Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 11, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 11, 1934
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, July 11,: 1084 Dickens Illustrator Answer to Previous I'uz/lc 1 Famous illustrator of Dick- <Sns| stories, •George . JO Professional tramp. 14 Malicious burning: of property. 15 To expiate. 17 To DC ill. IS Storehouse. 20 An old card game. 22 Provided. 24 Fragrant Smell 50 First day of England. 26Encvsted tumors. fifAtito. 23 Ceases, 31 EntraD*!. 33.Type 35'Singtog voice. £57 Ten c;nts. ;3STo let fall. ,40 To sink. '41 Ream (abbr.). f 43 Tailless am; phibian. tiS Minor note. j4(?To devour. 48 To trail. August. 55 Winter pre« cipitation. 5" Portico. 59 Apportioned as cards. 60 Hodgepodge. 62 To relieve. 64 Three-toed sloths. 65 He depicted the downfall of the . 66 He was born in , VERTICAL 1 He won world fame for his 2 Railroad. 3 Custom. •1 A particle. 5 Burrs in wood. 6 Resembling blood. 7 Preposition. S Neither. 9 Recognized. 11 Rowing devices. 12 Twice. 13 He illustrated Dickens' 'i _ __» 1C Night before. 19 Kettles. "1 Half an em. "•> To wither. L'o Point in a if orbit. 2S SUin. 30 One of a Malay tribe. 32 Any wrong- till act. 34 Lawful. 36 Crucifix. 39 Established •J-'Geld house. •14 Dating device. •)T Balsam. 49 Spur. 51 Paid publicity 5^ Base. 53 Girl. 54 Too. 56 Opposite of lose. 55 Like. 61 All right. 63 Deity. 43- ra i^ ^^sS 15 10 \i 52 53, New Laxative Does 6 Things Doeton know a good laxaeiva should 5*X*. B *' x "f^ 1 "* which Fecn-a-mint the dMiaoua chewing gum laxative possesses 1. Otlidaia, so you will not put off ufcinu «. 2. Thorough, more natural action. 3. Non- vi l ° rmin S- 4 - Saf»' for even children. '• No richness to upset diet or appetite. 6. Gradual placement of laxative in intes- ttnes. Doctors regularly prescribe the laxative ingredient in Feen-a-mint. Delay is dan. •eroui ID today safely get back on schedule •nd s*ay there. Chew Feen-a-raint, Sell Itt Find It.' Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Marketplace Remember, the more you.tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6 times, 5c line, min. SOc 26 times, SVfec line, min. 52.70 (Average 5V& 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. G. Wilhoit family, Box 3, Hope Route 2. 7-4tp NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought and sold in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. H-6tc FOR SALE FOB SALE: EGA-Victor Auto Radio. Practically new. J. A. Davis ll-3tp. Bargains in used mowers—some as low as 57.50. South Arkansas Implement Company, Hope, Arkansas. 9 3 tc. Best Paint Sold— Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. SALE OR TRADE— One Ford Truck. See V. C. Johnson at South Arkansas Implement Co. 9-3tp. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOUND FOUND—Office key. Owner may obtain same by calling at Hope Star and paying fo rthis ad. ll-3tc WANTED WANTED—School books, ranging from 7th to 12th grade. See Selma Bartlett. 11-He. Louisiana Negro Lynched Monday Mob Hangs Fanner Following Attempt on Girl Aged 19 BASTROP, La.—(/P)-A mob Monday night lynched Andrew McLeod 26 negro farmer, who officers said admitted that he attempted to attack a 19-year-old Bastrop girl early Sunday morning on a highway near here. Officers said there were about 300 in the mob. They formel in the northern section of this usually quiet little seat of Morehouse parish and marched on the small brick jail. Wittle little rouble the mob battered down the jail door and took the negro from his cell. He was cringing in a corner of the cell, holding his hands over his head to ward off blows when the mob leaders grabbed him. McLeod cried and pleaded with the mob, but he was taken out of the jail, carried to the courthouse, a block away and was hanged from the branch of a spreading oak tree on the courthouse lawn. The mob dispersed and a few other citizens came up and cut down the body. STANDINGS Clubs Southwestern Goodyear Atlanta Hope Two States League Won Lost Pet. 3 0 1.000 3 2 .600 2 2 .500 0 .000 Southerti Association Clubs— Won L"st Pet. Memphis 7 Little Rock 6 Nashville , 6 Birmingham 4 AtLanta 4 New Orleans 4 Chattanoga 3 Knoxville 1 .700 .667 .667 .500 .444 .400 .375 .143 Clubs- National League Won Lost Pet. Now York 48 Chicago 46 St. Louis 43 Pittsburgh 38 Boston 39 Brooklyn 30 Philadelphia 30 Cincinnati 24 27 30 31 33 * J 7 45 47 .640 .605 .581 .535 .513 .400 .390 .