ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bienville Democrat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,300 items from Bienville Democrat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,300 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 August 1919

~Y ouO we It To Yourself To Get Acquainted With QOur l Wilso Class Of Merchandise Wilson Bros. Union Suits, Shirts, Hosiery and Ties. Leonard, Shaw and Dean Dress Shoes for Men. F. Mayer Dry Sox Shoes for Out.Door Wear. Lee's Union-Alls. Finck's Over-Ails. Osborn and Tuff-Nut Work Gloves. J. B. Stetson Hats. As usual you will J. S. Co at y Visit our place, even nd we have a complete stock of it you do not want to buy, we want to eady-to-Wear. get acquainted. .,. _ E Brown, Jr. : : : : : Telephone No. 34 sure of a tuaL's character would dio, if he knew he ih' found out."-4-elected. Lee Ilienigan Is visiting Rustonl. ' man anid baby spent tht lItiston. IhawidoTl' left on Wedanes. EasItern markets. Is the guest of his daugh. , J. Murphy andi family. Lenh, and ('hill, of Monroe, f Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dawl. el Brewer has erturnedt t to Alexandria and Plue . Harrison, of Memphis, the week-end guest of Mr. or. ra Jones and her coushin, ite Jones, visited Shreve. ek. Iwo Buckner and W. 8. lin...

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. — 7 August 1919

PASTOR OF WESLEY NENORIAL SPEAKS Prominent Methodist Miniter Restored To Health By Taking Tanlac Feels It A Duty To Recommend It. Rer. W. C, Norton, of Perry. Florida. for several years pastor of Wesley Memorial Church of Jacksonville, Fla.. adds his testimony to the thnnouands of other statements from priou inent mute. regarding the benefits derived from Tanlac. Rev. Norton said: "Tanlac " has simply restored liy health and I feel it by duty to reco.m mend it as a medicine of exceptional merit. "I suffered from indigestion for eight or ten years. 1 had ilntenise pain fr'omil gas ar't'nuhIt loi In lay stolmach. At times I would grow dizzy ail would have seveire.headai.hes, I seldom shlpt well at night, and had to be extreme ly careful about niy diet. "The benetit I have derived fronm T1'ilina is niothing short of wonderful. 1 became interested il it through friends of lmile who had tried it and 1 ,tarredit taking it myself. I really fel I as well no0w as 11 ever felt iln my life. 1 ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 August 1919

o 11 NI EMOCR AT 1 ARCADIA, DENVILLE PA ARISH, ' A. THURSDAY. AGUST 4 n·~ t es ANDREW CARNEGIE STEEL L, & N. W. SOUTH OF GSLAND 0 1111 t I AGNATEDS ND DI E MAY BE ABANDONED RE1ATl o' Z ao Is Your anker? Did it ever occur to you that this bank was organized because there was a real necessity for such an institution in our community? That because of our exist ence many are privileged to the benefits h of a HOME BANK? II Patronize home industry by making use b of this bank. We offer you every con- t sideration possible, found in good sound banking. pu lie ommercial Bank at . Areadia, La. Pal naQi rail .' lii EIS NOARKUIN; AGAINSTII at If you are without tuV e insurance, it is the either carlessness, seme neglect or oversigh~t. brid We are trying here *ue to call your atten- Th tion to a most im- pall holdl Nilportant matter.. :: Best Companies Ses~nted.. rhot , "I NSUANCE OF EVERY e I A NT KNOWN TO NAN" at no Drag r. Consumer:I Do you want the very best of Mer. chandise at the lowe...

