Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 7, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 7, 1938
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Wednesday, September 7,. die Qulckct You Sell" RAtES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Thtte titties—3&c word, min. 50c Sfai tifnes—Gc -word, minimum 90c On* month (26 times)—186 1 word, minimum »..-«. ;, $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions onlx. la making -word Count, disregard classification name such as "For H«&V "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or name, or com* plete 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 wordf at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3V4c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: Ail 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 Movie Scrapbook OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJ0RMOt51»LE By J, R, WILLIAMS lPtAYEp72QC.b-MeN ROLBS IN •7O For bate FOR SALE—Copies of H^pe Star's fl,700, Centennial edition giving complete 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. (Inbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents »f 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 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 Seu 5, 3tc 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 $1.00 for your old lamp on any Aladdin Lamp . during September. Duffie Hardware Co. •'•' •"'••• ' 6-3tc WANTED-Two or unfurnished, apartment bath. Phone 607. three room with private 7-3tp Dynamite Didn't Go Off HAYWARD, Calif.-«P)—Two hundred cases of dynamite and the truck that carried them" burned on the highway neear here, while onlookers kept their distance in fear of an explosion. The dynamite failed to blow up. It burned up:"' Has Right Business MOUNT SHASTA, Calif.— (IP)— John Nizza has just made his 18th ascent to the summit of lofty Mount Shasta. But shucks! What does he care if he wears out a little shoe leather? You see, he's a cobbler. •. v K/ow woJ&iNG-iMHfitee u°ves •tfflS NANCY'*. LOVeS TO Pl-Y*« . ff IONG- By BILL PORTER and GEORGE SCARBO Son of a wealthy family, Robert Montgomery was forced to seek a job when his father lost his money and died . . . -he became a mechanic's helper in a railroad roundhouse . . . working as a deck hand on a tanker trorri England to Los Angeles . . . was unimpressed by the movie colony, so he returned home on the tanker . . . became interested in the stage then. . . . talked himself into a job with a. Broadway show . . . turned down his first movie offer, because he didn't believe there was any future in silent films ... 11 months later, with the introduction of sound, he signed a contract ... 11 months after that he was a star. Unclaimed merchandise at a recent postoffice sale included two grass skirts and a derby. ' It looks as if vaudeville is dead all right. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One Ihe following eight stores have no posters: 1-2-7-11-13-14-17-19. The first and second men both leave posters in the 12th store. The first and third men both leave posters in the 15th store. The second and third men both leave posters in the 20th store. This is easily ascertained by writing down the numbers from one to 20 and adding the information given. t3Gfc£>D NJEWS, MIS'TAH MAJTAH / §©SS FATTLETOU SAY HE GIBUS FIVE BUCKS FO'AL>U t>EM BASEBALLS.' ME GOIW 1 'l/ZX^? TO STAMP A S1GVJ OM "Z&A -t?EiNA ; ' : T>AT SAY ~*" THBOW ^As, y£>'v6TeTO FATTLETOWI' HE SAY HE'LL MAKE A MIT WIF 1 C>EM • BASEBALLS AKJ' wiw t3E 'LECTIOM/, m % rn^w *fri aiffiwi \SL mm ^n 'P' %> ii I m £ ^ ,1.1 ? ifs A DEAL/.-THAT PILE OF BASE- •*' BALL.S "REMINDS MS 6^ THE TIME I 'WAS AT THE FOi>T OF MT. VESUVlLJS DURINJ^A TERRIBLE ERUPTIOM/THE EARTH TREMBLED SO VlOLEMTLV THAT IT SHOOK ALL THE APPLES OFF THE TREES AMD THEY CAME COLLING DOWM THE SIDES OF THE VOLCAMO Ikl A MIGHTY AVALAMCHE THAT BURIED OUD. ' ^T-*a^ —7 HOTEL UP TO BALCONY/ , •.