i-\ "" i. POUH Classified You can talk to only or* i man Want Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP All Wont Ads cash in advance. Not token over the Phon* Ofl« thM— It w»rd. minimum JOe Sft »*««»—5c word, minimum 73e Thf«« tlmM—jy, e word, minimum SO* On« month—Ite word, minimum $3,70 Rates ore for continuous Insertion! only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Salt SAVE BY BUYING USED FURNI- ture from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves Beds, and many other items all ir good condition with reasonable prices. Also highest prices paid for used furniture. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., South Elm Street. • 9-lmc. MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp 40 R. I. RED PULLETS. READY TO lay. W. A. Sanford. No. 4 road 28-3tp LIKE NEW, ELCAR TRAILER house 2 good 6 ply tires. See W. H. Baker at Luck's Tourist Court. 28-3tp NEW ROYAL ,HOT FLOORS, PER- manent bed, air conditioned. Also new Americnii Stage Coaches. Roy Craft used trailers. Buy on two years, as low as 10% down. Call or see, Thelma Stephens or Regnal Roberts, Darwins Camp, Highway _ 4, North. 29-6tp BRAMBACH BABY GRAND PIANO. Only moved 1 time. In excellent condition. See Warren S. Barham or call Hope Experiment Station. 29-3tp LIVING ROOM SUITE, SIMMONS beds. Dresses, tables. 1/3 horse power motor Frigidare. Rummage sale Saturday. 706 West 4th. 29-3tp For Rent BEDROOM FOR COUPLE ONLY. Nicely furnished. Adjoining batK If desired kitchen privileges Phona 425-J. 29-3tc PRACTICALLY NEW FIVE-ROOM home. Furnished. All modern conveniences. See L. W, Erwin. McRae Hardware Co. 29-3tp Room and Board ROOMS AND BOARD. APPLY AT- 202 South Fulton. 26-3tp Notice Star Hope Star of Hopo 1899; Pfe«s J92/, doted January 18, 1929. Published every wesk-day of tar noon by ,_ , Star Publishing Co. Inc. (C. c. Palmer and ATfix H Wa*hhttml at tha Star building, 212:21 "south Walnut street, Hope, Ark. At«. Publlthtr ° con< J' matter at the ,ne.i' A f.'— Meor >s Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Bnterpriso Ass'n Subscription Roto (Always Payable in jmpsteacl, Nevada, (toward/ MflTer ami Lhl ayc ^2 e cnountles . «.50 per year; else where $6.50. Member of The Assoclotod Presi! The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicatlon of all news dls- frollftr. " ec ,'i, f . etl lo '* or n °' otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published Fwrein. Notional Advertising ftepro«ntotlvc— r?A a *n ??•'""• |IK - ; Me f"P"''. Tenn. u- 75 k Bu 'i<l'ns; Chicago, 400 North M -mV°T Avnue; New York City, 507 y'th Avenue; Detroit, Mich, 2842 W jTdg". "' 0klQhon10 City, 4U Terminal Chorocs on Tributes, Etc.: Chorae will he °" tribUte '.' ,«^'o7 fl tank's 6 ™. j V- or memorials, concerning the fL C?m T',f ddl "ewspopers hold to y '".j thc ncws Columns to pra- reac ^" f ;° m a cteluae of space- n 2° r ' G ^ Th 1 l tar disclaims res- for th« safe-keeping or return °ny unsolicited manuscripts DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING! us your abstract work. MONROE I ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASH- i INGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp MEN AND WOMEN, 18-45 VITALLY needed by aircraft factories. You must be trained and in good physical condition. See our representative. Mr. Mills at Barlow Hotel, Thursday or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dal- las - 27-3tc I HAVE MOVED MY OFFICE TO ,202% S. Main, over Jack's News! Stand. Dr. R. H. Hannah. 