Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 28, 1938 · Page 4
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*A0& POtJl? HOBE STAB, HOPE, ABfeANSAS •Wednesday, September.28/193$ "The M<*» You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Thrte times—3%c word, mift. 50c Six times—€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—ISc word, minimum , $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "Foe Kent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or namo, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RKNT—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 3Mic 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. Bhone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc Special Shampoo and finger wave, j dry 50c. Shampoo 20c, set 20c. Oil) permanents S1.50 and up. guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop, phone 119. 27-3tc • . 4 Winter will soon be here, re-roof now. No down payment, easy monthly terms: Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc STORIES IN STAMPS You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp Notice NOTICE—See Frisby, Weal 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 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 RENT—3 room modern apartment including glassed in sleeping porch, south exposure, shades. Mrs. J. H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington, Phone 669-J. 28-3tc For Sa}.e FOR SALE—Copies of Hope Star's fUOQ 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. 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, farming tools, power line, well fenced, $4,000. An ideal stock farm. A. C. Erwin. 26-3tc Death of the World's Most Famous Seaman DRILLIANT young Admiral Lord Nelson had already given an eye and an arm and suffered many painful wounds in the seuvice of the British navy when he stepped on the deck of the Victory, Oct. 21, 1805, and gave the order to attack the French off Cadiz. "England expects that every man will do his duty," he signaled .-.is the fleet moved into line, nncl a few seconds later the great commander walked his deck in the :hick of his last and most impor- :ant engagement. The Victory lad just engaged two French "hips in the ensuing hour when kelson was struck by a bullet ired by a sharpshooter. His spine was broken, and he was carried below in intense agony. But Nelson hung grimly on, inquiring about the progress ot the battle of Trafalgar even as life ebbed away. Toward the end, he asked Thomas Hardy, his flag captain, to kiss him. "Now," said Nelson, "I am satisfied. Thank God 1 have done my duty." The triumph sit Trafalgar was one of the great naval achievements of all time, a tactical masterpiece. It sealed the admiral's fame. But Nelson was more than a brilliant tactician. British naval history ranks him as an exceptional leader of men, brotherly, humane. No officer under Nelson ever went into action without knowing the commander's full plans. A monument to Nelson is shown here on a Barbados stamp of 1905, marking the centenary of his victi. at Trafalgar. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One They had shaken hands with Herbert Hoover. They were in a boat on the Indian ocean. They decided to swim. 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- 118-1P. Memphis, Tenn. Sept. 21-22-23-27-28-29 FOR SALE: Full blood Setter puppies, 8 weeks old. Call 668. Eugene White, Jr. 28, 3tp. FOR SALE—Practically new wood- burning circulating heater 1 . See Hazel Abram at Mary's Beauty Shop. 26-3tc FOR SALE — DUXBACK Hunting Clothing at Reduced Prices. Duffie Hardware Co. 25-5tc FAMOUS AUTHOR HORIZONTAI, 1, 6 The venerable writer pictured here. 9 Security for a prisoner. 1C Qrgsa of hearing. 