Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 11, 1937
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HOPE STAR, ARKANSAS Monday. October 11,. • More You Tell, the Quicker You Sell" BATES One time—2c word, minimum 39c ttttTO Uni«--3tic word, mln. 5<te SI* Ulnes—8e word, minimum 90c Due motilh (26 times}—ISc word, minimum $2.79 Rates are for continuous luser- tlons only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "Fur Kent," "For Sate," etc.—this Is free. But cnch initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example; FOR SENT—Three-room modern lurnished apartment, with garage Close in. Bargain. J. V. Ulank, phone 9539. Total. J3 words, at 2c word, 39c Jor one time; ut 3}<xv word, ale for three limes, etc. NOTE: All vrders placed by telephone arc due and payable upon presentation ix( bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing. Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience &B. begnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf , HOLD EVERYTHING. Don't have nightmares steeping on that old hard bed. 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 833-J. 5-6tc ! For Rent FOR RENT— Furnished rooms, with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler. f-hone 906. 402 South Pine. 9-3tc WANTED—Agents to Introduce Ma* riet line <>{ toilet goods. See me ai Bruner-tvory Handle Co., after 4 p.m. Ross K. Bales. 5-6tp. Today'* Answart fa CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Fage One 1. Ail avcado is a pear, so you would eat it. 2. Twenty-one quarts is the smallest quantity. .'!. Tenet is pronounced TENet. 4. "China" is the nation best by war. 5. It will take 40 minutes to fill the tub. SUNDRY OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Mobple OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS For Sale FOR SALE—Seed oats. Ferguson No. 922, Recleanecl by us. tested by the SUUe Laboratory, tagged and guaranteed 99.57'i purs, no cheat, no grass, just oats. 50 cts. per bushel while they last. It has Been brought _to our attention seedsmen have been selling oats lor years representing them as our oats when we never saw them. Our oats are good, none better. Hope Brick Works. 7-Bte FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call at office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. Abnrc-.i Rye, Data, Barley. May Wheat, Vetcn, Winter Peas, Winter 'Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS £RF,D STORE l-26tc FOR SALE—Hot tamales. 15 cents per rlozen at my home. J. W. Griffin, 805 South Walnut struct. ll-3tc FOR SALE— U ton International pick-up truck in reasonable good con- .dition. Call or see M. S. Bates. H-3tc FOR SALE — Bi« bargain in modern trailer liou.se. fully equipped.— See J. Burnett. Hope. Rt. a. at Spring Hill. U-3t-p. ' Wanted BUY— Lo^s loaded on L. & A. tracks. Hardwood or Pine. Good price,s paid. Write or wire Roy O. Martin Lumber Co., Castor. La. Phone Alberta 2111. 5-6tp WANTED—Man with car. Route experience preferred but not necessary. Opening nr,w. Write Rawleigh's, .AKT-118-MC, Memphis. Tenn.. or .see J. R. Cash. Bingen. Ark. ll-4tp The Best in Molar Oils Gold Seal 100% Penn., qt 25c The New Sterling OH, qt. _ 30c j ToI-E-Tex Oil Co. | East 3rd, Kocc—Cpen Day & Nile I v- —. .