Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1941 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 2, 1941
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^'v^^w ,#w$$&yi * #5rr^ gTHE MORE YOU TELL THE .QUICKER YOU SELL" -if, You cdn tdlk to only one man Wdnt Ads folk to Thousands H «, SILL, RENT; BUY OR SWAP |AlX,VVGrtt Ads cosh in advance. Not taken over the Phone *. H.J »*» 3t woM, minimum IDe »!«•»— 3e wort. minimum 7Se Th«« Hm««—ji/jc word, minimum 30« On» month—18e word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous Insertion* only' For Sale BY BXJYtNG USED FURNI- rf,,lure from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves Sf'Bwte, and many other items all in feood condition with reasonable i ? prices. Also highest prices paid.for furniture. FRANKLIN FURCO, South Elm Street. 9-lmc. IJHULES, CORN, TSC PER BUSHEL Mat crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow jijp.gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington "** Ark. 13-lmp 'SADDLE HORSE, 3 YEARS *,old. Weight 850 pounds. W. G. Wade, Sutton, Ark. 2S-6tp 3tRLS BICYCLE. GOOD CONDIT&i|."ion. ?10 cash.'401 South Walnut, Hope " 26-3tp , NATIONAL GKAFLEX #vSeries 1J 'Bash & Lomb Tessar F- Lens. $60.00 Cash. E. H. Kent, South Elm Street. Phone 545. 26-3tp 1931 .PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN- afcheap for cash. F. A. Merritt. .1001 fe,West 7th St. 28-3tp Real Estate For Sale ) ACRES FORMERLY CLAUD Vann place, now owned by H. E. Bemis |f Price ?600. See FLOYD PORTER|^ FIELD. 24-6tp re' ACRES ONE MILE EAST OF ' Spring Hill on good groveled road. %mile off Lewisville Highway 29 , and Vfz miles from school. Good house, well of water, fine community, good spring, plenty of wood. Gas and electricity available. See L. L. Sandridge, Spring Hill, Arkansas. Address Hope, Route 1. V , 26-6tp |25 ACRES AND 4 ROOM HOUSE. 10 * mfles out on Washington Highway j^ at Cross roads. Write Mrs. F. R ;,,' Smeltzer, Prescott, Ark. 29-3tp ISANDWICH SHOP. GOOD LOCA- r bin on South Main Street. Call at ' Sn ? ck sh °P for Information. 29-3tp Sewing OR PLAIN OR FANCY SEWING &•" Call Mrs: C. C, Hollman, Phone 529J |. J -722 North Mai-;. 28-3*e For Sole Miscl. For Rent ONE-ROOM FURNISHED APART- nient. Utilities furnished. No children. Mrs. M. L. Howard. Washington, Ark. 25-3tc BEDROOM, ADJOINING BATH. Gentlemen perferred. Best to call after 6 p. m. 109 North Washington- ' 26-3tp ONE ADULT WHEEL CHAIR. MRS. E. J. Baker. Phone 212. 26-3tc LARGE ROOM WITH TWO BEDS. For two, three, or four gentlemen! 523 South Elm. 2G-3( P TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS. ?19 each per month. Two miles! from Hope on Spring Hill Road. W. H. Bryant. 26 -3tp 4 ROOM HOUSE. JUST OUTSIDE city,, limits. Couple. S30.00 per month. Just off old Fulton 67 highway. Mrs. Susie Price. • 26-3tp THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Light cooking. Apply Friday after 6 p. m., Saturday afternoon and Sunday. 706 West 4th. 28-3tc MODERN UNFURNISHED 6-ROOM house. Phone 364 or 607. Lillie Middlebrooks. 28-3tc TWO ROOM.FURNISHED APART- ment, 4% miles from Shover Springs Electricity. Mrs. J. B. Beckworth. . 28-3tp 6f Hop* Star 4a?»i ! 8 ": Pr«» »W7, doted January 18, 1929. tS? 6r % .weeKSSay after noon by ,„ ., Stpr Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex H. Wdshbum) of the Star building 212-2 U SouthTWalrtit street, Hope, Ark. AUX. H cond matter /Mt!Ai f> \ P . ) ~ M8 ? r ' s Associated Press 'NEA'—Means Newspaper Entarprlse Ass'n tort Rate (Always Payable In <=;. By city carrier, per week I 5c; .-...