FOUK HOPE STAR, HOPi, ARKANSAS 'the More You fell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum SOc Three times—3V4c word, min. SOc Six times—Sc word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum ___._ $2.70 Rates are for continuous inser* tions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn 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, SOc for one time; at 3V4c 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, 65S-J. l-26tc Winter will soon be here, re-roof now. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-Gtc •STORIES IN STAMPS Special. Eye-brow and lash dye 40c. Guarenteed oil permanents S1.50 and up. White Way Beauty Shop. Phone 119. 21-3tp. You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp FOR RENT FOR RENT—Newly furnished bed room, close in. Gentleman preferred. 208 So. Laurel. Mrs. Carl Brown. 19-3tp FOR RENT—New seven room residence with garage. 709 South Main Street, Mrs. C. D. Lauterbach. phone «7. 21-3tc FOR RENT—Large front bedroom, southeast exposure, private entrance. adjoining bath. 920 S. Elm St. Phone 464W. 20-3tp Notice NOTICE—See Frisby, Ideal Furniture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-26tp. NOTICE—Local money to loan"~on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. IM-Oct. 20c Salesman Wanted RAWLEIGH ROUTE now open in Hope. Real opportunity for man or woman who wants permanent, profitable work. No capital or experience needed. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKI- 118-1F. Memphis. Tenn. Sept. 21-22-23-27-28-29 For Safe FOR SALE—One used Frigidaire— top condition. An extremely good buy. $4.50 per month pays for it. Automotive Supply Co. 20-3tc Complete line of building materials for all rep-airs. See us for low prices . and easy terms. Hempstead County Lumber Company. 20-6tc j When a Party "Purged" A President FIGHTING solon ot the Virginia Legislature and of both the rlouse of Representatives and the Senate, _ John Tyler was elected vice president of the United •tales with popular frontiersman William Henry Harrison as President. But exactly one month after nauguration Tyler found himself J resident, when Harrison died uddenly on April 4, 1841. So was launched one of the arest presidential careers on rec- >rd, a career which was to see Tyler "purged" at last by his own party. This is the story: As far back as Jackson's term, Tyler had opposed the general's course in many matters, notably the United States Bank. Later, as senator, he opposed nullification but condemned Jackson's nullification program. In 1834 he made a report sharply censuring Jackson for removing deposits from the United States Bank. And then he became President and faced the bank issue once more. Promptly Tyler vetoed'the bill to recharter the institution. Congress remodified the measure next, partly at Tyler's suggestion, passed it once more. And again Tyler vetoed it. Likewise he killed the measure to revise the tariff. Thereupon all of the members of his cabinet resigned, except Webster. He remained only long enough to conclude the Webster- Ashburton treaty. Meanwhile, the Whigs countered with a daring "purge" of their own leader and President. A public address was issued declaring that "all political connection with them and John Tyler was at end from that day henceforth.'' Tyler retired in 1845. He is shown here on a stamp of the new U. S. regular series, enlarged. i iCopyright, 1D3S, NBA Service, Inc.) Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The German border fortification are known as the Siegfried Line. They reach to the'south almost to Switzerland. Enjoy your home more, re-paint and re-paper. Special terms. Hempstead County Lumber Company. 20-6tc FOR SALE—Fordson tractor, cheap. Excellent buy for replacement parts. Apply Hope Star. 20-3tp TWO BARGAINS IN FINE PIANOS We will sell to someone in this vicinity a 1938 model studio piano and a console type piano, both standard makes, at real bargain prices on easy weekly or monthly payments if sold at once. For full information as to where pianos may be seen wire or write BALDWIN MUSIC CO. 423 Milam St. Ehreveport, La. 20-3tc MOTION PICTURE STAR" HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured actress, Jeanette 9 She '• in operettas. 13 Striped fabric. 14 To liberate. 16 Lion. 17 Portion. 19 Auricle of the ear. 20 Spar. 21 Implement. 23 Born. 24 Mountain pass 25 Native metal. 27 Pound. 29 Hour. 30 Garden tool. 31 Each. 32-God of love. 35 Wanders. 