Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 1, 1937 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 1, 1937
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*fh« Mart You fell, the Quick** Sell" wwfd, mlntoum 30e tlm«*-3Wc woW, ttitu 50C Si* times— £c \vord, trtniturijn 90e Ottc mouth (26 toes}— lie word, minimum |2.ft Rates are for continuous Inset- ttens only. iff making Word count, disregard tlSSSlflcaaou name such as "Pot Sent," 'Tot Sale," etc.—thls 1* free. fiat each initial or name, ot com- ftete telephone number, counts a* « full word, for example: , FOB RENT— Three-room modern tarnished apartment, with garage Ckswl, la. Bargain. 3. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2« word, Me tor one time; at 3Hc word, 53e for three times, etc. NOTE: All -rders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation oJt bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered Plumbing, Contracting, Repairing Thirty years experience fl, R. Segnar 120 S. Hervey Phone 171W S-4-t£ STORIES IN jW» «** A STA Sewing both plain and fancy, alterations. Phone 425 W, 218 N. Hamilton. Mrs. W. M. Garner. l-3tc For Sale FOR SALE—New sorghum molasses in new buckets, high grade. 55 cents per gallon. Call ct office of Hope Star. 27-15-dh. Abruzzi Rye, Oats, Barley, May Wheat, Vetch, Winter Peas, JTintar Rye, Grass and Fall Bulbs. MONTS SSED STORE l-26tc FOR SALE—B. D. Mosley farm 1V4 mile from city limits on old Fulton road. Farm consists of 160 acres high state of cultivitation suitable for farming or stock farm. Has deep well water and running water year round on farm. Buildings consist of one large 5-room house, one tenant house and neces- cary out buildings. Price 54,000.00, with $500.00 down and long term balance. Write or see Mrs. B. D. Mosley at above address. 27-12tp TJREAMS of a great 'Hawaiian empire surged through the mind of Chief Kamehameha as he ascended his native throne in (1782. At that period the islands were divided into four separate kingdoms, each leaping at the throat of the other. So Kamehameha promptly mapped his strategy. Equipping himself better than his foes, en- liSting foreign and native aid, assembling vast stores of firearms, te took to his ships and earnest conquest. By 1795 he had succeeded in conquering all of the stands except Kauai and Niihau. The latter he won by cession in 1810. And immediately, having effected an empire consolidation, he organized a government, checked oppression, moved to encourage •industry, suppress crime. First king of all the Hawaiians, Kamehameha became in efTect the George Washington of these islands. By 1815 he had thwarted Russian designs on the islands and two years later had eliminated the scourge of Spanish pirates. Next he sought to introduce teachers of Christianity, buf in this he failed Until his death in 1819, Kamehameha steadily pushed Hawaii toward a new horizon.. His memory is perpetuated by the new Hawaiian territorial issue, portraying the statue of Kamehameha J. PIANOS FOR SALE—Two car loads used Pianos, good condition. Some cannot be told from new. Priced |47.50 up. $5.00 down Sl.OO weekly. Will accept Victrolas, Radios, Live Stock and Farm Produce. 