Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 10, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 10, 1938
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PAGE FOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS The Mote You Tell the Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Three time»-3&c word, min. SOc Six times—<te word, minimum SOc One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum 12.79 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 com* plete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modem furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, IS words, at 2c word, SOc for one time; at 3\ic word, KJc for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 76S Service* Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 65S-J. l-26tc We upholster furniture and refinish old furniture. Use4 Furniture Co. East 3rd St. 4-7 tp STORIES , IN STAMP* OUR BOARDING HOUSE with , , . . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY •UNITfO 'STATES 'POUAGf i llf SO YOU'RE STIL.L "* WARMING TH 1 SAME Ot-D OFFICE WESTS, E=H ? YOU'LL NEN/S'R, HATCH ANY E<3<bS SITTINC3 OM A SW1VEL, ^TOOL / WHY POW'T YOU BIRDS ,PS SOME OTHER PASTURE? Notice NOIICE—See Frtsby, 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. lM-OcC20c FOR RENT FOR RENT—One three room furnished apartment. Close in. Mrs. B. M. Jones, 100 East Avenue B. Phone 854 7-3tc FOR RENT—Apartments, furnished or unfurnished. In Dr. Weaver home by high school building. 10-3tp Wanted WANTED-New or renewal of subscription of any magaine in U. S. Cash or easy payment plan See Chas. Reynerson at City Hall S-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 ears and small black spots with collar and name plate. Also black and white pointer. 14 months old males Reward. F. R. Johnson 8-3tp. How "Rough and Ready" Taylor Became President 'J'HE history of the roaring 1800s m America is the story of In- clian fighters and backwoods poll- ticiaiw who became presidents. rmw- m £, q V l , te made " man for public hfe hke a smashing victory over the redskins or a boyhood in « log cabin. So hardy "Zachary lajloi was m perfect tradition. «.ltl» ^°r r ^ 3S One o£ the fl "< MlUcrs of. Louisville, K y., he had onij an elementary education himself At 26 Zachary was promoted to a captaincy in the army !h£d m f1812 K with 50 mcn ' *^- thnds of whom were down with fever, he gallantly defended Fort him- he 'the fnrfi'™ "Tr " "T y ° arS ° me Indian allies of Great Britain" then as . colonel in the Black ^ive'vicToTv o CXt Winning a dec /Florida and finally b'aTuing 5 in Texas in 1846. Defending the American cause in the territory he won battles at Palo Alto' victorTe^c Palma ' HiS tW ° grcat Buena Vista, "con afteWiw!' ncjaccamc President. "Old Rough and Ready" '£ bilious colic 16 months his inauguration. He is shown here on a new stamp of the U. b. regular series, enlarged. .(Copyr.sln. WS. -NKA Service. Inc.) Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Qusetion on Page One Tne gentlemen were dining in the open air, in the city of Fez. Their stew of fish and vegetables had grown cold. Mumps Stop Boat MELBOURNE—(>P)—Because of outbreaks of childish diseases—measles, mumps and scarlet fever—the Australian crusiers Canberra and Sydney have cancelled visits to New Guinea Papua and New Hebrides, Dr. T. J. Mendenhall of Rosston, Is Dead PRESCOTT Ark—Dr. Thomas J. Mendenhall. 73. of Rosston, died in a Little Rock hospital Saturday, a week after the death of his daughter, Mrs. Ruby Mendenhall Smith, who was buried here last week. Dr. Mendenhall had practiced medicine at Rosston more than 50 years. He is survived by a son, Logan Mendenhall, and a daughter, Mrs. A. J. Ward, both of Rosston, and three brothers, Ed of McNeill, Charles M. of Chidester, and Will Mendenhall of Idabel, Okla. HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 KNIGHT OF OLD HORIZONTAL J Pictured legendary knight. 8 He was King Arthur's knight. ^ 13 Tp hoot. 14 Life-giving. 15 Tooth tissue. 16 To stupefy. 17 New. 19 Musical note.. 20 Platform. ,21 Ten cents. 22 Measure of * area. 23 To cringe. 24 Optical glass. 25 Greek letter. 26 Spikes. 28 Ladder part, 29 Black. 30 Not occupied. .31 Harbor. 32 Rude persons 33 To emulate. 34 To search for 35 Wings. 36 And. Answer to Previous Puxzle 37 Mitten. 38 Form of "a." 39 South Carolina, 40 Kind of rubber. 