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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 November 1919

You can always be certain of value received if you buy here Boys' Suits and Overcoats for Winter Days We have crowded every bit of value into these Boys' Togs for winter. First we chose strong that 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 Caps Hosiery and Underwear Shirts Two things you may have found it hard to get in reliable 0od enough for dreSS quality, Our stock will solve your problem. Patterns and colors that Good enough Por dressa c oMy the boys like. And in Swear ..yet made to with- the better grades all col stand the roughest play. ors are fast. : ,.)' ..- -  -llmllUaH n mnI lll PIl I llllllt|, t 1:: 2 2 : : : : 1hkuiN.4 I I I RjI$mpey at the Bap bday night. Smart spent Sunday lBker spent last week with her sister. imturued several days ago to her daughter in Horn _aglaon visited her par 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. — 6 November 1919

DDIENVILLE DEIEOCRAT coat woo FEBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY othe the $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE the this Advertislng Rates on Application su coO Entered as Second Class Matter, April coo 11, 1912 a,t the postofe at Arcadiathe 16., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ie ant 8. A. COOK,.....Editor and Proprietor ian Silik PARKER AND DEMOCRACY olf bel ~ditor Shreveport Times: a I have been reading of late the Yrv rea rjous expresalons,of opinion anent the ni gubernatorial camlulign in l,ouisiana. andt wonderedl if . life-lbig i)cmnenl tOr would be pemitted to expos his views ,,f onil the political situation. tes Every four years the D)emocrats of y north Loulilana have been deluged ,u with a review of the lnfamies of the red "notorious New Orleans ring." We are treated to this as regular as the te time comes to elect a governor. It has been ar used every time to array the country lz against the city and to secure votes. cc It has been my observation that the is New Orleans leaders have always st5)...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 November 1919

ES BAPT UNDINGu bIIe Were SANAT BilletPOSE [g Bilollers ii PAlIN $i DESCRIBED $164,000,000 Was hi $110,000,000,000 «, * tatea [1pecal,)--Th~rough au Sof the work of the cws in the war by .,. Irison, on be seheii, the organlin ( Its annual enroll during the Third Call, Noverber 2 to 0e accounting of the it by the Amer -p our fighting men bI statement is, in . of the American prepared to make a to the American contributed and ex .sa the work done by led Cross during the I Adm the war council was tuborcu s'tairs The war Do Y 'tad May 10, 1010, .eistence February more p * any oth ce of the war That lete publicity to als her lnmces, but it is only for the of the war period than it be presented. It is globe the war council that n a siarized form shoul d" 57 78 to the public which the Soy and pre the et- ease? ihe American Red That tet the American 1led 275,00 t4ad inances since the the gr 11fUqulehed its control theg * the public through That 'm mlttee, and it is i ea c that the fact that...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 November 1919

FOR ASSESSOR The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an. nounce J. I. COLWELL as a candidate for Assessor of Blen vlUe Parish, La., subject to the action df the Democratic Primary election to be held In January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nounoce J. ALDIE BRYAN u a candidate for the office of Tax M6seeor of Blenville Parish, La., sub j~et to the action of thle Democratic oPrimary eection to be held in Jan The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nounce D. T. WHITLEY as a candidate for Assessor of Bien villa Parish, La.. subject to the action of the Democratic Primary election to be held'in January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nounce HOMER A. TOMS as a candidate for Assessor of Bienville parish, La., subject to the action of the Democratic Primary election to be held in January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nounce G. B. BOONE as a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor of Blenville pariah, subject to the action of the Dr'inoeratic primary election, to be held in Janu...

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. — 13 November 1919

r- 7 7 THE BIENVILL DEMOCRAT 8. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13th 1919 5 me - omething of Interest 0 You Officers and Directors of this Bank recognize the fact that the interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. Ay harvice When the resources of the Patrons and Depositors of the we can render Bank increases, the volume a always of our business increases. It  d atlly 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. :ommercial Bank Arcadia, La. " . . . F r , , , , . , , .x . . . . . ,,  ,, IS NO ARCUM AGINST IT I SIf you, are without n. '" i " insurance, it is : ! . either carlessness, neglect or oversight. : We are trying here [ to.call your atten- 4 Stion to a most im , portant matter. Best Companies I II .R&Represented. DAUl A!I, i  r,5RhCE OF EVERY KIIND KNOWN TO MAN" SMonths Ago Jtst six mo...