'Part or Full Payment. Pay Half Now Balance Next Fall. Special Low Price NEW Studio arid GRAND PIANOS. Write and will bring one on Approval. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE. Camden, Arkansas. l-3tp FOR SALE — Three, bred Poland China Gilts; 1937 Cabinet model battery set Philco Radio, same as new; first class sorghum Ribbon Cane for seed. G. L. Johnson, Hope, Ark. Three miles East of Hope, highway No. 4. l-5tp Notice TAKEN UP—Red and~white-faced heifer calf. About five-weeks old. Apply at Hope Star for information. 21-6t-c For Rent FOR RENT—Three room apartment •with private bath and entrance. 321 West Fourth street. 30-2tc FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, phone 146-W. l-3tp Hawaiian Territorial Kame?iQTiipha 3 c purplp ^Copyright. m>. NEA St. vice. Inc.) HOWS' STAR, flOfl Monday, .November 1, OUR BOARDING MOUSE Major Hood* OUT OUR WAV HE & MUMBUIN ' TO ALL MAYBE; SOME- IDEA OF HIS, THAT'S Beew TH' WOOD, IS BUBBLIkl PlD HE ROLL OFT 1 TM' SEAT — SFUTT TfWE fROCAOTY OT= LIZZIE THAT ^ PUT UP THE STOKM t'VH S&ew SOME AWPUU LSAXy BOAT£ IKI Mv DAV, BUT HEAfe.0 Of? THAT LEAKED \CF,, BEFORE, BLAAH SUAAM BUUB. PLAY HAMD/ 1 MUST FATHOM A WAY TO BE RID OP THAT I MIGHT SEWD HER A WIRE 7i=LLIW<3 OF SOME SICKWESS THAT BEFALLEM A CLOSE BUT HER CROWiES ARE UNKWOWM TO ME -~- LE WEI3H AWCHOR HIM, OP, HE'L OVER HERE AUD UWLOAD HIS TROUBLES OM OUR DOCK / SKULL WHBKJ -TH' ROWDY CART TOOK A CORWEP? TOO THfKJ LEAKlkl< «£«. 1917 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T.HRto. U.S. PAT. OFF. TME GROUND HOG. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Boys Will Be Boys COME 0<OKr\ I &CW3CB Afe TEETH FRESNO. Calif—The 100-piece band of Fresno State College claims to be the most colorful in the country. By means of a central power unit carried in the carriage of the giant bass drum, the bandsmen and their instruments are outlined in glowing neon lights. FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Mrs. J. L. Lewis, West Sixth street. Phone 715. l-3tc Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKERS 1. Eggs should not De washed until just before using because water removes the film that hinders evaporation and the entrance of bacteria and odors. 2. James Knox Polk, eleventh President of the United States, and Franklin Pierce, fourteenth President. 3. At 12 noo nin Ne%v York E. D. T. it is 8 a. m. in Holly P. E. T. 4. TIT and TAT read the same in a mirror as directly. 5. Four ment to the circus: John, Mary. David and David's cousin. Hardener of Rubber HORIZONTAL 1 Famous American pictured here. 13. Small shield. 14 Opera scene. 15 Organ of hearing. 16 Bedbugs. 18 European nation. 21 Rubber tree. 22 Musical note. 23 Greek letter. .24, Twice. 25 Sound of pleasure. 27 Boxes. 30 Slowly. 33 Dry. 35 To wander. 36 Mesh of lace. 37 Paid publicity. 39 Stream. 40 Exists. 4! He was a famous • <PU. «I5 Pound. 46 Knots. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Virginia willow. 49 Opposed to odd. 51 Kind of hemp. 54 Bad. 56 To perish. 57 Withdraws. 59 Night before. 60 To cleave. 