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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 September 1919

it ý " ý " " NE DEMOCRA ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 1919 No.26 The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fled patrons We are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be pleased / to add our name to our list mercial Bank Arcadia, La. IS NO ARGUMI AGAINST IT If you are without i i usurance, it is - :Ather carlesshess, neglect or oversight. ,,We are trying here - call your atten 'tion to a most im SI portant matter. Best Companies Represited. "INSURANCE OF EVERY GNT D IlNOWN TO MAN" see w * * w w .. . . . v ... iva~swat 1il to ool Da Are Here! t1 be surprised how reasonable you can get your children ready for fitting them up at our store. Ready-made or piece goods. Ing every day for our full line of Shoes tb arrive. Just received t line of hats for men and boys---prices 15c to $15.00, b C rest Flour ,lowa White Clipped Oats, Hay, Chops, Mixed Feed, Shorts and Bran hing You Want in Qalit Merchandis...

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. — 25 September 1919

TIE IENVILLE DEOCRA o PUBLISHED EyVEPY THURSDAY I, eC $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE to Advertising Bates on Application is Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoflice at Arcadia, C La,, under the Act of March , 1879. F a81 . A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor is ol * Help the DEMOCRAT to be. * * come a better paper. Write us * * the news, tell us in person the * it s news, send us the news by a * * friend, telephone us the news. * Cooperation is the watchword * these days and quick action is * * tl* generaily accepted poliey of * * the American public. Government By Boards ? During the adtlinis:tratitnI of fe 'v trnors Nicholls and Foster (onsiderabilº pr:.gress was made towards abolishlu; f the appointive jpower of the governor,. i anl vesting the right o:f electing Ih various officers in the lpeplh'. IPolice Juriors, schl),ol hourd me n P hers, assessors alnd many other official: formerly app'ointive, were made cle. tire. And while these (llicials are elec tive u...

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. — 25 September 1919

Mr. Edison Spent three million dollars to produce the Official Laboratory Model Phonograph. This instrument you can now buy for only $285.00. WILLIAM and MARY (Official Laboratorp Model) Is now on exhibition at the Modern Pharmacy, Arcadia - The famous Pulman Palace Car factories are now devoting their entire woodworking capacity to the manufacture of Edison Phonograph cabinets. The Pullman Company is probably the World's most celebrated worker in fine woods. A Lot of New Records Just Arrived TERRY N. HARPER, Dealer e NEW EDISON "The Phonograph With a Soul" "The crownig achievement of his life' I aNO The WNEW EDISON has a permanent Diamoni Point Requiring no _________________________________ Ordinance ~i Ordinance Providing for a Lery of T.paxes on all Property Within the Corporate Limits of the Town of Areadia,'louiiana, to Defray the Ex pnJo'es of the Tosr" of Arcadia, SLouslana, for the Ensuing Fiscal Tear, 1919. See. 1. Be It Ordiinued by the May or and Board of Aldermen, of t...

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. — 25 September 1919

w~ 9~~---~-~-- ~- ~ i7i Jeputaton Luzianne is roasted in New Orleans by The Reily-T~ylor Company known througout the Southland as makers of good coffee:' For l6years The Rely-T lorCompanyh as ga anteed every pouna or fI XII coffee GUARANTEE If, alfter usiaga tire con tencs of the cn aceordinu to dlrecteur, you are not w "fulsed In everl respect, 7oh1 smear wfil .XC ". ,...tre the money you plaid for irt. STANOCOLA POLARINE The Stand'rd for Lubrication Where Low Scores Win In motoring, the lowest score for fuel and repairs indicates highest efficiency-as in golf the fewest strokes fdr the course. That's why experienced motorists use Stanocola Polarine for MotorLubrication. Stanocola Polarine guards engines with a frictionless oil cushion that prevents ruin ous wear. Keeps compression tight and eliminates power leaks-gives extra miles from each gallon of gasoline. Deposits minimum carbon. Cuts down upkeep costs. Stanocola Polarine correctly lubricates all types of automobile engines. ...

