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Thursday, , 19S8 MOfl IfAM» HOP!, AIRAMSAi * N ». rjddy ottd Soturdgy COFFEE FOL6ERS of MAXWELL HOUSE Lb, Can BISCUITS PURASNOW FLOUR IN PILLOW CASE BAG 25 Lb -1. COCK Of THE WALK \ PEACHES LARGE 21 SIZE 4 Cans I* BETTY CROCKER — MIXED FLAVORS CAKE MIXES •Boxes |. 1 SMALL SIZE — WHITE CAGED EGGS 3 1 Doz. . |. ICE CREAM V* «-. 49c LARGE BOX FAB WASHING POWDER 19c KIMBELI.'S HIGH GRADE 3 fl, Lb. Can 25c NOTE BOOK 2 Pkgs. PINTO — 303 CAN RED.KIDNEY — 303 CAN 5 For GREAT NORTHERN'— 303 CAN For —j 5 • FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES RED TOKAY Lb, NO/1 ALL GOLD SWEET POTATOES Lb. lOc REDDELICIOUS c ._.'__— . — ^» FRESH Lb, Box FRESH " Lb, FRESH 1 *> Bchs, BARftY'S fUALITY MEATS FRESH DRESSED NISI CiOQP YUI Ws\ "5tj7!*?!£r>, j^s^v "f T** STEW 51 •" ,i| FRE5H PRES5IP GRADI A Lb, 'jBfipp a^ei New Hurricane Is Churning Off Carolina •MIAMI, Fla. fAl"! — elpn^ chtii-ncd slowlS' northwest* ward today toward (lie CaroJifirt const— some- 350 'miles cllstrtht — nhcl tHr Wcalhor t3urf«it-.\^arftC'fJ shipping let stnj- out .of-* Us 1 T^ln The storm's highest \vinds" wel-o estimated nt 90 miles an hour ill sciualls, Gnlo winds extended out- wnrd 200 miles to the northeast and 110 miles (o the southwest. If it continues its present course, (he storm will hit /he Wninlflnd at or near the eoaslnl point where South and North Carolina fneel. So far, there has been nothing to indicate any drvlatJoil from thftt course. Bui," at its present forward paco. some nine miles t nh hour, mnny hours would elapse be/oro DVPH the fringe winds would approach the const. Gordon Dunn, chief storm forecaster, reported that the factors which could govern Itelenc s future course are so evenly balanced right now that "wo must simply wait and watch, Any predictions now of its future course would be pure guesswork," the latest reports from ships showed no gale winds Within 25(1 miles of the Carolinns However, the Weather Bureau sai'd tides Will increase gradually along the Carolina find Georgia coasts today and tonight. Qttincy, Mass., Is the only U, S. city which was the birthplace and homo of two presidents: John Adams and John Quincy Adams. Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF George Lawrence Thompson, deceased Last known address of decedent: Old'Highway 67 East, Hope, Ar. kansas. Date of death: September 16, 1958 ' An instrument dated May 26, 1954, was on the 23rd day'of September, 1958, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor there- under. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the .first publication of this notice, or they shall i:e forever barred and pi-ccluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 25th day of September, 1958. BYRON 0. THOMPSON Executor Okay, Arkansas ' Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 1958 ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs, Joella Amour is servicing the investment accounts of her husband, Joe 'Amour, deceased. Please call Prospect 7-2419 for any information you may need. Taylor & Jordan USED' CARS — And- — BODY SHOP ' 216 S, Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orville Taylor • John Bill Jordan LENNIE JACKSON Has joined the 'staff pf Hazel's pea'uty Shop and invites her friends to vlsjt her, -,7 ,,' HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP 194 S. Elm Pne". 7-2?78 S6TH ANNIVERSARY S P I C I A L § Po, Maple Dinette, Service fpr 6 dishes, Place Mats ant) stain» je§s steel sllvery/are, WAR0 WANTED TP BUY t J?y Truck (,9ad Qwt in weeds HAROLP HENDRIX PB SMITH'S QENIRATOR and STARTIR SHOP 10§ §, sf §tari$rf GIRLS — FlfiSTA MARTHA'S HMSPMfi ,€gn Ysunger HIGH PRICES - INFLATED VALUES SUMMER MDSE.- ODDS AND ENDS! WE GET YOU READY FOR FALL AND WINTER WITH STREAMLINE SERVICE — NEW LOW PRICES, WIW HIGH DUALITY GOODS — STARTS FRIDAY MORNING ~ 8;30 A, M. ON THE DOT! SEAMLESS CANNON' NYLON HOSE 1.00 IPLASTIC DRAPES 94c BOYS' 35e School Sox 4 prs 97c BOYS' HEAVY SWEATSHIRTS 1.59 VALUE CHILDREN'S Training Panties 7 prs. 1.00 BLANKETS LOO FANCY PANTS 1.98 to 5 ' 40 IN, HE/\VY 35c v Brown Sheeting 5 20x40 BIG Cannon Towels 3 for .1.1 LADIES, 2-PIECE PANTS .SET Jackets & Matching Pants 5. SHOES Ladies Dress Shoes . 5,90 Flats and Casuals , , 2,66 69 C WHITE* PILLOW GASES 33c 79c CANNON TOWELS 2 (Of 1; JR., REQi ANb' HALF9I2E8- DRESSES VALUES tO 13,95 7. MEW'S 3.9S'AHMY PANTS 2.98 LONG SLEEVE'SPORT SHIRTS 1.95 to 4.95 Men's & Boys' 2.98 Val. Short Sleeve Sport SHIRTS 1.50 MEN'S FALL SUITS 24.95 to 34,95 1.69 FEATHER PILLOWS THROW PI LI 94c ALSO THROW PILLOWS MEM'S NEW" FALL FELTS 495 to 7.95 1.95 SHORT SLEEVE BLOUSES IMPORTED BROADCLOTH PINWALE CORDUROW MATERIAL 30 INCHES.Wl'pE — FULL.BOLTS 88c yd. BOBBIE SOX 2 prs. 77c 98p .CANNON NYLON HOSE 2 prs, 94c , MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIPvTS VALUES JO 1.9§ 4.95'MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES •' BOYS' §HQRT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS VALUES TQ 1,76 ' - '' lUBlE§ flfia PANTIES 2 prs. 88c ' OAN RIVER — 81X99, WHITE SHEETS 1.94 LADIES <lfle RAYON ; PANTIES. 4 prs. 88c New Fall Hats . 1 ,,<"*!-)'. V/ »„.'.„.» , * j i ^ > .' ' 1.98 to 3.95 ' V*'-\4'.95, FULL CHENILLE •BEDSPREADS 2.9$ MOUTON GOATS 49.95 LADIES' land CHILDREN'S SWEATERS '„, .VALUES TO-10.95 1.98 to 6.95 •36 IN-HEAVY QUTING 3 yds. 1. MEN'S 35o HEAVY WORK SOX 4 prs. 1. MEN'S FINE WINTER JACKETS 5.95 to CHILDREN'S 10,95 NEW'' CM COATS 5 -951o'8 9 J • 7*iP 2U *®tJ* , - ' . 69P TO 98o Broadcloth & Cotton Goods 3yds.l "79o" TQ,'1,39 FANCY COTTON ' PIECE GOODS MEN'§ HEAVY" ' - -, WESTERN JEANS 1§o QANNQN »- pIRff QUALITY WASH RAGS 4,95 Bii 5% Wsol DsMbl? * 3-95 3.95 Big Pgyble CQttgn , , , 2.93 7,95 Nylgn and Blend , ,., 5,95 i<r s 1 !'' '