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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

4e Bienville Dem crat m~~~I:,i III.·s I IIIIIimm""-**----- ..............,,~·r :· ACDA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAARH 23 12 NUMBER FIFTY-TWO *m~~mmErm·f· fA . r "t41 u--www--- , 'M.,. _d"eed. You must REAP what you 80W. ,ow the her swds of self .denal and economy In a short. time you can enjoy thrift. You must while you: are YOUNG and robust so that when turn comes to $" by :the.fireside, you will have comforts snwe*Isry for old. age. s N'dike You, r C *~ 1 • .. ' ' "' mss ...,fý" :'* ' ,,"t." .i ; t .. , i1 p"ELdjC. c 4 il l ! ... "r" ·arrrr-bo~:6ifhs~dsrid, yo..'l h .v ýa r ro fib. ,v,! ý 1 n a i.. S. - .'. S 1 Y' F Axe 5.. l hi . r;4 i 'J'1 M {`` r, - g , i t rý yy ký1 y R7ý,hY } "f r; v° rý35 ý ýt piece of new machiner and carrying itspato i* $* t h fi a c a l.b rd n n h t eese th t cmu:s re ghvya c a1T a bur lee of t he last few years has o nly scrire di to develo itun rK ittnOw b@(o h o a. Tower of Strength--a Colossal Financ+lGin alway L4,y ntgad t protect its cus...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

LRhIEIVHILLS DEMOCRAT ; VmSli EVE?!Y THU'RSDAV Yy. Advertising Rates on Appieation KSubscription Bates. 1 year ................................................$2.00 6 months . 1.25 (Outside of Blenville Parish.) 1 year ...................................................$2,,2 6 m onths ............................................. 1.50 'tered as Second Clnss Matter, Apri' Ii, 1912 at the ptstoffice at Arcadia, la., wnder the Act of March 3, 1879, r Q, A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS..............Assiitant Editor NOTICE--As Is customary with all newspapers the f,,lowing charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolntions " Respect, Church Notices for enlertnihents of any na" ture where ndmi.Hu1til is charged, etc. Rate: Le.<, than WIOt words 7c per line le per word. *!ihimnim charge Soc. sii words to line: 100 words °.r more, What about a CLEAN UP day? Nature ild more than her share towards beautifying Arcadia. Now let's do our part. 0 We ca...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

ii"lttit , _ n . . . Ilýt1ýIrýHýitN l~ltlllIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllilt1ti Smsey Milholland · By BooTh TARKINGTON Copytight by Doubleday, Page & Company -- -' IIIIIIIuhIIIII IliuIIIII ilHlHiIl 1 l IIII~llllllllllHIll!!llllll I IIIIIIIIIIIllllllilll11111ll ll gllllllll1111llll A t nonl LOVE. hie grandfather, land is watch n Day Parade" The old gentle f the Civil war, es the young ifcance of the many years aft a to remember rtling vividness. is not distin rkable ability, ced dislikes are tions" and Ges ontrast to Ram Is the precocity m, a young lady ess he denoml Pet." In high and Dora are' y continues tO delights to mani y, and the vin erates becomes ting in the reso day he will class picnic Rlm ent, appears iorable attention a young lady Sage and the ac the class, -Continued. *a murmured ibMk -might relmve her a"ny f88; Milli." rO6ut over the e i" the whis. tfather, beaditg , though st1 `hby hrb~ata neck, and the general crumpledness of his apparel, he seemed to he in all wa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

