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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 November 1919

I"ONS LOOAL --L"COHOL ! h1, been sent Mr. F i Jeflectors by itor to tors to careful study 0ýýlic preparations es "-.ý the market Misses odston that Mrs. - of such prepara- was a veragBe' purpo'ses. go, the date on Mr. ~t rtianal Prohi- (en, I rfective, such and lF be legally unllu- Mr. Lo~uisiý advisable, in Mr. ai Sof the mauu tlof the (overn- Mrs y considered, Iama DeceIme'r I, was a ý:JDijferences and Mrs ratklms. 'The SndH s. will be to to either iwedl- tt DIIIty of these ' Ilitti i~tfy all manu- tetll Sii~i albve mat wek e opportullit Aubri 4o present, either Ioal dlscussioln Me 'their reprtsenta- Illn _ regard to this Mr clasel' of pre semI al B4punder considh a nd perfumes. ,10*00 a. min., to Deli ,Impeamnds, Wed sws00 a. min. to 1 eoat y, Deenm- cat Sto 1:00 P P. Wm. a held in the Hooe sleek II, yf it., N. W,, ih, thre a, ROPER, Com. tea Ftg gOF S FALLING son boy "s small bottle tiIlP-Also dr s .alp syi dr3t scraggy ,r a ' aegleeted ag awful seuri. ýdtt ?1etive to It r...

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. — 27 November 1919

2 Millions Hear Edison's Proof The truth about the New Edison sounds stranger than fiction. People would believe that the art of the living artist and its RE CREATION by the New Edison could not be told apart: So Edison dared again. He gave them the actual proof. In public performances all uwer the United States he matched the voice of the living artist against the New Edison's RI:-CRI.A'1I(N of that voice and challenged the audiences to tell which was which. Forty great artists participated in these tests. Trwo million people heard the tests, and said "there is no diference." 500 newspapers recorded these stories of the New Edison's triumph. 2X NEW EDISON " The Phoegrape pith a Sr' RE-CREATES every subtle beauty, every rush.of feeling, every inflection of'tone that distinguish the living artist's voice. This extraordinary pow er is written in the public records. It is proved every day in this store. Come in. I,earn,for yourself that the truth about The N:w EDISON surpasses even the...

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. — 27 November 1919

20 Per Cent Reduction on Ladles' Ready-to-Wear We promised you something unusual-and here it is. Right in the middle of the season, when stocks are most complete 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. MCoonathy's S T s P' ..N Spent Sunday in "W Wilsou. L Vily visited his brother ktr Friday. Armour White spent ia Shreveport. Or ln spent last Sun stive In Shreveport. aolmes, of Monroe, ilh Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glbeland, visited her M. J. B. McConathy, . S. MConathy and St d Shreveporti on Noland ang Albert ,were Arcadia visitors D ialel returned this . jstmded visit to rela IJnden Head of Blen Mrs. A. L. Crow Sunday. Is a very welcome lter friends are me her. Sees has returned bir ;parents, Mr. and at Sailes. a...

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. — 27 November 1919

WORK PROGRESSING ON hi NEW LIGHT SYSTEM u1 The progress heing made Iy tie w city In the construction o(f the w i\\ lighting system and the waterworks a Is very ioticlle. The poles for the i new wire which will be ihtstalled to h take the place of the present wiring will soon be up and ready for use. n This work Is under the supervisbll of Mr. Ituby Ozley, and he is makillg good hendway. t The tower tank for the waterworks 1 has IeetI corapletedI, and the deep t wells are being drilled. RAILROAD MAN IS OUT WITH FACTS So Badly Rundown lHe Had To Quit Work--Gains Twenty Potunds On Tanlac "Tan la has Inot only relievie I 1(' of a case of stomiach troiuble that made me miserable for three or four years, -.men Ities red ECONOICAL FURNITURE ian they The desire for IEC()NO1IICAL FURINISHINGS the for the Home is well emlh)asizc in our they dcat Display of High Quality Furniture mitt for Every Room disp lear You will find superiority in quality and ýworl;kman- that ship at each price we quote...

