Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 17, 1942 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 17, 1942
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•;> v FOUR Classified You con talk to only one man Want Ads talk to Thousands SELL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP Afl Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone One tlm«—2e word, minimum 30e Three times—3 Vie word, minimum S0e Six time*—Se word, minimum 7Se One month—1 Be word, minimum $2.70 Rat«$ ore tot continuous Insertion* only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sole MOLES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp 2-YEAR-OLD ROSES, ALL KINDS lOc. Also have shrubs. Mrs. Alston at Bundy & Son Station. Third and Shover. 17-2tp 1936 HUPMOBILE, 4 DOOR SEDAN new battery, overhauled motor. Leaving town, will sell at a bargain. Call 255-W. 802 E. 3rd. St. 14-6tp Trailers For Sale HOUSE-TRAILERS NEW, 1942 AND used. Buy like rent. On Texarkana Highway 67. Two miles. 14-6tp Wanted to Trade FOUR-DOOR SEDAN IN. EXCEL- lent condition, five good tires; trade for good pickup truck. City Market, 112, E._ Tthird, Hope ll-6tc. For Rent NICE FRONT BED ROOM. PRIVATE entrance. Adjoining bath. Would share kitchen. Mrs. G. C. Stewart. 623 North Elm. Phone 889-W. 12- tf ROOM WITH GOOD, WELL-BAL- anced meals. For one or two men. Select neighborhood. Phone 238 14-3tp FURNISHED ONE-ROOM APART- ment. All bills paid. Also front bedroom. Mrs. C. A. Williams 710 north Elm. Phone 786-J -4-3tch Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see ug - 21-30tc Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp WE SAVE YOU MONEY IN BUYING Selling, and Trading. New and second hand furniture. We carry NEW BEDROOM SUITES, Studio Couches, Occasional -Rockers and Mattresses. "WE SELL FOR LESS" Located by Saenger Theatre. IDEAL FURNITURE STORE. 4-l mp Hope Star Star of HOM, 1899; Pratt 1927, Conioll- ooted January 18, 1929. Published ev«rv week-day offer noon by if C * St , ar Publishing Co. Inc. «! «. «/ Q 'r tier , at * d A ' ex H - Washbum) at the Star building, 2)2-214 South Walnut street, Hope. Ark. AUX. H. Entered os seconcT class matter of the Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897 IMCAI ( '\ P .'— Mea "s Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rate {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Mempstcad, Nevada, Howard, Miller and ' $3 ' 5 ° Per year; el Member of The AssocloUd Presi: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for rcpublication of all news dis- ^ f red L' ed to !t or not otherwise ?« M- u If E aper and als ° tn news published herein. * g Representative— s Dolllef. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Bui ' dln a; Chicago, 400 Nor"h 1 Avnue- New York City 507 !' e J ue A 1 ., l - )etro '' t ' Mich - 28 42 W. ' Oklahoma Cit V' 4U Terminal Wanted to Rent 3 OR 4 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Close in. Phone 149-J. 17-3tp Services Offered 2 ROOM APARTMENT UNFURNISH- ed or partly furnished. 218 West Ave. C. Private entrance. Phone 870-J. 16-3t P FRONT BED ROOM WITH USE OF kitchen. Close in. Adults only. 518 West Division street. mnrfo ? 0 1, Tr *«f«, Etc.: Charge will be mode for all tributes, cards of thanks H.nlVJ'T'V Or me Torlals. concerning the hi. r I ?' C 9 ml ?erciol newspapers hdld to his pol|ry in the news columns to pro£• J. elr reod . er s from a deluge of space- on S Wllt ve T r ' C /h TH 1 l' ar Claims r«- onsibillty for the safe-keeping or return >_f any unsolicited manuscripts Imprisonment Costs The cost of maintaining a comvict m prison is estimated to be 5435.19 n year, while the cost of supervising a convict on parole is $46.81 annually. Australian Sport Lassoing kangaroos is a special event at some Australian rodeos, with the cowboys keeping tile animals when they catch the min this fashion 3 BEDROOMS. CONVENIENT TO bath. 401 South Shover. Phone 423-J 16-3tc TWO LARGE ROOMS FOR RENT, with board. Connecting bath. 4 men or 4 women. 