Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 25, 1938 · Page 4
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H03P1 STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS f " CLASSIFIED RATES Oirt tltoe-& word, minimum SOc TlxW* titoe9-3^o word. min. SOc IBs t!me»-6c word, minimum 90c 0HS fnbflth (26 times)—18c 1 %to*d, mSniinum -——_ $.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only. : In making word count, disregard classification name sucfc 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, 15 words, at 2e word, SOc for one time; at 3V4c word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 The term "dag days" for late summer originated in the belief dogs were especially liable to go mad at that time, thoug actually fewer go mad in summer than in any other season. Does Bladder Irritation WAKE YOU UP? Its not normal Its nature's warning "Danger Ahead." Your 25c back if this 4-day test does not help nature flush excess acid and other wastes from the kidneys. Excess acids can cause the irritation resulting in getting up nights, frequent or scanty flow, burning, backache or leg pains. Just say Bukets (25c) to any druggist. Locally at Briant's Drug Store, John S. Gibson Drug Co. OPERATIC HEROINE HORIZONTAL 1. Heroine of a poptfar opera 7 •—- wrote the opera. 12 Narcotic. 13 Ascended. 14 Ships' records 15 Kind of pier. 16 Flat round- plate. * 18 Leg joint. 19 Grazed. 20 Musical note. 22 Arid. 24 Subsists. 25 Exiles. 30 Therefore. 31 Crow's call. 32 Branch 33 Form of "be." 35 Persian coin. 37 Great fear. 39 To apportion. 4! Tennis stroke 42 Company. 43 Form of "we." 45 Farewell! 46 Electrified particle. 47 Golf warning cry. 49 Headdress. Answer «o Pftvlons Pottle. , Qctolier 26,1988' 51 Bone. 52 Wild ox. 54 By. 56 Spelter. 58 Bay window. 59 Assyrian god. 60 Bitter drug. 62 She was a Spanish girl. 63 She worked as a maker. VERTICAL 1 Mountain pass 2 Genus of eels. 3 Unpliant. 4 The main body. 5 ArW. 6 Recent. 7 The soul. 8 Persia. 9 Striped. 10 Compound ethers. 11 English beverage. 17 Hint in a mystery. 18 Recognized. 19 She was slain because she was . 21 Dye. 23 Warbles. 25 Hurried. 26 Lug. f 27 Thrived. 28 Eucharist vessel. 29 Depressed. 31 Taxi. 34 Ocean. 36 Prayer beads. 37 Drone bee. 38 Duct. 40Limicolinc bird. 42 Pertaining to coal. 44 Special college • student. 47 Enemies. 48 Narrative poem. 49 Rough broken cliff. 50 To arrange in order. 53 Frost bile. 55 Silkworm. 57 Form of "no. 1 58 Giant king. 61 Southeast. Try Us For Your Meat Curing • J and Smoking. We Do It Right. «J Home Ice Company 516 East Third Street Hope, Ark. REST AND RELAX ; Enjoy a good game of Billiards ).. . ; ..'• with your friends." CRINER'S BILLAKD and J DOMINO PARLOR ! Next'door to-New Theater You Owe, It to Yourself TO?TRYOUR Superior Dry Cleaning Meth- Dds,;and'see;the difference it makes in, the appearance of your clotlies.'.-."'.'"" Phone 148" COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Too Late to Classify LOST—Brown and white liver-spotted pointer dog. Both ears brown. About 15 months old. Reward, Tommy Brumfield. 25-3tc Not now/ . . . thanks to Black- Draught. Often that droopy, tired feeling is caused by constipation, an everyday thief of energy. Don't put up with it. Try the fine old vegetable medicine that simply makes the lazy colon go back to work and brings prompt relief. Just ask for BLACK-DRAUGHT.. "An old friend of the family." Public Sale 1 will offer for Sale at my place, known as Reed's btqre, located 6 miles north of Hope, on the Hope and Bleviris Highway. Friday, Oct. 28, 1938 The following described personal property: 2 Mare Mules, 12 years old, about 1400 Ibs. each. 1 Mare Mule, smooth mouthed, about 900 Ibs 1 Horse Mule, smooth mouthed, about 900 Ibs 1 Mare, smooth mouthed, about 700 Ibs Good Milch Cow, giving milk Red Pole Heifer. l Jersey Heifer. Mower and Rake. 1 Moline Cultivator Yearling. < 1 Dodge Motor. Oliver Cultivator, used part of season John Deere Black Land Buster. John Deere Mixed Land Buster. . John Deere Steel Plow. 1 Top Harrow Georgia Stocks Sweeps, Scratches, Harness, etc. 1 Good as New Cook Stove. 