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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

THE BIENVILLE EMOCRAT ol. 8. SARCADIA, BIENWILE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919 I'/!%ý n.W ~\ SIMPLE F ~AC'TS A ,na ,'+ Tug·.' 111Fw- -w , ___. Capital and surplus do not al ways denote the strength of a bank. a A Bank of real strength has char- . for sound finance and serv ice to its patrons. These are points to be taken into consideration when making your choice of a Bank and it is by these standards that we ask to be judged. ICOIMIEIEIA MEI ARC4DJA, LA. - *b Hi NO ARUME AGMIT i If you are without insurance, it is - either carlessness, ' neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten. A tion'to a most im.r portant matter. -Best Companies * ,Represented. m.. IOWN TO x Ixz" 1 1 Take  ie. of SprOino/ds nd to ta h good pr tot c abt let it be Iný  of SState j.; fat vegetabt ' ' wt do towardatcoIp ti th o4 tom 'dfirred wit # the seock. Samong tie pnta.i tafeo position than ever to give In n.o, td euistao to growers h to ship hogs to Fort Worth. k1t *elelal ...

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. — 24 April 1919

Reputation Luzianne is roasted i NewOrleans yThe Rei1y-Tav1orQompa1Y uthiands inaker B 1 arsiThe gilyl F lorCompayha guar anteed evey poud of `i7i SIID MlVILL iEUOCR anT or - of our PUBLISHED ERY THURSDAY look lik $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE time. fy our AdvertiLg Rates on Applitation attract are vac Entered as Second Class Matter, April that it 11, 1012 at the postoffice at Arcadia, after. .I., under the Act of March 3, 1879. abo S. A. COOK.......Editor and Proprietor neightd f ul," a S. ** ** good* * Help the DEMOCRAT to be. * mnits * a se abetter paper. Write us get be * tIs news, tell s in person the * * aews send us the news by a *'THICI * friend, telephone as the newb~ * Cepemratt is the watehwon * * tise da md qil aedia is * i ' * the generally ýeepted polly of * * the Amerlem h public. * , *** ** 1t3* tensI MEYtivea 1.19 life; On account of the increased demand Jug on us for Free Space by .different societies' churches and other worthy iatel9 institutions, we will hereafter have...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

1AUS MB HOOL BOARD Arcadia, La., March 27, 1919. The Bienville Parish- School Board met in the Superintendant's office, in reguiar lesion on the above named date and at the above named place with the following members present: J. W. Sut ton, ward one, G. L. Wren, ward two, 0. R. Boone, ward three; J. F. Conly, Jr., ward four; H. N. Hays, ward five; J. E. Roden, ward six; and P. F. White of ward seven, and a quorum. The following resolutions offered by Mr. J. W. Sutton and seconded by Mr. J. E. Roden were unanimously carried: 1. RESOLVED by the Parish Board of School Directors of the Parish of Bienville, Louisiana, in regular session convened, that the whole of Bienville Parish, La., be and the same is hereby created into one Public School District which shall be known as the Bianville Parish School District. 2. THAT AN ELECTION in the whole parish be ordered to be held on SATURDAY, MAY 17. 1919, for the  purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said parish the question of...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

GIBSLAND NEW AS WEORM BY OUR CORRESPONDENT Miss Myra Cyallion spent Easter with homefolks at Natchitoches. Mrs. T. R. Morgan was a visitor tr, Arcadia last Thursday afternoon. Little Miss Fern Langfordl, of Sib. Iey. is the guest of relatives here this week. Mrs. Howard Par'nell and Misc Frankie Girod spent several days In Shreveport last week. Easter egg hunts, too numerous to mention delighted the, children last week. Mrs. O, P.. Aringer and Mrs. Van t Cleve entertained their Sunday school t class of twenty.two girls at the home of MIrs. Avenger, Thursday from 6:00 o'clock until 8:00. A very pleasant k time was continued at the regular b prayer service at the Baptist church a TAX PURCHIARLj NOTICE 0 To Lind Wardlow or any other per. o1 son interested: f You are hereby notified that, 01 July 6th, 1018, at the principal front door of the Court House in the town m f Arcadia, Blenville Parish, La., I purchased at Tax Sale the following escribed property, to-wit: s E 1.2 of 1NW 14, Sec...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

HOME ON MAY l CONGRESSIONAL SESSION EX PECTED BEFORE THE FIRST OF JUNE. TREAFY WILL BE SIGNED UP Uon. Foch Charged with Duty of rro. vlding For Exigencies in Case Germany Should Refuse to Sign the Document. Paris,-It was stated in .wefllin brrmed quarters that the situation of 'le peace negotiations was such that ?I sident Wilson probably would be WIe to sail homeward May 20, and possibly a little earlier, by May 15. The bolief was expressed that the president would cell an extra session of Congress to convene between May 15 and June 1. Present indications are that the peace treaty will be signed before the president's departure. Information Teaching the delegates tends to show ' that the Germans are not planning to take up time and delay the signin,' of; the treaty, as they desire a settlement, t the earliest possible moment, Military experts under the directiol of Marshal Foch have been 'charged with the drafting of a report on what dbold be done in the event that Gp 'many re es t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

