Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 9, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 9, 1938
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fiOt>fi STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS M&re Yon itefl the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3V4c word, mlri. 50c Six times—4>c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.70 Kates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Jtent," "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, 30c for one time; at 3V4c 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 Hempsteacl Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cubb, 658-J. l-26tc i • • ' You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bklg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp •STORIES IN STAMPS '^*'*'* — -' 1 --l t • «_ 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-Gtc 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 WANTED—J wheel trailer with IS inch wheels. Must be in good shape and,cheap. Phone 9F2-1, W. H. Harris Houte 4,' Hope, Ark. ' " ' .. 8-3tp 'BOYS WANTED—To do pleasant, educational work after school and on Saturdays. Good pay. •Prizes. Apply ;by! letter to J. T. care Hope Star. 8-1 tp In 1859 astronomers were so postive that they saw a planet between Mercury and the sun that they gave it the name Vulcan. Modern astronomers are convinced that no such body ex- . WANTED—We will allow §1.00 for your old lamp on any Aladdin Lamp .during September. Duffie Hardware ' WANTED—Two or three room unfurnished apartment with private bath. Phone 607. 7-3tp 'FOR RENT—Front bed room, '2 blocks from town. Hot water, bath connections. Phone 397 day, Stith Davenport, Briant St. 9-3tp For Safe FOR SALE—Copies;.of Hope Star's 11,700 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 »£ypu 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 Today'* Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER , At the.extreme right^place the figure. 42', with an equals sign before it Place the final six before the equals sign. You know, now, that the only way to make six into 42 is to multiply it by seven, so place "times" before the six. You must make the seven into a six now, so before the "times 6" place "plus six." That leaves 1 left to make into sixes. You know that six divided by six equals 1, so you place at the beginning of the series "6 divided by 6." The whole now reads "6 divided by 6 plus 6 times 6 equals 42." 1935 V-8 Ford Coupe Deluxe offered to any responsible person who wil complete payments. Hope Star. 8-3tp COAT OF ARMS HOR12ONTAL I Pictured is the coat of arms of . .5 is the capital of this republic. 11 Burden. 12 Fungus from which punk Is made. 13 Encircled. 14 To place in line. 15 Ore launder. 17 Rubber tree. 18 Southeast. ' 19 Inlet. 21 Spain. 23 Auricle. 26 Worships. 28 Juniper. SO By way of, 32 Keno 34 Killing malady. 36 Fabric. |7 To harvest. 38 Thing. 39 Bronze. fO Fiber knots. Answer to Previous Puzzle 42 Circular wall. 43 Tupelo tree, 46 Kind of barley. 48 Bone. 49 Kind of screen. 52 Therefore. 54 Tablet. 55 Stir. 56 Stream obstruction. 58 It is the •, island of the W. Indies. 59 It has a large trade. VERTICAL 1 Machine part. 2 To combine. 3 To inter. 4 Figure of a star. 5 Laughter sound. 6 Turkish title. . 7 Appraiser. 8 Seed covering. 9 Baseball teams. 10 Expert flyer. 16 Its president is Federjco Laredo T-. 18 Its most important crop. 20 Sick. 22 Supports. 23 Prosaic. 24 Compass point 25_Genus of birds. 26 Biblical killer. 27 Pillar of stone 29 Foretokens. 31 Within. 33 Dress coat ends. 35 College official 36 Bill of fare. 39 Apart. 41 Hidden, 44 Scoria. 45 Soft mass. 47 Fruit. 48 To lubricate. 50 To devour. 51 Child. 53 Hops kiln, 54 Pair. 57 Musical note. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ..... with < , , . MAJOR HOOPLE Friday, September 9,1938 The Tall Corn State Has an Anniversary 'pHE governments -of three work powers have ruled over th* fertile black soil of Iowa since th< first white men came—Marquette and Joliet in 1673, and Hennepin in 1680. . As a part of the Mississippi valley, Iowa was taken into the formal possession of France in 1682 Almost a hundred years later 1762, it was ceded to Spain. In 1800 it was retroceded to France Three years later Iowa came under the American flag for all time It was ruled from 1804-1805 as part of the District of Louisiana under the Old Indiana Territory government. Successively it was joverned as part of the Louisiana Territory, part of Missouri Territory, part of the unorganized territory of the United States, a section of the Michigan Territory and from 1836 to 1838, a part of Wisconsin Territory. . Finally, in 1838, Iowa separated from Wisconsin because of lack of courts for judicial relief in a wild era. The Wisconsin Territory wa<: divided and the western portion named Iowa, and out of this with its present bounds the state was eventually carved in 1846. The name, Iowa, was taken from a tribe of Siouan Indians which inhabited Iowa when the French-' men .arrived in 1673. As. early as 1840 the Territory then with a population of 43,1!2 voted to seek admission into the union. It became a state finally in 1846. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the old" Territory for which the special U. S. stamp above was issued. It shows the old Capitol building (CopyrlKht. m«. NBA Service, Inc.) ' H Aft -fit- RUMP » A REAL. COKJTRIBUTIOW TO THE FIELD OF SCIE-WCE AKJD A GREAT BOOM TO LATE HOMECOMEBS "*~ THE •HOOPLE AAAGUETIZED HEVHOLE -^.SIMPLY HOLT? THE HEY IkJ THE VICIMITV OP THE KEVHOLE AMD IT IS PULLED IMTD PLACE BV THE OUT OUR WAY "THE ACOP.M OF THAT SPROUTED )M YOLtri SKULL MUST BE AM OAK BY WOW, TO GBOW MLJTTY IDEAS LIKE THAT OWE/ / THEM FATHEADS/ TH' "DIMMER. WHISTLE AIM'T STOPPED BLOWINJ' TILL THEY GOT A CARD GAME QOIW FULL SWING/ THEY'LL BETH' CAUSE OF ALL TH' REST OF US HAVIW OUCZ LUWCHE5 LOCKED UP TILL MOOSJ By J, R. WILLIAMS IT V.OW'T PUT MB OUT^ A;.:V BECAUSE I EAT TILt_ BUT STILL IT'D ME. MAD THAT THEY WERE TH' CAUSE OF ME NOT KAVIW 1 TH' J FREEDOM 1 "DOM'T \ NEED &$. WAtOT -OTHER PEOPLE ARE ' ' QUEER,, AIM'T THEY? UV MAGMET- J.M.REG.'U.S. PAT. OFF V CO»fV1i)]3BY NE/l SERVICE. INC. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Help—-And Quick, Too 1*00 By EDGAR MARTIN COMfc BOOT«=» TO TWc. \-AViE. TOOAV ? ALLEY OOP tty V. i. HAMLIN BOWING PALMS ALONG STRAND, AN' THUNDERING WAVE5 UPON TH'--ER"UH--fSAND? VEH, \BENEATH TH' MOON SAND-) WHOSE MAGIC LIGHT ENRAPTURES ALLXA/1TH ER—RARE-RARE -DELIGHT WITH IT5 5ILUERV RADIANCE, IT BATHES TH'- TH' I, I--GOOD GOSH, ZEL-I CAN'T , FIND TH'WOR05 I WANT A U5E-/WHV LE5SEENOW - BATHES TH' SAY/ SU/APINS GONE WRONG/ -in COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. This Is Too Much WASH TUBES w: By ROY CRANE A SAD HEART. YOU ^UST 6E ABLE TO TAKE COWTROL AT A (AOrAE.UT'5 . WOTICE. / FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS S§£ Definitely "No! 1 YOU'LL START AT THE BOTTOM, LEARN\M6 THE BUSINESS CAN'T BE EXPECTED TO SUPPORT CAROL VERN ELE6AMTLY • OW VOUR SAUARV, HOVWEvER. SO, AS A >WtDT^MG 9RE5- / SAKE * .' v ENT, I'to W2RANGIU6 A LITTLE 6\FT ^' THE VOUMS "n w STOCKS AWD BOMDS, VWWCH i -... T"Dt\CT intt » POP , I WAS JUST THINKING / NOW THAT I'M BACK , I'LL BE GOING OUT ON DATES ONCE IN A WHILE, AND .-*r —AND m YOU THINK M YOUR ALLOWANCE SHOULD Sir INCREASED/ RIGHT? 'fr* *>, &<* /•W*M "A .\VMWJ 5*/Z\ i KNEW YOU'D SPRING THAT/ WELL, HERE'S AN ITEMIZED ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU COST ME DURING A SCHOOL YEAR. I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE IPAKEOW AWAKEU&WITH A START AS THE. SHIP HEY, WHITEV/ OFF7HE BEAM/ 6URE/ THE SKV PlfZATB'S UOT CATCHIMG U£> THIS TEIRM'BOY.' THIS IS A BIT OF HUMPHRIES AMD I COOKED UP BEFORE WE LEFT. WE'RE HEADING TRUST WU.L By MERRILL BLOSSER AND You WANT TO KNOW IF "TOUR. ALLOWANCE CAN BE INCREASED BOOKS-STUDENT BODY DUES AND YEAR. BOOK - f 1O — CLOTHES LUNCHES $35"— MONEY FOR AMUSEMENTS AND INCIDENTALS POP, YOU CEKTA/NLY /E AM ELABORATE t^SAYINO COPR. 1M8 BY NEA SERVICE' IMC Uy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll EXCUSE ME, MVGA- ' COULD I TEOUBLE YOU FOB. A SIP OF JAVA? VOU LCpK AS IF YOU MEEDED IT/ WHAT/.?/ GET TO V-JE. POST-I' THIS/ 11 11 Mi ri $

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