Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 16, 1938 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, September 16, 1938
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

HOPE STAR, HO^, ARKANSAS •The More You Tell tftaQukkef You Sell" MUGS One time—2c word, minimum 30c Jhr*6 times—3%c W0fd| min. 50c St* Utaes—6c word, minimum 90c Orie month (2fi times)—18c *otd, minimum .', . $2.70 Rates are for continuous Insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn 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 BENT—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, 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—Re-paint and re-paper now; No money down, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc For Sale STORIES IN STAMPS NOTICE—Re-roof now, no down payment, easy terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 13-6tc 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. Onbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents of you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—Simmons enamel front wood burning range. Remington portable typewriter. Both good as new. Vernon A. Hammond, Phone 94. 15-3tp Lost 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 Mexican Battles Made Him President W/HEN the United States acquired Texas in 1845. the government turned to "Old Rough and Ready," Gen. Znchnry Taylor, to occupy the borders. By the spring of 1846, the general hart moved down to the mouth of the Rio Grande with a force of 3000 men and established Fovt Brown. Across the river was the Mexican army, under orders to drive Americans out t>C the contested area. They tried this and war was on. Suddenly Taylor faced a conflict beyond his strength. But he won two victories in quick succession, at Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, on May 8 and 9, 1846. The Mexicans retreated and Taylor followed to consolidate his position. At the same time the country began to consolidate the general's position for the presidency. Followed another close shave, and victory for Taylor at Monterey in September, and again the country acclaimed him. Next Taylor crossed sharply with General Scott in the Mexican campaign, with the result that at Bucna Vista Taylor barely snatched a victory from Santa Anna and his 20,000 troops, four times the number Taylor commanded. At home the feeling was that Taylor had been stripped of his troops by Scott, who was campaigning elsewhere in Mexico, but won anyhow. So Taylor became irrevocably a presidential possibility. He was elected in 1848. He is shown here on a U. S. stamp-of the issue of 1870. (Ci'iiyrislit. JU^S. NL'.V Service. liK-.» 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 WANTED—Person to share expense to Dallas and return. Leaving soon. Call 658J. 16-ltc 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 FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms ajoining bath. Very reasonable. 109 North Washington. 14-3tp FOR RENT—Three-room furnished apartment, private bath. Mrs. Belle Phillips, 222 East Avenue B. 16-3tp Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One A snake expert who was also a greedy reader discovered that Ernest Hemingway and Elbert Hubbard had the same initials. Notice WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY S35.00 per week, man or woman with auto, sell Egg Producer to Farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis, 111. 16-ltp. FOR RENT—Nice bedroom with closet, near town; breakfast if desired, also garage. Rent reasonable. Call 155-J. FO'R RENT—Furnished living room, bed room, kitchen and adjoining bath. 715 West Sixth St. 16-3tp FOR RENT—Apartment for couple. Close in. Call 66. 16-3tc DRESSMAKER'S TOOL HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured device for making clothes. 12 Feebleminded person 13 Rowing tool. 14 Heathen gods. 16 Southern constellation. 17 Honeystone. 20 Hurrah! 21 Court. 22 Composed of layers. 24 Chaos. 25 Local position. 26 Pound 28 Mangle. 30 Haze. 32 Giantess of fate. 33 To barter. 3-1 To recede. 35 Plural pronoun. 36 Eggs of fishes. 37 Light brown. J9 Narrow passages of water Answer to Previous Puzzle 42 Elector. 46 Every. 47 Indian. 49 Salt. 50 Light. 52 Winged. 53 Domesticated. OD — ..i.—...— patented the first machine in America. 