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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 November 1922

S~ If you are looking for SHOES That are Stylish and Neat; The envy of all As you walk down the street. If you're seeking. Shoe Comfort, And Shoes of Renown, Take a peep in our window At the Best Shoes in town. \nd that's not all! You'll find here a complete line of all other Gent's Furnishings including the best in Neck, wear, I losiery, Underwear, Shirts, etc. Visit our store for ".\ll wool and yard wide" values. ARCADIA, LA. Mr D. E. Brow, Jr. t : : : : : : ,: : Teeboos No Mrs. B. Capers and daughter, Helen, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Hightower in Haynesville. Dr. W. I,. Atkins viited his wife at the Schuinpert Sanitarium Sun day. se" Special prices now on Boys' Suits at ;Lyons Bros. Co. see Murphy Deas, who has a position in :Monroe, spent the last week-end with jhomefolks in Arcadia. Mrs. W. L,. Williams accompanied her son, Dr. Curtis W. Williams to reveport Monday. es,, Mr. and Mrs. June Cook have re urned to their home in Haynesville, fter a vist to Mr. ...

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. — 23 November 1922

NIR LD S CT I 0N De teoltdedned Stroutein enTeoritory ... .Ilurafy ,urul48U r9U0 'EVNTS bl- ~re-wPs First. a Rc n Ieod Social And Per sonal Items Of Much Interest \Vill., \Valt Lance of Homer, wa' a visitor her Sundav. Mr. and ,Mrs. A. L. harper made a husiness viit to l3ircndle Friday. Mr. C. A. 'fThoiias transacted bui- d ness in Arcadia Monday;. ,The work of repairing and remodel- b ing the Baptist parsonag;e i, progress ing rapidly. Mrs. J. J. Cook and Miss Sibyl Hud- 1 nal have bet n contined to their homes the pact week with dengue fever. Rev. 1I. B. \andenburg of Pineville is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. } Thomas this week. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Padgett of IIeflin, visited relatives in Ringgold, Sunday. Rev. A. I,. Harper left Tuesday morning to attend the Methodist con fcrence which will he held at Shreve port, La. Mrs. Mary Yearwood of Arcadia, is visiting in the home of her grand- I daughter, Mrs. S. 1'. Stewart, this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frye spent the "week-end...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY.SIX -..--... -- .... 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 COMMERCIAL BANK of ARCADIA -The BANK that SERVICE BUILT! A bent nail may be the cause of a. serious fire loss. An extension lamp may be needed and a cord is secur ed and fastened by means of bent nails. Then some day after the insulation has become worn, a short circuit results. Fires await only the right combination of circumstances. There is no substitute for sound insurance in a good reliable company. THIS IS A HARTFORD FIRE INSURAN...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

11 , THURSDAY GRAND Brownies Arcadia Th t - 700 I PIiIN IX7}h:0_0___PE NIN"EXHIBITORS OF THE BEST IN FILMDOWN" tre "SIL V' ER I MARY CARR and AillStS Dfrect from 4Months Runm ind L LV LILIqaL__Cs New York City COMEDY CLEAN, COMFORTALE AND SANITARY-A PLACE THURSDAY - NEWSAMUSEMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY S- AMUSIC: .3-22:i~ A 'million men have turned to One Eleven Cigarettes -a firm verdict for superior quality. cigarettes 15ol, 1Oc ASHLAND HI BASKET BALL TEAMS WIN FROM CAMPTI AND METHVIN WITH EASE Ashland, Nov. 24.-Uncovering a B flashy offensive that at times complete- at ly bewildered their opponents, Ash- A land high today defeated the Campti R quint by a 43 to 37 score. For the B irst ten minutes the advantage see- j sawed from one team to the other, R but in the latter part of the first half s Ashland began to draw away from their opponents, and the 'half end ed with Ashland 11 points in the lead. In the second half this lead was increased to 16. Ashland's strength lay in the ab...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

-Farmers K Build Roads In Camp County Camp county is building the cheap- im t roads in the State of Texas. To to ique methods and a sagacious corn- im isioners' court are due the credit. cc Wisely executed contracts are say- of the taxpayers thousands of dol- ne and a clever device of the officials C( charge of road improvement has el slted in the practice of compensating se mers for clearing their fields and ins st of the vexatiuos iron ore Si erg. gi' Long Walls of Rock At intervals of approximately two one-half miles along the Jefferson El Paso-Texarakana highways, arc ranged sturdy walls of red e, like the uncovered runs of some lost cty of the ancients. They an the work of dozens of farmers, wi have been paid for hauling these ; ious stones from their land to s where they may be conven applied in the building of roads. H uling of these fifteen or sixteen oe of rocks commenced in July, an I, .From day to day the piles are ,ng. The periods of hauling are July to September and fro...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT*E Official JournJ Bienville.Parish and Town of Arcad;:;, l ouisiana S. A. COOK, ........ ......................Editor Proritor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISII-$2.25 A YEAR 0 U.. IDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION' Entered as Second Class Matter, April II, r9 s at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, .,79. We Give Thanks As we take inventory of our lot for the past twelve months we find that the Almighty has been generous, exceptionally so, in administering to our needs and our desires. Yes, there has been the bitter cup. But who wouldn't have it so? This merely kindles our appreciation for the good things-just makes our happiness complete. Life would not be life it it were all joy and no sorrow. Success would not be success without reverses and difficulties to overcome. So, on this Thanksgiving day, we are glad we live in a world like this, and we are indeed thankful for our portion. 1922 Taxes Now ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

