Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 31, 1934 · Page 4
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JfJ&GE FOtJK 'yg^ .1.^1. ... . . . ... . Tu&Hay. July 31,1984 By AHERN Famous Stage Star WHUZONTAI, .tfStVho is the dr»matic ac- Wtss in the picture? HFtrtile spots 'in A desert, it Snaky fish. J Stigma. 15 Brought up. It Gfew dimmer. 18 Singing voice. 19 Wrath. !0 Sells. !2 Falsehood. (3 South America. 24Italian river. 49 Rumanian Kr Decree. coins. Answer to Previous Pnwl* Ei JAMS „,.__ HHEP IN r SSI IS Tubular sheath 50 Suture. oft a plant. jSl Rodent. iaSGolt device. 83 Open passage • • In a forest. 85 Flavor. IT Minor note. IS Senior. 99 Half an em. to Railroad. ilFroxen water. 43 Adorned with t nails. 52 Florentine Iris. 5€ Flat round plate. 54 Dove's cry. 56 Name. 57 Ozone. 55 She is famous for her - •*• roles. VERTICAL 1 Grated. 2 One for use a thing ia done. 3 Guided. 4 Exists. 5 To liquefy. S Opposite of nweather. 7 Pound. S English coin. 9 Side of a room 10 Complete. 11 Kimono sash. 12 Organ of hearing. 14 Female deer, whose 16 Father. 17 Doctor. 20 Semi-liquid cookery mixtures. 21 Stained. 23 Cigar fish <PU. 25 Sea. 26 She is -— by birth. 27 God of war. 29 Thing. 30 She has been most successful in . 34 Decorative mesh. 36 Three. 42 All. dls- tribuliveljr. 44 Toward. 45 Coffee pots. 46 To let fall. 47 Ten cents., 4S Corpse. v " < . 49 Monetary unit of Italy. BIRatitc bird. 53 To perish. 65 AH right. 67 Measure of area. ^ ^r to i ^9 ^ IO 4O -SLJ Peach Prices • F.o.b. shipping pomt, information reported for Saturday, July 28: • 'NASHVILLE, Ark—Hot, cloudy and showers. Haulings moderate, good wire inquiry. Demand good for large stock and limited for small stock. Market firm. Carlots f.o.b. usual terms and loi^cash track. Elbertas US No. 1 2 in min bu baskets 1.50, some asking higher; 13-4 in min 1.25 to 1.40, 80 1 BCT cent car more U S No. 1 2 in min 135 to 1.40, 1 7-8 in min 1.00 to 1.15, 1 5-8 in min 80c to 1.00. Sunday warm and'partly cloudy. . MACON, Ga: Hot, partly cloudy Haulings moderate. Moderate wire in- Sell It! Find It! Rent III Buy ttl in the Hope Star Market Place Bononber, the more you tell. UM quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o Jfor consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c S times, 5c line, rain. 90c 28 times, 3%c Une, mm. J2.7I (Average 5Vi words to the line) NOT&-Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, befor* th» first publi- Phone 768 BANDINGS Two States League Clubs Won Lost Pet. outhwestern 10 1 .909 oodyear 5 7 .417 Ulanta 3 5 .375 ope ~~ 3 8 Southed Association Clubs— Won Lost Pet New Orleans 18 10 .64: Memphis 19 13 Nashville 16 12 Atlanta Ihattanooga .................... 12 ittle Rock .............. ........ 12 15 16 14 .462 17 .414 1 .414 Knoxville 12 17 Birmingham 11 16 .407 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 61 35 .635 Chicago 57 38 .600 St Louis 55 39 .585 Boston 48 49 .495 Pittsburgh , 44 47 .484 Philadelphia 41 55 .427 Brooklyn 40 54 .426 Cincinnati 32 61 .344 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 59 36 .621 New York 57 36 .613 Cleveland 53 40 .570 Boston 52 45 .536 St. Louis 42 48 .467 Washington 44 52 .458 Philadelphia 37 55 .402 Chicago 33 64 .340 TENNIS RACKETS restruung. All •work guaranteed. Call us for a free H 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 MONDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Birmingham 5, Little Rock 3. New Orleans 10, Memphis 7. Knoxville 3. Atlanta 1. Only games scheduled. National League Open date. American League St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. Boston 8, Washington 0. Only games scheduled. GRAPES for sale, ?1 per bushel a Hart farm. Get them this week. V. C Johnston. 26- 3t P- 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 30-3t Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. WANTED Shutters. Phone 15. 