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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 September 1922

Ridgeley Had a Hunch ay CHARLES E. BAXTER i.t. 1y2, western Newe per Union. itltek 'em up quick:" 'wtgeley, the cashior of the Opera. Trust company, looked out h the grille (of his cage into the ed muzzle of an automatic. ý_jbldd the automatic was the face a man who had been inquiring a check a rmoment or two be .3wss the noon hour in the offices te trust company, and the place quite deserted. No better time have been chosen, and no bet. Aseaton, for the tLust company p2,000 ready for shipment to the at Menopee, and the robber had y been aware of this. refUlly covering Ridgeley, the moved round the rage aitI the door. sigt back there !" he ordered, with his automatic t(.ward pig safe In the corner. "And if move a finger or let out a squeal gone r" g Ridgeley with his right he swung open the till with hie' ,ooping up a few packages of ad two.. Growling, he crossed mme. ' 1." he ordered. ey, shaking, obeyed him. stand against that door r" the s'ordered. "And keep 'em up !", d . "ifti...

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 September 1922

" not the than list Planis veliebrati tat;4111 and nea Oil i5 t wvitil' uýeirhlýººº her of b~oost., for w ily l t ~ ta iii i They are lo GOOD! b,"igt S ii T1E BIENYILLE IEPOCI AT nPUBLISHED EVER TH'RiS4y i(,, j(º affair. Advertising Rates on Application It 11 I )WI' I Subscription Rates. o.....$ .0 4ur Ott 1 year . ........................... ...... 1.25 D ibbis! 6 o t s ........................ ........... w i l 6months whichh (Outside of Blenville Parisbh. J whi 1 year.... .............. $ 12.50 r 6 months ....................... .... to th ~in ord W-tered as Second Class Matter, Apri'i it, 1912 at the postofke at Arcadia. pl t,, la, finder the Act of March 3, 1879. itho __-.withe 8. A. COOK, Managing Editor and l)aign Business Manager to not C. C. TRAVIS ............. Assitant Editor tion. little. NOTICE-As is customary with all and ii newspapers the following charges ranp will be made for Obituaries, Cards of titi( Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church get h Notices for enterta...

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 September 1922

She Harvest +__ _+- -+- .... .. .. .... ... ... += =_ + _+..... . I The subject that is parainount in the minds of every one at this season of the year is," What shall the harvest be?" It is the time when we receive the reward for our ef forts. This reward may not be all that is expected or desired. It may be that it " has fallen tar short of what is necessary to tide us over until another harvest, and in this case are we prepared to meet the situation? Have we realized, as we should have, that to everyone comes reverses, misfortune and disappointment? Then while the harvest is plentiful let us lay away a sufficient quan tity of our returns to tide us over when ill fortune is visited upon us. AN INSTITUTION THAT OFFERS YOU'PROTECTION OUR ASSETS ARE UNLIMITED Comparatively a few years ago a small bunch of Arcadia business men realizing the Figured from a standpoint of dollars and cents our assets amount to over one million necessity of a banking institution, whose prime object would...

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 September 1922

SEASON FOR DEER HUNTING SHORTENED BY MONTH The open season for hunting deer has been changed by regulation of the Commissioner of Conservation so that the deer season in the northern zone shall open October 16 and close S1 December 31; in the southern zone the open dates are between Novem- $h ber 1 and January 15. In each case this new provision shortens the time JLwliih deer may be hunted by one month. (Pi Commaissi5ner Alexander believes that this change will be considered some thing of a hardship on hunters in some sections, but that the change ati is in the best interest of sport t] throughout the State. The changA trh was made necessary by conditions rp- fr. suiting from the overflow. in which tel a large number of deer were ios1, hll despite the utmost efforts of the D-elI partment of Conservation to save j them. This made it necessary to shorten the season to make up, in a measure, the loss of this big game animal. Huntsmen in sections where the overflow did not affect the d...

