FAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, January 10, 1986 By WILLIA By AHERN OUT OUR WAY AWRI6HT, I'M PUMB TO DO THIS MOW TELL ME 1 , WHAT'S IDEA OP VOU ME TO PUSH VOU r SITT/N' " ,CAN MOU T-ANCY THE fWt A fV\\©ERNBLE LOAN OF ^r # "25,000,TO T-INANCE CAY TOUNt) YOUP, SH\KY TWtY * ONE YOU VALUED AT MV SKAT6S ER DULL AW'I'M ALWAYS FALLIW' ELECTRIC UGVAT \NVESn\ON ) TAW- SA\T3 THEY WOULDNT BE "RESPONS\BLE TOR TV-V "REL^C, \P \T GOES THRU THEiR CHEESE.* THE. T}ETA\V_«S> OT- rAY GLASS ELECTR\C U6VAT AND THEN SA\\tD \T PANTASTIC ANt> HOT A PLAGUE •MW<zm fV\A50R SAYS H\S HWR ISN^T GRAYING -v IT MUST T3E ICE-"BOX BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES An Old Friend By MARTIN \T Rt^.U-Y YOO —OR O^trXM ? e^tf^N-i. TO M\5TER X TV\t X'6 OKi \T6 '. 1936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. '.T^M^RECJJ.J.,?^. OfF. By HAML1N ALLEY OOP More Mystery HOYKAWOW MEVER Y'MIKJQ.YA BIG BUGGYWUP GRAB AHOLT ^>-v AN' C'MON UPV/ ' WHUT5 IDEA GOTTA OUTA WELL, WHUT \t>; ii)36 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Of WASH TUBBS By COWAN| Easy Changes His Mind / MEAIMT) MAW/ME ~\ IT'S A QOOP TM/MS-TOO, VOU PAP-6URNEP VWAT SETTLED nw PER kMo^Berrep^iss 1 /. IF YOU W/AS SHERIFF OF EL HOVQ) IT. T'M CC ACTTCD / LJc'cr I dA\//l. 11 / U/C/r~) /"I IO I//-10I— rrAr-i<r- Aill rj/i»l i mi I I T. . .* ' • , , , ot WAIT/W6 FOR yOU OW THE COURTHOUSE SHERIFF, AFTEC/ HE'S LEAV/M 1 WE'D CLIP VORE EAP?S AM' G>UM VOU ALL? OIVM -I'LUMg OUTA THE STATE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The "Dynamite" Arrives By CRANE GEE X HERE IT X STAWP BACK,BCYS...IF COMES, WITH THE ) THERE'S DYWAMITE DYMAMITE,'/ y-/ OW THAT TRAIKJ, I'M THE OKIE V/HO V_ GETS IT.'/ IT AWT THEY GOT SOME7HN' IF YOU V/At^TA SEE ALL I kWOW \ MEA.N R>R (T ! IT SEMT ABOUT HANDLING IKI THE BAGGAGE THE WILDEST, RGHT- TO BE /CAR, THE LIKE OF THAT \ POOR GUS OUR IN'EST BUNDLE OF FURY YOU EVER LAID DYWAMrTE BAGGAGE MAM, LATE, W HICH IVE WEVER JOE..,. / SEEM...IT SLOWED RETIREMENT 10 BE OVUM EYES ON GO BACK ONE'S J FOR A WEEK.,.. BEEW \ T>^AT'S V/HY V/E TALKIW' ) HAD TO STOP J ABOUT AND COLLECTED ,AND TAKE A LOOK AT IT.',' COLLECTED/ j>f :-^s > N \>' -, / 4> 4' ••^-:n, l -«r' .( A THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Out in the Cold By BLOSSER YOUR BED? CWFiSU IS \/ YEAU- BUT SLEEPING IN IT- YOU TOOK \ Y/HBRE. AhA I THE INSTALA-fAENT MONEY, I SUPPOSED AND TUE ^NSTAl_L^AE^lT / TSLEEP ? TOOK. HIS BED THATS WMAT A. GUY GETS FER BEIN' MONEST A.NJD PAYIN WS DEBTS / ^/ IT LOOKS A-o IF ITS ANY OLD PORT IN SNOWSTOPfvN. FER ^^ - •. 1336 BY NEA SEIr.'lCC, IMC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT Off American Actress OUR BOARDING HOUSE Answer to Pi-cvloiit 1 Who is the actress in Hie picture? It To exist. 12 To wander. ••1.1 List. 14 Point. 16 Prophet. 15 Plcco of network. 20'Evergreen I fee. 31 Mnlo fowl. 23 Police foray*. 21 Husbnntl or wife. 25 To bend the hnee. 27 Anxieties. 2S Capuchin monkey. 2!) i)ove'.s home. 30 Dye. 32 Pronoun. 34 Cireatest in number. 3STo direct. 40 To lift up. 42 Earthy matter. 43 Dress coat ends. House canaries .1 Social insect. Pendent. 4 Cry for help. 5 Musical note. fi Ventilates. 7 Morning. Northeast. S She is a U star. She is known m for her -——•. n VKUTICAI, •Cantaloupe. 15 Kailroad. .17 Electrified particle. To affirm, nounclury. Fetid. ^S'ritinK implements. Small cask. Neuter pronoun. (irud.ee. She acted in " Sharp." Kinglet. Frozen desserts. 