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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 March 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH i8th, 1920 NUMBER FIFTYONE SKAPI Be new] .. - :* 4Ka pl S* ; Into Sden men ;1. . 'tuse s._tro Stion ..;; w ithel set and for atad undu , ofo.O org d ~to W WIT a. . * T, . OA att N T * **.* ane .. en . ." .' ,. F L . a r;of i- an Sur lu tew i l st * .-r. F of D L * . , *motl - president W. L. W IT tri p ,TO, A. BURRTT t ai Insuranc, it is Represented. JNSUJANCE OF VEY KIND KNOWN TO NAN" i' e  4 e- tDT' ptop Sttea de; , Mt. :.. )artn, ;,":tie J. Rush C. W. Camp Cakey, C. C R. Lacy, W, SA, W. Law pgowed m lant dl:l dup ia a 4 LtitUp* of iMcor" wre TWl#A large hard Spopulatlo BUILDING eating for th ational Ban o, 0t Arts w st Mr. 1eIe if tpep buildings are constructed, I the o pBFe wilj fi 4 Feq@ d4ipand for the• .. ] UIt O from the ircea4i W .tW .d , Llgbt Plant shall notMify M . B. HaflTu, manager, a, the earUlt "with the water main can be made 0 main are being made. It is very nec ,. essary tha ,:this ...

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. — 18 March 1920

INE BDIVI11 DEOCRA'r PUBLISHED EVEPY THURSDAY Advertising !ýi tes on Application Icotered as Secnd C(ass Matter, April !L, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, Ia., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 4. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor T''e use of paidl onew.paper advertis ing by the churchies in tº'e iarger iwlls and rltiNs, eldom nol;icd l1n-! til recently, has now b)ecome genleral. .t t !!rt It was nol exouh!rel'nnt OWnig (,, the hienlfts .lerii el these city churches have kept it uip. Rev. J. C. (:ox, pastor of the Arca dia Baptist ('hurch. at the last month Iv conference held on last Sunday afternoon, expressed his views on the :. hject of the value of newspaper ad vrtising for the church. He stated that he knew nothing that. would bring greater returnes for the money as far as church attendance was con corned than paidl advertising in the local paper, and advocated that his church take advantage of the benefits to he thus derived. Following his sug gestion a motion to this e...

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. — 18 March 1920

i Jr. : : : :: : Telcphon. No841 n, of Homer. visited of 1 g1 Mrs. B. A. Madden, abl -,Mrs. Bridges Lucky. Tug n) are glad to know He to leave the sanita- kn t and return to her ofti nt, on Monday. has returned from a fey South La. aft .,mpanied by Mr. and pli a of Shreveport went An 1 aently to see Mrs. C. hel was quite ill. She is ret ver, and it is hoped ed e quite her self again n ahOmas has returned from an relatives. He was ac- sei by his sister, Mrs. cr her little daughter. A in Arcadia awhile. no a. sangston has return after a serious siege of M home of her mother a yMr. Langston accom- ke are now established kE which has recently al Williams of Shreveporlt v cMsitor in the home of W. L. Williams. Ii lbot of Whieita Falls el Arcadia boy is visit el of cousin, Mrs. Car' w t, Mrs. B. Capers and h with Mrs. Goff until s, ja built. 'ersguon has been to C t Jonesboro, who is not I e, who underwent a s at a Shreveport san t ving rapidly. Her I quite anxious about ; M hope she will...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 March 1920

MUSIC TEACHER IS ENTHUSIASTIC Miss Cantril Declares Tanlae Is Best Medicine She Ever Heard Of. "I am simply delighted over my wo; derful improvemelnt since I began taking Tanlac". was the enthusias tic statement made by Miss Louise ('antril, popular music teacher of S09.; Elm street, Los Angeles, Cal. "For as long as I can remember my kidneys troubled me and I rarely ever got a goxo night's rest," she continu ed. "I lost my appetite completely and what I managed to swallow, by sheer force of will would ferment andl cause so much gas that my heart would palpitate terribly and at times I came near fainting. I fell off fron one hundred and twenty pound to ninety-eight and was so nlervous and weak I had to give up my work. 1 "Medicines and treatments did not do me a bit of good and I lost faith in them. A friend of mine kept in sslating that I try Tanlac and to please her I did. Now I can't thank her enough, for the way Tanlac helped me is nothing short of remarkable. My appetite cnme ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 March 1920

SBIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ' ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25th, 1920 NUMBER FIFTYTWO -"___-- __-_m m _ a_.a - - - A - t'-E fL ' --l-._. .I.. L'IDP . l Q Ifill IAt iA arnv BA r 0 . CONI)ESNED REPORT OF ato bui dae Commercial Bank w the of Arcadia ,p, ISHEI) TO EXAMINER OF STATE an' MNi S OiN MARCH 17th 1920. Sul RESOURCES me isunt. .·- ··-- - .......$216,559.12 etl " stocks, skeculrities and etc.................... 104,293.06 ho :. .. ............ 4,129.77 Pa ....... ..... ........ 0,800.00 Furniture and Fixtures ................ 11,735.in .... .$ 7,586.98 ty ad in Banks ................... 281,360.81 288,947.79 un TOTAL ....................................$656,4 74er LIABILITIES S~ S .................... ...... ..... 0,000.00 at 'profl ts (net) .......................-................... 37,134.84 . ................. 569,329.90 T''OTAL .........................$656........ .. ,44.74 ly rc for the Town of Arcadia, and Parish of Blen- aS plenty of money on hand to ta...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 March 1920

Velvet Beans THE ENTIRE CAR OF VELVET BEANS WE HAD HAS BEEN SOLD BUT WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN BUYING ANOTHER LOT THAT WE CAN OFFFER AT $4.00 PER BUSHEL F. 0. B. ARCADIA IN EVEN WEIGHT SACKS SEND IN YOUR ORDER NOW IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR BEANS. ARCADIA COTTON OIL MILL & MANUFACTURING CO. tIE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBIJSHEDI) VERY, TH(IRSDAY t Adverti.sing Rates on Application i Bttered ai Stecond ('lass Matter, April Ut 1912 it the postoffkle at Arcadia, La., ander the Act of March 3, 1879. & A. COOK......... Editor and Proprietor The wortk of laying the water main, also continues to progress rapidly. At ,the present rate it will be but a few I more day-s before all the mains'are laid * ready for connection with the hydrants in each hb me. Practica!ly all the material has at I rived for the construction of F. A. Girv en's new r'esidence, which is to replant the one which burned a few weeks age A letter from our good friend and subscriber. Mr. C. S. Yearwood, advise: us that h' 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. — 25 March 1920

ti iI L +. ,R ginning ~egiinning on the above date I am going to discontinue my Ladies' and Children's department with the exception of Hosiery and Shoes and will place same on sale at absolute t()ShI'. ih goods ,,to..day are worth from too t oper cent more than original cost. I would advise you to buy all the goods you will need for at least twelve months, as goods+will probably doule iU -:tlt bythis fall. As soon as space in my store permits, I will carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries at living prices. I will announce the opening of my grocery department i ter. 'his will be one of the greattest sales ever held in this section and would advise you to come early and get the pick of the bargains. This Sale will last until ezery dollr s .orth of ladic.I' and Qldren's goods are sold--.with the exception of Shoes and Hosiery. FOLLOW THE CROWDS. Remember the place and date of the Sale. ,DRE S GOODS value. Sale price . ri.e .................................. ... ................

