Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1941 · Page 4
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^ /v-^? --"v . ;u* H -* v-.'W, • *• Jt MOftE YOU TfLL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" You can talk to only on« mon Want Ads folk to Thousands SILL, RENT, IUY OR SWAP Went Ads cash In advahc6. Not taken ov<*r the P hon« • »•* it wM, «iAiNMM sot Hum "it w»rd, minimum 73e t(, minimum M4 OiU mortth—1»ewo*d,mthlmMmjl} ( 6 *&&£* for contlhuoui lftrtr»lw* only Sol* »i IY BUYING USED Ftmm. feff6m usl Chairt, Tables, Stoves, JMOg, tod niany other items all in condition with reasonable Also highest prices paid for furniture. FRAttKLIN FUR- RITtTRE CO., South Elrt Street ? J ' 9-lmc. CORN, 75c PER BUSHEL Pc*Jbr Mow tools, all kinds. Plow r '"" S A. N. Stroud, Washington, CHEVROLET MASTER DELUXE mfce-^New brakes, battery. Good ^condition. Douglas Frew, Cost Accts e, Proving Grounds. 5-3tp •GHMSTMAS TREES have arrived |afi*e your choice early — Trees are fall mounted. Mont's Seed Store. 5-6tp ;fSEttyiCE 'STATION. GOOD LOCA- j§uon with established gallonage ifReasonable rent. See C. W Tarpley ?S ~'F. R. Johnson. 8-3tc sol Estate For Sole ACRES 5 MILES FROM HOPE the Columbus highway. 160 acres i^open, about 50 acres Bermuda and |Clover pasture and meadow. 80 gicres in creek bottom, sub irrigated, yerjr fertile. Two 3-room and one room (house, two barns, also two ep wells. Creek never dry. Ideal ck farm. Will divide into two |Janns if desired. Price ?2500 per |acre. ..Possession January 1st. If rsold by December 15th. Call or c - S. Lowthorp, Sweet , Arkansas, Telephone 2-3821. ..HOME FOR SALE. LOCATED !£««• v 723 South Elm St on ' Iot 135 by «I?,wf£ 158 ft - Two a" 3 one h al* story, brick s*i.«i5y.««,o er> „}„£. rooms completed, two is, three unfinished rooms on d floor. Also garage. Bargain ^jpnue. Call or write, C S Lowthorp, WigSweet Home, Arkansas, Telephone "" "21- 8-3tp For Sole Miscl. f^PADGITTS PEDIGREED PUPPIES *or,^Presents. Will hold for Chnst- >»£ l! " s / dell ' ver y i* desired Cockers, Bostons, Chows and Pointers. *$ Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmp ^BEAUTIFUL XMAS GIFT—DOUBLE '^matched genuine Red Fox Furs >>Cost $139.50, will sacrifice for halt fpjrice J69.75. Phone 364, 1004 South Main. 9-6tp Trailers For Sole •;1%EB MY NEW & USED HOUSE *£|,Trailers. American Stage Coaches A'aid Hoy Crafts. Prices from 5200 up, ,. ij-%Easy terms. See Thelma Stevens, «f;DBnwm's Trailer Camp, Highway 4 *orO*t Hope, Phone 22F-2. 6-30tp |lfOW ON DISPLAY — FULL LINE ;0 Levers' Bros. Trailer Coaches Call fjWhile we havs several models to |select froin, Luck's Tourist Court. " For Rent -'j BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH -Wi Two blocks from business district . |. Fop one or tw 0 gentlemen. Phone ^696 after 6 p. m. 5-3tc -rlpQE BEDROOMS' FOR TWO GEN- ,yplemen. Reasonable. 912 West 7th ROOM AND ONE COTTAGE light housekeeping. Just outside £ pity on Old Highway 67, Utilities Mrs. J, E, Schooley, Phone W. 9-3tc Furniture For Sole IDEAL FURNITURE STORfi HAS moved next door to Sai nger Theater for better prices oh furhiture set «* 21-30tc Member of The AMOcloUd ttttf. Th<5 Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the uso for republication of all news dis- Pf'ches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local n«ws published herein. Wanted to Buy HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S and boy* suits. R. M. Patterson. l-l5tc CASH; PAID; FOR HOME MADE qUilts and slightly used 6 ft. Gas or electric refrigerator. Mrs. Tom Carrel. Phone 164. 