Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1935 · Page 4
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W^p •:. Little Actress lOfift or the "Sttbwfi shadow HUM an [3 G& (Midll 6fl4 who laces. *» !« in debt. BNlfehi tods. ' if Oftt grass. 18 Salute. StfTff stop. JiJ&IMs 1 homes, tana fl BI1WH M |5|N|EIEIRJPA|C|O|R TO the l«re. 2S Drum. 33 To arrange , cloth. ,3t£xcuse. 35 Values. SB Parrot fish. 62 To co|ltate. 63 Senior. 54 Ballot wish. 56 Her v;crt> popular around the world. 5? Slxt w'it> a itoii ot mm. 4 Exploit. 5 Enthusiasm 6 To rant. 7 Frosts. S Wigwam. 'J Ages. lUTo fail to win. inspired ':<• 41 To rub out. i "4$ Crippled, 49 Japanese fish. 50 Broader. famous on t!;« reverence, 1^? 12 To peruse. IS Her specialty, 'i Largest to-.u!. 's tales. She retired after her . 23 To consecrate. 24 Horse's home. 26 Coin. 27 ttodent. 25 To imitate. 3u Wing. 31 Flour box 32 Sash. 3s Toilet box. 3D Powder ingredient. -ID Mud in a river 41 Pitcher. 4 1 To vex. 43 Totals. 44 To observe. 45 Makes a mistake. 46 Flu Id rock. 47 Vigilant. 48 Speck. 52 Municipal police. 55 Corpse. Hickory Shade j little son Chai-les Dennon spent Suni day with relatives near Piney Grove. We had some good preaching here Saturday night and Sunday. t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cusick spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Calhoun and fam- «y- ) Mrs. Lucy Terry, Mrs. Sam Terry 'Miss Annie Terry and Miss Nora Biddie called on Mrs. afternoon. Sarah Bradford . "•'Mrs. Allie Malone and son Floyd spent Sunday and family. with Mrs. C." Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Freman Crider and Legal Noiice COBSftllSSIOiNER'S SALE BOARDING HOUSE By AMERN OUT OUR WAY 16. 1981 By WILLIAMS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I in pursuance of the atuhority and di- | rections contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the 3rd day of October, A. D. 1935 in Sel) Jt' Fjld U! Bent Itf ic the IIopp Sta; Buy It! MARKET PLACE ine more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c for consecutive insertions, minimum ot 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 53« 6 times, 8c line, min. 90c 26 times, S'/zc line, min. $2.76 (Average 5Vi words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 a certain cause (No. 2947) then pend- ! i ing therein between The Midland Sav- i Margie Malone took dinner with I ings f. Loan Company, a corporation, 1 , Alta Bruce. |complainant, and J. A. Eagle; Alma A. i 'Eagle; Marion Wasson, as State Bank Commissioner, in charge of Arkansas Bank and Trust Company, Insolvent, of Hope, Arkansas, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public '• vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door on entrance of the Court House in the Town of Washington, j Hempstead County, Arkansas, within ! the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 9th day of November, A. D. 1935, the following described real estate, to-wit: , The Easterly Ninety (93) feet of lots numbered Eleven and Twelve (11 and j 12), in Block numbered Five (5), in j Ruffin's Addition to the City of Hope, I Arkansas, according to the recorded plat thereof, the tract of land hereby described having a frontage of one hundred (100) feet on South Main Street by a depth of ninety (90) feet facing West Twelfth Street, in Hempstead County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold so secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 8th day of October, A. D. 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery Oct. 9, 16 FOR RENT FOIl RENT—Furnished South bedroom with large closet. Phone 679. 14-3tp FOR RENT—Bedroom, adjoining bath, private entrance. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine. Phone 906. U-6tc FOB RENT—Furnished two room apartment, private entrance and adjoining bath. Mrs. Walter Locke, Phone 403-W. 14-3tc FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three room apartment close in. See Mrs. Charles Briant, 614 South Main St. or Phone 463. 15-3tc. COMMISSIONER'S SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE—Young Jersey Milch COW. lt\ good condition. See Tom Mtddlebrooks, 626 North Main street. 15-3tp FOB SALE—New Dobbs and Mal- Jory hats $2.98. All kinds of new and used clothing. Joyce and Floyd McDowell" 14-3tc FOB SALE— Equity in 1935 Plymouth Pclux Coupe, cheap, mileage 3000. Inquire P. O. box 167. 