Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 24, 1934 · Page 4
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Social Worker m" & t la the so- eiat worker in the picture t I of fresh- Water mussels. '14 Yellowish resin. 15 Chamber, if lN>r fear that. 18 Hair ornament i,t Paragraph In A newspaper. iWTo rent. 92 In the miU- . die of. J4 Silkworm. » Sailor. It At the present time. 2» Made ot oatmeal. 9 Three. 10 To carry. 11 She is Interested In Born. 16 Over. 21 Curse. 23 Period. 25 To narrate. 26 Suit of plate 45 Relating to morning. 48 Pronoun. 50 Rubber port in South America 51 Eye tumor. .„„.. 52 Bugle plant. 8J Dutch measure 54 Pertaining to 3$ Singing voice. wings. 3« Rnssian 55 Three-toed mountains. sloth. 8t Sea eagle. 56 Formal pro- 38 God of war. cessions. 3$Fence stairs. 60 She was dlrec- 41 Hawaiian bird. tor of a fed- 42 To sunburn. eral child — • 43 Sloping way. division. 61 And chief of the U. S. • Bureau. VERTICAL 1 She was a res ident of , Chicago. 2 The pith of a matter. 3 To decay. •i To provide food. v,5To eject. G Striped fabric. 7 Level shelf along a bank. S Gray matter. 28 You and I. 30 Work ot skill. 31 Japanese fish. .32 Fragrant. 34 Egg of a louse 35 English coin. 40 Silkworm. 44 Handle. 45 Evils. 46 A Semite. 47 Hawaiian rootstock. 4S Skin of an animal. 49 Equable. 50 Chum. 53 Onager. 563.1416. 57 Morindin dye. 5S Road. 59 Measure of area. Sell Itl Find It! Rent It! Buy Iti in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the • quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o For consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad, 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c • 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3VtK 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 the first publication, Phone 768 • ' Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. NOTICE STANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Pet. Southwestern ...................... 8 0 1.000 Atlanta ................................... 3 3 .500 Goodyear .............................. 4 Hope ........................................ 0 Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Memphis .............................. 15 9 .625 New Gvleans ........... - ......... 13 8 .619 Nahsville .............................. 13 9 .591 Atlanta .......................... -..-...13 11 .542 Birmingham ...................... 10 11 .476 Chattanooga ...................... 8 11 .421 Little oRck ........................ 8 13 .381 Knoxville ............................ 8 14 .364 JEtna Accident Policy provides 55000 for public carrier accidents and 53000 for all other accidents. Only 25c per day. Wayne H. England, Telephone 475. 24-3t. NOTICE. Oil Royalties & Leases bought and Bold in the vicinity of the three wells being drilled in Hempstead county. BRIDEWELL & TYLER Ark. Bank Bldg. ll-6tc WANTED National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 57 33 .633 Chicago 55 St. Louis 53 Pittsburgh 42 Boston 43 Brooklyn .38 Philadelphia 38 Cincinnati .'. 29 Clubs American League Won Lost Pet. STANDARD COFFEE CO. is in need of salesmen in Hope and other towns in Arkansas to take orders and qualify fo restablished routes. See Mr. M. Blassingame Sunday afternoon between 2 and 5 at Capital hotel or write Postoffiee Box 258 Hope. Itp Ride to Chicago. Write Wilson Hall, Hope, Arkansas. 17-3tp. Detroit 56 New York 54 Cleveland 48 Boston 48 Washington 43 St. Louis 39 Philadelphia 35 Chicago 29 MONDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Chattanooga 2, Knoxville 6. Nashville 2, Atlanta 5. Only games. WANTED: Small % carat. Must be Apply this office. Diamond. About cheap for cash. 18-31 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Five room apartment furnished, south exposure, garage. To couple. Phone 217-W.