Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 18, 1936 · Page 14
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Famous Poet Answer to Previous Puttie shore. IglAiLlLtilCU ana niinn HH' m mnn M KJ AMELIT, ALII' anas HUB HUB HBaHHaH HBE MB aara n fiHK Git H nan giara ranci i: arann aaraHH nara ISir]TjY(~ but Bl The reason. 3 Boundary, 'popular. 53 To opine. ", •» Having toes. 64 Myself. :, G Laughter 56 Disordered j| sound, state. £?>' 7 Distinctive 57 Nurse. "** : theory. 59 Me was a • S Form of and « learher. "thou." . ,, _ . 60 He also 9 Imbecile. & Walked. worked as an 10 Proceeded. require, (pi.). 11 Mesh of lace. standard iwni-it-tr 15 Weight froths. VERTICAL allowance. 49 South America 1 Was victorious 10 Axillary. . of "a." 2 Alarm signal. 21 He wrote "Uarea ot ; T . .;,. u ^ »• 23 to Weave a sweater. 86 Acted fts a model. 27 to press. 28 Mates. 29 Father. 30 Stretch. 31 Lacerated. 33 Astringent. 35 Cravats. 37 To unclose. 38 Pussies. ( 39 Long grass. 41 Baseball nine. 43 Temporary stop. 44 Great fear. 47 Opposite of won. 45 Half. 50 High mountain. 51 Convent worker. 63 Door rug. 65 Being. 56 Musical oote. 58 Stop! PSf ;-f-V y-r^^ ^"' ^^llMdlte^lMS ' ' -- • • OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY Glass Also Comes (Continued from page one) §5" ^'ija^, {"demagogue," "coward." "men- f ";, da'ciotls," "malicious" at the hot-faced , senslor 1 'from North Dakota. ^ ; Aijd there were others to join in the ' ,jupon Nye—Majority Leader ion" of Arkansas, Byrnes of Carolina, and Connally of Tex- Democrats. Nye spent an hour reviewing o,n which, as chairman of the Jnunitjons committee, he based the charge 'that Wilson "falsified" in ,testi#Irtg that he did not learn the Allies had secret treaties for dividing tljp territorial spoils of war until after the conflict had ended. "if it were permissible in the sen- . ate, 1 *. Said Glass, his voice hoarse and low, "to say that any man who would asperse'the integrity and veracity of Woodrow Wilson is a coward, if it were permissible to say that :his charge is not only malicious but positively mendacious,'then I .would be glad to say it here and elsewhere, ; to any man, whether he be a/United States senator or not. • .' "Such a charge is'not only destitute of decency, but such a shocking exhibition as never has happened in. the 35 years I have served iri the Congress of the United States." Nye sat silent as the; veteran senator voiced his indignation. So vehement did the Virginian become ..that time after time he . smashed his ct<>ncBed hand up'on his .desk until finally, ,{he flesh of his knuckles split''anxT a trickle of blood coursed down arid dropped from his wrist. • ' - Sell III, Find It! Rent It! Buy It! 'f " ". hi the Hope Star MARKEi PUCE tteniertiber, the more you tell, the •.«'„,. 4 , quicker you sell. '" .' '. t Ume. 10c line, min. 30c Fc*. Consecutive insertioiis, minim, * inum of 3 lines in one ad "3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 1 ^6. times, 5c line, sr.in. 90c '28 times, 3V=c line, niin. J2.70 (Average 5Vs words to the line) NOTE— Want ads will ba accepted wjlSh the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication. Phone 768 FOR SALE Fresh vegetables at Holly's Curb Market, FOB SALE— Good, well-cured Johnson's grass hay. Cheap. Greening. 14-10t-c. Set! E. S. ROE'S HATCHERY Baby chicks for sale. Custom hatching 9 specialty. Call or write Mrs. Fred l>.- Gordon, Prescott, Ark. ll-12tc FOR SALE—Modern 6 room house, built In features, 3 larg« lots and new garage. 