Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 5, 1937 · Page 4
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t»AGE HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, Novombevft, 133? "Ttrt More You Tell, the Qulckw Y«u Sell" RATES ' Oa« Hire—?c word, minimum 3De Thtte times—3iic word, mln. 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90e One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.79 Kates are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Bent," "For Sale," etc.-thls is tree. But 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 in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9399. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3»c (or one time; at 3V»c word, S3c (or three times, etc. NOTE: All «rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of. bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf "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 .... Defendants The defendant Anna R. Scmlamore 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 n.s clerk of .said court on this 25th day of Oc- tobrr. 1937. RALPH BAILEY Clerk OUR BOARDING HOUSE with .... M&jor Hoople t OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS SERVICES OFFERED—New or renewal subscriptions to any magazines. Special for Christmas gifts. See Charles Reynerson at the City Hall, Hope. 4-6tc Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. I Phone Paul Cobb, 853-J. 2-tfc ! For Sale ; FOR SALE—B. DT Mosley farm 1% j mile from city limits ji\ old Fulton | road. Farm consists of 160 acres high j 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- rary out buildings. Pi-ice S4,000.00, with $500.00 down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley at above address. 27-12tp FOR SALE — Three, bred Poland China Gilts: 1937 Cabinet model battery set Philco Radio, same as new; first class sorghum Ribbon Cane for seed. G. L. Johnson, Hope, Ark. Three miles East of Hope, highway No, 4. ' - l-5tp FOR SALE—Nice country home, modern: one acre land. 5 blocks from corporation line- near highway 67. See W. E. Bruner. Hope. Ark. 3-3tc For Rent FOR RENT—3 room apartment. Private entrance, garage. 215 South Washington. Phone 241-J. J-Stp Questions on Page One 1. Famous American inventors are Thomas A. Edison, Benjamin Franklin. Robert Fulton. Elias Howe, Wright brothers. Samuel B. Morse. George Eastman. R. J- Galling. Elisho Gray. C. H. McCormick. Eli Whitney. 2. Only one is false. New York t\oc.< noi lie west of the Pacific' ocean. ;!. Vermont, first state admitted after the original thirteen, joined the Union in 1791. 4. Spain's civil war began in July. 1936. 5. Ursa Major is the technical name for the "Big Dipper." ZJ-V Eraziiian electric etis arc capable ot electrocuting a man. AMOS/ VOL) LOOK LIKE YOU GOT TH' A \EASLES;* '<5O TAKE A PEEK AT YOUR T=A£E Ik) TH' V IT'S ALL i ^jLr^^^f^fsj-X''?'S''s:/VC4£'>!tt MY FACS COVEKep \'%%%%&^^^m WITH RED SPOTS? /-Jgf^ 0 ^'^^'li E<3AP/ THAT MAY HAVE SOMETHING /^^^.^^f TO PO WITH THE I'VE BEEN ; Y WITH KEP SPOTS/ ,j MA-MA, WITH YOUR ; \ REP T3EEZBR lM |'| TH' -WDPLE, THEY , [; ( LOOVA LIKE A LOT I i:, S OF BUGS BUZZ l M' ' :' / AROUWC" A STOP ^ I LI6HT/ -, i| WOO-OOO- r '" OOOOO-OO MY ATOM HAW, LIZZIE AKJ EARFUL/ HE' HAS YOU SPOT TED, MAOOK- COPR. 19S1 B> NEA SERVICE. IHC. T, M. DEC. U. S. PAT. Off r .T. in 6OSN, IT'S SWELL NOT tO HAVE GOLDIE ALONG TO R£MlNP US' THAT WATCHIN' A\ PROG WON'T MAKE US ANY DOUGH.' *X<(. ITS WORSE WHEN HE AINT WltH US, BECAUSE We KNOW HE AINT STUDYIM 1 FROOS WE ARE/ ANP OUR FUTURE is SUFFERlM' ££*i rX ^^ YEH/ WE.'R.£ TH 1 KIND WHOSE FUTURE SUFFERS SO MUCH 6ARLY IN LIFE, THAT , WE'LL NEVER. 5UFFE(?| WITH THE GOUT Aters. IN LIFE, -?. ^ ^^-WVia^^^ =£ J l'. -^^JiMK.l i . 5 . PAT, on. LAZ.Y RIVER Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry I'll pick up your laundry. HARRY PHIPPS 'BOOTS'AND HEK BUDDIES Babe Knows By MARTIN Lost LOST—Gold bar Pin on streets of Hope. If found return to Hope Star. A reward is offered. 