Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 11, 1941 · Page 6
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f •*,•> ' \ * " V Y0u can talk to'only ane rhori , W^rit Ads talk to Thousdndi YOU SELL" ,.^ ., '• .*< PALMER, Pr««irf«nt At«. H. WAJHBURN, Cdlto* *nd Publhll*, SELL, RENT, SUY OR Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone fhr«« tlmt»—Jyie word, minimum Joe 'Oil* month—;1«t word, minimum S2.TO t' Htnt*—& word, mlnftrtuiS Aot«is aw for.eontiriuous lns«r*ian« only For Sail t BUYING USED FURN1- 1,'from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, '"' 'ted many other items all' in ~-;-'i condition with reasonable ices." Also highest prices paid for 'Ifefutniture. FRANKLIN FUR- IMJSE'CO., South Elm Street ,,CORN, 75c PER BUSHEL 3b.,,Plow tools, all kinds. Plow eft See A. N^Stroud, Washington, ' '" , 13-lmp IAS TREES have arrived. ! your choice^ early — Trees are Mont's Seed Store. 5-fitp STATION.. GOOD LOCA" established gallonage. ble rent. See C. W, Tarpley.-. Johnson. , • 8-3tc • TOURING CAR. CUR- s'i£and v good rubber. Motor in ^shape. Cheap for cash. Will 3e.';,lSee Pete Shields at B&B SfOcery.,- ll-3tp For Rent NICE BEDROOMS FOR TWO GEN tlemeh. Seasonable. 912 West 7th 8-3tp ONE ROOM AND ONE COTTAGE for light housekeeping. Just outside cjlv on..Old Highway. 67. Utilities paid. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, Phone 38-F-l-l. 9-3tc DESIRABLE BEDROOM FOR MEN Convenient to bath. Garage for car. Call 31W5 , : 10-3tp LARGE BEDROM FOR MEN NEXT to bath. Reasonable. 621 Pond St. . Call 708-J. 10-3tp 2 FURNISHED APARTMENTS. CALL Mrs. J. B. Ellen Sr. '2-F-2. ll-3tp DESIRABLE BED ROOM FOR MEN convenient to bath. \Garage for car 'Call 31-W-5. ll-3tp Estate For Sale |good* house on good road, sandy "and.- Price S25.00 per acre. INGRES THREE MILES FROM )'on good road, all in fine gj-w,' no house. Price $30 per jpcre.'. Can'give possession January Btw?' PORTERFIELD" ll-6tc .-BY 142 FEET TERRACF Ijot,; located in the twelfth block |on'- t Sputb.' 1 Main street, with a five pm"h6use. WiH sell on good terms give possession at once. With all.expense for repairs you will t , ^ buying a home. See, FLOYD |F<pRTERFIELD. ,ll-3tc MjkCRES SEC MILES FROM TOWN. • general farming, with fine . ^ v and running water, about [(fiacres open, balance in timber. p3,9od^road through the farm. Four k-joonT house, sleeping porch, fine wellfof water, large stock and hay arn 1 ., > Under a good wire fence. n Seciric and school bus lines near. IFw^guick sale will take 52500.00. H$L'CRES, FOUR MILES FROM * Jjvn^]nyp houses, barn, potato house, ""~"g,! branch, fine pasture. A fine ipaUon farm for crops and cat" "ce. $25.00 per acre. '" MILES FROM TOWN, ONE FURNISHED ROOM WITH bath. Phone 447. ' , ll-3tp of pe Star 1899; Press (9i7, Conjoll- January 18, 1929. f*ubllsh»d«wry v/eet&Say titter noon by Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Ale* H.. Wsshbum) it the Star building, it2-2H South Walnut street, Hope, Arty . ail-second class Widtter at th* Postofftce at Hope, Arkansas,, under the Act of March 3, 1897. »..,i (API—Means Associated Press (NEA)-—Meoris Newspaper 5nterprjse Ass'n Subscript* ftdU ('Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week I5c Hernpstedd, .Nevada; 'M6ward, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3:50 per year; else where $6.50. , Member of The Associated PreMj The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcdtlort of all hews dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising fedpresentcitlve-» Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn. Sferick Building,- Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue: New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grond Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4 M Terminal Blda. Charaei on Tributes, Etc.; Charae will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to 'his policy In the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- f 0 *"* memorials. Thc Star disclaims responsibility for tho safe-keeping or return sf any unsolicited manuscripts Refrigeration Furniture For Sole IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater ,for better prices on furniture see us. ' 21-30tc Wonted to Buy REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair any thins Electrical, Wiring, 'motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 344. 