Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 27, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 27, 1937
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SfAfc, ffOPK, !(>•* 3%v 5? „. '""the Mow You fell, the Quickw Ycfti Sell" ,L:'. ; RATES da* ttow—fc: word, minimum Me TkfW times—3i«ic word, mln. 50c ,,S& thaw—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 time*)— 18c word, minimum $2.70 ttittes arc tor continuous Inset* tktu only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "Fot Rent," Tor Sale," etc.—this Is tee. Bat each mlttoi or name, or complete telephone number, counts as & full word. For example: FOR MINT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3*c fate one time; at 3%c word, 53e for three times, etc. NOTE: All »rden placed by telephone axe due and payable upon presentation a* bill. PHONE 768 Wednesday, October 27^ LOST—Black and White pointer puppy. Five months old. Answers to name of Jack. Call Frank Nolen. $5 reward. 26-3tp Lott STRAYED—From my farm at Rosston, October 20. One dark red muley heifer, weight about 315 pounds. Reward for any information. M. M. Mitchell, Rosstoh, Ark. 26-3tp OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoopt* For Rent WANTED TO RENT — A house, apartment, or unfurnished rooms. Cull Hope Star. 27.3tp Toddy's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience £t. B. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Questions on Pn?e One 1. The Great Lakes are Superior. Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. Superior is the largest and the deepest. Ontario is the smallest and Erie the shallowest. 2. Bolivia, South America nation without a seaport, has no navy. 3. Auto tires ;u'e more likely to blow out on a hot day because heat expands the air which fills them. 4. The word "flat" may mean both an apartment or level. 5. Jones bought two more cans of vegetables than fruit. Hempstead County Mattress Shopj builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. Phone Paul Cobb, 853-J. 19-tfc For Sale FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call tst office, of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. FOB SALE—I have eleven houses 'that I can sell for S100 down and the balance on the Building & Loan Plan of small monthly payments. R. O. Bridewell Agt. 25-3tp | Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Barlar, May Wheat, Vetch, Winter Peas, STinter Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS SJ«D STORE l-26tc ANt? rf IS A T;NAT 20 MILLIOM SLICE IKJTO THE* EACH JOVE/ THiMK OP WHAT WOULD OlVe IP SHOT WEWT STRAIGHT tXSWW TME PAIRWAY/ WITH ANY PATEWT GOUP BALL THIS WILL. BE POSSIBLE—THE THOUGHT OF ITS •POTENTIALITIES MA-S THROWW MY BRAIW I WTO A TAIL SPIM-—- 1. WILL BE A TOM kSsKIW UWDER THOUGHT IT WAS PER, AK)t> TH' FIELD* AWP OQWCU TH' STREET SAW THAT BATTLE, ASJt? TH' BEST RUIU OF TH' OAME WAS BETWEEN A COP AMD A KID WHO CAME IKJ UMDER TH' OUDER, MAJOR = U. 3. PAT. Qtf. \O-~2TI_J OUT OUR WAY i^UOOKS 'AS lie ± POUND SOU JUST IN TIME. By WILLIAt VES,4USt INTTM£ FQRs. MV LAST WOK.DS! SO, USTEM CLOSe^-XVE BE EM A STR.OM6 MAM INi A CIR.CU5, WOM TWO AAAI2ATMON f?AMCE5, AN 1 Bt$.OklH TH WCHcLDfe HOD CARRVINi' RECORD, BUT TELL ME , COWBOY, HAS ANYBODY EVER PUT A DEER OKI A NEfS-VOUS HOKVSE ALONE ? bOOTS AND HER BUDDIES O&K. t»}7 OV NEA SEAVICC. INC. ^ . T^M. REC.. U- J. I'* T - ° f F ' - WORK AND No Escape FOR SALE—Used Burroughs bookkeeping machine in perfect condition. Apply at Hope Star office. 