^..eacl, Nevada, Howard, Miller onci the7e et & 5C 0 OUnt ' eS ' «- 5 ° pef V™> ^ Member ol The Associated Preu- Th£ Associated Press Is exclusively enWIedI to f °- plbl . icat , i ? n of al1 ncws d| s- to " ° r rot otherwise 1 " °' SO th NoHonol t.r?rk B tsrick Bu fw fl Advertising Representative-^ ]?f' ! Memphis, Tenn., Chicago, 400 Nortii Avnue i New York City, 507 A l' e J ue A, Detroit, Mich., 2«2 W d "' 6klQhom ° City, 4\4 TeVmlno '•?«,' ^'li '?"?*?*• £f *-' Charge will be for all tnbutes, cards of thanks, ions, or memorials, concerning the omrnerdal newspapers hold to K-" 1 .-/ in the news columns to pro"V'-JL r read ers from a deluge of SDOCP akir* memorials. The Star drsclalms ^«" pons.bility for th. safe-keeping o return o^ onv unsolicited manusa-ipts Notice 'OSTED.' I ! NO HUNTING ALLOW- ed on our premises. Keep out Byod Bros. Emmet, Ark. December 1, 8, 15, 22 Room and Board BEDROOM AND BREAKFAST FOR working couple or two men. 1101 W. 7th St. Phone 73. 2-3tdhw Wanted TWO-STORY HOUSE NEAR OLD Fulton ' highway. Well water. Pasture. Also bedroom for men. Phone ? 31 - , 29-3tc FRONT BEDROOM, INNER-SPRING Mattress. Men only. 601 West Main. Prescott, Arkansas, Phone 451 l-2tp BEDROOM TO MEN ONLY. APPLY after 2 p. m. at 210 N. Main. 2-3tc Wanted to Buy STRAIGHT COON DOG. 3 OR 5 years old. Prefer female. Give particulars in answering as to dog and price. Write Box 332, Gladewater, Texas. 2G-6tp Salesman Wonted REGISTERED POINTER PUPS from V Muscle Shoals Jake breeding. Also Jt-two half grown setter pups. Bostons |8nd Cockers. Padgitts Kennels. "' ; : 20-lmp Trailers For Sale MY NEW & USED HOUSE {.Trailers. American Stage Coaches \and Roy Crafts. Prices from 5200 up, Easy terms. See Thelma Stevens Darwin's Trailer Camp, Highway 4 north, Hope, Phone 22F-2. 6-30tp INOW ON DISPLAY - FULL LINE a'; Levera> Bros - -'railer Coaches. Call %-^while we havs several models to .' select from. Lvick's-Tourist Court. 21-tfc Furniture For Sole ? IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS Amoved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see -us- 21-30tc Refrigeration jfSEFRIGERATIQN SERVICE - WE •»' repair anything Electrical, Wiring, ""'—otors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 2 Main. Phone 144. 10-Xm-c WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY S35.00 per week, man or woman with auto sell-Eureka Poultry Mixture to Farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, 111. Lost BI-FOCAL RIMLESS GLASSES. IN old case. Reward. J. L. Green. 29-3tc 21 JEWELL HAMILTON, SIZE 16. Reward for return to J. W. Perkins 228 N. Hervey. l_3t p Personal MADAM VERA — NOTED MEDIUM and Advisor. Gives definite and reliable advise on all affairs of Jife, love, marriage, busniess, investments, wills, deeds, and changesl Tells you if you will marry the one you love. Give names, dates, facts and figures. Consult me today. Special reading daily 50c. 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Studio located in Trailer at LUCK'S TOURIST COURT on Highway 67 West. i_etp Male Help Wanted IF YOU WANT THE EXCLUSIVE dealership for famous Watkins products in Hope, have splendid opportunity for right party; car and experience unnecessary. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 70-84 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 1-ltp NEW OR RENEWAL OF SUBSCRIpI tions to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson at City Hal] '_ 2-14tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. The couple will have 10 grandchildren: three to one twin, one each to three other twins, two to one triplet, one to another triplet and one to the other child. 2. There are 33 ciphers in one decillion. There would be 31 ciphers if 22 million were added as figure "22" would take place of two of the ciphers. 