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Stoves!
Stoves!
Stoves!
I PRICES GREATLY REDUCED
COLE’S
Coal andi wood heaters
in all sizes.
I THE GREAT MAJESTIC
Weiters., EvanrviHe
Cook Stoves and Ranges
HAYES-MKEAN
HARDWARE CO.
Car of Wire and Wire Fence
JUST RECEIVED
Just I Unloaded
Cat of White Crest Flow.
Car of Red Seed Oats—6sc a
I bushed,
(iive us your seed aad fertilizer orders early.
Co-Operative Store.
Rogers, Silverware Tickets giver
wftfo purchases.
AMBONFSKEpiTATIONS I
'NF rest REAM MAN’- i
‘ALM IST.S WANTER "RF. Ab
a Ail HAN T SBE HOW
.OHG AH 6 WINE LIVE,
iIH SHUCKS* AB Tot »M
AAH LIFE .$ IN DE OLE |
dmAns han'?? r— —— l
' =_ W'
**»"•«■ »f>aJ t>, UcOirn .'K-WSPMXW fenor.**
eople will be all right as boor
hey forget Ibis year nod begin,
lope for n ext year. I
is much easier to form a new
t than it ig to reform an old
i the matrimonial game a base
player isn’t always a good
h
_ I
’s better to forget an injury
i to forgive it
ball dress la cat low but the
for if cornea high. I
Redeeming Trait.
< “I know I’m old, but fm crasty about
! you,” stated Mr. Moocybaga. "When
I go nt leuve ail tny fortune 1w you
If you’ll have me.”
“Have you any bud habits?” usked
Miss Gold (clocks, thoughtfully.
"Ooly that I walk Lu in; sleep, If
you could enll that a bad babil."
"You dear old thing, Os course i'll
j marry you. And wc’U have our honey*
J moon on the top lloor of some tall
hotel, won’t we!" -Ameriwio !<ogion
I Weekly.
I I ■—--■■ ,„ —
SurgeonAj Job.
Collectors o€ customs, being con
atantly on the watch for smugglers,
have certain doiosudo which they re
peat almost unconsciously. Not inng
ago a tourisi came csbore with « bad
ly swollen chock.
“What have you there?" asked the
customs otilcer, poiutlng to the swell
log.
“Ao abeocss, sir," was the reply.
“Well,” atdd the ofticer, impatiently,
"open It, please.” Boston ’’’mnw'r.pt,
A Specialist.
“Wirt you do a Little work iuuun<l
the place if 1 give you your break
fasl?” asked the farioer’s wife.
"Yes, mn’iun," replied the lettered
stranger, “If K’s Ike hind of work
for which I nrn host fitted”
| “WliaL kind Is that7’
| “I’m an expert rnpatrrr «d pipe or
-1 gn.ns,” -Hinnlnghflxn Ago Ifernkl.
F.xpectancifte.
"four constituents export ti great
deal of you."
“Yas,” replied Senator Borghum.
"Expcctalion property manuviMl is an
i asset. My sureesß in polities Is <t»re to
1 the fact that while I was often com
pelled to disappoint nry frhinds 1 al
ways managed Io keep ’em huoeful.”
Homely women frequently liave
I the roost homelike horo<w
DE QUEEN BEE, DE QUEEN, ARK„ JAN. 13,1922
’ROUND ADOUT NOTES
66G cures Bilious Fever. —Ad
vertisement.
Dixie Case—Absolutely clean. —
Advertisement.
i F. M. Blount was here from
i Loekesburg Tuesday.
j Ryman Wilson of Texarkana
i was here Wednesday.
Burnett Callaham of Broken
, Bow was here Tuesday.
H. H. Cooper transacted busi
rcss at Nashville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Allen left
Monday for a visit at Little Rock.
Perfection butter, 50c per
pou; d t Willis & Son’s.--Adver
tisement.
If it’s a watch, see Simpson, the
J v, eler, Thomas bldg.—Adver
tisement.
T. J. Hadley of West Line, Okla,
w. . transacting business herv
Dixie Case—Absolutely clean
Advertisement.
Saturday.
Fish and Oysters, Frida. and
Saturday al Willis A Son’s. Ad
vertisement.
Mrs. William Gilstrap and Mrs.
Joe \i.. visited friends in Te a*
kana Monday.
Flub-My-Tism foi Kh<-o; . r
Advertisement.