29-3tp! Wanted 1941 TUDOR SEDAN, MAROON colored Ford. Five new tires Baber Barber Shop at Gzan, Ark. 30-3tp TWO WHEEL LUGGAGE TRAILER Call after 6 p. m. 215 North Hervey St. Hope. 30-3t p Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE' STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see "«• 21-30tc For Sole Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons' . Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitfs ,. Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p '_ For Rent 160 ACRES' LAND, KNOWN AS THE McLary Farm on the Saratoga road, north of Columbus. Citizens National Bank - , 30-3tc SHEPPERSON FARM IN HOWARD County between Columbus and Hope. 322 Acres. Everflowing spring. Adapted for cattle and farming. Fine hay meadow. Write, David Shep- TJerson, El Dorado, Ark. 30-2tc ONE-ROOM FURNISHED APART- tnent. Private bath. Adults Mile east Hope Highway 67 by overpass. O. G. Cooper. 28-3tp HALF HANDS. DAY HANDS. HAY delivered for 30c. Rent houses. Mules for sale. Roy Burke. Hope Rt. 3. 28-3tp Found ON JANUARY 24, 1942, SOMEONE lost or turned loose some fine hens at my house, on Highway 73, Rt. 1, Washington, Ark. Owner can have by calling on me and paying for ad. Mrs. O. Van Riper. 26-3tc Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electriml, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Lost or Stolen WHITE HOUND WITH BIG BLACK spots. Tan and white head. 4 years old, medium size. Wearing leather collar. Reward. Notify, Autry Foster, Hope Route One. 30-3tp Lost Strayed or Stolen LARGE, BAY, PERCHERON MARE. 7 years old. Wt. about 1300 Ibs. Re- I ward. Notify A. D. Brannon. Phone ' 695. 29-3tp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Pngc One 1. Pie crust is made of flour, salt, shortening nnd water. 2. Sugar, milk, butter and cream of tartar arc fudge staples, with chocolate, vanilla, other flavorings nuts, etc., added to fit the recipe. 3. No to both. Welsh rarebit is a dish with cheese as a base. Whey is a byproduct obtained in the manufacture of cheese, being the liquid milk left after curd is separated. 4. Ham and eggs, corned beef and cabbage, wieners and sauerkraut, meat balls and spaghetti. 5. Butter or shortening; chopped or stripped pork, veal or beef; onions, salt, pepper, celery, bean sprouts, and sauce are principal ingredients of chop suey. It is usually served with rice, chow mein with noodles. Orders Premier Mussolini once issued several pamphlets giving advice to newlyweds and implying that each couple was expected to rear 12 children. Automotive Hint Motorists shouldn't make a habit of starting in second gear, as they often do in attempting to beat traffic after a red light, because it is a strain on the engine, drive shaft, and rear! gears. FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR WATCH CRYSTALS 35c 650 LB. BROWN AND WHITE SPOT- ted steer. Dehorned. J. V. '^"ore. 30-3tp NICE FRONT BEDROOM PRIVATE entrance, adjoining' bath. Share kitchen 623 N. Elm St. Phone 889-W Mrs. G. C. Stewart. 28-3tc FURNISHED COTTAGE. ON OLD Fulton highway. Inside city limits R. E. Brown. 28-3tp 2 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Also bedroom. 912 West 7th. 29-ltp ABOUT FEBRUARY 1, 2 MODERN unfurnished rooms. Close in. Private front and back entrance. Good neighborhood. Mrs. Tom Carrel. 29-3tc During the second quarter of 1940, the United States imported 165,194 pounds of stearic acid. WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas A WANT-AD FIND IT/ Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed. Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut NOTICE • • • • W. B. WILLIAMS Has joined the personnel of the CAPITAL BARBER SHOP and invites his friends and customers to visit him CAPITAL BARBER SHOP OUR BOARDING HOUSE THIS SCRA.PBOCM op GOO<=>AN'G is AN UNFINISHED SYMPHONV/«~~ IT TELLS ALL. ABOUT TrAE FIGHTS ROUNDHOUSE WOt^BUT IT SHOWS HUVt TRAINING FOR OTHER, », ANDF/MLSTO with . . . Major Hoople SAY CAME OUT OR ON) A SHUTTER/ HE ,— I SAW 60O6AN ICED ONNE NIGHT L\K& PICNIC EGADji KNEW YOU WOODPECKERS WOULD POUND A RAT-A-TAT-TAT ONy HIS f BRILLIANT RECORD/-"- VEAr4 ; Y THERE ARE ALWAVS AN 1 T_ ) PYGfvW MINDS WO ARE^ PAID TO IE BIFFER ; (v\?GRATH BAT HIM. SO COLD r> you COULD „ NOT EVEN SATISFIED THrXV TWO PLUS TWO EQ.UALS FOUR' KE6, MYSELF/ GEE- HIS BREATH / \ 8 [l'30 CQfSt. 194? QV MEASEA ll | ' ' : u. BEG, u. S. t*.\ :1 OPTKt f R6HT6 ARt H LEFT OUT= HOP! S?Aft, HOP.B, ARKANSAS •— — — n i M^.». WASH TUBBS Frldqy, January 30, 1942 i> Scram By Roy Crane S WOW OR Y BI6HTO! I VEP. BUODV, \ <&OT YOU IMTd we've 4o.r to I THIS <5ET OUTO 1 THIS <5LO BOy. AWCi HOTEL AM& TO I'M OOI)06 TO TH6 AIRMfcT /66T VOu OUT OF IT; AMBLE OUT TOWAfct? THE WASHROOM AND POPEYE BSIDHS. WE DOM'T TAKE MEMBE-RS THE •SEX IN SPIWACHOVA MAW (YOU'LL TAKE US. 1 ) The Admiral Speaks (JJ-/A^A^DMlRAL?/^ DONALD DUCK Thimble Theater Minstrel Men! UJELL, 40U YOH. DEAR. WE'LL START A CAM KEEP LUE NlAW OF OUR. < OtUM.' By Wait Disney WHAT DO Y 1 MEAN, LISTEN, BUDDY! WHICH ,. , nW'S RIGHT! AND AS! D-D-piP V REMEM BER.. UNDER YOU SAY A THE RIGHT TX—SS^?VK B-B-B- V CONDITIONS BOMBEP'? ) Y' CAN SEE A CANDLE FOR r-r MILES! H/.. i I N QUICK, BOYS* WHERE'S THE SHOE POLISH 7 ? WOULD Y' 1 RATHEC DO, TURN OUT LIGHTS OR GET OMBEP? BLONDIE I^Spi-* THERE CeRTAINLY IS AN : i"-S=s=siy A\A/CTI li cwlou; CT/-\r».^ /-M n AWFUL SMOW STORM OUT THERE TOMIGHI I'M f.T> I*"?. Kin.; r.-.ii.irei Syndic..!,. Inc.. World righll larvcj 3O 1 IT'S TIMS FOR HIM TO COME HOME-OPEN THE PROMT POOR ANJC? SEE IP VOU CAN) SEE HIM > COMING UP THE STREET In the Refrigerator Thawing Out! By Chic Young BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Tsk! Tsk! By Edgar Martin RED RYDER Sudden Change of Tune ByJFredHarman ^JSI^GERJHAT AIN'T THE HALF \/ TOO BAD HE YUH BE1 , , YORE BooTSfJ'l (-THIS "DRINK'S WORTH . _ IOOO REVOARD . NOW ONl'rt SlTTlN 1 THIS CHASE OUT ' Sf SL4SFM^ 1HAI.HOSS o\ M RuK)J(CRIPPLED YOUR IIS PAPPV MU^T'UP RPCM rwiiM -^y\ pii\jto' \^E CAN'1 Gi\E v . HOW ABOUT A DRINK OF HIS PAPPV fAUST'VE B 1 AN 1 / SOMEBODY'S' V P1ZE.NED , (YORE" UATER.' (ASKING LOVE TO A BEHIND,^ LITTLE BEAVER/ R2R.A WHILE RXT)ER?/JYOU^E C50TTA ALLEY OOP u j/-' J "KS[ A C-V"-"V-' «&/^ &. M! i4°^ 'Wv&^fazf&&> 2 if -i ? &*!S^fV&v&&' p and Over 1 SURE MADE A OF THIMGS, BUT THIS AFFAIR AIWT GONJMA BE QUITE AS HARD OM ME AS IT IS ON) TH' BOYS IM KIWG JTOHKJ'S PATR.OL / FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By V. T. Hamlin Can It Be True? BECAUSE THEY'RE WOT EVEM GOMMA LAY EYES OM ME AGAIM...AT LEAST MOT A SPELL..' :i^^:'^;V;^/^vM^;[i t Af?^ YOU AND JUNe A GOINfS TO THE SHINDIG I OVER IN KINSS7OM ? I TELL THEM TO HURRY OR WE'LL BE LATE / SOME BIG SHOT ECONOMIST is GONNA LECTURE ON "THE BUDGEF AMD WHAT IT MEANS To THH HOME */ By Merrill Blosser IF A FIVE- LESSED row CAME WALKING IN RIGHT* NOW , AND STARTED BARKING LIKE A DOG I'D BELIEVE IT./ ' '
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