Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 14, 1934 · Page 4
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JULUi'ti STAK, HOFB, ARKANSAS JTuesflay,. 'August 14,1934 ,ft-*----- ..... -, i'n I----, -------- _________ ....... ••--- ........ - - ........ ''"'T^V ' ~? [ System of Identification ^llfc*«**«""""«««i«i"i*"'««""*«»""«"^"* 1 "™^^^™ _•* — _— i _____ . 1—riJ OUR BOARDING HOUSE fitdftlZONTAIj Answer to rrevlous rnttle — » _— i _____ ^. ,1 daughter. j Pounder of a penal identification system. 10 'Type standard. 12 Palm thatch. 14 Ringworm. 15 Unoccupied. 17 To troll. 19 Lump of butter 20 Layer of skin. 21 Scheme. 22 Lacelike. 23 Sun god. •25 Silly. 27 Bushel (abbr.). "2S Kimono sash. 30 Valuable fur. 31 Because. 32 To murmur as a. cat. $3 To question. 84 Charity allowance. 35 Indian. 36 Seventh note. 37 Implement for sweeping. 38 Stringed instrument. 39 Bone. •11 To eat sparingly. 45 Cleansing substance. 46 Upon. •J7 Gazelle. 49 Obsolete instruments. 51 Perched. 52 An age ot the world. 54 To harden. 55 Devours. 56 He was head of the identification, department in Paris. 57 He was by birth. ' VERTICAL 1 He was an e& pert in . • 2 Male courtesy title. 3 To howL < 4 Right. ,5 Present to a waiter. • 6 Insensible. 7 To permit. 5 Minor note. 0 A sister's 11 His system identifies people by bodll) 13 Soft food. 16 Arid. IS Behold. 20 Humid. 22 Thin. 24 To border or.. 26 Unless. 27 Single-edged knife. '-.*• 2 9 To press. 31 Simpleton. 34 To let fall. 37 Diagonal. 35 Elector. 40 Broth. •42 Exists. v 43 Narrative poem. * 44 Prong. 45 Slave. 46 Curse. 4S Since. BO Chaos. 51 Membranous bag. -3SSK* 53 Dye. 55 Half an em. 35 •z 52. 33- 2fo 4B Ib V 19 41 3T ifa .30 SO 45 £O S33~ S3? All alnd wthn 300 feet of the walls e fthe Shrne of Iman Reza n Meshed, Persa, s sared ground. Murderers and thcves and other crmnals may Ive on t safely, however, under the protecton of ths Persan martyr who ded more ihan 100 years ago. Liquid, Tables, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Malaria in 3 days, Colds First day, Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known Williams Lumber Vs. Mop. Tuesday Softball Game Will Begin at 7:30 at High School Field Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min, 30o Vor 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. 52.'» (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that UM bill is payable on presentation oi statement, before tha first publication, Phono 768 Williams Lumber company will oppose the Missouri Pacific team in a Softball game Tuesday night at the ligh school athletic field. Starting time will be 7:30 o'clock giving fans an opportunity to witness the game and then receive election returns on the Democratic primaries. STANDINGS Expert Piano Tuning E. B. 1 [endricks, tunnr for Henderson College (1915-34), and for nearly all lical music teachers, is again in Hope. Have him tune your piano. ' His workmanship is always best is always guaranteed. Phone 634. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New Orleans 33 12 .733 Chattanooga 24 16 .600 Nashville 21 21 .500 Memphis 23 24 .439 Knoxville 19 22 .463 Atlanta 20 26 .435 Birmingham 17 25 .40; Little Rock 15 26 .366 Clubs— National League Won Lost New York ... Chicago St. Louis Boston Pittsburgh ... Brooklyn . .. Philadelphia Cincinnati ... 70 62 . 54 , r )2 . 45 . 4-1 37 30 43 54 54 80 B3 71 Furnished rooms. Apply 702 South Elm. ! lc FOR RENT—An attractive modern furnished apartment for rent. Call 178. 14 - ll P American League Detroit 71 ew York fifi leveland 57 3oston 58 Washington 4!) St. Louis '17 Philadelphia 12 Ihicago 38 RENT—Five-room house, newly-papered, at Gait-way Park, 510 a month. Phone 16:38-4. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. H' " FOR MALE—Si.x-wr:(j',-.