Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 6, 1937
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tW^fW''« s HV i'% ; *TS* MOMS You fell, th* Quicker &MK9 wert, minimum 30c $s« word, win. Stt Sfct tfine*-<e wttttf, minimum Me (Me month (ft ttm«s)-lSc word, minimum $2.79 atis fot continuous (met* la;iaiticiHg wotd eount. disregard efiastffcattoa name such as "For BeaV "For Safe," eie.-tUs Is faee. Kit t&h initial or name, or com- i&te telephone number, counts as i ran word. For example: ?0ft BENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage Cto»e to. Bargain. J. V. Blank, fauna 9991 , 15 words, at 2c word, Me Ut owe Ume; at 3Vic word, 53e for three dues, etc. NOTE: All .rfders placed by fttephdoe are due and payable upon fctiK&tatMn of biH PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience &R. Sesnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4- a Found Rey ring. Owner pleasfe caW at Rope Star. 4-6tc FOUJfE^-A ladies purse. please call at Jfo|Se Star. Owner 4-6tc Personals WE SUY - 1NDIANHEAD AND UNCOLNHEAD PENNIES. WILL PAY UP TO $75.00 each for INDIAN- HEADS and $2.00 each for L1NCOLN- HEABS- BEFORE 1923. Write us for shipping instructions. Send lOc td cover mailing and handling our latesi buying catalog. Prices guaranteed WISCONSIN COIN CO., Box 523$ Milwaukee, Wis. 4-3t p Wanted, names, MEN under 2G who are willing to work for $75.00 a month while training to become nvintors or round mechanics. One year's training given by U. S. Air Corps. Costs ab- "olutely nothing. Flying Intelligence Service. Box 522, Milwaukee. Wis. 6-lt Wanted WANTED-New or renewal of Sub- criptions to any magazine. Special lubs for schools. See Chas. Reyner- on at city hall. i-fitc WANTED TO BUY-Logs loaded on & A. tracks. Hardwood or Pine. Hood prices'paid. Write or wire Roy "5. Martin Lumber Co., Castor, La. hone Alberta 2111. 5-6tp For best automobile repair work see Benson, at 556 Service Station. All work guaranteed. 6-3tp " Any Car Trouble? See Benson at 556 Service Station, Prices reasonable. 6-3tp For Battery Service, Phone Benson at 556 Service Station. 6-3tp THE HOPE MATTRESS CO. is thanking every one for their patronage of the past. See them at once for prices' and easy terms on any kind of 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 jbed. tet us rebuild it or call us for '-prices on new white cotton or feather •mattresses. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY 'MATRESS SHOP, 712 West Fourth • Street, Pan! Cobb. Phone 853-J. 5-6tc WANTED—Agents to introduce Mariet line of toilet goods. See me at Bruner-Ivory Handle Co., after 4 p.m. Ross H. Bales. 5-6tp. BOYS WANTED—Ages 12 to 15—to do pleasant educational wrok afternoons and Saturdays. Good pay. Apply by letter to J T care Hope Star, Box 98. 6-ltp Today'i Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS For Rent FOR RENT—Large, desirable bed room for couple, with board. Phone 238. 4_ 3tc , 'FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler I>hone 906. 1.1 For Sale FOR SALE: Residential property, 92x225 feet, Southeast Corner Hervey and Avenue C. Box 1503, Shreve••Port,La. 22-J4tp. FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses " in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents " per gallon. Call at office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Barley, May Wheat, Vetch, Winter Peas, Winter Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS SEED STORE l-26tc . FOR SALE—One fresh 4 gallon cow. I MEAN 4 gallon cow for sale. See Hugh D. Clark. 6-3tp Lost LOST—Pair of silver rimmed glasses in blade leather case. Thursday night near Missouri Pacific depot. Return to Mrs. J. F. ,Kaufman i Okay, Ark. 6-3tp Questions on Page One 1. Bomb, tomb, comb, dumb, lamb, limb, numb, etc. 2. Michigan, Minnesota. Wisconsin. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York border on the Great Lakes. 3. Edward VIII reigned for 326 days. 4. Stop still spells "pots" for housewives. 5. Eleven numbers denoting hours and six denoting seconds are found on most watches. So They Say The Rand is quicker than the eye—< Sally Rand, fan dancer, giving reason for her success. They've stolen a dozen of them since the war started over there—William Griffin, foreman of New York sewers, commenting on the disappearance of sewer man-hole covers. Liberty in its full and true sense is an indispensable part of economic security. Political liberty and economic freedom are allies, not enemies —Senator William E. Borah, Idaho. Dipping is the most detestable, contemptible and embarrassing practice in the world.