Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1937 · Page 4
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l^feOB , MOPE, ARKANSAS M«« You TfeU, the Quicker You Sell" RATES tfan*"2c word, minimum 30c flute time*— 3VW word, tain. SOc Six tlmw-Sc word, mlalmuta 90c One month (26 times)— 18c word, minimum $2J9 jlttt* ere for continuous Insex* ftotttonly. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Seat," "For Sale," etc.-thls Is fate, But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts aa a full word. For example: . FOB HE^JT— Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garage, dote in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2c word, 3tc tot one time; at Sttc word, 53e for three times, etc. . NOTE: All -rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon j»resentitinn at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience H. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 5-4-tf fdtfff't Antwori to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page One 1. The governmental ngencies are: PW A—Public Works Ad- TVA—Tennessee Volley Authority. RA—Resettlement Administration. HOLC—Hoine Owners Loan Corporation. FDIC—Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. REA—Rural Electrification Administration. FERA—Federal Emergency Relief Administration. 2. Mayor Anton J. Cermak of Chicago was fatally wounded when Joseph Zangnrn tried to assassinate President-elect Roosevelt nt Maimi, Fla., Feb. 15, 1933. 3. Four types of poisonous snakes are found in United States: rattlesnakes, copperheads, water moccasins and coral snakes. 4. The U. S. nautical mile is 6080.2 feel long or 1.152 statuie miles. 5. Lady Jane Grey was proclaimed queen of England, sue- - ceeding fcdward VI on July 10, 1553; on July 19 the Council of •Uate proclaimed Mary I queen. Lady Jane Grey was beheaded. EVERYTHING — Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you teat it 54.50 to 59.50. Come and see Hempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call 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 Confederate Pensions to Be Paid by Dec. 20 , LITTLE ROCK—(.I 5 )—Increased collections from final tax settlements by county collectors recently will make possible payment of pension checks to Confederate veterans and their widows during the week of December 20, members of the state Confederate pension board reported Tuesday. The payment will be the fourth made by the staie this year. Classifications as to age and length of service will determine the amount of the warrants^ ranging from 53.50 to S25, BOARDING HOUSE £AY, /AAaoft, Mtt. BLANTON" ^%%T igzn CAPERED M6 A tTOS AS JIPs SANTA CLAUS I20WN jwith . > . Major HggpleOUT OUR WAY Fri day,. December O, 19 TOR A BROKEN T SUSTAINED W . — . - —, „ . t^'s^jrl if""iti TVCx^^ L_ t-^S>' ^jr^i *ji—i/v\p^" J-^s'-X' STORED AMD ASKED ME ]'M RECORD IM SWITZERLAND lH TC? COLLAR ANOTHER, ^\ t WOULD C3LADLY Po |T /^ ^- A t i-r-A "T/ *— T A k I i->» JK.. ..,* x:<-' '/__,._ ^ . * 7IT~"' J " AT HIS x^>\ I ~'-^t' fc % AN C^h^O'Ki CS (NJ A\h-St^M^"THAT* ;.