Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 22, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, June 22, 1934
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HOPE STAR, HOPE?, English Author HORIZONTAL 1. 7 Who wrote "Plain Tales from the Hills'"! 1$ To verify. 15 To exchange. 1? Poem. IS Three. 200old quartz. 22 Woven string. 24 Avoids. 26 Litterlike palanquin. 25 Morintiin dye. 29 Man of letters. 32 The heart. 33 He wrote the romance 35 Lockjaw. 36 Coloring matter. 37 To ejet't. 39 Grew dimmer. 40 To cure. 41 Types of l>eer. 43 To extract. 45 Greek letter. 4(5 To consume. 48 Corpse. Answer to Previpiis Puzzle HOBS! i^flBK!ij[?L K5H@ rrlAG MIUS.ISII ISLUt M 30 Pound. 51 Toward. f.2 Grief. 53 Turf. ~i~> Verb. ;>G More nearly correct. ."<: LitHe island. 00 He was born in . <U He is at his best in tales. VKRTICAI/ 2 Above. 3 To let fqll. 4 To warble. 5 Farewell! G Second note. S N'euter pronoun. 9 Golf teacher. 10 Singing birds. 11 Thought. 12 Northeast. 14 Pertaining to the thlgl). 1C Tethering; rod, ISfJreek letter for "th." 19 Silly. 21 lie won the : =*— literature prize in 1907. 23 A larval stage. 24 Pace. 25 Buttonhole ornament device. 27 Species of ox. 30 Neuter pronoun. 31 You and me. 34 The spleen. 36 To erase. 38 Wild duck. 40 Sturgeon. -12 Outlying part of city. 43 pecomposed. 44 Supreme. '.7 He is also well known ns a 49 Roy/an tree. 52 European warbler. 54 Duet. 55 Wing. 57 Type standard. 59 Note in scale. NOTICE BE IT RESOLVED By the Democratic Central Committee of Hempstead County, Arkansas, that Democratic primary elections to be called to be held according to law and the rules and regulations prescribed by the Democratic party in each of the voting precincts of Hempstead Coi)nty, Arkansas, on TUESDAY, August 14th, 1934, and on TUESDAY, August 28th, 1934. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various state, district, county and township offices. W. S. ATKINS, Chairman. F. Y. TRIMBLE, Secretary. CARD OF THANKS To the many valued friends who were so thoughtful and kind during the illness and at the death of our loved one, Otis Park_ and for the lovely floral tributes, also to the Masons and the American Legion for their beautiful and impressive burial cere- inionies, we extend our sincere thanks. May God bless each of you. Mrs. Ruby Cornelius Park Mrs. Mary Park and children. Sell It! Find It! Rent Itl Buy It! • in the Hope Star Market Place Kejnembcr, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c G times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 fimes, 3!£c line, min. J2.70 (Average 5'-i words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will he accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication Phone 768 ULTRA LIFE contains the best ingredients; known to poultry raisers. Southern Grain Produce Company. 21-3tc. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Ask Southern Grain for a book on ULTRA LIFE. 21-3tc. FOR SALE Feed ULTRA LIFE Yaying Mash to laying hens. Southern Grain Company. 2l-3tc. Wall Piper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. The .Southern Grain Company has secured formulas for making ull kinds of poultry feeds from one of the best poultry feed laboratories. Come in and ask us about ULTRA LIFE. 21-3tc. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Feed ULTRA MASH Growing Mash for pulleLs. Southern Grain Company. ENDINGS Southern Association Clubs— " Won Lost Pet. Nashville 40 20 .667 Atlanta 33 26 .559 New Orleans 33 27 .550 J Memphis 31 30 .508 Knoxville 31 32 .492 Chattanooga 29 34 .460 Birmingham .'. 28 37 .431 Little Rock 23 42 .354 Clubs- New York Detroit Washington Cleveland Boston St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago American League Won Lost Pet. 34 23 .596 34 24 .580 33 28 29 2G 28 30 35 38 31 27 23 21 .541 .527 .525 .474 .397 .356 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 39 St. Louis 34 Chicago 34 Boston 31 Pittsburgh 28 Brooklyn 26 Philadelphia 21 Cincinnati 16 20 23 26 26 27 33 35 39 .661 .596 .567 .544 .509 .441 .375 .291 RESULTS THURSDAY Atlanta 4, New Orleans 4 (tie—called end 6th—rain). Nashville 8. Birmingham 2. Little Rock 2, Chattanooga 11. (Only games I. American League Detroit 5, Washington 8. St. Lfluis 7-2, Philadelphia 5-C. Cleveland 9, New York 5. Chicago 3-4, Boston f-1. National League New York 0, Chicago 4. Brooklyn 2, St. Louis <J. Boston 4-8, Pittsburgh 1-7. Philadelphia 1. Cincinnati 4. About 60,000,000,000 cigarets, a large • part of which are made of American i tobacco or imported directly from the } United States, are now consumed an- j nually in China. | •»* — I More than 5,000,000,000 cigarets, equal to 5000 for every man, woman, and child of its population, are consumed in Canijda annually, according to estimates. By Setting the brakes when the car is being washed i there is loss chance of the brake linings becoming water soaked and causing temporary loss of braking efficiency. .