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. — 14 September 1922

ized SNews they id NewsI~ train, * othe " --t Annie Mae Langford etud the e empli fe new teachers arrived Sat- scrip Mihss Nail and Pace are at o 'wit, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ran- the Hazle Dunn is with Mr. anti amoi Jones and Misses Jessie stitu sad Alma King are at Mr. s J. W. Langford's homy th o a. Madden and family were plow Heflin Sunday by the sudden will e his daughter, Mrs. lPhelps, best d Saturday night in a saui- p Sd mj I Shreveport and was, Lar- Te to her home at Heflin for and She died from an appendicitis they and was sick only a short and .ay every conaOlat,',r anJ Fl p granted the sorrowiug ones logi .rett bereavement. Battle Lawerence and grand- Nam lu erelee and H.'!~ I.re' s'r Addr of friends here Sund:iyT Mrs. Foster Taylor left for a visit to relative# at ulue Conn and Miss Hazel vied by several friends it Blenville on Monday morn week and were maned. patulations are extended young couple. BisA Hoatman and Mr. Sidney of Shreveport were gueets M .r'"ts, Mr. and M...

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. — 14 September 1922

rskine Dale Pioneer, by ,John Fox, r. llut.rated by RtLl.lvin~t5te S C¢OPyRIGHT RY LNAi,, SCRIBN SYNOPSIS h CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder ness outpost commanded by Jerome San ders, in the time immediately preceding rl the Revolution, comes a white boy flee Ing from a tribe of Shawnees by whom he had been captured and adopted as a j son of the chief, Kahtoo. He is given e shelter and attracts the favorable atten tion of Dave Yandell, a leader among t the settlers. t CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new C friends of the coming of a Shawnee war g party. The fort is attacked, and only saved by the timely appearance of a ?arty of Virginians. The leader of these fi s fatally wounded, but in his dying mo ments recognizes the fugitive youth as his son, S CATi TEl; IM.-At Red Oaks, planta tion on the James river, Virginia, Colonel V Dale's hopme,. the boy appears with a1 message Ito'the colocel, who after read Ing it introduces the bearer to his daugh- q ter Barbara as her cousin, Erskine ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 September 1922

The Bienville Democrat ARCADIABIENVILLEPARISHLOUISIANATHURSDAYNUMB--ER TWENTY-SIX oLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEr BER 21, 1922 7Have YOU Been to &udersN adden, Inc.? Then that is why you have not found the kind ot Suit of Clothes thi Hat, Shoes Shirt or Tie at you are looking for. tl We Have 'em I I A FULL LINE OF w FALL CLOTHING E JUST RECEIVED By Men's Clothing at a Man's Store" "am, .oNS We have on hand the celebrated John Deere Wagons old wide tread. SSYRUP CANS M- e are daily expecting a solid car load of Syrup  a nd can save you money on them. SPEOPLES HARDWARE CO. INCOBPPORATED ARCADIA, LA. -x x:o-:xx I SMENTION T Mrs W. C. Wall of Taylor ;among the many who ca' T SDemocrat offce today. It taiu a pleasure to have them turE A· or Carter, prominet planter Ne of Ringold, was at- vill here Wednesday. He A led as far as Taylor b des who visited frlend at era bile Mr. Carter attended sub yes Swill eandol and L. E. Rogers of were among those wh...

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 September 1922

They are GOOD! TO THE FARMERS OF AR CADIA AND VICINITY In order to place the facts before the people of Arcadia and viicinity re garding the recent controversy arising over the grading of cotton at Arcadia we a committee of farmers beg leanve to submit the following: On September the 12th a meting was called by the Bonded Warehouse Co., to consider a petition presented by a number of farmers in this vi clalty asking that some change be made In the grading system being us ed by said Bonded Warehouse Co. As a result of this meeting 30 sampled of cotton graded by Mr. Dupuy, to gether with the grades, were sent to ,the United States Bureau of Markets at New Orleans with instructions that they be graded by the bureau, and that the grades' be returned to M1r. T. C Johnson and a copy to the Bonded Warehouse Co. The Arcadia Bonded Warehouse Co.'s grades sent to New Orleans were as follows: 11 bales of No. 3 or middling. 18 bales of No. 2 or strict middling. 1 bale of No. 1 or good middling....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 September 1922

