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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 May 1922

Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON (opyright by Doubleday, Page & Company S. .l.llllli llllllll illll lllllllll111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111llllllllll llIlllllllllllll IIIIllll lllllllllllllllllllII CHAPTER IX.-Continued. for -11- ble mot uncom fortably astonished, to l lBey took his hand; out of his pock- thre Spicked a leaf from a lilac bush be- sey ide the path, and put the stem of the hum ' seriously into a corner of his If h Sbefore finding anything to say. the .well, all right," he finally re- he ! ged. "I'll tell you-if it's any- ole I know about." bett "You know about it," said Dora. coul hbat is, you certainly do if you were " yoear 'frat' meeting last night. wot ,,'you?" o; I was there," Ramsey an ed, wondering what in the world fair wanted to know, though he sup- did. vaguely that it must be some- "' ~ about Colburn, whom he had me times seen walking with her. bec "Of course I couldln't tell you much," pac Sadded, with an afterthought. "You a, a go...

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. — 11 May 1922

SMrn D. E. Brow Jr. : : : . : Telehone No. 34 Dr. .1. N. Jones and IMr. Le'o I)altiel were recent visitors in Shreveport. Mrs. Hludson visited Shreveport la Wednesday. Miss Eula Maude Capers citnt hoime on Friday for the week-elnd. Mrs. P'olk. of ,l*llierlv, spent lut weekentl,d th her husand, who i,' witli,. ý iifand Mrs. Sutton. Mr. Albert Austini, of IlIynesville. was a Sunday visitor Ito his relaitves in Arcadia. 4.# Mrs. Warner, of Shreveport, spent . last Sunday with Mrs. Baxter Sutton. "** lion. R. L. Williams left on Suni 'day to attend the legislature. Mr. Harold Stewart, of Dallas, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Stewart. Miss Alice Foster spent several day,, recently in Shreveport, as the guest of Mrs. John Oden and family. Mrs. Jim Jordan, of Iiberty Hill is the guest of her daughter, Mrst Lawrence Daniel and family. Mrs. J. R. Wimberly is visiting her daughter, Miss Edrie, who is at Sophie Newcomb College. Mrs. S. W. Smith, of Shreveport. visited Arcadia l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI.BS _OU E_.ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY i8th, 1922. N i I I'. .. . . . . . .. " _ - . . 7 . . . . . - .? -. . The COMMERCIAL BANK of .JRCADIH, LOUISItN, TlE COMMERCIAl, is not only a strong and progressive institution, but it is the bank that gives you service. Equip yourself and bank with an institution that is in a position to take care of your wants. The personal touch in the handling of your bank account will prove to you that the COMMERCIAL is your real friend, and an institution that has stood the test. We beg to submit the following statement to show you that we are in a position to handle the large as well as the small account: STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF' THE COMMERCIAL BANK of ARCADIA, LA., AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, MAY i6th, 1922 Resources Libilities Loans and discounts...$369,839.22 Capital stock paid in...$ 5o,ooo.oo Overdrafts, secured Surplus and undivided and unsecured............ 2,719.90 profits ................

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

PARKER BACKS ' at UP COMMITTEE t SAYS AID MUST BE GIVEN TO FLOOD VICTIMS WITHOUT DELAY hi RED TAPE ELIMINATED I, Twenty-Five Thousand Persons Are B'T Being Cared For By The State, Relief Commission And Red rc Cross. a Cl Baton fRou,!e.-Cole authority in' flood relief work was vested in the P, executive commitete of the Louisiana: ti State Relief Committee by Governor ti Parker, following a conference at the capitol betwen the governor andi members of the comittee. Action of to the stale in conection with the relief m work wil come at the rquest of W. b P. Connell, chairman of the commitee. 1 ef "Whatever this commitee does, I'm; b, backing up," declared Governor Par-! p, ker, during the course of the confer-' s ence. "What we want is to arrange b, to give aid quickly where it is needed s1 without a lot of red tape." n, Flood and backwaters of the Mis- h' sissippi and tributary streams havetc inundated 3759 square miles in nine Louisiana parishes, leaving 25,000 persons who will nee...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

TIE DIENVILLE DEMOCRAT IIBLIS1EI) EVEP'.Y THURSDAV *_ Avertising Kates on Applieation Snhscriptioi Rates. 1 year .............................. ................. $2.00 6 months .................................. 1.25 (Outsid(e of Bienville Parish.) .year..................."$2.25 y months ....................... 1.50 ntered as Second tClass Matter, Apri' -I& 1912 at tlhe post,tlice at Arcadia, I., under the Act of March 3. 1879. I S.A COO(, Managing Editor andq Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS .............. Assistant Editor NOTVCF,"r\. is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made fo' Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, iles dlitions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na. tare where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less thatn 100 words 7c per line* le per word. Minimum charge 50c. oit words to line: 100 words or more gIAD,-ANI) WEA' FOR AMERICA The Iists of ittlictuient5 in the large cities for the counh'y afford ready, evi den.e of thi sOu"rce fr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