" fNAL CROP YEAR IN SIGHT lPractically normal crop conditions the world over are reported by the United States Department of Agricul ture. Argentina's wheat harvesting Is making progress. The yield Is of good quality but the area planted was ap proximately 1,000,000 acres lss than for the preceding year. With European demand somewhat lighter, as a result of increasing home production and a tendency to curtail imports, even so large a roduction in the case of Argen tina, which exports heavily, does not appear to be out of the ordinary. Aus tralia, on the other hand, will have a harvest approximately equaling that of 1920-'21. Germany's winter crops are showing some deterioration and France also reports a recession from earlier estimates, while Hungary and several neighboring states indicate favorable conditions. India and Egypt probably will grow more. rice this year than last. In the United States, winter wheat is generally in good shape throughout eastern and northern states, whil...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

e of young people trip to Jamestown gotig with the play by tht high scool boys. yprogram was render. "The Grea Chicken of Squash County." 2. $ieott; Reading, Miss 1cal solo, Miss Clancy ding, Miss Maurlne Jtero farce, "Stick to 4. :egro dance. and laughter, Alice, of friends here Fri. y. Prye 'nade a business Monday. Scott, of R!inggold, his parents, Mr. and Saturday. and Lena Ledbet, Mds In Shreveport last ,rs. H. J. Davis are that she is Improv. i days' illness. fegworth spent Satur with Mr. and Mrs. eon and Miss Dome 'rrled Saturday after e of Mr. and Mrs. Boone spent Friday y with Mrs. Y. A. Strong and Maggie rely in " Sibley. ter, of Hall Sum. 'week-end with home .0. J. Frye and html. last Tuesday, here regret to their midst. of Hail Sumtt1 with frld iere. from Cope odto vse mast ofg 4a~gtr that lt h*sr a. P,. tUU*y, ý., f , l# ,Ii- PrRr ica Mr. arlie nest, of Simsboro, spen the raeeken with Mr. and Mrs 1 OMaator Taylor. ' Mr. ad MnrD . ). Caskey, of Bn Place, visited relati...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups," "Banks and Financial Systems," etc. Contributar Political and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognized Authority on the National Government's Business Method.. Copyright, Western Newspaper Union XIV. THIS WAS YOUR MONEY Consider for a moment, if you will, some further figures. This is your moley I am talking about. For every fisual year from 1866 to 1893, inclusive, thlre wat a surplus of receipts over expenditures. During this period of 28 years the surplus of receipts over expenditures totaled $1, 920,205,013.41. For the fiscal years 1894 to 1899, in clusive, the expenditures exceeded the receipts in the aggregate of $283,022, 991.14. For the fiscal years 1900 to 1904, inclusive, the surplus of receipts over expenditures aggregated $31(1, 819,165.04. For 1905 the expenditures exceeded the receipts by $78,776, ti22.30. For the ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

4 Ie u 1 fhit m 4 CP~~.~b~ ttt/U Wh~,;h~ 0 rU i leu r tie`i Baton BougeL;. . Knighton, otomer, was of his sister, MN, L, M family on Tuesday nlght uannie Pentecost has been for several days, bdt j1 ~lm thes Celebraei VRngol hey are Cm Yi.. Fuller hat ejoyed a.,ist days from her son, Mr. . of Austin, Teas,' e re. on Wednesday. P. Caskey, spent last wek at Alabama seool l the c lss Gamntt, who has sees a m fnluens. 'I ads of Mrs. Whit, (aopib White), are glad to ro 7, tinned improveme aftr a 1U of linnflsa. r muead carep Ite . No uRs a no grease. Salapl dirzOeggms tom` with your work. Galloway, of Roea,, w a guest of at "to iait lirtf 4 Went theb ar town, to be5 " Clyde Story, of 83mvg. u~s& S. . .s i one came nfor tting the pies rrg7 one weol t to te e kitchen where t ocolat was sold. This was some. i, t. U. nt ew to all theoung eople so Itfunds wa enjoyed very much by all, The uds will 8go to the benefit the town. & Is le -Reporter. t e toQ look their best? to ,the wl ita y...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 March 1922

