Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 28, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE ^ HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, September 28, .1937 "The More You Tell, the Quicker Sell" RATES One time— 2c word, minimum Ste Three times— 3ViiC word, mln. 5*e Six times— fie word, minimum Me One month (28 times)— Me word, minimum J2.7* Rates are tor continuous Insertions only. In making word count* disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.— this is tee. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as • (all word. For example: FOR RENT— Three-room modem tarnished apartment, with gaiagtt close in. Bargain. J. V. Hank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, We for one time; at 3%c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All «rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation o.< bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience B. R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W 5-4-tf Don't sleep on knots. Let us build you a new mattress or rebuild the old one. HEMPSTEAD COUNTY MATTRESS SHOP, 712 West Fourth, Phone 853-J. Paul Cobb. 23-6tc Wanted SCRAP IRON WANTED. Any Kind, any Quantity WE ARE PAYING 35c cwt—?7.00 TON Certified weighing scales at our yard No charge for weighing P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 E. Second St. Hope, Ark. 28-26tc WE BUY SCRAP IRON We are paying 35c cwt. or 57.00 ton. We weigh on oil mill scales which re certified. No charge lor weighing. Also—we buy radiators and metals of all kinds. COX-CASSIDY FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO Laurel St. Hope, Ark. 27-26tc HIGHEST PRICES PAID For old Batteries, Radiators, Metals of all kinds. Old Tires, Sacks and Rags. P. A. LEWIS MOTOR CO. 304 E. Second St Hope, Ark. 28-26tc For Rent WANTED—Four or five-room house to rent. Apply to Mr. Hill at county agents office. 28-6tp FOR RENT—One four room house, one-three room apartment, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Telephone 1638-11. 28-6tc For Sale FOR SALE—Stoves, heaters, bedsteads, all kind used Furniture. Used Furniture Co. 3rd and Hazel, Hope, Ark. 15-26tc FOR SALE: Residential property, 92x225 feet, Southeast Corner Hervey and Avenue C. Box 1503, Shreveport, La. 22-14tp. FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call at office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. FOR SALE—All porcelean $310, nine foot Fridigaire, slightly used. Ideal for home or cafe. Will sacrifice for $110.00 cash. Phone 855. 28-3tc Lot! LOST—Setter puppy, four months old. white and black ticked, Inrge black spot over one eye. Reward. W. K. Lmley. 27-6tc LOST: Black mare mule, with white mouth, weight 900 pounds. See James Brown, Fulton, Ark. 28-3tp Found FOUND—Purse, Call at Hope Star. contains money. 24-6tc FOUND—Two keys on small ring. Owner may claim by paying for this notice. 23-3tdh FOUND—Key ring with eight keys. Owner may claim by paying for this notice. 27-3tdh. STORIES IN STAMPS ^^^^^^W^VI^^W^Vl BftCKlttO OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . UMF -FUK1F -F-. CONFOUND IT/ IF 1 OPES) THE LETTER, AND \T3 BAD NEWS, WORTHY WILL KEEP ME PROM MY SLEEP / AMP IP 1 WAVE AJO KNOWLEDGE OF ITS CONTENTS, MY CURIOSITY WILL HAVE ME AWAKE NIGHTS WONPERING WHAT IT ftf AH ME ~~~- GO AHEAP AND READ THE -PRATTEDTHIM6 I'M ALL. BRACED FOR THE OF COUF?£5E,A Bia CITIZEM OF YOUR WEALTH AMP INFLUENCE 15 LIABLE TO •RECEIVE BLACKMAIL. THREAT'S AMD POISOM PEN LETTERS, „, BLTT MOST LIKELY IT'S 3UST JjZ ANOTHER C.REPITOR, <<%' MAKIMC3 HIS TEMTH Z^ PEMAND THAT YOU \' PAY A FIRST INSTALLMENT/)^ PLUS UP X ^> ^——~—^ '' YOUR EARS" HERE GOES ' Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS "AUGUSTUS!" That was the title the Roman senate conferred on Gaius Julius Caesar Oc- tavianus on Jan. 17, 27 B. C., in .recognition of his eminent services to the state. And it was carried by him throughout his life as ttte first Roman emperor. Born on Sept. 23, 63 B, C., Augustus is honored today on the second millennium of his anniversary He came of a family of good standing, but his father was the first of the name to obtain a magistracy at Rome and senatorial dignity His mother, however, was Atia, daughter of Julia and the sister of Julius Caesar, and it was doubtless this connection with the great dictator which early determined his career Looking back 2000 years on Au- 1 gustus" reign, history