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. — 13 November 1919

f oNEW EDIS ON ,The pL,~g sf ' ,D Due to a shortage of Instruments this year, those contemplating purchasing a NEW EDISON Phonograph Christmas are ad vised t9place their order in advance to min sure de ivery. To delay may mean disap pointm"nt. Following are some of the prices: .Official Laboratory Model (Chippendale Design) $288.00 Official Laboratory Model (William and Mary) Sheraton (Sans Inlay) $198.00 Heppelwhite $168.00 Moderne $120.00 Chalet $95.00 Orders will be taken for higher priced Instruments. TERRY N. HARPER Dealer for this Territory at MODERN PHARMACY, Inc. Phone 102 Arcadia, La. DEOIENRIL E DEMOCRAT iiJBSHED EVE.Y THURSDAY ,I $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ! . fi Advertisg Rates on Application. !c batered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postottle at Arcadia, " i, under the Act of March 3, 1870. 5 A. COOI,........Editor and Proprietor ,0 - .+ . . * * * * * * S * New Subseription Price * * Until Nov. 1-t, the DEMO * CBAT maintained the same ub. * * sc4lptiou rat...

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. — 13 November 1919

DtNOCRVAT the l ~ THUSDAYday, py THRSDAYmeat y IN ADVANCE that certi: on Application par 5 live Be Class Matter, April Ben tI ,tstoffice at Arcadia, that t of March 3, 1879. joint clarn or and Proprietor the * OF REGULAR folo *OF POLICE JURY 1d..La., N' ; .'i, 1119. N dur of BieliviliC Parish. Al . e.airoini, oln this date owing memnbers present : A J, ('oorle, T. J.ln .D, Smith. ru CI b olon, W. V. G;offpa LOf the last meeting were ee Io 5adopted as read. Sei for reports on roads and yea sfollows: to W, D. Goff, absent. hid, L. CololI, ablsent. 3r MI. 1\Virie, reported d ghape and bridges in fair- pull MIr. Whie asked per- wC bald a bridge across Six too on motion duly seconded, Bic iR~ granted permission to for ge. con i. Corley, reported ier i shape alnd bridges In dat shape, Mr. Corley asked 1 Suild two bridges. one the ta Bayou anl one aeros: by Baou. On motion Mr. Cor- Co: "tioted permission to buildl h( ter J,. Wood, reported roads lay ;mion and bridges in fairly 1ev Mr. Wood...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 November 1919

M18IAND AIJU"WF N 7'ESTING RýAWEPNINOS Miss Clyde Kidd visited rnatives neap1 Arcadia Sundry. Mr. L. M. Phillips was a visitor to Shreveport Satitrday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutton have moved here from Mt. Lebanon. Mrs. P. C. Taylor of Alexandria, vi. ited relatives hero last week. Miss Annie Mae Jones of Homer, spent Sunday wilh her .aronts. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mo e". of Cross Keys, are viisting homefolks here. Mrs. Octave Bryan of lryeeland, it the guest of Mrs. ('has. liamner. Mrs. Foster Taylor is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. It. Ricks in Moaroe. Miss Maggie Childress of Atnston, a the week-end guest of Mrs. W. P. Ifow. Miss Mary Laarnas, who teaeheO near Ringgold, spent the week-end at home. Mrs.,.8. I. Colvin spnf several days lbat week in Minden visiting her mothe tr. Misses Mabel lired and Wood of the Bryceland Nigh Sehool faoutly, were week-end visitors. Mr. R. Tooke of Shreveport, we' tb* pert of his tousin, Mrs. Howard Pariell, Friday. Mies Fay Holatun spent Saturday and Su...

