Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 21, 1934 · Page 4
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Saturday, July 21,1934 A Self-Portrait "T ' HORl'ZONTAIi i ,>**!. Who painted * y ' the portrait In th«LPfctwrct J3 Model. " ,$l African antelope. 15 To rescue. 16 Small wild ox. It Melat money. 19 Small salamander. Si Con vent worker. 24 To hold. 2t Born. 25 Seventh note. 26 Railroad. 2? And. 29 Sun god. 30 Rumanian Answer to Previous Sis W3S B EaSi HE! d BQii Him 0HGS (3 AGR5 4o Provided. •15 Conundrums. 5t Toward. 52 Heathen god, 5-1 Recessed monetary unit. *' ! " tlow »»«=»„! 5;- Cysts. 57 Yellow finch. 53 Hops kilu. GO Shailon-. 61, 62 His masterpiece is "The from the 31 Pistol. 33 Prepares for publication. SSTo embarrass. 37.A larva. S3 Wigwam. 30 Pair. 40 Paid publicity. 41 Corpse. 42 Credit. IS Xole in .1 scale "0 lie was a well- known of painting. 22 Military expedition to the Holy. Land. '-?• Contradicts. "8 Networks. 28 Radio bulbs. ;;o Cover. .",2 To doze. I!! Ridiculed. 3ti Inferior products. .•! I Warning cry in golf. •U; Nay. •17 To press. •IS Pith of a matter. •19 Kncountcred. 0 Morindfn dye. VKHTICAJ4 2 Tedium, 3 Indian mahogany •I Kpoch. 5 Keam (abbr.) 0' Contest for a prize. 7 One. S Moon goddess. 51 Afternoon 0 You and me. meals. 10 Curse. 52 Kxlsts. 11 Equable. 12 More modern. 1C He was educated in , lielgiiini. IT Company. Ou' Circular fortification. r>j Pronoun. 5G Southeast. 5S North Carolina CO Senior. KS 17 ^ 10 w 48 49 SO IO 15 35 36 Z4 5^ ^ 55 It 3fe ?S42 ^ ie eo Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Iti in the Hope Star Market Place Bemembcr, the more you tell, the quicker you selL , ' 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o I'M 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. $2.79 . (Average SVt words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before tha first publi- otioiv Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought and sold in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. ll-6tc WANTED STANDARD COFFEE CO. is in need of salesmen in Hope and other towns in Arkansas to take orders anij qualify fo restablished routes. See Mr. M. Blassingame Sunday afternoon between 2 and 5 at Capital hotel <?r write Postoffice Box 258 Hope. Itp STANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Pet. Southwestern _ 6 0 1.000 Goodyear _ 4 3 .571 Atlanta 2 3 .400 Hope .... o 6 .000 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Memphis 13 8 .619 New Orleans 11 7 ,611 Nashville 11 8 .579 Atlanta 11 9 .550 Birmingham 8 9 .471 -hattanooga 7 8 Little Rock 7 11 .467 .389 Knoxville ..._ , 5 13 .278 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Mew York 56 31 .644 Chicago 52 34 .605 St. Louis 49 35 .583 Pittsbur-gh 41 40 .506 Boston 43 44 .494 Philadelphia 36 50 .419 Brooklyn 36 50 .419 Cincinnati 27 56 .325 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. WANTED-Small furnished house or apartment for one month. Call 391. 19-ltp Ride to Chicago. Write Wilson Hall, Hope, Arkansas. 17-3tp. WANTED: Small Diamond. About % carat. Must be cheap for cash. Apply this office. 18-3t FOR RENT FOR RENT—Moders five room house with 7 acres adjoining, 1523 South Main. Phone 423. 14-3tc Six room house furnished. South Spruce street Also five room house Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, Phone 1638- 4 rings. 21 _3tp. FOR SALE Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lev/is Motor Co. 16-261. $est Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. Use4 cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST LOST—Pair of lineman's blocks on North Hervey street at city limits. Reward. C. R. White, Columbus, Arkansas. 19-3tp Detroit 53 New York 50 leveland 46 Boston 47 5t. Louis 38 iVashington 41 Philadelphia 33 Chicago 29 32 33 38 40 41 46 50 57 .624 .602 .548 .540 .481 .471 .398 .337 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Birmingham 7, Little Rock 4. New Orleans 6, Memphis 3. Atlanta 14, Knoxville 7. Chattanooga 4-1, Nashville 3-6. National League New York 11, Cincinnati 5. St. Louis 5, Boston 1. Chicago-Philadelphia, rain. Only games. American League Chicago 7, New York 6 St. Louis 7, Washington 4. Philadelphia 5, Detroit 4. Cleveland 5, Boston 3. Engineers of the Bureau of Air Commerce have developed a method of converting the radio beacon signals received through the headphones into visual indications by a needle pointer on the instrument panel. Air commuters service between New York, Cleveland and Chicago, operating 16 planes daily, has been inaugurated. An aviator's hand gauge for measuring wind velocity, small enough to he slipped into the pocket is being us ed by Rusian airmen. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Bay Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wa*h Suite Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 HOFJbJ STAH, HOPS, ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY YOLfD BETTER LOAJb SOME SAHD BALLAST INTVW "PLUG, MAT OF YOURS/10 KEEP YOU "PRO»v\ CARRYING YOUR NOSE SO Hk=,H^ SINCE MINE TLOP, YOUVE •PUTTING THE. SOCIETY Ti LORGNETTE ON WHAYS IT ALL ABOUT YOU^E: STILL THE SAME OLD "RUN-OVER HEELS TcT INDEED,' MADAstvN-^-THE WORM TURNED/—NO LONGER WILL. I "BE THE SCAPEGOAT FOR "ROWDY SCOFFS AND TAUNTS "BY THE LOW-BROWS Or- THIS HOUSE /—"FROM NOW ON>t 'DEMAND THE "RESPECT DUE A . GENTLErY\A,N OF "REFINEMENT AND) - - - • • BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES GOOD MORN I M/ MISTER GINSENG- HOW AP.E VOU, THIS BEAUTIFUL MORNIW'? / ' I'D LIKE TO B5 AS PLEASANT TD EVERYBODY AS THAT GUY—ALWAV SMILIN'—ALWAYS POLITE-ALWAYS FEELIN' <30OD-BLJT EVERY BODY THIN HE'S CRACKED By WILLIAMS 7 ^ DON'T GIT IT/ A GUY WHO'S FEELIN TOO GOOD ALL THE TIME, IS CRACWED- AW A auY WHO'S FEELIW 1 BAD ALL TH'TlME, IS JUST A GROUCH— WHY IS A SOUR FACE: MORE SAME THAW A 6RINMIN' ONE? ASK "•"" i'T THE. NUT VOO AfctttT VOO OOW'T \<UOW KER O»O, VOO'O WYTtt Kt -V TWt MOSS VOX., \V? VOO Who's Ditching Who? .CM/J^OP'. voo "VO >O KtR. I , VtT WL Tt\A. VOU ALLEY OOP By HAMLIN VOO AREMT -\Wc SAME. MANi THAT TO MA'viRV '. VOO'vyt \ \KiTO VOOR. HERE AS A T\Wc VO\\ENi lAiOOVOKl'T VXAME COKi^NOE^EO VOO UP ~-«>OT,KiOVM— VOO CV\AN(bE<D SO,UO\TH AVV VOOV2 COVAVAOSi XOEA-b , "L VOO OU TV\W VOQ VOO , VOO * V °° A VOOR K>'T WORTH \T! XH^\ , Atoo TV\W —. GET OOT I HATE TOO THIS. BUT IF GUZB SORE TOE IS WHAT'S H'QLDIN! UP MV MARRIAGE TO TH 1 PRINCESS, I GOTTA . /AAKE SURE IT. l . STAVS SORE' WASH TUBES H'LO.YER WAOESTVi/bK'kvT t x"»yN*A t^ ^-»\ ir-r^ -*-xv s*^ vxr\r^~ i i COME OVER TO/Tu EV'NVBOV sunui \jf\ & MC\.I I «w-tv r^tJOY. Cause for Delay! By MARTIN BLOO1E- \ DON'T SEE 1 SO WONDERFUL ABOUT THAT // 'S AVJRIGHT,V ^ rf 6OZ —YOU WILL / THE CASHIER F^LL IW WITH THE IDEA LET EM ACCUSE HIM OF THE MURDER, Awfe PRESTO' BABE J.ED THE WAY TO LADROMI, WHO WAS ' RECOVERING FROM WOUWDS HE'D RECEIVED IN THE BANk HOOKUP. _ ""'^'ffil BUT WHY \ / THEV WERE HAVING " ^'O THOSE V A BIS. PAV-OFF. AND -. .NtaSTERS THOUG'HT BABE HAD SMOOTHER? COUPLE-CROSSED? 'EM A AMD SQUEALED TO X V^THE POLICE / Cleared Up! OOWP.V OH IT SLIPPED/ FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AFTER YOU EXPLAINED TO THE POLICE I/^THAT HOW BflBE PlAMOSJD SHOT MY DADDY I WAS THE WHYOM EARTH DID THEY ACCUSE '/ CHIE'-'S V IDEA. By CKANE _ HE WANTED TO WAB BUT DIDN'T KMOW WHERE TO FIND HIM. BABE, HE THOUGHT; WOULD GO TO HIM THE MOMEMT SMS FELT THAT THE POLICE WERE MO LOMQER WATCHINJ6 HER * 1 '*• ^B^ ' '•" "™ Three Minus One! 2I\ NOW, TURN YOUR BACKS TO ME, AN' . - - , WHY, NUTTY.' •SCRAM AWAV FROM HERE. ) WHERE'S CHARLIE"? ( JUMPIH 1 THIS GUM GOES OFF > H _ ' ) JIMINY !/ EASY. HEY; WASN'T^ HE WAS HERe < ,o HP JUST A SECOND j ' S HE AGO " •* GOME THREE OP YOU 7 ' /a !i %. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) WHAT A SWELL PAL HE TURNED OUT TO BE... RUNNIKIG/AT THE FIRST SIGSJ OF DANCER .' DO YOU REALLY IHIKIk THIS GUY MEANS BUSIMESS SURE. 1 GUYS DON'T ]*'.'^f* POINT GUNS AND ^\' , ^\ THREATEN PEOPLE FOR ] •*' ^ \S/ NOTHING !! WE MUSTA /"—"^ INTERRUPTED SOME- / WWAT THING, AND HE ^./DO YOU By BLOSSER WANTS TO GET RID OF US // SUPPOSE HE WAS DOING ? WHY, MOS. DALTON, 1 HAVE.HT SEEN YOU MY HUSBKND AND YOUQS HAD THAT FUNNY BICYCLE PACE AS THINGS TUPNCD OUT, THEY WAS NUTWN' VCW) WOU -TWM WAS FUNNY ABOUT IT, AS I Well! Well! Well! * 'VK/BUT THINGS. I HAVEN'T AMY IPEA, BUT I'D SURE LIKE TO PINO OUT/ T M HLC, i; s PAT err " "*••' MC * SERVICE. IU WHERE IS CHARLIE By COWAN OKMY.VESlVC WAS S'S\CK,\T TOOK \M DAYS [\\V DWS T'FEEIL

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