Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 22, 1937 · Page 4
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HOM STAR, , ARKANSAS Mo»day, More You Teli, the Quicker You SeU" RATES One (tee— Zc word, mintotitn 3*e Three tart»—3Wc word, mln. SOc Sb. times— Sc word, minimum 9Cc !>&e month (2S times)— 18c word, minimum $2.7I> Rate* are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "Fw Bent," "For Sale," etc.— this Is ttsc. But each initipj or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a hill word. For example: FOR RENT— Three- room modern furnished apartment, with garage, dose In. Bargain. J, V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 39c lot one time; at 3Hc word, 53e for three -times, etc. NOTE: All -triers placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of. bill. PHONE 768 Service* Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing ' Thirty years experience SL R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone t71W 5-4-tf Hempsteaci County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material . guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street. I Phone Paul Cobb, 658-M. 2-tfc j * HIGHEST PRICES PAID | for , ! PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. | P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. • j o04 East 2nd Street. Kane. Ark. PHONE 40 IS-tfc for Sale FOR SALE—150 gallons of sorghum in ne\v bucket?. 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. S5.00 down Sl.OO weekly. Will accept Victrolas, Radios. Live Stock and Farm Produce. Part or Full Payment. Pay "Halt 1 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 Notice NOTICE—Annual election offices. Hope Country Club at the Club Monday Night, November 22nd. Supper will be served. 19-3tc Wanted WANTED — Smalj place wither without improvements. 10 to 40 acres on all-weather road. Will trade car or buy. Cash if priced and located right. Atkinson at Lewis & May Motor Co. 22-3tp Want to own your home? Alright; Here's how. Buy a lot on easy payments, Finance in Bldg. Loan. Pay like rent. See A. C. Erwin. 22-Up Lost STRAYED OR STOLEN-Saturday night, pair mules, weight about 1300 pounds each. One bay horse mule ether a. dark bay with white nose and split ear. Also pair mare mules, one white gray other brown. Notify Bert Keith or L. Gillespie Patmos. Arkansas for reward. 22-ltp ACROSS its 550 miles of west^ ern border, separating it from Italian Libia, Egypt today is throwing tip powerful defenses. There are 36,000 Italian soldiers and officers now stationed in Libia and so British army engineers, who are directing the work, are sparing no efforts in this move to protect Cairo and the Nile Valley against any eventuality. Actually this is fortifying acainst a desert, for most of Libia, except for scattered oases, is desert The entire border region is a vast sandy waste crossed only by caravan routes. Libia's oases, on the other hand, along the roast of Africa, are among the richesi in the world Where there is Irrigation Italians raise dates and olives, and vegetables. Chief oasis in northern Libia is El Guarscia. South of here lies'the oasis of Cufra, formerly the last stronghold of the Scnusi. members of a once powerful religious sect. There are other oases but hundreds of burning miles separate lht>m from each other Whitened boiies_of camels offer mute evidence of the many unsuccessful journeys in a land where tempera t u r e s soar to 110 in the day and drop to npar freezing aj night. A 1D36 Libinii s f n r^'p picturing a na- tivp is shown bore Today'* Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. George I, king of England from 1714 to 1727, could neither read nor write English. • 2. "Two-bits," meaning one- ciuarter of a dollar, originated in the West Indies where a "bit" applied to coins equalling one-eighth of a Spanish dollar or real. The term was adopted in New Orleans and later spread over the country. 3. As far as science has been able able to discover, no two objects, natural or artificial, are exactly alike. 4. Newfoundland is not a part of the Dominion of Canada but is an independent, self-governing dominion, on equal status with other British commonwealths. 5. In nine days of driving Jones' mileage was 170, 160, 150, 140, 130, 120. 