Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 1, 1938 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 1, 1938
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STAR, - - *•- - ARKANSAS Thursdayjfepiembei 1 .l.jjfl More You TeU th6Qtttekef You Sell" RATES ,6i» tlme-^ word, minimum 30c Three ti»es- i -3Mtc word, 'min. 50c Six times—6e wtird, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum i . i .--^ r ^~ $2.70 • Bates * are for continuous inser- tfoiis aids,. - • - ' In making word count) disregard ' classification name sucn as "For ' Beat," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. Cut each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full/word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, dose in.. Bargain. J. V. Blank, , phone' 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one tune; at 3Vic word, 53c for three tunes, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 STORIES IN STAMPS From Frontier Fighter To President QUIT B0MD1NG HOtfSft . . . with , . . , MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J, R, WILLIAMS Services Offered j. Ideal Furniture! -Store has just received Big LM of laving Room Suites, Rues, etc. Remember we sell cheaper. *- . 5-26tp ' •See Hempstead -..Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth,, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658- J. l-26tc F'dr S . FOR SALE—Two nice brick veneer residences and a beautiful lot 140 by 140 feet, room for two or three buildings. Close in, cheap. Call 66 or 284. v 31-3tp. FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk, good condition, looks like new. See Geo. W. Bobison, at Robison's. l-3tc IFOR SALE—Copies of Hop Star's jl.700 Centennial edition giving-complete authentic history of 20 South- "fcest Arkansas towns. Buy now. Supply is limited. Bound copies, 50 cents •-add 12 cents if desired to be mailed. ' Unbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents •f you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—Simmons enamel front •wood burning range. Remington portable typewriter. Both good as new. Vernon A. Hammond, Phone 94. l-3tp HENRY HARRISON *' began his march to the White, House through the tangled forests of the Ohio wilderness with Gen. "Mad" Anthony Wayne. Young Harrison . had joined Wayne as aide-de-camp after training at old Fort Washington, Cincinnati. He was with Wayne when that battlirlg frontiersman wound up his brilliant but bloody campaign against the Indians in the battle of Fallen Timbers, Aug. 10, 1794. He waS to spend the greater part of his life in the service of the Northwest Territory thereafter. Successively Harrison was secretary of the Territory, then delegate to Congress. 'In January, 1800, President John Adams appointed him governor of the newly created Indiana Territory and for a few months in 1804 he was governor of the new Louisiana Territory. Meanwhile, the Indians under Tecumseh were combining to wipe 'out the white men around the Great Lakes. So Harrison plunged into active military duty again, and on Nov. 7, 1811, at Tippecanoe river, near the present site of Lafayette, Ind., he roundly defeated the Indians After distinguished service In the War of 1812, and in both Houses of Congress, he was elected President in 1840. He survived his inauguration, however, only one month, dying on April '4, 1841. He is shown above on one of the series of new "Presidential" stamps of the U. S. regular issue, pink, enlarged. {Copyright. 3938, NEA Service! Jnr- ) •FOR SAtE—Complete set of bathroom fixtures, cheap for cash. C. W. Tarpley, l-3tc Notice ^.NOTICE—Ideal Furniture Store has moved to corner of Walnut and 2nd Street where we can serve our customers better. We appreciate raid solicit your business. Remember, we buy, sell and trade. Buy here and save money. 23-12tp. NOTICE—Local money to loan on Improved farm lands and city property; low inteiest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. 