11 Sleeping. 13 Form of "I." 14 Thing. .15 Dower property. 16 Right of precedence. 17 While. 18 Deity, averting evil. 19 Nuisance. 20 Tribunal. 21 To declaim. 2* Pressed . grape skins. 26 Indian nurse. 28 To wither. 29 Tuning device 30.To scatter hay. 31 He is a — Answer to Previous Puzzle' 18 Sound of contempt. 19 Sanskrit dialeot. 20 Opposite of good. 21 Cereal grass. 22 To ponder. 23 Social insect. 24 Musical note. 25 He is also in principle. 33 Common verb. 34 Anxiety. 35 Huge volume. 36 Neuter pronoun. 37 Ireland. 38 Joint. 39 Three. 40 Bandaged. 42 Evergreen tree. 43 Secular. 44 To tear stitches. 45 Those who resist. 47 He is famous for his . ways. 48 Made of rushes. VERTICAL 2 Trees. 3 Rowing implements. 4 Brink. 5 Porch swing. 6 Rested on a chair. 7 Hour. 8 To wring. 10 Being. 11 He won fame as a . 12 Goddess of dawn. 13 Spar. 16 Consisting of five tones. 27 Affirmative. 28 Damaged by use. 29 Duration. 31 Uttered. 32 Ledges. 34 Crinkled fabric. 36 He is an . writer living in England. 37 Poem. 38 Unless. 39 Sailors. 41 Circle part. 42 By. 43 Rumanian coin. 45 Right. 46 Transposed, OUR BOARDING HOUSE with ..... MAJOR, HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS 4^" ^ n/, ON V* I SHALL NOT KMU TO GET OUR &-£f POWW ON THIS HORSE— AM -UM-*. 'l AH -'•WHAT'S HIS / NAME "^-IW THE > SIXTH RACE/ DAT MOSS'S NAME \S "CLAP HAMDS"AM' HE'S RLJMWIW' IM DE PlPTH, .__ MISTAH MA3AH/ JES M^ dLAP YO HAMDS, DEM YOU'LL 'MEMBER HIS MAME "*-«-MAM/DAT BUR-ROfe GOIM' TO BRING A LOAD OB NU3C5ETS OVAM DE FINISH LIME FO' USt ^ i 0 A TRIFLE OPTIMISTIC= ICOPR. 1930 BY NEA SE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES EC. U. S. PAT. OFF. r&ii-SW* •x^y*- ~^\ i f L> ^LJ± < / Z' WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY corn, toss BV NrA scnvicE. m T. M. R(T,. U. 11. PAT. Off .1 HtM*. ^Wt\S.,\OONfT SQ | WQ 1 *° V\ . TO The Forgotten Man By EDGAR MARTIN . 1933 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OF 1 -' ALL RIGHT NOW, KAKKV, OL' BOV- -. VOUVE BEEN A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE LONG ENOUGH/ IT'S TIME FOR VOC' T 1 START EARNING VOQR KEEP' f JUST LOOKiT OL DINMV." THERE'S 1 ^ AN EXAMPLE FOR VOU T'GROW UP AND BE LIKE/ WASH TUBES BREATHLESS, WASH ARR \\JES- AT THE CHURCH 1 HOUR L^AND \5 N\\WUTES LATE JT.^- . '. . -. .,. . - So Kakky Goes to School "/MOW LBSSEE-FIR5T VA OUGHTA LEARN HOW T'GO GIT THINGS AND BRING 'EM --BkCK TO ME/ By V. T. HAML1N FOR . un . -. .,. . TO HOLD EVA, Vi BUT THEY WOULDN'T FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS .. j It's Certainly No Secret -\ iSy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll THAT'S Sue Co-Operates! BOY.THIS'LL WAKE FPOUT PAGE FROkA W\TW A / COAST To IT,S INTERMISSION TIME WHERE FRECKLES' BAND IS ENTERTAINING.' I. WISH HE'D . TAKE HEI^ / WELL, HOMEj ITS /I'LL SEE SPOILING MY ) THAT WHOLE /SHE DOES EVENING/ /GO HOME/ LEAVE IT MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE WHEN You SINS YOUR. TOUCH NUMBERS, ACT LIKE YOU'RE SINSING THEM FfcECK— . PERSONAL / NOTHING TOUCH / J WOULD <3IVE ME MORE By ROY CRANE You're Right, Whitey WHV? \S HER VOICE TOO RK.U.S PArO^. ( 9^.» By MERRILL BLOSSER JACK., MEET CAPTAIN ...,.., HE DIP HIS LEVEL BEST TO LAND HIS SHIP AT TUCSON p I HOWPY. AS WE PLANNEP. MF?. LANE PAL " A GOVERNMENT AGENT, YVHITEV. ^R V ffi MYRA'S A SWELL KIP, MR.LANE...SHE'S GONMA MAKE A SREAT STEWARDESS.' WHY, SHE PRACTICALLY SAVED MY . LIFE.' ~ .. HMM! i MAN & SPARROW VENNER, S I 9EE-HE ANP JACK-HP WAS THE'SPIDER'S"TIP- BENSON HAD A OFF MAN. HIS OWN MOB KILLEP J TELEPHONE HIM IN THE HOLDUP.' < — J CODE,EH? BUT WE'LL FISURE THAT OUT LATER Rl&HT NOW, THE IMPORTANT THING 19 TO RESCUE STUFF- WAS JUST A GAG'

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