403 W. Division Phone 71. 17_3 tp ROOMS & COTTAGES, FURNISHED for light housekeeping. North of Hope on Old 67. Just outside city limits. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-ll. . Lost WIDE TAN CAMEL-HAIR BELT to coat. Please return to Mrs. Doyle Reaves at Cox Drug Co. 17-3tp LADIES BROWN WOOLEN PURSE. Containing money, check to A. N. Stroud, valuable papers, keys, and fountain pen, and bank book. Re, war. Call at Hope Star, or call 15 at Washington, 12-tfc 2 WELFARE CHECKS: MADE TO Elba Knight and James Stewart Tuesday in Hope. Return to J. W White or Hope Star. 14-3tp 556 SERVICE STATION. CARS Washed nad greased $1. Called for and delivered. All business appreciated. ll-8tp. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Lieut. John D. Bulkeley commanded tiny torpedo boa't which slipped into Jap-held harbor and sank a 5000-ton enemy craft. 2. Capt. James P. Devereaux commanded 400 Marines who held out 14 days against Jap forces on Wake Island. 3. Capt. Colin P. Kelly lost his life dive-bombing his plane to sink a Jap battleship. 4. Maj. Thomas J. H. Trapnell, former West Point football star, won distinguished service cross for single-handed feat of setting fire to Philippine bridge while enemy guns blazed at him. j 5. Gen. Douglas MacArthur gal- • lantly commanded United States ' forces holding out against Japs in Philippines. Finland's Pre-War Fleet Before the war, Finland's fleet consisted of two coast defense ironclads, four gunboats, seven motor torpedo boats, three mine-layers and five submarines. • NOTICE • Erie Ross is now employed by Keith's Barber Shop New Location on E. 3rd Next to Checkered Cafe 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 FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR :i WATCH CRYSTALS 35c All Work Guaranteed Purina Feeds, Get Best Results Made by the Purina Mills in FortCSstrategic points throughout the nation \V/\»*<h nn»I c-i-il.l !>* TI^..,. 1 4i-„ i . • ,1 . .„., ... Lost or Strayed FROM MY PLACE ON ROSSTON highway Monday: one dark brown mare mule with white spot on shoulder. Wt. about 900 Ibs. Notify P. A. Lewis 14-3tc. ' Death Rate-Down The tuberculosis death rate of North Carolina • during 1939 was -51.0 per 100,000 of.the population, as compared with 52.7 in the proceeding year. ;:Are you going to take this lying down?" boomed the candidate. "Of course not," said a voice from the rear of the hall, "the shorthand reporters are doing that." Worth and sold in Hope by the Feeders Supply Co. Purina Stock, Dairy and Poultry Feeds are products of unexcelled quality. Managed by Earl B. Allen, who is also ."Your Purina Feeding Advisor." In the past few years, experiment and study on the part of the nationally-known feed manufacturers and State agricultural colleges has revealed that rations for either stock or poultry must consist of something more than farm grains if the most profit is to be realized. Farm grains are splendid when used as a base, but should be -supplemented with other elements to obtain the ma.xmium in profit. The Feeders Supply Co., together with the Purina Mills have been particularly active in seeking out and passing on to the local stockmen and poultry raisers the facts concerning feeds which get