Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 5, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE f OUt? Sf AR,, HOPE, ARKANSAS "Shi! More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES OH* time—2c word, minimum 30c Tli*e« Utaes—3%c word, min. 50c Bix time»-€c word, minimum 90c Oi* month (26 times)—18c word, minimum — ..--......-i $2,78 Sates are for continuous inset- tioas only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucft 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. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3Vic 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, C5S-J. 1-ZGtc > - . i You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-2Ctp Homecoming Sunday for the Church at Melrose There will be n homecoming service at the Melrose church Sunday, October 9. when all former members nre urged to attend. The revival being held at Melrose by the Rev. C. T. Bowden is progressing nightly. -«^»««. Strip Tense to Win BLOOMINGTON. Ind.—Every time Bo McMillin passes old' Jordan Field on the Indiana campus, someone reminds the coach of one of his more startling triumphs. McMillin was playing with Centre College when it happened, with Indiana as the opposition. The field wes n quagmire. The tennis were scorless (it the half, and Bo, who hated mud, came out for the second period wearing n clean pair of shoes and a pair of track pants—no pads, jersey, or anything. Thus garbed 10 ran for two touchdowns to beat Indiana. 12-0. OUR BOARDING HOUSE Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The actress was Pauline Frederick. Topaz is ordinarily yellow or orange, but there nre also topazes which are white, greenish, bluish, and other colors. Miss Frederick entered the films in 1915. We upholster furniture and refinish 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 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—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 room furnished apartment with Electric refrigerator. Private bath and garage. Phone 132. 4-3tc PIANO STORAGE SALE—We have stored at the Used Furniture Store at East Third street several beautiful pianos. One a 1938 Console model, this entire stock must be sold at SOME PRICE, Terms arranged to suit purchaser. Go in and look at this stock, then write us your proposition. A. B. Davis. Credit Mgr., Collins Piano Company. Greenville, Texas. 5-3tp FOR SALE—By owner, 5 room house on 2 lots, 320 North Ferguson in Hope. H. P. Hadfiekl, Pyramid Bldg., Little Rock. 29-6tp FOR SALE—Sap and heart cypress shingles. Will cut shingles on halves or by the square. W. A. Austin, Hope Route Two. 3-3tp FOR SALE—Lumber and shingles. See Claude Waddle. Phone 289-W. 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. 1-fitc. Wanted FOR RENT—Furnished home, apply Middlebrooks Grocery. 4-3tc For Saf.e 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. Lauterback. Phone 417 or 463. 3-3tp PIANO FOR SALE: New and used Studio Uprights, Console & Grande & other used pianos from S47.50 up. Fully Guaranteed. Terms §5.00 down &S1.00 weekly & up. Will trade for live stock and farm produce. BENSBERG'S MUSIC STORE Camden, Ark. 3-3tp WANTED—The Arkansas State Employment Service has a job for a Head Restaurant Cook—Male—Colored. Must be A-l cook, ability to help plan and prepare meals and orders, have supervision of kitchen. Good hours and good pay. Must have health certificate. 5-3t-dh. WANTED—Three boys to deliver circulars oil day Friday. Apply Hope Star 5 p. m. Thursday afternoon. It-dh On Saturday. Oct. 15, 2:30 p. m. the school board will sell at public auction at the High School building one galvanized water tank capacity 1100 gallons, one I 1 ,* 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, R. A. Johnson, Secretary. 5-4tc 5% FHA Loans, City Property, Hope and vicinity. New Construction. To Buy Home and refinance house. Real Estate Mortgage & Loan Service, Wayne H. England's office. 5-6tc GOD OF WATERS . HORIZONTAL 1 Roman god of waters. 7 He bears a trident for a 13 Aroma. 14 Rounded molding. 16 To declaim. 17 Air. 18 Devil. 19 Amidst. 