Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1974 · Page 12
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OU SEE A MAN L0S/A/G HIS You will teif him about it, feven if you have never met him. We see people buying Shoes elsewhere aud must tell you about it YOU*CAN BANK on our. FOOT WET* R. 'these SHOES have certainly "made a hit" in Hope. Go where you will you will see well dressed ' X peopte wearing our. : FINE SHOES A SENSATION IN *** ***•» • ONLY You will be surprised at the way a Dollar will stretch at the . * . . ON* >... NEW STORE... PRICE. \ One dollar will buy nearly Two Dollars worth of seasonable Clothing.*.. ..».You might call it.... CASH is KING. MONEY. FURNISHINGS. Seasonable line of the most up-to date articles arriving by every train. . . . . >TOUT Boys Suits, 75C., Worth $1.50. Boys Suits, $1.00, Worth $2.00. Boys Suits, $1.50, Worth $2.50. Boys Suits, $2, Worth $3.00. ...UP TO S5.OO... V/ W \V/ V/ ^[* Mens Suits, $3.00, Worth $6.00. Mens Suits, $4-5°, Worth $6.50. Men's Suits, $5.00, Worth $7-5°Mens Suits, 6.00, Worth 8.50. .UP TO $16,OO..... Can find just their fit at our New Store. We make a specialty of fitting people as well as selling the best material in Suits. OUR PRICES ON EVERYTHING CUT TO THE LOWEST NOTCH which will allow a possible profit. Come to see us and we .will prove every asssertion. Get in on the ground floor, right now. .... New Store Next to Bank of Hope %;*,yy 'Oysters and Celery at R. . Lucy, Anderson :is visiting at Fulton, !>'C. McDatAiel went to to visit friends. 8 pair of good mules for ty' .cheap.- J. R. GILES. 5 Celery und if^ne fresh Oys- "tJ/C. McDaniel's. t .^ng that plumbs is the y^ti'. \pnt. • Gene Hatch "mending and fine \vatch j 'done by Wijlie Killings- , Nordic Smith, of Texark- Visiting, relatives in this .-i, > • '. • May 'Jamison . returned from a visit to friends at e a fine watch that w ^ , repairing take it to •^ White. "^nieres^ Toilet Sets, Fancy 9S,and Quee,nsware at Sever- |&2t Squares and Roll Carpets at & McRae's. Grades , cheapest to the best. can find a pocket-knife. $ "kind you want at S. W. -v Willie Killingsworth fix that .•watch of ( yours so it will keep the n't forget the Hope Hardware when wanting a heater Winter. Shades 250 to $1.25 at & McRae's. All lengths colors. . ' Killingsworth does fine h work, at prices^ you can af- to pay. Give him a trial. Morgan, of Monticello, years a citizen of this keen in Hope this week. want plumbing done, get ' do it; Gene Hatch J figiire with you on that propo* Don't go anywhere else for Cigars but to R. C. McDaniel's. Henry S." Su'tton,' oftvitrie 1 Rock, was in Hope Saturday of last week. Oil Cloth, Linoleum, Stove Boards and Zinc at Severance & McRae's. . Pocket and table cutlery, guaranteed shears and razors at Severance & McRae's. S. L. Bracy, the veteran druggist, returned from a trip to St. Louis Thursday. Rockers $1.00 to $2.00 good enough for anyone at Hope Furniture Go's new store, Elm street. Miss Addie Stacy, of Newport, has been visiting Miss Annie Webb Folsom the past week. Miss Sue Jones, the accomplished daughter of Senator J. K? Jones, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Steve Carrigan. Dr. C. .A- Hutchison, a leading physician of Nashville, was in our city Monday, en route from Hot Sp'rings. Gene Hatch, the Plumber, will fix your pipes and fix 'em to stay fixed. Shop comer of Third and Elm streets. Walter Wilson, the log expert, went to Emmet. Monday night, hustling business for the big mill at Hope. Cory Halliburton went to Nashville Monday to do some roofing. He is a good workman in any man's town. Miss Norma Baldwin attended the wedding of Mr. Geo. Allen Counts and Miss Alberta Lidia Vaughau, which occurred at Little Rock, the i Sth iust. Rugs $1.50 to $7.50 at Severance & McRae's. A full line in both Smyrna and Moquetto iu all sizes and shadas of color. There were no preaching service at the Presbyterian and Baptist churches last S'ttnday and the congregations worshipped at the Methodist church. Finest line of Oak 1 Beds ever shown in Hope at Hope Furniture Co's new store. r $i> 50 to' $6. oo. Two carloads of bedsteads at E. G. Porterfield's. Price