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I APRIL SALE |
I OF
I REXALL
| PRODUCTS
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| MOW GOING ON AT
| HUSKINS DRUG STORE |
IE Marry aru 1-* reduced in price. :
~ Many art -- . r- free with 'her purchase- :
E T det ar*. 1«». it • nt-r . rubber sro*»ds and ether •
E '/ offer.
| Huskins Drug Company
i When You Have Nothing You Want
i Money
= 'AORK, >AVE II BN OVER, SAVE AGAIN, KEEP
H ."AY ING. KEEP TURNING.
” Carry out ’he above p J icy and you will have money.
= Each year you will have more money.
E When You Have Money You Want More
S But to do tho it > ac usable to have banking connet
£ fir-t a- a mean* of -aving, and then for convenience
EE in the transaction of your increasing business.
EE This hank is ready to -erve you. Will you open an
S account?
| First State Bank
— COLVIN S SMITH, Cmhwr
“E DIRECTOR
£ HR COOJFIUt FRANK STEEL COLVIN SMITH
S R L. HOI KINS ROY WILLIAMSON J. E LUTON
£ TA KNIGHT C M GORE J C. MrCJ.AIN
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| Build Right
| When You
| Build.
~ You can’t build right without
= using properly -ea-onerl lumber —
S the kind we sell.
EE We rell every kind of
| Building Material
—E at very lowest prices
= Get our estimates and cut the co-t.
| BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
H Phone 419
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DE QUEEN BEE. DE QUEEN. ARK.. APRIL 7, 1922
A sl< GESSELL PLAY.
_tsptte the forbidding aapeet
f ,ky on Thursday ever.irtg of
wee*. the ie'-vr c'a*- 4 piay«
V *. --evedy E■»« ' »i* ” t*
t » Urge and appreciative
. id cr.ee
The pl-> except anally well
.i ’.needed n oeieg
- it bcTif koter
. and d arai.c out net *ee«a-
Kath’een Wa aer, a* the «Ur.
i *r-r part well in hand and f .ert
:-e pa? ar »i» of e<-*« that -*
■e ak -g ..v perfomnanee 4
R.-ere ' t -■< empoyed.
The p ay was a- jece-* and as
-e dire -&r, M.-« Y'an Deuber.
„ e r.er.U pra.se for the care
i. • f retn .g" tet aer.ed by the
-r u!t* lion, tc ceta.L
The intern -bons were uti.Ued
read
'*9 h of the vocal and
. / i- tea -nrr* of the city.
HOPE HA" S 2 . • <•’ FIRE.
Texarkana, Ark.. April ’ —
H -pr Ark - vi>.tr-«i by a d.«a*-
■ rir- tr. - -.->rn:rg. Tne
A- e -healrr. -aid t. be o'- of the
mLst xagn.ne.e. t i.i the *outh-
; J . .r 1 ’ ' Wa*
<„ 4■/, d. Ot' r'■ • i ling? .es-
The or.gm of the fire i* not de-
Snitely known oat lj '.eueved to
ha-. * been caused uy tramps who
r... 4 ned t- the top J - r if th~
i’re , i.ld. . • ’ 'nd rec =• '
’y been complete 1 a .d which dor.
wja unoccupied
Herring Sh. .- r. - '•to .ent frc-i
*c»- A :;l it*. ..* .iv... j a ie:v .
;;<tir- in Hope. wa> .njure-i
’■ ulging from the heat. brox
gki-.s. He removed to a hr.—
The major part ts the ior> wa*
b. C. H Crutchfield, owner of the
• ■<>■. A.< -• lj<..ate ■>
•esti'iied at - 10-' f sl7.’ *r?. Al
though dther nearby
oi‘*ide of the theatre and case
. • Jted f’-'m water s' t -nt-
. ■ ■
Telephone a *'i teb graph srr
vice an I th’- city"- electric light
f >'a'.t were partially disabled.
Ihe nre wa* 'brought under con
trol th * morni.ng about s:>‘J
after .hree h ur- of -tre " u
•■.. - work by the nr- department
TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS
Judge George Holman has ap
pointed the following township
a*.,...t0 a* '■t the county as
sessor in his work:
Jefferson t .wn-hip—J. L. F lan
a-. i.-i. R. C. Graves.
Saline township—J. F. Runnels.
Joe Holman.
Red Colony township—J. M.
White. T. J. King.
Paraclifta township—»V. C.
Hopson, R. B. McKeller.
Ben I. mond township—S. F.
Mize, A-a Hubbard.
Washington township—M. P.
Tabler. J. K. Johnson.
Mineral township—YV. S John
son. YV. J. Birge.
Mil! Creek township—Ben
Jones. E. YV. Eason.
Bear Creek township—J. T.
Carlton, I. P. Rogers
Monroe township—J. E. YVright,
J T. Phillips.
Buckhorn township—Tom Had
!ev. Will Crunk.
Clear Greek township—T. M.
Gore. YV. YV. Millwee.
Y. YV. A.
The Y. W A girls instead of
having the regular business meet
i g Monday, took their lunch and
- to ‘he o I station on a hike.
.- ral :ew member* were added
to the roll. Those who went on
*’ r e hike w<>re: Misses Fanny and
Rut': N ’ I*. V’an Deusen, Myrtle
ij FP y Scarborough. Xercte
Lewis, Minnie Phenix. Nina
Min rs. Myrtle Petty. Ina Ogle.
