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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

T0he Bienville De mocrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-THREE ~CC CIC-------__ -! CAN YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR OPPORTUNITY? An opportunity to make a- good investment comes at least once to every man. Those with funds in the bank are prepared. The man who has saved consistently is on the road to inde pendence. Have you experienced the satisfied feeling of - going to your bank with yotr own money and seeing 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! THE COMMERCIAL BANK The Bank That Service Built ARCADIA, LOUISIANA The SORT Of I1 THING That Helps Along A Serious Fire. There are many property .,r ii Iowners who assume that they have installed fire preqenta tive apparatus yet Someone's carelessness is likely to make such devices of little value. ...

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. — 9 November 1922

Brownie's Arcadia Theatre "EXHIBITORS OF THE BEST IN FILMDOMI" WATCH FOR THE OPENING CLEAN, COMFORTABLE AND SANITARY-A Place of Amusement for the Whole Family SHERIFF SALE Ii ,, i AI~1 PFr nn. T. N. Davis and, daughter, j, R BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES "I will punish the world for their evil, and the wicked for their chi iniquity."-Isa. 13:11. br( ev4 pa! Sunday school lesson for Sunday sac morning, November 5th, was "Jesus vei - the Great Physician."-Luke 5 Chap. nl A great lesson on Jesus' power to forgive sin. "Himself took our in- pr tnmities and bear our diseases."- di Matt. 8:17. mg Many people, among them doctors me of law, had gathered from many of ou the surrounding towns and cities, to did hear His teachings and observe his ch works. Truly, "The power of God si was with Him to heal." la! Are you physically sick, O man, 0 vi woman, then yqu would be cured. Are you spiritually ill, then how much m treater is your need. Seek ye the B Great Physician NOW. Remember, hi ' These shall g...

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. — 9 November 1922

A Wide SAssortment! of styles and sizes assures you of a perfect fit when ; buying Underwear from us. We carry the best makes of Men's Undergarments in any weight or size that you desire. Extra Special for the Boys! Tom Sawyer Shirts and Blouses in beauti ful patterns at popular prices. He'll be "Tickl ed to death" with a Tom. Sawyer, and you'll be pleased with the service and quality. Anders-Madden, Inc. PHONE 123 ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE a rv, D. E. Brown Jr. : : ! : * Telphone No. 34 Miss Alattie Runge also has return- ne ed fron a visit to Monroe. fo " " - ba Mrs. !. C. Cox and son, Mr. Byron co ,Cox, were great additions to the music A, .during the revival last week. II e *he Mr. Charley Cox was here o'n Sun day and attended the revival meet ing. **to Mrs. Henry Jones of Bryceland, is n the honored guest of her son, Dr. J. w N. Jones and family. w . *d Mrs. Robert Smitherman of Haynes- d ville, visited her daughter, Mrs. How- cC ell Jones, en route to Liberty Hill. ci Mi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

When buying Milk, know wLere you are getting it and know that it is properly handled! WAGON CALLS TWICE DAILY J. S. ANDREWS' DAIRY r ; ;' I T':il; lllll ! I l illll I!llllll HARDWARE BOUGHT FROM s - THE PEOPLES HDW. CO., INC. STANDS HARDWEAR MAKE OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. ALL EX-SERVICE MEN ESPECIALLY INVITED WHILE IN TOWN NOVEMBER 11th. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllII IllII IIII 111 !1 I!!I1i'll !] III II t 1 :KII'U I!!' : II:' I ![I! , l ;, 111 1 : l!I!I I'I!!,I l'll!I illlt l lilll ll For Better Groceries and Meats =2 COME TO C. N.CARMICHEAL ON FRONT ST. FREE DELIVERY I Phone 136 iTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK S ARCADIA, LOUISIANA A NATIONAL BANK under the supervision of the same UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT THAT THE AMERICAN LEGION Fd6GHT FOR- THE MOST POWERFUL NATION UNDER THE SUN. A BANK THAT IS BACKED BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, GIVING THEM UNLIMITED RESOURCES. IN PLACING YOUR DEPOSITS SELECT A BANK THAT IS SAFE, SOUND and CONSERVATIVE. There is aothing safer than the GOVERN...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

THE WARD FIVE SCHOOL PROPOSITION PRO ANLE f:ýi c___ ___, uu ~ ' ATTENTION CITIZENS! CASTOR ca AND WARD 5 S In the last issue of the Bienville th Democrat the writer fully explained ag the petition re4uesting the election, gi gave reasons for the maintenance tax, showed why the expenditure of more money on frame buildings would be ' a makeshift and waste of funds, show- th ed how transfers are a success, out lined the superiority of the brick in it comparison with the frame, gave t( reasons for a new location, and treat- t ed of the cost, explaining that the i assessor's books showed conclusively that the people who would derive the tI benefits would bear only about 30 or 35 percent of the cost. The writer a earnestly requests that those indlivid uals who are still open to conviction will read this communication, if they have not done so. In this issue it shall be my pur pose' to conclude the article with a brief reference to a few other issues that have arisen. It has been proposed ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

