Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 2, 1932 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 2, 1932
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stariig^ i,i^ MtoVt* _ dejiettfing, 'imct tlds con[&&& to deprive fcototy roads : ''' a "Xth.a& by statute is effect on county , iaiWot be planned s^Kttut $& xund& diie p'arbitrarfyk and a con* t;is kept up to avoid paying . was the, slightest doubt the counties not getting their „ ,_ni turnback, aH work on coun- 'jrwds would stop at 'once. Some IbJihW statements say that funds from this one-edit tax have f to retire special road dist to. saVe the districts. This 'All "state highway funds the common pot, and it is '^reasonable, to state that the derived .fK>rn this one-cent ,_ ^tttec? '\o 'pay overhead or to Or: maintain" state highways. Sery' county 'judge wants to co- i%;vdt!h'th£,,state Highway Det in every way and appreci- _ department's present" predica- . ^Eto<w«!Ver,' such tactics as try- lo\gobble up" tiie counties' one- tax! do-riot help the depart- much. .Without this tax, would be in the sarne as the department. Bax- ityVhas had no representative death of W. U. McCabe. But ial session is 'called for the of depriving the counties of ,-e^ceni turnback; no doubt a election will be called to elect itative." . \ 125 YEARS AGO .. ;; i (Continued from page one) y-eight vice-presidents. Besides ; 68 second vice-presidents, and at cashiers. According to datf statement on Decem- J-31st, they have deposits of 1% ffito'dollars. Their captial was list""^"8 millions, and surplus 124 Total resources were but 12 short of two billion dollars, and acquaintances among bankers ara proud of, this • member of their ranks, who is t connected with the Little Rock t, They like to tell how "Charley" i McCain appears at meetings of the y.'Arkansas 'Bankers Association, al- ; ' ; j;ways with,a ready smile and a hearty |f greeting* for these who attend. He ^S-^TJJ^ knows thera all,' especially if • have ever attended former meet- ILLNESS FATAL *. j t '-'"• (Continued fro mpage one) I-' %-'• preached 'the Primitive Baptist faith on Sunday. While he was still a child. Dr. Autry*s parents moved to western Arkansas, where He was edu- ca(ed in private and public schools. Later he attended Buckner College at Witcnerville and William Jewell College of Liberty, Mo. ' At 19, Dr, Autry entered the Baptist ministry, to which he devoted his entjr? life,, He served as pastor at Bopneville, Magazine, Springdale, Dar- ffflTMflHt Hope, Nashville and Little Rock. He was formerly pastor of Pu- 'teski. Heights, Baptist church here. ' Dr, Autry also was an independent evangelist, and an enlistment mission- ,ary of the Home Mission Board of At- Janta, Ga., and bad served as state evangelist in Arkansas and as financial agent for Ouachita College of Arka4eiphia, Dr, Autry was president of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention in 192ft 1921 and 1922. He also had been moderator o f the Pulaski County Association, and a member of the Boards of Trustees of Ouachita and Central colleges and of the Baptist pbfe Institute at New Orleans, La. His associates considered Dr. Autry ij}i iintiswal preacher, and he was suc- Cfs^ful in many revival meetings. He 'waft well known as a debater, and in J}i» earlier days engaged in many re- Pgiou» debates. Dr. Autry was the au- tb^Hf of several books, and also wrote .fffi gaptist papers and magazines. £. ID April, 1891, Dr. Autry married VjgB Mary Esther Nifong. He is sur- Vive4 by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Walter C. Brooks of Russellviile »nd Miss E«rthep Autry, teacher in the ~ Rock public schools; three sons, Autry e! New York city, Dr. Autoy, house doctotr at Baptist hospital, and Paniel Autry, stu- »n the University of Rrkansas Jippl; two b»pth#rs, two sis- two grandchildren, all of [n were present i l arises will be held atj a. m. Wednesday al Immanuel Baptat church in charge of the Hev. | Wft>ttington, pastor, Baptist mm- ; to Little Rock and North Little ; deacons of Immanuel church will { faebonorary p8llbeafer». Burial will bp ifl Roselswn Memorial park. j eowmittee on the in a repprt the to th? U. b, Berwick Suits Now at the Lowest Price on Record Extra Trousers ?4.M Before you buy b eaure to see and examine -those wonderful values; YoU buy them at this price because Ward's store' 1 must close. Dress better for less/ RADIANT GAS HEATERS—Compares with others tha tsell for $25. Hurry, take advantage of.,WARD'S Extremely Low Closing Out Sale Price. Only •ME NSW fi&SGW 8 AS KANoe-fruly'ahead of the Ibsiesf Deslgn-eepearante-feBturefr-ftuaUty-in fftet ahythlhg you might ask for Is yfiurs in WARD'S hew DeSoto Windsor Range and noV you buy it for less ttfen out already ex- KB 4 Qfi tremety low price. $?5.00 value. New only....' ^tMfiWi* THE NEW CABOT (3AS ftANQIMn semUenamel marbsllzed porcelain finish. A new low priced Console Range that is de* stined to be a favorlet because of the value it represents". And now you fcuy it for less. A $37.60 Value. Buy it these-last few days of WARD'S CLOSING OUT CdO Qft SALE for only .':- ,.. 