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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 September 1922

D.DE. Brown, Jr. t : : : : : I.rlasN lety r4ýt oil thie himinie. It. is diles foundation of r011' ilnstitlltionsl. Ayco(, d it are g theired all the 'her. visite memories ,f lihillhootl the ac' Ir. r hments of maturity, and the lidl. tton of age. So, long as a peo 'old the home sacred, they will ar the poss.1sis', of a strength of daugl er which it will be impostble their oy. Thert are two shrines at friend mankind has always worship- gret ost always worship; the altar Travi represents religion, and the house sktone, which represents the ",.Calvin ('oolidge, of the Ad- Mr. Council of the "Better Homes wing] Aerjca," demonstration week. of th 9.14th. Allen future history of America will panie ped in a large measure Dy the len o er of its homes. If we con- Mind to be a home loving people we paths 2bave the strength that comes M rm a virile family life. This m home that our homes must be at- wher comfortalble, con v e n i e n t. e. They must keep pace g the progress made outside the Ba...

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. — 28 September 1922

Erskine Dale Pioneer j Iy ; John Fox, di "staed by R.H.U Linfstone .. COPYRIGH BB HA LES O NS SYNOPSIS CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder- but Yot nell outpost commande4 by Jerome San- of bloc ders, In the time immediately precedingst the Revolution, comes a whlte boy flee- td GgR from a tribe of Shawnees by whom '* d he had been captured and adopted as I don't tn of the chief, Kahtoo. ie is given I shelter and attracts the favorable atten- was tion of Dave yandell, a leader among paused the settlers. eyes II CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new kilts friends of the coming of a Shawnee war party. The fort is attacked, and only bowed saved by the timely appearance of a did he prty of Virginians. The leader of these s fatally wounded, but in his dying mon - s el") ments recognizes the fugitive youth as turned bis son. coiun11 CHAPTER III.-At Red Oaks, planta- glven sLon on the James river, Virginia, Colonel ck Dale's home, the boy appears with a message for the colonel, who after read- si...

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. — 5 October 1922

The Bienville Democrat ~LUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1922 NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT ' I, I iave YOU Been to ijnders-Madden, Inc.? t( Then that is why you have not found the kind of t] Suit of Clothes. Hat, Shoes Shirt or Tie at you are looking for. We, Have 'em A FULL LINE OF FALL CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED "Buy Men's Clothing at a Man's Store" DS Cans a, have just received a SOLID CAR. _ AD-of StUP" CANS, packed f;fty a heavy paste board. carton, which we t selling at 9c each in case lots. WE CAN SAVE YOU : MONEY ., e PEOPLES HARDWARE CO. I N. 0BI P POB A T B"D A rA L SECTION IN DEMOCRAT fIeture of the b th ing one, Itate 14 and community. The on fature of the Democrat. ta an be found moi 4M15 enterprisnl g or more m tha the dtlowepA ti oderm homes, a new .and al alaute brick high adwool tcc equal, if not superior in a delg and in eqtipnet in the parish, graveled it a buneh of live, wide' A nte The RiggoldSd Sen M p rriea the geraDme M I but the busines...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 October 1922

Bienville News By Miss Laura Stella Sheen tir, MeC( Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parnell of Shreve port, were guests of their parents, Mr. W`tr and Mrs. M. P. Quinn last week. Mr. Ray McMath of Haynesville, was the guest of Miss Bernice Mc- Ol Donald last week. L. C. Head was- a visitor to Jones- writ born Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Denson of Gibsland, was Lion a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs (hli W. if. Jones Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dewees and tion family motored from Homer Sunday teac and spent the day with relatives. a Claude Ford left last week for Cal- the vin, La., where be has accepted a posi tion. pet i1 Miss Marie Wilson went to Shreve ; port Saturday to the circus. She wak the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl l'Prnell while there. try The beautiful bungalow houte of Mr and Mrs. F. M. Cummings hars heel Co, completed. They will move in thi week. 1h A wedding of unusual interest to their many friends was t'hat of Mis: 0 Docla Emerson of this place to Mr ordc Eugene cGarrison of Ft....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 October 1922

