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SPECIAL
SATURDAY
HIST RKCHVEO:
dirge ot
MTOlid llilll‘l goi»ik
onsiMilig ol
" ds,
Matlrv-es
Con;i»irf
Pillowy rtr.
il imbnird of pii<i•..
I
Come Io uh* with
yon” »iei J > and !et\
mu m whw" ■ \iii do,
'S-fli?-. high patent
flour $1.69
dry >«h meat, tb, 12c
1 <• baking powder.
2 for 35c
i ar Navy, th** plug 80c
{ice, 20-lbs. SI.OO
i'
Overalls. $1.25 kind.
pair ._... 99c
St.2b dress shirts, only .08c'
Nelson Sox. 15c kind,
the pair 9c •
II
Jsc gloves, pair Uh
i Organ, worth $75.00,
m this sale $25.00
X $400.00 piano, only $150.00
\ $300.00 piano, only SIOO.OO
i
A fine piano-organ.
only 810.00
A fine old Stradavarous
violin, only $15.00
1 $22.50 kodak, new.
only $7.50 ’
$88.50 Singer sewing ma
*hi»e, slightiy used. $35.00,
\ New Standard machine • }
$35.00'
1 •
\ fine Rotary machine,
worth $75.00 for _525.00!
Ml Loys at your price. i
’I 11; ’ ■.« c♦' . d»’ ‘lit >0
•0;h■-‘4»>♦ i»d out'* size',
rotfi ft> up. Mibl M-ll.!
’Nmi ».d Oovr* and
ranm H you want lo ;
>v f i » n d -tm call »n
Hid Ih fi»* slmw von
hn >ngb.
n
Ve an no a in our pld
viand h» i bldg.
1 Malicoats
Jl Variety Store
HA h EK.
)S t ' the Baker community
au idol the ringing contention
at Ait. r'h'ff .ant on .1 » iirnt Bun-
Jday in this montl < ■ ffl
Iplendid singing. Enjoyed i tine
[dinn. i oj whkh then-whh o hour -
'tiful supply, and all report, a fine
time. The next convention goes to
'th? Chapel Hill class the first
Sunday in April and Saturday
| pi»‘VloUs.
i It V. .1. T. Benson was here on
(Sunday morning and Sunday
ight and delivered two splendid
; ermo i . *<» an attentive audience
Cr». le Pete McCab n and his
d, Mr. Short, of lowa, took
• dim, ■ with G. T. Edward- md
• i amity last Saturday.
I Mr, Rossback of Mena is u the
■» immunity this week.
Joi i Holland haw returned
!•• from Arkadelph: ~ where he
' I -en working for nome time,
lopi.i- Edward j and wife ar
I h < th'* Hargis plac.
II hi week.
“i Taj lor »v< . ;.-. i back at
i S in.lay s »r >ng an I night
■ aj.-s theie are no girl.- to bt
■ I in Un* hilb, Kid val'M of tlrn
I ‘"•ling Cork where they rece tlj
vo\e<l to, so In- h-. had to c>mn
| u.t< k to B iker.
( he F ker uig'r ■ .la • ie-or
.inized on 1.1 * an i.i;, i’ : <ht v th
IP. A. M-i'aOe a rov.ii-.i■.•»>< and
Vi rd 1 Parker < bo-’ister and
i will t ojv rue to meet «t H • school
p'.uuse t-ach Sunday rflernOon
' -nc'-p;, .•‘•■ li ins, on t.no second
> 'i'-d iy * lie> W’hlav- proach-
svrvioas nrd the S-ibbatti
hot I. 'i he h- • f. i ging on
Hutt tiny will >)•■>' oh, bo
> ts- 7 p, m
■I. T Edw •>,. hi ■ , out 1,000
•d.u ' ei. pi lut.. pi fly and ia
i >w outting out 00 ‘t( h s
aid i ‘"a apple tree .
Mr. mm Mr-.. Ralph Vock visit
’d M‘ - < York’s parent;' Sundaj
’ i;l an I Mnndii'
lr.. Jm vs E. Stnndar • '.vtll *£-
! ’ at v . Lngcr, Tex ,
Thursday, the L2th, *fter ,n Ok
ie id. d ei.,it with her parents and
other datives ’n Sevier county
Ulric
WOFFORD CHAPBL.
