Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 21, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 21, 1935
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'^ '!*;.'•*'(»'*' ''^r 1 ' 1 '''%*'*,'* - : ' QPMt radember 21JB6 .11 Me now heads - win turret. 4Suotnpass point. 44 Right. -IS Exclamation. 4? Half an em. 48 Fish. 49 For fear that. 51 Curd same. 52 Molasses. 54 Rail examiners 57 Cordial. 55 Endows. 1 Tree. 2 But ranee. 3 Tennis fences. 4 You and me. 5Kind of sail.' 6 Legal majority of members. 7 Corpse. 5 Cup Hke stand. 9 Olive shrub. _ fof com* plete freedom wilt tak« 10 years. 17 Bye tumor. IS Nominal value. 24 Measure of area. 26 Floating. 25 Laurel tree. 2!) Region. 82 Affection. 33 Female sheep. 35 Candidly. :18 Beer. 41 Thither. 44 Less common. 46 Toward sea. 48 Domesticated. BO Sailor. 51 Niot many; 53 Court. 55 Structural unit 56 Nay. ! Bodcaw No. 1 ~ '"*. L. Epton filled his regular here Sunday. -. and Mrs. Homer Fuller and fam- attended church at this place Sun- jrjB&V and Mrsr C. F. Martin who have *~*- living<at Button for a few months g'&fe ginning season have moved 'to their home at this place. r __r. "and Mrs, D. B. Bailey and idatighter, Nellie Jean, spent Sunday Vfll il !!!_ JJj. gjj^ JJj^g Q ^ flfttl Pa!d It! Bent It! Buy It! " in the Hope Star lARKEf PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the f*',' ' quicker you selL "' "- 1 time, lOc line, min. 30e ~*.* For consecutive insertions, mini. *' mum of 3 lines in one a<? ' "1 :3;times, 6c line, min. 50« \^ 6 times, fie line, min. 90c . ^ 26 times, 3%c line, min. J2.T6 i (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bQl is .payable on presentation of ^statement, before the first publi- Iciitioa. V Phone 76S Mitchell. Miss Alta Lee May of Bodcaw spent Friday night with Miss Marie Mullins. Mrs. Minda Fuller is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell of Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Joe England and children of near Hope, Mr. an3 Mrs. Edgar Downs and children of Bodcaw No 2, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mitchell. Mrs. Anna Gresham is spending a few days with her daughter,' Mrs. Joe Carlton of Union. Miss Sula Mitchell spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. .Edgar Downs of Bodcaw No. 2. \ "".. Mrs. Deward Russell and children of Hope spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuller. Mr. and Mrs. W. N Munn of Bodcaw No. 2 spent Sunday afternoon' with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fuller. ' | Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Fuller were shopping in Hope Monday Mrs. Horace Fuller, Mrs. C F. Martin and Miss Bobbie Nell Martin, went to see "Top Hat" at the Saenger, in Hope, Monday night. Eriless Gresham and daughter, Erileen is spending a few days wfth Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carlton of Union. NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENT Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Ip Borrow $50 to $250 from us at 6% on r furniture,; automobile, or other ^sonp^ property. Pay it back in Jsriiall rmmthly payments. For full jn- Hcwttjation see GREENING INSUR- KCB AGENCY. 20-26tc NOTICE NOTICE—I will not be responsible t for debts contracted for by any per|son other than my wife or myself. D. |B. Phillips, Sr. 20-3tp " FOR^SALE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, in the City of pe, Arkansas will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Company building in the city of Hope, Arkansas, at 10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, December 17th, 1935, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefore and same will be considered. This 21st, day of November 1935. Polk Singleton Eugene White Carter Johnson Board of Assessors. Nov. 21, 27 FOR SALE » load Mares. 