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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 April 1922

5ntth and the ink Thieves jy CLAIRE SMITH 19311, west .v Union. ld Fors.ythe l :,i" I \,!th the ,i allusel "i- , le who e hielf Sl"l;,.!, in the grip e and has groimn ; rl of rt.ist fle 1ocIe the , h f 1 hL .a;ge hinm and, 1l..Li ,II> lraý'' in started for i' , k:-or of the He had alUi, t r' !ched it bend Wus hali.l " ii,~ shoaUl jonythe ioul{ed ;r dito the face of . Stt, the iwan iOU r : 'O .' ii.t(c ,i, iC a rod Mr. Forsy'theif' " !. ;l the lat ,orsythe," s"i 0 Smnti, "Mr. dIed suddenly tl:!, ,;,(ruinlg. We t be would be able to return to .bit the end ,a :'i, :wxprctedly. e have 4ecided to give you his on, continued the manager "'on have v, o: k d for us fal~h and efficiently for s,'oen years. wenet salary Is-or" thousand sir," answered For wallowing d~'!. will start on Monday morning 60," said Dir. Smith. "That Is t manager's rogular sal p let me have your key. I gwn It over to Grlgg , who will you. Report to me on Mon Wade o'clock. Thank you! Good st later Forsythe was stan...

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. — 6 April 1922

TA'Ho were STOP RAISE IN in t flflIIRTQ ACTaID ai BY N the l Main $500. FPROPERTY OWNERS SECURE AN N\ 1i'.JUNCTION PROHIBITING IN- tornb. I taia FLATION OF TAXES car OIa has CU T GIVES ITS DECISION of Sustains The Contention That The As sessed Valuation Of Agricultural iton Lands, Suburban Lands And ,:a.t City Lots Are Too High. lu i hl an a Monroe, La.--Judge Fred M. Odom The in a decision handed down in Sixth District Court at Monroe recently in M, the case of Guy 1'. Stubbs vs Joe Han- ly h, na, Oua(hita tax assessor, and the ized Louisiana Tax Comnmission, sustained viola the contention of the tax payers of the parish, for whom the suit was La brought, that the assessed valuation I in of agricultural lands, suburban lands weel and city lots Is too high. annt Judge Odom also gave a decision in S] the various suits brought by Munhol Dril land.Danwitz Company, I. Baer Com- 12 ,, pany, Ltd., and others that the assess- Salt or could not tax accounts of 1921, in drill accordance wit...

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. — 6 April 1922

lp, . Brown. Jr. : : : : Telephoe No. 34 C. M. Kerr, ,f Nw Orleans, tlng Mr. and 1lrý. i. 1f'. Ross. """ Jack Davis wlti return home from Dallas. SKey visited in fit. L,,hanonj kyand iulldiy. an Frost" Refrigerators-safe, and sensibl. This is the dae and the aut satisfac. market. For ale at S. A. Stewart ik visiting his t. and Mrs. J..\., Stewart. Mrs. J. C. IRollol'trJ visited Sat Mt. Leha:l '" Sunday. L.,1 Brown visitel, her moth. xwmltta last week. ~of A Mr. G. H. G(hllnian arc SO1d to know of his continued eunt at Mineral Wiolls, 'Tea. .- * " t zilagazlnes at IKNIGHT. iY STORE. """ ulid Mr. Guidry, oif HIomer, are Sof their pare'lts, lr. and and family. ir:l. ". " Filsher will at h chen meeting in New Or. 'InBk. ,:. " " Igrade class of Domestic llgtertuined the school board Tuesday noon. Ij PFeoti and Hemstlteh. SNettle Tanner, Arcadias, ldm returned same day """ -Atkins, of Homer, was the 11 brother, Dr. Lamar At Conducted services at the Sunday, and preached a* rpplcIative ...

