Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 18, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 18, 1937
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* '%* Mart *ou fell, th« Quick** You Sell" RATES D|i« ttafr-fc: wort, minimum We ¥fi*e* tttties-SKe word, tola. Stc .Si* tttM—te wort, minimum 90c •ttoe mouth (26 Umts)—18c word, minimum $2.70 Bates are tor continuous toser- tioas oaly. M ffiftkifl* word count, Classification name such as B*at," "For Sal*," etc.-thls Is tee. BUt each initial or name, or com- £lete telephone number, counts as a full word, for example: ** POtt BENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. . Total, 15 words, at fc word, 3»c for one time; at 3V4c word, 53e (or thte« times, etc. NOTE: All *rfdew placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation ot bill. PHONE 708 Service* Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years exjterience fl. B. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 1UV? 5-4-tf -fienipstead County Mattress Shop builds, new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. Today'* Aniwari t* CRANIUM CRACKSRS Answers on Page One 1. There is no law which prohibits a woman serving ns fVesi- clent if she be elected according to law s 2. Thanksgiving wns first observed by the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1621. but only since VS63 have Presidents designated the" last Thursday of November ns a day of thanksgiving. 3. One President, Andrew Johnson, was impeached, i. e., accused of misconduct in office. Me was tried in the Senate on charges brought by the House, and acquitted. 4. The seven wonders of the ancient world were: the Pyramids of Egypt: the Hanging Gardens of Babylon; the Temple of Diana at Ephesus; the statue of Jupiter Olympus; the tomb of Mausolus; the Pharos of Alexander, and the Colossus of Rhodes. i\. The highest speed attained by a train previous to 1930 was 115.2 miles on hour' established in July. 1904. on the Philadelphia and Reading line. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-M. 2-tfc HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 East 2nd Street. Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 IS-tfc BARGAINS In Real Estate for Home owners Walnut street is now being opened up through to high school. First come first served. You can own a lot on easy monthly payments. See A. C. Erwin. 17-6tp Lost LOST— One 323rf Goodyear Truck Tire and Wheel. Return to Archer Motor Co., for liberal reward. 16-3tp Wanted WANTED TO BUY: I want to buy cord, polo wood 10 or 12 feet long. Aoply 110 North Washington. Telephone 6S3-J. " 17-3tc For Rent FOR RENT—Front bedroom connected with bath and continuous hot water. Phone 664-W. ' 16-3tp FOR RENT—Blacksmith shop at Shover Springs. See Gordon Beckworth at the Star Barber shop or at Shover Springs. 16-3tp FOR RENT —Three unfurnished rooms. Reasonable. Mrs. Julia Allbright. 109 North Washington. 16-3tp 1 FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, ?10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 1638-11. 15-6tc FOR RENT—Four room unfurnished apartment two blocks from depot. See J. L. Cook. 607 North Main street. 17-3tp Male Help Wanted MAN WANTEDfor Rawleigh Route of 800 families. Write Rawleigh's, Bapt. AKK-118-SAC. Memphis. Tenn., or see John R. Cash, Bingen. Ark. 18-ltc Notice NOTICE—Public auction. Monday, No. 22ncl. 10 a. m. Buckner, Ark. Enauig.-» cutter, farm equipment, liva stock. R. L. Meyers. 18-3tp CALL NUMBER 8 l « Major Hoool« ^.«.-t»,^.^—.je.... — . .^^. By WILL WHY/THET':? A FUdK f I'LU A SHOVEL etxse dN MV , JASOW/ vVltNlM HOUK 1 SHALL WITH AWD HAW/ 1 FAUCV IU -TEN SECOMDS, £>t= AW j POR WHICH t WILL, \ A MlLLIONJ VOU CANT SHOOT ^ (SOT tO ' TWO POINTS Et$ 8 A, HAL£ HOUR, MC5^fe ON THtlfc HORNS**Ji AM' NOBODV WILL JAIL YLJH Jlk ev£& KNOW i He I > TO GET OFF YO , MfSTAH MA3AM AM fOMe SCOUR IT S'MAWY TIMES, «=>'THISJ AH CAW TIME. F5IGHT THROUGH YO VEST POCKEfT/ £ K% y/^mm f ^ ->.. >t> jf fff-Jf^ \T WROSJG SIDE OUT, POK LUCK, MAP£—NOT AND HER BUDDIES By MARTIN Listen to the Mocking Bird Of ArAO 6>K\O«.t AV\- &ot "\rtEV 00 OF SO^IKife ( B\RO FOOD TO POT OOT . 