Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 1, 1934 · Page 4
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m^TJ' y :^:^ , Mediterranean Poet f.Aiii i I,. 1 fcoet iHktrlot in " the picture, GaVrielc d' 8H4 is a writer to Previous Puzzle relieve. , 14 Payment demand. } 16 Card gambling • game. 1 4? Renown. , ' 18 Engine. f 19]PulIs along. 21 Wrath. ., • 22 Chum. f 23 To harden. 24 You and me. ; 26 BUI of fare. , , IT Sun god. i 28 Clan symbol. {29 And. 31 Eludes. 33 HUte softening wlution. (SSWaple shrub. (3? .Rubber tree. 1 38 Source of, I Indigo. 35 Exhausted. • V 43 Pacifiers. 45 To permit, I iCIEMSlTlUlDlDlEIDBlLlE 46 He is the most powerful modern writer. 4S Frost bite. 49 Bone. 50 Smell. 51 Journey. 53 To accomplish. 54 Scabbard. < 56 Gaiter. 5$ He is a famous writer of , 59 And was a notable during the World War (Pi.). VERTICAL 2 Approaches. 3 Appellation, 4 To consume. 5 Northeast. 6 Spectral image 7 Opposite of. in, ' 9 Preposition. 10 Tanner's vessel. 11 God of love. 12 To let down. 15 Nay. 17 He seized and held the city for 15 months. IS Horses' neck hairs. 20 To narrate. 22 To become «ih° usted. 25 Patter*. 26 Type of rldM 28 Silent. 30 Claw of an eagle. 32 Weathercocks, 34 Lukewarm. 3(5 Aside. 38 Audibly. 39 Porticoes. 40 Deity. 41 Insect's egg. 42 Ankles. 44 Stains. 46 Thought. 47 Palm, drink. . 50 Unit of electrical resistance. 52 Lump *t butter. 54 South America 5.5 Laughter sound. 57 Toward, Antioch Miss Elevlyn Furry of Lincoln, Ariz., is visiting in or community the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahan and Bush Cook, , Several from here attended the singling school at Laneburg Saturday. -, Tom Himilton has been sick for the . past week. , Washington Cook left Saturday for f* Hector to teach in the Young" Peoples' Sell It! Find It! Hcnt Itl Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Bemember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o Vat consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min. 80c 26 times, 3^c line, min. $2.70 (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 th« first publication, Phone 768 TENNIS RACKETS restruung. All work guaranteed. Call us for a free estimate. Phone 501. 28-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. SERVICES OFFERED Dr. H. D. Linker, Veterinarian Office and Hospital 111 N. Walnut Phone 246-W. l-3t-p. , Help Wanted Company coming to Hope desires office girl. Sales experience desirable, but not necessary. Salary 512 week. Write Box XYZ Hope Star. 30-6tp, FOR SALE GRAPES for sale, ?i per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C, Johnston. 26-3tp. STANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Pet. Southwestern 10 1 .909 Goodyear 5 7 .417 Atlanta 3 H .375 Hope 3 8 .273 Southern Association Clubs- New Orleans .'. Memphis Nashville Atlanta Little Rock Chattanooga Knoxville Birmingham Won Lost Pet. 19 19 17 16 13 12 12 11 10 14 12 16 17 15 18 17 .655 .576 .586 .500 .433 .444 .400 .393 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 61 36 .629 Chicago 58 38 .604 St. Louis 55 40 .579 Boston 49 49 .500 Pittsburgh 45 48 .481 Philadelphia 42 55 .433 Brooklyn 40 55 .421 Cincinnati 33 62 .347 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 59 36 .621 Detroit 60 37 .619 Cleveland ...,. 54 42 .563 Boston ,....'. 52 47 .525 St. Louis 42 49 .462 Washington ' 44 53 .454 Philadelphia 38 55 .409 Chicago 34 64 .347 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Little Rock 4, Birmingham 3. Nashville 5, Chattanooga 4. Atlanta 3, Knoxville 2. New Orleans 9, Memphis 4. National League Chicago 7, St. Louis 2. Boston 4, New York 1. Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 2. Cincinnati 6-5, Pittsburgh 4-7. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg, Mat Co. FOR SALE—Gun Shop, Piano and Victrola. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 315 West Sixth Street 30-3t Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. ' WANTED Shutters. Phone 15. 3t dh. LOST LOST—One green Edison fountain pen. Return to this office. 