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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 September 1919

. : gt +j ý, .. .::.,. ,I n Iu !  /  t ' .ri ., . . ~~~ARCADIA, B]ý LEPARISH, ýOIMA, THURDAY', 3EPýrEBER 4th 1919 1.. - " • Mt ee hai eal da bil - lisstr Sho: nil r evidence of our excellent as g service is our continu ally growing list of satis- tr fled patrons prepared to handle more busi. and should be pleased 0 Sto add your name to / our list p d r . a f "1 eciaI Bank Ift rdu MW lLWt tsaPratce, It i earetrylg here to- can Your atten the . Fw A~re Hre need c a~IbC 0 n get your ehlmzed t d : cull f J of hwl t 15.OO. r:.1 vi r.; i t, r· 0, h ·· A~ t ri. g7 Qt -~~) \·. ~ K L·- ~ b / * . stir r, s ra . ý ey a : N " e r , -, r t 'ad - it .e t~: .?ph t can -i 1 A.* EW EUEUE -~··: a··· p;t ca eiaO fli· 0 ttoIst Yv Y Y a i': ý rr ' '· f ::" ,.j ý .r' 4r .l' d us _ _ _ _ bttk *.. s182,,''!,IP.W1..l ·iT, r, c ..+a.. tY1 -:e~ tbW1C kflk thi ,~oe AA. r1~' fi I.r A 'm r ý i Cý{' ' N . Jý -W 4 - , ý W i i I 1 :"°Ly v'}Iý ` ' av ýý k 7-ý,ý+.ý "k ý ` N 5°5 .r ! j rM ·:ni' ý'ie J +Sýe...

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. — 4 September 1919

- : - % t1( out tto Your ieasure I AA Yes, Sir, to your individual and particular figure. That's the way the clothes we make are cut. We follow the outlines of your own" physique. All tailored by hand. We guarantee the fabrics, the fit and .the delivery- while the price speaks for itself. And if you're not satisfied in every way that self-same price will be re ! r funded to you without question. Does anyone offer f you more. Call and let us show you that we can save you money by giving you clothes of better appearance aad serv ice. The new Fall fabrics and styles are ready. J. S. cCon athy v:·r -,*_· DEMOCRAT loon #o a M. Y THURSDAY ,. ' USI;~ had A ,URs IN ADVANCE, hat. Mat .se :nAAppflctidn mair Cbtss Matters April Itai "' t oi OgtYiice at Arcadia, auG _ º.:Att if c º:3,;a:1879. e Itor , m l ·' a. iiii s oaf./ .. 1(. .. '... T to be ; Wihselh , p rite Ih cwh n ews by i * ui. the news. Iwa is th t iveord 4 na " ~quk~h adlos In p *rj ttlo '#1*$~puM I * S S S In liept e ti~t .T l~5 ....

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. — 4 September 1919

SNo matter where you by i t,Lu2ianne co ee s always the same high standard of excellence IEvery pound is sold, in an.air-tight tin can. SLuzianne retains its fu rich lavor. tef the en aon ric VO . dlrtetion, iyou are not st money you paid for It. coffee The Reily-Taylor Company New Orleans OMPLETE LINE OF INE FORD PARTS. e toreplace the worn parts in your FORD, to avoid dangerous aceidents and worri elays. a complete line of z. GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES INNER TUBES, Etc. _nything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attention to all orders. R. D. SIMS ARCADIA, LA. UF TIE MAYIOR OF ALDERMEN La., Sept. 2, 1919. Board of Aldermen 4readia met on the ?EiIr session with thel present: Ieo Daniel, , S. S. McConathy and brmette. dinled to order by the ". e last meeting were 2WI .: United StatesTires S/ are Good Tires Sthat count in -less r' epairs and depre : M Nost Economlao ii Car owners who do their Sexactly what you own thinldng pefer Unted ted States Tires,- States Tires Their merit is *round ti...

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. — 4 September 1919

N "I"- " Cut to Your Measure Yes, Sir, to your individual and particular figure. That's the way r theaclothes we make are cut. We follow the outlines of your own" physique. All tailored by hand. We guarantee the fabrics, the fit and .the delivery- while the price speaks for itself. And if you're not satisfied in every way that self-same price will be re funded to you without question. Does anyone offer you more. I Call and let us show you that we can save you money by giving you clothes of better appearance aad serv ice. w The new Fall fabrics and styles are ready. 1. S. McConathy 0 , * 1~i THJWA 74 ~offi'e at Arcadia, Y ý 1879, ,,fitR by".a aows, ' s.:C wlU be eose ?," : rc 7 b i. T tion is, shall we, prevent future tars or not? The question of opt unpreparedness had less to ;do wlti the beginning of ,the war than the question Of what nations would 4artieipate. Hal 'Ger many ever dreamed that lEngl:n(d would Bide with Belgium, an. tlat Italy ivoui yviolate the Triple Alli., ince. b...

