Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1937 · Page 4
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'V .s. HOPE STAR, AR&lKSAS October 29, 1937 IH ED More You Tell, th* Quicker Sail" BATES time— 2c wpfd, minimum 30c times— 3H'c word, mln. 59e Slat times— €c word, minimum 90c One month (28 times)— 18c word, minimum $2.78 ttttd are lot continuous laser- ttous only. la making word count, disregard classification name such as "For H/eta," "For Sale," etc.— this Is tee, But eaeh iuitfol or name, or com- jltte telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOB RENT— Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, Close In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2e word, Me lot one time; at 3V4c word, 53c lor three times, etc. MUTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bill PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience £L B. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Notice VP— Red and \vhite-faced heifer calf. About five-Weeks old. Apply at Hope Star for information. 2l*6t-c For Rent WANTED TO RENT — A house, apartment, or unfurnished rooms. Coll Hope Star. 27,3tp Toddy's An*w*r» to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. The first quarter precedes the full moon. £. 16 inverted is 91. which is 75 more than the originnl. 3. The Japanese commit hara- kiri, or suicide by disembowelment. 4. The letters of the word "stare" are rearranged to spell "aster." 5. A dollar bill is 2% by 6V» inches. Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street Phone Paul Cobb, 853-J. 19-tfc SERVICES' OFFERED-Do you need tractor work done? Let me do your fall plowing. F. L. Padgitt Box :!56, Hope, Ark. 2S-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses. 1 Jn new buckets, high grade. 35 cents' per gallon. Call tt office of Hopoi Star. 27-15-dh. | Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Bartay, May | Wheat, Vetch, Winter Peas, 'Winter Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS SPED STORE l-2Stc Warning Order IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT STATE OF ARKANSAS... Plaintiff, v. No. 3078 DELINQUENT LANDS IN HEMPSTEAD COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS .... Defendents The defendant Anna R. Scudamore is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the cross-complaint of Price Jones, In- tervenor herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 25th day of October. 1937. RALPH BAILEY Clork Oct 15. 22. 29 and Nov. 5. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with , , . . Major Hoopte OUT OUR WAY NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENTS FOR SALE—Used Burroughs bookkeeping machine in perfect condition. Apply at Hope Star office. 22-tfdh. FOR SALE—B. D. Mosley farm Hi 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 house, one tenant house and neces- tary out buildings. Price 54,000.00, 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, located at Hazel and Third. 75c per bushel. Behind Tarpley's Station. 27-3tp So If the United States understands Japan in matters political there should be no friction likely to endanger friendship and trade relations.—Prince Fuminaro Konoye, Japan's prime minister. I don't think there's any question that over-eating is the greatest national crime today.—Dr. Victor G. Heiser, San Francisco, Calif. Money do good, but money poison, too. Money ruin our boys and girls. Five die last month.—John Abbot, Osage Indian who thinks his oil- wealthy tribe has too much money. The time is coming when everyone •will go to the psychiatrist for an annual or semi-annual mental and emotional overhauling.—Dr. Nita Mieth, Chicago psychiatrist. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District A T o. 3, in the City of Hope, Arkansas will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Company building in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, November 9th. 1937, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefore and same will be considered. This 25th day of October, 1937. POLK SINGLETON EUGENE WHITE CARTER JOHNSON Board of Assessors. Oct. 25-29, Nov. 4. NOTICE OF REVISION OF ASSESSMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3, in the City of Hope, Arkansas will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Company building in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, November 9th, 1937, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any change whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefore and same will be considered. This 25th day of October, 1937. POLK SINGLETON EUGENE WHITE CARTER JOHNSON Board of Assessors. Oct. 25-29, Nov. 4. Japanese Official | HORIZONTAL 1,7 Leader of the Japanese government. 