Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 29, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE FOtTK HOPE STA&.flQPM, ARKANSAS **]fhe More You Ten, the Quicker • You Sell" RATES Otte time— 2c word, minimum Me Thre«'. Utttes— 3Uc word, mlA. Me Six times— «c word, minimum Me One month (26 times)— ISc word, minimum $2.71 Rates arc lot continuous Insertions only. lit making word count, disregard classification name such as "for Rent," "For Sale," etc.— this Is tree. But each lallicl or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT— ytitee-rooru modern furnished apartment, with garage* close In. Bargain. J, V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2e word, 3te lor one time; at 3 He word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All u/ders placed by telephone are due and payable upon Uon a( 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, 65S-M. 12-2-26tc STORES STAMP!HAT TWO-NATION Fe OUR BOARDING HOUSE* with INTERNATIONAL stump b«l extraordinary. Th;it w;is I COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, BaCteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed. 29-26tp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. aU4 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. 10-26(c Lost LOST: In or near Saenger Theatre, top of wrist watch, rectangular in shape. Reward. Mrs. Mark Smythe, Phone 161. 2T-3tp. For Sale PUBLIC SALE: 4 miles west of Rosston. 5 miles east Bodcaw. Friday, December 31. LIGE MARTIN, Owner, SILAS SANFORD, Auctioneer. 27-3tp .ittlc the rousing outcome recently of the new Nicaragua!) map stamp which included part of Honcluran territory. At le<\st, Honduras claimed the territory—hence the feud, which topped short only of sending troops to tho frontier in question. The new stamp, in the upper right section, shows a stnp of tor- itory marked 'Territorio en LiU- fiio" (in dispute). Honduras immediately asserted this area not to be in dispute, but instead to be n part of Honduras. The disputed area, contended Honduras, was id.iucliciUed in 1900 by a Royal Spanish award which botli countries accepted. So Honduras promptly barref' (he new stamp from that country And in retaliation. Nicaragua banned n 1935 Honduran airmail stamp including the area in dispute as part of Honduras So intense became the feud that many Nicarasuan residents m Honduras uere called home: orators of both countries broadca-'l bitter speeches and a few of the nv>-i~ zealous patriots ui lied '\;n Mediation. ho«e\er. quieted the di.'puto. though diplomatic relation v. ere at the bie.ikmg puint Tlie Nieai'iijjuan .itamp '." -)'"V'o below M '"i'\ M-hi. ]•>•.•: \i-:\ s. r. i.-, in. i NKXT: \\'hut is known as t::t- (tire's most clazzlinj: courtship? 3 IP you ARE STEAMIWG IWTO ^ TM' HOME MAPtBOR, YOU'D BETTER BY TH' ALLEY ROUTE/ l^y> TH' PROMT PASSAGE IS PATROLLED BY A PIRATE ^ X WHO MA'S YOU (TORWERED LIKE A /?? WHAT-UOT, WMEM IT COME-S TO BlOW)M<3 YEH / HE SAID YOU LOANED' H/AA SOME" t>OU6M, AKJD CLAIMS HE cAM'T SLEEP UGHTS UWTIL. T£>U GET WHAT'S AMD IT'LL BE PLEWTY' DEMAMD FOR THE STAMDFORC? OUT OURfWAY* Wednesday, December 20, 1.937 'tot R. 1937 BY NEVaERVICt'. INC, T. M, REO. U. 8. PAT. Gff.'.' tfOOT,S AND HER BUDDIES By WILLIAMS , CAKb •yt'e YOU OFFICE HOO^'b TWO TO n the Day's Work M.Reatt8.MT.off:,, AN J QPEW AND I tfS-HiT BY NEA SERVICE, 1*0. |n ' ._ HOMEST. MA ••• t 6OT MY OWN 5LJPP6E, LIK£ >&U TOLD ME TO - AMD I ATE A LOT LIKE VOL> 'TOLD ME TO.. BUT JUST 'CAUSE t WAR.SHED TH' PISHES,WHICH you FOE.GOT TO TELL ME TO, VOU DOW'T BELIEVE 1 ATE AWYTHIWG.' / 1 THOUGHT YOU'D &E SUR-PiilSEP AKJD PLEASED- PI^ 3 SHUT CASE X^^KTO.^^.^^ j .,, q 'By MARTIN ALLEY OOP YOO CM,I'M 60 60C1R.Y Irving Berlin's first success, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," was published in 1905. For Rent 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. 2T-6tp. FOR RENT—Two or three room apartment in nice home close in. Reasonable. 505 South Walnut or "FOR RENT—Modern 5 room house with garden, barn and garage. 1523 S. Main. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks. 29-3tc Great Britain is smoking five times as many cigarets as were smoked there 30 years ago. Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page One 1. Regulations for the limitation of debate in the House are known as the "Gag Rule." 2. Grass is the dog's medicine. 3. The "War Presidents" were Madison of the war of 1812; Polk of the Mexican War; Lincoln of the Civil War; McKinley of the Spanish-American War and Wilson of the World War. 4. "SOS" has not always been the distress signal. Prior to 1911 the tignal "CDQ" was used. Aviators using radio telephone now use "May-Day" derived from the French "M'aidez." 5. The cows cost Jones $50 each, and the horses §100 each. Pioneer Movie Star HORIZONTAL 1, 7 Pictured star of the early movies. jXi' Imbeciles. !'A2 Alms box. '13 Half quart. 14 Point. }6 Saucy 17 All right 18 Lion. 19 Musical note. 20 Afternoon. 21 Light wagon. 22 Irregular piece. 24 To tire. 25 Unit of work 28 Snaky fish. 29 Dry 31 She is -a. native of 33 French. 34 Five and five. 35 Twite, 36 God of sky 37 Away. 38 Electric unit. 39 Sorrowful. 40 Writing fluid. 41 Hand blow 42 Railroad station. Answer to Previous Puzzle IRIA 5 PUT I fclUR U S S]l \k LBDIAII LI £ SBb 44 Period. 45 She is starring on the today. 46 To soak fjax: 47 Ventilating machine. 48 Mohammedan paradise nymph. 49 Night before. 50 Grain. 51 Bundles. 53 She acted in in the movies. 54 Valuable property VERTICAL 1 Mouth part. 2 Cast of a ' language. 3 Chain part. 4 Quantity. ' 5 Neuter pronoun. 6 Spiritus asper 7 Aperture. 8 Irascible. 9 Beat it. 10 Head covering 15 Clan symbols. 18 To loiter. 20 Chattered. 21 Vulgar fellow 22 Meadow, 23 Garnet. 24 Fish's swimming orgaji. 26 Musical note, 27 Assignment. 28 Small shield 30 Extra supply. 31 Helper. 32 Writing fluid 33 She has a type of beaut} 35 Flying mammal. 37 Flames. 39 Drunkard 40 Electrified particle. 41 Shirt buttons 43 Skin. 44 Ana. 45 Rail (bird). 47 Distant. 48 Laughter .sound. 49 Type standard 50 Alleged force. 51 Note in scale, 52 Street. HAH; THERE VGO/ V'SEETHEWUZ JUST WAVJT1WH1S BACK /,/, SCRATCHED.' ' "•*••*>•*.. £ WELL, EEKIV-5IWCE YOU SEEM TO HAVE SOME POWER OVE THIS &RUTE X SUPPOS1KJ VOU SEE WHATCHACAMf pARDOM ME! CO ABOUT GITTIM 1 V SURE I'LL ME LOOSE/ %^r&Wffi$ ^7&r* ft:•;•>, ^1/1 IV v>1 teny Rnows Her Stuff V/OVFE HNO "\r\' FO MO K FER.60-\ TO COPR. 1937 HY NEA SEHVICE. iriC. T. M. RC&. U. S. "•1 OFF By HAML1N AW,THA'5 MO1HIN7 WHERE COME FROM , WE USE THE5E EENV, THAT \ DIMOSAUB5 FOR. ALL OF BEATS ANV- OUR TRAMSPORTATlOM - THlSUN'S ONE, OF OUR. CR1TTER.S.' THIKJG] EVER.- IM FACT.OL' OOOKV.HERE, 15 AS &EMTLS AS A KITTEN) - WHV. HE'S XB(2OKEM EVEN 6ROKEW TO / TO HAR.MESS? ^ HARNESS- s-^\ WHAT'S THAT? WASH TUBES A Thorough Job © 1937 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF By CRANE FAILURE MUKABER.ONE. THEN WELL GO TO THE NEXT ISLAND. FA.Il-LH7P\MAHGOODNESS,\ EVERY" NUWBEiC BOSS, IS YXLL \BLASr£0 ANV STRANGE WHITE Y NAW, SAH. FOLKS BEEN AROUWO ) DEYAIN' BEEM L/VTELY, AUNTIE? J NOBODY TWO. /60IN TO SEARCH ALL DE ISLANDS 'TWEEN HEAH 'M' ^E_FIND 50UTH VIER K1D- MAPERS/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS IM WHAT YEAFa WAS WAPOLEOM EXILED AT ST. HELEWA? SYLVESTHR COOK , CAW YOU AMS\//ER THAT QUETSTlOW * Caught With the Goods By BLOSSER QUIZ PEPIOD IS WO TIME FOR READIKK3 BOOKS_, MR. COOK.'WHAT BLOOD-AMD- -THUNDER -NOVEL EXCITES YOUR IW7EREST AT LFRED.WILL YOU READ THE TITLE OF SYLVESTER S BOOK ALOUD SO THAT THE CLASS MAY KSIOW J%.;.. WHAT HE CONSIDERS MORE IMPORTAWT THAN ) / HIS SCHOOL. WORK J THE CARE AMD MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Willie Has the Upper Hand By THOMPSON AND COLL 1 EAEIMG HIMSELF LOOSE FaOM Wlt.LIE'5 MOB, JAC(A LEAPS- TOVyAG.O A ei:-LE lEANiWG AGAIMST ~THE WALL BUT IKJSTEADOF TUEMW&OKJ IP THE 0)AWC:j, JACK TAKES QUICK AIM OUT THE VVWDOW AMD FIRES- yeS,MV CUEVEE. MVEA NOETH-MV IMSAMITV ACT HAS OUTWITTED ] I WHAT HAVE 1 VOU ALL. 1 FROM MOW OW ,) \ IHL'V DOME WATCH MV 5MOKE.' j — ' --, WITH ( JACK 7 r . ' ®1 M7'BY NtTgBVICE. INC. T. M. HEC. U. 5. PAT. 01

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