??*IS>* More You Tell, the Quick** ^' Yo\t SeU" RATES wprd, minimum We , 3!W word, mln. Me St» ttBB»-€c word, minimum Me 'Hie mouth (28 times)—iSc word, are (of continuous Inlet- Ill talking word count, disregard .tEti&ffcatlon name such as "Fot JStefti," "For Sale," etc.— thjs Is tee. Bot eWh initial or name, of eoffl- $et6 ietepbotte number, counts u i'-full Word. For example: , JfOS KENT— Three-room modern grabbed apartment, with garage^ tl«* In. bargain, J. V. Wank, phone 99$$. v Total, 13 words, at Zc word, Me tat one time; at 2MM word, S3e lot tnree times, etc. «OJE: All -rdcrs placed by telephone are due and payable upon ot bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered ^ Pitimbtng, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl, Jt Segnar 121) a. Hervey f hone 171W 5-4-tf Aniw«ri f» CtANWM CtACKWS Qu«t tons on Pafe One • i. Mourn fivofest, to Asia, with an altitude of 29,141 feet is the highest point bfl wtfth. a John Scott Harfison, born 18(M at Vincennes, Ind,, was the son of William Hehry Harrison,'ninth President, and the father,of Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President. 3. The estimated population of United States oft July 1, 1935, was 127,521,000. 4. The residents of the District of Columbia, if they possess no other legal residence, are not entitled to vote in either national or municipal affairs. 5. The pineal gland, at the base of the brain, has sometimes been called thd location of the soul. Ancient Indians believed the soul was located in the heart or the liver. Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material 'guaranteed. T12 West Fourth street. Mione Paul Cobb, 658-M. 2-Uc Help Wanted—Female WANTED—Housekeeper, refined middle^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, $10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 138-11. 8-6tc ' FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment Private bath, garage, entrance. Vacant Sunday. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm, Phone 291. 13-3tp For Sale 'FOR SALE—A blacksmith shop. See Bill Bryan at B. R. Hamm Motor Co. ll-3tp FOR SALE: We have an excellent buy in Electrical Refrigerators and •Washing Machines. Automotive Sup- 'plyJCo. 12-3tc. Lost LOST—^Boys brown Ipather jacket. •Neitiry Albert Morsani.' Phone 666-J. 10-Stc. LOST—White liver spotted Pointer bird dog. Reward. Phone 523. ll-3tp " LOST—About 15 keys on shoe strong $1.00 reward for return to this office. 12-3tp i LOST—Black and white setter, mostly black. Answers to "Mac." Reward. Jim Wilson, Columbus, Ark. 13-3tc \| Orville W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund v SpVn&ored by \ Hamilton Depositors Corp. COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community for thirty years has been duty Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LONAS. Immediately upon receipt from you at this office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class the cotton and have check available Immediately. Information will be gladly furnished upon request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 ROPER "America's Finest Gas Range" EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are in the market for White Oak, Ovcrcup, Burr. Oalf, .Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Aph and Pine Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply in Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 Notice NOTICE TO LOG HAULERS 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 Religious - Leader HORIZONTAL • 1 Deified name o£ Hindu sage. ,6 He was a of religion (pi.). 