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 March 1920

ECONONICAL FURNITURE The desire for ECONOMICAL FURNISHINGS for the Home is well emphasized in our Display of High Quality Furniture for Every Room You will find superiority in quality and wººrlkmin ship at each price we yulo,)te. Full line of LilrleŽ in and Rugs. SFURNITURE MAN I____________________ ll__________________I REPORT FURNISHED TO THE EXAMINER OF STATE BANKS BY THE The Commercial Bank Other loans and discounts ........... ........................ ....... ................$216, 1)59.12 Overdrafts secured .......... ......................................... 2,867.11 Overdrafts unsecured ............................................ 1,62.66 IUnite States bonds........................... ................30,800.00 Otherbonds, stocks, .........................................104,293.06; Banking house, furnirtire anid fixtures ......................................11.735.001 ('ash Items ....................................... 620.97 Due from banks and bankers (other than Above). $2...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 March 1920

At ' ýA -ý I LW krwu.Jr. · .qhmN uiikts. iSU V, isitor t(: "'Brewer visited Mrs. C. T -tGilisland on Tuesday. I. Ferguson has returner' if several days with hel Boston. Ids was a visitor to ay. at lclellan's ýiys, of Dallas, Texas, h his aunt. Mrs. Goldmal Conger spent Tuesday in Mr. and Mrs. Armour r, of Shreveport, was a of her parents, Mr. and t2. buy your Flour frolr It is better. , and Robt. Goodwin, of - re guests on Sunday of ;,Mrs. Mary Goodwin. S. A. CooK spent last old, with Mr. Cook'sW dba Mrs. M. F. Cook. lel Mlu last Thur WE GIVE Uiss FULL WEIGHT a PURE, FRESH from GROCERIES er ieserre SMiS Infor . r day 4 sin R (onti Cami afa The the Cami Lean Mess Mat John x:. . : - atlt War METHODS IN IN OUtR BUSINESS THA' WF her OW ABOUT. 'ITEY AIRE: quit LE ONLY HIGH GRADE GROCERIES. hapj AT A FAIR, HONEST PROFIT. Loal FULI. WEIGHT. , , of t t U A SQUABE DEAL, Dr. :BEHIND OUR OODS AND MAKE GOOD. will " TO TRADE WITH THIS KIND ' A GROCERY our OR TO-DAY. --, t. nett6's Grocery Mthe ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 March 1920

ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL This week ,loses - the work for the seventh mon:h of this school term. The regular i.u,nthly tests will be given preparantory to c.mipletiug the grades for the report cardls. which art banded out on Welne y or Thursday of next week. Mr. Wagner expects daily the ques lions for the seconl test in ArlthmetiC. A series of these tests are tluing sent, out by the State Department of Ed neation. It is the purpose of the authorities to,alertaln as far as pos sible thelp eral notion that the high; sehoot4pils of the state have in the pgiea1 principals of Arithmetic. tls delightful spring weather iW giving life to atbeletic sports. We we4re well pleased with the result of the galme played with the town on last Friday afternoon,, the score was 11 to 8 in favor of the school. The Base Ball Team of Minden High School haa invited the team from thii' school . to play a game on Mildcen grounds Friday afternoon. 'he boys are indeed very enthusiastic in phldn ning for the trip. I...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1920

* WE HAVE THE U U ) Iw Sý TIiINGS TO MAKE . SHOUSECLEANING SIIEASY III1S 1IS THIE TIME OF THE YEAR WHEN THE HOUSE   I Dl'l: DOWN. I'S SPRIN; ('LEANING TIME. S\'IA: YOU'R FOLKS ALL TIlE THINGS THEY NEED TO 10( TIll .JOI( WITH TIlE LEAST AMOUNT OF WORK? IF * NOT ('OME IN AND GET 'THEM bFROM US. OUR HOUSE S('iLEANING THINGS WILL LIGHTEN THE WORK AND MAKE * YOUR HOME "SPICK AND SPAN". '   GIVE I'S YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY. Barnette's Grocery g ggr g 4, - .__ :r` Y WrM1. D. E. Brown. Jr. : : : Mrs. V. C. Pipes has _ rrned from the sanitarium in eport, very nmuch improved. Wilson, of Minden, Is vis -ling. ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. alton. Dr;. Brown left Sunday for a vis to New Orleans. Vera Jone a spent the week end in Shre ellirt. Mr. B. A. Brewer visited- New Drleans this week. " frown accompanied the boys track team to the State Rally at Ba ge Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Sherrard and eIts have returned from to New Orleans. ea, of Miaden was a e Tuesday. spent Wednesday , allser, of La...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1920

