Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1938 · Page 2
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."-u^-i HOPE §YAS, BOPU, 1927. Consolidated January 18,1929 Vi 0 Justice, Deliver Tky Herald From False Report I Published every week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., Inc. ' C. E. Palmer & Alex. tt. Washburn, at The Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. C. E. PALMER, President ALEX H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher , s t (AP) —Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Eneterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rate (Always Payable in Advance): By city carrier, per week , l*n per month 65c; one year 56.50. By mail, in Hemps'tead, Nevada, Howard, Mttter and LaFayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere ?6.50. of fhe Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited rto it 'or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. el Charges on Tributes. Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards oJ thanks, resolutions, or 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 or the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. if tf I •C f H I • o * s 2 fo wl r (V I a v JL 1 8 9 I p The Right Foundation for Our Defense Program Before Congress really gets down to work on the rearmament program, it is to be hoped that its members will appreciate the fact that, in a military sense, America oday is in the position of England during the 19th century. Which 'is to say that America today is an insular nation. Its true defense lies on the sea. Just as England was protected by its "moat" until the modem bdmbing plane rendered the most useless, so today America is protected by its own moat—the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. And no military program the nation can devise is worth paying for unless it is found on that simple fact. Modern armaments take three forms—land, sea and air. And an insular nation'must approach its defense problems from a different angle than a nation whivh does not enoy the protection of the sea. Germany, for instance, must have a very strong army in order to be secure; it must have peace-time conscription and all the rest of the machinery that enables it to put an overwhelming force on the frontiers at a moment's notice. t But that is not at all the answer to the problem on this side of the Atlantic. A nation which can keep its enemies from getting near its frontiers does not need a strong frontier guard, A small, mobile force that can be rushed quickly to any danger spot is all it needs in the way of frontier defense But on the water the situation is reversed. Germaany can have security with a.-relatjyely small .navy; the United States, on the other hand, cannot have it without an exceedingly strong navy. For the simple, geographical fact that any possible enemy must cross the ocean before it can can get at him gives Uncle Sam the chance to hold all enemies at arm's length-provided that he maintains the right kind of fleet backed with an adequate air force _ This-is,an extremely important fact in relation to the prospects for American democracy. For a nation which must prepare in the European manner with conscription of manpower and regimentation of industry, must inevitably surrender some of ,ts iberties-as the French are learning today, o their sorrow But a sea power can have security without paying that price It was not ..by accident that Engand enjoyed unbroken freedom and democracy for so many years. It was able to do so becuase. being defended on and "y^S seaes, lt ' c ° uld attain security without supporting an immense miliarv esabhshment. And America today is in a similar situation ^ ^^^^^^^-^^ - ££ which have been discussed of late. Since we do not need those things we cS sive ourselvpB full eo^,^t,, «.:u.....i !