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 September 1919

EXTRACT FROM THE PROCEED agreed h, INGS OF THE MAYOR AND the purch TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN optand of OF ARCADIA. signed oby -Arcadia. " Arcadia, La., Aug. 5 ,1919. Clerk of Be it remembered that at a regula: said Tol etifng of the Mayor and Board of couponsil Aldermen of the Town of Arcadia. facsimile Bienville parish, La., held on the above Clerk. S date, from which meeting the Mayor ie in suih d, F. Barnette was absent and said UNITEI leetlng was presided over by E. H ST Fisher, Mayor Protein. the followinI' members were present, to-wit: A. L. Crowso•, J. S. McColatltlhy and Leo Daniel. At which incetil1: ILE1R Alderman J. S. McCoatlhy offered certain ordinance old 1ovd ltl oAldo tdon and thereupu Alderm.a.. A. I . Crowson secounded tho motion, whilcl No. wau then and there put to a rote o' KNOW ayes and nayes, and the viot belm; beitESEN called the vote stood as follows: in, in ili For the ordinance, J. S. MvcConathy nof loisi A. L. ('rowson and Leo DIaniel. toe ',ce' Against th...

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 September 1919

A xhiLbitin the Latest in The Charm of the New Season's Modes is beyond written expression. You will find here a presentation of the Authentic Styles that will interest you in their attractiveness and instruct you through their variety. The displays which. are ready in every section yield for your inspection and selection the most attractive Fashions introduced in many seasons. Come and view this  silk serge of fine 14 uality, silk i exhbitIt is rranged eroidered in shadw i , for convenience design, silk chod and *v : :.: :: :: : Telephoie No. 34 been visit- fe relatives w er Wednesthly cc are with jal night 8 ftowni. gher I and her Mori- a "f am. f 's rela ~".1 t :104 Cand Bar )ae re 4toher Jackson, M&Iae, ,were Bi 8n . tIen hes in 'at x~p~!. ,1 4) -s 4.. 4, 4 4.. ~~I- .~) 4 I , i·1 4'Y -Ch-~ 1 : i:~.~s4 few additional doses cures completely. I Sold by the Modern Pharmarcy, Inc. sa Miss Mary Wemple, of Shreveport, ge was the guest on Suinday of her motlh th er, Mrs. J. E. We...

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 September 1919

From the Tulsa (Ola.) World. John R. Shillady, of New York, sec- tended retary. of the Natoinal Association for the Advancement of Colored l'eople, Mr. rwas set upon by some of the best cti- an ex sons of Ausitin, Texas, and forced to as. leave the state by the first train. Thei Liti case has "called the publicists of the week country to arms, and many are the Mrati papers presented which take the Aus tin Incident for a text. Mr Of courmt Mr. Shillady should not visito lys We set upon in the streets of other kut L, Byond all question he should Mr olW have been set upon by a wearer re of the judicial ermine. And he should fathe not have been driven from Austin. We iay these things should not have Re happened-for Mr. Shillady should Strot never have been in Austin on the mis- S. S sion that made him not only persona last non grata, but actually menAced the social tranquility of the community. The association Mr. 8hlllady repro- o rentsl t well enough in its way. Itb weel avowed purpos...

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. — 4 September 1919

FREE SCHOLARSHIP IN THE SCHOOL OF YOUR CHOICE The Tyler Commercial College, of Tyler, Texas, is positively the only iusiness college in the state which teaches a thorough courpe of prac. tical, uodlern bookkeeping and busl. iess training. Other schools teach theoretical bookkeeping; some of them call it actual 'business but it is not. The commercial room of the Tyler Commercial College is a community of business houses, of various kinds. Banks, Wholesale, Commission, Real Estate, Retail, Insurance. etc. Each student is engaged in real, active busi ness, learning to do by doing. Every entry made by the student during, his entire course is creatediby an actual sale or purchase, it may be grain, it may be groceries, dry goods, real estate or stock in a corporation, but the trabaetton is really performed and every paper required in the trans action, whether check, ilote, draft, re ceipt, mortgage, deed or what not, is filled out by the student. Partner ship contracts are drawn up and ag...