6-3tc Lost BLACK COCKER SPANIEL PUPPY. Three months old. Reward for return to Mrs. C. R. Eatchil, 313 South Spruce. 5,et 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. s-etp BffiLFOLD WITH FOUR ?10 BILLS. Masonic card and other identification receipts. Reward. C. L. Morgan, 515 N. ; Hervey St. Hope. 9-3tp Personol 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 8 _ 6t p offr .. \ntt , - f *, , waihfcurnj Star bulWlng, 212-2H SoutH Walnut Wrest, Hop«, Atk. AIM. H.^ASHIUKNNdlMr'1^ I .Si 1 ?/, 6 !! °jf? tom * ?'?" "wrt" ,° f N» .ncA. (NEA1 .- Associated Press •leans Newspaper I5nterprlse Ass'n SubJcrlpHon Roto ,'Always Payable In Advance) By city carrier, per week ISe, Hempjfead, Nevada, Howard, MllleY an<5 Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $650 National Advertising fcepr«»«n»atlve— Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn, SJfr£k Building, Chicago, ^OV North Michigan Avnue New York City, 507 Fifth. Avenue. 6etroit, Mich, 2842 W 1 '' ° klanoma c "y- •*'•« Termlno Charots on Tributes, Ite.: Choroe will be mode for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions or memorials, concerting the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to s . R? 1 '^ '" the news columns to pro- iJ. nelr -readers from a deluge of space- nnm^iliK, 6 ") 0 ' 10 ^ The , S , tar disclaims responsibility for th* safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts dies' rnan; shack man is a married soldier. 4. Glamor boy is a draftee, zotnbie is a dumb soldier, gravel agitator is a foot soldier. 5; -. Cross-bar hotel is the guardhouse; slum burner is the chef; windjammer is the bugler. The first secretary of agriculture was Jeremiah McLain Rusk, who served under President Harrison from 1889 to 1893. Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL OF SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson at City Hall. 2-14tc Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything .Electrical, Wiring motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Notice I HAVE OPENED PLUMBING SHOP in town. All business appreciated. AJ1 work guaranteed. C. L. Roberts Phone 343. 6-6tp Notice POSTED! !! NO HUNTING ALLOW- ed on'our premises. Keep out Byod Bros. Emmet, Ark. December 1, 8, 15, 22 EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 10 ! ! ! ! ! Sweet Milk, qt. 15c Sweet milk, Pt. _____ 8c Butter milk, Qt. 10c Cream, Vi Pt, . 20c Hope Creamery and Dairy, Phone 938. g-3tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Bubble dancing is dishwashing; blind flying refers to going on a blind date. 2. Armored cow is canned milk; Chicago atotmizer is an automatic rifle; motorized freckles are mos- quitos or other bothersome insects. 3. Flying boxcar is a big bombing plane; night bomber is a la- WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas IRON WORKERS LOCAL UNION 591 of Shreveport, La., holds its official meeting at 7:30 o'clock every Thursday night in banquet room of Hotel Barlow, Hope, Ark. H. H. PHILLIPS, B.A. & F.S.T. DRS. GHAS. A. & ETTA E. ! CHAMPLIN Osteopathic Physicians HOPE, ARKANSAS 404 South 1 Elm Str Telephone 459 Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed, Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut WANT A CHRISTMAS PIANO? This Model $365 cosh or terms; $36.