Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 3, 1938 · Page 4
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I. HOPES STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, Scptemb'cr 8,1988 "The More toii TeU the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three tirnes-3V4c word, min. 50c ^ix limes-Sc word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c Word, minimum —. 12.'"' Bates are for continuous insertions onl£. 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 fuU 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 time; at 3%c 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 Furniture Store has gust received Big Lot of Living Room Suites, Bugs, 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 For Sale STAMP NEWS OUfc BOARDING HOUSE . . ._. . , „ wjth . , . .MAJOR HOPPLE OUTJURWAY By J, R, WILLIAMS FOR SALE—Two nice brick veneer residences and a beautiful lot HO by 140 feet, room for two or three buildings. Close in, cheap. Call 66 or 284 31-3tp. trunk, good See Geo. W. l-3tc FOR SALE—Wardrobe condition, looks like new. Hobison, at Robison's. FOR SALE-Copies of Hops Star's |1,700 Centennial edition giving com. plete authentic history of 20 South' West 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 tit you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh the second time President Roosevelt is to be honored oft a foreign stamp. Reports from China Indicate that the President's head will appear together with that of Generalissimo Chiang Kai- shek on a set ot four Chinese stamps. The proposed issue will commemorate the establishment of trans-Pacific telephone service. The denominations will be 5, 25, 50 cents and $1. Guatemala first honored the President on a miniature sheet marking the 150th anniversary of the U. S. Constitution. * * * The American Air Mail Society has announced plans to release this fall its exhaustive "American Air Mail Catalog." The book has been in the process of preparation for several years, each department being edited by a specialist in that particular field. For further information address, Walter Conrath, Albion, Pa. Interesting new issues: Germany—two stamps honoring Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, pioneer builder of dirigibles. The 25-pfennig blue shows the Count standing in the gondola of one of his early rigid airships. The 50- pfennig green depicts an upward view of the underside of a modern dirigible. Spain—six new Loyalist "submarine" stamps, issued to transport mail through the rebel submarine blockade. The values range from one to 15 pesetas. Three of these were also issued in miniature sheet form. Dominican Republic—s ingle value 10 cent airmail, showing clipper plane over beautiful Tru- Jillo harbor. Spanish Morocco—a ten value airmail series, printed in vivid colors, depicting Moroccan scenes. Colombia—seven stamps to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Bogota, capital city. Bulgaria—four values celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bulgarian railroads. " France—50-franc value hailing Clement Ader as the "father of aviation" for "first" flight Oct. 14, 1897. (Copyright 1038, NEA Service. Inc.) FOR SALE—Simmons enamel front wood burning range. Remington portable 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 PUTT sd BSD, MJSTAH MA JAM ~* SO WAT AKJO GOtt AIM'T ' "DE OKJLV GOOD MEWS AH BROUGHT BACK/ t>E COPS PICKED UP MISTAH JAKE BUT COULDNJ'T PCOVfe WUPFINJ OKJ HIM, AM 1 DB DAY AFTEC. VOU LBP-T, BV DE PEKJCE 2oLrm, WE COT MIS MULA .SHOW BACK.' Z UAAP ? SfuTT ? sRjTf '•: *TH6. SCHEMING WJAVfe/ SLIPPING MV NECK 1KJ THfe MOOSfe WHEW THEY WERE ABOUT TO HAMG HIM.' , WHEW HE pnesEWTEO THE SHOW -> ME t MIGHT HAVE KWOWIO IT WAS A TRJCK/ THE OML.Y THIKJG HE EVEG. GAVE ME, WAS THE MUMPS/ OF GOOD '. PAT.'OFF. U VEH, AM.' THAT'S vVHY rrHEY'Klte ^^-* UHDER- DEVELOPED! ' NO, HOT VAA THE CAM AT OHE. TIME - THE CRAMMER £ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES We Shall See By EDGAR MARTIN Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Notice NOTICE—Ideal Furniture Store has moved to corner of Walnut and 2nd Street where we can serve our customers better. We appreciate and 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 interest rates; quick action* Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. 