,,I Ig ig g gli ll IMS 1111111 In nl nn l in l l mnmnun l lnil n llinn n nneml . THE BO YS' MEN'S SUITS STOGGERY of QUALITY Those of us who are blessed Our Spring and Summer Suits . with Sons know that of all are sparkling with Value. God's creatures the boy is'the There's vim and 'snap to them I i most unfathomable. He has --life and color and smartness tastes and wishes that are entirely his own, that bespeak the gaiety aed action of vigorous and things that you perhaps think he should young manhood. , like do rot appeal to him at all. The Government has now removed all clothing In our Boy's Department every Clothing deed restrictions, and our Spring and Summer Suits, and desire of his has been carefully studied for young men, show in every line. Men who / and equally ascarefully woeked out-where are looking for style distinction an4 individual Garments that appeal to him and yet satisfy ity combined with finished craftsmanship and the strengent demands of his parents may be sterl...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 April 1919

[11ITHI LAUICKE[S 11110CK01 PREMIER] #EHORT'HCLIFFE, ENGLAND'S FORE, MOST PUBLISHER, ASSAILS LLOYD GEORGE. SROWN AS "HOT AIR" FLYER 3V141a Premier Says Northck1ffe'5 , At k on Him Is Due to Ft That He Was Not on Peace Delegation. Loedi s. -- Open warfare between IlU LJoyt George, British prime aminter, tad Lold No.tbeliffe, ng. land's foremost publisher, is to the pohtcal worid the most interestingi restlt of the premier's fling visit to Lotdot from the Pa"is peace confer tee, and his speech before parliament ,Wodneaday. Lord Northclife and Baron Beaver brook, who served as the official 'eye .wttn5es" for the Canadian govern meit at the front in 1916, and later 'became chancellor of the duchy of lancaster and minister of Information, always have been credited with being the powers behind the scenes who brought aboot the retirement of Pre a|er A* uith mid the gaceession of Lloyd George to the head of the cab mnet, Northliffe's newspapers gave Lloyd George general support tbrooghout...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 May 1919

" THE BIE NVILL DEMOCRAT ol. 8. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919 I AN WARD "No. 3 nr l~bl~, bY~ T I1~ c~J~~InlD? rrrtI ~ D~wln !hlt S" " ' " ." S i '. " ,,. ' . *.. .' .. surplus do not al-. Sways denote the strength of a bank. A Bank of real strength has char_ acter, experience; a record for sound finance and serv ice to its patrons. These are points to be taken into consideration w h en making your choice of a Bank and it is by these standards that we ask to be judged. ARCADIA, LA. ............. g . .. ...* . - ._n · .· "1. 1 THERE IS NO AROUMET AAINST I1 If you are without S insurance, it is I Ieither carlessness, neglect or oversight. c We are trying here to call your atten-. er tion to a most im- A Sportant matter. • Best Companies us aRepresented. . t W AKIND KNOWN TO AN" A. ... -'lIINVllJ4 ISflAB .follow aticle was taken from y's Issue of Shreveport Journal I: report on some of the o ta nthis territory: next oil,excitement is due to in the northe...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 May 1919

amnteed Read the Luzianne urantea St it It is e broad est, airet kee f,,after u.oc,. antee ever wri .You trel ontento a the oaa eesa dhg l ao: d LA ut not o Luzianne an tor he muneyyou paid oVERY POUND SOLD IN AAN MV U loytR.m TIlHT TIN CAN Satisn ed: . coffee The Reily-Ta7or Company New Oeans TIE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April .11, 1912 at the postoflce at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor *** *** ***** * Help the DEMOCRAT to be- * * come a better paper. Write us * * the news, tell us in person the * * news, send us the news by a * * friend, telephone us the news. * * Cooperation is the watchword * * these days and quick action is * * the generally accepted policy of * * the American public. * Effective May 1, 1919 On account of the increased demand on us for Free $pace by different societies, churches and other worthy inst...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 May 1919

