Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1935 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 10, 1935
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kcific Goddfe LIEtCJTJUIRIEIRI IPJEiALN 32 Cotton inacblne. cM.out. | crawl.' S3 Ovules. VKtlTlCAt, 1 Small Lslaiidg. 2 Corvine bird. A onelic. 4 To require. 5 To 6 Beaches. Attitudinizes. STo 9 Perched. •JOBn'by carriage 44 tT Surfeited. -IS To r«n away !>0 Kuroifenit ' slunl. 51 A —- Priate is a peace award. 62 Put io the goddess of ;3« Peerainlng Mvcr. It Capnbte. 13 I'ollccmett. is Rubber pencil pmt. 21 Opposite of debits. 22 The opposite oC war. SI no hah 26 To entangle. 27 Heer. as Point, 29 Bugle, plant. 31 Striped fabric. cavalry soldier. •S& Cherublim 41 Nimbus. 42 Tiny particle. 4."> Plateau. 44 Dlflck haw; 46 Part of ear. 46 Imitated. 45 Lair: 49 Be ing. ^ Sheppard of Hope caDed on Finley one day last week. Einley, -Roy Cornelius - JPearl Cornelius were in Saturday. er and Raymond Cornelius was g m^Hope Saturday. )ts''.jClayiort of McNab is spend.- with Raymond Cor- * •with one _at-, 'rs.v Pearl •Cornelius spent Wednesday Stances Houston of Gurn- t/rPetgie Dudney and children ''OtiJMrs. Alice Finley one day :e Finley was the Thanks- giving dinner guest of Mrs. Pearl Cornelius. * ' Miss Blanch Clayton attended the party at the home Warner Springs at Battlefield last week. Miss Wilma and Wilton Gentry attended services in 'Battlefield^ Wednesday night. . . s First Burglar:' "I ne.ed ^eyeglasses." Second Ditto: "What makes you think so?" First Burglar: "Well, I was twirling the knobs of a safe and a dance or• to play* - '| Legal Notice WARNING ORDER tJ i find W. Rent It! Buy It! (Y f^'"' in the Hope Star AfiKET PLACE ^ j »*' s *• ' * ^Hernembejr, the more you tell, the ^ i ' Quicker you sell. * j <" 1 time, We line, min. 30c For ^pnaecutive insertions, minim<•;-,, *, *"u*" UA 3 lines in one ad (/ * ,3 trapes, 6c line, min. 50c *• "^6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. $2.70 is' CAverage 5% words to the line) ads will be accepted the understanding that the '•till is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publi- catipn, .. ' • ! f 1 1 i ; ' i \ i i " NOTICE ; NOTICE—We are now buying peas. Seed Store. 5-12te (Jive Him a Billfold for Christmas. f.A'U'Wnd.s at all prices. John S. Gib- Prug" Co. 3-6tc WANTH? '' WANTKP: Reliable man to succeed J f g. Young if\ North LaFayette Counto t An qppprtunity to step into a well I established business as Mr. Young has "• -" complete^ his llth year. Surety required. Everything fur- but the car. Write J. A, Laws, The W. T. Rawleigh Company, enn. 6-5tc :—Women's coats, Dresses, "livening"Dresses, Men's Suits, Over: ;pQats. Joyce and Floyd McDowell ,gjothing Store, Third Street. 10-6tc Money to L»oan— MORTQAGES i- Sorrow $50 to ?250 from us at 6% on furniture, automobile, or other property. Pay it back in monthly payments. For full in- ion see GREENING JNSUR- AQENCY. 20-26tc IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT J. H. WHITE ET AL Plaintiffs, v. JESSE C. COLLINS ET AL Defendants. The defendants Mrs. Cora Collins, Martha Ann Collins, Mrs. Johnie Collins Mitchell, and Willie Mae Collins, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, J. H. White et al., partners doing business,' under the firm name of White & Company. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of this court on this 3rd day of December, 1935. DALE JONES (SEAL) Clerk. Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24. WARNING ORDER IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT MRS'. JETT B. GRAVES Plaintiff, MRS. NANCY A. HULSEY et al Defendants The defendant Mrs. Eliza Jane Clark is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. Jett B. Graves. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 12th day of November, 1935. DALE JONES, Clerk, (SEAL) By J. P. BYERS, D. C. Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24. FOR RENT — Bedroom adjoining 906. Mrs. W. R. Chandler 7-6te •>™fi)Jl ~ rrrT , SALE—Horses and mules, See If, Button at Sutton and Hale Seraf Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp SALE — Fine Brood Mare. to fold.2 Easy kept, good work- see L. C. Want It Printed We'll haye a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, l»igl| quality job. Whatever your ».eeds, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing fbat Makes an December iO, 19S6 - -YJ.-. -—--• By WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING MOUSE OUR WAV LOOKS ^ j M- ^ •*?• /W^SE YOU CAN . SOMfcTmNCa SCFWtiCH, MOUSE t^AP/ ^ THAT rt MODERN TAKJK,TO TO ATTTRACrr TV-V <5 ^VE US, ^,OpHlS>TVCAT£t> OF^ODAYj THEY WANT ^-< ; ( SHANTY NOW THAT t*0$COE Mfc, I CAN tSfcVQtfc 6 t N' I US 10 THE WON'T AN 1 IP wowr HOSPITALITY? ROOM HAIN'T IMVlfGD INVENTIVE SCIENCE: HAVE B££N OUT TOUCH WITH THE C0ME i, ADS .TELL . WHAT 1 <»WQULt> TO THE EA£.E -PUBLIC/ WITHTH* CHEESE WORLD ; THE RELJ6ION (T) 1535 BY NEA 3EHVICC. INC. T. M. BEO. U. S. PAT. Off. g IMS BYNEA SERVICE. INC. T.M.REC. II. S.PAT. Off. By MARTIN BOOTS AND riER BUDDIES On the Carpet © 1935 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFK§Jj -—• ---—-. — _ . . ^ By HAMLIN ALLEY OOP : i'UQQKA HEBE -SEE MUSTA STUMBLED AN'FELL DOWN HERE., HANG ON, GUZ -I BELIEVE WE SHOULD BE <ETCHIW' UP WITH THEM LOW-DOWN L'EMJ AN.. PUNKS ETTV QUICK, NOW- HQYK'WOW ' •v ?- <i c.r.' ! S» . •t/-%.^^^v r~— ff) 1935 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ' ^/.h. By CRANE A New Surprise ""N WASH TUBES /OF COURSE .THE REAL KEY ID THE WAS FlMPIWa "THE 8ICVCLE PUMP. THAT WA-S EVIDENCE THAT SUPPES^y BI60ER HAD LEFT" THE ISLAWD OW AW JWFLATEP BA6 OF SOME 6ORT. BV'THE WAV, A OH, JUST A WHO ARE THOSE1COUPLA CUBAKH BOZOS W£ I H£ H/RED TO MA8BEP _WITH J TAKE HIM TO THE MAlWLANJP.. HIM? r FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 'HE'P OFCfiOTTEM AWAY/TOO/ EXCEPT THEIR BOAT SPKUKJ6 A i ^ /), LEAK- ' '' // ) >^- <t-11935 BY NE^ SERVICE. IVHAT/S \ MV STARS / \WO, MO/ i( THE POM'T TELL 1HEKE " MATTER/METHEyVE ] SLIPPER/ •? >< ESCAPEP/ YACHTL r- Qu e e r By BLOSSER NEVER HAD A FR1EMD ? LOOK AT THE LOAD OF MAIL THAT POSTMAN IS LEAVING// tiir I MEVER SAW SO MUCH MAIL LEFT AT ONE HOUSE )COMING BEFORE.' HOLY SMOKE.' HE'S BURNING THOSE LETTERS WITHOUT EVEN OPENING THEM .'.' f s® v'.f^* THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A ^ "'C^M^ ^ I THINK THE OLD \ COMMONLY KNOWN, IN THE GUY HAS A BAP ) BEST OF CIRCLES, MR. CASE OF LOGOES \WATSON, AS AN OVERON THE BOGOES / / ABUNDANCE OF -^~*L_ • • • / ^ - ^i BELFRY BATS // SL Sales Talk By COWAN YOU WANT-A I SWOOLD SENP-A TO YOOR HOUSE HOW EVERYTHfNG ! IS FRESH - J EVEN THE L'ANDUOfc TELL T^IV\ iftS HEAT-EVERYTUIN ) HOWE HALF-BAKED TRUCK THEY OUGHT HIM BACK MANASEN\ENT mw^wwR ?^i"el j 3gy s g<¥E^r— - -~-?

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