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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 October 1919

~Qu ali nna no will nev, low 1ow ood cofee canbe un 1you try Luzianne, ý coffee The B~e Conpan I MI -d 198 ASSESSOR lor - tlo OCRAT is authorized to an- mi I, D. COLWELL te for Assessor of Blen La.. subject to the action m" sratic Primary election to I January, 1920. er :RAT is authorized to an AUDIE BRYAN u ate for the office of Tax cre of Blenville Parish, La., sub- ca: he action of the Democratic mi eleetion to be held in Jan- re. ho MOCRAT is authorized to an- re. D. T. WIUTLEY Iat idate for Assessor of Blen h, La., subject to the action ocratic Primary election to Mi January, 1020. thii RAT is authorixdi to an MER A. TOMS te for Assessor of Blenville on , subject to the a.tion of pe tic Primary election to be rei tuary, 1920. ho OCRAT is authorized to an- en 0 R. BOONE te for the office of Tax bo -i Blenvillle parish, subject to thi d theB Democratic primary be held in January, 1920. ha tei MEMBER I sa AT Is authorized to an- th J. R. KING teof0 the offid of Police [ ftom War...

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. — 16 October 1919

WANTED) to: buy Soldiers' land.' Warrants.-0. I). RICKS, 236 St., r'apoleon, Baton Rouge= La. 2t-pd SHERIFF'S SALE state of Louisiana, Parish of Blen i!, J. M. McCoy vs. Alex R. Mac. .DZMl4 No.a 4 Third Juditha' Dlettlet Court. .17UAiMda by tifue of an execution sed out of the above named Hon oeable Court and to me directed, 2 have' seized and will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder for casl with benefit of appraisement, at the principle front door of the Courtlhou at Arcadia, Bienville Parish, La. with .Li.I *l sale hours on . Saterday, November 1, 1919 the fo}luciug d 'scrllºedl property to Awtt: 41100 pounds more or less of eet" cotton in the h,,use, 1200 pol)1d13 o. ` cotton. moro or less. in the field uti picked. The above prolperly to 1;e sold its be longing to the dtefeidant and to sat lefy said writ of execution and all "This the 16th day of October, 1919 J. E. CLIIIRIE, Sheriff, . ..=.p -- -u,,m PROCEEDINGS OF REGULAR FETING OF SCHOOL BOARD Arcadlia, La., Oct. 7...

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. — 16 October 1919

YArcadia's Leading Store For Mens and Boys' Furnishings The basis on which this store has built up the reputation of being "Arcadia's Leading Men's and Boys' Store" is the fact that McConathy has the habit of backing up in merchandise, every statement tn type or by word of mouth. M The Men and boys of this community are specially invited to see our line of M Men's and Boys' Suits, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Overcoats and Raincoats now on display ýý. Mien' We call attention to our line of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Waists, Shoes, Silk Hose, Silk Petticoats, etc. The line itself explains why Mc °' 1, yConathy's has the reputatior of being Arcadia's "Leading Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Establisnment." CU~,. M1cConathy's Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 n was a recent  r t t. B. fr was with home- fo] of the week. tis of Monroe, was a metdia, the guest of th j. P. Harrell. ft yAcoek, of Ruston L. I. e with her brother, Mr. family. u, who Is employed h -optm at Alexandria a' here last week. T had...

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. — 16 October 1919

SO8UT NOW COINCED Sheriff Mangum of Atlanta, Ga., Sheriff Anderson of Houston, Texas, Sheriff Lewis of Marion, Ark., and Sheriff Kelley, of Odessa, Texas Come Out With Strong Statement. and Tell What Tanlac Has Done for Them. FOULR Leading Sherflfs of the South in widely separated States-have recent. ly given their unqualified endorsements to Tanlac. The word of men whose t records for honesty and uprightness has won and held for them the highest t county ofice in the gift of the people of their own communities, cannt be doubt-. ed, for Il there Is any officer that demands a man of unimpeachable integrity, it is the office of sheriff. "Tanlde has certainly helped me and I recommend it for the good -it has done in my case," said HIon. C. W. Mangum, ex-sheriff of Fulton County, Georgia, who resides in Atlanta andI who has been one of the most popular officials in the state, having served three term s as sheriff. "I am sevenjty years old," he continued. "and have f most always been a p...