37 Blackbird. 39 Morindia dye. 40 PitcKprs. 41 To sow. 43 Retired nook. 45 Perched. 46 Heraldry insignia. 48 Moist. ^Answer to Previous Puzzle of 49 She is • face. 51 She is one oi. the popular s ot the screen. 53 Myself. 54 Expert flyer. 56 Bustle. 57 Therefore. 59 Onager. 60 Journeys. 61 Tumor. VERTICAL 1 Chart. 2 One who abates a nuisance. 3 Religious ballad. 4 Either. 5 Fiber knots. 6 To place in line. 7 Smooth. 8 Natives of Denmark. 9 Southeast. lOWing. 11 To recoil. 12 Drunkard. 15 South America. 18 Toward. 22 Folds of cord, 24 She started as a girl. 26 Portuguese coin. 28 She also studied for the . 30 Buzzes. 32 Melody in choral muvlc. 33 To trifle. 34 Conclusion. 36 Pope's scarfs. 38 Wood demon. 39 Unwilling. 41 Dimmer. 42 Test. 44 To be indebted. 46 A religious denomination 47 Concludes. 50 Go on (music) 52 To depart. 53 Mother. 55 Avenue. 58 Upon. OUR BOARDING HOUSE • Wednesday, September 21,193j with . , , , MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J, R. WILLIAMS HAK.-KUMF c IS THIS SAM THE LJM-— AS MV LONDON HABERDASHER IS OKJ HIS VACATION IW SWITZERLAND, WILL YOU QUOTE ME A PRkTE ON A DIMMER COAT ?-~ MO, WOT THE WHOLE SUIT "THE COAT^-kAF-k'AF' 1" EH •? THE COSTS TWO-THIRDS OP THE /# ^/ ^, PRldE OP THE SUIT?' 'X-v' <%, %Zr*~^™y*^>^s\rS\'\~ ) ^C THEM THE PAWT5? 7 ;£ ONLY COST OWE y V THlRP-~- HAW/ V £ THAT G!V£S ' 3 IDEA / 9oo 0 -> "FILL VOUR EARS FULL " OF MRS. HOOPLE<S HUSBAWD dETTIKie PRICE5 ON OUR NEVV PARTY I'LL CALL YOU BACK LATER, SAM/ KNOWS WE 6 OT HIM TH' PANTS THIS DEAL ME VE BY ON 0 '// fjfc-2 / NEAS i '38 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U t S. PAT. OFF. N \Y LJOU SHOLJLC? HAVE SHOT THEM (M THE TROUSERS, MAUOR = r N^/HV. THAT'S TO KEEP\ THE Nei6MBOR'£ LEAVES 1 FKOM BLOWIN' OVER INTO OUR YARPj WHY 15 It YOU SEEM TO HATE ME TO SAVE MYSELF A LOTTA WORK ? GIVE A GUY A &REAK/ 1 AM HELPING* VOU -•* IP P£OPL6 THINK THIS IS THE CITY PUMP YOU'LL HAVE MORE THAW A FEW LEAVES TO RAKE UP/ \/l,// t it* :OPR. i j}a HYJtEA SERVICE. INC< •"-.M.REC. U.S.PAT, art. WHV MOTHERS GET GRAY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Back Home By EDGAR MARTIN ALLEY OOP The Old Oil COPp. 193B BY_NEA SERVICE. IftC VOU CAN'T BLAME A GIRL FOR ADMIRING ALLEV OOP— GOODNESS/ A GIRL LIKES T'KNOW THAT HER MAN CAN SHIELD AND PROTECT. HER---AND MISTER OOP, WITH HIS BIG DINOSAUR, CAN CERTAINLV DO THAT! '1-11 WASH TUBES BUT A FAT LOTTfX GOOD lT'5 DOlN HIS GIRL FRIEND, OOOLA/5HUX, THAT BIG DOPE 15 ABOUT ROMANTIC AS A FROG/ *%•' >jv>v--:ri.- ZK ?Jf£ <•'.(• i "ti • •'- D5i«& '•" * ^*' .*" - tr T H jS^ (?..*. .T.'M. RE'cTu. s. PAT.OFF COPR. 1938 BY ^EA SERVICE, INC. IU POSITIVE \T WAS EASV, BUT HE'S CHAMSED.^ 5UT ALL THS FiR= IS OUTER H1VA, WASH. HE SAYS /TKAT'S NOT IK? NEVJER HEARU OF WE AM' VOU, AM HECK WV TH' WEDDIW'. 1 Risky Business TERRIBLE IAUSTA HAPPENED! QUICK, 6ET IW >AY CAR! HOW FAR 16 PIUE C\TYf 155 WILES. J FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HEX VIRGINIA, I'LL BE BACK AFTER ,* l« The Last Word T HOURS UNT\L FOR fAY VOEODIN' AM' 1£TO V\U-ES TOGO! GEE, WE'LL HAFTA HUSTLE! COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE. I v j "V: M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. I UNDERSTAND (N SOME SORT OF FOOTBALL YARDAOE COMTEST.' I DIDN'T TH/NK AKJY IMPC^TASlT NEWS THEY TELU ME TMER BIS WOODEN "THERMOMETER FRONT OF THE BUILDINO / i I ALSO HEARD THAT SOME BOEO IN YOUR. BURS IS GONNA PAINT A RED LINE ON THE THERMOMETER AFTER. EVERY <3AME To SHOW THE EXACT YARDASE MADE BY EACH OF US / ^ , •*, ___ _ *CCOPR. 1836 JJ/-L- RVICEtTNC. T. M. REO. U. S.'PAT.' By ROY CRANE r , ., ... •%». TELL HIM To 1 BUY A BRAND '< NEW BRUSH TO PAIMT IN VOUR RED LINE , AND AT THE END OF "THE SEASON! HE CAN RETURN IT AND SET HIS MONEY BACK— IT'LL STILL BE , BRAND NEW/ ntfy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll REG. U. S. PAT. OFFy^yV. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Jewels? NOT BAD, BENSON \S ALMOS' kS PRETTY AS HER PIAMONPS -SHE I 1 VOU O iTTV ^ I HER IN ?S,MO? L, ING/ "• "• ' ii—' 7^" OUSHTA SEE . IN THE MORN- FETRO/ SO TH/5 & THAT BOLU>, BAP HEAV/, THE SPIPER/ WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT.' HERE, SCRAMBLE FOR YOUR BAUBLES-THEN GET t— -i GO1H<=>.' _} SOMETHIN& TELLS PBTRO SHE'S TO55 SEVENTY* FIVE eRAND OF ROCKS /.WAY TOO EA.SY,.. IF THEY ARE ri PHOMEVy BENSON,.. By MERRILL BLOSSER LOOKS AS IF THIS LITTLE FIW.D MIGHT BE A LIFE SAVER.'
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