9ft9»99 THE NEW ALL PORCELEM ENAMEL GAS RANOft-Brealh- taking beauty of design, superb finish, and color all brought to you at a' price that makes It far easier for you to enjoy and own htls fine piece of kitchen equipment. $44,95 £4H| QC value. WARD'S Closing Out Sale Price 999*99 WARD'S NEW OBBONY GAS RANGE—All Porcelem enameld. This-feature will .win instant approval, because poreclem en* amel is so easy to clean. Here's real value for your money at it's regular price. But WARD'S Closing Out &9Q QC - - 999*99 WARD'S NEW MOROCCO CIRCULAATING HEATER—A combination of efficiency and beauty that makes this new heater Welcome in any home. W,ARD'S Closing Out Sale makes the price far less than you would tt 1 Q QC .: * I 9u99 Men's Caps Last Year You Would Have Paid $2 For Equal Value 69c New dress patterns. All wool —satin lining- hand shaped. Boys' Knickers Extra Full Cut! Extra Heavy! Best Knicker You Ever Saw at 98C Wear 'em all year. Strong part wool suiting 1 material. Pair) Pillows A. Pair of .Genuine Feather Pillows at Usual Price of $1 $1,00 18x25 in. size. Sterilzed hen feathers in a : durable ticking cover! Save! 50 Pound Mattress Extra Thickness and Comfort Extra Savings at This Price $5.95 Constructed of layers of fine' felt and fluffy cotton. :Strtped ticking cover. Piece Goods FINAL CLEARANCE Dotted Swiss—29c value, sale price 15c Printed Batiste—19c value. Sale price....10c Printed Voil —19c value. Sale price lOc Satin-Back Crepe —98c value. Sale-price 49c •Rayon Crepe—-39c value. Sale price ....19c Velvettfen—98c value. Sale price 49c Curtain Material —19c val. Sale price....10c Drapery Material- —49c val. Sale price..!9c SHOES CHILDREN'S SHOES-^A good assortment of Oxfords, one- straps, and high top shoes. Kid leather and patents. Values to ?1.44.' WARD'S Closing Out Sale Price Only '.... - '... BOYS? SCHOOL SHOES—One table of Oxfordsffehf ihighjtiop shes in black and tan Kid leather. Values to ?2$8., C While t hyelast, WARD'S Closing Out Price .T '< MISSES SCHOOL SHOES—Black and brown Oxfords and one. straps. Kid and patent leather. $2.98 values. fl»4 4Q While v they last 9 • «"»^ WOMEN'S ROCHELLE SHOES-A good selection of Oxfords, one-straps and three-eye ties. $3.98- values. REDUCED to „ Bed Outfie THREE PIECES Triple Savings Now! $9.95 METAL BED in brown enarnel • finish—SPRING with all steel frame—50-Lb. MATTRESS. BOYS'. WORK SHOES-One table of boy's work shoes. Black ana tan Scout and moccasin toe style. Ideal for rough wear. $2.49 values. WARD'S Closing Out Sale Price .................... . fl»1 5* • m WARD'S FAMOUS AIRLINE Radios Reduced Our Leader Police Shoe They're 56 Shoes! Only $3.98 Genuine black calf grain uppers, "Kerry Special" leather .soles, rubber heels, Goodyear welt. AIRLINE 8 TUBE RADIO—Personal- tone control, Super-Dynamic Speaker, Screen-grid tubes. All in a beautiful cabinet of hardwood with walnut finish. Never before has such a radio been ottered at this low price. 589.95 value. Buy during the last few days ot WARD'S Closing Out Sale Only— $39.95 AIHLINE 6 TUBE RADIO—Beautiful hardwood cabinet in walnut finish. Super-Dynamic Speaker, Dynamic Speaker, Screen-grid tubes. Truly a radio that you would expect to pay twice this amount for. WARD'S Closing Out Sale makes this price possible— $29.95 AIRLINE 7 TUBE RADIO—There is un-hcara of | in this beautiful radio. Here's your phanco to 1 579.95 radio at less thap half the.JM-ice. Con with personal tone control. Super-Dynamic Sp Screen-grid tubes for onfy— $39,95 AIRLINE 5 TUBE MIDGET RADIO-In beaf walnut cabinet with table to match. 