Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 29, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 29, 1937
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ARKANSAS "Mfc* More You Tell, the Quioke* Ytfu Sell" RATES HIM—2c wprt, minimum 3te IfuNM times—MSC tvofd, mitt. 5fc •§t* flines—€c word, minimum 90c One mouth (38 times)—18c word, mtntntun $178 IUte» ate tot eontinucnts hatt- ttoas only. ta making word count, disregard tiHfeUUatktti name such as "Pot R*ftt," To* Sate," etc.-thls Is Jnee. Bit each initial Or name, or com- fkte telephone number, counts Ml tt full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern {ttrnished apartment, with garage* d»M fai. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, Me ft* one tfine; at 344c word, 53e for three times, etc. NOTE: All -rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon jtresentatinn of. bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty vears experience H. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Hempstead County Mattress Shop builds new cotton mattresses and rebuilds old ones. Work and material guaranteed. 712 West Fourth street Phone Paul Cobb, 65S-M. 2-tfc COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries. Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-26tp Tells President Power 'Deal' OK Floyd E. Carlisle, chairman of Consolidated Edison Company of New York, is shown above as he left the White House after agreeing to consider a $100,000,000 expansion program for his company and to "go along" with President Roosevelt's .effort to obtain lower private electric rates in return for lessened gov- eminent competition. Help Wanted ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR FOR US. GOOD PAY. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity. Everything Supplied. Nationwide Distributors, 401 Broadway, N. Y. 29-ltp Can place an ambitious man or woman in steady, profitable, independent sales business with brisht future, in Hope. Write J. R. WATKINS CO., 70-72 W. Iowa Ave.. Memphis. Tennessee. 29-ltp For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished apartment •with private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chandler, 402 South Pine street. 27-3tc FOR RENT—Rooms with board. Reasonable. 315 West Division. Phone 634. Mrs. T. E.Urrey. 26-3tc • FOR RENT—Farm 12 Miles east of Hope. 2 houses. Good water and pas- |ture. See Claude Waddle. 26-3tp For Sale *i FOR SALE: Two slightly used Ra- Utos, excellent condition. Priced right. Automotive Supply Co. 29-3tc FOR SALE—Easy terms, small sub- burbian Grocery, doing good business Apply 208 East 6th St., after 4 p. m. 23-6tc. . FOR SALE—Two trained country raised bird dogs, one setter, one pointer. W. B. Butler, Emmet, Ark.. R. 2, Box 164. 26-3tp ; FOR SALE—1937 Delco Radio. Cheap for cash. See A. C. Monts. 26-3tc * Don't forget that we manufacture the highest grade dairy feed for your milk cows. Southern Grain. 27-3tc Of the 3.000,000 miles of streets and highways in the United States, we have today approximately 1000 miles of advanced highway.—Paul Hoffman, Automotive Safety Foundation president. Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS _L Questions on Page One 1. A senator may serve on several committees of the Senate. i'. The Four Horsemen of the A^jcalypse represent War. Pestilence. Famine and Death. 3. Jesse James was killed by a triend. Robert Ford. 4. Greenland was so named by its Viking discoverer, Eric the Red, who hoped to attract settlers to the new land. 5. HC1 is hydrochloric acid. H2O is water. H2SO4 is sulphuric acid and NuCl is sodium chloride or common salt. OUR BOARDING HOUSE /AlS£lW<3 with .. , Major Hoople *TD KICK HIS RIGHT CUT LOUD, IKJ MY POCKET SURE. TH' MAJOR, ALL RIGHT { "DOO* T=OR A HE WOULt? B.EEXJ THAT MILLION! ME CLAIMED HE'D GET -POR.JT/ Christmas Seals BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Wanted We are in the market for 2000 bushels of Heavy Corn. Southern Grain. 27-3tc Will pay the highest market prices for pecans. Southern Grain. 