t >t itoty Teller HOUSE in to Previous a pasta [?JH 13WI1H SBH rasiii a nan HEHIiiH IBl lira Beams kiramra iron si aaaa anas] a _ arch. as term. S Sefl- to die K-eattng 33 Pedal digit. 34 f d push. 35 Public garden tracts. 36 Hail! 3? Anxieties. 39 Note In scale, 40 Inn. 41 Bird. 42 Naval assist* ants. 43 Soft food. 44 She was the 1 To flinch, 2 far StOp, 3 Damage. 4 First woman. 5 Pronottti. 6 Wanderers. 7 To fcreyent. 8 Temperature region. »JW11 i6¥o 11 she told at night. 12 Sheaf. 16 f 6f tttrt. 1? to make attends. 18 Ragout. 20 f irrf parttalfc 21 Mends. S3 Fera se^d. 24 Strings. 25 To tremble, 26 People. 37 To cbtisume. 28 Forcible push. M Fufigus. 31 ShOWs mercy td. 32 Embrace. 35 Church plate. 3? Musical teffii. 33 To expect. 40 Strike. 41 Simpleton. 42 Dye, 43 3.1411 ;5rel»prted Old Liberty farmers of this place are al\ -through JhatVesting their crops. •. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson of -•Hope called on relatives of this TSttoday. le'pdund supper given at the home r ,!'i&d Mrs. C. F. (Gilbert Satur- was well attended. Every- a nice time, of Dallas, Texas, is ^George Guilliams of this sW Rebecca Gilbert called on Miss SteMlrtin'' Sunday. ^_ , M cfoarid Mrs. Oscar VarJRiper vis- ; bed side of Mrs. Elex Hosier airurday afternoon. id Mrs. T. F. Hicks and fam- Miss Helen Evans were the , guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd i'due Sunday. liltoriSjMosier called on Jake Wee; Sunday. utli Winchester called on Margery itef Sunday afternoon. EJV and Mrs. Herbert Hicks and • called on relatives of Columbus iday of last week. r.,and Mrs. Joe Moody were busi- sVvisitors to Hope Saturday. Allen Downs is visiting rel- of Okalona. feMrs^ Jess Evans, Miss Ruby Evans, rLola Hicks, and Mrs. Guy Hicks on Mrs. J. E. Mosier Monday fternoon. Chas. Springs and Mrs. Evert dwards called on Mrs. Evans Mon- iyv-moriiing. Morria Edwards spent Saturday ; with Charles William Gilbert, r. and MrsJ G. M. Shearer and Mr. Mrs. Frank Shearer called on £.'• and Mrs. Guy Hicks Sunday tlentlt! Buy It! in tfie Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell, 1 time, lOc line, min. 300 'For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad 9 times, 6c line, min. 50< 8 times, EC line, min. 90c ' 29 time;?, 3%c line, min. $2.70 (Average 5Vt 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 publi- Phone 70S FOR SALE SALE—Good 3 in. Wagon. At ,^,^-A Saturday, November 9th, at p. m. at Frisco depot, Hope. Ray L —p}d. 12-3tp SALE—Horses and mules, See , JJ. Button at Button and Hale Seron, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOE RENT — Three room furnished J08 South Washington Jimmie Fields, phone 4,1'. 8-3tc RENT— 5 room house well lo- gnd very desirable. Call 655W, gpyth. ll-3tc LOST J—Boston bulldog, four white Return Ross Spears, White Way .D, 8-ltc FQUNP black W uo*y claim same by paying for DeAnn Mr., and Mrs. Ardell Clark and little daughter, Sue Carolyn, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M; Clark. Bro. Eady filled his regular appointment here the second Sunday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Samuel and family, sympathize with them in the passing of their son, Norris, who was laid to rest Friday morning at. 10 o'clock in the DeAnn cemetery. * The' friends - of Miss,LucieLloyd are glad to ikhow that she is some improved. We hope she will soon be up again. Misses Mary Jo and Bettie Sue McCorkle called on the Misses Boyetts Sunday afternoon. Byron Clark returned to school at Guernsey after spending the week end with home folks. J. W. Boyett is spending a few weeks with, his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Roberts. Miss Katherine Samuel from Minden, La., spent a few days last week with relatives, in this community and attended the funeral of her cousin. Miss Artie Burke and Mihs Valla Dean Arnold spent the week end with home folks and returned to school at Hope, Monday. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCorkle Friday night, was well attended and everyone reported a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCorkle, Misses Mary Jo and Bettie Sue McCorkle, Hallar, Johnnie, Alice and Charles Willie McCorkle were Tuesday night visitors of the Misses Boy- etts. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Clark and Miss Edna Vickers and Bryan Clark were Sunday dinner guests of Garland Clark and Hiss Rena Clark. Garland Clark was a business visitor in Hope Saturday. Hr. and Mrs. Robert Sherley is spending a few days with his brother Mr. and Mrs. John Sherley. A Woman's Mind Lawyers: "Don't you know that you should always give a woman driver half of the road?" 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By"HAMLIN r VOU F?UW A 6UIMEA Pia PARM.SKEET. )/ HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT O 1 RAISIWcfi /' i POMESTICATED dAVIES ? i— -"' ^ ^^^ DOMESTICATED) SJAW. 1^ CAVlSfe, /GOT PLfcWTV To PO,JUST FRECKLES ANT HIS FRIENDS Great Guns THE WAV, HOW MAMV t; MAS A aUIMEA PKS? y aA7Es;THAT PROVES IT/ HE'S "| MO MORE A GUINEA PIC3 FARMER THAW MY AUWT SUSIE. A GUINEA Pl<5 IS A I POME6T/CATEP CAW, AMD IT MAS 4 J TOES ON THE FRONT FEET, AMP 3 OM I THE HINP FEET. \ By BLOSSER I DOWT KNOW WHO THAT MASKED MARVEL IS, BUT HE'S RUNNING KINGSTON RAGGED '.' km ^i ff/W/f 481 MNVft m Wr JOET, FIND OUT WHO THAT KID IS.' I CAN'T TELL WHO HE IS, WITH THAT CONTRAPTION COVERING HIS FACE:/ •/'-•''// \NAME IS NUTTY COOK, THEY TELL ME.' /P-^r-";/ /feA THE NEWFANGLES (Mom"n HAVE THEY BEEN KEEP'.NG STREAK? ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS GIVE HIM THE BALL AND POINT ID JHE GOALPOSTS/ I TDLD COOK NOT TO CARRY THE BALL....I GAVE H/M EXPLICIT INSTRUCTIONS NOT TO,. ANPTWff FIRST THING HE DOES, IS TO RUN / WITH IT// <0**-^^L— ^ —*—f~^ '~ •"'. 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