Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 9, 1938 · Page 2
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HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS Star Star of Hope, 1899; !>ress, 1P27. Consolidated January 18, 1929 0 Jitstice, Deliver Thy Herald From Pake Report! « ev * ry w 66 *- 11 ^ afternoon-by Star Publishing Co., Inc. C. B. Pahnct & Alex H. Washburu, at The Star building, 212-214 South walnut street, Hope, Ark. G. E, PALMER, President ALEX M. WASHBtiRN, Editor and Publisher (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—-Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Knt* (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per'week J«m per 1 ? < * n « 65c: one year $ 6 ' 30 - By maU - in Hempstead, Nevada. Howard, ,MUIer and LaFayette counties, $3.30 per yenr; elsewhere $6.50. *£? A 880 ^'^ prws: The Associated Press is exclusively en- to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, of memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility o r the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. This Business Revival Demands Attention If there is anything to the theory that n business revival sets alonp faster when the people really believe that the revival is taking place it would be . their da'Tv ^ *" Americans lo pa - v a »ention to the business news in According to the most recent dispatches, an upswing of really substin- tial proportions is at last under way. y suostan Consider, for instance, a currait survey in the Wall Street Journal This lepteLte"haTre 0a ched^he FranCeS ***"* ™ My ' nB ' hat ^ cm tfwnent in that October would almost certainly be much Wte/than So ptember^rodu'c- 'f ll-» r«-Vl*frtl. <•..•.*> Inn..—.- f I*, L, — ,. " I —•.•!* V*Vt «V, ent is booming and may even break the record J t° approximately 57 per cent of capacity New trade leaders expect the sales trend to go on rising for several 11. ."*• M Is authorised to make the following candidate announce, iwsttfs subject Jo the action of the city Democratic primary election Wednesday, November 30: For Mayor J. A. EMBREE For Alderman, Ward One A. C. ERW1N J. R. WILLIAMS for Alderman, Ward Four SY£> MCMATH ^The_More You Tell the Quicker You Sell Service* Offered K- th K e . r -; 1 ? ei #t car lyings for the week ending October 13 stood at^Uie mghest point for any week since November 7 1937 Freight movement by truck is also up, the September figures-for the first 'time this year-showing an increase over the corresponding month in 1937 n e New York Times business index stands at the year's high In the ' belt things are boomi "g- with «en returning to work r * 0 '."* risi "S steadily. Increased movement of f *? reflected in lhe «8«fes for Great Lakes shipping which October reached its highest level for the year. • ' J^« reCit8l u 0f SUctl facts Wakes rather d «H reading, perhaps It is a little 1 - iES Wltod *""• dly phases ' B «« *« while And that, in turn, is the best sort of news Americans could hear We somefcmes forget how closely the world's troubles today are related iq economy depression. Revolutionary movements, dictatorship war scares re-armament drives, cut-throat trade wars that endanger world peace-^U of these ai one way or another grow out of economic collapse They arTmade ornmouE ! by the pressure which hard times exert on desperate people W ° ean take « *<** Peri.s. of ,. - , * "• "'"'""a rianotliN Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association, and of Hygeia, the Health Magazine Skin Irritations in Industry .May Be Prevented With Care - People who work in industries now- ;arfays suffer to an alarming extent .from an sorts of irritations of the skin. These come from contact with strong acids, alkalis, metallic salts, soaps and cleansers. Sometimes the eruption of the skm occurs