Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 9, 1937
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PAGE HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, December n, 1937 . "fhe More You Tell, th« Quicker You Sell" RATES (hM ttow—2c wprd, minimum Me Three times—3%c word, mln. 50c Sis ttow—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word. minimum $2.71 &U69 are for continuous Inser- ttons only. la making word count, disregard da&lflcation name such as "For Sent," "For Sale," etc.—this Is tree. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as A lull word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage* dose in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3*c tot one time; at 3Vic word, 53c for three times, etc, NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon gresenlatlnn oX bill. PHONE 768 " Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Today'! Aniwor* to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. The Arabic numerals and corresponding Roman figures are: I.-50. XC-90, DC-600. and M-1000. 2. A cord of wood contains 128 cubic feet. The standard size of a cord is a pile S feet long. 4 feet wide ;mrl 4 feet high. 3. John was the only one of the Apostles who is believed to have escaped martyrdon. 4. Gen. Malin Craig is chief-of- staff of the U. S. Army. 5. The U. & Military Academy is at West Point, N. Y.; the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Md. Candidates for West Point are eligible for the day they are 17 years old until they reach 22. Candidates are eligible for admission to Annapolis if they are more than 16 years old and not more than 20 years old on April of the Calendar year of their admittance. Lost LOST—Pair of spectacles, downtown Saturday night. Reward for return to Cox Drug Co. G-6tc LOST—Man's Ruby Ring—yellow 1 Sold—possibly lost in or around mail aoxes on Hope Route 1. $5.00 Reward. Fred W. Petre. 7-3tp. HOLD EVERYTHING - Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it $4.50 to ?9.50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St.fCall Paul Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-26tc COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-26tp For Sale FOR SALE—414 West Ave. G, S600 with $100 cash and balance at &.01 a month. 321 North Hamilton. S850 with $100- cash and §9.10 a month. 121 S. Fulton (negro) J600 with S100 cash and balance 58.01 a month. R. O. Bridewell, Agt. 8-3tp LOST—Black and white bulldog, Hissing about 10 clays. Name Smokey. Mrs. Frank Hutchens, Phone 79. 9-3tc Notice NOTICE—Public Sale, postponed to Monday, December 13, 1937. Estate of W. G. Powell. Silas Sanford. auctioneer. 8-3tp TAKEN UP—Gray horse mule, brown horse mule, both 10-12 years, farm 3V- miles east Hope. Roy Mullins. 8-3tp Salesman Wanted FOR SALE—Christmas trees, Washington Fir, Assarted sizes. MONTS SEED STORE. 9-6tc NOTICE—SALESMAN WANTED I am in the Retail Coffee business. I want a large number industrious men for house-to-house soliciting. Calling on permanently located white families. Men who succeed must be neat, honest, intelligent and willing to follow instructiins. Married men 25 I to 3n who meet our requiremtnts may, become route managers. See Mr. Taylor Gurcion Hotel Wednesday night, Hotel Britt. Prsscott. Thursday night, Capital Hotel. Hope Friday night, after G p. fn. 8-2tc Wanted , HIGHEST PRICES PAID for • PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. .- P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. atH East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc WANTED—Pay 8 to 10 cents for rabbits. Cut off head, remove intestines, leave hide on. Located back of Garrett Hotel. Sam Terry, Hope, Arlc. 8-3tp For, Rent FOR RENT—5 room house. Will repair, to suit tenant. 409 E Second st. Write or see D. M. Citty, Ozan. 7-3tp FOR RENT—Rooms or apartments, funiished or unfurnished. Private bath. Close in. 413 S. Main. 7-3tp FOR RENT—Furnished apartment and sleeping room adjoining bath, continuous hot water. Ill West 3rd st. opposite Fire Station on 67 highway. 9.3tp Deep down in the psychological make-up of the average woman is a sense of insecurity.—Dr. Joseph T. Casey, psychologist. MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route of 800 families. Write Rawleigh's. Dept. AKK-118-SAC. Memphis, Tenn., or see John R. Cash Bingen, Ark. COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community tor thirty years has been duly Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LOANS. Immediately upon receipt from you at tills 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 Orville W. Erringer State Manager Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp. Denver, Colorado. Czechoslovakia!! Leader HORIZONTAL I Liberator of Czechoslovakia 12 To stream. 