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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 July 1920

NeW at saihB Louis. a Dlti, byv of ,;e, lmea Maorand Board of Aldermen t ' rfowuof Arcadia, Louisiana, w S, lar sessiest at Arcadia Louis 04 the lst day of June, 1920. s Irerweep present: Messrs. i 4 Cat WN, and J. H. MeConathy C ' were absent: Messrs. E. H. L Fred W. Pentecost. or and Board of Aldermei, '1'wu of Arcadia, Lo)uislaua duli convened, the fol dulyrlnnute was offered by Mr te v ,and secouidede by Mr. J. An ordinance ordering a special n + on to be held i14 the Town of Ar- I ladia, Louisiana, to authorize the In- '1 . futhrng of debt and Issuance of bonds a -r'f the Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, t I the amount of 'thirty Five Thousan ti ( ºAll0.00) Dollars for the purpose c if onetructing water and light system a pxteslIou within the Town of Arcadia. t y. iBE IT ORDAINED, By the Mayoi nid lard of Aldermen, of the Town I Arcadia, Louisiana, that a special o be and the same is hereby c;aled and ordered to be held In the Tow& oa Arcadia, Louisiana, on Tues 7y the 6th, ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 July 1920

8SATE TAX SALE OF F. IMMOVABLE PROPERTY in I road The State of Louisana Vs. Delinquent se Tax Debtors, Bienville Parish, ct Louisiana F in I By virtue of the authority invest- 00. ed in me, by the constitulon and laws W of the State of Louisana, I will sell 28, at the principal front door of the Tax courthouse, In which the civil district L. court of said parish is held within the 15, ý legal sale hours for Judicial sales, be- Tax ginning at 11:00 o'clock on A. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 --N Tote and continuing on each succeeding day ters until said sales are completed on which te all immovable property taxes are now mile dlue to the State of Louisiana, and the Totmile Parish of Bienville, to enforce the col- tere lection of taxes assessed in the year tere 1920, together with interest thereonr 5 from the 31st day of Dec., 1919, at the 1' rate of 10 per cent per annum until paid, and costs. 1-2, 1-2, The names of said delinquent tax tena payers, amounts of taxes due by each Tax on the as...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 July 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT, ARCADIA, LA. Crash Suit at this stOre . Remember we have the stock to select from. We handle the original Keep-Kool Suit that is nationaly advertised, and handled only by the larger dealers. They will cost you more money but in a class to themselves. We have a reduction on all Silk Shirts and are closing them out very fast. Select your size be I o fore they are all gone. 1,"rJLTPlL "The Home of - iici 1onauiy S Good Clothes" E a m M a m m km I nMMgl S I g a m l m ill e *·0* ;gob 0s· i W;·I £j;t . D. aBBrw n Jr. : : : : : Telephon No. 34' a.rlor suits at Conger's. J. D. Holston of Gibsland, was In Salturday. . MrI G teourge Fields of Homer, visited .:family here on Sunday and Mon Attd the revival at the Baptist  begnning Sunday evening, July Jr ]Eandol, stock breeder and plant ~ b1 Gibsland, transacted business at ,'courthouse Saturday. M: . S. W. Smith of Shreveport, was S es* t of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Tooke f :desday and Wednesday. ~ r. Dawson Harris and litt...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 July 1920

TO THE PUBLIC agree ed hi Arcadia, La., June 30, 1920. toro To the Citizens of Bienville parish: on June 26ti, 1920 Mr. J. Rush Wim- Mhol berly in a speech in the Town of Bien- hteu villei made certain charges agnainst me tdI which my friends, who heard this toitI speech, think I should answer and not for .et pass unnOticedI a.u I understand he charged that my ac ,,unts had beenI checked and found port shtort but that I had paitl it; that dur- 1' ilg the sessiou of the Grand Jury last 111 I week. I would take the witnesses and reur hold them and tell them what to sweat 1)(iti andi tnlei send tlhem to the (Ghand Jur. .o,,, andl that Mr. 1'ee Manning., i anember of the Grand Jury came to, mnr, if once. at least a hundred times MAI ill connctioln with the case being [ll- CAI ivsttigated. ''lhese charges against me are fals. to tile core and no one knows this bet I.,r than Mr. Wimberly. My accountl To t have beein checked annually by th( auditor of the state. On some of these IUSi ,'cas...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

IENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920 NUMBER FIFTEEN twill you a . ewhen you .i are6 S? S3;You will be ahead or behirind the game. That is I certain But it all depends on what you do S now. Of the average ioo people just one is wealthy at - 654; only 3 are well-to-do; merely 6 are living on their incomes; 54 are living on friends and charity; 56 die before reaching their 65th birth day. It is easy to tell who had a bank acccount. The odds are stackedagainst you 87 to I if you . don't save a little every pay day. Is your Bank Account growing? di Make it grow a bit next pay day! Commercial Bank ARCADIA, LA. AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL' i ~:SiS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMPKINS ' iel Agent WE write every form of Old Line Inmsurance. We represent 35 of the oldest and largest insurance etn paoler of the entire world. We work efficient people in our dee. Let us write , your insurance and OU wme not beosorl af~t yor  • . .. .' .. • U SBUB BNUCUIA JM*StIMOa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

Save and Be Independent We expect to inaugurate a savings drive right away that no other bank in North Louisiana has ever put on. We are deter mined to educate the people the necessity of saving. This department will be under the management of one thoroughly com petent and familiar with every angle of savings. We want every child to know the worth of dimes, and to know the value of keeping a bank account. We have just gotten in our savings books and other books that go to make up this de partment, and will be glad to show any one just how to start an account.. We have the little Saving Banks and will have more . to come. Your little child will be as safe t in coming to our bank to make his or her deposit as tne father or mother would be, for we take more pains in showing the little tots how much we are interested in them. Come in our bank and lets get together in savings and this -whole country will be bet ter and richer by it. Tr FIST TRUST BA ING Co Arcadia, Louisiana u n . . . . ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

yj"ent:fubl and .-i, artivpetyh , Reasonable in Price. .: ..ISHES OUTLINED Furnish as Many Possibilities - f Deleatable Food for Lunch. eon or Supper as They Do for the Morning Meal. by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Now that eggs are a little more :Pletiful and cornparatively reasonable t D piee they can provide a welcome ' arlatlon in the fanmily diet. In many fa tilles eggs are seldom served ex " sept at breakfast, but they furnish jit as many possibilities for delect Sable dishe for luncheon or supper as "· te do for breakfast. They can well ke the place of a meat dish, for; like ,eat they furnish protein, fat, and ) II matter and the yolk is also ~ood source of vitamin. A few t~ for attractive dishtes suitable t. erve in place of meat for the mid F'-:Or evening meal follow. These irepes were teted in the experi .ebtal kitchen of the United States a 4rtment of agriculture. oioihblnations of eggs with bread ? bs, rice, or some starchy cereal ti ive body to th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

EXTRACTS FROM PROCEED on August INGS OF POLICE JURY led on a taxation I May 2t, 1920, the year On motloin duly seconded and ear. Mills on ried by a umanious vote of the body, is directe the following certificates of indebted. asses me ness was ordered. tor I ins (A) for same Certificate of indebtedness: " On rol $10,000.00. Polie Ju This is to certify that the Parish YEA-. of Blienville is indebted to the Com- Vlhite, J mnerdial Bank of Arcadia, La., In the G. Whiti, Kum of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,- NAES 000.00) which for value received, ii WHEF promises to pay to the Commercial paid froi Bank of Arcadia, La., or at the offic terest 01 of the Commercial Bank, of Arcadia Road Bc la., on the 5th of January, 1921, with i1920, an( interest at the rate of Five per cent be resto' per annum. Issued under and pur lish of B suant to an ordinance adopted by the lcash wit Police Jury of the Parish of Bien- bonds, I ville. the bone A. D. SMITH, President, August of Police Jury. gregate J. S...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

