Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1939 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, September 25, 1939
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HOPE STAB; HOPE; ARKANSAS". Star City Council Faces A Crucial Problem BALTIMORE -(.'V— Too frequently in tho jMsf. wofsrlity hiwivuikinir l;i- bors of Bttltiimtro's City Council luive l;een interrupted by Iho eoH.iiw of ;i loimcilman's chair, j To end tl«»so dUturhnu.es — inu- Publlshed erery week-Hjay afternoon try Star Publishing Co., Inc. nicipni economy drive or no eoo- C. B- Pahner St Alex. H. Washburn, at The Star building, Z12-ZU South • nomic drive—Council President Rieti- uTalnut street, Hope, Ark. ! in-d O'C'onnptl i« putting in for 18 ! new nnd inoredn chairs. "•WW^fiWiSSK^^ y, Sopicrnbov 25, Iv>o9" Star af Hope, 1899; Press, 1921. Conaolidatea January 18, im 0 Justice, Deliver Thy Herald From false Report! C. E. PALRrEK, Pre-ildent ALEX H. WASHBtRN, Editor and Publish** f (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA) — Means Newspaper Eneterurise Ass'n. I with a tube pa-wed inio tho stomach " i by v.-as- of tho no.-.. j I It is esemial lo provide an uncon- i j st'iotis palie.'il wath w.iter. ln-eaiisi> tile Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week ! l) .' lcl > "\eds water for ail of its fune- .5c; per month Sc: one year $6.50. By mall, in Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, j tlun - ; - If tliis vital fluid is nut ,<:ivon die vliilcT and LaFayotte counties. $3.50 per year; elsewhere J6.50. , patient. In- bee..'me dthydrated, will ' have n hixh fever, ap.d his tis.n.v; ...ill no; function co, ivotly ID SU-U.MI life "Ths More You Tell the Quicker You Sdl" * Yon Can Talk to Only One Man Want Ads Talk to Thousand* 0 SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance, Not taken over the. Phone One tiiris— 1'^ word, minimum 30c Three times— 3W>c word, minimum JOc Six times—tic word, minimum 90c One month— 18c word, minimum $2.71) ,. _ __ ____ Rates a.-e (or continuous insertions only. The '400' Sings in , fK» P a ,' M i- D 1 • ' 1IO1U/ONTAL Answer to Previous the Ram at Picnic , W eii-kno W n n^T; ^ROANOKK. Vii.- r/IV-So',iv. .100 I Snlviitum Army younsters nnd their : pnn.it.-,- refuw<l lo let the hoiivirsl ; ruin in month., interfere with their ' picnic here. IVspiir Ihp downpour they j rode on the ;imnsemcnt rides, went i swiinminc nnd consunird .|5t) luit dog.;, j a' eriites of soft dunk*, 2(1 ijnllonsi ot milk and .100 camlv IKIV. . ' i Tin- - :!l.4;i:,,i;S(l IH..I.M- wlm-l,--; rri'- ixtprod iu tin- Uni'.vil Suiti-; ni tii'o end <-.f l'.i;;s, t,;.\,-Ul .•ip|ii-,,xim; 1 i l .l.v mile., dlnm;r die your, J well-known [EV^NigiEiL L iNlEMPRHM ,-crca urnln. HA'SlABR A t A L|| HP. AC 0 u is the most ETlOlMBcfRHtebBL A'SR .mpovinnt E STiSP SJ^BPl ^£^6: 17 til-Ill, ; of f\ rrk'nH'li sliMih.-:. 19 Flour lio.x.::. ,' I Sooner tluin. E'AHpiH^ stT.Mi.iciT Tl I IplAiL EJClBDiE RflBMIk Service*. Offered Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively en- to the use tor republicatlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not itherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Waste material exc .,.:.,, ,..