Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 19, 1942 · Page 2
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Classified You e<fn talk to dftly or* . nxin Want Ads talk to Thouxinds SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP "All Wam Ada cash In advance. Not taken over the Phone MOM STAR, HOfrl, ARKANSAS Out tMW**»3« W*M, mHirmUftl 30* SJx llm*»—S< ward, mlrtlmum 7Je Thr«*rim«»—S Reword, mhiltnum 4*e On« month—18« word, minimum 52.70 Rates or* for continuous lns«f*ia*« only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sal* SAVE BY BUYING USED FURN1* hire from us! Chairs, fables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in good condition with reasonable prices. Also highest prices paid for Used furniture. FRANKLlN FURCO, South Eton Street. 9-lmc. MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL hinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp FOR SALE COMPLETE RESTURANT equipment. Apply 556 Service Station. 17-6tp. SEE A. N. STROUD ABOUT 2,500 bushels of corn at 90c there. Will start oti January 26 selling all that tyeek. If you want corn, come to 02afi. 19-6tp. 80 ACRE FASM, 50 IN CULTIVATION, other in timber. 5-room house and barns. 16 miles east of Arkadelphia. Will, sell stock and tools. See or write Joe Urrey, Maning .Ark., Route 1 19 ...._ Furniture For Sole IDEAL" FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices" on furniture sec , ,cs. 21-30tc For Sole Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p Business Opportunities ACCOUNT OF OTHER BUSINESS will sacrifice Miniature Golf Course in Hope. See Floyd Porterfield. W , Front St. Ph6ne 101. 15-Gtp For Rent FURNISHED TWO ROOM APART- ment,. Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Wash',' ington, Arkansas. 19-3tc LARGE ROOM FOR TWO MEN, - adjoing bath. Phone 427-W for appointment. Mrs. Cyde Hill 303 North 17-3tc. ROOM, ' PRIVATE ENTRANCE, ' kitchen; jpriviligep,, Utilities fur- nisheC Mrs. M. L. Howard, Washing, Ark. FOR RENT BED ROOM, OR CAN convert to light housekeeping. Utilities. Phone 567-R. Vestal V Maxwell. 16-3tp. ONE ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment with private bath. Adults only. Imile east of Hope on left by over pass. C. G. Cooper .16-3tp 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Miss Vernice Coynes. West 9th st. 163-tp. TWO-ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. East on Highway 4. 3% miles C. A. Fuller. 16 3-tp. ONE BEDROOM FOR TWO MEN IN quite neighborhood. Convient to bath. 1101 W. 7th st. or phone 73. 16 3-dh. ONE ROOM FOR LIGHT HOUSE- keeping. Bills paid. 1002 West Ave B. 17-3tp 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT cottages for light housekeeping on old 67 just outside city limits.Mrs. J, E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-l-l. 19-3tc. 2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT. 1501 South Elm Street. Mrs. S. A, Taylor. 193-tdh. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Lost 5 YEAR OLD HORSE. WEIGHT 1100 Ibs., white with blue spots, roach mane and short tail. Notify L. A. Prather, Patmos, Rt. 1. 17-3tp Strayed Hope Star Star Of Hop*, 1899; press 192/, Cttwoll- dotad January. 18. 1929. Published every weekday after noon by SMf Publishing Co. liic. 1C E. Palmer and Alex H. Washburn) ot the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. . . . C. E. PALMER, President AUX. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publisher Entered 01 second class matter at the Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated press (NcAh—Means Newspaper Bnterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hpmpsfead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicotior? of all news dis- patenes credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Daille;. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn S'encfc Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue- New "York City 507 £ j rtX e JP ue i .Detroit, Mich., 2342 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal oldfl. FRIDAY, 1 BAY MARE MULE VVT. 1000 Ibs., also 1 Black mare mule, i wt. 1050 Ibs. Reward. Notify Matthew Davis, Prescott, Rt. 5. 19-U 7 HEAD 2-YEAR OLD HEIFERS | marked %vith smooth crop off right! under sloped at left. Strayed from farm on Columbus - Washington road. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, for reward. 19-6tp. Wanted WOMAN TO CARE FOR BABY. Room, board, and salary. Call 84.1 17-3tc NEAT APPEARING WOMAN FOR! general housework. Must be clean' and honest and be able to furnish references. Apply Mrs. Ted Jones. 1102 S. Main. Phone 76G-J 19-3tp. Male Help Wanted HALF HANDS AND DAY HANDS wanted. Hay Delivered for 30c. I Roy Burk. 19-3tp. Legal Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Clarence Jordan to the United States on the 23 day of July 1941, 3 day of April, 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said Clarence Jordan 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 20 days of January, 1942, between the hours of 9 '.o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock! in the afternoon of said date, at Sut- | ton Barn in the County of Hempstead,; State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cast, the following described property, towit: 1 John Deere Break Plow; 1 No. 7 Mower; 1 John Deere Stalk Cutter; 1 McCormick Cultivator; 1 Middle Burster; 1 John Deere Double Shovel; 1 Walking Planter; 1 Dixie Cooker; 1 set of harness; 1 black mare; 1 black mare. Witness my hand this the 19 day of January, 1942, United States of America, By John V. Ferguson County Supervisor. Chorqcs on Tribute?, Etc.: Choroe will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the deoorted. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in. the news columns to protect their readers from a deluqe of space^ r ^-,, rncmorlols - Thc 5for disclaims responsibility for th« safe-keeping or return ot any unsolicited manuscripts. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. "Lighthouse Hnrr.v" Lee was a cavalry officer in the Revolutionary War and fther of Robert E. Lee. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, Confederate commander, was known as "Stonewall." Gen. William Henry Harrison was dubbed "Tippecanoe" from his victory in the battle of the name. 2. President Andrew Jackson was "Old Hickory," Theodore Roosevelt, "Rough Rider," Will- Henry Harrison, "Tippecanoe." 3. Edgar "Special Delivery" Jones of Pittsburgh; Harold "Gal- lopping Ghost" Grange of Illinois, better known as "Red"; and Jack "Rabbit" Crane of Texas were football players with famous names. 4. Congressmen with nicknames included Senator Theodore G. "The Man" Bilbo of Mississippi; Rep. John N. "Catus Jack" Garner of Texas; Senator Ellison D. "Cotton Ed" Smith of South Carolina. 