Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE HOPE STAft, HOP18, ARKANSAS "Bfl! More You tell, th* Quicker You Sell" RATES OM tta*—2c word, mhttffluifl 39c Three times—3hc word, fliM. 50c Six times—6c word, mlniniuri) 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum $£70 Bates are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "Fot Rent," "Cor Sale," etc.—this is fee*. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full ward. For example: FOB RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, Close in. Bargain. J. V. Klauli, phone 9999. ToUl, 13 words, at Zc word, 3*e tot one time; at 3&c word, 53c tor three times, etc. NOTE: All -friers placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation o£ bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING -- OKI Beds, New Beds. For Christinas can you beat it 54.50 to $9.50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call Paul Cobb, 65S-M. l2-2-26tc ^. , 4 .W !• Vs...-' v T)W~JrTdAR~bING HOUSE CITY TWAT EXISTS As A NATION' COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Hadio's, Baiteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready for Christmas. 29-2Gtp WILL SAW pine or cypress shingles. $1.25 per square or on luilvt-.s. W. A. Austin. Centerville. 20-:itp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. olM East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-tfe 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—Ladies fiir coats. Latest styles. Full length and swagger. Priced reasonable. Apply Travelers' Camp, North State Line, Texarkana. 14-6tp FOR SALE—Girls Latonia Bicycle, large size. Can be seen at 302 East 2nd. Street, Phone 861. 16-6tc FOR SALE—1927 T Model Ford coupe ' good running order, tires, tubes almost ne\vS 25.00. will trade for corn. 3000 ft. rough lumber. A. C. Moody, ,.,-Hope, Route 1. 2U-3tp •;If~ LOSt t* LOST — Cotton ticket Number j^!09886 Weight 572. Reward for return . »to Bud Porterfiekl or A. L. Duffie, Rf. 1. 18-3tp For Rent FOR RENT—Desirable duplex apartment. 317 N. Main St. Call Harry W. Shiver. Phone 250 o r 904. 20-."itc CCARCELY larger than an, 18- hole golf course, Vatican City in Rome exists, nevertheless, very much like n great nation. It has its own ministers, its secretary of state, a foreign otVice, its ceremonial army. It receives ambassadors from the nations of the world and sends. nuncios in return. It issues passports and recognizes visas. Within the city itself is the great church of St. Peter's, the vasl grounds of the papacy and the homes and shops of the Vatican employes, numbering several hundred. Here too is one of the mosf powerful radio stations in the world, built in 1031. Over it Christmas services svill be broadcast this year. Vatican City is the most heavily telephoned state in the world, 30 lines connecting it with five continents. The Vatican, in all things, is self-sufficient. Nor is this the end of the list. The Vatican publishes its own Newspaper, the Osservatore Romano, administers its own. courts and po- . lice, its own railroad, issues its private coinage and prints its own postage stamps. Doves and a bell on St. Peter's are shown here on a 193G Vatican POSTE VATIC, Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS £tone-stippccl weapons were unknown o he Tii.sm<mic-in.s. whose spears were .sharpenfij sticks, hardened by fire. Questions on Page One 1. The normal pulse rate of a healthy adult is 70 to 75 beats per minute. 2. Following the panic of 1893. "General" Jacok S. Coxey of Massillon. O,, organized an "army"'of several thousand unemployed r: ; en for a march on Washington to de mand currency reform and jobs. They arrived in the capital April 29, 1894; the leaders were jailed and the "army" dispanded. 3. The pancreas reaches the table as the' sweetbread. 4. A horsepower is that unit of energy required to raise 550 pounds one foot in a second. 