-',. ^ W,-<*0 /, % k-NN & ^, t/s, ^ v/-\ '%&K& UPPLE SAUCE ALA HOOPLE* WATCH THIS - WHEKJ TMET WWIFE FALLS IM TWO.' uOWM -' * A-TAKIM MUCH --:r- v -^t#ss^»?at<5^ti->«r=e- . 1538 BY NEA SOWlCtTiNe. T.'kV REO. ITS. P»T. OFF. THE CRITIC BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BOOTS TR\CW. \e A AW ; HER. ,1 -\H\V4R YU. .\_OOV< The Business Man By EDGAR MARTIN WHO'S VAiHo A^ MOCW' 1 CAfcttV AS.OONO COVWE/b \ ALLEY OOP SWc. B\L\. X''CT '. HE CAM'T 'S't — \ CAV-VT WHY, UNDER ;TH' MOON i, OUR WIEW OF —- S^.'S^O^XWELL. IT 5 NIC MOONLldHT Romance Comes to Foozy COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. HEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. By V. T. HAMLIN WASH TUBBS f-7 SCANDINAVIAN RULER HORIZONTAL li 5 Pictured ruler of Sweden. QNeither. 10 Toward. 11 Snaky nsh. 12 Wayside hotel. 13 Constellation. 15 Aurora. 17 To require. 19 Root vegetable. 21 France. 22 Otherwise. 23 Nay. 24 Gazelle. 26 House canary. 28Possessed. 30 Born. 32 Siren. 35 Grain. 37 One, that tamps. 39 Longs for. 41 Neuter pronoun. 42 Annoys. 44 To rupture. 45 Form of "be. 1 46 To perform. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Night before. 49 Pronoun. 51 Pitcher. 53 Pertaining to an axis. 55 Opposed to odd. 57 Silkworm. 58Ix)ng outer garment. 59 Fuddled. 60 Capital city in his kingdom, 1 61 He is 80 old. 14 Turkish- measures. 16 This stU plays tennis. 18 Duet. 20 Ocean. 24 Jewel. 25 To prevent. 26 Afternoon. 27 Roof point covering. 29 Drone bee* 31 To devour. 33 Noah's boat. 34. Dark bread. 38, Data. 28 Poisonous acid, 40 To stick fast. 43 Six-sheeted book. VERTICAL 2 Interior. 3 Not any. 4 Grain. 5 Goat anteldpe. 6 Compass point 44 Kingdom. 7 Ten (termina- 46 Pertaining to tion). 8 Substance from aloes. 10 Rabbit. 12 His nation's birthday gift to him, an air. 48 Stringed instrument. 50 Source of ipecac. 52 Moist. 53 Tree. paralysis 54 Musical note, fund. 56 Ever. DtllY- SPELLS, POC. I-TWVJK \T'S KAV HBAPT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS vou x SUT xME'.GOT TO LWE.TJR] LIME XKAOWA. AT LEAST TEW VEARSA ENOUGH TO TEACH YOUNG MAVBE A TUBBS SO^ETWMG A800T RUMM\M6 MY HE'S TO IAARRV MY , DAUGHTER SOON. He Knows What Hie Wants WELL, WELL! v60 1 RB""fO"BE COUGRATULMED? TU8BS \S A SPLEWDVD CHAP. VERV CHARITABLE AWt) UN-, SELFISH., HAS> A HEART W THAT'S OF 60LD. ^f JUST THE TROUBLE, COWFOUWO \TJ The Inner Man Comes First .U. Si PATTOF By ROY CRANE VOUN& \O\OT COULD feWfc WWAV HAOWEY. I \WAWT A SOW-IM-LAVJ \U\TH EMOUGH SUW^PTIOW TO HAWS ONTO IT! "T By MERRILL BLOSSER So ^ LOMG, PORKY—IT WAS SWELL KNOWING YOU/ I'LL PUT DITTO MARKS UMDER. THAT Go ON — CRY ON HIS SHOULDER AND THEN LETS GET QOINQ.' MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE GEE, MAYBE WE'RE SEEING IT FOR. THE LAST TIME J MAYBE WE'LL NF-YER. COME BACK .' LEAVING OLD FRIENDS AND THINGS ALWAYS SEEMS SO — — SO FINAL' f How DO ! Vou I FEEL ; A&our ! IT, I LAR.D ? DONY ASK. ^ THE BOY NOW, JUNE J HE PROBABLY . FEELS BADLY / AND IT^ HARD TO TALK, WITH A LUMP IN . YOUR THROAT/ JCOPH. 1838 BT'NEA SERVICE.'INC. : T. M. HEP. U. 8~P*T. OFf. ? ~1F HE HAS A LUMP IN HIS THROAT ITS NOT SENTIMENT— ITS A CHOCOLATE? CARAMEL II A Confederate tly Ray Thompson and Charles Coll J THE STEWARDESS' kirCHEWE-T, MVEA SPEAKS 6OFTLY WITH WHITEV IM THE R LOT'S COCKPIT OKAY BACK HERH, WHITEV- BUT BE. ON VDUR. GUAED - I'VE SPOTTED A PHOKjy EG - PAEDOKJ ME, MISS, \ BUT I WAS .JUST WOMDEI2.-1 IWG IF VOU COULD IWTBO- J DUCE ME TO THAT MOVIB t>" STAC2. WHO OCCUPIES THE LITTLE EOOM FOBWAED ^ WHV, I'LL EEj MK. AWBEOSE JUST AS YOU SAV, MISS LAVERE MO-MO.' I'M MUCH TOQ .'rpy; ^^AKE UP MV BERTH. ; TPLL THIS AAAM I'LL. &IVE i-v'M MY AUTO- IM TH£ (jfe/2/A/G H/S OPPORTUNITY, (*) BGOSE SLIPS /A/TO TH£ K CHEMET, WHEK&l-ie BUZZES SI&UAL.'. AMV C^AW&E )M THE COUC.SE.?,..., GOOD/ THEN WE'RE AW* SET/ III

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