John Chandler made h Lus nese
np to Mena Friday.
Mi.s Susan Burrow Wk-, called
• ■ the bedside of her nephew,
>Atd Cox, of De Queen, Sunday.
S \ ual from here an- hauling
• ravel on the highway.
Ah Carry spent last week with
51and Mrs. Eugene Longacre
of Walnut Springs.
', ill Spence of Gillham spent
■'•. i -day night with his parents,
Mr m t Mrs. Joe Spenco. Will is
iv ng i, Robert Smith’s place.
.1. D. ’ball in expecting his son,
Deuiiir, of Ka Isas City to come.
IhC \o-r4 to make his home with
thetn.
r. \V. Wra? is weatherboarding
his house.
nro. Roland will preach the fifth
S J eday. Everybody come and
hear Bro. Roland It will do all
of us good
Vlr. Luther Taggart and Miss
i •< Chandler were. quietly
narrivd Saturday, Jan. 7, at the
ourt h.>use by Tudg- Holman.
lh j 'di soon move to Rock Hill,
wher thi-- w.H mak(> their home.
n>'se younj. pex-pb- have on- cor
gratulations. \A dd Ross
CROSS 1 KAUS.
Set .-rat »f our school patrons
it th.' . chool h use lastThurs
<H and cut our winter’s .supply of
> uvd. Thanks.
Mr-. Baihmi hi. rie aught
nr ; he roof chi’ : >o.r < nant
was away. If it had . ! been fcr
th<-r ‘ imely arrival of B *i. .Tchn
- -ho chanced to be passing
dM , he road, the house nd con
t ould hav« undoubtedly
burn. <1 up iib he wife and
h- r . -o I ttk ones w-rr r. horn*
; at the time of the fire.
; dur tubry’s dance last Satur
! da.. .1- . great suc< . Every
body nud a fine time
; Jep Carter and wife gave a fare
well da to their many friends
I recently in honor of Mrs. Carter's
i Mothers. -ho were visiting the
(art t family . The aforemention
!edg» i tiemen have returned to
nei nomes in Omaha, Neb, well
■dr m; d with Arkansas
| W< *ad a tig watch meeting
: arty at A. E. Hedges home
. Year’s uv>■. Everybody put
•r 1 >t\«t f 'ot forward for i good
I
G. W. Hackb’ hou.a had a v.ar
! row escape from fire on the same
• I evening us Mrs Bachrnier’s, but
Willie Bishop got busy and saved
.it ’ r :r the dames.
RetU Boc
ROCK HIL L~~
Moving h:d» been the go the
past VvOvk.
Mr. Hunter moved on the o*>e
.de of Melrose Monday
DE QUEEN BEE, DE QUEEN, ARK., JAN. 13,1922_
l
' Mr. Hall moved m tin* hoti’c i
~.cat»‘d by Mr Hunter
' ?d:\ Hunter and Judge Miller
i o.vru -o their nCw homes’ last
- f r >. ..,<»! i- the hou>*
• v - ted ; V- Hesu-r Mille 1
. , ,viiC vi the Vicinity attend-)
,h» Ijceum number C Lockes-
> i Thursday night.
I r p.«- .upper wa ■■ well uxteiid
... right. It brought
"S. 'he sum will be used in
‘ ( > ‘tn.- i r our new stage -<nd to
11 benefit of lb school.
1 <mr Sunday .school was well at !
• I -I.Jed Sunday. •
Murium and Floid!
:p, i f Geneva were tn thl- (
! , ■ ’. Sale day light.
. vend altemleii nr iyer meeting
! light We ; nv ; te every-1
() iltei.-1 u’’ iyer meeting)
i ;,\ v Snookum-
ONE DIRECTORY
<h- I -i! iv.i'u ixidges Meet «n
. 1. O. U. C. Hall
*" I
!)>• thii’iii Lud/;« i s ’’ • I *T
f O. O F.
‘ 1 . da v • !<■ h.
a r e ome.
(1 Lewis, N G
( ’' Hutchif ion, Scc'j t
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I. O. O. F.
ights. ' 1
<! \\ ( ir-.toii. 6. I*.
' 11 j Mn h. Scribe.
. !'• < R M MI LOW : .No. 1 I
. .i-.t h ; T-.l '• ■ :
\.n Lewis,N. G
. i tins;, Scc’y.