,ý } ICTT. VOm N8 ~'dyi+ at the age of ~~ and only about a year p.b"ishing a very respectable M ti In "Miodern Democracies," 4 " i= , e nto have met fairly well the .,F not r.l tet for a life worth while, says the New York Herald. It 'f,.srlrsig how many other Vie tsu: fttan have managed to keep going 1 ;,for `long time; and' after all, the ,,.'° dearest acceptance of life is to go on '.living. At the age of seventy-four Ar thur Balfour continues to play tennis. At the age of seventy Henry Asquith is , now engaged in staging a "comeback" In politics. At the age of ninety-one Frederic Harrison still finds something ' to ga about the world as he sees it. - At the age of seventy-three Edmund . Jose 1s still good enough company fbo Margot, whose snappy book he t ucmled up. At the age of eighty-two . Austn Dobson is still occasionally hMard from. At the same age Thomas Hardy is still selling verse to the agazines. At an age close to seventy j Horace Plunkett is, no doubt, framing now ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

The Bienville Democrat ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3oth, 1922. lta for your ' only today but alsd for the FUTURE. Some, are careless and allow the pleasures of today -them from giving proper attention to the fu s brings sadness and misery later on. Account in our Bank today with the stead tion to ACCUMULATE MONEY for your your family's future. It will bring happiness d them, , We Will Welcome You! "CONMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. CADIA ICE `PELIVERED EXCLUSIVELY BY Simmons Ice Delivery 1 C. U. SIMMONS, PROPRIETOR PRICES:. DS OR MOR E.......................65c per 0oo AN ioo POUNDS ............................8oc per 100oo Phone ONE-EIGHT-FIV& r cadia Ice Cream - ON SALE AT DRUG CO. CITY DRUG CO. DRUG CO. B. E. .i)WERY'S LIVERtD IN HALFGALLON LOTS' OR MORE BY RCADIA GROCERY C0.'8 DAIRY TRUCK i- Ice Fuel Co., inc. ARCA-DIA LA. WOMAN AM. I WPInSKEY CHARGE Boddle, assisted by Theus and Malcolam Allen Lewis, negro t 1, negro wom...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

*J one-eleven cigarettes S Three Friend!y , ,GeistIt mn TURKISH BURLEY VIRGINIA fir FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of TUbRKJII VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journý Bienville Parish end Town of Arcadia, Louisiana S. A. COOK,.... ...................................................Editor and Pro preitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY X2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April ii, trs at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, x&79. OBEY THE LAW WHILE IT EXISTS Our lawmakers cannot make laws to suit every individual citizen. It is even impossible fo'r them to make laws that will just exactly fit all the different communities, cities, towns or vil lages in the State, and it is very frequently the case that a law is passed that is needless so far as one portion of the State i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

The great!; vicinit 'SPELLS alre~ln weleol Sev the si !IAACO with lost 1 inters toritol to t0 *skill ` the g new cotainewherth :. 'lit)'is seaed in ýllft ýCHKWING ;TOBACCO fae So.rm Spells quality. Mrs. .Why? terta fa ue-trl sew ida o Pensis pacied air. noon tight in the patented TI new container -.the spe ' nnl1y is sealed in er ii $o Pennds is always fresh Miu _.an entirely new idea for ,eg bei tobacco. MuniI j Have you ever reaIh 7 M chewed fresh tobaccoA Buy Penn's the next time. the! Try it. Notice the fine con. - ditlon. few And after that, use fresh Srit .hewinig tobacco- Penn's r re lgom it oi compnies nd oter is ue WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITIES e o ste. i The "Want" columns of the large and papers are tilled with calls froms rea wholesale houses, lumber of. NA oil companies and other business AD for Tyler Comemrcial Col graduates to fill positions as book. stenographers, secretaries, 7 ort big opportunity is before you uste. ke Is the greatest profession w times. Regardless of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups," "Banks and Financial Systems," etc. Contributor Political and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognised Authority on the National Government's Business Methods. Copynght, Western Newspaper Union XV. BUDGET SYSTEM A START T1'he remedy is ailreadly eing applied to renove somne of the ,oiulitions I have described. A hIIl.',t plIn hls been put into effect. A directtor of the budget, in the person of (;en. ('h rl.es 0. Dawes. has hben I pi, inted to of flee. (;eneril [ºI,, is at W(ork now trying to find out in detail where the money coliles froii whi h iyou pay to run the governmeint ulnd wher' it gnus and thow prpeirly to aliportiion it among the semldinig a genies of thel government. li ih is just at the hegini ning of his hitg task, but the work has heguli. That is the Iuportant thing. The hndget and amounting ni t piro vldes f...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

