Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 2, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 2, 1934
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Platonic Love to Previous Ptitzlc of ancient times. founded the , 1« Inwptlons. l* Lawful. S* To decorate. *4 Pertaining to . the moon. S« Falsehood. 2? Jumbled type. JJFontt of "be," 'f,' !< place. o£ courtesy. 3« Rubbish. 3t The rainbow. 9* Note 1» scale. 40 Spain, 4t Toward sea. •4* Upon. 45 Preposition. 47 Ingredient of powder. 49 Cuckoopint. 51 Satirical . "-sketch. 63 To accomplish. 3 Every. 55 Facet of a 4 Trail of a gown. D One versed in the 'supernatural. 7 Company. S Constellation. 3 Metal scoop. brilliant. 56 Farewell. 67 Like. 5S Ireland. 59 To place in line. 61 To leave put. ^ 63 In his , he jo An extremely creates an selfish person. 11 Mud. 12Waysid» hotel. 13 Corpst. . • 15 Cows. 17 In punishment for his critl- ideal govern. Ing class.r" 64 He was a native of — VERTICAL 2 Pound. cisms of his government lie was made a (pi.). in Labels, 21 He believed that "the kingdom of heaven is —•— you." 23 Enfillsh coin. 125 Fence bar. 127 Matter trow n sore. 29 Prophet. 31 Snare. 32 Father. .14 Age. 38 Oceans. 41 Set of ornaments. 43 Soda ash. 44 To decree. 46 Bulb flower. 45 Pertaining to a city. 49 Maple shrub. 50 Bill of fare. 52 X. 54 Hops kilns. 59 Morindin dye. 60 Each. 61 Exclamation. 62 Myself. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Market Place the more you teH quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, mfa, 3to ttw Ifov consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, nun. 50c 6 tiroes, 5c line, nun. We <K times, 3%e line, nun. J2.7* (Average 5V4 words to the lineV KOTB— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that UM bill is payable on presentation of itatement, befor* th« first publi- Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. RENT—Furnished four-room apartment, private bath, electric re- firigerator. Phone 132. Mrs. K. G. McRae. 27-3t~c. . RENT—Comfortable bedroom, i adjoining bath; close in. Phone 505-W. 2-3tc. FOR SALE Beat Faint 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. 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. 5135 cash. Thompson Bros. Call 22. 26-3t FOR SALE—Pears 7oc bushel or 40c half bushel delivered. Phon 166. 26-3t FOR SALE—Oak fire wood, any length. Write Joe Rowo, Hope Route 4. Washington-Hope Road. l-3tp WANTED A pational 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 We willing to train during spare time or evenings to qualify as installation and service experts on all types ol 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 depot Will give for hens 10-Hc; fryers J3c; ducks 6c; turkeys 9-10c. T. P. Beard. 26-3tp WANTED—-To rent pasturge for 60 head cattle. Must have good water. Well fenced. See Jewell or Harry Moore. 26-3tc NOTICE 'NOTICE—For Sale or Rent, 80 acres land, 2 houses, electric lights, running water, 6 mules, 8 milk cows with young calves, 1 mile from town. Call 392. 27-3t NOTICE—F«r Sale or Ht-»t, 14 acre*. deep well. Ten pecan trees 10 years old. Electric Lights. One mile from tov/0. Call 392. 