Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 13, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE StAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS "The More You Tclt (he Quicker You Sell" RATES One time—2c word, minimum SOc Three times—3V4c word, min. SOc Six times—6c word, minimum 90c .pM month (26 times)—18c ; '1 ' yrord, minimum $170 • '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 n&me, 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 am Total, 13 words, at 2c word, 3Uc for one time; at aViic word, 53c for three tunes, etc. NOTil: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 Services Offered . See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West i'ourui, tor iNew and Ke-DuUt. -- Phone Vaui Cobb, fcs-J. l-iititc We upholster furniture and refinish dd furniture. Userl Jr'tirniture Co Lliast 3rd St. 4-7tp Notice NOTICE-See Frisby, Ideal Furniture Store to buy, Seli 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; quiclc action. Barry 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-Gt: Lost LOST—Near McNab, bay mare mule, aged 12, weight 900, white scar left shoulder. Liberal reward. C. W. Wilson, Columbus. ll-3tp Found FOUNI>-Warra~my deed, H. O. Ca7- son 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 • STORIES IN STAMPS Retired, but Mary Is Still Busy Monarch JMMEDIATELY after the abdication crisis Was over, regal Queen Mary set about restoring the badly shaken prestige of the British royal family, and she has become again one of the busiest women in the Empire. Officially she has retired, but she Is still as much the monarch ns during her days of reign. Against all recent precedent she attended the coronation of George VI and Queen Elizabeth more than a year ago. and has accompanied them on many public occasions since. For a time she took them both under her guidance and coached them for the job they had hardly expected to perform. Then she moved to Marlbor- otigh House from Buckingham Palace. Today she continues her •ound of opening hospitals, laying 'oundation stones, making dedica- ions. But one of her chief tasks is ho training of Princess Elizabeth for her part as probable future Queen Elizabeth II of England. Queen Mary takes her on weekly •isits to the National Gallery, Vestminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and the various museums. She talks about her exact relationship to past .kings and queens of England and to past and present European royalty. She coaches the young princess also in deportment and etiquette. Although 71, the Queen Mother is still extremely active, walks the legs off officials at flower shows and exhibitions. She still loves the theater, iikes to collect antiques, still Jresses.very much as she did ten years ago. In an age of constanl, upheaval, Britons -i love her as the j one unchanging jperson- ; ality. She is ; shown here on J a current stamp : of Newfound- J land, one of j four picturing j the British J Family. JCopyrleht. 1938. NKA Service. Ino ) Fatrview Singing A community singing will be held at Fairview Sunday, October 23. All singers are invited and urged to bring unch, and song books. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Six-room house near Oglesby school, good condition. Also furnished . apartment, '. private bath. Close in. Middlebrooks Grocery Co., Phone 607. ll-3tc FOR RENT—2 room furnished apart- irient. Bills paid. See Hazel Abram, at Mary's.Beauty Shop. 12-3tc Today's Answer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on Page One The men had fled to a group of islands northeast of Cape Horn. They had gone there because of unfortunate affairs of the heart. They spent two weeks in a battle of wordh. Legal Notice Warning Order No. 5217 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, et al _.. Plaintiffs vs. Claude W. Garner, et al Defendants The Defendants, Claude W. Garner and Ruth Stuart Garner, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court o£ Hempstead County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, and H. L. Hodell, Trustee. Witness my hand as clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this llth .day of .October, 1938. (SEAL) RALPH BAILEY, Clerk Cfct. 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3. "FAMOUS JURIST. 1IOKIZONTAL 1,7 A'former President of the United States. M Mountain nymph. T2 Genus of swans. 