Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 25, 1934 · Page 4
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FOUR jjj JSTAK, HOPE,-ARKANSAS Saturday, A'ugugtgS. 1934 fhe Japanese alphabet contains Uv *Ms of characters, one for men an the other for women. Bigger Than Ever Rexall Factory to You SALE Profits sacrificed to make more friends. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The BEXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 * SALE * COOL Summer Wash Dresses $1.98 Ladies Specialty Shop "Excusive But Not Expensive" NOTICE! 1 have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Fruit Co. Store building. All Work Guaranteed J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Phone 667. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street Storks Play Hot Spring Sunday Two States League Title Series Starts Sunday at Texarkana With the Two States League schedule ended, the Storks journey to Hot Springs Sunday afternoon for a game there at 3 o'clock. The Storks will probably play one or two more games at home before disbanding for the season. Noah Hobbs, secretary of the club, announced Saturday. The first of a five-game series to decide the championship bf the Two States league will be played Sunday afternoon at Texarkana between Atlanta and Southwestern. Atlanta won the first half of the iplit-season schedule, and Southwestern copped the last half. V. Glass, left hander, will probably be the starting pitcher for Atlanta, vith Robert Lumpkin slated to work on the mound for the Transporters. The second game of the scries will >e played next Tuesday in the At- tnta park. Home Clubs Ladi les 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 Itt Rent Itl Buy Ml in the Hope Star Marketplace Bonember, the more you tell, tba quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, min. 30o for consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ad. ' 3 tunes, 6c line, min. SOc • '6 times, 5c line, min. SOc 26 times, 3%c line, min. f2.1l (Average 5V4 words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that th« bill is payable on presentation of statement, befon th« first publication Phone 768 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. FOR RENT FQB RENT—Nice bed room 2 block froni business district. Call at 107 West Avc. C. 23 lip. FOR RENT—Modern five room house: with garage; close in. See A. H. Evcrs- meyer at 420 South Pine. 22-3tp FOR SALE Used parts for all cars. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. 16-26U Best Paint Sola-Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE—120 acres on Hope and Blevins pike, 2 miles south of city lim. its. Good house. Fine water. Place Is fenced and cross-fenced. Two barns lull of feed, 19 head of cattle, 5 hogs, 3 mules, all farm implements. Price ?4100. Take ?1500 cash to handle, balance on long time. An ideal home. Well located all equipped. BRLDE- .1VELL & TYLER, HOPE, ARK. •• 23-3tc. Used cars bought and sold. P. A. Lewis yWotor Co. 16-26t, Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. LOST LOST—Black leather suitcase between Nashville and Hope. Contents, children's clothing. Return to 1301 Sooth Main Street. Reward. 21-3tp. LOST—Between Geo. Williams store and A. G. Martin's n grip of women's clothes. Reward o£ §3.00 to the finder. Ellis Williams. "FOUND FOUND —Arkcinsahj licuiise plate. number 95337. Owner may ijo.