Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 22, 1934 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 22, 1934
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PAGE FOUR UUl'ii, blAK, HOPfc, ARKANSAS Complete coverage on your home Is very essential. Read your policy carefully. It the 80^ is not clenr, be sure to ask our advice. ROY ANDERSON £; CO C0M»I Iff INSURAHCC S£KVICf PHONE 610 MOPE, ARK Bigger Than Ever Rexall Factory to You SALE Profits sacrificed to make more friends. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 * SALE * COOL Summer Wash Dresses $1.98 Ladies Specialty Shop "Excusive But Not Expensive" NOTICE! I have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Fruii Co. Store building. All Work Guaranteed J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Phone 667. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street Ladies We have installed a new patented machine that sews on soles. Old fashioned tacks no longer necessary. No advance in prices. Give us a trial. All Work Guaranteed Theo P. Witt Shoe Repair Shop 210 South Main Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy UI in the Hope Star Market Place Bemcmbcr, 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, 3'/zc line, min. $2.11 (Average 5'/4 words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill la payable on presentation of statement, bofora tho first publication. Phone 768 STANDINGS Southern Association Clubs- New Orleans Chattanooga Memphis Nashville Knoxvillo Atlanta Birmingham Little Rock Won Lost Pot. 36 17 ,6T3 28 19 .596 29 27 27 26 30 29 31 25 24 24 21 ... 19 .518 .48\ .480 ,4« .420 .380 Clubs- New York Chicago St. Louis Boston Pittsburgh Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinnati National League Won Lost Pet. 76 70 69 58 55 50 45 41 42 47 47 58 60 64 70 76 .644 .598 .595 .500 .478 .439 .391 .350 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit New York .... Cleveland Boston Washington .. St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago 77 71 60 62 52 49 47 41 40 45 53 57 61 63 64 76 .658 .612 .531 .521 .460 .437 .423 .350 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Modern five room house with garage; close in. See A. 'H. Evcrs- meyer at 420 South Pine. 22-3tp FOR SALE FOR SALE—Six-week-old male police pup, $5. Mrs. R. O. Bridewell. Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t Best Paint Bold-Hope Bldg. Mat Co. Used ears bought and sold. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26t. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST LOST—Black leather .suitcysu between Nashville and Hope. Contents, children's clothing. Return to 13(11 Sooth Main Street. Reward. 21-,'it.p. LOST—Between Geo. Williams store iind A. G. Martin's a grip of women's clothes. Reward of $3.00 to the finder. Ellis Williams. FOUND" Soiithcni Assocaliou Nashville 3, Little Rock 2. New Orleans 12-0. Knoxville 1-5. Atlanta 9, Memphis •!. Only games scheduled. National League Cincinnati 4, New York 3. Brooklyn 9, Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 6, Chicago 1. St. Louis 6. Boston 2. American League Cleveland 12, Philadelphia 11. St. Louis 8, New York 6. Detroit 8. Boston 4. Only games scheduled. Tokio Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Nance returned home from Prescott Friday. Mrs. A. O. McHughes and daughters Misses Ora Marie and Irene left Friday morning to visit Mrs. McHughes' mother at Morrilton, who is reported very sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cooley have moved to Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hatch of Fulton are visiting relatives here now. Warland Seuart is visiting relatives at Broken Bow, Okla. L. S. Sanford visited friends at Zion Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McLarty of Nashville visited here Frida ynight. Coy Sullivan of Nashville visited friends here Sautrday night. Mrs. Rush Harris of Mineral Springs is visiting her daughter Mrs. Quinton Sanford at this place. Vernon Harris and Will Threat were business visitors to Nashville Friday. Misses Ruth Janet and Ruby Jean Atkins of Camden are visiting relatives here now. James Sanford of Bingen spent