Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 8, 1938
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i»AGEFOUK "The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three times—3%c word, min. SOc Six times—6c word, minimum SOc One month (26 times)—18c wordi minimum ...... f2.70 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 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, IS words, at 2c word, SOc fear one time; at 3iic word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone arc 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-26tc You can save money at AUTO WRECKING CO. Old Boyett Warehouse Bidg. Used parts, tires, tubes, batteries 9-26tp Where Poles Get Slice of We upholster furniture and refinish old furniture. Use4 Furniture Co, East 3rd St. 4-7 tp 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 Found FOUND—Brown suitcase, children's clothes, on Rosston road. See Vernon Pate, City Bakery, Hope. 6-3tp FOR RENT FOR RENT—Available now, 4 room furnished apartment with Electric refrigerator. Private bath arid garage. Phone 132. 4-3tc FOR RENT—One three room furnished apartment. Close in. Mrs. B. M. Jones, 100 East Avenue B, Phone 854 7-3tc FOR RENT—Furnished home, apply Middlebrooks Grocery. 4-3tc 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 gallons, one l ] /2 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 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 The Poles have passed the platter and the Czechs hnve sliced away another part of their fast- diminishing little land, agreeing to Withdraw troops, from the areas shaded in the map above. An international commission will draw up a new frontier, probably giving to Poland the areas 50 to 70 per cent Polish and leaving Czechoslovakia the region where 'oles are 10 to 50 per cent of th« population. Smaller map locate* the disputed are* To d a y's A n s w • r to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The country studied was Sweden. The opera singer referred tp was Jenny Lind, who was called "The Swedish Nightingale." Legal Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That letters testamentary on the estate.of William Jackson Hartsfied, deceased, were issued to the undersigned byithe Probate Court of Hempstead County, in the State of Arkansas, on the 8th day of October. AD.' 1938. All persons having claims against said Estate are therefore hereby notified-to'ex- hibit the same to the undersigned, properly authenticated,, within six months after the date of such letters testamentary or they may be precluded from any benefit in said 'Estate. And if such claims be not' exhibited • as aforesaid, within one year, after the date of such letters, they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit from said Estate.- Given this 8th day of October, A. D. 1938. . . . SAM HARTSFIELD, • Executor of the Estate of William Jackson Hartsficld, Deceased. Oct. 8-15. •- '•• WANTED—New or renewal of subscription of any ma^aine'in U. S.'Cash or easy payment. plan . See Chas. Reynerson at City, Hall 8-6tc 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. ' • 5-6tc Lost LOST—Black and white Setter bird dog. Black cars and small black spots with collar and name plate.-Also black and white pointer. 14 months old males Reward. F. R. Johnson - 8-3tp. BABY PRINCESS HORIZONTAL i Tiny Dutch princess. 7 Her mother is Crown Princess —•. 13 Order of battle. 14 To regret. .16 Containing boron. 17 Broad smile. 18 Dishonest. 20 Naked. 21 Ell. 22 Infant's outfit. 24 Greek M. 25 Idant. 26 North Africa. 2.7 Unit. 29 South Carolina. 31 Obese. ,32Penci] tip.'. 34 Energy. 35 To grieve. 36 Form of "be." ; 37 Day. 38 New Mexico. 40 Half an em. i 41 Thing. « Plural. Answer to Previous Punle IIR I D CIS C E N T«BONL EiAiSIEHCiRlAiGlB&IUlPlSlA VI ISHGIA U R«C|0 5 0 ! N«M!A R SBC O RAYSBGLUCHNAT lN ! ,Oli'l5IYpcrA|P|TTl 43 T\vitching. 45 Ironic essays. 50 Kind of lettuce. 51 Sloths. 53 Made verses. 54 Her country is flat land. 55 Corollary. 