Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 8, 1938 · Page 6
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STAR, HOPH ARKANSAS Thursday. SeptembeL8,,1938 I. n miVY HIM 'i—"•'«"•"" ' •• ,*ouT*U '''" iKe Quicker Yctt Sell" '; - fcAifis minimum 30c Word, min. SOc word, minimum 90c (26 times)—I8c word, minimum fMO Rates are for continuous inser- f In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For -•Kent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. ,fcut each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as ia full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern 1 furnished apartment, with garage, dose in. Bargain. J. 'V. Blank, phone 9999. 'Total, 15 words, at 2c word, SOc t for;onfe time; at 3Vac 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 Vtest Fourth, for New anU Re-built Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc STORIES IN STAMPS "OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJORHOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J, R. WILLIAMS |)¥ ' »* 1935 V-8 Ford Coupe Deluxe offeree to any responsible person who will complete payments. Hope Star. 8-3tp For Sale SALE—Copiesof Hv.pe Star's 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 ef 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. Native "Nc-rmortdies" Oftthe'Eost TtfO glaht thrbbblrifc engines -power the graceful -dhows '«( thr-Arabian sea arid thfc East African coast, but speed records are hung up daily and a vast commercial trade is maintained with these home-made vessels.'For the dhows are the "Normandies" of their own waters. Nowhere in the world are there more excellent boatmen and more skilled boat-building centers than in the Orient and along the African coast. Hence these vessels, usually of about 150 to 200 tons' buvden, with their picturesque and efficient stems rising with a long slope "from the water. Generally dhows have but-'.one mast with a lateer) sail. Their.yards are of enormous length. The language from which'their name is derived is- unknown. , The greater part of the coasting trade of the Red Sea and the Persian gulf is famed on in these dhows. At one 'time the dhows were the regular vessels employed in the slave trade'from the east coast of Africa. They stretched 1 a jaunty and picturesque parade along the torrid shoreline. No blueprints or. mechanical devic.es went into their construction, yet they were swift, noiseless, and steady. A dhow is shown here on a current stamp of Mozambique, one of a series of 19 values depicting the country, life, animals, • and civilization of this Portuguese colony in southeast Afri- ; ca, bordering on j t-'h'e M o z a : m- bique channel. The area ot M oza mbioue jprovince is j 294,000 square miles. « (Copyright-, IV3S, NBA Service, Inc.) ilsal-W »SKZ3<MS!' NOTICE—Local money to loan on Improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. 2S-6tc Sep 5, 3tc Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Wanted WANTED—Qualified Domestic and Personal Service workers: 'Cooks, Maids, and Nurses. Apply to U. S. Employment Service, immediately. l-6t-dh WANTED—4 wheel trailer with 16 inch: wheels. Must be in good sh'ape and cheap. Phone 9F2-1. W. H.' Harris Route 4, Hope, Ark. 8-3tp Question on Page One Mr.-Brown has 13 descendants. He has three children of his own, plus his children's children, which number'10. The stepson is not a descendant, nor are the stepson's children. BOYS WANTED—To , do. pleasant, 'educational work after school and on Saturdays. Good pay. Prizes. Apply by letter to J. Ti care Hope Star. 8-ltp 1 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 : T-3tp 'At the time of the Armistice, American aircraft manufactures were able r to produce 21,000 planes a year, more than all the Allies combined coulc pt out. Some Grain Seeds Don't Spoil For Years FORT COLLINS, Colo.