-Mrs. W. F Saner. 23" 3t P FOR RENT—Moders five room house with 7 acres • adjoining, 1523 South Mam. Phone 423. 14-3tc Six room house furnished. South Spruce street Also five room house Gateway Park. Mrs. J. E. Schooley Phone 1638- 4 rings. 21 _3tp. FOR SALE Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewi: Motor Co. 16-26t. ."PestPaint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co, Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. National League St. Louis 6, New York 5. Chicago S, Brooklyn 3. Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 3. Cincinnati 4, Boston 2. American League Washington 11. Chicago 5. Boston 2, Detroit 7. Philadelphia 11, Cleveland 9. New York 5, 'St. Louis 2. Negro Giants Defeat Idabel Team, 14 to 4 Hope Giants, negro baseball team, defeated an Idabel 'Okla.l team Sunday afternoon, 14 to 4, at Idabel. Hope held Idabel scoreless until the seventh inning when a rally produced four runs. Swink. Hope player, hit a home run. Battin" stars for the Giants were Dunn, Noble arid 'Swink. HOJPE STAK. MOPB. ARKANSAS OUR BOARDING HOUSE BrAHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. A transport plane incorporating a new method of construction has attained a speed of 215 miles an hour in tests at Oakland, Calif. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Ray Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson'Huckins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 OH,yes vou KIN — IP YOU'LL. JEST BE READY WHEM HE'S THRU OME O' THESE OPEN IN !sr. OH, VOU'VE GOT NOW, LISTEN TO ME,YOU UT>HOVf3TE*V TOPTLEf THIS I WEAR ABOUT YOU TELUN& TWE THAT YOU "DO NOT APPROVE OF ME RUNNING A -&OAKDING HOUSE? ANSWER VOU TELL THEM I'LL N£V6R BE" ABLE TO ROPE A CALP IN THESE THICKETS, CURLY. ^rV A CHECVA MADE OUT TO VOU FOR $ 2OOO I COLORADO r^ /orA-M—IF YOU L PLEASE-, I WOULD f UVAE- A POT OF ^-v TEA AND Av f \ f TEWTAUT-S/ *< ^m^^ ' «« ( '•<•l.^ '&' 'f" ' 7 '^ SMELUNG SAUS TOR NOTHIN' "TO IT — MUCH By HAML1N BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WAV AVKtNO Or^ \\Va VOO VXO-bVX —O«. V\.\Voi TWt^t ANK3 A P/^'OOVH TO i voo By MARTIN Pinny's a Big Help! ALLEY OOP THERE V'f\RE , DlNNV.' I u/^i.i>e T-ufi-r Cf^tQ c± I ON OUR / HUH? ' DINNER. HUH By CRANE Who's This? WASH TUBBS /'HEH, HEH / V AH-WHAT DID YOU THINK, TWOM'T YOU HA- f A CHAIR, SIR? ER .VES, SIR. \ /'DO BE SEATED, MR. , MR. BOARDMAKl, VOUR VISIT IS INDEED AM HONOR, , DROLL, ISN'T \ SIR, OF THE WAV WE I QUITS' AGREE, / BOARDMAM. HAVE A j ' HE? ALWAYS ) HANDLED THE LADRON' / WHAT I THINK. APFAIR ? I CAME TO FIND OUT WHO'S CAPTAIN) CK3ABS, STAND By BLOSSER Telegraph! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FIX TWAT : START FIRE Fof? ME, FRECKLES. ..BUILD WHY DID UE V HE ROB ™ ~ rKAPS YOU'RE TELLING HIM YOU HAVE A PRISONER, BUT WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO ABOUT IT? THREATEN US, ARRESTED, BUT CHARLIE... J fOK HIMSELF...THIS NUTTY GET PRACTICALLY BLANKET OUT OF BED ROLL. 1 ^/ ALREADY I By COWAN Out and Into the Red! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) NOPE-! EVERYTHING APkPLDlTY \ [ KPOUNO THIS HOUSE \S OUT OF oTHep IV OF THE: pe-D-^ BOAS TOW . . , EXCEPT YOUR ., f I k t ^V •*» *—i k. 1 A. % I ^^ ' I XwE'PE. GOING TO GET OUT / DEBT BEFORE MX) GO JHBOW1NG MONEY \AWAY ON raiXNG BOOTS xou THAT DOUGH A tin PAY DOC STLLL - BU _L

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