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. — 25 September 1919

The Sical M an's : Hati ufind it hard to get ,, n hats, it may be it . you have no (of judging the un- A Sheadwear offered it 'swhy we find so .people turning to r, . They are cer vance of assured and metropolitan :over our new Fall W s..We have a ection of both Der SSoft Hats. of our well customers select Derby and S6oft excellent' corn n for all occasion. Stetson Quality , in every Stetson AllTHr'S e i, .M feli of Bienville, 1iggilas Vs. E. F. Shutes, Third Judicial Distric by virtue of a writ of oat of the above nam (igt, iand to me direct 1 ll offer for sale I 'bidder for cash of Acadia, Blenvillc i within legal sale ,991. 27th, 1191 i h5be property, to m SIL 1·4, Sec. 5, Tp. torty of the defend -te:bd to satisfy sal" dall cost. of August, 1919. 4tlBRIE, -Sheriff. fltUSMINATION or teachers' certifi Win Arcadia In ac. thilowing notice. : I beg to noti arranged to con tion throughout .Z , , and 4. Only will be prepared between seventy. will be issued an "vade certificate .t betw...

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. — 25 September 1919

5,000 Helpless Orphans in South Are Asking the Privileges of a Home Baptists Are Providing For That Many at Present in Fifteen Institutions But as Many More Are Wafting For Admission--The 75 Million Campaign Plans to Meet That Need. •i6 _,. ,.·· i-e m·· /ý.. .4,.ý..:>..I.. .... .''°: J i f / ;ý , ' .y ..'iý , . , . %f .,,.:: v~. . .~p "l!> .4? .`:; y F .;ý .: . ..... '':I' ' : '< ..L . <i:!"!!i e Y J.•w 4yJ .:.i~ii : : ,:''Y ý.. / .y .. . .'"1:::i t4,'· *..·. ,..~... A, I ::.'. i' . - : " ..:'.!'. 4. : 777'! ti ~ ·". . · 4S 3 ,...E 1 *.· A Group of Boays and Girls in the Tennessee Baptist Orphans Home near Nashville who are beln cared for and trained for useful lives. Does your heart go out to the wort hy boy and girl bereft by the Grim Reaper of father and mothar, and left alone in the world without the fostering care of those to whom .they are naturally most dear in the world? Then you will understand why Southern Baptists have established orphanages in fifteen st...

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. — 2 October 1919

NVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY OCTOBEAh 1919 No 27 TS O th 1919 tEutitette The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fied patrons We are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be pleased to add your name to our list mnercial Bank Arcadia, La. I NOIRCUMENT AAINSTIT If you are without 0 insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im - portant ipFtter. Best Companies lepresenited. KIND KNOWN TO NAN" * ool Days Are Here! surprised how reasonable you can get your children ready for' ý#tting them up at our store. Ready-made or piece goods. ng every day for our full line of Shoes to arrive. Just received line of hats for men and boys---prices 15c to $15.00. rest.Flour, Iow White Cu ed Oats, Hay, Chops, M'ixed Feed, Shorts and Bran thing You Want in Quality Merchandise OUR CUSTOINES nRST I FLEASED Luaber & Stave Co. Inc. Salle, Louii...

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

$1.PM A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Applieation Entered as Second Class Matter, April S11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, t, under the Act of March 3, 1879. E. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor A PRAYER "Almighty (God, lead us by Thy grae~ and wisdom unto the duties of thi day. With the far-sveig vision of men who have come to their duly from the place of (sod and who are perform ing their tasks under the Influence andl in!piration of Thy Ieldy Spirit. may we today do that whleh is well pleasing in Thy sNight, and add slouthing to the total of the uplift of mankind and the advaniement of the interes's of all the peo'ple of this country. For Clirist's sake. Amen." This prayer was offered by Chaplain. Rev. Forrest JT. l'rttyman. 1). D., at the opening of the Senate on Thursday one week ago today. There seems to be some misulider standing as to the time for the ele'c tion of parish and district officers The election for Sherilff, C'lerk alm' Assessor will be held In...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 October 1919

