Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 3, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 3, 1934
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Dressmaker's Daughter IX.. f-; »0]ftlZONTAI» ' IA Stanch klog'a favorite ' In tbe 18th century. flaTo perish. Lift to dibble. .14 Duet. |i« Looking with malice. •W Gilded bronze. '3i Tanner's • vessel. ; 22 Home of a beast. {as Little stream, .24 The gods. SS.Upon. 26 Hops kiln. 2t Founded on truth. ,29Morlndin dye. SW Street. 31 Flower leaf. 33 One. 34 Structural unit. 36 A bull. 36 Second note. 37 Cabin. 38 Subsists. to Previous Puzzle 40 Eccentric wheel. 41 Seventh note. 42 Indian. ^ 44 Drinking cup. 45 To put on. 46 Egyptian river. 48 Fleshy underground stem. 51 Lacerated. 52 Flabby. 54 Iniquity. 55 Cries of doves. 66 She was the favorite of XV. 57 Of highest order. 10 Crucifix. 11 She was tried by the tribunal of the 15 And was' 17 Mover's truck. 18 Still. 19 Lubricated. 20 Meadow. 23 Swift. 26 Aquatic animal 28 Granted fact. 30 Male courtesy title. 32 Quantity. 37 Ugly old woman. 39 Distilling vessel. 40 Mongrel. 41 Heraldic wreath. VEBTICAL 2 To prepare for 43 Hodgepodge, publication. 3 To be ill. 4 Requires. 6 Paradise. 6 Father. 7 Above. 5 Dexterous. 9 Queer. 44 Bill of fare. 45 Ruin. 47 Mooley apple. 49 You and me. 50 Twice. 51 Pedal digit. 53 3.1416. 55 Credit. 666 Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Malaria in 3 days, Colds First day, Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It!, in the Hope Star Market Place Bemcmbcr, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, inin. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, nun. 50c 6 times, 5c line, mm. 90c 26 tunes, 3^c line, min. ?2.70 CAverage 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 FOR RENT FOR RENT —Attractive apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Call 178 or 321. 3-3t-c FOR RENT—Five room house, Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 3-3tp. WANTED WANTED: Lady of refinement to give all or spare time to pleasant work, paying ?1 an hour. Phone 114-W. Mrs. Kerr. 2-1-tp. 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. 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. Newman.-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. 2C 6tp. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOUND FOUND—Automobile key with red twine string tied to it. G\vnor may claim key by calling at Hope Star am: paying for this ad. 2-3tc LOST STANDINGS Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Nashville 46 26 .639 New Orleans 40 32 .556 Atlanta .'..., 37 33 .529 Memphis ...: _... 37 34 .521 Knoxville 37 37 .500 Birmingham 36 42 .462 Chattanooga 34 41 .453 Little Rock 27 49 .355 Clubs American League Won Lost Pet. New York 42 Detroit 42 Washington 37 Cleveland 35 Boston 36 St. Louis 30 Philadelphia 27 Chicago 23 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 44 Chicago 42 St. Louis 39 Boston 37 Pittsburgh 34 Brooklyn 28 Philadelphia 25 Cincinnati 21 MONDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Nashville 12, Atlanta 4 (night game) American League Detroit 9-5, Cleveland 2-6. Washington 7, Philadelphia 3. Boston 0, New York 5. National League New York 7, Boston 4. Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 7. 