AndersMadden. Inc. I Ou the I State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien- Next Ville. (-1h rt Be it known: That on this, the first (',,l, (1) day of May, A. P. Nineteen Hun- sern, dred and Twenty-two. (1922) before Baipt me, B. L. Williams, a Notary Public es % in and for said Parish, duly commis- frtm sioned and sworn, came and appear- I.,red ed S. G. Anders, R H. Madden atnd liver I,. E. (Uzley, all residents of Arcadia St dt Bienville Parish, Louisiana. who (Iv.- |lIt' dared that, availing themsel 'es of ir-'lH the provisions of the (bonstitut an lasd o h a1he laws of tbe State of Iriuisili'ftn they L,.ru have this day formed and constitut- is ed themselves, as well as such other ,:duty personS as 1llly hereafter become as- phre, Ao.iated with them !uit,, a corporationl Mi and have uilopteti and ordained ias l.ini( their charter ainl i l of iicorpora- l ,l lion, the following: Min I. lrwiii The , ane and title of this corpora- ter. tiol shall la e "anD,0l5MADDEN. Mi INCORPORATEI)II if h ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

R ad ae i Illustradions by~4 s MN1 Xyers it Copyriqht iby Doubleday , Page & cmpan y. CHAPTER X. --12 Ramsey kept very few things from fred Mitchell, and usually his conft dences were immediate upon the occa lon of them; but allowed several weeks to elapse before sketching for gs roommate the outlines of this ad penture. "One thing that was kind o' funny a) bout it, F'red," he said, "I didn't know what to call her." Mr. Mitchell, stretched upon the window seat in their "study," and look lag out over the town street below and the campus beyond the street, had already thought it tactful to ambush his profound amusement by turning upon his side, so that his face was toward the window and away from his companion. "What did you want to call her?" he inquired in a serious voice. '"Names?" "N'o. You know what I mean. I mean I had to keep calling her 'you'; and that gets kind of freaky when you're talkin' to anybody a good while like that. When she'd be lookin' away from me, for instanc...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 May 1922

Every Ounce of Power Needed So does other work such as heavy haulilg or plow ing. But you can't get the most work from your mules and horses unless they are fed right. What is it worth to you to have your horses or mules in the "pink" of condition. Their skins will be glossy, their eyes bright and the;'ll stand erect and firm. You get the extra power you need for heavy work. Thousands of t e a  s rs and g farmerseverywhere have found that ,a Purina O-Molene feed actually puts PURINA horses in just such condition de- OMOLENE scribed to haul heavier loads, and it o costs no more to feed. HORSES Call up today and le rn more m about this specially prepared feed. a ,ot3 of people you know are using * UPNA M, .0-Molene feed. J. R. JORDAN, Arcadia, La. SMrs. D. L BrowL Jr. : : : : : : : : TIosel No. M Mr. Mat Tompkins, of llay nesvilh' spent Sunday in Arcadia. Mrs. Herman Williams, of Shreve port, visited Arcadia on business this week. Mr. Shull is still in Temple, Texas, with his moth...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

The Bienville Democrat -VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY e2th, i922. NL-IR NINE The COMMERCIAL BANK of ARCADIA, LOUISIANA T HE COMMERCIAL. is not only a strong and progressive institution, but it is the bank that gives you service. Equip yourself and bank with an institution that is in a position to take care of your wants. The personal touch in the handling of your bank account will prove to you that the COMMERCIAL is your real friend, and an institution that has stood the test. We beg to submit the following statement to show you that we are in a position to handle the large as well as the small account: STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE COMMERCIAL BANK of ARCADIA, LA., AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, MAY I6th, 1922 Resources Libilities Loans and discounts...$369,839.22 Capital stock paid in...$ 50,000.00 Overdrafts, secured Surplus and undivided and unsecured............ 2,719.90 profits ....................... 41,125.74 U. S. Bonds ..................... 3...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