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. — 6 April 1922

Sd:all lie CAROQI HELPD pnlk REGAIN STRENGTH ' : te d fi l l{ pama Sick For T "re " Years, Sufer',a Pin, Iervous fr th fii liil'Sfl Ow, Story , lecovery. '1 It tl oif Bil .., ,e te eaul Ilaa Paint Uock, Ats.-- '.,'.. Stegal I hl. fn Of nor,. , :". -+ *,*. ." the t ,,' lowing in'.zr:t.'; ,k:,tnL of her r- That tI Covcry: "L v'15 .,,akcned C'.' +sl] , dllt.on. I w^., , 10!k.'. years in b J nin thie sufu ern., . tº ,,t C c i^, wc t hery'l.U, do;res--ze . I ;a; so we taxes I cch".t y:lk f<',,-" t1e for; W22: bad to l~y and lm tiVr' nnws do ,. l ' vork. I ws.d i, (1'l d. i That a Lveiy tiing I ?:e.:. -º.nuiii e: flier lie doCt: .1',1. Still t ' aiy r,,ai tl t ti I couldn't eat. ran' -hpt poorly. beliPye if I l.nrln't 1.e rd of and tal froc a Cardal I wouil 1 a'" died. I boug. gati i six iot';; ,ar ne.';hibor told rt:. T'hbus wnat it did Lc,' gar. " ,onisi "I tc'.an to cat nmi k.cp, began tc gto mI strcngtth and am now wcd; and strn;, I haven't had any tro b.. . • . • Iisure can...

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. — 13 April 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th, 1922. NUMBER THREE. Sme mto yor me When you are young, the whole world is before you and just how much of it you conquer, pests with you. The best start a young man can make is to work hard and REGULARLY bank a part of his earnings. It won't be long before he is "noticed" and soon the older men are relying upon him and he rapidly comes to the front. Young man, come in, start that bank account today 1h000 will do it and it is up to you to keep up your de posits regularly and succeed. We Will Welcome Youl he CODHERCIAL B ANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. A CEL'S WORIE OF ICE WILL DA OLLAR'S WOITI OF FOOD fI time when many housewives make the mistake of saving a on ice aid losing a few dollars worth of food. They forget temperature of 0S to 60 degrees will spoil food just as sure quickly as edegrees in mid-summer, your food-milk, meat, butter, vlegables and eggs-in a well is the...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 April 1922

~' Otelwevenci8%arettes A Three Friendly Gentlemen STURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY lI fFIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocret At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of TURKISH, VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos Guaranteed by It 11 *fllF AVE -- r i THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journtz Bienville Parish and Town of A r tadia, I,ouisiana S. A. COOK, ......- .................. --- ............ Editor and Propreitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSI)AY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARS11I--$1.25 A YEAR OU.TSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I , "r9 at the postoffice In Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, L979. MORE SCHOOLS-LESS CRLEE! Doubling the police force, remarks 1 the Washington Herald, will not les. en crime permanently, but doublirng school advantages will. That may 1r a bit difficult to believe for the mall who has Just been relieved of a rll 8 of money at the point of a gun. It iH t strangely true, none the less. ,...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 April 1922

Legend of the! , Easter Children) ,KA By LESLIE PINCKNEY HILLh I ~dingc I ~ ' ~ lbreez. even T' HE legends say Children were first sepdr 1 To be abroad that Easter day regit When morning out of darkness burst, And angels rolled the stone away. 'For children's hearts are quick to feel a F` The deadening pall of mortal pain, And children's hearts are first to heal SWhen light and comfort come again. And then had loved the Lord Christ's face, And on His knees had laughed and cried, And heard Him say, the heavenly, place 4, Is where all child-like souls abide; And they had often ;heard Him tell Strong men by pride and greed defiled ,. ` That they could neyer please Him well Till they were humble as a child. . And they had heard the tale that grieves All little hearts:: how One so dear Was nailed upon a cross with thieves, }  And tortured with a poisoned spear; ' And how the temple's wondrous veil A. Was riven by the lightning stroke, While, mingled with the women's wail, The earthquak...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 April 1922