1J> Note in scale. -'0 Food. -2 Sheep-eating parrot. -I Door ru£. -'S Steamer. ~il This picture fs in . 2fl Eccentrii.: wheel. "I Mohammedanism. :::' Chair. :::i Skirt edge. :!5 To nndermine. :'.ti Cravats. "7 Escutcheon hand. H9 Invigorating medicine. •II Itocky. •4:! Part of n school year. 44 Handle. 4fi Exists. 4t; Lei,-. 47 Haw. 50 Pastry. r.l Ace. 54 Form oC "a." . 56 Chaos. 666 Liquid-Tablets Salve-Nose Drops checks COLDS and FEVER first day- Headaches in 30 minutes Porter: "Miss, your train is — " Precise Passenger: "!\Ty man, why do you .saj 'your train' yhen you know it belongs to the railway company?" Porter: "Dunno, Miss. Why do you say 'my man' when you know I be-! long to my wife?" Adam: "Eve, you've gone and put my dress suit in the salad again." Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope S'ar MARKET PLACE Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, mm. 30c For consecutive insertions, minim- mura of 3 lines in one ;id 3 times, lie line, niin. 50c 6 times, ac line, min. 90e 26 times. 3'sc line, min. J2.70 (Average 51-j words to the linej NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 For All Kinds of INSURANCE Sec Roy Anderson and Company Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. NOTICE Stop That Cough WITH The best remedy for simple coughs and gastric fermentative we have. 8 oz. Bottle 60c JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phono 63 Hope, Ark. Established 1885 NOTICE—The Fuller brush man is in town. If he fails to find you at home call Turner's Boarding house. Phone 32. 8-3tp Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. WANTED | WANTED — Furnished apartment i with private bath. Phone 120. -l-3tc j WANTED TO TRADE WANTED TO TRADE - A 35 Horsepower Boiler for a 20 or 2.") horsepower boiler. Mary E. Austin, j Blevins, Ark. 10-3tp CAR GLASS CUT AND GROUND TO TIT ANV CAR BRYAN'S Used Parts •111 South Laurel Street Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. WANTED TO BUY i WANTED TO BUY: An oil stove cheap. Must be in good condition. Mrs. Ella Gold, Washington. Ark. 10-3ti>. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Comfortable bed room, with adjoining b;ith and clote in. Phone 505-W. 9-3lc FOR . RENT—Furnished apiirtmeni with private bath. Phone 118-W 8-3t|j Attend the Auction in Hope Saturday. FOR RENT—Two nice sleeping rooms, reasonable and clo.se in 423 South Main street. 10-3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—A Bargain in u five foot bath tub, with tank and heaU-r. See Vincent Foster. 10-2ip FOR SALE—At biirgi.iii.-,. six sood young rnul'.'.s, brvkc mid work double. H. W. Tiinberlakt, Washington. Ark.. Route 1. 9-''-tp FOR SALE--Out Thousand YOUJI.-^ Berry Pltin.s for iinintdiatu delivei'>. Worlds finest flavored bc-rry cro^i.-.J bttiveen the Log;ui (jury ;;nrl D(.v.- berry. Avtragt- 3ti -eiet't bcirie.s lo th/j quart. Al.so 5(KJ October Clint! Klcriie Puath Seecllintis from old time trtcs. H. D. Coffuuin. Erljst-v/of.d ;uid Sixth iUt-L-t. Hopt.-, Ark. f n'l the Auction in Hope $:ilui'fliv Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a iirinlini; i-\|)vrt cull on you. and you II h.i\c a n eco- nomicid. liifjli i|ii.ilit.v juti. \Vluit- ever your needs, uu can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY "I'liufiiiji Thut Mukts an Impression"
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