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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

YOU ARE INVITED TO MAKE = 't V uHOFFMAN DANIEL,4RYAN & TURNER THE 1,T DRG SORE"OUTFITTER for the ENTIRE FAMILY' YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN ARCADIA O ON ARMISTICESAY I, ..50Q UALITY MERCHANDISE of Every KN d Known to Man SDollars! !, ow ,at prices that bring you back again _ Dollars.- IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN FOUNTAIN DRINKS, CIGARS We know Insurance y, and will to make you a and CANDIES MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN and How to Write it -YOU WILL FIND THEM HERE -IN ARCADIA 'l ,; . ,iiIi, litIIIi'111'111~ .I i II iiiiiiiiiiiiI u'tIIIIiIII III~ ~ 111IIIIIIIIIIII 11I 11111 II 'l I IIIIIIIII1111111111111111III I III-I ANDES-MADDEN CO. ARCADI'S XLSV Gent's Furnishing Store -1II, II'IIIIIII'IIIIIII't1tIIIrilIIIIIIIItlt_ our store. WE INVITE YOU TO BECOME ONE -- DIA~l  i nBIG PARADE Make our store.your head LmX+x x~-+x.+,.+ quarters Armistice Day..• Sof the day will be a huge paý =11111111Teoem1etueo1111gP1- 1=1 rade, consisting of Old Confederate soldiers, e x service men,...

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. — 19 October 1922

frskine Dale Pion ee ,John Fox, JrI 1 IIlustrafed by R.H.Livin stone , COPYRIGHT Y CHARLES SCRINER' S SONS . -- - -- ti SYNOPSI18 CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder. ness outpost commanded by Jerome San ders, in the time immediately preceding the 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 given shelter and attracts the favorable atten tion of Dave Yandell, a leader among the settlers. CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new ftlends of the coming of a Shawnee war party. The fort Is attacked, and only saved by the timely appearance of a party of Virginlans. The leader of these Is fatally wounded, but in his dying mo ments recognizes the fugitive youth as his son. CHAPTER III.-At Red Oaks, planta tion on the James river, Virginia, Colonel Dale's home, the boy appears with a meesage for the colonel, who after read. ag it introduces the bearer to his daugh ter Barbars as her cousin, Erskine Dale....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

Don't put off looking over our line of 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 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-ladden, Inc. ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE ,D.Lfrowr. £ : : : : 1 2 t :1Tuh . Ira McConathy made a business pr New Orleans last week. in " t*lo Mobley of Coushatta, is the V of her daughter, Mrs. Percy hs R "" **al Agurs of Shreveport, is the B -f her daughter, Mrs. Lamar h, la Mattie Smith of Doyline, is g ther sister, Mrs. Dave Wood " " " kinds of Hemstitching solicited. b ~dfers given special attention. t W. D. White, Arcadia. o Edwin Lummus left Wednesday I home i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 October 1922

ir Devoted to the Best Interests of Ringgold and Srounding Territory LOCALS AND PERSONALS By MRS. M. F. COOK Mrs. Lexie Burkhalter, the accom plished music director of the high school, assisted by the music club re cently organized by her, composed of her music class, rendered a delightful musical program at the high school auditorium last week. Each one con nected with the program reflected credit to their teacher and themselves. Mrs. H. E. Page and sons Ronald and Leon spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Larkin Padgett at Heflin. Mr. and Mrs. Dan \Voodard are re ceiving congratulations on the arriv al of a fine boy. Who will be called Dan Edward. Mrs. \Woodard and lit tle son are at the home of her moth er, Mrs. Georgia Williams, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook were guests in the home of Mrs. Hamner, of Jamestown, Sunday. Mr. Walter McDowell, accompanied by his daughter, Carmen, and Lucille Cook, visited friends in Heflin, Sun day. Mrs. H. R. Wimberly has been on the sick list the pa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-ONE ----------------------------------------------- -ý - CAN YOU TAKE ADYANTAGE OF YOUR OPPORTUNITY? ,An opportunity to make a good investment t' omes at least once to every man. Those with nds in the bank are prepared. The man who as saved consistently is on the road to inde ndence. Have you experienced the satisfied feeling of going to your bank with your own money and eing your balance grow? Each time you add to your balance. you add to your own good feelings because you are getting ahead. If you have no bank account, come in and START one. If you have An ac count, add to your balance regularly'! T THE COMERIAL BANK The Bank That Service Built ARCADIA, LOUISIANA A condition like this is a Menace night and day! -At this very minute Ameri ca has hundreds of similar, sawdust filled waste boxes act ing as the fuses that lead to destruction by fire-you can not entirely remo...

