Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 1, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUK Mow You T*U fa Quicker to* Stli H RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three tiines-Stec word, min. 50c %ix times—€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum ________ |2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such as "For Kent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as • 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 2e word, 30c for one time; at 3%c word, 53c for three times, etc. NpTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 Service* Of fered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc Special Shampoo and finger wave, dry 50c. Shampoo 20c, set 20c. Oil permanents 51.50 and up, guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop, phone 119. 27-3tc • —— •— \ Winter will soon be here, re-roof now. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc FOOTBALL SCORES' You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp ftjotice NOTICE—See Frisby, Ideal Furni- txire Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bargains, act quick. 20-26tp. _ NOTICE—Local money to loan~on improved x farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. 1 IM-Oct 20c FOR RENT FOR RENT—Apartments, furnished and unfurnished. In Dr. Weaver home by high school building. l-3tp FOR RENT—Newly decorated 2 room furnished apartment. Private entrance, convenient to bath. 314 South Shover. ' 27-3tc 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, , Phone 669-J. 28-3tc For Sale FOR. SALE-Coples of Htjp« Star's H.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 •( you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—By owner, 5 room house on 2 lots, 320 North Ferguson in Hope. H. P. Hadfield, Pyramid Bldg., Little Rock. 29-6tp Blytheville 6, North Little Rock 6 (tie). At Shreveport, La.: Little Rock 38, (Byrd High 0. Searcy 19, Carlisle 0. Atkins 12, Harrison 6. Bentonville 31, Huntsville 0 Magnolia 0, Sarapte, La. 0. Dermott 13 Monticello 6. Benton 13, Fordyco 12. El Dorado 26, Nashville 20. Forrest City 19, Russelllville 6. Paragould 36, Newport 0. Warren 26, Conway 0. Jonesboro 13, Hot Springs 0. Arkansas School for the Deaf 20, England 7. Cotton Plant 12, Marvcll 0. Beebe 84, Heber Springs 0. Sheridan 24, Cabot 0. Hope 19, Smackover 0. Clarksville 12, Paris 12 (tie). Charleston 12, St. Ann's Academy 6, Piggott 20, Coming 0. Siloam Springs 13, Fayettevillc 0, Lewisville 13, Stamps 6. Sheridan 24, Cabot 0. Bauxite 31, Risen 0. Prescott 12, Dierks 6. Jonesboro 13, Hot Springs 0. Pine Bluff 13, Fort Smith 0. Mansfield 13 Fort Smith "B" 0 Ozark 18, Alma 0. Booneville 27, Greenwood 0. Berryville 12, Springdale 0. Bentonville 31, Huntsville 0. Rogers 32, Gentry 8. Eudora 6, DeWitt 0. College Hendrix 6, Henderson 0. At Las Cruces, N. M., Arkansas State Teachers College 12. New Mexico State College Aggies 6. Today's Answ*r to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The architect referred to the Effel Tower. He thought it represented the lowest point in architectural achievement. The Champ de Mars, where the tower stands, is a park is Paris. The tower was opened in 1889 - Lost LOST—English setter, 14 months old, black ears, few light ticks, black spot high up on right rump. Answers name of Pat. Reward. Robert A. Campbell. l-3tc. FOR SALE: Full blood Setter puppies, 8 weeks old. Call 668. Eugen» White, Jr. 28, 3tp, FOR SALE — DUXBACK Hunting Clothing at Reduced Prices. Duffie Hardware Co. 25-5tc Wanted WANTED—Young lady—20 to 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, 104% Main St., Hope, Ark. 29-3tdh WANTED—Contractor bids on recovering Church. Sec W. A. Austin, Centerville, by Monday, October 3. 30-3tp. 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, Term. Sept, 21-22-23-27-28-29 FOR SALE—Almost new baby play pen. Three by three with floor. Ideal for inside or outside. Call 315. Mrs. K. J. Caplinger Jr. 29-3tc HUGE MONUMENT HORIZONTAL I- Huge .monument in. New York Harbor. 13 Sooner than. H Genus of slugs ISNeither. 16 Bosom. 13 Animal that Answer to Previous Puzzle 20 Ascended. 21 Publicity. 22 Monkey. 23 To vex. 24 Sick. ,^25 Light brown. *f "26 Beverage. ~ 27 Opposed 'to busy. 28 Conclusion. 