Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 17, 1937 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR, ARKANSAS "ft* More You Hell, the Quicker Vtfu Sell" HATES . JHt ttn«)-4e wort, intalmtun Me th (» ttmw)- I8e wwrd, minimum |2.tl •re lor toattnuotu taser- Mfcing word count, ffcHMtation OHM raeh M "For •tent," "Fot Sole," etc.-this is tee, *tt «M& initial M name, or complete telephone number, counts as • MI word. For example: fOX .MINT— Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage* etaM In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone tat. Total, IS wotds, at 2c word, Sic III one time; at 3ftc word, Me for three ttaea, etc. NOR: An wrden placed by telephone are due and payable upon oft MIL PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H. R Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf So They Say It is none of jour business as neutrals what the* effect of our neutrality will be upon anybody but ourselves.— Senator Vandenburg of Michigan. Japan is irrevocably committed to a policy of military conquest and expansion on the Asiatic continent.—Hoo Chai-tsai, Chinese official at the League of Nations. Bet he'll be out there thumbing rides again tonight.—Lorin Roberts, Idaho Falls, Idaho, after a night owl rode five miles on the headlight of Roberts' car. My next hop will be from Key West to Havana. — Charley Zimmey, legless swimmer who swam 145 miles, from Albany to New York. I am glad to have contributed to this victory, which undoubtedly will facilitate final and complete triumph and the liberation of the Mediterranean from Bolshevik infiltration.—Premier Mussolini, after the fall of Santander, Spain. OUR BOARDING MOUSE with .... Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS , Life Insurance in Force Donald V. Moore Representative of Jefferson Standard' LIFE INSURANCE CO. Law requires trucks lettered. B. G. Waller. Call at Bartons' Cash store. 13-6tp For Sale 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 SO cents, add 12 cents if desired to be mailed. Apply Hope Star. 27-26tdh FOR SALE—Stoves, heaters, bedsteads, all kind used Furniture. Used Furniture Co. 3rd and Hazel, Hope, Ark. . 15-26tc ^ Wanted to Trade FOR TRADE—One Pollar Allowed for your old lamp on any new Aladdin Lamp; Duffie Hdw. Co. 15-3tc For Rent v FOR RENT—Two four-room houses in Magnolia addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 1638_U. lG-3tp FOR RENT—Three room apartment, modern, south side. Mrs. J. H. Bennett HO N. Washington, Phone 669J. 16-3tc Wanted~~ SCRAP IRON WANTED Any Kind, any Quantity WE ARE PAYING 35c cwt—J7.00 TON Certified weighing scales at our yard No charge 'for weighing P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 E. Second St Hope, Arlt. 28-26te IH WARSAW: 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 WE BUY SCRAP IRON We are paying 35c cwt. or ?7.00 ton. We weigh on oil mill scales which re certified. No charge for weighing. Also—we buy radiators and metals of all kinds. COX-CASSIDY FOUNDRY & • MACHINE CO Laurel St. Hope, Ark. 27-26tc JgETWEEN Bolshevism ; one side and Hitlerism on thej other, Warsaw, the capital <jf Pto-' land, today links two "worlds."