Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 26, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 26, 1934
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Wagnerian Expert Answer to rrovlons Pnwtto J.SWho U the muslf 9.1 con- ductcif in the picture? 13 Slrefct. 14 To, fcaliho. 15 Orderly col- papers. 1ft Broach. IS Mud. 2<J Nominal value. 21 Fabric. 25 FIHh. SSItalian river. 26 To Accomplish. 53 Half an em. 2S Fodder, vats. 54 Exclamation 20 Amphibian. of pleasure. SJGort of war. Si! Dye. He lg mous 1? Vexes. 19 God of favo parasite. 24 Powder ingrsdient. 27 Verbal. 29 Mnlo tltl*. :ilVale. 33 Surface measure. 15 Chaos. 37 Fire rod. stopper from. 39 Caterpillar nair. VKBTICAh 4lHewa»bora l' Form o£ "be." In , 34 Crystalline fat. 57 Guides a boat. . 3 Burden. 36 To hU. 38 Ro-Ying devit.es. 10 Bush. 42 Coagulated •lump. 44 To ogle. 4fi Sun god. • 45 To piece out. BO Devoured. 51 Sprite. 59 Ship's record bouk. fil To conduct. 62 Kinds of wrens. 4 Domesticates B Paradisaic. 6 Stream obstruction. 7 fJreedy, 64 Molding edge. S Worth. 06 He helped 3 Preposition, establish the 10 To drink New York slowly. Orchestra. 11 To applaud. 67 To take the 12 Egret. Germany. 43 Stretched tight. 45 Gusto. 47 Alternate, 49 Stories. 52 Dreads. 55 Homelike. 58 To redact. BO Jewel. 63 Above. 65 Therefor. Sell Itl Find It! Rent Itl Buy III in the Hope Star Market Place Bemember, the more you tell. th« quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30a For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c ,• 28.times, SVic^lin?, nun. $2.70 . • (Average 5% words to the line) N0TE—Want ads win be accepted with; the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, -before the first publl cation, Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co NOTICE Accident Policy provide $5000 for public carrier accidents an 53000 for all other accidents. Only 25e per day. Wayne H. England, Tele phone 475. 24-3( NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought an sold in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county, BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. ll-6t DINGS Two States League Clubs Won Ix>st Pet. Southwestern 8 0 1.000 Joodyear 5 5 .500 Atlanta , 3 3 .500 i Hope 0 8 .000 Southern. Association Clubs— tfew Orleans VIemphis Atlanta Nashville Little Rock Knoxville ..: Birmingham ... hattanooga ... 15 .. 16 . 14 .. 13 .. 10 .. 10 .. 9 WANTED STANDARD COFFEE CO. is in need, of-salesmen in Hope and other towns in Arkansas- to take orders and qualify fo restablished routes. See Mr. M. Blassingame Sunday afternoon between, 2 and 5 at Capital hotel or write Poatoffice Box 258 Hope. Itp WANTED: Small Diamond. About Vt carat. Must be cheap for cash. Apply this office. 18-3t " FOR RENT National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 59 Chicago 50 St. Louis 53 Pittsburgh 42 Boston 46 Philadelphia 39 Brooklyn 38 Cincinnati 29 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit > 57 New York 55 Cleveland 50 Boston 49 St. Louis 40 Washington 43 Philadelphia 35 Chicago 31 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Little Rock 4-4, Memphis 3-6. Atlanta 2, Nashville 1. New Orleans 5, Birmingham 2. Only games scheduled. FOB RENT—Five room apartment, furnished, south exposure, garage. To qouple. Phone 2l7-W.-Mrs. W. F. Saner. 23-3tp Six room house furnished. South Spruce street Also five room house Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Sehooley, Phone 1638. 4 rings. 21 _3tp. FOR SALE CRAPES for sale, $1 per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C. Johnston. 