Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 30, 1934 · Page 4
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'PAGV FOU& HOPE STAK, HOPD, ARKANSAS Saturday, June 'Yankee Doodle' HORIZONTAL Answer to PrcTtons Puz»le. 11 Rouge. SI Small shield. W Ancient. it Imitated. iTCraclflr. ; tree. ,|0 To scatter. tl Hunting dog. 13 Iilna of houses. 24 Railroad. JK To exist. $6 Above. 28 Northeast. KETT LESHNVAOCM ' . »Part ofi a I mouth. 30 Spigot. .32 Burden. 34 Round ot a ( ladder. 36 Tow boat 39 Chum. ,40 Neuter t pmnoun. 4iTo accomplish. 42 Second note. '44 Father, •46 A spectacle. 47 Lubricates. 49 Person under* 2 Hastened. 3 Finale. 5 Fairy. 6 Portrait statue. 7 Aerugo. S Toward. 9 Smell. 10 Malefactor. age. 61 Every. 53 Erased. 65 To -weep. 56 With.might. 57 Blemish. 68 This picture . _ _. was painted by n The picture Is f symbolic ot 69 He was a sol- ~• dler In the *"* ou ? fcd - , ^y ar 15 Northeastern states. VERTICAL 17 Company. 1 Small candle. 18 Southeast. 21 Energy. 22 Old wagon track. 25 Twice. 27 Nominal value. 29 Ear-like projection. 31,Young dog. 33 Almond. 35 Woolly surface ot cloth. 37 Needy. 38 Dry. 41 Hindu washer- man. 43 Fragrant oleoresln. 45 Winter precipitation. 46 Pertaining to wings. 43 Slavic speaR- ing person. 50 Distinctive theory. 51 Eucharist vessel. 52 Cover. 54 Silkworm. 56 Morlndln dye. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Iti In the Hope Star Marketplace Bemember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 tune, lOc line, min. 30o 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 PERSONAL WANTED —Baldheaded American Indian for trichological (scalp; study. Must be of pure ; ancestry and have genuine case of alopecia. Remuneration ?50. Write P. A. Thomas, 844 Rush St, Chicago, 111. ' WALTER: Mother does not want Jjro uto call at house again. Will meet <- you Sunday, 4 o'clock at usual place. s - | GREGORY: You are needed at home immediately. Urgent. J. STANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Hope 17 12 Atlanta _ 15 12 Goodyear 14 12 Southwestern 9 19 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Nashville _.._ 44 New Orleans 40 Atlanta 35 Memphis 36 Knoxville 38 Birmingham 33 Chattanooga 32 Little Rock 26 24 29 31 33 36 42 40 47 American League Clubs— Won Lost New York 40 24 Detroit 40 2S Boston 3S 31 Washington _. 36 32 Cleveland 33 29 St. Louis 28 34 Philadelphia 26 28 Chicago _ 21 46 Pet. .586 .556 .538 .321 Pet. .647 .580 .530 .522 .500 .440 .444 .356 Pet. .625 .615 .530 .529 .532 .452 .406 .313 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 42 24 .636 WANTED WANTED—Reliable saleslady, married or single, one who is anxious to work, all or part tiame. Phone 114W. White House. 6-30,ltp. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. NOTICE NOTICE The Broadway Hotel is now under new management. Entirely new personnel. Clean, cool comfortable rooms. Reasonable rates. W. J. Nev/man.-6tp. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. Repair all kinds of furniture, work satisfactory. Will appreciate your patronage. J. M. Sparks, 512 South Walnut, K 6tp. LOST LOST—White mare mule,"weight 1000 pounds, smooth mouth, missing since Saturday. Notify Bosv/ell & Higgason store. 26-3tp. LOST—Mare mule, weight 1000 Ibs., color smooth black. Right front shoe missing. 6 years old. Reward for return, or information leading to return. Hope Brick Works. FOR SALE Chicago ..._ 40 St Louis _ 38 Pittsburgh 33 Boston 34 Brooklyn 26 Philadelphia + 25 Cincinnati 20 26 26 29 30 40 40 43 .606 .594 .532 .531 .394 .385 .317 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Chattanooga 9, Little Rock 1. Knoxville 2, Memphis 1. Birmingham 4, New Orleans 3. Atlanta-Nashville, postponed, rain. American Leagua Cleveland 5, Chicago 2. Detroit-St. Louis, postponed, rain. Only games scheduled. National League New York 7, Brooklyn 2. Philadelphia 5, Boston 4. Cincinnati 7, SL Louis 1. Chicago 8, Pittsburgh 8 (tie, eight innings, rain). Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. ALL THIS WEEK Miss Helen Campbell Beauty authority for Cara Nome Will give absolutely Free a complete beauty treatment. See or call us for appointment. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Jtore" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 Luck's Tourist Court Ray Luck Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson •Huckins LAUNDRY Suits Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE •BOYS, SEVEN > J TOUR-TEEM — '» / m PASSES IN WEEP-OR,AS K A/fcgfl" THEY SAY IN THE ^ WOW/ crRCLES, AND LAMENT/ HAS UG DOWN TO HA"RLEN\ POLO ^ x> WEREN'T MY K:E, THEY OYSTER, KNUCKLE NU6<3ETS By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WELL, WHISKERS AND WILL. QO OUf STYLE, SOMEDAY SETE IF THEY DON'T/ I KNOW 1 DO it MYSELF, BUT; IT ME NERVOUS AS A CAT, TO WATCH SOM£ONE v ELSE PO IT. £>V«E OOTC , \rGSX TWWCo OVb A.M. W\V=OOT WHfcVv -b^t WA-b GW\WE. '. AV\ Hfce A KUVIGH OPCC'6 V-VER. , R.OONO O9 OfVr\,NO m N»stRv.dc:INC.-t.M MO u.. p> T .o,r. BORK1 THIRTY VEARS TOO SQOM. So What? By MARTIN SAV.l ' IS HKi FLAWS %s , AV\ OOVi>iO -fcUT VA AT AVK VOA6 AW-AVV Ot MAW \W OE ^OOVi W TO tA"V M^. ,VNiU'£W AH \Ai OAH Vte WA.^j.e^'X^ 1 W O? Ot CWOCH <bTtt9\J6. w . ot A.M., Ot VATTVt TOt OK> VAAV\ ON TOP ALLEY OOP Now, Who's Crazy? By HAMLIN ^OVJZA PRINCESS GfTTIN' ALONG % VDAY VJHV, YOU-VOU -// ) /"' AW, NO VA AINT ^ WOTTA V MEAN, / ( T'WOULDN'T BE HEALTHY NAUGN ^AE p .,' V. FOR VA, OOP' I GOT GOTTA NOTION )\ N ^TOO MUCH ON VA f WASH TUBES OH, NO.' VN\ NOT AS CRA^Z-Y AS VOU'RE GONNA BE/ SUPPOSIN' I VJAS TO TELL QUEEN UM.PA THAT YOU RUBBED OUT TW INCRIMINATING FOOTPRINTS OF TH 1 PARTY VJHO BEANEO PRINCESS, VOL) GOT SUMPIN ON ME AVJ, YER CRA2V I VJONOER \f HE UtAOVI THEY WERE OOOLA'S FOOTPRINTS ? a .' >\ 934 BIT NEA SCnVICC. INC. T. M. nco. u. s. PAT: orr. " Something Up Easy's Sleeve? 3IMCETHE CASHIER HASN'T CONFESSED VET, UV GOLLY, I'M NOT SO SUKE HE'S 6UILTV. WOTTA YOU THINK, T KIP? 'a BETTY LAME'S BIRTHDAY? LI-STEM, SOU SAP, I'M * TO SOLVE A MULDER MYSTERV 1 WAS JUST WHEN BETTY LANE'S BlRTHPAY IS. , /WELL.BlflMED IF WHAT HER BIRTH PAV HAS TO PO WITH WHO KILLED HER OLD MAM. SAVf MAYBE YOU'RE SMARTER'N I THOUGHT ,* . VJU WAS. By CRANE , WHY, BUPDIE, HER BIRTHDAY CAME U TWAWKS, GRADY. THINK DM THE VERY DAY HER Otp MAN WAS I I'LL RUM OUT AND SURPRISE BUMPED OFF. I HAPPEN TO KNOW. /V HER WITH A PRESBMT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I'M SIMPLY ASKING POR...YOU 1 THAT YOU SEE MR. ©ON'T KNOW jBEATON AWD APOLOGtZE WHAT YOU'RE Y°* KICKING ASKING OF y GENTLEMAN WOULD WHAT SHALL I SAY? SHALL I SAYfll'M SORRV 1 KICKED YoUJ' OR SHALL I SAY, "I'M SORRY MY AIM WAS SO GOOD 11 ...GOSH.... I DON'T KWOW HOW 1 J—I v \ J That's Different! •PB^ THOUGHT OH, FRECKLES, I'M GO GLAD YOU CAME....DADDY YOU WOULD I WERE JUST TALKING ABOUT YOU. 1 'YOU KNOW; DADDY \ HAS BEEN TROUBLED/ WITH A MISPLACED VERTEBRA FOR s WEEKS.... AMD ] Do you REMEMBER WHEN YOU KICKED' HIM? COULD !»/' V/ELL.THAT Wck JUST SEEMED'TS> WORK A MIRACLE... XiTsuRE 1 " PADDY'S VERTEBRA SNAPPED ~ACK INTO PLACET.... WASN'T THAT A LUCKY BREAK? * By BLOSSER THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) The Aftermath! DEACON DM-TON WON THE t l^*TE:^40 RAC£,A\ND \OU SHOULD / TOTHANKS: SEE THE POLL YOUR HUSBAND COLLECTED ON BETS I'VE. BEEN WAITING FOR OUST SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY. HERE- COtlES THE. LOAFER, N By COWAN^ WHERE: HAVE ^<DL BEE.N /M-L DAY? COy.E. WGHT >N .HEREl AND -W^)D \T ^V_t_ FOR YOU 1 , TY DOLLARS \ £LU, THAT'S BE.TTERJ ^ T.¥.ma.u.i,p>T.'pfr: SLHViCt INC.

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