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. — 14 August 1919

i·- On- is su3~ir~er oti, NIIVUZDEROCIA! ]PUJIIiHED EVERY THURSDAY $; 1 I Ua . i IN IADVCE ,dvertisig Rates on Applieaionft Satered an Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffiee at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. _. A. COOK,........ Editor and Proprietor * Help the DEMOCRAT to be- * " come a better paper. Write us " the news, tell us in person the * " news, send 'us the news by a * friend, telephone us the news. " Cooperatlon is the watchword * " these days and quik action is " * the generally accepted policy of '* the Amerkan public. * With the purchastlg power of the dollar lower than it has ever been, it is the part of wisdom to put some of them to work, earning interest, until the time that money is worth more. War Savings Stamps enables the wage earner to do this. Save what you can and Invest it in W. i. S. p Will We Acept This Opportunity? Shall Bienville parish push forward and become as progressive, and pros-I perons as she is entitledl to beoolwnc ...

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. — 14 August 1919

r(lldia, La.. July 7th, 1919. i pmrsuaCee of and in conformity an ordnnelle adopted by the Police ,y of the Parish of Blenville, Stat Loldsillia, at its regular sesslor d on .July 7, 1919, I, A. D. Smith, sident of said Police Jury, do here. give notice that on SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919 re will be held in and throughou' I'arish of l leiiville, State of Louik i,. a Speciall election, at which will submitted to the property taxpayer lilitl to vote thereon the followiti; pfsltioll rliosition to authorize the Police y of the Palrish of Bieuillle, State Ljaoisiail. to Incur debt and ssaut its Iherefor, in behalf of the Par of Ilienille,. in the sum of On lion D)ollars $1.000.0O0) to rui 'ty (:;O) years land to bear inter ;it the riate of Five (i) Per Cent ;ntiluni,. playa;lle innually or semi ii illy, for the purpose of construct. aiºl mllantainiug roatds in the Par ,of Ilenville, title thereto to yes -ali parish. t or the purpose of collducting sal' tioi the pollitig phles ndl th kl; ct...

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. — 14 August 1919

INT"ERESTING ITEMS FROM HOPE AND VICINITY Mr. Curtis Norrell has been on the sick list this week. Mr. Arthur Prltzen is spending the week with homefolks. Miss Ethel Evans will be the guest of Miss Maggie Frye this week. Miss Edna Frye has been visiting Miss Leola Hayes at Liberty 11111. Messrs. Fred Ledletter and ocie Taylor motored to Minden Saturday. Mr. L. 11. Wall. of Altha, has lers spending a few drays with relatives here. Misses l.ura Frye J tanid ('hlires, Young were visitors to Mindel Wed llesdlay. uite Qa large crowd of young pr'o pie attended church at ilisteneau Sun day night. Miss Lillle Jiohhnan has return&. front Coushatta where she has been visiting relatives. dir. Robert Reeves is" ptcndiilg as few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Reeves. Mr. Arthur Scott visited his par cts, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scott Satur nght tnd Sunday. Mr. Whit Wall is suffering from n severe wound, caused by sticking at rusty nail itl his arm. Miss Fannie Mai Taylor. andn Mrs J. J...

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. — 14 August 1919

'. You Owe lt To Yourself To Get Acquainted With Our Class Of Merchandise Wilson Bros. Union Suits, Shirts, Hosiery and Ties. Leonard, Shaw and Dean Dress SShoes for Men. F. MIayer Dry Sox Shoes for Out.Door Wear. Lee's Union-Alls. Finck's Over-Alls. Osborn and Tuff-Nut Work Gloves. J. B. Stetson Hats. As usual youwill J M C Visit our place, eveno find we have a complete stock oE Ready-to-Wear. aa it you do not want to buy, we want to get acquainted. ........ I - r - , ` .,1 . .. """ .'... . .. .- . . . . . . .  rs. D. E. Brown, Jr. : Tlephone No. 3 1it-rrt i ft ýi few~ (I:O*4 ighi to 4as reltvhiI '.. Stal of I dihan.~IlIJ lOIs Klee the l *L. 'I. IaI Iigst4 1 Of nE Iio th1 r. hiiis eJo inri o'1f r'II i iVS 1 1 rtiS I 131 1\'. 1(. SlNubhu. of Ihuijwer, wais t ofMiss I4 t111a SIi'ilti1. on SuInt :11:r y 1 '1144 o lr v tf't r proud of the monfdhet'o dou rgists and the rubhlic hat~e in ill ad I~'ever Tonlic. 9' 1vnhi be of8rr.vepu in, 11i1t t,' (1 It guest 1uf bIer ant, Mrrs. Ci ud i...

