Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1937 · Page 6
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Jfoftday, October is, 1937 M^^f.v>a.,iiliiii>i J .«^. iiMirl-liril r ,«•{ *.^f%.-n..*-. 10PB STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS "The Moro You Tell, the Quicker Yeiu Sell" BATB8 Oa* IJm*-2c wofd, minimum Me Three times—3Vic word, mln. 50* Six tlnic9-Cc word, minimum Me One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum J2.7B Kales arc fur continuous Inicr- tlons only. In making word count, dUrcgnrd eloMtflcution nnme jueh aa "for Renl," "For Snlc," etc.—this la tote. But each Initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts BJ A full word. For example: FOK RENT—Three-room modern iurnbhod nparlmcnt, vvidi garage, Close In. Bargain. J, V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS word.*, at 2c »vord, 3tc tot one limoj at 3V4c word, 53c tor three times, etc. NOTE: All ^rdcri placed by telephone are due and payable upon presetttutlnn ot bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience &. R. Scgnnr 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-U For Rent LOST-A Grown Wallet, with driveway bills arid 20 dollars? ff found liberal reward to return to Archer Motor Co. 16-3tp LOST—Irish setter about 14 months old. One hip dislocated. $5.00 reward. Call Phil Dulin, Phone 68 or 913. Wanted OUR BOARDING HOUSE....... WANTED --Knur-room nimrtmont or sinnll liniise, furnished. T'liono 21)8. 18-lt-p. Answer* CRANIUM CRACKERS Qw.'stlyns ot» 1'nRc Ope \. Marry, \vho, iirVivpd* 8n Slyo mimiti's, wax firel'rtiftl #>t trip (fiifc. 2. A nimiiin i.s » monkey, ". March 10, 1940, will be on Sunday. 4. fi9. !lfi nnd 88 road (lie wifne up- sidt- down us right side ii|). 5. Smith has the sumo cnplUil now as he- hiul before the crush. The Best In Motor Oils Gold Scat 100% Penn., at 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. EasI 3rd, Hope-4Vpen Day & Kite FOR RENT—Furnishi'il rooms, with private bath Mrs. \V. f(. Chandler Phone !)00. 18-3tc FOR RElNT-cio.s.7 in. fiu-niKheT'oT unfurnished two room apurtment, private bath, utilities paid. •113 South Main. " 1S-31|>. For Sale KOU SALE-New Hou.su trailer, all built-in fixtures, completely equipped. Mrs. J. G. Williams, 820 '.South Elm street, Hope, Ark. 15-4tp FOR SALE—New sorghum molassea bi new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call at office of HOIK; Star. 27-15-dh. Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Bnrlay, May Wheat, Vetch, Winter Pens, Winter Rye, Grass and Full Bulbs. MONTS SSRD STORE l-2fltc FOR SAJLE—Old newspapers, 5 cents per bundle Hope Star. 27-26dh FOR SALE—Overstuffed living room suit. In first class iimdition. Mrs. Ralph Routon, 120 North Pine Street. 18-3tp ' FOR SALE-Jersey ciiw. heifer calf. Auction sale Friday. October 22 at 10 a. m. Li (jo Bishop. -IVii miles northwest of Ulevins. 16-3tp. FOR SALF,—Residence and lots at 509 East Third. Reasonable. Those interested write W. A. Forbes, Washington-Youree Hotel, Shrcvoport. 13-Blc FOR SALE-Fine Poland China Pigs, two months old. E. It. Angall, 4'A miles on Columbus Road. 18-3tp Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Ham IK on Depositors Corp. COTTON LOANS QUICK SKIH'ICK IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkiinsn.i INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Notice NOTICE—Ginning days after this will at Sutton, we Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Monday. Wednesday rind Saturday will ;?rind feed. Friday, October li!) is mattress day. Fuller's Gin. 13-Gtp Lost Have your winter Suit dry cleaned In our modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. I'HONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters LOST—Red dehorned milk cow with chain on. Reward for return to J. L. Cook, GOT North Main. 15-3tp | Daring Woman Pilot HORIZONTAL 1 Who wns the pictured, flyer? J2 Hoisting machine. 13 Sick. 14 Apart. 16 Frosty. 47 Tissue sur- . rou.nd.tng icelh 19 Every. 21 Also. £2 Sun god. 23 Knocks. 34 She was the only woman to make an Atlantic . J flight. 20 Transposed. 27 Encountered. 