THElBIENVILL EI EDl! AlCR PUBLISHED EVEP.Y THURSDA i ur Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ................ .................... .... $2.00 6 months ... ...................2 (Outside of Bienville Parish.) t year .................................................... . .... ( m onths ....................... .................. 1.5'0 entered as Second Class Matter, Apri 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia. (a., under the Act of March 3, 187. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS..............Asslitant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will he made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, ('hurch Notices for entertainments of any rna. ture where admission is chargeld, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lc per word. Minimum charge 50c six words to line: 100 words or more i I Bible Thoughts for This Week Sunday. Pt'ItE ICEi.1iG t)N :--l'ur, re.li'.c ienn auld ulhh, ilhd before I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

tý Op d b ý amWl" °ilh 11 u a u ~r. a ~P3 \rbD ·, ·L ' t I llustrations b t w yers R .Gcpt'ight~b! Doubledayj Pcig &GConpany. #~ .A CHAPTER X.--Continued. .-13 And, Jumping down from the window t, be began to lanc'e round his perturbed comrade, bellowing. bore with him for a moment, sprang upon him; they wrestled usly, broke a chair and went to foor with a crash that gave the eller in Mrs. M1eigs' parlor, be an attack of jin.les. You let me up !" Fred gasped. ,ion take your solemn oath to shut SYou goin' to swear it?" , right. I give my solemn oath," Fred; and they rose, arranging tousled attire. Well," said Fred, "when you goin' all on her?" feu look here '" Ramsey approached dangerously. "You just gave me sol-" beg!" Fred cried, retreating. "I aside from all that, why, I just t maybe after such an evening d feel as a gentleman you ought to amd ask after her health.' ,see here-" I mean it; you ought to," Fred earnestly, and as his room glared at him with complete sus he added...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

,RGIA CU ,q ie DRUjG STORE in A rcadia Beginning June 1st, this Drug Store will be operated on a low CUT-RATE CAS BA S After this Date no Goods will be charged. H, º : Why We Are Reducing Prices W\VNT .\IPI: IlLSINI.SS, \\ll Tile PBIC'!I. NEI'DIS OC.R (G(Ol)S. IN' ORDER TO REALIZE OUR I)ESIRE FOR A ILARGER BUSINESS THE MANAGEMENT HA:S ID!:CID. ItEl TPN \ PL\.\N \Vll~ltl \\'1 iE'H'l 5tR,' \VIiLi 1B,' StCR.I"SSI"UI, ANI) WILL BENEFIT EACH ONE WH~O TRADES WITH US. " OUR. PL AN SWe shall not offer a few alluring Ct'T-PRICEi: leaders as inducements to draw people into our store and then hold -them up'on the price of other goods not advertislelde ur tplaen s ecleeapn cut dan aboe obboard al <estetr,1<and loss fromtjln bt atcount. t also enables us to pay cash for our goods, thereby obtaining liberal discounts, and giving us cash to operate on without paying interest on borrowed money. Exprine has taught us that the greatest expense of doing busitness is losses from bad accounts. •O...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

~jgINGS CF~ MEETING OF I'NILLS P11, ;CIIOOL BOARD ý('{tinued froan Preceding Page) 6d-sively to efr,'tinlg and equipping ohool butiiini:n. n Si-eoo! District r 1, ,.arishl or Wienvile, Lousi. title to all of wh)ieh shall vest in public, in ,,hoot) District Number pO the Pari~ii It Biieville, Louis 'n 4. ls ie fi ;trther resolved -d ordaie clc. '.'I, it itn avCordlan.lV the atuth(,ritY vt-steel in this rd by a vote ,f ;f majority of the party taxpaYt1ý' [luII itied to vote 020n at said SlHI, i il ele'tion held in School lui-t r. Nineliher 1, there l eand there is hereb'y dlire .tetl to be levied hi p'' yPir w hile the gold bonds are ,WII ! ) ' Piiadiii n nl i i id a tax oin all th 1t8i xahlhi proper. in said Sciil ,il iPri, t sufficient to pay the interest ` 1 . . .. shall ie Ie payable s1ininllually and tlii principal of 5x01 i hoids failing dut each year, ,,l1 th.' ir,creds of said tax hereby direptii I to e levied shall be sacredly dfewvti'd :iii| applid to thi payment of said...

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. — 25 May 1922

RED CROSS WANTS $50,000 THAT AMOUNT NEEDED FOR RE LIEF WORK AMONG THE FLOOD SUFFERERS HARDING ENDORSES CALL Red Cross Camps Are Caring For 31,. 000. Local Chapters Have Raised Considerable Sums In Their Own Behalf. New Orleans.-Judge John Barton, Payne, national chairman of the American Ied ('ross, has aptaled to all chapters in America for the col lcection of $50,000 for the financing o0! relief work among flood sufferers in the Mississippi valley. President Harding, honorary chairman of the Red Cross, endorsed the call for funds. In circularizing Judge Payne placed the number of persons being cared for in Red Cross camps at 31,000, and stated that the first needs of this num ber had been partially attended to through the appropriation by the na. tioral organization of $100,000. Local chapters, however, as in the case of New Orleans, have raised consider able sums in their own behalf. "My dear Judge Payne," wrote President Harding in his endorse ment, "I have observed with interest...