5. Lord Beaverbrook, minister of supply is known as "The Beaver;" Prime Minister Winston Churchill is affectionately known as "Win- STORIES IN STAMPS Legal Notice ESTRAY NOTICE Taken up one White Faced Bull Yearling about 7 months old, found on my farm in October, 1941. Jesse Hill, Route 1, Hope. 13-6tp RENT/ WANT-ADS Guatemala Sides With U. S. in Axis Conflict WHEN the United States de-j clared war on the Axis part-i ners, loyal sister republics of the, Pan American Union, such asj Guatemala, wasted no time in» severing diplomatic relations with 1 Germany, Italy, and Japan. •- ' The air mail stamp above, issued recently by Guatemala, farthest Central American nation from Panama, pictures the Captains-General Palace at Antigua. When all of South America, and part of North America, was under Spanish rule, Spain developed an elaborate administrative system for the government of her vast colonial empire. The territory under her control was divided into vice-royalties, captaincies-general, presidencias, audiencias, antj, smaller administrative units. Central America constituted the, captaincy-general of Guatemala, with its capital at Antigua. Antigua, or the "old" city, was virtually destroyed in 1773, and the capital subsequently transferred to Guatemala City. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . Major Hoople OUST DRESSING THE- WINDOWS FOR A 1 SEEM KUNTI.N' YOU ALL OVER. S JULIET/ v^v/OU LO/XMEO ME LAS' WWVj THIS IS MORE EXPECTED THAN FINDING HOT WATER. IN TH7= , BWr4ROOM/ THE ^ \MHOLE SCENE. IS AS WRONG ASA OM A PALLBEARER/ WELL , LIKE X PRoM.- AROUND WERE, LOCKS OM THE TIME- POCKETS. OLD JAKE 16 A, TRUE BLUE CENiT KNiOW HIS WASH TUBES ASSA.SStMS! LI6HTS Monday, Jonuory 19, 194^ * First Down, Ten to Go By Roy Crone FOOL^OF MEN 1 . ART THOU <SOIWa T» PERMIT tHEIft ESCAPE? FOLLOW ME! ^t? SMASH THRU TACKLE A Perfect Bust Thimble Theater AMVBODV 'AT lOAMT*, TO XTHEV'Ll.BELaT<5A I OUILL V tUELL. I' JOIN THE MAV 1 -/ 'AT I WAM EMLI-SKMEMTS, IT HAPTA \TOUtiH. I CAM STARTIM 1 FOR SPlNACHOVA. KIM COME IfO AW EMLI-SK UJILL MOT TAKE <*er ME MAW GO!M' W«td ttr.hu rf*md ~^*-^ f ~>~ Copr |«4t. Kino Ftitutc* SynJuair. !nc , DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney YOU'RE GETTIN' PAIP BY THE HOUR, NOT BY ±Y', I'M HOW MANY WA.STIN' READ MY TIME! \TS <£<3 COLD THERE'? NOBODY ONlMtVORK THE STREETS TO READ IT! BLONDIE It's the Wolf in Him! By Chic Young t I'M MOT (SOlMiG TD EAT MUCH TONIGHT BEFORE 1 BEO - IT GIVES ME NIGHTMARES i(||K MAVBE JUST A LITTLE FRUIT JUICE I APMIRE WILLPOWER YOU MAP ALL. TWIS NJICE SPAGMETTf ? • Vnrxl ^->,!'4fA< w^^m BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Happy Landing, Chum By Edgar Martin H 60£>\\, WtS RED RYDER All or Nothing H,tAR. RYDER 5 RCAP ACRES S ARADIS£. FO THOROUG H BRE.DS IF THE DUCHESS DOLLARS FDR. THE , NOVl'S rAY CHANCE GRAB IT ALL Wait Till He Gets Loose ALLEY OOP ByV.T. Hamlin SAY, WHAT'S TH 1 IDEA.SHOOTIM' THIS AT WHAT FIND vou, ME, PlrOKJIM' MY SHIPTT TAIL TIGHT TO A TREE ? IT'S A BLASTED A LOW-DOWN TRICK... MORE SUCH ... WILL BRlWGTROUBLE QUICK..' VIAM, FOOZY BY NAME... OD 1THIWH LADS,HIDIMG IKJ / I-JAUGHTX CHC-^1 •• HIS BOOK AMD /BUT DUBI- \ PHEfcew' ' 'OUB KMOW- I ,V= A LEDGE HID- HE NWV HAVE i WITH r-JDTHIMG BUT FAILURE. RE-WAR.DIK1G THEIR REPEATED ATTEMPTS TO MAKE CONTACT WITH OOP AMD OOOLA, FOOZ.Y FINJALLY PER.SUADED PC. WOWMUG TO SEKiP HIM THROUGH THE TIME-MACHINJE FOCI AM OM-THE- SPOT SEARCH FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ADifficultTouch By Merrill Blosser Y KNOW, FRECK.TMH REASON VJ5 Got IWto ',HAT JAM AT THE RIVERA WAS BECAUSE W£ PRE-PARED R3fe A RWAMCIAL SHOULD HAVE- WE CAM BOTH ASK FOR. OM A BUCK A WEEK, I'M MOT 1 riM i «^» ^u*-j | • • i so TONIGHT DAD'S SOMETHING LAID ASIDE- FOR A RAINY DAV / READV FOR A HEAVY DEW SONNA GET <T NOW BACKED \n~\Of YOU'RF A CORMER / COOKIN' AND GlVFN I WITH OAS i THE OLD TOUCH' MORE AS / CASE, 1 IF We /THINK POP EXPECTED / WILL BE To GET/ TRIED, AND IT/ / ILL BE FOUND WANTING /

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