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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 April 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2jth, 922. NUMBER FI2E. ,t: m.Makes add to your own good feelings because you are getting If you have no bank account, come in and START We Will Welcome You! he Bank That Sevice B ankuilt" balance grow? Each time you add to your balance, you ahead. one. If you have an account, add to your balance egular ly, . We Will Welcome You! Tr. The COMMERCIAL BANK 1 "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. A NICKEL'S WORTI OF ICE WILL KEEP A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FOOD Now is the time when many housewives make the mistake of saving a few nicke's on ice and losing a few dollars worth of food They forget that a spring temperature of 5S to 60 degrees will spoil food just as sure ly, if not as quickly as 90 degrees in mid-summer, S Keeping your food-milk, meat, butter, vegetables and eggs-in a well iced refrigerator is the only safe thing to do at this seaon of the year. Every well informed housewife knows it. Tak...

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. — 27 April 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journa Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana S. A. COOK,.. . . ..... ........Editor and Propreitor PT JBLISHEI) EVERY THURSDAY 42.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE P'ARISII-$2.25 A YEAIl OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Sec,:nd Class Matter. April I , r r% at the postoffice in Arcadia, I.,a., under the Act of March 3., 1&79. WARNS OF RED DISG'ISES  I Brigadler General Amos Fries, c.hiif of the di)ision of c(helmi'al warfare. U. S. Army, Mason and patri,,t, wurnis Americans of the dangers lurkigll in u apparently innocent clubs alnd1( s(iewtit i. the very members of which are un aware of the sinister purposes tl'hiwli their organization and the way nr h which Ihey are u-,l,: fr the -lgreaudiw, - of "red" propaganda. In an address before a Congress of Parent-Teacher Associations General Fries said : "There are organizations today i working through womens' clubs, men's clubs, fraternal, religious, labor anti other bodies...

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. — 27 April 1922

I: ;I p * TurkiWt~i Illustrations by N-Irt Myer rs '9 4 t D obo P Co pyrighitby Doubleday, Page & ComIman iHOF A PUNCH." Wth his grandfather. Milbolland is watch i L.ton Day Parade" town. The old gentle tr of the Civil war, to impress the young the significance of the and many years aft. boy was to remember wlth startling vividness. ,boolroom, a few years Ramsey is not distin r remarkable ability, pronounced dislikes are "Recitations" and Ger C sharp contrast to Ram ns dness the precocity Yocum, a young lady bitterness he denomi p ar's Pet." In high D* he and Dora are Ramsuney continues to girl delights to mani gperloritY, and the vin. he generates becomes enlminating in the reso some day he will At a class picnic Ram opiid bag and baggage Rust, the class beauty, the agonies of his first tI parents object to wish he'd taken up with Ramsey kisses Mills. ruddenly leaves town. Ramsey enters the ty and there is Dora hallD, lRamsey meets Dora rid War debate and is in vanquished.  .V...

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. — 27 April 1922

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HAP PENINGS FROM GIBSLAND Mr..[ui:,: Stehra~life('k who has been a .,uet of Mr. Win. 'Idmi fi-r sv(r'rl1 woee ., iaft '1'Tusda'. li'. his hoiie in 1ir,,)klyn,, N. Y. MrI. ýt.hrttli, ., k ;,jde ! :any friends while here, whi oN,, tl.tt he will visit our town it..lii t()tle tin-. 'Ir. Edwin Me.rritt wass a ,u.,es, vi.,rtor to Bienvilh, Mn(lay. Mrs. Johni I. Larrett orud little stto, ,f Minden, are guest' in tlt 1((l"' f her mother, Mrs. K. '. Iur'h,'i-h. aliase's Jos,.lthine Ihout l:. .\hari',) Palmer and Myrtie 1. Mtri'ý, ýi",'f; the weep-end with friends it, llon'r. Mrs. ('l os. ILamisr is vsiiliu lhr son, D)r. Enarnest I[amnter. antd wife in Shievepert. `Liss A t iiit 1'. o[t,31illim, tf 4)1,1)-1. Texas, who is tli:e ,,nt,,t of friendt here, went over to Siinhltot ftor t a week-°nd visit with Dr. adl 1Irs. ('ttl '-in. Mrs. W. 11. 'l'odld has lteen quitt, sit'k for the past week. Mrs. .. 11. Brodnax spent last week 'islting In the home of her dlugh ter, Mrs. C...