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. — 23 October 1919

THE B1EA IIJE DEMOCRA " S 8. O - T. -O C IENn oL SARCADIAL PAIANA, THURSrDAY, OCTOBER 23rd N919 W-. B. AISON ANNOUNCES AN Cll IUFq COTTON BRINoGS 37 1.2c IN o _i 111 ],~~~~~~~~~~~oR POLICE , ,Er n ,,u I , . r}! ryrr ,c . o r .cs=7 .,,T - : : - .. . I kr th The best evidence of our excellent gri banking service is our continu. ally growing list of satis fled patrons me pal " 'We are prepared to handle more busi- a ness and should be pleased er to add your name to th :our list bet, date frie anal Scrat thel tim( men 'sale Smercial Buk Arcadia, La. D Re 9"' ----------- Itimt t acre: ýe k If you are without Sinsurance, it is ' inUthe ' e are trying here su Sto call your atten- c o ' prtant matter. Pies - 6st Coin pan'i s me Kf(IND IYOWN M A of OctA IIonths Ago n just six months since our store doors were opened to the puib t time it was definitely agreed that our buyer was not to handle ,that was "cheap", and we do not carry this class of stock inour we do carry the very highe...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 October 1919

FOR SALE! 4n oe will have TWO PIANOS-.One Lyceum f $600.00 Player Piano. $275.00 The first Sextette" gets this almost new instru- recommen ment. entire con praise. I The other Piano is not a pate mcl Player, but is worth the price fro:m thes asked. See or write, we iný ' rea(Iilg r( T. . arper Arcadia, La. the efifcle willing be On Fri RIFI1EVILLE DEMOCRAT frtta TIE ilI ViI ll l i rT pating .tJiLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Basket-ba ,c'ourts. $1,50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE the bovf Adverttil Rates on Application too. Miss I ,ýbtered as Second Class Matter, April lug the 1 "ii, 1912 at the postolleo at Arcadia, the orate je. under the Act of March 3, 1579. evciuing. ' liow he I& AL COOK......iEditor and Proprietor ha tI' " * * * * *" * *" * * * the g +º Let Bienville parish do as she * il " did during the great world war * l " -we then helped the world, now ` " let us help ourselves and our * PROCE " children. " JOS. DAWIDOFF, * * Chm'n Blenville Parish Chapter * , American Red Cross * The " "...

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. — 23 October 1919

LL McClellan's Just arrived, lot of Men's and Ladies' Shoes, and there are some nice enough for any lady, and some medium priced, and we can fit the largest as well as the smallest foot. Henderson Corsets, we have a good variety. Would like to show you the different styles. Ladies' Shirt Waists and Skirts-be sure to ask to see them. They are beautiful, and the price is right. Lots of other things in this special line. Be sure and come to see us. Thank you, call again. i. L. McCLELLAN ARCADIA : I OIL COPORATION ~. of America., State of ,:lrsih of Bienville. KNO[WN, that on this the of October, in Ich year of one thousand nine hundred before me, the undersign i Pblic, dftly dappointed, comrn Sand qualified, in and for iah, Louisiana, and in the 'the witnesses herein nami igned, perrsially canme the several persons wl hose lereto subscribed, w\ho sev red that, availing them provision of the law, of tive to corporations, n&d "Aet 267 of the general as ta (or the year 1914, ed a...

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 October 1919

to the Cinsum e e If aftUerusi the en tire contnt of can according to directions every joupe OUr Eney.oupaid for it. Luziamnne mi pleas you. WZIANNE coffee Th ReyiTay.ir Company NcwO,1eaw Anorncements n e Pro an all FOR ASSESSOR day a at the ihe DEMOCRIIA is authorized to an- Satur odnce J. D. COLWELL a:l candidate for Assessor of Bien- Mrr t1 Parish, La., subject to the action teach' htlie Democratic Primary election to day, hlseld ip Januar), .1020. are a tainir . I DEMOGRAT is authorized to an Sice i. ALUDIE BRYAN M 4 a cafdidate fol' the office of Tax Fi r ot Bleuvill, Parish. La.. sub- Mary jec, to the action of the Democratic visito ` i' rY election to be held in Jan- and: ,1920. ing. e DEMOCRAT is luthorized to an- , omnce . D. T. WIHTLEY aia- idate for Assessor of Bien- la t Parish, La., subject to the action ed he ~ie Democratic Primary election to Mi in January, 1920. ents DiOCRAT is authorized to an- Sund ce HOMER A. TOMS -i candidate for Assessor of Bienville La., subj...

