Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 12, 1941 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 12, 1941
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^ -a^' J ^ . •*' * -tv •wjr "tHB MOfti YOU mi THE QUICKER YOU SSLL" You &Sn talk to only one man Wont Ads talk to Thousands l SELL, RENT, BUY OR Wont Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone Mme—It word, minimum 10« 71e fh***tlmM—jy,t wwrf, minimum S0« On* monttt^ISc word, minimum U.70 KafM or* for continuous insWUri* For SaU £\H6 BY BtJYING USED FURN1. ! ftMtt tis! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, and many Other items all in condition • frith reasonable Also highest prices paid for furniture. JFRANKTJN FURCO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. CORN, t5c PER BUSHEL "at crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, 13-lmp {CHRISTMAS TREES have arrived. 'k'Make your choice early ^— Trees are mounted. Mont's Seed Store. 5-6tp ICE STATION. GOOD LQCA- with established gallonngc. ^Reasonable rent See C. W, Tarpley fdr-F. R. Johnson. TOURING CAR;-CUR- Stains and good rubber. Motor in ' ,shajie. Cheap for cash. Will t'trkdc. See Pete Shields at B&B For Rent LARGE FRONT BED ROOM. venient to bath. Inner spring mattress. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. Phone 731. 12-3tp 2 FURNISHED APARTMENTS. CALL Mrs. J. B. Ellen Sr. 2-F-2. U-3tp Hope Star JC !. f»clm«r ond Ale* H. Wo«h6uw>} at the Slat building, 212-214 South Wolnu* >tr««t. Hope, Ark. C. t, PALMER, Pr«iW«n> Aim. H. WAJHiURN, 1tdl»»r (lUl fwkttt^ Entered o> second ctali rr*itt«r ot tM Pojfoffie* of Hope, Arkansas, undw the AcJ of March 3, 1897. (APV—Means Auoclatvd Pf«s» (NEAr—Means Newspaper Grterprlj* SabicrlpHo* Rote (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrlpr per week 1S«! Hemp«tea<f, Nevotta Howard Miller oral Lafayette eounttat, $3.30 t»r year; eh*. where $«.50. Member el Th« Aueetat«<l Prnti T Aisotiated Pr»« li excliulv'ry entitled t«t the use for fepubticofion of oil news tfi« parches credit!*) to it or rwf otherwise credited In thii paper and olw the l«ql published herein. National Advertising ftcpr««nfoflye- Arkonw Dallle*. Inc.; Memphis Tenn Shriek Building; Chicago, XOO North Michigan Avnue; New York City, 507 Fifth Avertu*; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Termltiol BloQ. DESIRABLE BED ROOM FOR MEN convenient to bath. Garage for car Call 31-W-5. ll-3tp ONE FURNISHED bath. Phone 447. ROOM WITH U-3tp Furniture For Sale Charge* on Tribute*, Etc.: Ooroe will be mode for all tributes, cardi ot thanks, resolutions, or memorial?, concerning the departed- Commercial newspapers hold to I this policy in the new-j co'urr.ns to protect their readers from a deluge- of spoco- laklnb memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for lh» safe-keeping or return 3f any unsolicited manuscripts. IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see US. 21-30tc Wanted to Buy .Grocery. ll-3tp Real Estate For Sale (ACRES six MILES FROM TOWN, house On good road, sandy Price 525.00 per acre. p," ACRES THREE MILES FROM gfown on good road, all in fine rln&idow, no house. Price 530 per ''acre. Can give possession January ff60 FEET BY 142 FEET TERRACE IV, lot, located in the twelfth block P^.'on South Main street, with a five ' '".Jroont house. Will sell on good terms J"and give possession at once. With 3 a small expense for repairs you will >-"be buying a home. See, FLOYD I^IOO ACRES SIX MILES FROM TOWN, K's^fine for general farming, with fine SWye^-sture ^,5 running water, about acres open, balance in timber. ^' Good road through the farm. Four r house, sleeping porch, fine •up. of water . large stock and hay gsji v barn. Under a good wire fence. ^'Electric and school bus lines near. quick sale will take $2500.00. $120; ACRES, FOUR MILES FROM ' "itown, two houses, barn, potato house, ^spring branch, fine pasture.