Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1938
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,?A&| f OUB "The Mote You Tell (he Quicker You Sell" BATES <• One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3V4c word, niin. 50o Six tunes—€c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum .— |3.70 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 nanw, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FpR 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 S'/ic 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-2Gtc > . ~ .... • You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bldg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp 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 Sale 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 Germany wants peace — not war, said Dr. Hans H. Dieck- hofl. nbnye, German Ambassador to t.ie united States as he was interviewed aboard the Bremen on his arrival in New York. As in the lAture, the Reich envoy inured A photographer's flashlight bulb exploded and a piece of glass fell right in his liaiHi. Holding it up, he exclaimed "That's war!" Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Qut.itiiiii nn Page One The man was a woman-hater. He lived on the Persian Gulf. His note had become enlarged from overuse. FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment, reasonable, close in. Call 392 or 39G. 7-6tc Wanted ; FOR SALE—1 extra good Milch Cow, .'second calf; One Mare and 2 year old Jcplt. AH three for $140.00. All in fine >ephdition. Phone 939, 420 South Grady (Street, Hope. 6-6tdh Found J-JTOtTND—Brown suitcase, children's ^clothes, on Rosston road. See Vernon City Bakery, Hope. 6-3tp FOR RENT RENT—One two and one three !rq.om furnished apartment. Close in. .tytrs. B. M. Jones, 100 East Avenue B, ;Phone 854. 7-3tc • -FOR RENT—Available now, 4 room furnished apartment with Electric refrigerator. Private bath and garage. Phone 132. 4-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished home, apply Middlebrooks Grocery. 4-3tc Or. Saturday, Oct. 15, 2:30 p. m. the school board will sell at public auction ar the High School building one galvanized water tank capacity 1100 gallons, one Ui 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 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 50 MEN AND WOMEN to try SYNNOTTS Pile preparation. Guaranteed satisfaction and relief or your money refunded. Ask your druggist for SYNNOTT'S pile preparation today at Ward & Sons, Hope, Arkansas! Oct 7, 14, 21 5% FHA Loans, City Property, Hope and vicinity. New Construction. To Buy Home and refinance home. Real Estate Mortgage Loan Service, Wayne H. England's office. 1 5-6tc 0UR BOARDING HOUSE .with ... . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY Friday; Octobci TAKE A AT TH' BAD K1EW5 IW<3 OFF LIKE A LIMER HIS OR HIS HICCUP, BUT SOME- THIM<3 FAMILIAR ABOUT HIS MAP SEEM IT HAM5IWC3 IM SOME POST OFFICE WITH KlUMBER FROM HIS NECK/' OLD PIWMER TABLE £OMPETIT/OKJ U HERE'S .aoiuo TO 'BE AWR.IL SCRAMBLE FOR THAT EXTRA CHO-P= ' By J, R, WILLIA GOOD WIGHT.' HUNTIN' BEFORE WORK / IT'S " GUVS LIKE VOU WHOW KILLED OFF- TH 1 VAST HERDS OF BUFFALO THAT "ROAMED \ THIS COUNTRY V AT ONE TIME YES, AK1C- IT'S GUVS LIKE VOU WHO WOULD HAVE A BUFFALO IN EVERY BACK YAT2D/ HE'S 'RIGHT- \ANIO, TMEV T2OANAEO-C! THE.Y WOULD V |M HERDS -THE=<i| MOW IF .SAY TM' HERDS. WAS SO BIO •> THEY'D HOLD A TRAIM UP FE£P MOL1R.--3.. S TGAFFI UCiMT-S DELAY ME LOMCj THEY'D KEPT OM... IJvVAGIME A BUFFALO IM EVERY BACK VAT2.D IM WEW VOCK CITV/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WOOV.O VOO AT. TrV£ PE9 "ft\t COA.CH ME \o ALLEY OOP All New to Handy SOM66 \V6 V-OAO-b Of . FOOZY - WAKE /NEARLY DAWN; WERE CHATTERING BIRD HORIZONTAL I Pictured black and white bird. 6 It belongs to the genus • 9 Frosts. JD Cabin. 