Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1937 · Page 4
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'*-' V " >..°' ' . J ..v . .'.'. ' . ' , »Ki* . ' r'?*', r f **&* Mow 1fou Tett, th« Quldtef minimum Me fiBjW.ttaiest~.3W! wort, mlfi, Sfc ttrtfitefrMte Word, minimum tOe OtMS ttHJath (21 «m«)-18c Word, ' ' ate for continuous IBM**,, tfo&i only. * fit tonkins word count, disregard CJjtttification name such as "F« Butt," "for Sate," etc.— this Is tee. But each initial or name, or com" jM*M telephone number, counU at A full word. ' For example: . FOB ftENT— Three-room modern nftfiislieii apartment, with gararo ctoM in. Bargain. j. V. JUaofc, 9939. Total, IS words, at 2c word, Me tor one time; at She word, 53c lot i&ree times, etc. All -jders placed by ie&phone are due and payable upon fomentation «t bill. PHONE 768 Help Wanted—Female , ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR " Uli GOOD PAY. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity. Every- .thing Supplied. Nationwide Distributors, 401 Uroadway, N. Y. 70-lt Services Offered f* Qu«$(l6tt» on Page OH* 1. BelsS, foiirtd in sWftttipS of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, 'JVini- dact, and along the eastern coast of Central America Is the lightest known wood. 3. The Nobel . prizes, awarded. annually for physics, chemistry, physiology and medicine, literature and peace, were established by Alfred B. Nobel, Swedish Inventor of dynamite, for prizes for those who had mostly contributed to the ben* efit of mankind. 3. Patrick Henry was not an Irishman. He was born In Virginia. His mother was of Welsh descent and his father was born In Scotland. 4. The Mason and Dixon line was named after surveyors who defined a boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland. In 1820 the name was applied to an imaginary line separating free and slave states. 5. The Preamble continues "... provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution of the United States of Anier- FOR SALE—2 lots on corner of 14th ,nd Walker street, two blocks from High School. Bargain for cash. .See immy Fields or R. O. Bridewell. 20-ltp < OUR BOARDING HOUSE. .. , . with , , J tC^toU*. Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience £L R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 1T1W 5-4-tf Hempstead County Mattress Shop ' builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. T12 West Fourth street Mione Paul Cobb. 858-M. 2-tfc " ' HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. j<54 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc For Rent ' FOR RENT—Three-room apartment, unfurnished; one 4-room house, $10 each, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 1638-11. 15-Ctc FOR RENT—Furnished bedroom, adjoining bath. 315 East Third street. Dewey Boles. 17-4tc FOR RENT—An apartment 423 South Hervey Street. 20-ltp 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. $5.00 down 51.00 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 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 Notice NOTICE—Public auction, Monday, No. 22nd, 10 a. m. Buckner, Ark. Ensilage cutter, farm equipment, live stock. R. L. Meyers. • 18-3tp NOTICE—Annual election offices. Hope Country Club at the Club Monday Night, November' 22nd. Supper will be served. • • • 19-3tc I »««'»'I«l»»Utt« I 't ^-~^~^"••'• l f WATER HEATERS' SALES SEHVICt ? -Easy Terms Harry W. Shiver Plumbing--EIectric«I PHONE 259 PHONE 385 HALL BROS Cleaners & Hatters TRUSSES We carry a complete stock of Trusses. We are careful to correctly fit these trusses, and our prices, are the lowest that can be made. No charge made for fitting. ' " JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Recall Store Phone 63 . Delivery Coat of Arms HORIZONTAL 1 Coat of arms ol , pic- I tured here. II To exist. 