Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 6, 1938 · Page 4
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SAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOI>ij» ARKANSAS Tuesday September; 6, 1938 •Tin Mar* yw Tefl the Quicker Ybti9«a >< KATES Ofl« Uflis-^c word, ttdnlimiffi 30e Three times-^Hc wbrd, rtln. 5(M Six times— 6c word, minimum !KW One month (26 times)— 18c •word, minimum --- $2.16 twtes are tot continuous Inter* tlonsonlx, . In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Kent," "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. 3. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2e 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 See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc For Sale FOR- SALE—Copies of Hope Star's |l,tOO Centennial edition giving conn 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 rf you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh • FOR SALE—Nice young horse. One grist mill and engine complete. H. S. Dudley, Hope Route 2, Box 22. 5-3tp 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. • —— • • 1 Regular meeting of Masonic Lodge Tuesday night. Degree work Friday night, Sept. 9, and Tuesday night, Sept. 13. 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 STORIES IN STAMPS Peru's Venerated Volcano A LL Arequipa looks toward lowering, ancient El Misti, and holds this extinct volcano in deepest Veneration. Occasionally EJ Misti pufl's feeble vapors from its 19,000-foot crest, but for the most part it has been quiescent 20C years, perhaps even 300. Arequipa, however, is not trustful. It connects El Misti with a series of historic earthquakes, the last of which, in 1868, practically destroyed the city. At thd same time Arequipa is inordinately proud of this gijnt peak, and of Chachani and Piclui- pichu, which also dot the horizon. Arequipa is a beautiful city, the second city of Peru, lying at the base ol these mountains on a lofty plateau. It is a white city of Spanish colonial type surrounded by orchards, fields, market gardens, and broad avenues of eucalyptus trees. The climate is dry, the air pure and invigorating. Ever watchful ol El Misti, Are- Cjuipa has constructed its houses massively to resist earthquakes. The material is a white porous volcanic stone Which hardens with age. A cathedral and many beautiful churches, monasteries, and hospitals are built of this stone. Hot and cold springs are utili7.ec! for the entire city. Site of beautiful Arequipa Avas discovered, believe the Peruvians, by the Inca 'leader Mayna Capac. He is said to have sent 3000 families there to settle. The present city was founded by the Spaniard Pizzaro in 1540. Today it ranks as one of the foremost commercial and intellectual centers of Peru. El Misti.is shown here on a 1932 Peruvian stamp. tOci|>yi-ijslit. mas. M13A Service. Inc.> FOR RENT FOR RENT—My home 510 E. 3rd, C. M. Agee. Phone 730 3-3tp FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment, privaate bath, 222 East Avenue B. Mrs. Belle Phillips 3-3t-p. Wanted WANTED—Qualified Domestic and Personal Service workers: Cooks, Maids, and Nurses. Apply to U. S. Employment Service, immediately. l-6t-dh WANTED—We will allow 51.00 for your old lamp on any Aladdin Lamp during September. Duffie Hardware Co. 6-3tc Clerks to Help Customers in Buying FORT ARTHUR, Texas.—W—The federal and state governments will sponsor a course here this fall to instruct store employes how to teach "scientific buying" to the public. If the plan is a success the course will be taught in other cities. Clerks will be instructed how to answer intelligently such questions as "How can rayon be distinguished from silk?" "How to tell wool from wool-and-cotton?" "How to tell good soap from bad?'.' Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The paper was en evident forgery. The letters A. D.—after the birth of Christ—were not used until 532 years after Christ was born, and Mr. X, being an extremely learned man, would have known this. OUR BOARDING HOUSE .... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS " DfiAT IT, jrASOW/ Dl-SPOSlTlOM ARE- WE TO MAV4E. OF THESE UMP- frjPF - P = EGAt5.' WE MI6HT 5ELL, A PEWMY STICK OF CAMDV MADE IW THE SHAPE Of= A BALL BAT FO&, FIVE dEMTS AMD GIVE A BASEBALL FRE.E WITH J IT/ MV WOB.D/ THAT'S A STBRLIMG IDEA/ -~~ MOIT'S IDEAS LIKE THAT THAT KEEIP ME IW MOT VVAtefe./ IT AlM'T WORTH GITTIW* BAGS , UfJDAH VO EVES LIKE AM 1 Ol ftAlft OB PAMTS, WOGRVIKJ' 'BOUT ^ 3.O WORTH O& PlWE- CEKJT BASEBALLS, MISTAH MAJfAH/ -~~ IP t>EV WAS MIME. AH'D SHO GET Rlt> Ofe TJEM > 'CAUSE A/\AH FURV AM' BASEBALLS AINJ'T A VERV HEALTHY COMBIMATIOM TO HAB AtZOLJMD/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES "*•• SAID SOMETHING ) THERE, JASOM W^ TXDM'T KMOW-- Wfe -TI& SEEM PASSIM' BY AU' GOT IMTO A ARGUMEMT ABOUT HOW MUCH ^ ~> HE'D WEIGH....HOW MUCH WOULD VOU HIM? ^ '' WHY MOTHERS GET T. M. REG. u. s PAT: ore. .COI'R. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. That Is That By EDGAR MARTIN O\O '\V\\Ki<b'b 11 O 1 ? ^V< As'b A ^.t^ , SOT VOO VOHO ALLEY OOP ,XOO 00 , CV\tV'b'c.^ BOXWOOO N'b He's Disgustingly Healthy >>^ _ COPR. 1938 BY i { SMUX, OOOLA- l'(V\ ASHAMED OF POOZ.V YOU HAD SUCH A NICE LUNCH. AN' BIG OU6-HE DIDN'T HARDLY /wiSTAKFM TOUCH NUTHIN ^'4 GOING By V. T. HAMLIN GOLLY, OOOLA-MEBBE I'D BETTER HAUE /•— ' NO, ALLEY- TH' GRAND WIZ1ER/I DON'T THINK LOOK 'I/Y\ OVER- ( TH' WIZ1ER COUt.O DO HirA /v\vl GOOD -v~ WASH TUBES Cheer Up, Wash! WELL, 1M OANGED IF I CAN UNDERSTAND IT - iX/E NEVER LOST MV APPETITE 1 TELLING WANTED—Two or three room furnished apartment with private bath. Phone 607. 6-litp ANCIENT GODDESS HORIZONTAL 1 O lief goddess ol the pantheon. 7 She was called the Earth . 12 To fly. ISEi'gle's nest. 16N»val assistant. 17 Fjilsehood. 18 An expanse. 19 Wrath. 24 Apple center. 21 Note in scale. 23 And. 23 To loan. 25 Deity. 26 Musical note. 28 Puts into notation. 33 Absolute rulers. 37 Apples mashed. 38 Self. 40 Overpowering fright. 41 Impels. 42 Eccentric wheel. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 Goddess of peace. 44 Exists. 46 Epic. 50 Occurrence. 54 To testify. 55 East Indian plants. 56 To be sick. 51 Spigot. 58 To alleviate. 20 Clothed in flames, she the enemies of her people. 24 She made a into the underworld (Pi.). 25 Periodical. 27 Seeks to attain. 29 Rowing tool. 30 Tow boat. 31 Expert flyer. 32 Dry. VERTICAL 33 Church title. 1 Form of "be." M Nominal 2 Composition value, for one voice. 35 UnTt. 3 Scalp covering 36 Baking dish. 4 Oak. 5 To clatter. 6 Brother. 7 Quality of temperament. 8 Coat end. 9 To employ. 59 She was asso- 10 Paradise, ciated with 11 Of the thing, the planet 14 Silkworm. 39 African people. 45 Sleigh. 47 To toll. 48 Timber tree. 49 Tree bearing kola nuts. 51 To select by ballot. 52 Enthusiasm. 15 Frozen dessert 53 Animal. \KJWKT \M\TH 60VIVJ6 AN ENGAGEMENT R\^, AW HELPia 1 A SONCHA. GUVS OUT, AVi' U\R6\KJIA'6 OPERATION, 6EE WIZ ! I TNDN't KEAUZE I'D BEEN) 5PEND\U' QU\TE ^0 WUCH COULWT t PA,Y ONLY $800 R - BACON? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MIWO.SUIEET VWE'LL REWTA FOR A YEAR ^^r* _-^~- -PAT5EE/ By ROY CRANE TWEN «W£LL BUILD A LITTLE HOME OF OUR OWN , WITH A COSE 6ABPEW AWT> A RECREATION LODGE AND A,- ^W\)AWMQ POOL. YOU'LL BE A TREW.EHOOUS SUCCESS IM BUSINESS I 1 JUSt IOW VOU WILL J! Lost Its Charm ITS NOT THE LEAST BIT OUT OF OUR WAY* IT SURE IS NICE ( OF YOUR DAD TO DRIVE \ US BACK TO SHAOYSOE/ m? I SURE HATE TO m LEAVE I I'M GONNA MISS IN THE BUCKET, LARD HEARING THAT C3COD OLD LAKE LAPPING THE SHORE AT NISHT' By MERRILL BLOSSER LAKE WATER. ! PLANNED ON TAKING SOME OF IT HOME AS A REMINDER OF THE SUMMER — BUT \T'S NO USE/ / J2VE SAT MERE \ WATCHING IT FOR N TEN MINUTES, AND IT HASN'T MADE A SOUND NOT EVEN A RIPPLE / MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Suspicious Character ISy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll U PUEE. SMOOTHLV ^ AS THE (3IAMT AIRLINER. GLIDES PEACE- FULLV THROUGH THE EVEMIMG CLOUDS. MVEACARE- FUULV CHECKS THE FASSEM- GER. LIST AS. SHE 60ES ABOUT HER TXJT1ES AS STEWAEPESS fAAV 1 SEE YOUR. TICKETS, PLEASE? THAWKS, ME. ANABEOSE ,,sl SE.E THIS IS VOUR FIEST FLIGHT • YES, STEWARDESS, AMD FEAWKLY iM A &IT WER.- VOUS, WHAT WITH ALL THIS TALK ABOUT U BAKJPITS/ MOW JUST RELAX, SIR. .^ WE HAVE TWO VERY ALERT AMD SKILLFUL PILOTS ABOARD TOKJISHT OOPR. 1930 B'f HCK SERVICE. INC. T'M:nEC. U. 9. PAT. OfF. A PHONY BEARD, THAT, IF EVER, I -SAW OWE.' HE SEEMED OVERLY CAUTIOUS, TOO, WHEM 1 OFFERED HIM THAT LieHT/ IVA/AT HIS GAME BE?'

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