Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 13, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 13, 1943
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e Star «t M6p», 1899; Pfe* \9ft. lH6t«d Jcmuory 18, 1929. afternoon bf Inc. lex - . H - Washbum) . 212-214 soum woinut strfeet, Hope Ark. C. t. PALMER. PfttbwM H. WASHBURN, Editor Ortd Publisher ' Ehfered o» second class matter at the Ptetoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Art Of March 3, 1897. Associated Press Enterprise Ass'n. $*btetfpt>eft Rot* (Always Payable in Advtm**): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hernfrttead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ona Latayvtte Counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere S6.SO. Member of the Associated Press: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled tc the Use for republicatlon of all news dispatches credited to ft or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local Wcws fcubfished herein. , National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. Sterlck Building; Chicago, 400 North Mlch- taan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal iBdq.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for aH tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning, the de- aarted. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space-taking me- woriors. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-fceeping or ieturri ot any unsolicited monscripts. Classified v • • ' Ads must be in office day before publication. All Wont Ads cash in advance. Not token over the Phone. ' One time—2c word, minimum 30c Six times— 5e word, minimum 75c Three times—3&c word, minimum SOe On* month—18c word, minmium $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only ''THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." Wanted to Rent THRfiE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 22-3tdh WANTED TO RENT OR BUY house. Write full details to J. Ruffin White. 2515 Fairfax Ave. Nashville. Tenn. 8-7tp For Rent THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS in Sawmill Quarters northeast of Handle mill. $7.50 a month. Water furnished. D. M. Vineyard, the Grit Man. 9-6tp MY HOME (NOT JUST A HOUSE), the last of April. 3Vi miles north on highway 4. Five rooms, lights, water, gas, Three acres and 100 shade trees. Se Mrs. Garland Darwin, phone 22-F-ll. 10-6tp THREE-ROOM HOUSE. GARDEN space. S10 a month. A. A. Rogers. t'A miles on S. P. G. road. ll-3tp TWO NEWLY DECORATED UN- furnished rooms. Private entrance. 200 Oak Street. ll-3tp BEDROOMS FOR South Main St. RENT. 517 l2-3tp SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh W«ih trtbt The Modern Way •tva!!, By Roy Cfon* ' AM S'EJf Of ALL, A dWajALf V^fTHE FRONT MIL RECeiVE \ EXCELLENT TREATMENT JUST AS PROMPTLY, H6 CARftlBS A ] SULFA PdWPEK ft) BB APPLIED TO A WOUND IMM6WAfEi.y, ME I RECEIVES PLASMA, IF NE(TeS£AR>{ JUST BEHIND THE LINES,, AMO \S EQUATED &Y AIR T(5 A ' WPLErgLy E<7UIPF>£P BASE HOSPITAL WITHIN A fSN HOURS THREE ROOM NICELY FUR- nished apartment. Close in. No children. Mrs. M. E. Edgington. 505 South Walnut. Phone 1040. 12-3tch For Sole or Trade 15 HEAD OF YOUNG MULES AND marcs. 2 jersey milk cows. Saddles. Two and half miles south of Spring Hill on the King Place. See Raymond Martin. 4-15tp A 1% TON 1936 DODGE TRUCK with good tires. In service now. Will be reasonable. Jesse J. Samuel. 11-Gtpj For Sale Lost LESPEDEZA AND JOHNSON j SMALL RED COIN PURSE. CON- grass hay.. Also cottonseed, 'D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder. See T. S. McDavitt. 30-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE: HORSES and mules, at Garrett's Gin Lot, 16-26tp MODERN UNFURNISHED house, 509 South Walker. May h&ve possession in 10 days or two weeks. See Mrs! John E. Mulloy, phone 1047-W. 9-6tp ONE CHATTANOOGA 3-HORSE riding disc plow. Like new.'See Doc Zimmerly this week, Telephone 672-J. ll-3tch taining $12.00 or more. Was lost at the Post Office Thursday afternoon. Reward for return to Mrs. Benny Goodwin. 915 West 6th Street. 13-ltp ONE GOOD SADDLE HORSE AND 17 mules, from 3 to 4 years old. See C. F. Baker on the J. L. Goodbar farm, 6 miles from on Columbus highway. '' Road Bonds Little Rock, March 12 —UP)—The state refunding board today called for a tender March 26 of highway refunding bonds maturing not later than April 1, 144, for investment of $94,156.36 which has accumulated in the highway cushion fund. Any part of the amount not invested in the highway bonds may be invested in direct obligations of the federal government, Refunding Director Frank Storey said. The board also approved $545 expenses of the refunding office for the past four months and heard Governor Adkins discuss this ( year's general assembly legisla I tion.' ' ' Notice BUY YOUR GARDEN SEED • early as we now have complete stock of high quality seed. White tag Korean and Kobe lespedeza. i Market advancing on seed, and! you will save money to buy early. { In the .market for Whipperwill j and crowder peas, cattle and gov-1 eminent loan cotton. • E. M. Me-! Williams Seed Store, Hope, Ar- j Kansas. 