Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 23, 1936 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 23, 1936
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oted Philanthropist ' : ' : *•"• ". •. \:;^. ? .'' f ^'- tfl Pronoun. 42 Iniquity. 43 Monkey. 46 Judicial writ. •19 Hough sea. 51 Amphitheater centers. 53 Deluded. 54 He was by birth. 65 To care for „ medicinal!?. adorn with 56 He was an — manufacturer. . Automobiles. {& to' mistake. 2 Scandinavian. l«aH. 4 Corded cloth. 5 Merchandise. 6 Pertaining to disaster. "War flyers. 8 To slumber. 3 Self. 10 Hottentot Instrument. 11 Silly. 12 Snaky tlsh. 15 Soft food. 21 Queer. 2.1 Ills ftttU helped advance aiCUuni. 26 Me built most 3000 (sing.). 27 Dower property. 28 Minute skin openings. 29 Poem. 31 Female deer. 32 Suck. 34 Constellation. 36 -Wajt'y substance. 39 To generate. 41 Valiant man. •13 Bronze. 44 Sanskrit dialect. 45 Pitcher. 47 Varnish Ingredient. 4S To make lace 49 To perch. 50 Stir. 5? Senior. 53 Mother. "Go East, Young Yady!" HOLLYWOOD — {&)— Screen aspi- bayia are advised by Claudette Col- J)ert lo ,go to New York city instead .Vi of "toming to Hollywood. She says "stage experience is essential to picture •f liWtf, ">« -• . - ', Jh^inany Chinese restaurants, .in " Ainerica, walrus mustache hairs arc xis^d "as toothpicks. NOTICE ,-., AUCTION SALE—January 25, at Guidon; Ark. Big sale of mules, , IWisei; cows hogs, and hay. Sale starts at 1 o'clock sharp. H. E. Coon, Mgr. Torn Carrel, Auctioneer. 22-3tp FOR SALE "We'buy and sell Produce at Holly's Curb Market FOR SALE—Good, well-cured John- soil's -grass hay. Cheap. See E. S. Greening. 14-10t-c. - NOTICE NOTICE, is hereby given that the books showing the assessments - of Street Improvement District No. One CD 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 2Ist day of January, 1936. T. R. BILLINGSLEY, Jan. 22-23. City Clerk. CAR GLASS CUT A?R> GROUND TO , ftt ANY CAH BRYAN'S Used Parte 411 South Laurel Street BOB'S HATCHERY Baby chicks for sale. Custom hatching .a specialty. Call or write Mrs, Fred L. Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-12tc FOB SALE-Bois d'Arc posts at eight cents per post F. O. B. at the farm. Hay at 25 cents per bale, and good corn. Sec A N. Stroud 21-6tc FOR'SALE—Good values in men's reblpcked hats. When you buy a hat use your head. Stack's Hot Shop, i 21-J5U> : SALE—Young cow, S25. Call at 517 West Fourth Street. 23-3t-c ———QUALITY SEEDS -- PLANTS fveryUuug for Field and Garden including supples, insecticides, spray materials, etc. For Heavy Yields Use SEMES AN Monis' Seed Store 110 E. 2nd St FOR SALE—Ten mules and niare. Just; arrived. Tom Carrel. 22-3tp FOR SALE—1002 South Fulton St.— two story houie with Vt block ol ground, 1750.00 cash. 2 lots with house on 13th St.—5500.00. 1 house and lot on 2rd St—$650.00. 1 house newly repaired on Oak St.—51000.00. 1 house 609 5. Main (brick) just repaired— $250.00. I stucco house, 5 lota, negro community—$600.00. These prices art- for cash only, Floyd Porterfield. 