The Picnic Basket verybodys interested in it. And upon what goes into it really depends the success So have your picnic baskets filled at this $toA-where nothing but the freshest and dtesare ever handled. We carry a inq Fruits, Canned Goods and Bottled Goods that are just the things to make any picnic dinch a delicious repast. Phone 146 Sanitary Market & Grocery ARCADIA, LA. Fr~, . 'ILBrown Jr. : : : : : : : : Teleohone No. 34 :- lMr,;· r inar Driskill, (Emma ke ihC*, aof Win boir, Is the guest of Mrs. Sra rett was the guest while attending the W. Mrs. Gay Martin and little daughter, " t Shreveport, are guests of Mr. and J. Sh Wimberly. (Verdt' b hobon), of -1st ;parents, Sher hoparei '` ` qr. ýtý( Mne Miss Mirile Sl ieveport, .wre re :` l of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Har t e d duaghter, ,a was. in -was the' saild tanegf . and rsC . A Tooke and Mr. '  Monroe, have been 91 II). and Isda Reynolds ntertained her I quite informally last Saturday , when they had a ,,rliUght I .. Bandwich...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 July 1920

ORDINANCE OF PROMULOATION Offered by alderman J. S. McConathy, seconded by alderman E. H. Fisher; carried. Whereas, on the 6th day of July, 1920, an election was held in the Town of Arcadia, Parish of Blenville, Louis lana to determine the To authorize the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Arcadia Loumisiana to incur debt on behalf of and in the name of the Town of Ar cadia, Louisiana to the amount of Thirty-live Thousand Dollars ($35,000. 00W), and to issue and sell serial negotiable semi-annual interest bearing coupon U ndI s evidencing said indebt edness; said bonds to bear interest at the rate of (5) per cent per annum, payable semni-annually and to run for a period of twenty (20) yeras from date thereof, and both the principal and interest of said bonds to be secur ed by a sutfficient tax to be levied and collected each year in accordance with Article 281 of the Constitution and Laws of the State of Louisiana, the proceeds from the sale of said bonds, at not less than ...

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. — 15 July 1920

S" ENVILLE DEMOCRAT N, IX: ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920 NUMBER SIXTEEN 4Uu11ESY SERVICE STABILITY FIRST .. ways Ready! ,Money in the bank is always ready-always available. The wise depositor keeps his account growing steadily but at the same time he has the satisfaction of know ing that it is always available instantly in case of need. A substantial bank account in rapidly changing times, like the present is invaluable. 'Take advantage of our complete facilities for rendering the highest type of fi nancial service. OFFICERS J. W. SHER.RD, M. 0. COLLI.NS\WORTH, Prsidrnt V'ice-President B. R:FELTS, L. E. OZLEY, "'.., Active V'ice-Pres. Cashier R. D. 5JMS EG,(YN HI(;HTOWER, ic'r sitdent Aiss't Cashier J. S. ANDREVS L. S. CASKEY, Pice-PresirA A'ss't Cashier The Comrn ciaI Bank ARCADIA, L4. I! ! . _' , _ . ' Y. Y , Y , W , V ,Y" -, V , V ( 9% LUO DANIEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRE CE DANIgb g MISS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMI1.'INS -Le0 illge WE write every form of ` º...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 July 1920

mHE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT O)fficial Journal Bienville Parish and Town of lrn adia, Louisiana, PL'BiLIS1 IlEl) ;\'IERY THURSI)AY $2.00 A YEAR IN IENVllI,1E I'ARISI1- .2.2. A YEA1.R (11 'Tl')E THE I'A ltlSl . --- . . ------ AI)VERTISING R\1TES ON A\P'LICATION Entercle as Second Class Mlatter, April I , 1912 at the postoflice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK,................................. .................... ..Editor and IProprcitor . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - nu m enmlnmnm nu ln i Tihe Road Question 'li Wihat is to lie done with fils dte- ' rived f|orl l Ithe sal of tIll. illiolnll c11u1 11 lhrs o road laonds of iteli'ille l-' i ,1ish,, which the ipeophle t v oted I lpin ihenseles s11 mouths ago, for I1he construction of uniilel gravel highways throughout 11t panrish. What is the pr,eslt situaitium regardlinlg tlhe road building progran'. 'iileVr wvhliost' supervision al'e Ihe l'oald.i l to be c('o1sntrucitt4l and the radll fnllisi ftl halndled? * Ift we mistake not it...

