Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1938 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1938
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PAGE rout? StAR, HOPfc, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Oetober.ll, 1938 -The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell" i RATES One time—Zc word, minimum 3Qa Thre* times—3V6c word, rain. 50c Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum 12-78 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name such, as "For Rent," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. But each initial or namd, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room modfitn furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total, 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3&c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation oi bill. PHONE 768 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 Weet Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb, 658-J. l-26tc We upholster furniture and refinish old furniture. Use' 1 . 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. 20-2Gtp. 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 Wanted ••WANTED—New or renewal of subscription of any magaine in U. S. Cash 'or easy payment plan See Chas. Reynerson at City Hall 8-6tc 57<i 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 oars and small black spots with collar and name plate. Also black and white pointer. 14 months old males Reward. F. R. Johnson ..' v'8-3tp. LOST—Near McNab, bay mare mule, aged 12, weight 900, white scar left shoulder. Liberal reward. C. W. Wilson, Columbus. ll-3tp Found FOUND—Warranty deed, H. O. Carson and wife to James T. Smith, lots in blocks nine and ten Hempstead Heights Addition to Hope, dated April 16, 1917. Apply Star office. ll-3dh Ann's Marriage Error 'Corrected 1 ' 5 ^ Her husband said their marriage "was a mistake" and a Los Angeles court affirmed that verdict when it granted movie actress Ann Sheridan, above, a divorce from hubby Edward Norris. Norris said he was sorry he married her, Ann testified, and she seems happy that they are "unraBfri«i" now. Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER 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 Question on Page One Lepold III is the king of the Belgians. He assumed tht throne on the death of his father, Albert, in 1934. He was born in 1901. the year President McKinley was as- sussinated at Buffalo, N. Y. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J, R. WILLIAMS AND AMOS \5 ALONE TH' RARLOR OPEMIMS I'VE WA\TIWG FOR—I'LL eye" TH TO FULL HIS TRICK AMQ PUT OVEP2, TH' K.O. PUNCH/ -THEP.ES OAKB TH' v c30"Sia MALLET'S 1 SEE, I GOT MV TRIM- MIMC3S OF STAC3E ANOMEY ALL SET AMD •READY TO FLASH \JHS STAGE IS ALL. ---3 SET FOR SOMETHING = OM AM 1 VDU'LL. BE DOWKJ IW THERE WITH 'EM/ MO MORE FOP. THEM THE- BLA'Z.lMO HEARTH SHALL. BL1B.M, WOH. BUSY HOUSEWIFE PLY HER EVEMIMC-r CARE "...THAT'S WHUT EDUCATION MAKES YOL> FEEL, THISJQS DEEPLV-VERV -DEEPLY-.-. I FEEL. AWFUL. 3AC? AM' BLUE RIOHT MOV/V~ , x LOW, VERY POWK) AND Wv^ ' LOW / BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Way It Is By EDGAR MAKTJ S\C\-i SAG PvOQ'ot t ^ ' A KOCV\ 0? XOO> H^' T'6^ KX L^VO)' CbOX VKtU? ^ 9ov<b > AU-1 N\'0 OO 6000 COP'R. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M, REC U.S. PAT. OFf. ALLEY OOP Opposition By V. T. HAMLIN NOW WATCH THIS -- HERE WE GO/ - ^ —'— —-—* -^~^ -- _, SOMEWHERE OUT THERE LURKS A FOOL-KILLER/ OH,ME? T'THINK A SMART FELLA LIKE ME WOULD COME TO SUCH AN END/ >na r pi#*v •&o*» f <-, -» rW> 1 V^/ W^ J ~^-.^ — 3» W~Ti V "w tf ->; S&^( ..•<-^:^:^t^^^ •• • .':?^:.,.. >H • ••' ' "• \ v. -•- --,;•>./..^..d%3- NOW THAT WEVE STAMPEDED TH' "TRASH, WE'LL GO TO WORK ON TH' CERRV.' WOW.' WHAT A STEED HE'LL MAKE YOU I FOR RENT—Six-room house near I Oglesby school, good condition. Also furnished apartment, private bath. Close in. Middlebrooks Grocery Co., Phone 607. ll-3tc WASH TUBBS Located at Last THOROUGHBRED .' HE NEVER MOVED HIS TRACKS.' THAT'S WHAT'S GOT ME WORRIED, BUT LOOK-- HE'S MOVIN' NOW-RIGHT AT us.' .f ^ <! «5y Ray Thompson and Charles Goll SPEED CHAMPION Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,5 Man who made new flying records. 10 French measure. 12 Dutch coin, 13 V-shaped dent. 15 Carbon in smoke. 16 Inlet. 17 Sion god., 18 Limb. 20 For example. 21 Opposite of in.' 22 Musical note. 44 Northeast. 24 Senior. 45 Uniting ties. 25 He was once 47 Sacred song, an army flying 49 Icy rain. (pi.). 51 Meadow. 31 Box. 53 To ascend. 33 Wild cats. 55 Grain. 34 Species ot 56 Large-loafed pepper. ^ . p i ant . 36 Brink. 58 Indian. 3? S. eS& 59Hefirst W on „.. ^ renown for a 39 Gijn,. cross- 40 Bone. continent — 41 Fruit pastry.^ flight. 42 To steal. 60 He was an 1C He toured the country for^ the . 19 Ho was one of America's flyers. 21 Single thing. 23 Noah's boat. 25 Distinctive theory. 26 Black bread. 27 Liquid measure. 28 Pussy. _L] 29 Russian emperors. expert 30 To sink. pilot (pi.). 32 Sloths. VERTICAL 35 Mover's 1 Note in scale.. - truck. 2 Pertaining to 37 Faint color. runes. 38 Earthy matter, 3 Small wild 6.x. 41 Bards. 4 Mesh of lace. « Artery fluid. „_,. 4s Legume-plant, t, ^tir. . 46 To strj^e, 7 Warm fabric., 47 Twinge. 8 Flying toys. 48 Dumb. 9 Street 50 Card game. .""bbe^l. SN^.™' 14 The shank. 56 Company 15 Fodder vat. 57 Dye. HOOfcS, WASH WAOGS THRU 'THE CLIPPINGS. I, M, REQUESTED \ OH, YES, W>R, TU6B6. TVWT CUPPWfS ASOUT \NETO\VJ6 B06T-UP CERTA\ViLY CAROL McKEE. / MAT3E THE HEAPUWE5. DNS-CU?P\N(n 6UR£f\U FRECKLES AND H1SFRIENDS !T'S FROtA SAM FRANCISCO. v 'AMONG THE ^ PA6SEW6ER5 BOUND FOR PAKSAZUELA, ABOARD' THE S.S. TERRIFIC WERE \MOUSTRIALI5T (\\cKEE AWD HIS LOVELY DAUGHTER, " —" No Love Lost Li/UDLEY //AS SOME SCHEME UP HIS . SLEEVE I IF You TELL. HIM THAT ME AMD MY PALS ARE PAYIN6 FOR T|-US DAK1CE . WE'LL HOLD OUT THE DOU6H 7\ WHAT DOES IT MATTER. WHO'S GIVING IT ? FOUR. APIECE IS BUCKS ' "YOU'LL ALL WHO'S THIS DAMCE, LARD ? By ROY CRANE ' i COULD TURN OUT BETTER- MUSIC WITH A LARGE SPOON AND A PLATB OF SOUP.' l#. HELLO, JUNE --i SEE YOU'RE SLUMMING \ AGAIN/ MELLO, >- MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE Whitey Catches On I HOPE l'f/1 MOT SWELL- HEADED, BUT THE MORE I SEE THAT WANGLE 6UY THE BETTER I LIKE GROWS MYSELF// OM W«T SAY, MYRA-WOW VOU SEE LOVIE. IS OKAV, YOU LAK MAYBE STAV HERE TO KEEP OS COMPAWY TILU WHITEY TAKE VOUPZ. FILTHV HAWDS OFF HER, YOU, OR I'LL... WHITEV, MV FF1MO - EES A GOOD THlWe FOR VOUB. HIPE I NEED CASH SO BAT>, OK.. . ..j ~ By MERRILL BLOSSER <JO PEACEFULLY- FOR MV SAKE. YOU'VE GOT TO BRIMS THAT MOMEV BACK TO SAVE VEAM... SURE, YOU'RE ^ AMD THEM, AS WHITEY IS ES^-\X CORTED BACK TO THE PLAME, HE MEMTALLY COUNTS THE NUMBER. OF -STEPS FROM THE OLD STOME MARKER. TO THE CORRAL FEWCE — i^'sFV copR.i»MByNEASEi)victiNe:

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