-okl male po- lie pup- ¥>• Ml '-'- R - °- Ri-idew<;ll.-H3li: ~FOR RENT—Firo ror.m apartment furnishe-1. cara.yo; in my residence J. A. Sullivan. ll-7ti FOR SALE 800 ba!?s Johnson grass hay. f'l'O'f Porterfield. Phone 101. 3!i\ Used paf*s for all cars. P. A I.c-wi Motor Co. 16-261. 41 49 53 58 57 fil Tt MONDAY'S RESULTS SUNDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Chattanooga 3. Birmingham 1. National League Cincinnali-Pootshureh, rain. Only game scheduled. American Lca Philadelphia 9, Washington 0. Only Same scheduled. Best P,-iint Sold- Hope Blrlg. Mat. Co """Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis M/tor Co. 16-26t. "~WalJ P.-ipor—Hope Bldy. Mat. Co. " LOST LOST --/Between Gt-o. Williams store and A. G. Manin's a t;rip of women 1 -.; clothes. I'x-v/ard of S'J.0') to the finder. Ellis William.;. TRUSSES, ABDOMINAL sui>- I'OBTS, ELASTIC KNKE CAPS AND ANKLETS Our stock is all new and of the very latest and improved merchandise. We lit children as well as grov/n-ups. For many years we have sold this line of goods and now is quite an important department in our store. This stock is carried in a separate room where our fitters can serve you without interruption. We make no charge for fitting and our prices will pleast- you. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company IflP" WITHOUT LOOKING UP, VAGUELY ANNOYANCE \NHO_L TO UViW6 '-folNCb THRU V—,^—1 \ !•«* p » ^ I t »— I -» •— • x~^. TVAEISA BEFORE?—AU, I RECALL .NOW—THEY WERE \N A "POLICE. SHOW-UP/ ABOUT SW\NDL\NG C\-\\LDUEN WITH OOLORtD 6LASS LOLLV-POP'S / HMP I THOUGHT ^ - p*"^^ TH\£> WA\3 AN € ^ _ > ; 7'"^\ EXCLUS\VE su^^^AER;, -RESORT / / UNTIL H\S 601 TOO B\6 PACK UP AN <SO SOME PLACE THERE I V 1^, T^*--^--- ^ ^ —+ , : ^ • ^ j**- -V t^J——-^f^V. By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS WRING TH 1 MOP OUT IN A 6UCK(T, A»>THOUT OWE O 1 THEM YAHOOS • HOLLERING, "WHUTf BEAN SOUP AGIN, SUPPER?" YOU GET MAD J CAN'T YOU SHE THEY Like THAT? WMV DON'T YOU JUST LAUGH? (D'1934 01 NCA 5 HEROES ARE -NOTBORtj_ T M nfr. u s PAT orr BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Not Worried Much! MARTIN it, \T COULD^T l U)IVb OlOfe 1 ett\N «) Nw$ raw; i: ; <v» . x -; ^ -ft'•?;•- mf!^ '4^ij»h ALLEY OOP Ready to Swing Into Action! 'miri. u. s. PAT orr By HAMLIN HOW'M I GONNA OITCHA OPP'N. THAT UIM&? WON'T HOLD BOTH DON'T STAND' THERE; GAWPIN LIKE A CLOWN CLIMB UP HERE AN 1 \3ET ME POWNf ( \ oor IT! ' I'LL KICK ONE OF THOSE VIN£S LOOSE , AND 5WIN& OVEE. TO HIM FCOM THAT BIG- EE/ i . •^\r^\ y //\y li'/OKAY, BOY/ YOUR. PLAN LOOKS I HOPE IT WORKS OUT QUITE AS ' WELL / I HERE I COME / ) A& AHO1-T AS ) I 00 BY YA! / i 1'. -7 WASH TUBES The BoysJFaii to Register! By CRANE ^- - IORATIO BOARDMAW ARRIVES AND GREETS TWO VERV EMTHUSIASTIC QUESTS IM HIS COSTOMARV HAMMER. ™J^ TAKE MV OUTFIT. \ I JUMPIM6 BLUE BLAZES! YOU'LL HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Fire! AREM'T FIT TO EAT. -7 X EM V THIS \S AN ISLAND WE'RE ~\ ON...THE RIVER FORKS ABOVE US i REWFANGLES^Mom'n Pop) I SEE IT.' IT'S COMING DOWN FROM WEST FORK GET UP AS AS YOU CAM, AND TAKE A LOOK.. THERE'S A FIRE AROUND HERE SOME WHERE ' THE WIND IS THIS WAY " i GUESS THEY'LL WONDER JUST WHAT DID HAPPEN To THAf , CAWOE .' WELL. , LET 'EM I You'Can "Fool Some of the People By COWAN eison'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 .SOc WELL,YOU DOM'T HAVE T'WEf-V THEM TH\MGS ID VIEPE., M \D . J SCfiC-e fx EODV TO DETECTIVUI.AVID NAB TV-It THIEF \F ErrtE. DIDM'T *UOW ME,ltl THIS DiSGUISt. I GOT, MO ONE ELSE \AI1U-! U EL l.O I \NE1LL, IF IT Att IT ) COMt OUT Ft E'.D /THE COt AST^BLC / BEIV^VIO THM U ) \ U / -.-.-- / \ WE. KHOV/ YOU 1 , 1 ,. t\i

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