13 Melody. 14 Yellow finch. 15 To unclose. 17 Cavity. 18 Sleeps, 20 Bronze. 21 Half an em. 22 Auto. 23 The tip. 25 Asylums. 30 English coin. 31 Frenzy. 33 Above. 34 Mother 36 Moist. 37 New. 40 Pistol. 41 Spigot. 43 To depart 44 This island colony was discovered by John 48 Data. 50 Nocturnal Answer to Previous Puzzle animal. 52 Nominal value. 53 To compress. 55 To put on. 56 Sesame. 57 To surpass in daring. 59 Ocean 61 This 15 near Canada 62 It is the English coN ony, VERTICAL 1 Back of neck. 2 Ireland. 3 Humor. 4 Musical note. 5 Consumers. 6 Fiber knots. 7 Dealer in cattle. 3 Circular wall. 9 About. 10 To accomplish 11 Reel vegetable. 12 Being. 16 Parent., IS Sun god. 19 To appear. 24 Small nail. 26 Expectation. 27 Crippled. 28 BroHen tooth 29 One who captures. 32 Fancies. 33 Pitcher. 35 Social insect 38 This colony has refused to join . 39 To make lace. 42 Tablet. 45 Honeybee. 46Sphere 47 Either. 48 Work of skill 49 Wine vessel. 5i To act a$ model 53 Tobacco quid. 54 Qolf teacher 56 Note in scale 57 Upon 58 Ell. 60 freposHion. IP VOU'LL. OUST A TO EVOLVE- Bi<3 BOY WANTS TO THUMB SOME euy TOTH'SHOvVER,, ME FLASHES AW SOS, AWP X BOUWCE IW AWD TELU TH' BOSS HE'S WANTED IW 1 WILL. TAKE IT UP WITM 01= DIRECTORS/" OP A VERY MOW TO -SHOO PROSPEROUS ASSOCIATICSJ/ ME IKI MY HAIR r EAS i we HIM OUT** BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By WILLIAMS wwv A wore* wwv NOT GOME STAV AN' KETCH T ~ WMV, OW X LEAVE THAT GUV A WOTS THAT'LL BE A MOTE! FROM UP STUP£ TO W&1T6 TO OTHEK. /i-Io COURSE ' Not a Bit Impressed By MARTIN .SOT TfNVlB WSiS,A ' eOK55E VAA'JH. VA 60T •'p.:.-: 1 '*'.'"'- 1 ". .-'i "^Tj" ALLEY OOP "The~Hands That Will Rock a Nation f By MARTIN OH,GU2ZlE'. ARE VOU DOWN THERE TAKE VOU ALL , ASK H1N /'•ABOUT " ALLEY OOP AMP. • MU) ^VMqW ABOUT THEM LFOOZV. POWN'HERE!^ TOM£J 'S ABOUT TIME VOU SHOWED UP -TFINP OUT,' ., nntcMT-, BIG BLOO GOOPJSyBLOO GOOFUS? SOUMP / SPOT5 VA GOT /MV EVE'.THESE , v!S 50\ A h L .,?y E ^ yf SPOTS ARE S6RKV< STAIN5 TM 1 <SRANP WIZER PUT VUH? ON ME'.' -^^^- —— *rr ^ ir - • - • / ^^^ 20^ ^/yjL WHAT? VOU MEAN TO LEAVE HIS MMESTY HURRY— SAY, OOOLA, I GOT I PEA WASH TUBBS Little Giants By CRANE M-lSSEN, BR6EZ6. B SLlV WHO COK!?ALLE uL THESE PY6M1E5, WHAT TH& VOU oOlM<5 10 CO WITH THEM HES^ BOV5, CAN WUNMA WE DON'T NEED A RAILROAD, WE DON'T MEED NOTW. C'MON, LE"$ 6O ECKLES ANDHIS FRIENDS —J) CO.PB, 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. uTs. P*T OFF A Chance By BLOSSER ! PLEASE LET ME GET >BACK 1H THER5, COACH ' 'v/e'f*E BEHIND, AWD GAME IS NEARLY MAYBE IVE MISJUDGED oL), FRECKLES....AMD I'LL GIVE YOU AWOTHER- TRY,' i 1 POM'T WOW WHAT TO ^N ^PERHAPS, IF WE 5AV TO VOUR SUC-)GE5TIOM \ HEARD MORE t 7HAT J BECOME A SPECIAL I ABOUT THE CASE ' P^PUTV, COMMlSSIOWEa.-jy I VOU HAVE "' - —7^^ WELL, THE SCORE HAS BEEU SOME S A CHANCE TALK, YOU KUOW, ABOUT -TO CLEAR AGAWSTUS,WOV/, SELLIMG US OUT,' MYSELF ) WI7H ~ IVVO MIMUTES <3>OIU& WITH THE OF AWT / T° GO! THAT'S A RIVAL CDACH'S TOUGH SPOT.' PAU6HTER. MAKES IT LO{X, &AD..-TO SOME PEOPLE. for a Nurse ^-; BUT -SET IW THERE . I DQM'T WANT TO COMPEMH) A MAW WHO CAW PROVE HIS IKIWOCETSICE: !! i I /"" WE"? OH.VES, I , I SERGEAMT--I'M SORRV. OF WILL BE. ASSIGNED \ TO WOKK OU THE CASE WITH v ">"=•& MORTH TlW THAT CASE,COMMI5SIOMEBA /-SPLEMPID'MO I VOU HAVE OWLV TO QIV/E US ) f OME BUT A S THE PBTAILS AWD WE'LL ,— / NJURSE CAM i START, IMMEDIATELY.' By THOMPSON AND COLL HELP USTEACK POWS) WILLIE STEEM/ ISM'T HE \ / RIGHT THE i>»:noRious \ i vou ARE, KILLER AND COUNTER-\ SER&EAMT" FEITER- W-O DODGED j\ WOW, SEKJTE^CE OM A PLEA OF IWSAMITV? ^ ffj -T LISTEKJ...

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