Gibsand News'In Brief As Told By 0 u r Reporter Messrs. E. W. Nelson, Edd Reed, Ellis Brewer and C. E. Crews went o, Shreveport Tuesday to attend the grand jury. Miss Esther Nail spent the week-end with honiefolks at Shongaloo, and Miss May Pace visited homefolksk in Athens. Mrs. Finchcr of Athens, has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Cobb, recently. The first nunmler of the Lyceum course was given at the Brownie Theatre on lI,t~ Wednesday evening. Miss Irene lBewley, an exceptionally reader, rendered a most excel rent program to an appreciative aud ience. Dr. H. E. Morrow and family will soon be citiz/ens of our town, moving -from the southern part of the state, ywhere they have made their home for several year,. Dr. Morrow practic ed his prolession here about 8 years ago, and Mrs. Morrow was a popular teacher in our school. Many friends relcmembr them and extend a cordial elcome. Mrs. Emery and daughter, Miss helma Emery, of Mer Rouge, were ests of Mrs. C. A. Berry, last week....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 November 1922

Deote to the st Interests of RGST_ O- CARD TOKwo Bales of Cotton and Seed. de ._ - n I CARDRored T hat THANKS Sized as the property of L tnry Jhnson, undr rs L _ _ Social And Per- He sonal Items Of SMuch Interest (By Mrs. M. F. Cook) Mr; Kenneth Durham, who has been ited ill with dengue fever in Shreveport Sund was able to visit his father Saturday, Mr 'but is again confined to his bed with relati fever. Mrs. Durham also has fever. '\i Their friends wish them a speedy re- oun, turn to health. Satui Mrs. A. L. Harper who has been nice visiting her mother in Birmingham, 11i Alabama, for the past month return- land, ed to her home here Saturday. Vera Quite a number of Ringgold peo- Mr "plc are plan!.ning to visit Arcadia Sat- tives urday and enjoy the Armistice Day m Celebration. iting Mr. Brice of Arcadia, is visiting in On the home of his daughter, Mrs. Iben Tomme, and family. a uit A number of the young people at- hou tended the Lyceum number at Hope that Friday night. TI Mr. Lamar ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR YOUR ACCOUNT IS WELCOME We invite your banking business no matter whether your account be large or small. Among our largest depositors are those whose initial deposits were very small indeed. To be associated with this bank as a depositor means that you will be extended every courtesy which any strong financial institution can ac cord to its customers. If not already a depositor, we invite you to start in today. The COMlERCIAL BANK of ARCADIA --The BANK that SERVICE BUILT! S Special Metal Doors are of no us e if blocked open. In spite of the precautions of architects and fire pre vention engineers. Careless ness often steps in to ugdo the works of experts. A metal clad door is of no use if blockaded in an open position by shipping cases. There is no substitte for i6uMnd inaurace iu a good reliable Company. THIS IS A HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY AGENCY DANIEL, BRY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

Brownie's Arcadia Theatre "EXHIBITORS OF THE BEST IN FILMDOM" WATCH FOR THE OPENING CLEAN, COMFORTABLE AND SANITARY-A Place of Amusement for the Whole Family •Iml~ll /I· ·. Democrat Gives Him All The News Back Home The editor is in receipt of a letter from Claude \V. Caldwell, who is at tendnig Louisiana College, at Pine ville, stating that he has received a copy of the Democrat the last four a weeks and that it has been one of his .greatest pleasures to read each copy, at is gives him "all the news back homne." The Democrat is supplying the home news to a great many boys and girls attending college a in various distant points, as well as to many who have made their homes elsewhere, but still find pleasure in keeping up with the happenings back in their old home parish. - 0 Sound Heard Round the World. Phineos Shark, the eminent statl tician and mathematician, states that In 98.4 per cent of all the cities of the world it Is possibte to wake up t at' any hour of the night ahd hear s...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

