Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 22, 1935 · Page 4
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IS Its emperor, Selassie. 19 Unusually large grade. ! 20 Fly ing toys. ;23 Above. •23 Tree fluid. 24 Serf. , 26 Tone deaden] Ing devices. 28 Pennies. 31 Clips. 32 This country was —— during the World War. 33 Fragment. 35 Pear-shaped figure. 36 Artists' frames. 38 Strip. 40 Danger. 43 Caterpillar hair. 43 To couple. 45 Age. 46 Spain. 47 You and I. 49 Golf device. 51 You and me. 52 Snnlli America. Dashes tc Freedom PEIPING/— (JP)— A drug smuggler £j4<!Vho survived his own execution has "*^ Deluded the authorities of the Anchi ' <? district near here. , ' At the execution, the condemned ,man was made to kneel. A soldier , , took careful aim at his head, fired, fand the man fell forward on his face. , The soldier and supervising magis- frf 'j-trated departed. f if But wnen coolies came for the body. ,", the "corpse" leaped to his feet dashed f' into a corn field and disappeared •, 'among the leafy stalks. ft' Want It Printed COMMISSIONER'S SALE We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. What ever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 3d d»y of October, 1935, in a certain cause then pending j therein wherein The Georgia State' Savings Association of Savannah, et al. are plaintiffs and Cora McRae Hanegan et al. are defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said j Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, ,at the front door or entrance to The Citizens National Bank of Hope, in the City of Hope, -in Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, f the 9th day of November, 1935, the following described property situated in the county of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, to-wit: j A part of the Southwest Quarter of j the Northeast Quarter (SWV 4 NE'/4) of I Section Thirty-three (33), Township j Twelve (12) South, Range Twenty- j four (24) West, described as follows, to-wit: Begin at the northeast corner of Ninth and Elm Streets in the City of Hope, Arkansas, and run thence northerly along the east boundary line of said Elm Street one hundred (100) feet, run thence easterly at right angles to said Elm Street one hundred forty-eight (148) feet, run thence southerly and parallel with Elm Street to a stake on the north boundary line of said Ninth Street, run thence west along the north boundary line of said Ninth Street back to the point of beginning, the same being situated in the City of Hope, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute bond as required by law and the decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent (10%) per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 14th day of October, 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery Oct. 15, 22 I Sell IU Find It! Rent It! Buy IU / in the Hope Star MARKET PUCE Remember, xh.e more you tell, the quicker you selL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30t For consecutive insertions, mini• mum of 3 lines in one arf 3 times, 6c line, min. 50« : 6 times, *c line, min. 90c • 26 limes, 3&c line, min. ?2.7ft (Average SV* words to the Une) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted With the understanding that the biU «» payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication Phone 76& COMMISSIONER'S SALE WANTED WANTED—Seven Foot Bois D' Arc Posts See Mrs. David Davis. Phone w-J. . :! *~~~~ FOR RENT RENT: Furnished apartmenl private bath and garage. Automaii water heater. Phone 235. Mrs. S. O Norton. 22 ; :i! FOR SAl,E " FOR SALE—Good two-horse wagoi and a mule, cheap. John Guilfoylf Hope, Ark., Route Three. 22-3t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That i pursuance of the authority and di- ections contained in the decretal rder of the Chancery Court of Hemp- tead County, made and entered on 3d day of October, 1935, in a ertain cause then pending therein wherein The Bank of Blevins is com- ulainant and W. H. Brooks et al. are lefendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer or sale at public vendue to the lighcst bidder, at the front door or entrance to The Citizens National Bank Building in th<j City of Hope, n Hempstead County. Arkansas, with- n the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 9th day of November, 1935. the following described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: The East Half of the Southwest Quarter <£>,<; SW'/4> of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ten (10) South, Range Twenty-three i2li) West, containing 80 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond a.s required by law and the order and decree of jaid court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of eight per cent i'8't) per annum i'rom date of =ale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 9th day of October, 1935. DALE JONES Commissioner in Chancery. Oct. 15, 22 HOF1 , '--j^*Tf^, HOUSE TOR W BOVS _, . ,_XT MCUTrA.II, M£ TO WN, __ OTTATTLHTOHt ff BUT t tteCUNtfc t GOOF DOESNT KNOW J* BECAUSE Vt CITY QLUT US\N S /( WOULO INT£W£W • — ••- <^ wrm iyvy.?