Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 16, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS "fit More You Tell, the Quicker KATES (lme-2c wvrt, minimum Me fluee. times— 3H'c word, ntln. S9e Six Hme*-«c word, minimum We w»th (2* taws)— ISe word, minimum $2.71 ore tot continuous mser- only. In making word count, disregard etastflcatioa ntme such as "For Mint," "Foe Sale," etc.— this is tax, Bat each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a fall word. For example: FOR BENT— Three-room modern apartment, with forage* in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, Total, IS words, at 2c word, Me tot ene time; at 3ftc word, 53c for tore* time*, etc. MUTE: All «rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon pteseotatlon at bill PHONE 768 Service* Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience E. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tt WE BtJY SCRAP IRON We are paying 35c cwt. or $7.00 ton. We weigh on oil mill scales whia « Certified. No cltarge for weighing. Also—we buy radiators and metal of all kinds. COX-CAS£U>Y FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO Laurel St. ' Hope, Ark. 27-26tc Wanted to Trade FOR TRADE—One Dollar Allowed 'or your old lamp on any new Alnddin Lamp. Duffie Hdw. Co. 15-3tc WARNING ORDER No. 1732. In the Circuit Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Law requires trucks lettered. B. G. Waller. Call at Bartons' Cash store. 13-6tp For Sale FOR SALE—Old newspapers, 5 cents per bundle. Hope Star. 27-26dh 'ox-Cassidy Foundry & Machine Company Plaintiff vs. Abernathy & Son. E. V. Abernathy. Jack Abernathy, W. E. Stewart Oil Company, W. E. Stewart, Harry Spooner and G. P. Birdwell Defendants The Defendants, Abernathy & Son, I. B. Abernathy, Jack Abernathy, W. 3. Stewart Oil Company, W. E. Stewrt. and G. P. Birdwell, are warned to ppear in this court within thirty days nd answer the complaint of the Plain- ff. Cox-Cassidy Foundry & Machine Company. Witness my hand and the seal of said ourt tliis 8th day of September, 1937. RALPH BAILEY, Clerk. By DALE JONES, D. C. ohn P. Vesey Attorney for Plaintiff. Sept. 9-^-23-30. FOR SALE—Unbound and permanently-bound copies of 48-page historical Centennial Edition of Hope Star. Unbound copies, 25 cents, add six cents if desired to be mailed. Permanently-bound copies 50 cents, add 12 cents if desired to be mailed. Apply Hope Star. 27-26tdh FOR SALE—Used Burroughs bookkeeping machine in perfect condition. Apply at Hope Star office. 22-tfdh. FOR SALE—Stoves, heaters, bedsteads, all kind used Furniture. Used Furniture Co. 3rd and Hazel, Hope, Ark. 15-26tc For Rent FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. 115 West Avenue B. Phone 816-J. 14-3tp FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front 'bed-room adjoining bath, close in. COS Pond Street 14-3tc ,FOR RENT—Two four-room houses in Magnolia addition. Mrs. J. E, Schooley. Phone 1638.11. 16-3tp in .FOR RENT—Three room apartment, modern, south side. Mrs. J. ; H. Bennett I10N. Washington, Phone 669J. 16-3tc Wanted SCRAP IRON WANTED Any Kind, any Quantity WE ARE PAYING 35c cwt—?7.00 TON Certified weighing scales at our yard No charge for weighing P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 E. Second St. Hope, Ark. 28-26te HIGHEST PRICES PAID For old Batteries, Radiators, Metals of all kinds. Old Tires, Sacks and Rags. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 E. Second St Hope, Ark. 28-26tc WANTED—Middle-aged white woman for housekeeper. Mrs. J. G. Thompson, 500 West Division Street. 14-3tp in the timbered areas, and the almost inaccessible brushlands of New Zealand, "down under," exists some of the most remarkable bird life of the world. Certainly there is no more interesting bird than the Tuior Parson, the honey-eater. He is a member of that great family characteristic of the Australian area. Equipped with a long, pro- trusible tongue, the parson bird obtains his honey supply at will along with whatever insects happen to be on the scene at the time. The parson is a small bird and his habitat for the most part is restricted, though the * white- throated honey-eater is found over most of Australia and Tasmania. And he is well named. The parson boasts a beautiful dark olumage, relieved only by two tufts of white feathers beneath the thin. A close relative, oddly eno'/sh, is the pugnacious friar bird, also of New. Zealand and Australia. The parson is por-. trayed on a New Zealand stamp issued in 1935. NBA Service. Inf.) British Official ] HORIZONTAL 1.5 British official in Palestine. 