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. By MARTIN —Or Too Much Punch FOR RENT— Furnished bedroom, adjoining bath. 315 Eq^t. Third street. Boles. ' 17-4tc FOR RENT— Bedroom, private entrance. close in. 220 West Avenue B. 18-3tp For Sale FOR SALE— 150 gallons of sorghum in new buckets. F. L. Padgett, Hope, Route 1. 18-3tp PIANOS FOR SALE— Two car loads used Pianos, good condition. Some cannot be told from new. Priced $47.50 up. 55.00 down $1.00 weekly. Will accept Victrolas, Radios, Live Stock and Farm Produce. Part or Full Payment. Pay Half Now Balance Next Fall, Special Low Price NEW Studio and GRAND PIANOS. Write and will bring one on Approval. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE. Camden, „ Arkansas. 16-6tp NELSON- HUCKINS ON HI WASH Representative JACK WITT Woman in Politics HORIZONTAL 1, 6 Secretary and wife of the dictator of China. 11 Air toys. 12 Duet. 14 Backbone. 16 Frozen desserts, 17 Chests. 19 Enthusiasm. 20 To accomplish. 31 One who protests 84 Road. 25 Meat. 26 To helo. 28 To prevent. 30 Tethering rod. 32 Roof of mouth. 33 Becomes weary. 34 Growing out. 35 Levels. 36 Rocky range in water 38 Carmine. 59 South America. Answer to Previous Puzzle Twl 41 Division of a matin. 46 Affirmative vote. 47 Encountered. 50 Apportioned. 51 Eccentric wheel. 53 Uncover?. 55 Noise. .16 Frenzy. 58 Shf i.-, ;> mfrnbfi of ;i prominent family. 59 She V.TJS educated in . VERTICAL 1 Marmoset. 2 Devoured. 3 Despairing. 4,Like. 5 To prepare for publication. 0 Folding beds. 7 Exist.-. ft Sei \ ing to npi'n. 9 Nothing 10 To snurl 11 .She diinng- ly i-pscuc'l h'.i husband from . 13 To consume. 15 Limitlessly. 17 Mountain pass. 18 Street. 22 Woolen lining. 23 Oriental. 25 Pertaining to the velum. 27 Challenged. 29 Mover's truck. 31 Cognizance. 37 Measure. 40 Oriental nurse. 42 To yield. 43 Japanese fish. 44 Arm bone. 45 Right. 4(5 Amidic. 48 Silkworm. 4&X. 51 Auto. 5'2 Cuckoo. 53 Before Christ 54 Southeast. 5(5 Myself 57 Lava. ALLEY OOP , HEV, WHAT'S TH' MEAWINS V OP THIS? G/MME THAT „„.„, , .... A ! WHAT ARE S^4M^ D01N ' W1TH IT?? .,.,„. ..__,,.. LIS5EM,MV DEAR won P &3r r^APPEMEP T'MY GUZZV, ^^T^^AN 1 I MEAM T'FIMP OUT THERE, NOW/I OUT WHAT, RIGHT ALL THOS£ MEN;/NOW- -NAEN HEV'LL TEAIc fe^, .. MEN! APART/ ••'•tyi -^- ~-.n WHAT KINP OF MONK.EY BUSlWKS BEEN UP TOT HOW COME WITH 6U7'S CROWM? WHAT HAVE PONE WITW HIM? ANSWER id. OL* '^s\>< y ^ h^ COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. "T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. ^ OOOLA, IT'S NO USE? IN SPITE OF ALL I'VE C?ONE X T CAN'T GET A THINS OUT OP HIM! TH' OU BUZ7.ARP „ WON'T TALK! )( I'M uOSlM' Poor Wash By CRANE OH, VOU PARLING! I COULD KISS VOU'. VOU'VE SA.VEP MV UFE.'> FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HUH! WHAT THANKS DO I GET? WHO TH 1 SHOT THAT OL ( CROCK:, ANVWAY? IF IT WASN'T FOR. ME, YOU'D OF BOTH BIN "~~ TO r5.lBSONS. COPB,'l937.'BY NEA sfe' Press Points of View kA. i 1 ,. />] / ^ .'BY NEA sfeWice. INC! t'.fa. RJC. 6.5. PAT o'FF>!\|:.>-.»'?|-4 ; ^j TWO SCORES CAME IW RAPIP SUCCESSION 1 .... KINGSTOM SCORED OW AU lk)TERCEP7IOW,6UT FAILED TO KiCH COAL. SHADYSIPe TALLIEP OW A PASS TO FRECKLES,AND DID KICK 6OAL.' By BLOSSER BUT THE FIREWORKS WERE JUST STARTIWG.,. BALDWIN, OF KINGSTON ^TOOK THE KICKOFF AMD WORMED HIS WAY 95 YARDS "TO A TDUCHDOWM THE EXTRA PONT MATPE THE SCORE, TOW SO, SHADVSIPE 15.' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE KIWGSTOW HAS RUW HIM RAGGED J GUESS BAGLEY FIGURec- IF THE KIWGSTOM RIGHT EWDj FULLBACK AMD LEFT TACKLE COULD TAKE HIM OUT, HE HAD A RIGHT TO DO IT/TOO J WONDER WHT BAGLEY TOOK Glory for Myra By THOMPSON AND COLL 1 r «\S .AND JACK LEAVE THE VOWBOPEM HOUSE, A THROWS WAITS AS 7HE OF THE &IO HAUL* . SPREADS VOU'RE BOUMD TO COME IM fOR SOME OFFICIAL GLORV FOC ALL7HI5.MVRA... LISTEM TO THOSE NEWSBOYS.' .MVPA/ THE 7OWM VOUKS/ HOW CX)ES FEEL TO 6E FAMOUS' '" ~ QOSH/l'D ALMOST FOR6OTTEKJ THERE A TOWM / A CO2Y LITTLE RESTAUR- AKJT UP THE STREET-SUPPOSE WE PGOPINAMD I'LL CONFESS OH, DEAR, 1 HOPE NOT... ITS REWARD EKJOUGH (SETTING TO YOU, TELL ME ALL YOU'VE BEEN /HELLO, LANE ( IS> THIS LADY V A FRIEWD OP COMMISSIONER JOHN SOW.'

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