Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 5, 1941 · Page 2
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Y0U f£LL TH6 QUICkEft'YOU SELL" Ycu Con tdlk to only one man Want A«te felk te Theusandi SILL, HINT, BUY OR SWAP Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone w»fd, Minimum I0« 7S« Thr*«tlm«—sy-je word, minimum Me On, wonrh—l«c word, NiWImum SiJt Rat«i am for continuous ms«r»toM Fdr Solt itre BY BtrsoNG USED FURNI" from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, and many other Items all in _ cohditifih with reasonable <tt& .Also highest prices paid fbf .furnittife. tfRAtfKL&T FUH- CO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. COR&, 75c PER BUSHEL at-crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow mv S?e A. N. Stroud, Washington, ' 13-lmp WHENCE OIL COOK RANGE , one year. Excellent condition, need 570. Terms if desired. Mrs. ' SchooJey. 38-F-ll. Old north ,3-3tc g _J CHEVROLET MASTER DELUXE IC6upe--New brakes, battery. Good fcondition. Douglas Frew, Cost Accts. |Office, Proving Grounds. 5-3tp IJtHRISTMAS TREES have arrived. "~ifce your choice early — Trees are i inounted. Mont's Seed Store. 5-6tp For Sole Miscl. JADG3TTS PEDIGREED PUPPIES Ifor Presents. Will hold for Christmas delivery if desired. Cockers, is, .Chows and Pointers. Padgitts Kennels. r 20-lmp POLICE PUPPIES. 1201 'S. Street. 4-3tp Trailers For Sole MY NEW & USED HOUSE ilers. American Stage Coaches and Roy Crafts. Prices from $200 up, asy terms. See Thelma Stevens, in's Trailer Camp, Highway 4 , Hope, Phbne 22F-2. 6-30tp ON DISPLAY - FULL LINE rs' Bros. Trailer Coaches. Call while we have several models to from. Luck's Tourist Court. 21-tfc For Rent ROOMS — UNFURNISHED, private entrances. 604 South Hamil" 3-3tp v ! ROOM FURNISHED FOR LGHT housekeeping. Utility bills paid. Old ~~ ""Hope. Mrs. J. E. Schooley 3-3tc 7SHED APARTMENT. Kty limits. Mrs. R. M. "PKone 38 F12 4-3tc -t~ , LARGE BEDROOM. CON- Jjrenient to bath. For gentlemen or |«puple. No children. 322 S. Shover. one 825. 4-3tc DNT BEDROOM. WILL SHARE pcitghen. Close in. 518 West Division. 4-3tp „ ONE ROOM APART- |ment, See C. E. Whitten, Old Fulton ii'ghway, inside city. , 4-3tp DROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH, blocks from busmess district. '« one or two gentlemen. Phone |<j96 M after 6 p. m. 5-3tc Wonted to Buy HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S " boyi suits. R. M. Patterson. l-15tc Furniture For Sole _ FURNITURE STORE HAS _yed next door to Saenger Theater r better prices on furniture see KIM. 21-30tc JTQ-ROOM APARTMENT, AD- jpining bath. 8 miles East on Higli- * ay 4. See W. A. Sanf ord or phone 3-3tp Salesman Wonted WILL PAY STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week, man or woman with auto sell Eureka Poultry Mixture to Farmers. Eureka Mfg. Co. East St. Louis, 111. SEVERAL MEN WITH CARS FREE to travel with a crew to sell the weekly Kansas City Star. Steady pleasant work. If interested write Ira C. Pace. General Delivery, Prescott, Ark. 3-4tp Lost 21 JEWELL HAMILTON, SIZE 16. Reward for return to J. W. Perkins, 228 N. Hervey. l_3t p ONE RED MARE MULE, WEIGHT around 900 Ibs. Notify Byron Eubanks, Hope Rt. 2. 3-3tp BLACK COCKER SPANIEL PUPPY. Three months old. Reward for return to Mrs. C. R. Eatchil, 313 South Spruce. 5_3 tc A STRAWBERRY ROAN, BLAZE- face horse, weight 1150. Strayed three weeks ago. Last heard of between Blevins and Prescott. Reward. See R. W. McCormack, Blevins, Ark., Rt. 1. 