2 Wood Heaters. 3 Bedsteads. 1 Washing Machine, used 1 year. About 75 bushels good ear corn. Other items too'numefous to mention. SALE BEGINS AT 10 O'CLOCK 1 Lunch Will Be Served. W. H. HARRIS, Owner J. M. HOCKETT, Auctioneer. Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas] Disputed Down Is Causing Comment Ruling Is Rival to Famed 14-Count of Dempsey Fight SOUTH BEND, Ind. — (ff) — The "wrong down" decision in Noitre Dame's 7 to 0 triumph over Carnegie Tech Saturday stirred the football world to the greatest argument of the season Monday. The ruling rivals, In controversial element, the famous fourteen count the late Dave Barry was alleged to have given Gene Tunney in his second world's heavyweight championship fight with Jack Dempsey. Johnny Getchell, of Minneapolis, a graduate of St. Thomas, referee of the game, is the "Dave Barry" of the situation. It was Betchell who advised Paul Friedlander, Carnegie quarterback, some three minutes after the fourth period started that Carnegie had the ball on third down with a yard to go. Actually, it was fourth down, and when the running play Friedlander called was short of the needed yardage, the ball went to Notre Dame on Tech's 47 yard line. Friedlander screamed that he would have ordered a kick if he had known it was fourth down, after Referee Get- cheil unhesitatingly admitted he had misinformed the quarterback. * The Carnegie players and Coach William Gern protested they should not be penalized for Getchell's error. Nevertheless the ball went over to Notre Dame, and the inspired Irish in three plays scored the touchdown that won. Coach Kern, back home in Pittsburgh, Monday termed the decision as the biggest "bonehead I ever saw pulled by any official. It certainly meant defeat for us." Elmer Layden, head coach at Notre Dame, expressed the opinion that Friedlander knew it was a fourth down when he disputed Referee Getchell's ruling. "I only want to point out," said Layden. "That it is the quarterback's duty to know what down it is. The score board and the headlinesman's marker showed fourth down. The Tech players knew it was fourth down Because they checked signals when ?Viedlander called for a running play. But he called it again, apparently trying to take a chance with official sane- ion. "Our quarterbacks always refer to the headlinesman's marker and abide by it. We have never received five downs in which to make 10 yards." "The More You Tell the Quicker You, SeW" WE ARE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of Cold Stoiv age and Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars GAS RANGES—HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic Water Heaters , Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 Services Offered See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built. Phone Paul Cobb. 658-J. l-26tc FOR RENT FOR SALE—Broilers each week, grown the sanitary way. Ben G. Southward, phone 119 or 113W. 22-3tp For Sale FOR SALE—SORGHUM SYRUP AT STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh FOR SALE—80-acre farm, 7 miles west of Hope on Highway 67. Terms. Phone B. C. Hollls. , 21-3tp Re-roof NOW before cold weather and raiii? begins. No down payment, easy monthly terms. Hcmpstcnd Counly Lumber Co. 20-6tc FOR SALE—One Bedroom, dining room suite,-with stove and electrical refrigerator. 614 South Main. Phone 463. 24-3tc FOR SALE—Cheap. Sandy top soil, ideal for filling low lots. Call 230. Hope Brick Works. 25-3tc x- of ffttw Star"! «,?00 CttjtehhUl edition glvfci com. tJet« authentic hlttoty of 20 South* wwt Arkansas town*. Buy now. Supply is limited, Bound copies, 50 cents ~«dd 12 cent* if desired to be mailed, unbound copies, 25 cents-add 6 cants >f you want it mailed. 3-tfrdb Notice NOTICE—Local money to loan on improved farm lands and city property; low interest rates,' quick acftion. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. IM-Nov 24-c The ^Lillian. Beauty Shop announces Its opening at Blevlns. All beauty work at reasonable pri«s*by a licensed op- erator - 25-ltp Take advantage of our special offer . .. repair, repaint, or re-roof now and be prepared {or winter. No down payment, small monthly terms. Hempstead Counly Lumber Co. 20-6tc Lost LOST—Thursday at Henderson football gaWp ladies yellow gold Elgin wrist watch. Liberal reward for return to Hope Star. 2i-8t-dh. Wanted WANTED—100 bushels of cnr corn. Mrs. B. C. Lewis, Hope Route Two. 25-3tc Today's Answers to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page One 1. False. Sacha Guttry is France's best-known actor. 2. True. 3. False. Ingenuous means noble, artless, or cnndtli. 4. True. 5. True. ' IMP mr^m Mk •HP' ^f Now that Hitler has been hit by bouquet from one of his frenllcdf wowlilpcrs .they're not going lo Rlva the frenzied worshipers any more bouquet!) td throw. A California man was elected constable the other day by a flip of the coin. A flip of the coin In the right di- rcction has elected iota of people to office. "Turkey to Stress Democracy at Fair," reads n headline. Gosh, hasn't democracy had stress enough lately?" Franco has dropped bread on the survivors of his air raids, a,nd now the Red Cross ships the country 25,000 bars of soap. To take the taste out o£ Loyalist mouths? An actress noted for her bursts of temperament married a song writer recently. Her friends arc hoping he' a be able to composer. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS VOU LL HAVE TO GET RIGHT AT TURNING THOSE DRIED APPLES OVER , AND DON'T MISS ANY OF THEM EITHER! I'VE FILLED TH LANTERNS FEAST ON THIS LETTUCE,, "OME EYE '•'/DID HE BITE / i HOODED HIM LIKE THE OLD PROMT GATE/ TO STOCK UP WITH SOME SHOP WORM SOLD BRICKS AMD GO INTO TWfe SUCKER GAME IK)' A BIG WAY f HUNDRED BUC VOU Dl DM'T »*-i.L" i^-Ty '". * TJi-sv* I >-<>*••. ' ^?m^^ —- ~.m& p|fpi^^/-g "rS^pS --^^iiip^^ j. u -^"'"^ vadflMBrars,^* BORN THIRTY YEARS, TOO By EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Send for the Wrecker XOO aw . OV COOtt-bt ,YOCrtBP>,V.\- |[ GOOC. VAtfsNTC MOCVK TO WE.- A 9aAC"UC(Vi_ ( | ALLEY OOP Standing Pat By V. T. HAMLIN NICE GOIN 1 , STOUT FELLA.'VOU'RE Y^ COIN' FINE .' VOU'LL SHOW "IM TH' ' KINOA STUFF VER MADE OF- WON'TCHA, 60V/ MATTER?? MV i GOSH* WASH TUBES Bull Doesn't Like Him By ROY CRANE VOU'VE CROSSED VW PATH OMCE TOO OFTEN, 1 OMCE A FOE 0' BUU. 61T 6EAW TO BE PICKED UR YOU WOBBLE- KMEEO 50FTIE, - 1 TO LET ,,eAH!,_ O HE AWT BIS ENOUGH ME YOUNG BUCKO, AW HECES WWERE SETTLES MMMC A TOES COPP 1»M BV NEA SERVICETlNC. T. M. REQ.'ij. S PAT art FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS And That's Practically Perfect By MERRILL BLOSSER ' /"" ^\( IT WASN'T ANYTHING / , / YOU WERE 1> WESLEY'S PRETTY FRECKLES, J OVERHEARD SOME BOYS TALK INS ! THEY SAID , , WERE /GOSH; GOING Tti (HONEST; ELECT Y3U / JUNE? A MEMBER, S NO OF THE <FOOLING? 23 CLUB/ IS IT? SAY. BECOME A MEMBER. OP THAT CLUB.TbUR. SCHOOL GRADES CAN ONLY RUN IN ONE DIRECTION •-FROM »A" To "A"' MAYBE SO, BUT THEY WERE STRONQ ENGLISH Tb HAVE THE SCORE TlEO UNTIL. YOU €OT IK THE LARD OPENED SUCH BO HOLES IN THAT LINE EVEN A BABY COULOA. . TODDLED TMRQU6H THEM.' ISNT THAT A BIO HONOR. ? WEAK. THIS YEAR/ MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE The Showdown By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll MAKE IT SMAPPy OR THAT -DOG'LL BE OKI OUR TAIL BEFORE WE CAM GET OFF THE &ROUMD/ IUMHEN HIS SHOT FAILS TO IN STOP I/J& HIS PLAUBj-THE SPIDER AND BENSOfiJ DASH THE &RL.S, TO THE. GSOUMDAMP LEAP FOR. 7HE1G. Kl ANOTHER. IKlSTA^s^• THE SPEEDV 'BLACK BULLET" ROi«K.S INTO THE AIR. WHITEV GREETS IT WITH /\ HAIL OF BULLETS AMD THE VICIOUS "DOC; FIGHT" BEdlMS/ WHOOPS.' I'VE 60T THE •DROP OW THEM WOW.' THE SPIDES'LU HAVE TO TAKE OFF INTO THE WIMD AMD THAT'LL BRIMd INTO U.S. TBRRITOKy/ HEAVEMS: is THAT AWY WAV TO TREAT A LADY/

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