Owner please 4-6tc key ring. call at Hope Star. *f&* More You fell, the S«U" FtitJNO-A ladies purse. please call at Hope Star. * RATES On* fitter. ttaM*-3%« word, ntta, SI* ttue»—6c word, tniiUmmn We Dae month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.70 «re lor continuous Itwer- only. ta making word count, disregard classification name such u "Pot ttentt" "I*<>f Sal*," etc.—this Is fise. Bnt each initial of name, or com- jfcte telephone number, counts ai a foil word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage* Close in. Bargain. 3. V. BIftnk, nhotw 999*. Total, IS words, at 2c word, 3»c lot one time; at 3We word, 53c tot three times, ett, NOTE: All -rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Kumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience &. R. Segnar 12<F S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Wfi BUY - 1ND1ANHEAD AND UNCOLNHEAD PENNIES. WILL PAY UP TO $75.00 each for INDIAN- HEADS and $2.00 each for LINCOLN- HEADS BEFORE 1923. Write us for shipping instructions. Send lOc to cover mailing and handling our lates buying catalog. Prices guaranteed WISCONSIN COIN CO., Box 523B, Milwaukee, Wis. 4-3tp Wanted WAITED—New or renewal of Subscriptions to any magazine. Special lubs for schools. See Chas. Reynerson at city hall. l-6te WANTED TO BUY-Logs loncled on . & A. tracks. Hardwood or Pine, ood prices paid. Write or wire Roy O. Martin Lumber Co., Castor, La. Phone Alberta 2111. 5-6tp WANTED—Agents lo introduce Malet line of toilet goods. See me at iruner-Ivory Handle Co., after 4 p.m. loss H. Bales.. 5-6tp. Teday't Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS THE, HOPE MATTRESS CO. ia thanking every one for their patronage of the past. See them at once for prices and easy terms on any kind oi mattreses from straight renovate to air-condition inner-spring. Located on West 67 Highway. 5-3t-p HOLD EVERYTHING. Don't have nightmares sleeping on that old hard bed. Let us rebuild it or call iis for prices on new white cotton or feather mattresses. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ' MATRESS SHOP, 712 west Fourth Street, Paul Cobb, Phone 853-J. 5-6tc For Rent FOR RENT —Two-loom furnished apartment with private bath and garage. All utilities paid. Phone 79. Mrs. Frank Hutchens. 2-3tc. FOB RENT—Large, desirable bed room for couple, with board. Phone 238- 4-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler Phone 906. l_6t c For Sale FOR SALE: Residential property, 92x225 feet. Southeast Corner Hervey and Avenue C. Box 1503, Shreve- Port, La. 22-14tp. FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents ,per gallon; Call at office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. Questions on Page One 1. A.—False. An eclipse of the sun occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the earth. d.~False. Coolidge became President upon Harding's death. The others are true. 2.—Novel—unusual and a story. Crane—a long-necked, longleg- ged bird, and a hoisting machine. Squash—a game and a vegetable. Palm—inside of one's hand and a tree. Stern—back of a boat and harsh. 3. Concern, New Hampshire, is the only capital listed correctly. 4. Two days separate Sunday and Thursday—Friday and Saturday. You were warned. 5. Susan's father was a brother of John's mother. Susan's moth was a sister of John's father. So They Say • FOR SALE—Now is the time to sow oats. We have the best seed you can buy, Ferguson No. 922. Re-cleaned, tested, 50 cents per bushel. Sow one and a half bushels per acre—it's plenty. Hope Brick Works. 29-6tc Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Barley, May Wheat, Vetch, Winter Peas, Winter Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS SEED STORE l-26tc Lost ;LOST—Two keys on small chain at Hope football stadium. Had small silver shoes on the chain. Phone 576. Mrs. J. W. Strickland. 2-3tc. Sometimes I envy the isolated farmer who could go nowhere even if he wanted to.—Ann Sbthern, movie actress. More and more we are coming to iced nurses who are available instantly to go by air with patients who need special medical service.—Maj. Lauret:a M. Schimmoler, president and the founder, Aerial Nurse Corps of Arner- 'ca. I think it ... impertinent that American showmen come over here thinking they can buy peers like they auy cigars.