Thursday night with relatives here. Roy Wisdom and Kelsie Harper were Nathan visitors Thursday night. Tompie Warren was a business visitor to McCaskill Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Nance left Monday to visit relatives at Prescott The famous "Black Stone" 'of Mecca has been worn smooth by the kisses of millions of devotees, since Mohammed himself kissed it more than 1300 years ago. DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 NOTICE! Have that old Mattress Renovated. We make them look new. Call for and deliver. Give Us A Trial Home Mattress Shop Ft. E. Hatcher 115 N. Hazel St. Pipe, Valves & Fittings Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Appliances Phone 259 t'OLTND—Arkansas licx-n.su plate. number 95937. Owner may possess Uy by paying for thL; ad. , 2U 3tc. WANTED WANTED—LTscd grain drill. Writ-: t.o:< 350 Hoj>o, Ark. 2() :i t t ; TRADES DAY Thursday Aug. 3O Ask for Trades Day Tickets elson "Hucksns LAUNDRY Wash Suits Properly Laundered SOc PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE PLAY POKER wrm SOME; NICE GUYS YOU MET IN TW HOTEL?—WELL, LETS THROW A BON VOXAGE PARTY TOR NOUR SOLD MINE "ROLL, NOW/-—"THIS IS OKJE TIN^E' YOLJLL cor/\t OUT IN A "BARREL.INSTEAD OF ONE.^BfeJN YOU/, By_AHERN ALLAY YOURT^ PEARS, LADS) I, ALSQCAU CHARM A OUT OUR WAY _WcHneu'day, August 22. 1984 By WILLIAMS BEFORE THEY TH' VAN\SH\NiG. CREAM ON YOU.WRAM, WOULO YOU BE INTERESTED IN BUYING (CARD BECK, A LATE-rAO^EL BRIDGE? I OR PUT THE OR, HOW ABOUT AV.LTH jt HAPPY HOP ' ON 0\CE, HAVE CONTROL \T/ 1-4 MAS THOSE F INSETS T00 = y^ //.' V \ 193-t BY NgA fEnVICE. INC ,T M nr.G U S. PAT. Grr'-'V^t 8-ZZ- WHUT'S THE CAW? OM , THAT'S TO kETCH TH 1 FISH IN X IF I KETCH OME. ^/' ^\ ^:>W"fad ,.,-^\/^ THE BITE. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Mrs. Ross Has Her Say! MARTIN 1VOE MAO'S A 60OO UOKE. VO AUO WtVL COHt. E>ACV.-~ MNIU MY COOVD OIA AM eORE HE. WIV.V. — S I'M SO , .OVOO MV \\ . ~ J // ;- / DO ? V? VOO ACoVL ' . NEA SEIIVICE, INC. T. M PEC. U S P AT - Orr ALLEY OOP Out of the Frying Pan! By HAMLIN BOY, I'M GLAD WE'RE ) I'M WORRIED ABOUT WHAT SCARED CLEAR. OP THAT APE/ \ THAT APE AWAY - I THINK TH 1 THOUGHT OF I. WE'KE IN FOR. MORE TROUBLE THAT THING GIVES /^ _ TODAY/ L°T W Ss D isc™ P z' PE ( A SABERTOOTH J LET us ESCAPE y^ TIGERff? ^ <B3« BVNCA OtKVICt. INC T M nr.C U. 5. P*T-Orr. WASH TUBES f I AH-6OOP MORMIN6, , V -M^- BOARDMASJ. Disgusted! By CRANE } AREM'T VOU } / I PEEL TERRIBLE. I PEELIN' WELL?/\( ALWAYS FEEL TERRIBLE. \\ I FEEL EVEM WORSE THAN) USUAL. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS V/ORK YOUR WAY ACROSS, NUTTY... ATTA BOY/ THE ROPE is HOLDING CHARLIE ^£Z>'~ •^ ^3 HAVISJ'A V gAH ' > NEVER HAD SUCH V SORRV, SIR. TIME. E>-P jl A ROTTEW TIME IN MV LIFE./ PLANJES JUST ' OME OF LEFT FOR I TELLVOU, I WON'T STAV x WHERE'S THE PL MS? I'M I GOING HONE. V — ^ 'i? X' v " 5 ivor' WEVV VORK TO GET TH' /ANOTHER MINUTE, DAIL V PAPER, AM' TH'/ I'M SICK OF THE OTHER t nv NC/V srnvifir. INC, r M nr.r, u s PAI orr. DUMP. DWOU HEAR? I'M SICK OF IT/ The Victor! IT'S HOLDING '/ ^^-^^77 -"-^ tf^fe . "' ' u ,(( -^^ I'M ALL RIGHT, ARE You ALL RIGHT; NUTTY? 5UC?E S FRECK...GIMME YOU'RE OKAY ? j THE DECISION MAYBE YOU'D \ OVER OLD LIKE A GLASS ) MAN RIVER OF WATER ; BOY, WHEN I WAS FLOATING ~\ DOWN THAT STREAM, i THOUGHT A OF EVERYTHING 1 EVER _^J ' DID ISJ MY LIFE/ /O JUST BEFORE I GRABBED THAT ROPE, I SAW AN OLD BEARDED COY WHO CALLED HIMSELF THE GRIM REAPER,' HE WANTED TO SHAKE HANDS WITH ME, AND I WAS JUST GETTING READY TO EXTEND MINE.... .•*&&:.-?,'••&% By 15LOSSER —^ THEM YoU GUYS CAME ALONG ) .I'/ WITH THE ROPE.... SO I DIDN'T '•,. OFFER MR. REAPER MY HAN'».. ) j. INSTEAD^ L JUST TOOK IT ^ AND PUSHED HIM IN j^~" THE FACE \ I M flLG U I, t'«l OtT _i ' > 1914 BY N£A Kfjl^l.v- l^c. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A Ripping Time! I'M CAUGHT IH TH\S DOOP, AND <SO\1EOUE"3 COMIt-l 1 -i^rrv UP THE WALK WHEY'S SOMEONE PBOWLItf AROUND OUTSIDE, ir IT'S THE THIEF THEY'VE BEEN UOOKtt-J' FOP, AND I C/KPTUPC HM1.WHAT I'LL I-1AKE DOT OF THE CONSTABLE . A ~\ By COWAN COME OUT FROM BEMMD fHET FEMCE,BEFORE T START SHOOTIM'I',

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