.Swett bionic N>n V»l i
11.I I . XA. M.
eet and 3rd Mono -v > : . j
r.U Butler, W. M
I t. Campbell, jr.. Sec’y.
. t •«.. a < hapte* No H)
« A. M.
1 ' ! ’
agnts. I
M. G. Bock, H. P. j
, I ben ;x*b';A'. Sec y.
• <-i.i. - d ’ --wnandery Wo. |
kMGIITS TEMPLAR
r.cei * nd *rd Tuesday
mgntw
IV . c. Bock. Em. Commander.
'A il! :>1 Smith, Recorder
, ... ■ — — ■-
i'Ju "lutt'ii < hapier No. /At
n'BHER Ol‘ EASTERN STAG
feel 12nd and 4th Friday n ght »|
Mik. J. W. Worrell, W M
r heirl Latimer, Sec/v.
Camp No. 13262
MOIIEKN WOOIkMKN
/-• -et. • every 2nd and lasi '> ne”
1.,' night of each month.
Jacob Brown, Consul
it. C. Sy pert. Clerk.
Camp No. 2OH
" OOI> MEN Ob' TH E WtNRI JU
..Vr-t tie/ ’.'it. .no ".rd WTdtte-.-
I; V rHghtfc.
I . 1 viurnanft'-r
P V Gregg, Clerk
Pine Grove No. 42
WOODMAN CIRCLE.
• / v .-'-i ?rnl and JtC l'‘ri'i,'wy
ift
Guardian
j, ? Clerk.
( STOP’ "nuUKt USSEN*
nAAMMS TU KAAM MJI-WTUi- FUSv-n
at tu’ o tu -hav feR veS
OLE MOUt TJWH AK» MET 1
V4OMX TA<£ MONM= TOWN* \
ARE TOtiMHW]
I * 'HO or- A Gtyu 9 J
L i *
A yOf ,
r -4r
- • .TnegfuP
4UOMIUE.
I.i era make wedding suits,
1 i lawyers make the divorce
-uits..
' b everyday Christian has
.en < nato the Sunday fel
’cw’s one.
"he wOrr un who weds a bad egg
ted not expect to'enjoy th raatri
n '"ial yolk.
omen *ho cheapen themselvea
I • • .« kmt" that men do not care
I for bArgaiOA
1
Reatha Wntson .
“ ■' '■ t/x?/
I
■ ■■ i
■V |
•• • ■ • 4
’ -V ■ ■■
>
) .a,. wo be.iuti ul to hve in a
, -,; y —thu;<n January, did
juug* from hi<i bench males the
| Jin .zinpi fae.:uty of rteatha WaUart a
• t ;c He baiiUhadl hen* to her home
..i- L'l Centro. Calif. She w . then six
reen jh years ayo ehe thought hor
) beauty as a hindrance. Toda> it la
■ the -n'o/re'’ star's fortune.
O-
—--—-7-
i [the right thing
t/rc
RIGHTTIME
j
2-~ r*- - r
OCEAN ETIQIfI'TTL.
G. a t •tadhiOK >H the- r -j-i.IL i f i.iwli
•/> : i-.. . ue.iti'rUeh!.
j ! a matiy months ; Ajnerf-
f ’Ja-.a trlpi. >'or pleuuure
. i ■ ■. uHf brush up a little ou
i .Ih - jf the etiquette of ocean
Wir workers and the men In I
• m> .lu.KHairy forces’ were truns-
• ,i under such very different dr
»i .brut from Ches' of pleasure
trr-. i rx.it lai Ar as the funall points
of i-I,’iimer ;,o It wuh ao entirely j
tun -rent proposition.
■ aer ordinary elrcumstaaces the
wor <>» tut voyager has a good many
lef.b to <vr!te during the finrt few
hours of he.' voyage because it is (
von .idered only courteous for her to
iw.-nc off ‘itth: notes of thanfcs l.othose]
.vhe hav ■ sent flowers, hooks or other ]
pn..i , Hie mail that Is taken'
oft Kith ,ut- slnp'b pilot. However, i
~un avid crpi ct you to
nflb: >•' ■ a.jure of being on deck
titu-Hu- ne first of your voyage in )
d* -.'nat you might dwell at great
i igtt- r- -'oi.r apnrorlßtfon of their
gene con,tty
111 ■ qiutsiioiv Is sometimes asked'
, h.-ifii r it 1m la good form to use the
-oat'- ’ ery sk.li as Is provided by the,
■e i. lui •s, or whether It is not better
»...-• ii-ie’o own stationery. Good
form s i >s to ,'ianction the use of (he
iiip'- atlouery, ami It Is sorely more
infervsi. to those who received let
ters i.o have them oa this paper.