- A- fine ^combination farm for crops and c'at- " A " Price $25.00 per acre. , '. FLOYD PORTERFEELD lUStc HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S and boy§ suits. R. M. Patterson. - l-15tc GOOD USED TYPE\VRITER. APPLY 122 N. Walnut after 5 p. m. ll-3tp Lost BLACK COCKER .SPANIEL PUPPY. Three months old. Reward for re-| turn to Mrs. C. R. Eatchil, 313 South I Spruce. ,5-6tp ' Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Herringbone suit Is not mnde of fish bones.' Pattern of the weave resembles fish bones. 2. Fish ladders nre step arrangements used to help up-stream bound fish over clams. 3. Tuna is n large salt water fish; trout is small fresh water fish. 4. Yes. Electric eel generates enough current to light Several bulbs, knock a man out. 5. Fish are kept in sin aquarium; frogs in a ranarium. Legal Notice WASH run* MORE THRU THE PLANT, FEILAS lABte TO 60 OFF ANY MIMUTEJ 66 T THE OUT0'HEW,' Well jo ld> Men By Ray Craft* VOUftACK A<aMNf M6 AN' MV. ^ A»B AfcEL PfcOUD 7 ANO IF THlSttANf , „--^ 3UDOIES A1NT toft V<5T U6 TSO IN / 6BT6 BL0UI60 UF| / WBflE ,6ETWOUT, /NATIONALftEPeMSe/ THERE'U-86 A / <adlW TO VE MAKE MACHINE \ LOTTA PLANES I STAY AM FOR AIRPLANES X WITHOUT dUNS I HEUPVOU J^ \L J^-A FIND TH6M \$—~^ Z> \ .BOMBS.' POPEYE Jeepers Creepers! Thimble Theater ALL. IS ABOARD. I VAM READS' TO -5AIU #01 PEACEFUL LITTLE 5P1MACHOVA Jx 1 —ir MAKES WELL. BLOUJ ME DOUW, V KIM 6O AU3W<i* AS'A -5PV, BUT TUB MftVV DOKjfT WEED IM PEACEFUL AVA-aT, PEAC6ABLE <=>PIMACROVA,, DONALD DUCK It's a Gift! A STRAWBERRY ROAN, BLAZE- j face ; horse, weight 1150. Strayed ' three weeks ago. Last heard of between Blevins and Prescott. Reward. See R. W. McCormack, Blevins, Ark.j Rt. 1. 5-6tp RUST-COLORED COCKER SPANIEL Answers to name of .Rusty. Call Mrs. J. M. Houston. Phone 488. BILLFOLD WITH ABOUT $15 CUR- rencyand identification cards, near Third and Main Sts. Reward. W. A. Waddell, city police' station. ll-3tc TEMPORARY PASS TO SPG, LET- tera of recomendation, Social Security ford. Reward for return to L: J. Sallee, 202 South Fulton street. . • ll-3tp Personal For Sale or Rent ISOACRES OF LAND WITH GOOD joins Experiment. Station on See T. S. McDavitt. 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 50e. 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Studio located in Trailer at LUCK'S TOURIST COURT on Highway 67 West 8-6tp For Sole Miscl. 3HTTS PEDIGREED PUPPFES Presents. Will hold for Christ- delivery if desired. Cockers, I^Bostons, Chows and Pointers. Padgitfs Kennels, 20-lmr. VUTIFUL XMAS GIFT—DOUBLE §Vl".matched genuine Red Fox Furs. r 'Cost $139.50, will sacrifice for half PfKT price 569.75. Phone 364, 1004 Soutl EI$ rMain. 9-6tp Trailers For Sale ^^^ MY NEW & USED SCOUSE pu-gVaJlers. American Stage Coaches y-ang Roy Crafts, Prices Jfjpm $200 up, &v ~"' terms. See Theffi^t Stevens, t ..'m's Trailer Camp,vflghway'4 rtjl, Hope, Phone 22F-2:v 6-30tp ^DISPLAY — FULL LINE ]3ros, Trailer Coaches. Call e have several models to Luck's Tourist Court. 