Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1941 · Page 2
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•vtj .& fV v YOU T6U THE QUICKER YOU SILL" You Con talk to only one man Wont Ads folk to Thousands SELL, JUNT, IUY Oft SWAP It Want Ads cash In advance. Not token over the Phone ^" l£ V - ^ ~t HUM—2e wt>rt, mtnhmm Wt Tft*** Nm**—3V^t ward, mtnbniim M« itnJmiM 7>« 0«« month—T8< word, minimum M.JO Rotes or* for continuous Inser-ions only For SoU BY BUYING USED FURNI- k {torn Ust Chairs, Tables, Stoves, and many other items all in „• condition -with reasonable Ices. Also highest prices paid for furniture. FRANKLIN FURCO., South Elm Street 9-lmc. CORN, 7Sc PER BUSHEL Plow tools, aU kinds. Plow * A. N. Stroud, Washington, 13-Imp \S TREES have arrived. « your choice early — Trees are Amounted. Mont's Seed Store. 5-6tp ' STATION. GOOD LOCA- with established gallonage. ble rent. See C. W. Tarpley R. Johnson. 8-3tc TOUBING CAR. CUR and good rubber. Motor in : shape. Cheap for cash. Will See Pete Shields at B&B ll-3tp For Rent LARGE FRONT BED ROOM, CON- venient to bath. Inner spring mattress. Suitable (or one or two gen fletnen. Phone 731. 12-3tp 2 FURNISHED APARTMENTS. CALL Mrs, J. B. Ellen Sr. 2-F-2. H-3ip DESIRABLE BED ROOM FOR MEN convenient W bath. Garage for car. Call 31-W-5, ll-3tp Star ef lM>K»h*d *v*ry w««tj3My efttr noon tar _ ,Stef Pubtitftlnd to. tr*. tC t. Paltnw aftd Afex K. W< at th« Stdr buikf.nfl, 212-214 South Walnut »tf««», Hope, Atk. Infered « «cond clotj matur «»l »h« Poifoflic* at HOCM, Arkanwn, unttw lh« Act of March 3, 1877. (AP)—Meant Associated (NEA(~Means Newjpopef >irtefprf4« Ass'h Subscription Rot* (Afwavi Payable In A«Nwie«) 8n city corner, per week I5t. Mempiteotl, Nevada, Howard, MHKw and Lafayette epuntto, $3JO w year; elsewhere $6 50. M*mbet of The AnMfafed rr««: Th« Associated Pre« l> «ichniv*ly entitled to th« UM( for repobllcaiton of all new* cliv potency credited to it or not othcrvri^e credited (n thil paper and al«j the hxai news published herein. National AdvvrtUInq R«pr«»Btottv Atkontoi Ofllllt*. ln«.; Memphis, Tenn S'srkk Buildina; Chicano, 400 North Michigan Avnue' New York Crty, 507 Fifth Avenue' Detroit, Mich., 7842 W. O-ond Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4U terminal BtdQ. ONE FURNISHED bath. Phone 447. ROOM WITH ll-3tp THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, light cooking. Adults. Will show Saturday after 5 and Sunday. 706 Wfest 4th. 13-3te ONE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment inside city on old Fulton Highway, Clifton Whittcn. 13-3tp Furniture For Sale S' V IReal Estate For Sale ICRES six Mms FROM TOWN, house , on good road, sandy Price ?25.00 per acre. CACHES THREE MBLES FROM „ .,„ on good road, all in fine fiBeadow, no house. Price J30 per jjaere- Can give possession January j'fFEET BY 142 FEET TERRACE located in the twelfth block fon South Main street, with a five " i house. Will sell on good terms sand give possession at once. With J?a) small expense for repairs you will ** ' buying a home. See, FLOYD I'ACRES SIX MILES FROM TOWN, for general farming, with fine and running water, about 80 acres open, balance in timber. gfpod road 'through the farm; Foctr house, sleeping porch, fine of water, large stock and hay Under a good wire fence. c and school bus lines near. or quick sale will take 52500.00. n|; ACRES, FOUR Mms FROM Stown, two houses, barn, potato house |spring branch, fine pasture. A fine |cpmbination farm for crops and cat- Price $25.00 per acre. FLOYD PORTERFEELD ll-6tc ' •''• IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture sec us. ZUSOtc Wanted to Buy HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S and boya suits. R. M. Patterson. l-15tc Cfcarqn on Tribute?, tfe. : Charqe will be rrracfe for all tributes, cardj of thanStt. re«>lut«»M. or memorials, concerning the deoafted. Commercial newipoper* hold to this policy in the nev^i columrv^ to pro feet their, readers from a cieluqe of ^t takir^i memorials The Star diiclolmi pe*HibilHy for th* safe-keoping or return of any unsolicited manu«ripti. Dec. 5. 