12 Naval assistant. 13 Burdened. 16 Tree. 17 Bard, 18 To move sidewise. 19 Spirit. 20 Pendent ornament. 22 Alphabet unit. ?6 To habituate. 30 To recite. 34 Weird. SSBingworm. 38 Singing voice. 37 Performed. 38 To meditate. 43 Folds. 48 Branches. 49 Frenzy. SI T<? ogle. 53 B»ers. 54 Presses. 55 Flannel. Answer to Previous Puzzle 56 His official title, prime 57 He established department. VERTICAL 1 Soft food. 2 Public disturb;; nee. 3 Thought. 4 Fishing bag?. 5 Otherwise. 6 To total. 7 Leg joint, 8 Birds' home. 9 Wind instrument. 10 Plural pronoun. 11 Snaky fish. 14.To be sick. ! 5 Measure of cloth. 21 Swerved. 23 Having left a will. 24 The legislatun in his country (PL). 25 He French arid English. 27 Born. 28 Pitcher. 29 River. 31 Twitching. 32 Social insect. 33 Golf device. 38 Sanskrit ' dialect. 39 Foretoken. 40 Unless. 41 To eject 42 Uncommon, 43 Brooch. 44 Whip stroke. 45 In the style ol 46 Wild duck. 47 Delivered, 48 Battering machine. 50 Neither. 52 Hurrah! MV BAUU WILL, EWA8UB MDUTO SOAlPt?ISH THAT SWOT OUT WITH A LIKE A 7=OLPIWC3 TELEPHONE RACK/j THE FIRcST TIMEj TH' -SMIKJGLES | HE TFMED IT, HE OM YOUP* j BAILED 4>UT OP "THE ^LlDS WITH TWO OP IT \<S, TMAT IT HAS A MAO WET 17. EO CEMTeR THE HOLE \S> PLAYEP, SIMPLY PUT MA<3weT IkTTO THS CUP, AMt7 WHEKJ you PRIVE OPP THE TEE- MAC3WET F'UL.L'S THe BALI- TDVVAP.PS IT \2> AS SIMPLE TO ^IMK A SKULL, IT MUST W/l THIRTY-FOOT PUTT A<S ONJE. 'M OP TWO PEST, OWE C7PMY PATEWT BALLS/ By WILLIAMS AULUS READISJ' STOCK ALLUS MONEY MO - BECAUSE T CAM GNJOY DOING THAT LATER, IF 1 DON'T MONEV....OOWT EVEN WASTE MY TIME ENJOV WATCHIN' TH 1 WILD DUCKS AMD 6EESE. SCMM' SOUTH PER TH' WINTER. WATCHING DUCKS DO!M(S IT NOW. l^^^-^-^M^^ • '/* ' ', ' *'l 'h'. i9J7*aV ^E^ . M. RLa U S. THE HOT SHOT. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Cora Knows Women By MARTIN ATLEY OOP r*y 92$ -.'?v f '""^ ^$*& ; J^» 4 COPR. 1937irrlEASERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF And That's That for Old Jenny by tt/vmL.iiN ^ /MEAN OOP AN' FOOZy HAVE SOME KIMO OF A KETCHIN' DISEASE? VbS,YER HI6HMESS — THEIK UMIKJ7ELL/GIBLE BABBLE is UMOOUSTEDLY TH' MOST READILV R.ECO6' MI2ABLE SVMPTOM OF TH' BLOO GOOFUS.' WASH TUBES VES, GUZ- IN A FEW DAYS, ' THEY'LL S3EAK OUT IM 5IO BLUE. BLOTCHES -FOAM WILL. DRIBBLE. OUTA THEIE. MOUTHS... AHH, IT'LL SEA 816, BLUE BLOTCHES.'?/",.. 7 All' T'l/P RPPM TAI I/- ' <: n O nB^Vc, ^ A ^... ««,„--« v -H, WELL,TMERE's) GDSHj WI2.&R."- \OMLV OWE THING/ WJLL I KSTCH JT,\ TO DO JOG? WHA78.Lr A DO? r- THEY MUST BE DISPOSE OOP, AT OWCE..' X, . cw '...v ) COPR. 1937 OT HEAaERV^CE^INC. j.M RCC. U ^ P* f. •'•''_£. A Death Sentence, Just Like That By CHAN E /HO HO! WE'LL 1 PUT A STICK V OF \ YOU LEAVE THAT t PiX THIS BABVDYNAMITE IM HERJ LOCOMOTIVE ALONE.' ^fcss- BULLGTS TO YOU, YOU PEANUT! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS j WE SEEM TO BE QETTIWG ; LICKED WITHOUT YOU JIWTHE LINEUP....WE MIQW AS WELL GET LICKED WnW YOU IM IT? GET WELL, HERE COMES ~WE BIG SHOT.... HE'S GOKINA HEt-P US V/IW, BELLAS.' HOW MUCH ARE ^rtJU GOKIWA GET FROM kIWGSTOW FDR QIVIWG THEM OUR SIGMALS "? M C <3OOSEY. Tough Going By BLOSSER . WE HAPPETM TO I PLAYIMQ L.EESBURG TODAV ! LET'S PLAY 'EM AS TWEY COME J I WAS SEMT IW MERE TO TRY AKID WIW THIS OWE j rr t ICAM'T RUW.BUT IF SOMEOWE CAW GET DOV/KI THAT FIELD IW A HURRY, I CAM CERTAIWLY THROW THE ^ BALL » >w^' , YEAH, SI 'AH AGAINST ( KIWSSTOW, I, I BET You CAW 11 ALSO L THROW THE GAME.' IT RE-ALLY-MAPP£NEP IN fOOTEALL! Jason Gets a Forc«*f»l Answer D ARKNESS cloaked the players of two southern prep sdiuul teams as they buttled through the closirtg minutes of what swiiK'd sure to be a srort-lc-ss tie. Finally one team desperately attempted a field goal from an almost impossible distance, and an absurd angle. Whether t!^ ball had split the crossbars or gone wide the officials couldn't tell, as it saik-d into the darkness. Only Dixon, safety man of the opposing loam, could see whether the goal was good or not. "Goal?" said Dixon. "I'll say so! I never saw a prettier one." And he rushed to congratulate the opponent whose kick had beaten him. 4l^^ H |AST, JITTEEY PI?. JASOM CAM STAMD THE STEAIKJ NO J&E HE SUDDEULW WHIKLS OM VOKJ BODEM, AIOD WHAT'S £ OM HERE ? WHERE'S A\VEA7 TELL ME, CJUICKLV, OE. ILL.. f PLEASE. POCIOE..' ( COMTEOL VOURSELF VJHIS 13 A HOSPITAL~ y / HOSPITAL? IT3 MORE / LIKE A MAD HOUSE/ DEMAWD TO KNOW \ WHAT YOU'VE PQMP WITH MIS5 MOUTH,' By THOMPSON AND COLL OKAY, &ULL, VOIJ AAAV \ GIVE THE IMQLM5ITIVE^ ) DOCTOE. HI5 AMSWEC. MEANWHILE, UPSTAIR. IM HFC . <4 CELL, MYKA LISTENS U.^C AS QUEEMIE OUTLIML S HEf^ PLAM OP E5CAPC" . . AKE you SURE- IT WILL WORK?

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