Fotm HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS "The More You TeE. the Quicker You Sell" RATES On* time— 2c word, minimum 30c Htr*S.tlm»-3i.i(; word, tuln. 50e Six times— 60 word, minlmUld 90c One month (26 times)— ISc word. Itatw are for continuous Insertions only. to making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.— this Is Cuee. But each Initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts a* a full word. For example: FOB RENT— Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage* close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, We tot one time; at 3&c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All .rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation at bill. PHONE 768 Antv*ri to CRANIUM on Paire Otic 1. The wait is the unit of electrical power, and is equal to the product of the volts, or pressure, times amperes, or rate of flow, 746 watts equal one horsepower of mechanical energy. 2. The United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867 for ST,200.000. 3. Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, 11. anil Princess Margaret Rose. 7. are the children of the king and' queen of England. 4. Augustus, who reigned from 31 B. C. to 14 A. D.. and Tiberius (14 A. D. to 37 A. D.) were Roman emperors during the life of Christ. 5. Absolute zero—the point at which theoretically all gases become solids and molecular motion ceases—is 459.6 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, and 273.13 deffrees below zero Centigrade. FOR SALE—1250 gallon galvanized water tank. 30 foot steel tower, two- horscpower gasoline motor. R. A. Johnson. Spring Hill, Ark. 13-3tp Services Offered 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. Call Paul Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-26tc FOR SALE—Ladies fur coots. Latest styles. Full length and swagger. Priced reasonable. Apply Travelers' Camp. North State Line. Texarkana. M-6tp 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 FOR SALE—Crocheted bed spread, cream color, sunburst pattern, $35. Mrs. Henry Atkinson. 1301 South Elm street. I4_3t p Lost LOST—Bunch of keys in postoffice or in downtown section. Return to Hope Star office and receive reward. 14-3tp Bees must visit several thousand (lowers in order to make one gram of honey. HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. a04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfc For Rent FOR RENT— Close in, two- or three- | room unfurnished apartment to couple. Private entrance. 104 W. Ave. E. I 13-3fp ! FOR RENT—One 3 room furnished • apartment with private bath and garage. J. A, Sullivan, 404 N. Main St. 13-tf-c . 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 Savings & Loan Association. 10-26tc For Sale FOR SALE—Christmas trees, Washington Fir, Assorted sizes. MONTS SEED STORE. 9-6tc PIANOS FOR SALE—Two car loads used Pianos, good condition. Some cannot be told from new. Priced S47.50 up. $5.00 down Sl.OO 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. BENSBERC'i MUSIC STORE, Camden, Ark-.nsas. 13-3tp BUY NOW! Only n limited number of copies of Hope Star's ?1,700 Centennial Edition remain. It's your last opportunity to purchase the only complete authentic history of 20 Southwest Arkansas towns. You owe it to yourself and your rhijrfren to preserve one or more of these copies. No reservations are being made. First come — first served. The Centennial edition contains 48 pages in six sections with 69 large photographs of historic sites. Bound copies are 50 cents each. Unbound copies are 25 cents—add six cents if mailed. C^R BOARDING HOUSE . .