4-3tp Wanted WANTED—Tractor work. See me about your fall plowing. E. L. Padgett, Route 1, Hope, Ark. 5-3tp Salesman Wanted WANTED—Farmers or farmers sons over 21 years of age with good car to travel in the country. Steady work. Write for particulars. G. C. HEBERLING CO. Dept. 43 Bloomington, III. 4-3tc Logs, Blocks and Bolts We arc in the market for Wliitc Oak. Ovcrcup, Burr Oak. Retl Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Kennel Sweet Gum mid Black {jtim Blocks, Oak, Ash UIK! V-itn- Belts'. Fur Prices ami Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 9fS\0 OP V\v:. CAAiv \' 1 ^'E.\_V^ < b UAD A BIG v^' REST t so \ \ ALLEY OOP Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored 'by Hamilton Depositors Corp. ROPER MQlHNMff. § NCftlNWMM "America's Finest Gas Range" EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical PHONE 259 Heroine of Exile HORIZONTAL 1 Heroine of Longfellow's poem of the same name, 9 Mother. 10 Roof edge. 11 Kimono sash. 13 Ream. 15 Tiny vegetable 16 Buddhist festival. 17 Perished. 19 Corner 21 Weird. 23 Sneaky. 25 Athwart, 27 She was one of the French inhabitants expelled from Answer to Previous Puzzle IE NlDMUiRIGIE PMOPIAL OIGIRJLHTIAICIKBNE 30 Made like a rainbow-. 91 Descendant of Ham. 34 To hold clear. 37 Opposed to win. 38 Wing. 40 Snaky f'.->h. 41 Coin slit. 42 To slope. 44 Dibbles. 46 To place. 47 She was separated from her sweetheart, 49 Frost bite. 50 Measure of area.. 51 Bulk. 52 Thick slice. 54 Music/al note. 55 Gusto. 56 She for him for many years. VERTICAL 1 Type standard 2 Modifies. 3 Northeast. 4 Aperture. 5 Herb containing ipecac. 6 Inclines. 7 Heroically. 8 Tree. 12 Within. 14 Blackbird. 17 She was reunited with Gabriel at his bed. 18 One who writes a diary. 20 Spherical, 23 Growing out. 24 Part of a drama. 26 Cravat, 27 Reverence. 28 Totaled. 29 To ventilate. 32 To entice. 33 To discuss. 35 Enthusiasm. 36 To seek to attain. 38 Vestments. 39 Apiaceous plant. 41 Mast. 42 Girdle. 43 Tissue. 45 Hurried. 47 Aeriform fuel. 48 Gibbon. 51 Musical note. 53 Before Christ. . /THERE 1 . L'SSENJ T 1 THAT! , 0 0^ , / HE'S MAXIM' TH' SAME IOWPA ^ O O & - MOI5E5 POOZY AN' OOP , \ MADE.' HE HAS £N \^ss?^^f DISPOSE OP OKAY'. I'LL TAKE ^ ^ N^V 7 f ' ^ y Yeah—Guz Is Merely the King U7 '. M. HFC. U. S. PAT. OFF. ByHAMLlN r,VABi& ' LIZARP/ &1TCHSR BEAN DOWN HERE SOS T CAW LEAP VOU AWAV — ; & • WELL/ THERE ME 15'. YOU'RE TH' GI2ANP Wl2E^ — DON'T JUST STAMP THESE LJKS A COOP.' DO VOUR. STUFP.' Afr ** >9 ... .^ XOT'a'.VC / l«*«)^ COPR. 1937 BY NEA SE_RV)CE, tNC._ T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF WASH TUBES A Complete Rout By CRANE VIERE HB IS )°H/no. we\COME 1 "V/ l^OTTI/U/ ^IM( TLEMME GO; THOSE MEN ^AFTEE ME! THEV'KE GONNA KILL ME.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHITE PYGMY )HIS FOE,OUK. FOE! Still Ribbing By BLOSSER ILlHEt BIC3 (SAME WITH KINGSTON IS JUST AROUND THE: CORNER, AMD SHADV-SIDE CAMPUS I© CELEBRAT- IWQ IT'S" GETTIWG PRETTY HIGH. FELLAS IT OUGHTA MAKE A PEACH OF A BLAZE AT THE RALLY TOMORROW WIGHT ' HEED AWY HELP, FETLLAS I KMOV/ WHERE CAW MAYBE WE COULD BURN THE SUBSTITUTES' BEWCH... AMD WITHOUT A PLACE TO SIT, THEY'D HAVE TO PUT YOU iw THE GAME.' BUZZ OFF, CRASH... VOUR BUTTOM V/ASW'T PUSHED..., BUT rr'ss LIABLE I T sounds ini|jo.ssiljle, but a football game was won after it was officially ended. It wasn't one of those cases of a touchdown pass being in the air as the gun went off, bui another pass, by the losers, after the final shot was fired. Jn a desperate effort to break a tie, St. Louis University opened a passing attack against Davis-Elkins in the closing minutes of the game. One of the passes was in the air as the gun sounded. It vyus incomplete, but the referee ruled interference by Uavis-Elkins, giving St. Louis another play, after penalty. Another pass! A Davis-Elkins player intercepted and ran for the touchdown that won the game . . after the game was over. MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE Queenie Defies Bull Karpon By THOMPSON AND AS BULL HAEPOM ENTERS THE CELL £S± BLOCK,MVCA 51EALTHILV SLIPS OUT THE DOOR. AWD DOWM 1HE STAIRS 70 -THE SURGERY. WOW, WHERE'P THAT MUG GET TO? OH, PIGEOH! STOP WASTIM' VEfi BREATH, BIG BOV-< LITTLE- PIOEONJ'S 5OUMD ASLEEP/ TAKE IT EA5V, VOU CHEAP MUG.' 1 oOT A GAT IM 1HIS POCKET, AMD IT.S , TURK) TOTALS.' COPR. 193' BY NEA 6KRVCE. INC._'T._iyL_ REO. U. 5. PAT. OFF &\EAKJWHILE, MYRA MAKES THE SLJR- GEEV WITHOUT DETECTIOM AMI? pUCKINg» BELOW THE GLASS PARTITIONS, f|«E} TOWARD THE PHONE..T

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