Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1938 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 21, 1938
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, October 21, 1938 CLASSIFIED RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c Thwe Urfte»-3Hc word, mln. 50c ti* time*-6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minimum 12.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. In making word count, disregard classification name sucn as "For fient," "For Sale," etc.—this is free. %ut each initial or name, or complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RENT—Three-room mod».m furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Tot»X 15 words, at 2e word, 30c for one time; at SVtc word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTS: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill. PHONE 768 City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 767 STAR GAZER HORIZONTAL 1 Founder of astronomy. 7 This lived from 1564 to 1642. 13 Perfume. 14 Toil. 16 Medicine receptacle carried at belt. 17 English coins, 19 2000 pounds. 20 Valley. 21 To swagger. 23 Indian gateways. 25 Goddess of the dead. 26 Second trial. 29 Sweet potato. 30 Year. 31 He invented 3 33 Southeast. 34 Form ol "be.' 35 Born. 36 Skirt edge. 38 Sauntering lazily. Answer lo Previous Futile 41 Bewitching women. 42 Credit. 43 Dinner. 45 To put on. 46 To'plant. 48 Those who twist radio dials. 50 To promise 52 Mineral. 53 Punitive. 55 Fuel 57 He ranks among the great . VERTICAL 1 To depart. 2 Worshipper. 3 Pertaining to lore, 4 Persia. > ^ 5 Ell. 6 Grain. 7 Electrified particle. 8 Transpose. 9 Falsifier. 10 Insertion. 11 Amphitheater centers. 12 Negative. 15 Paris stock exchange. 18 Shown upon a screen. 20 Cetaceans. 21 Me founded experimental 22 Snaky fish. 23 Philippine peasant. 24 Ducks. 27 X. 28 Frozen water. 31 To aecorats. 32 Ever. 34 Dye. 37 Form of "I." 39 Flocks. 40 Manner of walking. 41 Bird. 44 Slow (music). 45 Compnct. 47 Custom. 49 Clay soil 51 Strife. 53 Father. 54 Behold. 56 Plural pronoun "The More You Tell the Quicker Yon Sell" Service* Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. 1-26 Ic Permanent Oil Wave 51.50. All work Guaranteed. White Way Beauty Shop. Phone 119. . 20-3tc Losl LOS i'—Brown leather purse, eon- tiiining white pearl compact. Return to Abbey Hutchens, 707 East Division, Phone 79. 20-3tc LOST--Thursday at Henderson football Ka'ine ladies yellow gold Elgin wrist watch. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 21-Gt-dh. Wanted WANTED 50 MEN AND WOMEN to try SYNNOTTS Pile preparation. Guaranteed satisfaction and relief or your money refunded. Ask your druggist for SYNNOTTS pile preparation tod,.y at Ward & Sons, Hope, Arkansas Oct 7, 14, 21 Take advantage of our special offer . . . repair, repaint, or re-roof now and be prepared for winter. No down payment, small monthly terms. Hempstead County Lumber Co. 20-6tc FOR SALE—A rear stock farm. 387 acres. 90 acres cultivated. Three houses, two barns, deep well, farming tools, well fenced, will sell cheap. A. C. Erwin. 