61 Dismal. VERTICAL 2 Shoe part. 3 Land measure, 4 Queer 5 Domestic slaves. 6 South Carolina 7 To obtain. 8 Upon. 9 Rowing tool. lO'Affirmative. 11 Orient. 12 Melody. 16 His most important invention, — rubber. .17 Part of eye. 19 Russian mountains. 20 He was a pioneer tire builder. 24 Cot. 26 Pronoun. 28 God of war, 29 To perch. 31 Neither. 32 Dress coat end, 34 One who advises. 37 Conjunction. 38 Work of skill. 41 Electrified particle. 42 Snout. 43 Greaser. 44 To observe. 46 To require. 48 To affirm. 50 By way of. 52 Frozen water. 53 To total. 55 Climbing plant. 57 Note m scale. 58 Southeast. ALLEY OOP ^w MV GRAND VVIZER TA GIT RIP -™ , FOOZV ^U WtTH TH'\ OR WE'LL ALL WITH OOPAINT Part of the Job Is Done, Anyway "S By HAM LIN *M WELL/THERE THEY.. ARE-LIKE YOU //GlLLVWU SUGSESTEP, YA ("/ ZE PEENOftGLC BETTER GET ) V PING? FOOZY OUTA TH 1 WAY. FIRST WASH TUBBS nr)EARIN& THE LOCOMOTIVE EXPLOSION AND PISTOL 5HOT5T / WEASY AMD BREEZE HUKKV DOWN THE TRACK TO INVESTI- ^ ( HEY, FOG-ZY- C'MERE/WILLYUH? I WANTA SMOVV A Problem for Easy HEH! NICE 6OIN', BOVS- NOW TAKE 'IM UP AN DUMP 1 NOW,ALLW6te; f 'IM DDWNJ IMm THAT Ol < ~ r "*'' IM DOWN INTO THAT Ou SMOKE VEK1T. By CRANE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MVAMKLE-J!r\;MYCHRl9T/Vi(V5 BUT \T HURT5 '^StS 1 ' NWEP. MIND/ THOUGH, EASY. YOU'D BETTEE,]m^ : WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO WASH, * //C'OPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. PIEP6E! I'LL BE A0LA7.ES, "I PGMT '^\O\v \\ AT OKAY/ X'M SURE-J TO DO- HE'<i ; "iAK& THIS I WILL. RIFLE. 1-LL BE BACK A JIFPY. Heart to Heart IT'S MOT FAIR ,MOM J I'VE GIVEW MY ALL FOR SHADYSIDE BUT THIS VETAR, NfT ALL DOESN'T &EEM EMQUGH ? TWEY THIKJK BECAUSE I'M GOIWC! wrrH JUME: WAYMAKl THAT I IM- TEWD LETTING SHADYSIDE: DOV/N WHEKI WE PLAY k/WGSTOW, THE: TEAM HER DAD COACHES ' n/^^ ;i!/ ^J^ : '/^ v ,, :i lS'\^/ lii;iri! ; :ii|(f.C^ I'jNy *€.••' (.V •'illii!! 1 By BLOSSER DO YOU 7HIWK MR.WAYMAW IWTEWDS TAKIMG ADVAWTAGE OF THE SITUATIOM, SOW "? n POES HE PLAY UP "TO YOU ? HECX.KIO.'YOU SHOULD SEE HIM WHEW 1 CALL OW JUWE MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE HE LOOKS AT HIS WATCH EVERY FIVE MIKJLTTE:S...AWD TEW O'CLOCK COMES-, HE: SE:WPS ME HOME .' WOW THEM, C3EMTLE.MEKJ , DOES ' EVERYONE AOREE TO MV Pi.AM? AISE THERE AMV OUESTIOM3? VEH, DOC-S!WCE THIS IS OLH4. LAST JOe, HOW 'BOUT DE- 3TROYIM' THOSE PIC- TAPHOME RECORDS? Von Doden Holds the/Whip^Hftnd /^BOyS, THOSE ...AH... COM- ~'~ " "~" ~ / FESSIOMS, AAADE UMOEK I THE IMFLJT.-MCE OF THE. < ! TRUTH SEEL',\A, ARE MV V PROTECT IOI-J AGAIM&T YOUR, TREACHEeY/ HE BAWLS JUWE OUT FOR KEEPIKJG ME UP LATE ! HE SAYS I WEED SLEEP SO 1 CAW BE AT MY BEST TO BEAT KINGSTON.... I AWD THAT'S HI© >- TEAM !.' By THOMPSON AND COLL 1HEY CONTAIM EMOU&H EVIDEMCE OF \ YOU£ PRIVATE EXPLOITS TO SEMP YOU 1 ALL BACK TO THE PEKJ RDa LIFE...IF \ NOT THE CHAIE..' THEY SHALL REMAIM j SAFE UMTIL AFTER THIS ^~ 7 BV»JE* firavlfig. IHC-. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF IKi 1;iE C£! L BLOCK., MYRA &CAVf LV GOES THROUGH WITH HtC FART OF QUEEKilgS. 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