25-6tc Sep 5, 3tc Wanted WANTED—Qualified Domestic and ^Personal Service workers: Cooks, ••% Maids, and Nurses. Apply to U. S ^Employment Service, immediately. l-6t-dh FOR RENT FOR RENT—Three room furnished pariment with private bath. 201 Jast Ave. C. 30-3tp 0\0 '. VOO OF V\f\ViOV I AM A LOT kyOVW 0\0 We. tiPsV V\t O\OVYT I \\AVit TO &wtw\ww. xoo ? r 1 \_oow. -35X l^k ~i -J_93a_BY NCA SERVICE, INC. T. M. R . u. s PAT: ALLEY OOP That's Different By V. T. HAMLIN Question on Page On& The first stop after the sub-basement is the first floor, and thfe next is the second floor, as the mezzanine intervenes and is skipped. After that the elevator stops at all even floors going up, including the 30th floor, and also stops at the roof garden, as the. problem stated that the elevator "goes to the roof." Coming down from the roof, the even numbers the elevator stops at are 28, 22, 16, 10 and 4, and it then stops at the first floor^ as it did going up. Thus the elevator makes seven stops in all at the same places, counting the first floor and the roof. FOR RENT My home 510 E, 2nd C. M. Agee. Phone 730 . 3-3tp FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment, privaatc bath, 222 East Avenue B. Mrs. Belle Phillips 3-3t-p. GOTTA 0 THAT'S GOT IN MV HAlR- GOTTA GO WITH ( SOftE PINK PARTV AFFAIR - ROCK IN ERIN 1 WASH TUBES ""WHAT! NOT EvEU A JOB? VOUK16 WAN, I THOUGHT YOU 601V1S TO SET THE \WORLD A.FIRE WHILE \WE WERE GONE. v/ DADDY, fvEUBER YOUR 9ROWASE. DANG FOOZ.V/ HERE IT \i> N€ARLV TIME TOO TO OOOLA'S PAPTV AN' HE'S NOWHERE /- — ABOUT/ / WELL.BV GUM, HE CANT V^.T.H WHAT AM I OOIN"? WEL^WHAT TH' , .n COM61N' MY WHISKERS, AM' WV mv NECW/ AIN'T THERE A PARTV TO WHICH WE GO, VOU PLAT- HEAOEO HUNK A SO'N'SO? wte/'g ft* N fal j "*:;:." &^ r^ 1 -.-- >jr ..W a.* ^COPR. ^936 BY NEA SERVICE. INC '^ T. M. REG U. S. PAT. OFF. A SO-6ETTER! OH. AGREED TO OUR &W2R\A.GE AND \S TAK1UG YOU \WTO THE Why Wait? By ROY CRANE HORIZONTAL 1,7 Stone of flattery pictured here. 11 Cuckoo. 12 European shad. 14 To classify. 16 God of war. 17 Sound of a bell. 19 Stream. 20 Sorrowful. 21 Pound. 22 Goodby. 24 Wild ox. . 25 Wayside hotel. 47 Flogging Answer to Previous Puzzle 27 Shower. 29 Monkey. 31 Chaos. 32 Musical character. 34 Postscript. 35 Seizes. 38 Varnish 'ingredient. 40 To rely. 42 Pronoun. 43 Window parts 45 Wrath. 46 Myself. soundly. 50 Spain. 52 Lubricated. 53 To give medical care. 55 Auto repair shop. 57 Compound ethers. 59 Many legend: of are woven it. 60 Purposes. VERTICAL 1 Violent wind. 2 Made of lead. 3 Morindin dye. 4 North America. 5 Ell. 6 Warbler. 7 Measure. 8 Bone. 9 Water wheels. 10 Great lake. around 11 this stone makes one a blurneyer. 13 To weep, 15 Many s come to Blar« ney Castle to see it. 18 Sea bird. 23 To accomplish 24 To be sick. 26 Hospital attendant. 28 To assent to. 30 Church parts. 33 Light vessel. 36 Exclamation. 37 Devil. 38 Fat. 39 God of sky. 41 Home of Abraham. 43 To primp. 44 Vampire. 46 Wise men. 48 Seaweed. 49 Birds' home. 51 Free theater ticket. 52 Native metal. 54 Five and five. 56 Measure of area. 58 Road. \6M'T VT -S^PLY TOO \MOMOERFUL TOR GO\W6 TO TRMM YOU fOV5 Js BKa RIGHT A\W/\Y, \F \WE HAVE A LONG- ENGAGEMENT. OTHERWISE, YOU'D BETTER VMMT UWTtt, AFTER H'OWEYUOOM. ^^-^ ^QBQY! KKE FOR A QUVCK I IP*fN*Klt 4* Off - &UT. CONFOUND YT, I THOUGHT HE \M/\6 MSRE OF A GO-GETTER.' \ !*• ** ^rf W I n^^ »W t F^n\TV 7 W W t W T* f^ V S POSmoW. I 3UST KWOVW YOU'LL ^— -, BE A SUCCESS! PORE SUfAPIU WAPPEttS. By MhKKlLL BL.OSSEK Bradford Collects His Due FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS TMATS ALL i. WANTED TO KNOW / WHAT J FROM NOV IS MY OWN RESPONSIBILITY SUMMER CAMP OFFICIALLY WAYMAM DUTIES COUNSELOR. MVRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE Precious Carg9 INU- J . "i- HC.U- u. P' '' <«j_: J^JiT,• Lfl _ ^~ •*_- -,-— 1 *__.*: i_ • T-*^ Ray Thompson and CharlesColl WHY AU. THE EOCCITE- MEKTT? 1 THOU&HT YOU Wk/AKITED ME TO MAK£ WTF^»™~ * **i^ **^ _-. A r~*i t AWRBsrHOPwrrHyou, C3OOD EVEMIM&j MIS5 UXV&RE. 5O C3LAD TO HAVE VOU WITH yOLJ'LU TA^E THE SKY •sl C WHY, ^'5 ) ~ DUE. STAC. *—v {J v PAe£:i ' EKJ ' 3 'J YES, SPARCZOW-THAT'S LOVIE. LAVERS /V/'e-eSOA//AUD IT'S CX.JR JOB TO GET HER. AJOD HER PRECIOUS' DIAKAOKJDSTO THE COVST HEV, UDOK WHO'S GETTIMiS OUT Or FOR DEAR OUP AUUED, EH?

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