5-6tp Personal MADAM VERA — NOTED MEDIUM and Advisor. Gives definite and reliable advise on all affairs of life, loVe, marriage, busniess, investments, wills, deeds, and changes. 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. !. 6tp (C. C. Pdlrrier arid Alex H. Wdshbufflj at the Star bulldina, 212-214 South Wolnuf Street, Hope, Ark. .,._ M Cjt. PAIMIH, ProUUnt *">. N. WAJHBURH, Mlt6f AM PMIMM* „ ? second class ma»«f af fh« Postofflce crt Hop*. Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. ,.,,..< A fJ—Means Associated Press (NEA1--Metins Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subierlpften Rait {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week t5c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller art<} Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere 56,50. Member 6f Th« Assoelattd PreM: TM Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all j-iews dispatches credited to It or hot otherwise credited In this paper ond also the local news published herein. . -i. nov»— rkoMft* Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn, l Building; Chicago, 400 North an Avnue; New York City, S07 Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Blag. *'*•' Char 9 e wl11 be »«h.,i a nufes - 1cortl * o» thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concernlnq the terted- Commerdicil newspapers hold to F» 1 !?' 'n the news columns to pro- neir readers from o deluge of space- ..menjorials. The Star disclaims res- ibility for th» safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Barbs Wonder where gossips would stand if there wasn't any middle of the sidewalk. Figures show 121,000 now out of work in France. And the rest of the population probably winder what they're working for. Taxes have put real meaning into tile old .expression, "You can't take it kith you." A rich girl quite often pays the charges when a poor man expresses his love to her. The careless driver and the thoughtless pedestrian would think the same of each other—if eithe rever stopped to think. I A naval commission from the Continental Congress to Captain Samuel Nichols of the Marines, dated Nov. 28, 1775, was the first issued to any naval officer during the Revolution. Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL OF SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson at City Hall. 2-14tc Mole Help Wanted TWO MEN WANTED AT ONCE Large, well known feed company must appoint two men for good paying work where this newspaper is circulated. Render service and do other work. Farm experience or arly kind of sales experience helpful. Must have car. Pleasant, permanent work. Send only name and address. Write Box 98, Hope, Ark. 3-ltp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service.' 112 Main. Phone 144. I0-lm-c Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. John Gunther's latest book, "Inside Latin America" follows "Inside Europe" and "Insjde Asia," _ 2. William L. Shirer, longtime newspaperman in Germany, has a best seller in "Berlin Diary." 3. "Reveille in Washington" by Margaret Leech is about Civil War days in the capital. 4. A. J. Cronin, author of "The Citadel," now has "The Keys of .the Kingdom" in the best seller lists. 