22-tfdh. FOR SALE—Two high producing Jersey cows. Also two extra fine combination mares. Rorsey McRae. 26-3tp. FOR SALE—Avery No. 30 cream separator in good condition also two five gallon cream cans both for 515.00. Cornelius Farm. Fulton. Ark. 26-3tp FOR SALE—B. D. Mosley farm 1 V- mile from city limits on old Fulton road. Farm consists of 160 acres high state of cultivitation suitable for farming or stock farm. Has deep well water and running water year round on farm. Buildings consist of one large 5-room liouse, one tenant house and necessary out buildings. Price $4.000.00, with ?500.00 down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley at above address. 27-6tp FOR SALE—Car load of apples, lo- ^cated at Hazel and Third. 75c per bushel. Behind Tarpley's Station. 27-3tp Wanted WANTED TO BUY—I pay highest cash prices for Pianos. R. L. Meyers. Buckner. Ark. 19-7tp Notice TAKEN UP—Red and white-faced heifer calf. About five-weeks old. Apply at Hope Star for information. 21-6t-c TJARDLY had the heart of the vast Northwest Territory Ohio, been cleared for intensive pioneer settlement when the need for markets rose imperatively As the population had increased some seagoing vessels had beer, built upon the Ohio, but such sailing ships were worth little on rivers. Then came the application ol steam to navigation, the construction of the Erie canal, the completion of the Miami and Ohio canals in 1835, and a new era was al hand. From this date access to the sea was comparatively easy and the new "empire" moved into un« heralded, prosperity The traffic o I commerce, .however, was destined to outgrow "these avenues through the years, and in 1875 Congress | j .appropriated its first funds Xoi. dams and canalization of the Ohn I on a larger scale. The Davis darn \ immediately below Pittsburgh wcu j the first construction. Completed I in 1885 it was at oncei successful; Since that date canalization of ths Ohio has proceeded apace This work is commemorated in a United States stamp issued in 1929. (Copyright, 19,17. NBA Service. ln< i ALLEY OOP It's Worse Than He Figured 1 MIGHTA KWOWM . ,, FCOZV'P TRY T'FIUDX-"^'COURSE OUT TH' SECRET / HE DOM ' T OF THEM MVS- A KUOW HE TRIED- rTERlOUS ' PLANTS/ BUT THAT COOFV CHAT7EE. \<~ DEAD GIVE OH,WELL" IT DICJU'T DO HIM AUY GOOD-AM' HE DID BRIWG A GOOD SUPPLY OF TH' PLANTS BACVi. TO ME- V, S. Commemora- live —1929 Ohio Canalijatrcm 2 c carmine rose American Bard HOEIZONTAL, 1 Pictured ;;; ,-writer, "li'Container weight. 13 Small oxen. 14 Thought. 16 Public speakers. 18 Farvenu. 20 Fifth month. 21 Common loach. 23 Lixivium. 24 Before Christ. gS.Evergreen tree 26 ; Court. 27 Stag. 29 Beret. 31 Nothing more than. 32 Gem weight. 34 Passages. 30 Sheltered place. 38 Father. 40 Ogling. 42 Senior. 43 To piece out. 44 Sound of disgust. Answer to Previous Puzzle 46 Pronoun. 48 Venerable. 50 Sweetheart. 53 Olive shrub. 55 Little devils. 56 Part of a drama. 57 Oceans. 58 He is rated among the finest of American — 59 Conjunction. 