Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 3, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGfc FOUR HOPE STAR, ROPE, ARKANSAS "The More You Tell, the Quicker You Sell" RATES OM tfaM-ffe word, minimum 39c Tfciw. time*—3Wc word, mliu 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum' $2178 Bales are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Kent," "For Sate," etc.—this is bee. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts ax a full word. For example: FOB BENT—Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garag** close in. Bargain. J, V. Blank, phone 99M. Total, IS words, at 2c word, Me tot one time; at 3 he word, S3c for three times, etc. NOTE; All -rders placed by telephone are due und payable upon preseatatinu of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered "HOLD JCVERYTHING — ow Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it J4.50 to $9.50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call Paul Cobb, B58-lv[. 12-^-2Gtc Monday, January 3 CALLED STRIKE COBB'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 383 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed. .2S-2Gtp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. at)4 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-26tc WANTED TO BUY-Chickens, Eggs Ducks, All kinds of Junk. T. B Beard, same old place. 31-3tc LOANS Lost Money to Loan on New Buildings, Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Savings & Lrrji Association. 10-26tc For Rent FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment with private bath and garage. J. A. Sullivan, 404 North Main street l-26tc FOR RENT—2 room furnished apart- menit ,pr .nice bedroom. Convenient Auction Sale at Prescott 1 o'clock bath.;.^Reasonable. Close in. 505 S. January 6, 1938, 2 cars of White face "Walnut 5hone 851. •• • 31-3tcl cattle and Hogs. Purtle & Sanford ^—^i—i——: ; | Owners. Silas Sanford Auctioneer. For Sale Everything supposedly was sweet and lovely when Lefty Gomez of the New York Yan-j kees, and his wife, June OT>ea, former Follies star,' staged this little celebration after the Wofld series last fall, ;bv»t : now the star southpaw Is. reported -in Mexico seeking a .'divorce.' Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page One 1. Baron Munchausen was a German, Rudolf Raspe, an exile who wrote in England. 2. Yes. in self-defense and to dig bulbs and roots for food. 3. You blow away the gases, generated by heat, on which the flame feeds. 4. In the Wielickza salt mines of Poland, which are hewn out for U5 miles, in places 1000 feet deep. 5. Sand is kept in emergency fire pails because it smothers fire without causing electrical short circuits, as water might. LOST—Black female setter with whit, nose. Steve Atkins, phone 201 or 809. 31-3tc Notice FOR SALE—One portable, brooder house,-one simplex brooder stove and one 300 egg incubator. A bargain. Cash or trade. Chas. H.' Locke, Ozan, Ark. l-3tp FOR SALE—One gravel bed 4 yards, one flat • bed short wheel base, one flat bed long wheel base. Will sell cheap." Tol-E-Tex Oil Co., Phone 370. 1-ltc FOR SALE—Acreage, some improved, close'in, Lewisville highway. Beau- tiful''building sites, good land, terms. Take good car. E. L. Brown, one mile on Lewisville highway. 3-3tp. Mules, Mares, Jacks, Saddle Horses, all stock guaranteed. We deliver in trucks free of charge. 516 West Broad, by Texas Viaduct. Windell Brothers, Texarkana, Texas. l-3-78tc Auction Sale at Frescott 1 o'clock Thursday, January 6. 1938," 2 cars of White face cattle and Hogs. Purtle Si Shackerfield Owners. Silas Sanford Auctioneer. l-3tp 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 said court this 13th day of December 1937. RALPH BAILEY (SEAL) Clerk. Dsc 13, 20, 27 Jan 3. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hboplc OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAM 1 SEE YOU'VE THE MEW YEAK IM LOW I'VE MADE UP MY AAISJD ' THAT YOU'RE <3OIWa TO P.IOE A JOB, IF VOU EXPECT TO GET FEED WITH YOUP, STALL THIS WIUTER—-SO GALLOP POWM MAIKI STREET ASJt? OPEN DOORS UMTIL YOU FIWO MISS OPPORTDSJlTY/ -,-'4ZZ m '•y GAD/ SHE'S I HIGH TEMPER/' ETTED NOT T£> AROUSE" HER IRE "FURTHER/ BUT, M'DEAR, WITH THE PROFITS OF MY LAST BUSINESS VENTURE, X SHALL. SEEK A NICHE THAT WILL FIT TH^ TALEKJTS OF A MAW OF MY * ^ SCIEMTIFIC KIC TRY 3 LIST GOJMcS WORK/ MAOOR? 