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 September 1919

1,tEMOCRAT r 1D . - .. ADý IENVILLE PA.I.H LWU1B1A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Ilth 1919 N 4 . , The best evidence of our excellent . banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fled patrons e are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be pleased  ' to ad d our name to our list :'.. mercial Bank Arcadia, La. xNO AGHEE NT AoAINST-IT g If you are without insurance, it is either carlessness, i eglect or oversight. ' - We ire trying here ' . to call your attein tion to a most im portant malter. "'Best Companies sirp r. hw teasunable you caf ;yotur children ready , ýýý ed ý ec e : ' . he-y. '. tore.. y . .d-%o g~~~~ ever ii ~ ~rf~ line 'f Shoes to ktrive. Jttst receivet' .... ' a f .. ' ./' r - ',:, ., ..I~ I..ii, tzM )C; . Chop s, .:-· .. Q.u. ity Merandise I ý. : a ,;  . . . C . : . ., st,,i .'.--*~ · , attraetio , k ,P opl h ve c ome to -eal *hey ý have a d t., sip. fo; money , i- Stock $ 0. :nrtb t ise| tbnd ai bak orer moeta left it th" bnk it i bake up by V&...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 September 1919

" D DIEN~iEDEMOCVlR AT I We are PBLISIIED EVE?Y THURSDAY Pentecost c the leases $1.38 A YEAR IN ADVANCE here for th Advertising Rates on AppllC tosfln We areu  tore, drugi Entered as Second Class Matter, April 666 Chill a U1, 1912 at the postofilce at Arcadia, r •Ja, under the Act of !fhrch 3, 1879. -$ker SA. COOK....Editor and Proprietor Bei r* " ,** C* * * Hundre * Help the DEMOCRAT to b2- * enth Fed * come a better paper. Write us * iLested * the news, tell us in person the * Treasury r news, send us the news by a * more ore * friend, telephone us the news. *ceived eý * Cooperation is the watchword * serve B' * these days and quick action b' practical e the generally accepted policy of * these nei " the American public. " Treasury S* * best sec ever offs " Iladivbc NOTICE TO SUBSCBIBES counties _____buying 'rids week we are mailing notices to lre those of our subscribers whose sub- was nea scriptions have expired. While must at'c" Tretas only a few days to a few weeks in th l *a...

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. — 11 September 1919

_ _ on Make no mistake. A price you pa 4 you cannot get a bet-' roffee val e than Luzianne.l'it doesn't g To farther and taste ,. Better .than any cof e ,o,, rever had,go to t,, m merchant who sold S tAN AIR ittoyu and  your gI. TIN CNNE ante sy ourprote ton · , ., .coffee ~ The Reil-yTaylorCompay = A ,On' f-· T' COMPLETE LINE OF GENUINE FORD PARTS Ir tis time to replace the worn parts in your FORD, ,so as to avoid dangerous accidents and worri some delays. We carry a complete line of GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES INNER TUBES, Etc. SIn fact anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attention to all orders. R. D. SIMS ARCADIA, LA. +ry si, w ',A t, . t 1st Baptst Churchds Septýmber 23rd S" and at .j f'ield, 1"st Baptist Church SeptemA r 24th Tosar S., 'Texas Atlanta, Ga. and Niss Janie Cree Bose - Louisville, Ky. On Baptist . UN .t ais hn at ROIO r at NAISFIELD by tanitI Thle se - "t -r - .. . 4 fr I 4 f tp +'< :+. . '+ + .. i,`'+/ to d i 1,'; + +,.++ - .,,++., -'  -. . i ~E ; ",· ++ 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. — 11 September 1919

TIIE eo.upons u ý . re t )IS I s ailT w on tbe:ahote Clerk. Sal. t-m Mayor: be in substs ý19 ,ý by ýg ,~ UNITgER I fo01owlugl Pý B. A. C "wlteh meetiui, ELECTRIC /o; oerect 0* ý , Eti eM] No .. .......... " con1e Ut t ter a~ o; KNOW o as follows: in, in the * ",nee, J. 8. McConathy of lnouisia * nd leo Daniel. toe receIvE " 4inace, None. to BEA~t1 " nee is in words an' Dollars; it States of Ws: February, *3"'DINAXCE aa h t he Issuance of bond: ° at th n of 'rwenty TlomUsan' payable ollars .for the purpose o days of F nd Constt'eCtlng a water sentatyon S eleetrt e light system In and c oupa llS Town of Arcadit, State o: coupsature ?, and fudling, stttll, askb asnd Ctere ng for the paymenttof saido said gon lr Inuelpl and Interest a por due. s B avails of the general llw( this e)lx1o "ivied and to be levied 1 ii of sa.W town for the year of Ar of both Inclusive: and pr e the sale of said bondsa. th aptu :the Mayor aid Boar a .of the Tow,, of Areadir Th b r opted at Its callen(ieT 1 ...