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. — 13 November 1919

Welcome, Visiting Teachers! McCONATHY'S extends to each visiting Teacher a cordial wel M- come to Arcadia, and an invitation to make this store your c headquarters while here attending the Teacher's Meeting. We'd I..rak\ like to get acquainted with yot, and wed lke to show .. through each department of our store. After ygu have seen our wonderful array of Ladie's Ready-to-Wear and Men's Furnish ings, you will not wonder why McConathy,s has the reputation of being the leading Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings Store in Bienville P~'i We know what men and women like to wear becau;se wc h:av tI. a . "i i , };m - :study their needs and anticipate their wishes, so you can ea'.:i dcepcr ,: :: `!;e i ;d *i, style of each article we have to offer. For Men For Lt.ies Complete line o( Suits. Overc,;ats, Hlats. Cap; C,)rmplet, lilc of Suits, Dresses, C.,ats, Waists, Shoes. Socks, Shirts, Collars, Ties, etc. Silk i'etticoats, Silk Hos*, Shoes, etc. MeConathyfs ---"""'l- --- . -( bI : Telephone No. ...

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. — 13 November 1919

I Annondcments I FOR ASSESSOR Ine DEMOCRAT is authorized te' au nounce J. D. COLWELL: as a cmadilTate for Assess~or:" Bie File Parish, La., sulijeC(. to the t~ oll cf the Democrativ l'ritllay ctle ionto be held :a January, 12,L0. The DEMOCRAT is aulhorized to aul bounce J. AUi)IE BRYAN as a candidate for thie ,,liee of 'Tax A.oeasor of B;ki'nville l'Parish, La., subh ject to the actijini (,f the 1,)cnvcratic Prina:ry al.ctioni to blie lell in Jantl tary, 1I 0, T'he DF,.IfGRA"i' is, anltliirizeul to an nLw.- ' ": T. WHITLEY ,as a c'nidlu(j t,( for Asse:ssor of ielln vyile ft ri Jh, La.. subject.t,) the i(tiol f t. o !l):,- rt Ie PrimilIary elec tion, I,. le lhid irn Januuary, 1920. - --__ _ _ --------- I 'hIbe DEMOCRAT is iuth(riz.41 to an nounce .OM3ER A. TOMS as a ca;ndidate for A.ses,,r of Bienvili, parish, sL., sulijet ito the actio of1 , the Iemcr ati.c I'rim 1ry election to be. held in January, 19o0. ftlhe DEiIO(CiRATI is authorize l to an ,in... 5. R. BOONE Ad a %. .ldate fo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 November 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VIIll. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISIH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEIR, 20th, 1919 . -----_-SEFL CITIN OF TIS W. E. OSEL NNOUNES GRND Y RNS .. -I'SEFU'L CITIZEN OF THIS IW IV. E. MOSEIA~ ANNOUNSCES fI IANbI) JU'RY RETU'RNS _.. I- s1r Sething of Interest y You Officers and Directors of this Bank recognize the fact that the interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. SWhen the resources of the )artie Patrons and Depositors of the 1 rlteder Bank increases, the volume of our business increases. It is therefore wise and prudent for us to assist you to increase h your money and property. To this end the most cordial relations between the Officers of this Bank and its Deposi- 0 tors are encouraged. t inmercial Bank Arcadia, La. -I If you are without ISe " hi insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here ; to call your atten tion to a most im portant matter. ENTOVER Best Companies - IIISURANCF Represented. IA!EL RAGNT "INSURANCE OF ...

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. — 20 November 1919

HINTS TO CORRESPONDENTS Clip this Article from the paper and keep it before you while writing your items for the paper; it will be of great assistance.--Editor. It is especially diesire that all o i our lorre1sp1('dents read the following suggestions, which will no idoubt aiid them ill rpol'tilltn the loca11il llllappen'igs in their tow'n or ,nlnnluityi: I. Write oill one silde of the sheet and in a leanll. lei, ille liaindl, takiing plarti hiilr llpains to write p 'roper mIllllt'lS pialtnl h4ri l sli lS II \' ' ii ill ll IlH riles plainly, leaving out no words, and numn lering the Ililpages. 1. Write the co mlnnllliitClihIS ill short p lariagraphs. giving the NEWS in as felw wordl  lS ~ ossiblle and ltea ving oUt all words l l lVll h 'ii ieS illluun er'e's - sary Ioa terse expresslliio of facts, allld do lnot iput inll aiytling simply to "ill! ulp" or lenlgthen illt the contlil ica-ll tiot. A shorit let ter, full h of news, is mllch better 1than i lo hlg one ilmade up of superflu...

