Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 3, 1934 · Page 4
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HOPE STAR HOPE, ARKANSAS Ex-Congresswoman HORIZONTAL 1 Who was the , first U S. con ,' gmswoman? 13 Pretense. 14 Wand. 15 Deportment, 16 A rasp. 1? Employs. 19 Young salmon 2iFro2en water 22 Fiendish. 24 Ocean. 25 Behold. 26 Preposition of place. 2S Shoot for grafting SI Small memorial. 34 Street boys. 36 Footway. 36 Accomplishes. 38 Money penalty. 3ft Fine plant , hairs. 40 thoughts. 42 Salad herbs. 46 Wild ducks. 50 Custom. 81 Mongolia Answ Russian. T>5 Heron. 56 Prophet. 57 Sultan's decree. 5S S!ie was a . \s-orker. 59 She got her seat by popular , VEKTICAIj 2 Narrative poem. • 3 Genus of auks. 4 Born. fi North America C Tidy. 7 Bull. 5 Paradise. fl Form of "be." 10 Frost bite. 11 Large parrots. 12 In reality. 16 Foremost in position. 17 Masculine -' pronoun. IS Note in scale. 20 She lived on a until she was 15. 22 To put on. 23 Auto, 25 Worthless person. 27 Lukewarm. 2!) Mohammedan judge. SO Heathen pod. 32 Narrow way. 33 Virginia willow. 37 Midday nap. 38 Pugilistic. S!> She worked t gain — for women. • 41 Vampire. « Owed. 44 Small body of land. 45 Face screen. 47 Self. 4S Part of a circJ 49 Rumanian coins. 52 Work of ' genius. 53 Japanese fish. 54 Stir.. OUR BOARDING HOUSE You pay the government ?22 a yeai in taxes, if you smoke an average of a package of cigarets a day. Sell It! Find It! Rent Itl Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tcU, the quicker you sell. '1 time, lOc line, min. 30c '8*or consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c G times, 5c line, min. 90o 26 times, 3'/2C Hne, min, ?2.7U tAverage 5% 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 ..catioQt Phone 768 TENNIS RACKETS restruung. AH work guaranteed. Call us for a free estimate. Phone 501. 28-6t Screen' doors—Hoce Bldg. Mat. Co. SERVICES OFFERED Dr. H. D. Linker, Veterinarian Office and Hospital Jll N. Walnut Phone 246-W. ^ l-3t-p. Help Wanted STANDINGS Southern Association Clubs- y/on Lost New Orleans 21 H Memphis 2Q ig Nashville 17 14 Atlanta 17 17 Chattanooga 14 15 Little Rock 15 ig Knoxville 13 19 Birmingham 12 19 Pet. .656 .556 _ 518 _ 500 433 '455 M Q .337 National League Clubs— \Von Lost Pet. New York 63 37 .630. Chicago 59 39 G02 St. Louis 56 41 .577. Boston 50 51 .495) Pittsburgh 46 49 .484 Brooklyn 42 55 .433 Philadelphia 42 57 .424 Cincinnati 34 63 .351 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 62 37 New York 60 37 Cleveland 54 44 Boston 53 43 Washington 45 53 St. Louis 43 51 Philadelphia 38 56 Chicago 36 65 .626 .619 .551 .525 .459 .457 .404 .356 Company coming to Hope desires office girl. Sales experience desirable, but not -necessary. Salary §12 week. .Write* Box- XYZ: Hope Star. 30-Ctp. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms. 211 East 3rd street. Phone 757. 2-3tc. Three unfurnished rooms 211 East Second street. Phone 757. 3-3tc. FOR SALE GRAPES for sale, §1 per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C. Johnston. . 26-3tp. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-261. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE-Gun Shop, Piano and Victrola. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 Wen Sixth Street 30_3 t Used cars bought and sold. P. A Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST LOST—One green Edison fountain pen. Return to this office. 