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. — 15 July 1920

May 27,1120. n duly seconded abd cart to seBa100a1 vote of the body, eria rtllates of indebted P1 a-rtliote of indebtedness: Tlm Is to certify, that the Parish ot- RIvile is indebted to the Com- m :e'Ial.Bank of Arcadia, La., in the di apml of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,- b( 00).0) which for value received, ii ti r to pay to the Commercial e3 --Apk of Arcadia, La., or at the ofitk si of the Commercial Bank, of Arcadia la La.,. O the 5th of January, 1921, with,. iinrest at the rate of Five per cent le per annum. Issued under ,and pur. 11 .Iasst to an ordinance adopted by the o1 Polee Jury of the Parish of Bien- a Llle t A. D. SMITH, President, 1, of Police Jury, it J. S. WILLIAMS, Clerk, it of Police Jury. n Coaunterligned, a JNO F. HARRISON, Treasurer of Blenvle Pariah. tl (B) F Ordinance passed by the Police Jury of Blenville Parish. Be It ordained by the Police Jury 1 of BievUlle Parish, that the President b and Clerk o# the -Police Jury of Bien- 1 Ville Parish be and are hereby...

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. — 15 July 1920

SOME OF THE ACTS OF led an THE LEGISLATUIE ietld. 'Iwo Now that the lixty dlay sesSioli of colnl( the hgishitnre hals adjolrltol. aLfter ,il liel what might he termel d ne of the alt'feto most remlrkllle'k e sssions in the liis- ii or1d t'ry of thi state, interest is molifest condtli ias to the work t hat has been aetolD- !meart plashed. That G tovernor Parker lts re- ti,.'ds de(eed alp'|eI iiitlly every ione if hlis iatisf.+ ('amlnpaig dleges ias far as (o'ºtIttie-il 0 mend live legislation goesn . is ill oti taiidi ' , j lll;ener: f tlllire of lthe ss lii. .As nitdlile , I',i n aithihvelli 'ilits o th lh ie ,Siol wele lilde ftltiOlt lpossihle by the ( itiertit toll oif ai si f t ! (Iille wor 'king mniajr' ity i, the nlielnleIll.ip of,~l hll lla] hol It he St ttll le los. e As the .Monroe Nes4-St r lutls, iti Ieth('ti "'(ieel il io(illy there w sii?' ii (idiv (is i as , a ial' . lto the hest lull ]iost feasible awl oev0l?] to l 'lll hi pli a givel s bu tolyk ';d::il, Iol It' ot ...

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. — 15 July 1920

Y I Phone Your Order If You Can't Come! We give telephone orders the same personal attention that we'd give you if you came right up to our counters, using the same care ful discrimination in selecting the best from our stock that you yourself would use. And your or der will be delivered right to your table-fresh, clean and wholesome. Our Groceries and Meats are the choicest the market affords and our service prompt. Phone 146 Sanitary Market & Grocery . ARCADIA, LA. By M. D. . Brown, Jr. : : : : : : Teleone N By Mrs. D. . Brown. Jr. : : : : : : : : : _Telenhooe No. 34 Captain Sager visited Ruston onI Monday. Mr. Bill Grigsby has just returnedl from a business trip to houston, Tex. Mr. Lamar Taylor is in Shreveport on business. Mr. Ray Oden was a Shreveport vis itor this week. Mr. Paul Madden of Homier, was in Artadia on Sunday. Mr. Will I'Thurmnond of Beulah, wa: a, recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Madden's family. Miss Luda Reynolds left this week for Missiosippi, where she ...

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. — 15 July 1920

FROCEEDINGS OF REGULAR IK MEETINu OF POLICE JURY 4 Continued from first page) Wimberly, District Attorney's fees, Nc $15.00; Geo. I. Wilson for screen doors for surveyor's office $10.00; J. A. Anders for Parish Demonstrator's sal ary $150.00; J. E. Currie for work on an .Jerry Holmes murder case $180.00; T. a C. Hightower inspector's salary $107.77' J. C. Hicks for vat work $12.0.1: Frank Kettler for yearling killed . a vat $20.(04: Mrs. W. C. Wall for calf wit killed in vat $20.0); B. F. McGraw for th con~veying hIls daughter to asylum $14.95; Emma Gardner for cow killed in vat $25.00; H. DI.. Towns inspector' salary and expense $140.00; C. R. ve Moore for cow killed in vat $40.: of Q. K. Smith for inspector's salary 'l $193.25; Wiley Corley for inspector'sr salary $93.75; J. H. Lawson for in- to spector's salary $93.75; J. Randol f,; ti, filling vat $4.00; W. E. Mosely for In- lo spector5s salary $125.0); C. A. Sullivan N Inspector's salary $250.00; J. P. White to Inspector's sa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 July 1920