_*_!_ _. .... L ' U "6 H T we can our political an remember that fcji, **j *"»• muiwra noiu>E,iN minor, Joiittial of the American Medical Assoctollon, and ot llygein, the Health Magazine Drugs in the Vanguard of Fight On All Diseases *••••. of the Race •-.-'• The science of medicine preced in epochs. .When Pasteur establish ed the germ causation of disease, bac teriology became the center of medica attention, and great numbers of invest igntors began the study of bacteria causation of disease. Then came antitoxin and vacines and much of medical attion was turnec to the development of such products as diphtheria typhoid. : and the development of specific vaccines and serum against other disease, like tetanus and cholera. When Paul Ehrlich discovered GQ6 or arsphenamine, medicine developec T no wtrend and began to study part- cularly the use of drugs which would ntve definite effects on certain type; of germs This trend .has produced •emarkable advances against many liseases. The most recent is, of course he discovery of the drug called sulf- be anilamide. This drug has been ound to be specific against certain orms of streptocoi, against some forms of pneumonia germ, and it may have uses in many different diseases. When sulfanilam'ide is taken into the body, itis absorbed from the stomach and is soon found in the blood and m the spinal fluid, penetrating as well into all of the organs, secretions and the tissues of the human body. Most of the material is excreated form Die body by way of the kidneys. Increases of fluid from the kidneys will increase the rate of excreation of the drug. If the kidneys have been damaged in any way, the excreation of the drug is delayed. Already many reports have appeared on the use of this drug in cases of septicemia. erysipelas and in the in- «fection which women sometimes sustain in childbirth. In many instances of meningitis, the infection of this remedy has been followed by favorable results. In cases of gonorrhea, it has been found most useful, particullary in reducing the complications which sometimes result from such infections Because of the remarkable results which have been secured with the drug in these conditions, attempts have been made to apply it in al sorts of other conditions like typhoid fever gas gangrene, undulat fever,' malaria' distemper, whooping cough and j n - fluenxa. In occasional cases the results have been excellent, but thus far, m general it is believed that much Salesman Wanted RAWLEIGH ROUTE available at once. Good.opportunity for .man over 25 with car, Write at once. Rawleigh'$ Dept, AKL-118J05, Memphis Tenn. Wanted.^ WAJ{TEI>-Want to do Tractor Work. F. L. Padgitt, Box 350. 8-3tp }ra,L PAY STRAIGHT SALARY ?35.00 per week, -man or woman with auto, sell Egg Producer to Farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis, 111. WANTED-Ex-Service men to be at Fair Ground night of December 15 Notice •NOTICE— Specials. Guaranteed Oil Permanents ?1.50 and up; Shampoo, Set and Dry 50c; Lash and Brow Dye 40c. White Way Beauty Shop, 119 Front Street. IM-Dec-30c • .."The More,You Tell the Quicker You Sell" • You Can Talk to Only One Man • Want Ads Talk to Thousands SELL-RENT BUY OR SWAP All Want Ads cash in advance N.o.t taken over the Phone more evidence must be secured 'before the exact vnlue of sulfimilsmide or its derivatives in these conditions can be stated. Whenever a new discovery Is made in the field of medical science, the way is prepared for investigators to carry the work forward. Thus various 1 chemical compounds or modifications of sulf anilamide are now being studied and some of them seem to have results ,ln certain conditions superior to those of sulfnnlfomlde Itself. One of the mos recent was announced In the new- papers within <the last few weeks. The hew product of sulfnnllnmide is active n gainst <pneurnonin of type JII, .as well ns against .cases of -meningitis due to the pnuemonia germ, ' Investigators everywhere nre beginning 'the study;the effects of these new derivatives. Theh rate of scientific advance is for more rapid than It wns.in the past, because of the methods of disseminating knowledge widely among physicians and scentsts throug- mit the world. Lays Whopper ROYbL, Neb.