«(::-o Ua by paying for this ad. , 20 btc. WANTED WANTED-UserJ graiji drill. V/ritc box 350 Hope, Ark. 20 3 tp Liberty. The Liberty Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. S. B. Bristow August 24. The devotional was given by the vice president, Mrs. Guy Hicks, who read the First Psalm which was followed by the Lord's Prayer. There were 13 members who answered to the roll call, with 11 visitors present. Announcement was made by Miss Griffin that a county meeting was to be held at Washington on Aug. 29. Also a state meeting at Camp Pike on September 5 to 8. Miss Griffin gave those present a pamphlet on pickles and relishes. She also gave. a demonstration on house dresses. Refreshments consisting of cake and ice cream was served by the hostess. The club adjourned until September 28 to meet then at the home of Mrs. Frank Shearer. Ozan and St. Paul The Ozan and St. Paul home demonstration club met Friday, August 17 at the home of Mrs. C. K. Osborn. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Wilbur Jones, vice president. Miss Annie Fontaine gave the devotional from the 97th Psalrn. The following leaders gave their reports: Mrs. C. K. Osborn, clothing asd Mrs. O. C. Robins, food preparation. A talk was made by Miss Griffin calling the attention of the members to the house dress contest to be held in August, the canning contest later and the state camp to be held the first week in September at Camp Pike. Afterward demonstration was given on making buttermilk sherbert and peach ice cream 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 R. E. Hatcher 115 N. Hazel St. Pipe, Valves & Fittings Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Appliance* Phone 259 Vote for ODI3LL GAKKETT For County Treasurer Nevada County Honest, Courteous, Efficient TRADES DAY Thursday Aug. 3O Ask for Trades Day Tickets elson-Huckins LAUNDRY Wash SuiU Properly Laundered SOc PHONE 8 OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS i / THAT'S TH' TROUBLE ^ W|D GETTIN' IN TO SEE THEN BUSy BIG BOYS-IP, AN' WHEN YOU PO GIT IN,THEY'RE LIBUL TO SEE SOMETHIN', AM' EASH OFP AM' LEAVE YOU ALONE-THE BULL'S JUS 1 SEEM SUMPN, VEH-TH'GUY IN TH' EMPL.OYME.NT OFFICE \S STARTED ON HIS VACATfOM TODAY, AK)' TH' BULL HAS JUS' SCEN THAT -THEY PUT A GIRL. IN HIS PLACE-AM 1 HE'S SEEM SHE LIKES TALL, WAVY— HAIRED, WELL-DRESSED BLONDES TS AND HER BUDDIES THE PEMlMIKJE TOUCH 7-25 J".C?. WILLIAM^ r M *ti.(i (/ s frtr ofr YES .GENTS, IM THAT UPPER HOOPLE GOLD MINE FORTUNE \S GOING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT/ EACH SHUFFLE OF TH'CA'RDS IS A STEP NEARER TH" "POORHOUSE FOR TH* MAvSOR/ \5isa HE ALWAYS WAS SURE OF HAS SWv<;>, ><a WITH TH' OWLS CLUB <5AN<o, "BUT THOSE x GUYS UP THERE WONT COUKJT CHIPS UNTILTHEYGETTH' -f TATTOOED ANCHOR OFF HIS ftp jAfcii O T KNOW HOW VT WILL END / Ht LL BE AS' BROKE. AS K GREEK STATUE- TH' TAMBOURINE ON UeFOR •j& £&££''**• rf*** *:* M.r*C-*« ^Wl <3sr- -_ WILL WE COME OUT '^==±£±-i_ PR\NCE OR PAUPER * ^Si u, 8-2S WtU. KlOW ,t\_MW - Wt GOT VOO'.Wt GOTTA OOPt OUT fv T'FltsiO ROKiNVc. I <bW OOWW VOU OUTTA Monkey Business! v*.ri "teJ EAVitO , WXM- jSy MARTIN C^: VREED BY A SA&EC-TOOTH TIGER, ALLEY OOP AND FOOZY SPEND THE NIGHT UP IN A LEAFY BEDROOM. BUT EVECY THING MUST END-AND SO THE LONG NIGHT G-IVES WAY TO THE DAWN - ALLEY OOP ; Tramp, Tramp, Tramp! OH, HUM f G'MORNING-, \ YEP! IT LEFT AT TH' CRACK CF DAY =««,*,; HAS Que T|C - EG so Ler5 CU(M& DQWN PRIEND OONE J_ OUR WAY- SAY, WE GOTTA < A CYCLONE CACRIED US TO £ E , ,^ Tr ! N ' BACK -/ T~ H| S SPOT. SO WHECE WE T.; MOO/ HAVE ( AEE.I DO KNOW NOT - BUT rOU ANY IDEA ^t WHIC2LINO IVINDS TflAV^L WHERE WE ARE? S FCOM TH' WEST, SO WESTS V. HAT DIRECTION V TH 1 DICECTlON t WE OO? J^ ^ SUGGEST By HAMLIN WASH TUBES D'YA THINK Y OH ' YEAH • WE'LL EvZC J I B'LIEVE SO. FIND OUR. BUT NVE MAY Mfl^i(ou^Lii;i:' y • ' i; '^^;f i-^.^^'j Just Starting Out! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS / 'OK ( CHA X ( !' By CRANE 'IM, fOBVltR. He CISM'T ,-r.. you FOLLOW ME... ROPE 15 STROMC EMOUCM.. C^ IT'S HOLDIWG MV ' """ V/EIGHT ' The Chie •*w;-^ SSES^ar'^V"^" .•;•-•" .....••• ••" •*»' ' l ^^^s^te^l|^ o\\, we STILL S\OM'T HE ]i IN& mTwe.COUXOC.0''' SET T)OWN? , r M ntr.. u s PAT. nrr lo.n ny NLA bi:nvif i:. itif. _/ tty BLbSSER HERE'S THE TCEE i MARKED WITH MY PIFLG.' 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