^ T SUdTAlWED WHIL6 ;<W " THe WORLDS SKI dUMP y%\ SANTA T'STAND OUT IK) FRONT TO CLANcS A <3ON<S/MOW ABOUT YOU AND* ME- RlOlM^ TANDEM CM THAT JOB, e r £H/MD A CAMOUFLAGE OP- KUF AND WHISKERS? BUT 1 AM UNABLE TO STAND, L<DN<3 AT A TIME,, IN ONE PLACED—UM-M- {(T.TWa SAMTA WANTED )N ONE STORE/ L$/> " ',-W/ Mb MV WORD/ THAT <3IVES AN r&te V^f-5»v -f^Tv / -v r t ^{k HAW/ WJ-4AT SAY YOU TO A%|- LAUNCHIN<3 A Yty ^( BUSINESS VENTURE" WITH MS, •STAWDFORD? For Sale : 'FOR SALE—414 West Ave. G. $600 with $100 cash and balance at S8.01 a month. 321 North Hamilton. SS50 with 5100 cash and S9.10 a month. 121 S. Pulton (negro) J600 with S100 cash and balance 58.01 a month. R. O. Bride- yell, Agt 8-3tp : FOR SALE—Christmas trees, Washington Fir, Assorted sizes. MO NTS | SEED STORE. ' 9-6tc LOST—Black and white bulldog, missing about 10 clays. Name Smokey. Mrs. Frank Hutchens, Phone 79. 9-3te Notice NOTICE—Public Sale, postponed to Monday, December 13, 1937. Estate of W. G. Powell. Silas Sanford, auctioneer. 8-otp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID •";'. ' for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. • : al)4 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, Ark. 8-3tp "WANTED—100 bushels of good ear corn. J. V. Moore at Moore's Meat Market. 10-3tc. For Rent FOR RENT—Furnished apartment a'nd sleeping room adjoining bath, continuous hot water. Ill West 3rd st. opposite Fire Station on 67 highway. 9.3tp FOR RENT—5 room house. Will repair to suit tenant. -109 E. Second St. Write or see D. M. Citty. Ozan. 10-3tp Lost . LOST—Pair of spectacles, downtown Saturday night Reward for return to Cox Drug Co. 6-6tc TAKEN UP—Gray horse mule, brown horse mule, both 10-12 years, farm 3',-i miles east Hope. Roy Mullins. 8-3tp LOANS Money to Loan on New Buildings, Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Sav- ' STAND FOR HOURS OKI A STREET ^4 •-/ ,VC £DL I2.CYL. TRACTOF U \\ \ \. THSKA jT\fe(2.L. IS TOO TIGHT, ICK. AM WISH SOMEBODY WOULD INVENT A SADPLE LIKE PAT. ;"•'''"-• ••• f;.>^. \v\^-. ' .^A'-^ v r^?-^- < ^ -0; BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES CO^R 1«!J 0* NCA SERVICE. INC. \_T M PEfc. U S PAT Off LA12GE HOLDINGS FROM THE ^.T ST DIDM'T ings & Loan Association. 10-26tc 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 ALLEY OOP }\SZ, EX-KING OP MOO, HAS RESIGNED MIMSELF TO QUEEN UMPA'S RDVALSU' ;EMACY XOO 0\<bC.ttfS<a.<3B.O QOOCE «>0 •«. VS'ON\.V, . t<Rvi\Ki& YOU SO V.ON& ,v\'\T VJOOV.O B£ QOtt TO X-tftvye YOO W^ H'l. ^VR •" H'l OOVi'T By MARTIN Foozy Takes a Stroll 6AO v.oa' COPR. 1M7 BY HEA SERVICE, INC., T. M. Rtc O.'s. ."»t. p-« Orville W. Erringer State Manager Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp. Denver, Colorado. Bird of Prey HORIZONTAL ' \ Pictured bird of prey. 1 5 It belongs to the genus 'JO Money changing. i 111 Bow of a boat. *J2 Small flap. ,14 Mother. 