Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 22, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 22, 1934
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¥' §*, V? yb' Famous, Suffragist HORIZONTAL i, 9 Who wa« the American suffragist In the picture? 6 Star-shaped •flower. IS English title. 14 Ozone. 15 Auditory. 16 Piece of timber 17 She was born In • SO Carbonated flrintt. 22 Half an em, SJ Platform in a 41 Tvpe standard. lecture hall. 42 Secured. 24 Slope of a hill. 43 Merriment. Answer to Previous Puzzle US Railroad. 27 Skein of yarn. 29 A tissue. 31 Sarcastic reproach, j 53 Cotton ;*' machine. .-35 Finger ornaments. 36 To' insist upon. 37 Plane on a diamond. 39 To regret. 40 Wheel on furniture. 44 Kettle. 46 Large front room. 45 Part of wainscoting. 50 To distinguish, 52 Landed estate. VERTICAL 2 Inert gaseous element. 3 To scold. 4 Measure of area. 6 Sink?. 7 Sesame. 5 Eons. 9 Street. 57 She graduated 10 Side bone. in and medicine. 5$ She was the first woman in her denomination. 11 Acidity. 13 Smallest. •.„ 15 Queerer. IS She was a — for the suffragists (pi.). IS Frost bite. 19 Insect's egg. 21 She was • of the National Suffrage Association. 23 A dog. 25 Prophet. 27 Gigantic. 2S Phraseology. 30 Form of "a," 32 Cuckooplnt. 33 Fuel. 34 Born. 37 Obese. SSTo attempt 40 To peruse. 42 Snake bit* remedj'. 43 To run aw&y. 44 Throe. 45 To scatter. 47 Tree. 48 Golf teacher. 49 To hew branches. 51 Deity. 53 Mother. 54 Like. • 55 Neuter pronoun. 56 Nay. 2Z 3to X> We Zi s$ 4O ^ ^ ^ p IO it v HARRY GRAYSQN CLEVLAND. Ohio —Who do you suppose is the backbone of the Yankees in their departure down the Etretch of the most sizzling American League race in years? Up until two autumns ago the answer would have been easy, yet it 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, IQc line, min. 30c Vat consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, min, 90c 26 times, S^c line,, min. $2.7» : (Average 5V4 words to the linei NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement befora th« first publication Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three- room apartment, private entrance, bath and garage. Call 284 or <!6. I'JUtc. FOR RENT: Furnished'house, vacant October 1. Call C53 or apply 1201 South Elm street. 3tc. FOR SALE Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. L FOR SALE: 200 bushels of fine pears. See Vincent Foster. 18-3tc. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. NOTICE NOTICE—$10.00 Reward for inforrna- Jion that v/ill lead to arrest and conviction of man who threw poisoned meat in the yard at 317 Shaver street on the night of the- 18th. Man v/a.s seen to do thi^ by a neiihbor, and a record of all poi.-on sold lately is being obtained. Address P. O. Boy. 15 Hope, Arkansas. 20-21.p Help Wanted SALEMAN WANTED—For rural sales v/ork, mu.st have car, salary and commission. Apply Sent. 22 ai,d U. John B. Greoaon, White Hou-,e, East Second St. 2U-3tp. WANTED A nation.';! or».:inix;.ti':;i several reliable auibliiou- emploMed—with f.^-t.^yht-K.ii' education and mechanic,. I in-Jinatior... who want to b'.-lier their iio.ition.-; who want to bettL-r-thf/;;- positioji.s and are willing to H--;n din-iii^ ^jjarL- time Or t-venings to qualify a.-, installation and service experts on all types of commercial ;<;KI hou.-.---hold Eleclnc Rfcfrigt-ratot.s and Air Conditioning. Write giving axe, tccupaton. education and phone number, Refristration Eri- :inet.