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  • ...ike [[Dillard's]] and [[M. M. Cohn]] would close their downtown department stores by 1990. ...'s]], [[Economy Drugstore]], [[Franke's Cafeteria]], [[Arkansas Carpet and Furniture]], [[Cave's Jewelers]], [[National Shirt Shop]], [[Worthen Bank]], [[Bauman
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  • ...] in 1912. The three-story building first housed the [[Arkansas Carpet and Furniture Company]] in the 1890s. In the early 1900s the building was occupied by the The department store was sold to [[Dillard's Department Stores]] in September 1963, and served as the corporate headquarters until 1991 wh
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  • '''United Supply Co.''' was a furniture store occupying frontage at 710 Main Street in 1952. The company was owned [[Category:Furniture stores]]
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  • ...ovie theaters in Conway. The [[Conway Commons]] offers excellent shopping. Stores such as TJ Max, [[Target]], and Kohl's, provide a good shopping experience. *[[Kordsmeier Furniture]]
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  • ...882. In the 1880s the hall's main floor was taken up by grocery and liquor stores. The Hall is now part of the [[Arkansas Studies Institute]], and is expecte ...e Company]], [[Stewart Coffee Roasters]], a carriage seller, and an office furniture firm. A coffee sacking machine from earlier days still hangs from the ceili
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