Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 4, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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-, "Tli*. More You Tell, th« Quicker ! You Sell" - RAXES . OM ttat 2c wprd, minimum Me thtM'.timc9-3ftc word, mUL 50c Six tltaes—Gc word, minimum 90« One month (2fi times)—18c word, minimum J2T78 ••tea ate foe continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this Is {see. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts a* a full word. For example: EOR BENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, clou in. Bargain. ;/. V. Blank, phone 99)9. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 3»c for one time; at 3&c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All -rdera. placed by telephone are due and payable upon ]*esentaUnn at bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered HOLD EVERYTHING — Old Beds, New Beds. For Christmas can you beat it §4.50 to ?9,50. Come and see Kempstead Mattress Shop, West Fourth St. Call Paul Cobb, 65S-M. 12-2-26tu HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS To day's Answer* to CRANIUM CRACKIRS .Questions on Page One 1. A peanut is n closer relative of the bean and pea family than o£ the nut family; 2. Mt. Lnssen is the only active volcano in United States. 3. Silence greeted Lincoln's address. Tile hearers were too moved to applaud. Lincoln believed he had failed. 4. Civil death is the deprivation of all civil rights, usually applied to criminals sentenced to life imprisonment. 5. A dozen of eggs will weigh on the average, between 23 and 25 ounces. Notice Auction Sale at Prescott 1 o'clock Thursday, January 6, 1938, 2 cars of White face cattle and Hogs. Purtle & Shackerfield Owners, Silas Sanforcl Auctioneer. l-3tp OUR BOARDING HOUSE with -THAT'S OFP/ TW' OWLY (f!P A ^^ THIM<3 ME ^DETECTIVE AE WAS Found TAKEN UP.Stray mare mule, weight ibout 800 pounds, color is brown. Noel Richardson, Emmet, Ark. 4.3tp FOUND-A Poland China hog -eighing 125 Ibs. Owner can get hog >' paying the ad. and other expenses, ee A. P. East. 4-Up CORE'S RADIO SERVICE 208 South Elm, Phone 3T«3 Radio's, Batteries, Tubes Repair work guaranteed. 29-26tp Wanted HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. oU4 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 18-26tc LOANS Money to Loan on New Buildings, flepairing Homes in City Limits. Easy nionthly payments. Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association. 10-26tc For Rent FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment with private bath and garage. J. A. Sullivan, 404 North Main stre et- ^ l-26tc FOR RENT—Large front room, newly- furnished, joining bath, close in, rent reasonable. Apply Hillard's Cafe East Third street. 4_3t p ^ For Sale " FOR SALE—One portable brooder house, one simplex brooder stove and one 300 egg incubator. A bargain. Gash or trade. Chas. H. Locke, Ozan Ark - l-3tp Walked Out on Millions f -.(KW AMD YOU WAS TO LOAD A SUDS TRUCK AMD TAKE ~TH' OWLS OM A TWO- WEEKSTOUR WHEM CO WE TALLY HO HEAP, YOUR •DETECTIVE EGAD, BEMTLEY/ WITH MY SCOTLAWT? YARD EXPERIENCE BY AGENJCY ROADSIDE KEMMEL-S Major Hoople OUT OlfR WAY Tuesday, January 4, Iff L. ""'''• 1 » 38 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off; BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES r—j "sr/S'"' ?• ITHE AAA3OK IS IMTERESTEP= By WILLIAMS FOR SALE—Acreage, some improved, close in, Lewisville highway. Beautiful 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 Lost LOST—Black female setter with whit* nose. Steve Atkins, phone 201 or 809. 