Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 8, 1937
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More Yotf Tell, th« VdttSeU" KATES #86 8tf*-Zfc wrt, mtotanttn Mte Thwe Uines-JWc word, nib. SOe Stt Um&-~6e word, minimum 90c month (26 HinesO—I8e word, minimum $2.70 ate tor continuous taser- flotts only, (a dusking word, count, disregard classification name such as "For /* "Pot Sale," ctc.-tfiis is fift*. 8ut each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage^ close ia. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 59991 Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3tc fat one time; at 3Vic word, 53c for thtee times, etc. NOTE: All «rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf • Any Car Trouble? See Benson at 556 Service Station. Pi-ices reasonable. 6-3tp Wanted WANTED TO BUY-Logs loaded on L, At A. tracks. Hardwood' or Pine. Good prices paid. Write or wire Roy O. Martin Lumber Co., Castor, La. PHonc Alberta 2111. 5>-Gtp WANTED—Agents to introduce Mh- riet line of toilet goods. See mo a Bruner-Ivory Handle Co., after 4 p.m Ross Hi Bales, 5-6tp _, LOST—Pair of silver rimmed glasses in black leather case. Thursday night near Missouri Pacific depot. Return to Mrs. J. F. Kaufman, Okay, Ark. G-3tp Shadow of Hospital Falls Over Honeymoon FON DU LAC, Wis.—(/PI—Mrs, Leon- ircl Scheibach. a brule of only a few loxirs. spant what was supposed to lave been her honeymoon in a hos- lital bed. recovering from an appendectomy. She became ill before the ceremony, nit refused to postpone either the vedding or the reception which fol- owed. At the latter however, she ollapsed and underwent an cmerg- ncy operntion. Four months after the Hindenburg vas wrecked at Lakehurst. the U. S. *favy ordered two large blimps. HOLD EVERYTHING. Don't have nightmares sleeping on that old hard ted. Let us rebuild it or call us for prices on new white cotton or feather mattresses. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY MATRESS SHOP, 712 West Fourth Street, Paul Cobb. Phone 853-J. 5-6tc Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS For Rent FOR RENT—One or two room apartments, furnished or unfurnished, private bath, utilities paid. Also sleeping rooms. 413 South Main. 7-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—Seed oats, Ferguson No. 522, Recleaned by us, tested by the State Laboratory, tagged and guaranteed 99.57% pure, no cheat, no grass, just oats, 50 c.ts. per bushel while they last. It has been brought to our attention seedsmen have been selling oats_for years representing them as our oats when we never saw them. Our oats are good, none better. Hope Brick Works. 7-6tc FOR. SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call at office, of Hope Star.- 27-15-dh. 'May Abrtizzi Rye, Oat*', Barley, Wheat,* .'!Vetch, Win&ri-Peas; ^ Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs." MOOTS EEFJ3 STORE l-26tc For best automobile repair work see Benion, at 556 Service Station. AH work guaranteed. 6-3tp FOR SALE—One fresh 4 gallon cow. I MEAN 4 gallon cov/ for sale. See Hugh D. Clark. 6-3tp Found FOUND—A key ring. Owner please call at Hope Star. 4-6tc FOUND—A ladies purse, please call at Hope Star. Owner 4-6tc For Battery Service, Phone Benson at 556 Service Station. 6-3tp FOUND — White and red spotted setter male bird dog. Apply John W. Owen, 409 South Elm street. 7-3tp Questions on Page One 1. The Ohio river separates ken- tucky and Illinois. 2. Immerger—disappeared, is the only correct definition. 3. An albino might be any of them. An albino is any plant, animal or person that is unnaturally white. 4. Georgette is silk, not cotton. How did you score. 5. My brother and my husband's sister, if related, would be husband and wife. -at » gj The Best In Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Penn., qt 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt _.... 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Ho(©~-©pen Day & Nite Orville W, Err in ger Hope, Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp. CUMICO We make •- •fashionable, remove a 11 sails, dirt& wrinkles by dry cleaning, PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters Cobb's Radio SERVICE BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES Phone 383 Baseball Player HORIZONTAL 1. 