—Lord; Kinnoull, -London,, after publication of ad for six months for Broadway show. We must renounce war and the methods of war, because war in its nature has no regard for the sacredness of human personality.—William E. Wilson of Lancashire, England. I always felt that I could do what any man could do.—Mrs. W. Ulsh, Springfield, 111., who claims she is the nation's only woman "tuck pointer (replacing mortar between bricks). Most of us slouch in our speech. We are like the girls of years ago who thought the "debutante slouch," a careless manner of posture and walking, indicated smartness.—Jeanette McDonald, singing movie star. The state of Montana has 5222 miles of railway within its boundaries. Important Food HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured food crop. 5 It is also called -. 10 The fruits are . 14 Melody. 15 Fervor. 16 Low tide, 17 Tense. 18 Opera scene. 19 Hence, 20 Pretense. 2} Laughter „ sound. 22 Electrical unit 23 Haze. 2.4 Falsehood; 28 Climbing shrub. 28 Definite article, 31 Three, 33 Data, 34 Encountered. Answer to Previous Puzzle meal, 46 Dutch measure. 48 Form of "be," 50 Trees, 55 Type standard 56 Tight. 57 Spectral Images. 37 Sword handle. 60 Ratite bird, 30 Painful prick. 6i Apportioned 41 To contend. medicine, 42 To forgive, 62 It is a ——• 44 Being. North Amev« 45 The —»«. is ican cereal,' ground into 63 The cover of this fruit. VERTICAL 1 Fresh water flsh. 2 Verbal, 3 Mature, 4 Native, 5 Devices for mashin?. 6 Alms box. 7 Fish. 8 Earth'3 temperature division, 9 Rubbing out, 10 Foe. 11 Pertalniog to air. 12 Tatters. 13 Stain, 25 Neuter pronoun, 27 Go on (music) 28 To menace. 29 To hasten. 30 Tree. 32 Paragraph. 33 Handle. 34 Flightless ratite bird. 35 Roof point covering. 36 Five ancj five. 38 Musical note, 40 Within, 41 Credit. 43 Sailoi*. 45 Jewel, 47 Apart. 49 Peruses, 51 Mongolian priest. 52 Composition for two. 53 Toilet case. 54 Empty talk. 58 To accomplUJ 50 Rumanian coin. STAR, HOMi OUR BOARDING MOUSE OUT OUR WAY ONE* YOU, ALL ?MdHT SHS'P POKB THAT FOUND ALBUM ALWAYS THOSE WHEW £LUB TOWW ON SOAD,7W6 wene DECKED WITK4 AND WAS WOVE.W I WTO. twe SPOKES/ A HOLE •P6MC 6,117 *TH' HOOPLE SCHN.O22.Le "THAT HOT-POCt-BUN BEEZER SEEMS TO BE STAMfARD E=QUIPA\ENT ON ALL HOOPLE MOPELS' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MART ALLEY OOP Hints Mean Nothing to Oop < VJHYUHECX DiD HE MAFTA COME ALONG 1 H£ MAX£S ME SO MAPI COULD GIVE. 'M A 'lF HB SHOULD LEARN WELL,WHATCHA GONNA DO WHEN Y'GET WHERE HUMTIM'? <3E.E,THA'S SWELL,' WHAT IS IT WE'RE GOWWA HUWT 6Y GOLLV, FOO1V- TH WAV VOU ACT, ) IF i D/DN'T KNOW yA BETTER, I'D \ THIMK y'DIDN'T WANT VOUR. OL' PA COMPAMV SAV, FOOZV- WHERE YA GOINl! THATCHA EXPECT T'BE GONE SUCH A LOM5 TIME,? OH, NUTHIM MUCH-JU5'A ALL JH'OAV 7HKU -AN'JU5' WHEN 1 GO7 LOIS OF &ITOFACHORE. THERE'S SOME LITTLE THIW6 I GOTTA HUNT FOR.' OH, QUITE A WAYS IT'S DANGEROUS; .WHAT I CAM'T SE ITS'INTEREST ' CURIOUS GOSH, YOU ARE A' SCREAM; vou AW' A CAT WOULD fl V\AKE A eoogy TEAM.' HE'D &£, MADDtk'NA BIG, j BOILBO OMi: V'ALMOST SMART M. REG. U. S R. 1937 BVNEA SERV'j3L% >NC. WASH TUBBS Swing Time EVEIEVBODY'S IN THEIR ROOMS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THEEE'SMORE'MONE WAV TO F/AJD OUT WHO SHOT AT US. SURE GNOUGH! THERE'S A COUPi-A EMPTV SHELLS AND THE BARREL'S STILL WARM. HERE/ EMM IKE DOM CARLOS '6UN. r NOW, VOU BLANKETV BLANKED VOU'RE 6OIN6 TO GET WHAT5 COMING VOU.'x FRECKLES HIS FRIENDS By BLOSS YOU GET ME HOME, NUTTY, AMD I'LL. SWEAK MY ROOM AMD PUT PACKS OW IT TO BRIWS DOWW THE: SWELLING f IF MOM PIMDS OUT ABOUT THIS, MY FOOTBALL SEASOW IS I WELL, YOU GOTTA DO SOME THING! GEE, I JUST HAPPENED TO THINK,...THE SOPHOMORE MASQUERADE TOMORROW KIK3WT THINK I JUST A LIGAMENT TORN LOOSE, OR SOMETHING ! IT'S NOT A BdWE! IT'a •f PAINFUL, THOUGH AWC> PUT TWE SPOTLIGt-TT OM A LE<3 IWJURY? W01HIWG POIMG! THEY WOULDW'T L,ET ME PLAY IF IT HURTS THAT MUCH, MAYBE YOU SeTTETR SEE A CX3C7PR f WELL, YOUR DAMCIMG WILL FOOTBALL MYRA NORTH, SPECJAL NURSE " ' Plain and Fancy Detecting By THOMPSON AND COlil, AN OPERATION I NEVER BEFORE HAP SEEN/AND JUST AT A CemCAI. MOMENT, VON BODEN SENT ME ACROSS THE ROOM FOR SOMETHIN6 BUT Zt> BE WILLIN6 TO tt THAT THE OPERATION HE PERfORMED DOE? /MORE VOU MEAM THAT IT'S SIMILAR TO THE EXPERIMENTS THEYVE MAPE WITH THE BRAINS OF APE5, TO ELIMINATE FEAR? n EXACTLV/ MVRA! B-BUT F'S UNTHINKABLE' WELL, IT SIVESME TO THINK ABOUV - AMD FRPM NOW ON, WE'RE GOING TO po SOME PLAIN ANP FANCY "DETECTING'.'
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