13 Grief.' 14 foreigners. 16 To decay, 17 Wager. 18 Gigantic. 19 Half an em. 20 Vulgar fellow. 21 Foolish birds. 22 Credit, 23 Pale. 2$ Rind of snow Shoe, 26 Portrait statue 28 Company. 29 Stalk. 30 To put on. 31 Blemish, n Model. .?3 And. 34 Pinch. 35 gones. 3QMade of • oatmeal. 37 YOU and me. ! 38 Fastened with tacks. 40 Valuable property. Answer le Previous Puzzle EiLiA! I INiEJJLiA NJCIEIL. 44 Plural pronoun. 45 Sand. 4G Gaiters. 47 Father. 48 Observed. 49 To hoist. 50 Boys. 52 He was once professor at the University o£ . 53 He helped establish the of Czechoslovakia VERTICAL 1 Indian mahogany. 2 Cabin. 3 Either. 4 Inspired reverence. 5 Drunkard. C Myself. 7 Uttered. 8 Singing voice. 9 Inlets. 10 Japanese coin. 11 Breeches. 12 He was of his country 17 years. 15 General fight. 17 Curse. 18 Toward. 20 Food container, 23 Was victorious 24 Imbecile. 25 Opposed to le" 27 Folding bed. 28 Felt concera. 29 Nose. 31 Vocal composition. 34 Manufacturing 36 Tubular sheath. 39 Dyeing apparatus. 40 Armadillo. 41 To rescue. 42 Pace. 43 Electrical unit 44 River. 46 Southeast. 47 Chum. 48 Spain. 49 Male- pronO'J. 50 Pound. 51 South Carolina. HAW/ SHE THINKS 1 WAS AT BENTLBVS LAST NIGHT/ OUT OUR WAY ^ H EE-C3AD/ VYCMAKI, CAN'T YOU TIDY UP THIS CHAMBER WITH LESS ~THUDDINJ<3 AMD BAMGIWS ? MY HEAD> ACHES LIKE A SORE IT MUST OM THE P5UW, WO DOUBT/ THE BRAWL WASOM WENT CLANJc3(W<3 BY AT THREE A.AA. AND THE PAPER "TELLS OP A RAID OM A "PieREPUTABLE CLUE, LAST ,., NIcSHT/ THEY BAC56ED PiPTEEN fe OWLS, BUT THE OTHERS FLEW AWAY—- WHEN YOU STAY WITH A SICK YOU SHOULD INCLUDE RUN- MI.UQ SHOES AS EQUIPMENT^-" NOW, BAIL OUT/ THE WALKS MEED CLEANING / A FTTH A. WINGS AMOS AGAIN — BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By WILLIAMS NOW YOU'LL. HAVE TO GO WITHOUT A FOOT WARMES* VOU KICKED IT OVER? YOU HAD IT TURNED UP Yoo HIGH IT BURNT ME, AND I JUMPED/ CCP» "J7 B» Nli StnviCC. IMC v T M BCC. U S P*T. OFF THIRTY YEARS TOO SOON POOR U ^ ALLEY OOP What Bill Needed 60tVY, SOORt A ! EMtR- WHfxT OOM'T Act MUCH WHO HA":> S' CTi7wiu.iAM.5s By MARTIN' THERE iw MY j VO\TV\ ft TOOTH ; .H : x OOWT j 0 HOW \T i COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. OOM'T "BUT"ME,VOU BUG-EVEO RUMMIES: WHATSTH' IDEA,VOLJ MAKIM' MY GUZ2.IE GET HIS r' OWM BREAKPA 'E GOTTA GC A BREAK-ASJ' \ I'M 'GONNA MAKE/ OH, OH .'HERE COMES DM PA.' I'M DUCKIU'OUTA SIGHT/ TELL 'ER. VOU V- V. AlKiT SEEM ME TODAV.' 5E-.'THI5lS Guz Makes a Quick Change 60VOBOV//11L MAKE HER SORI2.V POR.TREATIM' ME TH'WAV —<> r . By HAMLIN WASH TUBES OH,SO HERE YOU / YE5,UMPA,M'DEAR,1 KWOW- VwElTALLRiGHT\ DAGGONE." WHY DO 1 ADP. MVP PkPPkl ( RUT U/CI I _U/~>M'OI=. TU' A WtLL.,ALU KIUHI, \\ rr ^ A1 ,, g^y THIMGS ARE. .'1VE BEEM BUT,WELL-YOU'RE TH LOOKIM'FO£YOU- RULER - LIKE THAT?*// HEY UMPA, LAST MIGHT? DOKJTCHAl I'LL GO MY WAY KWOW TH' PALACE 15 J\ ALONE// VOUCi AM'GOOD . LUCK./ / COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. There's Romance in the Air SAY, FELLOW, YOU'dE GOOD/ WHERE'D you'LEfARN TO TAN( F ANAZUELAN HOSPITAL,^) '"lINfr A REVOLUT/ON. 5EE, AND ID BEEN PLU&GfD THRU THP FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THERE WAS A LITTLE RED-HEADED ' MURSF, NAMED TRIXIE,WHO TR1XIE. I WANTAl HEAR ABOUT YOU/ YOU HAVE MO IDE/\ HOW THRILLED i AN\, MEETING A SOLDER OF FORTUNE/ By CRANE I MEAN IT. RILLY I DO! AND WElLDAtvCE TOGETHER EVERY EVENING,. WON'T WE, HONE/? Almiration Committee _GEE,Me.WAVMAW,I ^W /, | T WAS JUCT , DOWT KWOW HOW TO THAWK \f SMALL. ' YOU FOR THAT WOUDERFUL CUP YOU GAVE ME .' TN By BLOSSER I OWE YOU A GREAT DEAL! APTCft ALL,IF IT HADW'T BEEM FOR I'O BE LOOK- IWS FOB A HEW JOB f WHO PUT ^^r'AWI<LE• SHAPE FOR THE FOOTBALL GAME ,' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE YOU'LL HAVE. TO WAIT UMTIL. FRECKLES AMD T FIKIIS-H TELLIWC3 EACH OTHER HCVV MUCH WE THIWK OF US f? An Empty Room 15ADDY, I BELIEVE FRECKLES CAME HERE TO SEE ME ! By THOMPSON AND COLL £S JACK THROWS HIS WEIGHT AGAINST THE POOR. .OF WILLIE STEEM'S ROOM, A SHOT P-IWGS OUT FEOM SCREAMS AWD peDEi?.LIES HURfiV TO THE SCI- ME 00 JACK.! AEE \ ( NO- THE SHOT ' YOU HUI2T? )( PIPWT COME \ THIZU THE WHAT'S UP?OPESJ THE POOR-WONE OF THEM HAWE ^ / 5U1 IT'S BARCICADEP, AMY LOCKS/ ) ( SOMEBODY 6ET B M AMOTHEE. MOMENT THE PO IS SPLIMTERED, BUT WITHIN) WILLIE STEEK1'£ fcOOM ALL 1$ SILEMCE ,

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