19-3tp Save Money by making repairs and save your home. Let us furnish lumber, paint and roofing. No down payment, pay by month. Sec us for information concerning reixiining. No obligation. Hcmpslcnd County Lumber Co. 20-Gtc A new device has been invented for airplanes which warms pilots whenever they arc approaching mountains H LS mi altimeter which registers height above land. For Site FOR SALE-SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh FOR SALE—80-ncrc farm, 7 miles west of Hope on Highway 67. Terms. Phone B. C. Hollis. 21-3lp Re-roof NOW before cold weather and rains begins. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hempstcnd County Lumber Co. 20-Glc FOR RENT FOR RENT—3 room apartment, K-iragc, utilities paid. 100 E. Avc. B. Phone 908W. Mrs. B. M. Jones. 18-3te KOH RENT—3 room furnished apart. inenl, giiriiec, utilities paid. 100 K Avc. B. Phone 908VV. Mrs. B. M Jones. 21-3tc FOR RENT—Room with or wlthottt board. Reasonable. Mrs. T. E. Urreyi 315 West Division street, phone 634. 20-3tc Today's Antwer to CRANIUM CRACKER Question on I'ngc One The men's full names were Sir William Schwenck Gilbert ami Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan. A ' librettist is a man who writes the words for n dramatic musical pro- cluction. Ponumee is a seaport , town in Cornwall, Eng. 'Style pirates" have become so skillful nt copying exclusive dress de" signs nt flooding the market with them thnt dressmakers of London and Paris lose $2,000,000 annually in this way. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS You Owe It to Yourself TO TRY OUR Superior Dry Cleaning Methods and see the difference it makes In the appearance of your clothes. Phone 148 COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY CLEANERS EVEN IF A\V LJMCLH PEACH PlP HAVE A WEAKNESS FOR peg)*;. IM<3 INTO I'M MOT GOIWCj TO DEPRIVE HIM OF A GLASS EYE —I'LL \ CalVE YOU FIVE DOLLARS V TOR IT i S/ ' Sru'T.'-VJTr.- BUT FOR TME PROMISE I MAPE MS'CLIENT X WOULDN'T CiWE OM£ FARTHING, BUT KMOWIMcS THAT HE WILL. REIMBURSE MS FOR ITS RETURN/HERS IS TEN DOLLARS TO REWARD VOU FOR F IMPING IT*. E6AD, THAT MEANS A l^O PROFIT WHEN 1 RETURW THE EYE AND THE420O REWARD/ J WELL, AH ~NO, i 6UEss I'LL WAIT FOR TH' STRANGER TO COME BACK AMD F5G- CLAIM THE EYE-*.I IT'S. WORTH t IO OF YOUR A4ONGY, HE OU3HT TO PAY A HANDSOME REWAFOy, MAYBE A HUNDRED DOLLARS, TO TH' MAf WHO RECOVERED IT/ ^v-C^^/^?^ 55 ^!^^ 'HA-THATfLL, SCARE 2f HIM INTO PAVING p. "REAL DOU6H FOR 3 REST AND RELAX Enjoy a good game of Billiards with your friends. CRINER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater The planet Mercury plunges toward the sun for a period of 44 clays, slows clown to take an abrupt curve in its path, and then speeds up again in another long plunge. Delinquent Land Sale Continued from Page Five NAME Parts of Lots jt S C X -* O C3 r»» ^) | ^|c3 3 ^CL 3 > E-i R. L. Wardlaw Lot 6 2 10 J. D. Eley Lot 7 2 10 R. L. Wardlaw Lot 3 4 10 R. L. Wardlaw Lot 5 4 10 ATKINS ADDITION, McCASKILL . Claude Long W'/j Lot 1 3 5 GORHAM ADDITION. McCASKILL H. E. Gorham Lots 1-2 2 10 SCOTT ADDITION, McCASKJLL C. T. Atkins Lot 6 I 10 G. W. Hood Lots 1 to 14 2 20 McCASKILL CORPORATION, McCASKILL, ARKANSAS J. D. Eley Est Pt. £\V SW 35 9 25 20 350 Marshall Scott .... N Pt. NW NE 2 10 25 5 450 McNAB, ARKANSAS Willard Moore Lots 8-9 1 J. A. Haynes Lot 1 a MAXWELL ADDITION McNAB Oscar Gilmore Lots 8-9-10 1 Ella Parker Lot 4 2 Janies Cook Lot 5 2 Ella Parker Lots 4-5-6 8 Ella Parker Lots 1-2-3 9 OZAN, ARKANSAS . W. D. Jones, Jr Lots 1 to 6 S'/i 7 18 OZAN CORPORATION . Mrs. Lona Hill Fu NW NW 31 10 