rskine Dale Pionee I Sby I ~JohnFox, Jr I Illstrafed by R.H.Llvin stone . COPRIGHT. Y HARES S CRIBNERS ONS ý SO Sybnegro turned from the road and 1 oh a gate, and Erskine heard thrust thud of his horse's hoofs across ning. meadow turf. He rode on slow- "At hitched Firefly as close to the edge that." the road as was safe, and crept to .A edge of the garden, where he little d peer through the hedge. The door was open and the hallway meet ted; so was the dining room; and "H, were lights inh Barbara's room. Ing were no noises, not even of ani- thrus life, and no figures moving about anxic n' the house. What could he do? to k thing at least, no matter what just paned to him-he could number him Grey's days and make this night both. last on earth. It would probably his own last night, too. Impa tly he crawled back to the edge of road. More quickly than he ex- NOT] peted, he saw Ephratm's figure slip. pag through the shadows toward him. "Dey's jus' through supper," he re ,orted. 'IMiss Barb...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 October 1922

BylMrs. D. Brow, Jr. : Teleone No. 34 Mr. '. . . Brown visited Jo,,,nesbor, on business on Mlodauly. Miss Ma3ry Alice l'etrte(ust has been the guest of Miss Ora Lee Hennigani of Ruston. Mrs, G. I. Shields and Mrs. J. Scott, of ShIrevel-port. visited friend: her last we(ek. Miss Mary Helen Key was called to Lake I'roviden~,e Friday to attend the funeral of her sislter's infant child. Miss Aninie Butler of Monroe, way the week-end ,uest of her brothers Messrs. Robert anid Htenry Butler. Mrs. U. 1'. Ferguson spent the week end in Shreveport with her niece, Mrs. yam Ward. Little Ruth Louise Theus is visit Ing her grandmother, Mrs. Jlames iin Salles. BRING IN YOUi KEl-if it un locks our premium graphophone, the Instrument is yours.-GIVENS DRUG t CO. Mrs. It. W. Trussel of Siwisboro was the guest of her nieces, Mrs. B. A. Brewer and Miss Florence Sut ton last week. Mrs. Bordelon has returned to her home i Suan Antonio, Texas, after a pleasant yisit of several weeks with her sister, Mrs. V...

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. — 5 October 1922

OS OF REGULAR TING OF POLICE JURY Arcadia, La., October 2, 1922.. police Jury of Bienville Par oiaiana, met ill legal session on date with all members present. B was calledl to order by the t. The purpoise of the meeting been explained, and resulted as TID to) Mi reas; This P'olice Jury of Bien- Mr, parish, $tate of Louisiana, hay- Steve as a Board of Review, after home iration of the twenty days in period, to meet as a Board of for the purpose of consider- of 0 y objections or complaints that Mr b brought before it, with respect Mt value which might have bee scree( by the Louisiana Tax Commis- Mrl lilted .os follows, to-wit: a; 'Phe following named per- her corporations, having filed r petitions, and protest, Mr . Dawidoff & Co., having filed port, and the finding of an increase te .00. ,i .d.Webb-Harrison Co., Ltd., hay le Ca protest, and the finding of au/ day. of $5,240.00. Mr Bo Keithly, protest not show- L5 aGerh resolved by the Police Jury of Sund parish, Louisiana, in l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 October 1922

Devoted to the Best Interests of RINGOLDSECTION____t Ringgold d S odingTrritor ... . .. " ..... : "--" ....... ........... ....-, "~,un 1 I. IOsCAd R LES; [E BUYS BUtRK- for severil mNnIthS FO scar IOeAIh lM8. HATFIE GIDDEN DIES AT HER HOME IN CAMPTI CU' Mrs. Hattie Giddens of Campti, aged about 75 years, died at her home in Campti, Friday, and her remains were interred in the family cemetery at ,rn Pleasant Grove church, two and one A half miles southeast of here Saturday I r afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. erl Her daughter, Mrs. Jim McElroy who has shared her home in ('ampti for and her son, T. K. (riddens of hreve he port, were among those from awa3 ýiect who attended the funeral. wit Mrs. Glddens is well remembered bh3 .rs. some of the older citizens of Ringgold jeo. she having lived here for a number ot .ees years after the dearh of her husband jent A number of her former friends wert :Hat present at the funeral. We join with the many friends of Jt the bereaved son and daughter in e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 October 1922

