Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1935 · Page 4
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CAN TtLL.BY ' <SUMT \N YOUR Bt*£,TH«T THOUGHT OUT THAT UNPLEASANT SUBJECT JUST TO \T , JtUnl « vw horn. ot mnps ISfttnnt fth*r. UNlAlNEl ALLAN I • , -2S ttumatiian coin €IUlAJRIpJi;|Pf ISIEIRIVl I |C[E Kinviiii; devices. 62 Axillary. 53 Exclamation. $5 Floating ire. 56 Fish net. 5S Dawdler, 60 He was one of Austria's • operatic composers. Kl His fame as a ;jft thoughts. Monkey 2 Smell. -3 Solitary. 4 To cook in fat 6 Seaweed. 6 Ideas. 7 Game. 5 Cactus plant. 9 Bullet, sound. 10 Seed covering weight n, machine T5AsLLOON TV-IE BOUQUET 1916 Ot NCA 9EBVICC, INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF 0 ItlS BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. .M. REG. U. S. PAT By MARTIN All Figured Out BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WOMtNi ARE. KV.V. AUViS., COVSrOOKiO \T '. SOT We OOKi'TKStEO VOO OO\Vi<b ' Presiding Elder at Negro Church Monday COMMISSIONER'S SALE £1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That! in pursuance of the authority and di- j rections.contained in the decretal ord- i ek of the Chancery Court of Hemp- ; stead County, made and entered on the 1 f '5Mtb."dafy of November, A. D. 1935 in 1 Li alcetfeux cause (No. 2974) then pend- '"' 'in& ^therein between The Union Cen- r traFIiife Insurance Company, a cor- 4 pfiration, and Jesse B. Clark, Jr., ' Trustee, complainants, and Anna L. Tomer, et al defendants, the under• signed, as Commissioner of said Court, • "WilT offer for sale at public vendue to ' the^highest bidder, at the front door • ori&itrance of the United States Postoffice, In the City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours It prescribed by law for judicial ; sales, J'- "on Saturday, the 21st day;of; De- fe// 'cember, A. D. 1935, the following ,de- R -, 'scribed real estate^ to-wit: : ^ n lite Southeast Quarter of the South-east Quarter of Section .Fifteen; the Kortheast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty-two; the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast hv Quarier of t Section Twenty-Two; all rr*' T' of, the Sotittt^ast Quarter, of Hhe North- {f" west Quarter of Section Twenty-two lying East of the Arka(isas & Louisi- 'sfna Railway Cohipany right-of-way; fill of the South Half. of' the North'• east Quarter of Section Twenty-two Bishop J. Arthur Hamlett, the presiding elder of the Kansas Missouri conference, wilj preach at the negro Methodist church here Monday night. All members and friends are urged I to be present. The seripon starts at ' 7:30 p. m. r^jr*™ .JtiMX ^^L OFF ^im^Lm&Mm^^^^y^&^^iSSi^ ALLEY OOP Welly Hello! By HAMLIN I -\ &U Itl Pbid It! Bent It! Buy It! in the Hope Stai MARKET PLACE Remember, the mine you,tell, the quicker you sslL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30< For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one a<? 3 tunes, 6c line, min. 50« 6 times, 6c line, min. 90c 28 times, 3&c line, min. ?2.76 1 (Average 5% 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 76& lying North and West of the Wash-j ington and Arkadelphia public road, < except the following described tract: beginning at a stake on the South line of the Northeast Quarter of said Seq- tion Twenty-two, 12.82 chains East of I the center of said section; thence East! 10.97 chains to a stake; thence North! 7.90 chains to a stake; thence West', 110.91^ chains to a. stake; thence South I 7.90 chains'.to. th,e point of beginning,' containing '.•.S.Be^rfc.rpsi;. the , West ; Half. of the Northeast Quarter of the, Northeast Quarter jot 'Sectiqn Twenty-1 two, .and the West- Half' of '-, thfeEast' Half of the Northeast Quarterjof'the. Northeast Quarter qf Section THventy-; two; all of the aboi-e'.described i lands • being in Township " fcleveh ''Sbuth,' Range Twenty-five, 1 West, containing', in the aggregate 244,61 acres, more orj less, 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 ap- j proved security, bearing interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lein being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 21st day of November, A. D. 1935. DALE JONES Commissionor in Chancery Nov. 22, 29 AW-WEMEVER KAZAM BA .' VGET ANJV BREADS. WOULDMTCHA THIWfCN C'MOM, LE'S TH' TUMBLE WE TOOI4 ( MAkE TRACES'.' \A/OULD'A BUSTED THIS \CAGE OPEM,SO COULDA GOT OUT?