Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1937 · Page 4
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Sf AB, Saturday, December 4,1931 «p. a»*o« t:.^\?' v. 1 - You fell, th<5 QuickC* Yott SdT . 8AT6S tttifr-fc wt>fd, minimum J*e word, mitt, file um Ite dtewgard *ueh M "I'M Htfi," *fte Sale," etc^-thls la fuse. »H.e«h Initial «r name, or com, r , number, founts _ MO WortL fot eiampte: -;--•" I'Ci HBNT-rThre«-rooni modern &Mshed apartttient, with (ttraft la. toetfila. J. V. MlanJt, Total, U words, at Zc word, 3*e ,, doe time; at JKc word, S3e lot > tirM times; etc. : NOTE: All ^cden placed by ''tttophone an due and payable upon tlon ot bill. PHONE 768 Services Of fered ^'fef tttimbbg, Contracting, Repairing N: Thirty years experience ar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf EVERYTHING - Old Beds, Beds. For Christmas can you it;?4.50 to $9.50. Come and see Hempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth -Call Paul Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-26tc COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 'r :208 South Elm, Phone 383 ;/ Radio's, Batteries, Tubes ;.'• fepair. work guaranteed, '• : - be ready for Christmas. -.,' . 29-26tp For Sale FOR SALE—Christmas trees, Oregon Cedars, all sizes, phone 78 or 876. See Jimmy Denis or Hank Sommerville. M.:. I;.'.' . '• 1-61-C. Aniwf r» »• CRANIUM CtACKIM Questions on Page One 1. The plural of teaspoonful is tenspoonfuls. 2. In early times when warriors met on friendly terms the right hand Was extended to show that it contained no weapons. From this custom the handclasp of friendship was developed. 3. Gasoline trucks drag a chain to ground static electricity that may be generated in the truck from loading or movement of the fuel. 4. Charles Evans Hughes is chief justice of the United States. Associate justices include James Clark McReynolds, Louis Dembitz Brandeis, George Sutherland, Pierce Butler, Harlan F. Stone, Owen J, Roberts, Benjamin N. Cardozo, and Hugo L. Black. 5. Mistletoe is the official state flower of Oklahoma. WARNING ORDER, In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Myrtle Parrish _ Plaintiff vs. George Parrish - Defendant The defendant, George Parrish, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 20th day of November, 1937. (Seal) RALPH BAILEY, Clerk. Nov. 20-27, Dec. 4-11. Pimllco Spends $800,000 BALTIMORE-At least $80,000 was spent on improving the Pimllco race track this fall. Wanted i ' : JUGHEST PRICES PAID : • '£&.;•. •' • for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. 1 J4 .P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. : ; il';al)4 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. ;: ; ;IS' :> " PHONE 40 18-tfc ; J' WANTED—New or renewal of sub- r scriptlons to any magazine published •iii-the United States. See Charles fteynerson at City Hall. , l-6tc • /ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR US; "GOOD PAY. Experience unnec- es&ry. Wonderful opportunity. Everything Supplied. Nationwide Distributors, 401 Broadway, N. Y. 4-tp For Rent .FOR RENT—Good country home, with pasture, water in pasture and house. See W. O. Reece at Market on Front Street, Hope, Ark. l-6tp FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment next door to soil erosion office. :A. C. Erwin. 3-3tp SALE—Sewing machine in good condition. Phone 67. 3-3tc 'vFOR RENT—Two unfurnished apartments. North Main, ISvo blocks north ' See J. L. Cook, 607 N. Main. . 4-3tp |A species of spider, native^to Burma is phosphorescent and "turns on its Aight" when frightened. GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical PHONE 259 Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are 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 Company PHONE 245 - 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. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 —. jj .National Banner . ' HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle .•Pictured is the ; flag of - . . 7 This country . t is under i and French . protectorates. 13 Verbal. 