25 8 PATMOS, ARKANSAS W.T.Martin Lot 7 5 SHOVER SPRINGS . R. G. Byers Lot 5 4 TOK1O, ARKANSAS M. L. Stuart Lots 10 to 13 4 Sam Huddleston u E Pt. Lot 1 5 Earn Huddleston .. Lots 10-11 a WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS Lot 3 1 E 19' Lot 3 All 4 4 Pt. Lot 2 6 Pt. Lot 2-3 All 4 15 Lots 2-3 20 Lots 3-4 29 Pt. 1-2-3-4 60 James London J. P. Byers Geo. Cirrigan W. A. Gage & Co Mrs. E. W. Smith Henry Saunders T. J. & Claude Garner Ella Monroe Mrs. E. W. Smith . W. A. Gage &. Co 10 10 70 60 10 20 60 10 300 55 40 30 10 220 40 250 100 1000 500 200 50 100 200 10 Block 75 Block 93 Block 104 DIXON ADDITION, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS Lucy Samuels & L. Turner . Lots 3-4 88 10 WASHINGTON JR. W. H. Stingley AH Block 8 10 Reuben Carter Block 35 and 36 500 Reuben Carter Block 55 and 56 100 .99 .99 .99 .99 .77 .99 .99 1.42 15.80 20.16 .93 .93 3.21 2.84 .93 1.32 2.84 .93 11.61 2.64 2.07 1.69 .75 4.74 2.29 11.44 4.91 44.11 17.60 9.26 2.73 4.91 9.26 .99 .99 .77 11.44 2.73 GVPS = J 10-1 r vOU YOUMG GUVS \ MAKE. ,V,t= LAUGH -- A YOU COME. HERE FULL OF AMBITIONJ TO BE PRESIDENT OF TH' COMPANY SOME DAY.... LOOKIT ME-I BEEM HERE TWENMV YEARS/ YOU (JOT TO WAIT TILL SOMEBODY KICKS TH' BUCKET - THEM YOU GOT OWE CV4AK1CS IN A 7HOUSAKJ'/ WELL, THAT'S NOT A BAt> ' OL 1 OUS, THERE, SPENDS HALF HI3 r.-.V OM DERBY TICKETS, AW 1 HE TV4IMKS OWE CHAKJCE IM A THOUSAN' IS WO CHANCE, A-TALL— HIS ' TICKETS .VEH, AMD HE'S GETTIU 1 RAID PER,HIS CHANCES HERE.BUT HE USES HIS PAY TO PAY PER. OKIE- CHANCE IM MILLIONS- HE THINKS THAT'S A GOOD GAMBLE BAD MEDICIKJE AND GOOD It is said that one of the reasons given by Louis . XIV for the -building of the 'great palace '"at" VercaTes was that it-would'provide employment for 30,000 workmen, over iriay years. ; SEE JETT .WUJ4AMS For Quick Service w;hen making your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by a Government Licensed Classci. IDS South Walnut Street WE ARE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of Cold Storage and Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES nv ycx: .JRwiLU'V-'S, Off. IO-ZI XOO COtAt OOE.R TO OOR. Around the Campus iot, u>o voo ALLEY OOP TOOAV f \<bSi'T I'M XOO'R.t LOOWAM' TWM6 '' By EDGAR MARTIN , I SVo«,t i OO&VUTfV GAS RANGES—HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic Water Heaters Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 NAME Part of Section c/5 11 ~ N. B. Williamson N. B. Williamson Mary E. Perdue . Mrs. E. W. Smith Frank Booth . Henry Trent B. H. Keel H. W. Stingley Walter Lee Mary E. Perdue B. H. Keel B. H, Keel B. H. Keel Nin Colston I. L. Pilkinton Jim Page WASHINGTON . ..Pt. NW SE . Pt. SW SE Pt. NW NW Pt. NW NW Pt. SW NW Pt. SE NW Pt. NE NE Pt. NE NE Pt. NE NE Pt. NE NE Pt. NW NE Pt. SW NE Pt. SE NE Pt. SE NE Pt. NW SE . Pt. SE NE CORPORATION 21 21 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 '& 28 28 28 28 28 28 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 1 25 667 13.4s 4 5 7.1:: 5.-1J 2 4.3H 10.92 2.01 5.94 10 30 50 20 30 230 I'M 'Ml 150 15 30 51 600 50 .9!) 