! To the east Russia presses forward with a new solution for an an- 1 cient problem while to the westi Germany seeks still another expression for its. desires. d"~"—* There was a time when~War-1 saw was eclipsed only by -Paris. In those days it stirred the envy sf Prussia, Austria and Russia.', Then its glories faded under at-' tacks from every side. But now Poland is coming back and War- 1 ;aw again assumes something of ts old importance. 4fcfc ----- — ^ On the summit of a hill, stretch?! Ing back from the Vistula, "the! bloody river" of the. World War.) Warsaw's spires and domes reach skyward. They remind one, for.' the most part, of days past. « Quaint .houses with high gables'! [lot the city and the government buildings reflect the same period.! Pride of this group is the Bel- vveder Palace, the "White House af Poland." It was the home of Poland's liberator, Marshal Pil- ; iudski and since his death it has become a national museum, d e v o t e di largely to' the m e" m-i ory of. this) great Pole.' The. -palace is shown on a 1935 stamp. I!i:i7. NKA K National Insignia HORIZONTAL I Coat of arms of , pictured here. • This country is having trouble. 11 Clock face 12 Assumed name. 14 To unclose. 16 Tree. 17 Green herbage plants. 19 God of war. 20 Go on 'music) 21 Hammer head. 22 Street car. 24 Mountain. 25 Humor. itf Aeriform fuel. 28 Legal claims. 30 Musteline mammal. 82 One. 33 Precept. 34 Corner. 36 Punitive. 37 Skirt edge. 38 Before. 39 Ell. 41 To subside. Answer to Previous Puzzle L OR DLJW AUC HOP 44 Without. t6 Like. 17 Any flatfish. 49 Grew teeth. 51 To perch. 52 Ratite bird. 54 Brier bush. 55 Plural pronoun. 56 This country is a — — center 57 It has the VERTICAL 1 Filaments. 2 Male sheep. 3 Morindin dye. 1 Anxiety. 5 Enthusiasm. 6 Woody fiber. 7 Consumer. 8 To depart. 9 Roof point covering. 10 Word. mountain 11 This country's of the Alps in money was its borders. recently . 13 Exists. 15 Student of nature. 17 Obtains. 18 Starch. 21 Hinge pins. 23 Substances. 25 To balance. 27 Rock. 29 Wayside hotel 31 Epoch. 35 To eject. 36 To be undecided. 40 Mongolian monk. 42 God of wisdom. 43 Part of type. 14 Persian ruler. 45 Pertaining to air. 46 Ventilates. 48 Genus of cattle. 50 Musical note. 51 To br.ing legal proceedings. 53 Exclamation. 55 Sound of pleasure. PSHAW/ FOK TH£ ut=B CPAAB I CANT UNDERSTAND IT/ SPuT-T«~ SPUTT~ 1 HAVE SCANJfxiEP EVSRV MOOIA AMP FORMER OF AAY ROOM AND NEITHER HIDE MpR HAIR CAM IF-IMD OF IT/ FuF-F^RJFF — eClAD' HOW AM .OB3ECT O"F SUCH GAUPIWESS COULD ESCAPE THE SAME KEEN EYES THAT MADE A\E WORLD FAMOUS AS AM INDIAN SCOUT PURINQ "FROMTIER PAYS-~UMF-F-«-'-MY WORD / ROLL, UP THE SHADE-^-^ THE BETTER FOR ME TO •DISCERN WHAT IS BENEATH THIS BEP/ IP FOCUS YOUR LAMPS OM THAT . GREASE- SPATTERED, OLD CRAVAT Ot= NOURS, YOU'D BETTER TAKE THEM DOWM AND HAVE AJEW BULBS PUT IM m 7/7 ..