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. — 14 August 1919

Mortgage Loans for Farmers We inake mortgage loans nimmediately upon receipt ea improved farm lands in of application, we will advise oIslana and Mimssissippi. you whether or not the loan Our terms are liberal. We seems to meet our require irve Immediate attention to ments. all applications, and there are If so0, on b .f ur flpectordl me unnecessary delays in will promptly visit your iclosing loans accepted by us. property, WITHOUT. ANY. We make no charge for an COST TO YOU. Inspection' fee or for the As soon as' our inpeetot traveling expenses of our a-w makes bhis report, we will spectors, and there is no notify you whether or not charge for examination of the loan is approved and your abstract of title by our upon what. terms we will General Counsel in New Or. make it. leans. We will lend up to 50% of It will theni be necessary a conservative value of the for you to furnish at YOUR EXPENSE an abstract of land offered as security, title to your land, with the On the smaller loans...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 August 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURS,;Y. AUGUST 21st, 1919 I DANEI YlV r tintnF nV I# 0 4 * 4 4 * * k * t l.ýU1ArIg *ý wuwe ".ý. The best eiridence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fied patrons We are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be pleased to add your name to our list ommercial Bank Arcadia, La. t ti [R IS NO ARGUMENT AGAINST ITI If you are without H F.NO n insurance, it is either carlessness, neglector oversight. I We are trying here , v to call your atten. C( tion to a most im- t. portant matter." t Best Companies : iRepresented. h ' A! I' 'NSURANCE OF EVERY t A KIND KNOWN TO NAN" r-sexerX~~~ox a x o ox  : o o e, .. . .. Ii I*,h - - :--O-,) * , - ,X,~ , .. ..." ... -U r. Consumer: Do you want the very best of Mer chandise at the lowest cost posssible? If you do we 'believe you will do well to call on us. We carry a full line of everything to eat and wear: and we guarantee every single piece ...

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. — 21 August 1919

?UDUII3D EVER! TIIUEDAT Wei adv A YEAR IN ADVANCE strt Aft MRantes on ApplIiction ver Jac e as Second Class Matter, April 1ev 21, 1912 at the postomace at Arcadia, is • . under the Act of March ,a, 1879. VE ecra I A. COOK...Editor and Proprietor # C C C * * C , * C * " Rep the DEMOCRAT to be. * " omie a better paper. Write us *He Sitme news, tell us In person the * Snesws, send us the news by a * " friend, telephone us the news. * * Cooperatlon is the wate4word *" " these days and quick action is * " the generally accepted policy of " * Ch. 0 Am0 public. * an * * * Br thi Bevolutlon by Ultimatum The plan for the railroad brother- ref hoods for taking over the railroad jol properties of the country is a straight. r., oat adventure into Soviet ecolofhl'. ,It contemplates collective ownership. but class operation and control, whlcl(b in at the foupdatlon of the Soviet sys 'teUm. to The American people. through their on SGoernment, are to buy the railroads from the private owners and t...