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. — 20 November 1919

20 Per Cent Reduction on Ladies' Ready-to-Wear SWe promised you something unusual--and here it is. Right in the middle of the season, when stocks are most ccmplete and styles most captivating, we offer to the ladies of this community the opportunity to purchase anything in our line of Ready-to-Wear at 20 per cent reduction. Everything in Suits, Coats, Dresses Waists and everything throughout this department is new and designed for this season. Ladies, this is your opportunity. McConathy's C 111 !i, ,*' ,.D1 wm, Jr. : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 Of Homer, was a vist I . Wooedman for Gen gpent a part of last with her parents. o ed Genuine Ford parts n Old Argus 0Dee. bi rguson went to Rus night to see "Polly folt made a visit of a rt last week with of Homer, and of Homer, were Sun Aim Joe Jordan of Bien of Mr. and Mrs. lhbs been the guest of wale, Mr. and Mrs. Bain ;.tYrphy was a visitor to at Ruston, Thursday, 7. of Quitman, has (lt this week, of Mr. and koooathy. "tyyons has had as...

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. — 20 November 1919

Announcements I FOR ASSESSOR 1 sen vtie I)EMOCRAT is authorized to an nounce J. D. COLWELL the as a candidate for Assessor of Bien- thi yille Parish, La., subject to the action pre (t the Democratic Primary election to tea be htld ti January, 1920. ho V}IM)CRAT is authorized to an aouncs J. AUDIE BRYAN a, a candidate for the office of Tax ins Abeestso of Blieiville Parish, IA., sub ject to tli action of the Democrati In PrimIaltY .ectioh to he hell In Jan in l'ae D1 f; lAT is authorized to an nounce D. T. WHITLEY as a andidate for Assessor of lilen tr ulle I':rish, La., sullhjct to the actioi ele of the I)Demnoratic Primary election t( be hell in January, 1920. The DEMOCRAT' is anthoritsl to an. - nounce HOMER A. TOMS th as a candidate for Asse.;or of Blenvllk co parish, La., subject to the action of the Democratic l'rlmary election to 1* held in January. 19!20. -- - - ---bo The DEMOCRAT is authorized to an nounce G. R. BOONE RtU as a candidate for the oflice of Tax Assessor of lti...

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. — 20 November 1919

ist CCurc. be ho rs Ypres ol( and Brussels la [EMORIAL CHURCH WILL C( ECTED IN :SvA3TATED BELGIAN CITY. ..._,-·--- Te Center of Large Enter- th On the Part of South- lt Serners. 4 - Tenn.- A great Methodist t x sct ad and mai:tain'd by the gpiscoPal C(hur'i, South, acted amid tli, ruii:s of gelgium. 'hi' was stated " B. Beauciiamp,, dire,:or te Centenary ('ommission I! BlshoP James AtkiU;, the ~f baerge of European mission returned :, Belgium. ý w o Yprea,' terribly devas a t be rebuilt in it:; eutirety. (lgniflcent Cloti, Hall, the Sworld, the Cathedral, the ,d the churches, and other e, will be left as a perpetual the city mayor has caused ] erected, reading: 'This a. No stone of this lab. taken away. It is a heri Scivdrilzed peoples." kiyty of Memorials. le city of memorials. The ent has selected a site sect a great museum as a to her falles heroes. o abildings will be built by SZualand, Australia and slit of these memorials the a lethodist Church will be ii I will contain a libr...

