two ope Star we«lMkw afternoon bf s SWr Publishing Co. Inc. & fi. PottWf and Alex. H. WdsMSUrfl) fctb» Star buikllna. 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope Ark. <t« t. PAIMER. r,«™.... fit. M. WASHBURN, Editor and Publl«h«f os second class matter at the „„,„>.„ of "Hope, Arkansas, under th« t of March 3, 1897. Wonted to Rent MOPE S A R , M CMP E , A R KANSAS Wash Tubbs Monday, May 24, 1943 By Roy Crane OR FOUR ROOM UN- fumlshc4 apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred, Phone 768 before 1 p. m, Saturday, 12-3tdh For Sale or Rent TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, unfurnished. Near high school. Space for garden and cow. C. K. Weaver. 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City Hall. 1-lmcli Legal Notice For Sale NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the orom- ises described as 222 East Third Street, Hope, Arkansas. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the first day of July, 1943, and tn expire on the 30th day of June, 1944, as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 7, 1938, and Supplemental Regulation No. 19 effective July 10, 1937. RAYMOND ROBINS. Signed by Applicant. SEED PEANUTS. GET CERTIFI- \ »cate from A. A. A. office and buy ( *them for G'/ic per pound. Pedi- 1 greed Stoneville and Rowden ( 41A cotton seed. Dortch's 340 Legal Notice NOTICE •*m couon sccu. i-.un..-i. .= « —i Notice is hereby given that the hybrid seed corn $7.50 bu. Rut- Undersigned will within the time -gers tomato plants, also garden fixed by law to app i y t 0 the Com- .—j t-.^A WC.J, -R M. McWil- m i ss ioner of Revenues of the State 24-lmch I of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at 819 North Hazel 'and field seeds. E. M. i Seed Store. MOTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES I g^eet" Hope"," "Arkansas" Hempstead for the'children, delivered com- County . sand.' P* plete with clean washed -Hempstead County Lbr. Co.. Phone 89. 3tt . The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a falony or other — — been convicted 01 a laiony ur uuici ivj * 'WHIPPOOR-WILL PEAS, $3.50 orime involving moral turpitude; ;* i\ «»*. "UiioViAl Qtt*r»iirl Ar C*f\. \Vnsh-l ti t- i: nn .,r.n I*-, pall Hoot- V*v tV»f> l\ ^ ;: Wash- that no ]i cense to sell beer by the 12-12tch undersigned has been revokec s , :— within five years last past; and | V SHOUMAN PLAYER PIANO, $600 that the undersigned has never been Is "value, will sell for $150. Can in- conv ; c ted of violating the laws o |L spect at 904 West 4th. 18-12tpd tnis s t a te, or any other state, relat m< . I ing tQ the gale of alcoholic liquors CALVIN DOVGLAS' PL.ACE,. By WILLIE CANNON. Subscribed and sworn to befor me this 24th day of May, 1943. PIKE WILSON, (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires April 9, pet bushel . Stroud & Co. ington, Arkansas. „„ CHOW AND COCKER Spaniel i puppies. Dogs boarded by day week or month. Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmpd | ITWO ELECTRIC HEATERS. Small Magic Chef gas stove. Sectional bookcases. Phone 798-J. 22-3tpd „„ 9x12 BURGANDY WILTON broadloom rugs. 100% wool. Practically new. Slightly used cotton 'mattress. Steel Simmons bed. Old 1947. Today in Congress By The Associated Press Senate uiai-tLcaa. ouut» KJ**.**.•".*- — -— — I Considers independent offices style cook stove and refrigerator. ap p ropr i a tions bill. Collins' Encyclopedia. Cheap. conference commi Mrs. Robert Campbell. Phone |£ 476 after 6 p. m. 24-31 ch For Rent I'TWO FURNISHED ROOM APART- ment and 2-room unfurnished apartment. 704 East Division. 18-Gtpd :-FURNISHED APARTMENT. Three rooms and private bath. Gas, refrigerator, automatic heater. Mrs. David Davis. 1002 East Third. Phone 588. 21-3tpd PRACTICALLY NEW, COM- pletely furnished five-room home. Electric refrigerator. Innerspring mattresses. Phone 244. 21-3tpd I?"BEDROOM. INNER-SPRING MAT- tress. Continuous hot water Kitchen privileges if desired. 815 . South Main. Phone 404-W. 21-3tch " TWO-ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Large cool rooms bills paid. Phone 391, Mrs. W. H Olmstead, 622 South Fulton St. 21-3tpd CLOSE-IN. MODERN FURNISHED apartment with two beds. Pape hangers and painters just fin ished redecorating. Private en trances. Utilities paid. See Mr ' ' Tom Carrel, phone 164. 24-3tch Conference committee attempts to adjust Senate-House differences on pay-as-you-go legislation. House Debates move to force consideration of poll tax repeal bill. Banking committee studies request for new funds for Commodity Credit Corporation. Hold Everything 341 B» MA stUVICE. INC. T. M. EEC. U. ». PAT- Orf : "And this is the rnahster's —they say it has a secret entrance!" OUT OUR WAY By J, R, Williams f HT V<IPS UAST THIN&/ voueooM ABOUT VOUR BUSINESS ANE> MV OWN . . WITHOUT LOSINJ - AWV BQRROWEP 'STUFF-JIST A CRACKER/..THIS IN TH' BARROW? WHY, WE'RE CLEAN IN' UP TH' 8ALU GROUNDS... YOU DIDN'T THINK •SHE'P-UH WHV MOTHERS GST By Galbraith $IDf GLANCES HODEEP. THOU5AW06 OF ME W, HUMOR e US OFPLANE5AMD5HIP5 00 THEIR UTMOST TO CLEAR THE SEA LAME OF U-BOATS THE CONVOV 60ESTHRU' W&VN*F*VR£$n Thimble Theater Love Nest for Five!" 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IT LAVS' ONLY OM££GG>A Y£A&, AND CARRIES IT IN A POCKET UNTIL IT HATCHES'. By Fred Harmon PSST/ AM EASTERN -- --^^> MAKE HEB ACQUAINT ANCE —SAVVY? AMD >S. THERE DAMGELR OF BEINiG THEN 'WE'LL REST/ X'NN TIRED OF _>3 RHDIMG, TH' BAMK'S CLOSED MISS DEU-A.' VJE CAM'T LEAVE FOR lN>JUNi COLJMTRV b. TIL.L. TH>S \AFTERMOOM.' A RADIO ANNOUNCER. STUD/OS,' HE STAV5 THERE/' J. ARTHUR. JAMES, BUT.V2ED, HOVJ WILL VJE CA.RGV _ _ AMt> THE SILVER DOLLARS TO BUY THE MAVA.JO RUG HAS ONLY OA/£ INHABITANT PEK SQUARE MILE, WHILE RHODE ISLAND HAS S/JC By V. T. Hamlin Fine Feathers WELL NOW WE'RE I NEH, WE:e& FIV£D UP. AA-L EIGHT / 60RTA FIVEO UP ( X HKVEN'T DEA.VJEO A. FUUL BREOTH FORS^LOPING \ ^INCE I SOT"" -~' ~' A,ROUND A.MCIE.NT , E.W PA.L, ? ANV, LETS JU6T TAKE HIS FISHTIN' T06S / AN WEAPONS AN' / THKT TUCN 'IM LOOSE eOUNDS OKWTO ME 6. I YEP.... SOME GONE! I TVVO THOU6AND ? / VEAE6 BACK. . . COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC 5'2-T T. M. REG. U. 6. PAT. 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