Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 23, 1937 · Page 6
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, jjra-ffif STAfl, ARKANSAS, Tuesday, November 23,1037 ^agfcta^Tn-n-ri_r'r'i'JiL-_r : '_ J g'^:-a c "!t~^r,,i- - ' rnf" jfe •^•aag; T "ir!."**"JJJ*M»JI M«tf« tfou fell, lh« Quick** You SeU" KATES tittt Hm*—ic word, minimum Me TluM* times—3Vic word, mla. Sftc fits ti«»—fie word, mlnlttum 90c Ott* month (28 times)—1S« word, minimum J2.79 fUiM Me tot continuous Insertions only. to making word count, disregard classification name such as "Put Befit," "For Sate," etc.—this Is fee*. fiat each Initial or name, or com* |kte telephone number, counts u * tull word. For example: fcOB RENT—Three-room modem tulralsbed apartment, with garage, Close In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, pooae 9999. Total, li words, at 2c word, 3»c tot one time; at 3Hc word, 53c (or three times, etc. NOTE: All ^rders placed by lelepbouc are due and payable upon >reseutati"u at bill. PHONE 76« Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, rlepairing Thirty years experience JL B. iegnar liu b. Hervey f none m\V 5-4-tf Hernpstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Worfc and material guaranteed. 712 Vvest Fourth street l*hone ^ul Cobb, 658-M. 2-Uc " HIGHEST PRICES 1-A1D tor JfcCANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. V. A. LtWlS MOXOH L-O. d04 fast 2nd btreet, nope, Ark. 40 la-tfc Notice NOTICE—Annual election offices. C' Sope Country Ciub at the Club Monday Night, November i!2nd. Supper will be served. 19-3tc Wanted WANTED—'SmallJ place wither Without improvements. 10 to 40 acres Bh ail-weather road. Will trade car or bfay. Cash if priced and located right. Atkinson at Lewis & May Motor Co. 22-3tp Lo«t STRAYED OR STOLEN—Saturday night, pair mules, weight about 1300 pounds each. One bay horse mule 'dther a dark bay with white nose and Split ear. Also pair mare mules, one •white gray other brown. Notify Bert Keith or L. Gtllespie Patmos, Arkansas for reward. '22-ltp For Rent Today'* Aftiwtri to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. The chief justice of the United States is appointed by the President for a life term. 2. London's buildings are low. None exceed 200 feet in height. 3. The U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey reports the North Pole point is moving southward at approximately six inches a year. 4. £onp is made to float by blowing it fuU. of air bubbles while the substance is hot. 5. Water power often is designated as "white coal." FOR SALE— Tin drums suitable for lard and syrup from 3 gal. to 14 gal. sizes — Scalding barrels — wood and iron —Priced right— lOc up. DUCKETT CHEMICAL CO. next to Southern Grain & Produce Co. 23-3tc WHY PAY RENT A little money, a little judgment and a little nerve. That's ail it take to live in your own home. See A. C. Erwin. 23-ltp FOR SALE—12 or 15 year old Poll Parrot and cage. Has fairly large vocabulary. Price $15.00 Mrs. Oliver Mills, Phone 255-J or 36. 23-3tp American submarines are now equipped with an improved type of escape apparatus. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with , , » * Hoeole OUT OUR WAV FEVER Liquid, Tablets first day Salve, Nose Drops Headaches, 30 minutes. Try "Rtib-My-Tism" World's Best Liniment Logs, Blocks and Bolts We arc In the market for White Oak, Overcup, Burr Oak, Red Oak and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Ash and Pine Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading PEDDUW' TW' MA3OT2, ' POWER A MILLION ALL A £QUlWa,feL. LIKE , HIM TO BE TMIWKIK1' ABOUT TH' WORKlW WE SAVS IT'S TYPICAL Ol= TH' PEOPLE TO AAA3OR TRYIW' TC '/A u>OTH' WORK JUST ABOUT 6VEW UP HIS P6BTS AROUklD FfeR HIM/ OU<3HT POWM I OF A WIKJD- V__, MILL ( /Ijjj ~U HE BIO TOPIC — :~ OF COMVER-3ATIOM- H-23X COPR. 193T BY NEA SERVICE. !HC. T. M. HEC. U. S. P*t. OFF. - By WILLIAMS *SSk 1 IHOUGMf VOU'D GET OP BUFFALO STOMACH TROUBLE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Babe Knows the Answers By MARTIN FOR RENT—Furnished apartment With private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine Street. 