Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 27, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1938
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—> Mot* Yon teU the Quicker You Sell 1 * RATES _.„ time—2e word, minimum 30e Three -time*—3V4c word, min. 50c ^tx times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum $2.78 Rates are for" continuous inser- 'tionaonly. 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 as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modern furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blanki phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3&c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bilL PHONE 768 STORIES IN STAMPS OUR BOARDING HOUSE .... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY Tuesday, September 27, 1938 By J. R, WILLIAMS Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-2fitc Special Shampoo and finger wave dry 50c. Shampoo 20c. set 20c. Oi permanent^ S1.50 and up, guarantees White Way Beauty Shop, phone 119. __. 27-3tc Winter will soon be here, re-roo 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 Notice NOTICE-See Frisby, Ideal Furniture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-2Gtp. _ NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city proper- •ty; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. IM-Oct 20c FOR SALE—Saddle horse, 4 years old, dark bay black trimmings, weight 1,000 pounds. Natural gaits. A beauty Price cheap. H. H. Darnall, Fulton Ark. Phone 24. 24-3tc ' Lost French Claim He Flew Before Wright TIP from a dusty field outside v Kitty Hawk, N. C., young Oi-yille Wright guided his clumsy flying contraption on Dec. 17 1903, to make the first successful flight with a power-driven heav. jer-than-air machine, or so the authorities have long since agreed. But now the French thoroughly disagree. Clement Ader. French engineer, achieved the first airplane flight ever made and therefore merits the title of "father of aviation" contends a French encyclopedia and the government has backed it up with a new stamp honoring Ader as the "first" pioneer of aviation. The French contend that on Oct. H, 1897, Ader, on the plateau of Satory, "flew for the first time an airplane propelled by a steam motor." They point out that Ader after many experiments and trial flights, finally constructed a m^ chuie in which he could fly about 60 meters. "Although the nigh* was short and the machine imperfect," the French encyclopedia states, "this experiment marks a date in aviation history, for it was the first airplane flight ever made * AdeT was born at Muret, Haute- Garinne, in 1841, became a government civil engineer, and as a youth first developed intense interest in aeronautics. Finally he quit his job to test his aerial ambitions. After his first flight his resources were exhausted and he retired, but the French assert "he had the satisfaction of seeing his principles become realities in the rapid evolution of aviation." He; died at Toulouse in 1925. The stamp honoring him is shown' above. (Copyright, 1933, NBA Service. Inc.) A FREM OB AAIME WHO SLEEPS WIF IDE MOSS TOL' ME, MISTAH MADAM, YEOWSAH/ HE SAV HB RUM SO PAST DEY HAVE TO RACE H/M WIF A MLJZ.ZLE ON TO KEEP HIM FROM RUNNlM' INSIDE OUT OF HIS SELPf r »W THE riPTH RACE AT -2.O TO1 AMD MIS WAM6. la^'CLAPHAWDs"? EQAt? }£? r Nk3HT X SEAMED I • ^£P ReSS ' WQ A VAST ALJPIEMCE THE APPLAUSE WAS STUPENDOUS 9 • • CL.AP HANDS/ BY JOVB/ > MAW, CJASOKJ/l'LL PUT^Z W/TH YOURS AND WE'LL PLUNGE OM HIM/ 1 SHALL PLACE THE WAGER / ,<^> J2 "Brown paper soaked in oil" was he only insulatior; the inventor Ferranti could find for his primitive electric cables, in 1890; today, it is still s being used for insulation. ^COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE'. INC.^T^ R&^|ffff*o Fff . BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A GOt'oS \Ys ' t^O 0>bt , MR.CAM?t'. Y'Ot ^^VtO tVJ'tRVVAJH't'Rt To F\UO f\ ^oe. HAKJDCUFF VOURSELF TO HIM, '/ ,n ^W •^ -tt-^vx COPR / VOCR -VVVE. 0V V ^ /; ^ LOST—Ladies Bulova wrist watch, -,-. mside high school stadium. Return to Hope Star for reward. 24-3tp FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment. Mrs. B. M. Jones, 100 East ave B. Phone 854. 26-3tc ' FOR RENT-Newly decorated 2 room furnished apartment. Private entrance convenient to bath. 314 South Shover' 27-3tc For Sate .,,^, of R <3Pe star's 11,700 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 SALE-387 acre stock farm. Three houses, two barns, deep well Vl r ,!