1 0 COPft. t»J» 6Y NEA sY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I. XI " 1 f^9S*-&\_ T.JJ.REO. U.. S.PAT. / I'VE <3OT EKIJOVMeWT \ ' WHERE IT'S DRAWING ' DIVIDENDS.' L CAW'T WASTE MONEY OM SKATES AMD EXPECT TO OWM THIS LAKE SOME DAY- DON'T WOREV ABOUT ME- I'M HAVIMG MORE FUN) THAW YOU ARE.' J KKJOW HE WILL, FROM NOW OM~ HE'S RUIWIW' MV VOUMO LIFE, , WHILE I'M \ RUIWIW' MV D J.IFE.' T M. REC. u s P«T.OFF COPB. 1938 BV NCt SERVICE. INC, 1938 Mincing No Words ALLEY OOP By 1-1 MADE ^OhAt I coovoE<b FOR xoo. MR . NteVO COVES' \ t OF COOR6><t:,TrVtY r 1 ARtSi'T vi£RX 6OOD ,e>O\ "•«••" H 1 VAX \-i\WOVV , o\o ooc vy-A voo op TO 'T 6ET OKI THt GOOD 6\Ot TtVE OK«6'tO OVD &UT, I TELL VUH WE GOTTA STOP ' EM,' MV GO5H, x^ SAY - - DWOSAUCS ARE TOO I WHAD'YA THINJK. WE RIGHT, vou HAIRV-PAC&O LOLLVGOP, IP vou AIKJT MAW EWOUGH TO STOP 'EM, IAMJ ARE, MAGICIANS?? AUYWAV, LET 'EM CO AT IT- I ANT WORRIED ABOUT VALUABLE TO Nothing Stops Eeny COPR. 1930 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. s-* I'LL SHOW THESE /MOOVIAM MUGS HOW TO ( WIMD UP OWE OF THESE r ^ DIMOSAUE &RAWLS/ By MARTIN;; WASH TUBES 1^' {^ ;^.V*p * -. & Flirting With Danger COPS. 1938 BY NEA.SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF, C 1 Dancing Star HORIZONTAL I,'5 Dancer : pictured here. : 10 Bugle plant. 11 In. 12 Hint to a mystery 13 Exclamation. 15 To care for, 17 Flock.- 18 Melodic passage, 20 Exists. 21 To love excessively 22 Beast o! burden. Answer to Previous Puzzle 44 Stalk. 45 Deposits. 23 Fortified work 47 Neuter 26 Dress bottom. 28 More costly 30 Dress arm, 31 Distinctive theory. 32 Hog. 31 Fish. 35 Queer 3? God of war. 39 To perform. 41 Monkey. 43 Sound of surprise. pi-onoun. 43 Magistrate. 50 Shed as blood. 52 Well-bred woman. 54 Notice of a future marriage. 56 Stir. 57 Os. 58 His (pi.) was formerly his dancing partner. 59 Now he stars in motion t t* VERTICAL 2 Vexes, 3 Always. 4 One who dallieg (pi.) 5 Judgments. 6 Musical note. 7Funished with antlers. 8 Virginia willow. 9 Vocal composition. 12 He danced : professionally since . 14 Sickles. 16 He is famous for his . 19 Usefulness. 23 Invasion by police. 24 To abdicate. 25 Measure of area. 27 Golf devices, 293.1416. 32 Treeless plains. 33 Springing gait 36 Low caste in India, 38 Thing. 40 Pussy. 42 Helper. 44 Dispatched. 40 Coin slit. 49 Aeriform fuel. 51 Idant. 53 God of sky 55 South east. 57 Before Christ. ^ \l£NTLV, IM THE DEAD OF ^N\&HT, y/A£>H AND EASY SUP BACK TO CUTLASS \SLWD, AMD DROP OFF IM THE 0\MGY.i A ^AO^AE^^T LATER THEY'RE w A-bHORE. ~ FRIENDS so FAR,so GOOD.BUT WE'R& M N SPOT, PODNER.. WWOEVER IWHNBITi TW5 \SUNVlC> PLENTY HOSTILE—THEY'RE GOING TO-oHOOT FIRST, , D ,, UT WD INVESTIGATE LATER.. | R ^ u ^ /t I v\vNr\.5 By CRAP^E > -• ••—i Oil Is His Racket 3V. WE: JUST HEARD YOU .' BUT IM LOOklW<3 WHO ARE \OWMER YOU AMD THIS OUTFIT WHAT ARE YOU DOIWG TALK NESS MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE IM WOT THE OWMER,BUT I CAW SPEAK RDR HIM f V/HAT'S OW YOl MIWD AWD DOWN MAKE WORK , By BLOSSER MY BOY, EVERY OIL WELL RROM METRE- TO 2AW2IBAR KWOWS ME BY , \ PEPUTATIOM, AMD WMEM I VALK r-'H>D^ ¥ EE J UP ~ I ° 'EM J -|WE-C BEMD IM THE r-AP>e.pr-r-> MIDDLE AMD TIP THEIR CAPS ! BUT I THIWK THIS WE'LL IS CAPPED .' W %-sl aii,. .///,^Vr ••Gt ®> c j /y ^. .1938 BY HtA SERVICI~IHC A Water Attack EG U.S. PAT. OF! J ITEERIWG rAUTlOUSLV *THRU HIS \WIKJC50W. WILLIE STEEJJ WATCHES THE PREMEN) ON THE STREET BELOW UWLOA£> THEIR B3UIP- MEMT. WHAT A RE THOSE FOOLS POIfOG? THERE'S WOT A SIGN OF RRE AMVWHERE OM THE BLOCK.' By THOMPSON AND COU[ , A'5>THE GAMG STRUGGLES WITH THE LADDEE-, A POWERFUL STREAM OF y WATER, CEASHE.STHRU THE WIMDOW - THE CLOSET, MYI2A IS STARTLEP &V THE AMegV CptES OF WILLIE'g MOB- WHV, THERE'S \ *TEe COMING .k 1

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