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. — 27 November 1919

ality vs. Quantity 8oj IN GROCERIES COUNT gfbrand of groceries are the very best. Known world ovr for qlnality, flavor, satisfaction. eorder makes you a customer. Daily deliver Our store is one of the most modern and: est in the state. Insect and dust proof crs. care all that our name implies. Standard gro g ".santay fti.xtures throughout.I.. * R. Butler is No. 4 " FREE DELIVERY ,.l rcadia, L ouisiana} (Iroi s.l Report of Condition of the Reserve Die. No. 11 r Pr " reloj tNational Bank of Arcadia At ARCADIA, LOUISIANA thro who THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, NOV. 17th, 1919 for ________________God RESOURCES Was and ý1 discounts, including rediscounts, these shown In h and c) ..................................................$;141,9.77,1 a securities owned: cure deposited to secure circulation itl e ........ýa . ...... ............................... g npledged .......................................... ...... 21, enla U. 8. Governm ent securities.................................................

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. — 27 November 1919

, General Brokers In ~OIL LEASES, ROYALTIES, PRODUCTION pCapital Stock $250,000.00 t! 0Offices 6 13 M'arket St., Shreveport, La. , T"lS company will sell your leases, royalties or production for you at the best price prevailing in this booming mark! ~et. You set the price. We will sell it if possibleon your valuation, but if your price Is too high in our judgement, reservethe right to refuse to list it. For quick sale we recommend five year term leases. Shreveport is the most actI: market for oil properties' in the world today. There is a voracious demand for leases. If your land is within the Sabi Uplift we can sell it for you promptly and to the best advantaige. Our Brokerage Office is in the center of the oil activity in Shreveport--next door to the Commercial National d' S Building. On our office walls are maps of the entire LQuisiana Field showing every lease listed with us and price. Every facility is afforded for handling the sale of oil properties in the most expeditious ...

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. — 4 December 1919

STHE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Glli. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th, I9t9 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX Iý h t "e . . . .- - - _ _ - - - - I_ . . r I 1 º Y Y r i i f 1 lhing of Interest You 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 tasr 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. nmercial Bank Arcadia, La. I NOARGUMENT AGAINST IT I If you are without ,A insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here 3 to call your atten tion to a most im portant matter. RAI Best Companies Represented. AIIIW "INSURAYCE OF EVERY KIND KNOWN TO NAN" UCALFI RMTR for ECONOMICAL FURNISHINGS e is well emphasized in our of High Qual...

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. — 4 December 1919

Dependable Goods of Every Kind - ----~--- ---- OUR customers have long ago learned the "DEPENDABILITY" of every article of \cer chandise we sell. They rely on us for the quality. and know our prices are as low as quality will permit. See us for DRESS GooDS, SioiEs, HATS, CI's, Sr:\I'LE GRO CERIES, SIELF I IaRibwARI: Also NICE LINE OF LAI) ES' SKIRTs, XV isrTs, I lotsE, DRESSIS, ETC. We Sell LEUDINGIIJIUS II '.GONS Sherard & Taylor THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town' of I rcdia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THII SI)IDAY $1.5o a year in Bienville parish-$2.oo a year outside the parish / Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES ON AI'PPLICVATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April i, 91 2 at the postotfice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A . CO O K , ............................................. ...............E ditor and Propreitor Parker and Short Ballot. When the white people of Louislana after several years of violent and bloody st...

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. — 4 December 1919

pLEg5ONALS INhI M NEW ENTERPRISE Duke of <ohlonuna, is vis- i1 her, Mr's. Ivy. n a Lazarts visited her par- N land last week. the J Frye spent last Friday with friends at Hope. l(1, - of our hoys atteulled the at Elidordio Saturday I)ot her z. Anders o'f lhustoII, Ias a ,t Dr. J. )". \'oodi rd's last gue Phi Edna Pate, who.i t aIhelts near' 9ent last week-enld with her spe I., W 1'olrnl I r et i 'rnedi from 1 fnps Satnllda2y. lie reported tfor time. a g glad to stallte that Sarah Ittle are iminlrving after a u dtck of hllgrippe. we glyilg 1 oga:rt W5s givell the school. It \vil well al a enjoyed by all. for at . reuitt was (ailed to the tlu Sher father, Mr. Ilattaway, who was danllgerolusly ill at hei Jdlle Graham of Hall Sum a much appre'iahted visitor in O Mrs. J. M3. Woolar|! last Ill OCBAT will be $2.00 a year as 1st. Renew now at an Y HAIR de TREE FROM DANDRUFF Mi It! Hair gets soft, fluff t, ul- et a small bottle at Danderine are for heavy hair that glis- I beauty and is r...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 December 1919