25-Gtc Sep 5, 3to FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room furnished 1 apartment with private bath. I East Ave. C. 203 30-3tp Wanted According to an etiquette manual cf the Middle Ages, you should never ift a piece of meat out of the gravy dish with your whole hand, but should delicately fish it out with three fingers, and in so doing immerse your fingers n the gravy farther than the last loint. ,j Today's Answer to. CRANIUM CRACKER j WANTED—Qualified Domestic anc | Personal Service workers: Cooks liMaids, and Nurses. Apply to U. S | Employment Service, immediately. \ , l-6t-dh | The tiny rainfish of South America 1 leaps from the water, rest in the sur- I'face vegetation, and reposes for hours I I with half of its body exposed. I Question on Page One As the cost, is always 100 per cent, he sells the first horse for 25 per cent more, or 125 per cent. If S250 is 125 per cent, 1 per cent is §250 divided by 125, or $2; and 100 per cent, or the cost, is 100 times S2, or $200, the cost of the first horse. Sinca the cost of the second horse was 100 per cent and he lost 25 per cent, he would sell this horse for 75 per cent. If $250 is 75 per cgnt, 1'per cent is $250 divided by 75 or $3.30; and 100 per cent, or the cost of this horse, is 100 times $3.30, or $333.33, the cost of the second horse. Thus the two horses cost $200 plus $333.33, or $533.33. As he sold them for $250 each, or $500 he lost $33.33. I FRENCH PRIMA DONNA HORIZONTAL , 1, lODiminu- . tive diva. 5 She is a present day French . singer. 14 Instrument. : : 15 Danger. 16 Region. :>17Prima donna. ) Sultan's decree. ! 19 To scratch, g 20 King ot the serpents. & 22 Oaks. 525 She gained popularity in United- s. 1 27 Vet. ; 29 Provided. s 31 Upbraids. ;33 Morindin dye I'i 34 To sing. r | 37 Age. l$8 Coin. '«41 Snare. 42 Press fasteners. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 Ireland. 44 Haze 46 Emissary. 47 Sun god. 49 Neither. 50 Mountain. 51 Compass point 52 To lure. . 54 One who aims 56 Implements. 57 Black haw. 58 She was born in ——, France. 59 Hearkens. 11 Bay window. 12 Promontory. 13 Perched. 21 Barbs of a feather. 23 Hazard. 24 She stars in motion s. 26 Opposed to odd. 27 To strike. 28 She is a —«— bi-unet. 30 Distant. 32 God of war. VERTICAL 33 Black bird, 1 Danish weight 35 Battering •REDRAWK) BY RElQUESt LOST YOUR HANDKERCHIEF < HERE, USE I'M /W A ARY /;". 1 IP YdU WILL LOAM MS A MAT AWE£d?Af *? : Q£. A "TRUTH <3AIWe-D POS- SGSSIOKJ '••&•& A «Aie>;;wrtEKj i A POSITION MV BROTHER ZTAKE>-^. A PLA.6LJE TO HIM LGST YCJLJR MAT AWO COAT .Ifl A RAID? YOUR J£ SHARP;<TUMMlMca MUST DULLED PROM MISUSE, \& TH' FIRST T/MS PAIL£D TO MAKE. rTri' REAR EXIT WITH Less THAM A BOTTLES "' CRADLE P /W VOUR ARMS < SEARCH LOSINJcS OLD'TOUCH-AND-(3O ' HECOES ARE MADE -MOT BORW COPR. 193? BY NEA SERVICgjNC. T. By EDGAR MARTIN Boots Is Satisfied AND HER BUDDIES . VO\U. A t-VE. TOMORfc.OV/0 'j' ,*-'"'-'>•. '•'•'•'." -V J . .<»'V v'J*«-- COPB. 1»M BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S By V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP Iron-Man Oop HURT?GOLL/ /C'MT OUT THE WElS PROB'LY \ GAB, AW CET -- ' - ' -THEM LOGS TH' BOY! THAT ST\CK HAS HIS AVO 1 WE'LL, f LAVIM 1 )HAMDS PINWED A COUPLE ROUBLEDYOU WASH TUBES By ROY CRANE Calm Down, Wash VOU GUVS WITH ROSES A.V1D ORCHIDSA UW8E BECAUSE m UME! HOWS ivW TIE ? VJOT'SV IT wtfr oua VMROW6 \N\TH TH' TRAW? HOLY FOR ANOTHER SMOKE! \NHY TH 1 HECK DOESN'T TH' TRAIN COKNE? HER OLD IAAM TOOK HER TO EUROPE TO FOK6ET ME. HK9PY DAW»! SHE PIDW'T FOR6ET. . YT'S A, MJIRE : FROtA'CAROL ' HOVAE! BUT TH' WIRES V^COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. Kg 2 Wading bird. 3 Adores. 4 Leavening agent. 5 Narcotic. 6 By. 7 Pertaining to an era. 8 To free. 9 Abutment an arch. 10 An array Of troops. of machine. 36 Judgment. 39 Snake. 40 Resembling metallic ore. 42 Accent. 45 Part of a pedestal base, 40 Wreck. 48 Kind of pier. 51 Prophet. 53 2000 pounds. 55Ratits bird. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS False Alarm By MERRILL BLOSSER OH, OH! HERE COKAES PORKY AMD HIS FATAL FASCINATION / AND DONT GO , FALUNS FOR. HIM REMEMBER, HE'S OLDER THAN YOU , AND } /.. 3 Ml'YA, JUNE ! GLAD To KNOW YOU I LISTEN ,FRECK, BETTY'S DRIVING UP/ KORKY, I'D LIKE YOU TO MEET JUNE- SHE AND HER FOLKS ARE GOINti ~lb MEET ME AT FAWNSKIN AMD DRIVE ME HOME.' BOY, AIN'T THAT SOMETHING OF „ A SOMETHING? ORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Now Sparrow Knows AND 1 WAS WORRIED . ABOUT HIM FALLIMG FOR ^U .' MOT DI6SETY ! HOME INDUSTWES ARE NOT THREATENED BV INVASION / AS IF- \ "fOU CAN PUT THE? POTATO BACK , Ray Thompson and Charles Coll SO/ LOVEV LAVERE, THE. \\OVIE QUEElO, IMSISTS OKJ FLVIW& TO THE CO/VST TOWI&HT-AKJD ' HE.R- FAS^SOUS t>IAKVDMDS C50 WITH HE.a.,.. WOW/ SHE'S MEVER. WfTH- OUT 'EV\,WHITE.Y... PART OF HEC. PUB- UCnY BUILT?-UR V'KMOW. BUT WEVE OT TO G&T THEOU6H SAFELY/ Ol^AY... BUT I'LL BET SHE'S HOPIM' WE PO MEET THE SKYWAY PIEATE... W//AT A >AeV —, THATD MAXES UNJ THE PISPATCHEC'S OFFICE MVRA "DISCOVEES SPABEOVV VEMKJEB, CA&UALLY THE PASSEWGEG, HELLO, ARE WE CARRY- IMG AMY BIG THERE'S A RUMOC. I f IMCO&- AROUMD THAT LDVEV (OITO LAVERE I5TAKIWG ) STUFF, EH? 'NUMBER. FOUR." f (—* WELL, I THIS EVEKJIWe J T30M'T BLAME

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