Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 19, 1938 · Page 4
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E FOUR HOPE StAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS M ondav. September 19; 1088 •The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three tiines-3Vic word, min. 50c Six times—€c word, minimum 90c One month (2fi times)—18c word, minimum $2-70 " Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucft as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or namo, 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 3&e word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered STORIES IN STAMPS See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. \-l^ 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 baj.e 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 corn- rJete 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 SALE—Simmons enamel front wood burning range. Remington portable typewriter. Both good as new Vernon A. Hammond, Phone 94. 15-3tp 'FOR SALE—Used B Flat Cornet in good condition. Priced cheap for quick sale. Phone 928. l'-3tp Lost Hungary's "King" Ties To Herr Hitler DEAR Admiral Nicholas Hovlhy found himself a national ht;ro on half pay at. the close of the World War. So he plunged into Hungarian politics. By 1920 thi* dynamic soldier with the aristocratic bearing had become Hungary's regent-governor A year ago he became the nation's uncrowned king. For the Hungarian Parliament invested the head of the stale with royal rights, making Horthy king in all but title. He is responsible to no one but himself, and only death may part him from his office. He possesses sweeping powers over legislation, and authority to recommend his successor, all of which makes him a vital figure in Central European politics. Europe saw a new cause foi alarm in Horthy's official state- visit to Berlin and Adolf Hitler. Horthy, it was believed, chose to tie Hungarian fortunes to the N;i7.i banner, thus strengthening the German-position in the Danubian states. He spent live days ofr intimate association with Der Fuehrer, five days which may change the course of history. Nearing 70, Horthy has been the head of a stale longer than any uncrowned ruler in the world. Today he is a key figure in Europe. He speaks .French, German. English, Italian, Slavic, is a fine rider, plays the piano, indulges in drawing. So' long has he held power that he is virtually a Hungarian .T., institution. He ' is shown here on a 1 9 3 0 • Hungnri n n stamp issued in commemoration of his regency. (Copyright. I'JUS, NKA. .Service, Inc.) OUR BOARDING HOUSE . OUD> HOOPLE SALVE •REPLACE TH 1 DIMMER COAT YOU BLEW FLJLA- OF MOLES-^ WELL, WE IWTEWO TO HOLQ YOUR ROMPERS FOR SECURITY UMTIL YOUR TAILOR KICIKS iw WITH TH' MEW COAT ' with ,F MAJOR^OOPLE TH' PROMISES HE'S PUCKED our WBRE= LA'ID EMD TO ELMO THEY'D BE. LOWS EMOLJcSH TO PAW OLE Hl/v\ FROM TH 1 MOOM— -LET HIM WADDLS AROUMt? HERE PAKJTLBSS UMTlL. WE <5ET OUT OUR WAV By J. R. WILLIAMS A PROMISEJS SACREPWITH A HOOPLE/ UMp'5 HOW £AW ~L dALLOU MY TAILOR TO CHOOSES SUITABLE FABRIC AMD STYLE WITHOUT MY TROUSERS <• KNOW THE CURVES HE T PUTS OM . DON'T TELL N MOONPIXER TMAT ALL THE THINGS HE HAD IN HOCK TO ME WERE STOLEN/ HE MAY NEVER CALL FOR THEM, BUT IF- HE KNOWS THEY'RE GONE HE'LL PEMAND X PAY FOR THEM V NOPE, X PONT KEEP SECRETS PER SUCK PEOPLE. SOME GUYS GIT A LITTLE BUSINESS REVERSE, THEM THEY START S1TTIN' SL"— - MOT CROOKED RIGHT AWAY, BUT .JUST SLICK....X DON'T BLAME YOU FEft TRYlM' TO SAVE YOURSELF, BUT I PONT LIKE PEOPLE WHO HAVE TO TALK IN SOUNDPROOF ROOMS V COPS. 1913 DVNCA SERVICE. INC arc,, u s. p<kt. opf. THE MIDAS TOUCH "BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES All There Is to It By EDGAR*MARTIN The term Czechoslovakia refers to two national groups of inhabitants, the Czschs and the Slovaks, both distinct branches of Slav origin. The Pacific golden plover makes a non-stop flight from Alaska to Hawaii every fall. LOST—One black and white speckled female sette; one red and white speckled male setter. Return to Harold. .Porterfield. 17-3tc Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER 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 FOR RENT—Furnished living room, bed room, kitchen and adjoining bath. 715 West Sixth St. 16-3tp FOR RENT FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms ajbining bath. Very reasonable. 