PROCEEDINGS OF MEETING OF BIENVILLE PH.'SCH. BOARD Arcadla1. lia.. Apr. 4, 1922. The Bieioville :'.wish S'iiuui Boated met on the eb,,vt. ly uiitl ,liv ' i ,i:l d at the above l alliwtild 111" ,'Wiil til' fol lowinTg n11teibt'l pri-'s.I t Mrs.. P. A. ih!'lbi"e, W'aril 1; II. A Shertnt!, Ward 2;. W'. P'olh. Warud a: .1. I.uri h,-l r, Ward 4; 1f. N Hta..,. Ward . f' il. Tharrell. Ward (i; 1'. F' White, WVarI'd 7 alno i qluorIumI. Sd lid ],t,,erih Ielp'f ! rtl;'.tr'111.o li',v1ig. [,I iI \N('l' I ,. :º, of 1922 (,rga;.i'hil; ai(d ire:a llil g S4iii;ol i~is :rift No,. (,.*i' ý), orf Blndvi lbe Par .FE (71'IO N; i. ?;,, ' it ordali o 'lql by th e Bi''uivilie l'i ,'i ,hi School Bo-hard if 11ic!Ivi li 1'a ri:;,. Louisiana: That the ter' torial iiinits of Sv-al, i)istrict 1N,. ()j'I (1) ,,f t,' P'arish of Bali. IL 1 . l.-., shall cuibllhOce a nl :.i jlsist of jlh, lii h,wjig territory of tihe l'arish c-f jfiin'ille, aI Si ttiiiis 4.5 'u;. 7 S. 9, 161. 17 1'. 1!i. 4), 2:1, ", 29, :'. .I...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 April 1922

1 (Continued from preceedilg page) Board Bcoom, BO RD PROCEDINS oen count amoun j t1 COPY: turns E FI. Fl~llR, Secretary. electio membe / Ri,gzlid, La., April 4 1922. To the Hl,,,I,,,lile Bienville Parish mt School Board. We, the undIlirilnued citizens and ta . payer (if Ziigo'ld School, district o. 5, Bieulivi" Parish, Louisiana, Pn jipeby petitionl your honorable body to the Pi order ai special eietctofl in and fox oof thit `..Mid Bingg#;l' Md.hool District No. 5, 1922, Dienvilie Pirii. . Louisiana, to vote a --two and one-half mill tax for five !e.rg for the ' purpose of equipping a ci. olehoo building in said Ringgold school Distni School District No. 5. vile, o. G. Tvui:t., ,1. F. Moore, E. F. for ti W hitton, B. F. Allurs, G. W. Pope, proper l , L. Toro", .1. H. Lawson, Y. A. consti Co virt, J. P. lBar,:iielor, P. C. Wil- L am, J, M. IUll, T. B. Page, S. P. follow 1:. itart, N, W. Gihdttns, J. F. Allums, To A. . Greer, C. £. Kennedy, B. K. one-he Afl_ ', C. C. Allurs E. N. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 April 1922

WAR ON CLAN WILL 'BE BEGUN AT ONCE WILL ATTEMPT TO IMMEDIATELY SUPPRESS ORDER IN LOUISI ANA AS FAR AS POSSIBLE OLD STATUTE ,7SURECTED Whether Assembly Or Parade Would Come Within The Prohibition Of The Statute Must Be Determ ined By Circumstances. New Orleans.-Acting on the opin Ion of Attorney General A. V. Cooco that Ku Klux Klan parades are in vio lation of a state law, (Gov. John M. Parker has announced that he would attempt "immediately to suppress the order in Louisiana as far as pos sible." The opinion of the attorney general made public was the result of a re cent inquiry of the governor if an old statute enacted to prevent unlaw ful gatherings in the adys Immediate ly following the Civil War had been repealed and whether in the attorney general's opinion it would apply to masked assemblies and parades. The opinion held that "any organi zation, the purpose of which is claim ed to be to regulate and correct the administration of public affairs and to suppress supposed or real...

