Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1938
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PAG ft FOtlft "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One' time—2e word, minimum 30c Three times—3 ^c word, min. 50c Sbc times—Gc word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum J2.70 L Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or mini,?, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT-Thrc-e-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 S'/zc word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: Ail orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 JOPESTAR, HOJPE, ARKANSAS Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One Anthony Eden \\ns the Foreign Secretary preceding the present one. "Impeccability" means freedom from fault, Eden spoke in Stratford-on-Avon. the home of William Shakespeare. 5% FHA Loans, City Property, Hope and vicinity. New Construction. To Buy Home and refinance home. Rea Estate Mortgage Loan Service. Waynt H. England's office. 5-6tc OtTR BOARDING HOUSE !• ~" _." ' _J^^^^"P"" with . . , , MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY WANTED—The Arkansas State Employment Service has a job for a Head Restaurant Cook—Male—Colored. Must bo 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-clh. Services Offered See Hempsteail Mattress Shop, 712 Went .Fourth, for New ami Re-built Phone Paul Cobb, G58-J. i-26tc You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bklg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp WE ARE PKEPARED To Do All 1 Kinds of Cold Storage and Mbnf Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 tor Particulars We upholster furniture anil refinish old furniture. Used Furniture Co East 3rd St. 4_7 (p Notice NOTICE-Seo Frisby. Weal Furniture Store to buy, Sell or Trade Fur- niturej Homes or Farms. Some bargains; -act quick. 20-26tp. NOTICE—Local money to loarTon improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope Arkansas. lM-Oct.20c FOR RENT FOR RENT—Available now, 4 room furnished apartment with Electric refrigerator. Private bath and garage Phone 132. "4-'Jtc' ANEW SERVICE "ECONOMY BUNDLE" FOR RENT-Furnishecl home, apply Middlebrooks Grocery. 4-3tc For 5a/.e 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 Wgr., Collins Piano Com-' ^pany,'Greenville. Texas. 5-3tp FOR SALE—1 extra good Milch Cow second calf; One Mare and 2 year old colt. All three for S140.00. All in fine condition. Phone 939, 420 South Grady street, Hope. 6 . 6tdh Pound -^ Includes Everything SHIRTS—DRESSES— FLATWORK, Etc. Washed and Ironed Phone 148 COOK! White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Found FOUND—Brown suitcase, children's ofothes, on Rosston road. See Vernon Pate, City Bakery, Hope. 6-3tp Wanted 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 gal- Ions, one li|. horsepower John Deere Gasoline Motor, one force pump, and derrick anrl pipe fittings. We reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Spring Hill School Board, R. A.. Johnson, Secretary. 5-4tc Every House Needs Westinghouse Radios Refrigerators Washers Cabinet Ironers Hand Irons Percolators Sandwich Toasters Waffle Irons Hope Hardware COMPANY PRESIDENTIAL WIDOW, : HORIZONTAL 1 A former U. S. President's widow. 