Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 6, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, July 6, 1934
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I - . Leader of Youth to Prevlott* Panto 3. SVFho is the prominent eilueator tn the wiHt AT & 6 Hops kiln. ISi Region. 14 Indian, la Emanation. 16 Having wtngs. 17 2000 pounds. ' IS Rapid Clipping. 20 Thought. • 21 {.limps of ' earth. 23 Prevaricator. 24 Buddhist ' monk*. 56 Judge-made law, £a North America. 30 Prayer. 32Iriseet's fsg. 3S Drunkard. 35 South America. 36 He Avas> a , Jitaeazine (Pi.). .1*1 Slorhidin dye. 4ft Chaos. 4l fteuter i miBiiis!@i3isi®Eni a HIHH awpirar HUGH ina EMS HSSI MUGS 31_fflg]5Jl H U1151 RH I EKUTO &HS! LI P!@ 3 BH raaismarasi rara S3 in •12 Hubs. 45 Clear 41 To'send back. 51 Floor of a ship R2 Dove's cry, 53 On. 54 Colonnade. • 55 He helped draft a League of covenant. VERTICAL 2 Deposited. :) Sea 'eagle. 5 No. 6 Fugitive p from law. T Porch stairway. S Sinew. !) Divine liuv of the Romans. 10 Trundles as ore. 11 Aomlod. 12 One of a Hot- tentot tribe. 1« lie is with the t'ntversity * of —f—.. 19 And lias been its since 1925. 21 Clique. 22 Kingdom Asia. 2ii Audibly. 27 Melody. 28 To perch. •31 Also. :i:? Fine plaster. 34 Triangle. 3B To select by ballot. 3" Within. :',S Street. :i9 To nflinn. •IS Bustle. 44 Kind of snowshoe. 4(J Yellow Hawaiian bird. •17 Wagon track. 48 Covering for a root apex. •1!) To low as a row. 50 Wayside hotel Sell It! Find It! Kent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place i I* ^ - •" Kemembcr, the more you telL the ," quicker you sell. ' t " 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c ! JBor consecutive insertions, mini( mum of 3 lines in one ad. V -3 times, 6c line, • min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3ftc line, min. 52.79 (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 tlur first publl- , cation, Phone 768 Mistrial Result of Slayton Case Jury Discharged After Futile Day and Night of Deliberation FOR SALE FOR 1 SALE—Ice, Southern Creameries-Station, Third and Ha?el streets '40ii per hundred. J. L. Thomason. 5-3tp. FOR RENT /FOR 'RENT—Attractive apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Call 17! of,321. 3-3t-c HARDY, Al-k. —(/?)— The second trial of ' John • Slayton, former Pocahontas marsha.ll charged as an essess- ory in the laying two years ago of Manley Jackson, Pocahontas night marshal!, ended in a mistrial Friday. After a futile' day and a night in deliberation-the; jury was discharged. The • case- was* brough here on a change of yenue after the Arkansas Suprem Court reversed Slayton's conviction in the first trial. Soiithetni Association Clubs— i • •'• Won Lost Pet. FOR-RENT—Five room ho\ise, 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. Memphis :..... 4 Little Rock ...........: 3 Nashville 2 New Orlea.ns 2 Atlanta :.'.....w 2 Birmingham 1 Knoxville 0 Chattanooga 0 1.000 1.000 .667 .500 .500 .333 .000 .000 Clubs National League Won Lost WANTED — Baldheadefl 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. New York 47 Chicago ; 43 St. Louis • 41 ittsburgh 36 Boston 38 Brooklyn 29 Philadelphia 28 Cincinnati - 22 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 pat- i-onage. 