Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 19, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 19, 1937
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*Jim A tfl dlW VK ^ flV Mk SnaSwpSS&niirs •*&« More You Tell. th« Quiikef You Sell" RATES Ofte time— 2c word, minimum Jfc three ttmw— Ji.ic wotd, mla. Me Si* time*— «c word, minimum 90c One month (26 tbnts) — 18« wotd. minimum $2.79 fates we tot continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such u "Pot Bent," '"For Sale," etc.-this Is law. But each mitiri ot name, or com- jtete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR BENT— Three- room modern furnished apartment, with garage* close In. Bargain, j. V. Blank, P e 9993. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3*c tor one time; at 3Mic word, 53e for three times, etc. NOTE: All -tders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation o* bill PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience EL R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf -~. --. ^' ' *. Tddty'i Aniw*ri to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Pnjfe O»o 1. The st$&te of the St. Lawrence river i.4 ifflHSffnnesota. Z. The, highest peak in North America us Mt. McKinley. in Alaska, which has an altitude of 20,300 feet. Mr. Whitney, in California. 14,495 feet, is the highest point in. United Statesi 3. The lowest point in United Sitates is Inyo. Calif., in Death Valley. 276 feet below sea level. 4. The abbreviation cf, means compare; ewt., hundredweight; e. g., for example; i, e., that is; stet, let it stand: viz., namely; nnd vs. versus of against. 5. Edward VIII. now Duke of Windsor, succeeded to the throne of England upon (lie death of his father, Q^ofge V. but abdicated before formal coronation ceremonies took place. Wanted WANTfet) TO BUY: I want to buy cord, pole wood 10 or 12 feet long Apply 110 North Washington. Telephone 669-J. , ; .« 17-3tc ',' :: ^Notice NOTICE^Public- auction. Monday, •To. 22nd,'*t(J a, m. Buckner, Ark. Snsilnge cutter., farm equipment, live took. R. L. Meyers. 18-3tp Hempetead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. 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 4d 18-tfc NOTICE—Annual election offices. Hope Country Club at the Club Monday Niafifi November 22nd. Supper will be served.. 19-3tc Fahrenheit, German physicist, was the firj'.t to -use mercury instead of alcohol in thermometers. For Rent 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 FOR RENT—Fumisned bedroom, adjoining bath. 315 East Third street. Dewey Boles. 17-4tc FOR RENT—Bedroom, private entrance, close in. 220 West Avenue B. 18-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—150 gallons of sorghum irt 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 S47.50 up. SS.OO down Sl.OO 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 HANDS. Write and will bring one on Approval. BENS,.BERG'S MUSIC STORE. Camden, Arkansas. 16-6tp FOR SALE—UNCLAIMED FREIGHT, 1 pail 50 pounds liquid roofing cement consigned to C. P. Caldwell, Route 3, Rosston, Ark., unclaimed, will sell at Missouri Pacific Freight House at 10 a. m. Nov. 27th to highest bidder. C. E. CHRISTOPHER, Agent 12-ltc—19-ltc 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 Want It Printed We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'll have an economical, high quality job. What' ever your needs/we can serve them. Star Publishing •COMPANY "Printing That Makes an Impression" \ytiMugSi,-& kv/Ai:fcVi. Telegraphy Expert HORIZONTAL 1, 6 Pioneer in field of telegraphy. 11 In the style of. 12 Dov.Tv.vurd. 13 Grain. 15 Prophet. 16 To excavate 17 At this time. 19 Senior. 20 North America. 22 Mother 23Arrn;,rh!:o £5 E-.vr. 32 To c-:c 34 Spectr ages. 35 Answer to Previous. Puztle 4U Within. SO One. 52 One time. .54 He v.-;.s al 38 Fishir.g bugi 40 Border. 42 Night before. 43 Greece. 45 Cravat-; 47 Kpoch-i. 'on ['anie _ Q F 5'j His - 1.5 still in u.