The Bienville Democrat YOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1922 NUMBER TWENTYNINE MEN! A Don't put off looking over our line of ýi Men's Suits. They carry a message of Style in every thread, and quality and sat isfaction is built into every garment. We are showing these in the season's best fabrics. 'Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Work Clothes In fact everything can be found here that t red-blooded American men could desire for Fall and Winter wear. We are receiv ing new goods daily and invite your in spection. You simply cannot appreciate the values we are offering without a visit to our store. Anders•Madden, Inc. ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE WIRE - WIRE - WIRE We have just received a solid car load of Barbed Wire and Nails, also a solid car load of Field Fence, and are prepar ed to quote you the lowest possible price Let us Fgure with you. We can save you m oney. T11E PEOPLS0 IW . CO., INC. Arcai4a, La. I"' of I a number of farmers and ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 October 1922

rs kine al SPionnerer icJohn Fox, Jr I straed by R.H.Llvingstone C PYRI vT HARNL S SCNE ONS SYNOPSI. CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder ness outpost commanded by Jerome San dern, in the time immediately preceding th3 Revolution, comes a white boy flee Ing from a tribe of Shawnees by whom he had been captured and adopted as a mn of the chief, Kahtoo. He is liven shelter and attracts the favorable atten, Slion of Dave Yandell, a leader among the settlers. CHAPTER II.-The boy warns hi-new tfriends of the coming of a Shawnee war party. The fort Is attacked, and only saved by the timely appearance of a party of Virginians. The leader of these * Is fatally wounded, but In his dying mo SmenUts recognlses the fugitive youth as 'bhis son. CHAPTER III.-At Red Oaks, planta * tiod on the Jamnes lver, Virginia, Colonel Dale's home, the boy appears with a message for the colonel, who after read :ail it introduces the bearer to his daugh ter Barbara as her cousin, ErskJne Dale CHAPTER IV.-Erskine m...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 October 1922

g FROM PROCEED INGS OF TOWN COUNCIL L0( Arcadia, La., Oct. 3, 1922. ORDINANCE ordinance levying a tax of FOUR ILLS on the dollar on all taxable rty situated within the cor-' (By te limits of Town of Arcadia, Mrs. for the purpose of providing for a guest payment of the interest and that bert foi tional portion of the principal of j55W f 35,O0M~ to Public Im- IMr. J eient Bonds of the Town of Ar State of Louisiana, authorized called an election held in the said town siter te6hday of July, 1920, matur- lf e March 1st, 1923 and September Mr. 1923. little s ION 1. Be it ordained, by the leaving and Board of Aldermen of the where of Arcadia, Bienville Parish, Anor a, in regular session convened, attack as the governing authority of A. Wal town that the Town Clerk and lams, I Tax Collector of the Town ford. is, Louisiana, are hereby ord- Mrs. •o assess and collect for the year Mathes a tax of FOUR MILLS on the Ga., wi of the assessed valuation of all visiting taxable property within the co...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 October 1922

NEWSY ITEMS CI FROM BIENVILLE t'5 Bienville, Oct. 10th.- Mtr:. S. :\ Warren went to Shreveport Friday to ,o be with her daughter, Mrs. \V. \\X. Loftin, who is ill with dengue fever. Miss Myrtle Houck spent the week- hi end in Gibsland with homefolks. I, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cummings ]I( motored to Many and spent the week- me end with their mother, Mrs. Clttres. Mr. P. D. WVhitley is seriously ill at the home of his (laughter, Mrs.. A. . Denson. Miss Willie B. Schecn spent the , week-end in Shreveport with her sis ters, Misses Annie and Alice Scheen. From there she went to Ruton where h) she attended a meeting of the Home to Economics teachers Monday a n d Jo Tuesday. ro Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Pye and daugh- At ter, Cynthia, spent Sunday in Mt. Lb l anon with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I'ye. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Cummings spent Br Sunday in Arcadia with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Butler had a th their guests Sunday their mother, Mrs. Butler and sister, Mrs. Ehin ca Barron and Mr. Edwin Barron. pl ...