2 ORE DAYS The Chnstmas Store STo realize to the fullest extent the pleasure of shopping this Christmas time, you 0ust visit our store soon. On every side you will find' suggestions a plenty for young and old. 4 A Big Array Of Gifts She Would Be Delighted With These Dainty Gifts a -That Men Like To Receive In all our stocks an ? In all our stocks an Few men ever have ample range for se Senough Shirts, Ties, lection has been pro Collars, H ose or vided to please every i 9 Gloves, and lor that wish. An early visit , reason they are al- will prove our readi. I ways glad to get ness to meet all your l Lmore for Christmas. needs. II8 And of course the Dainty gift goods appeal to the heart of every woman, place to buy them is where he buys for himself. Most in such as the latest Glove silk Bloomers and Vests, men who know, prefer haberdashery from this store. Silk Jersey Pantelettes, Crepe de Chine Teddies, Gowns, After you see our displays, you will know why. and Camisoles' Silk Hose'...

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. — 4 December 1919

.. . . UBUU CWo has always stood by Real Isses of the Campaign emocraclw ays sob discussed H e n. P.:.-': "IB E T -adr~t . o -.u e n n Cu:.-- , •e n ". :.' :if f ra :i(..o ':, ". .oes "f C-..--. , . '. . ". .... ..:...fl lo r RING O D ,T u sd y, D e . 6. ;;3 p. . .:-,\.N D :e . .. ..l l , : 0 . m B om e outff ir a n d h e a rx n s s e m o th e C a diate . .... L e ....... "J!! Com e o u t ad h e a r th e p a n Dm c a i rin Whot h a s a v assto o d b yt "i ; t..i i ' yiiri of Th e, Rae a I s e of th e C ampa g Li., o. ran us ~Candidate for Governor il make a tour ol Bienville Parish on Dec. 16th and 1 7th. He will be accompanied by the following distinguish i! H o n . P . H . G IL B E R T , C a n d id a te fo r L ie u ten a n t G o v e rn o r, H o n . W . D . G o ff, o f A rca d ia [ ' ,S e n a to r 1 . P . J o n es, o f G ib sia n d , H o n . J . C . T h eti , o f M o n ro e g en tlem en , w h o w illlalsohsp eak !ii  ~~~~T h y w il speak at the f low ing p aces at the tim e m...

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. — 4 December 1919

Tire Problems? If you have Tire Troubles, let me help you solve the problem by furnishing you with FIRESTONE, UNITED STATES or GOODYEAR CASINGS I have at all times a complete stock of Tires, Tubes, Genuiue FORD Parts and Accessories. R. D. SIMS ARC'°' Rý D. SIMS LOUISIANA• NOTICE! After December 1st we will not gin Cotton every day, but will gin only Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week. Ardia Cotton Oil Mill & Mfg. CO. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS FROM JAMESTOWN Miss Mai Dickson of Castor, was in town Saturday. Mr. Hardy Hamner was a business visitor to Sibley Friday. Miss Louella Tipton spent the week " ie & rana Stoiy o fmeless r amp An historically accurate account of how a tattered hobo, whose name is till unknown, became a benefador to humanity. O begin with, this i t;houald be prepared, while Mr. Horton's trouble had a true story. And, hc worked. \Vhc: it was been Bright's Disease. This being true, it is just finished, e said: "Take terrible scourge of the hu one m...