~TONA1L AMEND ., ' TO BE )OTED ON Proposing ATCR E SSION..L ELEC. x v.ý 8 of the 145 and 1'i-.tNovember to tlet 7th, 19?? over, ..... tchnr'ý/ ACT Nt. 21 Levee4 Bill No. ,, by Mr.. 1i. Cou Levee on't SJOINT RESOlt IlrIo N legisloiu j1g ane it to, t'Iut to Se tioI Thatl Inuln ýArticle X of the Colnstitution of conturrin State of Louisianl, relative I 'ec.tioun 7 efetazationl and exmnpt ion. tuln "ion i. lie it ,ilnate~t by tilth Leg e ff LotliunU two-tlhird.s of all 4t tmitte( mbers fiecrs'd tt each totu( e theln That Sec.tioti 4 of Articl fir hehld he Coa.titutin of the State wit AS amended by adding tfi (a) last paragraph a settion s a oners c as follows 0l hanged Legislature shsal pass no law chall, e ing the payment of taxes F` else all Scase of overflow, general eo lstit ut don, general (!etruction cf Board s or other public laity a struct, r provide for th1 1)aOylnent of su,,h 'trnet, r .n ' P~ vees, 0' we taxes; l'ci-ti to "; and oth of the properties nffected. for the the be...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 September 1922

The Bienville Democrat ti (Puhlished Every Thursday) k .ADVE'.RTISING RATES ON APPLICATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES P (In Bienville Parish) ..ear... 2.ooI i y e a r .. .... . ...................................................................... . . . 2 0 1 6 m o n th s... . ....................................................... ................. 1 .2 5 (' Outside of Bienville Parish) s i year............ ..........$2.25 h months ............................... 1.5o lEnt-rel a S eul ('ho Mhatier, April 11th, 1912 at the i ipstolh'i'e at Ar,.adia. La.. under the Act of MIarch 3, 1579. f1 8. A. C, K i u .... .........Editor and ilGeneral Malinger i i'. I'. '['It1 \V IS .................................................A ssistant E ditor N l'l'l . As is us tu iary with all newspapers the follow ing charges will I, made fqr ()lituaries, Cards of T1hanks. iti)sollIitfs i f }h lle 't, ('hur('h Notices of any nature where t ailnmissioni is rharged, eti'. Rate Less than 100 words Ti per line or ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 September 1922

r{ I, 19 IERED AS BIG IS .t Is LOIEESIA\' POLITICS staff ,orresptnidt '~,I the Tines y'il fne, in nn attii ,b dlite, Baitoii I* , a . S e p t. 1 0 ;. ~ y 'S ta tre p o ,ll hll beeh the t'.'(," of attt iitioh the nulllerol. thlt'lgitt iols of cis from the ilrt,'', Who lit have here on hai ;i:,'> with govern* I ep~alt 'lt ': lllriwi.. the week on retalin,5 ,ihd lht.ir po+ssilble 4g on the iOt >te vtm llflpg ed the reaýoti 'r Iii tis sit uation Its of the bhtiltit in the vari 'bsudliol5 º,f the Silht' ('flused cireulatio of ltuau}y 1i010.1 and d.mndidates. fps the most iuiteresting of these the report ltl i'li.ht here from North na that L. I T'homiia, nolninat lr mayor of Shiriveport ill Tues. , primary, will he a ea(liidate for r and that lie will receive the it of the Ku Klux Khln. teport visitors r,' htel, that thc Klan Wails tn'iI ol Issue lir last week if t lile ilmlntign in lty, and that the kliii lined Uj) solidly behind Mi'. Thonas. I' inated by a lmlajorilty of more .,p...

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 September 1922

THI1 UNI1V!RSAL CAR AFORD FOR EVERY PURPOSE AND A PURPOSE FOR EVERYFR It has been truly said that "There's a Ford for every purpose," and on the other hand it is just as true that there is a purpose for every Ford. There .s a purpose for every model, and that purpOSe iSathehdistin guishing feature of this car. It was built for a purpose--to satisy a demand that no able to satisfy. The purpose of the Truck is the heavy haul that a larger truck will thenot oanUndertake.'a wildSmall but powertul, it goes where you want it when you wati.W ndrtn ht h odpantwl o close down as anticipated sometime ago, but the demand far exceeds the supply at present and you should come in now and put up your deposit of $25.00 in order to be on the safe side. Our cars are all assembled by Expert Ford Mechanics, which is just as essential to the satisfaction and service to be received from a car as the proper manufacture of every part. WE WISH TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR The Comlortable Sedan The Cozy ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 September 1922

