C^^wp';- 1 ' MHMttKUtj] » , P,-CT X / ^ ' * * Saturday. Pl^bey 28^.1|Sl $fy By WILLIAMS " r. Writer •iiitr iiiiirniiliiii'i I eagle of skill 41 Banner. •12 Secured. •13 To weep. 44 Ancient. 48Mooley :tpple. 47 Hour. 45 Wing. 49 Form o( "b«,' 51 3.1416. 52 He created the Forsyte (pi.). 54 French coins. 56 Nagger. 57 He was — VERTICAL 2 Indolent. 4 Baseball team. 5 To depart. 6 To gratify. 7 Mineral spring. SYou and I. 9 Bye. id To regret. 11 Russian •rulers. 120.' thl«. 14 Musical note. iiJHe was sue- cesstul as a —* (pi.). 18 To separate from othera. 20 To discflml- nate. 22 Hoisted. 25 Puts on. 2SBow8. 30 To oat sparingly. 31 To erase. 33 Acidity. 34 Bashful. 36 Sloping 33 Hoisting math Inc. 39 Therefore* 40 Killed. 43 Dressed. 45 To trail. 48 Every. 50 Measure of cloth. 52 Company, 53 Senior. .54 Musical note. 55 The tone B. Sell ft! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! ' <• : " in the Hope Star MARKE1 PLACE % '• '•'•'. Remember, the more you tell, the 5 _ . quicker you sell. ; ", 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c / 'For, consecutive insertions, minim™ " mum <rf 3 lines in one ad ' < 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6, times, 5c line, min. 90c ?fi- times, 3V& line, min. 52.70 CAverage S'/i words to the line) NOTB—Want ads will be accepted with 'the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statemerft, before the first, publication. "• : • % . . Phone 768 STORIES IN CEDAR OF LEi3ANON WANTED . LOST—Square, yellow gold wrist watch. "Betty Aull" engraved on beck. Reward for return to Hope Star office:, - . 3t-dh • WATTTED—Good iaodie and harness. Will trade for good mule or horse. Bring th'em in. Tom Carrel. 27-3tp TRADE FQB TRADE—93 acre farm good land, trade for business property and grocery. Write W. I. Haley, Dermott, Ark. 19' 6t P ' FOR SALE FOR SALE—Horses and mules, Sec C. H. Sutton at Sutton and Hale Service 5 Station, Hope. Ark. 12-26tp FOR SALE— At once, one four and one 'six room hoube, furnished or un- j furnithed. Cheap. 621 South Fulton' 27-3tp _ "FOR, SALE- 25 pure bred White Leghorn laying pullets. At Bargain,! ArtHur Rogers, Hope, Route 1, 28-ltp j Want U Printed RIGHT? l»ve a printing Dtt you, snd you'U , oomieaJ, high quality job. What- you* needs, we can serve Star Publishing COMPANY "Printing That Stokes W Impression" OUT OUR WAY By AHERN '^^rt^"W^rt^^fc«^Uim(iiiii«ii»^«i»"»^«*^^'"*™" l '" — ^^"™~~~~ OUR BOARDING HOUSE T'S cuTTtm TPJ/ rr/ AKI eG^Vrr's BOF; WOL&S OH/BY TUfc <bOOt> YOU #5OO YOU'D WEST \M LW, TMAT MG DlONt VOU CAW OUT AMD BAD, BUT UNTIL. TMGV OQ WE'LL JUST TO TAKE rr PER TW MACHINES SH&WTLV HOL£, BUT ^DfcM HOWLS CLUP I'ti GG-G-- 5VIAPED WELL- : HOULDN'T' ~ SGG WOWJ (T CAM J \N AT THE HOUS& TOfAOWROW tu VfeSY COWolOGRAtfe i KNOCKING, ' ERNEST/ If, 1935 BY NCA SERVICC. INC. T. M. BEO. U. S. PAT. Off, bOUTS AND HER BUDDIES ^^*s?3&¥£$-i iif&<or..j>v<> > r. •. By HAMLIN Grounded ALLEY OOP WHASSA MATTER WITH THIS POOL THING? GIDDLTY GOLLY-ICAUT DO AKIVTHIMG WITH IT/ ISUTTMAT t IAOMOECFUL.' HE'S DOiM' \ TRICKS / BE OOIN FOR US/f TRICKS-BU i \T LOOKS T'ME AS IF HE'S OUTA COWTCOL/ By NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RES. U. P,PAT._OFF * &&AM By CRANE / WE'VE ALREADV POME |T. ") ( f W'OW PRIVE TO THS\ VJAIUJN EL HQV&._J " ybQ A'IMT COPS THEIR 6UUS, POPXlER. BAWM/MIUB, IW THE WP-KOAKI6IL , HOVO, WERE HASM'T ge£KJ AW ARRT IM 6 MOMTM5, THE OAJL HA6 BEEM TURNED IMTO A MOT6U y^CE IS RAMPAMT: HALLS RUM WKSUT AMP DAV. R6Hr5,AKJC> EVEU klULIM65 x ARE By BLOSSER Going Modern FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHAT CON- ^ warTHATSO GEE, SANDY, T Tifw. , t r-\ /rrri \ GOSH SANDY-. \TES,SIR' I DECIDED TO BE MODERN I CAME TO SEE A MAN NAMED )S ^ ' REALLY J YOU BOYS GAVE ME A LOT OF CANT GET-USED TO YOU WITHOUT YOUR WHISKERS/ NEW IDEAS ....AMD GOING TO THE SANOfCLAUS, 7 yoUNG YOU....YOU j ME THAT APPEMDAGE TO THAKIK HIM FOR SOME OF THE PRESENTS HE SAVE M£ ! DONTLOOK < MUCH) LIKE THE ) WUTT y I SAME MAN! By COWAN Made to Order THE NEWFANGLES (MonVn_Pgp) JEST KEEP FOULOWIN . p ROWING in groves up the west- j ^ern slope of Ml.-Lebanon, in a country rich In Biblical lore, is the famous cedar of Lebanon, the beautiful tree which Is referred to so often in the Scriptures as a symbol of power, prosperity, and long life. Thlft mighty evergreen grows on sandy, loamy soil to a height of from 50 to 80 feet and at an elevation of about 6000 feet above nea level. The wood, reddish-brown and Iragrant. is not so hard and strong as other cedars, and for this reason it Is believed that the "cedars" for masts, mentioned in the Bible, were actually pine trees. The Cedar of Lebanon also grows. on high slopes of the Taurus and Anti-Taurus mountains in Asia Minor, and is cultivated in Kurnpc for ornamental purpoKes only. Two different Ktamp.s of Lebanon, now a mandate of France, illustrate this tree. The stamp shown here was isHiied In 1930. (Copyright. li»35, SKA Service. Inc.) Washington Mrs, Tom Ridgdill of Little Rock is spending the holidays with her auntt, Mias Ella Monroe and Mrs. Pink Horton. Ntrs. Cecil Wimberly and baby of Nashvillo arc the Christmas guests of Mrs. Subiu Barrow. Frank May of Memphis came home Sunday to spend ChrisUnas with his family. Mrs. Ruby Wilson and MifiS Ruby Maxine Lively of Mansfield, are spend ing the holiday seas«,.i with Mr. and Mrs. Madi.son Wilson and the Lively I family, I C. E. Haworth of Ri.sen, Arkansas visited his brother T. B. Haworth on Sunday. Mrs. T. B. Haworth, Mrs. Jane Hulsey, Mrji. Sam Briant and Miss Hazel Parsons spent Monday afternoon in Hope. Miis Ruby Johnson of Blc-vins is tho gutbt of Miss Mary Sue Stingley this i Mr. and Mrs. Luther Caudle and children of Bodciiw were the Sunday! guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Card, i Mrs. Ruby Kolb Aylette and little daughter Bettie Jo of Little Rock were visiting frieruls here this week. i Bolla and J. T. Scoggins of Tcxar- j kana are the Christmas guests of their -, sister; Mrs. Jimmy May and the May I i family ' V fck.
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