1.86 184 1.42 1.86 11.44 13.82 5.66 7.08 1.64 1.86 1.20 1.86 2.73 26.69 2.73 And notice ii hereby given that the .several Tracts, LoUs. unrj Parts of Lots, or so much thereof as may be necessary to r a >' ln '- Taxes, Penalty and Costs due thereon, will be .sold by the County Collector at the Courthouse in said County on the First Monday in November, 1938. unless the Taxes, Penalties anrl Costs be paid before that tune, and the sale will be continued from day to day until the said Tracks, Lots, and Parts of Lots be sold. NOTE: Said Tracts. Lots and Parts of Lots will be sold to the highest bidder, and if less than the whole of any Tract, Lot or Part of Lot be purchased, it will be .surveyed in a .square or legal subdivision, Commencing in the Northeast comer of said Track. Lot. or Part of Lot. RAY E. MCDOWELL, County Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas HH| Government COTTON LOANS Quick Service Classed and paid imme- ditcly in our office, TOM K9NSER Bring or send your sealed samples to me. Licensed to classify and certificate cotton for 1938 government cotton loan. •H Hope, Ark. o ' VOUR ) HE BIG, FIERCE DINOSAUR^TO LOOK AT BUT 50 ^^ BR *'ER HEART EVER BEAT IN A CRITTER'S BREAST/ That Ought to Hold 'Em CAKi'T Be 1 HFsNWX Vb 5OCH 6OV , \ WOOV-OSi'T AWX 6\<a.\_ f OR H\M '. 60X VT WASH TUBES WHAT? HAVE VOU THE EFFRONTERY TO 5TANO THERE AND KEEP UP THI3 ZEL.IF IT WASN'T FOR THIS LITTLE KAKKV, FOOZV AND DINNV AND ME WOULDN'T BE ALIVE TODAV.V LI55EN-- SEMOEHA WcKEE HAS AW UWVtJELCOME 6WTOR, BULL. SWE DON' WEESH TO REWWM \N CfAIV., OR BE KEEL. V6T SHE POM 1 WEESH HEEW TO AMMOV HE 1 n.-tnr, • T- mi^m f v i.-.'.jJt'-":»t.-..ij'3fl"^VTNf A'SERVICE. INC. Bull Dawson Knows Them By V. T. HAiMLIN — AND THEN TH' KILLER CERRA, ROARING WITH / PAIN, HIS TAIL BETWEEN ) HIS LEGS, HAULED . ' -v. OFF AND /OH.FQOZA, 5CRAMMED.' ( VOU POOR] BOV/.1/ vou JES WANTS HIM )DISCOURAGED VS THAT VT, THAT'S NOW.THAS WOT I CALLS A JOB TO WE UK\U', M\SS. A FIRST CLASS DISCOURAGER THA'S kAE. JUST "^&\W\ME H\S NAME / H\S FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHO? WE HAVE A PAL BV THE SIAK\E O' / By ROY CRANE OH, I KEEPS ASREA6T O 1 THE ' TUAES, MISS. VOU JES LEAVE \T TO WE.. ,'N' I GUARANTEES YE'LU WEVER BE BOTHEREDi. Freckles Goes Unpatriotic See What You Bake Use Pyrex OVEN WARE 30 to 50% Reduction Bed Room Suites Just Received a Full Assortment. Hope Hardware COMPANY By MERRILL BLOSSER IT DIDN'T WORK--- FRECKLES IS STlLt_ PARKED ON THE BENCH' / 1 BET HE'S ^-\;MAD .' iF HE sor \ IN THE SAME- NOW HE'D TEAR. TME OTHER. ; TEAM APART/ _y vVSFfensL CAN'T YOU PUT ME IN, COACH ? WE DONT NEED YOU.' ~"~^ LOOK AT THE SCOREBOARD SHADYSIDE 13, WE&LEY O ' O WEBI Vf- O -.^•' V '/ *ti *' ! f-' ."VS?^^WE&I '.' •/•*,- jjl-jj «h..-*).' *^a?X,,i --s.~.-, L1J-. MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE AREN'T YOU ( NOT GOMNA ) UNLESS pur we IM / WESLEY AT ALL COACH ? SUDDENLY COMES Tb LIFE AND TIES THE SCORE/ Petro Guessed Wrong WELL, PAL-WHAT •DO WE PO MOW? COVKR THESE BICDS V.'ITH THEM WE JUViP INJiu r THEIR VESTS AklD HATS/J By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll \WE'R& Ikl LUCK,WHlTEV/ THEY EVIDEWTLV HAVEW'T NOTICED THE FRACAS FBOM THE VILLA... ALL WE'VE C.OT TO DO MOW IS WAIT/ MEAM'.VHILE. \ /VT THE VILLA, THE SPIDEC'S PACTV is iM- TER.RUPTED PLEASE, PETRO THOSE SHOTS- AREN'T VOU CO ING TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED ? SHE'S R1C.HT, BOSS - \\'E'D BETTER HAVE A PEEP R r- tJ . COME ALOkJO.MyRA- ' '-\AV8E WE SEE SOME OF YOUR FRIEUOS STRETCHED IM MY CORRAL, YES ? j- O O O O C' C

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