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. — 21 August 1919

COUJNCILF ;.} ~BADIA.:~r.s #remembered that at a regula: aid T of the Mayor and ~Board of of the TowU of &tcadia;, parish9La., Iltuld on1 the 'awi tiler` froml ý"h1ch ni.Qtig ;the-Myor 59)e 1Barnette was absent antisai"' Was presided over "b; 7._ Iayor Protefi, the fof !ing were preslit, toawIt; A.. Cigo#i, J. S. MeConathy De taiet. At whlqh ,inohqtlu !i moo. B. Meconathy okdered: a ABC tu ordinau*lue ,and .xpoye4 .tsa.dp, dthereup Alder . sn "eonded ,the motion, which o teen and there put .to u Tpt0 .01, "and nayes, and the vQie beanh t he vote stood as follows: 'a. i Jot the ordinance, J. S. Meconathy O" L " .Crow5son and Leo Daniel. ,ie rf °atiist the ordImcee. None. .o -Which ordinance is in words an( D" ia !e- as follows: hate AN ORDINANCE B'ebri ivding for the issuance of bond! n a th sum of Twenty 'thou al(i 000) Dollars for the purpose o. ýaya sig .and constructing a° water It. and electric light system -ii and yenta the Town of Arcadia, State o and Iuiýti~tg, selt...g a...

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. — 21 August 1919

;olt about one year dun colored pegr Old. I will pay p .one furnishing in. Silk Shirts Are no scarcity here _iTiCrepes'and Broadcloth. ~u're following the right light :.wen you come here for your Haberdashery. "-pour Back Knows when thop're OUR CLOTHES" est Little Store ilam St. Shreveprt, La. CTION GUARANTEED Al still in business and have shed the following houses: - i ton, on the Jamestown road. y, on the Military road. - week will finish H. B. Scott's 0 SMilitary road. Z n is up for J. R. Wimberly on 0 mestown road. : to see some smiles see the they are.our references. ."or , Contractor SA udSU Louis INal S uuu I uhIHlllhuuII ,"4, .- -, - - l f ill ilN I hIIIiflh erlw.d.e- keyoun-g men oa women who de t b ', -a ra·sr e insn Itn o .,Wer ieer~o had i w orc·etth you canr S ·,y+ ' ' - '": !il ,:, r t. : : . ,re" ' ar. , ... ,, ` t i · i `' "', - . C, . % ,', n4.: ' r~e. h ', y - ,"" o ^" .cý _, k,., ýy iý ` . • . ' ý - a ,,t.ý's' : . _ "" ,,, .. . 4 ...ý'ý , ri` ....:? "F :t." ...

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. — 21 August 1919

.: I a n w n- - ail and Winter Apparel I am now in the Northern and Eastern markets purchasing my stock of Fall and Winter Wearing Apparel for Ladies and Gents. Our new stock will be characterized by the individual styles and correctness of each detail demanded by the careful dresser, and will embrace all that is new for the Fall Season. Wait until these goods arrive to buy. S.J.. McConathy_ Jr :,dr. : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 i- il if Friendship was in inaworth has gone tc m business. u"trIe left on Tues. -*o idal trip to Pine. -Carrie Harris have Svisit to Shreveport nf Minden, has been a Ir. and Mrs. Harris Sherard returned ºtht to Miss Daven. .A Co., will have new Better rbuy arly 4 grandcbhld, of ,with Mr. and Mrs. - week. IE, s. Crosby of the Dan. slt week. Accompanied her . to Shreveport POP a-' 4 ARDIBARE o. Iic. everything that a first class e should handle and: buying in ¶uantites permits us to sell it Let.s fgurewith you on any requirements. We will save you -bC 'i% ...

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. — 21 August 1919

4N NEGRO EDUCATION 01 Clevend, 0., Aug. 18.-Mr. Leo ing -, 'avrot, the white official in charge of high aLoi, ana's rural colored schools spoke H. b here before a large aduience of his cadi Satte's gowing provision for Negro edu- *r b atlo. He reports ono parish, Beau- pay Segard, as spending $35,00 on slx and Negro schools. This year Terrebonne, sold which has no Negro school property. ml14 Is building nine school houses at a the COOt of 20,000. East Baton Rouge perish is putting up a $10,000 brick in aehool tn one of its small villages the Two other parishes are spending $8,000 each for colored rural schools, and another, though it has appropriated only $4,000 for building this year, has increased the sum for operating -ex. penaes from $2,400. to $11,000 for next . year. Seven other parishes have each in :the last two years built from four tu eight new country school houses for Negroes. The colored people are giv- of nug :generously to meet the increased liberality of the parish h...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 August 1919