27-3t Centerville Mr. and Mrs. James Olcn Langston spent Saturday night with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham of Prescott spent Saturday night with Mr. Cunningham's father, Will Goad. Mrs. Waynum MalCne who has spent sometime with her parents at Prescott, returned home Tuesday. Mr., and Mrs. Herbert Clark of Hope called oh Lee Jones and family Sunday. Mrs. Millican spent a while Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Andy McElroy. Miss Kalie Goad is spending a few days with her uncle of near Emmet. Statement ol the Ownornhip, Mana?*. mcnt, Circulation, Etc., Required by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912, Of Hope Star, published daily except Sunday, at Hope, Arkansas, for October 1, 1934. State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead, SS. Before me, a Notary .Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Alex. H. Washbum, who, having been duly sworn according to, law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of the Hope Star and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 411, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse or this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas. Editor Alex H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas. ' Managing Editor Leonard Ellis, Hope, Arkansas. 2. That the owners are: Star Publishing Co., Inc., Hope, Arkansas. C. E. Palmer, Texarkana, Texas. Alex. H. Washburn, Hope, Arkansas. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: Duplex Printing Press Co., Battlo Creek, Mich. Citizens National Bank, Hopp, ArK- 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the nainet of the owners, stockholders, tad security holders, contain not only the list of stockholders and security .loldcrs as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in case where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than tfiat of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the ;->;)irJ stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publicat- 1 Ion sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise to paid subscribers Curing thf six mu«tb:i preceding the datu shown above is 3,421. ALEX H. WASHBURN. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of October, 1934. EMMA GREEN, Notary Public, My commission expires March 28, 1937. HOPE STAK, HOPE, ARKANSAS^ .•f- -~t^~~""" '" - —« -•- • • *• - •- .... OUR BOARDING-HOUSE Tuesday, October By AHERN OUT OUR WAY YEH—HE- WON #360 AT T5ICE •%\ BUT -DON'T TRY TO SOB HIM K)R Ax$\C LOAN/—-HE'S TIGHTER THAN A FRECKLE / AW, "&-;^?jr lr YC/U vvni^cr ^W SUPPLYING Trf i "ov . j_ __< «*•. JAKE / IfA -AS TVJS AS A "BOO MARKER CANDLtS TOR ALVIN^S 10-m CAKE .YOU'D STICK FIVE IN TrVPRO WITH A IN BACK fOUK GOATS! --YOU GUYS. WERE ALWAYS POISON IVY WHEN I , WANTED A, TOUCH / SO ^ yl-^-^ IV s .•'HEN JAKt LOOSENS: LT> ITS HIS BELT ' O fl34 BY NCA !..tnVICF!, INC. T. M, RCC, U. S. PAT. 17-2 Ik,- 'S- M-U-Q— SMUGGLE THfeT'S IT-"• SNUGGUE- •SMUGGLE - IN- VORB 81- Bte - AR r ARM«/ H _HO-HONEV-THET'S HOHEV, ALL RIGHT- HONEY D- DOVE — HONEY-DOVB~ SAY, WHY DON'T VOU QiT SOME O' TH' OTHER BOYS T'READ VORE LETTERS FPON VORE <3AL? TH6Y I BEAD TEN TIMES ^n\ PASTER'N ME. \ OH, t>SYfe ; P|Ni POH 0'JSlKlfeSS UETTUHS, BIST DSy«S TOO PASS FOH LUP L6TTUHS, '- ' r M flCC. U i f*T Off LOVE C i»3» «v Nto stnvict. i BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MY STARS '.