— ..j OUciHT TO IT= LOOKS , THSKJ TH' PACKAGE IMTH' HOOPLE IP WS AWSVV6R X TH OUGHT TH' MAJOR WASTH' LAST NUT ON THAT "FAMILY TREE THB IWTO / (p IT ISNT TH / THEM PUT TH WASP OK) \JS FOR TAXI PARE OH, 3ASONJ ( ^ PATENT LOOK / WELCOME COMMITTEE = BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WHAT DIP VOU WAWT IN HER TMATT'LL KEEP VOU THERE TILL 1 SEE WHAT YOU WERE v DOIM6 IN MV X, ROOM. WHV PON'T VOU A5T WHUT DID SHE WANT IN MV pocxrr * \Vs ALLUS ME1 5HE 6TT5 AWAY WITH. ALNAOST— ME MEAR.LV LVKICHEP.AM' MOT A WOR.P.' WHY MOTHERS (SET 6RAV. Orville W. Erringer Hope, Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Orp. UBHT 1 WtlSKT COAT* We make yours smart, /asAwnad le, remove a,11 soils, dirt& wrinkles by dry cleaning. PHONE 383 fa All Opal Can Stand By MARTIN Ofe, ALLEY OOP J\ VXfVO N>O \_/Vb~\ VOVA COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC, Pandora Had a Box HALLi Cleaners & Hatters Cobb's Radio SERVICE BEST WOPvK LOWEST PRICES Phone 383 Royal Leader MAVIMG FOUMD THE PLAM7S FROM WHICH THE GEAKJD WIZEI^ DERIVES HIS MVSTEeiOUS POWEE. POOZV YIELDS TO TEMPTATIOM. *\/ by HAML1N TH' OF POWER RI6HT HERE IM MV HAND-ITS 5/MPLV}' " MORE THAN 1 CAM A /i,, WASH TUBBS I DOM'T KMOW rORCERTAlM.EXAClLV WHAT RART, TH' OL' WI2ER USES FOR'HIS SECRET AE.T-" BUT THAT WOM'T STOP ME,KJO, BY DIKJC?.' 'CAUSE J'M 6OMWA THROW IM TH' /C- WHOLE BLAMED THING/ i r ) :>> -<>-.. THIS AIMT PLAYIM' SQUARE WITH TH' WI2EK, 1 KMOW- BUT,T'HECk: WITH' ETHICS,THEVVE JUS'GOTTA GO/ ANVWAV TH' VVI2ER, WAV BACK, THESE MOO, CAW'T PT KUOW WHAT ] UP TO.' ^COPR. 1937 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. A Parting Threat HORIZONTAL 1, 5 Ruler or Belgium. 10 Heart. 11 Golfer's warning rry 12Pertaia;::?, u, nir. 13 Nay. 15 Allt-v. '17 Credit IS Toilet 'ij..,:i 20 Ell 21 King of Bashan. 2V. Ethnic cult oi the Jpp-inc-, •-• 24 To ovc-rloo!:. 28 Glazed cotton clr,th. 30 To imrne:. ; v 31 One in cirrus. 33 Genus of gastropoda. 34 Bting 35 To evolve. • 38 To weep. •39 Northeast. :40To rescue. . 41 Drinks ciog- /ashion. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 You. •j! To lanKuish. 4'.! Ore launders. •IS TH :iupt-{y 50 VLT,(;S •")'J V/lup .stroke. 5o Afrc-sh. oV Malt. 58 Singing voice. M Cfjief (xji-t of h;.i country GO fiis is ihe country. VERTICAL 2 One who frosts. 3 Neither. 4 Foreigners. 5 Marks. 6 Preposition 7 Discreet. 8 English com, 8 Smooth. 12 His father and wife were killed in . 14 Auditory. 1C His mother is Queen Dowager . 19 Sorrowful. 21 Burden. 23 Single things. 25 Departed. 26 Fortified work. 27 Frozen water, 29 Kind of weight. 31 Farewell! 32 Measure of cloth. 36 Always. 37 Horse food. 40 Muscular power 42 Barters. 44 Flat-bottomeu boat, i 45 Wine vessel. 47 To surfeit. 49 Light brown 51 Little devil. 52 Finish. 54 Sun.. 56 You and me. 58 Form of "a,." By MOW SEE HERE-WE CAN'~ 6C\ DOWN THIS STUMP-INFESTED P : /ER. AT NIGHT. WE'LL SINK' ./ YOU HEARD ME! GET THE BLA7.ES OUT OF THE COUNTR.V.' , 4 , y>mf: fSP^x ( {»&$>?%:•,•.• •-— yy.'^^i - iiiiiii^- ^'-•*-• CHAT'S A WM^NIMG J&ET 6OIN&! fvou'LL ~REGR.ET"THIS ,MM VOUKJG UPSTARTS. ^AAf^ | MV WORD! vou HAVEN'T HEAKD THE LAST OP US! ^-» FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HO HO! AMD PON' FOR6ET,] HAW! HAW THE NEXT PAVMENT QM /MANBE THE 00V THE MORTGA&E, ' SENOfcnA .E&5 PUE BEFORE THE RAIMV -v SEASON. FK.IENO5 CAN RAISE EMOU&H KIWQSTDW IS JUST ITCHIWG TD XWOCK US OFF THIS YEAR, BOYS.' THEX HAVE A WEW COACH AWD H CHOOD .' AMD, SO FAR , WE DOW'T LOOK LIKE GOOD COMPETITION) J A Call For Some Pepper By BLOSSER FRECKLES ,YCU LOOK , LIKE AW OLD LADY V-Tff-l I AW IROW SAFE OM HER ; BACK,WHEM YOU CAPt^r THE BALL! LETTS GET SOME: PEPPER IMTO , : "THESE FDRMATIOWS ! ) WWAT'S WPOWG WITH YOU "? YOU DON'T ABLE TD GET OUT Of= YOUR -jTAKE FRECKLES' OWM WAY. 1 PLACE: iw THE BACKPIETLD J WANT ACTION .'.' fll t ALL! HAVE, SO FAR, IS A PASS, A PUtsfT AMD A PRAYER.,,.AMD THE. PRAYETR SEEMS TD BE MOW I LAY ME DOWM TO SLEEP! n MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE LL" KAEPOKJ DlSPLAVS AM EW7IRELV DIFFECEMT ATTnUDE, A^> HE MEETS MVgA »0 THE HAUU /^ HFLLO A Call For Help i It. / vea>. JIM... AMD IF / HE'S A REFORMEP I COMVICT, I'M THE \ QUEEM OPSHEBA; By THOMPSON AND HE.Y, JASOM - COME, QUICK.' CUE O' TH' BQVS HA^> BEEM SWOT / \ CAKJ'l =INP TH 1 POC, AKIVWHERE!

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