Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
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-if"* '' "rt&rMdr* You Tell, the Quicker * RATES On* tin*— 2c word, minimum 30c ItJrM rlffle*-3Wc won!, mli 5*c Six thnes-^fie word, minimum 90c ntonfh (28 times)— ISe word, minimum 12.70 are tot continuous Insertions only. In making word count, dlwejafd ete*»lfkaU«m name sueh aft "foe tent," "For Sate," efc.-UUs Is tec. Bat each initial 01 name, or complete telephone number, counts u a full word. For example: FOB BENT— Three- room modern fttrn&hed apartment, with garage, cte*e in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 3999. total, 15 words, at 2e word, Me tot me time; at 3V4c word, 53c lot three times, etc. All vfders placed by telephone ate due and payable upon presentation a* bilL PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H.'R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Antwtrt fv CHANtUM CftACKErlS I Questions on rage One- 1. According to correct social usage the wedding presents should be returned 1 to the donors if the engagement is broken, 2. The Red Cross emblem is the same as the flag of Switzerland with the colors counterehahged. 1 Stars twinkle, planets do not. anil this fact although hot infallible, can be used in differentiating between them. 4. The Cathedral of Rheims has been restored after being partially destroyed during the war. 5. The name "Arctic" is derived from the Greek word arctos, meaning "bear," since the Great Bear constellation was known to be in the north. "Antarctic" means "opposite of Arctic." Notice NOTICE 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 The reassessment of benefits of the following street improvement clis- ricts and annexes in the City of lope. Arkansas, have been filed in my iffice, and the same are now open for nspection. as required by law. tovit: Curb &. Gutter District No. 5 Street Improvement District No. 9 Curb & Gutter District No. 7 and its Annex No. 1 Street Improvement District No. 11 and its Annex No. 1, This 30th day of November, 1937. T. R. Billingsley Clerk Nov 30. Dec 7. GOBB'S HADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-26tp For Rent *« FOR RENT—Furnished apartment ', t witth private bath. Mrs. W. R. Chand, ler, 402, South Pine street. 27-3tc tf,>f *,- For Sale ,„ FOR-SALE: Two slightly used Ra• dios, ; excellent condition. Priced right. •^ • Automotive Supply Co. 29-3tc STRAYED— Black mure mute, age 12 tp 15. weight 1,000 pounds. Reward. JVikie Reyenga. Emmel Route One. 26-6tp A Complete Line -of- Yardlcy's Old English Lavender Toiletries—Bond Street Perfume "XMAS SETS" See Our Window JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Storo Phone C3 Delivery v " FOR SALE—Easy terms, small sub- i^ burbian Grocery, doing good business . * Apply 288 East. 6th St., after 4 p. m. 23-6tc. ". Don't forget that we manufacture " the highest grade dairy feed for your -'milk cows. Southern Grain. 27-3tc 1 FOR .SALE—Black walnut and walnut timber. Apply L. E. Salisberry, ' Washington, Ark., Rt. 1. 30-3tp Wanted F We are in the market for 2000 bush- 'els of Heavy Corn. Southern Grain. , ..:.':," :" ! . ' - x 27-3tc . Witt-pay the highest market prices •for,pecans. Southern Grain. 27-3tc -5V v ""HIGHEST -PRICES PAID "' - for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. . P; A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. atMIEast 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. " > PHONE 40 18-tfc Lost 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 Watkiiw. 