3i_ 3tc •' ' LQST—Young fox hound pup, three .months old, black with white markings. Phone 4. 4-3tc Individualist, Bret Hardesty boasted that he wouldn't marry the- richest girl in the world, even had he the chance. And then unexpectedly the chance came. Did he change his mind? You'll find the answer in Adelaide Humphries' exciting new serial story Beginning—• Soon in Hope Star MAOt -Vr\\S VOR. ME ? vO£U_ ^ ALLEY OOP Still Sore LOOK, POP, LOOK/ \ HE'S A NATURAL/ HE'3 GOT A KICK LIKE A YOUNG MULE, IN BOTH HANDS/ WATCH, MOW - vVATCH. HEAD VE5 .3112, AMD HE LOVES IT, TOO/ YOU'VE GOT TO LOVE A THING TO WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY! R. l»38 BY HE* SERVICE. IMC \ G.T-\ O'.'-'tPVbt HOOF "TO TAWS By HAMLIN "V OV.O uw.tvx ft£> V.OO\<\Ki<b £ AW OAX , OKJS WOULD V.OOW GOOD "VO YOO HUH: ^'PON'^ NEED T'WORW V'GOMMA \ ABOUT DlWMV/ HE'LL STAWD BACrSAM 1 \THAT SHE GITS WHAT LET HER GIT AWAV >. COMIW WITHGIVIW'OL'DIMMV Dinny Gets Told WASH TUBBS DOKJ'T C-rlVEMETH'EVILEVE^ you &IG FREAK;GO OVER ' THERE AM' 5IDDOWW UM- TILINEED YUH-'G'WAKI, ' GIT COIM' TORE I CLOUT VAAGIW.' _COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. 3. PAT. OFF.' By MARTIN ALL RIGHT, MOW- EVERVBODV FROIOT AM 1 CENTER./WE GOT WORK TO DO. 1 ( Egypt's Future Queen HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle - ..-I, 5 The bride' to-be of the King of Egypt. 12 Writer's mark. 13 Prophet ^14. Theme of a talk. 16 Indian. 17 Instigates. 18 Platter 19 Males. 20 Evergreen tree 21 Ocean. 22 Mister. 23 Defaults, 25 Railroad. 26 Basketry twig. g^Spain. _39 Distinctive theory. 30 To opine. n 32 Electric unit. »34 Russian emperors. 36 Form of "a." 37 Rodent. 39 Cavalryman/ 42 Drinking cup. 43 Frost bites. 45 Poem. 46 Ai'madillo. 48 Land right. 49 To daub. 51 On top of. 53 Her future husband is called King 55 Unoccupied persons. 57 Language of the Lapps. 58 .She changed to . VERTICAL 1 Mothers. 2 To press. 3 To observe. 4 Street. 5 Striped animals. 6 Rubber 7 Kindled. 8 Neutar pronoun. 9 Fish. tree. her first name 10 Honeybee genus.. 11 Stair parts. 12 She is a — 15 She is appearance. 17 Ozone. 20 Woods. 23 To encounter 24 Story incidents. 27 Idant. ' 29 Within. 31 To damage. 33 Strapped slipper. 35 Chamber. 36 Eos, goddess of dawn. 38 Hair ornair 40 Tiny vegc 41 Sun god. 42 Married. 44 To plump. 47 Sanskrit dialect. 48 Preposition. 49 Snow shoe. 50 Inlet. 52 Postscript. 54 Above. 56 Doctor. in FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By CRANE: One of the Gang A HIDDEN BOAT.' HEY/ 50MEBOOVS OM THIS ISLAND THAT AIMT GOT NO BUSINESS HERE. UKE BLAZES VME .' HERE'S MY PROPOSITION ! You CAM'T LOSE: ? i TAKE OVER THE: WELL, START IT PUMPIMG AMD WHEW SHE STAFT PUMPIWG I GET /WHAT'S A Deal A CUT. YOUR CUT? ^ EVERY TWEMTIETH BARREL GOES TO ME, FOR LABOR .' I XMGV/ TWE MARkET AMD V/E CAW GET A GOOD PRICE FOR THE OIL .' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE HOW MUCH MOWEY WOULD IT TAkE! TO GEIT STARTED AtSOUT FIVE BUCKS! WELL. WEED ELECTRICITY HERE AMD RJEU FOR THE MACHIWERY....I' CAW GET EVERYTHING ELSE IW SHAPE MYSELF ,' By BLOSSEit 6V THE DREKiCHlMG FORCE OF THE u FRIGID WATER FKOMTHE FIAE HOSE, WILLIE'S MO&STEC.S ATTEMPT TO DASH FOR THE- EOOF&UT- —jff^ W//& ^^\W/.^) ^ '' / ' zr/w' •? W^M 'r&s?*^-? /"^; } Sfo&,. ^s^n ;* Oi_ -v f -^ t ^» ''* ^ ^"^ HA-HA .'LOOK AT THE PKOWMGD RATS THIS IS MORE FUN THAM OUR AMMUAL. BALL; 'Somebody's Gonna Pay!" S .JASLi^O Vvi ih KAGE, WILLIE FIGHTS HIS WAV TO THE POOP- THAT LEAPS TO THE STAINS - By THOMPSON AND C I SONAEBODV HAS \ CROSSED ME AMD ) HELP/ LET US OUT OF HERE/ THE CLOSET'S FILLING W)TH

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