Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 30, 1934 · Page 4
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• Industry's Beginner OUR BOARDING HOUSE • / Answer to Vrevlons Uii» i The pictured man built the first practical fc< _«_ engine. 6 His name \vns 13 Attaining to , Hie Inioli. ,JS Gontes,t ot speed. IS To accomplish. IS Natural power. 2fl At that time. 22 You and I. 24 Oione 26 Perfume. 2STo opine. 30 Insect's bite. 33 •\Vild duck. 34 Toilet box. 36 Soared. 35 Sea eagle., A3 Admission certificates. « Sailors. 46 Southeast. 47 English coin. 4S Slat. St Characteristic of old age. — ii\ historj CAt, Short V*in (J\J ^. kvi*. 62 Dark exterior. 51 Rude, ill-bred person. KS Lowest point. 57 Clips. 59 To tend a table. fit Brooches. 02 Skull protuberance. 64 To shower. YKKTU'Al, Sovenih n,Mi\ Halt an »-;-,-. slot!). M. low*. ?•> Vv> r i five A 'knife. *" *{ Wil.y. 7 Measure ,-.{ urea, S Door m«. 3 Sound ivf*-- I it ion, 66 Giant king ot 10 Ovules, Bashan. 11 Paul puMi.-; 67 Ho was a na- 12 To pul! sl.-v tivc ot . 1-1 H union, GS Bow. 17 Ho is <>«<•> f\ Tv> -! orate. t 5 ' It Si ^ ^ 3O Hinton Healtht is pretty good in this community at the present time. Mrs. Dolly Formby is on the sick list at the present time. We hope her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Verdo Garner and i family of Oklahoma are visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sim- Mrs, Tommie Gibson and daughter ,Kuth Ellen spent Saturday with her ', sister, Mrs. Ray Ellidge and Mr. Ellige. Miss Myrtle Rogers spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I». Rogers. Mrs. Jackson Smith called on Mrs. S. R, Hamilton one day last week. Mra. George Gibson and children of this comunity spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar EHer of near Fal- SeU It! Find It! Rent Itl Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o Vof consecutive Insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. SOc 6 times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3&c line, min. J2.78 CAverage 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, befora th« first uuhli- catiotb Phone 768 TENNIS RACKETS restruung. AII work guaranteed. Call us for a free estimate. Phone 501. 28-6t Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co Help Wanted Company coming to Hope desires office girl. Sales experience desirable but not necessary. Salary $12 week .Write Box XYZ Hope Star. 30-6tp. FOR SALE GRAPES for sale, $1 per bushel at Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C Johnston. 26-3tp. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. , Best Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR SALE—Gun Shop, Piano and Victrola, Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 West Sixth Street 30_3 t Used cars bought and sold. P. A Lewis Motor Co. 16-261. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. WANTED Shutters. Phone 15. 3t dh. 'ANDINGS Two States League C1 "bs . Won Lost Pet. Southwestern 10 1 .909 Goodyear 5 7 .417 Atl anta 3 5 .375 Hope 3 g .273 Clubs New Orleans Memphis Nashville Atlanta Chattanooga Little Rock ... Knoxville Birmingham . Southern Association Won Lost Pet. 17 II) .630 19 12 .613 16 12 .571) 14 15 .483.1 12 13 .480 12 16 .429 H 17 .3D3 10 16 .385 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 61 35 .635 Chicago 57 33 .gog St. Louis 55 39 ,535 Boston 48 49 .495 Pittsburgh 44 47 .45.4 Philadelphia 41 55 .427 Brooklyn 40 54 .426 Cincinnati 32 61 .344 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 59 New York 57 Cleveland 53 Boston 51 St. Louis 40 Washington 44 Philadelphia 37 Chicago 33 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Little Rock 3-0, New Orleans 9-1 Birmingham 4, Memphis 6. Chattanooga 6, Atlanta 4. Knoxville 1-4, Nashville 3-0. National League Boston 5-1, Brooklyn 2-0. Philadelphia 4-0, New York 2-2. Chicago 7-2, Cincinnati 5-4. St. Loui$ 9. Pittsburgh 5. American League Boston-Washington, rain. Detroit 16-4, Chicago 15-6. Philadelphia 6, New York 3. Cleveland 11-6, St. Louis 5-3. con. Mr. and Mrs. -John F, Smith and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gibson. The singing school at this place will clo.