Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 15, 1943 · Page 2
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MOPE STAR, HO Pt, e Sto .' «f Hop*. 1*99; Pftot 192>, tttttlkfattd January 18, 1929. u «v«ry wMk-dqy afternoon bf SMf Publishing Co. Inc. t p«lfti*tand Alex, H. Washbwn) Wlltamo 212-2T4 Sfcuth Walnut Street, Hope Atk. THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 8 22-3tdh t* t. MtMIR, Fr«ttt>*rtt , H. WASHiURN, Editor and Publisher j as second class matter at the posfofftce at Hope, Arkansas, under the A<» of Match 3, 1897. (At>)—Means Associated Press •' •«-«-— Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n i S»btttlpt!on Nate (Always Payable ... By city carrier, per week !5c, Im( ».«*™, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana .u<aye«te courtttes. $3.50 per year, else fher* $o.SO. K Member «t The Asiottated Press; The ^Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to Like use for republication of all news dis- Spatches -Credited to n or not otherwise tctedited In »h.« paper and also the toco ihews published herein. |f>" Notional AdY«rtl«fng RepfesentottVe- 5 -fclVoma* Dalliel, Int.; Memphis Tenn I, Sterrek Building; Chicago, 400 North Mlch- I laon Avenue; New York City. 292 Madison JTAvS; Detroit Mich, 2842 W Grand Blvd ^Ofetohomo City, 4! 4 Terminal IBdq ; Ne kiOf leans. 722 Union St. f*'T,~Charg»s «*n Tribute*, We.: Charqes will b« 4" mod* for all tr.butes, cards of thanks, reso » x TuMorw or memorials, concerning the de r ported. Corrimerctal newspapers hold to tht I policy In the news columns to protect thei / reaSrs from a deluge of space taking me * morals. The Star disclaims responsibility * to the safe-keeplng or .eturn of atv ^~ unsolicited manscripts Classified J Ads must be In office day before * publication. t All Wont Ads cosh in advance 1 Not token over the Phone. 'biw tlmt—le word, minimum 30e 5ft ttmef—5c word, minimum 7Se ,Three times—3Vie word, minimum 50e One niorrfh—TBe Word, minmium $2.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" Wanted td Rent SI DEFIANCES f) 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-Gtp MY HOME (NOT JUST A HOUSE), the last of April. 3^i miles north on highway 4. Five rooms, lights, water, gas. Three acres and 100 shade trees. SB Mrs. Garland Darwin, phone 22-F-ll. 10-Gtp BEDROOMS FOR RENT. 517 South Main St. 12-3tp THREE ROOM NICELY FUR- nished apartment. Close in. No children. Mrs. M. E. Edgington. 505 South Walnut. Phone 1040. 15-3tpl THREE HOUSES WITH VICTORY ! garden, also poultry place. See Warren Nesbitt. Btevins. On S. G. G. road and bus line. 15-6tp Wanted to Buy 100 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. 2-tf CHILD'S PLAY PEN. APPLY Hope Star office. Telephone 768. 10 TONS OF GOOD LESPEDEZA hay. Glynn C. Bailey, Guernsey Depot. 10-6tp For Sale LESfEDEZA AND JOHNSON ' "grass hay. Also cottonseed, ?D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden '41-A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder See T S ' ' 30-tf 40 TO 120 ACRE FARM IN HEMP stead County. See Jesse Prince at E. W. Powell's, 12 miles south of | Hope on Highway 29, before Sat-! urday. March 20. 15 Otp • FOR SAjUE OR TRADE: HORSES '. and mules, at Garrett's Gm Lot I6-26tp "MODERN UNFURNISHED house, 509 South Walker. May Jtave possession in 10 days or two weeks. See Mrs. John E. Mulloy, .phone 1047-W. 9-6tp :ONE GOOD'SADDLE HORSE 17 mules, from 3 to 4 years old :'S£e"C. F. Baker on the J. L 'Goodbar farm, 6 miles from Hope on Columbus highway ll-6tp Deaths Last Night By the Associated Press Edward Percy Howard Lynbrook, N. Y., March 15 — (#1—Edward Percy Howard, 74, former newspaper executive and editor - in - chief of Pathe News j Reel until his retiremant 10 years ago, died last night. He was a native of England. Lucius Root Eastman Scarsdale, N. Y., March 15 — (JP) — Lucius Root Eastman, 69, food merchant and founder and first president of the American Arbitration association, died last night. WOOD -AND SAW LOGS. •See W. E. Robins, Ozan, Ark. JRo«te 'One. 15-3tp Notice Helen Dare San Francisco, March 15 (fP). — Helen Dare, 86, newspaper feature writer and foreign correspondent for 25 years before she retired seven years ago, died last night. Dr. Pieter Cornelius The Hague, Netherlands, March — Dr. Pieter Cornelius 73, Greek scholar and died SEWIN.G MACHINES, BOUGHT _.._ "sold, ; arid repaired. One new Sing- 15 — (f. 'er Vacuum Cleaner and Button-1 Boutens, u, v^»>->-r. -,^..^.1.. * :; hoie attachments for sale. See | famous Netherlands poet, -.-~ "James E. Allen, 621 South Fulton i i ast n j g ht. He was born at Middle- St., Phone 322-J. 16-lmpd 1 burg TO INCOME TAX PAYERS. LETJ Dr _ Bert wi | son .us-help you with yonr irtcome, Wasningtont Maich 15 —(/P)—Dr. Tax Reports. Married persons Bert Wllson 64j formcr president with Gross income (not net in- Q£ Eureka (IU , co n e ge and a lead- come) of $120000 must file tax I DlsClp i es of Chnst church, report even thought no tax is due d , ', ht Single men must file with gross cuecl la ^ 1 nl " nl income of $500.00 Paul Simms will be at my office on week-ends. Will oe av niy uiuuc u» w CC ^-«.— Heat-treated akimim.m Will be there myself at all times. | must be kept very cold until they Bring records of Receipt and Ex-1 are used, to prevent hardening. penditures to my office. We will', .do the rest. J. W. Strickland ' 11-tf I SEND ME YOUR NEW •jrtewal subscriptions magazine published. Reynerson. City Hall OR RE- for any Charles 1-lmch Hold Everything % FOR SALE- TWO YEAR OLD Epses, lOc each Shrubs o£ all iKihds. Priced reasonably. Apple trees, 25c; Pecan trees, $1.00. All •other fruits trees. Will he at 1 Buridy's Service Station, 3rd and Shover, all day Thursday, March .18. Mrs. T. L. Alston, the Rose Woman from -Amity, Arkansas. !5-3tch For Sole or Trade 15 HEAD OF YOUNG MULES AND mares. 2 jersey milk cows. Saddles. Two and half miles south of Spring Hill on the King Place. See Raymond Martin. 4-15tp! A ify TON 1936 DODGE TRUCK w.ith good tires. In service now Will be reasonable. 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