Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 26, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, September 26, 1938
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SfrAfc, fiOfefc, "the Mort Yon fell the Qilicker You Sell" RATES One Ume—2c word, mihimum 30c Ttee* tlmes-'-Sttc word, mih. 50c Sty Uingy'fc Word, minimum 90c Ofle month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.10 llates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard Classification name Sucn as "Pot ftent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or namo, or com- •fltete telephone number, counts as 'a full word. For example: " "fOiSt RENT—Three-room mod°.rn furnished apartment, with garagt. close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. - fotal, Ifi words, at 2c word, 3()c for one time; at 3ftc 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 * _. i Winter will soon be here, re-roof now. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc You can save money at " _" AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp • STORIES, IN STAMPS UNITED STATES POSTAGE OUR BOARDING HOUSE with ... . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS Notice NOUCE—See Frisby, Ideal Furni- •ture 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 FOR SALE—Saddle horse, -i years old, dark bay black trimmings, weight 1,000 pounds. Natural gaits. A beauty. 'Trice cheap. H. H. Darnall. Fulton, "Ark. Phone 24. 24-3tc Complete line of building materials for all repairs. See us for low prices and,easy terms. Hempstead County LuBiber Company. 20-6tc Lost . LOST—Dark-bay mare mule, weight 1100, one shoe on front hoof, knot on right front knee, aged mule. Vasco "Bbslic, Patrnos Route Two. 23-3tp 11 CENTS 11 The First "Dark Horse" !n American Politics^ TX3RN by dissension and the wracking policies of President John Tyler, the Whigs faced certain defeat in the stormy campaign of 1844. So the Democrats assembled in frenzied convention in Baltimore to pick a leader for return to power. Van Buren, defeated four years earlier, demanded renomination, b'ut Cass of Michigan, Johnson of Kentucky, Calhoun and James Buchanan pooled their strength: and, held Van Buren short of thai required two-third's vote for many j weary ballots. The convention ap- ; peared hopelessly deadlocked. Then, someone mentioned James, K. Polk, former Speaker oi thai House under Jackson. Polk had just returned to the public seen* when he earnestly advocated the annexation of Texas. He even prophesied that if the United States did hot take Texas, England might. The convention was struck by this chance for compromise, unanimously nominated Polk. He thus became the first 'dark horse" candidate in an American political convention. He was elected, defeating Henry Clay, the Whig candidate. Texas, Oregon, and California became American possessions during his term, but only after bloody conquest during which Polk himself was labeled "Napoleon." After serving one term, he retired to Nashville 'vn 1849 and died almost at once of cholera. He is shown here on a stamp of the new U. S. regular series, enlarged, f (Copyrleht, 1038, *EA Service. Inc.) The largest citrus crop in the history of the lower Rio Grande valley is in prospect. LOST—Ladies Bulova wrist watch, •-' inside high school stadium. Return to "Hope Star for reward. 24-3tp For Sate Enjoy your home more, re-paint and re-paper. Special terms. Hempstead County Lumber Company. 20-6tc FOR SALE—Copies of Hope Star's 11.700 Centennial edition giving com plete authentic history of 20 South - fcrest Arkansas towns. Buy now. Sup' fcly is limited. Bound'copies, 50 cents s-add 12 cents if desired to be mailed Unbound copies, 25 cents—add 6 cents it you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—One used Frigidaire— top condition. An extremely good buy ?4.50 per month pays for it. Auto 'motive Supply Co. 20-3tc Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One "Persian cord" and "rep" are materials. The man had been married for only a few days. ' FOR SALE—Practically new wood turning circulating heater. See Haze Abram at Mary's Beauty Shop. 26-3t FOR SALE — DUXBACK Huntin Clothing at Reduced Prices. Duffi Hardware Co. 25-5tc FOR SALE—387 acre stock farm Three houses, two barns, deep wel farming tools, power line, well fenced, 54,000. An ideal stock 'farm. A. C. Envin. 