12 Persia. 13 Pincerlike organ. 14 Ventilates. 1C Packs in n graduated series. 18 Anger. 19 Minute groove. 20 Regular. 22 Preconceived 24 Hail! 25 Modern. 26 To feast. 31 Saucily. 32 Rubber pencil end. 33 Either. 34 Undermines. 35 Bangs. 38 Speedier. 40 Species of lyric poem. 44 Genus of rats. Answer (o Previous Puzzle 12 She is still 45 Sofa. 46 To sup. 47 She is known for her and charm. 48 Pig pen. 49 To actuate. 54 Dimmest. 55 She deaf children before her marriage. VERTICAL 1 Gray. 2 File. 3 Person opposed 1 . 4 For example. 5 Red pepper. 6 Over. 7 Liquid part of 42 Egg-shaped, fat. 43 Cyprinoid fish 8 Musical note. 50 Greek letter 9 Ana. 51 Portugal 10 Encircled. 52 Exclamation. 11 Great lake. 53 Lieutenant in the education of the deaf mutes. 15 Sorrowfully 17 To climber up. 19 Tailor. 21 Reluctant. -23 To testify 27 Epoch. 28 Aperture. 29 Beast of burden. 30 She is a college .. 36 Cripples. 37 Hazy. 38 Leases. 39 Networks. 41 Century plan fiber. HELLO, MARTHA/ ULPj SAY —AM ^ MOW ABOUT DOCK SPACE FOR AW OL.D TRAMP STEAMEF^ \w VOLIR cozy MARBOP,? I'LL PAV TH ' TOLL IK) < ADVANCE AS USU^L,GF COURSE ? f i- LIKE A, BAD You ALWAYS BOIJWCE BACK, EH, UAKE 1 ? X HAVEN'T READ Of= " AMY HOLD-(J PS. OR <TOM- FIDEWCE RACKETS THAT SOLJMO LIKE YOLJR TECHNIQUE, BUT CASH CUSTOMERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 1 r—-' IC THE BILLS ' Thursday, —- '^L^--- -•- u '- 11 -'- -i™*f^ ^' j_ fi'ff^TTijMBH^^^' 4&Mbh&*~ By J. K. WILLIAMS % ^y HE'S )M = SAV, YOU WOBRV WAR- WHUT DO YOU MEAWi ' CONAIW BOTHERJkJ' ME IN SCHOOL JUST WHEW TH' TEACHER. IS dlVIW 1 A LECTUR,e OW HOW TO GET TH 1 MOST OUT OF LIFE 2 .ft WELL, SHE \ WON'T WEED TO TELL 'EM- SHE CAM SHOW 'EM / TH' BABY'S OiOT A APPLE IM HIS MOUTH i AM' 1 GXN'T / err IT OUT/ ^ a k ~\ <^&s< ,COACV\~HW 1 PRtSOMt OF NO-OOOo 1 GOT -^ 1A7 W GOOO . \ His Favorite Subject NOT ^ ~-- 7',-^ ..*.<«) ^'J ALLEY OOP SS"E*'W cboRSt! 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YOU'VE V-ATE TO S YOUP j^ ?lSKtD YOUR L\FE FOR ME A THOUSAND TIS 7 Finance AW GET TVMS STRW6HT, " M \STER. ff YOU THINK I'JA TH WMB TO 60 8ACVC OM A PAL y \M_WEM HE'S S\CK AND NEEOIM' CRAZY! / •w IV SEND THOSE TALISMAM . ^ / ^^\ ^OSES TO LOOK/ W f^iss JUNE MR. SNAKE T WAYMAN AND IN / MAIL THE" PERSON!^ BILLTCJ My / YOU MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE =/ „/,„-,. *"*-"'OKAVVMyftA-" ~ B- Bt_n\. CQNFOUMD I GUESS I'LL WAVE To KEEP THAT DANCE BAND JOB IF 1 WANNA FOLLOW IM HIS , WAKE .' X WILL. _ KEEP IT.' r ITLL TAKE DOUGH, ALL RIGHT.' kW? k;l THE ROSES I'LL BUY WILL SMELL BETTER / T CAN OUT-DO THAT GUY .' ypYCRAI OH, YEAH? Q I W 0 •^^ I I J » fc-/-^l^ ' m HIS PAPA PAYS HIS BILLS! How LONG CAN TC5U MATCH PENNIES THE STAY WITH •M ^^' COPR. 193ft BY SEA &EH •'/ WMTSy.' TUEM BACK QUICK- THEY'LL HIT US.' QUIT R&IUG, FOOLS/ CAM'T VOU SEE THE PLAME LAKJDS? PERHAPS THEy BRlMG CASH POB. LOVIE'S RELEASE/ In the Spider's Trap T M BEG L S. ['AT ({ W*^ /a-t J socziay, KID- BUT IVE CaOT TD MAKE A "DEAD- STICK LAMDIKJ&-F J DOM'T, WE'LL JUST BE SO MUCH COKJFETTI .' YOU IDIOT/ I'LL. BET YOU HOPED WE'D BE FOfZCEp COP*, J»»« BV HE* SCHVICE. IfJC T. M Z./mt.T,, By MERRILL BLOSSER :HIEF; / o F/\/C> vous

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