5_ tubes, S Dynamic Speaker, a real value at Its regular pr 539.95. WARD'S Closing Out Sale has fore" price down to only— $24.95 MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES— Two heavy outer soles sewed and tacked. Heacy tan uppers, triple peved and riveted. $3.98 values. WARD'S Closing Out Price.... ONE TABLE MEN'S AND WOMEN'S H0USE SHOES—In felt, leather and sateen with feather trim. Values to J1.98. WARD'S Closing Out Sale Price-79c and.... 98c MEN'S DRESS SHOES—Men! here's some real values, these shoes formerly sold for ?4.98. To clear them fro mour stock before our store clses, we have reduced 1 the price to .- $2.49 ONE <fABLE WOMEN'S FOOT HEALTH SHOES^-Never before have you been able to buy shoes of this quality and stylo at this low price. Just think a genuine Foot Health Shoe with built in arch support. • . Reduced to close out MEN'S HI-CUT ALL LEATHER BOOTS—Genuine goodyear welt construction and sewed around heel scat. Oil tanned chrome leather uppers. An outstanding value at its regular price. But you., can buy it for less during. WARD'S Closing Out Sale. Prices Reduced to 68x80-Inch C o m f o r t e r ! Priced $4.25 Elsewhere! $1.49 Six months ago we thought J2.98 a low price! Look at the saving now! Filled with WHITE COTTON! Auto Jack Lifts 3000 Pounds. Double Screw Type! A $1,55 Value At 51.00 Enameled re*l. Black 42-inch folding handle. Add it to your kit of tools! AH Radios Completely Equipped and Installed in Your Home. FURNITURE TWO-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE—Covered all over with 100 per cent genuine mohair. Sturdily constructed -oak frame and many other superfine features, fere's the chance you have been waiting for to buy an ?80.00 Suite for one third the price you would expect to pay. WARD'S CLOSING OUT PRICE— $59.9 Chambray Worw Shirts Regular 89c Value! Now 49c Men's blue or gray Stock up now during Sale—you'll be money ahead! THREE-PIECE BED ROOM SUITE—Here is your chance to buy a $60.000 bed room suite far below WARD'S already low 'price. WARD'S Closing Out Sale makes this price possible. HURRY $44.95 TWO-PIECE LIVING ROOOM SUITE—Covered all over in Two-tone Jacquard Velour. Massive Long Davenport. Serpentine Fronts. Huge Pleated Arms. Harmonijling Tapealjry Reverst Cus|tons. A real ' value at ?99.95. WARD'S Closing C7Q QC Out Sale brings it to you for ONLY.... 3* • 9u99 THREE-PIECE BED ROOM SUITE-Good News! Prices are back ot 1911 level! We doubt, however, whether 1911 'dollars could ever have bought such style and richness. This suite represents the maximum in beauty, finish and 1 workmanship attainable in higher priced suits. $80.00 value. WARD'S Closing Out Sale Price FIVE-PIECE BREAKFAST SUITE—Solid oak in the latest finish—those clem 1 transparent colors that bring out all the fine beauty of that rich graining which shows through. An exceptional value at the regular price of $19.95. But Now WARD'S Closing Out Sale brings this beautiful 5-piece Breakfast C4 O Room Suite to you for ONLY 9 I C» EIGHT-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE—Here's a j ner for the money—and styled to suit every t taste. Genuine walnut with original wood ve and birds-eye maple overlays. $79.95 value. Now noly $69.1 UTILITY CABINETS—A regular $10.00 quality.! frame, block corner construction. 3-ply paneljf sxtra strength. What VALUE at new Closing Out Sale Price. Only OCCASIONAL TABLES—Never will you find : quality as is offered in this beautiful highly fin Butt Walnut top table. $15.'J5 value. CTPfi i Ward's Closing Out Sale Price. Only. ^ I U«^ OCCASIONAL CHAIRS—Select hardwood walnut. Multi-colored Jacquurd Velour cover Ncvrc before have you seen occsaional chairs of| quality offered at such, low prices. CC ( §11.95 value. Now only : *J)O»1 TELEPHONE SET—Hardwood sturdily constru finished in Mahogany. Base of table and stool forced with shaped stretchers. Stool slides ufl table. Here's the table you have been needing for you tlephone. $6.95 value < ROCKING CHAIRS—Genuine oak rockers, body likes this old favorite that is preferred to more than ever. Now all WARD'S customers can buy it at a money saving ] $45 Hawthorne Flyer Bike «*• It's Built for Speed! $29.95 55.00 Down-$5.00 Monthly Small Carrying Charge What a Bike! Fast, Smart, Fully equipped. Additional drastic mark-downs have been taken to effect a quick clearance of all merchandise in these last fo§r days of WARD'S Closing Out Sale. Don't fail to see and take advantage of these extremely low prices, WARD'S final Four Days of Closing Out Sale Starts Promptly at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, Feb. 3,1932, M o ircio w A R o & ;C Phone 030 Hope, ArJ?. ' • ^ mP*^

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