can't be beat. Come a running and get the pick. Bureaus $5.50 to $8.50 at Hope Furniture Co's new store on Elm street.. Best and cheapest line ever shown in the town of Hope. We will have another car of Milburn Wagons here in a few days. See our wagons? Hope Hardware Co. Roll Top Desks, $13.50^416.50 at Hope Furniture Co's new store, Elm street, Hope Ark. Every man of affairs should have one. S. W. White has just received a, new lot of solid gold and gold filled watches both for ladies and gents. All grades at the very lowest prices. Young man, or old man either, if you are going to marry you will want furniture. E. G. Porterfield is cutting the life out of all the prices ever known in this country. We have the largest and most elegant assortment of gold rings we have ever had, from the tiniest tot to grandma's golden wedding. S. W. WHITK, The Jeweler. We have the largest and .best assorted line of Decorated Queens- i ware iu the' South. We invite you to examine. Hope Hardware Company. Last Sunday night the congregation at the Methodist Church voted to invite the Annual Conference t« meet in this city next fall. This was the proper thing to do. Just received at S. W. White's a carefully selected stock of all the j newest and latest goods in jewelry, | consisting of ladies' and gents' watch chains, charms, studs, cuff and collar buttons, scarf and stick pins. The newest in brooches, screw ear-rings and MarceUa Neck Chains, very swell. UOHNT-BARR. HAS JUST OPENED AND DISPLAYED & BEAUTIFUL LINE OF— - — - O BIBLES AT PRICES HERETOFORE UNKNOWN, IF YOU GRAB QUICKLY -* ADVANCE SHIPMENT OF HOLIDAY .GOODS JUST IN. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST ALL THE TIME. Jack Hartsfield, of De Ann was on our streets Thursday, accompanied by Wm. Jackson Hartsfield jr., his good looking son. Dr. C. R. Bain, the eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, will be at Dr. Garrett's office, Oct. 30 and 31 aud Nov. i and 2. Pillows, Cushions, Quilts, Comforts and Bed Blankets at Hope Furniture Go's new store, Lamar Block, Elm street. Finest aud best stock of these goods ever shown in Hope. Hon. T. N. Wilson, of Arkadelphia, Senator from Clark aud Pike Counties, and a prominent member of the last General Assembly, was in the city last Wednesday. Senator Wilson is a thinker aud an able speaker. When you come to Hope we would be glad to have you come in and examine our stock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves and Saddles. We have the most complete line of "Texas made saddles" in Hope, ranging iu price from $3.50 to $35.00. Hope Hardware Co. Henry Poiudexter, at Dave Dudley's, on Elm Street, makes the genuine Mexican chile aud tamales, and will deliver to any place iu the city limits. If you are fond of these toothsome dishes, get some from Henry and you will be pleased. Rev. W. T. Sullivan, for some years pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church in this city, but who now lives at De Queen, was a pleasant caller ot this office, Thursday. He is engaged in o, revival meeting at Nashville and is ( having encouraging success. The handiwork of Lee Giles, the artist printer, may be seen in the composition of some of the "ads." • in the STAR. Lee tells it as .a, matter of pride that he was a' printitorial pupil of the editor of this paper in the beginning of his career as a job printer. Anyhow he is now what he claims to be, a real artist in his line. That engagement ring you have been promising your girl all the- summer is here now. We can siiit you both in price and size. Plain band or set with any colored stone, All solid gold. S. W. WHITE, The Jevyeler. ' SEWINa SOLICITED. The ladies of the Cumberland Presbj'terian Aid Society solicit plain sewing. The whole Society sew an afternoon for 50 cents. We will make anything (except dresses) from a doyle to a quilt. All work designed for the society to be deposited with Mrs. T. C. Jofoe. (MRS.) MAT GALSTER, Sec'y. Oct. i sth, 1899. WANTED AT O/VOH. Five Hundred Ponnds of Cast and Wrought scrap Iron, scrap Brass and Copper. Will pay highest market price in Cash. At 1»

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