StlAR PIOCEBDINOS. ienvf, L.., April 1st. 1920. bdaient and Memberrs, Bien Nlirti& School Board: r the undersigned eltlien. and tax Sof ehooi District No. 4 of Bien Vi Parish respectfully petition your ldAable Body to gr*ptt an :~ecti*i to vote a special five alI 44* on the property of said District fbor a eriod of one year, sd& funds t, be used fo, the purpose of i Mnug and instllh, aI team heating pfdht and an electric light plant in the Blenville High Schooi building, and to make other necessar. repairs. A. E. Dewer, 8: It Boone, Jno. P. Harrison, E. I& :Ilfe rd, C. C. Craw ford, G. R. Rdbinum, J. P, McCoy, J S. Simpson, G. S ui'mpsea, R. ( .Gantt W. H. Jones, I. C. Poole, A. W. Webb R. L. Nelson, ,3. W. ro, IT. M. 'King 14. A. Warren, H. F. llheen, 0. F Ssheen, Nat Ie, J3. H. Wise, W. W. Poole, M. P. Quinn, W. J. Sprawls. D. (. Dale Jr., W. H. Wise, H. C. Mul lias, C. G. Rudblph, W. J. Higginbo. tham, H. F. Comaital, A. W. Brinson, J. D. Child,: W. A. Poland, F. G....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1920

bg w i'l{ the oti fl proe -aetot~ *U a io rno Plehgs of Oaa~u, and Jefferson t auas toie psiish a eqauetotabl. are beyond Infe~ttaon, the 'requirement 1.uabted sle surrounding these AeIIs deemed necessary. mtate of Uoalus will utab ath Tubs Lavatories, Sinks : and Commodes S We have just received a car load of bath supplcs I and fittings and are prepared to fill your every want in I the plumbing line. We also have a first class plumber who will figure your job for you, telling you just what a complete job   will cost. ' Also have a complete line of electrical goods and - can save you money. Let us figure on your requirements. m We save you money.   "If it HARDWARE, we have it or can get it or it is not made". 'hePeoples Hardware CoInc. ` umi m i mI'"n n im . •.. i n • • n, 0'tIhI0LBUSINESS COLLEGE, MEw oRLAnu '/ 3bhest "Grade and' Most v Practical Courses In Rusiness, in Shorthand and In Ennglih, Heat Equli ments, Un equaled F'acilitles. Copiplete College Barik. Only 8chool with Aci...

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. — 31 March 1920

Wolln of a " " i- eIm by the IFirst ini I their 4ew full; S o, h has just heein yel ..itpleted, 1 s which was formallysta t'pelne for. business Saturday Mayls i :tireryhbodv ws, lhvited and a large gain t, lIU r' Were , attendance. The to guests were si~led delicloUl iced punch hlr .p'on their arrival. alnd later brick ice Anti "ream and cake w served from theit big ireiher's window, by Mrs. W. M. Deus ,for snid Mrs. Carl Goff, assisted by Misses l6'hI: Addle Houston, Roberta Stewart 'anrid 1r : ewel McGuire. The occlasion waLs a ,r!: yrery delightful one and enjoyed by all. gt - -- ýº --- tl I;UMMUS WELL TO BE COMPLETED. - lelig c'movinnced of the presence of oil jIn the well drilling on the McGuir ,t tract ini the edge of Areadla eily limit: 1l yr' lImmun (so.. I ieorpoi'ated, an of (, fii't will e made to dele:in ol tlhe wei It this iN possible, so tIht a prt'pt. t+st'ail.ho ie made. The well was s h,' f, wi''th nullri glyeerine'Mondaiy in an u ,!' fo't tp side lrack, the dril...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1920