10-lm-c Notice I HAVE OPENED PLUMBING SHOP in town. All business appreciated. All work guaranteed. C. L. Roberts Phone 343. • 6-6tp Notice HIGHEST : PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S and boy» suits. R. M. Patterson. l-15tc GOOD USED TYPEWRITER. APPLY 122 N. Walnut after 5 p. m. ll-3tp Lost BLACK COCKER SPANIEL PUPPY. Three months old. Reward for return to Mrs. C. R. Eatchil, 313 South Spruce. • 5-6tp 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 BILLFOLD WITH FOUR $10 BILLS. Masonic card and other identification receipts. Reward. ; 'C. L. Morgan, 515 N. Hervey St. Hope. 9-3tp NEAR AMERICAN CAFE. WHITE part-Spitz dog with yellow spots.' Answers name "Snow'.' Her \:four puppies need,'her.-' -Call Thelma Stephens, 22-F-2, Darwin Courts. '• ' - 10-3tc For Sole or Rent lACRES OF LAND WITH GOOD hpuse, joins Experiment Station on u See T. S. McDavitt. RUST-COLORED COCKER SPANIEL Answers to name of Rusty. .Call Mrs. J. M. Houston. Phone 488. For Sole Miscl. ^~^ PEDIGREED PUPPIES f Presents. Will hold for Christ- delivery if desired. Cockers, ns," Chows and Pointers, **s Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmp VUTIFUL XMAS GIFT—DOUBLE atfhed genuine Red Fox Furs, t'$139,50, will sacrifice for half •ic<f $69.75. Phone 364, 1004 South 'ain. 9-6tp Trailers For Sale ( _. MY NEW & USED HOUSE {.Trailers., American Stage Coaches S«wl Roy Crafts, Prices from $200 up, |gasy terms. See Thelma Stevens, $n's Trailer Camp, Highway 4 h,' Hope, Phone 22F-2. 6-30tp DISPLAY — FULL LINE ' Bros. Trailer Coaches. Call e we havs several models to ct from, Lack's Tourist Court. 21-tfc POSTED! ! ! NO HUNTING ALLOW- ed on our premises. Keep out. Byod Bros. Emmet, Ark. ' December 1, 8, 15, 22 EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 10 MM! Sweet Milk, at IHc Sweet milk, Pt 8c Butter milk. Qt. _.. lOc Cream, Vz Pt 20c Hope Creamery and Dairy. Phone 938. 9-3tc BILLFOLD WITH ABOUT $15 CUR- rency and identification cards, near Third and Main Sts. Reward. W. A. Waddell, city police station. •- ll-3tc TEMPORARY PASS TO SPG, LET- ters of recomeridation, Social Security card. Reward for return to L. J. Sallee, 202 South Fulton street. ll-3tp 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 8-6tp Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL OF SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson at City Hall. 2-14tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Donald Nelson is OPM pri- •orities director; William Davis is National Defense Mediation Board chairman; Edward Stettinius is lerid-lease administrator. , 2. SPAB—Supply, Priorities and Allocations Bof>rd; OPM—Office of Production Management; OCD —Office of Civilian Defense; OFF—Office of Facts and Figures. 3. W. Averill Harriman is U. S. lend-lease co-ordinator for, London. Laurence Steinhardt is U. S.,,ambassador to. Russia.„ 4. New YorR's Mayor La Guardia, as civilian , defense director, is Mrs. Roosevelt's boss, 5. Estimated 1941 U. S. military planes production is 19,000. "I just used*your tooth powder. I hope you didn't mind," .'.••• "But I haven't any tooth ; powder.' '"Yes you have. It was on the mantel." "Migawd! Those were my mother- in-law's ashes!" Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut Legal Notice NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the books showing the assessments of street 'improvement District number Three (3) as fixed by the. assessors of said District are now in my hands subject to inspection by any person owning property within said District, This llth day of December 1941. T, R. Billingsley City Clerk. Dec. 11, 18 10* BOARDING HOUSE with ,.. Moior Hoople ijUNCLB BUL.6Y/ X DlDh4 l T LOOK MER.V CLOSED BUT DIRT 'AN 1 OSAR. ASHES WAS ALL X SAW/Mx-v TMiS PON)V<>- R.EALLV \<o PINKV BUT iNE gEEM KIOPINJG EVERYBODY 1 BPUGr-rr IT WITH REWARD MONEY FOR NABBIMG SON\B STASE COACH ROBBERS / ^^k-K^T : F/5 , EMPTIHD TrAH OTHER /XMV PAPERS. LOST M16HT INiTQ ^vNH PUMPED BOW THE PONN UBBJSH WASHTUBBS By Roy Crane oh the Job ^w TRAPPEPf FOR THE ,' TH6MOR IS Y PLEAS"' M ' LOCKED i AN0 <3WLy J STAWO MINUTES" A60»*/WH6Re MU6 MAZES'. H65 SUeCfeESED IM pLAMtlNfl t VlftV — — - " Butterfingers! Thimble Theater . OUMV HEARD WbLf OUA^ -STARTIM' A MAW, i T^U^HED HERE. I COULD RUSH, lUITHOUT •SOME80DV SAID VOU «=>TARTIM A <=,PIWACHOVIAM TAKE THIS ;g>-s<g POPEVE—ER-^ADWlRAL j •O-NnCL/C— r-j "*"• WWW, AIM'T WELL, IYLL "BE A GOOD JOB. DO CAMKIOM ABOARD tz&s& DONALD Double Dare! By Walt Disney NOW, HERE'S'THE;BEST'V If' HOCKEY SK\FE-.WE < .Kit WON'T CARRY.'. ^J DO, . I WANT THE 1 '' •IGGEST PAlE COT UN 1 HOW'S THIS?. TOO SMALL! ) LOOK... 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ROMANlCE WITH MILLIE / Bring on. the Beefsteak You \ BUT, DADDV, we WEREN'T REAILV SHPULOKJT I VERY FAB WRONG.' MIU.IET HAS GCST HAVH DPN& I A SON.' TAKF OFF youe DARK IT, HltDA / / GLASSES AND SEE WHAT HE DID TO ^9s. I ABf^V* ESX/CT I LARD'S pYEj I SUPPOSED To LOOK AT WHAT He DID TO YPU ,OR You SUPPOSED To i.bok AT WHAT HE- DID TO ME ' By Merrill Blosser V? ?

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