Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 24, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 24, 1937
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gTAK, mm, AftlONSAS Wttfu* HUfi* 50C „ wort, minimum 9W fftt* month (26 tkfl«)~lSc *t>td, mtaimufis $2.f I foies *» to wnttouotu Ia*w- aaljr. ttt making word count, disregard ' ettislflcatlon name such as "For Sent," "Foil Sale," etc.—this la tee. Sat each Initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as S full word. For example: ' I*OB BENT— Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garage, due in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phofl* 9991 loteJ, 1$ words, at 2c word, 3*c •' tut one time; at 3%c word, 53e (or three dmes, etc. NOTE: AU -tdew placed by teienhoae are due and payable upon presentation at bill* PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H.-R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf An*w«rs »d CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Pngc Oiio 1. t*resident Grant's nnmo was Hiram Ulysses. In making out his application for West Point n congressman wrote the nnttie Ulysses Simpson, ami the error was never corrected. Simpson was Grant's mother's name. 2. The Kohiiioor diamond is one of the crown jewels of Great Britain. It weighs 106 1,16 carats. 3. Easter Sunday is designated as the first Sunday following the first full moon nfter March 21. 4. Two Presidents. William Henry Harrison and Zachary Taylor, died in the White House. 5. John had $1.20. A Special Lodge of entered Apprentice Masons will be held Friday Night November 26. AU Masons, particularly Entered Apprentice are urged to attend. WHITFIELD LODGE NO. 238 F&AM 24-25c Hempstead 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 . .Opportunities Offered ' HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, MET'ALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. otW East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 J8-tfc AWATCHFOB" PRINCIPALITY Wanted . WANTED^—Small) place wither Without improvements. 10 to 40 acres im. all-weather road. Will trade car or buy. Cash if priced and located right. Atkinson at Lewis & May Motor Co. 22-3tp For Rent 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 RENT—Seven-room house, un- fumished, on Pond street See Eula Janes at Mary's Beauty Shop. 24-3tc For Sale FOR SALE—Easy terms, small sub- burbian Grocery, doing good business Apply 208 East fith St.. after 4 p. m. 23-6tc. 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 i T ESS than eight square miles in area, with a population less than that of an average town— 22,153—Monaco is a watchfob principality equally unique and famous around the world. It is located nine miles east of Nice on j the Mediterranean, hemmed in on ! all sides by France. Supplanting the Phoenicians, the Greeks colonized Monaco before 1000 A. D. Tliery erected a temple to Heracles, surnamed by the Greeks "Monoikos," hence the derivation of Monaco. In succeeding centuries the little territory came successively under French ' and Sardinian rule. It now operates under a national council of 21 members and Prince Louis II. Keystone of Monaco is Monte Carlo, gambling resort to the world. For this concession, running from 1898 to 1947, a com- •pany paid 400,000 pounds in 1899. 600,000 in 1913, as well as a rent of 50,000 pounds yearly to 1906; 70,000 to 1916, 80,000 to 1926, 90,000 to 1936 and 100,000 to 1947 i The inhabitants of Monaco are [forbidden access to the gambling .tables,.but are exempt from taxation and derive large profits from the gambling visitors A view of Monaco is shown on a ' 1922 stamp. -. WHY PAY RENT A little money, a little judgment and a little nerve. That's all 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 (Copyright; IW7, NEA Service. Inc I Explorer of Old HORIZONTAL I Man who searched for the Fountain of Youth. 10 Above. 11 To decorate 12 Striped fabric. 13 Networks. 14 To stream. 15 Within. 