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We Under-Buy We Under-Sell Conway’s Most Popular SHOPPING We Under-Buy We Under-Sell CENTER ANNOUNCES Their First Annual 10-DAYS-10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH We call this sale our First Annual Demonstration Sale for the reason that it is given to demonstrate “The Fair Store’s” power of Under-Selling. We are anxious to get in touch with every economical buyer of merchandise in Faulkner County. We are one of a syndicate now owning and operating 19 large stores in this state, and every thread and fiber of this mighty institution is interwoven wit“ the policy of Under-Selling—in a word we buy for less and sell for less. Ours is a strictly “cash on the spot” proposition both in buying and selling. It is this fact alone that makes it possible to name the prices mentioned here and maintain them the year in and year out. With a corps of trained buyers ever on the alert for bar gains, Overstocked Wholesalers, Needy Manufacturers, Financially Embarassed Merchants all fall an easy prey to the Glow of Glittering Gold, to the Power of Spot Cash! LOOK FOR THE BIG RED PENNANTS FREE! FREE! To the first 20 Ladies that enter our doors at the opening hour, will be given a Dress Patern abso lutely FREE. ^tore Closed We will be forced to close our doors Friday after noon in order to mark down and prepare special lots of goods for this sale. This is indeed a sale without a counterpart or paralell in all the history of Faulkner Coun ty. “The Fair” never hesitates, its work is “cut out”. It is our business to sell Good Goods cheaper. We want you to come expecting to see something out of the ordinary. You will not be disappointed, we have made elaborate preparations to receive you—a scene of gen uine glittering glory awaits you. Boxes, bins and counters piled high with the most aston ishing values—values that positively baffle description and stagger belief; prices that blis ter and burn the tired feet of competition like red hot embers, and cause your dollar to do Double Duty. STOP! THINK! You owe it to yourself to investigate this proposi tion. Take nobody’s word for it, pay no attention to make-believe, imitation, catch-penny sales, but come direct to the Big Sale. Look for the big red pennants, and go where the crowd goes. GROCERIES . , ^ The little savings you make every day yon ®$de here Will “nount to & tidy sum in the lull of ai-if. w- * *• * f 25c ^Try it. Lily Soc*3 1-pound packages, 10c; 5 for 15c; 10 packages . Good Luck Baking Powder ^ g* 2 cans for . JL MV Best Lump Starch, per pound .j 5-Cent size Garrett’s Snuff . 10-Cent size Garrett’s Snuff . Star Tobacco, per pound . Best High Grade Flavoring Extracts, 10c size, 2 for . 3 Boxes Searchlight Matches for . 2- pound Can Sugar Corn, per can . 3- pound can Hominy, per can . Best Pickles, 2 Bottles for . 3-pound can Standard Tomatoes, per can . Light House Cleanser, p* 10c size, for .i3C 1-pound Tall Pink Salmon, 3 cans for . Arbuckle Coffee, 2 pounds for . Mason Fruit Jars, half-gallon . Mason Fruit .lars, quart size ... “Karo" Blue Label Syrup 1 gallon ... “Karo" Blue Label Syrup one-half gallon . Arm & Hammer Soda, 5c size, 6 for . Home Made Twist Tobacco, 7 twists . 10-pound pail Snow Drift d* 1 Lard for .tD 1 Lenox Soap, 8 bars for .... Swift’s Pride Soap 8 bars for . . . 4c 4c 8c 42c 15c 10c 7c 7c 15c 9c 25c 45c 60c 40c 35c 20c 25c 25c 25c 25c GROCERIES No 2 Lamp «'hinui«‘\ 1 srallon Pttrr tr Apple Vinegar . ,ljf .. A good Rio foffee, sold up to 25c; in this Sale only, 7 pounds for. 21 pounds V. ('. Sugar for . 20 pounds Best Granulated Lane Sugar . Best High Latent Flour, guaranteed ale Price,.50-pound sack for. .. Same as above, per barrel— 4 sacks . 319c $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.10 $4.40 Study these prices carefully. Let not a single item escape you. Bring this circular to the Sale with you. MISCELLANEOUS Under this heading we list a choice lot of Bargains from almost every section of the store. .Just glance down this list. We guarantee every article and price to he exactly as represented. One big lot of Ladies’ Underwear, including Prin cess Slips, downs. Skirts, Corset Covers, etc., go in this Sale at half price. Misses and Children’s School Dresses, a great as sortment of these bought at a big discount enables us to offer bargains seldom afforded. .Misses' Percale and Gingham Dresses, One Lot of Ladies' Walking Skirts, a regular $3.00 value; on sale at .