.Building for Permanency! Are they or is he building for permanency? This question should be considered in any sort of a deal or any business matter. We are building for permanency. It was our intention in the beginning to perma'nently establish ourselves in the community and grow into public affairs and business, and be come so thoroughly rooted there, that our bank could always be looked upon as a Strong, Conservative and Well Founded financial institution. That we have accomplished ths, and our efforts have been ap= preciated is manifested by an ever-increasing list of customers, who, by their verdict as competent judges, have agreed that ours is a safe, sound and suitable bank with which to do business. We deem it bad policy to make a statement that is not backed up by proof, and for this reason we in vite you to investigate the facts. Come in at any time. We are never too busy to take you through our various departments, explain our methods and system of banking, and then let y...

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. — 21 September 1922

rskine Dale .Pionee, by cJohn Fox, Jr. Illustrated b R.H. LUvin stoni COP8 R! MT BY - dHALE SRIBN ERýS 0NS -i SYNOPSIS sw thi CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder- ti neos outpost commanded by Jerome San ders, in the time immediately preceding th3 Revolution, comes a white boy flee- th tag from a tribe of Shawnees by whom he had been captured and adopted as a t. son of the chief, Kahtoo. He is giveu i shelter and attracts the favorable atten, tion of Dave Yandell, a leader among the ettlers. t CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new friends of the coming of a Shawnee war in party. The fort is attacked, and only zlý saved by the timely appearance of a garty of Virginians. The leader of these lit Ifatally wounded, but in his dying mo- in menu recognises the fugitive youth as his son. 01 CHAPTER 1il.-At Re4 Oaks, plantsa- lt tion on the James river, Virginia, Colonel Dale's home, the boy appears with a in message for the coiocel, who after read ing it Introduces the bearer to his daugh ter Barb...

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 September 1922

The Bienville Democrat -OLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1922 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN .. . -_-__- ... . "_- _" _ _ Have YOU Been to IAnders- Madden, Inc.? .Then that is why you have not found the kind of Suit of Clothes Hat, Shoes Shirt or Tie that you are looking for. We Have 'em A FULL LINE OF FALL CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED i "Buy Men's Clothing at a Man's Store" Sans a have just rlcgived. a SOLID CAR ADi 6f SYRUP CANS, packed fifty a heavy paste board carton, which we .ae selling at 9c each in case lots. : w  WE CAN SAVE YOU ! ,' ~ MONEY " PEOPLES HARDWARE CO. : IN 0 0 B PP 0 A T ED . `AC4W4, LA. oFM A. DIEr Au C BI. Watson, United States .gai s .died his home tee ay morn- e p aattracko of tb closes ed .moet out. nation. A and a., .St It tions wi Watson's DC thers, one at the time he was elected satl-Wllson, antl-leagul sa anti-war measures defeating former senator Hoke rad former governor Dorsey. was an orator of the old t1P, this connection #t...

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 September 1922

HUGE AGRICULTURAL SHOW par AT LOUISIANA STATE FAIR on The Agricultural Building should be wit rilted by every person who attends ({ ihe State Fair of Louisiana, October IS to M, for in this mammoth Otruot- l(1' ae there will be arrayed numerous till tiiMots of farm, orchard and garden OpllSting the fertility and productive-. ss of the soil of Louisiana and ev- r,. desing It progress its agrlculturists sli ir making. Specimens of practical. ly every product raised from the esate's soell will be found in the Agr'I5sltsl Building, and the value of diUisulMostio, the only safe plan toe farmers to pursue, will be em. bha.uIe in almost every booth. Ameig the ehtlbit there will be boso from the Boy's and Girl's Clubs, from the State University and its s. l3perimest Stations, and from the nh deral goveornment's agricultural de- ( partEmet. There will also be found i the Agriloutural Bullding, the ex. Hits from the varieous parishes cem- l dl petltl for parilh premiums. Indi- IUi vitual farm...

