Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 9, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mongolian Philosopher f OUR BOARDING HOUSE I ^ , HORIZONTAL ,1 I Jfots In scale, ~< SWho was the •; ancient philos- , opher in tlie picture? 10 Either. Answer MTfee having • tough woofl. 16 To Wnit upon. If Chaste. IX Pertaining to the planet Mars. SO Implement. 41 Age. 22 Not as tall. 24 Prophet, 25 Second note. 26 Mother. 27 And. S5 Gtant king ot Bashan. H9 Right. 41 Sen c:>r;!e. 13 Undergarment, •19 Shoemaker's tool. 51 Reniuncrntecl. 5;! Conecrnlnp:. 51 Melody. 30House canary. 55p " t V lto cir 31 Serrated tool. 33 Music drama. 34 Musical in- Strument. 35 To be victorious. 38 Wayside hotel. 38 Seventh note. dilation. 57 To acquiesce. SS He w:is the most influential philosopher of . 59 His family name was GO The birth of this \viis •r>51 B. C. VKKTIC.AI, 1 Ho bolievetl in a " man." " To hriliitunte, 3 Mining shaft hut. •1 Upon. f> Card game. G Consumer. 7 To prattle. S You and mo. !l To harden. 10 Convex molding. 11 His system ot ethics developed into 1" Owl of war. 16 Eggs ot fishes. IS Exclamation. oC delight. 10 Northeast. 22 Devilish. "?> To hreathe. 2« Worth. 2S To contaminate. 30 Ch.uvch bench. "2 Pale. 37 Impudent. 40 To osclllafc. 41 Narrative poem. •(2 Unless. 41 Possessed, •in Half an em. <lfi Bill of fare. •17 Within. •IS Male deer. •3!) Region. 50 Tardy. 52 Payment demand. 51 Onager. 5G Each. There are 60,000 motion pictur thea- .ters in, the world. Of these 41,000 are equipped with sound devices and 19,000 are in tht United States. Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, tha quicker you sclL 1 time, lOc line, min. 30c E'er, consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c 6 times, 5c line, rnin. 2!)n 26 times, 3 ! /4c line, min. $2.«"8 (Average 5% words to the line) NOTRE— Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that tha bill is payable on presentation of statement, before th& first publi- Phone 768 WANTSfr TO BUST Old gold and silver. Mr.- Pholps, gold buyer, under Government license I>-12~89, will be in Hope at the Barlow Hotel all day Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 9, 10 and 11. Payj up to 524,00 an ounce cash for all kinds of old gold, jewelry, watches, rings, gold teeth, fountain pea points, eye glasses, frames etc. Hunt up your old gold, bring it to the Barlow Hotel. Inquire for Mr. Phelps. We buy all kinds of sterling and coin sivor. Estimates and appraisals frcee. Telephone: for special appointment. 