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BATTERIES BATTERY FOR $1.25
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same color, have one washed three times and one dry =
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DE QUEEN BEE, DE QUEEN, ARK., APRIL 7, 1922
LOCKESBURG LOCALS
Rufus Coulter and Robbie Hop-1
son were passengers on the D. &
E. Sunday, coming home from De
Queen.
Misses Fannie Mac Sparks and
Belle Gallaher spent the week-end
at De Queen.
Edward Coulter a De
Queen visitor last week.
No program was rendered Mon
day morning. The time for chapel
exercises was spent in talking
about the contest just held last
Friday at Horatio.
Misses Francis Maxwell and
Delta Richardson were guests of
friends at De Queen last week.
The Bible Class of the Metho
dist church will meet with Mrs.
O. Johnson Monday, April 10, with
Mrs. Hunsucker as leader.
The Woman’s Missionary Socie
ty of the M. E. Church met with
Mrs. T. W. Park Monday with
Mrs. 0. Johnson, joint hostess,
with the following present: Mes
dames Steel, Hunsucker, Ward
law’, Latimer, A. B. Gilliam, Dilla
hunty, Boyce, R. A. Gilliam, Nor
wood, Coulter, Williams, Wake
field, Park and Johnson. Visitors
were Mrs. E. K. Edwards and Mrs.
Laura Zachry of Arkadelphia. A
splendid program was rendered
with Mrs. Boyce as chairman,
Mrs. Coulter, program committee.
Dainty refreshments were served.
Next meeting will be with Mrs. R.
A. Gilliam with Mrs. R. S. Hun
sucker and Mrs. Chas. Bell, pro
gram committee.
J. G. Friday, wife and daughter,
also Miss Lydia Montgomery, were
shopping in De Queen Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Ball of
Homer, La., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Locke.
Thelma Neely Humbert has
been very sick but is convalescing
at this time. Hope she will enter
school again soon.
Miss Eleanor Gilliam of Ash
down was here visiting home folks
Sunday.
Earnest Friday of De Queen was
here Sunday visiting parents.
George Ball is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Locke this week.
The regular business session of
the School Improvement Associa
tion will be held Friday, April 7.
Mrs. L. H. Wardlaw and Mrs.
Custer Steel will arrange the pro
gram.
Miss Elsie Sutton of De
Queen came in Sunday’ for a visit
with her parents and friends.
Mrs. Nell Bizzell spent the week
end with home folks at Center
Point.
Mrs. Bev. Beane and brother,
Jesse, of Center Point were visit
ing here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Arnold of
Center Point were visitors here
last week.
Mrs. Laura Zachry of Arkadel
phia came in Sunday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. VV. M. Wake
field.
A. P. Boyce and family and T.
W. Park and family motored to
Dierks Sunday.
Misses Mae Harris, Birdie
Grady and Richard Harris met
Mrs. Vaughan Grady (formerly
Miss Irene Harris) of El Dorado
.Monday at De Queen. Mrs. Grady
will visit relatives here for a few’
days.
Miss Elsie Sutton returned lo
her work Monday.
George Austin of Provo was a
business visitor in town Friday.
Mrs. Drill made a business trip
lo De Queen last week.
John Sharp will be the carrier
on the mail route formerly car
ried by Roy Holman. He will be
gin serving the 19lh of April.
B. F. Arnold returned to Nash
ville Saturday. *
E. K. Edwards was in De Queen
Friday.
A surprise parly was given Mrs.
E. E. White April 1, ' Saturday
night, in honor of her birthday.
We won’t say how many years
young Mrs. White was, but a very
pleasant evening was well spent.
The following ladies were present:
Mesdames J. P. Norwood. Tatum.
Lyon. Boyce, M. L and F. E. Nor
wood. A. B. Gilliam, W. C. Grady,
Rea. Floyd, Coats Eager, A. A.
and L. H. Wardlaw and the honor
ed lady herself, Mrs. White. Dif
ferent kinds of candy was made
and served. Each one reports a
good time.
Prof. M. B. Bearden was in De
Queen Monday on business.
Roy Hooper was a business
visitor in De Queen last week.
Ralph Locke was in De Queen
last week.
Callie Dooley is confined at
home with an attack of measles.
Young Boatright of Center
Point was in town Friday.