.-■< ,ou know no one on ship
bojti’d MtihC yo i therefore keep to
~>m o-t! because there Is no way for
yen ..r have introductions to the
othe passengers? Certainly not. It
La quite good form for you to begin
wit!. ■ ' ourteoui; goo<l morning ad
dre-.seo to those whom you meet at
table or wfiom you pass every day
on ceric At least by the second or
third day out you would naturally
.-dar' a conversation with the person
sii;ite<i next to yoir on deck and to
res<-n any such friendliness o-n the
pan of others would indeed be un
knot It* for any reason you wish to
t - !■ rt entirely to yourself you should
i >;.< a special request that your
• ti iji.i ‘C chair be placed in an isolated
I art of the deck.
It will then became apparent that
you do not wish to mingle with the
others anti you will h'fve no trouble
In keeping by yourself But by far the
must ngreeable thing Is to accept the
frienfo ; advances of persora whom you
rm el .nd if they appear congenial
then ;•» no reason why you should
not I ■ the frietHlshlp progress quite
;i." if <-u had had a forma 1 , introdur-
, tion. (Cop-yrU;hO
WH Y —
CAN CATS 3EE IN THE DARKf
I I iUCTLY speaking, cats cannot
I aM tn complete dadtMßg any
more than human beings can.
But, owing to « peculiar i n.-.;ruction
of tl eir eyes, thr y can n s t . tch bet
ter n - >f v hatev r lluir ■ ••< is mid.
as i result, they can flu<* away
throti..a rnnm which pp.” rs (o ho
very *>ark.
Th. pupils of a cat’s cot, are capa
ble trig enlarg'd or d*£f i;ded tn
a gr> -i extent, thus iet’iiu' In every
partiel of light. Moreover, this en
large: rent of the pupil takes place al
i most instantly and there Is th.'rvTnrv
littio apparent hesitam y on tile part
of a cat which enters a dark room
t after being in the bright light. The
-uirru principle holds g rod. in a leaser
extent. In the human eye. for afte.- we
“become accustomed to the dark"--or
after tiie pupils of our ayes become
srufti. lenity distended to allow the raj'g
to enter—-we are able to see much
■ more clearly and distinctly than for
merly This, however, takes an ap
preciable lime, while it occurs sato
matlc&lly tn the eye of tho eat,
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f Start the New Year Right | H
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ht muc (ji.-iuu'i reduction* we have ever ~5 K
h fall and winter We gGing to .s |E
nake : ixim for our krife stock of spring goorfu 'ft
which asM begin to arrive in the next few days. f : $
(hie special lot of ladies’ and udshch? rain - ♦
ods at jnst half pria\ The best valw.es you :gj 9
have ever seeiL is ■
\H Lidie>’ and children’s hats go at one-half •= B
~~£ £ he) r farmer price. They are going' fant, &et ■
xm 4 * they are all gone at these low prices I |
HRGH’OS 11
SS «fiik ( #Ol >S ONLY ■
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CHSSIFIEO
AOVERTISEMEMTS.
FOR SALE
For Sale- Maps oi Sevier eouii ,
ty, 5(1 cents each. Roe, Pc Queen. ]
Ark
Salesbo©k;x lor merchants, all
kinds at Bpj' office
u Sale Ford roadster in
I}• »;>(f condition. Eaey tenxe. Cali
. i i r.-.t State Rank.
.V; Sale On Locke Heaglib*
Addition to FM Queen, two nice
rvfudeneoK. City water and Fight.
Good drainage Healthful loeft
loon. J. A Dawkiaz, owner.
'’’on can furnish year home bet
*t' <ind far loss oioue;, J you bi*y
>n. JI. P. George.
IPn? Sale- 2 tote on nowth Gtk
street Desirable loeatkm. See D.
C. (toss at IX (X Goh* Co.
For Sale -Forty acres of good
land, ll* acres in cultivation, three
miles south cf De Queen. —S. R.