Seems to us if there is any nation on the face of the globe who ought to be thankful it is the American nation and the American people. Our harvests have been bountiful; our store houses are running over with food and feed. Everywhere hearts are glad-hearts are warm -happiness abides. Then let us, in the fullness of our gratitude, pause to give thanks to the Giver of all good in a true spirit of thankfulness. ARCADIA, LA. t lrs. D. E. BrowuaJr. t : : : : : : : ; Telehone No. 34 Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Sutton and family visited Simsboro on Tuesday. Miss Belle Atkins and Mrs. Dawson Harris, of Homer, were week-end guests in Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryan, Miss An ne Lesba Gloer and Mrs. Albert Aus tin motored to Homer Monday. e** You can get that ,Christmas present at the Methodist Ladies' bazaar on Dec. 12 and 13, at S. A. Conger's store. *0* Miss Jewel McGuire visited Shrive port last week and had the pleasure of seenig "The Circle." **e Miss Mary Louis Tooke has ac cepted a position...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

GibslandNewsln Exi Brief As Told By ut Our Reporter Mrs. L. A. Taylor spent several days last week visiting her sister, Mrs. 1923. Annie Thurmond, in her country home. ,. sa' Mrs. W. H. Todd's many fiends 2. will be glad to know that she is re covering from her recent serious ill- 4. 0 S. S Hess. 6. ( Mr. B. P. Hammett of Alexandria, . j is a business visitor this week. • . " Mr. Sims of Castor, was the guest t of Miss Jessie Brister, Monday even- 12. ing. 14. Rev. S. S. Bogan from Colfax was assigned to this charge at the Method- $ ist conference, and Rev. 1H. B. Tfhoma son was sent to Colfax. Miss Sallie -Kidd, who is employed by the telephone company at Bien ville, is at home for a visit. Mr. Gus Brice, a highly respected p citizen of Bienville parish, died on last la Thursday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jack Brown, after a long illness. His home was at Bryce- War land, but for several months he has Lo", been with his daughter. lie was jr buried in the family burying ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

ESERT GOLD by ZANE GREY or of aRids dathe Pur lSae I, W ldfire, Etc. Illustrations by ~ - "It rwin Mtyers i6HT ' " HARPCR AND SROTHERU. SYNOPSIS WGt'E-Seeking gold in the des. ,,Cameron, solitary prospector, a partnership viith an unknown whom he later learns is Jonas War tber of a girl whom Cameron but later married, back in 1111 :ameron's explanations appease and the two proceed together. refuge from a sandstorm In a "meron discovers gold, but too men are dying. Cameron leaves In the cave, of their discovery and personal documents. 1"- I.-Rlichard Gale, adven 'Ia Casita, Mexican border town, George Thorne, lieutenant In the cavalrY, old college friend. Thorne Is he is there to save Mercedes a, Spanish girl, his affianced om Rojas, Mexican bandit. CHAPTER II Mercedes Castaneda. dark face vnnished. Dick Gale footsteps and the tinkle of le strode to the window, and time to see a Mexican swag o the front door of the saloon. were men passing In the street, several Mexicans lounging th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 November 1922