„ , . , , , , • SERVICES OFKERED-See Hemp«e-s and oV, 11 ?, * . ? ' i ittild Mattrcss Sw ^ " Vi West Fourth, vuvs mid the bkUd*r can ho uiken ,-,„. Iunv anc) r ,.. hni , t . p _____ _ I fu ,"» U'P patient hy the pns.ir... ,,f ;,! Cnhb C..S-J Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made tor an tributes, cards ot i lublj * r "''-^ >nto tho bladder. hanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial news-i ' SOIUi '- '".'Ituled. tarofid .Mention: SERVICES Or'FKHKD — Furniture wper? hold to this poficy tn the news columns to protect their readers from a I Phone Paul August 2fi-lin to every bndy lelu^e of space-taking memorials. Trie Star disclaims responsibility Or the '• ^ -\ '" ne<.'OM.;..vv if t>.> J.OI^M v.l.o afe-kceping or return of any Unsolicited manuscripts. j •'"'' JUIC ' ;i '-!»>k/> i.: !,, h,- uu-i-.i < vorv ^ ^_______»___^_ !'"- -x ''" ? "i-'porli,n!ty M nvnv.r. rot'mished. rei-aned and re-uplio.sler- e.l. Dou'i I'nrmv away your olr| fuv- 'niui!..- v.v :n.iU. old furniture new . i j ii'.n,. L'n;-j. in-iii,, A 'Disciplined' Press vs. a Free Press ! . There is a certain fascination nbnut the speeches of Adolf Hitler. To take one pf these speeches and read it carefully, sentence by sentence, is always absorbing, especially if one has previously heard the speech delivered in that hysterical, emotional voice, timed with such Thespian precision to produce the desired effects. The Danzig speech, aimed obviously at shaking British and French determination as well as at convincing his own people that any general war would be forced on him by British nnd French relentlessnesK. was about the best conceivable statement of Hitler's case. Its general phases have already been ^ commented upon. But here is a passage that really deserves special attention: ''In democracies one may agitato for war. there foreism reghnes, statesmen, and heads of state may be attacked, slandered nnd vilified, for there freedom of speech and press reign. "In authoritarian stales one may not offer resistance against thai, for tHere discipline rules, and only in states without discipline is if accordingly permissible to agitate for war." If these statements were true, it would certainly make a powerful case for a "disciplined press." Perhaps as they were shouted in a rapid-fire and hyster- j ical voice, they sounded plausible enough. Certainly the responsibility of ' agaiting for war should not be assumed lightly. i But the moment you read them in cold print, you realize that these words \ not only are untrue, but the precise opposite is the case. ' There is certainly sotne truth in the charge that the press in democratic ! countries has often ,with some violence, criticized the totalitarian reghnes and , their leaders. But they have never done so with one-tenth the vigor with which the German press assailed Soviet Russia for 10 years, taking their cue from Hitler's own words, "We must never forget thr.t the regents of present-day Russia are common bloodstained criminals; that here is the scum of humanity, which, favored by conditions in a tragic hour, butchered and rooted out millions of its leading intellects with savage bloodthu-stiness ... a nation which combines a rare mixture of bestial horror with an inconceivable gift for King . . ." And they never have done so with the unanmrity compulsory to the German ' press. Agitation for war? It is too short a time ago to have forgotten die uniform ' and simultaneous campaigns of the German press against "Oppression of Ger- '• mans' in Austria, in Czechoslovakia, in Poland, and against the leadership of ', each country'- In each case the campaign was obviously staged to whip up' enthusiasm for the invation which promptlyfollowed. No, it won't do. Under freedom, unquestioned abuses do happen. But under 'discipline." when an entire country's press is simply a great pipe organ on •which the ruler plays a war theme whenever he wishes, the possibilities and ' tho actual performance of .the press as an "agitator for war" is infinitely greater. Do You Believe in WITCHCRAFT Come in Saenger Wednesday For Sale KOU K.M.I: ^tl) aeres. "i 'miles from Hope on (he Columbus Road. Threo Tenant Houses. Twci dcep^ and ulie shallow well. About SO aeivs Imiu.'m land in culti- © ANSWER TO CRANIUM CSUCKER I'relilcin (in t';ii',<.' One There aie seven number: loss than IM lh;it are divi. ililc oy X. The holiest of the-.o. M. I!-! I )iain,iiid etitlei '.s c-up. I!a Court. •JCS u-: for .•••••ed:.. ',\~ Kalito bird. vation. About 81) acres cleared upland , , ' , Vl •"••."•!.,., .Ml :.,-i-.-s of whu-i, is in ,,,,adow and ' ,- j.' ',, ', ,, ™ v " " l|11 "!"' ! " '"' pasture. The balanee of :.,, an,, >„,- > ' ,.^ •!,;.:,, ,/SwluVn *r ,'^..,l" Again Today We present Ne\v Shur-Tite Bags Shorthand. InraMv Hhone J,'!-l i Wanted to Rent a eourse ni -p^,, fi,;,,,,,,,!.; ,,,- (1](1 s ., nul "' "'-'•'I- (Uois d'arel skirts the hills on eat-h ••ide of the bottom hind, i.s valuable for drainage in flood seasons and seepage , l>"in hill laiKK and suffi.ioMt quantity ,,, .| ,,,.,„ ; ,|,ai-ii,iem Clo-,. ui C,iJ —, ! "••''''•'• '" "Mirl'aee iirif.iite most of hoi - i i\],- N,",. t liiind- -I"! . >• 'rv ••• •>,'' ' . lul.es tesled , ,o m " in dryest season. i - '•"'"-•• K " '" •'•'• —-Up liadin Sprvice. I •lii Ifidiiiii mulberry •15 Sound o' Ntlrpri.se. 41; sun. •IV Foot. •I« Curd'jtl f:d)l IL. f'l'i .'jeliior. TeJ fl.Mein. :>'i < 'oaiiulum. .'i" 'l\i rclisd. 11 Ked-brea?tO(l Til! U is Used fi,r bird. brciid. as n - of by-product. Ifl Timber trocj, 20 - nnd nia':iironi is m:,th' -from hr.rd wheat. 22 SOOti poiiiuh'. :'.,'! Pea!:. ?.P TIIHP,- courtyaid. 20 Final statement of aocounf. 30 Unnpencd ilov/cr. !">!) vjT,TK'-\i. ::? nibijoti. ,'','' ' ii-1 I ji;iil brown. :> I'dood pump. .,,. N) ; w Kjujumd, :i Ciriiftiul. 37 Tennis •1 Devoured. :dn,!•:<::. (i Part ot <!',: TM-;,.:;:n'V. 7 .-'.piue. " v/nnn. )! Wnt'-vy p:ivt -i7 Api'.n hi.-nd:;. of blood. 10 To polish. 11 Dry. M l.onK Jiratv. IG It yield:; brun 4,11 S:ii!'l:ril dialer!. fil Sv.'ifl-: .li ealK.c. fitl ')'o iii i ay. . r ),'i Nifjht before. !i7 South The enx'k ha.s never been dry and under the lop soil of I u, 5 feet ihere ^ a Mini.i of w.uer Ixsiriiu; urnvel th.it and Schaffer Belts U> match LADIES Specialty Shop , - , ... ] i- * -i • ii n n. i i.'V,.H II 1 I' J'J i \ C I I T ^ ^I'iK.^r 11 s y lh " s "" : "" ; : ^'^ " W anted 'i'^- IJ - Milk fi-oductfi' who can i"> to -10 gallons milk. Hope rv <!t Dan-v Co. 'n..ii r . Rent oTn~ ."13 Went. Division St. 250 Page "iOc DICTIONARY Only 25c Briant's Drug Store T. M. 22-3tc KOH KENT: Five vuom "house ' ':•»•;• room aportnipiu, unfurnished in Moiaiolia r.ddilion. 