„. , , with , , , Major Hoople /%d * ^AW/ STAkJt>PORC>/ FOR THE TRIFLING SUM OF- & 2. TO dOVER TRANSPORTING MY OFFICE CHAIR FROM MY LAST PLACE OP BUSINESS, OUR OFFICE /e PULLY IM THJE BACK BR-R-RLJPp-P.c A FEW SIGNS IW THE WlUPOW^TO LET THE PASSERS-BY KWOVV WHAT COMMODITY WE HAVE TO OFFER, AND WE? ARE READY FOR OUR C3RAWD '/, 'S. OUR WAY Tuesday,December 14, 3.93 By WILLIAMS v. % ALL WE A SUPPLY. OF ST. MICKS/ WHAT PO YOU BAIT TH' TRAP WITH, TO GET THEM TO PARK THEIR REINDEERS IM YER STALL"? WHY NOT DRESS OKIE UP AND STAND HIM OUT IM PROMT ON STILL END OP BELL, FOR A M DECOY ? C \ -ALL HOME OWNERS- We Invite Your Inquiry TERMITE CONTROL At Reasonable Prices Home Service Co. Hope Roy Allison, Mpr. Ark. Have your winter Suit dry cleaned In our j modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS, Cleaners & Hatters »MgW. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES V * OKJ THE . . PUT THOSE CLEAN, \ /tiite CHAINS BACK IN THE GARAGEf 1 SAID ASHES MOD£f?.N M6THOD NO DUST, NO WALKS TO CLEAN AFTER THAWS, NO TEACKIN' ',x ASHES INTO TH HO.USB, NO ASHES/, S COPS 19J7 BY S€» SERVICE. INC. __ T. U. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. WHY MOTHERS (SET &RAV ALLEY OOP Good Hunting, Boots No Road Back By MARTIN T CARE-WATCH GETTIM DOWW.' A6ADSTORM BLOWI THIMK VSU'REA GOAT OS SUMPIW?« , WASH'TUBBS A Famous Poet HORIZONTAL 1 Poet who wrote "Evangeline." 14 Thought. 15 Armadillo. ;6 Naval officer's assistant 17 Contest for a prize. .8 Rubbed. £9 Metal. JO Departs. }2Born. J3 Maple shrubs. 24 College term. *7 Definite article 30 Insane. )1 To soften leather. }2 Morphine derivative. 33 Grain. 34 Constellation. 35 Neither. 37 Beer, 3? Embraces. Answer'to Previous Puzzle 40 Prank. 43 Sesame. 44 Small clusters. 49 Fetid. 50 Ringworm. 52 Disorganized retreat. 53 Beast of burden. 54 Blackened with ink. 55 Lady 56 His native- land. 57 Kis work is with children. VERTICAL 1 His famoui Indian poem. 2 Brink. 3 Gaseous element. 4 Thin inner soles. 5 Legal rule. 6 Deemed 7 Backs of necks 51 BustJei 8 Accosts. 9 Fashion. 10 Secular. 11 Italinn coins. 12 Smell. 13 Tumors. 21 Group of students. 23 Chair part. 25 Geld house. 2fi Bird of prey. 28 Feminine pronoun. 29 Age. 36 Part of eye. 37 In sleep. 33 One who cedes 39 To subside. 40 Insensibility 41 Astringent. 42 Heap. 45 Hindu language. 46 Simpleton. 47 Prickly pear: 48 Heavenly body 50 Twitching, And That's That! 'MY GOSH,TH' CLIFF.' IT'STUMBLIKJ'DOWK POORGUZ'LL BE , DASHED T'PIECE5><. V OMTH'GROUND//\ s By HAMLIN VVW>$ f ti'-i\' ^afev>\\ J , TH' LE BEHIWD IS ALL GOME.' MOW HE CAM' DOVVNJ / NUW MtCANJ I) ft \<\\ '\ V ( GST DOWN /..n. vft ; i '\\ \ ;^»Xc \v ^-.x vi,\ vv .>i / V v N A -i_M. REG. I/ S . PAT. OFF. C r9Ffl- 1!):)7 BY NE* SEHVIt.1:. INC. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BUT BEVERLYS FATHER 15 A \ V/>v| / FI^IEMP O 1 MINE- VOU? X I'VE IMVITEP HER. TO THE PANCE WITH US. Perfect Balance ANYBOOV TROTS AR.QUND By CRANE THEN, BV THE BLUE BLA2ES, WOMAN, CIOM'T WORRY, SOM.... WE'LL MAKE OUT ,' TIMES- ARE HARD FOR US WOW., BUT SOMETHIWG ALWAYS COMES ALOW<3 TO HELP/ You WORK TOO HARD, ' MOM f GOSH, I GUESS WE'D BE RICH IF THERE WAS SOME WAY FOR YOU TO COLLECT TIME- AWD-A-MALP FOR I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE YOU'LL DO wo SUCH THIWG J YOU'LL STAY IW SCHOOL AMD <3ET AW EDUCATION" AMD FIT YOURSELF FOR TWE REAL PROBLEMS OF I'M GOWWA GET A JOB..., THAT'S WHAT I'M COMMA DO ' By BLOSSER r My&A. L^ HAS PERSUAPED <?WE OF THE PRDERUES 123 . IMITATE. WlLLlg &TEEWS VOICE PVER WILLIE'S SPECIALLY HELLO, NUM&EIZ. 1O ARE YOU CALLING FEOM A Clew nJ YOU'RE WOT GOIHG THRU LIFE WORK/WG V/m-f YOUR HAWDS YOU HAVE A BRAIW , AWO YOU'RE GOIMQ , TO DEVELOP IT f GOSH,...IT SURE IS TRUE...THE HAWDTHAT ROCKS THE CRADLE , SELDOM ROCKS THE BOAT ! D^ \ OF COURSE ITS ME, VOU FOOL-I WAWTTO KNOW IF EVERVTHIMG'S ALL RIGHT. HOW WAS THAT, AISS MORTHl GREAT, ORDERLY/ YOU HAVE WILLIE'S BLUSTER. IM& TOME POWM PERFECTLY/ WOW TO P1S- COMMECT THISTHIMG- By THOMPSON AND CQlt WHERE STREET, OF COURSE... IT'S A LOM&THOROFAfJE 0 BUT IT'S eoiMCb TO LEAD U5> TO WILLIE. / HOPE.'
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