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. — 13 April 1922

!!*lM, .P.erowN.Jr. s : : : 2 : : : : TeiubuNo34 " M, J. B. Bryant is visiting her Fl d,1hter in Fort Worth, Texas. o, "" inl Mr. Albert Austin, of Haynesville, wu a Sunday visitor to Arcadia. S.. La Mrs. Eflie tlHowell visited Shreveport tic sIt Saturday. th si bes!l Yes, Shoes! We say Shoes(m I.pd aold leather shoes-Shoes that on . j, war and please at Lyons Bros. th """ th Mr. Abe Dreyer, of Ruston, was thre ~glost of homefoiks last Sunday. O7Mri. Oden, of Shreveport, Is visit he M her daughter, Mrs. O. D. Auld. tU ' """so i Mrs. Bond, of Molnroe, has been vis. yc i|tIg Mrs. Smitli recently. at ", r . do SMr Dallas Rogers spent last week ·Rpyviie. We love on display a eomplete line w "ý Styls Millinery, and we invite r Ietion.W. C. THOMAS. ms . Henry Butler and little son WuMe, left this week to visit rela." Ives in Ada, Okla. "sses Daisy and Annie Marshall sa 'tldsld their parents Dr. and Mrs. 81 S:-hall in Glbsland Sunday. hi < . Joe. Dreyer returned on Tues- m q from...

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. — 13 April 1922

sei SOUR STOMACH ge INDIGESTION Th1hd's Ilac.Draugbt Higly! I Bie ieded by a Tennessee faus' for Troubles Re, TI suiting from Torpid ri Liver. Fast Naahville, Tenn.- The ef do lacy of Thedtord's Black.Draugbt, the genuine, herb, liver medicine, ie I vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It is without doubt the best liver medicine, and I don't believe I could get along without It. I take It for sour stomach, head- n - ache, bad liver, indigestion, and all e other troubles that are the result of e w torpid liver. Y "I have known and used it for years, o and can and do highly recommend It o to every one. I won't go to bed with. d St It in the house. It will do all It d shims to do. I can't say enough fot b t," ii Many other men and women through- a set the country have found Black. r Draught Just as Mr Parsons describes b ,'raluable in regulating the liver to f la ormal functions, and In ceaning I do bowels of Impurities. Thedford's Black.Draught liver medl. r do Is...

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. — 20 April 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2oth, 1922. NUMBER FOUR. F-key a tfis the Success. You can't go along spending all you make and ex pect to get ahead. IT CAN'T BE DONE! But if you will practice a little economy and put some money in the bank each pay day, there is nothing that can stop you from becoming wealthy. Come into our bank and open an Account and add to It regularly. We Will Welcome You! The COMNERCIAL DAN -"The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. A INICKEL'S WORTH OF ICE WILL A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FOOD SIs the tipme when many housewives make the mistake of saving a aicke's on ice and losing a few dollars worth of food They forget a spring temperature of 5s+ to 60 degrees will spoil food just as sure peot as quickly as 90 degrees in mid-summer, your food-milk, meat, butter, vegetables and eggs--it a well it*igerator is the only safe thing to do at t is seaon of the year. well informed housewife knows it. oe ' gularly fro...

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. — 20 April 1922

Sone.televen cigarettes Three Friendly Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA blP BURLEY y 1 I I i In a nc' !,ifark:gL that fits the pocket- At a : c t fits the pocket-book The s, rn. ~wmatched blend of TURKi.',': i, V'iRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos Guanteed by* lU- - 111 UL - 1 THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official JournJ Bien'dlle Parish iad Tozwn of Artadia, Louisiana S. A COOK,..: .... ...................... ......................Editor and Propreitor PI.BLISHED EV'IRY THURSDIAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE P'.llSI- 42.25 A YEAR OUThIDE TIHE I'AItlIIST ' ADVERTiSING RA 'ES ON A PPLICATION' Entered as Second Class Matter. April I i, "r.g at the postotfice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March j, LS79. Case Of Fatty Arbuckle Under that, caption the Ne{w Ir leans Times-Picayune, whose commcit is receiving lots of commendation, hald this to say: So the Arbuckle case has enlded in a "splendid victory!" The gross comedian has escapedi legal punishment for acts that, what ever their relation to existing st...