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. — 26 October 1922

HEALTH INSTITUTE TO BE HELD IN JACKSON, MISS. .\ health institute will he held in jackson, Miss., for the health officers of Mississippi and Louisiana, October 30th to Novcmber 2nd, inclusive. Eminent spccialists from Washing ton and other parts of the United States, as well as from Mississippi and Louisiana, will give the lectures and hold conferences. Dr. W. A. Evans, Health Editor of the Chicago Tribune, whose articles are widely syndicated will be one of the speak er. these institutes are being held in many States and it was thought best to have a joint institute for Missis sippi and Louisiana in Jackson this year, and the same will be held the tcoining year in Louisiana. The health officers and State Boards of Health of the two States are very desirous of' its being a success. It is hoped lthat many Louisiana doctors will at tend. There are no attendance fees. ELECTION PROCLAMATION State of Louisiana. Parish of Bienville, office of the Board of Supervisors of Elections in and f...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

E7And Person al Items Of Inter est From .Hope R. T. I,alwhoI XtS in town Mon C. W. Frye is a business visitor to Worth, Texas this week. )Jr. and Mr;. I. A. Ledbetter and s Claudie Ledbetter were visitors iHaughton, Thursday. The boys' basket ball team defeat licflin's team in a game at Hef Wednesda v. ir. and Mrs. A. B. Jarnigan and r. and Mrs. Arthur Scott ar the e;Cend guct' of .Mrs. J. E. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jackson spent the -end with Mrs. C. W. Frye. Miss Marie Chambers was a visi to Shreveport Sunday. We had our first lyceum number, Galganos" here Friday night. r. and Mrs. (Ceo. Rogers and chil spent Saturday and Sunday with Ledbette'r's. r. and Mr,. C. P. Tucker of Hef were the guets of Mrs. J. J. Wall, . C. C. Wcdgworth and Charlie, e visitors to Shreveport, Saturday.' LUTIONS OF RESPECT ASHLAND LODGE, F. & A. M. hereas, it has pleased the Supreme itect of the Universe in his in ble wisdom to remove from our t our beloved brother, V. V. rn, who was born in 1863 in ...

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. — 26 October 1922

p ' ' I 1, , tll1111! !" !li!" ' '. i' I 1111111 IllhI 11 " 'I' II I I I ll II I III WIen buying Milk, know where I you are getting it and know that it is properly handled! WAGON CALLS TWICE DAILY J. S. ANDREWS' DAIRY tIf llh, !I |II III Nt'll t 'oJIIII IQIIW;I IIt l ightlU l; l llllllI l llll IIIIlII III I ll1l J IN I l ll itll tlll 11[ llllll lzl ':il l I IU:! tf!J II I I I UIII Ut lllill HARDWARE BOUGHT FROM iTHE PEOPLES HDW. C., INCL STANDS HARDWEAR MAKE OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. ALL EX-SERVICE MEN ESPECIALLY INVITED WHILE IN TOWN NOVEMBER 11th. For Better Groceries and Meats COME TO CN. CARMICHEAL ON FRONT ST. IG NEW STOCK OF V.ERYTHINQG GOOD TO EAT S Phone 136 THE FIRS NATIONAL BANK i ARCADIA, LOUISIANA A NATIONAL BANK under th superviuii of thLe lame UNITED STATES GOVERNMBNT THAT THE AMERICAN LEGION FOUGHT FOR THE MOST rOWERIL NATION UNDER THE SUN. A BANK THAT IS BACKED BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, GIVIVG THEM UNLIMITED RESOURCI. IN PLACING YOUR D POSITS SELECT A ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

CADIA S . ....$5,oo000.00oo ............. 37,000.00 *Dollars! y, and will to make you IIIIuIIIi IIi4I 4:tII4II4 lIII4 IIII 4LI!I IIIllllII II ' I l 44 It 4444l1 I 1 I 444 41 I 4 II 4444 I I 444IiliI1f 4Il4 I4444 I4I1I11I11144I4I44I- 4_ ABIG PARADE The opening feature of the day will be a huge pa rade, consisting of Old Confederate soldiers, e x" - t service men, floats, brass bands, etc. An expert decorator will be employed to assist in decorating the floats, Be here early.. 44ll l4444444l444l4tli l l ln Il I l I i lt l g I i I144lll t i444444444 1144 44 44ll l il n l l i 4l14 4 1414ill l i lil tll 44i4f 4 it4lll4 4ll44l4i4 ! IIIIIIIIIII111111111uN111t11111111 , ing -Contests Lts Fu at Arcadia, and preparations have of being one of the very best in this part of a lade to the end that there will not be the State, and the Arrangement Committee is oment during the entire day. indeed fortunate in having secured their ser c will be provided by the Ringgold vices, and visitors for this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