11 Drunkard. -12 Grief. 13 Note in Guide's scale. 14 Spain. 15Credit. 16 Opposed to : Jose. 17 Snow glider. 18 Emerald mountain. 19 Overpowering fright. 21 Its black feathers are 27 Buddhist festival. 28 To relieve. 29 Rough cliff. 30Saclike pit. 32 Force. 33 Wild cattle. 34 Price. Answer t< Previous Puzzle 35 Upon. 36 God of war. 37 Apple center 38 Cubic. 39 Beams. 40 Adhesive substance. 41 Wood spirit. 42 Serf. 44 Cleansing substance. 45 Italian coins. 46 Those who omit. 47 Badge of valor. 48 It is a roving bird. 49 It learns a few words in . VERTICAL 1 It is a -— bird. 2 Acidity. 3 To obtain 4 Postscript. 5 Black. 6 To place. 7 Neuter pronoun. 8 Meat jelly. 10 Hurnmock. 12 Married woman. 14 Peels, a 16 To walk through water 17 Nose noise. 18 Osculation. 20 To mistreat. 22 Shower. 23 Blemishes. 24 The shank. 25 Lug. 26 No good. 30 Tiresome person. 31 Sharply. 33 Merriment. 34 Stratagem. 36 Missel thrush. 37 Necklace fastener. 38 Unit of weight. 39 Branches. 40 Musical instrument. 41 Spiders' nests. 43 Card game. 44 Opposed to brut. 4 5 Bulgarian coin. 47 Musical note. WASH TUBBS I STILL THINK WE COULDA MADE SUMPIN OUT OF MV LITTLE OL' KAKKV YEZZIR- TO GITCHA A SURE-A1UPF DINOSAUR TO RIDE/: ENOUGH -1 DOM'T WAK1T MO BLIP (-ALOES' THE llUMT.'",,f.U\M By EDGAR ? \AiV\Y, OKb'c 6LA.O 1 AM A SOKiG \0 ASK YOO "\0 £>AY A COPR. 19M BY NEA SERVICE INCT. M H EC , U. S* PAT. tlFf. Wait for Kakky _ WHY'N'CHA F ERG IT THAT DUMB [CRITTER? 5HUX? V'WOULDN'T WANT ^—• ~-S.YOUR GIRL-FRIEND OKAV/1 GUESS ^xT' LAUGH AT YA, r'OU KNOW MORE KwOULD YA' ABOUT DINOSAURS THAN 1 DO v_ By V. T. HAMLIN ovXJ- c.. THAT WAS TAKEM T)URIMS TW .REVOLUTION ttl'PANAZUEUV. It's All a Blank to Easy r* . T. M..REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. so- T VOU REVAEMBER? YOU WERE CAPTAIN OF A MACHINE GUN COMPANY. AM' THIS WAS IM KANDELABRA, SHOWIUG PROCESS OTAOA DECORATING YOU FOR BRAVERY, - i YOU 60T BY THE - TROWKFUL. YOU BIK) THRU WARS. REVOLUTIONS AN'GUU FIGHTS BV TH' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DOIEKJS. VJHY. WE'VE FOUGHT EVERY- TH\V)& FROKN 6FEKJA WHALES TO BORNEO HEAD-HUNTERS! Ray Thompson and Charles Coll IT ALL SEEKVS SO STRAWGE. I DON'T/'HO, FEEL BRAVE. IVJ FACT, I'D P^OSA8LY/ YOU BELIEUE , RUN AT THE SLIGHTEST DANGER. / IT, BUPDIE.WHM "-— - ' ' r - YOU'RE TH' FIGHT- I EVER LWED ''/#/ 7 -^^ Sf ( TMis ^ ON THE A LEVEL ? V 7/' v —— <r^\ ^ v^-A-HiJ ABSOLUTELY ! You DOM'T EVEN HAVE TO TELL HIM I'M THROWING THIS DANCE — BUT I'LL PAY THE FREIGHT' KAJOW THAT- i AND BESIDES, WOULDN'T UKE TO PLAY AT A DANCE THAT I MY DOUQH YQU WERg I COMES IN SPONSORING// ALl_ THE POPULAR. SHADES/ Dirty Work Afoot HE DOESN'T V OKAY— ^ HAVE ID J MAMAGE W^ --/S 01 ts~*.i 1 1 "n i »•*- •*•. ^ . 1 TS^ "-, . ,-•-.-: c; 7"C' ^ ^ fe.1 ( t THE BAND- THEY'LL BE THERE.' If YE-AH- x AT" BUCKS APIECE, ) THE AND WE'LL. . OLD PLAY TILL 11.' /ADOBE RIGHT? ) TEA ROOM / IHE -OLD TRAIKJINJ& PLAKJE COMES TO A BUMPV STOP JUST OUTSIDE THE FEWCE THAI MACKS THE BOUMDARYOF THE SPIDEC'S BORDER HIDE-OUT. THRU THIS OATE, NAV AMD VOU ARE UO UO,^, IN THE STATES/ you BRING ~BTRO'S MOMEY, pvo/ AMD IF VOU'Ll. PUT \THAT GUKJ TX3WSJ, I'LL POV',E I VOU ItO THAT UGLV6EEZER; T SO HAC2.D VOU'Ll A Reprieve DID YOU pur IT OVER? / By ROY CRANE IT WAS A CINCM .' YOUN<S MR. MC.GOOSEY ' HAS MIS NECK IN THE^"?NOOSE-,.-NOW ALL WB'- <30TTA Do IS PUSH HIM OFF THE LIMB J ^^ti*fi- ^•; ft, M •w V 'V '(~-iJA i^LLU) r ^i cfl ••%^Ji' vS ' v ^>iS • ^® V ./" - r !ss>> X-'V'».COPR. \ ^ PE7KO.' THESE TWO ARE THE PILOT AMD STEWARDESS WE WERE TO BUMP OFF BEFORE WE LEFT THAT AIRLINER A v.v-^ ••t&ffi$&r : '- J »Of THEM VHAT WE ^AITINCj / f=OR_? •&• By MERRILL BLOSSER &VRA "DOES A BIT OF FAST THINKING, AMD THEM „.. STOP' you CAKl'T SHOOT US MOW/ WE'VE COME TO /VV\KE ARRAM&EMEKJTS FOR MISS LAVERK's RE.-

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