23-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 400 South Main Street Phone 562 5r 5. 23-3tc FOR RENT—Two rooms and bath partly furnished. Mrs. J. D. Cummings, 803 West Sixth St. 23-3tp FOR RENT—Furnished apartment with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler,' 402 South Pine street. 23-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 400 South Main street. Phone 562 or 5. 23-3tc For Sale FOR SALE— Easy terms, small sub- burbian Grocery, doing good business Apply 208 East 6th St., after 4 p. m. 23-6tc. Company PHONE 245 Representative JACK WITT .t HAv/c. TOO MOCVA TO DO . 9UOOIW6TOM OUT : f -Ji* f UP - AW \F XOO'LX. 6O DOT V\\M , HE WHAT .1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. 5. PAT. ALLEY OOP Thrones Have Changed Hands for Less By MARTIN Royal Beauty SIRL5! HAVE AMD OOOLA I9J/QOOLA? -\ YOU HEARD-VTOBE UER/^ W/O H!SOTHAT<S A QUEEN UMPA { GRWslD / vWHV SRE WANTED / ~> \S 60NNA (?UN TH'-COUNlT/^/'T? | r-^-~w NEW DOE • _^/ 6I?AND WiZER OUTFIT— - WHAT'S I THE. MATTER? \ DONT VOU [ THINK. IT'S J) V ALL RIGHT? fT- T. M. REG. U. S. P^T. OF.F>, WASH TUBES Wash Knows His Stuff LIKE IT? WOW! IT'S GOR.GEOUS! BV GUM, I THINK, I SLIPPEP UP- X SHOULP'A TOOK THAT JOB MYSELF AM 1 LET VOL) „ BE By CRANE ~ !OBOV,LOOKIT THOSE LITTLE") /WASH, VOU'RE^ 1 FELLOWS PAPDLEf _^X \^A PAKLINGJ/ W HORIZONTAL 1'Ill-fa ted queen pictured here. 13 To sing cheerfully. 14 Age. 15 Sea weed. 16 Colt. 17 Famous 19 Auditory. 21 Thing. 82Ifite for the dead. 24 Since. 25 Musical note. 26 Chsrt. 28 Formed a vine, 31 Inflexible. 34 Smell 35 Tardy 36 Sheep's cry. 38 To devour. 39 Alleged force 41 Pound. |2 African antelope. '43 Within. Answer to Previous Puzzle IM JOHNNY; GOODMAN! y [AIM HA l IT IE DloBR 44 Pitcher. 46 Rendered flexible. 51 Pedzl digit. 52 To woo. 53 To work. 54 Queer. 55 Couple. 57 Helper. 58 Pertaining to air. . 60 She was a princess 61 She was the wife of XVI of VERTICAL 2 Bitter herb. 3 Inlets. 4 Badly. 5 And. 6 Gaseous element. 7 To carry. 8 Heavy blow. 9 North America. 10 Self. 11 Good by. 12 Spruce. Louis 16 She was —and extravagant 17 Chaos, 18 S f -eam obstructifn. 20 She was • to death. 22 Fashion. 23 Gibbon. 25 Brutal. 27 Rice dish, 29 Idant. 30 Blow on the head, 32 Gun. 33 Neuter pronoun. 37 To engulf. 38 To hold dear. 40 Tibetan tribe. 42 To obtain. 43 Containing iodine. 45 Low tide. 47 Above. 48 Fruit. 49 Prude. 50 Boy. 51 Lacerated. 56 Exists. 59 Babylonian deity. WELL, COME ON! WE GOTTA GET GOlN6,TOO FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS TOP" 1I >37 fly NFA SFHVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. The Test WE AINT LICKED VET! THAT KELTOM PAM? s WILL HAFTA RUM HER MAHOGA.MV IVWr-l THIS STREAM. WE'RE WAITING R.I6HT HER.EI/- "~ By BLOSSER WHAT IM BLADES- IS FRECKLES DOIMQ WOW ? HE'S ) ry'sOUR GOT 'EM LIWED UP FOP A FIELD GOAL. CW ~7WE OWLV CWAWCE:, COACH, WITH SECOKIDS ~ro GO.' Bar RES GOIMG TO TRY TO FIELD GOAL MIMSELP WHY DOESKJ'T HE SEWD DEWBY BACK?DEMBT'S J-FRETCU OUR FIELD /MAS A RAWDALL .sue- ( BUTCOACW, srmnE- FOR ; ANOTHER SUBSTITUTIOW TELL HIM TO / AT -^,3 poiijT- GET OFF S W ILL GET US TUAT PELD )J A P-, V E-YARD PEMALTY ? OKAY. O^AY ' SIT DOWW.RAMDALL,! GUESS IT'S WO USE f M C GOOSEV IS LETTIWG US DOWNJ JUST AS TUFY SAID HE WOULD ' f-JEVEP MIWD THAT .' YOU JuST YOU KNOW WHAT PEOPLE WILL SAY ! ' CO?S 193J B> NF* StRVICE. INC. I. M. REC. U. S. PIT nf t MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Who Is the Boss, Anyway?^ By THOMPSON AND COLL SO THIS IS» THE SANATORIUM WHERE WILLIE STEEW IS PARDOM--APE VOU THE DIRECTOR.? RIOHT IM HERE, PLEA5E. JOHN-' HOW OFTEN) MUST I TELL VOU TO SIT AT MV PESK/ v\tLL,YOU SEE WE'RE..... MOW, 7HEW... WHAT CAM J CO FOR VOU?

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