•udge J P. Norwood of Linkes
burg was transacting business in
De Queen Tuesday.
For first class watch repairing
try Simpson, the Jeweler. Thomas
Bld g.—A d v erf i semen t.
I buy and .-ell all kinds of second
•hand g< ods. Pay highest cat h
prices.—11. P. George.
Ask about the free percolator
that is given away at Willie A
?<»n’.s. Advertisement.
Give nature a chance. Take
Tanlac, nature’s own medicine.—
1 il.y Drug Store. —Advertisement.
To break a cold take 666 — Ad
vertisement
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stroud and
little daughter of Poteau, Okla.,
arrived in De Queen today (Thu r . v
day)
Th best equipped repair shop
in the county.— -Simpson, the
Jewvlt ", Thoma 3 bldg. Adv* rii :r
nent.
The Tire Hospital can repair
your old top or make .1 new one.
Why not let us look it over?
Advertisement.
Mrs. Robert Bowles of Ashdown
was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. JI. Merideth, Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Get your Ford parts at the Tire
Hospital. . Advertisement.
Wesley Arnold arrived home
Sri day afternoon from Tulsa for
.1 short visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Arnold.
666 cures Chills and Feve>’
Advertisement.
Rev. and Mrs. J. I. Cossey left
Wednesday for Gurdon, Ark.,
where they will visit the latter’s
parents. Mr. Cossey will return
THE FRIENDLY PATH
By WALTER I. ROBINSON.
THE sun cannot shine con
stuntly. There always will
be some rainy days.
A person who would throw
away his umbrella or his rain
coat every time the clouds dis
appeared would be considered u
lunatic.
One meal will not satisfy our
stomachs the remainder of cur
Lives. We must eat every so
often if we wish to live and
avoid hunger. No one would
think of eating everything he
had If he didn’t expect to get an
ol her m<jal within a reason ahde
time.
These assertions nay seem
but primary lessons on tin Im
portance of vision. Yet w.ny of
mature age ceul-,1 -itnly 'hem
with bcur-til. ’L- > :.!,•< .id;,
has taright nr <«■ ,i ■, bn■ |< .->k
Ing ahead is essential n happi
ness and comfort.
Wages and incomes during the
last few years have been higher
than ever before. l uxury buy
ing am! extravagance in pleas
ure seeking have gone along to
gether Many thought they had
struck a “well of gold” that
never would go dry.
But the inevitable has hap
pencil Those who demnnded ex
orbitant protltn and those who
forced high wages and who, In
Imtb instances, spent as fast as
they received, are beginning to
see the folly of their ways. In
many cn er. the fruit has an ex
tremely bitter taste.
A little vision in the beginning
would have prevented cries of
dislrerr; Some may find It too
kite to benefit from their lesson
nlnrr they are sliding down the
precipice. The.ie will have many
difficulties In climbing back over
the Jagged rt>-ks.
Few there are who cannot
still r; ike . ’.I rt in the road of
thrift and fairness which Is the
sure way to prepare If "rainy
days” should come.
<Cop>rt«b’)
home Saturday. Mrs. Cossey will
remain for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Greer re
turned home Sunday from Texar
kana, where they were called two
weeks ago by the illness of the
former’s father.
The Tire Hospital can repair
your old top or make a new one.
Why not let us look it over? —
Advertisement.
George F. Irwin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. L. Irwin, has been appoint
ed rural mail carrier on Route Six
and will enter upon his duties
Monday, Jan. 6.
10-acre farm for sale at a bar
gain if sold in GO days, near town,
on highway, near oil well going
down. Fine location.- P C. Gal
laway.
Get you Ford parts at the Tire
Hospital Advertisement.
Tanlai Hrengthens the nerves
aid brings back the normal state
« ht *lth through its effect on the
.ippetit* and nutrition of the body.
-City Drug Stor- Advertise
ment .
Dixit Case Ab-mlutt Iv clean.
Advertisement.
Mrs. C. S. Allen of Leesville,
Lx, who recently underwent an
t>c iiti-m for appendicitis iu a
i'exarkana sanitarium is visiting
at the borne of her parents, Mr.
and Mr*. J. T. Carlton.
664 quickly relieves a cold. —
Advertisement.
Mrs. Chester Cook has returned
’o her home at Lucas, Kans., after
several weeks visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mr:< J. P.