3. M. Sparks, 512 South Walnut. 26 6tp. Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat, Co. FOUND FOUND—Automobile key with rec twine string tied to it. GVmer may claim key by calling at Hope Star am paying for this ad. 2-3tc LOST LOST—White Persian cat, leathe collar. Call 542-W. 3-3tp. American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York'.'. 44 26 .( Detroit 44 29 .( Boston 38 35 .! Cleveland 37 34 .i Washington 38 36 .i St. Louis 31 3C Philadelphia ...,. 30 41 Chicago 24 49 .1 RESULTS THURSDAY Southern Association Memphis. 3. Chattanooga 2. Atlanta 3, New Orleans 2. Only games scheduled. National League New York 13, Brooklyn 7. Philadelphia 14, 2,stun 11. Only games. American League Cleveland 8, Chicago 0. New York 8, Waslii.v - -:i 3. Philadelphia G, Boston 5. Only games. 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 SOc PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE *»*S&sil&" •" Friday, Ju •--'— *--- v * —*—^.m. 8y WILLIAM OUT OUR WA By AHERN AND THBN 1 CAN't GEt, ANV WORK OUT OF VOU / PUT THAT «'^**=' - , 6ut GIVE A A CHANCE TO HEAD, ONCE. INf A . -e, W\THOUT StARTIN \ TO HOUL.6R, BEFORE A EV6N GITS "To TRY HIS lOfeE'S OUT. A1NT o^k Now, IN toucu wrm THE hA/N -WHO OWN.-S BACK UP IN THE / " LON<S> /. ON TH ATTIC- AND 6ET NU66ETS TO TOWN / . NAME, ISN'T GOOT HOOPLE ? WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY. By MARTIN Gettin' Even! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES YOU TV\\^> P.W. ? TRY M'M^t MM VtAMt -'Xtt NOO * \W\StNT Ht \<b '. SOCV\ 600O COM9AKN 1 , 'T VOO By HAMLIN Nasty Medicine! ALLEY OOP CRA"ZIER'N A CROSS-EVED BABOON/ MftVBE IT'LL BE SAFE TO GO - \ BACK THERE „, . e (034 BY Ht« SERVICE. INC. IT. M. REO. U. 8 By CRANE Mysterious Doings! WASH TUBES \V-L ARE HEAVILY ARMED. SOME APPEAR RATHER • HE ROADSTER TURNS IN THE DRIVE ^ „ A PRIVATE SANITARIUM MpAR WINt CHESTER, 2O MILES AWA-V. . t~» NERVOUS. / KEfeP CXJTA SI6HT, BOVS, AND SURROUND THE PLPCE A-S 8EST,.,_™ r , , VOU CAM UsrriUTHE CHIEF AND |1|F;' Jj 1-HE OTHERS SET.HER6«^,^ [' wA $ ;iATE ArTPRNOON. TWO POLICE CARS TRAIL A \lbsHAPPV ROADSTER OUT OE THE CITV Of- *° FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Surprise Happiness! ByBLOSSER J'l VssU Like To SUPPOSE I T&LD GEE, DAD, IF YOU DID THAT, I CANT DO IT /LONE, DAD.' SOUNDS GREAT.' WHY I'D LIKE TO HEAD FOR WOULD j IVE GOT THE DON'T You DO IT? You EARNED I'D B£ HAPPIER THAN NUTTY IS THE ONLY THE WILDERNESS... TAKE REWARD YOU MONEY THIS SPRING-AMD < FELLOW I'D CARE TO .SAVED MOST ) HAVE Go WITH ME .' OF IT/ Y/MEN OUR DENTIST A TRAIN TO GOLDEN, AFFORD I FOP SAVING/ To ME," RINSE OUT GRAB A STAGE AND CO IT.' BY DOUBLING MOUTH, I'M THROUGH DRILLING'" SODA CREEK: .ON THE FRASER RIVER..,. JUST LET ME SHOW I'D HAVE TD PACK AND b\^S 1 I>J« BV HEA SERVICE. INC. One Bluff to Another! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) HCREL'S A. SNAPPr UMBEC_\' TPY n ON (. CvJ!:V'^ I PUT VIEP. OH HELLO MCS. COMEft! / GLf\t) YOU LVKE >T. } \ HAVE (\UU Mr / CQOD TV-f W ; S <50 GOOD TO SCC / \T'S fcN tt-APOPT. 1 GET FQOCV<5 MMit/ MCi^. YOU HOW VHCE YOU W_U V^Y THlfAGS FROM/ BV <-K PMfl - Bl-VJFFEP!! l±)OK \M THKT FROCK\) A.N EXCLUSWE SHOP

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