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 September 1922

KESENTATIVE TO BE HERE A1, FOu COTTON PLEDGES ten I ton l i F'. SFl.p 'iit 'r "5. (' l plains for the intensive drive to re ph'leg(;' of 75.000 bales of cot for the ' t..mn diiy mark(,tingz plan1 he b,odusial| 'o)ttot .Aisoeiatfion foull ll]id at ;I ltf'tilog of the tive Coltlli tie of the st:ate farm ull ['del';nti'm at .AI1plI'r,(. La'., re( ,Schedules wer, a era aged for meetings to be held in 40 pir otf the state luring the f,,ur days jJIlg T'lii ay. r, tclter :;. Iloving the 'ýtiiera1 mieefing ,at m nrketi nlg txperts from lhe of Arkanlsas' and 'rim.as m11(1 from ,Amerit';nn 4'ottii (;rowers lEx *e will aldre'ss the farmi's on lithe its of the conmmodity marketing tfl bthe 'iie;ll wo'rkers will hohld rlwinll serifs of meetings in' each during which it is expected the quota of 75,U0) bials will be led. ug tih oui.,U-state workers who assist is the first week of thete Bradlford' Nitll. dean of the as col h"'!Z of atri(ulture, Johlli ridge, seiretary of the Arkansas (.rowers' l...

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 September 1922

The Bienville Democrat (Published Every Thursday), ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Bienville Parish) i y e a r ..........................................................................................$ 2 .0 0 6 m o n th s ........................................................................... . .. .2 { (Outside of Bienville Parish) i y e a r ....................................................................................... $ 2 .2 5 6 m o n th s .................................... ......................................... . 1.5 o Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11th, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadla. La., mnder the Act of March :a. 1S79. S. A. COOK ...................................Editor and General Manager C. C. TRAVIS ............................................Assistant Editor NOTICE.-As is customary with all newspapers the follow ing charges will be Inade for Obituaries, Curds of Thanks. Resolutlons of Respect, Church Notices of any nat...

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 September 1922

lWTARIFF W th ri'l " i wr a -e, l t h e. cost of life fr1 "01 _ per ccI t is ,,, W, lt ill ;J 'c telit Q, :l ' . f ru erlly ipro - lek y ainr-il.. ,lliI ( . the New eirk li. g ret'uolll til I " e suolrt sOeweº,tit int imat I n i lug ltlI in tihe lilfe o j,, is r. ý,.r,.s' story writtenl to i Il'e forlzI senate bill, ' his when in' is a r 01$(l 'dock, a I ii le nhew tV itJ duty oI, this arlich' t His ti.t ,et is to throw .overing. on which the IUcL'rea6eil tit per cent. d * his bedr, tio v1c the g 133 per (.cut, and dons broe, with the duty up1 and slipplrs, with the 33 per lent. over it l'Is+1, cuI'arpet 'per cent) to close thei U y on the crane of which "ll per cetnt, uid ad (duty up 2' per tuent) up 50 per" c(nt.) 'then bathroom. stands before bnha the duty has been cent, sets iut his shav an increase ill duty of shav'intl brush (duty t), and razorr tup 100 begin: his tousorial is over, lit devotes his bathtulb, on which the raised Il0) per cent. the duty lip fil per cent), r ce...

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 September 1922

PRI' 9, lIE1 cgaretf i0r 1 otill! Thyare t ('ii G~bla__1O ew N 0 `ii hal yMis Annie Mae Langford et Mr. e. 'r. Baker's many fricilds are ulat very lorry to) he'ar of his serioU iii-toI ness and hope that his condition will soon be greatly improved. R MisRPo~ Clara and Inez Gerhjing left Monday for Beiton, Texas, where they will enter Baylor University.D Mrs. Broadnafx has gone to spend awhilel with her dlaughter, Miss Effie Broadnax, who has a responsile goy ci erinent position in Washinigton, D t C. Miss Blanche Phillips will leaveo this week for luston, where she will l reyume her studies at the La. Tech. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bolin have had n the pleasure of a visit from their t daughter, Mrs. W. A. Thralsher, of N Burbank, Calif.fil Mr. and Mrs. Press of ntaynesville, I were visitors here S iday. Mis. o-Winer Burleigh spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. John melt L. Garrett, in M anden. ngD t The home of Mr. Candler Rogers. p about two miles east of town on the model road, was...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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