__ U.S. Diplomat to PtetiftfcA f*m*tt> - r 14 Root psnck. point fluid. reason. g c 44 enters. |V »4 Knock. I* 1 'Sit Bellows. is tf. s. - diplomat to 32 Onvat, 83 Thick shrub. I*.' . 34 Indicated. . ,1$ Above. 39 those that harass. asm it I loi 4t 3.1416. 42 Thin. 43 Immerses. 48 Pol fee spy 47 Measure of cloth. 49 Freedom from war. 51 Edge of a roof. 52 To gibe. 64 Acidity. GSHis title (pi.). VKllTM'AJ, 1 Jesters. 2 To leave oat. 3 To harden. 4 Half an em. 5 Skeins of yarn, C Groin.' 7 To regret. S To discern. 9 TwJrfs. 13'Burden. 16 Jot. .17 To discuss. 19 Mntgrnss. ;2t To depart by I. boat. 23 Ship's deck. 24 Cteftus of frogs. 25 Disciples. 26 Butter lumps, 28 fo harvest. 30 Sharp pull. 31 To require. 33 Ho wns ambassador to . 84 Damp. 35 To le&k. 37 Sundry 39 Serni. 40 Orass blade. 42 Molten rock. 44 Membranous bags. 46 North Amcrirn 47 Being. 48 Mendow. 50 Company. 52 South America 53 Road. Shover Springs 5, The farmers are all about through gathering their crops in -this com munity. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert of near f Fulton spent the week-end with their sister Mrs. Gifford Byers and Mr. • Byers. r Hugh Leslie of Shreveport, La., spent • t the week-end with homefolks. ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collier were ; Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,' George Crews of Harmony. Mr. and Mrs. Kermitt Mitchell and ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitten of Big f Bodcaw, spent Sunday with Mr. and Sell I« Find It! Rent Itf Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKETPLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30t For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one atf 3 times, 6c line, min. 50« 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 tim^s, 3%c line, min. ?2.76 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTK—Want ads will be accepted With the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication- Phone 76& Mrs. Hoyett Laseter. Miss Ester Bell Jones was Sunday supper guest of her uncle Howard Collier and Mrs. Collier. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and little daughter, Mary Sue, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Early McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Silas Sanford of Hope called at the same place in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWilliams spen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reed Hollis Dixon of Rosston Rt. 2, called on Miss O'mer Sherman Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. McWilliams called on Mrs. Charles Rogers Friday afternoon. Wallace Phillips called on his aunt Mrs. Charles Rogers Saturday afternoon. ' " f Mr. and ,-Mra Kermitt 'Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitten of Bodcaw, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyett Laseter all called on Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Huckabee Sunday afternoon. Miss Frances Laseter of Shreveport, La., spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Hoyett Laseter the past week. Grandmother Mitchell spent Sunday with her grandson Merrell Huckabee and.Mrs. Huckabee. Bryan Ruggles is on the sick list. We 'hope to soon hear of him being better. FOR RENT TOR'RENl'—Furnjihed South bedroom| vlth Mrge, cloiset. Phone 679. 7 I ' ' ' ' ; 14-3tp . FOR RENT—Bedroom, adjoining bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine. Phone 906 _ ll-6tc FOR RENT—Furnished two room Apartment, private entrance and adjoining bath. Mrs. Walter Locke. Phone 403-W. i4-3t c FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three room apartment close in. See Mrs. Charles Briant, 614 South Main St or Phone 463. 15_ 3tc FOR SALE FOR SALE—Young Jersey Milch cow. In good condition. See Tom Middlebrooks, 626 North Main street. 15-3tp ' FOR SALE—New Dobbs and Mal- Jory hats ?2.98. All kinds of new and used clothing. Joyce and Floyd Mc- 14-3tc FOR SALE—Equity in 1935 Plymouth Delux Coupe, cheap, mileage 3000. Inquire P. O. box 167. LOST LOST—One red heifer, weight about 325 pounds. In good condition. C. H. Sutton at Sutton and Hale Service Station. 