Roberts
Did you know that you could
buy Ford parts and auto acces
sories at the Tire Hospital?—Ad
vertisement
Edna May, the little four-year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Waldrop, died at her home in the
south part of town Monday night
.io ten o'clock. She was sick only
a few days With inflammatory
rheumatism.
Did ,’ou know that you could
buy F» d parts and auto acces
.. the Tire Hospital?- -Ad
vertise: lent.
Th. in}’ people of De Queen
* ijoyed a dance at the Dixie Case
Ttiescay evening. Music was fur
nished by the Biltmore Society
Or. hestra, who hud filled an en
gagement for the Civic Improve
meat Club al, the Queen theatre.
666 ores Malarial Fevc-v -Ao
vertisernen t.
Anno incemcnt has been receiv
. J by De Queen friends of the
ar ival of a 10 pound boy at the
ho ir o' 1 ’ Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Good
man of Helena, Ark. Mrs. Good
in,! 1 will be remembered as Miss
Edna Maxey, who was Western
Union Telegraph operator at the
office in this city for a year or
more.
LYRICSOFLIFE
by DOUGLAS MALIXJCH
the: very wise.
Will Aiim the wise, the very wiso
Who h ive no need of God;
We understand Ills seas, HJu
skies,
Hh sunset and His sod,
There is no magic in a rose,
Jtn petals pulled apart,
For wc explain jutk how li grows
With scientific art.
And yet no man I ever knew
Could tell me how the first one grew.
Wo are the wise, the very wise
All tilings we understand
U Ib no trick io analyse »
And give them breed mid brand
We know the distances of night
From Pleiades to Mars,
And wc can measure all the llghi
Os all the shining stars.
And yet, J wonder, could iv plact
A single star In all of space?
We arc the wise, the very wise
No need of God have wc
We know man Ilves, we know' m»jn
dies—
The rest is mystery.
And, since we canmW comprehend
No more may hope to know,
We say that death must be the erwi
And nothing more is so.
It seems to me, mere manikins,
Our knowledge ends where God’s be
gins.
(Cupyrlgtrt.)
Love may not be blind, but after
marriage is often out of sight.
Reading often makes a man full
if words that he cannot pronounce.
It’s far more important that a
man should know when to bt:
funny than when to know how
An epigram i» anything mean
thus can be said in a two lire
poem
1 Ryzon Baking Powder I
| Special I
J 0 more widely advert!** thir baking powder we an SB:
S authorized to mikelht following *(.> rial offer for a limited £
■S time only: W-
S 16-oz. Ryzon Baking Powder 27<-
EE 8-OZ. Kyzon Baking Powder ir M S
This is, aa L well known, a high grade phonphate bak S
~ ing powder equalled by few and by none. ThF ss*
~ price will not continue Indefinite!;* ™
| HURT & BROWN CO. |
“ Master Grocers ’* S;
illllliilllllllillliilliiillllllllllllhiiiilliillillliw
g Specials For Friday and Saturday Only j|
— ... -- SJJJ
| CASH ONLY |
EE 17-lbs. PURE CANE SUGAR __|Loo S
2 2 CANS CAMPBELL’S PORK AND BEANS „25c S
= 2 CANS CAMPBELL’S ASSSORTED SOUPS2Sc S
S 8- lb. BUCKET COMPOUND I ARI) 31.15 2=
S DRY SALT MEAT, lb =
S 3 CANS No. 2K PINEAPPLE SI.OO =E
§ 5-tbs. EVAPORATED APPLES |I.OO ===
S 3-lbs. GOOD COFFEE 50c =
~ l-lb. CHEESE .. 40c =E
1 BARS JOY SOAP_ _. 25c =E
IVe Are Stile Agents for Chase & Sanborns’ Teas and Coffee £
g: THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY FOR CASH ONLY EE
CHAMBERS & MULLINS |
THE UP-TO-DATE ROGERS ~
SB Phone 262 £3:
Charter 5929 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TILE IHrtvict N«,B
First INatonal Bank
I DI- qm- ' O* FHK STATE OP ARKANSAS, AT THR CI4YHE OP BUMINNHH OW
DMCKMBKtt 81, IHI
Rar or Ties
1 • 1 ouiim Hid (ImcouuU. including rtxlbeuunu,. except sUovrn in
b and c) ... .
Total I.oarw . . .
