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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 September 1920

, lett'a to thefo tlow eo the tution of 1 'le Voted the same mltted to , State of . O, 11, rlied by r. lve there ý T RMIS i 16ION. 1920 and i pamendment to the Con- in aid ol the State of Louisiana one mill c -the police Jury of escb ation of a the Satate and 'the Orleans Slte f0 ool Board, respectively, to utre t d collect annually a tax for other Sta utposes therein; regulating othSection w tritcts in certain respects; etc Tho rate of special taxation etc., Tha tO maintenance; empowering electors as Parish School Board to ith laectors e, bonds, or other evidences eral Coi w for the purpose of purchasing er the 21 eonstracting, or repairing on thical for school purposes in the ofn thficie 6 Orleans, and for the pay- amendme prinolpal and interest there- one mill Slevy apd dedicate for a period and the ,' wVl# portions of the authorized amendm epealing the amendment to one mill ostittlon proposed by Act 218 that eact of the General Assembly of tided by State of Louisiana and adopte...

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. — 23 September 1920

St 1 NSUI! TO TBE EXAMINER OF STATE BANKS BY THE ank of Bienville BIENVILLE, LOUISIANA ' OHN F. HARRISON, President J. C. PYE, Cashier C. W. (CARSON, Assistant ('ashier AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, SEPT. 8th, 1920 Resourrces Demand loans ............................................. .......................$ 10,673.45 Loans secured by mortgage ... ..................................... 7,800.00 Other loans and discounts ............................. ...... ............. 115,404.:31 United States bonds ............................................ ........ . 13,600.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures ............................ .... ............ . 3,300.00 Due from banks and bankers (other than alovei........ $10,711.28 Checks on other banks ...................... ......... ........... 1,379.82 12,091.10 Gold Coin .................................... .......... ..$ 192.E Silver, nickel and copper coin......................................:........... 470.81 National bank notes and al...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 September 1920

of ht.Mqo ia 1for Judidat jseak, * each sucein .an oopld, tale Town of dradi a; uiaane, to mnforcs Unwesed in the Wth Inees , Ct 0 per cent per ;Imo ss Tb. e ns nm the awesment a the Immovable prop o bi e offered for ntad to In *ioe* Taxes, in. :tr aa41O~a · tLD Aroedla. Value interist and cost ~ anr In t In Ar T .Tue, later and lot in 10.84. 'Dazres, lot in SectI" STaxes, Inter and tot In and stare aditon. Va!. hlws and aost 14csre.. Valuu, I n - cost kin 41 Net Le I': ~~ iiQ yes, attentioan .to: iri09 )M~:*'#r·vt been '-g' bu.n. * in 1L R 1 R ,ý Yt i t , 1 apr4 ·i 4tcnp n local~i ! ,ar 3?' Ly i if · H{I $kkv a~pr 1, trs a { 4. Il std i 2! ý ' s n * .. C,, 4cc -~·~-~ · ·~.Atf.. 4 w ,"ý:. ···:; .;i: ' r ý ý rlý{ý. 7ýý.ý"f ! ýýý.ýýh ý ý. fy.. .,7?r ", . i {) *4'ro d Y*uant lot , ad8Itim . Value $10. tsw and cost $5.29. .,B ake state .-BIsldence and lot it AMredia. Value $1,20.00. Taxes. Inesrt and eost $1 M IWe Butler estate.--Lot 14, block 0, lots 11 and 18, block M. Value $150.0...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 September 1920

?SFLY FROM SAROADIA To ST. LOUIS - gewoi fanelers, sportsmen's organ ido~gs and the plgeon section of the w '. 1Vllted States Mignal Corps are taking Y $ keen interest in the big carrier pig Seon derby to he run Sept. 25 to $t. While the little e'urtier pigon ear-, i:".11 on during the war, serving the .ri y in a valuable way anld winning distinction, his splendid services ar. comparatively little known. But the big race will give the greait sth boost to pigeon flying that. it h1s yet received, even in Belgium. the greatest pigeon racillg co('tlllll'y iij the F ' world, say faniers. Fiv'ie thousa nd birIs in ,pair, will lie releastl from 2.:i( oneities a!nd town: h ewilih: a tul) mile radius of St. Louis. ,They wll bring messages to (Gov. Fred tritck (Gardener of Missouri, fr'n the M ayors or other city itl State ollicials W :;from these towns, which oveer twenty fout S4tates. I; n the big Rexall Pigeon Loft, the -lrgest in the world, built for this iv(ent, are Installed the big ar...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 September 1920

