Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 27, 1934 · Page 4
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FACE POUR HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Sanitation Expert HOBIZONTAL i Man who made Havana, Cuba, a healthful place in 189S- 1902. 12 Open inner court. 13 succinct. 14 Lad. 16 Grew old. It Italian river. 15 Male progenitor. 19 Name. 20 Vandal. 21 Sound of a bell. 22 Form ot "a." 23 Remedy. 24 Exists. 25 Female horse. 26 Toward. 27 Nimble. 30 Female ot cattle. 31 Grain. 32 Characteristic. 35 House covering. 36 Was victorious. 37 Would be able. Answer to Previous Puzzle sra ;!S Epoch. 39 Preposition. •JO Sudden falU off of trade. 41 To scatter. 42 Average. 43 Public storehouse. 44 Rowing dcvi. 45 Night bofuiv 46 General ser.r city of foot'.. 48 Canal IniiMo 50 He was an army • 51 Closes with wax. 1 l-Vni ••>• heeled -.lin'ained :. t -auii of men build- dip I.JTC1 e, Canal. 15 Chief health menace of the Canal zone. 17 Chaste. IS To expectorate. 20 Wound. 23 Two-wheeled vehicle. 23 Sordid. 26 Also. 2S Booty. 2!) Vapors. 30 To peruse. 32 Small wig!. 3,1 High mountain 34 Structural unit. 35 Wand. 36 Homeless child. 37 Quality o£ tone. 3S Weird. •10 To rouse. 41 Labels. 42 Class of birds 43 Mooley apple. 44 Upon. 43 Snaky fish. 47 Like. 45 Half an em. 49 North America. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY Wednesday. June By WILLIAMS Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Marketplace Bemember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c for consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3%c line, min. ?2.70 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before the first publication, Phone 768 STANDINGS Get Wise and Save Your Money Eat up town, where it's Cool It's Safe to Be Hungry • at the CHECKERED CAFE Dinner and Supper for 2 $30.00 a month. (Tues.) FOR RENT Six-room house, furnished. South Spruce street, phone 1638 F4. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 26 3tp.^ Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Two States League Clubs Won Lost P Hope -. 16 H Atlanta 1'5 H Goodyear 13 12 .520 Southwestern 8 18 .308 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Nashville - 44 22 .667 New Orleans 38 28 .576 Atlanta 34 30 .531 Memphis 34 32 .515 Knoxville 34 35 .493 Birmingham 31 41 .431 Chattanooga 31 41 .431 Little Rock 25 45 .357 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New VTork 38 24 .613 Detroit 39 25 .609 Washington 36 31 .537 Cleveland 32 28 .533 Boston 34 30 .531 St. Louis 28 34 .45 Philadelphia 25 38 .397 Chicago -. 21 34 .328 National League Won Lost Pet Clubs NOTICE New York 41 Chicago 39 St. Louis -•• 37 Pittsburgh 33 Boston 33 Brooklyn 26 Philadelphia 23 Cincinnati 1™ NOTICE The Broadway Hotel is now under new management Entirely new personnel. Clean, cool comfortable rooms. Reasonable rates. W. J. Newman.-6tp. Repair all kinds of furniture, work satisfactory. Will appreciate your patronage. J. M. Sparks, 512 South Walnut. 26 6tp. LOST LOST—White mare mule, weight 1000 pounds, smooth mouth, missing since Saturday. Notify Boswell & Higgason store. 26-3tp. FOR SALE FOR RENT—Modern apartment including sleeping porch. Rates reasonable. 110 North Washington. Telephone 669J. 2£ Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. 23 26 25 28 20 38 40 42 RESULTS TUESDAY Southern Association Knoxville 10-2, Birmingham 3-1. Nashvile 7, Memphis Hi. Chattanooga 6, New Orleans 10. Atlanta at Little Rock. American League St. Louis 9, Washington 10. Detroit 4, Philadelphia 1. Chicago 2, New York 6. Cleveland 10, Boston 2. National League Brooklyn 2, Chicago 5. New York 7, St. Louis 13. Boston 5. Cincinnati 1. Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 4. The Southern Grain Company has secured formulas for making all kinds of poultry feeds from one of the best poultry feed laboratories. Corne i" and'ask us about ULTRA LIFE. 21-3tc. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Feed ULTRA MASH Growing Mash for pullets. Southern Grain Company. Yerger "Follies" to Be Given Wednesday "Follies of 1934," a musical comedy with a cast composed of students of Yer«er school, will be repeated Wednesday night at 3:30 in the auditorium of Yerper school. The follies was originally presentee to the public at a performance several weeks ago at Saneger theatre. Rubber insets have been invented to prevent soap from slipping out of met I al holders. VSTOPPtt) ID SNUFFY,SINCB W& CAMfc WE'VE 'B'ttM t>O\t-? &U.TH Ahf TH" MACSOP. AJNTj UTTtD A, f*CEFT TO CUP A YAWN ? a\<s. Host 'OF VA\S SURF OP LAGER YOU AN" ME: , SNA/EAT WERt, WE UNLOAD THT"PlCV<Ay.ES AN" SLEDGE H/Nt/MCRS) HE. GETS VUfASELT A THM GLVY \4 SO LAZ.Y,\-\£D START UP AN ARGUMENT, 3ES TO M GET YOU SORE ^ lil TO POUND TH' AN' CRACK WALNUTS "FOR VAIM / .w^# Luck's Tourist Court Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elsoti'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 ^ m, BACKBONE OF-THE T. M REG. U. S. 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HE TO ME6Tlfci<» MV6& H^.V^> '.'. «»«>'T/V\tW£ PsWE: A» V.OT Q* "X\\\ViG>^» "i.O V.\Vtt TO 1 &PM "TO VOO ^tARfe. ^,O?>?> ""'BiOTy V UJOW'T II tA^ ?MA\YX •TW.tt MA}V WOf BS 'aO MUCH, SOT 1 HWE ^Et^ S900GW 09 TO «>t A LAOV S?& b. ' _>• . It Mtt 1IHVICC. INC. T M «"»•" ALLEY OOP VOELL VA SEE, QUEEN, VWEN WE CAPTURED WNS TUNK, HE COT ttAD AN' B\T GUZ'S TOE - HE BEAT UP POOR FOOZV SUMPIN AVJFUL., IAV STARS. ALLEV/ WHAT IS TH' VJITH GUZ'S FOOT /AV WORD, HOW AWFUL?OH WELL, Ttf GRAND VJIZER WILL BRING E^A AROUND OKAV/ NOVJ.VOU COME RIGHT OVER AN V SEE UTTLE VJOOTIETOOT/ SHE'S JUST DV\NG TO fS I KNEW MEET HER f W4S COMING- HUSBAND- ? CW. WWV P/P / TO-BE' fi-r COME BACK ' Meet the Princess! By HAMLIN VJOOTIE, DARLIN 1 -) HERE \5 ALLEV OOP, S YOUR FUTURE ./ HUSBAND— / WASH TUBES Easy Wants Proof! VJELL, A?t »»u SATISFIED IT WAS THE CASHIER WHO KILLED .LANE? y HUMt L PUNNO, GRApy. WERE' HIS FINGERPRINTS FOUND THE PISTOL? /VVELL, NO. THERE ANV FINGERPRINTS AT ALL. OH, I APMlT Vje HAVF.N'T PROOF THAT HE AtTUALLV FlREP THE v , SHOT, 7 BUT,HA,NGIT ALL, MAN 1 . HE WAS LANE'S ENEMV. HE ADMITS THE GUN'S HIS. IT WAS FOUNP IN HIS FILIMQ CASE. ANP HE'S 60T A 8OM ALIBI .VNHAT 1 • 7 MORE PO VOU WAMT ? , A CONFESSION. ^ UMTIL HC CONFESSES £jRAt>y r I'M STILL AUSPICIOUS OF A LOT O 1 PEOPLE. T "" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By CRANE /VEAH, t kMOW. B IPIAMONO. VOU THINK SHE'S DUMB EMO TO BUMP OFF AVI WORTH ACDOLMILUONJ ON THE EVE OF HER BY MCA 5C«7lCC. IMC. T. K. MC. U. » *»T. Ofr. ^/l 7 There, Now! By BLOSSER YEAH^OU PROBABLY I KMOW, BY THIS TIME, \THAT FRECkLES THOOOfT , IT WAS ME DRESSEI AS SATAN... SO HE HAULS' OFF WITH A HEALTHY KICK. 1 1 ME 1 DIDN'T KNOW / " YOUR DAP WAS DRESS- EP AS SATAS^TOO/ AND HE KICKED HIM RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DINING ROOM \ (~ i KNOW ALL f /.BOUT THAT... } BUT, WHERE IS FRECKLES VVELL, JERRY AN' ME FIGURED THAT YOUR DAD WOULDN'T WANT FRECKLES AROUND, IF ME COULDN'T ACT LIKE A GENTLEMAN, SO THE TWO OF us POLITELY ASKED HIM TO SCRAM ...HE DIDNT WANT TO LEAVE SO WE CHASED HIM !.' / $ **# M$ ' H T i SEE....you CHASED KIWI, EH?. WELL, IT LOOkS VERY MUCH TO ME AS IF YOU FINALLY CAUGHT HIM M THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop Neck and Neck! ByCOWAN I CAH'T -STOP N4D F\X THEREL'S ONLY OHE THING T'DO. AND TWA.TS TO KEEP^HT ON PE.DAUNG.IF I HAVE. ITH A MIL-E ro co, ftHD EADIHC THE. A SCANT 1OO YAQDS Tl&E. GOES FLfXT CRACKY, LOOKS AS IF PETERED HECKiTHERE SHE. THE YAP03 FQCJ-1 THE ,TUE CONTESTANTS fr^40 VCCV<

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