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Drop us a card for Catalogs and full information. Quality makes by STEINWAY, HADDORFF, CABLE, WURLITZER. Used Pianos, $75 up. Tenns 200 E. Broad Texarkana, Ark. OUR BOARDING HOUSE £*" ~ with ... Major Hoople CM, BURY ly\H OUT IT LOOKS LIKE PINKY FOSTER'S WESTERN PO BUT z. WITH It REWARD MQK5EV WE SOT FOR, CAPTURES MUST WE'RIE; ^N m S;T ~^^^ j*-^' UAs-14^/ BALIVAV f YAS U/VHA/ MY WQPsD/THK *3 PROFIT FROM fs\V ^PPE AMD Lt;.M^DER "SOBS UP VVITM A ' 6URELV z •:^\1 /// " ra t?'^j 0,-f.wy, WASH TUilS Going Down ^r.soui.__. *y SEE sou ;mj66 StUFF AUUTH6 tlM6 | KMOWl BUT. WHEW MJlf«?6 PlAMTtM& £ & *«^*-;ri»tf^ By Rdy Crone f*"V J - _ •'*'•' "-''nt --.-iiujitiilfliihi . 14-9 POPEYE L'i-!>> corn. im By fleA senvlce.' IKO. T. M. ncc. u,j OKAV, LE'S.FEfeETTHE- EXAMlMfkWATlOW F6t5 *tH6 5PIMACH6VA WAW, ALL LUORRV ABOUT THEA& ,—ET5 .POP6WE, »k, It's an III Wind— HOU) OLD DO I HAPTA j T > • •-. • ABOLrr S1X.TEEM MEARS ' \ OJ.DER OH.THA'S U)E AS A "MUSIC" A BU&LERJ Thimble Theater A-SLEEP— BLOUJ REVEILLE FOR HE A-SKED R \T! r OKAV, &ET OKJ X & BOARD THE SHIP-) *" HER ABU6H.EBOV { IM'A ePlMACHOVA ' N AW 'AT I WAM^x DONALD DUCK Corf. Wl. King Fcn>[tei Syntticaif, Inc.. WwKJ d^ The Only Pebble Off the Beach )S 12-9 By Wolf Disney o BLONDIE A Mechanized Unit Retreats! I SOUGHT A PRESENT) TSETf FORALEXANPER/ •*•*' > SOFA-I'LL PUT WHERE CAN I MIPS J ( ITAWAV IN THE rr PROM HIM -^ ^ UNTIL CHRISTMAS 7 CLDSEIAFTEI? SUPPER 155-9 OH, GOO&te! A TANK fh^^, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ^fax^- By Chic Young o TWAWK ) •M3U, < x-ix« ulrK. .**• ^ack Stage "o\\ , 6OOO I/a-9 • By Edgar Martin HMO ' oosyc ao ' XO' VO^CX \_K WO' O^ 1 RED RYDER OE VIHAT ARE TtJU GDING_TOT30 \-0\TH DIG A GRAVE/ Speaking of Efficiency r lf?ST WE'RE '5ING TO •DIG- -~ - - FOR. THE GOUT> 1 ^jRjETi IN PARADISE BEFORE. THE LAVO QDOPH.-D HE UP FOR. tEN THARS .' y^ ^Si^5^ ALLEY OOP 21 ^s By Fred Harman I "lou 1 N m von. HIT THE tRwu.— '"""" VJEAE. PUT R.YDE.R. iE. HOU£ NVJE. C3OTTA •#' x ^ ^.i HAVWG MANEUVERED f CoSK^ED J'LL ^T ^V HIS ADVEPSARV DEEP I EMD TO THIS SIUUV FO^ IS^I^PI'I^. LA«^?^M^I/ I IMG> TROOPS, ALLEV OOP TLJRMS TO PQ BATTUE WITH TWS FEEOCIOUS ICOKJ- CLAP HEKJCHMAts) OF KIMG aoHNJ A Slight Miscalculation T. M."REO. a S. PAT.. r.. ^ eopa. 1941 BY nt«: SERVICE. INC. • VJELL,WOPPO...V'PUT AM ^.^^ . _ ..; ALL RIGHT...BUT WASM'T VOU VCINJDA MIXED UP AS TO 1 WHO WAS TK FOX AM' WHO ByV.T, Hamlin r^l ^Sl^M^sfc IS TH 1 GOOSE? /.», FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Introducing — In This Corner YOU SAY JOF HAD TWO BLACK EYES ? HQW'D H£ SET 'EM? i DUNNO / MAVBF IT WAS BECAUSE HE SAID HE WAS MH-UE MCCOY'S SON GEE) ITS _.. LONESOME- OUT HER? I NOT MAW/ HOUSES / 1 QuesS A euy COULD HOLLER HIS HEAD OFF AN' NO&OOyo HEAR HIM / I GUESS YOU'RE- /- RK3HT / BUT SAV- / THATS •-- YOU SEEM TO / RIGHT-KNOW ALL ABOUT/ VQU ME AND I'VE" / HAV/EWT ' NEVER SEEM , / pxoXc MP' V(-,ii RPPOCR / ( EXCUSE MF BEFORE/ ^ FOR Nor INTRODUCIN' By Merrill Blosser I NAME is Me COY—MET REAL MCCOY/ E

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