6 pictured baseball star 12 Correspondence 13 Ancient 14 Epilepsy symptom 1 15 Kind of orchid 16 To court 17 Them? of ;i composition 19 Era 20 Spiral plant stem 22 Dry 23 Behold. 24 Musical note 25 Heart. 27 South Carolina. 28 To proffer 29 Pitcher 31 Greedy 32 Grit. ' 33 Fiber knots. 35 Supreme Norse god. 37 Note in scale Answer to Previous Puzzle 39 Railroad. 40 Noise 41 Form of "u." 42 Ovum 44 Resists. 4R Work of skill. 49 Verbal. 51 Stir. 52 Manufactured 54 Prepares for firing 50 Relieving. 58 He is ' of H) Weapons. his ball team H Cognomens 59 He played in 13 To possess. the team of players VERTICAL 2 Adult insect. 3 Walking stick 4 Young goat 5 Exultant 6 Lump of clay 7 Smell 3 To dedicate. 9 To regret 1.5 Ho is a player on his team 18 He was severely injured in a baseball 21 Frozen water. 24 Jot-key 26 Amber 28 Flour box 30 Hastened 34 Insect's leg. 35 Poem 36 Dreary. 38 Assembly 41 Amphitheater .center 43 To smile broadly 45 Father 46 Queer 47 Therefors 48 Entrance 50 Wine vessel 53 Onager 54 Afternoon 5ft Southeast 56 Ell 57 Giam AflttHttf Friday, October 8, I _ ....... , . ........ . UR BOARDING ytlsi, ,., , , By WILL THA' Ot= IW SISTE-R AKJD KAFp* SORT 01= A SHE S6NDS ME A COLLECT, AND TH£W t HER WITH A C,O,O. WHY, UW- OH ver- ves A\A'AM. NO, 1 THINK OUf df= TH6 SAME IF THERE WAS A JUST A THAT HAS PUCE LUCK THAT KNOW WE'LL 1 PEG HIM, S<S3M6.PAV * OUfc APPLET MAKE US AW APPLES SALE, youwo MAW.' OUT - \f- ME CARRIED &A<=>KI ME COULOM't EAT, ER A"T &)f2b> — • i, WE'UL BE LiGMffftJ TH' CORK £MC?£J OF ALL OUR BROUGHT BASKHS NOODLE wouLt> C.O/D, AT=TEH TEL&3RAM COLLECT/ . FAMILY CUSTOM.' BROTWERA^Jt? SISTEK A<CT= 1HE. MIDAS TOUCM. . 1931 BY NtA SERVICE, ISC, t M, BtO U S PJT Off BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES All Fixed Up By MARTIN \Ve> MV. TOQNi NOUi, COPR, 1.937 BY NEA SERVICt, INC. T. M. REG.TTs. PVT. Of f ALLEY OOP Fresh Out of the Garden By HAMLIN THIS LOOX.5 LIKE TH PLACE- VEZ1IR, BV 'GEE.' JUST LIKE HE SAID. TM' PLANTS I SEE.' LEMAC.5EE THIS PUWT UMDER A ROCK ' I'D MOW IT BRILLIANT, NOW, WHAT OF TH' DAMGER HE SAID WAS SHUX.HE WAS CEAZV. THERE'S MOT EVEkJ A SOUMO.' WELL, I'VE MO TIME T'WASTE LOOKIW' FOE WOE-I'LL GfSABTHlS HERE STUFF ~ TEAR OUT AM 1 GO.' MOW HIS IMSTRUCTIOWS-BE IMDEED/DESTROY WOT EvEM TH' WEED ~TH' LEAVES AM' ' AM' EVEM TH' STEM- HE SAO Hh EVERV . v. • COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVIC WASH TUBES Old Hands at New Tricks By CRANE f jNALLV UM- ABLE TO STAMP THE SUSPENSE ANV LON6ER, BREEZE ENTERS AMD FROM THEKES NO PLACE UKB A CHAMPELIER FOR SUPPING- OVER SOME FANCY WALLOPS HOW'RE WE OOlMS? r THOUGHT YOU HAD BEEN KILLER , HECK NO, WE'RE , OLPHANP5 VAT ALMOST W1 QUICKW AS >J STAKTEP, DIM OF 3ATTLE 5TOP9, WfJUTES PASS. VIINUTES OF JEATHLVSO-F^fi FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Badly Smitten By BLOSSER: WELL >'WAT I CAW SEE OF s rbuR FAce is SURE AM AWFUL GOOD MIWT! I'D LIKE TO CALL YOU UP SOMETIME, BUT I GUESS VDU'LL HAVE TELL ME 'YOUR PHOWE NUMBER f GEE, I HOPE I MAY SEE YOU AGAIU SOMETIME ! I DOKI'T MEET GIRLS LIKE. You VERV YOU DOWT EVEM KkfOW WHAT I LOOK LIKE., WITH THIS MASk •YOU CAM FIWD IT EASILY EMOUQH BY SIMPLY THUMBING YOUR WAY THRU THE GOSH/THAT WOULDW'T HELP MUCH! I DON'T EVEM KNOW YOUR NAME ! PHONE BOOK Von Boden Wants the Truth ByTHOMPS01NLAND COLL MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE YES, MISS NORTH, VOU'LL BE iMTEfZESTED TO SEE HOW SCIEWCE AIP5 |M OUE CRIMIMAL WOEK. BE SEATEP, PLEASE, MB. " DI& AIWT GOMMA 7&UT, POCTOR- l WHV ALL ^— IT'S QUITE SIMPLE.' VOU SEE (V\Y QUESTIOMS AMD MS2.. FlSH" FACE'S AMSWEGS WILL BP. EECORDED OJ THIS DICTOofSAPH THUS, WE HAVE A PERMAME=WT AKJD ACCURATE RESIST RATIOM VOU MAV HAVE HEARD, MISS MOR.1H, THIS SERlM IS FIWDIMG WIPER- USE EVEKV VEA12 AMOUG OUP. VARIOUS POLICE A£.EMCI£S. ITS IMFLUENCE, FEW MEM CAM KEEP BACK. THE ABSOLU7E. 7RLJTH.' HUK.T, '3 IT. POC?

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