13 To habituate. J.4To contain. 15 Opera melody 16 Prong. . 17 Money vault. ' 18 Buffalo. . 19 Harassing. 21 Work animal. 22 Northeast. 33 Gentle. ,24 Ozone. <25Soft jobs. ?7 Values. I Amphitheater center, §QTo change. 11 Units of work ! Work of skill. 3^ Destiny. usital note, i Negative. 36 Girl. 37 Midday naps. Answer to Previous Puzzle 41 Neat. 42 Brooches. 43 Devoured. 44 To decrease. 45 Window part, 46 Stain. 47 He --as the ' - of Buddhism. 48 His real name was - .Siddhartha. VFRTI/--AT VERTICAL .1 Morst-1. 2 To combine. 3 Sand hill, 4 More visionary. 5 Masculine pronoun. 6To*use tongs. 7 Deer. 8 Paid publicity. 9 To greet. 10 Gaelic. U River. j 2 G ri».. 14 Carts pu.,;,ed HOPE STAR, Saturday, November OUR BOARDING HOUSE, . , , , with , , . . Major Hoop!* dUfOURWAY By WILLIAMS FbON'T TELL ME A G>UV"? WHOLE LIP6 HIS W/HGW MBS 1't.L IWSTALL A Bl«3 0A AT MAI , WITH «6f5M to SO /MU£H, WMEKJ HE I WTO A MIRROR THIMK-S HE'S ) AkJOTMER GUV AWD IWTROPUC65. MlM- MVSfeLP, IP- A STUFFED AT A TIME WILL BE WAIST Mfc3H,AWD /WATT IWG OU THE T=LOOF*. TO GIVE A, <30OD FOOTHOLD •J tsUh-St=M\A / E?ld> ^-f IT UP/ 1 WOWT TAKE Ut A CENT LE£>S TMAM A /WLLtOW THAT A MAM !•=> BALMY, THINK. HIS BOPY 15 TM 1 ONLY THING THAT WORKS. OP NUTS AN CRACKEP v. *-r fcite'X- £-*^ MIND AMD MATTER. M. ffeau. s. PAT. OFF. By MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES VJWY tH MOoO /->' SHt ^OOWO OOT p« K\ 60 WUOW6 1'U- ASOOT BOCK6 0V 1 fc HARVi 1V.V OOr4'T« "T^g^^^ PR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. RED. U, 8. PAT. OFF. By MARTIN Breakers Ahead for the Grand Wizer ALLEY OOP 'C THAT LOW-DOWN,-^ f r WIZERI? JUST THEV'KE SOME (OMD (3ERRV STAJMS! NOW, WHAT SENSE OF THAT? SOME HIMSELF -WrTHOUT CROWM-AN 1 '/LOOKITALL TM5POT50MM SPOTS'? 'WHY.YA.CRAIY 600SE, THAT'S JUST SOME OL' JUICE J HEAD! WHERE ASHTUBBS AVVViOLE Ready and Waiting By CRANE (OBOV, WE GOT A REGULAR CAFTUREO BREEZE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BLOSSER Final Instructions J THOUGHT V/E D BETTER WRAP )' FAIR....I'LL IT HERE, SO THE \ BE LUCKY COACH WOM'TSPOTJ 1 ' 1 ' IT HOLDS YOUR BAD ^i up ^OR AWKLE .' HOW ' ^ ^^E DOES IT FEEL: IF WE KICK .WATCH FOR A LOUG PASS REMEMBER , IF WE RECEIVE THE KlCKOFF, THE FIRST PLAY IS TO BE A FORWARD PASS..,. IF M^GOOSEY IS WOT, HASW'T A FAR....ME HAS "TOO MUCH RESFOMSIBILITY OW HIS SHOULDERS^ AUD HE CAW'T PAC« ~THE EXTRA WEIGHT.' HOME-COMIMG AT SHADVSIDE STADIUM... ALL "THE OLti> <ERADS ARE FLOCKIK/C3 eee ALMA MATER TAKE PEWWAWT5, POM POMS AMD STREAMERS WAVE IW "THE FALL BF2EE2E.. G--2.- 2. .' I'M THE OW THE FIRST PLAY ! ONE,AWC> I CAW BUST IT UP I WAWT A SIX-TWO --TWO--OWE 1 DEFEWSe .' WHERE THE BALL Crashing Through MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE THOMPSON AND COLL L FIND ALL.YOUR. XT'AAYRA. OKAY, MEM- rJATTEE. POWM THE DOOR... AMP BE PCEPAREP FOR. nw AMOTHER- IM5TAKJT,THE PROMT il POOI2. CRASHES OPEW AMD THE HALL IS FLOODSP WITH AI2MEP MEM. J/M'S JAW, TO UNLOCK [HEIR. OWW, PRIVATE PR.ISOM CAREFUL, BOVS-IT'a PRETTY QUIET.. BE AM AMBUSH - by hand. 17 Liver fluid. 18 College treasuries. 20 Iniquities. 21 Deportment. 22 Release from existence (Buddhism). 24 God ot war- 25 To let it stand. 26 To impel. 28 Pertaining to air. 31 Lenient. 33 Grew dim. J4 Ringworm, 36 Waterfall. 37 To carol. 38 Paper muN berry. 3? Particle. 40 Caterpillar hair. 41 Greek letter. 42 Father. 44 Grief. 45 Pair. 4fi Street.
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