14-3tp NOTICE 150.09 REWARD Stolen from our pasture, one mile' East of Hope, near John Cornelius home, the last week in September }935. One big Jersey cow. Branded X qn left hip. $50.00 reward for arrest and conviction of theft. Briant & Company. 8-6tp WANTED PINE HEADING BOLTS AND ROUND BLOCKS 23-in. LONG. For prices and specifications Apply to HOPE HEADING COMPANY Hope, Ark. Phone 245 $50 to $500 On Cars and Trucks. Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER TRY THE Sea Food Market at Home Ice Company Fresh Sea Foods direct from the original French Market at New | Orleans. EW gAMP VVNSH SERVIC& NEUON-HUCKINf LAUNDRY COMPANY WANTED TO BUY-Men's suits, suits and dresses and any other used clothing. Joyce and Floyd McDowell. 14-Stc WANTED— To rent or buy 'A, 1 or 1% ton used truck. Must be in good Condition. Viftceat Foster. 14-3tp RINTING That Makes An Impression We turn out Fast Jobs That Don't Look Like "Rush" Jobs. Uur reprtsenalive will be tflad to call and furnish free estimates on your work. STAR ' PublUhing Co. PHONE 768 , October 15,1461 fiOARDING HOUSE By AHERN By WILLIAMS OUT OUR WAY D6 CRICk AM 1 <3\T DlS MULE A 3Wk/ DECIMCM IS LOOSE, OM TM' TKAIL— RkSHT SAY, WILL VOU G\VE WHEN I WAS KNOWN HOPUE:",! COULtS 01* BE A T/XFFY PULL TOU6VAT A OP ^7 •ROUN'DS WVTVA THE: YORK£>H\FE "RING AN ANVIL WITH H\S T=\ST— HE A BRISTLY MOUSTACHE AND TH\CK .YvlRY BEARD -^.WHEN I TlN\ SHE'D SNIPFLE TOSTEWS IAfe'1 TQ^A f ' A SOCK POR MY CAT 5 UP IN A ALWAYS CALLS WAS SMOOTH SVWEN "i SURE UE WlLLALVIN- OV&"R THfc 'PHONS&-- WATER TK3HT <o IMS av Mr* siaviec, we. T. M. ntc. u. s. PAT. on BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Nice Going, Fella! by MARTlM ^01936 BY NgA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF ALLEY OOP Hey — Wait for Foozy! By HAMLIN ^^ ^ ' ' ' WELL, I'LL 6E A SNAGGLE TOOTHED KALEFBV. THEY GUN OFF AN' LEFT ME/ « waiiVjj'V- • i i .~\\\-- : ^~iWfW '••'•': •'''<.^~' : i'- f *K . j, ip- *^A-^S iiitiinniMi *© 1935 BY.JJ^A.SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF, j WASH TUBES Not While Easy's Around By CRANE 'OU BBT WE WILL f ^WE'LLTAKE THE V BURMA PA FEET MOBODVfe (5UWMER B64T)LAW IWTO OUR J WlTHA DA REP F HE WON'T, ME OUTER 4OOO r-« JHEVAREI TORTURS MK.BGOER. VE,£UPPERY\ HE KMOW/5 STOLE\ WHO PIP. HE THAT &OLO I ADMITS (T. MAKE HIM ROM TIP TO TIP TME</ SEARCH THE FRECKLES ANP HIS FRIENDS The Pilot's By BLOSSER AND L £ DIDN'T ' B/EW GET INTQTHE GAME / WE SCRUBS PLAYED AS HARD AS WE COULD X BUT THEY TOOK US....4WD How.' HCW COME YOU LET THE SCRUBS TAKE SUCH A LACING? WHY DIDN'T YOU PUT IN THE FIRST TEAM ? BECAUSE THE (FIRST TEAM HAD jSHOWN INDIFFERENCE ON THE(PRACTICE FIELD- THEY DIDN'T DESERVE THE CHANCE ID PLAY .'.' THE NEWFANGLES (IWom'n Pop? / IF 1 WAS RUNNIN' THIS GOVERNMENT, TUE FIRST THEY COULDA MOPPED UP ON MILFORD/ BUT, INSTEAD, SHADYSIDE TOOK A DRUBBING !! WINNING POOTBALL GAMES ISN'T THE MOST IMPORTANT , THING IN LIFE '' I'M TRYING TO MOLD YOUNG LIVES ' I'M TRYING TO TEACH BOYS THAT LIFE IS LIKE A FOOTBALL GAME ' ONLY THOSE WHO TRY, CAN SUCCEED' wow; IF YOU COULD LEARN SPANISH,' X3U COULD KEEP -fyUR MOU TH SHUT AND BE MINDING YOUR CWN BUSINESS,, IN TWO LANGUAGES OKAY, ROOSE / OkTAY ' I 6UES5 THERE'S MO /* ANSWER lb AM y^ AR6UMENJT THAT / IOLIKETOHEA.R HIM TELL. HER SON\E.THIN',AND ^AA^KE IT STICK Yeah, Why Waste It? (AOACH ROOSE .WHO HAS WHIPPED SEVERAL 5HADX- 5iDE Hi<3H FOOTBALL 6QUADS IKITO CHAMP/OU5H/P FORM/ AfsID 15 AIM/M6 TO DO IT AGAINJ THIS yEAR, IS (SOING TO TELL VOU, (W THIS COMIC STRIP AT INTERVALS DUC/Nja THE FOOTBALL SEASON, HOW TO PLAY THE VARIOUS POSITIONS IM THE 60DI SAME. WATCH FOR THE FIRST OF HIS PI6SKINJ POINTERS, FRIDAV, OCTOBER IS. M- fo* |f> THE MAIM REASON ISTIUY' OIVy.' OKAY/ WANT TH ACT TOURIST HOIAE, \ I TX»iT ^WND RUKN\N' IS TWEAN VOU AWAY / ATOUR15T PLACE — r--Rotv\ TWE STCVES AND / IT'S THE. TPOUPE OF SOAP BOXES v/CIRCUS FREAKS YOU'RE ooiN 1 fHERD IN.TBOAUD.' THE FIRST THING YA KNOW, YOlJU. HAVE NE OUT BALLYHOOIN" FER-mEIV^, "• FRONT OF THE UOUSE' By COWAN BE SOME PLACE, AND IT WIGHT BETTED BE HERE VTHAN DOWN IN FRONT OF' CURLEY'S $1" <*»• tfc a,,', .
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