10 North Washington. 14-3tp 'FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room apartment. See Hazel Abram, a Mary's Beauty Shop. 17-3tc FOR RENT—Nice bedroom with closet, near town; breakfast if desir ed, also garage. Rent reasonabl Call 155-J. Question on Page One The revolution was put down after a surprise attack in San- iago, Chili, whose president is Arturo Alessandri. FOR RENT—Apartment for couple Close in. Call 66. 16-3t FOR RENT—Three-room furnishec apartment, private bath. Mrs. Bell Phillips, 222 East Avenue B. 16-3t FOR RENT—Newly furnished be room, close in. Gentleman preferred 208 So. Laurel. Mrs. Carl Brown. 19-3tp ALLEY OOP &V;£ BUT ALLEY MANEUVERED ' 'AND TMEM ALLEV Xv[r , AMn ... OOP DISMOUNTED A u ^ HA^MC^ AND WENT INTO (SL D ^/^UT\ CAVE AFTERV^l^gte" 7 A THE GIANT TOWARD THE CAVJE MOUTH BATTLE --- £flpR,1!MB BY NEA SfcRVICE.JMO. T. M. REQ..U. S. PAT Ooola's Lament By V. T. HAMLIN Found "••^j^iwaitisail^^ "'/MV.' WOW T .CERTAINLV 1 WAS--FOR ,./MV.' HOW PERFECTLY A A WHILE-BUT 1 GUESS 'ROMANTIC TO HAWE A ' N THE ROMANCE DIDN'T TAKE, 5O---OH.ZEL, MERE COMES VOUR f BOV FRIEND/ ~^/ AND^THEN - IT WAS ALL OVER - DINNY HAD HIM DINO5AUR RIDER FOR A BOY FRIEND/AREN'T YOU THRILLED, OOOLA ? WASHTUBBS FOUND—One black mule, weight about nine hundred. Person can have mule if they pay for this ad. See Harry Wortman, 6 miles Southeast Hope. 19-ltp PUBLIC OFFICIAL HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured U. S. cabinet official. 11 Opposed to dead. 12 To gleam. 13 Writing tools. 15 Gibbon. 16 Peaceful, 18 One who asks 21 Musical note. 22 Pig pen. 23 Compass . point. 24 Of the thing. 25 Cover. 27 Longed for. 32 Aperture. ^3 Cow-headed goddess. 35 Emissaries. 36 Argentine coin. 37 At no time, -39 To plant. 40 Puzzler. 41European shad. 43 To squirt. Answer to Previous Puzzle 45 Structural unit. 47 Enemy. 49 Social insect. 50 To exist. 51 To stitch. 53 Hangings of a room. 56 Ozone. 57 Intention. 59 Glass marble. .60 Fish. 61 He is secretary of . 62 He has been active in politics since 1897. VERTICAL 1 Laughter sound. 2 Morindin dye. 3 Mature. 4 Kilns. 5 Clemency. 6 Small body of 52 Humor, land. 5 4 Since. 7 To pursue. 55 And. 8 Church. 56 Bustle. 9 Half an em. 58 Myself. 10 Southeast. CO Provided 14 Armholes. 16 His native state. 17 To lift up. 19 To obliterate.. 20 He was once a . 26 Prima donna. 28 Part nt church. 29 Stream, 30 Tidings. 31 Electrical unit. 32 Exploit. 34 Ego. 36 Hprbor. 38 Crucifix. 40 Insignificant. 42 Harem. 44 One who peels 46 College official. 48 Mast. 50 Frame for a corpse It Won't Be Long, Now AT' THE COyvTfRV CLU'6 r-A^EREtf-j SUPPER FOR "lOOO. •" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS _ CHANGES AND HERE'S *IOO,000 IU •STOCKS AMD BOWDS FORTBEIRV4ET' " PRESEWT. V£== ~_ ••"— — r ^ >. i \ • ' »_' fcy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll \ei4TpH PWAt REHEARSAL fOR THE '""" " i \S SET Difference of Opinion By ROY CRANE DAILY AMD SUMDAY VOL LVII Ulttl Mercury TME WRITER. OF TMIS COLUMN! BELIEVES TMAT FRECKLES MCGOOSEY WILL OUTSMINE ALL TME STARS OF TME CONFEREMCE GRIDIRONS TMIS YEAR, AMD THAT STAye COLLEGE HAD BETTER KEEP ITS EVES OM HIM -•ARE Y LISTENIM', STATE ? FRECKUES' M9. GOOSEY Coach says ^ hta frffr nf- GAZETTE KINGSTON FLASH HOT OFF THE GRID OKAY • WOULD SUGGEST THAT "THE LOSER. OF SAID BET BE: FORCED MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE A Weapon To EAT Tne OLD HAT OFF BEMEF1T OF OMION6 B^MERRILL BLOSSER (P PAR ROW, c£) AT THE CCWTROLS OP- THE ILL-FATED AIFZ.LIKJEPL, HAS BEEM SHOT DLIRIWGi THE •RUTHLESS ATTACK OF "TH& .SPIDBK.;' WHO IS AFTER"LOVIE J.AVERE'3""DIA- MOMD5. THE PlAhJ£ VASHES TO 7HE COCKPIT.'. CAM GET LEVELEC3 PFF IKJ TIME — [IT LAWDS WITH TERRIFIC I<V\LJ PACT, BUT A SERIOUS CRASH HAS BEEW AVERTED?/ A HLJWDRED FEET PROM THE EARTH,THE PLAKJE STORS ITS DOWMWAC-D PI.UMGE. BUT THERE IS MO TIME TO ADJUST THE LAKJD- IMG GEAR,/ INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. UM THE BAGGAGE. CPMPAUT- MEKJT, WHERE MVfJA HAS BE EM IMPRISONED, SHE; DOES HER. BEST TO PROTECT WH1TEV FROM FUC.THEE. IW-JURV q-IS WELL/ I'VE SEENJ LAMDHOC3S, 6UT--5AV/ THEP2E'S SONAETHIMG I OVERLOOKED/

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