41 Rested on a chair. 42 One thai earns. 44 Heathen gods. 46 He sat at the Table. 47 Model. 48 Creels. 49 He failed to get the Holy VERTICAL 2 To border on 3 Name, 4 Company. 5 Classical language. 6 Burden. 7 Baking dish. 8 Happening. fl Newspaper paragraphs. 10 Fastidious. .11 Night before. 12 Member of a senate. 15 He loved Queen —. 16 Serrated toolA 18 Performs. 20 Dell. 21 Notch. 23 Hasp. 24 To slink. 25 Tree, 27 Entrance. 28 Eggs of fishes. 29 Pertaining to dawn, 31 Kind of firecracker. 32 Trumpeting. 34 Vampires. 37 Wild cat. 39 Ragout of game. 40 Bow of a boat* 41 Rail (bird) 43 Constellation. 45 Drone bee. BY TH' FRAYED E=D£iSS OSJ YOUP VEST IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S HAP A LOT OF WE AT? 1 Notice You've •STILL <3OT TH 1 <3DLP TRlMMlWdS OM YfcUR, TUSK'S, SO ...... VOU CAN'T BE tOWN AMD TSAR LEAW- y\~ TO BED ROdK «-«— IW<3 AGAINST //:•;/ 7L COULD USE AM LUWCH ^'1 IWSTALLMEiMT OM . \\ THAT THREE BUCKS AM OLD OWE I'LL / / WORTH OF BUTTER 6IVS VPU.aAKE/ / I YOU CHURWED ME X T=OR OM YOUR LAST STOP- ^ >^f ^ '- '3 v O ^ - ^!s, - 1 ! ^ ^ ] <Sl< jREETlMCtS, ^EVERYBOPY= IO-IQ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Monday, October 10,19.3 By J. R, WILLI WHV, ICK, I MO, BUT VOU KMOW ME WELL ENOUGH TE&. KMOW TJ>AT AH WOULDW* GO TEG, ALL T>IS TROUBLE TE.TJ. -READ EF AH COULD ClDWT KMOVW Too Deep For Him ALLEY OOP By EDGAR MARTIN WELL, FOO2V - - POIAJT OUT TH' DINOSAUR ^YOU^WANT^RDR A STEED.' WE'VE GOT TO HURRV 'CAUSE THEY'LL SCATTER, COME r WELL,ER,UH-- N ALL RIGHT, OOR x - e.^rnrV I'LL PICK THIS I SUN-UP CLOSEST ONE h %ji' , il .. X 1 x He Refuses to See His Doom AJOW, SEE THAT ONE OVER I ,. — THERE -- WITH TH 1 RUMP ON .V THAT ONE? THAT ONE ? THERE V'ARE.' I KNEW ALL TH' TIME VOU DIDN'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT DINOSAUR CRITTERS: 5HUX, THAT ONE'S MO GOOD o By V. T. HAMLIN 1 ALLEV OOP " i HA5 SUCCEEDED " ''""-••-' • <N HlGH-PRESSURl/MG '"-'""' FOOZV OUT OF THE MOTION ^OF U5I<MG KAKKV FOR A 5TFED THERE -- WITH TH 1 BUMP ON HIS SNOUT? NOW,THERE IS A DINOSAUR.' THAT'S _ T/-V ONE YOU WANT WHY, THAT'S A CERATOSAURUS// MY GOSH, OOP- mi •:•&&:. 'ajt-r a*^T WF? WASH TUBBS •YES, SlttEE, BOYS. IU TtREO OF M.OV16 OM $1,500 A (AOMTH AMC&-I'W, OUT TO fAARRV A Flash of Memory NEVJER MIND TH' ARGUMENTS ' I KNOW WHAT I'M OOIN'V >. HANG ON/ HERE'S /- THAT'5 A ~ WHERE VOU SEE f WHERE VCU'RE SUMPIN--- ( WRONG, BECALiy "N\ RIGHT NOW I'M SHUTTIN' . EVES/ •J QUICK, LET'S) AW, THERE'S VJOTrt GET OUTA r^TO WORRY ABOUT— • RECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 5piEwo\* AVT ws GAVI H\S OLD KAAW'S A BIG SWOT IW (AcKEE mOUSTRlES. ROWDY'S A BUKA, THO. WOT CAROL EVER SAW IW HJM'S A OYSTER"/. I- I CAW'T IT. FOR A SECOND, I -^ ^-- - • _*-i VJ^i \*\ _\ t.''~.; f P.\f J igy Ray Thompson and Charles'Coll THANKS , JUNE .' BUT DON'T LET THAT WANGLE GUY GO DIPPING IT.' i BOUSHT IT FOR. ^ ^ Youi WON'T YOU HAVE PIECE OF X\ CANDY» FRECKLES The Path of True Love TH^M EVEKVTHIW6 WEVJT BLAWK A6AIW. SOUWDS HIM AT H TOPSY TOR\)V. LET'S EAT. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE . )U HAVENT BEEM OVER. HERE LATELY, FRECKLES' WHY NOT? SEEMED TO REMEMBER SOMETHING ~T TOSlUGWl EA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. s By ROY CRANE \ ^ LEADING THAT DANCE BAND AND TRAINING FOft. FOOTBALL MAS KlNDA KEPT ME BUSY / I WON'T EVEN GET TO SEE YOU TONISHT.' WE'RE PLAYING FOR A DANCE AT THE OLD ADOBE TEA ROOM / ) YOU'LL 1 SEE ME, ALL RIGHT- J'LL BE DANCING WITH DUDLEY WANGLE' '/$ WHITEY, SCPUTIW& "THE SPIDER'S" BOCZDER. HIDE-OUT IM AK) AM- TIG'UATED TEAJKJIWC? PLAWE.ARE FORCED T30WIO UUST OUT- S1PE 7HB BAMD/T5' CORCAI-. K\Vf2>\ "PRE"" TEKJDS THEVVE COME TO FIMD OUT IF- LOVIE. LAVER&, WHO IS BEIKJ<3 HELD FOB. Another Prisoner T^V / V..Cv/) /<, (< v' s .x 4/ 1 MINGS HAVE COME To A PRETTY PASS, WHEN A FELLOW CANT EVEN see HIS GIRL WITHOUT HAVING "Ib LOOK OVER SOMEONE ELSE'S SHOULDER ' THRU THEES T500R, MY FI2AMS-LOVIE. WILL BE MOS' GLAD TSEE VOU C30T TO GET WORD BACK TO SO/ VOU ARE. IM \VriH T'i THESE FILTHY BAM- r|J t>IT5, TOO / NO, MISS tAVERE^ WE'VE CO^AETO praw.i HELP YOU GET j^ AWAY By MERRILL BLOSSER BEkJSOM-l THIWK is BEST WE~" KEEP LEE.TLE MVRA HeRE. WHILE WHITEY GOES BACK FOR TH 1 MOWE.Y - THEM WE MAK' SURE ^ HE'S COME. - • - - - (^WHV MOT"T) o t> €) *«

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