Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 28, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE POUR "Th« More You Tell, the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—Jc wprd, minimum Me thjrw. times—3We word, mlA. 50c Six timea-6c wotd, minimum 90c One month (26 times)— 18c word, minimum $£70 Bates are for continuous Inner- tions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this Is tax. But each Initial or name, or com- Jlctfe telephone number, counts aa ^nill word. For example: -JfOR BENT-^Three-room modern furnished apa/Bnent, with garage, close In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3te (or one time; at 3Vic word, 53c for three times, etc. . NOTE: All wrdcra placed by telephone are due and payable upon jresentSlion at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING - Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it $450 to $9.50. Come and see Kem-pstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth Si. Call Paid Cobb, 658-M. 12-2-28tc _ HOPE STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS STAMPS *N TW£ N£WS OUR BOARDING HOUSE *ith , . , Major Hoopla GAPTUAED? ^TCm^ .x^^^r foSr*"^ jn.sA , -., TH' OLO ^fflT 0 *^ 1 - 0 / '1 HOOPLA MIME WAS WORKED OUT LCKJcS AcSO wv— RECORD^IP You V FOR YEARS / ( OM SO/ME OF ALL YOU'LL. / ) MY CLA\IA\S [ OW H(AA, BUT I'VE HIT PAY DIPT, VET/ COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed. 29-26tp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. o04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-26tc WANTED: Good Model T Ford Sedan. Must be in good condition. See W. H. Harris Station, Hope and Blevins Highway. 27-3tp. 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 LOST: In or near Saenger Theatre. •top of wrist watch, rectangular in shape. Reward. Mrs. Mark Smythe, Phone 161. 27-3tp. AROUND sacred to all China was invaded by tho Japanese as ley pushed toward Nanking, aiing own the slopes of famous Purple fountain and the steps of Sun 'iit-Sen's 33,000,000 tomb, Shrine of modern China, Sun's lausoleum, completed in 1029, is onsidered one of the world's most •nprossive monuments. It was arted in 1925 after Sun's death s a lasting tribute to the "Father f the Chinese Republic." And a nst tribute it is. Strikingly set high on Purple ountain, at the end of a great aircasc two blocks long, the memorial is of a design commonly seen in China. It is 72 by 90 feet nnd about 80 feet to the roof. A great -seated statue of Dr. Sun, ir.uch like that of Lincoln in the Washington' memorial, is the center figure of the main hall. The whole is a broad expanse of gray granite. Jn the tomb itself, much smaller than the main hall, Chinese pij. gn'ms may view tho sarcophagus of Dr. Sun from a balustrade. The balustrade and the floor are of white Italian marble, the dome of ;lass. From the entrance one may ;azc across the Yangtze valley and he ancient Ming tombs. A S24000.000 cypress-lined boulevard approaches the mausoleum. The nemorial is shown on a 1929 Chinese issue of four stamps. (Cvpyris-'Iit. li)37. NEA Service. Inc.) \S YEW/ EVERY SAY,. BUPPIE / POES }'& A MAM MAMED MCOT'LE LIVE HE Dip Mt= A <5COD OWCE, AMD I OWE H/M A LOT/ WHESJ t HAND HIM WHAT HE WANT TO BE A BIO SURPRISE / GET BACK IS Tuesday, December 28,1937 --"I •_• ' • a 1 B n - m . - -— .... - ._ ' ._ . . OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS .COPS. 1_»_37 B1 N£A SeRVIcSSi^ini?T- S. MrS^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES TJHET BOYS ^-* iii ~~y r A CREDITOR^: • OH, THEM-WHY, THEM'S LltTLE SID£ TRACKS 5O ONE PERSON) KIM STEP.ASIDE AW LET ANOTHEE PERSON PA5S- / VE5? W£LL, / GO AMD <3ET ' THE SHOVEL, AGAIW.' I'LL SHOW VOU HOW 1 WAKJT IT PONE/ WOT TH' PAMCAKE TURKIEB-THE / — •-'—v < /=-•( ^< v ^ \ v r~?^'^'yj^. -m^<& ry^2j^ X^^illft'l^'' NEXT: What Pacific island group Issues stamps under two flags? 27 ALLEY OOP THt MUD '. L'u. XOO LNCE<S. ONi Starting the Day Off ^ A'JvNw) A 1 ^ ••»$' '-• £ WHV MOTMPPS TTFT C-&M ^ .-.'.igjJBVNEASlHVlCC. INC T M HC6 U S P<T C)f, . VVn ^ /V ' U/ ' r1C.lt....' OC.I Ok^\Y. The American soda fountain is becoming popular in Canada, South America and Australia. For Sale PUBLIC SALE: 4 miles west of Rosston, 5 miles east Bodcaw. Friday, December 31. LIGE MARTIN. Owner SILAS SANFORD, Auctioneer. 