-(JP)— Experiments at Colorado State College have disclosed certain seeds may be stored for years without harming their ability :o germinate. Wheat, oats and barley were storec for 10 years and no material loss in germination ability was noted. There was a sharp break between the tenth and twelfth years. The germination of back-amber sorghum was; greater after 10 years than the yeear after harvest. Yelow dent corn can be stored safely for at least six years. The results of the experiments were contained in an announcement to Colorado farmers with a suggestion that best results are obtained when the seed is stored in an unheated, dry room. The seed also should be' grown on clean ground. HE'LL PLAV THE WROMG PlUAUCIAL. PAW, VVDEAG., THAT JUST THE C»f= M.V SU&-CONSCIOUS WO "DOUBT TH5 RESULT 05= HAVISJG OMCS. ESEM A TOBACCO AUCTIOKJGE.-E. p ou n UP "TAP 'OF- KJlGrHTS, AMD WHEK) (SET it) nrwe OP voua \Ttrntuclifi5hinamrj WITH HE'LL A CR.UTCH UMDEQ. HIS LOUD KEPT Mfe AV.VAKE HALP THE MGMT A TAUKINJG AMD WITH YOURSELF ABOUT V_ MOKJEV/ E<3Ar>/ COULD I BV HAVE REvEALfcD THE. MlOlNJO PLACE OP THE THRKE tOLLAGS 1 HAVE CACHED FOR THE r REST OWLS CLLJS M1DMIGHT 4L LUMCH AMD POKER. GAME t OP THE PALL ^ HES GOIKJG TO WIRE HIM FOC.SOUMD= I'// 'h YEARS TOO COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. By EDGAR MARTIN Checking Up BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES J "'. XOO ^_ -rt By V. T. HAMLIN Puppy Love (ME MIND?' WHY, ZEL-1 THINK THfVT WOULD 6E JUST SWELL--- VEZ.-TEE HEE - AW, Z.EL GEE " I5NT THIS ' MOST ROMANTIC PLACE - VOU WONT MIND IF — I CALL VOU FOOZ."? BREATH-TAKINGLV iee-OOTlFUL/ DIDJOO SUCH VIEW COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. If \ T. M, REG. U. S. PAT. Ol AUTHOR'OF GIRLS' STORIES HORIZONTAL 1,7 Author of "Little Women." 11 Wayside hotel. 12 Title. 15 Hail! 16 Slash. 17 Nimble. ' 18 Chain of rocks in water. 20 Peak. 22 Custom. : j!3 Rooster's mate, 24 Father. 26 To butt. 28 Emissary. ; 30 Noun termination, 31 Pertaining to a'pine cone. '-34 To stick fast. t'S? Coast dweller. 139 Without examination, her life. 140 Fuel. 59 Her <4} Electrical unit frail! •42 Bronze. "43 To%vard. •*-i5 Preposition. Answer to Previous Punle 46 Within. 47 Knocks. 50 Commenced. 53 Capable. 54 Handle. 56 Building lot. 57 Falsehoods. 58 "Little Women" is the of was VERTICAL 2 To lubricate. 19 Her novels arc translated into many languages. 21 Eulogizes. 23 Water added to a compound, 25 Ozone. 27 Wing. 29 Soft food. 30 To sin. 32 To scold constantly. 33 Epoch. 35 To go in ha.ste,. 3 One. 4 In. 5 Striped fabric. 36 Goddess of 6 Three. 7 Social insect. 8 Anxiety. 9 Kiln. 10 Starting place (golf). 13 Astringent. 14 Native metals. 53 Shrub'yield 16 She was the ing indigo. main of 53 Onager. her family. 55 Tree. dawn. 38 Nay. 39 Common verb. 44 Eye socket. 45 To embarrass. 46 Insertion. 48 Singing voice. 49 Nobleman. 51 Festival. WASH TUBES 1 WANT"TO : 'riWi : A6ER\OUS TALK. VOUWG MAN. 1MB JUST SEEM T6 SEE •DOCTOR, A WO HAVE • LEARNED THAT IAV HEART CONDITION V=> WORSE FEARED, Look What Wash Stepped Into TfAAV NOT LIVJE A WEEK, BEIW6. W ONUV CWV.D, CAROL WLL WttBRVT THE BULK OF W>V FORTUNE, \WCLUTD- THE WVC.KEE INDUSTRIES, > VOUW6 AWD IK1EKPERIEWCED, BER FUTURE HUSSAWD,TH OF PE6POVJS\B1UTV j FAIL OM VOUR By ROY CRANE r THAT'S WVW I HM> HOPE^) FOR vJ\TH CAORE.. AH BUT NEVER KMWO THAT MOVO. VOU'LV. HAVE KMJCH TO LEARW, K\'60Y. FOR THE OF WAVlDHVid SEVERAL WOUUOK1 . WOT AW EA6V OWE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Ain't It the Truth? L ALWAYS FIGURED THAT IF i HAD TROUBLE COAXING YOU HOME, A NICE P.OAST IN THE OVEN WOULD DO OM.BOY THAT SMELLS OOOD/ HOME i HELLO HELLO THE TRICK' BUT i NEVER. WANT PEOPLE TO SAY THAT MY SON is , TIED To His MOTHER'S . APRON STRINGS / PROUD TO BE TIED To YOUR APRON By MERRILL BLOSSER IN THIS DAY AND AGE,WITH WOMEN'S CLUBS AND BRIDGE TEAS, AND ALL THAT SORT OF THINS, A LOT OF KIDS WHO ARE TIED TO THEIR MOTHERS' APRON STRINGS AREN'T TIED TO THEIR. . MOTHER i-s MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE 7AT£ STATE SLIPS TW2XLY AIG.UHBR. THE MILES COAST. MVEA HAS AAAPE UP AUL THE: BERTHS OWE.. A Message IF VOU DOW'T MIKJD, STEWARD ESS. ru. srr UP A WHILE UXJGER.. MV (OERVES,VOU KUOvV...EI2.- WOM'T VOU JOIKJ ME? <Jy Ray Thompson and Charles. Coll i, -MR.. AMBEDSE IT'S PACT OF MV JOB TO CUE. PA3SEKJ(3EES AT THEIR EASE... WHAT 3HALL WE TAU4 ABOUT? THIS MOVIE STAR. SOMEHOW FAS- CIKJATES ME..TX> VOU THIMK SHE'LL SEE ME 1(0 THE OKAV, PAL-THAT'S WHAT I'VE BEEM WAITIM6 TO HEAR./ mj THE PILOT'5 CC5CKPIT, li POZ&S AS WHITEV RECEIVES OBJPEC.OVpa.THp TWO-

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