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. — 4 December 1919

)uality vs.Quantity IN GROCERIES COUNT Our brand of groceries are the very best. Known ihe torld over for quality, flavor, satisfaction. e order makes you a customer. Daily deliver Our store is one of the most modern anm eanest in the state. Insect and dust proof unters. e are all that our name implies. Standard gro ies---5anitlary fixtulres throughout. J. R. Butler NE No. 4 FREE DEI.IuER trctadia, Louisiana 00il SCHOOL NOTES (By Miss Key) school was made fa(l lug" on hearing of the broken leg, befalling one lventh grade students, Brown. Hie was re Saline where he had fnt the Arcadia School. SI always one of the un appenings in life, so that with this one. Having on the road, because of terrible floods of rain, te for ('larence Otis, as t could not be admln wish to take this means our appreciation of the of this boy. We hope drly date he can resume work. We will not fall to heroic efforts of (lay hy Not Now? 'contemplate buying Jewelry of any kind, should not put it off. Take advant...

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. — 4 December 1919

General Brokers In OIL LErASES, ROY'ALTIES, PRODUCTION Capital Stock $250,000.00 .., Offices 613 Market St., Shreveport, La. SH'7 IIS company will sell your leases, royalties or production for you at the best price prevailing in this booming mark. let. You set the price. We will sell it if possibleon Your valuation, but if your price is too high'in our judgement, we reserve the right to refuse to list it. For quick sale we recommend five year term leases. Shreveport is the most active market for oil properties in the world today. There is a voracious demand for leases. If your land is within the Sabine Uplift we can sell it for you promptly and to the best advantage. Our Brokerage Office is in the. center of the oil activity in Shreveport--next door to the Commercial National Bank.l S Building. On our office walls are maps of the entire Louisiana Field showing every lease listed with us and its price. Every facility is afforded for handling the sale of oil properties in the most exp...

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. — 11 December 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ,UME VII. ARC.-\DI,, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER ith, 9 I T W . H OGAN ANNOUNCES __ --I, BE R O . 'ething of Interest. ýTou Officers and Directors of this Bank recognlizc the fact that the.interests of the Bank and its Depositors are Mutual. When the resources of the ,by service Patrons and Depositors of the ,n render Bank increases, the volume ialways of our business increases. It dHuly is therefore wise and prudent for us to as-ist you to iLrease your money and property. To this end the most cordial relations between the Officers of this Bank and its Deposi tors are encouraged. iommercial Bank Arcadia, La. I ANNOUNCES FO. POLICE JUROR ttttioun of the citizens and * iuoinucement of Mr. Ed 1, for Police Member is a substantial citizen of `id always stands for the of his home community. himself as believing in gjles admhinistration of of the parish, con preeo and development, belifees in anti would con tecountingof all re thres and all such ...

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. — 11 December 1919

1--) - -v ,F.' - . To realize to the fullest extent the pleasure of shopping this Christmas timc, you nIi Visiteour store soofll On every side you will find suggestions a plenty fo: yk.trg "rd J: A Big Array 0f Gifts Sh1 Woudd Be ~lighted With Ths _ 3s Few men ev have m" eiio,,h Shcirts, Ti lec:io, has Leen S, .. e0 MORE GAY0 .,b "I UTHITACollars, Hose or mvide to Jles( v To reale ttGloves, uand eor ttn wish An et vis C tepa s reason they are al- will prove our a. pl Sways glak to get nessto rnettLl your Sm ore ftor Christ 'tm as. needs. has t en And ot course the Dainty gift goods appeal to the hert ofey wo an, I otin such as the latest Glove silk Booers and ests, e o e er hedhys fro this store. Silk Jersey Pantelettes, Crepe de Chine Teddies, Gowns, After you see our displays, you will know why. and Camisoles' Silk Hose etc. mohaberdashery from ts store MeCONATHY'S resnte r l yl roe ou r21 LYL;~~~ 84 .. ... ..... !mam ......... ... 'c .... .. ! . .I.....t.,,,-,p , il: L I'I~t...