27-3tp. Coal dust, smoke and soot in urban areas cause acute lung disease. Today's Answers to CRANfUM CRACKERS For Rent FOR RENT—Three-room unfurnished apartment. Phcne 481-J. FOR RENT: Good country home with pasture, water in pasture and house. J. M. Reese at G. L. Johnson's 4 miles east of Hope on Highway 4. 27-6tp. FOR RENT—My" home, 5 rooms, hall, screened porch, 4 closets and bath ini pood condition. Near school. J. C. Hall. 28-ltc FOR RENT—Two or three room apartment in nice home close in. Reasonable. 505 South Walnut or I FhoneSSl. 28-3tp ! Questions on Page One 1. The holes in Swiss cheese are formed by gas given off by anaerobic bacteria. 2. Lincoln Ellsworth's flight in 1935 over the Antarcite in which he claimed 350.000 square miles of territory for the U. S. was the most recent exploration by which U. S. gained territory. 3. The Pillars of Hercules are high hills on either side of the Strait of Gibraltar. 4. Tha Constitution fixes the minimum age of n President of United State at 35. 5. The agent wired: "Arrest slayer plane army field." FOR RENT-Three-room unfurnished apartment. Phone 481-J. 24-3tpj Czar's Favorite HORIZONTAL 1 The last Czar's favorite, Grigoryj 8 He was a native of 13Threw. H Flowers. 16 Long grass. 18 To apportion. 20 Scolds. ,22 Rascal. 25 Domestic slave 26 Harasses 28 To soak flax. 30 Musical note. 3'J Uncle. 33 Morindin dye 34 Flowering plant 35 And 37 Female fowl 38 Note in scale 39 At no time 4) Definite article 43 To .stuff 44 Warble. Answer to Previous Puzzle RJDIUINIC EMPIRIC 1C 46 Collection of tents. 50 Snaky fish 51 Daily papers. 53 Nut covering. 54 Entrance into society 56 Striving 58 He as a monk 59 This was hated by the people (pi) VERTICAL 2 Sound of surprise 3 Rolling billow^. 4 Suddenly 5 Rubber tree. 6 Scatters. 7Idant 8 Boisterous play. 9 To employ. JO Local position 11 Observes, 12 Exists. ,15 He had tremendous 17 Uncontrollable hemmorrages. 19 Male pronoun.' 21 Constellation. ' 23 Credit. 24 Mountain, 27 Solemn. 29 He was . 32 Males. 33 Intention. 36 Shipworm. 37 Skirt edge. 40 Valleys, 41 Three. 42 Prophet. 44 To make lace 45 Cotton fabric, 47 To border on, 48 To meditate. 49 Pair. 51 Old garment. 52 Courtesy title, 55 To exist. i. 57 Musical note. WASI-^TUBBS r £ASY, I DON'fsEE HOW TH' HECK you EXPECT TO \ T'I/F !--,un uELGA ZMITH'S PIRATF5 WHEW AbL ' IN THE WEST INDIES CAN'T. ' PODNER/, Fresh Out of Jeroaly "By MARTIN fev : '^' , ^M l'' ?. ,t-/Ji',, ^/^° ":»-l. •;'.' -^'.•"'*"'.'•••/'•>» .-'•"•^- J - Hj," A '^ / . f , n _^'ELL y FER-! WHO JlM EEMV,PROM JECOOLV/ , ^ J* "~ f ~^^, ARE VOU AM') 5AV, VOU SURE WCKED V '^ /m. ^HERE'D S A HECK Of A WAV TO ^>^ VOU COME) RIDE A Easy Has His Own Ideas OH I DUNMO. 1 By HAML1N ^•' fj 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. _T. M. RJC. \l.\\ Jvkf. Qft± ME ? I'M QUEEM UMPA OF 292YOU'RE GUEEM RES \UMPA OF MOO/j ' 11 "-fWELL,Mtrvv', AIMT THAT JUS TOO DAMDV.'/ YOU'RE JU6TTH 1 ! GAL I'VE BEEWj LOOKIM'FOE..' J XOU , HAVEN'T A CHAMCE>/6URES THEY'LL! HEAD NORTH TOWARD THE STATES \ THINK HELGA'S" TOO s^AA5lT— SHE'LL FOOL'EfA BV GOING, ' IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION. lli^l'J By CRANE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS At Your Service SEARCHIN: ULL THE MORE KEEP A GUN READY, TODNEC. IF HERE'S \ IT, BOSS. MOT EVEN" ffsHIN' T^ASON TO EVER WE RUN ACROSS HELGA 'S N\OB, THERE'5 L/ABLE TO BE A HEAP 0' FIREWORK5. ARE YOU REALLY y. I V/AS ABOUT TO GIVE HIM GONMA XEE1P / BACK, BUT HE TURMEO SUTCM.k/UTTY? ^ MIS BIG BLUE FT^ES- OW , PULL. FORCE ....AWD WHAT COULD i DO ? /f ^ ^-* .^/-C? V, MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE jy T'OkET/.G IF YOU /•< Jos cw YOURHAWDS^/ I kk/OW V/fTH ^iCUR ( IT....TAI<IWC3 MOTHER AV/AV PART OF THE DAY, WGP K - IKIG J HIM BAWL HE MUST HUMGRY HAVE YOU By BLOSSER WILLIE • WHERE DID VOU \ GET ALL THESE BOOKS \ &•* ^ ™< MEMTAl, PISEASES? ) &' WHS; THIS ONE'S oro PP-AECOX ,' THAT'S DE. ' PIAGWOSIS OF youe CASE •••• AND CERTAIM OF THGSE ARE. UWDEI2- It's a Laugh—to Willie 'HA-HA.' so LI'L' SALLVS C ONJNA READ ME A STOIZV ""If HO-HO... WHATTAGACb.' I SEE ITAL. VOU(Z, INISANITY HAS> BEEN MERELY CLEVER ACTING, ALL ALOWC).' By IHOMPSON - '', !*?7.?*. l !5*.S£' lv 15f''"? T. M/Tac U. £. PAT. Off. ' /sAEAWWHILE: IM THE ROOM ii-li ACGOSS THE. HALL JACK. MA WAGES TO SHAKE HIMSELF LOOSE FROM TH6 (jAMG, MOMENTARILY.., i

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