3t dh. LOST WH/XT YOU SHOL)Lt> "DO •RK&HT fcWAY, SIR LMs£P*V<J& . r=> "PUT A SET OF KXJR-WUEBl BR/^KES ON MOUR T2AN\< "ROL.U /--~AM* DONT <2>O t>P?UM /xTaoLTT HOW MUCH MONEY YOU rW&-^THE.W ARE HUNDREDS OP SNNAKT CROWS WAYT\N£> TO w:v< TArPE CORN UKE NOU t OH.VXE'S A C\NQA KMTVV ^ %E K ptRTECTJPOC\<tT ^CTION fjj H&XL HAVE LEFT . ON HIS KEV"WN<b/—VF Ht ONLY Vs/OULD "Pif^ROHiZE HOf^E INDUSTRY , I COULD CUP HIM TOK fc-FEW SR^r N\Y \MV\6\BLE TO<b quiry. Market for crates slightl weaker and steady for bushels, de mand moderate. Carloads f.o.b. cas track and carloads f.o.b. usual terms Bu baskets US No. 1 2'/, in min 1.5 Z in min 1.25 to 1.50, mostly aroun 1 40 1 7-8 in min mostly around l.i l' 3-4 in min 1.10 to 1.15, six basket, crates US No. 1 mostly around UD, few higher, medium 1.10, few higher, small 65 c to 75c. Practically all present shipment sold, some shipment on contract. Sunday, hot, showers. CANDOR, N. C. Hot, clear, rained during Saturday night. Haulings increasing. Good wire inquiry. Demand good, market firm. Carloads f.o. b. cash track and carloads f.o.b. usual terms. Belles of Ga., US No. 1 2Vi in min mostly mostly around 1.50, 2 in min 1.35, Elbertas US No. 1 2 in min 1.50. Some shipments on contract. Sunday, hot and clear. •.m •!! _ • i - ^^_^^_____ —- _ i ^ j ^^^^^^^^ ia ^^ BM> j^giaii^MaiMycMKi^i^i^^^^^^^'^^*^^^^^^*^™ Luck's Tourist Court Hickory Barbecue Sandwiches, Drinks Open All Hours _ Ray Luck We 222 H.E.Luck LA UN Wi*E'$.«:*» Properly • ^ BE60NE THINK sor ^T L * I • YOKEL 1LL SS 1 K w _. EASY * TARGET- SScr m N tfoj BY NU StavlCC. IH '^~ ~i~» ^-Au/gu Tru? fr WMV S! /AH WISH YO ALL WOULD Sfe.IW.SSra iKJj.,, A STICKIN' UP THERE MOW, LOOKS/ [ HERE, j fa / UK6 A SORE THUMB. ' mm i t •"'•'',. t *• i i '# ' & G^> 1ft 1M« BY MtA SCKVICC. INC. THE BUSTER Cr.I?.VJIUV.I>^M^ T M neo.u ». PUT. orr. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES IS THERE EVSt. SOOTS ? Ronnie Is Quite Sure! Zy MARTIN -VOO i K>O , OEM3 Ort, KJO — N>O , "ttttte oaxe 6<yxTE.TOY. ^O VOO VOR COOV.O DO VOOOV.O MAW.E FEEY. 60VNE- "VEY.V voo '. i HADN'T TO ,AVi' VOO'YA- TWfvT '. 1 WitOOW ,N><3W, •\HAT 1 NteOtR WT ALLEY OOP 'THERE V'ARE, VA CRA-ZY VAP'/ BUT GOSH. \ BR1NS ALL THESE FELLAS X®° 7 ' THEV OUT HERE T'HELP YA / MWSHTA WLLEO GttCHER DINOSAUR OUT A POOR 01 OF A TREE-. AN 1 / CAUSE / \ THATA VA DON'T L\KE TH 1 WAY THEV GO ABOUT IV. VA SOCK. 'EM t NOW THE WE QUI ^^ Another Call on the Brain Trust! By HAMLIN WELL, SO LONG. OOP. OL! BOV — \ ViKVA VA LUCKf SORRV 1 CAM'T HELP YUH- POOR OVY GONNA THAT TREE ? WHAT AfA \ GONNA DO f fr^S-^ h /• rAOW'NV \ EVER. DOWN OUTA ;«fcJMM5; n.^r^^'^ ;^ -t-TR-^-— WASH TUBBS Everything's Wrong! By CRANE WELL, LET'S HOPE THE CI6ARS ARE BETTER. THAN THE D1NKJER. HELP YOURSELP, CAPTAIN THEY'RE SPECIALLY MADE FOR ME BV A GENERAL IM r^-~--' -~^/" THE CUBAW ARMY. J/THANKSV M v , . /L- >l' ' ~f/ r \\ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS _ _ WHAT'S THE MATTER?} / TOO MOffT , AGAlMf "AM6 I ^ - . -- — — - ^ O' AN /TWO BUCKS / APIECE / 3 ( THAT (3UV MUST I BE CRA^y. NEVER PLftiHt! NOTmH&'S ANV 6OOD MORE. WCfTHiMQl 1 PAV TWO BUOCS APIECE FOR CKSARS, AND TMEV A_V isitor! /SOLJK4D5 UIKE THE PATTLE By BLOSSER IguT NUTTY, DOM'T FORGET, EVERY CUB HAS A MOTHER, AMD £VERY MOTHER HA9 A DISPOSITIOr^^ IF- SHE'S A GRIZZLY MOTHER !/ HEY, FRECKLES ARE,GIVE /\ LOOK BRING-'EM-BACK-ALIVE THAT'S ME ." WHY, YOU LITTLE RASCAL ' . I MICHTA XTKIOWM THAT, IF I LEFT THE UD OFF THE (40NEY CAM, SOME CURIOUS CUB WOULD VISIT US .'.« WE'RE GOING ) NOPE ! TOO TIRED BEAR, \ I DID MY MIklKJG NUTTY... ARENT ) YESTERDAY.. .I'LL YOU COMING J STICK AROUKJD ALONG "Z A CAMP! OF PANS.. IT CANT BE FRECKLES OR CHARLIE .. THEY'RE WEI L UP ON THE FORK TRAIL, BY HOW .' COSH WHAT WAS THAT? LMHL '• By COWAN THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) JAMES, ASK THE HOW WC GO \ ZOWIE! LDOV< 'A/HAT'S THIPTY GALLONS? i*»'.%- •» *- '*. ~3 - \ ^

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