Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 10, 1934 · Page 4
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fOUR HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, July 10, 1934 A Racquet-eer &"V' Who f« the sport star In {fie picture? IS Narrow Inlet. 14 Recessed window. 15 Sun god. IS Self. 19 Blackbird 20 Before Christ. 21 Little devil. 23 Finale. 25 Devoured. 26 Perched. 27 Bound. • 29 To deliver a , bait on a tennis court. 31 Fodder vat. 32 Splendor. '34 lawyer's charge 35 Filmier. 36 Substance , from elephant tusfcs. 37 To sway. 58 Sour 39 Grotesque blunder 41 Exclamation of sorrow. Answer to Previous Puzzle •13 Oceans. 45 Pistol. 48 North America. 4STo drink slowly. 49 Type standard. 50 Brink. 51 Exclamation of pleasure. 53 Company. 54 To relieve. 55 Building site. 57 His sport is —. OS He was world from 1920 through 1925. VKHTICAL. 2 Provided. 3 Falsehood. 4 Theater slrfll. 5 Presses. fi Paid publicity 7 Toward. S Angry. 9 Threadlike mark. 10 The gods. 11 Deity. 12 He is a magazine -. io nun nas oeen a' professional (pl.). . 17 Amidic. 20 Bundle. 2a«ird with a large bill. 21 To dare. 2r> Class for birds 2G He 1s a superior . and doubles player 2S He played on the Cup team. 30 Second note. 31 Skull cavity. 33 Thick shrub. 35 Falsehood. 3S Styptic. 40 Secular. 41 Deputy. 42 Part of a set (pl.). 44 Ladle. 46 Unless. 47 Inner part of hand. 50 Hastened. 52 To skip. 54 Half an em. 55 Seventh note. Bullets Fly Again in Dutch Capital Suppress Revolutionary Newspaper-—Hunt Secret Radio Station AMSTERDAM, Holland.—(/P)—Bullets flew in the-streets of Amsterdam again Sunday night as soldiers and police made a determined effort to suppress a new riot of Communists and unemployed persons. Many were injured asofficiers charged on two street barricades in the Wittenburg district, poorest section of the city. From the housetops, rioters stoned police and soldiers and officers replied with several volleys of rifle fire. In the Jordamm section, where two bridges were burned last week, military engineers forestalled an effort of a mob of about 200 to burn a church. No disorders were reported in other sections of Holland. Suppression of the Communist newspaper, The Tribune, was believed to have contributed to a restoration of order in outlying districts. A secret wireless station, which po- Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market'Pla ce Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, rain. 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, 3M;c line, min. J2.78 (Average 5Vt 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 Screen doors—Hope Bldg, Mat. Co. MUSICAL INSTRUCTIONS on instruments of your choice, at 25 cents per lesson. Call at extreme south end Elm street or address B. O. Wilhoit family. Box 3, Hope Route 2. 7-4tp FOR SALE Bargains in used mov/ers—some as low as $7.50. South Arkansas Implement Company, Hope, Arkansas. 9 3 tc. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. ""FOR SALE OR TRADE—One Ford 1%-Ton Truck. See V. C. Johnson at South Arkansas Implement Co. 9-3tp. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. STANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Pet. Southwestern 3 0 1.000 Atlanta 2 2 .500 Goodyear 2 2 .500 Hope _ 0 2 .000' Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Memphis , 6 2 .750 Little Rock 5 2 .714 Nashville 5 2 .714 Birmingham 4 3 .571 Atlanta 3 New Orleans 4 .420 .444 Chattanooga 2 5 .286 Knoxville 0 ,000 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 48 27 .640 Chicago 46 30 .605 St. Louis 43 31 .581 Pittsburgh 38 33 .535 Boston 39 37 Brooklyn 30 45 .513 .400 Philadelphia 30 47 .390 Cincinnati 24 48 .333 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 46 27 .630 Detroit 47 29 .619 Boston 42 35 .545 Cleveland 39 35 .527 Washington 39 