Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 12, 1942 · Page 4
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HOM 1TAH, MOPI, ARKANSAS ' W I If A<(« mtoll be in office day before publication You ddn talk to only one man Wont Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP MJtWant Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone * tliM— i« ward, minimum 30e Three times—3 l/,c word, minimum 50c tUn**-—5e word, minimum 75c One month—18c word, minimum $2.70 Kotes or* tor continuous iruar'tonx only [•%'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sol* NICE REGISTERED COCKER pointer puppies. Puclgitts Ken, 3 miles South on 29. lS-30tp 3N SEEfr, t> &PL 12, STONE- 2»B, first year from breeder. Alfalfa, LeSpedza, and oJhn- grass. fee T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf IQRSES & MULES. PART DOWN balance in fall. All sizes and ages. e Dorsey McRae, Jr., at McRae oplement Co. 23-14tc DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp INORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI- flimphs. Cotton Seed. Stoneville 2-B, PI, and ROWDEN 41. See me [tfcfore buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp PAIR YOUNG MULES, ONE 4 AND fW 5 y^ars old, Wt 1100 Ibs. each. ; If interested see R. A. Johnson late Siti afternoon' or Sundays. ll-12tp For Rent .BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS rom down town. Private entrance private conveniences to couple without children, business women or Men preferred. 116 West Ave. 24-3tdh IfiARGE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT fto bath. For men or women. 520 gNorth Washington. 7-6tp JE BEDROOM, INNER-SPRING IJnattress, two large closets. Private ^entrance. Phone 657-W, 801 S. Main. ll-3tc ^FURNISHED 4-ROOM APARTMENT. 8 Newly decorated. Private bath. iHectric refrigerator and garage. No lft/children or pets. Mrs. Anna Judson 0 North Elm. Phone 925-J. 10-3tc ONE-HALF OF MODERN HOUSE. ^'Unfurnished. Close in. Private front back entrance. Also small furn- apartment. Mrs Tom Carrel. jPhone 164. 10-tf L ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, ^private entrance. Mrs. Raymond % Smith, 606 S. Hamilton. 10-3tp ITPREE ROOM FURNISHED MOD' ern apartment' and also five room ^furnished apartment. Jas. H. Ben- J&'ipett. 110 N. Washington St. 9-3tp ROOM APARTMENT, UN- Couple only. 401 South J3m. . 12-ltp ROOM, ALSO iONE . ROOM partment, apply 500 W. Division. ' 12-3tp |5'?OOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECORAT- ""jfd. Will rent all or part 3rd and S/Shover. Snack SKop. WHEEL CHAIR. PHONE 212 E. J. Baker. 9-3tc m -ROOM FURNISHED APART- fanent. Water, Lights and Garden ,On Highway 4, on Rosston Road, 3% miles. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. ..9-6tp ROOM FURNISHED APART- jnent. Electric refrigerator. Utilities paid. Also nice bedroom, innerspring mattress. Phone 712- J. 402 N, Hervey 10-3tp Room and Board EXTRA WELL BALANCED HOME- cooked meals, also room for one or two men. 723 S. Elm. Phone 238. 10-Gtc Notice DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then why wait? See Miss Mary Logging in charge of our Hope School located in thfi Carrigan Building and ask about our Special Civil Service Course that will prepare you quickly for a Civil Service examination. The government needs thousands of stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12tc Found BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5 or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hope Rt. 1. Box 10. 23-10tp Wanted to Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment, or small unfurnished house Call 532-W. 7-tf-dh Wanted NEW OR RENEWED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reynerson, City Hall. 7-12tc WILL BUY OR RENT TYPEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor. Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. 10-Gtc Hope Star Star of Hop*, 1899; Press 192/, COMOll- dottd Jonuory 18, 1929. Publ!sh*d every week-day after noon by Star Publishing Co. inc. (C. E. Polmer and Alex H. Woshburn) Ot the Star building, 212-2M South Walnut street, H6pe, Ark. . „ . C. I. PALMER, President ALW. H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publlihtt Entered as seconcf class matter at the Postoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA>—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote (Always Payable In Advance): B» city carrier, per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Press: Th« Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallle:. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterlck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue' New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue' Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldo. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news colurrins to protect their readers from a deluge of space- taklrfb memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Hempstead County Democratic primary election: Sheriff & Collector FRANK J. HILL County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL Lost BLACK PATTEN LEATHER PURSE, containing important papers, SPG Badge, federal auto sticker. Finder may keep $10 for return of Bag. to Mrs. Alma Campbell, Chief SPG Clerk, Phone, SPG Extension 48 or, 830, lo-ltp Air School MEN AND WOMEN, 18-45 VITALLY needed by aircraft' factories. You must be traced and.w good physical condition. 'See our representative, Mr. Mills at Barlow Hotel, Thursday or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dallas. 3-3tp Salesman Wonted APARTMENT! PRI- r -yate bath. Utilities paid. Available March 18. 603 West 4th. Can be anytime before 5 p. m. ll-3tp Furniture For Sale |HANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 117 |-"South Km Street. We are selling tj! cut and all- furniture must go. *f,Jflany outstanding buys. Come in today. All sales final. 20-tf MEN OR WOMEN FOR RAWLEIGH Route in Hempstead County. Line includes over 200 daily necessities. Employment situation best in many years. Exceptional opportunity for hustler. Write at once. Rawleigh's Dept. AKB-118-213B, Memphis, Tenn., or see Lee H. Boyett, Stamps, Ark. Feb. 19-26, Mar. 5-12 Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. "He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals." 2. "A small leak will sink a great ship." 3. "Hear no ill of a friend, nor speak any of an enemy." 4. "Keep thy shop and they shop will keep thee." 5. "Silks and salins put out the kitchen fire." One whale will furnish as much meat as a hundred cattle. STORIES IN STAMPS •*• •••it«« Murillo Led Fight • To Liberate Bolivia i pEDRO DOMINGO MUHTLLO, precursor of Bolivian independence, , never lived to see his nation freed from Spanish tyranny, but he lighted a torch of freedom that ultimately burned through the Spanish bonds. The stamp above, issued in 1941, commemorates the 130th anniversary of the execution of Murillo. The stamp bears a picture of the popular leader in jail as he awaited execution. Murillo was born in La Paz, capital of Bolivia, in 1759, and studied law. .He had long nurtured the hope of emancipating his country from the yoke of Spain and on July 16, 1809, led a small band of patriots in a coup d'etat in La Paz which successfully ousted the Spanish authorities. Murillo was chosen head of the new government and patriot officials were installed in administra-. tive positions. Independence wa;) proclaimed, but it was not longj before Spanish troops, sent fromj Peru, restored the authority of 1he Crown, * Overwhelmingly outnumbered, the patriots were defeated at Chacaltaya, in October, 1809. Lai Paz was occupied and Murillo jailed. Hundreds of his followers met death at the hands of the vengeful Spaniards and MurillO) was executed in 1810. Bolivia •gained final independence 15 years| later. By J.R.Williams OH, YOUR MA MADE UP WHUT YOU WAS SHORT TO-BUY A' BQNJD/ GOSH, BUT VOU'VE GOT A WOk)- DERFUL MA/ I'M SHORT A LITTLE., TOO, PER MY BOMD '- BUT" GOLLV YOUR MA IS SWELL/ \\\ FURNITURE STORE HAS jnoved next door to Saenger Theater better prices on furniture see - - • 4-lmpd. OUT OUR WAY YHS, 3M GO1NJG POWSJ MOW TO SET .MV BOMD- I WA-S SHORT TWO DOLLARS, MY MOTHER MADE IT UP / THE "SMART CRACK" *~. Thursdoy, Moreh 12, 1941 WASH TUBBS No They Won't By Roy Crane EASy ASKED ME TO LOOK AFTER VOU, LISKA THANK VOU,'MR<OLIVER, I 6ET N\Y THIIJaS FROM MV R«30M NEAR HOTEL. t CATCH ADEW, OR CAIRO, AND WAIT HERE, PLEAS6.IAM REAby SOOM YES, IS BETTER 1 LEAVE THIS PLACE FOR THOSE JA^S WILL NOT WHAT I HAVE DONE .THEM llL SBB THAT WU The Lesser Evil Thimble Theater IDE OXOM'T TRAIM TO FKiHT THE MEMH-rr MI^HT MAKE 'EM MAD AT U<5 IF THE 1 ^ FOUMD OUT ABOUT IT.' ^T2~7~l 4J, King Ftituro Syndicate, Inc, World rtjftw reaervrd -3$& 'socii& HAH-DOM'T TELL ME I MADE HA /. 40U "DID, SIR 1 tUE'VE DECIDED THERE WOULD BE FEWER CASUAL-TIES AMONG US IP U)E TAW&LED OJITH THE THAM UJITH DONALD DUCK A Man of Letters By Walt Disney BLONDIE War Maneuvers in Camp Bumstead GOING IN TWEBA&VSROOM ASJP GET MY SOLDIERS 111111 YOURE TOO NOISY I'LL <3O IN QUIETLY ^ ^ ANDGETVOUR NO, POM'T GO IM THERE.' THE BABY'S SLEEPING SOLPIERSFORVOU By Chic Young WHATEV/ER MAPE YOU THINK VOU WERE QUIET ? 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