-iio;i Writ..- U'X W- remainst the same—George Herman Ruth. The sharpest pair of eyes in the history of the game no longer magnify the ball. Ruth's batting average has tumbled below .300 for the first time since he quit listening to the wild waves in 1925. To Ruth, running out an infield hit is futile, and means only a lot of meaningless and tortous pounding. The Babe has to hit the ball far away to get any place, his feet ache and his spindly legs creak as they did in the hot midsummer weeks when it was said and written that he should be banished for the good of the cause. But they aren't shouting for Ruth to get him out of there now. Indeed the problem is to keep him in there. Somehow the Yankees don't look the same when he is absent, perhaps they never will. When the Chips Are Down Ruth is perfectly at home in the closing and trying days of a high- pressure campaign, when athletes tighten and mistakes are made. He has | been in many similar situations in his 20 years in the majors—mor e than half of the period as a matter of fact. He's shooting for his eleventh World Series. That is why Ruth still is the head man—perhaps as valuable to the Yankees he made famous as the brilliant Vernon Gomez, Gchrig, or the sturdy Ruffing. "I have a hunch that the big fellow will see the Yankees through," remarked a veteran New York baseball writer. After all these years they still speak of Ruth in the clutches and when the chips are down. At 40, he continues to shoulder the burden. Ruth's fielding, which a few weeks ago slowed down to the cadence of a disabled caterpillar truck, has been little short of phenomenal on this deciding whirl through the west. The Babe is bowing out like the champion he is in his concluding campaign as a regular. And now he wants to turn his last roundup into a World Scries. Truly A shadow lengthens as Time's shadow flickers, A great career looms greater on Fame's wall, But these last flutters of the candle's burning Show Babe the mightiest hero of them all. The Dickey Disappointment Joe McCarthy and his men have an idea that they would be in now had they not lost Bill Dickey and Earl Combs. The fourth finger of ths Dickey's throwing hand was fractured and the knuckle dislocated on August 21. The Yankees were greatly cheered when Dickey, generally rated with Mickey Ccchrane as the best catcher IP the business, reported back in St. Louis, and announced that he would he able to play in a few days. f.o you can imagine the disappointment when another examination revealed that, while the fracture had knitted, lh,> dislocated knuckle had not been set. Dickey's incapicution leaves the Yankee's wilh only three hitters in the .:;W) class—Gc-hrig. who is leading the- loop with .364; the recruit, Selkirk. .309, and Chapman, .307. And Chapman, of whom so much was expected, is knocking in very few runs. So it i.s the pitching. Gchrig's shil- 1,-dah. and the fluming spirit of the old war horse. Ruth, will tell the .-lory insofar as the world series is i 'inccrned. In ih'j de.sert ranges of the v/est, sheepmen .sometimes cover snowdrifts with straw to slacken melting and .so furnish water for a longer period. Thi.