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. — 11 September 1919

1919. Mlle parish ar sesion f ti o rhe present St, ( -o ,. M. White qure- to be . tL. Coton. ed cost f ao ~e~s, maps, - to order by the ports, etce The above st.nd nl.pted correct, copy a corroadsº" ian the Polleet. to tie president State of Loi reporl 11rd anC September. x ion as to A o tioni was for alu ndition. 'of an abstract vitlem t atported that Te for allrt ,ýpitel.ý took up their ('fense Jland It ofJl,191! 1. ,T. 1. . Cur Son r""l and Tax Collectl " s :Parish ofBIi { ff reported road` To-Par. Ts. pion, and twd To Interest reported road'` Total Paris. goo resaporte collected.. Wh~tar r e1) ttl Le gs coin shape and bridges Total.... "(orttY, rcporteE To Rda. Tx. and bridges i Less Cot To Rd. Tx. N$ol, absent. Less (o'n joe, reported road To Rd. Tx. condition. Lkess Coy , Smith, reporter ro Vehicle and bridges in fair Less Cot To Per Cal ' on paupers are as Less Con Goof reported nc To check p Parish 7i .ý,olon, reported nc ,ý. We, the white, reporte.' mfttý+t, hay had been 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. — 11 September 1919

E Fail Clothing or oThe Entire Family T We have a most wonderful assortment of Ladies' ]Suits, Coats, Dresses, Middy Suits, Shirtsand Waists. SCWe invite you to inspect our line before the best numbers are sold. If you are not ready to buy, come and look any Way. -, Men Young Men and Boys Sec our Suits, Hats Overcoats, etc. A wonderful line l to select from. Come see us. -at MC'onathy's ........-,- -nmml..- " - - - .rr M)k,.D.E.DBrowl, Jr. : : : : : : " : : Telephone No. 34 •' , ,, um a • ! ] I u m . Items of interest for this page alt ' dkttitd. Communklations to ti :; h us Toaeday by noon. a ' --Social Editor. G wLtr ' Ware has ·as her guest, bhe i .t P, M. Adams of Bryteland. a .l J. 3 . Herring Is at home again p aS visit. to Mleville, N. C.  Oi . Susie Ferguson is visitlug a O 'O this week. is~ B. A. bresP r and George Arrived f last week from their delight ' it to Alto. a.r W .tIaions than swy t anim Feve Tonle on the btua one Wants Imitatlons In * lBarberi ousL. 1* : ,,,1,...

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. — 18 September 1919

ill i i . · I', · IENILLE DEMOCRAT The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis i. fled patrons ,e are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be-pleased to add our name to all gour list mercial Bank Arcadia, La. If you are without S insurance,'it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here erci to call your atten tion to a most .n Represented. ' W s ,, N OWN 0a o MAN" o1 Are ere! -surprised how keafnable you can get yotr children ready for ttng them upat oui store. Reudy-made or piece goods.. g every d~yfor ourull line of Sho. to arrive. Just received yt $ý1ý.O0. _ " fine of Mte5 for imn and boys--prieC to $s. . . t--, t F. -, lu.. White Clipped, 0. -, Hay, Chps L:k & S u, I,.- ", i~ ~ ~~~ 7 ;... i , ,;, '1:', '(": • ~~ ~ . " . ., t .:,"" -•," . - , ",· I n4 - 7 S t, a t, "ý 1. 4 1 ,.ý . , '0..r w. ,. ". .d t -i.'. y' " . " . ,- . I " ' . a;t r u u Wr , , rtoneMýat * they have a deosit stop for-mone...

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. — 18 September 1919

TI DIENVILLE DEMOCRAT UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. p, A. COOK,.......Editor and Proprietor S * Help the DEMOCRAT to be * K * ensa better paper. Write us * * the news, tell us in person the * news, send us the news by a * * friend, telephone us the news. * * Cooperation is the watchword * * these days and quick action is ' A * the generally accepted policy of * B * the American public. * d From press reports from various 0 Louisiana newspapers it seems that ii quite a little is being said on the ques tiol of the soldier's vote and to whom of the three candidates it will be gir' en. In our opinion the soldiers will be 1 divided in their support just as will every other class of voters in the state. Some will vote for Parker, some for Stubbs, some for Breazeale. To vote for a man for governor simply because he served his ...