. Steeped In STYLE TYV L E That describes the effect Sour garments give. Style means up-to-dateness in cut and general effect. And this style appears in each of the different styles of our new selections in Suits, Top Coats, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, etc. The style is there to stay! The prices have a particular attractiveness. Extra Special for the Boys! Tom Sawyer Shirts and Blouses in beauti ful patterns at popular prices. He'll be "Tickl ed to death" with a Tom Sawyer, and you'll be pleased with the service and quality. AnderslMadden, Inc. PHONE 123 ARCADIA'S EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE 1r1n. D..'rownr. : : i : ! t Tihoe fNo.a 34l Mr. John B. Kimball of Ruston, was an Arcadia visitor Saturday.. "" .op Miss Tookie Tooke visited Shreve- Sh port last week-end. ho Miss Anita Monette of Shreveport, has been a recent guest of Miss An nie Lesba Gloer. M Mr. Abie Dreyer of Ruston, was a co eek-end guest of his parents, Mr. sa trod Mrs. Jos. Dreyer. Mr. Horace Jones and family had SI as guest' la...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

Gihland News In Irief As Told By 0 u r Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Hamner visited relatives in Shreveport Sun d da~r.- J. W. Foster and family left Sunday morning in their car for a visit 'to relatives in Linden, Texas. Rev. H. B. Thomason is suffering from an attack of dengue fever. His pulpit at the Methodist church was filled Sunday morning by Rev. De Rainey of Shreveport, who delivered a most interesting sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Langford and baby, Geroline, of Sibley, were guests of relatives, Sunday. Sheriff Currie of Arcadia, was a business visitor here Saturday. Our basket ball teams were success ful in winning several games last week. The boys' team won a game at Bryce land Tuesday, on Wednesday the Ar cads girls' team came over for a game and were defeated by our girls' team, and on Armistice Day at Ar cadia our boys' team won a game over the Castor boys' team. The preliminary contest will be giv en at the Baptist church Thursday and Friday nights. From the twenty-tw...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

SELLIN OUT MEN and WONEN 3ELLING OUT The Fair Co.'s Selling Out Shreveport, Louisiana BEGINS BEGINS ~~,4 FRIDAY FRIDAY,. ii THIS store, stock and fixtures has been bought in by a 3-ý OUR ENTIRE new local Shreveport firm headed by Mr. J. L Bazelon, UNPRE STOCK MUST BE and is now on sale at tremendous low prices. This sale CEDENTED SAV- A SOLD AT ONCE will begin Friday mornng, 9:00 a. m. sharp. INGS-GREAT I i i --WE MUST Every article must be sold to make room for the incoming merchandise VARIETY HAVE THE which will arrive about the first of the new year. WONDERFUL CASH Stock up now, there never was a better time to partake in an event to buy merchandise that will make Christmas giving--"Sensible Giving." NOW!. EVERY PIECE OF MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD Read Every ftem-The Prices Tell the Story Ladies Raincoats ONE TO A CUSTOMER ONLY OverCOats LAIS'CRDRYIZED AND WORSTED LADIES' CORDUROY --MýEN'S SUITSRANOT Kimonos Winter Overcoats of first grade materials and styles, not the usual grade ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

lBIVIL DEMOCRAT BVUDHED EVERY THL'RSDAY AdvertisIn Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ..................................................$2.00 cop? 6 months .............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Blenville Parish.) )10 1 year ............................................ $2.25 he c 6 months .............................................. 50 hors Eatered as Second t'lass Matter, Apri! rot I, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, wiie Lo., under the Act of March 3, 1879. t B. A. COOK9 Managing Edtor ad tiles Business Mansge'r ug. C. C. TRAVIS ...-... Asslsant Etor him of d NOTICE -A8 Is customary with all Ai newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards olt, Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Ins Notices for entertainments of any na- gi,1 ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line (100 lc per word. Minimum charge 50c. six words words or more, meti CHRISTMAS ONLY A FEW gid WEEKS OFF ol Armistice ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

ESERTGOLD ZANE GREY ~uthor oRid lers of thePurpleSaga. WVidfire. Etc, Illustrations by ,Irwin M"yers e saHARPeR I AND MROTHERS. ng and dil of ad. have not . i from the There are of the ern des n only Sand Indians. ultra.arid contain great as he entire was a ZANE GREY waste. the border between the States and Mexico becomes Ie "No Man's Land," as dan as any territory that existed r days. There is a great history of the experiences t-day settlers, rangers and that Is fine material for the especially for one with the of Zane Grey, who loves his West, who has caught ;te and who sees it in all its as. th a clear eye,. ville, Ohio, was his birthplace, is descended from the famous family which figured so largely r history. Although he passed "" the public schools of his na ce and graduated from the Unl. of Pennsylvania with credit, more fondness for outdoor te than for studies, and became er guished pJayer of amateur, col- hi professional baseball. After ab Sreidence in New York city ge e a...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 November 1922