C.lomente, De Qne.cn, Ark.
For Sale—Big type, Poland
Ch’nu boar pigs 2 months old $8;
U pigs in litter; they are out of
Majesty No. 981500, sired by De
Q.men’s Giant, No. 446295.—-G. W.
Sullivan, Route 3. i
w __ I
Salo Smalt heater, burns
vood or coal. A bargain. -See G.
A Proctor or phone 173.
For Sale-—Fruit and shade
tree-.*., roses, evergreens, nursery
stuck of all kinds for spring and
"all planting Let m<< call at your
h- n< with prices and terms.—
I’ur'i-.r Bro’s Nursery, Fayette
,ilio, Ark., HL C. Garland, 1.305
r.u re street, De Queen, Ark.
For Sale--SI,BOO, SI,OOO c4U>h,
balance cn terms, one 5-room
houi c in good condition, 3 lota,
"*o.* M'Guire ave., Rose Hili ad
dition, )>e Queen, Ark. Write or
1 v re V H Francis, !)>■ Quincy,
1 ,r...
For Sale Team of large iron
:r i - hnrt.cn, weight about 1,200
lls each, ige 4 and 5 yearn,
forint.-'-kin cal) Hayes-Lamb
’• ' r Co.
■ Safe High p; ade Barred |
• u f h iiock and White Leg
’■» •' ’coaters. $1 to $5 each. —
’ <,. Venable.
17 )R SALE OR RENT*
For Sale or Rent—One brick
'milding, 25x100; also one two*
lor" opera and warehouse com
’ in -i of name dimensions, xtpply
• tc A. A. Sutton, Lockesburg, Ark.
•F< >K SALK7>K LEASE, 2 FARMS
i Ono 80 acres, 2 miles north of
1 De Queen, on Bankhead highway.
One 80 acrtvi, l miles west of
De Queen, on Otis highway.
Address P. A. Neely, 1110 Jen
nings ave., Port Worth, Texas.—
Advertisement.
FOR RENT. S
IF." Kent Reasonable board 1
.reL room for two; bath with hot K.
a> u t old water.- Phone 355.
|
For Rent-Three unfurniahod F
room." suitable for light house- J'
keeping. (jail 350 or see Mra, W
I*. Hodgson at Bee office. 4
If you have second-hand fum>
tun or household goads Cor calc, &
I wib pay you highest cash price. U
-H. 1 George.-—Advertisement
Rei My farm of about 70
.c ': I in cultivation, has 4-room Hr
he re .’.nd several outbuildings;
also good hoi proof pasture. IS
4“ Gila Dark, De Queen, Ark.
For Rent A nice four-room |r J
apartment with bath.- See or B
write W. M. Gilstrap.
For Rent Good 7-room house, I
well located, city water and (dec si
trie lights - See H. S. Shaw.
WANTED? 1 3
Waited Clean cotton rags, no I’’
clothing, at Bee office.
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POSITION WANTED . |u
a- 1
!f in need of a good nurse
me a trial. Can furnish the beet <
oi re f<-rences. Am yours to please. |k
Prices reasonable. Phone Geneva a;
cr wnte Miss Mattie Long, R. 2,
De Queen, Ark. K
AGENTS WANTED. S
Live agents wanted to handle &
city trade for the genuine Wat- •>*
kins Products. A real opportune- M]
ty Write today for free sample K
and particulars.- J. R. Watkins
Company, Dept 27, Memphis, >
Tenn. K,
<
Salesmen Wanted—to solicit <-
order;* for lubricating oils, greases
and paints. Salary or comraissiom '
Addres i The Harvey Oil Co.,
Cle.c kind. Ohio.
LOST. <
Lojß -i,arge pray shawl, Mon- JK
day a. in., on Jefferson Highway I
$?..00 reward if left at Bee office. i-
FOUND. c
- '-y.
.'\)ur.d Crank for large auto
mobile. See Wm. Gilstrap.
'4.
There are no breakers ahead of
;he man who is already broke.
i Satan loves hypocrites becauafl a
they serve him best and are salj»
i( (i with low wages. ■ c
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PLUMBING CO.
1 MJ. KINDS OF PLUMBENO i
I SUPPUKS
I PLUMBING AND STEAM'
| FITTING.
t PROMPT AND SATIBPAO
' TORY WORK GUAR
t ANTEED

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