1782; Andrew Johnson was born Dec. 20, 1808: Woodrow Wilson was born DPI-, 28. 18SR. 2. George Washington bade his officers farewell on Dec. 4, 1783, after the close of the revolution. He died Dec. 14. 1799. 3. Boston Tea Party w.-is held Dec. 16, 1773, when colonists tlls- cargo of ten in the harbor as protest against ten tax. 4. Dec. 21 is generally considered first day of winter, This ycnr it begins at 12:45 a. m. EST, Dec., 22. which is still Dec. 21 in western U. S. and part of Pacific. 5. Orvtlle Wright made first plane flight Dec. 17. 1903, near Kitty Hawk, N. C. Legal Notice LARGE CLEAN COTTON RAGS. DO Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given .COD USED TYPEWRITER. APPLY 122 N. Wahiut after 5 p. m. ll-3tp not bring work clothes or overalls. Hope Star. 13-tfc Lost RUST-COLORED COCKER SPANIEL Answers to name of Rusty. Call Mrs. J. M. Houston. Phone 488. 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 lecbmendation, Social Secur- i ity card. Reward for return to L. J. 'Sallee, 202 South Fulton street. ll-3tp Personal For Sale or Rent |38ACRES OF LAND WITH GOOD Chouse, joins Experiment Station on fsotrth. See T. S. McDavitt. For Saie Misel. 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 PEDIGREED PUPPIES ifor, Presents. Will hold for Christ- |TOas delivery if desired. Cocker^ 'Chows and Pointers. Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmp IftgAUTIFUL XMAS GI5T-DOUBLF d genuine Red Fox Furs |Co3t $139.50, will sacrifice for hall ?69.75. Phone 364, 1004 Soutl 9-6U' Trailers For Sale MY NEW & USED HOUSE American Stage Coaches jnd Roy Crafts, Prices from $200 up, terms. See Thelma Stevens, Darwin's Trailer Camp, Highway t |norih, Hope, Phone 22F-2. 6-30tp TOW ON DISPLAY — FULL LINE " Bros. Trailer Coaches. Call fe have several models to select from. Luck's Tourist Court. 21-tfc that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by J. H. Jeffers to the United States on the 14 day of June, 1941, 11 day of April, 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said J. H. Jeffers 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 16 day of December, 1941, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Sutton Barn, in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: 1 a'<*l middle burster; 1 bay mare, '.laud, 1100 Ibs., 14; 1 blue more mule, Rhoda, 1050 Ibs., 13; 2 collars; 1 National Pressure cooker. Witness rny hand this the 13 clay of Dec., 1941, United States of America, By W. M. Sparks County Supervisor, 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 t HAVE OPENED PLUMBING SHOP in town. All business appreciated. All work guaranteed. C. L. Roberts Phone 343. 6-Ctp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Martin Van Buren was born WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas 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 Hoople ^ UNCLE- BOLGV/ ^*~ X TROU&m M-LTHOSE ABOUT WlNMlNi6 OLVMPIC SOr>P BUBBLES,, BUT VOU 9>UR-E: OOT- STBP THIS PONV/ OBCTECTS~rO/v\Y ^TLLTELU I'M /X STATE RUBBISH FOR JAPANiESE BEETLES/ 1941 BY HEA SEBVlCEllc. T. Ml. BEO. "• S. PAT. OFF WASH TUSIS So What to Do? wei"i«."¥'»At»,"vM*r«J H6V! J THOUGHT ALL TH6 WORKMEM WERE SAF&UV 0N L<3OK\Nfl <30tTA IN we've WNTBOU, tMVl. fkSHTHiW. 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