CEEDINGS OF TRJJ PARISH S~O OR -. Arcadia, La., March 27, 1919. he Bienville Parish School Board t in the Superintendant's office, In itiar sesion on the above named date at the above named'place with the owing iuemibers present: J. W. Sut . ward one. G. L. Wren, ward two, it. Boone, ward three; J. F. Conly, ward four; II. N. Hays, ward five; :. Rodeu, ward six; and P. F. White yard seven, and a quorum. lie following resolutions offered by ,J. W. Sutton and secondled by Mr. l. Roden were unanimously carried RESOLVEI) by the Parish Board St*hýºol Directors of the Parish of nuille, Louisiana, in regular session vened, that the whole of Bienlile ish, La.. he and the same is hereby ted into one Public School District ch shall be known as tl\e Bianville ish School District. THAT AN ELECTION in the Ic parish he ordered to he held on I'It)AY, MAY 17, 1919, for the uose of submitting to the qualified tiors of said parish the question of vy of a special tax of 5 mills on dollar on the asses...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 May 1919

2nd ANNUMAL HOM.OMINO AT MT. LEBANON WELL ATTENDED The second annual 'Home-Coming Day" of the Mt. Lebanon Church was observed Sunday, April 27th, and was attended by more than 500 people, who came from Gibsland, Arcadia, Bryce. land, Shreveport, and many other points. Rev. J. C. Cox, the local pastor, delivered the sermon, and introduced the different numbers on the special "Home-Comnig Da y" pr o gram, Every part of this program was well rendered and greatly enjoyed. 12 o'clock a most appetizing basket dinner was served from tables arranged under the majestic oaks. for which Mt. Lebanon is noted. The dinner was all that could be desired in quality. quan tity and variety. as the tables literally groaned under their loal of the (h.li est foolds of every kind. Again this grand old cuommnlnity has justified her reputation never to allow anyone to go away hungry, unless through their own fault. Other specially interesting features Oooo0000000oooooooo0 S0o a J. S. WILLIAMS o e Notary Pub...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 May 1919

F or Summer Wear .$8.50 Special Helpful suggestions to assist in Boy's Suits" your preparation to meet the S approaching season Boy's Silk Blouses in sizes . S/ High grade Skirts in novelties-just ar- 6 to 14--at reasonable prices. rived. " Many new styles in Caps and Hats New Georgette Dresses-.Beaded Effcts-Navy, Copen andEcrue. just arrived. Printed Georgette Blouses MCona h Boys' Athletic UnionSuits $8. 50 J Sizes 4 to 16ed , SIll I4 Mrs. D.E. Brown,J. : : : : :: : : TClepbone N. 34 mm ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . Tema Nt l nI3lii4li l iiinli m".. r. J. II. Herring visited Shreveport week. r. aud' Mrs. 1,. T. Langston of er, are guests of relatives here. Iases Lila Currie and Mollie Har visited Monroe tLunday. rs. T. J. Goff will leave in a fev for her future home in 8hreve his Jodle May Jones, of Jones. Is the guest of Miss Camille le. * r. and 3Mrs. S. A. Cook returned Saturday afternoon from a visit inggolp. isa Jessie Dants' friends are gla( now of her continued improve, t at El Paso. t ...

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. — 1 May 1919

DRY PRORLEM PUuiLES LAWYERS iN DOUBT ABOUT LAW ENFORCEMENT. Levy Maye, Counsel For Distillers, Says Congres and States Must Act Identically. Chlcago.-Practloability of enforcing the national prohibition amendment by concurrent power of congress and the states was questioned at a meeting of the distillers' committee in charge of tine distilling industry's fight against prohibition. The point was raised in an opinion submitted by Levy Mayer, counsel for the committee, following reports that referendum petitions 'had been filed, were in process of filing or were in circulation in Ohio, Missouri, Califor nia, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkvi eas, Colorado, Michigan and Maine. "In my opinion, section 1 of the amendment is not self-executing and until legislation has been enacted to enforce the amendment the latter will have no effect and' will be practically a dead letter," said the opinion, which added that this theory was conft: md by the next section, ...

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. — 8 May 1919

THE BIENVILL D EMOCRAT Vol. 8 . ARCADIA,%BIENYLLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. AY 8 1919 6 rIU~nhu Urhik IIAAEU-~AA. mini· inunnaam I. .. ' ' ]p Capital and surplus do not al ways denote the strength of a bank. S A Bank of real strength has char acter, experience; a record for sound finance and serv ice to its patrons. These are points to be taken into consideration when making your choice of a Bank and it is by these standards that we ask to be judged. Qe TIE t th COPERCAL BA at ARCADIA, Ir. :. ':i... '. ,l * . , * : It oui Ill 1$ NO ARGUM NT AG AMIN$ IT Sinsurance, it is either carlessness, eer neglector oversight. the We are trying here e to call your atten portant matter. , SBest Companies api Represented. 8n aaamw ' "INSURANtE OF EVERY t: a D KIND KNOWN TO IAN" ,n .a tobb CE OF TWO FOMER I,--N BIOUGHT TO CLOS8 ty Sheriff Readhelmer of Caddo h, was shot and instantly killed 1 City last Tuesday night by Oscar trong, who was at the head of a detective agency in Shreveport. men w...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 May 1919