Devoted to the Best Interests of Ringgold and Suirounding Territory RIN.GG;' LD SECTION_____ I A-I AuTO-rn~r ~ lMOBILE ACCIDENT: I ~H~~fU IrH ~ L Social And Per sonal Items 0 f Much Interest Mr. Edd Gillon was a business visi tor to Shreveport Monday. Mrs. A. J. Fields of Hope, is the guest of Mr. T. W. McDowell aind family. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cook were week end guest of their parents. Misses Ethel and Hazel Thomas left Thursday for St. Iouis, where they will spend a few days before going to the home of friends, where they will spend the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. George Thomas and children accompanied her father. Rev. H. B. Vandenburg to his home in Pineville where they will spend the week. Mrs. Carroll Almond and little daughter, Carolyn B., of Doyline, are with parents and relatives here. Mrs. Bayne and Mr. and Mrs. Vascocus of Shreveport, were welcome visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Scott the past week-end. Little Ruby Poland of Hlope, visit ed Rena Poland in the ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-SEVEN . J"--c===~===---- .r _-- - --- ----- --- - ....--T-I-r- _/_,1-_.7-ITg: ; is;r~ .... -first time in Arcadia Entering business with some of our aims being to give service, quality of merchandise and to meet public demand, we have worked to that end, and are now glad to announce that we have the agency for the celebrated line of W. L. Douglas SHOES .80 This is the most popular line of shoes on the market today, for the price, and a shoe that has been worn throughout the United States for years and years, and still maintans its reputation of being the best shoe on the mark et for the money. See them on display at our store Christmas Specials Here we are offering an exclusive assortment of articles very appropriate for gifts, which have just been recently received: Neck Ties, Stetson Hats, Belt Buckles, Shoes, Bed Room Slippers, Silk.Hose, Bath Robes, Shirts, Hand Bags...

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

ARCADIA EATRE LII PAPER NOW OPEN -rW- - FOR OUR ANNOUNCE Exhibiting Only The Best In Filmdom! OF COMING CHANGE OF PROGRAMME ATTRAC DAILY! TIONS I I II flhi111i11 111111111111111 1llll lltlllllliI lllllllllllli i tlI IIIIIIIIIIIIll l lll NEWSY ITEMS M FROM BIENVILLE c Misses lone McCoy and Bor.nie Martin of Homer, spent the week-end here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. e G. McCoy. h Miss Myrtle Houck spent the week- h end in Gibsland with homefolks. Mrs. G. R. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. n Carson Summings and children of q Haynesville, were guests of relatives n last week. Miss Janie Cutrer of Hall Sum- C mit, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. M. Cummings, during the Thanks- I giving holidays. Mrs. W. A. Crawford and children were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Loe, last week-end. r Miss Mary Cole, member of the high school faculty at Hope, spent s Thanksgiving here with her parents. Mr. John Emerson was a business visitor to Monroe last Friday. Miss Willie B. Scheen spent th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

h RMUNION OP POSES MERGER Washington, Dec. 4.-Attorney Gen t Daugherty was urged in a let gent to him today by the National ers' Lnion to oppose the propos consolidation of the Armour and prris packing houses. The merger, Daugherty was told, would be con ry to the interest of the agricul I pepole. Attention was called to resolution adopted at the annual ivention of the union several weeks which condemned the proposed binaton as "a menace to agricul e...Exchaige. The Former Convict By HENRIETTA LEE rigbt, 1922, Western Newspaper Union. lowland faced Morton in the living. of the Darrows' house. It was went Morton was never to forget ng as he lived. orton," he said with a sneer, "I'm to you. I know your past--all it. It may interest you to know I've had a special agent on your for some time. You're an es-con Five years ago you were sent to penitentiary for twelve months, forging a check for two thousand ars. rIm the only person here who ws it. Take liy advice and clear of Staples, and-...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

ITHE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT! Official Journd Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, l.ouisiaha S. A. COOK,. ......................................Editor and Iroprcitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH--$2.25 A YEAR OU'I'S3IDE THBB PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION" Entered as Second Class Matter, April i , "rg at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. The "Wets" are spreading" an im mense amount of propaganda in an endeavor to get intoxicating liquor back on the market again in some sort of legalized manner. They seem to be willing to abide by the least lit tle concession obtainable. The Amer ican people should not allow them selves to be fooled into supporting any of these closely veiled wet ideas. Any measure authorizing the legal sale of intoxicating lquor is only a step ahead [ of the old open saloon methods and i its morally debasing influence. If a step is taken now in the direction of , legalized liquor sales, it won't be lon...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

Suggest- @ 'As a Christmas gift that will convey a real message of love or friendship-a bank account. How could you more materially manifest your love for those who are near and dear to you? Give them the power to purchase those things they have so long wanted; the freedom of making their own selection and the satisfaction of know ing that they have a bank account they can draw on for funds. And too, you teach them the first lesson of thrift-the very principle upon which a successful life is builded. And also the value of saving their money for those emergencies that are certain to come in any life. We will make it easy for you. Just come in and make a deposit, and same will be credited, and a bank book containing the amount of the deposit and the name of the person to whom it is to go, will be mailed together with the name of donor at any time you desire. And why our bank? Because we practice the "Golden Rule," believing that successful business is based upon justice, and that succ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