14-3tp LOST e red heifer, weight about 325 pounds. In good condition. C. H. Button at Button and Hale Service 14-3tp WANTED Man or woman to supplv customers with famous Watkins Products in prescott. No investment. Business established, earnings average S25 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Comoany. 70-82 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 10-16-30 WANTED TO BUY—Men's suits. JLadits suits and dresses and any other used clothing. Joyce and Floyd McDowell. H-3tc WANTED—To rent or buy '/j, 1 or 1% ton used truck. Must be in good Condition. Vincent Foster. 1-l-Stp NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead bounty, made and entered on the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1935 in certain cause (No. 2955) then pend- ng therein between Marion Wasson, State Bank Commissioner, in charge | of the Washington State Bank of Washington, Arkansas, Insolvent, complainant, and Walter Lee and Rosa Lee, his wife, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will r;ffer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at iho front door or entrance of the Court House in the Town of Washington, Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hour.s prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday the 9lh clay of November, A. D. l'J35, the following described real estate, lo-wit: An undivided one-third hat-rest in and to the Northwest Quarter of the j Southwest Quarter (NW'A SW','4) of Section Three <3), Township Twelve! U2) South. Range Twenty-five <25> i West, in Hempstead County, Arkansas TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of, three months, the purchaser being re- | quired to execute a bond us required i by law and the order and decree of | said Court in said cause, with approv- | td .security, bearing intcrt-t at the rate <.( ten per cent per ,-jnn'irn from date of .sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the prenii.se.s sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this Ii.h day of October, A. D. 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery Oct. 9. 16. , THEM WORMS W tW r <xis c THAfS I CAU&H' ONCfc WVTH X . AIMT 60WWA Bit S -OfJ, THEM OTHER FILL' WORM'S, l£ t/OO <3O 'EM ALL. THey C3OOD ON 10» M3PUT YEARS H6 PLUSVfcti AV4 S Vf t>VDNT' TOUCH\N<b UP H\© \vie> WITH CAN TELL.tV&N TH\S -DISTANCE,\T HAS, A. „ "PHONY COL.OR THAT , WVTH HIS ^ FUB-B-T 5PUT--T HA\R A HOOPLt K3R SIX BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Dear, Dear ! ! ! by MARTIN TV\t DOCTOR P 0\tJ6 TO GET > \\^ 1 ^f^ro * rwM-V^ © 1935 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC..U. S. PAT. _ By HAMLIw A Strong Argument ALLEY OOP BUT THEY CANT LEAVE ME BEHIND - I'M GO/N'/TOO I'LL JUMP RIGHT IN AN' FOLLOW'EM-THAS WHAT I'LL DO. 1 MOW I SEE HOvV COME THEY WEMT OFF RELL MELL/ TH' BAMK CAVED IN AM' DOWN THEY FELL/ T. M. Ma u.«. mr WASH TUiJtfS v \7opp Slippery Gets a Break 6EEVA DA R£P H0f> fHOLD ON! KJOT srawt SGB AWVDME TORTURED. By CRANE . _I60IM'T&T£LLM/HO SH-HSJ I! GltfLt OUR 7REAS(JRE,OR DO ) POKER/ M.EASC DO.'JT N STU^P. .| Iv ».VE HA ; TOMA(/C V£ TELL? — OH HO I WE'LL'FIMD OUT WMODAR6AL IS, ARE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BOYS, I NEED YOUR HELP.' I WAWT YOU TO SEE WHERE FRECKLES GOES AFTER PRACTICE .' OKAY, COACH, I'LL DO IT! YOU'LL WEED MY HELP TOO, JIMMY .' YOU'RE WO DETECTIVE / YOU COULDN'T FIWD TRACKS IN A CAR BARW .' // SEZ You.' FRECKLES WAS OUR STAR LAST YEAR-..BUT HE HASSJ'T EVEN COME CLOSE THIS SEASON / SOMETHING IS BOTHERING THAT , BOY .'.' / ME ! I'M GOING ID HELP HIM, IF I CAN.' 'BLAST YOU! ANOTHER WHOA! MONE o' VBR ^ UkE W^^^'^^^gSfP (^Ay£ VOU.O 61 ' SLIPPER.V BI66GRTIU. MOEWIKJ' TO THl/Ok IT Ol/ER. By BLOSSER WOT EVEN HIS FOLKS KWOW WHAT SEEMS ID BE OW HIS MIND.' fM ANXIOUS ID KNOW WHAT HE DOES/ YOU SEE,COACH,THIS PUG NOSE OF MINE IN- D.CATES CURIOSITY/ J" 05 * ^^ ' TOO MUCH CURIOSITY // AND SOME TIMES A FLATTENED ¥ n i V THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Things Take Shape for Windy By COWAN WWW VOU DO'.N \ I'M BEATING IT DEAU, WUSTAU ) I ktNT COIN' WINDY ? y r BE NO NURSE- IAMDTO A. BUNCH v OF CIRCUS FREAKS LOOK AT THE.S6 PICTURES OF THE CIPCUS PEOPLE WHO UAVE fONMSED t-ILLlE TO COME AND STAY AT OUR TOURIST HOME- • , TUE FOUR NMDGETS AND TOE" TATTOOED IWtfJ-AND MERE'S THE SWORD SWAULQWER • ISN'T HE AND THERE'S THE TIGHT ROPE WALKER, IN TUE CENTER /OH-OH//J TUE rv\one. \ THINK OF THIS TOURIST MOUSE IDEA., THE BETTER "5HE SHAPES UP! I UNVrA.' /

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