8-ut STUDENTS interested in making up High School Work call Glenn J. Durham, Phone 213-W. 8-Ut tli Team for -Ball League Double-Header at High School Field Thurs• day Night - A fourth softbail team iias been completed here and the teams will see action Thursday night in a double- bill scheduled at the high school athletic field. Dr. L. M. Lile's Julia Chester hospital team will meet the Williams Lumber company in the first contest, starting at 8:15. After completion o£ a team to represent Hope Water and Light plant, a game was scheduled with Loreco Oilers. It starts immediately after the first game. Proceeds after expenses for the flood light.?, will go to the high school athletic fund. STANDINGS Two Slates League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Souihweslern 12 3 .800 Goodyear 6 8 .429 Hope 6 9 .400 Atlanta 4 8 .333 Southern Association BE SURE — Insure with ^Ktna. Wayne H. England, Phone 475. First National Bank Building. 4-Ut Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Five room apartment in my home, vacant now. J. A. Sullivan, 4-7tp FOR RENT—Five room house, furnished, modern, convenient. Call this office. 8-3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—Gun Shop. P,';,no and Victrola. Mrs. R. L. T.v.l'jr, fcl.1 V,'. .:t Sixth Street. 7-Ct FOR SALE—Young Jersey c-j-.v with three-months-old heifer calf. Reasonable. Fhone IS'). G-3tp. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 10-26t. Best Paint Sold—Hope Bids. Mat. Co. "FOR SALE—Trnilor. 5 ton~;; :i bor.'; unit 34x7 Dunk—IS loot St;.:!:o Bcr! with Ridge Pole and Tarpaul-n. Cull 22. Thompson Bros. 4-3', Used cars bought and sold. p. A. ; Lewis Motor Co. lG-2Ct. j Wall Paper—Hop.,,- Bldg. Mat. Co~ j NOTICE I ' NOTICE—'Vc hnve n-icverl to II'7~ ' Fruit Co., Ill South Alain Strc -t. j Bring your crcr.rn, CVA. and poul- ; try to our nov/ r,lacv. Tli;.;i.l;.;. ,!. 1>. Terapleton. 3-2tp; Clubs- New Orleans Chattanooga Nashville Memphis Knoxviile Birmingham Athmta Little Rock Won Lost Pet. 27 19 20 21 13 17 . 17 15 12 16 17 21 19 22 24 24 .692 .543 .541 .500 .500 .436 .415 .385 National League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. New York 67 39 .632 Chicago fi4 St. Louis GO Boston 54 Fitbburgli 49 Brooklyn 44 Philadelphia - 43 Cincinnati 2(i 41 44 52 53 58 «2 C8 .610 .577 .509 ,480 .431 .410 .346 Clubs- Detroit New York Cleveland . St. Louis .. . r-hibck-lphiu Chicago ...... American League 64 57 55 49 44 39 37 Won Lost Pet. 67 37 .644 39 .621 46 51 55 55 60 69 .553 .519 .471 .444 .394 .34.9 WE DNESDA VS RESULTS Southern Assocalion Knoxvillu 4-6. Little Rock 3-2. iUf.-inpni.; (J. Cha 1 - •. :-_.j 2. Birmingham 3, Atlanta 1. f'.jv/ Orleans 5, Nashville 2. National League Brooklyn 2. New York 0. C;..k-a;/o 7-14, Pittsburgh 4-3. U.-jvlon '•',, Philadelphia 2. ^•A. Loui.a 10. Cincinnati 4. Anjeriran League Cleveland U, Chicago 4. Deli-oil 7, St. Louis 6. Y/,••: lun'Hon !j. New York 2. k-,«.< :\ II, Philadelphia 9. icScins LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered PHONE 8 .SOc 9, 1934 ^^f ALVIN AND I VISIT MY SISTER IN CHICAGO TOR,TWO WEEKS,AND TAKE IN THE TA\R J—THE BOYS LEFT THIS MORNIKCb,TO SPENt) THEIR VACATION AT A, <S>UN<NMER UP AT L/XKE YVOOLSOK/ THAT WILL LEAVE YOU HERE' ALONE/BUT, SINCE YOU HAVE MONEY NOW,YOU WONT MIND By AHERN OUT OUR WAY *j3* A, doot> TIME/ ^ SO THE LM3S HAsVE <SONE UP TO L.NKE WOOLSOK.EH •DIDM'T ^AEHT\OK A>NYTHlN<STO ME ABOUT THEIR "PLAvNS I'LL HA»/E S^SON DRIVE TEW DAYS /THEN I WILL GO TO A N\ORE EXCLUSIVE SPOT/ r ^ : /!w 1934 BY HEA 5ERV1CC. INC. T. M. RtC. U. S. PAT. OFF. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Rv WU.UAMS THISCSUM IS EMPTVV \~/ WELL. YOU I'M JUST(3O/M'TO SCARE V-V GO BACK TO 'EM—DO YOU REALIZ.E 1 BED/ I'LL TALK WORK TWELVE HOURS M TO THQSE Bo>S N IG H ? • /tA Illi ifli 4 DY Mr> StVlVICt. f^C. T M. HCG. U. S. PAT, OfF BORM THIRTV VEAR5 TOO SOOM. Boots Is Getting Anxious! MARTIN \'r I H\M \ Of -\ V\\V\ — OR. , HE'-b OO 1 ,^' \ ,_ ' MUSTN'T at AWV ov WOOVO ONiUV ALLEY OOP A Lesson in Manners •- - LIS'J,.. ilil. C C, /" Bv HAML1N WASH TUBES /7~FOOEV OM THAT GUV f "V WHY. VOU DUMpy DOODLE-RUQ f r^T'/^ C^rtfckif t I ir-lr-ir- \ 1 — . . . _.^.__-_' >\. iQ 1B34 PV NCA SCBV1CE. |HC. I T. M. BITO. U. S. P*T. OTT. Easy Looks Ahead! UI5TEN, SAP, WE'RE GOING TO MAKE A MAN OF BOARDMAN AND WHETHER HE HAS A GOOD TIME. OR, NOT. WE'RE (3OIN6 ~— TO ENJOV A FREE VACATION IT'S NO VACATIOM TO HIM BELLYACHE. /TH'HECK I HAVEN'T,' LETS SCRAM/ WE'RE , A QUITTER- A SOFTIE. YOU HAVEN'T JUSTAWISE POTATO WHO . WASTIN' OUR TIME TRVIM' 1 THE NECVE TO TACKLE A TOUSH JOB TO SHOW OLD BOARDMAW KNOWS WHEN I'M LICKED. 'AT'S ALL. GOOD TIME.. v^r A THEM HE MADE A By CRANE. AW. FOR6ET . BEEN WANTIMQ TO GO FISHING,AMD NOW'S OUR CHANCE.'WE'LL DRAG THE OLD BOY UP TO ONE OP HIS PRIVATE LAKES AND HAVE THE TIME OF OUR LIVES, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DOM'T BLAME ME...IT AIMT MY FAULT.' GOT AWAY WHILE WAS SHOEING MY NAG .'.' WHV DIDN'T YOU KEEP AN EYE ON HIM? HILE THE BOYS ARE BUSY FISHING, THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE TOWN OF PINYPN.... HOW DID NEAR AS I CAN HE MANAGE ) PK5URE, HE TOok THE / f~l A\ 1 /I M JT-M—• I A Mr—.A ^.ii». RAWHIDE LACES OUT KNOT AMD ROPED YOUR ; DESK, FROM HIS CELL..,.; THEN HE PULLED Trie : DESK CLOSER Tb HIM I AND Took: YOUR KEYS i OUT OF THE DRAWER OF HIS BOOTS AND TIED THEM TOGETHER / •>, BUT HE LEFT A NOTE FOR YOU.... /WROTE IT IN YOUR RECORD ' BOOK WITH A SOFT-NOSE BULLET .", WMAT i IT SAYS:"HERE'S A I DOES IT (WARNING NOTE...TWE SAY ? 1 NEXT TIME J SEE YOU. • •' I'LL GIVE rou WHAT I WROTE IT WITH 1. AND IT'S SIGNED/ "JACQUES BATEESE?' THE NEWFANGLESJJMom'n Pop) V HE'S THE THIE|f"\ " HE'S THE THIEF: IT SEEMS MIGHTY ALLWGHT, AMD WE'LL FUNUY T'ME THAT L KEEP AFTER HIM YOU DIDN'T FIND \ UNTIL HE CONFESSES ANY OF THE STOLEN GOOU-3 014 H\M Close to Home! MOW, BE CM2EFUL, A.ND DON'T ACCUSE AN IUNOCE.NT OEST THE SAME.. SINCE \ TOOK HIM IN CUSTODY HOTHIN 1 BEEN t LMD \T RIGHT HECE ON THE. DRESSF-P LAST N\GHT, UKE 1 ALWAYS t>O By COWAN BY CRACKY, NOBODY KIN STEAL. MY BADGE', I'LL UU THET THIEF ' TJ1REC._IJ. 5. PAT. OFF. I O 1034 BY MjQ> sutvict. INC IK; 11

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