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. — 20 April 1922

o u o 4 /41 4,~;B7B~cSthT~~c~f* Illustrations bYtj Ir fr d pyrighty Doubleda Pae & Coman . d ~p~rqhby ou~edyPay &mpai3 THE DEBATE. Synopsis..-Wlth his grandfather, small IR.msey Mlitholland is watch Ing the "Decoration Day Parade" in the home town. The old gentle man, a veteran of the Civil war, endeavors to imprfl's the young ster with the signitiicance of the great conflict, andi many years aft erward the boy was to remember his words with startling vividness. In the schoolroom, a few years afterward, Ramusey is not distin guished for remarkable ability, though his pronounc'ed dislikes are arithmetic, "Recitations" and Ger man. In sharp contrast to Ram sey's backwardntss is the precocity of little Dora Yocum, a young lady whom in his bitterness he denomi nates "Teacher's Pet." In high school, where lie and Dora are classmates, Ramsey continues to feel that the girl delights to mani fest her superiority, and,the vin dictlveness he generates becomes alarming, culminating in...

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. — 20 April 1922

ATonic For W~mn "I was hardly able to dri, I was sow Wakened," writes (% ? W. F. Ray, of Easey, C. "Thc octortreatcd ine !,:r ci ', ,t i" two months, still I didv.'t r ': any better. 1 had ta ',,,',, i: ily and felt I St. dy ,ltn: ('D something to c lbibl me at ,:: care of myli'll ones. 1 !:,.2 heard of "I dFcio.d t0y it," con tinues :1r". Ray ... "1 took eight bottles in all ... I re gained my strcngii and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do ail my housework and a lot out. doors ... I can sure reconi mend Cardui." Take Cardui today. It way be just what you need. At aldruggis. REPORT OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL INSP'ECTOR - Jamestown High School This is a provisional senior hiiihd school applying for approval this year. There is a two-story ftraie buihling painted inside and out, with two roolm. and an auditorium on the first floor and four classrooms, office, anid lab oratory on the second flhor. Thleh building presents an attitat1ivet ...

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. — 20 April 1922

soCIAL AN) PERSONAL R ITEMS FROM RINGGOLD Asst Miss Matti, l"',q. laurice Wim-, lierly, Jessie Jid lhelen Leche were gueSts of thvir par(elltS dluring Easter. T hir.' All)('rt t',\lic . of W innsboro is the gtuQ ,,t 1:i, "nts. Mr. and Mrs. in Hugh WindrlY. Bre Messrs. F'raicis and (Owen Thomas des] of Natehliti,,'' mid Shreveport, were grin vlsiting rehttiv," , hore last week. , S Mrs. (. `. S-"ily itout .hildren re turned houlbe It'",I Jonesb,. ,ro last week by where sh(. huMs I,,i attiiding the bed side of her n"th('er whio ha s been Grit tcally ill. yp issElie 'iti .w. of Idla. was the pun guest of h(er l1;i'.l t". :1r. and M rs. stat Elmo Iluek el ' i,.. W y'k. str Mrs. Ruth 'ril,!)(irl:ke spent the o faster holidaYs :i e('ý hiomfe in Wash- an jngton, Ark. Miss Myra':, Le v ich.olelor returned sin to Natchit(5'his 801 .y to resume her the studies at the Nurial. . Mrs. Ben Tooke was the guest of fee her parentS, Mr. aunl Mrs. Oliver Stew art, of Sibley, uthring the week-end. en...