57 Vineyard fruits. 59 She is the third female heir to the Dutch throne. 60 Saucy. VERTICAL 1 Sack. 2 Made a mistake. 3 Seed covering, 4Tanbark. 5 Railway. 6 Roentgen ray 7 Joke. 8 Pound. 9 Electrified particle. 10 Cuckoopint. 11 Breeding place. 12 Point in tennis 15 Rubber tree. 18 Musical note. 19 Stiff collar. 22 Kinds of tails. 23 Foes. 25 She is still an 26 Mother-of- pearl. 28 Trees. 30 She lives in » country full ol 31 Brother. 33 Total. 37 Digging machine, 39Cnt's cry. 42 Vigor. 44 Circular arrangement. 46 Weapons. 47 Note in scale . 48 Kafir warriors. 49 Of the matter, 50 To contend. 52 Thus. 54 To drink dog-fashion. 55 Postscript. 56 Southeast. 58 Street. HOPE STAR. HOPE. ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE , with . . . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY Saturday, October 8, 1{ jjiiiSi^ri»" j iii i rr j •*«..^-«y By 3. R. WILLk C HAD LAW OM MANY MY HULA SHOW To SCPUA.REL MY t>EBT AMD WHEN COPS »N OW A PAKE RAID MDU BEAT IT LIKE THAT YOU ARE v^.IF SOMEONE BLEW BREATH AT YOU, YOU'D DIVE INTO A CYCLONE CELLAR / SQUARE A DEBT INDEED/ YOU KUEW THE C3EMDARMES WERE DOWN ow YCU AMD THE OWLY REASON "FOR YOUR ALLEGED GENEROSITY WAS TO USE ME AS A DUPE' MINUTE. OPCW A TO HOOPLB MAMOR, . _ ALL MY THIN6S 1 HAD IM HOCK TO YOU- HAH/ WELL, YOU'LL, HAVE TO PAY ME FOR 'EM CUZ. THEY'RE <WORTH A LOT MORE \ (>-.-?'.A THAW 1 BORROWED j - '^ -• - EM .» YES; But NOT \ TILL YOU BAIW6 \ ME TH' MONEY TO OET TH6M OUT OP HOCK; YOU OWE ME AND I OWE MDU, BUT YOU'LL, HAVE. TO PAY ME FI&ST BECAUSE YOU WOULD YOU SETTLE A CASE LIKE THAT? VVITH A HE'D TAKBj OUT HISfH| FEE AND si THEN BE NOTHHsiC LEFT TO SETTLE TTM. REO. u. s. p*r. OFF. .' U 'COPH. U3«BT HE^SCDVICt COMPLICATIONS {*• V t* 4> _BPOTS AND HER BUDDIES iONf iVV PR.< "X , voo WERE '. VOt'Rfc A\A. SO PR.OOO Of XOO ALLEY OOP Very Simple __ Oop Is Bad Company^ Just Now By EDGAR MARTIN WHY, SURE.' HOW ELSE OVA RE.CKOAJ WE'RE GONNA GIT VOU A CRITTER TO RIDE?? 7 'CAN'T JUST WMI5TLE ONE" OUT, YOU KNOW .' WASH TUBES By V. T. HAMLIN '•}'•! .^_^^ ^•©^1 •A -5^i o/n H SOMETIMES I THINK ID BEEN LOTS BETTER OFF IF I'D NEVER EVEN HEARD OF YOU/ REVAEVABEE NOTHING \WA\ONG ' I WAS FOUMD IM A .,,„, VOVTW A FRACTURED SKULL. THE POLICE TWOU6HT VT WAS AVI ACC\OIMT UMT^L THEY D\SCO\)EREO THAT ML REMOVED FROM* V CLOTWES. S WOLY _, /'W SOUNDS L\KE M V DIRTV>WOCK. FRECKLES AND "JRDTS FRIENDS .. -.SLJRe. 5LUS6EO F80W SEWMD AW\? TWRONNM OFF ATRA\W,OR PLANTED THERE. OV1E TWWG'S CER- "%\VJ: I HAVE A MORTAL EMEWY. AND 1WCE I REIAEMBER ViOTH\W6,\T DSWES VXE WEARLY CRAZY, VOOWDER\V16 WHO VT VS " Ray Thompson and Charley Cofl ;K SUMsPSW'S 9UZZIEO V*,t FOR AT^( \T'6 OATED LON6 T\^E, EASY. 0»0 YOU TVPE- \ 25^lOF COURSE WRVTE THVS LETTER SAYW VOU IRE OKAY, AVi' FOR IAE VJOT TO VOR\TE \T. I^POSS\BLE! \NAS UWCOUSCIOW IM THE HOSPITAL 3ULV 25 TH. HAS OKIDED TO STAY WITH • THE BAND---* 10-1 I STILL THINK WE OUGHTA STICK , \ NAW—lb SWEET MUSIC/ ) LONG ALLIGATORS LIKE REAL LOW DOWN DIXIELAND / Pop Can't Understand MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE =5x! MOW f I THINK ABOUT THAT THAT I CROWO'LU DANCE L WANT US WE'RE- \ TO HIT PLAYING PLENTY CANT PLEASE PEOPLE WITH THE OLD STUFF ! THEY WANT GATES TO SWING OUT ON A DO6HOUSB. LICORICE STICK AND A GIT- BOX/ NIGHT ^ LIKE STHAM IN THE BoiLEf*.' ITS AMAZING MOW A KID CAN UNDERSTAND THAT STUFF AND STILL GET POOR. GRADES IN SIMPLE THINGS LIKE- LATIN l^^- THEY'RE TALKING SWING - BAND LINGO ' By ROY CRANE •Nl : ^Wc--\ A~P " Cftutured \li COPR. 1839 B< NOSrBVICr INC t M BEC U S PAT. OI'F SS€>i WHY YOU MOT BRiwe- ze. CASH 2 BECAUSE MISS l-AVERE'S STUDIO WAKJTS TO N\AKE SURE SHE-'S ALIVE AMD WELU ; F1R.ST \ ; BUT of- COURSE! vou BHAL COM5 UP TO MV VILLA. AtOD SHE HEU WITH YOUR. OWkJ By MERRILL BLOSSER lF VOU KEEP VOUR. /vOUTH SHUT AWD 1.ET ME PO THE TALKING, /V<AVBE WE CAKl GET OUT OF THIS ALIVS,' YOU WIM, MVBA.- BUT SAV-WHAT'S THAT STOME OKJ OUR LEFT? I WHV, IT LOOKS LIKE AM QLD PER

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