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. — 27 April 1922

S SCHOOL NOTES _ 3orning I)r. Smith. of jlle, Sllhreve'prt, (con pel exert'ies. Hlie umlta talk to the schlool on p-of chalrac'ter, impress t that all spent in its t yithi.s a iuaranteeil .-d- e htwulr,'d pre c(nlt  eg conttest lsOeIl last previously p1ltlln(ed bvy fisher. The rc~ilts in well worth tlip effort forth in this wiork. 'rhe was sent to the oflice -- Katie Belle Beard, Vorothy Deas. ..-Iyrtie Baker, Nellie C(ollinsworth. ...:ennis l eard, Mabel  arp. -.Mary Hays, Virginia Henry. Tmma Lou Rich. i Mary Mae Penix. _..Mldred Gofl, Gladys a Beard. laudle Lary, Aline Delaney, Mary lien wart. -.Davis Cathey, Wilson A ynn Andrews. Ermine Williams, Elsit pay McCoy. will have their final May 10, 11, 12. The tlon are already ill th State Department of pI,y, "Uncle Ephraim's rs' will be given Fri May 5. This play is full -- n and insures for the a t enjoyable entertain sortgaged home and the a rammer boarding house pnts from all walks of fmeral plot of the play. Is the cast of ch...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 April 1922

ANNUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET HELD WILLIAM G. HUDSON IS RE-ELECT ED HEAD OF STATE OR GANIZATION MUCH PROGRESS IS SHOWN Many From Other Parishes Attend Convention. Are 27,000,000 Young People In. U. S. Without Re ligious Education. Shreveport, La.-The thirty-sixth annual convention of the Louisiana Sunday School Association, which was held last week was featured with the re-election of William G. Hudson, Shreveport, as president, and the elec tion of other state officers as follows: F. W. Teitje, Dr. John L. Scales and L. A. Williams, vice-president; J. H. Nelson, secretary; J. R. Meyers, treasurer. In his annual opening address Presi dent Hudson gave interesting facts on the growth of the organization in Louisiana; Miss Mannie Lee Frayser, Kentucky State Association, spoke on "The Child-the Challenge to the Church," and Robert M. Hopkins, gen eral secretary of the international as sociation, spoke on "The Agencies at Work at the Task." Mr. Hopkins reported there are 27, 000,000 young pe...

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. — 27 April 1922

. D. E. Brow, Jr. t : Teles N, m.84 Mr. F. (C. D)ulaney left Saturday for veston, Texas, on a business trip. Jimmie Wrl,1 !hft last week to take position illn (,klahioma City. on't for ;ct to bring your fan in Clay anild ,s who gets the $1.00 of chocohte c,"ndy, it may be you. IVENS DIlU' . Aft. dge W. ('. l:irnette, of Shreve. Swas a prominent visitor to Ar. on WIdciedlay of this week. SAlma \\'yane, of Texarkana, was the .;,ist of her cousin. Carrie Ilnrri. recently. Shoes arriving every day. If wre strolng on any line it's Shoes. Bros. ('Co. X - S.. Bell and Mrs. Chas. Goyne, of attended the funeral of Mrs. Monday. ""t Fannie Gil(es spent Thursday to y in Shrevoeport on a business her, if it's anything in the line you will find it at GIVENS ."The Busy Corner." Miriam Brown, of New Orleans on Tuesday night to visit her Mr. and Mrs. I), E, Brown. Daisy Marshall visited in Vlv. 'il City and Shreveport last week While in Shreveport she was t of Mr. and Mrs. Irion. tbr Shoes that fit...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 April 1922

Inklir' It A her, ATonic e For Women "I was hardly able to drag, 1 "0 was soweakeacd," writes Mrs. hack W. F. Fay, of Easley, S. C. "Thedoctortreatedmeforabout rid two months, still 1 dic;'t get I any better. 1 had ,' lare jam-o ily and felt I rarely must do -J someti!ng to c"Thle me to take ! <. care of my little ones. I had heard ofi ~DUI ness :2 stun The VI ii'S Tonic oc "l decided to try it," con- ne' tif.,ies ,:s. Ray . . "1 took 13 eiht bottles in all ... I re gained my strr -t, and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have ten Children and am able to do all thi my housework and a lot out. doors ... can sure remds mend Cardul." Take Cardul today. It may be just what you need. At aildruggiLsssn ye 001 *1 2 #til BILL'S SECRET o By DOROTHY LUCE he $ 1921, by McClure Newspaper synliLcat, When Bill and Marjorie bleclame e pt sged, they agreed, with true lovers' m confidence, that they would have 11 ecrete from each other. This was or easy so far as Marjorie was c...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 May 1922