NEWS OF INTER. EST FROM HOPE C. W. Frye was a business visitor to Minden, Monday. C. T. Reeves and Mrs. Ben Young motored to Mindcn, Monday. E. E. Rchardson, F. A. ILedbetter. Loyce Scott, Lawson McKinney and Andrew McLemore attended the foot ball game at Shreveport, Thanksgiv- it ing. Mrs. A. L. Bryan and children of `` Winnfield, are spending a few days with Mrs. J. E. Scott. Misses Marie and Lettie Chambers were week-end visitors to Mansfield. , Miss Mary Cole spent Thanksgivng at her home in Bienville. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Taylor and son, Clinton, motored to Jamestown, Sat- Pe urday. W. C. Wall and Grady Jones left er for Smackover, Ark., Sunday morn ing. Quite a large crowd attended the oc declamation contest given at the school cr building Thanksgiving night. pa The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. HL Johnny Poland is ill with pneumonia. th Mrs. H. G. Davis entertained with pr a surprise birthday party Friday in pt honor of her daughter, Kyle, who «' was ten years old. Games and re- TI f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

SERT GOLD by ZANE GREY 4utho a Riders of thePurple Saga Wildfire, Etc. "- Illustrattons by Irwin Myers -% -' HARPER AND BROTHES. SYNOPSIS --Seeklng gold In the des ",, solitary prospector, *sship with an unknown later learns is Jonas War -f a girl whom Cameron later married, back in Illi n's explanations appease the two proceed together. from a sandstorm in a discovers gold, but too are dying. Cameron leaves cave, of their discovery rsofal documents. -.-Richard (ale, advcn.i , Mexican birder town, Thorne, lieutenant in the old college friend. Thorne is there to cave M .rcedec lsh girl, his afilanced jam, Mexican bandit. II.-Gale "roughhouses" gang, with the help of cowboys, arl , .e. Mercedes ape. A t(,gle callI from iThorne bhi, re !mien'. ercedes ur:l i M,< 4 pro HAPTER III Into the Desert. Istartled, Gale turned e soft wind. Presently Imagined he heard, Tow moment he was certain e the padlike steps of sand. The regular that of grazing horses. t, made cautious and lalm, Gale d...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 December 1922

Devoted to the Best Interests of SECTIORinggold and Srounding Territor I The uplof tj iO~i a L ocal Items Of lef od lhl I ii& melh Ild I I n oI Social And Per sonal Items 0 f car Much Interest edhi turne Mr. and Mrs. Van Minche w of St. who Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Batch- his a elor were honored guests at a delicious Dr. Thanksgiving dinner, given by Mr. and Dr. o Mrs. G. S. Siudy. Mr. Edd Huggins had the misfortune arm of getting his ankle broken Sunday, injur when a piece of heavy iron from the will engine fell on it. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham and Miss little Pepper of Gibsland,'and Mrs. Siudy's Smit father, Mr. Tolar of Jonesboro, were I visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. a vi: Sidtdy last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frye visited day. friends in Castor Sunday. Mr. Eben Tomme and Mr. Boyett retul 'motored to Shreveport Sunday. relat Auburn Hall of Serepta, was a busi- M ness visitor here, Saturday. are Mr. Charlie Tomme, Dr. C. C. Al- Qt lums, John Corley and Mr. Whitton fron a...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

The Bienville Democrat rME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1922 NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT erviceThat Serves! Success doesn't come to the man or insti tution who begins business with no other motive in view than to make money. There must be some other foundation for a successful business, and ours has been o render to each patron the kind of SERVICE that SERVES. s to whether or not we have accomplish our purpose is best manifested by the eady growth of our bank since opening or business. ealing impartially with our patrons, endering every courtesy possible that is onsistent with sound banking and the bsolute safe-guarding of funds entrust to us has won the goodwill and friend ip of hundreds of customers. ou'll like our service too! WHY NOT OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY? The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA -The BANK that SERVICE BUILT! Oil thrown from la machine may be the cause of aFIRE! An oil soakd floor, whether in a factory or woodshed may be all that is needed to k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 December 1922

Brownie's THEATRE One Week of Special Attractions Monday "LORNA DOONE" Thursday-"GOOD PROVIDER" Tuesday__"GIRL'S DESIRE" Friday_"GREEN TEMPTATION" Wednesday--'Heroes and Husbands' Saturday _"WILD IRISH ROSE" Comedies and short subjects to make entertain ing program every night GIBSLAND NEWS AT A GLANCE Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson honored their father, Mr. J. P. Nelson, on his birthday by having the members of the family at their home for an elab orate birthday dinner on last Friday. Work has begun on a large brick store building for Abraham Bros., which is being built on the lot north of the Masonic temple. Mr. Albert Winn was a visitor to, Shreveport Friday. Mr. Edwin Winlock is visiting rela tives in Kentucky. Misses Mamie Colon and Gussie Brown have returned from a pleasant visit to Mansfield. Mr. D. W. Dawkins, who has been assistant cashier at the First National Bank for quite a while, has accepted a position in Texas, and will move his family there soon. Tomorrow (Wednesday, 13t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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