29 Hour. 30 To liberate. 31 Musical note. 32 Surface measurement. 35 Lacelike. 37 Powder ingredients. 41 Persian priests 43 Pattern block. 44 Consisting of titles. 46 Golf teacher. 47 Exists. 48 Human being. 49 Not (prefix). 50 Prevaricator. 53 Fabric. 54 Portion of medicine. 57 It is located on Island 58 It was given the U. S. A. by the French VERTICAL 2 Dog. 3 Small area. 4 To harass. 5 To dine. 6 Either. 7 Violin. 8 Behold. 9 Wayside hotel. 10 Being. 11 To twirl. 12 Performs a skull' operation. , 16 was the sculptor who designed it. 17 Compass point 19 Version. 21 Genus of auks. ,.24 Conceived 27 Wrath. 30 To cook in fat. 32 War flyer. 33Featherx 34 To fish. 36 Theater lane, 38 Seaweed. 39 To snip. 40 Held a session. 42 Porridge. 44 Rootstock. 45 Proverb, 51 Ident. 52 Dye. 55 Hawaiian bird 56 Spain (abbr.). ttOPB STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, October OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . > , . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY WMV vou SKJEAKED BE- HIWD TH' TREE — MooMFIXEfc. IS, PASSIM'.... TH' STUFF HE HOCKED TO YOU WAS STOLE, -AW WOVJ TH 1 BOLD, CDUFIDENrTBUSlMESS BECOMES PUKTIVJE^-SWEAKY. R/CT-LIKE/ YOU'D BETTER, GET THIS THIMG SETTLED, BECAUSE IT'S GOT VOU OM TH' ROAD TO BEIW A SHVSTEP2.' DIM OR IS THAT AW ESTEEMED BROTHER AMOS CASHING IKJ A WINNING TICKET? PINCH ME/ OWE EYE:, THIS is TOO GOOD TO BE ALL WOOL/ WE'RE OOIWG <3UMN!W(3 f= T-OR. THAT -fZOOf ROTHER SMELLS "THE £2.00 = . REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. THE "DAMC3ER. LIME BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES For Better—but Worse By EDGAR MART ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLINJI UEY.' WMAT ) WHV . TH' ONLV THING j ,/&&L "ARE YOU (V'CAN oo WITH TH' jJitai*! 1 FIGGERIN' I CRITTER/ MAKE / -.:3K* The Expert Speaks HI/ 1 SEE V'POUND VOUR TM HECK VOL) k WELL, AF r ER ALL TH' CAN'T/ WELL, BV ) EXPERIENCE VOU'UE GUM, I KNOW /HAD WITH OINNV--- PLENTV T'OO / GO AHEAD, 5EE WfW WITH 'IM/ /V. YOU CAN DO/ KAKKV/ TSK,T5K--AND AFTER ALL THAT FUSS Y'KICKED UP *"AU56 1 TURNED ''IM LOOSED •J V\ VOU? WHAT'S ^\ WRONG NOW? ANVTHINQ WITH HIM/ 5TEAKS OUTN • .. -•. r,A. > 7 < j2<rW^MB*3Vi^a.aK«^M* . 1938 BY KcA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF ASH TUBES Very Bad News Ray Thompson and Charles Coll BUTtVE RUM6 \TRV ASA\W, SOMY. YOU JES GOT ^ "* r "' M " r ™" n - ^ UOWGER. I'»A CAROL'S AUMT, STAV\W6 ONLV LOWS ENOUGH TO WEDD\W6 PRESEUTS AND VOUR tWGA6EtAENT RIW6. TWEN VOU'D BETTER PUT UP A TEWT. 5HE AMD HER FATHER HAVE LEFT OM A TRIP, VOUW6 NAAN, AVJD \W1LL BE GONE FOR SEVERAL MONTH'S, CAROL'S DOOE- BELL. I'VE WRED HER AMD PHONED VOHV VOU TO THE WEDT)\M' TltAE, I DEM/SWD TO SEE FIANCEE! Rubbing It In! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS r IS PLAYINS HIS LEFf i HALFBACK POSITION THE i BENCH- /O-l He HASNT /EVEN LOOKED AT ME ONCE .' I SUESS HE JUST ISN'T C30NMA PUT ME' IN THE SAME I m 'K^r A FINE START- A FINE START / BELMONT'S 6OT A 13-POINT LEAD / JUST C50T WORD UP IN THE PRESS BOX THAT KINGSTON IS WHITE-WASHING ELMWOOD,' 26 TO <Z> IN THE FIRST HALF / THAT MAKES EVERYTHING JUST DANDT/ KINGSTON W/LL, SWAMP us I MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE DUD WANGLE RAN | THE OPENING KCKOFF ' 0.05" YARDS TO SCORE THE FIRST TOUCHDOWN) AND THEN RAN SEVENTY YARDS FOR ANOTHER, ONE A FEW MINUTES LATER, I Whitey's Restless HEAR THAT, Ms-eoosBY ? THAT'UU • BOOST HIM up AROUND sv FEVER, HEAT" OM THAT THERMOMETER » AND, WHILE HE'S UP * THERE , YOU'RE STILJL, LOW ENOUGH T?D LAY ' OUT THE FLOOR PLANS FOR, AN IGLOO' THIS NOTE FeOfcA <3\-AKAOUR. STUDIOS, TELLINJG US THAT LOVIE HAS ASKED FOe A- HUGE SUM OF CASH TO BUV HEC FREEDOM, OIWES US AM AKJGLE TO WOR.K OM. EXCUSE f '.- JIM, \WIR6 fiLAK/OUR. STUDIOS TO TX> AS MISS LAVERE ASK5...BUT TELL THENA TO PEMAMD THAT SETTLE- MEMT && //ADE THIS SIDE OF THE BOEDER.. GOT IT? SHUCKS, MVRA-THIS "DETECT- I I WO VOU DOSJT, IKJ& BUSINESS IS TAMER. r _-'J WHITEV/COME THAU I FIGURED. I'VE A r-J ( \WITH ME AND MOTION TO STEIKE- OUT I \ I'LL FIX VOUR. By MERRILL BLOSSER; NOW WHFQE. TH' PICKEMS HAVE THC*£ TW/0 OOME?.' I'VE <3OT A HEALTHY HUWCH WHlTEV'5 DUE TO CAUSE ME MORE HEAD" ACHES THAKJ A

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