,ý ~~- " 'ý' ."i-: dr~oil , ý.:Ai k; 1E I , MA" 9A' UGST 9h,91 w' N r bast evidence of our excellent, ng service is our continu ally growirig list of eatis fied4patrons, Prepared to andle more busi an'd should be pleased tb add your niameC o "o 4* our list - 1 11 Smercaialk mit Yt tn a flore :outain _ T 'f ,: ' M T, ,f O r. ~"ý`1 'ý'' ' t1: ýk'"t"tt1ý-. f 'Very :~·, ki~ ~~~r*·':Q c 'c?': °.t· ·· ·:.i ý-+ ''/r · ý'ý "' i .ý .ý Jy ., my;-" ':'Lý ' r:~ ·-y ý y'f~i 'ý i~ijY~f 5h ý" S .J.Y'ia N I ý. -T+.." :: ý t rI -1 h ,ym y.t' P4+"e.ý .rlA 4 rF e1 r .E7 ýr:'. '1l' ""t~ýý'4ý~ ,ý ý __ ." ;' . ." :'ý. ;:.ý. iii i- ý cýý"' =ý; ' . ý 3 `ý k,<ý - ':}ý#`j'"ý .,y'>:: 'ý8 I 'k' .: ý' ý ,'ýs«.= .c :l.._ R r ;'.ýý' '. G" A+ý ± "p. ".ý:':^ý ?iý''r ;i; ".'Y ' ': a ' k T', ./ ý iýý "r ' . , r F a , :.,'ýy:ýý ;1 .ý :ý , .ý, yI ý "ý. .},, ` . ' ,at,", " !ý ý ~ ý Yt' 'i -': fý ,...'',r"" ý5' tw . `.ý <. - iM` ý ': .` l !..,,." yaý, .t i : t ^tý },'ý '.A .: r~y .el `1 J ý l _ I ý u 1 'e··- iý:...

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. — 28 August 1919

$10 A Y A IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on A at il Entered as Second Class Matter, April IN E 11, 1912 at the postoffce at Arcadia, I. und the Act of March 3, 1879. S ...., a ual * elp the DEMOCRAT to * " comesb er tppa. Write us * n the 'wU telIusnperson the * , n kew. y and us the nSws; by a ~pnd " friend, telephone us the news. * issic " Coopgertion is the watchword * * these days and quckk action Is * ppe * the generally accepted poliey of * Benne " theM lnPn public. " Jo M,., "* **** ropet work Since thle recent Palns a number of war-t( Arcadia's street crossings need atteu The tion. Especially is this true of the m11114 crossing near the resldennce of J. S. the South McConathy and J. W. Sherard, where the crossing is unusually bad. comet - Thi "Public health is purchasable," says props the united States Public Health Herr- Belg. ice, and' adds that a first-class health of th pvItetloll service can be provided for reh Orph one dollar per head per year. In fact, rein some city h...

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. — 28 August 1919

j, L.a ., A 5. 519 '9: that at a- regular. said Mayor and hfOrd of coups the Town of Arcadia, facab •La., held on the al*Jve Clerk wT meeting the Mayor, b.in te was absent and sald* UN presided over by E. H. Protemi, the following presbnt, to.wit: . . J, S. Mconaity At which meetit L IMcConathy offered e and moved its adop p on Alderman A. L ded the motion, which No..., p4 there put to a vote of K£ fye, and the vote belni vqtg. stood as follows5 : .Vqinance, J. S. MC0uiathy of L and Leo Daniel. ue I t ordinace, None. to- I : dInflnce is in words and D ,otlows: Stat O RDINANC Febi -for the issuance. of bond:' on * of Twenty Thousandl aunt lnts for the 'purpoSe of pays and constructing a water day! electric light system in and sent of Arcadia, State of -c0uf and funding, setting. adlit s ign for the payment of said a 9a1 and interest a por ofe. ,pvi$of the genieral five ue vails als aifd to be levied >" this daid town for the years off -both inclusive; and pro of. sale of said bon...

