Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 6, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE HOPE STA&, HOPE, ARKANSAS I ED "Tl* More You Tell, the Quicker You Sell" RATES OM time—2c word, talnltnum 9te Ttote. thn«s-3Mic word, ndfu Ste Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (2S times)—ISc word, minimum $£70 Rates are (or continuous Insertions only. In makinj word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.-thls Is tree, But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a loll word. For example: FOB KENT—Three-room modem (mulshed apartment, with garage* dose In. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone $999. Total, IS words, at Zc word, 3* for oue time; at 3&c word, 53c for tttree times, etc. NOTE: All Aiders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation ait bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Lets us that cotton—New O r rebuilt mattresses. HEMPSTEAD MATTRESS SHOP. 712 West Fourth. Call Paul Cobb. 6SS-M. 12-2-2Gtc Wanted Will Lead Ford Fight on NLRB Thursday, January 6,1938 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for PECANS, SCRAP IRON, METALS. FURS P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. «04 East 2nd Street, Hope, Ark. PHONE 40 13-26tc • LOANS ' Money to Loan on New Buildings, ..Repairing Homes in City Limits. Easy monthly payments. Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association. 10-26tc For Rent - FOR RENT—Three-room furnishe apartment with private bath and garage. J. A. Sullivan, 404 North Main ."street. ' l-26tc - -FOR RENT—Large front room, new- "ly furnished, joining bath, close in, 'rent reasonable. Apply Hillard's Cafe East Third street. 4-3tp For Sale ' MAGAZINE BARGAIN—American, Colliers, Woman's Home Companion, -all three 14 months for S4. You save $3.90. See Charles Reynerson, Hope jCity Hall. 5-3tc OUR BOARDING HOUSE with He fought and defeated the NRA in the famous Schechter case, and now the Ford Motor Co, has engaged Frederick Wood, New York attorney, above, to lead Ford's court battle against the National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB is expected to ask the U. S. Circuit Court for an order sustaining the board's recent decision demanding Ford cease anti-union activity ana reinstate .29 dis- '•Jiarged employes Today's Answori to CRANIUM CRACKERS -_ Mules, Mares, Jacks, Saddle Horses, j^lj stock guaranteed. We deliver in trucks free of charge. 516 West Broad, by Texas Viaduct. Windell Brothers, Texarkana, Texas. l-3-78tc Questions on Page One 1. Roger Bresnahan, New York • Giant baseball catcher, was known ! -popularly as the "Prince of TraLee. i. We can't see through clouds , h°«mme the rain globules reflect a "blanket" of light that shuts out the view above. i u. Frogs could live no longer inside a stone than other frogs, even if the imprisoned frogs had air and food. ' 4. Eurasian has come to mean any person of mixed Tsiatic and European blood. 5. Upon a plant exists a few cells, linking the plant with the-plant embryo. The cells are the "children," the embryo the "grandchildren" of the plant. FOR SALE—J. O. Bryan Blacksmith Shop, tools and equipment. See Bill ..Bryan, B. R. Hamm Motor Co. 5-3tp FOR SALE—Two city lots 100x163 feet. Good location 3 blocks from school. Terms may be arranged. F. H. Jones, Phone 144. 6-5tc FOR SALE—Three good used radios priced right. Automotive Supply Co. 6-3tc Lost Notice NOTICE—4 Photos for lOc. We enlarge from any kind of old picture. 25c to 50c. Located at Old Checker Pharmacy Bldg. 6_3t c Found TAKEN UP,Stray mare mule, weight about 800 pounds, color is brown. Noel Richardson, Emmet, Ark. 4.3tp Salesman Wanted A BILL ot= SALE/ IP YOU HAVE MEVBP, SEEM OKIE, THE REASON!, NO •DOUBT, IS THAT ANIV PURCHASE YOU MAY HAVE MADS WAS T=OR SUCH AN INSIGNIFICANT AMOUNT THAT A SIMPLE RECEIPT WAS ALL. THAT WAS WECESSARV/ KAPP- KAPP »**-7MAT PAPER PROVES MY OWNERSHIP OP AN INTERNATIONALLY KNJOWSJ IF YOU ASK ME/A RUBBER HEEL. LIKE YOU OUGHT TO MAKE > A OREAT / FLATFOOT' Major Hoople " T?ON'T FORGET TO W$ 8UTTOKI YOUR ^<t/': BULLET-PROOF VEST |2 ON—BACKWARDS/ MY \ UNCLE "PEACH WAS A /! PETECTIVE AND TH' ^; YEGbaS PRODDED 1 HIM WITH SO MUCH L.EA.D ' THAT WHEN HE PlECJ IT TOOK TEM PALLBEARERS TO PACK HIM OUT OF TH' PARLOR/ OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WE'RE TOO, ICK, BUT WE'RE, SITTINJ' DOWM DOIM' &OV, WHEN AH HAS TEE. RAISE BOTH FEET AT OWE TIME, AH DOANJ CALL PAT RIDIK) 1 / THE SIMGLE FOOTF.E- »3B BY Nft SrnviCf, IMC. T. M. PEC. U. S. PUT- OFF. A Shock to Boots By HAMLIN o\_o DR. ALLEY OOP '/X&i'*' II ' I f/%. ,COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REfc'G. 5.' Rawleigh Route now open. Real opportunity for man who wants permanent, profitable work. • Sales way up LOST—Young fox hound pup, three! this year. Start promptly. Write Raw-I months old, black with white mark-j leieh's, Dept. AKA-118-K, MemnhisJ .jngs. Phone 4. 4-3tc j Tennj . -C-ltp I POME AN NUMBER TWO W I'VE GOT THEM AISJT MUCH JOLE5 Y'WAMTED - WOW THERE'S AWHAT? OF HOW ARE VOL) GOMlW WITH THOSE WHEELS ? Progress By MARTIN ALL RIGHT, BOYS -MOW VMEVE ' GOT ALL TH' STUFF V.E'RE GOWMA MEED. LE'5 GIT &U5Y AM' GIT TH' RIG ASS&M&LED 'V ; : :'''''.Y$Vi MOW LEMME SEE.-OH, YES - MEXT, WE'RE COMMA HOLD THIS L06 UP ALL PA- "WASH TUBES YV,. ;r "iV-'""'V ."1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. ( AHHH/ THAT'S GREAT/ THE.RE. WE ARE, FOLKS— o \ BEHOLD, MOO'S « V FIRST CARRIAGE/ / LAUD 5AKES, EEWV.THAT'S WOMDERFUL.' v -_ v. Communist Hero HORIZONTAL i The first leader of the Communist state. € He was of Soviet Russia. 14 Banished persons. 16 To captivate 17 To relate. 18 Solitary, 21 Sinewy. 22 Musical note. 23 Flower parts. 25 Seventh note . ., In scale. 26 Court. 27 Laughter sound. 28 You and me 30 Measure of area. 32 Neck scarf, -34 To lift up. 36 Blackbird. 37 Russian village. 58 To' bury. 40 Silly. 42 Toward. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 Southeast, 44 Street. 45 Either. 46 Social insect. 48 Act of storing 54 Dined. 55 To ogle. 57 Angry. 58 Pleased. 59 Glow. 61 Poured accidentally 62 This helped establish the Russian Republic. 63 Requirement. VERTICAL 1 To permit. 2 Strives. 3 Egyptian river 4 Sick. 5 Northeast. 7 Chamber, 8 Observed. 9 VVithin. 10 Simpleton. 11 To eject. 12 Water wheels. 13 To attempt. 15 Perched. 19 Note in scale. 20 Compass point 23 Lampoons- 24 Suspicion. 20 The former Russian 'is named after him. 27 Sharpens as a razor. 29 Holy man. 31 His memory is by the Communists. 33 Pus>y. 35 God of war. 39 Opposed to ego. 41 Marked with spots. 47 To relate. 49 Duration. 50 Either. 51 Branches. 52 Preposition. 53 Exploit. 54 Genus of auks 56 Thing. 58 Cotton machine. 60 Sound of surprise. ANOTHER HOUSE ISLAND. I'M POSITIVE A Flash of Light, and THEM WHERE THE BLAZES CAN ) '*; HELGA ZNMTH'S PIRATE s —~~ ->. - GANJG BE HIDING? ( y'GOT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By CRANED S UDDENLY THERE'S A FLASH OF LIGHT. \ DOOR. OPENS I Out of the Jug „ T CLOSES, ®> AND THERE STANDS ' HELGA > 2MITH, IN PERSON? GUESS WHAT? j OH...OK f 1 THAT'S BAD/ UWCORKED . WHE:SJ D|D IcUTTt-E'V 0 ^^ S^A ^Bourrr, GOWWA KEEP WALklWG t HIM IM JAIL DowM J F^P A LOW<3 ELM V- TIME ! STREET t 5^ FRECX....OLD MAM / I KMov/ IT .' HE SCLrTTLE IS IN ) PASSED ME OW THE TOWN ,'.' JSTREET AMD GREETED ME LIKE AM OLD FRIEMD / MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE ^ <ztt By BLOSSERI , iTa MISS MORTH, EVIDENCE AMD EVERVTHIMG- , BUT MS' REALMANAF-. 1=. &RAV5OM ...I'M A SPECIAL A&EMT-A"T"A\A,M AMO WE \ SURE OWE A LOT TO VOU \ AMD LAKIE.' CPUICK- CALL AM AM&ULAWCE! John Clears His Irentity r fM AWOTHEti MOMEMT ALL TRAFFIC IS |J HALTER A 1 -, A POLICE AM&ULAKIC& FL GEE, AN WE KID3 WERE THE OWES WHO HAD HIM SLUWQ IWTO JAIL HOW FAR CAM YOU BROAD JUMP WITH A PIAMO OM YOUR SHOULDER ? COPR. 1930 BY HE* SCR By THOMPSON AND COLL ASHESTHRU THE STREETS ..... :' /HOW DID VOL) x i HAPPEKI TO MAKE \\iAI YOU * 1 THAT RAID WHEW l«f SHCX3T DID, M P.. M THAT FlRE CbRAYSOM? Vi"*? &OX, 1n'=--i/— '^-— — A MISS -|J JP-—^nX WORTH?/— FIRE&OX? NO...I KK1EW WOTHIM&... IT MUST HAVE &EEKJ JACK- OF COURSE.' AMD NOW THE POOR. CHAP'S A HERO AMD POESW'T AMVTHIMO ABOUT IT -

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