O. Johnson and T. W. Park and
S. Di’lahunty were business visi
ters as Horatio Friday.
Dr. M. L. Norwood made a busi
ness call at De Queen Friday.
T. M. Gallaher and son, Ray
mond, made a business ‘trip to
L ttle Rock Friday.
Wiley Lewis of Falls Chapel
was in town Saturday.
Mr. D. H. Slaton and little
daughter, Tiny, returned from a
few days visit at Winthrop with
relatives.
L. E. Cooper was in De Queen
on business Friday.
R. R. Hicks returned Monday
from Center Point on business.
E. Boyer and John Sharp were
transacting business at Nashville
Thursday.
Butler Hill, John Runnels and
Herbert Hill of Provo were here
Saturday.
Roy Hooper and F. E. N.all
were in Gillham last Friday.
A mass meeting was called at
the new theatre building Satur
day. They will meet again next
Saturday.
Miss Gwendolene Slaton has
just closed a successful school at
Eudora and returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Coulter were
De Queen visitors Friday.
The Sevier county high school
contest for track, field and ora
torical honors was held at Horatio
March 31. The five schools which
participated were Lockesburg,
Horatio, De Queen, Gillham and
Melrose. The Lockesburg school
won the display. Piano, over tj
years training. Robbie Rea; under
3 y -ars training, Elizabeth Grady;
Reading, over 12 years. Sunshine
Grady; Voice, Bonnie Hunsucker;
Junior track, Earnest Maxwell,
who was the star of the day and
deserves honorable mention, win
ning 22 points. Next best was
Richardson of Horatio, making 20
points in Senior track. Mattie
Tatum won 100 yard dash for
Lockesburg (for girls); Wilder
Jordan, second; Wilder Jordan
also won second place in the 50
yard dash. Prof. Bearden was
very proud indeed, of his pupils
and their teachers were equally as
proud of them. Lockesburg has
some splendid talent and when
they try they do things. Quite a
number attended from here and
Horatio had made preparation lo
care for the visitors and all were
well entertained by the splendid
people of Horatio who pioved
their efficiency as loyal enter
-1 tairers. Thunks. .
The Texarkana District Confer
ence meeting will be held at
Lockesburg May 29. to 31. We
hope to have a splendid meeting.
Hankins Camp U. C. V., held
their annual meeting to arrange
for memorial services lo be held
the first Sunday in May. Rev. L.
J. Ridling will preach ihe sermon.
W. R. McClure and J. M. Hun
sucker were elected as delegates
to the annual reunion at Rich
mond, Va., in June. The deceased
are R. E. Hargroves, J. S. Dobbins,
J. A. Bartel, A. C. Wardlaw and
W. C. Park
The Junior Missionary Society
met Sunday aternoon and a splen
did program was rendered.
Tom Wallace made a visit to
home folks at Ashdown Sunday.
Chester Henry visited home
folks Sunday.
Miss Vera Henry of Dierks came
home. Saturday for a visit with
home folks.
DANGERS OF A COLD
De Queen People Will Do Well to
Heed Them
Many bad cases of kidney
trouble result from a cold or
chill. Congested kidneys fall be
hind in filtering the poison-laden
blood and backache, headache,
dizziness and disordered kidney
action follow. Don’t neglect a
cold. Use Doan’s Kidney Pills at
the first sign of kidney trouble.
Follow this De Queen resident’s
example:
Mrs. J. B. Pate, Third St., says:
“I caught cold some lime ago
which settled on my kidneys. My
back ached and I had a dull pain
in my kidneys and dizzy spells
when black specks appeared be
fore my eyes. I was caused a lot
of trouble by the irregular action
of my kidneys but a friend told
me to use Doan’s Kidney Pills
wl eh I did and they helped me
from the start. Three boxes of
Doan’s cured me and I have felt
fine ever since.”
6Qc at all dealers. Foster-Mil
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and never expected to see me
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hoping myself, as no medicine
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had tried everything. My food
did not digest and filled me with
gas. My brother in Philadelphia
wrote me to try Mayr’s Wonder
ful Remedy. The first do.se gave
ne wonderful relief and I am now
as well as I ever was and feel
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Sold by Huskins Drug Co., and
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NOTICE.
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taken from front porch
deuce last week no que>
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