The Bienville Democrat :yOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, TtURSDAY, MAY 4th, 1922. NUMBER SIX. _~_~=;_,_=·-__________________________________I I__ - - I- ------~--;--~~ -. _________________ _________ __ ____________l-L.~-~: ---·:---· rr--I EreryDeposftyomaale in roBank ishak in theca d your Success. 1 If people would realize how easy it is to grow wealthy, more of them would make the effort. It is not a hard task-it is concentrating their ener on SAVING money, instead of thinking how they a SPEND it. Why not make the effort? Come in NOW and open 'n account and add to it as fast as you can. As it grows, determination increases and it is that determination and qpur enthusiasm that will make you rich. We Will Welcome You! e CONNERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. tA ~ICIEL'S WORTH OF ICE WILL A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FOOD is the time when many housewives make the mistake of saving a nicke's on fee and losing a few dollars worth of food They forget a spring ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 May 1922

THf BIENVILLE D MOCRAT Official Journ, Bienville Parish and Town of "A'radia, ,ouisiana . A. COOK,..... ... ........................... ._... ....Edior a d Propreitor PI L1SHI El) EVERY THURSDI)AY ý2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE' IARISII--$2.5i A YEARI OUTSIDE THE PARISHI ADVERTISIN(G RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, r~ at the postoffice In Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3', i79. POLICE JURY HOLDS IMEETIN(; I Quite a numbelr of 'our oiut-of-town friends were in Arcadia Meioay on the occasion of the regulanr nwet lig of the Police Junry. A.\cn those we had the pleasure of meeting were E. . llta Ie and i[. F. Brown, of Liberty lill. W. E. Barron and t'. L. Parker. amndl ( fail, of Friendship. 1 All the members of the police jury were present, c n.nist ,,in of .1. 11 Thurmond, A. G. Whitleow. iW . 1 Beogan, .1. F1". Allums, I). . White. J T King, being the out-of-town me It hers and Bert Ilavis, of this place 1 \oP'y little out of the regular routine of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 May 1922

GUMMED PAPER DRESS FORMS WILL ASSIST RURAL WOMAN IN SEWING I., ·a: ·. :· ?:'·N ':' " ::: 4 ¶f :::v 'I.·· I~ ::L Makinga Papr Urou tor (ýinrpld bt the United States Department close-I of Agriculture.) usual Women in every part of the country whose who have heard of the gummed paper this a dres forms have been eager for direc- of gu ttons for making them. This form rolls has been very extensively introduced crs ai by homedemonstration agents of the the n United States Department of Agricul- more tore and the state agricultural col- moist lege, as a part of the general exten- cular dion program relating to clothing to sary assist the rural woman with her sew- housE lug problems. So many requests for step further Information on the subject tratl have reached the department that De partment Circular. 207, The Paper If press Form, has been prepared and fittin may be had upon request to the De- for a partment of Agriculture, Washington, hom D.C. ing Gummed Paper Pasted On. the i The. found...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 May 1922

CHARTER Anller.+Maddcni it i. M ut t ' t ,f l , ,i l , s lt:t , ' a i . h " f' l ',i ' n  ý ill t l' tvil it c, i 1i;1 (,tilt TI t ,itj tlti- 1tLiliti'it ii , l it It.' "i t'1 . lii. Ai l titil 11 '' (l'rle ill i T l,,ty-tl w iii' . 1 .. I '!t it l . t . . ' i l l ; : I f :t . a \ n l t l'y t ' u tt , i t ' t tii' Tl t',r .ai(ii l 'arii'h. lt itirl, , uit .i+,, .',J :,'I +,-,\ (WI. ,' I+ :Illl l :tlitl tt~ t' ,.l (.. I; .\:ir . I I. 1 1. tlidlt't1 :tilt! (r ' t $ ( I , ,I ' : i I .r it - tiI Il .V o f .11 \ r . th l l 1t n 1 s siit scrltý et if ti ti jtillitti li ' :titili i` tti. I. i')+ v ' :[' [ 'iri. h 11 1 t l.t i~t{ a l , w h ,, ,lý ( '. ii 1P tt fify I "( 5, ? asar ii. ýýi14)tii'1 fi tit l vi." Itt' su i li i ' I lit'I p , ,l'I tto . l i\il ia ti l l ' i it t lltl t i S atal l at.! "I',+++ a ;~t'if l :u ' ,t~ tl ur ',:1: :i tl ,i ,,'ir. tIt Sal t l :tlii' i ltt' r- to .1, iits'V thi'i'edsay fxIxii0',tr iiiItSd <.<ii.ii+It as eriii:h 1et foithi. VI. 0 I 'h i' c h r p...