results. The Purina Mills is a National institution. With mills located at and now in their 48th year, it is the oldest and largest manufacturers of commercial feeds in the world. Purina feeds are made from the best of grain combined with high quality concentrates, necessary to produce a scientifically balanced feed. The formulas by which they are mixed were arrived at after years of experimental work conducted on the'Purina Mills Experimental farm of hundreds of acres at St. Louis, Mo, Purina Feeds are not made to compete with other feeds in price, but they are made to produce the greatest possible results for their cost, results which have been proven by experiment and which are not approached by other feeds on a dollar-for-dollar basis. The Feeders Supply Co. invites you to consult them about your feeding problems and allow them to furnish you with literature and information which will help you to plan an intelligent and profitable feeding program. Adv. OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams SOM£ LEFT*OVER HASH IN THIS DISH,AN' SOME COLD STEW IN THI9 BOWL- BUT LISTEN NOW; I DQNT WANT VOU TO GO FAR ON THIS HIKE/ YOU DON'T HAVE TO TELL ME/ THE BALLAST HOPE STAR, H © ? e, A R K AN 8 A 3 Tuesday, F ebfuory 17, 1942 By Roy Crane ^ ,.. WASH TUBBS A Dirty Trick LATEC.' LISKA HAS BEEN! WORRIED, COMMANDER L NOW THAT MX) ABE SAFELY &ETURNED. SHE WILL BE RELIEVED BUT SURELY THERE t TAL,. A— 7 ISA HlDDEWWESSAiSei I TAKE APART / HE TRUSTS ME. THIS EVEN THE CARTRIDGES AMERICAN. HE TAKE ...THERE IS NOTHIN6V ME INTO HISARMSAND * WHISPER WTO WY HAR, HE TBLt ME SO.' INSTEAP OF you MAklWfl F00L , LISKA, HE MAKE A W0L OF A Sr rip-Tease Navy Thimble Theater (THIS UNIFORM is MIME! . VA KIW !->,, *-., 1A . kl . v . ,_ HAVE LUIMPW'5 -T, ° H ' THANK VOU UMIFORM -r-+s VTOO MUCH, SIR] EMOOF THE UMIFORKJ PROBLEM MO, IT ISN'T! I.SAU) IT ARF.' ARF' 6EWTLGMEM THAT OIAS A «=>CURW TRICK — EMTIREL.V UNCALLEDi FOR; ... SOUR HOOK'S OFFA MV UNIFORM! 1C mi, Kin t PtjIuTO Syndiciic. I,K.. Wok! rtjhu r«>v«J DONALD DUCK Into the Swim of Things! HELIQ DAISY! SAY- CAM'T WE ffKIP THIS AtA-JQUSPADE TONKSWTf THE -WEATHER'S • TERRIBLE ! NO! WE ACCEPTED THE INVITATION ANP WE'RE GOING! •£f' WHATS MORE, WEAR AN APPROPRIATE COSTUME! THE PARTY & TO HAVE A NAUTICAL THEME ! \\ER.v\AlD AND CJONJ'TSAV DON'T GAWK, \ TOOTS ! J I'M ... j APPROPRIATE .' BLONDIE The Wisdom of Colomon By Chic Young 111>' WE'LL LET ALEXANDER '/ r^c/'inrr \A/I \\s~\ \ /-*r— i \f+ WHICH OF US SHE LOOKS TWE _ MOST LIKE J~ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Entirely Different By Edgar Martin RED RYDER The Trail Grows Warm By Fred Harmon M ABOUT iucKER£.p guTtOO,UTfLE BEAVER—HAVE SHED THESE:, r (AMD OFF GOES ,'rilS CARTRIDGE BE15' LEAD'S Tbo H&,VY BUT I'LL JUST TUCK THE SHOO16.F2. IM5IDE. /AY TRDUSE.RS AMI FltTJDRlMK,BETH Sw rVNOwS ANOTHER ALLEY OOP And No Wonder ByV.T. Hamlin 1OW YOU'RE GONNA . ^ BACK OUT OW ME, EH? j VOU I ALWAYS KWEW YOU WERE A COWARD/ SCAREP OF A . ~ - - ^-- • ->' AS KIMG OF MOO ITlS tfS^g'SW) MY Y |^!1 T ° IT SAFE TO MESS _!/ POSE THEM AROUND WITH... 7\ PAKK3ER/' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser GOSH/ AMD 1 '{rOiJOHT YOU'D WANNA BOIL Me *j OIL RDR. BUT i PlWCHED SHOULD I? YOU " AS ^5 N ^ AS ™ e POLICE DEPARTMEMT s OM ns Toes, WE DONT CARE MERE'S WHAT THE _...,_ " '"•' • •>"-— I •• v| | | >n^| f^l-i~n*±s ± \. J\JLJ TilAr Fcvice-CAR/ ./DID THE DEPARTMENT TRUMPET HAS TO SAY*— MD ' TOES IT HAPPENS TO QETOM, A GOOD TURN/ AMD THE MAVOR-'S PLEASET THEM BROTHER. PAID A RNE OF $?.? FOR SPEEOINQ YeSTERDAY / i-PAT. orr. I rf 2V7

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