recognizes him as one of the world's great men. Setting aside his faults, the. cruelties and crimes of his early manhood, it credits him with re-' construction of the Roman empire' and consequent preservation of. civilization for the ensuing cen-! turies. Pictured on ; many Roman 1 stamps, Augustus i is shown here on' a 1929 issue, com-) memorating the' founding of the,' Roman empire. <Copynuht. k»»7, NEA Service, Inc.) LfOKE YOUR HEAP UNPER A PlUUOW/ WELL, IT MAS MINE OUT SO I CANT PO ANYTHING WITH YOURS WHY, YORE AU-RIGHT, POC. GOlM 1 BACK WILL THROW YORE'N BACK IN AGIN. I HAP TO HAVE YOU COME OUT / DOCTOR , BECAUSE THERE'S ^ BAP WA.6H ' TH' ROAP TMET THROWS- OUT AFTEl? ' IT IM . T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. Off. COPR. 1937 BY NE* SERVICE. INC. THE ROAD DE OH! BOOTSAND HER BUDDIES Hard to Take By MARTIN Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS Questions on Page 1 1. Santa Claus, the Sandman, Father Time, Man in the Moon, Bogeyman, Paul Bunyan, Old Man River, and many others do not exist and never did exist. 2. Drouth forced the Mesa Verde cliff dwellers to leave. 3. Bovine is to cow. 4. A goatee is a man's chin- whisker. 5. Seven children in the family. There was only one girl. Lovely Star HORIZONTAL I, 6 Star with a lovely singing voice. 11 Criminal. 12 Regions. 13 Husband or wife. 14 Dress fastener 15 Relative. 16 Energy. 18 And. 19 King of Bashan. 20 Type standard 22 Tone B. 23 Artificial silk. 26 To besiege. 29 Race horse tipster. 31 Part of Wainscot. 33 Tidy. 35 Indian. 36 Serving as a danger warning. 38 Mooley apple. 39 Company. 40 Traitors. ( Answer to Previous- Pu/zle 42 Measure of area. 43 Butter lumps, •,14 Trees. 46 Brings lorth young. 48 Ocean. 50 Carries. 52 Outfit. 53 Sawlike organ 55 Also. 56 She is an actress of many 57 Daggers. VERTICAL 1 Provided. 2 To pardon. 3 Ardor. 4 Negative word 5 Pep. 6 Shatters. 7 Coffee pot, 8 Low tide. J) Backs of necks. 10 Electrical term. 15 She was born in , U.S.A. 17 She stars in motion . 19 Grain. 21 Males. 23 To regret. 24 Uncloses. 25 Title. 26 Genus of beet* 27 To ignore. 28 Golf device. 30 Indian. 32 Constant scolders. 34 Wine vessel. 36 Hardens. 37 Celtic-speak. ing person. 40 Scope. 41 Struck. 43 Bucket. •45 Portico. 47 Age. 48 Southeast. 49 Measure of area. 51 Eternity. 53 Street. 54 Like. VE ALLEY OOP A Big Laugh By HAMLIN WHAT DID VA FIND OUT? DID WIZENS DO-FUMMV DID HE? HAW.' C -J^LL YA I'LL SAY HE DD-\ COME FOOZ-V AMD 15 IT EICM.' J OOT SLUG6ED JU5' LIS5EM.TO./ LAST MIGHT? WASH TUBBS Usine Their Beans By CRANE NSTEAD OF MUl^PERJN6' W5H ANO EASV, ^ pEEEZE FEARED,, *—THE RAMPA6IN6 INDIANS RETURN PEACEFULLY JO THEIE. 'HUTS THE PAMGER:OF?A, BATTLE, ATv\ASSACRE ; .lT3 OVERr- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SNAKES \ WHV, WE SIMPLH ALIVE! \6AVE 'EM SOME HOW'P VOU j PKlEP BEANS. DO IT? fV-N TT W/WED TO START TROUBLE, SO, INSTEAD OF '—s^ ORDINARV BEANS/ HE ISSUED COf FEE BCAN5. VNELL/| VOU CAN IMAGINE HOW A STEW OF COFFEE BEANS J -, TASTEP - NO WONDEI2. THEY WF-RC SORE'. ,—~- Oscar Has Seen to That By BLOSSER YOU SAW ME SMOklWS ACIQARET THE: O7WER DAY ! TAKE MY ADVICE AKID POPGET ABOUT ^^ I'M WOT SAYIWG A CRASH •' ITS' YOUR PROBLEM ! POKI'T MAKE: THRE;ATS J CRASH J OP YOU'RE LIABLE TO NEED THAT TWEMTY POUMDS V/EIGHT AOVAWTAQE: .' I DOW'T SQUEAI BUT I DOM'T RUN, EITHER .' WeLL x I DOSI'T WAWMA G£T KICKED OFF THE TEAM ! UMDERSTAMD? I WOM'T HAVE YOU STAWDIM' IM THE WAY OF ME GET-TIN' A ^^ LETTER .' /-~\ /,••'//, ll.Tr*~~ ^-f I?- ~*r>' f',' fi r M PEC. ofi r*r Of - WELL/YOU'LL GET OME. 1 BET....BUT IT WON'T BE THE kiKID YOU CAW PIN OW YOUR CHEST '.' p ^^ ss •-I Myra Is Skeptical By THOMPSON AND COLL NOW,THEM-SIMCE VCD FOLIOS ARE CHIEFLV CO CEIZKJED Wi^H "THE MEDICAu SIDE. OF /.AV WE THERE ARE StVCCAL MEM IM HERE WHO HAVE JMST BEEM RELEASED TOME LIMDEC PAROLE. THEY ACE RECOVLtilMei FC.OM DEI ICATE BCAIM OPEP.ATIOMS \A/HICH WILL DEFIWI'IELV REMOVE \ THEIC '-I't V -i r- i i (~M- t , ~ ir-_ ^. T~>^ ~-~^_"^V^ / -A r^ PI.'. VOW ,:OPrU - IM|- : - !v> / tW : -NLL MEAM3I \ ,\\.V(.?V( '!.OI 1 .-•-..' ^-I-I-M. !. \\1" 6F- )/ L-ETTIMC) MOI2E •^Y AllAM/l I"' 10 AT .••,!•. M IM ML. \ i cJI'LIOAHOM:' j | AMR ALTHOUGH I']'3 A MOBLE VVOCti, AT TIME-fj 1 PIMD IT A FEW MGM5WTS C^> LATER. MVCA is ALOME IM IMt" COOM ASSIOMSrP TO HER^ SOMEHOW ALL THIS 3OUWDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE. WELL W£ SHALL SEE

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