>\AN6 HIM''WHAT'S VOUK "SL TOR THE -AH.HE. TH* CUD AN SAYS, " T/A TOT? TH* YVORK\N<bNMxN- SHORTER LADDERS TOT HOUSt PAINTERS/ f ByAHERN WELL-^ you've , 3OT TVO t>LU6 HAT, TOR A . &T-^P^j(£fH I ALLTVV By WiLLIAl m HOOPLA' ^U/MUT ABOUf 0)6 AlW'r • UfiO+*-2--i- OKI — TMIWKO' 1 ORCVB VOJ MOMS FROM C5AMCE, AM 1 SADDUfeD VOT" ;--coMe OM, dir IMT ^ £} WE A HARD T'DAY tifflk f\ f/\ t- n OLD FAlTHPUL —, — J.R-V 3 19JS D» Nt* SERVICE. I«C. T. M. RCO. U. S, TA1 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Huh? i ! IT by MARTINI "Yovo'.'vrb CCA.O GOT THfX^. VOOD TWt OOT ALLEY OOP VX V-CTC-o K>\C'5R V, T .. WO /; i\ \O _ 'D . v > , WE. , © 1935 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. Just One More River to Cross By HAMLIN1 GEE,OOOLA-TM SURE GLAD TSEE yOU AM' OU DINNV-X I'M AFRAID WHY, I'M AS GOOD AS . BACK HOME IN MOO; ALREADX.... IT'S NOT QUITE AS SIMPLE AS THAT- WE'VE GOT AN AWFUL BIG RIVER TO CROSS - AW-WHATS A GIVER TO «JWy/?HECAN YES,BUT WAIT X -- X SWIM,CAW'T TILL yOU SEE THIS^-^ HE? RIVER -CCO5SIKJG IT IS GOING TO TAKE MORE THAM JUST SWIMMIKIG/ "THIS IS GONNA BE ATOUGH STREAM TGIT ACROSS / SAY I DOW'T KMOW,MySELF>\MOW'DJOO MANAGE YOU SEE, WE FELL IM 1TGIT AMD THEN,THE KJEXT Jk _, ' ^f?^. THING I KWEW, WE MflttlMliS S^m^^emasamf^ ^ WERE OW THIS WASH TUBES Another Theory Shot By CRANl Y HATE TO THINJK, SIR/ THAT MR. BlfiQER MI6HT HAV£ BIW MURDEREP 6V OME OF U: i' • I HAVE A THEORY SIR . MR. BI66ER WAS PURT/ $KEEREP AMD MI6HT OF SWUM OVER TO THAT OTHER ISLAND? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OVER THERE,SIR. YOU KIM \ SEE IT OM A CLEAR PAV, IF VOU'RE UP HIQH EWOUQH. /A IS"-MILE SWIM—THAT'S BUT HARDLV HUMPH! 'SM POSSIE L., «| V POSSIBLE- / PROVABLEJCORHELIUSCOULDj 'ix-S-. ^XVL ^/SIA/IM A UICKI PAT. OFF ?7 HERE'S TEN ^FRECKLES, IXPLLARS MORE, / I ONLY DOCTOR, TO )WISH I •PLY ON THE < COULD COST OF THAT JARRAMGE OPERATION ! y-froo rr FOR NOTHING/ BUT I'LL NEED '^jjjj^ ASSISTANCE....AND """ NURSES AND HOSPITALS COST MoMey/ m UNDERSTAND, DOCTOR.' f BUT, WHY DIDN'T "YOU SIMPLY GIVE THIS MONEY <WANTANY Freckles Knows His Mother AND, IF i kWELL/MO uousr GAVE TH By BLOSSEJ MOM I DOESN'T ; MOTHER, OF US ID AND LET HER J KNOW USE IT TO PAY \^f 1£ L SE EXPENSESjlR^BLIWG ' HER' MONEY TO IHER, SHE'D USE IT TO BUY THINGS R.R POP AN'- ( ?\GAN' ME MOTHERS ,RE LIKE THAT/ ' ^* ^ ^ ^P"V ' •• «MB^ "—- •• HOW TO PLAY CUA11U G UARDS today aren't the big men of yesteryear; they are necessarily light ami fast, for they must pull out and run interference on all end runs and trick maneuvers. However, a guard must carry enough beef that he can hold his own on defense. Proper stance of a guard is a crouch with the feet spread so that'the toe of the outside foot is on a line with the heel of the inside foot. Very little weight is on the liands. From this position, the player can charj-e ahead, or pull out of line to aid a runner. The chai'ge should lie low and from in neath, so as<to lift the defense away fmji man who is carrying Hie ball. (T n C''"'~ After a defensive guard luis taken'ran: of his immediate opponent, his next, duly is to Jook for the man with the hull. a? .jW.HOWTOPlA,VTll JEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Emmy Beat Windy to It By COW, LAW5E.Y.' LAVVSEY.' YO WIFE IS BOYIN' A. BOACDIN' HOUSE, JEST T'porr YOU TYVORK-UW-UM- NO WONDAK YOU IS BLUE / YEAH- SHE'S GOT A JOB PER N£ EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY/ TSU'.TSH; AW WAD DA SAME. K1NDA IDEE TWO YEAC2S AGO, AN' NVAW WIFE. IS BEEN BUSY DOIN\ WASH\N' EVAU SINCE J YOU MEAN VOU OOT THE \DEE OP TAWN' IN WA'iUN, ..T'KEEP THE WIFE BUSY, ELH? U>r '// V Y-' V" SHOO/ TKAT'S WHERE YOU WAS R6ST ASLEEP. MiSTAH Y/INDY .' , 'YEAH,i snoout>OUWTA HAVE THOUGHT UP SOME K1NDA BUSINESS THETV/OUVIV^ PUT HERTWORK — U ! D\D YOU BROADCAST THAT IDEE AROUND WHERE fAY VrfH COULD HEAR ? \W)Ot> OOWKVS- 3«~ ftft5T»»jiinw-. \ (lj 1935 BY ME* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. > >\^ J . . —•

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