28 English coin. 30 To depart. 32 To squander, 34 Sea eagle. 35 Bound. 36 Skin, 93 Naval assistant. 40 Era. 41 Female de'er., «Exists. ' Answer to I'rovious I'uz/.le- 45 Female sheep. 48 Eternity. 49 South America. 50 Pertaining to wings. 52 Pertaining to a velum. 59 Furnished with shoes. 57 Hastened. 58 To liberate. CO' Rubber tree, 01 She was the world's outstanding —~~. 62 Denunciation VERTICAL 1 Alms box, 2 Fifth month, 3 Half an em, 4 Envoy, 5 Intentions. 6 Ell. 7 Sound of sorrow. 8 To consecrate, 9 Morindin dye. to To decay, UTo blow a horn. 12 She attempted to the world. 15 She was down on her last flight, 18 ADOVO. 20 Behold. 23 An avenger 25 Public discourses. 27 Frenzy 29 Apart, 31 To sin. 33 Golf device. 37 Form of moisture. > 38 Stir. 39 Hair ornament 42 West Point student, 44 Slovak, 46 Always. 47 To bend, 48 Formerly. 49Enst Indian plant. 51 Black bird. 53 Biblical prophet. 54 Lava, 50 Color. 58 Right. 59 Sound of inquiry. Major Hoople OUT"OU'RWAY H/ A VAST EMPIRE. LIKE THAT W£LL, IF AWV OP US, 1£T'.S TAKE. A OATH, EIGHT MOW, TO 0IWE TH» REST: ALU AMOS, T "raee YOU HAVEW'T CHASJGfeP YOU'RE STILL. £HIMMIU<3 YOUR WAY OUT OF VVHEM THBRe \VAS A CHORE TO PO, YOU MAP MORE A MILL MAS COMTfSQLLED BV ONE MAN.' SOME KID IW THIS WO£LD IS GOING TO TAKE HIS PLACE PAY ~ WOMDEE, WHO IT'LL 6E J AlMt It, GOL.OIB* C.LEAKJ OUT •FURWACE MAVE IS WITH Vt>UR AWP THAT ISN'T OPTE?M , EWOUQH! BROKER/ EET TWO THAT — KUOW YOU, MAUOR-- TH£ BEST BET. HtJA 8ERVIJE. IHC. T_. ;.l. RES. U. B. By MARTIN How Come? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WOOLO OEM SO X.OKi6 By HAiVlLINv; Homeward Bound at Last ALLEY OOP •AN' HOW COME y'fcUN OFF- LJIAE VA DID? I'VE TURNED WHOLE PLACE UPSIDE DOWN LOOK.M' W. . V'DOM'T ACT LIKE VEE5ELF; PlNNV- . LIKE VOL) T'TAKE STUFF OFF'M CRITTERS/WHA5SA, AAATTER., OL' BOV, ARE VUH OR. &UMPIM ? WHAT A FINE EGG VDU TURWED OUT TO BE.' LET THAT COTTER SOCK YA OW TH' ' SNOOT AN' YA DIDWT PO KIUTHIN 1 IT.' I'M PISGU5TED WITH VOU ' 6U57IW W AM' SAVIN HAD ME PLUMB V'HADM ^•P^u4(% COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PA.V. OFF. By CRANE • Swinging Into Action WASH TUBBS WE'VE 60T TO RIP UP THE USE TRACK AT ONE ENP/SEE RE-LAV IT AT THE HER ENP. BUILPA NEW LINE.' BUT THE RAILROAD \HOPAKJAKP, DOESM'T GO TO THE I TIMER. RJVER. X CAN'T SEE/LEAVE HOW IT'S THERE, WE GOT THE JENNY ir4 THE TRENCH. FIRE UP, WHILE X GET SOME (2AILS UNPER. THE OLP GIRL! 1 . / I USEP TO RUN A • ' / / / LOCOMOTIVE ' 7 \ IM SNEEZIA.OBOV, xv WATCH ME STRUT Mv STUFF. 1 Drip, Drip, Drip! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS GET IM TME.RE AMD TAKE FRECKLES' PLACE f HE'S BEEKI LOSIMG VARDAGE EVERY TIME HE CARRIES THE BALL .' HE LL BE ALU RIC3HT, COAgH .' MILFORD'S A { TEAM MILFORD HAS WO7HISJG TO DO WITH HIS 1 FUMBLIKIC3 PUMTS WOBBLY PASSES'.' GET IW THERE AMD TELL HIM TO COME OUT ^ OkAX COACH / MY HA NORTH. SPEC! A You LOOKED BAD IM THERE, FRECKLES? J COACH. IT'S WOT LIKE YOU TT^ COULDW' ~f^':. r,'.X' B "<» / '^^i No Questions Are Asked BEWOIED AGAIN, EH f IF THEY 0(7 AWARD VOU A LETTER "S" YOU BETTER SEW IT OW THE SEAT Of YOUR PASJT5 ....THAT'S WHERE. YOU'LL SPEMP MOST OF YOUR TIME ! Watch for- a Kiew feature: JT IK POOTBAU* TWICE A WEEKPURIK THE FOOTBALl SEASOKi STDR\E5/W1TH ILUUSTRA 1 TION5, ABQUT UNUSUAL AMP HUMOROUS THINGS THAT HAVE HAPPENED OM THE 6RIPIRON, WIU APPEAR IN THIS COMIC f& A SUPPLEMENT TO THE FOQTPAU STORY' NOW RUNNING?, The Pirst" IT RcALUV HAPPENED IN FOOTPALU"will appeal- 5- B^THOMP3ON AND COfcL THAT DB. VOM BODEM — HIS STAFF Af2E NOT ALL THE LAW SUSPECTS, LIFTS THE PHOS4E TO CALL HER FRIEMD, PETECTIVE LAWE, WHEW,.. OH/ AELLQ. DOCTOR.. ) veey EFFICIEUT 1 WAS JU5T AEOUT J MISS NOCTH, BUT TO CALL THE HOS- \ THAT CAM WAIT PITAL SUPPLV J TILL LATER... I'D LIKE TO TALK WITH YOU - HOUSE. WE WEED, SUPPOSE WE GO TO \ A PART OF THE HOUSB WHERE....WHERE WE BE IMTER8UPT6D 6V TELEPHONES- I SUPPOSE VOU'VE WOMDEREO\/WHV;VES.'BUT ABOUT THE IGOM BARS AT THE )( THIS PART J-OOKS WIDOWS OF MV ESTABLISHMENT.... COPS. uuaruEA SERVICE, me. T. M. Btc. u. s. PUT. of F. UR MENTAW MI&HT ADD ^ PATIEMT

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