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. — 20 April 1922

STRAWBERRY CROP Le GErei IS ABOVE A VERAGEre| pa WILL SHIP TWO HUNDRED CARS 1ot MORE THIS YEAR THAN in LAST YEAR NEW RECORD PRICE IS SET he at First Shipments Of Carlot Size Have Ot Gone As Far As Portland, Ore. di: Distribution Will Be Wider This Year. no inl Tlatoa lRouge.--It i: estimated that r, 1701) cars of strawberries will be 'l shipped out of Louisiana this season,1 aocording to authorities in the straw-; berry producing section. This is 201 ed cars more than were shipped last jug year. ag The acrage planted in strawberries ell this yer in Louisiana is estimated by the United States Department of Ag- H riculture as follow6: 10,260 acres in m Tangipahoa, 600 acres in St. Helena fit and 3i0 acres in Livingston. The DI total area planted is approximately Dr 11,160 acres, as compared with 7700 D acres in 1921. th The first solid car of Louisiana trawberries left the Hammond dis trict March 18, but the movement was Y not in full swing until early in April, of' according to V. ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 April 1922

,M ID. E. Browil Jr. : : : : : ' Tekmoasa Na 34 Mr. Rl,'r:i,' llhhtimwer, of Homer, was a S, visitor ar.n( **tri Miss Eul:i 1lthl1+ tlapers of Bryce. DE ,and was at Iml,' hast week-end. B AGAZIN\Fi;-aY kind you re. w "` nlgjniglt,, Varietyl. Store. I)u K miss S:' - ' . l. . "f Shreveport, hillo ,visited \Ar'.ali. 1;l'0 week-end. K Mr Matt ''t.,l, I.il º,f Ilaynesville. Ia Sy-e-as in town Su'i . Na ': Mrs. Robirls :,plt. Wednesday ill ea ,Abirveport' ealr !lit ' Mr. T. C' Sit.iH,1h, went to Farmer :ile and Act"'llumiedl his family iome on Spnlay. *,Oi of Don't buy shoes ifrom Lyons Bros., ZI if you want junk, split leather, paper fa sl.or" sheep hidle. *** ll~ gins Shlrle I'iller. of Shreveport, I r S:u been the .iiet of her aunt, Mrs. St . laster Taylor, olid family. i"* * da KMr. Chas. Gilbhs. of Winnflield, a wi i!adent of T,. S. I'., madle a brief vi-is- t b to Arcadia on Sundlay. Mrs L. T. Langston, of Homer, and ply '. , Len . T. Lanston, of El Dorado, in uhae been guest of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 April 1922

~&AV&V rf.ýý ortý # to#-ý ttý04t* t t t '. " ý ý AA THEL UNIVIRSAIL CAlR B~yFord Cars Where. YOU 4100 ºAA ºA º1 Bu Frante 0rr. ( r A 14 A A .1 whretey anGetaENUNeeFod servceUhi ind Fof evccnol 11 1 A A ser t cru lses l e ato e iothers, is becausey he reason some aB cr by Lad l º Cawhere themblet GENUINE rd service, Ts kin servic O 14A be theY handle genuine beFord rparts and a sries and employ mechanics that are thoroughly schooled in the mechanicism ot f ros. Ahings the Itservice to our patrons, which in the true sense is automobile insurance against the unncessar exl pense of upkeep on your Car. Before d ou buy a car come in and let us explain to youta of buying from us. I l l I l We hve xcelentStorge aciitie an arepreare tak4 ,__tearef__urcraamderte pice ... . • • • '. ____________ . 2.41 ', AU.arsAssmbld odrnz An eCmpeer CopeeSokO Dy Eper MehancseparaDepartment GeuienieFrPat ''. Whn.o.prcae..crfrm.h ArcadiaYucnsflypaeyu c arhefoankid Yusulnvrsbtttenyptofor Moo C. yoa eta...

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