Gibsland News in Brief As Told By 0 u r Reporter . A crowd of hunters left Monday night for a weck's stay at Tensas. Messrs. E. W. Nelson, Edd Reed nad Ellis Brewer were among those who se-ed on the Federal Jury at Shreve port last weck. Miisses Myrtle Jones. Pauline Jones and Hazecl )unn visited in Minden; Sunday. Miss Sue Willie Carr, of iHomer. was with 'homcefolks for the week-, end. Mr. J:' ,l. Ilainner and daughter, Mrs. Clyde Fonts, were business vi.i tors to Arcadia Saturday. Little Miss Richard Lee Ashley will always remember her twelfth birthday for thirty of her little friends were invited J0 spend the afternoon with her, and they brought her pretty gifts. The children were joyous and happy while they played the merry games in the yard. At the close of the games, I ichard Lee invited her guests into the dining room where the birthday cake, with the twelve burning candles, centered the table. Punch and cake were served. Mrs. Dr. Eans of Homer, was a recent guest of relati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

MALLORY HATS The HI T for MEN who appreciate individuality of Style combined with superior quality CLOTHES FOR MEN Don't overlook our new arrivals in STYLEPLUS CLOTHES for MEN. We have the latest Fall Models including the new "Harding Blue" color, now so popu lar. These suits are right in style, workmanship and price. _ MEN'S and BOYS' SWEATERS just arrived. WILSON BROS.' UNDERWEAR, best made. New Lot of Trunks and Bags in a variety of sizes Anders-ladden, inc. Arcadia ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE r.r D . . . .... r.. -- .. . . . . .t . . . . . ..t TO le . .e -  - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . r. John Theus of 'Monroe, is at. ng court here this week. r. and Mrs. Audey Bryan visited State Fair Saturday and Sunday. " " " and Mrs. Julius Williams and spent the week-end in rt to visit the fair. *** Mary Helen Key spent the d with homefolks in Mt. Leb Alys Bond was called to Mon turday by the serious illness of father. iss Annie Butler ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 October 1922

RINO D SE~CTION Devoted to the Best InterestsD ofe RGO Ringgold and Sul rounding Territory LOCALS AND PERSONALS By MRS. M. F. COOK We understand that the work of reepairing and remodeling the Baptist parsonage will commence soon. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cook and chil dren, Lucille and Phillip, were visi tors in the home of Dr. M. E. Dodd and Mrs. Dodd of Shreveport, last week-end. Quite a number of Ringgold people visited the Fair saturday. Among those who went were Mr. 0. L. Harper and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Smith, Mrs. H. E. Page and sons, 1H. C. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. I,. B. Cook and a num her of others whose inames we failed to learn. Rev. J. P. Durham was in Shreve port Monday visiting his son Kenneth, who has been very ill with dengue fever, and was glad to ndd him im a, proving. Mrs. Yearwood and family have the deepest symypathy of their many friends here, in the loss of their hus band and father, whose death occur red at Arcadia last Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

The Bienvlle Democrat UME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO __ . .._ . ..... . ... ..r ·'- I _ . - . .. ,, ,qM NYII CAN YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR OPPORTUNITY? opportunity to make a good investment es at least once to every man. Those with ds in the bank are prepared. The man who. saved consistently is on the road to inde dence. ye you experienced the satisfied feeling of oing to your bank with your own money and ing your balance grow? Each time you add your balance. you add 'to your own good lings because you are getting ahead. SIf you have no bank account, come in and START one. If you have an ac count, add to your balance regularlyl THE COMMERCIAL BANK The Bank That Service Built ARCADIA, LOUISIANA : t Fire Pails are a help if they are well installed. You find so many fire pails that are practically useless because of careless installa tionl They may be blockad ed with merchapdise or com hidden, and then too they ae frequentl...