-e. 00 Opera scf-i.e. (i! Steppf-rl i.oon. «'< Sh:.rp. 66 Stop. VERTICAL 3 Th<- Morse code is used in , a!cO. 2 Mother ',' Rub:-ev tV'e. •1 Mci-.ure^ of cloth. 5 Went t.S cue's lair. GLoi'd.-ifonc. 7 A!lc«c-d force 8 Wand. 9 Not to sink. 10 Betrothal. 14 Lassoed, 18 Vehicle. 21 Pertnining to air. 24 To rent again. 26 To value. 28 Pertaining to a nation. 29 Preposition. 30 To steal. 31 Long ago. 33 Receivers of inheritances. 36 Italian coin. 39 Dispatched. 41 Grape refuse 44 Marble. 46 Scotchman. 48 To poke a fire. 51 Ipecac herb. 53 Sins. 55 Thought. 56 Distinctive theory. 57 Being. 53 French coin. 62 Doctor. 64 Northeast. 8QPE STAR, HrtfoB, ARKANSAS FHday, November 19, OUR BOARDING MOUSE YOUtt Major Hoopla By WILLIAM IDEA \<B TO DOOPSS MTH COMPAP.T/VAEKJT £WOU<SH FOUR PEOPLE/ HAVE SOU MO H^AfeT? rt'UL SOOW CHRISTMAS/ PLEASE, VA/ITH A SWARM OP BBE?S LIKE THAT IM MIS SOMKJET, OU6MTA HAVE A we , AND THE RENT OUfe* TROTTING COM6 HOM£ .' "PL.AM TO "THE. •FOWEF* TO CUP, RE MT-~- WE UU AH— A' - 1 WANT CtONJcSPATULATE VOU VOUP, LIMITS AMD seLLTH6M AM OP A MILLIOW ~t-' DOLLARS, PLUS •ROYALTY/ / 1'P SETTER CUCKOO OUT ME OW dWAMPELlSR f o a ^ft^gs?--^^ ""' - ^-^^y^y^y^- 8ORIO THICTTV VEARS TOO SOOM. Mff . WAUP-MILLIOM WOULD IRV, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just Like Him By MARTIN 1 I f'Si'OA'T VJOOMO CM A6\M'. OE C^V^iOV.'c: 'COPR. 1937 BY NEA iERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ALLEY OOP He Must Know When He's Licked Bv MARTIN VER HIGHNESS, GUI HAD, 1 BLOO 6OOFUS! WE HAPPA DISPOSE OF OOOLA, 1 THINK THIS BLOO 60OFUS IS JUST SOME MOKE OF WIZEE'S" PROPAGANDA• C'MOM.LES GO SEE.' FROM KNOWABOUT GUM ' BE BuT |T LO OKED LIKE TH 1 SKAND WIZEK OH, HO. 1 SO THAT'S IT, GH? THERE'S TH 1 GI?AAJP WI7.EI2. TOlP US TO PUT 'EM! U THEY CANT GET OUTTA THERE. MV vVHAT PLACE! OOP AMD POO2V, TOO-/ IM'TH' GRAND TOLD US TO! C" COPR. '93' B* NEA SERVICE. INC.' T; M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. wKfTTUBBS Glory For Two By CKANE HECK VOUARE,VO( 6RABBIN' HIPPO? VOU TIK4 KOR.N HERO! T NOTICE VOU PIDN'T piVE IN TO SAVE ~TILL I'D 9HOT THE CROCODILE. DM NO.' VOJ BET VOU DIDN'T.' PARliNG/VOU WONt?ERFUL, TOO' THINK. ITS MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE TO &E CAK.eiEP BV POTH OF VC?U. Nutty Confesses FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BLOSSER OUT OF FAIRWESS TO FRECKLES,, I TtoU SHOULD KWOV/ HE. MAS MAD A EAO AWKLE ALL SEASOW. ME KEPT IT FROM YOU ! DOW'T BLAME HIM/ IT SiALLY-HAFPENE'D IN TOOTBALL! BECAUSE APPEARS YOU'VE TWE TEAM DOWSl CAUC3HT YOU FLAT-FOOTED OW THOSE PASSES DOWM MIPDLE .' ITS TRUE HE HAS TO FAVOR MIS BAD AWKLE,' I'D LIKE WORD WITH YOU ' T INOFFICIAL gunplay in a football game? was pujlecl to Mod ad/ , „, v » nt »«[e during part of a Clemson-Virginia Pojyteclmic Institute contest at Columbia, S. C., years ago. Clanson's barks stood well behind the line of scrimmage ant| after the ball was passed from center, these back-field men, spread almost en- tireJy across the held, passed it back and forth-more like basketball than .football. .Suddenly, a spectator, schooled in the play., fired u gun on he sidelines, and the Clemson back who had the ball at the time, was off or a good gain through a scattered defense. The referee, howeve^ inully located the gun-toter, ruled it "coaching from the sidelines." and banned further use of the play. V. p. ]. w on 17-11 By THOMPSON AND COLL A Very Special Case MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE LApy^MV^ COK)<&RATLJLATIOM5/1 5HALL WE GO IK)TO THE RESTAJJI2AMT.' j *THE PARTV'5 OK) J MB BUT I MAV AS WELL COM' FESSTHAT i FOLLOWED HERE TO PEGSUADB MISS KiORTTH TO BECOME OWE OP MY SPECIAL PEPUTIES - SOMETHIMG TELLS ME YOU£ PARTTV HAS AW ULTERIOR COMMIS5IOME£- SEE- v 6EAKJ7.. POM1 BE CVMICAL- THAT MUST MEAW YOU HAVE A VERY SPECIAL CASE IM COMMISSIONED. YOU'RE RIGHT? IT'S AM INSANE j CASE, MISS MORTH /

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