56 It was first widely used in the War. VFRTTCAL IWay of acting. 2 Epoch. 3 Grief. 4,Occupant of an institution. 5 Luxuriant. 6 Shaded walk. 7 Seed covering. 8 Hastens. 9 Idant. 10 Neither. 11 Enthusiasm. 12 Walter Hunt invented the first in America. 15 Part of this machine. 18 Comine to light. 19 Toward. 22 Waterfall. 23 Trees. 25 Rowan tree. 27 Frame for the dead. 29 Automaton. 31 Hill side. 35 To lament. 37 Genus of moles 38 Animal. 39 Auction. 40 Branches. 41 Song for ono voice. 42 Doves' home. 43 Bone. 44 Slovak. 45 Roll of film. 48 Child's marble 51 Dye. 52 Exclamation. 54 Musical note. .OUR BOARDING HOUSE Friday September 16,1938 •ft/A t>& SOU m KUOW WHAT THAT" Bl<3 <3AME HUKJTECL t»D WHEW HE SHOT THAT GUW OFF? -~LOOK AT OUR COAT/ HE PLUGGED IT AS FULL OF HOLES AS AXJ OLD RUG IKJ TH' ATTIC/ . . . . MAJOR HOPPLE OUT OUR WAY 'A OOOH f AMD TH' BOSS HAS 1MVITED ME TO STEP OUT TOMO12.&OW COME OW, WE'LL AMBUSH HIM AUD HOLD HIS PAWTS FOR, SECURITY UKJTIL HE MAKES GOOD WITH A MEW COAT/ By J, R, WILLIAMS UMF f MV WOCLD/ TH' 3COUWDREL.S THREATEN PHYSICAL,. VIOLEWC6 OVER AW ACCIDEWT THAT WAS THE WILL OF- PCOVIDEI sPuTr? t 3AKJ&IKJG UP OM HIM ]BgpTS"AND"HER"BUDDIES" 1-/6, PICKED ALL^ THEM BEFORE WORK THIS MORN IN 1 .' VOU MUSTA GOT UP-A BIT BEFOR6/ A LITTLE TOO WELL, MV FAMILY'S CRAZY ABnuT MUSHROOMS, AND THEV'RE EXPENSIVE WHEN MDU BUY 'EM A GUV IS NUTS WHO'LL WALLOW THRU 5WAMPS BARB WIRE WHY ARE YOU AROUMP HERE IN OIL, SMOKE, FENCES, COCKLE / CAST IRON DUST BLJRR5 AM' f ur^-r ruinc LJ/->T-' BURRS, AM MOSQUITOES JUST PER A FEW HOT CHIPS, HOT' RIVETS, TEN BOSSES AND A TIME CLOCK? WHY DO VOU DO THAT PER EIGHT HOURS EVERY PAYf ALLEY OOP r\OLO OW '& ' y s'^/,*/> DAYLIGHT MINUTES OF LUXURY COWl 1«« BY NC* SERVICr, INC. T. M. Rte. U. 9. PAT. OFF. THE QUEER GUV By EDGAR MARTIN JC- ,COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE To Be Continued • •CM ™™^ ^a <3EE,OO(XA-I SLEPT WELL, GOOD ^\|_IKE A TOP--BUT MORNING, COUSIN Wv, I THOUGHT VOU ZEL - I THOUGHT Sa | 0 THERE WA c, . VOUO NEWER ^NOTHING BETWEEN AWAKE ^V VOU AMD v OOP •-. '"«. \ WASH TUBES - -AND THEN FOOZY I RET'JRN TO FIND YOU^ OM FAST ASLEEP WITH /WELL THAT YOUR HEAD ON HIS f u»AS JLJ^T BIG, BRAWNY ' By V. T. HAMLIN ( COUMTES5 AWO COUViT VON ) ( I WEIUER SM\TIEV.. r—— -^ I CHAR WED. FEELIM6, HAPPEW,-SWEET, TO 6POIL HOMEY, 1 OUR HAPPIWESS. COME, I \WAViT YOU TO MEET SUIAPIN \ <5OW,E OF CUE GUESTS. Here Comes Lulu AND THEN, WHEN HE HEARD WHAT HAD HAPPENED - THAN l'V6 TIME siNx ME FROM GIAMT5 HV > YOLW NAEDU ER TOLD ABOUT.7HAT GO GIT , DINNY! PERFECTLV THRILLING! COPR. 1938 DY NEA SERVICE. INC, T. M. REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. . ':• FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OF COURSE, •DARUNG. THEY'VE , COVAE FOR THE ARE \ \NEOOIVJ6. THEY \ THERE'LL BE REALLY JUST SCATJS KIOBILITV?/ OF SOCIALLY 9RONMUEMT PEOPLE. gy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll WHERE IU TARWATiOK) \ I'LL BE BACK UOWDAV IN T\VAE TOl r,e <u<- --~"» iU JLU BELLE?)"DO THE \NASH\W 1 WOMWER. W.E ^BE^T FR\EUD, LIL OLD WASH1E TU8BS.IS G\TTIH' MARRIED. ""' GQ\N' TO TWE Make the Foot Fit the Shoe ,'.v>v5.| ~^ * f'.' ' y s&tfr FOOTBALL IS ALMOST HERE I THRILLS, CHILLS .PENNANTS, HOT DO6S, LONG RUNS, FORWARD PASSES, RAH RAHS , AND HUSKY THROATS—THAT'S FOOTBALL.' AMD FRECKLES IS PART OF IT, AS WITNESS— a c ; .» HELLOi MR. BAKEp.! HOW'S i THE BEST .SPOftTS WAITER. • IN SHADYSIDE TMATS KINJDA LEFT MANDED, THAT n !:J <."> <**£&. f'g^ THESE ^COMPLIMENT.' fa OAYS ? / I'M THE ONC< : V-——»rr SPORTS WRITER, )\ IN SHAOYSIDE/ MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE WELL ,1^1 WANT GUESS owes \ TO HAve ENOUGH FOR. ) A '^LX. A TOWN /WITH YOU, THIS SIZE, / FRECK' BUT WE'VE ) A SERIOUS GOT A By ROY CRANE WHAT DOES HE WANT WITH FRECK, COACH ? BAKER. WROTE SOME STUFF IN HIS COLUMN BEFORE IT HAPPENED.' NOW ITS UP TO FRECK "Jb ~E THAT IT DOES HAPPEN/ LOOK, Pippiwe SPAGe.O'.\ MUST BE AT THE COUTEOLS/ - -SHE'S K. WIKJ&S.' W KEEP THE GATS WAYS GOTTA SCARE PA PASSEMGEES FIEST/ Petro's Not Fooling JUST A BIT OH HAIL OW THE T200F, LOVIE THATS THE SPIDER'S THEME MVEA HAS SUCCEHDED INJ WHITTEV'S WOUMD WITH MAKESHIFTS FOUWD IM THE . .. . _ By MERRILL BLpSSER J

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 12,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free