13-lmch SEWING MACHINE6, BOUGHT,! sold and repaired. One new Singer Vacuum Cleaner and Button-. hole attachments for sale. See j James E. Allen, 621 South Fulton, St. Phone 322-J. 16-lmpd Deaths Last Night By The Associated Press John P. Hardin9 Chicago, March 13 —W)—John P. Harding, 76, president of the Chicago Civil Service commission, operator of a chain of Chicago restaurants and former president of the Washington Park race track. Today in Congress By The Associated Press Senate In recess until Tuesday. House In recess. TO INCOME TAX PAYERS. LET us help you with your income Tax : Reports. Married persons with Gross income (not net income) of $1200.00 must file tax report even thought no tax is due. Single men must file with gross income of $500.00 Paul Simms will be at my office on week-ends. Win be there myself at all times. Bring records of Receipt and Expenditures to my office. We will do the rest. J. W. Strickland. 11-tf SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE- newal subscriptions for any magazine, published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch Wonted to Buy JOO COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. 2-tf CHILD'S PLAY PEN. APPLY Hope Star office. Telephone 768. JO TONS OF GOOD LESPEDEZA hay. Glynn C. Bailey, Guernsey Depot. 10-6tp Hold Everything co". mi a< HEA SEBVICE. IMC. T. M, nee, u. «. P«T. art "Gosh, this Commando training is great stuff!" OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams WHAT? GOING TO PAINT OVER. THAT EMICT? WHV, VOU PAINT OVER DIRT.' IT TEUS YOU RIGHT OM THE CAM TO CLEAN IT FICST-- LOOK UNDER THERE-SET ME A OJOTH AMD WHV MOTHERS <SET Thimble Theater Journey's End!" DROP W HARPOON W'G'IUAN, WHO'S 8'FORE I MAKES VAEAt ITJ6CABED OF mauj DROP W HARPOON COPR. 1943 BY NEA se&VICE/INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. Off. By Walt Disney Merry-Go-Round! Donald Duck This will be my first.solo Hight." FUNNY BUSINESS GOOD TLir?N> DESERVES DCMT MENTlOM IT, DEWEY! . , YEAH. WtL.L.1 WAA! ^ I HIM RIGHT BACK! LOUIE HIT ME! I \ ABOUT IS PLAV!" I TOLD HIN\ THAT AND GEE. THAT'S A GOOD SAVING. UNCA DONALD! .. THANKS! AND SMACKED HIM, BUT HE SAID, By Chic Young Whispering Tenor Gets Solid Booking! THESE MA£>A~IME£ AMP S WANTS TO KNOW IP L VOU P JUST AS 'R SOOU tfE "The trombone and sax players arc still fending 1 THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson By Edgar Martin Boors and Her Buddies , WO '-! O'SOX . •\Wt Vi\\OV"L tMK "We. WERE BUILT UP BY FROM A POINT ABOUT \<&,OOO FEET BELOW THE LEVEL OF THE SEA. By V. T. Hamlln On the Warpath EE, |-V\RSHAL, THANKS 1-ER—OH-'OH.' RED,I'LL GIVE iou A PfJOVIll^TOTH' SHcWFFO'PlrtE GULCH YOU WERE FEVNED TOR CRIMES.' GUE55 TOU'LL BE TO t-\KE. IT TO HANDLE-BAR" •-eWl P£R5ONA.L,Eri? (3 HERE ARE NO TRUE CEDAR TREES NATIVE TO NORTH AMERICA/ STOP I'LL GIT YUH FER.THIS.' WHISKERS AOW AH'LL K/LL YUH DA/P LIKE" AH 70/-D I'M GIVE THE NATIONALITY OF THESE FOLK SONGS/ By Fred Harmon Unhand Me, Villain ANSWER: Scotch, Russian,' Mexican and Irish. NEXT: Don't molest the Insects! I'VE GOT THE \ HOLP IT, DOC/ AMSWER TO I PLAV FEEBLE / THAT'S THAT RIGHT / AMD DLJNAB.' HERE IM y WHATTHBV MY HIP } DOM'T KNOW POCKET.' J WILL HURT 'EM MORE, LATER.' IWPEE.D THEY ARE, I30CTOR..., UWSCRUPULOUS REWEGADES... I FEAR. WE'RE IM FOR. A BAP TIME' SO OUC2 OLD INDESTRUCTIBLE OOP \<5> OUT COLD... NOW ISKJ'T THAT JU5T TOO BAD? OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople JOVJE/T. VOlM THE PRON\ ! "DULL , ISN'T . SPIDER.' — I &OT\ THE ' T <' A\M'T RisKiM' ^^^/ ) ASSETS AGAIM'ST z 30 CEf^TS '6PECIALLN NOT TASKFORCE: DICE O' €>TROLL UP TO ROOM. BOR.E.'OOAA V^ITH A P&.VO By Merrill Blotter Freckle* and His Friends I WONDER WHAT LARD WOULD GIVE FOR A OF THIS CAKE ? GOSH, L WAS SORRY—-BUT YOU'RE HAVIN6 A /AN HONORARY DEPOT/, GOOD TIME (AND DUTY COMES FIRST./ AT THAT PART// AS LONG AS YOU HAVE THAT BADGE, WE CAN CALL ON YOU ANY TIME we NEED EXTRA HELP/ JUST SORT OF A ROLL CALL-FOR CIVILIAN DEFEMSE'. WE WANNA SEE HOW MANX MEN ARE ffir? ]**»*«/ O COR.L UP WITH A GOOD

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