Famous Novelist Answer to Previous jiOTo be indebted jitfo shower, liaiteam. (13 Upon. •14 Affection. 15 Child's napkin. 1ft Sage. ; 17 Breakwater. ; 18To possess. '19 Pretentious rural mansion. 20 Certain. • Si Pine fruit. 22 Stnrohe<l. 26 Conjunct ion. 2?fardy. 28 Brings legal proceedings. 29 Neuter pronoun. 30 Woman. 3t Poet. S2Miisicnl note. 33 Hemedy. 84 Wind. 36 Cot. 36 Leered. 38 Market. 39 Century plant fiber. 40 Fence bar. 41 Ache. 42 Hornless. 43 Wlthtn. 44 Mold. 45 To relinquish. 46 He was by birth. 2 Barley spikelet 3 Northeast, 4 Notched. 5 To bathe. 6 To perish. 7 Half an em. 8 Bay window. 9 Splay of a door. 14 To dwell. 47An<! Is famousla Liver fluid. as a even!6 Status ot a today (pi.). minor. 17 Evergreen tree. 1 Fate. IS To pursue game. • < 19 Ballot choke. 20 Crusoe was a shipwrecked 21 Arrived. 21 To scatter. 24 Exists. 25 • was Crusoe's companion. 27 Fat. 28 Seasoning-. • 30 Combat between two persons. 31 Cow's homo. 32 Sky phenomenon. 33 To nldhere closely. 34 Manner of, walking. 35 Bulge of a cask. , 37 Profit. 38 To crush. 39 Harbor. 41 Matter. ''- s 42 Taro paste. 44 Musical note. 45 French. IO 26 40 10 14 3O 27 •"H- 19 15 47 8 39 35 Spring HiU Trenton Keel of Washington was a guest of his sister Mrs. Edna Foley, Saturday night and Sunday. Harvey Kirkpatrick of Texas was visiting his friends here Sunday. Rev. Floyd Clark filled his appoint- mtttit Sunday at 11 o'clock and Sunday night. Mrs. Earlie Archer and children and her mother, Mrs. Robertson, were Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE 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 tunes, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3«jC line, min. §2.70 (Average 5'/fe 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 768 down from Hope Sunday and attended services and took dinner with Alvin Robertson and family. Sam Prather and family of Smackover spent the week end with home- folks, and Hugh Garner and wife. Mrs. Ewing Reed of Battlefield spent the day with her mother and Mrs. Frank Hill Friday. Mrs. Bracy Smith and son William spent Saturday with Mrs. Arch Turner and sister. Mr. and Mr^. Arthur CoHins visited with Mrs. Roy Collins and children Sunday. ,.,.,,.,,,,. Mr.. and^TVh^^ioyd' Smith have moved to the McDowell ' farm and Ezra McDowell and wife have moved back to Spring Hill. Walter Powell and wife and J. W. Turner and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Giles Foster. We are having some good farming weather, some-of our farmers are already plowing and planting some early gardens. WANTED MAN OR WOMAN Wanted to supply customers with famous Watkins Products in Prescott. No investment. Business established, earnings average 525 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 70-86 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. Three Rocky Mountain ranges have been formed and then worn away by the action of water during the last 30,000.000 years, according to Dr. W. W. Atwood, of Worchester. Mass. Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS FOR BENEFIT OF STATE WANTED: I am buying fat hogs, any size J V. Moore at Moore's Market. 13-3t.p. NOTICE WANTED TO TRADE WANTED TO TRADE — A 35 Horsepower Boiler for a 20 or 25 horsepower boiler. Mary E. Austin, Blevins, Ark. 10-3tp Notice is hereby given that, as executor of the estate of T. F. Hughes St., Estate, deceased, I will between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon on the 8th day of February, 193G, at the Post Office in the city of Emmet, Arkansas, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidded, upon a credit of three months the following described lands, to-wit: Fractional part of North East Vi of North West 1/4 of Section 4 Twp. 9. S. Range 23 W, 16 acres more or less in Hempstead. Purchaser at such sale will be required to give note with security to be approved by me, and Hen upon said lands will be retained for the payment of the purchase money. Dated this l.'l day of Jan. 1936. F. A. Hughes (Executor) E. A. Watson Jan. 13, 20, 27. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY: An oil stove cheap. Must be in good condition. Mrs: ; EHa Gold, Washington, Ark. 10-3tp. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom, garage, in desirable home. Close in, no other roomers. 505 South Walnut. 13-3tc FOR RENT—Comfortable bed room, with adjoining bath and close in. Phone 505-W. 9-3tc FOB RENT—Two nice sleeping rooms, reasonable' and close in 423 South Main street. 10-3tp FORSALE FOR SALE—A Bargain in a five foot bath tub, with tank and heater. See Vincent Foster. 10-2tp FOR SALE—One Thousand Young Berry Plans for immediate delivery. World's finest flavored berry crossed between the Logan berry and Dew berry. Average 36 select berries to the quart. Also 500 October Cling Stone Peach Seedlings from old time trees. H. D. Coffman, Edgewood and Sixth street, Hope, Ark. ROE'S HATCHERY Baby chicks for sale. Custom hatch j»g a specialty. Call or write Mrs. Fred L. Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-2tc Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. Whatever your needs, we can serve them. 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WASH TUBES Opposition CaAMBLERS, ROWPIES, AUD BAD MEM OF EL .HOVO •HOLD A MEETIMS IM BLACK:- POOL PARLOR. -XJ OH, WO V WE'LL HE AWT.CARE OP THAT MUG. BOYS, THERESA GUV, KJAMEP RUUMIM' FOR SHERIFF. HE AIMS TO CLEAN UP THE TOWM, AMP HE'S SURE TO BE ELECTED. UMLESS. WE'LL SEE THAT OUR X/AMD WE'LL PlCk A , CAMPIDATE IS ELECT6P. THEM ^ CAMPIPATE WHO'S ', ' ' - "^ OM.'THAT AWT PCE\/EMT HIS WE'LL PUT UFA CAMDIDATE OF OUR OWN. E'RE SAPE POR (jVm68Y NEA SERVICE, INC. T, M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Tough By CRANE STAWD BACKED KIDS HE'S A WILD COLT AMD » THOSE HOOFS ARE LIKE •• LIGHTNING .'.' "YEAH BECAUSE LIGHTNING NEVER STRIKES THE SAME PLACE TWICE... OKI ACCOUNT OF AFTER IT STRIKES ONCE, THE PLACE AIN'T THERE / THE LOWGER WE LET HIM KICK THE MEANER HE'LL GOT TD BE RIDDEN OKIE ,TO SHOW HIN HIS MASTER IS .'.' TAGOUGHTA BE FIRST, BUT I'M AFRAID HE'D GET THROWN ON HIS EAR / DON'T WANT TOGO ON RIDING, NO / THAWKS...l THINK I'LL SIT THIS KJEXT ONE OUT!.' ji . V' R^O. U. S. PAT. 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