Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOtn? HOPE STAfc, HOPE, ARKANSAS "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3 Vic word, min. 50c Six times—Gc word, minimum 90c One mouth (26 times)—18c word, minimum . '$3.78 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 name, or complete telephone number, counts aa a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room mod«rn furnished apartment, with galagt, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at SVic 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, 65S-J. l-26tc > —You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp • STORIES INSTAMPS Sickness Netted Him Health and Wealth tG, Cecil John Rhodes was invalicl - Before he was 19 hcalth n * oin and to last him a lifs- OUR BOARDING HOUSE Tuesday, Octob with , . . , MAJOR HOOPLE We upholster furniture and refinisl old furniture. Used Furniture Co East 3rd St.' 4-7tp Notice NOTICE—See Frisby, Ideal Furniture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Furniture, Homes or Farms. Some bar• gains, act quick. 20-2fitp. 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—Apartments, furnished and unfurnished. In Dr. Weaver home by high school building. l-3tp FOR RENT—Front bedroom adjoining private bath. Call 808W. 3-3tc FOR RENT—Nicely furnished bedroom. Private Home. Rent reasonable. Mrs. M. E. Edgington, 505 So. Walnut St. 29-3tp FOR RENT—Available now, 4 roam furnished apartment with Electric refrigerator. Private bath and garage. Phone 132. 4-3tc . FOR RENT—Furnished home, apply Middlebrooks Grocery. 4-3tc For Sale , is bound UD :scovei-y of diamonds in L"i. At 16 young Rhodes ,, „, "Slnnd because of his poor Jfiilth, joining his brother nt ISh- «al. In thiit yeor. 1870, diamonds jvcrc discovered «t Kimberly, o d Rhodes and his brother were isted among the successful die;<-TS. Meantime the dry air of the •ountry had restored Rhodes' icalth So «t 19 he was well and millionaire. Thus was launched one of the reat careers of Africa, a career vhich was eventually to clinch -••cat _ Britain's vise-like grip in i, /' Ch South Africn - to net hodes untold millions, leadership nd power in his chosen land, and n-llly, to leave posterity a sys- em of scholarships which today stands, as Rhodes' chief nionu- nent. tse scholarships, worth about l^-uu annually, were founded by ihhodes to be held by student's trom every important British col- >? y .. andjte y ci -.v stnlc nnfl territory of the United States. They rank today as among the most cherished goals of (he college student. Rhodes bequeathed the™ in the interests of world peace and enlightenment. A coat of arms of Rhodesia, British South Africa, which Rhodes helped so vastly to build, is shown here on an 1896 stump of the immensely Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER FOR SALE—Copies of Hope Star's 11.700 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 tt you want it mailed. 3-tf-dh FOR SALE—Lumber and shingles. See Claude Waddle. Phone 289-W. 3-3tp FOR SALE—Sap and heart cypress • shingles. Will cut shingles on halves or by the square. W. A. Austin, Hope Route Two. 3_3t p FOR SALE—By owner, 5 room house on'2 lots, 320 North Ferguson in Hope. H. P. Hadfield, Pyramid Bldg., Little Rock. 29-6tp Question en Page One The gentleman's first name was Stephen. 'President Cleveland's lull name was Stephen Grover Cleveland.) He huled from Hels- ingt'crs. Ho had confused the word "veldrome"' with "palindrome." The former is a building used for cycle races, the latter a work or group of words reading backwards the same as forwards. PIANO FOR SALE: New and used Studio Uprights, Console & Grande & other used pianos from §47.50 up. Fully Guaranteed. Terms ?5.00 clown &51.00 weekly & up. Will trade for live stock and farm produce. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE Camden, Ark. 3-3tp 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 FOR SALE—Every item practically new. I G. E. Hotpoint Electric Refrigerator. I Estate Cook Range. I Bathroom Stove. I Living Room Stove Mrs, C. D. Latiterback. Phone 417 or 463 - 3-3tp 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-6tc. ORGAN OF SIGHT HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured organ of vision. 4 Its pigmented part. 8 Its cover. 13 Achievement. 15 Clock signal. 17 Flower holder. 