13 Subsists. M Self. I« Measure of 'area. 17 Brains. 19 Bone. 20 Questions. 22 tVpe measure. 23 Heap. 25 South Carolina. 26 Robin. 28 Ancient local deity. 31 Malediction. 32 Norse eod. 34 Creed. ' 35 Part of Roman month. 37 Egg-shaped. 39 Northwest. 41 To cry as a cat. '43 Circle part. 44 Master of Laws. Answer to Previous Puule 45 Reverence. 47 Redacts. 50 Before. 52 Exclamation of disgust. 53 The windpipe, 55 Wing part of a seed. 57 Oat grass. 59 Rumanian coins. 60 He was also justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. 62 He started out as a law (Pi.). 63 Dogma. VERTICAL . 1 Affliction. 2 Pertaining to the iris. 3 For fear that, 4 Musical note, 5 Fish. 6 European elk. 7 Forward. 8 Sound of sorrow. 9 Eating tools. 10 Transpose. 15 Yellow metal. 17 He was the only —— to attain the tw highest U. S. i. posts. 18 Synopsis. 20 Greed. 21 He taught in law . 24 Goddess of peace. 26 Flour box. 27 Plural. 29 Acidity. 30 Commanded. 32 You and me. 33 Behold. 36 Pitcher. 38 Flower container. 40 To relinquish. 42 Hat. 44 Affray. 46 To sob. 48 Valley. 49 Demonstrative word. . 51 Shower 52 Distant. 53 Sailor. 54 To perform. 56 Abaft. 58 Negative, 61 Pronoun. OUR BOARDING HOUSE M with .' ;-,' Ij'lMAJOR HOOPLE fl YfeS/VVE HAVE. A SUMPTUOUS TROMT OMTWS SECTOUD THREE LARGE, AIRY WINDOWS -,., -THE BATH /S NEXT TO \T "" IKJ THE HALL~<3ULPr WHAT •JAJ MjUsJD WAS A ROOM WITH A PRIVATE BATH YOU'D PUTT )M PRIVATE, BATH FOR PAY" WELL' FOR IT/ t . i .. t MY WORD, HE MUST HAVE "FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN THAT J3OLL~A MILLIONAIRE SEEKING SOLITUDE.WO A WHIFP OP THIS ROLL WILL WHET MIS APPETITE FOR OUR BAIT f RIPE FOR ,M< H£0. aS.PAT. OFF OUT OUR WAY Thursday, .October .1.3, 1088*: By J. R. WILLIAMS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES . GOT \\/THAT'5 GOOD, \ VvV^\v 'AN' W BECAUSE 1M Vs NN'\ \v ALL \ \ GOING TO DO sTHE WASHING _., _. , \JOMORROW -.v, _,^ THEY WON'T BE IN YOUR WAY DOWN THERE m -7.^55 ^—^c; ? ^^ ^C^^^LJ^ ^^p?^^^:?5^^^&>^, N ° fe^ : ^^^S&SSSS^33 : ^ v SQP-r>^^, ^^^^^^A^A^v^ ^-.-XT^ -^ ,^> •"--• ^-^rSv^pirx.^:^ - •-^-'-V.'"-<' > ''-»A. "^|^ -;^s^^|i]f^ ^r-.-^'^-^-, ~ A ~ ) - ±&\5<z~-^-^z~ -*v-^ '"-^» -jr^ COMB. 19JH BY NtA StRVICt. INC. V i. .si BIG u. s. P*T. orr. ~ ' Strange, Indeed WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY TOO , COACH 1 . Too AT ALLEY OOP By EDGAR MARTIN WASH TUBES , INC L _t. M. REC. U. S. PAT By v. T, HAMLIN" MECESSARY, I'LL FOLLOW HER TO TH 1 ENDS OF TH' EARTH. THE CAR\B0EAW SPEEDS WASH TUB6S TO T THE GIRL OF MS DREAMS IN PANAZUELA. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS T, OF That Wasn't Asking Much COURSE, CAROL DOESN'T EXPECT IF.THA^ TH 1 WAV VOU FEEL ' . -.ft I ABOyjIT, I LL HAVE NUTHIN MORE T'DO ^ AFTER WHAT VOU'VE JUST PUT U5 THRU, I'M , «.^^^-.., V 'COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC I'LL WEVEfc SPEAK TO WASH TUSBS AS LOW6 AS I HVE. \ NEVER. MIND THAT.' I'M JUST A VOICE IN THE AND IT'LL PAY To LISTEN / V TALKIN6 The Informer BUT 1 STILL CAN'T UNDERSTAND \NHy HE DMDM'T APPEAR AT THE WE'VE BEEVJ OVER THIS A THOUSAND TIVAES, CAROL. WO MATTER WHAT HIS REASON, IK'S THRU!! NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEC Uy Ray Thompson and Charlet Coll OF COURSE, \W£'S A COOWFOUNCP •DADDY, I HATE \ ED IWBEOLE, HM. I DESPISE THAT'S WHY. AH HlkA— BUT Wfc HAD TO DO SURELY THERE / TO BECOME A WAS SOME J VULLIOWAWJE WS REASOW. H BE AT A VJEDDIW«, AMD HE COULDU'T EVEU DO THAT. BAH? DOMT YOU INSIST TMAT YOUR. FOOTBALL. ;i PLAYERS KEEP GOOD HOURS AND \ OBEY TRAINING \ RULES ? MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE YOU KNOW WELL i Doj(/ v TTtv—/' ^>,—^r^rfff{ WHAT PO VOU MEAU, MVRA'S SAFE? WHERE AS SHE? Not So Loud «•"!• ii iii"n*"KTrfii ITi J_^ By ROY CRANE THEN YOU'D BETTER CLIMB INTO TOUk SUSPENDERS AND SEE WHICH ONE OF YOUR PLAYERS (S STAYING OUT AWFUL LATE" AT THE OLD ADOBE TEA ROOM / WELL.TH'SPIPER'S m HOLDIMG HER TILL I tm RETURU WITH THE CASH FDR LOVIEAS RELEASE - BUTTKCT BORDER. MARKER WE SAW— WHAT'S ALL THIS GAB ABOUT THE BORDER.? r-~ HURRY-DIG OUT ALL THE- LARGE SCALE MAPS VOUVEOOTAUD I'LL SHOW vou SOMB- "..^\7HM6/. -SAV/ LOOK HERE-THERE'S ABOUT 1OO YARDS VARIAMCE OW SOME OF THESE OJ..D MAPS OF THE BORDER WEAR, i - TBONILLA j— J SURE/ THAT'S ABOUT THE PJSTAMCE I PACED OFF FROV\ THE MARKER TO THE FEMCE/ v & U. S. PAT. OFF. -'*'<: '&£*%<' /' (0-13 By MERRILL BLOSSER <L (I

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