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. — 4 May 1922

FIN POINTS IN ENGLISH t The mali haIl just informed the pullman ag(e'I1 tl he v wanted a Pull man berth. ,"pper or lower':" asked the agent. ,What's the tiifl'rnc' e?" asked the man. I "A differlcie of lifty (Puts in this case," replied !i't tent. "The lower I higher than th upier. The high er price is for tie , i r. If you want t lower you'll h:0 e to go higher. We sell the upper lower than the low er. In other xirdi. the higher the lower. Most p'o''plh dn't like the pper, although it is lower on account of being highlier. \heul you occupy an upper you hlIv o, get up to go to bed and get o, whell you get up You call have the Irwer if you pay higher. The uppe'': I lh,\er if you pay higher. The upper is lower because it is higher. If you arl w ililig to go high. er, it will be IoWer. But the poor 1ra0 i had fainted! The Epworth Ilert'll. __-----0 Junior high school boys of Lexing ton, Ky, acquire skill in the manual tralning depart mentt and put it to prac tical use at home as wel...

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. — 4 May 1922

Consolidation of Railway Lines or Government Ownership and Operation By SENATOR ALBERT B. CUMMINS of Iowa. T he hitt N~ate commierce c(thlhil~ii-Slof is liarifl' the views if railroad 'thlaIs anl others on the cVarious / ei11co solidtl in sº ht'nles wihii'h have Ihcet, pr1,p,-'Il to car ry out the folitwing pravi hun of the tray.s5lort'titan ::. a,'t of 1l) . ...."\ (,.u isli,, shall, as soon as prac'til",l{tc, pre pare anti ailt a Mall for the (.0o1 ,l(l;1tin If the rail way properties of the t' tntiun ntal United "ta tes into a limited nurnmletr of sv..t ms." I lrq'dit that if 11"t' do Inot l cO(,tl in ca"rrV iil, out the prin iltie of ,,,siilidatl,ti . width has adrtal d g.tle 1 forward in a satisfactoivy wayv, it will prt nt lv It , ii to, afltlter to all the i, people of the e.ounitry that !here is just (ztl other solutin--tlhat is, govern- i t merit owershiu and operationi. :And I want it to ho uuuleirstoiid that I am t unalterahlv ,Itjusd to guernnlent ownership and p...

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. — 4 May 1922

y I FpG " N .L rw i. !i : !2 TeqISIN I gm. H. I.. ItlRSe and Miss Mattle ca .et Monday in Shreveport, vi "T1  as. R. L. Holmes and children; of lluas, Texas, sere guests of her sis tK, Mrs. S. J. Davis, this week. Y grs. Lamar Atkins visited her par. egi in Shreveprt Inst week, and was ps w nt at the celebration of her fath. Ri er'i birthday anliversary. Mr, and Mrs. .1. Audle Bryan and JF gaiy and Miss Annie Lesba Gloer to 'igted Brycelandl relatives on Sun- TI C'gu THAT ITCH with Lufkin b maedy,. It'll cure you secretly, s '.$SlIntly, with no loss of time. $1.00 . pr bottle at the Givens Drug Com (6-23-13t) MIs F. B. Carter, of Shreveport. re was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. er •!ravis and little daughter, Saturday t Snight and Sunday. w . Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Turner return. A ed Wednesday, and are now comfort- ti r.. aMy located in their home on the vi aath side of town. b' Dr. and Mrs. Knighton, of Shreve- tl `it, were the guests of their sister Y, M. Lyons, and family on Sun...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 May 1922