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. — 12 October 1922

LjBreW3f. r, . : : . Mrs. J. C. Rol,rts visited in Mrs. J. P. Jois in+ Gibsland of A, A. McGuirc and children g those who saw the circus h , ThursdaY. h Pritchard oi Monroe, spent e as the guest of Mr. andM L. Runge and iamtily. O"" Hemstitchilng and Peco- Cc Nttie Tanner, Arcadia. to returned same day re- ca efl; Mrs. . M. lyons attend- p, riage of Miss Mildred Lyons last week. e Cook of Haynesville, vis ter.in-law, Mrs. S. A. Cook, Mr. June Cook arrived on ad accompanied her home. s Bond spent the first of in Ruston, where she at demonstration cooking ` by Misses Heibling and i Baton Rouge. ewel McGuire and Luda $ ent to Shreveport, Monday in the musical comedy, n e line of Toilet Articles n Y Drug Co. Aker has returned from tl hers' Sanitarium where n for some months for d e". iMrs. A. N. Jones, accom- n CMr. Sam Davis, spent sev- I very pleasantly with rela- c eveport last week. see n IC. Bell, Presbyterian minis- h ch at the Baptist church ti ing. A cordial invitation f, to...

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. — 12 October 1922

1NTd !DA T 5 Devoted to the Best Interests of NR LURinggold and Sutrounding Territo LOCALS AND LERSONAIS DB MRS. M. F. COOK Miss Rhodes, the efficient nurse, who ess attended Knox Hill after his operation vic has returned to duties in Shrevpeort. the Mr. and Mrs. J. Poland were the det week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. cit J. Frye. net C. J. Frye and J^ D. Smith were busi e ness visitors in Minden last week. pei 'Mrs. J. M. Brooks arrived Monday cot and will spend some time in the home Es of her daughter, Mrs. S. P. Stewart. for Rev. J. P. Durham, who has been the confine to his bed for the past week eit was able to be up part of the time bu Monday. All of his many friends here p wish for him a speedy recovery.. . i Mr. Wimberly Lawson is repatring i and remodeling the home which he re- the cently purchased from Dr. W. B. Al-hi lums in the east side of town. Mr. an John Jolley has the contract to do the work. When finished this will be s a modern home in every respect. Mr. Lawson w...

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. — 19 October 1922

The Bienville Democrat eLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY LAY THE PROPER FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS! EVERY young man should begin early to lay the foundation for the success he wishes to attain in after life. No matter what your ideal of success may be, there is no surer, safer foundation on which to be gin building than on a bank account. You wouldn't start to build a permanent structure on a foundation belonging to some one else. Neither is it safe to start $ in business on loaned capital. Establish your personal responsibility now and avoid the credit barriers common to the man who has not saved part of his earnings. There is no safer place to carry your bank account than with this bank. THE COMERCIAL BANK The Bank That Service Built ARCADIA, LOUISIANA AEAVJ----------------- --- We have just received a solid car load of Barbed Wire and Nails, also a solid car load of Field Fence, and are prepar ed to quote you the lowest possible ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

Sv Ii I ., ' S S ons ros. euc Ion DRY GOODS, SHOES, !i'BIGGEST STOCK OF GEN HATS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, ERAL MDSE. IN THIS PAR CLOTHING, SWEATERS 11 MUST BE REDUCED Ladie' and Children's Coats SHOES - SHOES - SHOES end other Ready-to-Wear, Sews ing M~achines Stoves, G u ns, WihaMoney.......k guarantee$.0 MShelf Hardware, Harness and LaMens'. $2.00 to $7.00 Leather Goods, Groerie and Lais......$.00to$60 many other items that cannot All prices on Men's, Ladies' and be mentioned here, will go in Chldren's Shoes REDUCED 20 t SAL. to 30 per cent.g STESON HATS AND OTHER ARMY GOODS JOB LOT SHOES FOR ,, BRANDS 20 PER'CENT OFF Cheaper than cost to manufac- LESS ¶AJ HALF PRICE! These ide the best Style re.Cotton and Wool Suits, You can ave money at these and Colors. Blankets, Leggings, Socks, etc. prics ie of M' Underwear, THESE WILL GO FAST! D, D P P ', Shirts, etc. Don't fail tco se tandardi inghams, Outings, ' ~these items. They p+m bvat:+ rerc~als, Sheetings, at values Don't leave our store w...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

