Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 2, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1938
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•l»AQfi # OUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS •The Mote You fell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3Hc word, rain. SOc Six times-Be word, minimum 90e One monlK (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous inser* tions onljj. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, SOc for one time; at 3'Ac word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bilL PHONE 768 Services Offered Ideal FurnKiu-e Store has just received Big LT't of Living Room Suites, Rugs, etc. Remember we sell cheaper. 5-26 up See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc For baf.e • STORliS IN STAMPS^ OUR BOARDING HOUSE 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. 31-3tp. FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk, good condition, looks like new. See Geo. W. Kobison, at Robison's. ' l-3tc FOR SALE—Copies of Hope Star's |1,700 Centennial edition giving complete authentic history of 20 Southwest 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 of you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—Simmons enamel front wood burning range. Remington'port- able typewriter. Both good as new. Vernon A. Hammond, Phone 94. l-3tp FOR SALE—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 custo- " rners '^tetter. We appreciate and solicit your business. Remember, we buy, sell and trade. Buy here and save mon- > -ey. 23-12tp. Oratory Raised Him ; ; To Statesmanship ^ f"PHE wing-footed words of •"• Daniel Webster rang through the halls of Congress first in 1812. Webster had been elected by a party opposed to the war with England and he .lost no time speaking against the embargo, in favor of strengthening the navy, on the currency, bank and -the tariff. And from this 'point, it is clear, his rise to statesmanship began. In the next few years Webster developed as a brilliant constitutional lawyer, appearing before the U. S. Supreme Court repeatedly. And s i m u 1 taneouslyhe emerged as one. of the greatest prators of all times. In 1820 he Delivered the oration at Plymouth on the second centennial of the landing of' the .Pilgrims; in 1825 an oration at the laying of the cornerstone of the Bunker Hill monument; and in 1826 a'eulogy in Adams, and Jefferson. These Ihree great addresses established ,iis reputation. After many notable speeches, he leached the high point of his oratory in his great reply to Hayne jn the nature of the Union and nullification. In this epoch-making address he successfully ccm- i batted the theory of nullification i jnd defended the nationalist view i of the Union. His last great i speech was that delivered in the j Senate on March 7, 1850, on the Compromise Measures of 1850. Webster is shown above on the 15-cent orange stamp of the U. S. issue of 1870, enlarged.' > ICojjyrigM. 103S. NEA Service. Inc.) GIVE A .SLEUTH A WHIFF OF TH 1 COC.K AMD HE'LL LOCATE TH' stay/ — '• TO THIS — " COPS FINJD BUTTOlO AT SCEME OF CRIME AMP SMIFF OUT OWMER FCOMi MILLIONS OF • PEOPLE IM MEW SDBK" / ijj* VEH.l SAW THAT with . . . . MAJOR HOPPLE OUT OUR WAY pp> ^^w " S fl'\ * Friday,. Septemb'er^lggg. By J, R. WILLIAMS — THEV evew TH' THAT HE USED TO SEW TH' BUTTOM OM/ EH? m WHAT WAS • THAT ? *! - U-' EGAD/ IF THEY CAM FIKJD A NAAK3 WITH THE AID OF A BUTTOM , WHAT CHAX1CE HAVE 1 WHEW THEV POSSESS AAV COAT AMD HAT? @ F\ \\ r' 0 SlDlMG THE MAJOR. CXJ A KIDDIWG CAR - " ^ i . COPR. 1938 BY N.EA.S.ERVICE. INC. T. /TH' BULL O 1 TH' WOODS \f OH, V-US CHAWCES \ » ^M . u. jt #•—* » u ... -•« . .. #««. r-» l™* A. f"4 #"*S 1 \ L l G\T TV4E.SE. DAYS EDUCATION, AG\MST ALL. THESE COLLEGE GUVS WHO AR^ AFTER TH 1 B\0 JOBS WOULD BE ABOUT TM' SAME UOW, BECAUSE. W&'D feE OME= OP TW COLLEGE GUVS yOU HAVE TO BE TO UVE THAT'S ALL. THEY'LL. MIFSE: AWV MORE c*ff/Q~> ^y 11 :^^ ^^^^ f ^^''^' COPR. 193d BY NC* SERVICE. INC. , X T.W BEG. U. 5. PAT. OFF. THE OLD SCHOOL BOOTS ANDJHER BUDDIES HAiMOV-• CAK V A So-oooo! By EDGAR MARTIN NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. 25-6tc Sep 5, 3tc Give Up Baseball? CHICAGO—If a certain report turns out to be true, Mel Ott soon may be able to go in the taxi business. Ott who already had owned an automobile, was awarded another for being the most popular third baseman in a nation-wide poll conducted by a cereal company. Now, since he has been switched back to the outfield, it is reported that he is leading all major leaguers for the right field position in the same poll. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room furnished partment with private bath. 203 Jast Ave. C. 30-3tp Wanted WANTED—Qualified Domestic and Personal Service workers: Cooks, .Maids, and Nurses. Apply to U. S. Employment Service, immediately. l-6t-dh Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One No, the entire train cannot be placed on the sidings. There is no room for the engine and the tender. There are places for 71 cars, and the 70 cars of the train, plus the caboose, will completely fill these places. ALLEY OOP FELLERS-SO LONG AND Big, Tough, He-Man Foozy -2 COPR. 1938 RY NEA SERVICE, By V. T. HAMLIN VOO N BC^5-LL>J^r °^£™ N BE KJEEOIN' US AMV MORE I, ALLEV- I'M GIVING A LITTLE PA(?TV FOR A FRIEND AND 1 WANT / -x VOU AND .. ' SURE, FOOZV TO /KIO-VOU CAN BE THERE V COUNT ON U5 ~ V'BETCHA/ "vOU SURE DID, OAO GurA^ TH 1 LUCK/ I'D GIUE ,~~ A LOT, THIS PINK /WELL.S'ER WELL, PAL - IT LOOKS LIKE I STUCK OUR ALL RIGHT, BOV5-i'LL BE SEEING VOU AT THE NOT GONNA DUCK I','.' roVa.1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T, M. REG. U. S. PAT. WASH TUBBS How Can He Explain? By ROY CRANE SPEED CHAMPION HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured globe-encircling flyer. 12 Genus of sheep. 13 Pathway between rows of seats. 16 Part in a drama. 17 Tarpaulin. 18 Breast. 10 Orient. 20 Sheltered place. 21 Simmers. 22 Before. 24 North America. 26 Devoured. '27 Paid publicity 29 Onager. 32 Thing. 34 Battering machine. 36 Neck band. 38 Position in golf. 41 Maple seed. 43 Sound. Answer to Previous Puzzle TB APHS N A IP S • E MJ. 44 Restriction. 45 Russian mountains. 46 Soothes. 48 To make jagged. 50 Sun god. . 51 Genus of moles. 55 Truce (variant). 59 .Machine part. 60 Recipient. 01 He made a 62 He %vas a successful picture producer. VERTICAL 1 Opposite of cold. 2 Egg-shaped. 3 Metal string. 4 Quaking. 5 Pats gently. 6 Valuable property. 7 Skirt edges. the world 8 Cupidity. night in less 9 Venerable. than 4 days. 10 Otherwise. 11 To harden. 14 Particles. 15 Opposite of higher. 23 He made the flight in history. 25 Circle part. 27 Wine vessel. 28 He is a young man. 30 Portico. 31 Without. 33 Snaky fish. 35 Stirring. 36 Container weight. 37 Persia. 39 Born. 40 Type standard 42 Mire. 47 Beetle wing cover. 49 No good. 52 Since. 53 Rumanian coin. 54 Skillet. 56 Insect. 57 Portuguese coin. 58 Lion. DO Doctor of medicine. \ ^ WHAT LOUELV, LOVELY FLOWERS 1 HOW THOU6HTFUL! OH, AWGEL \T SEEfAS AS IF/ I TC\ED I'VE BEEW GOVIE FOR / NOT TO BE- YEARS AMD YEARS. / MSERABLE WHILE VOU WERE •60ME, CAROL — BUT... GULP... I COULWT HELP VY. I HOPE CAROt V'VES, VME'VIE TEAR/6EEM Ovm6 Tfi YOU AVJAV / KMOU) WHAT K»NO FROWk YOUR OF BUSINESS /-< OH, OBOV! 1 WEVER.WEVERN V^ELL, I'D BE SO TUBBS, HNPPY A6A1N. /BOY, HOVW'S 6US\WESS? ALL WvY THOUGHTS, DEAREST, VNERfc OF YOU YOU'VJfc 1MTO, AViP \WORK JUST TO MEET OETTIMG ALOW6 '. COPR 1938BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. 6>F. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Repeat Performance By MERRILL BLOSSER ^ THERE A COUPLE OP THINGS WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT.' WAKT ME, BKADFORD WKATS ON YOUR. MIND, BRADFORD WHEN YOU FIRST MOVED INTO THIS ' CABIN, YOU SAID J WAS A SPOILED, RICH KID ! REMEMBER,? YOU SAIP "rOU WERE GONNA MAKE ME OVER MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE AND REMEM.BER. HOW Z CUT A HOLE IN YOUR CANVAS COT, AND WHEN YOU SAT DOWN ON IT, YOU FELL THROUGH? i I WAS AFRAID MAYBE YOU'D FOR6OTTEN / Surprise (Sy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll SET, ME,. -OtJLV FOUR, PEOPLE KKJOW THAT LOV'E LAVEC6 IS FLYlWCrr TOKJIcbHT... VOU, WHUEV, SPAEROV MYSELF/ I GOOD/ AMP GIVEKJ THE FLIGHT SUPER- 7HE OFFICE ..... , VEWMEC. - WE CAKJ'T SPARE VOU Aa TOSJICJHT..... VOU'RE. SCHEDULED FOR, FLIGHT MUMBEC2. FOUR. TO THE COXVST PLEASE SEWD THIS WIRE TO ME.. JACK LAME, CARE OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE IkJ TUC50M, ARJZOMA .A.KJD THEM MYGA PEOCEEDS TO THE CHART BOOM WHERE WHITEV AMD SPACCOW AC2E STUDVIWG THE WEATHEC. REPORTS PRIOR, TO THE FLIGHT „. FOR V>Y [ YOO/ FIC2.ST ASSI&KJMEMT, I CAPTAItvJ.' J '

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