116 To be indebted. '17 Island. J9 Silly. 21 Half an em. •22 Neuter . ' pronoun. 23 Hastened. 24 Sun god. ,26 Measure o! area. 27 Hair ornament 29 Hawaiian bird 31 To scold. 34 Merchant. 37 Quantity. 38 Being. ,40 Sound of disgust. 41 Silworan. 42 Electrical unit 43 To slumber. Answer to Previous Puzzle TIH. OlMIAlSIMlAlS IA i R • Y' K 44 Instrument. 46 Musical note. 47 You and I. 48 Work measure 50 Pronoun, 52 Helps. 54 Epoch. 55 Type of this bird. 57 Invests with ministerial functions. 59 Bureau. 62 This bird has of vision. 63 To feel displeasure. VERTICAL 1 To d.ine. 2 Once more. 3 Hooked, projections on salmon. 4 Behold. 5 Esteem. 6 Above. 7 To press. 8 To let down. 9 Reverence. 13 House cat, 15 Data. 18 Itnhan coin. 20 Small wild o.x. 21 This bird is the of the U. S. A. 25 It nests in (pl.) 26 Work of skill. 27 Rapt. 28 Like. .?0 Poem. 32 Aurora. 33 Golf device. ' 35 To soak fln.x. 36 To make a mistake. 39 Urgency. 40 Fern leaf. 43 Fortified work 45.To accumulate 47 Broad. 49 To depart. 51 Otherwise. 52 Form of "be." 53 Misdemeanor. 55 Honey gatherer. 56 Lair. 57AJ1 right. 58 Northeast. 60 Railroad. 61 Right. OH VvELL, WKV ^% SHOULD t KICK? \5 I AINT GOT NUTHINJ'j T' WORRY ABOUT./; ..MUCH.y-^'^ ANJD ALL-MOD QUIETLY RESUMES ITS PEACEFUL ROUTINE. ALL M.£\\Oi?.l=-; OF THE RECENT POLITICAL STRIFE ARE PAP'. '^AV/ r-^^ ^^HE LOOKS OKM SAY, FOOZV-S. BUT SHE'LL PLAY HOB WHAT D'YATMIMKA\ PEHVERIN' TH' OOOLA AS MOO'S I IN THAT TH WI2.ER? WASH TUBES OH, WELL-' NUTHIN' WOTTA LIFE'S MLJCH OP-WHICH TO SAV, WHERE V TALK ' 50 T ' M OJ:F T ' VOU GOW'2A^ A VE MB»A LITTLE ' '''^ WALK. By HAMLIN tfpHEN THE u SHIP CALLS AT TRINIDAD An Old Pal VICE. INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF ?OR THREE DAYS THE ROMANCE BETWEEN JSNOOTY MISfi ZMITW AND EASY RLOSSOMS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By CRANE GOOD OLD BARNEY f OoTTA'CCWPLA HA! SO THIS 15 Mlb IDEA OF A DATE Hearts A-FIutter TOWI PEYTOK) IS SWELL, BUT N- 1 ' ; '-"-'^Ei! V/E'VE SORT OF DRIFTED APART.' )- : - \] ' AFTER ALL, SHE'S PRETTY SUCCESSFUL ,AWD I'M JUST AWOTMER GUY, I GUESS ! DO YOU HAVE TO TALK ABOUT GEE, JUME, I DIDW'T THINK YOU'D M/WD ! I MAD AM IDEA YOU JUST SORTA TOOk ME IM STRIDE .' ;/(••; >.'*' i ,*';>, •••;** JA «»» ^ff"'' r ^>--fl-A--'--^ f S t » WELL...I DO ....BUT IF YOU'RE GOIWG TO PIM ME DOWKI, I'M AFRAID I'LL HAVE O COMFESS V ^^\ ~> THEY'RE: AWFULLY/I / By BLOSSER MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE ^v Two Oqt X.' WILLIE HAD THIS WINDOW\ /AMD JACK.'ALL FPJAME FIXED SO HE COULD / ' THM MONEY HE HAD D\/C IT /— i ^— V iiiir-urn -ri ic; REMOVE IT AKJV TIME VjJNJPER. THE ^r-i /-AATTRESS V) V 15 GOME, TOO.' SAV/ HE CAKl'T BE FAR, OFF - I'LL SEMD IW ANJ EMERGEKJCV CALL -VOL) WAIT HERE, MVRA- BUT WHAT ABOUT THAT \/THAT'S RIGHT/THERE"' ^.^ WE HEARD F ROM Jl MUST HAVE 6EEW 50M&OME E^SE W THE f^XW By THOMPSON AND COLL MISS WORTH .'MP. 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