to pTH eme ov r., son of Dr ued.to the pain lJ. E. g his ankle Mon I ' that he was S his father, for IO back home, an(y ;:v >ý ` 'ý ý w . { 'r _ , ,Hel YOUR till I SIiST * AND LET US . SHOW YOU ouR GO6OD$ Sth S}_OUR to ':  hi PRICES. aI *1<,'i,,e- U 'Ii hats fair...dll wce ask is'Jor you to bring in your   ry list and let us show you. our goods and our i e know we have the best quality; we know twe fair, honest prices and you will find that our good H*, ries cost no more than others ask for inferior grades * i Give us your grocery order today. KBarnette's Grocery  q Jr. : : :: : : : Telebone No. 34 F S rad Jos Atkinson had as Mr. and Mrs. Gandy, of Yo ; of Oklahoma was in he, si pet the past few MI ~f Ith frlends gu rei y` *o n i. vlsitkg in New Si of Minden is the So ter, Mrs. P. A. Mc Dr. B, T. Ferguson M Atls, who attended m phi Ip New Orleans w I report a splendid el 01 u, th best floar at a*t-e OI M Y LYONS CO. bo has been on e  bjpo, and Sweet i ' le bone on Wed o by ...

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. — 31 March 1920

S-aows Owners of leDIrv. of + l utist in BDien * m11 3 - dar wh B1 virtue of the authority vested in ua iy the Constitution and Laws of the Plte of Louisiana, you are here. Frw by tlaed that unless the taxes are ers paid Itthiu ten days after date of this tal nutlt. I will seize and offer for sahl Sol -eendmlibg to law the following descrih al pWoperty to-wit: I. PJ Beasley, SW 14 See., 19 Tp.. 14, in R.f 7. Total Assessment $1,000-01 thi ''es. interest anl c1st............ 37~1' vill W. '. Blackwell SW\ 1.4 of SW 1-4, at Stt. 3 Tp. 14, 't, 7. Total Assess- li ...t .......... .... 0 'J'akes Interest anti cot........... $12.10 31. J. Ellis, E 1-2 of SW 1-4, Sec. 28, TI, 14, R. 5 . Total Assessment ................................................A. $800.00 'rT*es, interest and cost............$22.7 . VP. Ferris, S and W 1-2 of SW 1.4 of IE 1-4 cut by diagonal line run ,£i g from SE cor. to NW cot. of sl 40. 10 acres Sec. 16, Tp. 17:-R. Ti aI Assessment ................$100.00 T's es,...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 May 1920

f: es, tl re, .- , NVILLE DEMOCRAT ., o 1Je E. REYN A ýVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1920 NUMBER SEVEN IV? r- .. p !- .f, e Favor oman Suffrage I Because womanhood stands for all that is good, clean and pure.' 2 Because t1e laws that govern man likewise governs woman, nd she should have an equal say in making the con tions under which she must live. use Democracy' is based upon "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none,,. 4 Because woman is better fitted to cope with many public issues regarding her own sex than man. 5 Because by their works and success they have proven their ability. 6 Because by giving woman the vote we have taken the 4 greatest step towards clean politics. 7 Because the time is here when there must be evolu tion, and by giving woman a voice in the affairs of state' we shall unfold to the world a purer Democracy, ai iai placing the standard of freedom on a higher ai ai nobler plane, and by so doing cast the radiant rays of Liberty into the ...

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 May 1920

TIE IENRVILLE DEMOCaRT" iUBIS D ESY THURSDAY Advertislng Sates on Application bItered as Second Class Matter, April U, 1912 at the postoifce at Areadia, fa., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 3. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J. RUSH WIMBERLY as a candidate for the office of Dis trict Attorney of the Third Judicial District Court of Louisiana, composed of the Parish of Bienville and Clair horne, subject to the action of the Democratic Party at the primary elec tion to be held in early fall. A CORRECTION In the last issue of the Democrat appeared an announcement of the with drawal from the Judges race of the late Hon. J. T. Beeves. We are since informed that it was not his intention to withdraw, but that the announce iment was authorized by him while under mental stress caused by his ill ness which later resulted in his death. His family desires to thank all who The First National Bank of Arcadia Charter No. 7476 Report of Condition of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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