__ -- ~9 ----------England and Wales contain 50.000 qualified midwives, but only 14,000 are employed with any regularity. _ -- -^ff^^ *"'*" — The chief purpose of early chemistry, or alchemy, was to transmute baser metals into gold and silver. Luck's Tourist Court Ray Luck Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suit* Properly Laundered... PHONE 8 50c OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT QUR WAY BOYS—AS I ALWAYS SAY, VT \S "DARKEST JDST CLASSIC OF fVMN£ tt .y\ SPRIM<3S ETERNAL HUM AM BREA-ST^E , •DlSCOU-RA^>E.t) --WE- HAVE ^ r WELL ,YOU' CAN SHOVEL' FOR cbOLp, *-C |F WE HVT A AN'~CLLTAV<E ) VEIN OF<SOLD'"\| ,— A>, u/H3*oirM*3 rv-frs; rrfe» piva »-*ft3 \r\ '- L\ CLAMS,TQR) VEINS ON MY MINE/ L 'v,, SURFACE OF TU\S MINE/FOR ?f ITS, GREAT WEALTH/ WE CANT EXPECT THE SIGHT OF- GOLD KTTHE t FIRST TEYV OF SHOVEL I SPURS THEM , IH t?lD TOO, MAT I C3QT SUSPICIOUS 1 , AND WATCHED H(M. , WHEN WE COME TO A NICE BUNCH OF STONES, HE'D POINT AWAY OFF IN A FIELD AN'HOLLER,"THERE GOES A RABBIT-AMP THE—' WAS NO RABBIT; I'LL QBTf i>'r=v i 1934 BY NCA iirBV'CC >NC T M HCC U g p*T Off BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES An Old-Fashioned Sort! LOOK -THE (BETTING NICE FOR c3flRp|=N? WFT ANOTHER STONE. GOSH, GIVE WHY MOTHERS 6ET GRAY )«.->4ByH^ sipvicc.iyc. T. M.pia.u.l K>O , i oo^y. wow no Tur-w r* By MARTIN . THKY i COT OT g S-H-0-0 '. TWBW. WW& tt/WE TO OO VMVTrt TV\E OF fcOOYSfjl "XV^BV 60T SV\OO A HAWO AT 9? S ^itfi** 1 S) 1934 Br«t* ALLEY OOP Homeward Bound! By EVERYTHING IS HUNKV/ IT CANlT BE DONE, BUT WE DORV NOW, EXCEPT- / CAN TRY TO GO AROUND 1T- HOVJ ARE WE GONNA \ THIS RAVINE MUST HAVE AN GET. THESE DINOSAURS >_^ END, SOMEVJHERE / BACK ACROSS THAT BIG 'CHASrA? K j$ m Sri *»: ^> O o O WASH TUBES Easy Js Still Suspicious! By CRANT THE BABV-FACED BLOND WOW'T TALK, <5RADy./VEAH. ASKED HER SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT THE ,[ BABE PIAMOKID, MURDER, AND SHE BLEW UP LIKE A ,—— -^ \ THE OLD MAM'S "—• : [FIRECRACKER, BIM AROUND, THAT DAME. USE!?\ /WHAT.' ENSA6EPTO)/SOUMDS KIMDA FISHV, I > ^OBEA MIGHT CLUB Hosfesl I I MARRy J.J. LANE? J ADMIT. BUT SHE'S WEARIN 1 -TO BE A HI6HT CUUB HOSTE.SS. ^ _^ r _.:> / A BIS PlAMOND RIM6, AND } \ HE PAID THE BILL. WE MARRIED TWICE. HAS A NINE VEAR OLD KID IKI FRISCO, AND CLAIMS SHE WAS ENQA6EDTO MARRY UANE. MADE SURE OF THAT. iT "/' HECK! VOU CAN'T PIN WOTHIN' Y MAVBE SO/N f ON THAT DAME. WE'VE CHECKED BUT I'M GOING \. EVERYTHING, AND SHE HAS WOT \ro KEEP AN \LOOKS TO BE A QoODALIgl. "* eye ON HER. 911 DV HEA SERVICE. INC. T. M REG. U. S. PUT. Off FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS She Knows Crash! By BLOSSER i/- IjjRECWLES WAS FRAMED To DANCE \VITH SOMEONE HE THINKS IS MIC BEATON,... (HE HASN'T DISCOVERED THE TRICK, YET 1 .! FRECKLES, DO YOU kWOW HOW TO / SURE < BtJT X "^'^ DO THE CARIOCA I'M NOT QUITE ' 'HV../0' /-,-/.A^, JH ^-"V /M .%'S y^ j^i-Y l.n -^^ I'M AFRAID / ow GEH -M Ars I'M NOT SUCH ; NOTHING., ..i A GOOD DAWCERA WAL (< ON 'EiM FRECKLES...! 7 MYSELF, ONCE WALkED ON / IN A WHILE.. YOUR FOOT ) \ AGAIN.' / ^ V^y W^ YOU DO T1II5 IS A SAY THE J SWELL PARTY! is MAKING J WH y ( YES, CUTEST U'M SURE GLAD I ME A LITTLE (YES.'..OF' DIZZY... SMALL \ COURSE THINGS /I CAME...AND I/ / IT'S AWFULLY ^_, /[_ NICE, BEIKJQ VVITH YOU/ . WQ SIT DON'T BE SILLY, HAD THE NEXT j pppcKLES ' PANCE _ ^' T .1 / I'M MOT QUlfg A-3 PIZZ^AS ALL- THAT/ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A Return Ticket! By COWAN i^yfTF.O TK^iUG THE. GM-lG, i*' C'HVCK S VASTS OUT TO OVERTAKE THE. DEACON,BUT UP UNTIL HOW, MUCH TO HiS <SURPC;\SE,HE: HA'oN'T CfXUGHT SiGHT OF VW1 —^*J /^H THERE HE! IS, AHEAD 1 . Ht'S FARTHER AUOf4G THAU t nfsO FIGURED- I'LL BEAP pOWN AMD GO RV HIM L\V<£ A ^?rii I ^vi-V"":f ^^^ THE: WAV rt GWMIHG 01 IT UOOKS AS IF ,,/^( C' ;

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