Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1937 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, "Thfr More You Tell, the Quicker You Sell" SAfES <hw Urn*—2c word, minimum Me Ihrte. time*—JWc word, mln. SOe She tlttiea—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum $2>70 fUtes are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such ta "For Rent," "For Sale," ete.-thls is fuee. But each Initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts u a full word. For example: FOR BENT—Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3#c for one time; at 3&c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All -rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bill PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Thursday, November 11,: Tdday'j Antw*rt to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page On« 1. Florida has a longer coast line than any other state in the Union. California is second. Florida's coast line is 1197 miles. 2. Liechtenstein is a tiny, independent natio non the upper Rhine between Austria and Switzerland. It has a population of 1715. 3. The Bureau of Biological Survey declares that there are no snakes indigenous to Ireland and never have been. 4. The NRA stamp bore the figures of a farmer, a business man and industrial worker and a woman employe. 5. It is possible that the Great Wall of China, stretching for 1145 mites, might be visible as a thin line to an observer on another planet. • COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas 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. 2-tfc Male Help Wanted WANTED—Tenant to farm on crop sharing basis. See George at George's Hamburger Place. 9-3tp WANTED—Housekeeper, refined mid- die-aged, encumbered, small salary, good home. Mrs. Gmer Williams, Washington, Ark., phone 7. ll-3tc For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished living room, bedroom and kitchen, with adjoining bath. 715 West 6th street. ll-3tp FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, S10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 138-11. 8-6tc INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance FOR RENT —Four-room furnished apartment, electric refrigerator, bath, private entrance, garage. Phone 132. 10-3tc For Sale FOR SALE—Vi-ton CMC Truck or 1V<> ton Dodge Truck, almost new. C. B. Russell, Russell Grocery Store, Hope, Route 2. . 10-3p FOR SAL*}—A blacksmith shop. See BUI Bryan at B. R. Hamm Motor Co. ll-3tp FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses hi new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call et office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. Lost STRAYED—From my place One Brown horse, star on face, weight 1000 pounds, 8 years old. festula on right thoulder. Reward if returned to O. L. Jeanes, Columbus, Ark., or call 371 Hope. 9-3tc. LOST—Boys brown leather jacket. Notify Albert Morsani. Phone 666-J. 10-3tc. LOST—White liver spotted Pointer bird dog. Reward. Phone 523, ll-3tp ROpER "America's Finest Gas Range" EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositors Corp. Notice It is against the law to leave logs, etc., on the right-of-ways of State Highways. I am asking for your cooperation to rid the State Highways of dangerous and unsightly logs. CHAS. O. THOMAS, District Engineer, State Highway Dept. District No. 3, Hope, Arkansas. 9-3t" NOTT CE: NOTICE is hereby given that the books showing the assessments of Street Improvement District Number Three (3) Hope, Arkansas, as fixed by the assessors of said District, are now in my hands, subject to inspection by any person owning property within said District. Thic the llth day of November, 1937. T. R. BILLINGSLEY, Nov. 11-12. City Clerk. Autumn Sport ; HORIZONTAL • 1 Pictured bull is in the game of . 8 It is either , carried or thrown, 13 Genus o£ auks. HTo stop 16 Back. 17 Falsehood. 18 Cruder. 19 Ready. 20 Golf players' attendants. 22 Believer in animism. « 25 Breeding place. 29 Overpowering fright. 33 Baniil. 34 Exclamation. 35 Impetuous. 36 Insurgent. 37 Beverage. 39 Period. 