of Melody , f*t>istiflcllve t, ;- theories. , ' stfreaUr. ^ 'JJ7 fayiuent back. I' M Preposition. 3$ Angry. • g-l 11416.' '35 Provision \ providers. »37 Half an em. , 3SNO- 43 Father. 43 To carry. 46 Notched. 49 He wrote the "The Rosary." 52 Thought. ;,3 Slack. 54 Region. 65 He was a —— and pianist. fine 58 Tardiest. VKBTK'At, 2 Lacerated. 3 To greet. 4 To radiate. 5 Galley war vessel. 6 Makes smooth. 7 Decays. 8 Three. 10 Fungus disease. 11 Ment. 12 Heathen god. 15 Sea tale. 17 He was born in . 20 His songs have appeal. 25 Hard-hearted. 26 Insight. 28 Age. 29 Flying mammal. :iO Possesses. 31 Monkey. 33 To peep. 36 Artists' frame* :<9 Oirl. 40 Flightless bird 41 Paragraph. 42 Low tide. 43 Needy. 44 Single things. 45 Twitching. 47 Fish eggs. 48 Snaky fish. 49 Perched. 50 Native metal. 51 Gun. 17 r*r 19 10 -34 Tokio ' Mr." and Mrs. Martin Gaston of Camden visited relatives here Sunday. "C There are several with mumps in this i»rt of the county. T,"Ais Kathryn Holt .who is attending ' Business college at Beaumont, Texas, • arrived Tiome Friday night to spend thc.holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A^- c - Holt -' 'I M 1 -, and Mrs. Dildy Porterfiekl who wowd from here early in the fall to tt^jgarijjaridle of Texas has returned Hereto nwKe their home. / Mr,' and Mrs, Sam Huddleston arc '' % spending the holidays with relatives Builds Workers' Homes MEXICO 1 , D. F.—(fl 5 )—Inexpensive homes for workers are being built throughout the country by the department of labor. They, are sold on payments of from'?3 to ?4 monthly. Legal Notice WARNING ORDER Mrs. Ray Thompson and is:ted Mr. and Hrs. G. C. McLarty Sunday. • , L. S. Sanford was a business visitor f\ li to "Nashville Satin-day. f ' ^Mr'-and Mrs A. C. Holt visited ini ' Nashville Fnday night. Miss Virginia Holt who is attending '/ T Henderson State Teachers college at Ajkadelphia is at home for the holi- fe*. , days,; r' Mr,; and Mrs Harry Higgins of Hot ^•i Springs will arrive here Christmas to $ " visit relatives. (I, ^J. H. Coker and Alvin- Cooley were t, * business 'visitors to Nashville Satur- fc aaV. I r/ f&. |J % Youngblood was a business 3? visitor ta-Nashville Saturday. I ,' cEli Woods was in Nashville Tuesday I IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY'; COURT J. H. WHITE ET AL Plaintiffs, v. JESSE C. COLLINS ET AL i • Defendants.! The defendants Mrs. Cora Collins,! Martha Ann Collins, Mrs. Johnie Collins Mitchell, and Willie Mae Collins, are hereby v.'araed 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 &i Company. > Witness my hand and seal as clerk i of thia court on this 3rd day of De- j cember, 1935. •Jphji RJ. Cooley was a business visitor ti Highland Friday. < >Mis| D^e Holt who is teaching in the Mc'CaskiU schools wil Ispend the hol- icjays'here with her parents. (SEAL) Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24. DALE JONES Clerk. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PUCE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time. lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mum of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c lint-, min. 90c 2ff times, 3Vsc line, min. §2.70 (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE— Want ads will be accepted With the understanding thsit the bjll \a payable on presentation of statement, before thy first publi- Phone 768 WARNING ORDER j IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY! COURT MRS. JETT B. GRAVES Plaintiff, j MRS. NANCY A. HULSEY et al j Defendants) The defendant Mrs. Eliza Jane Clark is warned to appear in this court j 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. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the books showing the assessments of Street Improvement District Number Three (3) Hope, Arkansas, as fixed by the assessors of said District, are now in my hands, subject to inspection by any person owning property within said District. This the 18th day of December 1935. T. R. Billinysley City Clerk. WANTED " LOST—fequare, yellow gold wrist watch. "Betty Aull" engraved on back. Reward for return to Hope Star office. 3t-dh ~~~ TRADE" TPADE—93 acre farm good land, trade for business property and grocery. Write W. I. Haley, Dermott, Money to Loan— MORTGAGES Borrpw |50 to $250 from us at 6v* on yMtr furmture, automobile, or other I*Tbonal property. Pay it back in small monthly payments. For full information we GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY. " 21 . FOR SALE— Horses and muleii, See C. ii guttpn at Sutton and Half Sert- Station, Hope, Ark. Bargains — Chevy '33 Coupe and Dodge Coupe. Special yrU-u thi> \\ftek only. Tom Kiuser, Aut., Ir-.ui'. 12-2fi-?,tc-. Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing; expert caJl on you, and you'll have an economical, liigh quality job. Whatever your needs, ue can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing ll>at .Makes an OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS WWV DlDU't VOU HANG UP VQUR SOCK OUT TO t THOU&HT \t WAS A T^Eti OWWABNT TO TAKE. YOUR OUT OF- UKE tXDNT MLUON IDEA, DOLLARS HE AIN'T I HE'S THIWKIW '•BOUT AW CCWSTPOWKI i TH BcfrrDM.srrnw JM * - ... vVAL* UP THERE, AM 1 I'D 8§ TMIMKIW' ^WOULD neepTH' SHOVEL. FROM _AM' Tip PALL " L. — IT'LL 0IT TCO —TH' FRfCTlOW. A 6AMBLfeR WO SALE. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ai'«'t It the Truth By MARTIN U/ORPS - " A>MD AU-X WOT A ALLEY OOP Putting on to Take Off By HAMLIN THE ^>v /S'GrEWERAL ALARM! ASSEMBLY ] (• CMOM -LES BEAT IT DRUM/ J\ OVER TO TH 1 PALACE , ' AM 1 5E£ ~ WHAT'S GITTIM 1MTO THEM WINJGS.' HEY !WHADVA, ) WELL, y WOULDN'T-WANT THES6 THIMK I AM / /WIKIGS TCOME OFF WHILE VER OOW'T BE SO SAILIM' AROUUD IMPRESSING ROUGH! ^S.VER SUBJECTS,,, WOULDJA? -:©1935 BY"NEA SERVICE, INC. T.'M? REG, u. s. PAT. OFF.^ WASH TUBES They Cleaned Out, Anyway ByCKANE / OH HC/THGR6S SOMKE V^HOME/ APTEK ALL. ROBBAS-DEV SAV <;ODK//MAPPEMep?JPAPAH PE HOUSE, AkJ 1 W'EM I LET'EM DE DO; OH, MA 600'N£S5f PAPER MAIJQERS, FH? THEY TOLD US THEV vVERE PRV , EAMERe. THEV GOT AWAV WITH RIVERS O'RIEMTAL RU65. I'M 6UWMA CALL THE ,—, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Spreading Cheer WBIIOSSM" GOSH, FT WAS ( ( IT MAKES THE $1$*^ NICE OF THE V PICTURE M|I|il^? ZOO PEOPLE A COMPLETE. C^fftX " TO LEWD US A ) ( KJUTTV/' '^ REIMDEER / ' ^ BE THE HAPPIEST OWE THIS YEAR,AMY WAY.' TERRFTORY? WE'VE HAD <mvn-. I T. M. REG. V^ >V 1935 By Hi ....I. REG. U.S. PAT. Or'F.'v.- • V 1935 By HE* SERVICE. INC. MAMA SAYS / WELL,GEE,I GUESS yDU'RE A V FEEL LIKE ONE, REAL SAM1A IN ^ E HEART CLAUS .' J REGIOM, HOMEY, , •Z / ABOUT EIGHTY 1 i YEARS BEHIND, ^ ( ON WHISKERS/ J, ^. — - Aff\ ft THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A Surprise Pops Up By COWAN HOO-HOO, EVERYBODY .' COIV\E ON. WE'RE GO\N& TO HWE TUE CHR^ST^AA,S / OKW- TREE AND GIVE OUT TUB/WE'RE PRESENTS .' ^-<3 ON OUR J JUST A UTTUE. SURPRISE PRESENT FOR TWO' / 1 NMGUT JUST AS. WELL OPEN IT RtGUT UP.EU? ^-•"••^J .'-v^v.-.: ' "'w.o^^ CtMJW 1 UY NaASEHVItC.IIIC. I.M RE«. U. 5>. TALCf.
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