26-3tp. 100-pound porcelain-lined refrigerator, practically new. Phone 321. 25 3tp Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co Used cars bought and sold. P. A, Motor Co. 16-26t. National League Boston 2-7, Cincinnati 1-3. St. Louis-New York, wet grounds. Pittsburgh-Philadelphia, wet grounds Chicago-Brooklyn, postponed, rain. American League Chicago 4, Washington 0. New York 5, St. Louis 4. Boston 9, Detroit 7. Cleveland 8, Philadelphia 3. The average pay per mile under air way contracts awarded by the United States government will be 29.7 cents as compared with the previous rate of 42 cents. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Shallow scratches in the windshield rnay be removed by rubbing the glass with a piece of hard felt that has been moistened in water and then dipped in rouge. . « i •' The largest fish ever captured was a spotted whale-shar!' ''} feet long and weighing 25,59-1 pounds, harpooned off the coast of Florida by Capt. Charles Thompson in 1912. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered SOc PHONE; s Bv WILLIAMS OUt QtJR WAY ByAHERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE , HOW MUCH WILL CHAR6E <SOT SOME <3HBEN APPLES' OUT OF YOUR LOOK A CKfcCK MJ\DE TO THIS MAWV HOW MUCH ARE THEV WOP-TH ? I 7HOUGH! \T JUST THE OLt> TVPE.BUT \YS OWES WE/ OF WEALTH QUEER <3UYS. By HAML1N BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Bv MARTIN ^ A Bite for a Bite! ALLEY OOP • AVIffiT'FROfA'V 1HKT THWG ' \ DON'T WAW IT./VJX RUMNW.' 6"WAN. SCRArA? THROUGH TH' JUNGLE .' SERVES ' RIGHT, TH' HORN- SNOUTEP a LUNKHEAD ! 3g| By CRANE Getting. Acquainted! WASH TUBES WHAT! • NEWER. \ / WELL, DON'T BE SO TOUCHY ' HUMPH! THajGHT_you't7 I/_HORATIO CflW VOU Y'W^HTj PERSOW JT SUH , I'M : ONE" MOMENT; MV GOOD MAM. TELL ME WHERE 1 CAM PIKJD- NAMED CAPTAIN / Wfr**^! • • •T*w«^ r ^ \/ I-»»*M«»/*--«>-I-«I b'b^ —— •- —/ HEARD OF. ME f X >T, BUDPIE. SO LOM<5 AS THE FOOCfc BE MC«E COMMANDIN6- T BOARDMflN? . , . MEVEP. HEARP OP \QOOD ( MV PODMER AWO I DOM'T WELL, NEVERMIKID, CAPTAIN.l HUM— NEVER MIND EATING WlTH VOU. VOU MUST DIME WITH ME. \ HEARD OF k I'M -HORATIO DMH. A-, VOU. 419,000. FORE ISM CARS STOPS IW FRONT CF THE LAME MvWSraN. By BLOSSER Special Delivery! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THATS WHAT I CALU QUICK JUSTICtf...BATEESE D6UIV6R9 HIMSELP,UN- ACCOMPANIED ( -TO SHERIFF, WITH A TICKET TIED TO HIM CHARGING HIM WITH ROBBING TRAPS >f ...AND SHERIFF LAWRENCE, AT PINYON, car ONE MORE BOARDER' THE CANOE'LU STAY IN THE MIDPLE OF THE STREAM TILL IT GETS TO P! si YON j CAN'T HE JUMP OUT? WHAT ARE COIKIC TO DO WITH HIM, CHARLIE •2 POT HIM IN CANOE AN' SHOVE IT INTO MOT A CHANCE, NUTTY H BUT, WITH HIS HANDS TIED BEHIND HIS BACK, I PONT THlMK HE'LL WAtfT fptv -" ^lik i v I T, M, BIO. U S P»T. OFT, , ] IB34 GV NEA CCftVICC. INC. t^J By__COWAN V X£3,AN'S\NCEia.D \ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) BUT WHO'D WANT T^PEND MONEY THAT UP?»T'S ABOOT T'F, DOWN THEY SAY LOT OF THESE OLD LACES IS BEIN' FIXED UP PLACES MUST BE GETT^SG SCARCE, \F THAT'S BEEN WHO'S PENTIKG THE OLD ANDREWS HOUSE - i SEE: THEY'RE TAXING THE <3\GN DOWN YCP,ER IT'S BEEN •SOUP. I SEE. THEM TAKE. YHKT SIGN TWO MINUTES •XXXI MEAN SOMEONE RENTED THW OLD FLOORS EO 1 LADY ANDREWS K ALL. CROOKED XDIE.D,THERE'S A AND THE. PLASTER LOT A PEOPLE SAY CW^CKIN 1 OFF vTHE PLACE IS HAUNTED VLL BET THEY WON'T L\VE THERE LONG A WHEEL WITHIN A WHEEL- Won Lost Pet.

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