--.. *~ HURRAY /> ^•-, t°,P K * Lc50 ^ - HE'S >^C/ w PROFESSOR. Type, '^ WE WON'T fivER HAVE TO WOC.K FOR. HIM- J-OOK.' HE'S WALKIM' WITH OME RX»T IM TH" WATER AM'JUST 6UMPED HI& HEAP AN' OOM'T KNOW »Tf 7 •tife'X?*^ _ ^/ ^w%^<C^ fe-^ / o > » 3/J'-".' fi>\«v /GO5M, THAT'S RIGHT/ VVE C-EEN TMINKIM' CUZ. HE WAS BRI0HT IW SCHOOL, HE'P OWN TM 1 TOWN, SOME PAY. •"•T^2_ ?C-a*n "E^"-*-/ r rx a^-o ' *»^ ^r „ r~>*i I AIMT GLOATIM', VET- HE MAY 6S TESTIM' OUT A THEORY THAT »F YOU THIMK WHILE YOU'RE GOIW, VOLTL.!- OWM TH' PLACE WHEM YOU GET ^ «''<t±. fe K^ \ ^te/ A. <^^ & ^- ~» "^ VICE. INS.' T. Si. I JT= IT WAS IM QLA-SS HE WOULD PROBABLY FIMD IT/ !»V^ — ^-., ^ C_. i ** - •a'S^*"^ „-• •» N 1 ^^—^x - w. ''w^s^*** *t. «>.. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES _ COP*. 14Jt BY NEA SEBVICE. INC. SCHOOL DA7.E. Worry—No End r • v' ^gT* i * i By MARTIN 7 ALLEY OOP SOMEGUVS FOOLIM' WHH ;H'GOVERNMENT LIABLE TPUT ROPE AROUWD Their Goose Should Have Hung Higher \^ COPR. 1?37 BYNEASERVICE.'lNC.'TT By HAMLIN WITH ALLTH' FRIENDS WE'VE CrOT- AN' OL' DINNV CONE. WE WOW'T MA ANY TEQUfcLE SHO/IN' OUZ. AN' OOP ABOUND/ WHV, POO1V—WE P6ACTICALLV CQVJTROL MOO, RUO JUSTUS^ 11WO-WE CONTROL AAOO r^ i £~r WASH TUBBS TAKE IT AMP .....WASH AMP EASY SUP OUT OF CAMP TO LOOK. OVER. THE Bl6 TIMBER.. »37 BY NEA SCRVICE, INC, T.M. Rf6 More Trouble BEIN OUICK.. 6EAB POM'T CATCH By CRANE J, fHli-E THE BOSS (S PlSTRISUTING WEEKLY ' FOOD RATIONS TO THE INDIAN! LABORERS.... FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I HAVE IT ALL PIGUReiD OUT ! OSSIE CAME: HOME PROM CALI- PORMIA ' REMEMBER^V/E GOT HOME LATE ? THEM HE SWEAKED I WTO THE HOUSE j GOT WHAT HE WAWTED AMD SCRAMMED Great Minds YOU 6UYS. I'LL SHOW COPR, 19.37 BY HEA SERVICE' GOOD &RACIOUS.' WHAT'S . WRONG?, ""^— A NOW, MISS KELTON,YOU JUST TAKE . IT EASY AND LEAVE ME HANDLE THIS- I'M AN OLD' HAND AT TROUBLESHOOTING, BUT HOW ABOUT THAT BROKEW WIKI- DOW PAWE IM HIS BEDROOM ></*~~ i VI YOU KMOW HOW OSSIE IS J HE PROBABLY CLIMBED OLTT OP HIS BEDROOM WITHOUT FIRST MAKIWQ SURE THE WIWDOW WAS RAISED.. AW 1 BUSTED THE: GLASS f YES, BUT THERE WERE MAW-SIZED FOOT- PRIMTS IN THE ROSE- BED! OW A PAIR OF HIS FATHER'S SHOES TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE Wt. WAS 'KIDNAPPED j C50 ALMOST £2 By BLOSSER MYRA NORT IT'S AW EXCIT(N<3 MOMEMT FOE. , AS SM& AMD PB. CAE50M TIPTOE TO THE NU/ZSEeV TO i-EAeM THE FATE OF THE iEOVAL BABV. NURSE J'M... I'M AFEAID 10 ASkl- GI&SOM- TELLUS... (SHE- "IHE CHILD IS SLEEPIMS PEACEFULLY, MISS NORTH.IM HAPpy TO SAV HE'S GOIAJ6 TO "Mark" Pulls Through HOW COME YOU VE GOT EVERYTHIMQ FIGURED OUT SO WELL'S BECAUSE 1 WAS COMMA DO THE SAME THIMG MYSELF, BUT THAT POOR PRUKIE BEAT ME TO IT ." ' IT ~*3 SlkV '••<* j.M. HEC. U. S. PAT.OfF *> By THOMPSON AND COLL you voue. &ABV CLIWIC OVEE- TO MISS PEL&V BEFOE.6 WE LEFT/MOSE5* BCINJGS UP OUR LAST PEO&LEM.

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