Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 24, 1937
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PAOfi'POtm HOPE STAft, HOPHJ, ARKANSAS *fhe Mote You Tail, the Quicker You S«U" RATES CM tin**—2c wqtd, minimum Me Tfctt« r . times—3V»c word, rain, 30c Sift times—*c word, minimum 90c Otto month (26 times)—13c word. minimum $2170 fthtta an tor continuous Iniet* thms only. In !«afcing word count, disregard classification name such as "For B*nt," "For Sate," etc.—this is tree, Bttt each initial or name, or com' ffete telephone number, counts as A tall word. For example: FOR BENT—Three-room modem foralsJicd apartment, with garage* eiott in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, Me for one time; at 3%c word, 33c for three tunes, etc. MUTE: All .rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon »resentattnn at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING — Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it 54.50 to 59.50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call Paul Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-2Stc Today'* Aitiwtri to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Pnjre One 1. The broad collars of sailors' uniforms are a relic of old sailing days when seamen wore the collars to keep their greasy pigtails Iworn Chinese style) from soiling their uniforms. 2. A coin collector is a numismatist: a stamp collector is a philatelist. 3. Manxmen are natives of the Isle of Man, one of the British isles. 4. The next inauguration of a President of the United States will be held January 20, 1941. 5. The children couid marry. John Smith is a second cousin o£ their mother, and his children and her children are third cousins. He Knew What He was Doing The absent-minded professor who sent his wife to the bank and kissed his money good-bye wasn't so blamed absent-minded at that. Orville W. Erringer State Manager Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp. Denver, Colorado. OUR BOARDING HOUSE wilh , . . Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY Friday, December 24, 1037 "" " By WILLIAMS COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed, be ready ior Christmas. 29-2Gtp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. a04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-26tc LOANS Money to Loan on New Buildings, Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association. 10-26tc Lost STRAYED—^ne firay mule age 11 years, one broken mule, age 7. wt. 900 Ibs. Notify S. N. Stark, Emmet, Route one. 24-3tp GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 ALU THE POOR PELLOWS SANTA CLAUS TO PEOPLE, WHEN THEY HAVEN'T HAO A SOUARe MEAL IN WEEK'S, X HAVEN'T THE HEART TO TAKE A COMMISSION "POP* THE TRIPLING CHORE 1 IN OBTAIMINQ FOR THEM «-v-* AS PRESIDENT OP THIS ORcSAM- r2ATlOW, 1 MOVE WE LET THEM KEEP THE EMTlRE AMOUNT THEY RECEIVER'S A CHRISTMAS I PRESEMT FROM OUR L FIRM/ WHAT SAY VOU? THAT IDEA WITH ME/ MA30R, Bur BEI=OR,E WE (SO IMTO BANKRUPTCY, IP A LAST- M IW UTE OPEWISJC3 FOR A SAKJTA CTLAUS/T'LL, TAKE. TH' DOB MV- 1. COULD USE TH' PRICE OP A TOM AMD CJERR.Y/ LOST—Bird dog pup. S months old. Lewellen Setter, black and white, name Laddie. Reward. Phone 817. 22-3tc For Rent FOR RENT—One furnished apart- menty one partly furnished. All utilities jpaid. Mrs. Frank Hutchens. 707 East ^Division. Phone 79. 23-3tc FOR RENT—Three-room unfurnished apartment. Phone 481-J. Service in Reverse Hofel Proprietor: Do you want the porter to call you? Guest: No, thanks, I wake every morning at seven. Hotel Proprietor: Then would you mind'calling the porter? Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our j modern plant—pressed ' hy experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters The Best in Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Perm., qt ..... ____ 25c The New Sterling OU, qt ----- 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hope— Gpen Day & Nite Tooth Hurtv Chinese patient (on telephone >: Doctor, what time you fixee teeth for me?M Dojl: Two-thirty. All right 0 Ci^iese: Yes, tooth hirty, all right, it time you fixee? FREE! Your Full Name Ott— Sheaffcr or L. E. Waterman Fountain Pens and Pencils. Priced from $2.50 to $15.00 Also Leather Goods. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Uexall Store Phone 63 Delivery but Christmas Tree HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured is a i-— tree. 5 It is a tree. 14 Grave. L6 Quantity. 17 Artery throbbing. 18 To relieve. 19 Poem. 20 Unoccupied. 21 Merchandise. 22 Jewel. 23 To acquire knowledge. Z5 Your. Answer to Previous Puzzle ML EliA QUO HDEJ QODE1 HIDH raana 0000 aaca ta tJlHD aEHH HfDII HH C|0|T|T Ml, PiRjOl '[N mm GANDHI 46 Paid publicity, 47 Musical note. ?7 Mineral spring 43 Therefore. ?8That is to say. 49 Pair. 33 To doressf. 37 Cringes. 39 Dimmed as eyes. |0 Sea eagle. $ poof edges. 13 Darlings. |5 Intelligence. '50 Lava. 51 To sin. 53 Northwest. 55 Social insect. 56 Spike. 58 It belongs to the genus 59 It is a valuable VERTICAL 1 Postscript. 2 Virginia willow. 3 Close. 4 Gaelic. 6 Branch of knowledge. 7 Stem joint. 8 Newspaper paragraphs. 9 To remove hair. tree.JO Impolite. ONE OF- TH 1 BED SHEETS IN PANTS! WHVJT'S TH 1 MATTER WITH VOU? -v BEO SHEET, IN THESE CLO'ES I'M LUCKY IT WASM'T HAVE VOU MO SENSE OP FEELING) —NO TH' MATTRESS/ SENSE OF COMFORT? YO M 3OA \ WHAT'S TME \ ^ y SPIRIT; MAJOR THE WOR.R.V WAK.T ^<0 1917 BV Nf* SERWCt. I ^ f M REG. U. S. PAT. Of BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Hawkins, the GOOD Boy '. CMO voo «>«• ? "• VE6 . 1 Stt VOO TOOK ,TOO By MARTIN \R.l V\^ V£ \_\V TASW , CbOOO AV-iO TENOEP.. Voo'O SOME ,6\<R.'.WI CHR\STMA<b O\O VOO "• COPR. 1«T §Y J«A SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. ALLEY OOP Timely Intervention By HAMLIN , AW, ME AIMT MUTHIN; VET/ IT EASY OOOLA- DONE DOME FOR A REASON)!.' I'WAWTA"^ 0 DAW GED CRITTER IS THANK VOU] GOWK)A CHEA1 ME OL1TA LAMBASTIK1 1 VOUR HIDE FOR BRIMOIM' THAI THING HERE. ©1937 BY NEA SERVICE,TNC. T~. M. REG. U.S. PAYOFF. Helga's a Smart Girl By CRANE WASH TUBES I STOL_E$3,000 ) 0_00 IN GOLD, \ GREAT SCOTT! ITS UN- AW S.OS. CALL, SIR. PlRATEi HAVE LOOTED/ \UHftT? ^THE CX'.EAM LINER., j4v * 3-1 PLATONIC/ ^^ SIR.. DISABLED THE EWGIWE5, \ g-UBVAt-LE ' FULL SPEED, KIDNAPED A 6IRL PASSENGER. KO&F.^S. DOUBLE LOOK- AMD ESCAPED OM THE SfMCK QUT5 WE'RE SO 1 ..^ TO 11 KiSS ME." /r-v-r TKO5E RASCALS'--- OOM, EVERY PORT, EVERY WARSHIP IN THE WEST IWDIES IS LOOKING FOR THE "KISS MET -olUT HEL5A S> TOE PIRATE QUEEN, IS MO ILL-GOTTEN LOOT HAS SEEM TO ANOTHER BO »&<; N\F " SiiMK By BLOSSER TRNNSFERCED TO ANOTHER BOAT, AMD TWP "K»&<; N\F " Accurate to the Thumb FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MP.WIDMOYER/IUE BUTCHER. I GUESS MOT, MUTTY GOSH, HE'S PRETTY SMALL .' HOW MUCH POES HE WEIGH ~? I GUESS FOUKIDLIWG HOMES WEIGHED HIM FOR ME AND STAYS J HES E>rACTLY SIXTETEW POUMDS.IHCLUDiKJG 1WE1 BOMES .' WE CAM T AFFORD TO FRECK' HE'LL BE A LOT OF CARE:,AKJD MOM is AWAY SO MUCH DURIM<3 THE DAY .' CArl YOU /To THE EXPRESS OR PUT HIM IM A FOUWDLIMG HOME: ' V/E DCW'T WHERE HIM.WUTTY LITTLE BABY, ANP THEN, VOU AMD WE'LL HAVE LOTS OF FUN SPENDING ALL THAT PRETTY &REEM MONEY X OUTSIDE OM THE LANDING, JACK. ' FRANTICALLV BEATS ON THE POOR ! TOO BAD ABOUT FR.IENP, SALLV- HE'LL . WAS ON»LV A RUSE, MVRA MOVES TOWARD LOOK OUT JACK' NEVER GET DOWN THOSE STAIRS ALIVE. THE DOOR, BUT WILLIE LOCKS IT PLEASE, WILLIE, VOU MUST LISTEN TO ME.' HJar. 12 Consumer. 13 Southeast. 15 To cuddle up. 21 It has seeds. 24 It secondary leaves are called s. 26 Matter. 28 Chums. 30 Arrearage. 31 Atom. 32 Always. 34 Be silent. 35 Presses. 36 Motive. 38 South America. 39 To exist. 44 Gaiters. 45 Harem. 47 To lease. 49 Soft food. 50 God of sky. 52Brink. 54 Strife. 55 Form of "a". 57 Pound.

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