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 Luck's Tourist Court Special rates for private dances. Music furnished. Ray Luck Phone 222 H.E.Luck eison B Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 SOc OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY f&Zl %%> vmo LARKS YGOT IN ASLEEP, v TH V PAT BLOKE '" WITH TH % CUCUMBER NOSE COULD SAW W\TH THAT AND THE 'Hi "BOYSr WERE A "BIT TOO •BOISTEROUS SWENSON "PICKED EtA U? ,TWO O'CLOCK TH\S S\NGINT \N TH N "BANT3 SHELL, AN" ONE OP 'ECA WAS UP ON A HORSE STATUE ,YELUN % THAT -\" REDCOATS WAS '—THEY WE'RE OVER TW TAT GUY SELL\H S Ax (SOLO fvMNE /'-*-«-v3U>&T \M UNTIL THEY "DRY OUT/ it HgH^/ NOW, PON'T THINK- FER V ~7 ONE MINUTE I'M 6ONNJA X By WILLIAMS STOP YOU FROM LEAVIN' HOME— OH, NO- I'M JIS UOOKIN'TO SEE IF VOU GOT EVERYTHIN' VOU NEED/ THER'S NO SOAP, NO WARSH RAG, ER TOOTHBRUSH, ER COMB.ER THEM'S JIS WHUT ..^ WASHED OUT. 7-11 i53i r.f Mr A icn/irr. INC T. M nrr, » s I»»T orf. * j BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES IE Extra! Extra! VtfcYY.,1 <OO TWE «>ov'e> By MARTIN \_fvbT WE TO L *^^"^^""^ » » v • 8F*1 XCX tate»t.to*i^te» v |«, are .T>e re 1934 nY NTA SERVICE INC T M flEC, U S PAT Off TOO DA\f,Y, UOHO WON'T TE\A_ A 6CH& ROKiMVE. - iOMt HOW . HM5O T'^AV MO TO H\M '. WANDA • vou »•• ALLEY OOP HE9, OOP- COME ON DOWN HERE.' 1 GOT SO,v\E NEWS FOR VOUR It Looks Bad for Dootsy! D'VA MEAN T'TELL ME DOOTSV BOBO KNOWS OOOLPv SLACKED TH' / PRINCESS, AN 1 THREATEHS ~" TO SQUEAL IF SHE WON'T ./THAT'S TH' DOPE, MARRY Jf OL' PAL, OL' PAL.' HIM? / ( HE'S THRONED A SCARE INTO, THAT GAL/ [BUT .1 RUBBED OUT HER j FOOTPRINTS AN' . !DESTROVED, 1 ALL.TH 1 ./ EXACTLY- EVIDENCE .'/ 80T OF THAT HE'S TOLD HER 'NAUGHT- THAT'S ^VJHERE HE'S GOT HER CAUGHT.' T. M. RCG. U. 5. PAT. orr. THEN,VJHAT'S /NOT A BLASTED TO KEEP ME mMNG THAT I CAN FROM PUTTING JSEE — AN'.IF VA OUTA '/V, 'NEED HELP, JUST BUSINESS ? ) <. CALL ON S^ _ J ^"^—i By HAMLIN DO I NEED HELP?] WASH TUBES WHY, VOU VELLOW FLftT FOOTS. I' The Capture ADRONI WHIBLS, ANP OPENS F-IRE "WITH A SAW6D-OFF SHOTGUKJ. (F ^ v ^-S «<?-=*•-?= fpHE 6AI-1QSTERS FOLLOW SUIT. U A fOLICEMAM CLUTCHES HIS SHOULDER — - OTHERS' OPEN P'RE V.TCH AUTOMATIC RIFLE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS PISTOL, RIFLE AND MACHINE By CRANE ^«'^. . O I9.la nr NCA scnvicr, INC. T. M ntr. u s PAT. nrr All Set! COMING, FRECKLES? ) YEP. 1 WE'RE GOT YOUR OUTFIT NEARLY PACKED ? HOW ABOUT A CAN OPENER / AMMUNITION FIRST-AID KIT AND A HUNTING ^ KNIFE? THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) / YOU'RE GOING A LOK/G WAY, YOU KNOW.' You CAN'T RUN Vo A CORNER STORE, |F YOU FIND YOU'VE FORCOTTEM SOMETHING .'.' I THINK HAVE EVERYTHING n 1 [N TEN SECONDS, HUSH WATSON IS SHOT IM THE LEG,TRYING TO ESCAPE, dJ)TRIQGER BRADLEV FALLS. A HAIL OF BULLETS DROPS IRON-JAWLADRONl n \AHO JOEV-THE-EEL GRUFFO. THE OTHER DESPEgAPOS SURRENDER.^], By BLOSSER 'WE'VE } WELL,IF TWO BOYS CAW^ PACKED REMEMBER TO THOSE- TAKE SoAP AKJD T°°TH Ton' ' / BRUSHES, THEY 1 • / LJA\/c^l'T- o^r*s~~,-r~ HOW ABOUT SOAP AND YOUR "ItiOTH BRUSHES •z Experience at Your Expense! MWM TO DO SOME. FIXING UP A.POUND THE YARD DONE Ar4Y GM2DENIN 1 I WISH YOU'D GIVE ME ]( HOW MUCH A TCrr A-T IT,M/XM_I / VWOULt) ^fOU WANT, 50QE- NEED THE WOOK /-C\ A D^C ? -^n^ YOU CEQTAINLY ASK DOLLAPSI PLEHTY ' FOQ ^ ^*°- ' WITH wo EXPEDIENCE HAVEN'T FORGOTTEM ] ANYTHING .'.' By COWAN BUI IT'S SO MUCH \NO«K,WHEN YOU 'DON'T KNOW KNYTHlt 1G ABOUT VTl

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