SUNDAY MORNING BLAZE IN BUSINESS SECTION At about 9:00 o'lock Sunday morn. isml B. E. Lowery's store caught on lire,, presumably from a elgarette stub thrown oil the floor, and had it not hcen for the dlscovery of the blaze by two boys who happened to be Passin, tlho entire building would ha e been a mass of flames In a few moments iliorte. As It was. the alarm ,aq glve f' .ljit in time, and the blazte oxtingub.the, with a los) of only about .$35AO. or $40.00 damage being done to the con tents of the store. bad the fire gained sufficient head way to fitch the walls of the build. hig, donbtlew* the entire block would hae sWfered. Ordutartce An Ordinance Providing for a Levy of Taxes on all Property Withlu the Corporate Loimits of the Town of Arcadia, Liouislana, to Defray the Ex petses of the Tots c of Arcadia, Louisiana, for the Ensuing Fiscal Year, 1919. See. 1. $e It Ordained by the May. or and Board of Aldermen, of the Town of Arcadia, Louislaala, in regu lar session convened, th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 October 1919

Saranteed re Read the uzanne rante Stu it it ise broad S.R .. y 'avntee ever _. ou. A.,O usethe i Th coffee Cma , eReil-Tor cpany NOW IS THE TIME TO RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION Many People Report ig Gains In Weight THOUSANDS OF THIN, FRAIL'O MI PLE RESTORED TO HEALTH BY TANIA(KI IITE gmgjABLE EXlERIINCES TOLD pq all 3anks Life Tell What WAS Celeraed Medicine Has Done TO for Them One of the most noteworthy ea- "I ha' tunes in connection with Tanlac and tie of '1 the 'one that stands out more prom. ty-seven Inently than any other, perhaps, is the markabl very large number of well-known men Charles and women from all parts of the South Hunts ý " who have recently reported astonish- "Wihe $ag and rapid increases in weight as medicill a result of its use. weigher When so many well-known people of now I inquestlonablC integrity make state- felt bet enm t after statement, each corroborat- suffere( Jug the other, the truth of such state. trouble iante can no longer be doubted. side an STouands ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 October 1919

Bettr ausiness Than hts aon feEver The reason for this&is that 'we carry the very highest grade of Men's and Women's outfitting offered here, and our oustomers know the styles are correct. We also carry a complete line of popular priced Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses.  iMen's and Boys' Suits arriving daily., See our line of Stetson SHats for men lMflc"lConathy's 'U: .L:: - - - - - - - - - E. Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 Ikaker spent Sunlaly ii the guest of relatives. le Ferguson left. Saturday ;8. L', at Baton RItouge. M. Atkins of Rus;ton, wasi fitor on Tuesdaiy. ,and Binola Talbot left resume their studies at "I01 itol wa ln town on . 1*tof his mother, Mrs kt ivns eljoyEed a visit tiliwe ek from her sister, from near Simsboro. is. A. I. ('rowson had au `Mrs, Tzma and daugh le, Texas. 0T.--Two nice un for rent, Apply to da La. STayloir, candidate for ilet Attorney, was a i Homer this week. Satt ded, the mar sltr, Miss Besle cerer $i'ln, at Heflin on the die...

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. — 2 October 1919

!! !i ; : " L: . . . . . ., jOFfWlOLE WORLD rTHI to AIM OF SOUTHERN BAP, TiSTi IN THEIR PRESENT DRIVE FOR $75,000,000. ENLARGE PRESENT WORK Fores In Field Today Are Far From Ovffioient To Meet Needs of 81tun. tion, Leaders Declare--Europe Inoluded On Program. I NOW that the larger liberties enjoyed *peoples everywhere, following the close of tltn world war, have revealed as never before the need and the op. portunity for the spread of the gospel to all the ends of the earth, the Bap. tiMt of the South have launched their program for $75,000,000 to be raised It cub end five-year subscriptions be. tween now and December 7th, in the slope of making a worthy beginning toward supplying this world need. Of the total sum sought in this corn paign, the actual drive for the funds A *, DR. J. F. LOVE, Of Richmond, Va., OScretary of For. sIgn Missions for the Southern Sap. tist Convention. to be made during Victory Week, No. vember 30-December 7, $43,000,000 will be devoted to missions, and ...