1Q40 OF TOWN Biter! COUNCIL MEETING. -- Ite Arcadia,ILa, Sept. 5th, 1922.Itn Board of Aldermen in and for -n of Arcadia. Louisiana met on , abov date, II regular session, the following members present: Wayne in F. Barnette, Mayor; E. H. with pnei Fred 'Ww IPentecost, Carl Goff, Mr. S. Shehee. Absent Leo Daniel. was a Sv meetifg was ealled to order by Rev. N. Myor. Minutes of last meeting bedsido ~syo. atMelvili and approved. Miss F rt of Mayor and Marshal re Sunday s and approved. Sat. after itte aplpinted to draw up bud- spent in t he fiseal year made their re- spen I and offered the following bud, assisted t and ofereded hot c aonted to Friends y, our coýmmitte'e appointed t wihher up a )ubdget receipts and die. which sa ts for the fiscal year begin. Texas, ( My 1st. 1022 and ending May ber of ft 1123 beg leave to submit the fol- burial w of recepts and expenditures anon. town. of Arcadia, Louisiana, teachers' ' year beginisifg May 1st 19'22 day and ending May 1st 19'23. Mr. at R...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

Qbsland News In Brief As Told By Our Reporter Gibsiand's beautiful $15,000 Masonic Temple which was completed this sum mer was dedicated on Tuesday night of this week. A cordial invitation to the dedicatory service had been ex tended to all Master Masons n the sur rounding country, and a large num bet attended. Hon. J. P. Jones de livered the adddress of welcome, and the followng members of the Grand Lodge made addresses: H-Ion. L. E. Thomas, Past Grand Master, deputy Supreme Council Scottish Rite of Free Masonry; John A. Davilla, Grand Secretary; Jos. Sinai, Deputy Grand Master and Dr. Jasper K. Smith. The El Karubah band of Shreveport fur nished music for the occasion. Re freshments were served by the ladies of the eastern Star. This was a most enjoyable occasion and will be long remembered by those in attendance. Mr. W. H. Hertzler of Bunkie. died in a sanitarium in Marshall, Texas, and the remains were brought to Mt. Lebanon for burial Monday. Mrs. Hertaler was accompaned on her...

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. — 19 October 1922

'News From town And P Community d T. W. Evans and W. T. e t Sunday in MIinden. era McGraw troum lawhon, tives in Jatm estown Thurs- 1 rid, Rev. 0. W. Thomas and t o and son, Charlie, of Hall at Sunday afternoon here. C T. Cook's new gin is run- c capacity. They have gin- I 700 bales up to date. or of the D)enocrat, Mr. a few hours in James afternoon. ge of Mr. Iawrence t Miss Rosalie Spinks was ise to their many friends were married Sunday night r of the bride's mother, 1 . Everyone wishes them t happiness through life. 1 Frye from Hope, was the Iss Vera Evans, Friday and rs, Mr. and Mrs. Nobles, I Adsit, Miss Jewell Bogan Thelma Hicks returned ay afternoon from the in Arcadia. lin White and Miss Maude are attending school here folks at Arcadia last week is written we find that I r" Page is very 'serious heart trouble. Inger of Hope, was the Miss Ruby Eva6 Saturday era Evans and Mr. Menta ained a crowd of young night with a cream sup one reported a delightful t and Jeff" contest in ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

hnbygMo w n yATTENTION, EX-SERVICE MEN, AND ALL OTHERS, IF ;  1 Milk, know whenou- YOU WANT THE LAST WORD IN DRUG argetting it and know tha STORE SERVICE, YOU WILL , tispoeryhade~~dlIND IT AT -WELCOME LEGIONNAIRES TO THE ShanlOUR CITY! -==O RCT!THE GIVENS DRUG STORE C PT l -AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS TOO!..., T LOCATED ON YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE OUR STORE YOUR RI - BUSY CORNER WHERE WHENEVER IN ARCADIA. WE WILL TREAT YOU FAIR AND SQUARE! WAGON CALLS TWICE DAILY = STOCKS ARE ALWAYS COMPLETE AND We w - e ...- PRICES LOWEST. BEST FOUNTAIN DRINKS, CANDIES, J. S. ANDREWS' DAIRY _ ,,o, .o. ,c,. J, SMOKES and TOILET ARTICLES. IIIIIIi I III IIIIInI II, IW I I I, IIIIIIIIIII III llllil lll lllll II I IIIIIIII (IIIIIIII IIIIIII IIII 1 ItlIIIIIll11111tIiIIIIlIItII IIIIltIIIttIIIItUIltII1tt11l1111UlUlllltlllltllll ,, t IIIII tI IIII IIIIIIII IIIIIl III II II t IIItlIIIl'I IIIIIItIIIItI111111v111IplII I st lll II1111111111111, :111111111... ....I II 11111111111111111111111111 1111111111 ...

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