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. — 18 September 1919

r. Edison .million dollars to produce the Ofiicial atory Model Phonograph. This ~strument You can now buy for only $285.00: ILLIAM and MARY (Official Laboratory Model) now on exhibition at the Modern Pharmacy, Arcadia us Pulman Palace Car factories are now their entire woodworking capacity to facture of Edison Phonograph cabinets. ian Company is probably the Woild's rated worker in fine woods. Y N. HARPER, Dealer e NEW EDISON · "The Phonograph With a Sour' crownig achievement of his life' M EDISON has a permanent D'amend Point Requiring no d 1 hod! NAIS BOM GIBSL4NI I Sguests for the parents. Mr. anid tsr, M1s Clyde ;pd aunt, Mr. and of Minden. carried her lit to Shreveport treatment, and childrn :.'e iMagnolia, Ark. spent Sunday hii has returned where she vls illMer and made her little new I arrived in abton Rouge, tb hole of his reed from j1i 3.7 'U ! W. C. Langford was a Im.hlusess vis. itor, to Shreveport Tuesday. Misses Gladys Broadwell and Frank. lin Girod left this week for...

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. — 18 September 1919

It, after using entire contents of the can according to directions, you are not satisfied in every respect, your grocer t will refmnd the money you paid for it. et mi Youwill like Luzianna It is 1 coffee. Real bedause it is creRilly. selecRded,properly roast ed -nd because its gpodnes s seilaled i P Ecver ~po ni~d P L zi-1 anne is sold in an indi vidual air-tight tin carn coffee The Reily-Taylor Company New Orieans COMPLETE LINE OF GENUINE FORD PARTS It is lime to replace the worn parts in your FORD, so as to avoid dangerous accidents and worri some delays; We carry a complete line of GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES INNER TUBES, Etc. In fact anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attention to all orders. R. D. SIMS ARCADIA, LA. ~ c~~ -----a Bnd11a a S onroe, st Baptist Church September 24th and atn Ti Nansfield 1st Baptist Church _ lTo Hearh Dr. Geo. W. Truett Dr. D. B. Gray lhallas, Texas Atlanta, Ga. Miss Janie Cree Bose Louisviile, Ky. f On Baptist Only Opportunity to Hear These DStronge st S...

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. — 18 September 1919

By Mrs, S Mr. J an Area Mr. WI Ruston. Mr. R fed gues this we Mrs. dren ha :T e to Arc dal Man's has be~i Mrs. J( SHat Miss .for Bri at Inte find it hard to get drs. hats, it may be guest you have no and fa at judging the un- Mr. beadwear offered Moseec .why we find so Mr. people turning to streri . They are cer- Mes vance of assured Johis mand metropolitan cadia Mr. over our new Fall 1 gent We have a *MU ction of both Der- ed  s Soft Hats. WWmi of our well- Mr customers select Mobi rby and Soft o'(u excellent come tra for all occasion. the KStetson Quality M, n every Stetson Text laic. relal Sathy's A SCHOOL TEAM 1aMd ARCADIA FRIDAY rand between the Minden y and Arcadla High PaU Il be played here at Pue 4ie Jones will piteh A. o Caskey will catch, Jones will act as Mr, se to be one of the L. games played here gg die rlie of i* goi ppIy1g for pardon, teas J, B. MelNTYRE. I DELEGATE It WORLD AD BiET r of C(ommeree met for the purpoSe of titutlon and by.laa, C. asked for more time ,...

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. — 18 September 1919

f"ALSO'IN O ICRE'TARVY BRAY OF HOME BOARD SETS OUT SITUATION CONFRONTING SOUTHERN BAPTISTS THERE. $12,000,000 IS GOAL SOUGHT This Sum Will Be Laid Aside Fro. B aeptlst 75 Million Chmpalln Fdr Work Among Negroes, Foillgn ere and Other Projects. While $20,000,000 of the $75,000,000 to be raised In cash and five-year pledges by the Southern Baptists be. teen now and December 7th will go i to foreign misaicfls, $12,000,000 will be t devoted to missions at home, It has been officially announced. Home mis. uions 'is regarded by the Batists as quite as essential as foreign missions, the larger sum beint set aside for the c latter cause by reason of the larger 0 field to be covered-practically the e O'.'re world. ( t . , R. , D. rly,, Of s Ga,, llSecretary of Home I HI. for .the Southern Baptist :yl dollars is a large oompared with what '+e doino heretofore," Dr.,, B, ý ; 'my , .lltIng secretary of the NI!Mo Board at Atlanta, de "tlet it very reasoalale in w'ith our abi~ty and small w if...

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