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. — 9 October 1919

pI·~wlr A s A /1/ 1 I .. .. . ... ... .y! • . .. - 'Y .. - .. .ý ,,. - ~ r` . ' fr • ~r-. ... r rA , ..  .... ,r -. . ,  '-, ,. . ... . . ` . . , . ý " i y ' ', s' .··· .:·. • ~ P · ai /~~ '' ,-· L"x _____ . "_._____ ' N., "map9 ARCI ENVILLE LOISA, THURSDAY OCTOBER 9th 1919 -. .m , -- --- - n ,. PA O .... -· • - - - l, l  ,, ., ,s., , ,. " " ;N . -4" 'The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fied patrons e are prepared to handle more busht ness and should be pleased to add your name to our list mercial Bank Arcadia, La. If you are without * insurance, it is either cýa ess, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten ' tion to a most SBest Companies kepresented. "JNSURAKCE OF EVERY KIND KNOW NTO HAN" . M+++X!X+*,M[M: 4X* A D Are Here! be surprised how reasonable you can get your children ready for tting them up at our store. Ready-made or piece goods. g every day for our full line of Shoes to arr...

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 October 1919

IT FURNISHED TO THE EXAMINER OF STfaE BANKS BY THE j ank of Bien ille BIENVILLE, LOUISIANA a ----- ---"" n ý" ~ b RESOURCES bT .S . :.$.. .... .... ...$ 760.35 Demand loans ............................... ....... ' 3, Loans secred, by mortgage ........ .---.--.... ... ........ Other loans and discoutt$ ................ ....... -- . 12 ,60.00 Unlted States- bonds ......_ '".................. y. ',00.00 Banking house, furnlture n xtu e..... ................. . ................... . 41,.2 Cash items .......... ,:I.. ..... . . ...... ...... ........-. 125'29 ."I0 . Due from banks and 1n}ers (ot11erdii. abve7 . $13,,2-.0 Checks on other ank ..... ............... ......................... 0 16,18 .7' Silver, nicel and copper coin ....................... .... 1,77 National bank notes and all issues U. 8. Government (except Gold cert.).................... ....11 .00 1,7.21 TTA................... ........... . .........$157,489.40 LIAJ0LITIES Oapital stock paid In ........... .. ..............

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 October 1919

'SALE ('apers, Deceas Docket, Blenrilli of a commis Administrator in aumbered matter, Jldl, ' nid S and at die prin j uhiI lana, a, .119 * property, to Old SurveY of the D TO THE 1EXAMINERi OF STATE BANKS t BY TIH is TOR STATE BANK . OF CA.STOR, LOUISIANA g CLOSE OF BUSINESS,- SEPT. 23, 1919 RESOURCES ................ ......................... ............. $12,776.79 , .......... . 5,,817.81 ..o.. .. .. ' .................... ... . ................ ...... ,l . ..an . . ....... 2..267 r So............................ . ................ r ks.. .................................. .... .... ..... . ....... 1,100 . '60 ý I, bacuriti('s. Otl. -...... 9 1.5 0 u nitur i tur s .............. .. ................. 7.47 .2... . p n s.......... . ........................... . . 6 7 9 .' * anks.... 22.'s ..... . . . ..... er....................................$ 8.-2.L00 opper n......... ............................................$ 149.25 and nil issue U1. 8. t Except Gold ('ert.) .......... .4,4...

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. — 9 October 1919

.Every poundof Luz, ianne Coffee . comes to you in an air-tight tin can. The original goodness of the coffee isaL there-.gsealdin! Luzianne retains its IARANTER . Ilf, after using entire on. tehts of the cman according to directens, you are not stisfed In every respect, your grocer will reund the money you paid for It. WZIANNB coffee The Reily-Taylor Company'' -16 .4ew Otuan I *.a WS SUCCESSION NOTICE Succe&sion of Gee. V. I'yIle, Dectoaneed. No. 7$ll, mrIn*d Judicial DIbtrict Court, Parish of Ble'ivlle, State of Louisiana. Notice fI hereby gieci that John P Pyles has this day fledi appdlication to be appointed adminibstrator in ,blW , :" makes a whale ,of a cigarette! N ' OU get your when you lay your smokecards on the table, Andoy d ba ,, afor a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a . ,hai/,ou *tf ma'n' cigarette You'll want to hire a statisticas bureau to keep count can-alaX, pumoc of your smokestuntel Why, you never dreamed of the sport thant lies ctp....

