Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 6, 1936 · Page 4
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Chinese Statesman HORIZONTAL 1,3 Chinese diplomat In A fterfca. 6 he was for- tnerly China's to V. S. A. 13 Foreigners. 15 Tenfold. 16Typ« standard. ITOffered. IS To debnrk 19 Deity. 21 Period. 23 Correspondence. 24 Wing. 25 Consumes. 2T Narrative poem. 28 Decides. 30 To elude. 31 Chamber. 32 To soak tlax. 33 MellS. 35 Soul. 37 Electrified particles. 39 Let It stand. 40 Unit. Answer to l*rcvlous l*\u/.lt« 4t High-sound- ins words. •IS Before. •47 Northeast. •IS Uncommon 49 To peruse. 51 Structural unit. 52 Man's blouses 54 To implant flee p. 56 His title is now (pi.) VEKTir.U, 2 Branched. :i Kinsman. •I Eagerness. "• Finished. 7 Unoccupied. S Close. !> Wayside hotels.' 10 Sorrowful. 11 Transpose labbr.). .12 Cover of uio eye. 11 To harden. 16 He received his In America. 20 Mangled. 22 Earth formation. 24 Source of phosphorous. 2fi WintiT rains. 27 Lays smooth. 29 Cry for help 30 Age. IM Sharpens as a razor. 36 Worth. 3S Fissure of liver. It Feather 42 Muddle. 43 Region. 44 To deliver 15 Hootstock. 45 Brink. 50 Drone bee. 53 Laughter sound. 55 Bone. the shaft ar Stop That Cough WITH CHERROSOTE The best remedy for simple coughs and gastric fermentative we have. 8 oz. Bottle 60c JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone 63 Hope, .Ark. Established 1383 For All Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson and Company T O L-E--T E X OIL COMPAffY Special—5 Gal. Hi-Grade <M gQ Day and Night Lube Oil Phone 370 Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- muni of 3 lines in one ad 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3',ic line, min. $2.70 (Average 5M: words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding thut the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 WANTED—HEADING BOLTS White Oak—Whisky and" Oil grade. Overcup, Post Oak and Red Oak. Round Sweet Gum Blocks. For prices and specifications, See HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. LOST LOST—Box containing brown purse, meat, and book, between Hope and Stamps. Reward for returning to Eurael Bell, 515 South Laurel. 6-3tp ! FOUND FOUND-Black shoe, newly half- sold, and rubber heeled. Owner may claim by paying for this ad. 3-3tdh WANTED WANTED — Furnished apartment! with private bath. Phone 120. -!-3tc j WANTED TO TRADE—My Chevrolet truck for any size acreage on high- Way near Hope at once. Tom Carrel 3-Dtp WANTED—Four foot cord wood, j Dry. Hope Steaw Laundry. 3-,'iip WANTED—Five topics Reed & j Kellogg's Higher Lesson*. We buy old books, Religious and Hi>,toricul. Jas. H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington,! Phone 669 J. 3-::u: I Real Dry Clea n ing lengthens wear also keeps apparel immacula t e and dean. MAN OB WOMAN Wanted to supply customer.-; with famous Watkins Products in 1'rc.scuit. ffo investment. Business established. earnings average ?23 weekly, pay starts immediately. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 70-86 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis. Tumi. ~ FOR RENT ~~" FOB RENT—Nicely furnished hod- room in desirable home. Phone 655-W or Phone 86. 