because the person is ; especially sensitive to some chemical •or' other substance with which he comes in contact. , '"In the case of inflamWation of the akin due to an irritating factor, the very first contact with the irritating substance may be sufficient if the substance is in strong enough concentration to set up inflammation. In other cases, the inflammation- does not come until there has been prolonged contact with a weak solution of the substance. When the person happens to be sensitive to some special ingredient o substance in the materials with whic he is associated, a certain period o time may be required before the person becomes sensitized, and thereafter the eruption is constantly present. Various means have been suggested o protect people against such irrita- ion of the skin. In many instances he use of acid-resisting or alkali- resisting gloves, or the wearing of aprons or shields may be all that is necessary. In other cases, employers may provide thick pastes which are put on the hands' and which will protect the skin from irritation. When the irritation results from fumes or dust, these substances may be removed by installing a suction apparatus and providing for adequate ventilation of the workshop In some cases the action of the irritating substance is severe only when it is prolonged. If the worker will invariably wash his hands thoroughly after his daily work he may avoid the irritation. In other instances, it has been found that the soap or the cleaner which is used after the day's work is over is- responsible, particularly in workers who use gasoline or turpentine to wash the hands. In eliminating cases of irritation of the skin due to sensitivity, it has been suggested that the proper selection ofj the work r and the early recognition of the condition and of its nature are the chief factors to "be considered. Although one type of skin is just ns easily sensitized as another, it is a fact that in certain industries dry skin is advantageous, whereas in other industries a moist skin is better. Thus Drs. E. D. Osborne and J. W. Jordon point out that dry skin is desirable in industries where gases and dusts are present, and a moist skin is desirable where liquid irritants are used. It is, of course, possible in industries where there is available an industrial medical department to make special tests of all new workers to determine whether or not they happen to be sensitive to any of the special substances with which they 'n-.ny come in contact in that particular industry. An employer would not be warranted in employing a person with such a special sensitivity. See Hempstead Mattress Shop, 712 West Fourth, for New and Re-built, Phorte Paul Cobb. 658-J. FORKENl" FOR ftENT—Furnished front room, connecting bath, hot water, garage ndults only, 712 East Third Street' Phone 735. 7..1tn ___ For See us for remodeling or repairing your home, nil building materials and supplies sold on long easy terms. Wil- linms Lumber Co. . 7-Gtc FOR SALE—Rhode islana Pullets. They ure nice. Hugh D. Clark. 8-3tp FOR SALE—Filling station, tourist camphor sale or rent, Hi miles north of Prescott on 67. Mrs. Ida E McGuire. 7. 3t FOR SALE—SORQHUM SYRUP At STAR OFFICE. 13-20tdh We have two used pianos repossessed in this vicinity stored nt W. A. J. Mills. Will let go for balance due! Payments $5.60 per month. Beasleys Music Co., Texarkann, U. S. A. 7-3tc FOR SALE—Alt white porcclin cook Stove, 4 burners nnd oven at E. C Brown Cotton office. Good ns new J. S. Con way, Jr. 7_3t FOR SALE—Beauty work, the best in permanent. Herloise, Kathleen, Carmen, Vonceil. Kate's Beauty and Gift Shop, "For Something New Call * 2 IM-Nov 31c _ Wanted to Renl WANTED TO RENT-To^rm modern house. Ample yard space desirable, Call 8(>1. 8-3tp. Notice NOTlCE-5% F. H.