5. The sound made by a horse is called a neigh or a whinny; that of a donkey is called a bray. Legal 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 court this 13th day of December 19:i7 RALPH BAILEY 'SEAL) Clerk. 13, 20, 27 Jan 3. Coat of Arms HORIZONTAL 1 Coat of arms of - , pictured here. 6 Its president is Ignatz 12 Hastened. 13 Opposite of dead. 15 Feminine pronoun. 16 Swift. 17 Jockey. in Ground. 20 Maintains 22 Contrary. 24 Genus of apples. 28 Furnace basket, frame. 32 Angry. 33 Stream. 34 More recent. 35 Deputy. 38 Mandate. 41 Wood turni.ng machines. Answer t«, Previous JPiwzle PliMJTHEODORt SJTjROOSEVTL cloak. 47 Persian goki 3 Girl. coin. 4 Prefix 49 Native metals, meaning be- 51 Opera melody, fore. 52 To habituate. 5 p Qint ed missle 53 Species of pier 6 Middle 54 This country 7 Above. was a re- 8 Withered. public in 19*8. 9 island. 55 . is its 10 To scorch. capital. 11 Recognizes VERTICAL as heir. 2 English coins. 14 Circular inclosure. 16 Most of its people engage in . 19 Arid tracts. 21 To retain for future use. 23 Vagabond. 25 Form of "be". 26 Legal rule. 2? Indian. 29 Equipment. 30 Farewell! 31 Five ami five 36 Naked. 37 Narr.v.Mve poem. 38 To cw*^ 39 Bustle 40 Sound*. 41 Gibbon, 42 Afresh. 43 Venerable. 44 Sea eagles. 45 Caterpillar hair. 46 Vulgar 48 Mire. 50Obse«v6d. Monday, December 20, 1937 With . > . Major HoopTe OUT OUR WAY" By WILLIAMS / THAT'S Y VJO-HE'LL !:? HOW VOU WHY, 1 LOOK THOSE THINGS KWOWIMG HAV5 OURS THEY'RE \:% tJE.es PRICE \, 1 WOULDW' TOO HI6H FOR DEES Ui-pc A aALA WITH LILLIPUTIAN SAWTAS &EFORE I &UV AMVTHIMG/ THOSE AREM'T \HAV£ TH' NERVE TO DO DOWM CM AAA3OP,/ MAYBE ST, MICK'S WILL, BE POPULAR IM PlMT SIZES THIS CHRISTMAS' WERE "THE TOP QUALITY/ TUMBLIMS CENTS IS ALL I CAM OIVE YOU FOR. THOSE - LITTLE WE TAKE • FO7=, SAKJTA CLALHS LITTLE SNORT OT= WHAT AMOS THE ROAD TO THE SKIES Alt For Brother Billy BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MARTIN TH\<b \"b TO et '. 1 IAJOK}'\ TO oo MUCH YEAR. ^igmz^ ^ — a»^r T ':/'P 1 . . ^_ COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICT IMC. T, M. HCC. U. S. PM. Off. ALLEY OOP Enough Is Plenyt for Guz By HAMLIN MY &OSH,THAT CRAZY CRITTEE-Jf WHY; GUI, PUT ME BACK UP HERE OW/'AisJTCHA GOT CLIFF .'.' NOW XSAWY ? HE WANTS WHAT'LL I DO ? / YOU TO SLIDE DOWN) HIS BACK AGAIKJ.' IT WELL,SEEIM'AS HOW I HAVE MO OTHER. CHOICE, HERE GOE/3 : )\ 'l^\ /^&Y GUM, I I i)slv^ r / AIMT MO HO& / / NICE GOIM; (6UZ..'8OV ; AIMT 1 KMOW WHEW I'VE \GOT ^ 'IMGO.'.' MU5T FEEL GOOOl , £• 1'y37 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF WASH TUBES By CRANE [M1EL&A ZMITH \S LEADEP. IM ROBSERV OF OCEAN ' ^LINeKf $3,000,000 IM C 3 OLD STOWED *"-«"'- StAACK. SHIP'S CREW YOU RAT! VOU THAT RE / HEKE A /TAKE M£C ABOARD ME, &EAUT)Fu WOULDN'T PACE \ THE. CHIEF WANTS TO SEE VOU' THE- SMACK, STUPlP. V SHW 6OIMC> WITH US! , - - T TO HIT HIM WITH- UT A GUM IM YOUR. MANP, ___ OUT A GUM IM / ,) JUSTA, MINUTE WHILE LE'S GO.' / X SETTLE A SCORE _/-^ \WlTH \ ^- - ' I T. M, Rii.CLDri^AT. Of! . By BLOSSER Hold Your Breath FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS /-•' ^. \e SVLVEI^TER v COOK ! I UH&E-ROTAHD )f WC-T EXACTLY ....BUT WMEM YOU SEIE: IT,YOU'LL CERTAINLY rz'k, BE WRAPPED UP IN IT '! GOSH///HOD BE SEI-K>- IWQ ME ANYTHING ? I DOM'T HAVE AMY RELATIVES' WHO'D KICK THRU WITH A ^ i CHRISTA/fAS PRESEKIT ' A PACKAC3ET.... EXPRESS COMPAl-fi' HAS Vs _ By THOMPSON AND COLL Danger Lurks . MYRA NORTH, SP'ECfAL NURSE WE MUST HAVf ; .5VTCUCK Y LET'fj GET OUT A DEAD SPOT PERHAPS •) AMD SNJOOP IME.IfZ SE-MDlMu vsasjsscr^^AROUMO -THIS S-7ATIOKI iSRiOIH ^^^ NEIGH6OI2HOOD SUP2E IM THIS &LOCK' J^^ LOOK'S P6OMISINJG.' P^v-fl-MLE MVRA AMD JACK ARE CRUISIMG. VA_/ AL ALOMG BEAK.E.C, STREET IW SEARCH OF THE OAMG'S HIDEOUT, LET'S FLASH &A.C'/,TO OAMATORIUf-V - THIS THIMG 5UDDEMLV TIM- IM CALLIMO FCZDM VlSITOeS HAtL-TELL WILLIE THE RADIO THAT WAS IKJ HIS ROOM 15

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