31-ltp. ™ NOTICE " . NOTICE—V.'e have moved to Hope Fruit Co., Ill South Wain Street. Bring your cream, egfs, and poultry to our new place. Thanks. J. D. Templeton. 3-2to THURSDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Birmingham 4, Little Rock 2. New Orleans 6, Memphis 1. Chattanooga 6, Nashville 5. Atlanta 1, Knoxville 0. National. Leacua Boston 8, New York 0. Brooklyn 8, Philadelphia 7. Chicago 6, St. Louis 2. Pittsburgh 13, Cincinnati 3. American League St. Louis 9, Chicago 8. Detroit 3, Cleveland 0. New York 12, Boston 4. Washington-Philadelphia, postponed, wet grounds. So They Say! Others can break strikes of daisy- pickers or button-hole makers, but \vhen there's trouble in steel or railroads, or along the docks in San Francisco, they come to me.—P. L. Bergoff, prominent strike breaker. It is much better to have nude girls on the stage than In dress them in provocative manner. — Leon Varna, Paris theater director. Public popularity of artists is a flimsy and perishable product. A screen personality :....y bu a popular hero today and forgotten tomorrow. —Sol Rosenblatt, NRA movie administrator. I lofe my Johnny L :-. ' !::. lofes me. We J'ight, sure, but we make oop again.—Lupe Velez, who petitioned for livorce from Johnny Weissmuller. Lock's Tourist Coyrt Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck IP — AND THIS \<S AN ?f OPPORTU N IT Y, NMS HOOPLt, {i LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered SOc PHONE 8 By AHERN OUT OUR WAY I KNEW nf "^ WHEN •SO, H WENT AP.OUND |i TO C.ET IN ON THE," "'^^™*. fe^K?/ WT^ GROUND PLOOP,! WE <^|^?T wu^V ^ ONE * H£?f HIM, H& ARE ACCEPTING ONLY 1 SURE I WILL / HKSf AN - >C A N GO! PEOPLE OP THE HIGHEST 1 NET •# 5OOO \ NOW HE 4 TH V T3A< CHARACTER, SUCH AS f> A YEAR / HAS ATHPt£-J"BUS!NES YOURSELP.I-^WE HAD S "PRO^T*? /) &TAR /-^-WfcXV. ON& PARTY WHO WANTED ) UM ~ ^ ftv TH T ^l?ra 1 un. S TOJNVEST^Z^O™ Kg^^^U^^^^ _..,. ^^^^ST.^ 0 " 6 "' jV.' j i% :'$ so WE ;C:> TO TURN HIM DOWN / VHi V^* SS>^ N . W^S //^ !> 1 & &\ f^ $ 'X v-AJi 'rZSS -•«W K-'t;.--' |?N "#••*>, V. T- ^s. ?ty ^ Sb. M \ %, \T r.\\^\\ drty^ /»*v..\\ i \\\V' > ,?W. M.REG. U.S. PAT. OF VO N . ... TSW 19-JJ Dy !.'£> SERVICE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 8-3- , , SERIOUS THOUGHT / SAy, SUGAR, \ / ^AV, LISSEM! V-4 I'LL TURM IT OKI/ " I GOT A JOB,. L_\.WAIT/ Bv WFLLIAMi -^~ "f. ^}UV3f**f. 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ME HAS AMD V1LLAS AND WMTINS gy' f H WORLD FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS It's a Dull Life! ' .';i'||v-P!; HI.I.I ny NCA--,ni..itr pf. T i! r'I.-.. I.-. ?.. p.\rorr / '%Wf /mlE OWNS RAii_w/:ys AMD oiu FIELDS AND LrUSANKS AMD IKIDUSTRIAU - --- - WJ •?frj~rf , ALOME M CAMP, PLAYS WITH A Eb«R CUB y LITTLE KNOWING THAT AM =,-<RAGED GRIZ-ZLY MOTHER HAS FOUHO HIS SCENT CHARLIE,THE INDIAN CUIDE,^ RACES FOR THE CAMP, INJ I AH ATTEMPT To WARM NUTTY OFJTHE GRIZZLY'S APPROACM..| A Jam! By CRANE JR : 3FAfi.'M «/,«!>'••--•.= 8 ^Vj 01/u •'. UO.OOO I-!K C'FFERS TO ^WVO.'-JC. V'HO CAM S!-IC'.'J 1-liM /\ CiOOD G:V(.: HIM VHU"I iivHft? w;;'u. -;;;LL THE COCK- l:.Vt"p \VORi.D -THE-y . TO vJi'lC 1 ,'./ KOR/Yl IO BOAP.Or' \M A GOcito Tlivi.'/IK IT TAk.cS 1 - 10 Vi'/'-'.R'J, I! • — ————.. .- i.. ,_,.*' - *^ THE_NEWFANGLES_(Mom^n_Pop) HEE-E, MAMA'S DARLING \ ~"~^ PRECIOUS - HERE'S VOUP DIM-DIM V.'HVLE MUMSY / GOES K-tTO THE STOQC / xf-!^ ^ J III' "" i^. dD 't oOSH! 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