Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1937 · Page 4
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f»A6E FOttt HOPE STAB, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, DecembGi'.l3,J03j IED "Ehe Mote You fell, the Quicker You Sell" JtAfES One time—2c word, minimum 36c TtuM*;tlmes—3Wc word, mln. SOc Sflt Hffles—6c word, minlmufli 90c month (2S Hmes)—18c word, minimum $2.74 ate) tot eontluuoua Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Kent," "for Sale,'* etc.—this Is tee. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with earago, close in. Bargain, J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2c word, Me to one time; at 3iic word, S3e lot three times, etc. NOTE: All .rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bilL PHONE 768 Male Help Wanted MAN for Coffee Route. Up to S45 first week. Automobile given us bonus. Write Albert Mills, 1267 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. 13-ltp Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING - Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it 54.50 to §9.50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Calr Paul Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-26tc Today't Anfweri to CRANIUM CftACKIft* Questions on Pngc One 1. The Underground Railway was a system in use during the Civil war period to assist runaway slaves to escape. It consisted of a chain of hideouts, usually private homes, extending through free states in which the fugitives were hidden. 2. John Bunny was one of the first actors to achieve national fame in motion pictures. 3. A senator may be a candidate for President without resignng from the Senate. 4. In England all radio owners are required to pay a license. 5. Aristides won the first Kentucky Derby in May, 1875. War Admiral won the 1937 Derby, GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-26tp WILL SAW pine or cypress shingles, 51.25 per square or on halves. W. A. Austin, Centerville. "** 13-3tp Wanted HIGHEST EDUCES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRO.N. 1SIETALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. M East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc WANTED—100. bushels of good ear corn. J. V. Moore at Moore's Meat Market I0-3tc. For Rent FOR RENT—Close in, two- or three- room unfurnished apartment to couple. Private entrance. 104 W. Ave. E. 13-3tp FOR RENT—One 3 room furnished apartment with private bath and garage. J. A, Sullivan, 404 N. Main St. 13-tf-c FOR RENT—5 room house. Will repair to suit tenant. 409 E. Second St. Write or see D. M. Citty, Ozan. 10-3tp FOR RENT—Bedroom, private entrance and adjoining bath, close in. 509 West Third street. Phone 839-M. ll-3tc FOR RENT—Five room brick house, reasonable. 109 North Washington street. 13-3tp LOANS Money to Loan on New Buildings, Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association. 10-2Ctc Lost LOST—Pair of spectacles, downtown Saturday night. Reward for return to Cox Drug Co. 6-6tc F -f -$• ^- •'f T$» •>^-V>-^T^"^-^ Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure Is a formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more than the old salt method and is much less (rouble. iWaking all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who butcher for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each .Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second Notice WARNING ORDER No. 5136 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Robert Hood _. Plaintiff vs. Rosie Hood Defendant The Defendant, Rosie Hood, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Robert Hood. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 13th day of December 1937. RALPH BAILEY (SEAL) Clerk. Dec 13, 20. 27 Jan 3. For Sale FOR SALE—Christmas trees, Washington Fir, Assorted sizes. MONTS SEED STORE. 9-6tc FOR SALE—1250 gallon galvanized water tank, 30 foot steel tower, two- horsepower gasoline motor. R. A. Johnson, Spring Hill, Ark. 13-3tp PIANOS FOR SALE—Two car loads used Pianos, good condition. Some cannot be told from new. Priced $47.50 up. $5.00 down $1.00 weekly. Will accept Victrolas, Radios, Live Stock and Farm Produce. Part or Full Payment. Pay Half Now Balance Next Fall. Special Low Price NEW Studio and GRAND PIANOS. Write and will bring one on Approval. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE, Camden, Arkansas. 13-3tp j Federal Director HORIZONTAL I, 9 Official of •the U. S. Mint. »Liori. LO Gaping. 12 To pant Violently. 13 Bast fiber. 14 Assault, !6 Curse. 18 Cylinders. U Norse mythology. 