Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 16, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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F00K JU til'AK, HOPE, ARKANSAS Salvation Army Leader HORI2ONTM, 1 Son of the founder of the Salvation Army, tS Inlet. 14 Tomb. IS and con. 1$ Small apertures. JSBeer. 19 Mourning Virgin. 21 An outfit. 32 Males. 33 Being. 24 Minor note. 26 Northeast. 87 Second note. 25 Bone. 29 Rubber tree. 31 Work o£ skill. Answer to Previous Puzzle I 3 J Lunate. 34 Greek letter. 35 Wing. 36 Corpse. 37 Giant king o£ Bashan. 38 Above. 41) Deity. 41 To regret. 42 Dower property. •15 To undermine. 47 Part o£ plant below ground. 45 Conventional. 51 Century plant fiber. 53 To bow. 54 Music drama. 55 To imitate. 56 Ho is a re- r ligious •. 5 7 And a worker. VERTICAL 2 Form of "be." 3-Part o£ a chain 4 Classical language. 5 No good. 6 Metric unit o£ weight. 7 Story. SKiln. 0 Northeast, f HO To deem. 11 Native metals. 12 Small child.. 16 He founded Sf tha s-oj America In 1896. 17 Lower deck passenger { quarters. 3jj| 19 Dangerous. ] 20 He was for* •- merly com- ' mander of tho Salvation Army in U. S. and b 25 Assumed name 28 Pope's scarf. 30 Small shield. | 31 Data. 37 To surpass. 39 Pertaining t* the Pope. 41 Covering of a house. 42 To drug. jj«^ 43 Sheaf. 44 Male courtesy - title. 46 Tanning pod. 48 Unit. 49 Name. . 60 Auto. . 52 Golf device. ' 6 t* g* 66 vs. MALARIA 666 Liquid or Tablets Checks Malaria In Three Days. Sure Preventive. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy Itl in the Hope Star Market PI ace Remember, (he more you tell. tb« quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o B"oc 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 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, before ths first publication. Phone 768 Expert Piano Tuning E. B. Hendricks, tuner for Henderson College (1915-34), and for nearly all local music teachers, is again in Hope. Have liim tune your piano. His workmanship is always best is always guaranteed. Phone 634. Say, if I'd known I was going to drive Mrs. Roosevelt around town, I sure would have had a shave.—Ronald Simpson, San Francisco taxi driv- Thc United States sustains an annual loss of S400,000,000 in the 1,500,000,000 tons of soil which are washed out of its fields each year. Carol Joy of Salinas, Calif., found an abalone with a shell 29 inches in circumference and containing enough meat to feed a family. WARNING ORDER No. 2840. In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Elizabeth A. Wilson Plaintiff vs. James A. Wilson Defendant The Defendant, James A. Wilson, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Elizabeth A. Wilson. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 1st day of August, 1934. (Seal) DALE C. JONES, Clerk. Aug. 1-8-15-22-29. Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. WANTED WAhTED— Will share expense for ride fcr U\ r o to Chicago. Sec Steven Bader or Ralph Owen. 16-3tp FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Apply 702 South Elm. 1 tc. FOR RENT—An ai tractive modern furnished apartment for rent. Call 178. 14-ltp t FOR BENT—Five-room house, newly-papered, at Gateway Park, $10 a month. Phone 1633-1 Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 14-3tc FOR RENT—Fire room apartment, furni-ihr d, garage; in my residence. J. A. Sullivan. ll-7tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—Six-wcrk-nlrl male police pup, ?5. Mrs. R. O. Bridewell. 800 hales Johnson 2rass hay. B'loyd Porterfield. Phone 1.1)1! 3lc. Used pai"ts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. . 1G-26L Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST IF YOUR BREATH HAS A SMELL YOU CANT FEEL WELL When we eat too much, onr food decayi in our bowels. Our friends smell thii decay coming out of our mouth and call ij had breath. We feel the poison of thii decay all over our body. It makes ui gloomy, grouchy and no good for anything. What makes the food decay in the bowels) Well, when we eat too much, our bill juice can't dixeit it. What in the bile juicel It is the moat vital digestive juice In om body. Unless 2 pints of it are flowing from our liver into our towels every day, oui movements get hard and constipated ancj % of our food decays In our 28 feet oj bowels. This decay tends poUon all ovei oar body every abc minutes. When our friends imell on? b»d breath (but we don't) and we feel like a whipved tomcat, don't use a mnuthwash or take a laxative. Get at the fame. Take Carter's Little Liver Pills which [rently start th« flow of your bile juice. But if "something better" is offered you, don't buy It, fo^ it may be a calomel (mercury) pill, which loosens twth, Kripes and scalds the rectum in many people. Ask fnr Carter's Little Liver Pills by name and get what you ask for—25f. ©1334, C.M-Co. Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS 218 So. Walnut Phone 36 Pipe, Valves & Fittings Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Appliances Phone 259 LOST- German Police flog, answers to Bin Tin. Reward for return. Mrs. Hattie A. West. l3-3t LOST—Between Geo. Williams store and A. G. Martin's a grip of women's clothes. Iteward of $3.00 to the finder. K1IL Williams. DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 eison^Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered 50c PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY Thursday, 'August 16,1934 By WILLIAMS YOU GETT1MS ri,u- GET 'IN FER <SO FIND MM FER SUPPER- VOU'LL. HAVE BIG FROM A BOXIMQ. TOO IT'S TIME PER HIS VIOLIN PRACTICE-GO FIKID IF VOU AREN'T CAREFUL,^ IT'S BED TIME-GO FIWD'/M; (SOLLY, t NEVER HAVE NO TIME TO MVSELF — VOU CAM ALWAYS TELL A QlRL, VVHO HAS A BROTHER— •SHE'S GOT SUCH BIG FEET FROM HISS FLIP. BORK1 THIRTY VEARS TOO SOOS4 WELL, WELL" ^iCV LJ V^ tif^ \ r* t IM x^5 / - i *-j f~»^ifc—»**^i ^ > i »» ,,—,, SUIT ON AvN COfAE yL YOUT* COURSE/ lN/-*-<3IVE TM X 4 S^ You WDEfl-fct) OTHER VACAT\ON\STS ) " THRILL OF f^ ( HCTTEV- BEACVA AN HES ON WATER TODAY --SOMEBODY -1 TOLD HIM A BAR HE"R,E:7>-«- AN .^, — . HE LOOKS ;} SEA MONSTER/ "DISAPPOINTED^ ITS ONLY \ INTO UG.LV THIN KIN16, THEY * HE HOLDS HIS NOSE HI&HER. HE'LL TO6ET A T/XMK OF STRATOSPHERE A\RTO "BREATHE "DISCOMFORTS OF HOME = BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES This Sounds Interesting! jSy MARTIN INCE. MPS. VAN SWANKTON MV5SE.D THE PICTURE OF HER DEAR DEPARTED MAJOR, SHE HAS BEEN FRIGHTFULLY UPSET ABOUT THF_ LOCAL CP\ME WAVE. WHY \ / OUST IMfcG\NE\ THE THIEF MUST HAVE WATCHED ' FOREVER- V MY EVEPY MOVEMENT AND SNEAKED WTO THE MOPE. I HOUSE WHILE I V/AS OVEP TO THE GPOCEP3- H A HEAVENS ONLY KNOWS HOW MANY OTHLP THINGS HE TOOK-MY MAID \S CHECKING UP- VM SENDtt>G TOR A PR\VATE DETECT\VE. C, &J} I WAS TALKING TO HER WOT FIVE MIUIJTES AGO-THC. THIEF TOOK SO MAMY TVIIWGS, MRS.VAN SWAMKTON \S GETTING A PERSONAL GUAOD FROM TVIE CfTY THE THIEVES SIMPLY RAHS/ACKC.D WM SWMIKTOU'G HW3C. D \MPORT\Vir, ^ \MIOL£ TL'CTWE^T TO ^,u^wD HEP-rti PETPUTUD \ l ALLEY OOP Bunk, Plunk, Sunk! By HAMLIN OOW'T GO SWINGING vAVJ, IM OMLY GONNA TAKE AROUND ON. THAT VINE.'; JUS' ONE.' DON'TCHA SUPPOSIN' IT BUSTS- /WANT hE T'HAVE , THEN WHEgE'LL _^A ANV FUN? THERE? I KNF.VJ V HE AV.L 'O GET H)M'ot;L5 : ) ,."•'.'..' /' L BU51ED UP.'/ >•' | '' 5?- ft &m.«:.j -^i ^•h WASH TUBES No Sooner Said Than Done! /PLEASE, MR.TUBBS. I'M Y WELL. VA By CRANE ('THERE SEEMS TO BE A SCARCITY^ OF BULLFROGS ON THE LAKE, SIR. ! OWE OF THE PLAMES DEPARTS, AND RETURN 4ooo I'M DISTRACTED, SIR. MR. \Y BOARDMAK4 COMPLAINS THAT / I 1IOUS. I'LL LOSE MV / GET S^ME HORSES, '. SIR, IP I DON'T I AW PUT 'EM UP ^—j-i. .«^i i>. i f A i k. I *T*I_1 I A"^-W*IJ— BEATWABASS HUH? 1 CAN'T HEAR YA FOR THESE DARN FROGS, IT'S TOO CJUIET — HE CAN'T/ DRUM OUTSIDE DO YOU THINK IT WOULD HELP. SIR, - - ' JUMBO PR06S. INI TH'ATTIC. SLEEP AT NIGHT. HIS WINCA? IF I SENT AWAV FOR SOME LIVE PRO6S? DO SOMETHING. , OBOV/ 'AT5A SWELL IDEA. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Life or Death! BE SURE TO KEEP THE HOLLOW V/EEDS HICH ENOUGH OUT OF TME WATER SO 'THAT YOU WON'T BREATHE AMY WATER INTO VOUf> PIR&T I SEE TUCM HEAR SUBMERGE, ) HAPPY L/WDIHGS, BOYS ...AND / NUrTr...AHD GOOD i DOhrT LUCK.' M UNDCR AHY '\ ' r' n * LADDERS MOW I DON'T SEE IS AS IT SHOULD BE... ME Mil IDS THEM! HAW.' .- s THREE HOLLOW PROTRUDING FROM THE V/ATER.... THE' DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LIFE AMD ALMOST CERTAIM DEATH THE MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RAG IMC GLOATS OVER HIS MISDEED..,. \-^*f<-^.--— : ' •//••-. ! ^v- THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Talk of the Town! By COWAN HONEY , Ot PHOWt WHUT TAUi VM\? VO TVAE OWAVO

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