3. At 80 cents a half-ounce, or ?25.GO a pound, an 18-pound package- from Natal to Dakar would cost 5460.80. 4. Weekly output from both wells is 525 barrels. Old well pumps 25 barrels a day, or 175 a week; new one pumps 50 a dav or 350 a week. Cherokee Tradition A well-established tradition among the Cherokee Indians of North Carolina is that De Soto came through the Sniokey Mountains on his way to the west. Legal Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Earl Cooley to the United States on the 17 day o April, 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said Ear Cooley having waived all rights o appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the laws o the State of Arkansas, will on the i day of December, 1941 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Joe Kidd, in the County of Hempstead State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash the following described property, towit: 1 brown mare mule, Gin, 1000 lb., 13; 1 brown mare mule, Jude 1050 lb., 12; 1 brown muley Jersey cow Brownie, 700 lb., 7; 1 white heifer calf 250 lb., 1; 1 wagon; 2 sets of harness^ 1 pressure cooker; 1 turning plow Witness my hand this the 2 day c" December, 1941, United States of America, By W. M. Sparks, County Supervisor. OUR BOARDING HOUSE IS MY LAST WAR^iNS, PLE/^-X WfXHTTWE *6O X PUT \K VOUR P1PE- DRErXM IKN&HTIOK THIS IV\\NUTE» < ^' PLUS ^35 INTTERH.gr AND LrXVJVER'e GET W PINNHR SHOV&C TWROU6K A gfcRRED POOR/ with ... Major Hoople .HQNM EXCITING/DOt GAT^HR FROM NOUR , HH6TERICAL KOhAKlt^G •**v PSHAW /"**^ HERE'S A*IOO BILLv^-VOL) MAV KEEP THE *E CHANGE.AND BUY m VQUR-5ELT 1 A PACKAGE WE'LL BE „• LATE FOR , THAT . GlNi-RUMNW 1 DATE WITH THE X • rtSt ••. 7y.' '& ^ ?Nl . \ v r Y WASH TUBBS More Than Fair Itfe TRUE. VofrijE STAYED HOME AFTER NUSHT WHILE I'VE BBEM OUT LOOKIU' F£R EXCITE- IT& NOT FAIR TO By Roy Crone OH,HOW W6WOERFUL'. BUT WAIT! I HAVE BETTER IDEA! WHy MOT COMPROMISE? W... MOT TAKE TUfcM ABOUT AVJO COME HOME j - R V OTHER NlSHT?x-"~^-7<: THAT'S > FA1R //1 POPEYE Everything in Shipshape Order AM' SELFISH. AM , ,. OW IfA COMIM HOME BY NBA SCIlVICE^mC.T. M. BCO U S PAT, Of'r, Thimble Theater •mis NO! NO! NO! ADMIRALS DO MOT ADMIRAL/HAH! MER ADMIRAL POPEVE, KMOCk BUTLER'S THROUGH MU-ST PUTCHA WE ARE AKI ADMIRAL BACK UfMERE THAT \<=, A •SOCIAL. ERl A HARD TIME LIVIM 1 UP TO IT DONALD DUCK The Patient is Revived! By Walt Disney •C HOWS' HE DOIN, UNCA DONALD? ', FELLAS, LOOK! WE Fopeeoi' UMCA, < DONALD! M TM..BRR..: THINK HE'S GETTIN , FOYS ! SHUT THE POOR AND COME BACK APOUT FOUR O'CLOCK! BLONDIE Lost Motion! By Chic Young LIFT YOUR z FOOT PLEASE, •-, PEAR NOW LIFT VOUR OTHER FOOT I'M THRU VOU CAW PUT THEM POWW <* MOW TMANIK VOU , /. J,^ YOU'RE '." WELCOME x > A -, >„ , mi kmi. AMUM Syiulicjic Inc W.»U rn I BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Hmm-n! By Edgar Martin »~ . , 1MI BY NEA SEKVICMNC. T. M. REO. U. 8. P*T. OFF. RED RYDER Sinister Plans RYDS.R., CAN'T FOLLOW ur THROUGH By Fred harm an ALLEY OOP . 3UT OOP, YOU CAM'T HOPg TO BEST WOPPO THE HE MAW'S MAD fil rr sEEIWG AS HOWHE^ . -, , .-^" tfiOP?. 1^41 BY HKA SF.RV1CE. WC. Just Before the Battle FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 8y V, T, Homlin -- ; ----- r— . Millie Demonstrates BE THIS UWARMORED BUMPKIM'S SHOULDA 1 MISSIOM? SURELV HE BROUGHT A CAU J CANl'T BE COMSIDERlSc, CHAULEWGIMG ME TO T.JI. REO. U.'8. PAT. OFF So YOU'RE , OUT , EH ? WELL , i WOULDN'T A euy WHO DON'T' TAKE MV WORD FOR THINGS / Ci. BUT BEFORtT X GO, I'M GONNA TURN THIS JOINT UPSIDE-DOWN f you AIW PUTTIN 1 YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD ' THAT'S WHAT YOU THWK

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