18 Foot. 19 Skating pond 21 Trick. 23 Mamma. 24 Gun. 25 Small hotel. 27 Moldings. ?0 Portion of duration. 32 To exhibit 34 Quaking. 35 Conjunction. 30 Affirmative vote. 37 Street. 38 Mister. Answer to Previous Puzzle 51 To polish. 52 Parsimonious. 54 Hogs. 55 A striving. 57 Goddess of discord. 58 Fresh-water fish. 39 Common verb. 59 Pertaining 40 Seventh - to Hamites. musical note. 61 Hops kiln. 42 When.. 62 Opposite of 44 Defect in the awake. lens of the eye 63 Coat of the 49Iris rootstock. eyeball. VERTICAL 1 Worn out. 2 Still. 3 Each. 5 Hurried. 6 Kind. 7 South America. 8 Native peach. 9 Occurrences. 10 Musical note. 11 Distinctive theory. 12 To deprive of life. 14 Retinue. 16 Railroad. 20 Pronoun. 22 Tone "B." 24 Decision. 26 Frost bites. 28 Above. 29 Lock opener. 31 Boundary. 33 Throws. 34 Grotesque- trick. 38 Nearsightedness. 39 Cow-headed goddess. 41 Small island. 43 Midday sleep. 44 African plant. 45 Stern. 46 Melodious sounds. 47 To border on. 48 Feebleminded person 50 Disencumbers. 53 Highest num-.. ber on a die. 55 To doze. 56 Thus. 59 Masculine pronoun. CO Company. THERE'S TEW TOR ME ^^^ I.A*V*t?V, MlSTAH "^ AMD TEN FOR YOU AMD ^M MAJAH/LADY LUCK TEN FOR ME AND-~~M> " WORD, 3ASOM/ WE MLJST HAVE BEEN ADDLE-HEADED NOT TO HAVE BET TEN TIMES THE AMOUMT OKI &•> SUCH A SURE TIP-~~BGAl OUT OUR WAY , TEN TIMES TWO HUNDRED *— LJM-yTWO THOUSAND / COWJURE THAT, JASON// TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS/ FAW;' WHEN OPPORTUNITY KNOCKED WE SLAMMED IF HE fS'SLL? A MILE OUT PUN r HA B VOU Ji OP A PLANE PATED UP WHEW \( ONTO A STRAW MISS OPPORTUNITY ]> STACK HE'D WAS KNOCKINJ; / SOUAWK BE- AMD WHEM YOU \i CAUSE IT REACHED IN PE /I? WASN'T STUFF- GRAB BAG AMD M EP W ITH I\A|ER PULLED OUT A *-\_ SPRINGS r, TICKE.T ON ll APPLAUSE" SME SHO STEERED !fj .'IfcW .3 VO HAND RIQMT ^4 V KC M ' TO W , i LJHEY' WIM ' IOO APl,ECE=- BOOTS7,ND~HER BUDDIES Not Interested ALLEY OOP By J, R. Wi THIS IS WHV WE WAMTED VOU TO GO TO JUST OKIE FIRE WITH US .... YOU, AS MAYOR, SHOUL.T? KMOW TH COWDITIOWS -- THIS MAM POWER FIREPEPATTTMElOT OBSOLETE-'WE ME.ED HORSES/ By EDGAR MA V\OU_\WOOO 6t »'«\CV\t ^e .^v^^ ,yoOR.S "FOR 1938 BYNEA SERVICE. INC. T. M NOW, },M TH' FIRST PLACE, WPU STMAT CRITTER AIN'T r ENOUGH T'BE MUCH Oh, Yeah? WASH TUBES UM-HUH, BUT IT'S TH'SIZE OF HIS BRAIN THAT I'M THINKIN' ABOUT EVEN SO, WHAT GOOD , IS AN EDUCATED LIZARD, IP HE CAN'T FIGHT FOR VOU LIKE i OL' OINNV DOES By V. T. HAMLiN SEE HEfcE, ROWDEW, ViAVE VOU EVJER CONSTOEfcED THE FUTURE ? LECTURE WUSABER TBftEE ^ r \T OCCURRED TO WE, COWPV, AS BEING STUPID KNERELV TO GAIN CONTROL , ir , tals ,^ OF THE JAcKEE \MOUSTR\E5, | GIAI'WQP VHHY K'-1T GRAB THE A EMTISE McKEE FORTUWE ? Nice Work If You Can Get It WELL, WE CAM INCLUDE COURSE OF PUGNACITV IN HIS TRAINING " HE'S GOT A LOT nr OF ,,MD BUMPS GUMS/ .-. COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE. INC -. \10 • '/ T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFf. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OKAY-- GET IN THERE/ Guess You've LEARMED YOUR. LESSO A Difficult Feat! BUT , OLD McKEE HAS A VERY SAD HEART, H\s HOW? 1 S WUY PAU& HTER HAS JUST GWEW THAT HUW. | TUB8S Boy THE A ^ t ^ you CAW CATCH HER OM THE REBOUND, SOW, «y Ray Thompson and Charles ,Coll SAY, THAT'S AW IDEA! >AAWRY? A GAL WTH MILLIONS AND RE AT THE R\p£ OUP AGE OF 23, IT'S A 6< r- MERE'S THE ALL- AMERICAN , FELLAS .' WATCH MIS SMOKE! He's THE GUY WHO PLAYS HOTCHA MUSIC ALL NlSMT AND THEN PLAYS FOOTBALL NEXT DAY IN v —v_ HIS SLEEP/ MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE ,£!}£• Bf. ^°0 D GETTING K^r yyATC H OUT } INTO THc. AIR. AGAIK^MYCA, = ; FOB. STALL EVEkl IF IT is AM OLD r—i-~ I CAPTAIM ' reAINIkJO CEATE-- P- 7 VJ^ rl ^ IN Jy CO/VMC7V i _._. By ROY CRANE ASLEEP, is HE? TAKE A LOOK AT HOW HE'S CHAN6ED THAT SCOREBOARD / WOW REMEMBEE. WHITE/-WO FLYING •STUMTS - THIS IS A SCOUT/UC, TRlf? AND WE'VE GOT TO HURRY BACK/ WHOOPS/ WE'RE. OFF.' The Wily Spider , WHEN YOU GET HOME.RE-, NAME OF THE (SUY WHO BEAT "(OU MONKEYS WITH HIS EYES CLOSED / f I \W JACK'S OPFIC&- CHIEF/ HERE'S A WIRE -JUST CAME FROM BOKJ ILL A-IT'S FROAA THE . , , w - y By MERRILL BLOSSElC HE 5AVS - " VOU WILL WOT (M- V TEUFERE WITH TRAUSFEfS O- '' CASH KJECESSAKV FOR L LA.VERE'5 RELEASE. SA MUST BE MADE AT MV VII ACEOSS BOR.DEB. if f I

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