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. — 23 October 1919

-. ' . .. ... . ~ ~~~~ ~~~~L, L P IIJ r i m -..C-U · ·-'-"n '" ,I . .. ," ,L , - , "'"-"--. . . . . .. . . . . . r - -.·i  [I Ire~K~ Arcadia's Leading Store For Men's and Boys' Furnishings i The basis on which this store has built up the reputation of being "Arcadia's Leading Men's and Boys' Stores is the fact that McConathy has the habit of backing up in merchandise, every statement tn type or by word of mouth, The Men and boys of this community are specially invited to see our line of Men's and Boys' Suits, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Overcoats and Raincoats now on display €.. ' , , , Min We call attention to our line of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Waists, Shoes, Silk Hose, Silk Petticoats, etc. The line itself explains why Mc 0 * Conathy's has the reputatior of being Arcadia's "Leading Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Establisnment." I I' J.bC I McConathy's 1 L·q :4mm :r : : ::telphone No 34 erdes lied Cross nurse p1tbdirt church Saturday gi free. 01 to of Shrevelrt, vlsit(d her T., J. off last week...

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 October 1919

. COUSIATTA MAN REPLIES TO L. E. THMOAS' LETTERi (Continued from front page). der that they may assert their ascen dency once more." Is not that statement as true now as when Mr. Pleasant made it? And listen again to Governor Pleas. ant on the same day: Therefore, it the people of this state desire to aid the Republican-Progressive cause, both state and national, and do not desire to support the Democratic cause, both state and national, they should vote for John M. Parker." Is not that statement as true now as when Mr. Pleasant spoko it? What Lee Emmet Said, Listen to what lion. I,. E. Thomnas chairman of the Democratic State Cen tral Committee, paid just after he had been elected by the votes of the ring: "Some of our mlsgulided friends, whly still claim to be Democrats, are saying that they feel, in supporting Mr. Par ker, they are supporting a Democrat. I want to tear the mask off his erro neous statement and let them see the truth, if they will. I ,hlrtll iot deal in ancient hi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 October 1919

IENvrIL E DEMOCRAT ARCADIA. BIENViLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30th 1919 No. 31 .*,*-.- -, - . . . . .- .. ... . .. .: .. -. - , _ . . - _ - , - . .... ' . .. . ., ,. . . ..== .= .=- ,,,-,.., , . I I 1 . thing of Interest ou- Officers and Directors of this Bank recognize the fact that the interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. When the resources of the lifrn Patrons and Depositors of the ier Bank increases, the volume of our business increases. It is therefore wise and prudent for us to assist you to increase your money and property. To this end the most cordial relations between the Officers of this Bank and its Deposi tors are encouraged. aercial Bank . Arcadia, La. If:you are without Sinsurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im portent matter. Best Companies Represented. iG y aiSURAiCE OF EVERY E~1CDWNOWN TO NAN" .LA Months Ago just six months since our store doors were opened to t...

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. — 30 October 1919

FOR SALE! TWO PIANOS-One le $600.00 Player Piano. $275.00 a( gets this almost new instru ment. The other Piano is not a ti Player, but is worth the price e4 asked. See or write. T.N.Harper Arcadia, La. TIE DIENVILLE DEMOCRAT 5 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE a Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April I1, 1912 at the postoflice at Arcadia, fA., under the Act of March 3, 1879. r 8g A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor A WORD OF GRATITUDE FROM W. J. MURPHY Inasmuch as I am the only one who qualified to be a candlidate for the ;Democratic nomination to the ofice of Clerk of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, Bienville parish, at the primary election to be held on Jan . nary 20, 1920, and which is equivalent ;to the nomination, I desire to thank Ay frienids for their loyal support. : As you know this will be the second I time I have offered myself for this of h ce Wthout opposition and this fact ills a e with gratitude and m...