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. — 9 October 1919

New Arrivals At McConathy's For Oil Men . Mens' Suits K Witch Elk work Boots for men, We are receiving new Suits in Tuff Nut Gloves, Mole Skin, Young Mens' Style with waist Khaki and Corduroy Suits, for seam, belts and double breasted. Khaki and Corduroy Suits, for Prices for all Woolen Suits, " out-door work. $25.00 and up. New Arrival LADIES' REAEY-TO.WEAR of Stetsons Ripple Sweaters in all colors--a complete lihe. Prices range from $9.50 to $11.50. , ~ ~ Red Cross Shoes in Field Mouse, Reindeer, M c ons Ladies',Misses' and Chilrden's Coats and Drown Kid, and Patent Leather. At CO fl y Dresses---Ranging in price from $4.50 to popular prices. $75.00 ,mm..mo D. ). Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : : .Telph 4 No.4 larper eo Iuston, was the guest daught r, Mrs, Ben Ferguson, day. ren Schb ej and daughter, Mary 're goesI on Saturday of Dr. Watson 'ompanliel his laugh revepo t on ,Monday, where receite/medlcal treatment. SFO RENT.-Two nice un roo for rent. Apply to r, Ar dia, La. Mrs. I. L. R...

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. — 9 October 1919

, , . George I, Madd en On Tuesday, September 2. 1919. George R. Madden, after an illness of many months, departed this life. Ile was laid to rest on Wednesday, in the Madden cemetery, near his home, Rev. Bolcomb of Mansfield, performing the last sad rites.. Uncle George was a resident of this parish, living near Hope. lie was bron on February 25, 1852; making him at the time of his death, o7 years., C months, and 15 days of age. As far back as I can remember he was a member of Holly Springs church Ie'al his home. The church was later umov td to Lawhlon, at which place his mem bership was at the time of his death His most consecrated life assumed for him great resln)ihillitels. As a deacon in the church le fultilled all reluirements. hOn that memorable day when he was placed so tenderly away, sadnest fell upon many hearts and eyes were filled with tears for the reinemberauice of his patient snfering, aid( acts (of kindness. lie is survived by a devot ed wife, three sisters, one brot...

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. — 16 October 1919

.E BIENvILLE DEMOCRAT `ARCADA, BIEnILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16th 1919 No. 29 '' -I .. The best evidence of our excellent banking service is our continu ally growing list of satis fied patrons We are prepared to handle more busi ness and should be pleased to add your name to our list amiercial Bank Arcadia, La. 1$N ARGUMENT AGAINST I { If you are without US insurance, it is lr' either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im Sportant matter. Best Companies Represented. SAG!'V "INSURANCE OF EVERY --IND KNAW21 TO IAr J <0M1onths Ago jn Just six months since our store doors were opened to the pub S.ttlme it Wasfinitely agreed that our buyer was not to handle e that was "cheap, and wedo not carry this class of stock inour t. we do carry the :ery hig gradc fe crchandise at the lowest ,and the Increase in our 6t justifies us in believing we rIht idea in Merchandising. wI CI cREST FLOuR-- east pr ltee , $$ heO bet. . IO...

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. — 16 October 1919

TIE IEVILLE DEIOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY tl $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE v Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April p 11, 1912 at the poetofice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. rý L. A. COOL......Editor and lroprletor i th order that the readers of the tDeoerat may be advised upon some ed the points in ('ol. Stubhs' platform, I we produce from' the Times-Picaysne tome of the "high lights" on ('ol. 1 Stubbs' speech at the Athenaeum, Tues day night, Oct. 7th. T In attendance this meeting eclipsed ti any political meitling held In the a htat tn years, there being over ten r" thousand present seordling to a con- s strvative estimate. The crowd was~ so p large that the Athenaeum, and the hail t! on the first floor were crowded and d there was a crowd on the sidewalk and in the' street in front of the hluilding n equal to that within. These were en- a tertained by impromptu speakers. e He attacked Governor Pleasant's t axe-swinging methods, in...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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