51230.00. Pete Shield, 621 South Fulton St. 16-3tp FOR SALE—Tv/o male small Bulldogs, reasonable. Phone 411-W. The Department of Commerce employs 700 physicians to examine applicants for aircraft pilot licenses. A glider pilot license requires no minimum flying experience, but .the applicant is given a flight test. Most privately operated planes are single-motored. Legal Notice NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that the County Examiner of Hempstcad -County, has caled an election to be held in Clow School District No. iS-\ of Hempsteacl county, on the 8th day of February, 1936, at which tho qualified electors in said School District shall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan Fund, and the levying of a special tax of 7 mills annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the district so long as is necessary to reoay said loan rind the interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Clow School Building on the 8th day of February, 1936, be- iweeu the hours of 2:00 o'clock p. in. =ind 6:30 o'clock p. m., and otherwise in the same manner as is provided by law for holding annual school elections. WITNESS my hand this 18th day of January, 1936. • E. E. AUSTIN, County Examiner Hempstcad County, Jan. 18-25, Feb. 1. LOST LOST— Red hound, mala. Slightly bench legged. 6 years old. No collar. Answers to name of "Rock." Call 840 pr.225. n-3tc Gardan plants at Holly's Curb Mar- nc ^ female liver and white, pointer pups. 10 months old. A«S\yer tp "Joe" and "June." Reward foj return to P. A. Dulin, Jr. 18-3tp CERVICES OFFERED Bring jour films to The Shipley Studio- ''In by nine and out at five." Five' by seven oil colored enlarge- 2Sc. Fresh Fruits at Holly's Curb Market ' yoB RENT—Seven room house Newly iwnrxleled. Phone 783. 18-'Jtc *~FOB BENT—Two room furnishe'-'l apartment. Also bedroom. Both ad- jH'ning bath - Ph<'' nc 165 J- M rs - ^ ex Helms. lii -' )tc Want It Printed RIGHT? We'll have a printing expert call on you, and you'd have an economical, high quality juli. Wbat* ever your needs, we can serve them. Star Publishing COMPANY Printing That Makes an |/SWAN4$AKJ'LAKES ^AM'PeAGOCK^ AW CiiAROEKlS DOMT MAKE NO UTOPIAS. THAT GUY T6NO1NJ 1 TO HIS OWM 6US»NESS WOULD I By" TK AM' &ARC STUf=F BB ALL R1GV PUT A IT WHO S| ^ / A PIPE, /OWE y\^' C^V \S SHC WMO ^k6 ea OPlKJlOW ? •POINT, •YOU WILL \APsVfe TO THE /VNO3T A &WAW AMD A PEACOCK, NOW, AMD YOU'LL HAVE US GUYS W ATI NT TO GO HOME. YOU'D HAVE A REG'LAR, UTOPIA OM fAY Slt>£ OF THE ON N\Y OP- THH HttT, IF IT BLfeW Off- IN THEM "FOR YOU, tXDE&NT mMW'43 THE "DUCtS HOOPLE, ANt> WITH FOR AK1GEL5 OWLV. Quick, Watson BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES MY | Vi\T A\_ONi6, 1 TOYO VOO, 1 OOtO-T AV.Y TWKV , OO \T '. YOO TVVERE MtEO FOR. © 1938 BY NEA SERVICf., INC. T. M. REO. 0. S. PAT. Off. A Banquet ALLEY OOP By HAMLIN DONE OCOLA -YOU WOOTIE DIWOSAUR MEAT - \ I TELL YA, BOYS -NEXT TO TURNED AN 1 6ROWW, ) A GOOD WAR, THERE'S WITH LDTSA / NOTH1N' LIKE A NICE : ''BOYOBOY, ^ GRAVY / ROAST DINOSAUR TO PROMOTE GOOD FELLOWSHIP/ BETTER GIT THIWGS ALL ^REAI GUT/ I'M HUNGRY-' I CAM HAROLYX AROUKJ' _..;._ (.•:, )7 36 OY N £ A SERVICE, IfiC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. WASH TUBES She Looks Promising By CRANE JASPER/SO, WE'LL DO \TJ(C>0 WHAT? 'WE'LL RUN LULU BELLE FOR-SHERIFF. SHE'S THE DIZZ 1 / DAME WHO TO WHIP HALF THE WITH A MOP. SH6^ AS6NSATION. MEV6RMIMD.SHE THIWkS SM^'S\A VV'OMAKi A RIP-ROAR/N(5 IVlLDCAT-SME BUT WHO MD OkJ A SWELL SHOW-THAT^HAW-HAW /SHE'D MM, 7 '*' ' LEJBOV*, l< T< PICK A WHAT THE VOTERS WANT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Heart to Heart By BLOSSER THAT COLT IS BE- COM/MGA MEWACE/ IF YOU'D FEED HIM HENMDULDW'T EAT ALL MY POTTED PLANTS.'/ IVE TRIED FEEDIWG HIM ALL KIWDS OF-THIWaSAM HE WOULDN'T TOUCH ANY OF TWEM/ HE ATE EVERY ONE OF MY POTTED HYGRAPHICALIS- DYMETRIALIC// WE TRIED HIM OM OATS, HAY, BARLEY, CRACKED , BREAD AWD EVEM AN OMELET/ LISTEW,B,'GBCiY, IF* S TH£ STUFF YC'J EAT, GOING 'JO Ti'E STORE AN' ORDER IT WHAT DID HE EAT, MRS. FIMPLE ? WE'RE ANXIOUS TO KNOW.' WITHOUT EATINCa SOMETHIW'.' IM MRS. PIMPLE'S YARD j' Emmy's Viewpoint THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) By COW/AN WHAT OF IT? ANOTHER ONE WON'T OO AMY HARM' V/UY, YES f IT'S A EIGHTY USE.PUU ARTICLE / I DONT WHKRE IT DO US AM LET THAT SALESMAN COME BACK AMD TALK VOU INTO BUVIMG A FIRE EXT1NGOISU YOU BOUGHT THAT OLD ONE ttVE. YEARS AGO, AISD YOO'VS NEVEf? EVEN USED \T!( WELL, WE HAVE ONE HANGING UPSTA\PS IN TUE WALL ',

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