/ WHEM ! WE GET-A LITTLE AWAV FBOM MOO, WE'LL HUWT UP A SHAEP ROCK AM' WHITTLE OUK WAV, OUTA TH IS COWTPAPT/ONJ/ WASH TUBBS NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENT WANTED " WANTED—100 white people to shell pecans. Apply at once. Hope Produce House, 106 South Walnut Street. Hope, Arkansas. 29-3tp Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrow ?50 to ?250 from us at 6% on your furniture, automobile, or other personal property. Pay it back m small monthly payments. For full m- fonnauon see GREENING INSUR- A|*CE AGENCY. 20-26tc FOR RENT FOR RENT— Bedroom with bath. Garage. Mrs Ambrose Hanegan 821 gouth Eta Phone 46. _ 29-3tc FOR RENT— Desirable bedroom, adjoining bath Private entrance. Garage. 521 W 4th. Phone 664-J. 29-3tc FOR SALE— Horses arid mule-s, See C, H Sutton at Sutton and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp d Bargain—19:* Dodge D<;- Liixe Coupe Excellent Condition. Priced Right Cash or terms. Tom Kwiser, Phone 7j. 27-Htf __ t^SJ LOS1—i >• v niunth.s old Boston Bull. Answers to "Boms. al.-waiTl tor >•;turn !« M:HA Ann .(.tic "' Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improve- j ment District No. 3, in the City of j Hope, Arkansas will meet at the office i at L. Carter Johnson, second floor! of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Com- j pany building in the city of Hope, j Arkansas, at 10 o'clock A. M. Tue.i- ! day, December 17th, 1935, for the pur- j pose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision 01- readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improve- ! ments 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. NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENT Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, in the City of Hope. Arkansas wiil mttt at the office j of L. Carter Johnson, .second floor j of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Com- j pany building in the city of Hope, • Arkansas, at 10 o'clock A. M. Tues- i day, December 17th. ItCf). f-u- the pur- i pose of revising and readjusting the . assessments of benefit:-; iigainst the i real property in .«ii'l district. i Any person dc-.suiny uny revision or i readjustment of his ,^.-e:.-:int'nU>, or; any change in values, for improve- | rr.cnts f.-rectcd o;- removed, or any) change whatsoever, imy appear before tht Board and maki- application therefore and 7<mi' v.'ili \i<: considered. This 21st (Jay ol iNovtinivi i ,'j'..~: Polk Sinxlt-toi. i ItitIK- (V'li.-O Carter Johnson [',<•;.nl of Assc-.sM.li AMD L see THAT'S THAT SHACW. ow.^q «ST2-' DUWWO. HE SEEMS TO 6E IS \6UARDIMG THE HE? Looking Things Over 1935 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC By CRANE WT = ; r^^l TAL. THE YEKS ABOUT TAM,. 5EKiOR,AT LA'S' I HAP I VOU 8EEQ STEBRf FEEX THE BOAT. WE rr r 6A\L PROKJTO. y=-i k FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Oh! Oh! By BLOSSER GO AWAY ANY . ( EVIDEMT- COBWEBS OM JLY TWIS THE DOOR- / HOUSE KNOB...ASJD ) ISN'T STILL THERE'S J EXACTLY SMOKE COM- SOVER-RUN JTTY, WHOEVER IM THAT SHACK CERTAIWLY MUST WEED CHARITY..-. LET'S F;HD OUT HOV/ MANY PEOPLE: LIVE THERE: / LEAVE ME ALONE ? MINUTEjSJOW, THIS / WHY MUST THEY I SHOTGUN MAY \ ALWAYS HOUND ME, DELIVER MY REGARDS // LIKE WOLVES IN THE NIGHT ? IMG FROM THE CHIMWEY.'/ By COWAN Big'Hearted Windy THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'nJ^op) IS JES R«3HT, hMSTAH WINDY THE y VVEP?E FWTERNBD BY TUB YEows^^ ! IF'M DEY WAS HERE'S A VERY FINE. PVMR OF YOU 1UST BET YOUR LIFE I W FINEST TAILOR IN LONDON -YOU LL YOU SHO IS HIGH TU!S NVISTA.H WINDY] YEOWSAW '.'. YOU WOULDN'T A, GIB 'Et^ TO WE, AN' IF'N DEY WAS ANY WORSE, AH COULDN'T WEAR ' tAiSTAH KINDNESS IS LOOK LIKE A NMLUON, KND TUE.Y OOOHT TO FIT YOU UKE A AM, CATFISH! TO hv\E BY IAY G.OOD FRIEND,LORD MUFFBROOK-/ 5«O OOZIN* AND MY WEART IS OUTA -»OU TODAY.' AND 1'tA GIVING T^4E^v^ BUBBLIN' OVER WITU TSH-TSH-TSH ! GENEROSITY AND SACRIFICE v\\oot> 1935 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. Nlf.i,C. U. S, PAT. QFf

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