Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 14, 1938 · Page 4
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H <$$ , ARKANSAS Wednesday, September 14, 193^f "The More Ifotr Tett the Quicker To* Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30t Three times—3^sc word* mih. 50e Six times—€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.76 Rates are for continuous insertions onl£. 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 1 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 3Vic word, S3c 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 > ' i You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Blclg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp NOTICE—Re-paint and re-paper now; No money down, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc For ijaie NOTICE—Re-roof now, no clown payment, easy terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc FOR SALE—Copies of Rope Star's (1,700 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. Unbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents of you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh ' FOR RENT STORIES IN STAMPS Humbled Britain In Naval Battle E have met the enemy and they are ours. Two ships, two brigs, one schooner and one sloop." Thus, on Sept. 10, 125 years ago. did young Oliver Hazard Perry, commander of the Great Lakes fleet of the infant United States Navy, laconically announce to the world his victory over the English in the battle of Lake Erie. During the war of 1812, Perry was ordered to build a fleet at Presque Isle, now Erie, Pa., to check the British threat of invasion from the north. With nine ships, he sailed against the larger and stronger British Heel. His own flagship, Lawrence, was disabled in the battle, so he abandoned it for the Niagara, and soon forced the enemy to surrender. Although Perry had opened the way, the Americans were unable to invade Canada. His victory, however, remains one of the greatest traditions of the Navy. Congress rewarded Perry by advancing him to the rank of captain and gave him a gold medal. In 1815-16 Perry commanded the "Java" in the Mediterranean expedition. He died of yellow fever at Port of Spain, Trinidad, Aug. 13, 1819, at the age of 34. Perry is shown on the 90-cent U. S. postage stamp, enlarged, above, of the issue of 1870. The ropes, anchors and stars included in its design commemorate his achievement on Lake Erie, ifopyrittlu. IHSS. NKA S.-r\ i.-r. inr.» Lady Baldwin Wins FOR RENT — Three unfurnished rooms. Apply at McDowell's Department Store. 12-3tp FOR RENT-Furnished apartment A STLEY, Eng.-W-Lady Baldwin, continuous hot water. Close in. Con- wife of Britain - s former imc min . vement for working girl. Tourist ^^ won ^ e Women's darts cham- Rooms. Hi-Way 6! 12-3tp pionship at Astley horticultural show FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms ajoining bath. Very reasonable. 109 North Washington. 14-3tp Lost LOST—One White Female Pointer bird puppy with lemon spots on ears. Has collar on. Reward. Vernie Govnes Hope, Ark., West 9th St 13-3tp Wanted Now is the time to repair, before winter comes. See us for roofing and paints. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The gentleman nailed from New Hampshire. Claude G. Bowers is ambassador to Spain, and Claude A. Swanson is secretary of the navy. Held here. Another Dollar Saved! By Shopping the Grocery Ads in The Hope Star Every Thursday. ATHLETIC CHAMPION HORIZONTAL 1 An Amazon of today. 12 Eye socket. 13 Midday. 14 Goddess of discord. 16 Dregs. 17 Shirt button. 18 Freedom from strife. 19Mesh of lace. 20 Row of a series. 21 An arm ring. 22 Noun termination. ... 23 Throe. Answer to Previous Puzile .34 Senior. 49 Now she is a 35 Musical note. professional 36 To darn. . 24 Frozen dessert 37 Promised. 