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. — 30 October 1919

LARINE ad ard for Lubrication. here Low Scores Win an motoring, the lowest score for fuel and 'pairs indicates .highest efficiency-as in the fewest strokes for the course. iit's wihy experienced motorists use pnocola Polarine for Motor Lubrication. la Polarine guards engines with a ess oil cushion that prevents ruin `:ear. Keeps compressiop tight and tes power leaks- givesextramniles iech gallon of gasoline. Deposits un carbon. Cuts down upkeep t y v Pa olarine correctly lubricates o, f automobile engines. The of the most modern and best refinery in the South.. For t yi leding dealers, and wherever te the Stanocola sign. INDARD OIL CO. OF LA. / ri SIn no th pei . tal .., i:gfig:~.~ "r4 " "  v . - --%_..· " · · 1-Lh fi t,'. oaLU uiqunui. * Waoij# r 6Iaatai attk -lit the Bien. legal ,to. acres of ý141 of ec. tow the aUdsub. tober, A. D.. DI ACK, tuator. S.for the kmocrat L LEE, and litS. %. ". LEE SE "HOBO" N9WI .EN JOY UF3 S " Gentlemenal l I ea effrd mre thin twenty f or year...

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. — 30 October 1919

FOR ASSESSOR The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an- day, nounce J. D. COLWELL civil as a candidate for Assessor of Bien-set -ille Parish, La., subject to the action the cf the Democratic Primary election to the be held in January, 1920. E __ _ _ __ _ _ -Jur; The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an fav DoUDce J. ALUDIE BRYAN this Sa candidate for tie office of Tax AwSu or of Bienville Parish, La., sub-tail jet to the action of the Democratic cal rimar election to be held in Jan- T1I U,W _ dip Te DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nouanc D. T. WHITLEY as a candidate for Assessor of Bienl col ville Parish, La., subject to the action of l of the Democratic Primary election to ae be held in January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT is authoriedl to an ounce HOMER A. TOMS as a candidate for Assessor of Bienvlle lab garishr, La, subject to the action of of the Democratic Primary election to be r held in January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an- t noune 0. . BOONE n as a candidate for the office of Taxied Amembor...

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. — 30 October 1919

You can always be certain of value received if you buy here Boys' Suits and Overcoats for Winter Days 4 We have crowded every bit of value into these Boys' Togs for winter. First we chose strong wear-resisting fabrics. Then we had them tailored by the best manufacturers into garments that will hold their shape under most all conditions. Last, but least we marked them at prices that mean real economy to every parent CaCaps Hosiery and Underwear Shirts Two things you may have found it hard to get in reliable Good enough for dress quality, Our stock will solve your problem. Patterns and colors that Good enough for dress the boys like. And in wear-yet made to with- the better grades all col stand the roughest play. 1 aCe l1 ors are st. wrs ~A • _ ; - ',h " " " : so " " " Telephone No 31 e and Mary Mosaly - in Ruston. di C rewe visited Shreve- x glip Key, one of our spent the week-end h nuat Mt. Lebanon. it Foiter and Mary Alice d visitors to Shreveport aniel and baby, Swere guest of eva...

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. — 30 October 1919

o . J no. I' I r erI Candidate for Governor Hon. Hewitt Bouanchaud Speaker of the House of Representatives and Candidate for Lieut. Governor and Senator E. N. Stafford of New Orleans Will Address the voters of this parish at Ringgold, Tues. night, Nov. 4, 8 p. m. * Wednesday, November Sth Castor, 10 a. m. Bienville, 3 p. m. Arcadia, 8 p. m. Hear tlhem and be convinced that the independent manlood of Ithis state must be freed from Ewingism and Behrmanism. "v . v . . ..  '  ,,_ ._.. .. '.....-- " ' .. .. , ,XUGEONS agre that in cases of i ata, Burns, Bruise and Wounds, the! *:IRST TREATMENT Is most import ant. *hen an EFFICIFINT antiseptic its applied projpptly, thern' is no danger of Idnfction and the wc and beginhs to keal at once. For usei on man of +Seast," BOROZONE is the IDEAL : TISIaEPTIC\and HEp LIViG AGENT. -Cas I We have a good supply of Fine MULES AND MARES. Can be seen at our sales barn.- See us I before you buy elsewhere. Cddo Arms & rCyde Co. Inc. y sr me...

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. — 6 November 1919

TE ..BIE NVILLE DEMOCRAT SARCADIAý IENVILLE PARISH, LOUI "NA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6th 1919 ; r. vI'. !':' " ARCADIA; BIeNvLLE PARIH, LOUIBLANA, TUIDAY. OVME 6th 1919 ====" - .  ~r· I,, ething of Interest You Officers and Directors of this SBank recognize the fact that the interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. When the resources of the Patrons arid Depositors of the endebr Bank increases, the volume of our business increases.: It is therefore wise'andt prudent. for us to assist.you to increase t your money' and property. To this end, themost cordial . relations between the Officers ". '. ' of this Bank and its Deposi tors are encouraged. -. . 1 •ý q BýK 11 niercial Bank - Arcadia, La. . . . ." , .. "' If you are without , insurance, it s. Is either carlessness, 1 neglect or oversight. We are trying here ra to call your attend tion to a most im Represented,. -KINI KNOWN TO NAN" ont Ago j .t:ix months since our store doors were opened to the pub, Etwe it ias deflitel :a...