31-ltp. American League New York 11-2, Boston 2-1. Cleveland 9-2, Detroit 7-4. Philadelphia 8, Washington 2. Chicago 5, St. Louis 2. Training School. Several from here are attending church at Emmet this week. Burton Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole, Brady, Irene and Fern Cook went to Strong Sunday where the three latter wil be in revivals and singing schools for the next few weeks. A family reunion was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will McFarland Sunday. A large crowd was there and reported a nice time. Mrs. Elmore Dugan and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp ents at Tokio. Mr. and Mrs. C.jal King of Sutton arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp bell this week. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Bay Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck ison a Huckins L A UNDRY tj/^^U C-,.;*(. PI-T.C.*•!•«/ I •» >< "ds*6c! 5Gt ^PHONE s HOi'Jfi 8TAH, HOPE, Wednesday OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY WILLIAMS By AHERN r/yOU MADE THAT J1ST TH' KIND, WHEM VOU DONJ'T KNOW HOW GOOD WW^T^^'W'/ YOU '^^^^ m ^' , ^^^^^7 TO BOX IM? THAT'S WHY, TH/XT WE LA., HERE AH IS, Th" CHMiTTEUP^S *Q| EGAt>,NOW SUVT YO TOLD ME TO <E,\T / f VLL BUV A AH "BOU6HT »T TT^Ot^ A "FRtN A, C/XR—WKW-^- ) HANVE TO WHO USET3 TO "DRIVE X AND H^VE THE K $ E T.UStD A -BOOTLEC=.<bE^ I—*- W VAOOPLE COAT TO SfTTIN HOW T3O AH LOOKS *?—-AH L OF ARt^^» T»A\NTED/ UT 3 IN \T~ •f(%^y. t PPPL LAVC A 'C^TZKViP i ONI THE tJOOT^S, ^^-V-^ ^ T&EL ^^^5V AND WOVEN moM&SO 5TANON ST\L\-/< INTQ TH£ ^ M^ NY T\MES \M /> A WHEEL'S ARROW/ ////''''" .'(U/V ^,, ,-^.,, V ''V;^»4); . ..>^/>'//,,,...«V'/.vVv;;',,';^ WIDE AND V-NAN'DSOME: tt^v/ PORTABLE. u.s. PAT orr . <£> 1034 Br NEA ScnvlCC. tNC BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES The Whole Story! TOLD VOO 1 UMHW AfcQOT , AW. OF \T \ SWE. CAMt Y \V X'vic MAOt VOO OK>V\A9PS' , XOO O\OKi'T p| UK)K\MD THING TO >1 'TX^VA -«• ALLEY OOP By HAMLIN Interrupted Calculations! SO DINNV'S IN A ) AW, \ GUESS ^ TREE VA SAV — / HE MUSTA RUN NOW, HOW ARE 1$:K)' V.IC /S/^KIK%A. J-ZIT /'^"i »"C.-' HOW »M HECK J OFFN A CUFF n, vmm ABOUT POOR DlNN' •" •• ' ••/ i IK /*\ 1934 BY HE* SERVICE IMC. I.M.fUG U S PAT OFT. 'V. WASH TUBES /;PERHAPS YOU'VE WOMPEREP, CAPTAIN),^ / WHV, YES.SUH. V"> V^WHV I, A MILLIONAIRE, HAVE ASKED"/ I | HAVE. / / WELI . 'T'S THIS WAV. , I sSTAMP YOU'RE A NUT. VOU GOT A CRAZV IDEA THAT THIS DIZZ.Y YVORJ-D WE LIVE IM IS JUST A BIG MERRY-GO-ROUMD OF PLEASURE. Poor Little Millionaire! ( ( \ 6ETA \ / EXACTLY/ WWILE i— A~~^ kICK OUT \ MAM WHO HAS EVERVTHIMQ. O' LIFE, 1 I LITERALLY EVERYTHING— AM IF THAT'S" V— . -, BORED. WHAT VOU I MEAN. / V , \ ^^SSssxf^ I By CRANE BORED WITH LIFE — DO YOU ecr NE>| eVERVTHIMQ's A TAIW IN THE NECK, AMD I'LL! GIVE-$10,000 TO AWVBODy WHO CAW . SHOW ME A GOOD TIME. I 7 C^Jfl y_ O 1934 BY NEA_SCRVtCE. \HC._ T. M. HEQ. II 5 PAT O FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Naturalist! By BLOSSER WHAT IS r IT CHARLIE? ) rr' S A GRf22LV; I'VE LOST / M ^ ECkLE3 - A ITlhJTWE f BOTHER GRIZZLY, BRUSH /f AWP SHE ' S , „ H /^ PLEMTV MAD? SHE GOT OUR SCENT, HOW \ ALL RIGHT....SHES I CAM yDOWW BREEZE FRO^I YOU ( US, BUT EVEN THAT TELL / DIDN'T STOP HER.' -, / SHE HAS SOME-THING ELSE ON HER MIMD! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) DON'T YOU BELIEVE" IT. 1 SHE'S NOT ' /AFRAID OF AKIY7HIMG I THAT WALK'S... r MAYBE "Vt SEE ™' AT SHE'S j STREET AFRAID PF US i ,„ , r'Jj? fc, -^I'-to I If'^ '^J >W"0^. •» I SCR-ATCHES AMD THAT'S HIS WAT ABOUT /OF DOING IT.... HE NINE A SCRAPED THE FEET" J / RACU? wrru um Kup? ; ( i 'V_. ES.' THOSE ARE FRESH., \ I lES. "Iriv^ji; /-A^t fOIJ }( THEY'RE CLAW ,-,^r- MEAN JSOME GRIZ7LY IS 'BRAG THOSE CINQ HOW TALI. HF IS, 7 KE^i hit. DO YOU SUPPOSE S NO, BUT SHE LOOKED AT THtJ MARKS, DO YOU SUPPOSE \ You CAW BETt ,, A ,. 1D 1F 5HE WASMT MAD, BEAR WE SAW, / SHE . p HAV£ STop p ED ANP TR | ED To y DID THAT ? >J SCRATCH HER MARK JUST A LITTLE HIGHER..'.-.LET'S PICK UP HER TRAIL H r 1~ M|lll||||l|IIIH"'»l"' 1 «/';2sisi'<iil 1 llllllll!IM!l'( iiiiniiMiiiiMiiiiiM /f.,''^ .r\ I,T-:\- %e4 ' ^«^r9 , Ci 1934 p'f N fl£G, U 5 FftT OFF // ' ^-' IMC. The Reception Committee! By COWAN . ST&WD BKCK WEVI i ner , H" A.LL YO') "lO'WVIFOLi'x /X. 1 TO COMF. A-UD SEt V1^ ,/c'^,^C X v-^^J^f^ [f£ ^^*°/ ^s^>/ f ^-

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