Notes and billw redMeounted with Fedend Rajcfvo Bank (<>th»-r
limn bunk mcc- ptnnoee sold) ....... <G3<LH!) .*04,b88.*6
Overdrafts, unsecured 88 *0
U. S. fknrrnment KcrviticH owned.
Deix*itcd to K-cur - circulation (U. 8. Bood-., par »nhi<-) . BP.OW It)
1 other United Ctovemtnent fmeuritiew . 14,8*0*0
Total . . . . _ 3«,M*.*o
Other btmdw, »t«»cL>., eecoritim, etc.: 4,731.66
i ■(‘iini; Houae, |B,C(JO; Furniture and fixtures, V.ddO . _ 10,00*.M
’ Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank . 14,711.11
l i Cae’i in vault on«l amount due from national bank-, 31.46L71
Amount duo from State bankH, bankers and trust eompaniiM in th
United Staten (other than included in Itruw 8,8, or 10) . 3,860.61
1." Checks on other banks in the same city or town us reporting bunk
(other than Item 12)...-. 1,668.t8
Total of Items 0, 10, It, 12 and 13_. 36,46b.b0
1' Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer and due fr<»ai U. 8.
Treanurer . 1,260.00
TOTAL $311,030.92!
LiabUitiea
I”. uupiUd Stuck oai.l in . .. ... } 26,000.00
IB ■ i:~, lu.-: FttawL ........ 40,*00.00
I!’. Undiv.Bed nrcdlts .... . ._R6,
c Ix-ss current expenses, interest and taxci paid ... 6.627. M
20. Circulating Dotes out uni ding . 26,00*.*0
2i Cashier’s checks on own bank oututandinK ... . ... 576.79
To'ai of ItenoH 21, 22, 23, 24, and 26— 576." U
Demand deposits( other than hunk deports) Kuhject Ui Raaerre)
(Deposits payable within 30 days) :
ib Individual <k-p<*itH aubjeit to check 103,820.65
Certificates of depooit du.- ri lens than 30 days (other than for
mi oi z borrowed) _. . . ‘13,983 81
Total ” demand de ismitn (other ti.a i Lank deposits) nnLjf>ct
t < Kisi r-.e, Itens 2fi, 27, 28, '39. 30 and 31 . . 200,813.49
• lid's puyuutr with l'« df nJ Recurve Batik 13,000.00
I i ibifitie. < H r ttinu those -iL>ve L-.u I . . 19 08

TOTAL ’ 8ai1,036.92
■it. v u Arkansas County of Sevier, SS.t
1. U. *' VI i ' I. «.'i>-h‘cr, of th aix v • i ..wr baiu d<i ■ d.-<>iniy : wear thnt the abov«-
ent . <.:.!>• 'a> t l . Li tof my Jmowlk-dire and 1 I’kl. R I’. MITCHELL, Ci hier.
..nd sworn to hefor ■ t io 7th dr y of Jujnuary, 192'4 E. C. LAKE,
’<(v ■; «>on ext’l-en ! /I' 192? Notary Pnbtfc
t'Jorrect Attest.
3. 8. ItaAe,
A •>>» Cotlin«,
duo. L. Tobin, Oireatoin.
I ———~ —
U b E A LARGE,
Isi’AClOl'S ROOM, 25x80,
I’PI’EK STORY, ON
I
MAIN STREET
I
j\Vih r«n.‘ «i <; tern. of months to
’right o<Hiy at .1 very attractive
■ pri<». told in- partitioned off at
on littk ♦•' (»< s< affording idee
living quarto* o r for offices
See or write
W VI. GILSTRAP.
nr QUEEN, ARK,
hrok, >0 fa*aseti and
Also
K« ii h state, Rentals lamhw and
fciHurance
ay way, the man who boasts of
ibility as a liar isn’t a hypo
ct ite
■Vurry can arnlost always tx
\ k-<l off.
Setter a good paying job than
. ■ ’ v salaried position.
Aim at the top. it may help you
t > land in the middle.
It is sometimes hard to forgive
o-i riends for our loneliness.
The man who io addicted to
white lies soon becomes color
blind.
Most men know more about wo
men than women know about
cht mselves.
” NOlTciL
All persons are warred to keep
stock out o f Bear Creek
"ence distri- t No. 6.
R. A. Braik.
G. T. Edwards.
Mr. French.
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