-. water tides them over early HOPE STAR, HOPE, 'ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY jSatur'day, September 22,_1934_ By WILLIAMS "BUT TH£ rWR. VOU AT2£ A AND M\ H&AJF-WITTED GET VA\M fOR SL/\NT:>ER /TOO/ CALUNf rv\EAhiOAT-J WWY, \~P i WASN'T SUING SETTLE TVAte \K1 ALLEY STYLE,BY " V-UM COLD H£D •SWEAT , AS A LAWYER—TUt TWO OIF YOU THREATENING WITH A AAY ITRE. IS -M30USET SIR— NOT ONLY ARE "BOTH OP YOU KNAVES, BUT STUPID 0>\PS — WW\CH THERE'S ANOTHER REASON THE£ CAM NEVER BE,NO PARADISE OKI THIS EARTH—NOT AS LONG AS THER'S PEOPLE OM IT/ THEM'S HIS OWN EVES, BUT HE DDKJ'T PUT TH 1 EVE PROTECTORS OM TILL HE SEES TH' BOSS COMIN 1 . BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES J <> 10 Fast Work! ^VVHV PICK ON HIM ? HOW MAWY TIMES HAVE VOU BEEN TICKLED TO PEATH, WHEN VOU GOT BV SOME TRAFFIC RULE, WITHOUT A COP KKTCHIN 1 VOU, HAH? ANSWER ME THAT. WE'RE ALL DOIM'TH'SAME T M m.r. u s. P*T. orr. Cy MARTIN BUT, 1 WtLV,YOQTATWWOTxMt,VUOO\Nr\tKO«-1 1 \ , H wfse OLS\ ,wAvvM^' soovro VOOR s^ooiO"" m DON'T M *wt> t>stw, s a * \ WM> ,; ', WrRAAO. AFreR ~*ttt ,, QUCvi£R "VWSM QO'.CK "L'Mt Wo - w-' M li'JCi TOX,O tA ov/xy V=. VifM-K'b MV. "VO Wt. 'A f v Avv-Y VO7WOU 1 . ^tfOV TO CKCCH TvML ty v.\'=frj-i /-iO'.-i'.VOu -VEXX <3ONV ^O /i HOW3V K>WKCV-.-A,V 60VA . !''! V\A. V.UM VO'J O0( xKi'T . .1 ; 10 "^v ZOKS /<'tf> .- J ALLEY OOP What a Break! V-:;'4 *'' 1 L V"'" "1-7" Kv' •Tfw'i.l air. _1_M !•-'• >' S t I'AT r»r 1 By HAMLIN NOW'S MY CHANCE ] IF YOU 6£T CAUGHT, YA TO SLIP IN AN' GET DINNY f CRA7Y &ALOOT, YOU'LL HAFTA MARRY PRINCESS THERE'S NOT tf WOOTIETOOT) SO WATCH V6R A SOUL IN / V STEP, TREAD WITH CARE, SIGHT' / V <?ET DINNY. AN' GIT OUTA THERE/ J THIS \S GONNA B>B A ClNCH .' KINO <SUZ AN' HIS DUMB DAUOHTER'LL NEVER KNOW SIT TI6HT, FOOZY IT WON'T TAKE ME LON& T' LOCATE TH' DINOSAUR, AN THEN WE'LL SCEAM ••/' : : ^-,U.4, O IS3-1 BY NEA SCRWCC. INC. T. M. RCG U S. PAT. OFF By CRANE The Raid! WASH TUBBS /HOT DOG! \f WHERE'S \ LEMME ' X WHO'S AFTER YA? ) COME 'DM.' DERE'S A . \rvn«i/-, ~ ' DgzzAQuy BACK I AIN'T SEEN HE UP HERE 6MN' EVERY- WHOOPIM 1 ABOUT ? DEP.E DAT QIVE Booyiio BILLS TO err CPP D'TRAIN. SIWCE VISITED THE MINT. 10 BUCKS APIECE TA Git OFFA T>'TRAIM. WHOOPEE;! '%r ^ 1934 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. flCC.. U b PAT. Or I By BLOSSER Fuzzy's Say! FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MOW'S THAT FOR A YoO SAID TH/T V/AS OH YOU V/ERE ) LAKE ! I WAS ALONE WELL,wow THAT vye've REGISTERED / MAYBE YOU THINK FOR SCHOOL, we CAM Look: POR- ) IT'S BEHIND US? IVS WARD TO MONTHS OF WORK. WITH A HAD TO TELL ABOUT rr OUR SWELL VACATIOM ^/ ) ^ MILLION TIMES. 1 BEHIND US .' HERC COMSS THRILLING ADVEMTURE,/ AW THERE t— i i •» T W "H —r ' AROUND, BUT COULDN'T rJOV/. 1 H6 JUST PEST- 60KIMA TELL 'TWE CANOE...WI7VIOUT WASN'T AN/ THRILL TO IT' you SAID HE MISSED YOU, DIDN'TCHA? IT...IT Y/ASA MOOSE ERS THE LIFE OUT OF ME FOR CAMP TALES.'.' ME ABOUT A GUt-J? SUDDENLY, FROM CHARGING THE CANOE! IT A MOOSE / NOWHERE, A DARK THAT / OBJECT APPROACHED CHARGED S - "TWE CAKlOE « YOL). NUTTY' LAUNCHED OUT WITH IT'S FOREFEET, AND JUST NARROWLY MISSED -.- «^_. - F-O-<T- -=r-=-=J -s ^- r-j/n—»—~~~ By COWAN A Celebrity! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) T£LL U5 \ V1OW DOES \ VJH^.V i c i VOUO THE VTOPV) \T OF ~fOUri/ TO BE. \ W^VII IH'E A V/EKUTH < J)>— -«S X'OOTHiM\< V-OVE. iUO VOF 'V»-te THM ( HOW PA "DO ' < 5«<', VMHE"-P-t CWJ V/E. F«1O DAS I1EL. n &J ,- (( ^^,, N .-/ 'i*}i\ £°v '•' PIGHT HEPE V , ) WILL VOO THET OME-IT'S i HE:PE IT TELLS you THE BEST 5U'T THEV JHO'/V TO MEASURE. GOT. UUTHIM'S TOO XTA.V^E OFF ' idlJt) FEQ K,E x^.'i/?.:^ CO/AT illld^^^ STEP OUTSIDE

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