'St. Louis 4, Chicago 7. Only games played. •• a » Wayne England Wins Prize Trip Hope Aetna Agent to Leave Late in Summer for Green Lake, Wis. Wayne England, Hope agent for the Aetna Life Insurance company, Tuesday was awarded a trip to Green Lake Wisconsin, for his outstanding achievements as an Aetna agent. England was one of the five in the state to receive the honor, and according to V. A. Pate, district agent with offices in Texarkana, is the youngest man ever to qualify for the annual offer by the Aetna company. Mr. England will leave about September 1. Returning home he will stop at Chicago to visit the World's Fair. LOST—White Persian cat, leather collar. Call 542-W. 3-3tp. During the first 10 months of 1933, British motorists covered 640,000,000 inrire milr.'S thfin in the same period of KKi2, according to the gasoline records. Luck's Tourist Court] Special rated for private dances. Music furnished. Kay Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson "Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered SOc PHONE 8 Tuesday, July STAK, HO'jfJS, ARKANSAS By AMERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY \/ RUN PER YORE LIVES; MEKJ ? A . CLOUDBURST/ TH'-DAMS BUSTED.' HAVE YOU n V V / bC UNYPY SCANLON HAS WIT VT ON TVAE OTHER SIDE '\ SFUr--H= "' WHAT- THUMB WRON<3 C7FTHE MOUNJTAIN " BV A WATERFALL" By MARTI No Holds Barred! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BOT, bO^' TV\' TOO OWW> MUCH ,' AVtttAOV V FROM MOVO , COtA\N' TO VAE W \W A By HAMLI Quick on the Cover-Up! ALLEY OOP ALL I SAID VJAS- IT. TOO BAD — IT WASSA BIGr-' ^ OH, SVAOCK / fTT?<IT 50UNOE OH ALLEV, TEE HEE.' / AVJ -ER-R - VEAH . ll'M 50 GLAD IT WAS ( SO'fA'l - 5'TOO BAD IT VJASN'T A BIG ROCK/ WOTTA MESS.' I DUNNO WHAT TO DO.' I VJISH OC FOOZY'D GET WELL?/ I'LL GO HE'D fW. /'SEE HOVJ HE'S GETTING ALONG/ MOPNING.) WHY, THEY ARE DOING JUST FINE - KING GUZZLE'S TOE ( 1S MUCH BETTER-AN 1 VOUR LIL VJOOTIETOOT-OH.VOU MUST COME R\GHT IN AN SEE OH OOTIE, VOUR SWEETIE \\, INSTEAD OF VOU, THAT GOT VUT ON TW JHEftO VJITH THAT HOWZA PATIENTS ABOUT FOOZV f .636 .600 .529 .522 .522 .462 .403 .329 By CRAN On His Way! WASH TUBES UPV> Vr»l I'l I ftA Trf\ rsTEP OW IT, BUDDIE. THAT'S EXACTLY WHERE i ^l'££™Z9) ^ 1'MHEAD.Nfl. , 1 CAM'T TELL VOU NOW. IN A HURRV. QUICK—LOAN ME VOUR CAR. 1 TELL VOU, BETTY, THE MURDER'S BEEM SOLVED. 1 KNOW WHO KILLED VOUR PAD. ROARS OUT OF THE LAME'S DRIVE AND DOWM THE STREET AT NEARLY 6O MILES AN HOUR. _ By BLOSSERI Nutty Cook's Friends! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS S ...AN, IF I WAS A LITTLE BIGGER, I'D TELL'YOU THAT YOU'RE six MONTHS WORSE THAN TH' SEVEN-YEAR ITCH •••AH', IF I COULD RUN FASTER, I WOULD ANYWAY •' \AflEUL,THATS FIRST TIME I EVER KNEW TVIEY NAMED FREIGHT CARS 11 THIS TOWKI WAS PEACEFUL WHILE THAT GOOF V/AS AWAY.. WHEN HE'S HERE / YOU NEVER WHAT HE'S COMMA INVENT...AMD THAT FACE OF HIS! IT'S GRADUATED FROM ST&PPING CLOCKS, LONG AGO.,.IT'S WORKIN' ON CEMENT MIXERS, TELEGRAM FROM NUTTY HE'S COMING BACK TO SHADYSIDE...AKID HE'S ARRIVING ON THE NORTH LOOP LIMITED! YOU SHOULD TALK. 1 X BET YOUR MIRROR DOESN'T GIVE YOU MANY HAPPY HOURS / CAM YOU EVER \ KfW 7 >^*VN/,r >S 1 </V>'' T M RCG. U. S PAT. Off.I I V V^>'0 1034 OY NEA SF.HVICE. INC. V* By COWAN Just a Slight Interruption! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) OKAY 1 . OKP\Y , SWEETIE, BUT VF \F XOVJ'Q JUST THAT YOU \NEftE LICKED, OF SPOUTING •<00'LL K\NDLY B\CVCLE PfACE,\'LL BLOW YOU TO BEPCV YOU, THIS MEW SlDEWALH FWC C^FE- HOW'S ABOUT »T

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