WEAK, NERVOUS, ALL IWUN.IOWN I y - . ' ` Lady Suffered Until Sbe :t1ed Cmrdui.--Says "Result Was Surprising."---Got Along dry Fine, Became Nom e anG llea!~y. em! gfle lbol ;M."My back was sc wt g" k ostand up, and go t , . 1 td lb4V ba!: g-own pains and '-"W* ttot well at any time," says Mrs. Wli5iamos, ife of a well.known ';,,amer ou Roule ý, this place. "1 so hea" gettiri. h' a;.aciies and having to of . to bed," continues Mrs. Willlamý $H ?'Iartbing the troubls from which a she obtained relief through the use of Cardul. ."My hn1hand, havirg h :1 at pf.ardul, proposeI g'ttln' it for r.ýc. ttiii:saiw aster tnk!rýg soein Cara! Ia |' i iproving, q'1h resultW w es surprising. 1 felt like a different p s pe irson.t l~Ater I suffered from weakness n wee rback, &md felt all tundown, ai d . id rc.'t well at night, I was so nervous a&d cross. My husband saId owould get me rome Cardii, which " he did. It strengthened me .. My doctor said I got along tine. I was in j good he...

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. — 11 May 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 11:h, [922. NUMBER SEVEN. . . . .. . . . . . . .. 2Z . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Itisthe BAN Best Book BOOK. for - for 'it You Young man! It is in your BANK PASS BOOK that is found your habits and character and your own Declara tion of Independence. If you have a Pass Book, keep up your deposits every time you have money. If you have no Pass Book, come in and open an account and get one and REGULARLY add to your balance. The regular entries in your pass book is the best recommendation you can have. COME IN We Will Welcome 'Youl The COMMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. A NICKIE'S WORTH OF ICE WILL IEEF A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FOOD Now is the time when many housewives make the mistake of saving a few nicke's on ice and losing a few dollars worth of food They forget that a spring temperature of 50 to 60 degrees will spoil food just as su...

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. — 11 May 1922

STATE SCHOOLS GET LARGE LAND GRANT ALLOTMENT MADE TO REIM BURSE STATE OF LOUISIANA FOR EXPENSES DEFICIENCY IS MADE UP For The First Time In History The State Will Have A Complete In ventory Of All Publicly Onwed Lands In Louisiana. Baton Rouge, La.-Louisiana will receive from the federal go!,,ernment 7510.20 acres of land that will be used for the benefit of the public schools of the state. Announcement to this4 effect comes from the State Land In ventory Commission in its report to the governor and the Legislature, just completed. These lands are to indemnify the state for sixteenth section school lands that were found to be short. Many years ago Congress passed an act dedicating to the state, for the benefit of the public schools, every sixteenth section of land. In checking up the sections it was found that a large number of them were short the requisite 640 acres because of old land grants or bodies of water. To make up this deficiency Congress authoriz ed other public lands to ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 May 1922

CHARTER AndOF5-Madden, Inc. M state of AOuisiana, Parish of Bien viile. Be it known ; That on this, the first (1) day of May, A. D. Nineteen Hun- for dred and Twenty-two, (1922) before lie R. I. Williams, a Notary Public in and for said Parish, duly commis sioned and sworn, came and appear- ser ed S. G. Anders, R. H. Madden and t F. E. Ozley, all residents of Arcadia, La Blenville Parish. Louisiana, who de clard tt, availing themselves of tiv tieredl that, miigs the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, they ý have this (lay formed and constitut- egg ed themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become as clated with them into a corporation and bhave (lopte~d and ordained as Wi their charter and act of incorpora tion, the following: The name and title of this corpora- thi tion shall he "ANDERS-MADDEN, ry INCORPORATED. ca II. The object and purpose for which w this corporation is organized and the a nature of business to be carried on by e...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 May 1922

TIE BIEIVILLE rPO_ AT'h PUBUIHED EVEP.Y THURSIY ford. .... - Ii- B.trout Advertising Rates on Application Maso Subscription Rates. resol, ý $2.00 t' tih 1 year .................................. . 1. t 6 months .............................................. (Outside of Bienville Parish.) tihat lyear ............... ...$2 .till I, 6 monthe ..................... 1.50 of I gntered as Second Class Matter, Apr i' 1l 1912 at the posta'fice at Areadia la., under the Act of March 3, 1870. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS ...........Assijtant Editor I NOTICE--As Is customary with all g Ir newspapers the following charges1 will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church l. Notices for entertainments of any na- 1 ture where admission is charged, etc.i Rate: Less than 100 words 7e per line in le per word, Minimum charge 50c. six words to line: 100 words or more, V IN MEMORY OF DR. CHARLIE C. wil CRAWFORD tioº iml To the Worshipful Maste...

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