-W)—One of B. B. Bonestell's Rhode Island hens laid an egg nine inches In circu'mference nnd ten inches long. There is an auto to every 2.8 per— in California. '• Saturday; jfreceitto 10,198S mmm»il^^m^^iiml-^---i£^^aUU-rri\ ~i»-^f^ ~ \ IN..-. _f_ So They-Say •What flnvor?~Hnrpo Mnrx, when a friend told him he was going into the ice erenm business. Life begins nt 80.—Hobor J. Grant, president of the Mormons, observing his 82nd birthclny in Salt Lnke City Utnh, I think I'll go down to Texas .and ndc n horse.-Mrs. Ruby Jnne Willmott, Detroit, after convicted of tlc- froudnig a taxi driver of an $18 fnro for a 40-mile tour of eating iilaces. — ••»«-•. __ Hunts Dons In Plnnc VICTORIA FALLS, South Africn.- MV-Huning lions by areoplaiie is the Intest sport in this district. E. Spencer fle\y over cion country recently nnd spotted three lions enjoying n kill. He anded some distance awny, shot one lion, pat the beas in his nrcoplone nnd flew home. OUR BOARDING HOUSE ... with..V MAJOR HOOPLE Are you letting business escape? W'hy not do what other nlert buyers, sellers do—catch more of it with Hope Star Want Ads! It's a simple way to get more •coaturhers at little cost. You'll be more-'than satisfied with the results you get. Why not prove it for yourself! • Sand Your Classified Ad !>]/ Mail or Briny to Plope Star OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS AW RIGHT, WE'LL OFFER HIM TH' MONEY WITH^ OUT INTEREST, SO HE'LL ,HOCK HIS B\KE AN 1 STUFF TO US 'STEAD OF GOLDlE, WHO QHAR6ES INTEREST... IF THIS FAILS TKA A RUINED MAW" / Rates are for continuous insertions only. Services Offered SPECIALS — Permanents $1.50 up Shampoo set, Manicure 85c; Shampoo set, Eyebrow-lash dye $1.00. Vanity Beauty Shop. Phone 39, 117 Front Street. 21-26-c FRENCH PRIZE FIGHTER HORIZONTAL 1 Georges r, former pugilist. 10 Fruit pastry. 11 Body of soldiers 12 Chinese wax. 13 Balance. 14 To put forth, 16 Custom. 18 Alteration hand. 21 Closing scene in a play. 25 Loading contrivance. 30 Burdensome. 32 Bankruptcy, 33 To mature. :34 Garden tool. 3 6 He fought in the heavyweight Answer to Previous Puzzle JSJkSEEEaJSnsi 37 Bulk. '3C Naval j assistants. '40 Toward the lee. 41 Kindled. 43 To renew a front. 47 Repartee. 51 Manifest. 52 Full of fissures. 53 In his prime he was the fighter in France. 54 He was in America. VERTICAL 2 Culmination. 3 To vex. 4 Fruit. 5 To doze. 6 Fish. 7 Lilies. 8 Loom bar. 9 Grain. 12 He was also a stage . 15 Eagle's claw. 17 Trojan. 19 Rumanian coin. 20 Highest note ill Guide's scale. 22 Cetacean. 23 Fiber knots. 24 God of war. 26 After the manner of. 27 Double. 28 Gaelic. 29 To feel displeasure. 31 Leg bone. 32 Pedal extremities'. 35 Norse god. 38 Deputy. 39 Part of » letter. 41 Sherbets. 42 Ten cent piece. 44 Roof point covering. 45 Ventilating machine. 46 Devoured. 48 Blue grass. 49 Hops kiln. 50 To observe. 52 Note in sealft For Sale Just received large assortment Fir Christmas trees. Make your choice SE r En r <J7^' Ze 8nd Shap<5 ' M °NTS ocicjsj siuitt,. l-12t c FOR SALE-White Cotton Mattresses Investigate our work and material first Hempsfead Mattress Shop. Call Paul Cobb 658J. l-26to FOR SALE—Fat Turkeys for Christmas. Inspection of flock invited. Place orders now. Lee H. Garland, Phone ^ 3 - ' 7-12tpd FOR SALE-r-Beautiful diamond <-j ng mounted latest design, wonderful Christmas gift. Box 945 Winnfeild, Louisiana. 