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. — 11 December 1919

ca fr usiness S LaN IL F IEL S CORPORATIOIcj General Brokers in OIL LEASES, ROYALTIES, PRODUCTION Capital Stock $250,000.00 /.J Offices 513 Market St., Shreveport, La. HScompany will sell your leases, royalties or productioni for you at the best price prevailing in thi boomin mark se h et.Y set the price. We will sell it if possibleon your valuation2 but if your price is too high in our judgement, we reserve the right to refuse to list it. For quick sale we recommend five year term leases. Shreveport is the most active maret for oil properties in the world today. There is a voracious demand for leases. If your land is within the Sabine 'Uplift we can sell it or you promptly and to the best advantage. Our-Brokerage Off ice is in the center of the oil activity in Shreveport--next door to the Commercial National Batik Building. On our office walls are maps of the entire Louisiana Hield showing every lease listed with us and its Ice. ivery facility is afforded for handling the sale of ...

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. — 11 December 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of ,rcadiat, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY .o a year in Bienville parish- 2.o' a year outsid, the parish Payable in advance ADVERTIISING RATES ON A:PPLICAII` A l.ntered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postothice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. . A. COOK, ...........dito. and 1roprcito, RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION BEFORE T'HE PRICE ADI)VANCES Many Democrat subscribers are taking Time by the forelock and are renewing their subscriptions to their home and parish newspaper, paying from one to two years in advance while they may at the $ 1.;o30 subscription price. We feel sure that there are but few of our readers who have kept posted on conditions, but who expected us to be compelled to advance the price of the paper if we expected to stay in business. Having announced the date for the advance to take effect, we wish to give every subscriber the opportunity to renew for at least one year ...

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. — 11 December 1919

OR S LEati AT A BARGAIN-OI'ER .. I\D n, IN GOOD CONDITIO., For quick sale w ill sell this car at a t IUll plvese yo. . Reason fefoi t rg r for a tournig c:(r. SEE T . N. II.\R- El; ,lIi .1.o , ))r ' lrn d falU - -- , . , , .- , TI'ER RIIIBIBONS /or : .,,. Ofic,! *** -- -".* n endable Goods of "" OUl? customers have I1ig ago learned the .DEPi"N,)D.IBIITY" } ' '" , ," i. 'daHise we sell. lThe rely oni us 1o , tie qui1jly). 1d know our prices are s, :,. ,' l.ýIt :;'l nrmit. See us ' - IESS Goons, SIIOI.s, HATS, ;\l'S, STA'uPLi (o() ('fRIES, SHELF HARDWA\RE l/so 1IE LINE OF LADIES' SKIRTS, WAISTS, HouSE DRESSES, ET'c. We Sell LEUDINGHIIUS If', I'ONS erard & Taylor w,::t to BUY something-ADVERT''ISE! haive something to SELL--.)DVERTISE! progres::,'s", of pour.. : · ,.ion ., ,riod fu.nitr)'e sfcmhl ins glsi De tooolf ag . I r i Lady Randolph Church. cabe ill ha ve praised the Edi is oe son Cabinets in most J'glowing terins. Ih the illustration, you see pic bt:red the Sheraton De Th...

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. — 11 December 1919

C a n d id a tem C omhe :+T po : :::: .. ,I, ~ ~I..... .::...i 1`;.; .111· llf \rc..'~l c'l~~~i~¢:::)Ti ::T\ .......:I~cl'lr~. )I1( Come out and hear the Candidate Cm t an e Wh salways stood by .. hs Real Issues of the Campagn ho1, has' alw ays~; stoods byc l 1 1 1discussed The Democratic Party o ran U They will speak at the follwin places at ti RINGGOLDe Tea Dec. 16th, 3;30n.i ma.sh o eRCeL D Wed, Dc th, 1:00n p.im Iriltl rnedgenth me ,w ow l lo s e k CAST~oR, Tuesday, Dec. 16th, 7:00 p. m. GIBS~LAND, Wed., Dec. I7th, 4:00 p. m. BIENVILLE, Wed., Dec. 17lth, IO:OO a. mo ARCADIA, Wed., Dec. 17th, 7:00 p. m. Col.,Stubbs will talk about the things that he advocates for the betterment of the state. He will give his views oat SState Board of Affairs and the taxing system of the State. Let every one come out and hear the plain DeIrnocr doctrine that has stood with us lo these many years. c,2., ": -: a~rra7<

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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