23-6tc. LOST LOST—Liver and white spotted dog •wearing a green collar and answers to the name of "Rex." Reward. Phone) 9. i 22-3tc WANTED WANTED—Man over 30 to service local vending machine route. Spare time -work about 10 hours weekly. Npt telling. No experience required, for interview write "Artec Co.", Upper Paiby, Pa. Besident Manager, permanent connection, income $6500 yearly, $1500 cash required, secured, returnable. Address 9ox 98 Hope Star. 32-3U: plants at Holly's. Curb Mar- WANTED—HEADING BOLTS White Oak—Whisky and Oil grade. Over cup, Post Oak and Red Oak. Round Sweet Gum Blocks. For prices and specifications, See HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 215 Hope, Ark. Bf WWW For All Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson and Company By WILLIAMS OUT OUR WAY By AHERN OUR HOARDING HOUSE tHE HCJOPUE AfcfcSHAU WITH WAS SO TOU6W U\S N"D f SCENT \STTI CALV.OUS VOU TWST, By MARTIN I BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES , -bO — V.OOVC By HAMLIN And No Bed to Hide Under ALLEY OOP SAY, FOOZY, DIOJA EVER, SEE ANYBODY GIT THEMSELVES AROUWD MORE CHOW THAW TH' IT, COMMA ._ TF2ICK FAWCY SLUMBER PARATIVE QUIET OF THAT PREHISTORIC K41GHT WAS SHATTERED — - ©1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC.- T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. By CRANE ' In a Big Way WASH TUBBS "WE 6AM8LERS RAISE THE AMTE WITH A HUGE BARBEQUg, I6ACTS OP I/AUDELE, AMP_900 C^SSS OP CHAMPAOMg. RETALIATE WtTH A _ SOTHSM A ZOO-PIECE BAMD FROM • ^s. _.^_^_L J ^-^^mAjA».-^*»h.«».^^^^^^MiMBiiiaMPMai WHE POLITICAL CAMPAIGM BE<SIUS to THE LAW-AWD-ORPEF2 KJMCH^ 'lETE DRUM CORPS. FROM EL PASQ_ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Turning the Tables By BLOSSER jZ&^^Z^gZ&Zfa THAT'S NOT OUR pp?OBLEM,MISTHR... /'^ YA BETTER SPEAK 1^ TO THE DRIVER !.' \'.'/ ket WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—Ten Thousand pounds of pecans. Southern Ice Co. log. g 2 " 3 " "^JRVlCEyOFFEREF W« clean, block, shrink, stretch tand or bjnd hats, put in new sww bands and cut brims. Stack's Ha FOR RENT nFreshTruit^ a rHolly'a Curb Market "FOB~ RENT—Four room furnished apurtme.it v-itb private bath and ga rage J. A. Sullivan, Phone 147. 41-DtC FOB BENT—Boom, private garagfi. convenient bath. Close in. Phone 183 23-3tp HEV, /T COSTS A PIME BETTER HURRY... CAWT CROS . , BRIDGE IKJ A VEHICLE, - HE/, WE BETTER AFTER RVETH' TOLL \ TO CROSS THIS BRIDGE g BE GETTIH y CHARGES ON THE i F)x -jW K 7 r-ir-M*^^—r— A r*»r^r A i . . . ? I(J, WITHOUT PAYIWG FIVE DURING HEAVY TRAFFIC HOURS/ THE BRICX3E BRIDGE ARE A CENTS TOLL CHARGES A REAL stock ,1 various style hat blocks enable us to Renovate Your Hat Properly. A trial proves. KIWDA LATE? DIME .' . T. M. REG. U. S. C»T. Off (TI1936 BY NCA SEBVICI. INC By COWAN Romeo Windy THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) I DONT KNOW ASOUT OVER IT,LIL,BUT I KNOW DACNED ** WELL I COULD GE.T THAT WAY UNDER IT .' OH,PUOOEY.' EVERYONE LOOKS SWELL IN TWESE MATS .' I'LL BET EVEN WINDY COULD GET -ROMANTIC OVER IT ,' Repair — R e f i n i s h— Remodel YOU LOOK STUNNING IN IT, ULLIE-1 . I COULD WEAR ONE./ \OUR OLD FURNITURE Special New, Coinbbiution Muderiilstic BED for only ........ S8.80 aJid up WALTER'S CABINET SHOP S. Wuliiut St. We ^pcciali/c in Cabinet Work

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