14 Pertaining to tides, W Unoccupied, 17 To secure, WTo hew, 20 To cleanse, 31 Corpse, 23 Dutch measure, 25 Visions. 20 Alleged force, 2.8 To administer, 33 To rent again, 34 Not aware, 36 Mother 37 Fairy. 99 Golf device. 40 Toothed tool. « High mountain. >44 Mineral spring 47Morindin dye. 48 Those that degrade. 51 Measure of area. 52 Fastidious. 54 Believed. 55 The head. 57 Finished, 50 Cravat. 60 Certain. 61 Capital of this country, majority of its people are -—-, VERTICAL 1 Fashion. 2 Either. 3 Tatter. 4 Olive shrub. 5 Court. 6 Lubricant. 7 Tree fluid. 8 Plural. 9 Egyptian river JO Thought. UTo bang. i? Female fowls. 15 Pertaining to a dower. 18 Beret. 20 Credit. 22 Early. 24 Wedlock. 25 Particularized 2# To arrange cloth, 29 Born. 30 Jewel. SISidi Mohammed Is this country's 32 Female sheep. 35 Bottom of 9 puJley. 39 To ignore. 41 Rage. 42 To revoke. 43 Pair 45 Thin plata. 46 Form of "be. r 48 Lair. 49 A continent. 50 Potato. 53 Cousin. 56 Constellation, 58 Type standar< 60 Southeast. MOUSE wiit Major Hoople L>,^----,. ,r-,.x*-i-., . -- - • .;i.J4iia OUT OUR WAY OH, BEAT it, YOU **-ANJt> STOP' MA fMAT DOCK/ 1 HAVJEWT seen IM ;TMIS " Te - is to casr Goose 1 PULLTH' COI^K OUT OP THIS WATER OU<3 YOU'LL MAVe TIME TO <5O TEM Piouwos WITH 3oe 1 OUIS AMD SHOW YOURSELF NOW YOU LAID c dOMM L. ©ULLIVANJ LIK£ <^ A cotfwet* STOWE 6(3At5, I'LL 1NK/EWT A COLt> wATets, jsPRiMXtU^p; THAT WILL. TUWO OK! AUTOMATICALLY APTEP TEW MIWUTES AWD SOUSE THE Ocr^UPAMT WHO HAS WALLOW)Kk3 IM THE ~. HAW/ BY RUWWIHO WATBA THROUcSH THE |CE 80^ 1 tTOLlLD EVE-M SPRAY HIM WITH HAIL./ BY OoVEt, I'LL APPLY MY GENIUS TO ,y THE? PROBLEM ^ Aj ^'oo y Hard to Believe UB-A-DUB-DUB, TWO MEM ANU ATUB= - ' COPR. 1i17BYNEA3SBVICE. INC. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WAS W\PEP f^WHATCHA DOIM 1 VOUR THROME? UP THERE ON \JUST THRONE? 1TMINK WHAT'S THIS BLAH 'BOUT '•SOU BEING R-Q6NINI6. MONARCH OF MOO?? WHAT'S OPF AROUND OH? SO U'£ AGAIN WASH TUBES GEE! WOTTA BOM BONf NOBODY CAMS AN 1 X CAM'T EVEN GET SHE'S THE STUCK-UPEST FIRST PASE PAME r EVER SAW, SHE WOM'T PAMCE, OR EYEN TALK TO A GUY.' •m / —'w<* A RAT/ WOULDN'T wipe IT WAITED PER. TH' BULL TO COMG BY, POLECAT' He? LEFT THAT OSJ THEtee SO TH f BOSS COULD IT. By WILLIAMS IP VOU'D WAITED \ TILL TH 1 BOSS HAD x (SOME BY/ TO HIT MIM WITH THAT TOMATO / HE'D OF MAD TO LEAVS IT ON MAYBE TILL TOMdRKOW, AND HAVE BEEN A RAT, I.COf«. 19JTBYNCA SCRVtOC. tNC, t, M, REG, U, S. PAT, Off. TWE SQUA.WKES. JBylvlARTIN Just the Man in the Street Easy Misses No Bets OPR. 1937 BY NE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG By HAMLIN WWO DO I THINK! AM?? WHY/VOU-VOU—BY HEGK I'M KING 6UZ2LEJHAT WHO I AM _ AMP FURTHERMORE GUARDS? SHOW PRIVATE CITIZEN J22LE OUT/ ROYAL PAV.ACE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS That's Telling Them, Freck ' A PINK COOKIE SHE 1 HO HO! WOTEVER. >UTH' IDEA THAT VOU'RE SUCH By CRANE NOTHING! IT JUST HAPPENS, AAY DUMPY COMPANION,THAT I'VE FOUND THE YOUN6 LADV'S EVENING BAG. By BLOSSER wows OF NTT BUSINESS, REA14.Y, WHAT \ >ft»U DO ABOUT FIPIWQ 1 J OR WIRIWQ A COACH.... \ BUT I'D LIKE YOU J TO HEAR MV STORV f IVE ALWAYS BETEW LED IP BELIEVE THAT WIM- NIWQ RXJTBALL GAMES >6W Y AS IMPORTAWT AS PLAYIWG THE QAME PAIRLY ! ot* ISWT THAT TWE RULE HERE AT J r THEN ISN'T IT YOUR COACH' 1 ? JOB TO SEE, FIRST, THAT HI© BOYS ARE GIVEN THE RIGHT SLANT ON THINGS, TO FIT ^ __ THEM FOR THE GAME OF T~~" UFE"? YES...OUR FOOTBALL COACM SHAPES THE LIVES OF MANY OF HIS YOUWC3 THEN FOR PETES SAKE, WHY ARE YOU MEW SITTING AROUND TPYING TO FIGURE WAYS OP BREAKING SWELL MOLD ? MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE ARushCall YOU SEE, J<i£K- WHILE I R.EAOIWG, TO WILLIE, HE WAS -SUBCONSCIOUSLY SCRIBBLING OM THAT SWEET OF PARES AWO "JHOSE "POODLES" AS VOU CALL THEM, REVEAL SOME MENTAL TWISTS-' WHY, THIS SHOWS THAT WILLIE HASN'T LOST A BIT OF THAT ENGRAVING SKILL WHICH MADE. HIM THE. MOST FEACED COUNTERFEITER, IN THE COUNTE.V' / ANP REMEWBEE, HE MADE THOSE "SCRIBBLES" WHILE 1 WAS READING ABOUT KIMG MIDAS AND By THOMPSON AND COLL MISS NORTH <QUICKLY/ WILLIE'S aHOLTTlMG FOG. SALLY" MUST /WEAK)

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