21-tfc Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL OF SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson at City Hall, 2-14tc Refrigeration NOTICE The Commissioners of the South Main Street Districts (that is, Pavement and Curb & Glitter) have decided to foreeo any collection for the year 1942. We may havt> to collect again in 1943; but for 19-!2, we are giving a holiday. This is to favor those people who have made their payments promptly, and tp give the commissioners time to collect all delinquencies from those who have not paid promptly. Every property-holder who is delinquent should, see the collector of the districts (Syd McMath at the First National Bank) and pay up immedi- ! ately. Any delinquencies not paid up 1 by the first day of January, 1942, will be "reduced to suit. Every delinquent' piece of property must be paid up. L. C. HELMS DR. G. E. CANNON R. D. FRANKLIN Commissioners Nov. 28, Dec. 5, 12 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will offer for sale nt the Archer Victor Company in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at ten o'clock A. M., on December 23, 1941, One (1) 1936 4-door Buick Sedan, Motor No. 1289261, Arkansas License No. 326203 (Texas License No. 5481) Said property belonging to B. A. Floyd and ordered sold in a judgment rendered against him in favor of Cooper's Garage on December 8, 1941. C. E. Baker, Sheriff 12-12. By Walt Disney THSRE Y ARE MRS. SMYTH. CLEAN AS A WHISTLE ! FIFTY CENTS HER£? A QUAI?TER' TAKE IT OR LEAVE BLONDIE Never a Dull Moment! By Chic Young ? 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 All work guaranteed. C. L. Roberts Phone 343. ; •• •'""• 6-etp EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 10 ! ! ! ! Sweet Milk, qt _ 15c Sweet milk, Pt :._ 8c Butter milk, Qt _ _ lOc Cream, ft Pt '. 20c Hope Creamery and Dairy. Phone 938. ' 9-3tc 'IIf WOULD VOL) ,( RATHER I PIPM'T )\ use VOUR ^ r^t l ~*f+,i^ t -•• . WHO'S 0EENJ > USING RAZOR BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ready for Action By Edgar Martin Bring us your Sick WATCK Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut RENT/ WANT-ADS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . .. Major Hooole UEANDER,THE. RUBBISH BARREL IS AS ^MPTY AS HQUSls/"«*vNcT MV 6PUTT-TT// HEAVENS/ SUPPOSE SpME VAGABOND SHOULD PINO NW FORTUNE OI^THE ^^ CITY oT DUMP/ 1 300 ? -L THOUGHT IT W/^S J. 'ASTROMOIVMCAL NOTES VOL) < -OST/^- FOR *300 I'D 6N WCH A B^& OP PEA,NbTS AWAV PRO/vV AN ELEPHANT/-^ THE s RUBBISH MAN WAS HERE AM HOUR, AGO ~~ X'LL CHPNSE Hlfv\ ON rv\N PONV/ ^ ,TOO ~ HOVi SOOM CPsM VOO RHM3N, VOUN& RED RYDER No Rest for the Weary ME FAU.-UP\ IN By Fred Harmon FOLLOW BILL AMD GIR.L- — HERS.! To Complete the Masquerade ByV.T. Hamlin .' MOT A BAD FIT.., BUT CERTAINLY MOST UNCOMFORTABLE/ /^H .WELL, ft. VERY COM NOW LESSEE FORGOTTEN ANVTHING AND SEEIN'AS HOW MV CALLS FOR FOOMNJ' MIS MEM, COPR. 1941 BY ME* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. 8. P T. Off. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Mighty Decision FIVE BUCKS By Merrill Blosser BUT WE CANT AFFORD TAKE THEM THERE, FRECK 1 IT TAKES FOLDING MONEV/ GO AHEAD —- ASK HILDA / WE'LL WORRV ABOLT |v\ONEy LATER JUNE, HOW'O OkTA/, BUT I HATe TO BURN SUCH/ «' EXPENSIVE BEHIND Me / T- MUSIC I COMING To Y< FROM THE RIVIERA BLUE ROOM SNAP xr A. s MEAN MOMENT, *DM SUFFERINie F(?O^A DC BONELESS SQUAB IN l -VUD 1SX1 BY ^EA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEC. U. S. P*T. OFF

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