1'hone M-F-H Mrs. •'•'<'H{ " -\FT' ni? VJPMT 7~ ; ._. a..i. tuc HJ..N 1 —0 room house. .".r . ' VC ' !I |ioruh - S - U Sflll| h Elm. Notice •n Gin Company |.s nnd wrapping up to Ka pound bales) S3.50 All balc.-s nvor , r i2a pounds, ad- | ditional U- a pound. Also store your ! '-• ^'eres, two miles from Hop,. „„ i ? T °° d ' ^- N - st ™«l will haulbales int.. | l>way, 5 aeres m ruUiv.Uion 'and "°' U< ^""1"™* ""' ** ^>- A. N. • THE FAMILY DOCTOR) FLOORFURNACES EASY FHA TERMS HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBINGPHONE 259? T. M. *•& O. ft, PAT. Of* By DR. MORRIS FISHBEIN aditoi, Journal of the American Medical AssecUttoa, t»4 *| , Hygela, the, Health Magazine Draining Spinal Fluid, Tapping Viens Relieves Brain Pressure in Apoplexy Apoplexy is the ctfrmtum name for a ; s conscious or unconscious, everything If you should die tonight will yom family be adequately protected. TALBOT FEtLD, Sr. District Manager Reliance Life Insurance Co. Life, Health and Accident Box 44, Hope, Arkansas. BOOTS AM Dl. • oOO-.'l, . T VJft>J; To \ \A,V.^ "VO ^'OL') ..ao'sii 'V'.v- 'o^v , H.^isJV " ' N j- ~-.^ ^-rt^S.*- ••W f^*\": w 0-*r -i, v k ^ ^ pasture. .. room house, fioud Whin ronmuinity. T\vo:,tory modem ijviek vam.'er resi- dinire. .1 blocks from busirie.';:- wciii'in Hi:]i«', Ark. BaiRain prices. (-' .S. I,ov/thorp, 12?, H. Kim Phone 2J8 FOR SALE -U) head puro b, t ,| ,,„„_ I'cgistereil Hcreforci Cows :t to G years old. with cnlvei: or to e-dve soon. d.lve.. by r PK i..(ere,I hull Price SH.,.00 around. A. W. Hiorseth, R_.{. Box 14J, Hope, Ark. 29.7,,, Strrmd. Washington. Ark. For Rent FOR Kli.'K'T-One 3 room furnished j njiarlmeiil. nlilitie.- paid. No cliil- ' ( di-en 01- p..f. Mr.;. li M ,!une::. UJil j ] F,a.':l Aveo110 S. i">-.'!t|> M.lli HV'.NT - 6n~:i room fumishfd j and one ;; iinl'urni.-ihed apartments, j /Viiply .Mi", South l ; ine Si. ri-'itn ; KOit I?!.NT-12l)-i,en. farm, K i,,,d j house, well v/ator. cotl.ui allolmenl '>?. ! acre;;, c.ood meadow. See or write C. V. Williamson, box. Gl!, Wa.'-hini'ion ; Ark.. K.mt. T\vo. ' •>.-,'•,.,, i ALLEY 1OP XF*'1%&.-' -\ i T^s%'.i h l 'i: Bools Knows !-.V.'... -:.L..(:.K Kl J .'-.' -Vc. . .\O'..-^ VOOf-Jfe '.'-•. •..'-.'-' -.- VO VV..V- .1 '.!'..i '.• i\\f-. > V-\iv ! " (.(•,',0 VO v\V-._V J • l .'.-\ rW'Wi '£ Dawn of Doom By EDGAR MARTIN TO . VOLVO "V^-Mt.V^ O? "U> ^Oo COoi.O ^,\/y - TO "Jf^^ ^/!> . COPB 1939 B V_NEA Si '',-3: , possible must be done to keep the I i».VWi heart beating strongly enough so the J brain will get a sufficient amount of I •] blood to function. If the person who j J has had a stroke is unconscious and I ijAnnounccs the opening of offlccsji I has difficulty in breathing, the head j ',• First National Bank Building / i should be turned to one side so that | •" Practice Limited to •, sudden hemorrhage of the brain, or a sudden obstruction in the flow cj blood in the vessels which supply the brain. It is generally believed that the patient who survives an attack of apoplexy has suffered from an obstruction in a blood vessel and that those who die in an attack have had a hemorrhage from a blood vessel. In a certain percentage of cases, the blood vessels have been damaged by infection with syphilis. In others, there is the hardening