27-3tc HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. ,i04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc Lost STRAYEI>-B!ack mare mule, age 12 to 15. weight 1,000 pounds. Reward. Jakic Reyenga. Emmet Route One. 26-6tp LOST OR STRAYED-Three head of cattle. On right hip there is a piece of paper with the numbers 864, 866, 759. Two white faced and other is .solid red. If found notify Doctor Zimmerly or Henry Watkins 1 . 27-3tc Small Furry Beast • HORIZONTAL I Well-known small anivnal. • 8 It belong?, to the • family. 13 Matter. 14 Eatable grass growths. 15 To bring legal suit. 16 Lava. 17 To implore. .18 Bye tumor. 30 Mother. 21 To vex. 23 To total. 25 To surfeit. 27 IlMempered person. JJ8 GJazed clay blocks. 30 Market. 32 Over. 33 Inveterate. Answer to Previous 'Puzzle 43 Tatter. nuts and . 45 Spread of an 63 It has a arch. tail, 48 To suffer loss. VERTIPAI 50 Cant. VERTICAL 52 Bivalve 1 Mineral mollusk. spring. 53 Social insect, 2 Angry dispute „_„.,, 54 Italian river, 3 You and me. 35 Nominal value 55 Varnish 4 Roll of film. 3(5 Morindin dye ingredient. 5 Tatter. 37 Merry. 57 Musical note. 6 And. '38 Skillet. 58 To chop. 7 Innkeeper. 40 Musical note. 59 Into. 8 Thing. 41 To fish. 61 Therefore. 9 Hops kilns. 43 Poem. 62 U feeds on 10 Electrical unit. 11 Cardinal number. 12 Beverage. 17 Child's napkin 19 Sweet potato. 22 Rowing too). 23 Ozone. 24 Lion's home. 26 Spigot. 27 Its (pi.) makes fur trimmings. 2&Your. 29 To drink slowly. 31 To exchange. 33 Beret. 34 Heart. 37 Company. 39 Big. 41 Missile. 44 Race end. 46 Sudden fright 47 Packs away. 49 To crush. 51 To unclose. 52 Baby's bed. 53 Wine vessel. 56 Shy. 58 Hour. 60 Chaos. HOMEY,M\6TAH AM OM Ht VJAW.TS A DATE 0\«b HE StZ WE M'OW AFVAH ROOM , HE. OOW'T BL.AME You FO' (OOT HOW MUCH LONGER DO WE HAFT A STAND THIS HIGHHANDED STUFF/^~: FROM QUEEN ZWHUT'S ..... , UMPA? /PLACE COMIM 1 TO' ' '"• MUGS TAK/N' !DE(55 FROM W.. cS ^_ "\ WOMEN? LEAVE IT T'ME VOU 6UVST I'LL < THAT GAL! Si WASH TUBBS IN THERE! C'MOUT HEREII WAMT'A HAVE WORDS WITH Not According to Hoyle '"\ Monday, November 20,193 OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS !/ AND WOULDN'T HAVE ANV> OWOO-WE'LL HAVE WO VOUTH WITH HIM MV OLD A<36 WORRIES MS/ WHAT? WN tWO NICKELS IK1 A -SLOT MACHINE AM 1 6OlN Tb PUT <EM IN TH' BANK/ TWO NICKELS IN A 8lG BANK' WHY, CERTAINLY. THAT MAKES A, DOLLAR OP THIS NINETY CENTS- AND I'LL BE (SETTING THR.ee CENTS INTEREST ON IT COULDM'T INTO A 6-16 BANK WITH A DIME/ I'P WAIT TILL t ear STAGES OF GOUT ANiP SHOVEL STlPFNESSf By MARTIN Wm^-**. />v,^ A ;<ie~--^* * JCOPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. By HAMLIN M, MISTER 6URR VOU'RE JUST T WE'VE BEEN LOOKIN ISN'T IT NICE TO HAVE THESE Bl STRONG MEM PEPENP YOU SHOWED UP AT THE RIGHT• NEEPEP TIME' ^^ FOURTH.' , 1937 J BY r NEA^£RViCE'. (NC. "i'.'M, Ho/Hum! X BKIBEP THE OLP FOOL IMTO STICKING BY ME 11LL D£ATH. • — "--'<•'w---\ns. i^-w^j-'w-'ix w/-\] TO TREATUM INDIANS RIGHT WE STAY, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WOTTAVANf STICKUM FIN&ERf MEAN, BLOOPJS. DRAW BLOOD OATH? ^ ^ Ways That Are Dark i i\ Q? ••^\ CRANE THAT AWKLE FOR A FEW DAYS AMD TAKE IT EASY....AWD PAY ATTEWTIOW TO YOUR WURSE: .' / /•' THE FIRST PART IS AW ORDER^ DOC. BUT THE SECOND is A PLEASURE; .' I'LL SEE THAT HE BEHAVES, DOCTOR The Wayman Way A SHORT T/ME LATEI? THAT>5 FUNN*3INCE HE STUCK THAT THORN INTO MYFiNeeR^n—-i DON'T FEEL SO GOOD/ HOW ABOUT YOUR DAD, JUWE7...DID THAT 22 TO 20 DEFEAT HURT HIS CHAMCES OF GET7TWG A WEW COWTRACT ? By BLOSSER MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE / MET SAYS MOT, BUT I 7HIKIK HE'S TERRIBLY WORRIED /.-•// ^ HE'S v/ArriWG FOR TWE KIMQSTOM BOARD -70 WOLD THEIR MEETIW3 AMD DECIDE HIS FATE .'THEY HATE BEIMQ L-ICKED BY SHADYS~IDE !! \fC lr; }** Willie' s a IF DADDY HEARS YOU TRYIWC3 TO TAKE THE j HE'i_l_ KNOCK if VRA AMD JACK -ARE WORKIMG )M THE ELMWOOD ^AKlATOglU TO STUOV THE §ASE OF "WILLIE (WSAK)E HILLEB AMD GOSH, MVRA-HOW DID yOU EVER- DO IT' I SAW yOU LEAD WILLIE I^TO THE plNJIMG HALL MEEK —V AS A LAM /JUST LUCK 3ACK- 1 SEEM TO HAVE CAUGHT HIM OM THE REBOUMD r AFTEfe A PAR.- / TICULARLV AS WILLIE .SITS AT THE /^ TABLE, HIS EYES BORE THRU MVRA A^J SHE TALK.5 WITH JACK •JUDDENLV; WITH GREAT STEALTH, i) WILLIE RISES FROM HIS PLACE AMD TURM& TOWARD THE COUPLE - - By THOMPSON AND YOU CAW'T TREAT A FRIEMD OF WILLIE STEEW'S THAT WAY/ WHV, I'LL--

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