RINGGOLD SECTION__Dt 11·11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 · 1 · · 1 · 1 · · 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 · 1 11"tr Social And Per sonal Items O f Much Interest (By Mrs. M. F. Cook) The members of the Methodist church are havnig a new fence built around the parsonage, which will be quite an addition to the appearance. Mr. Alton Thomas of Ruston, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. H. E. Page. Rev. A. L. Harper preached at Hope Sunday night. " Mr. L. C. Graves who has been i confined to his home for the past two d weeks is improving. Mrs. Eben Tomme and children, t motored to Arcadia Friday. They were the guests of relatives and friends while there, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Reeves and h Jim Vick of Hope, were visitors here tl Wednesday. Miss Pawnee Glover of Arcadia, is assisting Mrs. Maggie Jones in the t, postoffice here this week. Mrs. H. B. Scott left for George- b own last week, where she and Mr. fr Scott will make their home. Rev. Winn, the presiding elder, p...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 November 1922

The Bienville Democrat OLUME XI.BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-FIVE ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY.FIVE Inmnnmn 1· ow 1111·1 - - I nmo | I mm nnum- - - ----·- ·I-,;,,-~~- - --- ·--- ·-- ----·- .-. YOUR ACCOUNT IS WELCOME.! We iq;'ite your banking business no mfitter whether your account be large or small. Among our largest depositors are those whose'initial deposits were very small indeed. To be associated with this bank as a depositor means that you will be extended every courtesy which any strong financial institution can ac ,cord to its customers. If not already a depositor, we invite you to start in today. The CONIIRCIAL BANK of ARCADIA -The BANK that SERVICE BUILT! Stairways that are also Closets may be Fire Hazards too. A stairway is often convert ed into *a 'closet and unless - care is exercised the closet becomes cluttered with odds anc ends and a serious fire hazard results. You can nev...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 November 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEFOCRATl ' PUBLISBED lVEPr THURSDAY AdvertMing Rates on Appllcation c Subscription Rates. 1 year ................................ .................$2.0 c 0 m onths .............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Bienville Parish.) 1 year ............ ... ...................$2.25 O months ............................. 1.50 !atered as Second Class Matter, AprL' t i, 1912 at the postotee at Arcadia La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 8, A. COOK, Managig Editor and Boine"s Manager C. C. Ti S............. Aslant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line 10 per word. .Minimum charge c. six words to line: 100 words or more, VITAL FACTS ABOUT CANCER 1. During the Great War the Unit ed States lost about 80,000 soldiers, During the same two yea...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 November 1922

Brownie's Arcadia Theatre "EXHIBITORS OF THE BEST IN FILMDOM" WATCH FOR THE OPENING CLEAN, COMFORTABLE AND SANITARY-A Place of Amusement for the Whole Family L Now smoked by a million of men who love e de a superior s cigarette cigarettes i lii 15 for lOc " STown Tax Sale Of InnovableProperty ti THE VILLAGE OF BIENVILLE VS. DE- a LIN.UENT TAX DEBTORS BIENVILLE, v BIEhN¥VILLLE PARISH, LOUISIANA. t1 - l y virtue of the authority vested in me by the Ceastltutlon and Laws of the State of Louis- C' er I will sell in front of the Bank of Blen- ti vile within legal sale hours for judicial sales be- I m.,mdg at 11:00 o'clock on SATURDAY. DEC. 23rd, 1922 sad continuing on each succeeding day untilS id sales are completed, on which all immovable uupert taxes are now due to the Village of i , to enforce the collection of taxes as snsed in the year 1921 together with interest thereon from the 31 day of December 1921 at lie rate of 10 per cent per annum until paid ad cots. The names of said deli...

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. — 23 November 1922

DESERT GOLD by ZANE GREY Wildfire, Etc. -w ' Illustrations by CP Irwin My rs COPYRIGHT 7X, H" AhPeR AND DROTHIBR. SYNOPSIS PROLOGUIE.-Seeking gold in the dei ert, "Cameron," solitary prospector, forms a partnershlp with an unknown man whom he later learns is Jonas War ren, father of a girl whom Cameron wronged but later married, back in Ill notis. Carneron's explanations appease Warren, and the two proceed together. Taking refuge from a sandstorm in a cave, Cameron discovers gold, but too late' both men are dying. Cameron leaves evidence, In the cave, of their discovery of gold, and personal documents. CHAPTER I Old Friends. Richard Gale. reflected that his so. journ in the West had been what his disgusted father had predicted Idling here and dreaming there, with no objective point or purpose. It was reflection such as this, only more ke i(,us and perhaps somewhat desperate, that had brought Gale down to the border. For some time the newspapers had been printing news of the Mexican ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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