~A. Loans, $100 S-" , U & « , W ' Tnylor ' Of"" 309 First National Bank Build!ng.29-Gt c NOTlCE-Local money to loan on mproved farm lands and city property- low interest rotes; quick action. Harry J. Lemley, Hope, Arkansas. IM-Nov 24-c Lo»t LOST—Light red mare mule 12 years old, weight 800 Ibs. Reward. Notify Carter Smith, MeNnb or R. M. LuGrone Jr.. Hope. 8-3tp Wanted WANTTfiD—Nrttlv.e arid paper shell pecans. Highest prices paid; p. A. Lewis' Motor Co. 304 East 2ml Si. Phone JO. JUZflle " He Made $3.50 On His Chickens MUNFORDSVILLE, Ky.(/F')-^Hobarl Cortiter. restaurateur, figure* He made 11 profitable deal in buying six frying chickens for $1.50. Inside one of the chirkens, ho found n gold tooth. A jeweler appraised It nt $5. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ...with... MAJOR HOOPLE Today'* Answer* to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions 'on Pap: One 1. True. White horses,.tire born gruy. 2. Fnlse. John Marshall WHS the third chief justice of lhe I), s. 3. Fnlfle. Polar bears become iic- cllmatbd quickly. •I. False. Beavers do not use their tails [is trowels. S. True. Herbert Hoover was the first President born West of tlu« Mississippi river. FOR SALE—193G DeLux tuclor Plymouth, firnull ntyniont.s, i n g 00 d comlltio.n. Phone Hope Star 708. 9-3tc lit France, one.man In every six ttses n bicycle and pays an annual tax if 12 frnfics for doing so. t, < ft* |r" i« OUT OUR WAY LISTEW TO THIS~~* BY A (MISPRINT ON THS OFFICIAL BALLOT, MA3TOR HOOPLE, RUNNJIN& FOR SENATOR,WAS ELECTED PCCJ CATCHER INSTEAD' WO DOUBT THE /V\A<£jfc>R,* WILL BE AS MUCH AT HOME CHASIMG GROWLERS INTO THE POUND AS HE WOULD KUSHIN6 THEM IN THE SENATE/" FISHERMAN'S GUIDE /HORIZONTAL '11,5 Most famous ,'4 • writer on j :' fishing. 46 Current --- events; ; n Officer's • • assistant. !-J2 To slumber, £1,4 Bfief rule. .1G New England • fish. 17 Transpose. 'l&Sprite. • : 20 Bone, 'i 2V Grain. |,22 Ventilating machine. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 Southwest. I. -»*v*^ 1*****.., -»-* -»jf\,evi» ^24 In such a way 46 Sooner than ' that. 47 Parr! ooma that. ^S Comprehen- !' sion. ;;28 Bulb flower. 30 Swift canoe. : 31 Scholar. '.S3 Spirit. -i3-l Venomous snake. 36 Boy. 37 To place. 47 Card game. 48 Pronoun. 49 Skins for gloves. 52 Blacker. 54 Cuckoo. 55 Devoured. 58 Fish. 59 This man lived in the 17th century. VERTICAL 1 Into. 2 Ciphers. 3 Inspired 'reverence. 4 Onager. 5 Pensive. .„.,»,. C Upright shaft. 43 Luster. 7 Rubber wheel 45 Strong taste, _j 4R Hill clnno 16 His book: "The . Angler." 19 Ardent I/ anglers' are his s, 21 Turf. 23 An effort. 25 Gazelle. 26 Spain. 27 Arterial throbbing. 28 Pertaining to tides. 29 Kettle. 32 Moccasin. 35 To peep. 37 Laborer. 39 Broken victuals. 41 Parts of metric feet. 42 Tip. *---•-- —« * i vii v.cutuijr. 38 Electrical unit. 80 He was a 40 Marine of the paintings. outdoors. 8 Land rights. 9 Northeast. 13 Law. 15 Russian mountains. 48 Hill slope. 50 Nothing. 51 Street. 53 Young goat, 5G Sound of pleasure. 57 Corpse. Old business correspondence yielded a parchment map which showed the way to a gold cache of $70,000 in France. Thar's gold in them thar bills. The news Benes is regaining his health in England suggests British statesmen did not forget the president when they were dividing Czechoslovakia. Now they are giving him the rest. The torn cat that hissed at Governor Lehman the other day when the governor's car missed hitting the animal was simply expressing thanks to hiss- oner. The drunk-sobering machine perfected for use at the New York World's Fair should be known as the sot machine, and the attendants should work in staggered shifLs. Primo Camera will play the part of a dumb waiter in his first Italian movie role. Probably because he's adept as going down and coming up. ME, GENMUM AM <3oY MlSTAH