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. — 2 November 1922

A million men have turned to One Eleven Cigarettes -a firm verdict for superior quality. cigarettes 15 for lo. Local Happenings Of Much Interest I From Bienville, Mr. and Mrs. T, K. McKnight were visitors to the fair last week-end. Mrs. McKnight going from there to Boyce o to visit her parents. b Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Harmon, 0 aed Mrs. Ruff of Coushatta, were a pests in the home of Mrs. C. C. A Crawford last week. Mr. Ray McKnight of Haynesville, was the guest of Miss Bernice Mt- c Monald, Sunday. Miss Cornelia Crawford returned to e Natchitoches Sunday to resume her a studios at the Normal, after a week's S_,.swit te homefolks. , Mrs. J. G. Robinson was 3 guest in the home of her neice, Mrs. Ted Lucky of Arcadia, last week. Mrs. Helbak and little son, Karl, have returned home after a visit of sI weeks to relatives in Gulfport, Miss. Mr, P. D. Whitley was carried to Mighlaid Sanitarium, Shreveport, last Thursday, where he will undergo an operation. He was accompanied by his son, ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

THE SACRIFICE , mI 6y GRACE 0. WEATHERBY : r by McClure Newipiper syndicate. hei was a little breathless silence Sh with fingers that shook a trifle, pr y pyrton slipped a gleaming mil ad on the third finger of a small Le hand that lay coldly passive in ho girl's face was deadly pale, heren wide and very blue, her lips com. lar ever so slightly. You see, this eni rather an ordeal for the gay Mar- tlI( She didn't love Anthony the least i bitl It was one of those unfor- ( affairs where love is sacrificed do altar of family protection, and ter was a strange twist to itfa Idoln enters into the rich-man stories. y wasn't the sleek, smooth cep that the rich man usually a was just a plain, homely man, ref long, lanky legs that moved a ha awkwardly, and eyes that re the exasperated Marion of a dog she once had. What mat. did have millions? He wasn't SU of man she could love. were the thoughts that finally ed upon the girl to give up her of love and to place her hand qu ony's when he proffer...

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

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

ATTENTION CITIZENS! the CASTOR DISTRICT tax Syea In vyew of the fct that I have heard pen so many arguments pro and con rela- sho tive to the pending school tax elec- s tion in Ward 5, I am submitting this brie article for publication at the urgent we request of friends, with the hope that bui its contents will be given careful con- cro sideration. $12 The petition asking for an election is ing not in my possession, but I have read the it. It asks for an election in Ward 5 rea for the purpose of voting on the tha proposition to levy a $75,000.00 bond bri issue for building and equipping a brick wo school building to be located prefer- ai ably east of the L. & A. railway in It Castor. Due to the opposition of the ent patrons at New Ramah, the boatd era amended the proposition to read all wil of Ward 5 except the new Ramah dis- co, trict, and the amount was reduced to rai read $65,000.00. This, in the opinion the of the writer, was the wise thing to do by as the high school studen...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

MALLORY HATS The HAT for MEN who appreciate individuality of Style combined with superior quality CLOTHES FOR MEN Don't overlook our new arrivals in STYLEPLUS CLOTHES for MEN. We have the latest Fall Models including the new "Harding Blue" color, now so popu. lar. These suits are right in style, workmanship and price. **** MEN'S and BOYS' SWEATERS just arrived. WILSON BROS.' UNDERWEAR, best made. New Lot of Trunks and Bags in a variety of sizes Anders-Maddeu, Inc. Arcadia ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE k sº D., 3h. a a 2 a 2 2 l 2 d iuhN..a Mrs, S. A. Cook was a recent guest wl relatives in Ringgold. S. *0 "vi Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wimberly were Shreveport a few days ago. ,Mr., and Mrs. S. B. Sutton and fam visited Bryceland, Sunday. .Messrs. Dupuy and McInnis of Min- 01 visited Arcadia Tuesday. S `.* ts Mary Alice Pentecost left c4 mday to accept a position iq the li o, school. S "*" S SMrs. C. C. Travis and children spent p week-efid with relatives in port. ** d Mrs. Foster Taylor ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 November 1922

Devo ted o the Best Interests of Ringgold and Surounding Territory CCONSTABLE SALE nnn I with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McGinty. COTTON MEETING HELD HERE C. H. SCOTT PURCHASES C. P. CONSTABLE SALE C. C. and W B Allum enry Jo STEWART STOCK OF GOODS E. R. Burkhaltcr vs. Henry Johnson, 4th usti Fourth Justice Court, State of Louisiana, p. ~,; , Ini. iShI of Bienvihl(e LOCALS AND ERSOIAS By MRS. I. F. COOK B ._..--havil Miss Josie Harper who has a posi- and I tion in Shreveport spent the week-end how with her parents, the Rev. A. L. and need Mrs. Harper. your Mr. L. B. Cook accompanied by his is of mother and sister, Miss Minnie Cook, trip visited Minden Thursday. While there do't they were guests of their aunt, Mrs. the i Miller. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Miller otio are only two living of a large drive family. Mrs. Miller is 93 years of ride age and Mrs. Cook 85. Both are by bright and cheerful and enjoy very freig good health for their age. shlipr Mrs. G. S. Siudy underwent a sern- dihe ous operat...

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