$1.95 Misses' Percale and Gingham Dresses, 75c value...50c Misses' Percale and Gingham Dresses, $1.00 value. .65c M isses’ Percale and Gingham Dresses, $1.50 value. .98c Ladies7 House Dresses, worth $1.50, go at.98c Ladies’ House Dresses, worth $1.00, go at.79c Ladies’ Handkerchiefs, 2 for.5c Turkish Wash Bags, 2 for .5c Adamantine Dress Pins, per paper.lc Good Pearl Buttons, 2 cards for .5c A regular 25c Hair Brush .15c Hair Pins, good quality, 6 pkgs.5c Standard Gold-Eyed Needles, 2 pkgs.5c Corylopsis Talcum Powder, now ..10c 25c Shoe Polish, in this Sale .18c Seam Braid. 5c quality, now .4c A Splendid 25c Tooth Brush .10c Good Lead Pencils, 6 for .5c Good White Envelopes, 2 pkgs.5c Standard Oil Gloth, 20c kind; now .15c Pure Linen Table Damask, 70 inches wide; sold else where up to $1.25; our price.79c A regular $1.00 Table Linen at Mammoth size Vaseline . Extra large Bottle Machine Oil 60c 10c 10c CLOTHING This section contributes some rare values in this Sale. New Fall Styles in All Wool Worsitstj^finnl iH " vU,,>il -y,,u aIV IVliliv 1,,r Vl,lir One lot of Worsted Suits, strictly up-to-date sUij^all wool; a regular $5.00 seller; our for-#-v Q nier price $12.50; in this Sole. One lot of Blue Serges, well worth $12.50. Am aq Our former price $10.00; now. One lot of splendid well-tailored Suits, well worth $10.00; our former price $8.00; go in this Salt* at..yhQti/O One lot Boys’ Blue Serge Suits, with Full Peg Trous ers, a regular $15.00 value; our for- AQ liter price $4.50; now . Boys' Knickerbocker Pants in All-Wool rtt 4 1 Serge Full Peg; a $1.75 article; at. X • 1 %J Boys’ Everyday Straight-bottom Pants, 50c kind, at. Boys’ “Kahki” Pants, a regular 05c article. One lot of Men's Pants, worth $2.50; go at. ()ne lot Men’s Pants, worth $1.50 and $1.25,n wo, 25c 39c $1.98 98c l MEN’S FURNISHINGS Here again we demonstrate our ability to save you money on the little everyday articles that everyone uses. Men’s Amouskeag Blue ('hambra Work Shirts, a 50c article; now. Regular $1.00 Overalls qq go in this Sale at.Oi/C Pant Overallsand I'ottonadi* Pants, 85c value . 75c Dress Shirts, a q neat and snappy styles, at. $1.00 and $1.25 Soft Foliar Shirts go at. . Men's Heavy drey Mixed Sox. 10c values . Ladies' Heavy drey Mixed Hose, 10c values . A big lot of 25c Neckwear on sale at . A big lot of 50c Belts m are now going at .^ Suspenders, worth 25c; ^ fv Sale Price . X ^7^* Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear, 69c 79c 7c 7c 19c 50c kind 39c SHOES than are to tie u Shot* t 'ouu There are no hotter Shoes i;r'i;Vljvtilm(iiwtfc*.l>t twn "• One Lot Ladies' Shoes, jyorth /#» ■* worth $2.50 to $3.00 .X »i/0 One Lot Ladies’ Shoes, worth 4 nN $2.25 and $2.00 .JJ) 1 • / O One Lot Ladies’ Shoes, worth /t* ^ aa $1.75, j;o at .Jb 1 iuD Man's Heavy Work Shoes, standard make, A < OC worth $2.25 to $2.50; on sale at.Ip A *O0 A regular $2.00 Work Shoe dt *| will go in this Big Sale at.J[ «00 Splendid bargains in Boys' and Misses' School Shoes. See the Special Shoe Tables for odds and ends, broken lots, etc. Some astonishing bargains here. STAPLE DRY GOODS Hundreds of other good values in this department priced a little lower than necessary. Space will not permit the listing of half the many rare value to be found in this section. Standard ('alien, in all colors . S oz. A. ('. A. Feather Ticking, the kind your grand mother used, worth 20c; go in this Sale . d. P. “Coats” Thread, in this Sale (I spools . 10 t Brown IVpperell Sheeting usual Is sold for 30c; in this Sale . 30 inch Heavy Brow n Sheeting, a regular S I-3c value; in this Sale. 30 inch Brow n Domestic, always sold for m* 0 1-2 to 7c; goes in this Sale at.OC Crown Bed Spreads, $1.25 to $1.50 values, go in this Sale at only.C Old-Fashioned Hickory Sheeting, sold else where up to 12 l-2c; our Price. S-oz. Osnaburg, in this Sale . Pick Sacks, 7-oz., 0-foot length . Pick Sacks, 7-oz., 7 1-2 foot length . Pick Sacks, 7-oz., 4-2 and 4c ur grand 15c 25c 23c 7c llic 45c 55c 65c We especially urge you to attend this Great Bar gain Lvent. Everything is arranged conveniently and goods displayed in a manner to make shopping a pleas ure to von. 0-foot length — "" LOOK! “Hope” bleached Muslin a world wide io cent sel ler, on sale now 83 cents A good 36 inch, bleached Mi*si’?n, on sale at 7l2c i «• <<r The store will be closed Friday afternoon, but promptly at 8:30 a. m., Saturday Sep= tember 20, the big doors will swing open and the greatest sale Conway has ever known will be on in full blast. Remember! R. R. RAMEY, Mgr. GO N WAY, ARK. FREE COUPON Tear this corner off and bring it to the sale; it will be accepted as 25c payment on purchases of $5.00 and up.