40 Twenty-four hours (pi.). 43 Tea. Answer to Previous Puzzle 45 To pierce with a knife. •59 Os. 50D;ift. 52 Smell. 54 Heathen Rod. 55 To corrode. 50 Italian coins. 57 The scoring place in this game. 58 Each side has its turn at possession of this . ball. VERTICAL 1 Musical note, 2 Jar. 3 Fetid. 4 Set up a golf ball. 5 Land measure 6 Meadows. 7 Legal rule. 8 Part of type. 9 To stuff. 10 Military cap. 11 Devours. 12 Doctor. 15 Ocean. 20 Player in this game, 21 Interpolates. 23 Discloses. 24 Guard player in this game, 2fi God of war. 27 To excavate, 28 Indian. 30 Beer, 31 Lock part. 32 Frozen water, 38 Oak tree fruit 39 Kind of mendicant. 40 Flightless bird. 41 Wild ox. 42 To scream. 44 Cowl. 46 Balsam. 47 Entrance. 48 Tiresome person. 49 Large. 50 Rumanian coin. 51 Affirmative. 53 Scarlet. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with FAMILIAFO.Y &P MY FSATS WAS A STATS; At? OLP SLI «~A.FUFF~F-~<- MY ARM WAt> SEENJ IW A SLIigcS FOR A FORTMIGHT, But WITH HARVARD 6 POIMTS IW THE LEAP, AWt> OML.Y 3O S6COMPS TO PLAY, 1 WAS CALUGD IMTO THE 1 HEAVED A PASS F-RQM MY < LI WE AMD 6PR1 KITED THE OF THE FIELD, TO FORM FOP, THE RECEIVER/ TO 1 SAW THE BALL SPIRALIklQ ABOVE ME, I CALkSHT MY OWM FORWARt? PASS, OF ~J>,SO/ME 90 YARPS X AWP WEWT OVER FORA TOUcrM- ^*- KAFF- BASK WITH MV ALMA TOPS i-AST THAT VARD5, AWP ON TH' W EXT "PL AY FOR l« VARDS FOR A TOUCHDOWN/ Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS <-L^' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 2OBG THERE WERE LOWQER , .. PASSES, HE %%n THREW ^HEM^ IfA SEHJ/JaflfiC. T. M. Rt,0. U. 3 r P>T. KFf. J ALLEY OOP Boots' Admirers --tt. PR, 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF, His Last River to Cross MEAM THAT WE VE5, I'M AFRAID^ DISPOSE /THAT'S EIGHT/ j FORTH' SAKE OF j ALL MOO GEKJTLEMEU,CX) VOUC. HEY,GUyS>J- J MEW,I LOOK x^HI/THEREX NEWS/ LISSEM, WHO'S fGRAMDWI2Ee-\GUZ7LE IS A VICTIM HERE//WHAT VOU DOIN'\ OF TH' DREAD OUT THIS EARLY A BLOO CCOFU5.' /WITH TH &LOO 6OOFUS WASH TUBES 'HI "^PODKER. i WAS BEGINNING) SAY/ x WAS WMPA TO SET WORRIEP ABOUT SOU.' i ARE THE INPIAN) THEY AREN'T KIDS/ VOU PlCXEPyvOU PUMMY.THEY'RE T/'T PVCMIE^. THEY THINJK VX'/VA ONE OF TH£M,ANP V I CAN'T GET RIP OP . 'EM. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS , COWBOY, DEEI2 HUNTlNe WHEKE CAM WE SOME HORSES? w• .i»w^AMiv«.i»r^au^!>»>•• THE rPOU&H I^IDER^ " .•T.M,>tG7u.S.PAT. Off. —-'•>- ;> I PI L- I^^VUtjn I<C I IX »-l V. T3 By MARTIN THE PRESENT ! 1 HfVOE TO '. \-VS iOVXX 6OOO , BOSV, HELP\M6 OCX TO To THE XEFs TO By MARTIN H u/ucoc'i i \ HE UMDOUSTEDLY WILL PUT IM MIS -1 - , ) APPEARAMCE THRU THAT PAS SHORTLY.'I WAENJ /^K A Y CMOW,/A TERRIBLE TAKE. NO CHAMCE5 - J \ BOy5-/5/TUATIOW?.' AMBUSH HIM/ H£H ; HEH'OM& GUE5S TO WHO'3 TOP MOO, FROM KJOW OM.' By CRANE wCOPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. 8V PAT, OFF. W/ J Easy's Laugh Is Cut Short OW THE OPEMIWQ PLAY AGAIWST ^ WE'LL, PULL A SURPRISE, PROVIDIMG WE RECEIVE TWE ! BUT IT'LL BE: RISKY, The Test By BLOSSER WTHE VERY FIRST PLAY, REGARD LESS OF WHERE WET HAVE THE BALL,! WAWT YOU TO CALL FOR A •(.OMG FORWARD PASS.... A tONQ OWE? MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE v/rrw THE BALL LIKELY I OUR OWSI TERRITORY, THEY WOW'T EXPECT A PASS, BUT WE'LL R3OL 'ETM ,' IF IT WORKS,, WE MAY SCORE / f RIGHT AWAY/ J COACM .' .SUCCEEDED ffsl HEG. BOLD PL AM TO TEAP VOM BODE.U AKJD HIS kJG IW , AKiD WOW,,,. WAS : TC CDULP 6E SHUT f THE > WHE.W/ Rush to BUT V/HAT IF K^ LITTLE CHXKICE OF THAT, UNLESS IT'S IWTERCEPTEP, ) KIWGSTOM IS TIPPED OFF.AWD IF KIM6J CHIE;F ? J1°^ '* TIPPED opf=,. WELL,, iw VIEW OF ALL JVE SEEW AK1D HEARD, FRECK'LE3 M C OOOSEY AUY BE THE LEAK IW THE DIKE. ITS HARD TO BELIEVE, BUT I WAKfl TO FIMD OUT, RIGHT AWAY/ /—, r^- -=^ TV-V.. Boden's Home AMD MOW... MY MEXT MOVE TO FIUD OUT iVHAT BECOME OF DK. JASOM - By THOMPSON AND COLL M THE MEAMTIME JACK LAKJE, ACCOMPAMiED BV FEDERAL OPEEATIVES AMD A VIRTUAL ARMY OF OLlCEv &EARS DOWM OM THE HOUSE OF THE MOTED CRIMIMOLO6IST JIM,' HOW DID VOL) GET HERE IM THIS HOSPITAL BED? WHV, YOU'RE HURT/

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