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. — 6 November 1919

TIE DIENVILLEDEOI Mr. Pi P ]BUSH EVEEY THURSDAY it is the pa YE At R IN ADVANC _ hima ism, d Rates on Application White these too= as Second Class Matter, April Parke 21, 1912 at the postom ce at Arcadia, I I. ruder the Act of March 3, 1870. ocial A.L cOOE,""..""Fd1br and proprietor er. crate lHon. John M. Parker, candidate for they Governor and lion. Hewitt Bounchaud, Dee eandidate for Lieutenant Governor, can( 4wh ise the runninig mate of Mr. Park- so. oer for the two highest offices in the Tb tilte closed their campaign i' Bien. Colot iIl parish with speeches at the been "ourthouse here last night. everl Mr. E. M. Stafford, residcrent oen otd oral of the Senate was also p o spoke in behalf of the candidacy of hiss Mr. Parker, or rather from what we tfeatf could gather from leis speech, spoke of B against the lottery and the admints- of ! tration in New Orleans in the present rise ;form of city government of that city. over Mr. Stafford, as we understand, is an 20tht honorable and...

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. — 6 November 1919

.-- lit . _ _ _ .'W R H H E p1 - ," . . . . .r i . . BAPIST 75 MILLION CAM1AIGN pave the way fo the establishmeure foundatn, and the only foundatioe, an for adequate justiced a full ed also by the gospel of healing, truaining and gereral benevolence. ,,.n-ip.. o .: . t . RY WEEK, NOVEMBER 30-DECEMBER 7 and womep boys and rs, should gt ready to do their fll d then by elstng with the local ..that has been fferd. . Thispac'C hontributedbY -I~ 'r DnCRAT o A dia, Louisiana :;.:---' ::." - " ' RY-- LION ;FOR r. ., ,_:.'. "St UluggoIG 117 inter. Out some $OtprtI~ng, tfa leftifi sdk &$wa' b"U tereeting ster7'ot the idcidents and dee epesiOk B denIa thaw 1$ years of steay wear , yt having malssed 18 dajwii'rbj this due to an att tack of W8ine00,. Mr rGtduW states that be has cot. ered 4087 amles and pssessed one ho ,that pt t2A00 mlles, or a 4lstc. e pw i $l4ssen the pal ~andbsthat ti brserbe Is now has s no 1 DI'nI be. let baLs agdsu bowe outgornr and 1~OIsb )w. sIreS hate passed ...

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. — 6 November 1919

NOTICE! Due to a shortage of Instruments this year, those contemplating purchasing a NEW EDISON Phonograph Christmas are ad vised to place their order in advance to in sure delivery. To delay may mean disap pointment. Following are some, of the nnces:. es: Oicial Laboratory Model (Chippendale Design) $288.00 Official Laboratory Model (William and Mary) a $285.00 Sheraton (Sans Inlay) $198.00 Heppelwhite $155.00 Modeme $120.00 Chalet $95.00 Orders will be taken for higher priced Instruments. TERRY N. HARPER Dealerfor this Territory at MODERN PHARMACY, Inc. Phone 102 Arcadia, La. MICKIE SAYS ` d ,.ý"LL*ib' o9APRt'$ OIt N Wt 001 a T ON 'tM1 eAUI AM t1n iCOP f p WAs sw sa- No0oo00 3UNs a IS't MA A NOLLR,sUrf WatLM. MOPbL, CAMI AIFUI PiIK kP$A ti N IM'N A PIURIAO1, fiti o l SoL $' VAM ,reO .000 Nt $ O 'SGE aea thA t tn es whof etit thA'eW Sul$ wand uNd ao AO 40T00 SMI tN St'I~ O e Gi pºls pro , u1 ere is o r itsN' e1i tMb4 PHwONdeg tU O A:A oMat '1C t useI ?n &an , sts, D IfuROnr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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