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. — 25 May 1922

ANDERS-MADDEN, INC. GENTS' FURNISHINGS Arcadia, La. What Do Men Most Desire in Summer? Although you have probably never thought of this before, it is a q(uestion easily answered. Comfort is most sought for during the sultry days of summer, and there is nothing more essential to a man's comfort than his clothes. Every day since our opening we have added new goods to our stock of Gents' Ready-to-Wear, and now we can supply your demand for the summer with Cool, Comfy items In SHIRTS, SOCKS, STRAW HATS, LOW SHfOES, TROPICAL SUITS and UNDERWEAR and our prices are consistent with the present market prices, and the quality and style is the same as you'll find in the city stores. BUY MEN'S CLOTHING AT A MAN'S STORE vr. D. LBrwLJr. s : : :a : : TeIbmeNN. M Miss Jessie Bryan and Miss Boddie SBryceland, wer guests last week of  i. and Mrs. J. A. Bryan. Mr. C. T. Cook, of Ringgold, was the guest of his brother, S. A. Cook. . Wedaesday. Miss Gwendolyn Bain, of Bryceland a the guest of Mr. and ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 May 1922

Special Soap Sale See Our Show Window SATURDAY, MAY 2Z On that date our show window will be filled with loose bars of soap. And with each 25c purchase of the vai ous brands of goods listed in this ad, the customer will be entitled to a guess at the number of bars of soap in the window. SPECIAL SOAP BARGAINS Big Star Soap .. ............6 bars, 35c P. & G. White Naptha............. 4 bars 25c Luna White Laundry Soap ......... 6 bars, 25c Star Naptha Washing Powder ..... 6 pkgs., 25c Ivory Soap .......................3 bars. 25c Ivory Flakes..... ..... ...... 8 pkgs.,25c 3 pounds Crisco Lard .... ................60c 6 pounds Crisco lard .............. . $1.25 PRIZES TO WINNERS IN GUESSING CONTEST 1st PRIZE-I case Big Star Soap, for nearest correct 'guess. 2nd PRIZE-5 bars P. & G., 5 bars Luna, 5 packages Star Naptha Washing Powder, 5 bars Ivory and 5 packages Ivory Flakes, 3rd PRIZE-One 6 pound bucket Crisco Lard. Arcadia Grocery Co., Arcadia LOOK( OUT BELOW From the Universit...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 June 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 1922. NUIBER TEN. It is a great convenience to pay your bills with a check and the cancelled check is a legal receipt. Then, too, it gives you a STANDING in your com munity and lays the foundation for CREDIT. A Bank connections is also desirable and necessary, for there are many ways in which our Bank can be of service to you in business and private affairs. Come in and open a checking account. We Will Welcome Youl .The COMMPERCAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. iFOSING YOURllOUSEWORK IN g EASED yTEN FOLD in a single day? What would y6u do about it? Where would you get the extra help? Would, all yournmeals be on time? - iat is exactly what happens in the ice business. The days are igt for a while. Suddenly it turns hot. Our customers want five aId sometlmes ten times as much ice as formerly. AND THEY WANT IT BADLY. Their food spoils without it in a few hours. AWe have to meet...

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. — 1 June 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAt Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ............ .............................. ..00 6 m onths .............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Bienville Parish.) 1 year ..................$2.25 6 months ................................... . 1.50 entered as Second Class Matter, Aprif U, 1912 at the postoifice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS..............Assiitant Editor NOTICFE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na. ture where admission is charged, etc Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line le per word. Minimum charge 50c. six words to line: 100 words or more, I Bible Thoughts for This Week Sunday. GREAT POWEIl FROM GOD: Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and ...

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. — 1 June 1922

Ramsey Milholland By BOOTH TARKINGTON Copyright by Doubleday, Page F Company t r, mlu rlll.! . ..tslll l senl11111111111111111111111101 l u a InIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllll!!lllllillllll Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh ll' -e m * - - - le l C HAPTER X.--Continued. e.te '--14--ne r'A right then." Fred settled him- than upon the window seat with a pipe, a t0 proceeded, "Thre's something labo her, when she stands there, she plan so straight and knows just what dlisse l up to, and ev,,rything, why. pair g somethiug abIout her makes the assi; chills go down your spine--I stru my spinel, not yours particular- eye i You sit down-I mean anybody's the doggone it " And as Rlamsey lanu the nmnifestations of his n loons, lifting a tennis racket over clti frostrate figure, "Oh, murder," l said, resignedlY. "All right, we'll stri e the subj'ct. 'l'That fat little r1' der cutie made outlt 1 l)prtty good prs' for Germany, ,lidln't she?" v Ramsey disposed himself in an easy thte with his feet up...

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. — 1 June 1922

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