27-3tc COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community for thirty years has been duly Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LOANS. Immediately upon receipt from you at this office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class the cotton and have check available immediately. Information- will be- gladly furnished /upon request. PHONE aio GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 2f59 Tennis Champion HORIZONTAL 1 Sehorita , new champion in American tennis, 10 Verbal. 11 Male cat. 12 Small insect. 13 Larva. 15 Thing. 16 Ridiculed. 18 Like. 19 Small tablet. 20 South America. ; 21 Plaything. 22 To perform. 24 Geographical drawing. 28 Series of Answer to Previous Puzzle 45 Inborn. ' ~ 48 To woo. 49 To revere. 51 Acted as model. epochal events 52 Organ of 29 Mister. 30 Sound of pleasure. 3J Reck less. 32 To immerse, 34 Stir. 36 Heart. -3? Above. •;.. 39 Towboat. •41 In' what way. '43 falsehood. hearing. 53 Torpid. ' < 55 To soak flax. 56 To ascend. 58 She is the only —— champion in 22 years. 59 She won women's national • crown. 17 Stream obstruction. 19 To assert as a fact. 21 Bush. 22 Constellation, 23 Also. 25 In a row, 26 Nominal value. 27 Her native land. 33 Play on word) 35 To duck. 36 Mountain VERTICAL pass. 2 Day in Roman 38 Instrument, month. 40 Aperture, 3 Part of eye. 41 Possessed. 4 To make lace. 42 Wallet, 5 Morindin dye. 44 Pitcher, G Passage. 7 Imaginary belt in the sky. 8 Amidst. 9 Preposition. 12 She is a player. the 13 Scarlet. 14 Bronze. —- 16 Twenty-four hours. 46 Lacerated. 47 Soaks flax. 48 To depart by boat. 50 Before. 52 Unit of work 53 Provided. 54 Musical note in scale. 56 Form o! "a." 5T Electrical unit. !!€» STM, HOfE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Nbvembei 4 OUR BOARDING HOUSE or Hoopla OUT OUR WAt By WILLIAMS , TH BLTTEfil I&COLD - BUT WHY GfeT OUT A BOWL AW WHEW VOU'RE. OfslkV OOWWA EAT BRfeAD AW A\V \S> OKAY TH' THAT I PULL- UP TO AAV A ALLTH' HEAT CUT AMP 3UST MM-M IP VOU TWO HOTHOUSE 6UTTEI& IN, WHEN A BLANKET SNOW LAST NI<SHT MY I. WAS OF PKOSt- WHV POKl'T VOU IW A YVH6N LJF» SWEAT i M cs AND WOKE COME THf^OUC3W / THEM WITH A WET T. M. RtC. U. S. PUT. OFF. COPK. I9J7 QV NE« SERVICE, INC. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Skeptic By MARTIN OK.'. VOU 60 6O MOCV-N TOOPiV , W'USTEW \KJ NiEtOV.tVOOQ.Vi CQPR. 1937 gy NgA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF ALLEY OOP Taming a Tough Guy By HAMLIN POOR WQMEN'D HAVE A MAKD~nMC AWFUL NICE TRNPAF1NE GENTLEMAN W, THA'S OKAY, QU£EM &LADT( MAN UKE VOU! TOUGH TUKNEP MEANWHILE, WITHIN THE -~-l| PALACE- 19JV UY NEA SERVICE, INC WASH TUBES Balancing the Books By CRANE HEV! WOTTID ) BIG CHIEF KVM006A KEEPUW I-I CANT MOVE MV LEGS. HELP ME, VOU GUYS, I—I'M OH STUMMtC HEAP SUR£f BIG CHIEF 5TICKUM POISON THORN IN HIM FIMGEE. PRETTV SOON HIM DIE. BUT HE'S SICK! PROMISE.' STAV WITH MAN TILL HIM DIE? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Something in the Wind By BLOSSE TOMORROW MIGHT THEY'RE GOMWA WOWOR YOU AT THE AWHUAL. FOOTBALL BAWQUET, TRECK ! THEY'RE GOKIWA GIVE YOU A CUP OF SOMETHING- J IT'S WOT MY AMKLE ! I JUST DOM'T FEEL. LIKE GOIKJG.' BESIDES^ I HAVE OTHER PLAWS? WOT (3OIKK3 "? WHATSA MATTER J IS YOUR ANKLE: iwTHAT BAD SHAPE ES GOT SOMETHING IW HIS BONNET.' IMAGINE A GUY MOT WANTING TO RECEIVE A CUP " WHY SHOULD HE ! EVERY CUP THEY EVER GAVE HIM WAS- SECOND-HAND, AND ONCE BELONGED TO A GUY WAMEP STBRLIMQ ." wor GOIWG j WUTTY MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE A Reprieve By THOMPSON AND COLL THAT MO^AE^JT, DR.WAT KINS EM7EIZS-THE PIMING HALL. 6IVE HIM AMOTHEI? CHANJCE....I'M SURE WILLIE WOULD LIKE ME TO READ A MICE STORV- TTEACTED 2H THE BLOOD - I'LL HAVE TO SCREAMS OF WILLIE STE.EK) HE LEAPS DM JACK. SEVERAL O7HES-

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