Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 12, 1938 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR, HOPE,'ARKANSAS Mortday. September 12, 1938 "the More You T*M the Quicker You S*U" RATES One time—2c word, minimum §6c TBree times—3%c word, min. 50c 'SiS times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.70 Bates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. i&ut each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Thrte-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 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 You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp Notice Degree work Monday night September 12. STOfcltS iN STAMPS OUR BOARDING HOUSE t i • « • with . . . . MAJOR HOOPLE ceows WITH *?#& A QUM ^s* LIKE. THA \ HB BOUGHT WANTED—1 wheel trailer with 16 inch wheels. Must be in good shape and cheap. Phone 9F2-1. W. H. Harris Route 4, Hope, Ark. 8-3tp - — i FOR RENT—Front bed; room, 2 blocks from town. Hot water, bath connections. Phone 397 day, Stith Davenport, Briant St. 9-3tp For SaJe FOR SALE—Copies of Hope 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 ef you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh ' WANTED TO RENT—Couple desires nicely furnished 2 or 3 room apartment; call 329. 10-3tp Recollihg the "Tragedy" Of Woodrow Wilson CCARCELY had the United ° States entered th<: World War when Woodrow Wilson revealed his ideals for a new international system which w'6u5d perpetuate peace and security and justice to all nations. He hefted not merely to erid the war quickly but to lead the way to a new freedom when the war was ended. . On Jan. 8, 1916, in a most nota<- ble address, he enumerated his fa>- mous "14 points" .which he de<>i clQred were necessary to such a just and lasting peace. He was to see the allied powers adopt these points later as a basis for the Armistice. At the same time he was to see his dream of a league of nations win wide approval, except in his own nation. Therein Ifes the "tragedy" of the wartime President. 'For Wilson's failure to win domestic approval of his war policies presents one (it the rare problems of American history. Wilson had led trie-nation through the war itself, had achieved victory, had even forced Europe's die-hard statesmen to adopt his peace program. Yet his own people turned against him. Personal and partisan factors, of course, contributed to this defeat, but the repudiation broke the President. Returning east from a tour of the nation to whip up enthusiasm for his pence proposals, the President was stricken at Wichita, Kan., later suffered a complete nervous collapse in Washington from which he never satisfactorily recovered. He died in his sleep Feb. 3, 1924. He is shown here on the $1 value, bi-color, of the new regular U. S. series, enlarged. tCopyritfht, 193S, NBA Servlc*. Inc.) FOR RENT FOR RENT —"Three unfurnished rooms. Apply at McDowell's Department Store. 12-3tp FOR RENT—Furnished apartment continuous hot water. Close in. Convenient for working girl. Tourist Rooms.. Hi-Way 67 12-3tp Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER (Question on Page One "In 1920 a resident of Fort-de- france became a stonecutter. Nest Becomes Tomb For Stubborn Bees LIVERMORE, Iowa.-WV-The building which a swarm of bees liked s6 well as a home has become their tomb. It all happened because the bees just wouldn't move, despite repeated efforts of workmen to dislodge them. Four other swarms of bees in the same building heeded the workmen's demands that they take up another abode when wrecking crews "startec razing part of an old hotel structure, The fifth swarm insisted on remaining in a section of the building that was to remain standing, so 'the contractor ordered the bees cemented in between layers of a concrete wall. Had Bully Time / rr PROM I A MAIL :( HOUSE/ ^V^ OUT OUR WAY AH- HAR-RUMPH ? HM-M / *"^"'^f OWE OF TH' THIS HAVJD i MAUE GUM WAS. PRESENTED TO ME BV MIS HIGHWESS, PRIMCE. POGGOKOPOG T| BUDDIES OF BOW GO-BOM GO->~ KA^P 5 v-V GAVE lT KAFF? IM PERFECT-IMG A SGIEM- W TO HIM TIFIC FORMULA FOR. MAKIWG RICE I Ar^TEfe. STEAW t-ALATABLE, I AVERltO J HIS WIFE A GREAT FANAIME THAT THREAT- \\ THREAT- EMEP MILLIOMS OP HIS SUBJECTS / EKJE^b TO — AHEM / BECAUSE OF ITS J\ BUG.V &B UWSUR.PASSEO WORKMAXJSHIF? ^^ SHOT IM THIS GUM IS. WORTH ITS WEIGHT IM GOLT>/_ HIS HIDE. IF Ms DIDM'T GET lj| OUT AKJO BELIEVE HIM * COPR. 1938'aV NEA SERvTr.E, INC. T. M. REG. U. 4. PAT. OFF. By J. R. WILLIAMS '. -- - —•- •—--«'•""- VVHV, YOU'LL HATE. TO SE& . ' L1K6 HE HATED TO SEE VOU COMIM' WHEW HE OWED SOU... YOU'LL BOTH HATE EAsCH OTHER. MOW 'CAUSE you'&e. DEBT TO EACH OTHElt, SOMEBODV BROKE LAST WIGHT AMD ST^LB BIKEj BOXIMG GLOVES, 5VCATES, AMD FOOTB^I EVERY* THIWG THAT I WAS HOLD- IMG AS SECURITY OM A LOAK) / WHAJ'LL. I PO WHEKO HE COMES TO REDEEM THEMi; WHAT'LLI DO? THE BUSIME v Rtc .. i 1936 BY Nt* StHVICt _iHC_ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Enough Is too Much By EDGAR MARTIN "VHM HfV=> ViO OKi^E tVS't. '. \<b SOCVA COPR. 1938 BY NEA 3ERV1CE. INC.' f. M. 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GOLDEN BIRD HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured bird. 7 The i, species is ' called golden. 13 Asiatic. 14 Pertaining to area. 15 It has a curved . 16 Demon. 19 To pierce with a knife. 21 Beer. , 22 Zones having 1 typical fossils. 24 Ever. 44 Railroad. 25 List of officers 46 Pertaining to Answer to Previous Puiile 27 Toward. 29 Oil (prefix). 30 You. 31 Ell. 32 Wrath. a faction. 49 Form of "a." 50 Comforts. 52 Pale. 53 To rent again. 34 Part of a lock. 55 Mountain 36 To dangle. 38 Male human 39 Peak. 41 Kind of snowshoe. 42 Straightforward. VERTICAL 2 Fence bar. 3 Small island. 4 Lubricant. 5 Musical note. 6 Finishes. 7 To encircle. 8 Respiratory sounds. 9 Either. 10 Footlike part. 11 Diner. 12 Wings. species of bird 15 An American is called . variety is the pass. 56 Human trunk 58 Ozone 59 Merchant. 60 In India this Oriole. 17 Electrical uni' 18 States of solitude. 20 The male's plumage is more than the female's. 23 Eye tumor. 26 Snaky fish. 28 English coin. 31 Largest deer. 33 Being. 35 Inborn. 37 Hops kiln. 40 Fruit. 42 Personal journal. 43 To purify. 45 Contest of speed. 46 To hew. 47 -Like. 48'One plus one 49 Pertaining tr> air. 51 Sun. 54 Cover. 56 Transposed. 57 All right JO MO*E SLEEPING \VJ BOV CARS AUO . CAMS FOR WASH TUBBS . NO,S\REEj_ HEYARE CALUIM6 H\VX THE W.AM, THE EX-VAGABOND AWEMTURER UEAP1VA6 fRO»A RA6S TO RNCUES . EHASWONTHC PRETTY CARQY. McKEE, VACHT5, POLO POV1\ES FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Head for Business W ES, VES. 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