5. Willa Gather's "Sapphira and the Flame Girl" and Jan Struther's "Mrs. Miniver." -—•- * «*i Most of the Christmas socks will be riung on father's chin! Lcgol Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by W. T. Taylor to the United States on the 9 day of April, 1940, 16 day of July, 1940 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said W. T. Taylor having waived all rights of 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 of the State of Arkansas, will on the 9 day of December, 1941 at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of said date, at W. T, Taylor, in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the .highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, 'to-wit: I horse, spotted, Dan, 900 lb., 7; 1 bay mare, Maud, 850 lb., 7; 1 black mule, Nig, 600 lb., 3; 1 sorrell horse, Prince,' 1000 lb., 8; 1 yellow Jersey cow, Full "Bucket, 600 lb.; 1 yellow Jersey cow, Foster, 500 lb., 2; 1 yellow Jersey cow, Jersey, 000 lb., 2; 3 calves; 1 cultivator; 1 Ga. Stock; 1 Go-Devil; 1 turning plow; 1 pressure cooker; 1 section harrow; 1 wagon. Witness my hand this the 4 day of December, 1941, United States of America, By W. M. Sparks, County Supervisor. DRS. CHAS. A. & ETTA E. CHAMPLIN Osteopathic Physicians i^| HOPE, ARKANSAS 404 South Elm St. Telephone 459 Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut OUR BOARDING HOUSE ,.. Major ', UISJCUE" " SAY, DO YOO THINK T EVER COULD CORRAL^ ENOUSH DOUGH TO BUY PINKY FOSTER'S ? AH THERE, MAN QFTHH MOMHMT/^-HERE'S A NICKEL. F NDUlU JUST EMPTV INTP THAT RUBBieH BARREU MV l-AD/ A NIC-KEL HERB iM A j AND A /V\A^4 O£ MEANS ONP HIS LAST NICKEL PUT HE nr= WASMTUBIS ly Roy Cront Quiek Aeti WA& L»TBWIN<Si AT fHl . *Asy «EE WHO ARRIVE Thimble Theater POP&4E.UJHEK1 DUE HAVE OUR NAW IM SPINACHOVA. UUE SHOULD HAVE MARIK1E CORPS WES, INDEED^] OKAV,' LUIMPV, VA KIN BE THE TO ENLI-SK ASA PRIVATE OH, UJIMPV sou WILL BE A CORPORAL LIEUTENANT, EH? IWIMPV, I HEAR WOU ARE") ' WHO MADE VA' A tiEMERAL? AUMT JONES, DO ^^DLI THINK VOU'LLJ =0" & PROUD TO SHOOK **& HAMDS UUITH A CORPORAL IN THE A CAPTAIN IKi DOUBTLESS -( GENERAL r/THAWK OVIAM MARINES!, MAJOR " DONALD DUCK ItMusta Been Something He Et! By Walt Disney BLONDIE Is There a Veterinarian in the Audience? By Chic Young WHO TOOK MV SANOWICM 1 t SET IT RIGHT MERE WHILE I AWSWEREPTME POORBELL. / DONTUOOKATUS/ WE PIPM'T TAKE IT I PIPN'T TAKE KNOW PAISV PIPNTTAKE IT Coiir H«l'. Kro/FcMimi SyVdicYc? fnc", WuiU'ri(1iu iU-rvAi -\ *•?< BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin 60 ». I OOKi'T RED RYDER In a Dangerous Spot By Fred Harmon LITTLE B 1HE G|R|_ OR. 6ILU--- EVEM A BREATH OF AIR ALLEY OOP Self-Confidence By V. T. Hamlin SLAP ME OFF GUARD .WILL VOU . VOU r BUMPKIN f HERE'S/ VIPP^E/ LOOKIT oror^- I'uf- RUN - 7'IM COME/ BY GOSH, YOU THROUGH LIKE A NICE RED APPLE/ WHEW.'THAT WAS TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT... THIS WOPPO BOVfe GOT PLENTV ON THE BALL/ NOW'S ABCXJT TH' TIME.T START COOklN" WITH STRATEGY TH' UGLV LUG JUST MU3HT OO IT AT THAT... IF I AIN'T CAREFUL. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Lord's Willing gy Merrill WELL . ITS ALI- OVER / THANKS , JOE --- MAYBB I CAN DO SOMeTHIMQ YOU SOME SM-H-H/OOfWE OUTSIDE AND LET ME TfcLL YOU HOW "I DESTROYED YOUR. DAD'S ' ROMAMCE BORING WITHIN / AND Joe- ISN'T MILLIE'S SON AT ALL• HE WAS JUST UNREASONABLE FACSIMILE / OH. LARDIE, IT WAS A SMOOTH IDEA / COULD KISS you FOR. THAT/ WE-LL, I'LL TRY TO MAKB ir AS EASY FOR you AS POSSIBLE / WMAT ARE" YOU DOIMG

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