9-ltp FOR RENT FOR RENT-Unfurnished apartment Private bath. Phone 1-W. 8-3tp FOR RENT^Furnished^apartment, with garage. Close in. Mrs. Cora Bailey. 205 Sduth Washington St. 8-3tp FOR RENT —6 room furnished house, 406 So. Spruce. Phone 38F11 Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 6t8 ch HEV.? MADORJ HERE COAAES A •CUSTOMER WITH TMREE MUTTS OU A LEASH SHIWE UP YOUR WARDEU BADOE AMDaiVE THEM TH' OFFICIAL. WEL6OME t THIMK PAST/ IF HE PARKS THOSE MUTTS IM HERE TH ' MADAM 'WILL RUM YOU TILL. YOUR AMKLES SMOKE/ WE GOTTA DIG UP MORE MONEY, SO THE NEXT TIME HE GOES TO HOCK THAT WE CAM TAKE IT AM' NOT GIVE IT BA.CK TILL HE PAYS US OUR OTHER LOAMS TOO. .WHAT -POLLY THAT YOU'Vi TO MOME TO LOOK •ER YOUR ELH COMEBACK 40PA. 191ft QT NCA SCRVtCf I INC. M. BEG. U. s. fAT.OFF. EFFORT By EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Plumb Disgusted COKt<3 SOHE Of Ot YAMMINV UP OE WftU<! VOW? , VOW •bO^A'c.ONSt ( XOO * — ,,-, 0 CE. IHC. T. M. BEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. .= ALLEY OOP Himself, in Person By V. T. HAMLIN 3Y GUM, IT AINT GONNA TAKE ") ME LONG T'FINO OUT .SOME L THINGS ABOUT THIS NEW OF OH,V4orSOTHIS IS WHERE THAT BIS LOUT BUPDY-! WHATCAMJlili FORVUH?;,!^ TRAIL LEAPS, HE MUST BE A HIGHLANDER! R. 1838 BY H6A SEHVltE ,.. '. M.'HCG. u. s. PAT. OFF WASH TUBES A Mystery of the Deep By ROY CRAlNt BIDING, CAROL is ACCOMPANIED,'AS , 6V A -PASHIM6 CAVALRV OFFICER 6EWEATH THE GRIU VJ/M.LS, CRO\ND «/><& GATHERE SOME ONE r^-S CAUGHT A TWENTY-FOOT -FATTENED OF T^E TYRANT.' OPEN HIM UP, PABLO. S tOOK ! THERE EE<, A GOLD WATCH HIS •STOMACH! THEES REVOLUTION.... POOF! EET EES NOSSIHS.SEUORITA. NO*b\Hlq.» 60 BEUOVE' EE& OUR e?EAT' PRES1I5EMT THAT MOT TEN PEO- I COfg. 18M BY HEX StCVI Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT-Unfurnished house or apartment. Phone 886. 7-3tp Lost LOST—Female Uv«r and white Pointer, 12 months old, weight 35 pounds. Reward, Newt Bundy. 8-3td Help Wanted-— WOMAN WANTED-Address our catlogs. 2c each jfaid in advance plus bonuses. Everything Supplied. Free Details Furnished. ROYAL PRODUCTS, G. P. O. Box 164 Brooklyn, N - Y - 10-ltp Today'i An«w«r» to CRANIUM CRACKIRS Questions on Page One 1. Fiilse. Harvard, founded in 163G, is the oldest university in the United States. 2. True. The Pope is elected by a council of cardinals. 3. False. Jane Addams was a famed social worker. Calamity Jane was Jane Burke, an Indian, scout and mail carrier. 4. True. Dempsey since his retirement from the ring has operated restaurants in New York. 5. False. The Chinese invented gunpowder. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1 WANT THAT ••FADED PURSE— THE PERRJME- THE BOO<ENDS AND THE GLOVES SENT TO JUNE WAYMAN—142. SROVE STREET, His Work Cut Out for Him r wt'LL TRY ib ©er THEM our Tb HE« TODAY • BUT THE SNOW IS Sp PAC QUO. TRUCKS CANT BE usfpt By MERRILL BLOSSER OUR. DELIVERY BOY HAS TO CARRY THE PACKAQCS ON FOOT.' TfHEN WHAT SORT OF GIFT WOULD TOL SUGGEST FOR A GIRL. OF SEVENTEEN SOMETHING weismi^ AROUND FIFTY POUNDS) WHATS HIS NAME? jusr To BE SURE ? HIS NAME IS M£GOOSEY FRECKLES NORTH; SPECIAL NURSE TRAILING 'PECHAPS.? co^AE,^low..vou CAM'I KID MB/ I'VE WORKED PLENTY OF S1EE. PICTLJRES.V'KUOW MA.V j OFFER THE USE OF AAV CAB? The Pursuit By Ray Thompson and Charles Coll MYEA HELPLESSLY AS THE CABPEMTEE'S PLEASE'HOP IN, MISS WOKTH- L'D LIKE bJOTHIUCj BETTER. THAM TO UJO&h WITH • VOLJ OM THIS CASE.l HAVE A THEOCy. VOU KMOW T EDGES IMTQ tHE HEAVV TRAFFIC — OliAY- YOU WIN! FOLLOW THAT OLD BROWKJ CAB- JUST AHEAD - WE'LL DISCUSS YOUR. THEOEIES LATER/

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