16 No good. 17 To accomplish. 18 And. 20 Hospital attendant. 47 Preposition. 25 Unconsecrated 48 To peel. Answer to Previous Puzzle 30 Black bird. 31 Roof edges. ,33 Smell. 34 To compel. 36 Butter lump. 37-Agreeable odor, 38 Preposition. 40 South America. 4t Deeds 45 Electrical unit. 51 Third-rate actor. 52 Place of business. 54 Stir. 55 Top of the head. 56 Maker of tiles. 57 Tilts. 59 He was a — by birth. 60 He sighted new land on Sunday. VERTICAL t Italian river. 2 Egg-shaped. 3 God of wisdom. 4 Animal's- stomach. 5 Pastry. 6 Paradise. 7 Quantity. • 8 Ireland. 9 Wild asses. 14 He called the new land . 17 Doctor. 19 Toward. 21 Gypsy. 22 Diamond cutter's cup. 23 To piece out. 24 To bark. 25 House cat. 26 Because. 27 Stir. 28 Name. 29 To rub out. 32 Mover's truck, 35 Musical note. 37 Lava. 39 Coating of a seed. 40 Cubic rnetcr. 42 A fellow. 43 Goodby. 44 Last word of a prayer. •16 Ado. 47 Form of "be." •)8 Butter lumps. 4& Entrance. 50 Lasso. 53 Ancient. 55 Postscript. 58 Senior. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with , , . , Major Hoople SPUTT-SPUTT- 1 'PAWCY YOU AKJD 1TO KMOW THAT THE ; WAS SCOT3N WMfeKj HE HI© STEAM BC5AT/ YOU A<=> TM& NUT OP THE £<3AP, THAT WILL. SILENCE HER BAWTEP, WHILE ARE TME SOFT TEPAU OM AVsJ^TH A « OUT0URWAV hJo, SHfe'LL ' V .J6VEK KNOW \ v , VOU WITH 1H§M **s \ WALWin^lW I Bv WILLIAM J BELIEVE MOVg MOM& AAA«RlED JU5T MEft HOLISM I ^OTHEVCAW MAV6 5ME MA*. uMp'w p MB TO OD- CAfiey^nru HOME SHE .. NO&QDV WOULD PATHER RDI2A WHV MOTHERS GET GRAY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just Like Ferd ,'- TO ALLEY OOP Ooola Has Her Hands Full y?^* '•; i o'c\.oc«. By MARTIN BY H£CK,VVH£M 1 MADE VOU MV GRAMD WIZER.I MADE SOME APPOIMTMEWT.' IAMOW S'OUR STUFF/ NOW COMEOM AN!' SEE WHAT KIMDA MAGIC VOU PERFORM OW VOU ^-v ME. 1: '/•! •MOW, HERE'S EMOUGH STUFF TO RIG OUT SIX OUEEM5 - SAV.' TELL THOSE IDIOTS OUT THERE T'TAKE WASH TUBES" 3ILE5 BELOW WHEfSE JESSE WATT 15 AWAIT/MG THE ARRIVAL OF BKEEZE KELTOM'S MAHOOANV LO&S, PON) CARLOS, WHO RECOVEKEP AFTEK BE1N& SHOT BV WATT, MEETS CHIEF KVMOOSA AND HIS INPIAM LABOISERS. '^7/TWA A POWDER, WILL VUH? WE'RE ^W-'^^pS, GOMMA &B BU5V/ I'M SORCV, BUT HER HIGHNESS 15 IM CONFERENCE AND WOM'T , BE ABLE. TO GIVE YOU AN AUDlEMCE BEFORE ^ , TOMORROW *? ''x^r ^-. c^ ^ /^-ks*tV^* •%}{ OOOLA? D'YATHIWK Km. WE CAM GIT ME UMPA- VOU'LL &E SURPRISEO.' COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC.' t7M. REG. U^.'PAT.'OFF. >_ B055 MAM SENP 1NDIA.N5 TO NEW CAMPJOF COURSE FOR WORK, BUT BIS CHIEF NO COULD FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Revenge Coming By CRANE THEieE EES NO NEW CAMP. WATT-DEP TO VOU! HE DOUBLE CROSSEP YOU/ LAK HE DO ME AN 1 EVER 1 WAN ELSE .—. CHIEF KVMOO&A 60IM6 SETTLE LON6 HEAP &\& SCORE, PLENTY QUICK COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEO, U. 8. PAT. Off. He Makes It WE'VE QOTTA rr, LEPTY? ' FPECK IS CpAZY! WE CAN'T KICK THAT FIELD GOAL WITH A BAD AWKLE,' AUD IF WE MISSES', ALL TWIS TALK ABOUT HIM SELLING OUT TO KINGSTON WILL LOOK LIKE ^ M C COY.' ^ MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE GOSH^HE CAN'T KICK A FIELD/ i CAN'T GOAL THIRTY-/ LO°K f BUT IF RVE YARPS ( HE MAKES WITH THAT ANKLE .'/ , OUTTA THIS I GRANDSTAND! ) w Not Very Sociable C3OSM, MVRA.' WE'LL HAVE J J'M SOKRV, FOLIOS-JOHN Ti"; eiG CAREFUL WHOM WE/ LWES TP FOOL STI^M•\M.'A TO AKOUMD nH!5 1 GEf2S. 0OT HE'S REALLV PLACE:'y^r-~v~**~r---*-^' QUITE " i^' ^, te/wr > N ' <: \S >' N< .^r^ THEM VOU P6- "\ / VES -AMD WATWNS, ARE REALLV ) l WHO ARE THE PIRECYPROF J "•' VOU? ELM WOOD ?, \ By THOMPSON AND COLL WE'RE PSTECJIVE 5, DOCTOR.' AMD WE'D LIKE TO ASK VOUC. COOPERATION OW A CASE CONCERNING ONE OF YOUIi...ec. PATIENTS-WILLIE STEEN. WILLIE 57EENJ HEAVEN) v HELP VOU/> W. MEANWHILE-, IK) .AMO7HER PART QF ^ THE HOSPITAL... VISITORS WILLIE/i N COULDN'T FIND OUT ^lEIR BUSINESS, BUT I POKJ'T LIKE THEIR—, LOOKS/ , •-' •AMD I DOWT LIKE YOUeS.. G£T OUT.'

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