\ SACK ?WO MV ••si C O\O V. WSKMt AS •\\VA^ '. 60 AH A<=«. W/4 D\0 I?6tt,l SAW 60 WAViV <at-oooo-<:vvuv. \M AV.V. MX U? 6 ArRWO v . OV\ WfcU O O\O VCU *? L COOVOM'T OP MV M\N HMM '. I CO\ T\\ TO a TWfe ON OF WE OONi'T •• f*?-^ >«•• * %-••', ^ /..., -\ t ALLEY OOP Royal Meditation! BT NtA SERVICE. INC. T.M^REO. U.'l ByHy MY IDEA OF MARRYING MY LIL WOOTI£TOOT OFP TO ALLEY OOP WAS ABOUT TH - SMARTEST TH/N& I EVER PID.' VAA5SIRREE/ TtVO &\KPS WITH ONE 5TONE/ WOOTIETOOT OET5 HtCSBLF A HUSBANP - AN' I &ET RID SkN&eCOUS CANDIDATE. Of? MY THRONE / -^ l " / f f >\V •• OOP'S A PLENTY TOU6H J16OEE- AN' RUNNIN' AROUND LOOSE, WITH ALL TH' FRIENDS HE'S GOT , HE MIG-HT MAKE MB PLENTY TROUBLE. 1 NOT THAT I'M SCAREP OF MM,OR NOTHIN 1 , BUT, AS MY SON-IN-LAW- WMMM VV6LL — - OL GUZ'LL BE KING- OF MOO FOB A LON6 T/MEJ YEZZIE, TROUBLES ARE ALL. OVER — &UT — I'LL &REATHE A LOT EASIER WHEN WE'VE 6OT MM SAFELY MARRIED T' TH 1 PRINCESS WOOTIETOOT / 193< 8Y NCA SERVICE. I WASH TUBES Something's Always Bitin' Him! ^VV, MAW, HAW/ VTH' HOB06S, -THAT'S THE BtSTj TOOK OLD YOU IMPUD6MT > WHELPS! IT'S wo MATTER. CLOTHES / I'M tHEER UP, BUPPiE.} FOUND A SWELL SUIT OF CLOTHES FOR YOU, NAKED/ FIRST. I /TUT, TUT I IT 'S A PRIMCEVALL VOU NEED\ i ALBERT, SUH. VERY I RITZY, IW YOUR BCJTTON- HOLE/ AN' YOU'D LOOK LIKE A BRIDEGROOM. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS .YOUMG In the Flesh! WVI l f j 1934 BV NEA 5ERVICC. INC. _T. f. REG. U. S. PAT.jJFF. WELL, WHAT'S WRONG WITH IT? 'WOTTA V'KEEP Y I THNKTHE I SCRATCHIM' FORfJSCARlCROW "T "By BLOS TELL M FELLA, DID ? HEJAR 3IFF , CAMERON? OF \ WA-3NT HE THE FELLOW WHO' BEAT ARMY PRACTICALLY SINGLE-HANDED, IM 1914, BY PLUM6IMS OVER FROM THE TEN YARP LINE,WITM THREE SECONDS TO GO..., AND FOUR GUYS DRAPED ON MIS HECK 7 ,o o..y . - r- . ^.. - J / ... AND, IF I'M KJOT MISTAKEN), HE KICKED THREE DROpklCKS AGAIMST PENN.IN THE CLOSING MINUTES OF THE GAME,' MV | ONCE TOLD ABOUT HIM PRETTY GOOD MEMORY, KID...PRETTY fiOOD,' MOST," PEOPLE FOPJSET ALL ABCtT THIMGS LIKE THAT... GRAB . A BROOM ANP GET -' TO WORK .' BY THE WAY... WHAT'S YOUR NAME THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop)_ The Plot Thickens! \ FRECKLES; X«JD WHAT'S YOUR NAME /7V/. : . BIF- CAMERON \ By COW A? YEP,THERE IT IS— ^ / THERE'S "WANTED: A WIFE, BY \i NO BACWM' WEALTHY PACHELOR-- A OUT, MUST BE BLONDE, GOOD- j NOW, NATUR£C',AND NOT OVER \ PAKI.' THIRTY-PIV6-SUBMIT PHOto- OMPKMS'C TO THE <SAU6 OF COM MEM HICK KPAFT, FINGER MAH- PPETTY BOY GUS_ THE V/EA^tL] I'VE. EEOI TH\MKlH' N PW-UEL 1_ONG OVCQ THl4 ™UP \ INHERITS $100 ( OOO., W TOMPKIHS' CORMED' oSSroo'SI x '/-roeooGHTAl BE , ^~~\ HE'S 60T IT HIP SOMEWHERE AT HOME-AND V^E «HOW HOVA7 T'MAK HIM TELL.--NOW,MY, PLAN 15-— PIPE. I I OKAY, YJEASE.L- PEU \T Up 1 , »'(!>- Iftr*-3,,^ pas?/- .•I'..t»34 BY NEA stHUICE, l»C.j

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