60 He also is famous as a writer. VERTICAL 1 Otalgia. 2 Strong cart. 3 To obtain. 4 Less common. 5 A handle. 6 Behold. 7 To extol. 8 Meat jelly. 9 Cavity. -10 Land right. 11 His tales have an atmosphere. 12 Grave. ® 15 Devoured, 17 Death notice. 19 Caterpillar . hair. 22 To bellow. 25 To harass. 28 Dry. 29 Box, 30 Sanskrit dialect. 31 In the middl' of the ship. 32 Anglers' baskets. 33 Right of holding. 35 Deer. 37 Ovum. 39 Sponge tree. 41 He wrote "The ." 43 Formerly. 45 Throng. 46 To hearken, 47 Opposite of difficult. 49 Monkey. 51 ^^od sorrel. 52 Finish, 54 Lion. XAMVWAV, iw THAUKFUL /HIS Bie PAL, ALLEV OOP AllOt IU OW THIS.' GOLLV, VI SHIV/VEe T'tMIMK WHAT /WOULOA HAPPEMED IF I HE HADDA T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off'^. ... By HAMLlN:||f SAY-HAVE V'SEEM \ ) (WHAT ABOUT IT?? SAV U.LEY OOP AU'x<7.. - JV V'OUGHTA USSEM ^" •5 ALLE FO02.V, VET THEV JUST GOT 6ACK.- FOOZV BUT MOT OOP- WHAT ABOUT IT? V'OUGHTA USSEM TO TH' WAV THEM ( nVA TWO BOO&S ARE' BABBLIN'/ THEV DOM'T MAK.E SEMSE.' THAT OOP IS-- (I '^> -TtH '••'v f ^'» "."~-<*»» - COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. WASH TUBES jSteaming Into Trouble T. M. REQ. U. S. PAT. OFF. K&, AND THE EXPECTED ATTACK FROM JESSE • WATT AMP HIS BXND OP CUT-THROATS HAS f WELL, WHAT THE >MAVBE THEV'VE CHANSEWrr. 1 "' RIDICULOUS BLAZE5, WE CANTk- THEIR. MINDS. ^XTO T HINK THEY'D WWT FOREVER •"^* >m ~.-..-;.• "^ TRY TO MLJfcPEK COME ON/ WE'D BETTER. FIRE UP OLD JENNV.THERE'S WOfcK TO BE PONE. THERE, PODNEte. BY THE TIME YOU GEfN 3ACK X BREEZE AND I'LL HAVE , — • • ANOTHER LOAD REAOV. ./ By 7ASH IS .RACING ALONG ABOUT TWENTY MILES .1$ A SUOPEM SHOUT,/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Pals , 1937 .BY NjA.^RVICE. INC. T. M HOLD YOUR FOOT STILL AMD BE QUIET ,' I'M STUDYING MURSISK3 AT SCHOOL, THIS IS GOOD TRAILING .' BUT; JUWE/THIS OF EMBARRASSES ME !! <r I CAW JUST STF2EWCJ7H- EM YOUP ANKLE WITH THIS SUPPORTING BAKJD- CSE.YOU MAY BE ABLE ~)0 PLAY AGAIN BEFORE THE SEASOW IS OUT J ^-.^ i DIDN'T DO YOUR FOOT ANY GOOD WHEN I RAN INTO YOU WOW MY BICYCLE ! THIS HALF-WAY MAKES UP FOR IT? sn; ByBLOSSER^tf BUT IT WASN'T YOU WHO HUFTT MV AWKLE: JM THE FIRST PLACE ' AKJP SUPPOSE YOU FIX MV AWXLE WELL EWOUGH TO BEAT KIMGSTTDM THE TEAM YOUR OWM FATHER COACHES'? .THEN I'LL NEVER SPEAK | TO YOU AGAIN EXCEPT MONDAYS,WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS AND SUNDAY AFTERMOONS/,' ^/X^O ,\h^ ^ • ^JF ^rs. S3 '.4 ...ffl fC (i./// '*/ <.v>? V -Utr \ >> ' % ^ M NQHTH. SPECIAL'NURSE A Woman's Voice REG U. S. PAT. OFI ?rfY NEA SERVICE. By THOMPSON AND COLL IT'S FUWMY MYEA \_ HASKi'T SHOWM UP BEFORE THIS.. I WOWDER, IF SHE'S ILL-- 1 MUST GO TO HEE. AKID 5EE. NEXT MOCMIN& HKJDS OR. JASOW UMEA5Y ABOUT AS HE GOES ABOUT WOEK AMOKJ& THE IK) THE HOSPITAL 'JUST A MOMEMX DR. JA5OM...T HAVE SOME IMPORTANT LABORATORY WORK. FOR VOU TO DO THAT! WILL KEEP YOU OCCUPIED ALL MO£MIMG EAMWHILE OWTHE FLOOE ABOVE, IM THE DOC- TOE-'S PRIVATE CELL BLOCK.... I SI/MPLV HAVE TO KEEP MY CHIM UP .' THERE MUST -SOV1£ WAY OUT OF- HELLO, SISTEC., WHO APJE VOU? THAT SOLIMDEP LIKE- A VOICE FROM '[HE MEXT CEll .... A JVO/MAV:S voter; VICt. INC. T. M. Rtl. S.

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