38 .506 St. Louis 31 39 .443 Philadelphia _ 30 45 .400 Chicago 24 51 .320 lice have tried vainly to find continued broadcasting sensational reports of activities in Amsterdam. The umpire behind the plate makes about 200 decisions during a ball game it is estimated, thus giving the fans 200 reasons for calling him a big bum. The reason New York has censured Mae West's new film, "It Ain't No Sin," was because, gramatically, she done it wrong. Being trapped for three hours in a school of 300 whales is bad enough, but what makes the story official is that they all got away, that is the captain and his passengers did. guaranteed RADIO SERVICE Hempstead Co. Lbr. Co. HOYT ANDRES Phone 89 Luck's Tourist Court Ray Luck Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 3 OUR BOARDING HOUSE fPST#l 5,000 TO* JfpT SOLD WNlErmt LVHLE (W |yj{ PHOEBE"/^ ISPOO/ % WUZZAW /—BOYS. H^' , LETS 60 TO TOWN Uf ANt> CELEBRATE \N ' ' THE CA-RN-IVAL ByAHERN VOW /—T\-0 WS TH\N<=> Y/£ fcO IS TO 130 WORTH OF STEAKS, SMOTHERED WITH BOWK CHO' THEN I'M GOIN& TO PU6H MY 0\1 CA'y2. OFF A OUT OUR WAY OB ALL. DE ALLS/ V/ WELL.WHY Q«T EKCITED HIT JES COME TER ME\ ^OW, ICK? TH 1 GAME DEY MAIN' NO HOLES IN\ 1 WARDEN, TH 1 SHERIFF DAT HIDE FER HORNS. DAT AH A DOE AH KILL DURIN' DE HUNTIN \ 1-AN 1 DEY'S A JAIL SENTENCE FOH KILUN'A DOE. AN 1 TM 1 DEPUTIES HAVE ALL BEEN HERE, AM 1 .NEVER NOTICED IT. TAKE. IT DOWN, NOW, ICK— IT'S BEEN THERE EIGHT MONTHS AN 1 , TF VUH TAKE IT DOWN SO SUDDEN, THEV'LL <5!T SUSPICIOUS. THE AWAKENING BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Eyes Have It! By MARTIN UV.O , OY\~\V\ 1 CAN'T ON TH (3OV.V COOR£>t "TVM«b A.M. O\ON>T OH OH : vxtrct OWAY \ OONVV l-\ VV&N^ > 1 STOV.U W/OfsV VUOVA VJ\6HT : HUK>CV\ - Wu'O . VOO\<<b \ 1 V.V ONCW.'c.Vi'b f, A6KWK U'TRV lO r WlJ /,-A_ f) I03l l BY NtA SCHVICC. INC. T. M RtG U 5 PAT ALLEY OOP And When He Does—! ? I WOULDN'T AAARRV ]~AVJRIGH1- YOU,EVEN IF f SUPPOS1N' WERE TH' ) I WAS TO TELL By HAMLIN BUT, OOOTSV BO'9O, ) VJELL. - TH' I TELL VOU I ^GUARD FOUND THAT DOOTSV BOBO TOOK. OOOLA FSQfA OOP MAKES IT EVIDENT TO ME-THAT, HE'S GOT SOMETHING ON f HER TOO; I'LL WATCH J THAT GUV AN' SEE " IF ALLEV OOP J WELL, VOU AINT EVER FINDS A GO\N' HPvD NOTHING 5YOUR FOOTPRINTS- SO HE WON'T / FIND OUT.' TO DO WITH / BUT, OF COURSE HE IT I r<. VJON'T SQUEAL ON YOU-THAT IS -AH~ UNLESS I'D TELL 'IM TO — SOOoo.— THIS. HE'LL FIX VOU f WON'T THOUGH f O 1934 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. M. REO~U. S. PAT WASH TUBES ( HE'S GONE.' HE MUSTA BEENI Tippet? OFF By CRANE INTO THE TUNNED, BOYS.' A CINCH. BUT WHAT IF FOUND OUR CAR HID IN QUIET, NOW. OPEN Y THE SATE AMD— / COPS ARE SAPS, I TELL YA. THERE AI.-J'T A FLftTFOOT ALIVE SMART ENOUOH TO 6ET IRON^JAW fo)OLICE DASH FROM ROOM TO ROOM IN A UFUTILE -SEARCH FOR V\EANWHILE, THE GANGSTERS ARE MAKING HASTY GETAWAY THRU THE BASEMENT, y FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Great Shontasse! By BLOSSER BEEN THERE, MYSELF.' GREAT HUNTING AND FISHING.., AFTER YOU STOCK YOUR SUPPLIES, AT FALLEN LEAF, YOU'LL HAVE TO PORTAGE OVER CRAG MEADOW To CHINOOK. 1 WHEW INDIAN HE'LL TAKE ..AND 1 CAW OUTFIT YOU BOYS WITH EVERYTHING FROM A CANOE TO A FLASHLIGHT...,AND, WHAT'S MORE, I KNOW THAT NORTH COUNTRY YOU'RE GOING INTO .' SHONTASSE IS SMARTER THAN THE ANIMALS H6 TRACKS...AND HE HAS TO BE=...Hi= HAS EYES LIKE A HAWK...BEST TRACKER IN THE NORTH WOODS. NOTHING MOVES WITHOUT HIS KNOV/ING IT...I BET THAT INDIAN m COULD HEAP? A FALLING ARCH. AT FIFTY YARDS / *$] i, (JUP AT. orr /LI E.nuir.F. me... By COWAN THE NEWF ANGLES (Mom'n Pop) f HE.H T DON'T GE.T Seeing Isn't Believing! YES QUICK*. VT WAS "DOWU CT GUCLEY'S THEY"3 A PEPOPT UP TVIE1 STREieT THET YOU'VE BEEN IN t\H ACClpEl^T ',' THAT <5TUFF CLOSE TO IT'S COMBUSTIBLE 1 .!

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