3 to 6 years old. Cheap. Collin's Mule Barn. Look Them Over Combs and Farrar Hope, Arkansas SALE— Horses and mules, See , gutton at Button and Hale Ser- Station, Hope, Ark. I2-26tp FOR SALE— Perfectly new set of j laftroom fixtures. A Bargain. See ,P. Agee. 15-6tc SALE -or TRADE-Car, Shotgun, hogs, yearlings for milk cows hay. W. C. Tyler, Washington, 18-3tp __ PPB SALE: Quilt tops and Victrola! patent. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 Sixth Street. 20-3tp SALE—One ?100 scholarship in I Commercial college, good for j TO tuition. For quick sale at i cash, ifope Star. 19-3t I SALE — Fat Turkeys for j Lee H. Garland. Phone j 21-3tp FOR RENT BENT—2-room apartment with bath. Garage. AH utilities f20 month. Mrs. W. F. Hutch[ J5TiSr., 707 E. Division. 21-3tc SAJJr-Seven room, two Bath Home with Acre of Ground. known as the Btoctor Kolb 3rd Street. E. B. Scott. Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on yon, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" BDARDINtt HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY MOW'S By WILLIAMS SOU CUEAM6.D IT JUST \ UK9 VOU CLEAM VOUfc fcABBit CQDP-AUCK AMD A PROMISE.' VOU'LL f=(ND THEM ALL DEAD WtTM AM EPIDEMIC, OAV/ 6-ET UP HERE WITM A BUCKET OF WATE.U AUD 'SOME / " SOAP/ J OW, GOOD PIG-COWS AM'-STUFF DON'T MEED PLACES GLEAM, LIKE VOU LIKE IT — &O<£.W, TM' TINIEST UTTLG •5PECK, AM' TW PLACE \^ FILTMV/ SOAP'W WATER~ SOAP 'W WATER / THAT'S ALL t WEAR, AROUWD MERE/ LET Mfc Ot4c£ OLSONS NECK WOLti ON HIM, LAKE TOLtJi ME YOU USfct) IN TH V KNOT UP A, A UTTLfi VOU WANT TO 'PULL OLTT Or TH\S HOL-fc.AN" tLL SVAOW VOU HOW 1 T. fc. REO. U. 9. PAT. Off S) 1*35 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. BOPM TMIRTV BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Spence'll Fix 'Em by MARTIN 1O \AVit A OOTEVi 600O ALLEY OOP j© 1935'BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. Foozy Runs Amuck By CRANE ^ ME WITH TREA5OM WHV, you BOOZY OL: BAW. — HERE'S WHERE I LAV ONE OM VER 8EWHI5KERED JAW/ TAKE•THAT, YOU PAT/ 6oy, you SURE LAID ONE OM '.'M/ SAY, THIS FOOLISHNESS HAS GOME FAR ENOUGH/ . I TOLD'IM I'D POP 1 ONJ TH' BILL, IF HE DIDWT KEEP HIS BIG MOUTH STILL/ Nf/TsERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U S. PAT. OFF, j Zl FOOLISHWESS, IS IT, YOU " | BEETLE-BROWNED YAWOO/! WELL, /'M GONNA GITCHOO TOLD A ^ THING OR TWO/ WASH TUBES A Discovery By HAMLIN ASTILV, EASV QOES" THRU 3OHM SKEETS HAWDKERCHIEF, BRASS KNUCKS, BILLFOLD-AH/ "¥/ '' WHAT I'M AFTER—IPEMTIFICAT/OW CARPS.J JUMPING BLUE BLAZESl FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AW, THAT'S THE 'STEEMTH J CO£MER FRECX HA.S r TURHED. I'LL 86T HE^S wise THAT WE'RE TRAILING HIM/ AMD IS TAKIM6 OW A WILP GOOSE CHA'SB. 7'soTHAT'S \r! so , THAT'S HIS GAME SO A ,EH?) I'LL WAIT TILL MORM/NQ-THEM I'M GO/WG TO HAVE A TALK WITH THAT &\RD. THERE'S A HECK OF A LOT ABOUT THOSE MURPERS HE'S 6OWG ' .; — T*\ TO EXPLAW. p— ; / f *i At Last They Find Out By BLOSSER E NEWFANGLES (MonVn Pop} WE'RE DOIM6 THE SAME. GO WOME [WAIT/HE'S IGOISJG INTO THAT I THINK I CAN THIS IS ONE JOB I WONT MIND GIVING UP! GET ALONG WITH OUT YOUP HELP AFTER TODAY, FRECKLED. LAY LOW UNTIL HE COMES OUT /AGAIN ! WELL, ROLL ME OVER A BARREL HE'S WHEELING A BABY CARRIAGE." CAN YOU TIE THAT / OLD MASS OF MUSCLE PLAYING NURSE MAID // . 6. PAT. OFF. A SERVICE. INC. Windy's a Bit Dramatic, Too By COWAN AH/HA^Y PROUD BEAUTY .' AT LAST I WA.VE VOU IN PCNVAH' ME,YOU VILLAIN! HI UP ? YOU COWARD/ 1FN\Y BRAVE HUSBAND WERE UERE TO PROTECT ME, YOU HA/HA/HA/-THAT WEAKUNG? WHY, I'D TIE HIM INTO A , BOW KNOT/ <^ ' ' s&"' 1W58YNEASERvic¥. INC. T. M. REO. U. 8. f»T, OH I

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