12 Hangman's knot. 14 Common verb. 10 Road. 18 Tiny vegetable. W Wrath. 20 Musical note. 21 Apprehends. 24 Firedog. 26 Rosary part. 27 Neuter pro- 'noun. 28 Matgrass. 29 Distinctive theory 30 Constellation. 31 Beverage. 32 Like 33 To ogle: 35 Street. 36 Breeding ' place 38 Great lake. 40 Aurora Answer to Previous Puzile 41 Chaos. '42 Wooden peg. 43 Muscid flies. 45 Roughly outlined. 48 Neuter pronoun 49 Musical note 50 Spigot 52 Sun god. 53 Toward 54 Club fees. 56 Century plant fiber/ 58 His official title. High - (Pi.)VERTICAL 2 Upon. 3 Lassoed: 4 Accomplishes. 5 You and I. 6 You and me. 7 Part of jaw. 8 Difficult. 9 Liquid part of fat 10 Plural. 11 He had difficulty with - riots. 13 Irony. 15 Britain rules Palestine under a - . 17 Most stylish. 20 Prudence. 22 Male sheep. 23 Cosmic dust. 25 Rodent. 30 Bronze. 33 Five-year period. 34 Serrate. 37 Female deer. 39 Fabulous bir* 41 Northeast. 43 Point. 44 To appear. 45 Spain 48 Ireland. 47 Ye. 51 Onager 54 To execute. 55 Tone B. 56 Italian river, 57 Measure of area. OUR BOARDING HOUSE Thursda 1937 with Major Hooplc OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS PIP SOMEOME. LOSE A CTOIKJ? I SEE YOU ARE DOWfv OW ALL FOURS,,TOk/M<i THAT BIcS SMELLER OP YOURS IWTO ' . EVERYTHIMQ/ TELL. > AAE WHAT IT WAS / SO X CAW HELP ( YOUSWIPF IT OUT/ f I-G. x NAVE MISPLACED MV STRIPED TIE, DRAT IT/ UMP- A vALuep FRESENT; TO A^E BY THE OWLS APPEECIATIOM OF MY SUCCESSFULLY 1 FILOTIMG OUR LITTLE CRAPT THROUGH THE TROUBLED WATERS OT= THE PEPRESS/OM ~~ IT IS BEYOWD MV COMPREHEMS/OW THAT 1 CAW WOT RECALL 1 PLACEP rr-~uSP(JTT-v- SPUTT? I AM POSSESSED COMVERSATIOMS WHAT WAS LOOKIMO IKE AW ELEPHAMT A MOOPLE NEVER BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES COPR. 1937 BY Nt« StRvmE. INC. T. M. RtC. U. S. MT. Off. 9-/6, I t f VVACE sob' CAWE XOO'O voovt£S} TO R.T* V.NV.E ovv 0*0 ALLEY OOP L By MARTIN _ * COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. PARTIES VOU'N I'VE BEEM THRDWIM' HAVE SURE DOME TH ; BUSINESS.' WE'VE &OT TH' BOOBS EATIN RIGHT OUT OF ODE. HAMDS' A Build-Up to Trouble By HAMLIN WASH TUBES THA'S JUS' WHAT WE'RE CrONMA DISCUSS TONIGHT.' IHA'S WHV I BB.UMG VOU IT'S NOT THAT, \ BUT THERE WAS Rfc&GY EASY, FT'S JUST I TO-SUPPOST^ ANP BILL? TO THAT I -I'VE I LIKE A POG, ANP I'M TlREP OF IT. I'M TIRED 4 ALWAYS WANTEP L -N N _ t OF SKIMPIN6 ANP SAVING ANP EATING ^y^ESs^^=^ e * LUNCHK Helping Hands By CRANE LIKE GIRLS. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS r THEN WHEN UNCLE PUCH.6Y LEFT ME A BI& MAHOGANY COMPANY, T HOPED AND PRA.YEO THAT I-THAT'1 COULp-y AW,VVHATS THE USE. I SQTTA SELL OUT ANP GO BACK TO PUNCHING f WHO A TIME CLOC WHY. EVERVBODY DOES, THE CAMr" A LEMON! IT'S WORTHLESS! LISTEN, KIP, WASH ANP I ARE 60IN6TO LOOK AROUND/SEE. AMP PONT VOU SELL EVEN A TOOTHPICK TILL YOU'VE HEARD FROM US. Tag Has Ossie Sized Up By BLOSSER wo ONE WOULD KIDNAP -THAT SQUIRT.' THERE'S SOMETTHIWG FISWV ABOUT THE WHOLE -IJ-IIWQ J SAY IVE GOT A HUNCH! , SPR(MG IT! ON OUR WAY BACK FROM CALIFORM/A HE TALKED ABOUT ONLY ONE THIMC3 .' DO YOU REMEMBER WHAT IT WAS YEAH,BUT WHAT'S THAT GOT TO DO WITH THIS SITUATION? llOPAV, WE FIND JACK AMP DE- JASOM ABOUT TO LEAVE POLICE HEAD- AS THE ' CHAGeiMED IS FORCED TO PEOP HIS IM THE PACE OF JACK'S EXPLANATION. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE / LAtslEj.'yoU SUEETX GOT HERE JUST J V IM TIME.' A y THAT KID COULD THIWK UP ALL KINDS OF WAYS ~TO AVOID ADINGj WRITING AND ARITHMETIC.. AND THIS MAY BE ONE OF THEM ! GOSH, MAYBE YOU'RE RIGHT.' HE PPraBABLY V/ANTED A LONGER VACATION, /AND BY PUTTING TWO AND TWO TOGETHER HE FIGURED A TO WORK IT .' 'THEN HE OUGHTA BE EASY TO )FIND, BECAUSE I )<wow HOW X OSBIE IS IM ARITHMETIC....AN* IF YOU ASK ME ,HE COULDN'T EVEN PUT TWO AND TWO TOGETHER AND DO IT RIGHT !! 931 BY HE Out of the Brig By THOMPSON AND COLL 1 / IT SEEMS TOO £OOO TO BE I TE.UE, TO SE.E VOU TWO SHAKING HAMDS... L HOPE \ THIS WILL BB TH.R V BEe/MMIMG OF A BEAUTIFUL. 7ii-i FRIENDSHIP/ , ^ JACK.' IM THE EXCITEMEMT, i ALMOST FOC.&OT ABOUT -, MAEK'S MOTHEE..' DID VOU BKIMft HEC- WITH V VOU? QUICK/ TELL US ABOUT THE BABV/ VOU'LL WOOW, VOUC.5ELF, IM A FEW MIMUTES. MVE.A--1 HU£e.lED TO THE POLICE A^ SOOM AS I HEAED YOU WEEE AECESTFP.' WHEM I LEFT THE HOSPITAL.. THEV HAD JUST STARTED THE' TGAM5FUSIOM-

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