of the arteries that occompanies old age. During the first few days after a stroke the doctor determines how much damage has been done to the brain. He is then able to predict to sorn? extent what the chances are tor recovery. Whenever a person has a stroke, he should be put to bed and should be ' las naf J a rtroke is unable- to .swallow. ] given proper nursing care. Whether he i II m a>' become necessary to feed him Dr. J. D. Johnson QUITE SOhAE TIME HAS ELAPSED SINCE OOOLA (.POSING ASA |qpp' M ? GODDESS) AND THE GREEK TfloW V. T. HAMLIN F the tongue does not fall back and interfere with respiration. »• Constant attention from a coYivpetent ! 'I doctor may be necessary to preserve i I* the life of the patient during first , **, critical hours and days. Sometimes the | doctor may take out blood from a vein 10 lessen the difficulties under ' which the circulation labors. Drain of the spinal fluid may relievo p sure on the brain. If a considerable amount of blood is found in the spinal j fluid, the chances of the patient for j recovery are not good. j In many instances, the person who ! Eye, Ear Nose and ;• j Throat. ainage res- CHIEFTAIN, ULYSSES, LAID PLANS FOR THE DOWNFALL OF TROV/ —"• ^==~/ WE'LL HORSE v (THOSE TROJANS 1 RIGHT OUT OM ' GUARP POST F?-^ JHE1R EARS/./ V7N ^ J ' " fl t; _-at &'.*?% !'- • .'.,?!' jg- j DA\VNS ... TO REVEAL •*•. CAM PEP IN OMK >• , v/v PROMT VARD ./ 'S A HORSE.'\ iw> i ,%^.^i\ •- SHOF?E IS ^ , .. &" LOOK 1 .'--.OP THEIR TENTS/ IT 1 ' ' TWC C-KEE!<S\AND (3EAR...BUT A \ «• HAVE;" GONE. 1 ''WHAT'S THAT OUT;, UriOeClll ^,. THERE ON THE &••' HUKSt!.' ?$fg!K. PLAIM? ^•-.^••:' • LOGS BOLTS ant! DljOLi'tu We ore noy/ in t!ie market for Oak and Gum lot;-;, \Vhite Onk, Overcup, Po.it Oak, H&i Oak, c.ncl Ash Heading Bolts, Also Round SWEET dUM Blocks. WASH TUBES CpMg ftUMSLE OP Tri€ U VOLC^O BECOMES UOUP&R, MORE OMINOUS. For prices nnd specifications Apply to: Hope Heading Co *V"V/4U' BON'T foa THINK YOU'RE GOING A UVTLt TOO FAB/ BUDDIE? . There She Blows! TVIEN IT 'HAPPENS: ^,,. ,^, i^^J By ROY CRANE CAPTIVES WITH OIL ANP TO APPLV THE TOPCiA. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS " JLJMES ONLY TFJYINS ~K> MA<e „ YOU SQUIRM A BIT SHE CANT A HOUD OUT LONG .' BESIDES, YOU V STiLU HAVE "THAT OTHER. GAL'S ..V PHON& NUf/SER, HAVe^lT YOU 3 ITS NOT ENOUGH To HAVE MY GIRL SORE AT ME- — J1VP SOT A FtiVAU «r? tf&$: FOR MY JOB tW.'-•:¥• OM THE- fr<; , T6AKA I *t)u* ...jpt.0,.. \^ RIVAL// Hope, Arkansas Phone 245 ADVICE?? ? ** V,'i:fn your doi.-loi- give.-; you advice, try to i'ollov.' his s tiot.:; fnithfu'.ly and conscien- tuoi.i-;ly. Hi.i advice- is sound, rcion^'fic nn f l fjKK'tk-.'il. ffo i.-" our only rc-li'ible source of RED RYDER 1 Couvrprsi'T \ F;,>lO NlOTHlN' S 6uT V^'OLF TRACKS SKE YOL'P. DOCTOK Whfn prescriptions iin- ncfdcd c-idJ .... Tlic Ixfading l>nigi;i';t • l\'c'vc Got «'" WIONK 62 Motorcycle Uelivtry Doubting Thomas nVHE U f>HP WORSTS A-SUNOtft . THE ^ eeCOMES A 6ILIOWIN6 INFERNO i OF 5IAOKE AMD FLAMING LA.VA.. "^ ff AMYBODY WHO CAM KNOCK vcu« hlAT OFF'" AT SIXTY PACES, GOOD.'/ j. WAMT TO SEE " DOME IT/ \>> By MERRILL BLOSSFR .f- Looks Like More Bad News \ Qi A^ AERE,G:^""; /y ? ' LITTLE ,JNC i t,' K; G y f^ 1^1 ut i By FRED HARMAN

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