-e next Friday. There will be a program Friday night so everybody come and biiag someone with you. Miss Gerten Cox spent Saturday night with Miss Rosa Cagle. Remember our Sunday school every Sunday morning and singing each Sunday night. Everyone come and et's have a real singing. Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours Bay Luck Phone 222 H. E. Luck elson-Huckins , LAUNDRY WasJa Suits Properly Lav^dered SO [PHONE 8 •^A \—/r*i f X ZDr^iif —. • - < ta>iv ^ f» -x I WrSM YOU TO -RESUME YOUR •DUTIES AS MY VAL.tT/—THEN, 1 WANT TO TAKE YOU AMD GET YOU OUTFITTED \N A LIVERY-^1 AN\ SETTING A CAT? /—YES, A MAN OF fv\Y WAVE A AND CAR—UN'S—ANTD, E YOU HOW ON SADDLE HORSES . ^ra&<£i:.«\ , , AN' t>o PAY CO WIF DAT VALET, CHAUFFEUR, h AN'. HOSS BUTLER p LAK TO -DO 'EM , "BUT AMSrSUS HOOPLE WARMS MAH PALMS * BITS AM HOUR! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ByAHERN OUT OUR WAY ---Ti«, _«,,, ^!^JjJ,*;»'^-i^ - . * * * * Monday. July 30. 1S34 A6ENT OF H\S vj.' SOCIAL. < STANDING' By WILLIAMS ^•;2U£v: • vx^VvYK »-•:.:•;At^ / r ssy\s\s's' j *-' -T\\ v ^ ' X/ --' xX ,-' / ,-'- Vt t- 30 - i ^w*m>i --<»^PI — : aLS/ ^(M4B?Ht»'5tBviec. IHC ^£>>=f- tJORKj THIRTV YEARS TOO ^OOM CT.T.wiL.LinMc, Right to the Point! ALLEY OOP _j M nro u s PUT ,y MARTIN HOW TH' THUNDERATION / I DIDN'T GET \ — -. ~ -,^-^-x r DlD'j/X GET DINNV ^'wtA UP THERE-'' ^AU'L RIGHT~BOVS- V "'" ^'/I \ UP ' N ^I^ T p rf^Lt^ UP r-/ -^'" LES 61T OV ER THERE AN'") •'? / I THERE .H15SELF.' l( START CHOPPIK) 1 ' WE'LL { S \VA SEE. GUZ-; \HAWE THfsT DINOSAUR ^ Objectionable Assistance! 1 VOOt VOO*. 1 WKX3W, MOW, THAT VOO'R'e THt OtoW <3\RV I H/VOt ,, - • - 1U_ TRV TO XOO MA6OE -bOWV O? WAV, W50UT QOMSiNE ,MO IOOE — SOT. MOT V\ AU. THAT DOES SHE LOV)E &. r'..,OUTA THERE IN '- WASH TUBBS -AN' THEK.TH' NEXT ! i THING I KNEW — • •/ / AM' HEM \ WHAT P/ WHASSA MATTER VJ»TH YOU GUYS ?// O'VA WANT THAT TREE: T'FALL OVJER AN' 1 K\LL m By HAMLIN JSMK, ' ay OM THE WIWE. All Excited! r, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By CRANE MM-M ' *-^ v ' • i va'ut./r-un^ ~DIK« r'lKa PELICIOUS/ \ BOARDMAN HAS THEM pCI>CCV*TW) -SHIPPED ALIVE,SIR, BY rcKrcv. i../^_ SPUCIAL ' PLA ' NEj stnvict i _.. fSH? WHAT,A6AlN?TH«owTHE cu , STUFF our/ ITS IMPOSSIBLE' IMPOSSIBLE' i WANT SOMETHIM6 FIT TO EAT. WHERE'S THE CHEF? WHV IN TARNJAT/ON DOES HE THINK I PAV HIM A 30,000 A VEAR?y T / HOW MUCH PARTWI DO v/E HAV5 To LUG THIS CAKJOE-, CHARLIE They'd Better Take His Gun Away! /;/' /' • »,)/ ^. OWLY A FEW MORE YARDS 7WEM WE CAW MAKE CAMPl" 7WIS IS THE BEST SPoT ' AROUND HERB... VWATER CLOSE, AND MICE, GREEK/ GRASS/ m ,£*• i*V< THIS IS WUTTY'S FIRST HUKITIWG TRIP CHARLIE.. HES kINDA NEW To IT.., I HOPE HE BAGS SOMETHING.' I CAM HARDLY WAIT To DO A LITTLS HUWTIMC . WHY DON'T YOU CO OUT WHILE CHARLIE AND I MAKE CAMP? rLL BE RICHT BACK.' By BLOSSER Sure Cure! WHAT DO YOU MEAN, AM I ALL RIGHT ? OP COURSE X /AM '.' OF COURSE NOT.' MES DOWN NEAR WHEW...THEN I GUESS THAT WAS WILDCAT I SHOT, -AFTER ALL " IS CHARLIE OKAY, TOO 7 HE ISN'T HURT, is HE f HELLD, CHICK \ I «5EE WHEGET THE. PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT THE OLD AWDQEWS HOUSE MOVED THe\Q IN YESTERDAY •<ow<e DOW ^ ft LITTLE MOVIU' YOURSELF,. IT APPEARS! By COWAN WELL,EVERYTHING HE PO^ UP, HE HIDES UNDER TH\<=, SOFA AND I'M THE LEGS _ »IM or THE HABIT \ ^ c (« -ti\ «^\ vV UO, I'M JUST AIMIM' TO FROM LOSIM' MV DOG.

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