110, 100 and 90. For Rent : i FOR RENT—My home on South "Pointed" foxes are imitations of (Main street, near high school. See silver fox. Silver hairs are inserted Pink W. Taylor. First National Bank in the skin of a black fox to "point" it. Building. 22-3tp Golfing Star HORIZONTAL ( I American golfer pictured here. 12 To rescue. 13 Has on. 14.Auditory. 16 Dyeing apparatuses. 18 Mineral spring. 19 Indolence. 20 To act upon each other. 22 Form of "be." 23 Electrical unit 25 Genus of auks. 26 Type stand;, rd 27 To spl.'sh. 29 To strike. 31 Marble 32 Sorro'.viui. 33Si!kv.-o!U: 34 Dry 3G North Answer to Previous Puzzle o COAT OF ARMS OF NEWFOUND LAND •52 Quaking. golf 43 Relates. many years. 45 L'ntv/isted silk VERTICAL Vi Poxt.itript 1 To notch. -17 Cubint-tmaker. 2 Abovi- 37 Pole 38 Br<rf plilCf- 40 S-.vt-c 50 South S3 .-^countered ri'-i inlet. ' ">ti H& is the uut-,t;iriding golfer. 3 iiy reason of. 5 Jjay la,t past. ti A port in <• 7 Kngl!.-!'i coin, r; Bone. f) Tt'cth. 10 Tiny pai tide 57 fi'.> h;ix been li In.-,i.-i t's egg. :m« in 12 fie is a by profession. 15 He is the National Golf 17 Seasons. 21 To cleanse. 24 Disposition. 26 Having no ears. 28 To dweli. 30 Jumps. 35 Sweet to the ear. 37 Pertaining to psora 39 Roofing material. 41 Inspired reverence. 42 Vigilant. 44 Senior 45 Feet. 46 Tiny vegetable. 43 Nominal value 49 Name 51 Onager. 52 Mother 55 Sound of pleasure. OUR BOARDING HOUSE,.,,, with , , . , Major Haoole OUT0URWAY By WILLIAMS VOKEO UP TO-A E>YMAMO TO UTILISE *?H' MAW laoweft BA^Y/ "THAT <3ives M£ AM ID6TA/ SAY, IP YOU COULD TRAP TH' THAT MY TYPE- 3£MlSRATe5 GUM, YOU'D HAVE AAAISJ ST£M=ET 6O LIT UP IT'D HAVE A HAW6OVER/ /^ MAVS WITH IM THE. OLJP. BfeEW IM COSJ- WITH &m . SR /V\ WHO POt2, MY IDEA/ A MILLION DOLLARS WAG KAPF —• THIWK/ 1 HOLt? TWEIR CTeST/MY 1 IM TH£ HOLLOW OF MV HAK1P / WHY IT'S C~5iliii) COPfl. W7 BV HC* SERVICC, INC.. _T. M. PEC. U. 3. Pj»T BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WE SPEND TOO THCT'S JUST Wt'UL JUS 1 VMUKt WOULD SETHIMKINl' v i A.&OUT, Tt> NAAKE HE WAS MUCH TIME THIMKl I /j H If WHAT WE'D DO WITH IT IP WE WAD IT TH' INSTAMT WE THINK OF A MILLIOM, QUIT WOKKiN', START ' PLAV TOO MUCH! A MILLION! WE SPfEMD KAUCH TlM£ TMIMK1M' WHAT :> THINK At It Again .. O^EAM HE UP A HALF iOR 'EM OP , By MARTIN OOT OP VOO WAWT TO TAWE THEM OOT, EH ? " ^CPPR.1937'BY'NEA SERVICED INC. T. M. REC. U. S, PAT. OrF. ALLEY OOP Old Job Holders Out WELL.WHV MOT? VWHO'S GOWMA BUT, QUEEN UMPA- TAK,E OVER THE STOP US, EH? CERTAISJLV, MOOVIAM MOMACCH'S ? CAM'T~WOT VVHER6 DUTIES? HOW CAW i HE IS NOW " VOL) DO THAT ? AWVHOW, WE CAM'T DO AWV By MARTIN WOR.Se'M TH' MEM HAVE.'LOOKIT . ^ MESS THEY VE /I GUESS THERE. If AAADE OF ,-/ is SOMETHIMG ' THIM65.' <s \ IN THAT ALL RIGHT- WASH TUBES i' WOW, WE'VE LOTS TOO- i &.IT FIRST —VOU GO ! S>CR4CTCH VOURSE-LF UP *yOXAi= K1NJO OF A The Little Brain Trust ESPECIALUV VOU MEAKJ WHILE, A 5IT OF A PALACE CLEANING JOB TDO.' By CRANE fWHEE!HUNPR£P5 OPLO6S PAKKEP/SUT HOW VOU BV TH' RIVER. HO HO.' AN' VOU S GONNA GET LAU6HED BECAUSE THE?E fATHOSE LO65 POWN- PYGMIE5 THOUGHT X WAS I ^^ STREAM? ONE OF'EM. ' FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS / •yy// /^ ' '"' ' i DOWT CARE: WHAT You THIWK .' IT I I'M CALLIWG THESE WOKJ'T ) SIGNALS ! I'M THROW CAM THROW THE PASS, HST IS PUS-NED &Y SEV££At- TACKLERS... oir^ SPECIAL NURSE Spunk ^ /"~ r_BY NEA ^ERVICL OH, T GOT THAT FIGURED X «•»•< IF I CAKJ'T Dorj' OKIE WAV, I CAM [„ DO IT AMOTHER .' j ,x ""N By BLOSSER i CAM'T DO AMYTHIMG IF I CAM GET ON A HEPE .' IT'S HIS ANKLE f ^ STRETCHER, I CAM GSTT SEND SOMEONE IN v/rrw i ON MY FEET J I'M A STRETCHER. STAYING IN Off On a New Case COMSULTATIOM i WITH j COMMISSIOMEE I JOHM.5OW ' RESACD.'MCi THE I STRANGE CASE OF WLUE S7EEW i KILLED AMD j GOOW7EBFEITE/2 WHO PODSED SEW7EWCE OM A PLEA OF IKI- S/'irry, MVRA A&f?E£S TO BECOME A SPECIAL OEPUTV ITS GREAT OF VOU TO HELP IM THIS CASE. MISSMORTH. HERE ARE YOUR. CREDENTIALS. FRO\A MOW OM, YOU'RE OM VOUR OWM-EXCEPT OF COUPJ.SE, WHAT ASSISTANCE VOU MIGHT &E(b OF THE HAWDSOME SEK6EAMT LANE. X GOOD LUCK, f ,COMMISSIOMEe- I'LL PO MV BEST. AMD woeev ABOUT LAME-I'LL SEE THAT HE \CO HIS MIMO JACK- IT5EEM5 AT I'M VOUe BROTHEK OFFICEE. NIOW...OC. vOU CALL IT r ' 1 OFFICE^.' HATE TELL •< WHM I'D CALL n ' By THOMPSON AND COLL ^JEALOUS ARE VCD? WELL. VOULL W. ' SOOK) &ET OVER THAT WHEN) WE f" * AtiCIVE AT THE SANATORIUM AMD .'///, OET IWTO THE WILDE ,_ •'. ••.'/•• STEEM CAS&- V

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