:,,',. - ......... I.lw111111 i111111 {Ili { w I w wuw 1 n 111111111111i 11111{U{{1{{ 1111{{ 111 {11 Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubledly, Page & CImpany Iý ýll l I Ill{iIIIIIIII nIIIII iI I Ii IIIIII{IU I1Iilllll llllllIIII111 111.1 1 11 11 OUT WALKING. 5ynopsis.-With his grandfather, sall Ramsey Milbhlland is watch lg, the "Decoration I)Day Parade" i:n the home toiwn. Trhe old gentle pan, a veteran of the Civil war. javors to inpress the young with the signiti ance of the peat conflict, anl many years aft ,rward the boy was to remember ' words with startling vividness. Ip the schoolroom, a few years ,.-rward, Rnamsý is not distin . lahed for r(,markatle ability, ..Bugh hIs pronounced dislikes are _,lthmetic, "Recitations" and Ger . In sharp contrast to Ham iijl backwardness is the precocity pflittle Dora YoIumi a young lady heom In his bitterness he denomi 't "Teacher's Pet," In high - , where he and Dora are 1u" ates, Ramsey continues to "feel that th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

RINGGOLD NEWS that may Miss Gladys Lawson from L. P. 1." st Rnston, was the gue:t (,f her par- Ilii ents, Mr. and M[rs. R. V. wllaw.n, for 'f the week-em.i ol1 .ýlls. Sit N(!r'mnn. Gerorge anlld ,Jim Pope, who have ,'en doing some build ' ing in ;;hrevelport, retuned( inih e lost Ir week. ita M1rs. A, L. HIarpe'r was a visitor to , a Shreveport last week. tj Mr. Ben Batclhelor biN just ('olildl't- "'s edl a lpst grduluatt course at h" 1,. P1'gin( I., i h iR lston , a nd w ill lP ll e V t ,)l 0 ,' ti'Ili take a tsitiU$i in WVymltiesl,, . l'a. The School-Towni hIIiprovnl'lncl Io' , f gu,' flVe a parcel post srl e at thi old tl -. x'h(Xd bmiling Friday night. A fish l potnl was enjoydl by the child1ren. A talk was matde by tlhe presidolt. MrIIs I W. B. Allures, to interesit the toWfn i itl cnuvertlilg thle grounds ,f the old iun Iuilding into a park wilh a b:aund stand app D)uring the evenling music wa fur nished by the 1a1d 11n(l orchestra. Aln old fashion spelling btee afforded nunw...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

.~..E Brouwn Jr. t :: ::t Telb.N ~m ITOR'S NOTE -.\ number of ad- ti ~i~I:"tj items racll, d us this morning Sour forms wer(' doOsed, also a f qc ebanges in nmne ittems. We re- s g that these wre too late to be S 1 this week. as wS. cannot accept g g. ii for plýliicntiol later than P #ld eada . To du, Si) throwS the pn I. put of schedule, ntll throws it late ( reaching our suisuriiers. ir. v. C. Pipes was in Shreveport si j Teday attenril'. to business. b *0 aý .'Rt. Mat Tomplitin, of Haynesville . £ visitor to Arltllia on Sunday. t Jewel Mc(ulire was in Shreve. t last week on hlu siess.t".: -tm Erank Taylor and Mrs. D. It. ywere visitors to Simsboro on s """ ) Frost" Refrigerators-safe, I j V7ad sensible. This is the wjgii s tl e and the most satisfae . 1y n market. For sale at S. A. t u.: S ugue Fergiuson. of Shreveport qeutl the week-eind with her parents, t rs. iad 1. R. C. Ierguson. i $i *' I['Wehl, andl little grand wer'   re guests last week of l.4I -ton and Miss Addle. ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 March 1922

; ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL The Group Athletic Contest was held :dThursday afternoon, March 23. This 9work has been conducted very satin fact~rfly for a few weeks. It has been quite beneficial as well as highly en .dJ4oyable to the student botly, who have learned that athletics is for all end not for a few who are sometimes supposed to be the natural athletes of the school, The following were the events for the boys: 'j Fence vault, standing broad jump ; running high Jump, chinning and 1O( >' yard dash. For the girls, basket ball ! throw for height, basket ball throw for distance, walking a balance board, :ý 25 yard dash, and rope Jumping. / The resutling score is shown in the following: 8th Grade Boys Girls ( Sti'dentn in grade..........14 21 Total points ................ 230 414 Average points per student: Boys. 17 1.14; girls, 19 5-7. 9th Grade Stu"dets iv grade..........14 11 Total points ................257 177 Average points per student: Boys, 18 5.14; girls, 16 1-11. 10th Grade...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 April 1922

/ The Bienville Democrat f- VOLUME XI'. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 6th, i922. NUMBER TWO. Whether you have made your money in the fields, an office, shop or factory, the sane thing to do is to save a part of it for the future. !'Rainy Days" come in all our lives but if you have been prudent and BANKED your money, you can meet adversity without fear or inconvenience. Come into our Bank and open an account. You can start with only $I.oo and REGULAR deposits each pay day will soon put you away ahead. We Will Welcome You! The COMMERCIAL BANKI "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. RCADIA ICE DELIVERED EXCLUSIVELY BY Simmons Ice Delivery C. U. SIMMONS, PROPRIETOR PRICES: POUNDS OR MORE ...................................65c per 1oo THAN Ioo POUNDS ..........................8oc per ioo Phone ONE-EIGHT-FIVE iArcadia Ice Cream ON SALE AT WIVENS DRUG CO. CITY DRUG CO. I.bAVIS DRUG CO. B. E. LOWERY'S D DELIVERED IN HALF GALLON LOTS OR MORE BY IBp ARCADIA GROCER...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 April 1922

one-eleven cigarettes Three Friendly Gentlemen TURKISH BURLEY VIRGINIA FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-book- The same unmatched blend of ITURKISH, VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos MEW YORI CITY THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bicln'ille Parish 1nd Town of Arcadia, ,ouisiana S. A. COOK, ....... ... ..................... ......................Editor and Proprcitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIEN'IILE I'ARISI--$2.25 A YEAR ( TSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPILICATION' Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, )r9 at the postorffice tn Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, L$;79. Dr, W. W L. Atkins has given notice that next Wednesday. Aprli 12th, lha been designated as clean up day in Arcadia, and asked the cooperation of the citizens in making the day a sl!e cess. The citizens should glady ren der any assistance necessary in this movement to make it a success. No one who has the interest of Ar cadia at heart ca...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 April 1922

* SSter PadCs8 OL WEEK leads us through the deep shades of penitence and nor row to 'Gethsemane, the Last Sup per, Good Friday and the Cross, laing us in silence and darkness at the sepulchre. But no4 1o, as at Christmas~, an angel brings joy Stidings to them. Here again an k,· gagpl voices the greatest, gladdest, most blessed truth that ever thrilled goears and elated the souls of gen: "'Christ Is Risen.". , eek of sorrows and our way by the t ot immortality, to the glorious vision ]It Wi a gift is life I What a joy Th joys of sight and the visions of 4i oy activity and work. the joy of eebl siD) the joys of the heart, of ant love; the joy of elevated thoughts; j of overcoming difficulis th hig ' ttdoing good and sacrifice for truth's i thee sense of pntnthe beautiful and -. ae; the ecstasies in the rapt bass - the joy in religious worship and darkness .-F.9/4 . St0lta of, arch angel can tell the joy, - auptdel, embraced in this all in all- a as possileTe i c ouse In ete atero gea ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 April 1922

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