20 Woman's girdle. 22 Fiber knots. 23 Copious. 24 Southeast. 25 Having no hat. 28 Worshiped. 31 Like. 32 To court. 33 Indian. 35 To enervate. 38 Noise: 40 Thing. 4.1 Solemn. 43 Northeast. 44 Measures of ! type. Answer to Previous Puzzle 45 Kiln. 47 Soul. 49 Drain pipe die. 51 Bush. 54 Actual. 56 Dross. 57 Amphitheater center. 58 Money changing. 59 Made ot grain. 60 The most known planet bears his name. VERTICAL 1 Negative. 2 Evolved. 3 Johnnycake. 4 Three. 5 To bow. 6 Any incident. 7 Hill side. 8 To peruse. 9 Baby carriage. 10 To drive in. 11 Bad. 12 A wise saw. 15 Egg dish. 21 Established principle. 23 Acquiesces. 24 He is the son of and ODS. 26 Paid publicity. 27 South Africa. 29 Possesses. 30 Eggs of fishes. 33 Over. 34 Poem. 36 Tailors' tool, 37 Slave. 39 Barometer line. 42 Nostrils. 44 Brink. 46 Street car. 47 Temptation. 48 Bitter herb. 50 Rowing tool. 52 Hour. 53 Not (prefix). 55 Self. 56 South Carolina. THIS, is TH' SET-UP, owe Eve~-we KWOW MV BROTHER AMOS ^ ^•2.00, AWPT KNOW TH' OF TH' FISH IM THAT AQUARIUMj THOSE SUCKERS ARE So HUNGRY FOR DOUGH THAT H 2 WE DANi A COUPLE OF BILLS ON OUR HOOK FOR BAIT THEY'LL BlTE LIKE AM AIREPALE AT A BONE / with .... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY Wecj ncsdfty, ^ 0 ctob'ci' 5 By J. R AMD YOU'RE <30lM' IN FIRST AM' R6MEW OLD AN' (3REASE TH' SKIPS ^-*-THEN aive ME TH' (3REEW LldHT WHEW Th" ROAD 15 CLEAR/ EH? HAS -. 70, sufes FOCI W,;.,l SHE'S STILL PAYIM 1 WASHING 50 YEAS TO MEET THfe INSTALLMENTS/ ALL "THEf EARMARKS 7=RAME-UP=: LET ME SEE THAT T}\PER>- THERE'S NO SUCH THING IN IT/ HE'S JUST -DOING) THAT BECAUSE 1 -JUST <30T MIME.-LE-T ME. SE6. THAT PAPER./ LBT ME .SEE THIS •RlWCb... QH, »T'S BEAUTIFUL.' MV, THAT MU6T HAVe/ A COST A LOT / ' A ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES T,M. ntc. u. s! PUT. orr. COPR.IHaBYN^StRUCE IXe^ v --SN^ WHY MOTHERS GET ALLEY OOP Plumb Disguested 1 . TtV By EDGAR MARTIN ,. COACVVS U«E A VOOL I I ItVV vX ^1 ^\xct§? ^VMYTHIMG 1^^2 -Sttl 0 ^Ll. WX>T«S,, ' TO OO SO*-\t- iK' 60Y >v-*\ ^» ^uji m: HE BIT ME!.' CAN'T I'LL KILL'IM! WASH TUBES GUM I'LL SHOW ^^vji • 1^ i UL. ^nv^vt .' WHERE'S A Tisket, a Tasket C6 P 4 1J»3J-BtFEAS^Kr ,NC I. 1938 BY N He'll Find Her or Else By V. T. HAMLIN <, •v NOW, WHftT D'VA KNOW ABOUT / THAT? JUST WHEN I WAS X ABOUT TO LAMBASTE'IM HE UP AND DROWNS MV AXE" MONEY TALK'S, GuvVioe. vou BETCHA L1PE I'LL MARRY THE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS TWREE THINGS ARE IM YOUR. FAVOR; OLD Atc«EE COWSIOER5 YOU THE MOST ELIGIBLE 3ACHELOR IM TOWW, CACOL'S AtVWAVS BEEkl VOKID OF YOU, AMD I'M THE OMLX PERSOW WHO i<WOWS /OH, W ONLY I COULD / FIND CACOL AM' EXPLA1W \WHV I WA6 LATE FOP. I TH 1 WEPDW, I'M SUEE \ 5HE'D UWMERSTAMO. ADDRESS, BO WO! THEN VT'S A BEEEZE, POP- JUST A BREEZE. ~ — i — _ •• gy Ray Thompson and Charles Coll' Looks Like Dirty Work 6AR6ANTUA MEWS-a/PP/W6 SEE yoUK NAW\E IN PRIMTi WE READ EMERY MEW5PAVCR. IKS THE U.S. A. CUP EACH TO VOUR TRY us. OBOVJ I WANT EM'RVTHIklfi YOU CAW ABOUT CAROL HOW'S FOR, POURIN6 A LITTLE X-Z3 INTO 'EM—THEY CANT TAKE THAT ONE ' I'LL LET YOU IN ON A LITTLE SECRET, GABBY— THIS NEXT PLAY IS COMING P.16HT OVER. YOU/ OH, YEAH? WELL, IF i. CAWT STOP IT, 1 CAN STOP YOU.' ITo THAT WAS GOOD -FOR 2.5- YARDS , FfcECK / THATS PRETTY GOOD , FOR A eur WHO'S SUPPOSED TO BE PLAYINO IN HIS SLEEP/ w i. U. sTTAf. OFFj By ROY CRANE 7 L DONT SEE HOW YOU CAN PLAY LIKE THAT WITH YOUR EYES ONLY HALF OPEN' ,Q >*~ _MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE WELL, CHIEF - IP LOVIE'S STUDIO HAS TO TUEM OVER. THAT CASH TO THE SPIDER. OKJ THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BOG-DER.. IT LOOKS LIKE: WE'RE LICKED/ r ^ — f.-\ .X I * r)W \ r , )f Li__LMt_ The Spider Strikes L^ BUT WE'LL HAVE TO CALL \kj THE MEIGH80(3/(sJC3 AUTHORITIES, AMD I WAS hOPlMG \WE COULD MEET THE THU& OM OUC. OWM TERMS. OH, NA/ELL - FiMD MISS MOR.TH AKJD _WHITEY AMD 3EMD 'EM IU [1 HERE *~— - \f- RUT AT THAT VEJ2V MOMEKJT THE OLD TRAI/OIMQ PLAKJE KJEACS THE BORDER By MERRILL BJLOSSElf THAT MUST BE , IT, AAVRA-KEEP sji_, VOJR eves PEELED.' rf i

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