15 Musical note. :fl South America !7 Cook. il Became dilapidated. !2 ftesinoid extract. 13 To require. 4 And. '•6 Southeast. 1? Land right. •S Farmers. 4 Cruder. 5 Craw. $ Vestige, Answer to Previous Puzzle 50 Ovule. 51 Made o£ oatmeal. 53 In bed. 54 Tatter. 55 Cubic meter. 56 Mire. VERTICAL, 2 Enthusiasm. 3 Not so much. 4 To canter. 5 Organ o£ hearing. 57 She i;, the first 6 Branch-like, woman of 7 Thinks. the U. S. Mint. 8 To observe, 58 She is ilso a 11 Triangular and end of a lecturer. building. 12 She was of Wyoming (PU. 15 Transposed. 17 Postscript. 19 Command. 20 Speed boat. 22 Owed. 23 To perish. 24 Conjunction. 27 Blood money. 28 Possessed. 29 Epoch. 30 Occupied. 35 Paradise annle 36 Drain. 38 Grain. 39 H20. 40 Street. 42 Pertaining to air. 43 To have on. 44 Brink. 47 Branches. 48 To border on. 49 To yield. 51 Hops kiln. 52 Modern. OUR BOARDING HOUSE wfth Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS THREE ,V,ORS w^ens, AMD ANOTHER YEAR WILL f=OLP UP LIKE AUWT MAMIE'S BRIDGE TABLE/" WITH YOU LEADING OVER THE FINISH LINE ON ANOTHER LAP OF YOUR RACE A<3AlM5T WORK/ WELL,I'VE ALREADY MAC7E ONE RESOLUTION THAT'S GOING TO BE KEPT NEXT YEAR/ YOU'LL EITHER SNARE YOURSELF AN INCOME, OR T'M <3OIN<S TO STRAP A GRIMD ORGAN ON VOUR CHEST ANJD LET VOL) DO A BROTHER, AC.T WITH A - £-%TT-T -T 5 i M PE EO / LET ME INFORM SOU, MADAM, THAT 1 HAVE ORC3AMIZEI7 A COMPANY, THE "FUNCTION OP WHICH WILL PILL A LOKJC5FELT WANT PURlNG THE CHRISTMAS SEASON—*KAFF — KApP-F- -—- IT IS THE HOOPLE SA\NTA EMPLOYMENT THAT WILL C QUIET HER' 60 RANTING/ EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, IF IT PUTS HIAA OK, V0U CAM'T GO, WITHOUT ICE CREAM AMD CAKE/ STAV. r tt CAM'T>« I JUST CAN'T ? X HAVE TO I f ICG ©ET IN A COUPLE SJ CR.EAM HOURS STUDYING > SOUR MY CORRESPONDENCE; COURSE -<** AND SOME ON MY SCHOOL WOI2.K, / (T WASN'T! BUT IT IS, NOW/ I CAN SEE HIM AT ALL THE PARTIES, TEN VEARS FROM NOW, WHEN I'M ELIVEfclN' Ti- ' ICE CREAM, m r _ Mter^).- LI . A BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Let-Down VOO OUT AtOO OO A UTTLt s'fS<'-*~~i r --«• V -rf- if--^A.j-? _ Q tota XOO , TV\\e> TO ByJMARTlN U'L OO\XE tv? ** !L'_r- rij---- - - — •^•-•i i i .t. miMjim* rm^f^mrf-Y/iY/ JHHmOHHHC.• flC^^BinH|HB| COPR. 1937 BY NE^SERVJCE. INC. T M. REG. ITS. PAT. OFF ALLEY OOP Trouble Seekers Are Successful Hunters By HAMLIN HO HUM! THIS INACTIVITY GETTIM' ME DOIA/SJ// I'VE GOTTA FIWD SUMPIKJ /^ HAH, TO DO- (HERE COMES poozy- WASH TUBES yis SAV, PAL. /LETS ( GO 3BE. OOOLA? THECK j GO SEE HOW VWITH THAT/ SHE'5 GOME OOOLA IS GETTIVTlWOOFy.' SHE'S ALL ALONG AT HEB. MEW 1 HI- HAT .' I JUST 5AW JO& OF OEAND ^ WIZERIWO/ HEE,,AW'ISMY FACE! RED.' 1 TELL SW SHE'S PLUMB SWELL HEAP.' OM,WELL-MMMPM/ WHADDA WE CARE 1 LE'S VOLJ'M -ME TAKE A 3AMDER OUT IN TH' JUNGLE, THEN - SHUX, GUY3 LIKE US CAN'T JUST LAV AROUND - COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. SAY,OOP-] THINK WE'D BETTEE. GO &/ A BAD STORM, The Green-Eyed Monster LOOKOUT; THEV'KE ABOUT TO LOWEI2 THE (WELL, HEEE we GO,SISTER GEE, BUT IT'S THRILLING! I'M SO HAPPV T COULP CR.V. By CRANE OH, HELLO, SUGAR. THIS \S BEV I-AH-I'M n AFTER HER. ,YOU u THE WAV VOU'RE HOLDING HER. VOU MUST BE AFR/UP SHE'LL FALL OVERBOARD. <s I- ~%, i ' ' is^wsjT .• s \- * I COPR. 1937 ay IJEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. fJEC. U. 5JJAT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Greatness By BLOSSER IVE GOTTA DO SOMETHIWGj FRECK f MOM WORKS. HARD TO GIVE ME AW EDUCATION ,' SHE WEVER COMPLAIWS., n BUT i KWOW SHE'S- NEARLY WORN OUT .' I HEARD HER UP LATE LAST WIGHT, AMD WHEW I GOT OUT OF BED TO SEE WHAT WAS WROUSj SHE TRIED TO HIDE SOME LAUWDRY SHE WAS DOIWQ/ !f__\ & I SHE CONFESSED SHED BEEW DOIWS LAUWDRY FOR PEOPLE LATE AT ' WIGHT, so's I WOULDN'T KNOW.' AWD SHE HAS A JOB DURIWQ THE A Clever Scheme—If it Works WUTTY., EVERY PEAL MOTHER THIWKS HER BOY IS GREAT EWOUGH TO BE PRESIDEWT SOME DAY, AWD THEY ALL DO THEIR BEST TO PROVE THEMSELVES WORTHY OF BEIWG A PRESIDEWT'S- MOTHER ,' WHY DO MOTHERS t SO MUCH FOR By THOMPSON AND COLL SEARCHWa WILLIE STEEM'S ROOM, is STARTLED &V THE SUPPEM BOOM OF THE RADIO - HOW COULD THAT HAVETURWEDOM / IT SbiJNPS LIKE A POLICE CAPO » V &UT THAT'S NO POLICEMAM PH,ORPERLY- WILL VOU COME PO YOU THIMH VOU COULD 1 ( WELL,I'LL TRV- IMITATE WILLIE STEEW'S ^\\WHAT PO YOU VOICEf I'M A SPECIAL PEPUTV/ f/ —L WAUT ME WORKING ON y^gL- ,. ^ < s*z^ TO DO? THlSCASE-'/i/XVV J JUST ANSWER THIS RADIO-) TRY TO FIND OUT WHECZE THEY'RE CALLING FROM/ HELLO. NUMBER 1O THE CHIEF SPEAKIN<3- 13 COPR. \m 11 MM SEBVI set--„

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