Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 20, 1934 · Page 4
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&'l y & fa!} , f^< , FOtJfc HOPE STA& HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, .September20,1934 Famous Invention HORIZONTAL " 1 famous ax- ttortd boat 6«l!t by V S. IB 18*2. tit wag used as &•' ***"'*" " 13 fttcher H Danger 18 Sound. ttTd be full of fumes. .18 Empty 19 Social insect 20 Senior tl inside boot sole 2« Large deer 27 Thiag 89 Entrance 30 Nautical 32 Auto 33 A removing 35 Pedal digit 37 Smooth. 39 Devoured 40 Exclamation o£ sorrow 43 To relieve 46 One who ices 47 From. .Answer to.Previous Puaal* 49 Magnetism 52 Myself 53 Morsel 55 Also 56 Black bird. r >7 Hastened. 58 It was designed by Captain 59 He invented the pro- pellor I pi.). VERTICAL 1 The pictured boat checked the Confederate 2 To be indebted 3 Born 4 To annoy 5 To think. 6 To lease. 7 Is victorious. S Nimble. 9 Street. 10 Stop! 11 Within. 12 To put a • . penalty on 15 Sun god. 19 Beer 22 Relating to a node 23 Evening party. 24 Hops kiln 25 Ardent partisan 27 Incarnation of Vishnu. 28 To rescue. 30 Northeast. 31 Note in scale. '33 Changes a g«tn .setting .14 Laccaic 3& Sailor 36 Bone 38 To doze 41 Sheltered placr 12 Hounded projection. 44 God of love. 45 Waytide hotels 46 Optical glass. 48 Pinaceouatree. 50 To low as a cow. 51 Lava 52 Craw. 54 Seventh note. 57 Second note. ra 17 ei S 12 W 53* zz. SA (14 19 Isss" Z7 no a IO II Vo i- £=~ Is^s mUi 'Tour tfome Should Come First'' Better Furniture, Better Homes, Better Citizens. Furnish your home now. Hope Furniture Co. Phone Five Sell It! Find It! Rent It! Buy It! in the Hope Star Market Place Remember, the more you tell, the quicker you sell. 1 time, lOc line, mia, 30o E'er consecutive insertions, minimum of 3 lines in one ai 3 times, 6c line, min. 50c G times, 5c line, min. 90c 26 times, 3'Ac line, min. $2.VO (Average 5% words to the line) NOTE—Want ads will be accepted with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, befora tho first publication. Phone 768 DINGS National League Clubs- New York St. Louis Chicago Boston Pittsburgh Brooklyn Philadelphia Won Lost Pet. ... 90 54 .025 ... 84 56 .600 .574 .511 ... G8 70 .493 ..... 64 77 .... 52 86 ... 81 60 ... 71 G8 .454 .377 Cincinnati 51 90 ;.3C2 American League Clubs— Won Lost Pet. Detroit 94 New York 88 Cleveland 78 Boston 72 Philadelphia St. Louis Washington .. G4 . C4 ..63 „ 51 50 57 07 72 78 79 80 91 Chicago WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS .653 .G07 .538 .500 .451 .448 .441 .359 Screen doors—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR RENT FOH RENT: South bed room, with or without bath, phone 321. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three- room apartment, private entrance, bath and garage. Call 284 or 66. I93tc. FOK RENT—120 acre farm, two four room.houses abundance of water, good bermuda pasture, good barn and potato house, on improved highway two miles from Hope; School bus runs through farm. This farm will be rent- de cheap for money rent only. Geo. W. Clark, Conway, Ark. 13-3t National League New York fi. Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 4-S, Pittsburgh 1-4. Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4. St. Louis-Boston, postponed, rain. American League New York 5, eDtroit 2. Washington 5, Cleveland 2. St. Louis 3, Boston 2. Philadelphia 5-14, Chicago 3-0. COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still With Us Prescription No. 200,000 will cure it. It kills the parasites in the skin. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 FOR RENT: Furnished house, vacant October 1. Call 653 or apply 1201 South Elm street. 3tc. FOR SALE Befit Paint Sold—Hope Bldg. Mat Co. FOR SALE: 200 bushels of fine pears. Sec Vincent Foster. 18-3tc. BARGAINS IN USED CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Wall Paper—Hope Bldg. Mat. Co. USED PARTS FOR ALL CARS. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. NOTICE NOTICE—$10.00 Reward for information that will lead to arrest and con- vi'-tiori of man who threw poisoned ' meat in the yard at 317 Shover street on the night of Die 18th. Man was j;etn to do this by a neighbor, and a reco'-d of all poixon sold lately is be- in," obtained. Addrea; P. O. Box 15. Hope, Arkansas. 20-2Lp Help^Wanted SALEMAN WANTED—For rural Mies work, must have car, salary and commission. Aj,r,Iy Sept. 22 and 24 John B. Greeson, White Hou.se, East Second St. 20-3tp. ENLARGE YOUR FIRE INSURANCE As your home increases in value, increase your insurance proportionately. We take a PERSONAL interest in every policy. ROYANDUSONfCO. "" Phone 810 Hope, Arkansas OUR BOARDING HOUSE •?%%- WA6GL&SN AxK/ EUREKA,' ! ' W ^ WAVE \T / NOW 1 1RECJVLV- ^) THE NAME /-WA6GLESNAK H/\W— I HAVE THE- hAENAOPY 1 JUS1& OT- THE EltPHAS-~PROBQSGt>tA, Vw , OP ELEPHANT, TO YOUSrR ' ' 7 E6AD, \T WAS S\X YEARS AGO —I WA-OTOSKaN A^ THE NOTARY PUBUC WHO W i co . ^u, . MY SIGNATURE /— YOU ARE A \ ByAHERN V.OOVA oirr i THAT'S HOW ME WAVED TH VVAND ON ME, A.NT _ ME OUTA ^AY CbOLt) OUT OUR WAY SAy / WHAT ARE ^ YOU T>OIMG,SO FAFt AWAY PftOM THE CAR? WE LHPT VOU IN It TO WATCH THINGS,. XKlD HE^E YOU ARE, A HALP BLOCk AWAY PROM IT. ^v\\ AND MV TWO NEW PAIRS OF SHOES AMD OTHER WCKA6ES IN IT, TOO.' By WILLIAMS * I'M WATCH IN' IT-TX>NT \ WORRV! BUT NOT PROM \ IN IT— I'VE TOOK •ENOUGH BAWLIN'S OUT PROM COPS, PER YOUR PARKIN'.' IT MAY BE PARKED ALL RIGHT, THIS TIME , BUT 1 AlM'T TAKIN' NO CHANCES/ I CAN WATCH IT RIGHT PROM HERE, FINE f > 1934 BY NfA StflVICT. INC. HEROES ARE MADE—NOT BORM r M rrii u. 5. PAT. orr. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Boots_Is Thinking Fast! MARTIN 1 .TW YOU'RE WVTH Mt ,1 DON'T OH ,BOT TUS TOU5 VOU H£'& 60RWY ^ i KitVO , PPED •60-AM' VOO'Qt A YSAO , ARtW'TCWX ? Vt TO WOMV-iVt. , V\W..UV . MAOt To OROtW VOW WVA -"V\t COOV.O POT NT OUtU \ ^Wt T\\' 6UV A 'BW.tAVi "i-O M^6e V\\VA VA VOO t>t.t"'\\- VVc. VOR AVOWV.'c ,NT ytWT TO ? TfXVCE. H\M OMO We. \ I )' ("«. ^¥ art', I I'i 834"BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. FiCC. U. S. PAT. OFF. ALLEY OOP Hotel Mesozoic By HAMLIN IT'U SOON BE DAQ.K-WE ,} AW- I'M TIRED CN GO NO FARTHER T'PAY//0F SLEEP/N 1 IN SHALL WE BUILD L& A ,-/&. TGEE-A FIRE e.OR IN.A 1 " .flsf WILL KEEP ALL TH' TREE STAY? tS&iSi ANIMALS AWAY'' I'D MUCH PREFER SLEEPIN' JAW, VVHAT^A ^ IW A TREE TO HAVIN' /MATTER VVITH SOME MONSTER MAKE ) YA ? NOTHIN'U MSAL OFF MEf^i OirCHA / /f ,«^T«."^;j=> v ^/yf- .->,..,„ . t , ;;;; WASH TUBES Company! By CRANE THIS IS A PRIVATE CAR. THE FIRST M(J6 WHO CLIMBS /M GETS HIS BLOCK KWOCKED OFF. FKtCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Plenty of Excitement! By BLOSSER I HOPE I You BETTER TAkE A HERE COMES MY BOY \LOOk: AT HIS HECK NUMBER FOUR... IS ALL AN' GARS, MOM... I'M ! RIGHT.' /TIRED HAVIN' YOU JUST WORK ME .'.' TWEIR TCLEGRAM SAID THEY'D BE ON IT .' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) BODY /FRECKLES,, RIG HT!LOOK D I D DID WE.' SAY, I'LL YOU ) HAVE EVERY HAIR HAVE / OM Y ° UR HEADS AN STANDING STRAIGHT EXCIT- UP ' ^HE^ I TE 1 - 1 IMS TIME •z YOU WHAT HAPPENED TO US.' DID AMY- THINS HAPPEN) AROUND SHADYSIDE WHILE V/E WERE AWAY, TAG? i HOPE &!\ TO TELL YOU.' BOY.' You MISSED IT,'-' LAST MON» OSEIE GOT BUTTED BY PLETCHEP'S BULL, AM' TWO DAYS AGO THE WIND BLEW THE GI<3I I OFF MILTOW'S r DRUG STORE .' / - Look Out, Dan! Hi' . i',v i,,'y-ji: > wK-.E. INC.T M Kftfjllfi. By'COWAN WHAT! OLD DAM LONG . THW FOPfUNE HE'S BEEH TAUKIMG ABOUT FOS THE. PAST TET< YEAV?S! IF Vt> SUSPECTED THEOE WAS AHVTHWG TO THKT STOT?*', I'D H/VE HIM f\ HUMORED HE VNOH'T KEtIP IT /HERE cones LEW SMITH^NOW tHET i GOT MOUEY, HC'LL t^ORE THftN LIKELY FALL, ON MY WeCK tneY's A UOT o 1 FOLKS UKE THKT. MUTHIN 1 \WeUL.LEW.I'VE- KV»OWW YOU o since. \we \NAS BOYS, ...» THAT'S THE F\C5T T VOU EV£-> GIVE ME .-, " -t C^ "- %vJ G 1534 tif HtA SCRV1CC. INC. •! M. RtO. y. $, PAT. OFF- ^m -I— •>-•*•* •• *- - -..— -.,. -. .1.1 . ii-j-r-i-i "~ \iiooc-y "COWAW

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