Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 13, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 13, 1938
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PAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS •The More You Tefl the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three Umes-3^ic word, min. 50c Six times-€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum —.———- f 2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions onlx.. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Rent," "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 3ttc word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bilk PHONE 768 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 65S-J. l-26tc » — ^ You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp NOTICE—Re-paint and re-paper now; No money down, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-Gtc Notice Degree work Monday night September 12. WANTED — 1 wheel trailer with 18 inch wheels. Must be in good shape and cheap. Phone 9F2-1. W. H. Harris Route 4, Hope, Ark. 8-3tp FOR RENT— Front bed room, 2 blocks from town. Hot water, bath connections. Phone 397 day, Stith Davenport, Briant St. 9-3tp STORIES IN STAMPS Zebra—Lion's Food Extraordinary TVTATURE developed the art ol the camouflage singularly effectively in the case of the diminutivq zebra. The zebras' stripes merge them with the terrain in the daytime and at night conceal them almost entirely. So the zebra goes out to feed after sunset with comparative ease. That is, with as much .ease as might be expected in ' Africa, where zebra is the choice dish of the lion family. Lions attack them at every opportunity, so. the .wily little animals have learned to travel in large herds. The true or mountain zebra fights a perennial battle for survival in the ranges of Cape Colony, and also inhabits Angola. It stands about four feet in height nt the shoulder, is distinguished by fairly long ears and a tail scantily clothed with hair. It has a short mane. The ground color is white and the stripes are black. These are absent only on the abdomen and on the thighs. The lower part of the face is brosvn. In other species the ground color is a pale yellowish-brown, while the stripes are a brown or black. There is still another type, striking for its enormous ears and myriad narrow black stripes, which ilihabits Abyssinia and Somaliland. Zebras may be trained for diving and riding, but only with difficulty. One is shown here on a 1937 stamp of the Portuguese East Africa territory of Mozambique, one of a series depicting African animals. The colony is administered by the M oz a m- bique Company through a charter granted for 50 years. (Copyright, 1038. NKA Service, Inc.) OUR BOARDING HOUSE i OLD SPOOK KMOWS HOW TO HAMD'LE. A'BLUMD&RBUSS. IXDCO'T YOU THINK ? THAT'S THE THIRD TIME HE'S HAD, TO PULL. THE MUZZLE. OUT OF MY EAC. / I WOLJLDM'T AMMD IF THE. THIWG WAS LOADED, BECAUSE THE OKJLY TIME SOU EVER GET .SHOT IS BY AM EMPTY GUtJ/ For Safe So They Say My relationship with Mr. Lewis is very fine—it has been thoroughly strained.—Homer Martin, United Auto NOTICE—Re-roof now. no down Workers chief. payment, easy terms. Hempstead .i t j.. time that men took a stronger County Lumber Co. 13-6tc j nanc j j n influencing women's fashions. —Countess Fira Ilinska. New York ashion expert. I drove nome selling point after ;elling point until Charlie's resistance melted.—James Moran, Washington salesman, explaining how he sold an ce box to an Eskimo. Let 'em whistle.—John M. Noyes master of chimes at the University of alifornia, declining to admit swing WANTED TO RENT-Couple desires nicely furnished 2 or 3 room apartment; call 329. 10-3tp 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 L.OSt LOST—One White Female Pointer bird puppy with lemon spots on ears. '"Has collar on. Reward. Vernie Coynes 'Hope. Ark., West 9th St. 13-3tp Wanted WANTED—Waitress. 13-3tc. CHECKERED CAFE. Now is the time to repair, before v/inter comes. See us for roofing and paints. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County j Lumber Co. 13-6tc | o the bell tower. I really don't have much time to hink about sensations.