Ever y pound ofLuz' " fanne Coffee comes to youin an air-tight tincan. The original goodness fthecoffee as alj there-ealeIpl Luzianne retains its . um. fe r The Reily-Tulor Comps " I owO-iea TIE BIEUILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED 'EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912' at the postofilce at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1870. I O. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor * Help the DEMOCRAT to be. ' Some a, bette.r paper. Write us * the news, tell. as n person the * * news, sean as the news by a * friends tfephone w the fews. * * C~ the watehword ' * these days and quick action is * * the generally sccepted policy of " * the American public. Efective May 1, 1919 On account of the increased demand on us for Free Space by different socleties, phurches and other worthy institutions, we will hereafter have to make a charge for all space used in announcing entertainments where an admission Is.charged or where...

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. — 8 May 1919

INGS OF THE PARISH SCHOO BOARD Arcadia, La., March ;7, 1919. lenville Parish School Board lhe Superintendant's office, in es1o1 on the above named date e above named place with the imembers present: J. IV. gut. one, G;. 1,. Wren, ward two, ne, ward three: J. F. Conly, four; II. N. Hlays, ward five; n, ward six; and P. F. White even, and a quorum. owing resolutions offered by Sutton and seconded by Mr. n were 'liuanimousiy carriedl: OI,4 ED by the Parish Board Directors of the Parish of Louisiana, in regular session that the whole of Bienville ,, be and the same is hereby o (ne Public School District I1 be known as the Bianville c ool District. T AN ELECTION in the . h be ordered to be held on Y, MAY 17, 1919, for the C submitting to the qualified said parish the question of i a special tax of 5 mills on on the assessed valuation of ty of said parish for a pe (10) years as a means of E maintenance fund for the is of Bitenville Parish. in the event said tax is all special school distr...

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. — 8 May 1919

PHE SMOOTHEST SMOKING * TOBACCO "UI HEN I go fishin' I want " fish that bite, and tobacco that don't." "Bite" in tobacco comes either from poor leaf or wrong "ripening." We use for VELVET only the finest Kentucky Burley. But we don't stop there. We put millions of pounds of this tobacco away every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to patiently ripen and mellow. There are quicker ways, but they leave some teeth in. The VELVET way makes the friendlier kind of to bacco. Yu,: can ilways go to it for conmfort with out a "come-back." Get chummy with VELVET today. 'CiQarette eigaraefe NOBODY CLAIMED THE MILES Miss Josie Lippit, up north of Ros well was iu town last week proving up her claim. Miss Josie will be remem bered as the homsteader whose claim in addition to much good gramma grass also gave her a span of valuable mules. It was this way: Miss Lip pitt was working in the laundry in town and had been away from her claim several weeks; one (lay she went out home, was delayed on 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. — 8 May 1919

Snappy New Modes You'll fine that very popular swagger touch in these new summer Suits-the fin Yo est tailoring and superior fabrics, together with the newest shades and colorings. Classy? 'You've said it. They've got the "'snap" and "go" to them that win the young fellows who want something different than what "Dad" wore when he was young. Take a look at these Half Waist Seam Line Models. They've got the Military dash and dressiness that T you'll like, besides all the other late style details-that's why they are so popular. When you examine our big stocks it will be easy for you to understand why young men make this store their Clothes Headquarters. $12.50 15.00 $20.00 $25.00 $37.50 MeConat 'S See our line of New Straw Hats D. E. Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 'loyd Brewer was in town last Velma Davis made a -short vis. threveport recently. loyd Brewer attended a dance roe last Wednesday evening. S. S. Cariker accompaniedl by id Mrs. Nat Howell visited ort on oMonday...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 May 1919

100 HRT II. we if Ri OTIN CLEVELAND [ELEVEN POLICEMAN ARE SHOE CLUIIBED OR BAOLY BEATEN IN GENERAL FIGHT. 'LEADER OF MOB SHOT DEAD i(xy Arrested In Clash With the Pa Aice and Troops When 20,O0 Terrorists Attempt a Demonstration. Civeland, O.-.'An unidentified man :Was killed by a detective's bullet, 11 1161 nomen were shot or badly beaten and about 100 persons were 'wounded, nany seriously, in general rioting which brought a dramatic finale to a Socialist May Day demonstration here. About 30 persons, seriously in. Jtured, are in hospitals, while scores of others, including women, were trampled by rioters and clubbed. Socialist headquarters were totajly J w eeked by angry citizens, bent on pi'tting an end to the demonstrations. The rioting was general in Public Square and several prominent thor. I oughfares. Socialists and sympathizers at the Public Square were ridden down by mounted policemen and soldiers i; X army trucks aided in dispersing them. Fresh rioting broke out at night, a...

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