Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 29, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 29, 1938
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PAGE i3f Aft, "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" BATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times— 3>Ac word, min. SOc Six times—Ce 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 such as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or nanw, or complete telephone number, counts AS a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room mod»jn furnished apartment, with garagt. close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, SOc for one time; at 3Vjc 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 STORlis IN STAMPS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE . Thursday, September. 29> ,1038 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS Where Popes Once Lived in France ANCIENT city of storied battle ments and Roman conquest Avignon, France, lies on the east bank of the Rhone river, is a busy center today of flour milling, oil refining and leather making The town is likewise well known for its sarsanet and other rich fabrics but chiefly it is distinguished as Die one-time home of the papacy. The city became the seat of the papal court in 1309 when Clement V took up his residence there It remained the seat until 1376, when Gregory XI left it to make Homo mce more the papal metropolis "Her the so-called Babylonian 'Nile. In the period immediately flowing. Clement VII and Bene- nct XIII lived there. The city i-as the property of the papal see rom 1348 to 1791, when it was Special Shampoo and finger wave, dry oflc. Shampoo 20c, set 2l)c. Oil permanents $1.50 and up, guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop, phone i!9. _•' 27-3tc 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 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 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Newly decorated 2 room furnished apartment. Private entrance, convenient to bath. 314 South Shover. -.:" 27-3tc During their occupation the popes laid out and built a spectacular palace, combination of castle, convent and fortress Its construction took 30 years The" ramparts, rare examples of 14th century architecture, are <=ur- roimded by boulevards. John AX II began the fortress in 131G The city of Avignon owns it today. The palace of the popes is shown here on a current French (Copyright. 1D3S. NEA Service. Inc.; Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER FOR RENT—Nicely furnished bedroom. Private Home. Rent reasonable. Mrs. M. E. Edgington, 505 So. Walnut St. 29-3tp FOR RENT—3 room modern apartment including glassed in sleeping porch, south exposure, shades. Mrs. J.?H. Bennett, 110 N. Washington, Prjine 669-J. 28-3tc For Sale FQR SALE—Copies of Hu^pe Star's |1.700 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 »f you want it wailed. 3-tf-dh FDR SALE—By owner, 5 room house on 2 lots, 320 North Ferguson in Hope. H. P. Hadfiekl, Pyramid Blcig.. Little Rock. 29-Gtp FOR SALE—Almost new baby play pen. Three by three with floor. Ideal for inside or outside. K. J. Caplinger Jr. Call 315. Mrs. 29-3tc Question on Page One The man lived in Caracas. He enlarged his carriage. His friends believed his fatness was responsible for the decision. On Saturday, Oct. 15, the school board will sell at public auction at the High School building one galvanized water tank capacity 1100 gallons, one IVi horsepower John Deere Gasoline Motor, one force pump, and derrick and pipe fittings. We reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Spring Hill School Board, E. A. Johnson, Secretary. 29-ltc FOR SALE: Full blood Setter puppies, 8 weeks old. Call 668. Eugen* ^yh'te,.Jr.-. • 28. fop.," .; FOR SALE -^ DUXBACK Hunting Clothing at Reduced Prices. Duffie Hardware Co. 25r5tc Wanted WANTED—Young lady—20 tp 25 years of age. Neat appearance, able to meet the public, sales experience in Women's Wearing apparel, honest and willing to work. Apply: Arkansas State Employment Service, 104Vi Main St., Hope, Ark. 29-3tdh 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 m-t- NOTED SUFFRAGETTE HORIZONTAL 1, 5 Pictured t woman's- suffrage advocate. 11 Violent wind. 12 To accede. 14 Unable to hear. 16 Enthusiasm. 17 Mongolian military group. J8 Pertaining to air. 19 Stories. 23 To cut of!. 22 Senior. 23 To become hoarse. ^25 Elated. 29 More commonplace. 33 goyal. 34 To grow. 35,JJad reasoned. i 31 Obliterates. 37'Sun god. ;30.At no time. Answer (o Previous Puzzle 1 1 She worked for - of women's conditions. 13 Cyma. 15 Fortified places. 20 Shields. 22 Subjugates. 24 Compound ether. 26 Sheltered place. 27 Turkish officei 42 Cuplike spoon. 46 Sedition. 49 Paralyzes. 51 Sister. 52 Artist's frame. 53 Sea eagle. 54 She was a modern of the last . 55 She was a for women's rights. VERTICAL . 1 Plant used for 3 1 Circular wall weaving 2 Russian mountains. 3 Mentally sound. 4 Spri»e. 5 Coat of mail. 6 Low tides. 8 Land right. 9 To want. 10 Dexterous. 32 First woman. 39 Gaelic. 40 Blood vessel. 41 Oriejit. 43 Toward sea. 44 Ponia'rd. 45 Smooth. 47 Over. 48 Negative. 49 Footlike part 50 High mountain. I IV. ASHAMED OF YOU/ WMY TOM'T VOU .STAMD AW FIGHT? UP YS3UR PATTY, MAKE UP YOU'VE BEEM PIVE MlWUTES LAYIM<3A PIKER OM AMD LET THE IM- / I'M COMKJA-- / BUT I'M \t TIRIM' HISA 10 1 OUT A LITTLE \ wy™-^ TAW WHAT OP THAT THE SIXTH C3RASSROOTE 'APPLAUSE UP TO THAT WINDOW/ TICKETS APPLAUSE HORSE .OASOW GAVE THE MAC/OR A, TIP ON WAS VV £LAP MANES' ANC' HE'S IW THE FIFTH BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN ST\U.l WE 60TTA GST XOU'UE. r\t\.P Mt OOT '. SOVAt GOTTA _ ALLEY OOP Not So Bright By V. T. HAMLIN WHV, MV STARS* 5 1 DO BELIEVE * THAT'S FOOZV'S VOICE / WASH TUBES , 1938 BY NEA SERVICC. INC. T.M, REG. U.S. P«T A Deaf Ear to Wash Ray Thompson and Charles Coll NO EXPLANATIONS ARE NECE«SARj " T CUT I DEMAND TWE R\SWT TO SEE CAROL! YOU 60TTA LtSTEW, MR. McKEE. VOU SUAPLY GOTTA THEBE, THERE/HONEY. THERE'S eULV.fR06 IWTHE OWES CLOSE THE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Worry, Worry, Worry! By ROY CRANE J TOLD -iQU x'p FIX IT/ YOU DIDN'T LIKE TO DANCING WfTH PUP i AND DIDN'T UKE 16 SEE SUE SIN<51N<9 So SHE ASKED HIM Tp TAKE- HOME, AND EVERYONE'. IS HAPPY/' I LEAD AM? ORCHESTRA Tb GET N\ONEY TO TAKE" JUME OUT, AMD I CAN'T TAKE Hen. ai/Tv. IF J DON'T WORK, HAVIF MONEY I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE By MERRILL BLOSSER syr, WHiTg^ CjgiTE CAPABLE OF ,.. AMD $ESID£S, VOUR HEAD MEEO.S ATTEUTIOW' ra ' HOP IKJ, MVRA- WE'VE GOT TOtXJCK BACK TO HEADQUARTERS AMD TJOPE- (XT' OUR KJEXT MOVE. I'Vg FOR A RELIEF PJ^WE TO PICK UP OF THESE PASSEWGERS A MIKJUTE, TWP/ LET HIV\ COME, JACK - WE A PILOT OF WHITEY'a ABILITY BEFORE WE'RE THROUGH/ 7HAT.S RIGHT, PAL -AMD SO FAR A SWELL JOB ALOWG THOSE LIMES/

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