£! ng took ' power iine - well fenced' ?4,OQO. An ideal stock farm A r' Erw ;": 26-3tc ' Greek letter siMities at trie FiorHa SJate College for Women decided in 1S.OS not to take any members' who had not averaged C in her high school or college study. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Joseph Conrad was the adopted name of Teodor Jozef Konrad Korzeniowski, who was born In Poland. The Sudeten leader is Konrad Henlein. FOR SALE—Practically new wood- burning circulating heater. See Hazel Abram at Mary's Beauty Shop. 26-3tc FOR SALE - DUXBACK Hunting Clothing at Reduced Prices. Duffie Hardware Co. ' 25-5tc Salesman Wanted [ J I Kill || < ALLEY OOP '£Zt ^. K>0 _BORN THIRTY VEARg TOO SQQ N By EDGAR MARTIN GO m> .'> y "\. 3^ '»;• TALSeo - IH - ER ^N'MAD" DID, • > II T^^ POOZV IN TWO/.' BUT BUSTED HIM WASH TUBBS _ 1 WAS .A LITTLE ,ABOUT KICKIN' HIS UT1u C ^ ' V QINOSAUR OUT / /-~^^!*x 1 ?.'.' - AFTER ALL j'sED TO ^£L ABOUT WHAT A SWt«. DINOSAUR 1 HAD, ] COME HOME T'FIND 'IM A II T«l «-. ^^^^^^••••^••K^ All That Fuss for Nuthin U)ORO L ARM 1 ;. VOVyJD Of Of |t. ^' NOW THERE'S NO , TELLIM' FIND 'IM EUEN TF I'VE GOTTA A f*f~\ "T/^ Til' r~(kir-\C- y-^r— ^^ * J'-*' - ^ "W^5^? 7 T^fe ?5p) ,dy ^. - — TteBSHSW •?-"* By V. T. HAMLIN WHERE HE IS, BUT GO TO TH 1 ENDS TH' EARTH.' OF X- t^\ x-^C^' ,. ., / NEA SERVICE, 7. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. INC. RA\VLEIGH ROUTE now open i Hope. Real opportunity for man o woman who wants permanent, profit able work. No capital or experienc needed. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKI 118-1P. Memphis, Term. Sept. 21-22-23-27-28-29 WORKER FOR THE BLIND HORIZONTAL 1,6 Famous* deaf and blind . woman. 11 Proverb. 12 Legal claim. 13 To boast. 15 Narrow lane. 17 Noisy feast. ! 19 Shrub yield- I ing seoaa, 21 Fish. 22 Ream. 23 To sunbum. 24 Her teacher was her constant . 28 Genus of frogs. 29 To chatter. 31 Sultan's decrees. 33 Territory ruled by a bey. 35 To endeavor. 36 Slaves. 3 9 God of war. 40 Surface of woolen cloth. Answer to Previous Puzzle 41 Weird. 42 Fiber knots. 43 To degrade. 46 Cornered. 49 Small nail. 50 Gibbon. 52 Expert flyers. 54 She is well, known as an . 55 She throughout the U. S. A. VERTICAL 2 Made a mistake. 3 To depart. 4 Brim. 5 Northeast. 7 Ell. 8 Mouth. 9 Opposite of most. 10 Entities. 13 She has a — mind. 14 Poor writer. 16 She graduated from college in spite of 18 Small lion. 20 Substitutes for soap. 24 Vulgar fellow. 25 Crushes. 26 Pulpit block. 27 No. 28 Bulwark. 30 Horse's blinker. 32 Inlet. 34 Anger. 37 Winding device. 38 Metric measure. 44 Sound of contempt. .45 Stir.' 47 To sup. 48 Small shield. 49 Bushel. 51 Morindin dye, 53 Southeast. , 'F'OSED TO OF STARTED HALF AM HOUR AGO. WE GOT A FS.AT TIRE, you WST SOTTER TAKE HIM TO - ., BUT /NO,WO! THERE'S - 1 !. i. 1 '^ UOTAfAIMUTETO . HAFTA SPARE. PLEASi DO THE V I'LL BUY VouR ' CAR. I'll PO AWYTH\t£ NVILKIW FIRST S ^ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1 .. .. Wash's Troubles Come in Bunches t**? TOR _TH1S (WHERE'S TH'LIGHTS JUMK HEAP. .IT'S KAKKY' f € "*B»-?- . U . . AVJ OUTRAGE.' A\WT uw I m w HOUR PARSES. HERE'S TH' CHURCH AT LAST, LULU BELLE. HURRY! TELL 'ENN I'LL BE BACK AS SOON AS I CHANGE AAV CLOTHES. ~*a ft ------ >ni . ...^.^!^ .. -^^jj^n/si iSy Ray Thompson and Charles Coil •4»$-M. ^'~\D . FRECKLES HAS .Tea LEAD TME BASJD WHILE HIS BEST G\K\. DANCES WITH SOMEONE ELSE— ™ f ///////;p X^—i—2BBaB^HI^H Sarcasm a la Dudley v\ !&&, OUTA 6AS. C >V GOSH! \T NEVER A\WS BUT WOT \T POU?S, f IK /V'/e^ T'-'^ COPR. 1938 BY NEA £ Ws;- vj^ COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVTOTlNC. T. M. REG, U. S. PAT. Qrfl MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE NOBODY v n ASKED YOU TO CONAH HERE SOME DAY 'RE OOINQ STAND "TOO i To AN INSECT SPRAY GUN ' JUST A SECOND TOO I.ATE,Mf?> LANE" ._ SHALL WE QHASE THE }& MURPEROUS PiVIL* NOT" A CHANCE, LIEUTENAKJT'- HE1L Bf QV68 THE BORPiR J\ BESIDES, THE "BLACKl BULLET" V=> ONE OF THE FASTEST PLANES IM THE AlR» Whitey's Pretty Lucky By ROY CRANE BRIN6 YOUR. &AND OVBR To MY HOU5E) MS. GOOSEY, AND HELP US RID THE CELLAR OF MICE/ AND WHILE X'M MAKIN<5 SUGGESTIONS, WMY DON'T You TELLTME- BOYS IM YOUR. BAND Tb PLAY THE BLACK MAR.KS—THe WHITE STUFF IS ONLY THE PAPER,I.' STORY- OOK RESCUE/ • By MERRILLBLQSSER = AND WHO 15 THIS UNFORTUNATE GENTLE MAN 4

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