—Capt. George E. T. Eyston, asked what it felt like to drive the "Thunderbolt" at more than 345 miles an hour. We and our Germans abroad are not intruding into the affairs of other | lands.—Rudolf Hess, Nazi party deputy to Hitler. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One A man in poor health, who had asked for a "mercy death," wanted to shake hands with the King of Siam. INTREPID SOLO FLYER HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured aviator who flew the Atlantic alone. •13 Professional i golfer. j!4To cut ; whiskers. •15 Tatter. 16 Lions' homes. 17 Sounds. '18 Part of type. 20 Wrath. 21 Feels regret. 23 Lion. 24 Thin slice of ' bacon. 26 Insertion. Answer to Previous Puzzle 47 Animal pest. 48 Low tide. 50 Dewy. 26 Wayside hotel. 51 Unconstrained VERTICAL 2 Music drama. 3 Source of the Nile River. 29 To 'accomplish 52 Grandparental 4 Goshawk. 30 To sing. 54 Tennis stroke. 31 Smoldering 55 He flew coal. radio or 32 To obtain. navigating 34 Musical note. instruments. 35 Lazy persons. 56 He ended his 38 Corner. solo flight in 41 Native metal. . 42 Hand bag. . 57 Accomplice. 12 To concur. 1 16 He claimed hfr aimed to fly in the opposite «. 19 He gained world —i- his fligtlt, 21 Tenants. 22 Baleful. 25 Device on which a door swings. ' '" 27 Name. 33 Russian emperor. 36 Gloomy. 37 To depart. 39 To convey. 40 Rope. 43 Related. 44 Blood money 5 In the rear. 6 Place of ^ business. ' 7 Walking stick. 45 Lima bean. 8 Kiln. 9 To slumber. 10 To annoy. 11 Scotch Highlanders. 46 Ell. 49 Chum. 51 To dine. 53 Musical note. 55 Compass point Tuesday, September 13,, 1038, MAJOR HOOPLE By J. R. WILLIAMS OUT OUR WAY HAW, LADS/ ^ PREPARE VOUR. APPGTITES FOR. A FEAST OF QUAIL. DUCK —i WHIL.6 * AS HUWTIW& ASATE TO T20YAL7TV, IT WAS MV "DUTY TO BRIWGj ALL THE BIR.DS THEY MISSED BY MV A-W2.KSMAM.SHIP — : KOF '- I SHALL FILL THE LAC.DER. TO WITH MV OF TURK) THET LIOW HIDE LOOSE., ICK- MY HOSS WILL PACK IT WITHOUT BUCKIM* -- LET LOOSE OF IT/i VEH, HE 1 . HOME WITH IT LIKE A CAKJWIBAL WITH AM AR.XA- AREFUL •\ WITH THAT .FOWLIMG PIECE, MADE-MOT COPR. 1958 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M ; REG, U. S. PAT. OFF.> By EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES AW \<b TO A'SOUT 1. V^OSiO^cR. ,OV\ OO COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC Too Much for Oop Bv V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP GOOD NIGHt B6VS-?V EH O OOLA^WELL,G 1 NITE.7 I **\(SW, DON'TCHA KNOW WHEN ]'A/i fj~, r-, «r< *,~,.^ \ cn J '-'VAJl. f-V~ \ •" /. . ^-lAI/"MAl \l i-rlc TI«/II- T'/^r\ I ts\m*i > ^-> VOO'RE TELLIN ME?? AN! NOW UOOK ATCHA/I'LL XMOON BE DAD-GUMMED IF V'AIN'T MOON-EVEO LOWE? . VOU???? AW, FER--/ IT'S TIME TOO HOME GOSH, IT'S GITTIN' LATE/ JUST LOOkIT TH' MOON,' P ^ GLAD VOU/HOWUMf G'NITE. ENJOVED MV f. uAnnA <;uici i LITTLE PARTV ' HADDA SWELL TIME -C'MON, FOOZLV By ROY CRANE She Warned You, Wash WASH TUBBS 3UT, GRfcQOUS SAKES, \WA<Stt,TW«V6 UNLUCKY I A GIRL SHOULt) NEVER, WEVER CHAUSE WER DATE. SOMETHING ALWAsYS HAPPEWS— I'VE" \T TO FAU-! S PEOPLE EXPECT WvORE OF THE / THAVJ A \)WKX TWO-BY-FOUR WE fAUST UME UP TO OUR PRESTtGE AViB \ SOCIAL POSITION. YOU LOVEBIRPS WAST \ A'WWLE, AWD I'LL THRO\M TWE 6(SGE-ST \ \J05DD\M6 TW\5 TOWtt EVER SAVJ1 fcOT, DADDY, I'VE ALREADY SET THE DATE. I WAS PLANNIWG ON A SMALL vMEDDlWS' FR\t>AY, WVTH JUST you * TWO OR THREE By MERRILL BLOSSER And He Sure Would FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SURE I I COULD LEAP YOU MYSELF, BUT 1 HAVEN'T A BIS NAME LEAD us ? WITH THAT STONAACM ? SAY, WE DON'T WANT OUR LEADER To HIDE THE BAND THAT WAVES AMD YOU PLAYING/ KNOWN I TELL YOU You NEED A NAME BAND To GET JOBS YOU SUYS PLAY GOOD MUSIC, BUT YOU'LL NEED SOMEONE" WITH A NAME TO LEAD IT/ TO / HE THE &ATON GUYS DO HE'S WELL AROUND AND YOLfLL GET PLENTY OF JOBS/ THE BEST FOOTBALL- PLAYER. IN) SHADYSIDE: .' HE'LL GIVE YOU P. BAND THE CLASS PLAY AN INSTRUMENT SOUNDS OKAY ' tSy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll All Is Explained MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE HERE'S A FATIEKJT FOR YOU JUST A LITTLE TOUCH OF'XIESICKWESS".' TAKE IT E3ASV, CAPTAlk) - WE'VE CVOT HER BACK OM THE fcEAV\ MOW. AMD THAT OH, ye AH? MOT UklTlLl OWE LITTLE TRAITOR -HE DRUBSIM&

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