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. — 28 August 1919

kear Is ecessary! -,. We're ready your change" . . The SLittle Store S.ribBack knqa wtoIe \ t.a our clothlea" s" -. % are l in iness have Sfinished the following houses: Ainihton, on the Jamestown road. S. i 4ys, on the Military road. Ill t ek will finish H. B. Scott's Q ->: :the Military road. ngl is up for J. R. Wimberly on mastown road. o want to see some smiles see the thy areour references. N. d, Contractor '4 * he.diU' nh Y': I. ,,I.. 3t a" °. Sai. . ý"S .. ý -t 'ý , ?ý'` ^. ý . .., , ", . ,i -`" i+ `. , . +, . v 7+' , I· :";+"+ +. '/: ". i+ ' +: .. .... , , . + f +i iZa. mum' .'; ,T~a ý, rtrA.' M : ..r. . i..... r pi' ..l ." *. f, t_'." 4r buyt neormo -: .. .. lift ell,"""?"H'" "4: ~l 'C M -.- , . ::.-" ,- - t ·' · ' ý +, - , . ! + + "? " :+" '::~i :31+ 9 .-*llv + + : ..,+,._ - V -1 r _ 1"` * in' i,{ý1Sf+"i,' ý ' .... i+ :+ .. ý ... ..F .: ..+ '-- .ý' ' . ' . .j . . . " r ^" ý k' & ' ) " r id.. ..-" q ... . ý,}- ýT . 'h "* k ý- , ,ý Tr q A y + +' + . .. ' ...

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. — 28 August 1919

4, / .. , -.' penin Display of Autumn Wear of Partealar Interest to Women OU can come here to learn of the New Styles with assurance, On every hand you will find the best products of the most skillful designers, arranged for your Est conveiennnt selection. A trip through this store now will give you an authorative review the Styles that are most favored for the New Season. e~ New. Fabrics and the New Modes are exceptionally well represented in varieties most pleas R to the worhen of this vicinity. ake a special, ort to visit this display soon. You will find well worth w .. M CLol {, YY mrwJ. : :, : :: : z : : TelabN@I UP 1ý1 k has r4cently isyited thi r rown visited Zonesboro l aednesday. culler Is spendlng' his ts8prings. 1) CAR FOR SALf- L MRt office. the new btytlt e at "=CAR FOBýSMl E.. t-oile. and son, Wilfred .y fends recently Gilland, has been a li Les ;bb .e , Lucky ret t)riday from Ieaile fstutoun is a agaet n Vand Mrs I. bL. ho baa bun 11U1t~ 1. at her hpg oftrn Ae~ sk*I W...

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. — 28 August 1919

at AU.i;ILw 10hI AmCITALIOE whirl VIAS E SE1 SAYSW er wwise S ' - ness Standg0 was Told She Conuld Nwd. Well nd RIS Iny sh lar I Tl : " i pined twenty.one pounds on thro t. ,hree bottle of Tanlae and It has Tres E done le sao much good that I have been Thri - well and hearty ever since," said IMrs. of '0. 'O. Sandidge, of Adair, (klahboma. Tre' "Be'ore I started taking/ Taullac," abl S:ibe continued, "I had been sick for T 'v"er a year with a serious stomach T S.rolble and other disorders that were T agging me down every day. I kept j getting worse until I had given up Is and taken to my bed where I lay alpost asks helples for several months. I Was evel exam.ined by speelalists three times, eve; but tey could give me no hope and I chil . ad begun to fear that I would never his S3.r co ve sho 5:I- "One day I read of a case like mine I . . that had been relieved by Tanlac and Goi I decided to try it. I had to send owi forty miles for my first bottle and in era a few days after I sta...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x