—Victor Dessert, Spokane, Wash., hotel man. A woman who knows all the answers, but has never been asked the questions.—Definition of an old main, by Miss Erlene White, president, National Association of Business and Professional Women. According to the government of British India, 24,000 persons were killed by wild animals there in 1927 Snakebite was responsible for the deaths of 19,069 persons that year. A Belle of Yesterday : HORIZONTAL " 1,7 A stage star of the 1900s. 13 Arabian. 14 Chooses by ballots. 16 Three united. 17 Alleged force. ISVillifies. 20 Northeast. 21 Form of "a."22 Loss of power at motion. 24 Southwest. 26 Unit of electromotive force. 27 Drone bee. 29 Banal. 31 Genus of evergreen shrubs. 33 Headstrong. 34 Egg-shaped. 35 To come in. 37 High. 38 God of war. 40 *?Q ; devour. 41 Southeast. 43 Pevilish. 48 Pep. 49 Measure of Answer to Previous Puzzle area. 51 Killer in a bull flght. 52 You. 53 Greedy. 55 To adorn with gems. 56 To wander. 58 Railway stations. 59 She was world!2 Behold, famous for 15 Sesame. her . VERTICAL 1 Musical note 2 To press, 3 Boy. 4 Pound. 5 To prevent, fi New star. 7 To depend. 8 Consumes. 9 Street. 10 Sea eagle. 11 Falsehoods. 18 Respiratory sound. 19 Hill slope. 21 She wus one of the most popular of her day. 22 Flusters. 23 Sisterly. 25 Her profession made her 26 View. 28 Headed pin. 30 Hastened. 32 Food container. 36 To countersink. 37 Animal. 39 Pierces with a knife. 42 Roof edge. 44 Devoured. 45 Scolds constantly. 46 Fish. 47 Hair tool. 48 To throb. 50 To tear stitches, 52 Ye. 53 Paid publicity. 54 To accomplish. 56 Sun god. 57 Form of "me." fltOPSr STAIt, ftOM, ARKANSAS Wednesday, Octob' OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUR WAY MUST WAVE! MAT? A'Te>UQV4 ^uceess rw owe td IMS 0UIOAWCE Ot= MV BUT 1=OR THE (ROW. WILL AUD PETERMIMATlOM THAT FOR66T3 IWTO MY BfelWG, WOULD HAVE ABLE TO ACCOMPLISH ALU. MY PH6UOMBMAU TM' CLASS, WITH A COUPLE OP CLUCKS VOU 3AKE COMPETITION/ THIRD MATERIAL. HAD ~rc WITH UHE S-AAARTEST HOOPLE I0~b BO£W THIETV YEAIJS TOO 5OOIO. (jrf7.vMiuu.fsMa BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Poor Ferdy By MARTI ALLEY OOP I Toldja So!" WAKE UR QUICK COMETO.'.'IVEFDUMD SUMPIU THAT MA> OP IWTEREST T 1 FOUND AMP £> IT GOES, DAV AFTte PAY, AS 7HEV PEMETEATE DEEPER IMTO THE JUMGLE — OOP LOOK IMG FOR HIS LOST D1MOSAU&, FOO2V SECRETLV jw SEAE.CH OF A EACE PLAMT FOE. THE GI2AMD W1ZEE-- ACCOMPANY MB OV 1H/S JUNGLE 15 70UdH, HELEASH 7HA7, FOZ \ CO, imO MILLIONS OF- S, /M WZA7H, WOULD &LDM! 7FMD OifT I/WA7 OL /MS OU MS HE'S GOT HIMSELF IMO KIND OF A JAM, J 7HMK HE'S SCARED I'LL FIND OUT- REMEMBER,WHE.M MO 1 SAW 1WO SNIFF. SNIFF WHAT? COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF WASH TUBES Ganging Up By CRANE WHAT'S COMIM& OFF HERE? THIS BLASTEP POLECAT \EE9 A LIE! TOC>K. A COUPLE O 1 SHOTS AT US, THAT'S WHATf ; COME ON,BOVS. WE'VE STOOP ^ ALLTOSETHEEf \ WE'LL 1 " 1 SAT THEIR BARSJ SHOW OFF ENOUGH FROM THESE &UVS"! rrrpa^l»mrnar-mrrr ir-n ^^~~Tnr~TTnrfi~ 'T IIITHITTI iiiTiim'i . •nimiiiiiiuni FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS YOU'RE; QOWWA HAVE <^ IT'SA CIWCH....I'M SUPPOSED ; A HE:CK OF A TIME )TO BE THE FIFE PLAYER iw TOUR TWISTED f . ' LIMP ALL I WAWT BOY', You SURE MUST LIKE MAS QUERADES! WHH THAT BAD LEO .OF YOURS 1 , YbU PUGHTA BE; HOME IW SPLINTS'/ YOU'LL WEVER MAKE IT TO A CHAIR, WAWT ME TO GIVE YOU A START 1 ^OSIR,WUTTY...I'M LAY FOOTBALL THIS- Jl YEAR, AMD I'M WOT QOWMA BE BETMCHED OKI ACCOUMT OF YOU DOMT h hJUTTY.,,.THIS GIRL. HERE, HAS ALREADY GIVEW ME IF"! SHOW UP AT THAT PEOPLE WOULD ASK DOM'T WAWT THE COACH TO WOW ABOUT IT; SPECIAL NURSl Myra Overhears Interesting Conversation By THOMPSON AND I'VE JUST HAP 7HE PLEASURE OF MEETIMG •BULL' KARPOM^HE MOTOCiOUS\ : GAM& LEADER^MO I'M GOIMG j, TO r —— s AND THEN, AS MVRA PAUSES LISTEN), DOC - WHAT'S THE IDEA OF HAVIW'THAT KJEW DOCTOR AWP THE PAMEAROUKJO; ARE VUH SURE THEY'RE OKAV THEY FIT IKJTO MV PERFECTI-y,"BULL"-- BUT YOU'tL HAVE TO BEHAVE VOUCLSELF, HEREAFTER.- J'VE TOLD THEM VOU ARE- OWE OF MV PATIENTS VOW BODENS OFFICE -

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