MAtTAH's BREAKFAST h'EAH FO'wiM HE AIM'TFEELIN' SPECIALLY PURSUING BEAGLES WILL BE A MGW ROLE POR OUR JJ UMBER OWE MAN AFTER THEY'VE BEEM YAPPIWC3 AT HIS HEELS FOR YEARS/ 1 CHIPPER DIS By J. R. WILLIAMS £f, i V * UHE MAOOR is VERY LOW TODAY= ,\ TIOV.O THE ALLEY OOP A Matter of Opinion NOW DON'T 6IT MAD ER EXCITED TILL! EXPLAIN, JIS LIKE YOU WITH DlSH- WARSHIN 1 . I DON'T LIKE- TO COME HOME EVERY DAY AN' FIND TH' YARD FULL 0' LEAVES, SO I GOT A INVENTION UP TO SHAKE 'EM' ALL. DOWN OUICK AN' GIT IT OVER WITH.' WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY voowto v\ Ht VOKS A .. OF e;OMH MOvWt OOA^Vf '. FOR SOVAt 5O^\'c." s ;H\t^i6 AV.OM& ,W\ TO UP ^HE HOU.X- * VOOOO I 1 . Vjovolxoo OIO. O\OK»'T YOOf Legal Notice NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION " Notice is hereby given that the County Examiner of Hempstead County, has called an election to be held in Guernsey School District No. 20-B of Hempstead County, on the 26th day of November, 1938, at which the qualified electors in said School District shall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan Fund, and thn levying of a special tax of 5 mills annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the district so long as is necessary to repay said loan and :he interest thereon. Such election shall be held at Guernsey School Building (white) on the 2Cth day of November, 1938, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock p. m. and 6:30 o'clock p. m., and otherwise in the same manner as is pro- j vided by law for holding annual school' elections. Witness my hand this 8th day of \fovember, 1938. E. E. AUSTIN, County Examiner, 1-16-23 Hempstead County. WELL, XAWiy-HERE WE ARE AT OU£ NEW HOME / BE REAL MICE AM 2V HER! yOLJ'KJ A/ WASH TUBBS Did He Say Peace and Quiet? By EDGAR MARTI N J FLATTER ME VOEETH MUCH ATTENTION AS WASH PASSES >»THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE FOR THE HUNDREDTH TIME, HOPING TO SEE CAROL, ONE OF THE MAIDS SMILES HIM. The Trees Have Eyes By v. T. HAMLIN' f) N i f • • i •' • •d'vJc 6EE, WOTTA BREAK! TWmKSI'tA^TUCK OM HER J IF OMW I CAM PERSUADE HEC TO LET WE INSIDE, OBOV, *A/KYBE I CAVi SPEAK TO CAEOU.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS LISTEN, \ OH.SEWOR, YOU ... w BABy, LET'S \ MOT CLIKAB OW THE YOU AND (WIWDOW. COWE,I WEE OPEW THE KtTCHEK. DOOP FOR ( YOU, By ROY CRANE Alterations Planned YOU HERE, TIEY KEEt YOU CLASSIFIED RATES One time—2c word, minimum 30c three times— 3>4c word, min. SOe Six times—6c word, minimum 90c One month (26 times)—18c word, minunum $2.70 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 complete telephone number, counts as a full word. For example: FOR RFJVT-Three-room mod«rn furnished apartment, with garage, close in. Bargain. J. V. Blank, phone 9999. Total. 15 words, at 2c word, 30c for one time; at 3Vic word, 53c for three times, etc. NOTE: All orders placed by telephone are due and payable upon presentation of bill PHONE 768 By MERRILL BLOSSER You JUST HAVE To BELIEVE T _ - ! "THIS KEY- CONTAINER. BEUONGS TO A FELLOW NAMED DUDLEY WANSLE —- AND HE PLANNED ALL THIS / He's TRYING To GET ME IN WRONG / HE'S TME: GUY WHO LEFT ME UP ! HE'S A LITTLE TALLER. THAN i AM, BLACK , SLICKED- DOWN HAIR AND WON'T HOOK REASONABLE/ KIN YOU DESCRIBE HAS SORT OF A SNUB NOSE' AFTER. I. GET- HOLD OP ^^ >™-=» "ii igjaaaiiri -^*\^^^^ w-r ^ MYRA NORTH. SPECIAL NURSE you w\v GO ijj OE A WOMEU, LAME-BUT COio'T ..,,.. IS- WELL, IT'S ABOUT AAV REPOB-T..,! MEED THE WOEDHOG OF SPAEEOW LAST PHOK1E MESSAGE OF COURSE- YOU'LL FIUD IT EIGHT HERE- A.»> Figured Out jjjHRay Thompson andjgharles Coll WHEW SFAREDvy~VuSs S TO MAKE THE FLIGHT HE'D SA>Y "COODBy"- ">» can. 1»MBY Hit, 8MVICC. IHC. T. M. MO. U a. p, T . Off 11 0 Cl (1 Cl (I fl Cl

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