25 Frees. 27 Varieties of plants, 29 Dye nppa- rntu.ses. 30 To total. . 31 Heavenly body. 32 Hail! 33 Ale 41 Occident. 42 Diagonal. 43 Poem. 44 Hangman's knot. 46 Hammer head 47 Sea weed. 48 She was the • amateur woman athlete VERTICAL 1 Stock. 2 To instigate. 3 Twice. 4 And. 5 Perfected. 6 Fierce. 7 Wand. H Within. * 9 To appear. OUt* BOARDING HOUSE with ,'. . . MAJOR HOQPLE } j[ GUWS-^l'VE HAWDLED ALL. OF FIRE-ARMS -WAS OMCE—~ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES COPR. 1<?18 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. <<• •>'.' •-• .'.f>. '(*• : ft , ^.llv (/ f l •X!(M(S¥ ( \ —-^^^^i^^^-^^^ '•,* \( . & •-*• '-v^ <^ C:H : Of Course lit •f)'[&l^sS- T. M. DEC.. U.S. PAT. OFF COPR. 1911 BY NEA SEBVICEJNC WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY ^s. By EDGAR MARTIN DOteVCi'X feWE ? ' '' HAPPtK><cD TO Y\tR OSiVWPV '. SHE ALLEY OOP fGOOp HONK, FOOZV-^ VOU RE WALKIN'/^"^ LIKE VOU WUZ (HYPNOTIZED HYPNOTIZED.' !• AHHH,VES- i IP VOU'RE NOT \ TH05E J CAREFUL, VOU'LL I EVES^ FALL DOWN .THERE, NOW - DAG NAB IT, DIDN'f\ * TELL VUH T'lOOK WHERE ^VOU WERE <30|N'/ Before Plucking the Beam By V. T. HAMLIN ^ • \ V N N \ • \\ -\. . . VMW^VV \*^A'^«\\\-\ B" T&&' / 10 Verbal. 11 Fastidious. 12 Order *f trees. 15 To harden. 17 Mathematical term. 18 Compressions. 20 Small Haps. 21 M.-iplo shrub. 23 Party-colored. 24 Passage. 25 Loadstone. 26 Seaweed. 28 Molten roc!:. 31 Dispatched. 32 Lengthwise. 33 To harass. 34 Popular jargon. 36 Plateau. 37 Fruit pastry. ?.S Popular sport 39 Brink. 40 Costly. 41 Grief. 42 Wager. 45 Either. 46 Postscript. 47 Morindin dye WASH TUBBS ^THAT'S A HUfA--D|M6E-R ; . SHE?? AW, FER-HERE/ I'M GONNA WALK BEHIND SO 1 fAcKEE THROWS AW ANNOUNCEWEMT PARTV COMQRATOLrXTIOMS, STIFF. 1 HALF THE FELLAS IN THIS TOWM ARE GREEN WITH EU<JY. YOU'RE THE SWEETEST 61RL THAT EVER LWED. Two Different Opinions THE CHAMPA6ME, MY DEARS, FLOWED LIKE WATER. YOU'D HAVE THOUGHT THAT CAROL HAP CAU6HT A DASHING PRINCE, INSTEAD OF THAT MEASLy, GOOD-FOR- NOTHING TUBBS BOY/ lCOPB/1938 BY NEA SERVICE,'INC.' >" vL. Vi'M" 1 \LT ; ,.M. REC'.'U. s. PAT. OFK; , • ' '•"•y/.TirJ By ROY CRANE CAROL \ SPENT HIS LIFETIME \ GKAPES.' V ' SOUR. V AT LEAST THEY ING HER FORTUWE—WASH'LL / HAVE SOW5 WASH'LL PO MORE GOOD WITH THAT THAW OLD PEWMV- PIWCHIM6 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HEP POOR FATHER. IS THROW- 1 ACCUMULATING A 60 THRU It b MONTHS. tAONEY. 1 LIFE AWAV ("SB I" COPR. I93B BY NEA SEWi?^'."JNC.' ' T. Kl. KF.C. U It Sounds Simple You DON'T HAVE To/ ALL YOU DO IS STAND UP IN FRONT AND SMILE AT PEOPLE WHEN THEY DANCE- BY ' BUT, LAR.D, L DOMT KMOW AMYTHIMC3 MUSIC / MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE &• YOU GET A CUT OUT OF THE (SATE RECEIPTS AND JL SET IO°7o OF YOUR CUT FOR SWIN6ING THE DEAL./ r- • """S/& WHO EVER. H| HEARD OF I A BAND ! .LEADER WHO I COULDN'T A NSTRUMENT? IS By MERRILL BLOSSER BUCKS A ARE YOU COMMA Q/JIB6LE \ WHAT OVER. DETAILS ? HOLD I IF THIS VIOLIN AND PRETEND VOU •/ OME CAN PLAY ' ^ ASKS ME TO PLAY? ARE ABSOLUTELY, YA \ AND IF SURE IT'LL THERE I SET YOUR ARE / MIND AT NO S-^ REST, c. TO TME ANY ON JOB THE The "Spider" Approaches JSy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll PASSEMGE2. AMBROSE, MVEA HAS USJ- MASKED AS BEM50M, SPAI2EOWS BUTLER., LEAVES WH1TEV, THE IM JURED PILOT, l-OCKED IK) THE WITH MVE WHITEV-JTUST LIKE TO GISK HIS LJFE TO GET HIS PASSEMGEC.S THROUGH SAFELY/ THIS LOOUCS PLEWTY SEROUS/ (2>EMSOKJ MOW EWTECS LDVIE LAVERE'S COMPARTMEWT WITHOUT i ~~~~~ FUGTHEE. AT?0/ MORMIM', SWEETHEART- EMJOV YOUf: "BEAUTV'-SLEEP? WHAT "DO VOU WAkJT Y KMOW, LOVIE.THE OMLVTHIMG OCOUS ABOUT VOU AT THIS TIME OF MOCWIM6 IS HERE"?? THIS IS MO MOW LET'S GET FOG. ICbH ABOVE THE AEIZOMA DESEIST, A LIKE PLAWE EDAE.S OUT OF THE CHILLY

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