6-3tc FOR SALE FOR SALE—Horses and niulei. See C. H. Button at Sutton and Hale Service Station, Hope, Ark. 12-26tp FOR SALE OR RENT-6 room house. Call 834. 3-3tc: FOR SALE: Co^ipluie hou.sehold i furnishings. Like nt-v/. Pinx-hiM' August. 1935. Will .sell at substantial [ discount rather than .ship North. Sale: | Wednesday and Thursday. January 8th and 9th. 21 r J We.st 6lh Street. Dr, E H Terwillisrr. ( >--^ Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call mi you. and you'll have an eco- nomiful. high (juulily job. Whatever yuur needs, we can serve Iliein. Star Publishing COMPANY 'Trliiling Thut IMukes an HOPE STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE Monday, January C By AHERN OUT OUR WAY YOU MY-COUS\N~^ M ASKS ME, TROUBLE YOU THt ^AV \NVtNT\ON ' ELECT PAC \N THt. ID SAY THEIW COP WMGEeeee/ SWELL/ -k THEY'LL. BE USEFUL. WHEN THEY "BURN OUT /- tAY. WORI5, HOW L\GHTS BUN OUT OVERTHE --YOU ASSOCIATING W\TH A. POTENTIAL _ . WV4\P WITH COUV.'D BL PLAYED L\KE A TLUTE—THEN < AA_ONG _~ ? ' /-6 r.'l«l« BV NCA SER ICE. INC. T. M. EEC, T. M KCY U. S P,»7, Off. <!, 1)14 PI MA SERVICC. IN VCO'RG AS OLD A5 YOU FEGL" Ditched By MARTI BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES . AV\V\. OOT 'vO ^ANX'btXJ'F :^T(J11936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. 0 He Knows His Ropes ALLEY OOP By HAMLI ' HELPJ EVERV&ODr! GRAB 'IM/ LOOKOUT/ HE'S GITTIW' LOOSE/ WEGOT us A GOOD WHILE- HE WAS PROSPECTINJG A " 5TP2ANGE JUNGLE, A LOOP SLITHERED DOWN OVEG ALLEY OOPS SHOULDERS 1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 6. PAT. By COWAN Nominated WASH TUBES It's ABOUT THAT \OU, IT AIKVT THAT , _.I/BLWO. . , C3/7TIN' A BAP MAMS WE QCT TO STOMP OUT; THIS HEAH LAWuesSKJESS! SLKAW'WE FlfiUft^P FELLED TO DO TH' VVMIPPBP THE TOIVM BULLViJl'P TOO. SPLENDID. SPLEMDID./A LITTLE FI6HT I HAP,SUM— VOL) SEETHE «. . «-. ,— ,. ,* . / . .—...-.- . .-, / -i-. , . , (-,' m/r-»i i/f* ^TT*A r>f IT* -r /u/Ai. rK^" C/XM I TV- •3REAT V/ORK.GREAT WORK. SURE APPRECIATE IT. I" PIPM'T START /T.I-yWAWTS VOU TO (?UW FUH BV THE W/AV, MEET AB /TALK " \VIL5OW, MEAD OFTME" fH/ITH VtfL! LAIV AWC? ORDER ^ CAPTAIN. ^ COMMITTEE. And How! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENUb THAT'S S7R AK)GE.' I GOT A WIRE FROM MY UHCLE: SAYIWG HE WAS SHIPPING OWE HUMDPED POUWDS OF DYNAMITE TO HY BROTHER AMD ME.... IT'S JO COME IN OH THE 5 = 15" .'/ -i i THERE MUST BE SOME MISTAKE! THEY'D NEVER ALLOW FT ON THIS RAILROAD .' AT LEAST, NOT IF THEY KNEW WHAT IT WAS. 1 ARE YOU SURE IT'S REALLY DYMAMITE ? BUT RAIL- ' V/ELL, *F YO'J DON'T THINK SO,-YOU SHOULDA ; ! ! SEEN THE WAY MOM BLEW UP WHEN WE GOT THE WIRE: .'/ ROADS DON'T k CEF ™. WLY ! IS THE 5:15 A A HABIT \ W/ TRAIM....IT'S OF SHIPPING A THROUGH DYNAMITE ON PASSENGER TRAINS, DO THEY ? / TRAIN TO . CHICAGO/ ' i . ' . [/ ^ . i * i CU- 'V A.•••.!< .=.-jJlrF" A ^» ' ? (\m ' By BLOSSER Rub-a-Dub-Dub THE NEWFANGI!ES (Mom'n Pop) IF YO PINK AM'M VVASMIN' ALL DAY ( AN'DE NIGHT, TOO, VOU'S CRA^ZY/ rAAN! IS AW SNNART! IF . WAU LITTLE Rurus YOU w^^JT^ DO SOME EXTRA KND EM?N SOWS E N\OMEY,EU? NUFFIM EBBER TURNS OUT DE WAY AM FlGGERS KNOVv'O DE Tf?lCV\ AW'S PLAYIN' ON HER - TSH ! TSU ! SCUOOL BOOKS, A\N AU COULD TAKE UOME AN MAVE IT FUST FlNO IN DE ^^

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