Sa’lura Edgar. Bessie Carlton. Ola
O’mstead, Flora Runton. Carrie
Hester. Irene Rose. Mary Jane
Barr, Annie Burger. Bob Lauhon.
Edith Degroot. Delma Joi es,
R ?>b:< Doutnit and Mrs. Co**ey.
When a man is reading a news
paper account of a wedding he
-kips the description of the bride’s
gown.
Catarrh
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HALLS CyTARIH
YIEDH INE l a T nic and B’ . "
P-r r r ’ r.jti. 11 1 ’
- • •’ m. HALL’S
' VTAL’RH HLDHTNE n-‘ ’ •
nr (il - and allow; X.j-
THE LAKESIDE CIR* LE.
w. M 5 me’ at the home
■s Vp*. H-'ry Mills
Aci 1 4 with Mr* J H. Frye a-
T’>-e ' --
. ? sci i»ed r._ a tali
\ work b ' Mrs. R-
" - service committee
to tre f«r .n the
st two weeks.
y -•- '.e-' r>: -r fo.Awir.g
f i . i - let io nave a plant
i- Arr i L> the edace anGecaied
7- i .1 'r given .n rex’.
■ weed's Ere
A. de us ice eourxe was aerv
- t*r f Mewing; Mesdames
\< Lr- e Frye, Roland.
■ ’ .... 4 - -O-, H '*en. Prince.
- j. <) M .... D_jie, P’erce
M-- Eh e Hill. Mr* Duke
' / f M.- H Di ger. April Id,
attended - ? l neral
i v 1 returned M r.day
’ N I I ’r - fu. e.-al
. iea’h occurred at the
J T...mii.z Funeral
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- .• aI -• ?’ Worth f ?rij!
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NOTK E.
- - t c,- Im-
k - ■ i . J N :mber Tw
■ f - Queen. Arkansas,
fice
■ ■ .O' ' 'o inspection.
T?:- the 2'.-- day of March,
1922. R. E. Leslie,
.’b - f tr.e City of De Queen.
A —Aiwert.-eme r.
NOTICE.
The a-ses-ment of De Queen
Water rk- Improvement D!.s
*■ ’. De Queen, Sevier county.
Arkansa*. wa* fJed i- my - Tice on
ne 2 h iay of Mar.h. 1322. and
•he > now subject to inspec
tion.
Th. _ th dav of March.
1922. R. E. Leslie,
Recorder of the City cf De Queen.
Arkansas. — A d \*e rt i > em e n t.
— W -
l-UW-Jf FOOT COMFORT
\ / / ANNOUNCEMENT
nA /ffA Foot Comfort Demonstrator
I ’ Direct from the Factor) of
Scholl Mfg. Co., Chicago
;i . ,-r Coming To Our btore
. I I. . I
/ / TUESDAY, APRIL 11
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* 1 ! /I 1 •' /
I'• l! 1 - I h Vou are bothered with tired, hurting painful feet this : a
1 i (i ■ll 1/ •’/ wonderful opportunity to learn how thousands ot cthe-
/\J > \ U I have been benefited and now enjov easv, comfortable feet
! [ C I I / iI h through the use of
* L- u J DlSchoni
*- ccd ».n«3 i -jstrate the uneven gj. j r. Fir r.
k trance cf>cur body u tl gb t . /DOI COIR/OltAj>j)ll (111023
j J his Demonstrator will work with our Shoe Fitters demon*
Vs " I- 1 ' stranng the merits of those remarkable inventions and will
i / \ I also assist you, if you desire, in arriving at the proper shoe
| / / requirements for your cwn feet.
/ Have a Pedo-graph Print Made of Your Foot Free!
I ,-f-bI * 4 t
him demonstrate to you Dr. Scholl’s new invention,
✓ /Jj (\( Pedo*graph. The Pedo-graph makes a good clear
,y» \7 \ impression of the sole of your foot without removing the
v-v j / 2 ' hose. Gives heel-to ball measurements upon which a.l
standard shoe sires are based. This method of measure
—- ■ H meat simplifies shoe fitting
a!k*Scr*te Heel P»ds wc.m com*
f -tar; , inside year rcadjutc
t •J ’• 9 wc l £*■ •. rn a* c s. rip, g a
y-■ .t.. ” ‘ ‘ - Come In Any i ime—Bring Your Friend*
DE QUEEN SHOE STORE
De Queen, Arkansas
010 ffillions of
< ft
A i ■ I 7 >
WThat is the amount on do- xl
; Tyju posit in the savings banKs fu
\\ 1 of the United States. * 1 1
I This is the fund which | 1
shelters, clothes and feeds VI
’ us, pays wages,builds cities, IJ7
■.Ti extends railroads, equips
industries and maintains II
government l
/ In
V ■ Ten billions is not all the
country's capital but it is
the capital from which -n
; drafts are made for new
| / developments A
Progress depends on the X
accumu-auon cf money for investment
The owner cf a savings account is a
capitalist
O-ie Dollar Starts an Account
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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1 Insurance Is Home
| Protection.
1 Your Home is Worth Protecting
= Y\e write fire and other insurance in the best com-
S panA- of America. The co-t is small. The protection is
S great.
S You can net fortell when destruction will occur, but
S ‘.here is nothing to prevent insuring today.
| FIRST STATE BANK
= Co kin S. Smith. Agt. De Queen, Ark.
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