKSMITH SHOP RI6MT" AT ANOTHER ONE. THAT 6UV JUST SPOILED AT LEA9T A HUNDERD AN 1 PIFTY DOLLAR RORGINj BUT I GUESS TH 1 BULL O'TH' WOODS IS SO USED TO SPOILED JOBS, HE AIN'T SAVIN' MUCH TO TH 1 GUV ABOUT IT. VEH-AN'THAT GUV IS SO UNUSED TO BEIN' SHORT IN HIS PAY, THAT WHEN HE WAS SHORT 1 EIGHTEEN CENTS IN HIS PAY, HE HOLLERED LIKE A GUINEA HEN/ THAT WAS DIFFERENT THQ WASN'T ITp T. M ntd u s PAT. orr. TWO MfSTAK&S, Y «e»5tRVICt I«C. 9-19 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Boots Is Willing! ViEU. ,-S.V.V. -VELV VOU Chit A. 6-0-0-O \_-O-Nr(bVMS\T ^ a '6 A v'ot iSyMARTIN *^T ^,TfsV ( I V/OV\tN \.OOV<\NG I OO C> vou sows. V*ME. —- — y oooe | .V v. \ \ „• f .•. . O t9il«BY HE» SCnVICC. INC T M BEG, U S. PAT. ALLEY OOP Fine Feathers, Fine Bird, Huh.. By HAML1N D'YA MEAN T'TELL ( YEP, YOU'LL WEAR ME I G-OTTA ) 'EM, AN' LIKE IT/ WEAR THESE f( C'MON LE'S SEE. THIN6S? /\ HOW THEY PIT/, MY, MY/ AI NT ) ( 6-OC6EOUS.') WOTTA . THAT <;u/ci i "i V: ^ . '/ THAT SWELL? WASHTUBBS ' .X €> 1934 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RtG. U. S. PAT. OCT. f3s Never Satisfied! By CRANE ! FIRST IT'S fl BOOT W THE PAKJTS.) EVE ; EH? / PUT A BEEF- THEN -IT'S A BLACK J N^__ / _>\'5TEftK ON IT. BYE. 7 IDIOT, I'D EAT IT I'D EAT ANYTHING/ T'M FORCED TO ASSOCIATED PEAR, ME.' WHV DlPNT VOU UJITH THE RIFF-RAFF OF /TELL US VOU WEREN'T HAVING THE WORLD. MV FEET /A GOOD TIME? ARE KILLING ME. I'M 8E1N6 DEVOURED BY MOSQUITOES. I'M— O 1 934 BY NEA SCfWICE, INC. T. M. WOTTA GUY.' NEVER > SATISFIED. HE USED TO CRAB BECAUSE HE WASN'T HUNGRY NOW COMPLAINS BECAUSE HE IS. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS On the Small End! WELL,KIUTTY. SHE'S ALL SET TO SHOW TO THE GAKJG.' ™i\ - ; %i^% m^'^cr YOU KNOV/, FRECI^.THIS BUSINESS OF GOING INTO PARTNERSHIP IN OWM- |NG THIS CAR IS THE BERRIES...WE'LL DO EVERYTHING F-IFTY-FIFTY. 1 / THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) THERE ! "THE COOK AND M C 600SEY LIME,..THIS HALF IS MINE AMD THE OTHER HALF IS ^rfouRS.' How's THAT? ' \ I'D MELP YOU CRAMK, } OLD BOY, BUT THAT'S YOUR HALF...AND, IF IT WONT START, THAT'S YOUR PROBLEM .' Looking for Trouble! DONT YOU WORRY ABOUT MY HALF... IT'LL WORK AS SOON AS PUT SOME GASOLINE X* INI YOUR HALF !! Bv COWAN YEP LOOKIN 1 / VOU ret? A WIFE "•> /I TROUBLE / WHY DOUTCHA »• ^\ A\DVE.RTISE1 ? YEQ OUT vou-ce our SUPe\ TVlEtJ YOU CM* SPECIFY OUST WHKT NX50 V ER A REDHEAD - ' ER PLUMP SEND YOU THE\O PtCTOOEl YEKH; BUT HOW EW YOU GO\Vs|' T'KMOW V/HKV THEY LOOK IV 1 M 1,1 ,. u S PAT Oil TSj

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