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. — 20 November 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bic,'iih a h i ,nd 1.n of '.tradia, Lai ian, , ... ....... ..-- --T 7_-1 - _- _2-- "7--22-5- " -. . ... 2-- - PUBLISIED I'VI)E'RY THURSI)AY' $i.5o a )year in Bienville parish---$2.u a year outside the parish Payable in atk'anv ADVERTISING'~ RATES ON A\PPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April i I 91 12 at the postoflice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, _879. S, A . C O O K ,...............................................................E dit r d P rop r ilor Mitc.hhl IRo.:, SanI,' 'Resll. Thursday afternloon the ()rleans levee board, in the presence of President IHudson, of the dock board, formally pledged itself to levy the necessary yadditional millage to float the s7,5oo,ooo bonds needed to complete the great industrial canal. \Vhereupon Mr. Illudson announced that there would be no suspension of work and that all energy would ble uSed ill pushing the job to completion. Does it occur to \ou that this is precisely what ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 November 1919

____ or{1 uiness( I UTENOLFILSCROATOIc, ( General B~rokers In !:, OIL LEASES ROALTI5, 09O uTIO " Capital Stock $25O,OOO.OO ~Offices 513 Market St., Shreveport, La. illS! company will sell your leases, royalties or production for you at the best price prevailing in this booming mark- *w, it. You set the price. We will sell it if possibleon your valuation, but if your price is too high in our judgement, we :ie the right to refuse to list It. For quick sale we recommend five year term leases. Shreveport is the most active Net for oil properties in the world today. There is a voracious demand for leases. If your land is within the Sabine !t we can sell it for you promptly and to the best advantage. 'Brokerage Office is in the center of the oil activity in Shreveport--next door to the Commercial National Bank Ing. On our office walls are maps of the entire Louisiana Field showing every lease listed with us and its i'Every facility is afforded for handling the sale of oil properties ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 November 1919

petit st LOUSYILLE LIFTS THE LIDI s$ (upl~e Unp( WHISKY SOLD FOR FIRST TIME .1h,1JI SINCE JULY 1, gainu jujist Distillers Dispense Liquor Under Rul- iJi t ing by Judge That War-Time Dry Law Is Unconstitutional. I|11 ' i t Louisville, Ky.--l'or the fl :-t linie l)ut since July 1, when war-lithe pro':ibi- frou tlon went Into ecect, whisky openly pilea was sold in Louisville without liter ference by the federal auIhoritiop . The sales were made by two I,ouis ville distillers fromn their ta.x lpaidi loor stocks, under the prot*ction of a temporary injutnction Issued by l),'d eral Judge Walter Evans, hd in ,',- face of a governn:ent warning that if the supreme cuurt finds war-liumte pro hibitlon constitutional preseciition were possible. The action of Judge Evans apj,'rent ly attracted wide attention. Mu'1i imessages were receivePd asking f)or copies of the brief and argilneut. in the case In which the court, in effect. held war-time pIrohibition inc'onsti i tlonal and uphild an attack...

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. — 27 November 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2th, 919 NUMBER IRTYIV ething of Interest Yoiu 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 Patrons and Depositors of the " teder 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. immercial Bank Arcadia, La. SNOARGUNMT AGAINSTIT If you are without 33 insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im portant matter. Best Companies Represented. r LA "NURANCE OF EVERY DANIL, AENT iND KnowN TQ NAN' * Months Ago as been just six months since our store doors were opened to the pub b At that time it was definitely agreed that our buyer was not to...

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. — 27 November 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bien'ille Parishi anid lolY of .1 readia, Louisianat PUBLISIHED EVIKiRY Ti iLRSI).\Y $1.50 a year in Bienville parish--$2.u ,a \car outside the parish Playiabl' in adzlance --------- - I l\ V I IRI s N G; R:.VI1'S \. .\ P1'i... . I )N Entered as Second Class Nlatter, .April , 191 2 at the postoficc in Arcadia, La., under the \ct of March 3, 189" . S. A . C O O K ,...................................................... . . . and it NEIl' SUBSCR1PTIO\ RITI'S LI'lHI':(,II''l 1.1. 1, 1920 On and after January iu t 1 , I921, it' t,b!,cril ption price of the DE)MOCR T w.ill be ad't'a,,ed It So ., a Fear. 4/l who wish to takte ad'ant1a , t of /lhe pr,'.,ent ratie n $SI . . per year m a v do so , b ' playing /'r onett' o n tw, w'ar., iln ,d'k'lac, be' fore January Ist. This advance in l ilt subscriptio,,n ,)i' bl'co ,,,m c imperatliv', for the followiig reasons: The ?enormOlIs5 inreas' 111 it' cost of whilt' l apt'', ~lOw three times 'what it was bef...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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