SBIENDVIVrLLEI DEMOCRAT =X . ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920 NUMBER SEVENTEEN E1K JESIY SERVICE STABILITY .FIRST % Always Ready!. Money in the bank is always ready-always available. The wise depositor keeps his account growing steadily but at the same time he has the satisfaction of know in'g that it is always available instantly in case of need. A substantial bank account in raiidly changing times like the present is invaluable. Take advantage of our complete'facilities for rendering the highest type of fi nancial service. OFFICERS ,J. W. SHERARD, M. O. COLLINSWORTH, Prsident , Vice-President SI B. R. FELTS, L.E. OZLEY, * Active Vice-Pres. Cashier R. D. SIMS, ,ELGYN HIGHTOWER, Vice-President Ass't Cashier J. S. ANDREYS, L. S. CASKEY, Vice-President Ass't Cashier The Commercial Bank ARCADIA, LA. SE0 DANIEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL MISS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMPKINS . Daniel, Agent WE write every form of Sbid Line Insurance. We represent 35 of the oldest ...

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. — 22 July 1920

.. - - - . THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUITS1E THE PARISHII AI)DV'RTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April II, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. C(O'( K, ............ ............. ............ ......... Editor and Propreitor 'Thi'bs W 'ek w re nailing statements i to nil subscribers who are in arrears. If you reeivell ' a statement look over i ,.arefully, anid if you lindI any errors. Jll,,ase ri'trll'1 samt' promptly for (or rr .(t1441. If there i"P, no error please ittin ih remilttaine to statemleit aali mail prompt'ly in the addressed envel .l,, .ri,nlpanying each statement. .Jist1 ctolsid'er the fact that we are nIw, paying $:1O.0() the ton for new. print paper, which we have bought as low is $.d).) tihe ton, and you will ap preciate our position and the necessity for prompt set...

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. — 22 July 1920

'* I 9 ' ' Beginning and continues until every dollar's worth of Summer Goods are sold. This will be one of the greatest sales ever held in this section of the country and I would advise you to come early and get the pick of the bargains. These goods can not last long at these prices. Below I am quoting a few prices on the thousands of bargains that will be offered at this GREAT UNLOADING SALE. nn ~ ~ , m n ! mm mn  H n an ummreu I a • • • um i f na S , SHOE DEPARTMENT Men's $13.oo Custom Made Oxfords..............$7.95 SMen's $12.oo Custom Made Oxfords............... 6.98 Men's $1o.oo Custom Made Oxfords............... 5.98 Men's $7.50 Oxfords, Sale Price........ 5.48 One lot of BEACON and PACKARD Special Shoes in the following sizes only: No. 5, 5 1-2, 6, 6 1-2, 7, 7 1-2, worth up to $18.oo per pair, lace: and button, sale price..................... 3.98 Ladies' $12.oo Theo, Ties, sale price ............... 7.48 Ladies' $9.00 Pumps, sale price....................... 5.48 Ladies' ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 July 1920

THE DIXIE-OVERLAND NO ITI LONGER A DREAM Construction of the Dixie-Overland Highway from Savannath to San Diego has progressed far enough so that plant are being made for the ofticial open iag. Six years ago. July 17th, 1914, when the first Dixie-Overhlnd meeting was theld in Columbus ai.l the plan for an all-weather, o.,etl to ocean highway proposed, its (ollsmitieUlll lil st'llted a dream, its realization a matter of another generation. vti But today, there is a conttinuous road 1il from Savalnniah I, to u Diego, practical 4 for fair weathher. I ct wet eitghty andl t ninety per it-cil. of it I coistructtled, pi The remlaillnder is ltt'r cotil'truction, Si or will be within a year. ru During 1921, with i thIe exception of ai stretches of road in albout live of the lwj 75 Dixie-O( vertll llighway counties. jg little or no trouble will be found in I. bad weather. I'raetical detours will ihe at providod for Ihese few bad places. et Therefore, the ollivers are plannllilng to 1,l adve...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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