26-3tc FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Mrs. B. M. Jones, 100 East ave. E. Phone 854. 26-3tc MOHAMMEDAN LEADER HORIZONTAL •J, 4 Pictured Mohammedan leader. 7 He is the incarnated god of 78,000,000 *—i——S 12 Instrument, 14 Sailor. 16 To profit. 18 Form of "be." 19 Fish, 20 Kindled. 22 WorK Of skill. 24 Cavity., 26 Golf device. 28 Female sheep. 30 Layer of a . series. 51 Seasons. - 83 Chaffy part of grain. 34 Stop! 35 Pedal digits. '36 Narrow street 37 Insurgent. 39 Measure of area. 42 Lock part. 43 Father. Answer to Previous Puzzle 44 Toward. 45 Ornamental. 47 Butter lump. 43 And. 49 Bitter herb. 50 Flying toy. 51 Values. 54 Wood demon. 55 Not hollow. 56 Sailor. . 57 To acquiesce. 59 Kternity. 60 He receives his in gold on his birthday. 61 His title is VERTICAL 2 To depart. 3 To abolish. 4 To retain. 5 To perturb. 6 To bow. 8 To leor. 9 Capuchin monkey. 10 Matter-of-fact 57 Preposition. 11 Half an em. 58 Electrical 13 Either. unit. 15 In a superior degree. 17 His is considered sacred. 21 This ruler travels constantly. 23 Stream. 25 Exists. 27 Prime ' character. '29 Pale. 32 Behold. 33 Blister, 38 Inlet of th« sea. 40 To revolvQ. 41 Wages. ,43 Film on '• copper. 45 Sharp tooth. 40 Short letter. 47 Aviator. 50 Genus of cuckoos. 52 Japanese fish. 53 Unit of .work, AH DOM'T OWISJE MAKE. A BIT O 7ER. ME/ OH. ICK^DOM'T LET THET HOS5 OlT AV WE'LL BE. LEFT AFOOT NMUES AKJ 1 NO PLACE .' UP" YOU* MOSS AY A, : WHEN 1 WAS ' Vt>L)R A P^WNY WAS A COVETED CO|M, ! "THE REWARD Ft3Pk A POWfe ^ E<3AtJ!, MAWY "THE TIME OPT HAVE T SAWet> AND SPLIT A WEEK'S SUPPLY Cfc W6dO AND SHOVELED A PATH OP SNOW, TO BE THRILLED WHEW PsEWARPfeD WITM A PENWY/ FAP r t YOU Y&UN6STERS OP TO PAY expECT A HANDFUL A PlWCM DP THE KJEXT T/ME YOU WITH TWO POLLARS TO PAV AMP YOU CHAF2-C3E. LIST AM OLD HOOP LIE CUSTOM = HEROES ARE WADE - MOT 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. Rf.C. U, S. PAT. OFF. By EDGAR MARTIN Just Like Him BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES otao^o To <a>t A VOANK WrtA ^0 GO avotvv \<s COINS v\vb TO V\N>0 VOO A 6000 \Si TWt VviOR.V.'Q '. \~\'o •at fsvo^ov. tuct fs'BV.t ___ 1 ^______ - ^. _ 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. 5. PAT. OFF. ) By V. T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll THe Worst Is Yet to Come WASH TUBBS I'VE FORGOTTEM HER X A tKOY VJRESTLtR MAtAE. HE KNEW HER OUT \ & OOD HEAVEWS! \NEST. I TH\NK SHE WAS A \ VJHAT VN LAOV VJRESTLER \W\THA PEOPLE C\RCU5. OH, DEAR. I / SAV? /YOURSELF, HOPE THERE'S BEEW NO /\. J WOMEY, SER\OU5 ACCiDEMT. / III,^^} PREPARE FOR THE I'VS TERRIBW VOCRR\ED, WR, (AcKEE. \WASH VJEMt WO\VJ6 \H\TH T^AT WDOW FR1EWD THOUSAND GUESTS FttJGfct WA\T\VlG FOR THE VJEODIVJ6 TOBE6IN. UtVtR \TUBBS PROBABLV FELLASLEILR CONFOUWD W»A'. SEND COURIERS J WEAR THE «?E<3ROOK' DISAPPEARED* HVs UANO- UAW. By ROY CRANE It's Always Something FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 'YOU CAN'T *» AFFORD TO PASS UP EASY DOU6H ! &UCKS IS A LOTTA POUQH FOR A C3UY WHO KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT MUSIC / IF YOU •DON'T ANY DOUGH, HOW ARE YOU GONNA TAKE JUNE PLACES ? AND WHILE EARNING THE DOU6H, DUD WAMQLE WILL BE DATING HER/ WHAT {* ME TAKES HER. To THE DANCES WHERE JIM LEAD- INS THE ORCHESTRA? THINK IT'LL. FUN SEEING THEM TOGETHER ievfei*.v TIME BAMt> PLA'S WAVE AND PLAY V <•*=•• ;^r *•••—- _^ *-»-* -/ -. By MERRILL BLOSSER Just In Time MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE fwiTH A MIGHTY ROAR X THE PIRATE <3OARS OVER THE AIRLINER l& MYRA'S BULLET GLANCES HARMLESSLY OFF THE FU9ELAGE. SOMETHING'S 5CAREP BUT IN THE BLACK BULLET PUAN6 THERE 15 CONSTERNATION THEM AWAV/ WHITEV- r> HUH? W-U/AS CONSCIOUS rs GOING SATIS £ACTK>NJ HER BARRICADE IM THE LUG6A6E COMPARTMENT; MYRA PREPARES TO MAKE HER LAST BULLET COUNT/ WE'RE SAVEPJ THE OPERATION A SUCCESS NURSE?' OFF QUICK" GOVERNMENT

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