One to White Customers--One to Colored Customers IT'S NO FAKE th Cars will absolutely be GIVEN AWAY on December 31st, at 3:00 p. m. anam going to give to my customers-both white and colored-a real "honest-to-goodness" FORD AUTOMOBILE. And just hink it will not cost you a penny. With every dollar's worth of merchandise bought in my store between now and Decem 31st, at 3:00 p. m. goes an opportunity for you to become the owner of'this car. REMEMBER that besides receiving a bargain in up-to-date merchandise you stand a chance of winning s valuable gift. DON'T FAIL TO' ASK FOR YOUR TICKETS WHEN YOU MAKE A PURCHASE. A Ford Sedan A Ford Touring Car quipped with starter, will be given to the white customer holding the lucky ticket on FRIDAY, DEC., Will be given to the colored customer holding the luck\' ticket on FRI).\Y, I)1CtI\lKR li:st. Spend st. Everybody will have an equal chance. It's a plain GIVE-AWAY. No "Ifs" and "Ands." You your dollars at this store and get a chance on this \uto...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 23 September 1920

WORTH TRYING! Do you know that better FRESH ROASTED COFFEE can be delivered to you by PARCEL POST for less than you are paying? Give us a trial order. For 90c we will send you two pounds of the best Coffee you ever drank. Abel & Asher Co. SHREVEPORT ROASTERS LOUISIANA' REPORT FURNISHED TO TIlHE EX.\MINER OF STATE BANKS BY THE BANK OF RINGGOLD RINGGOLD, LOUISIANA AT THlE ('LOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT. 8th, 1920 (). (a. 'Tlo)MA.\S, P'resident, amtl .. I'. 1.\T('ll:l,(O, (Cashier L. ('. PA( I, \'ic-l 'reideill nt RESOURCES L ns and (is ounlts ...... ............................ .. ....... $274,190.85 )t'erdrfats unseullred ...................... ......... ................... 2,618.91 I'nited States Iornds ....... ........ ........... ........ ...... ................ 15,000.00 Banking house, furnitre al lixturs .............................. ......... 3,139.71 D)ue from hanks and kes other'than lo ..................................... 40,038.9) (;11 oin ......................................

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

SBIEN VIL E EMOCRAT ;ý- E. IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEI ·--- m . Save Your -Savings! Life is before you, young man. Ycu can make it one of comfort and co npe tence, or discomfort and poverty--as you like. Saving your savings will soon put you in the class of comfort, later in tihat of competence, and possibly wealth. "Blowing in" your savings will lead to discomfort in youth and poverty in old age. We Invite You to Open a Savings Account at this Bank The Commercial Bank AR'CADIA . - - - LOUISIANA AeYor Storage Bahttes Wok? If your starter refuses to function and your car balks :occasionally, your Batteries are at' fault. We are equipped to recharge run-down batteries on any make of iar, or if your batteries are beyond repair we can supply iew batteries from stock. ..r Vuleanizing- Department: equipped to repair your casings and inner tubes. and 18ke them like new. New Casings and Tubes carried stock. r repair department i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

iTHE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Artadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $Z00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISHI-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, 191 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COO K, ,.................Editor............ ... .................... dtt r and Propreitor "SHE DI1) WHAT SHE COULD"-WILL, YOU? Christ collnullded the widow whIi gave her mile because she had doli: what she eould. 1hat will Ilt' say of uS at the cl,'r, 1 of the Salva tion Army drive on ()I't 11th? And what will our consienl' say of us? Will we he able to trillth Sfully say, "We have done what w. could ?" To give of our means to help tit poor and needy, the helpless, the dow; and almost out, for the reehiuhlling , the outcast---this is real ('hristianity Won't you give what you e(nll? Bienville Parish is asked to furtnislt $1,800.00 as her parit i ecarrying o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

from week fol ttle son, are aad family, of of relatives yville,° has been er, Mrs, Leonard of Vicksebnrg, her sister, Mrs. aden, of Shreve days .with home Ims, of Bienville, 'and Mrs. W. S. otold heir service. |auditorium while .ielng built. The torn down this work on the new rs were Miss r at Taylor. ir. Chas. Byrd, of the Homer of her sister Sll team, aocom (be teaebeks and went' to Arcadia .and played the there. They etJoyed a very dla team wil' S(Wednesday). *who has been g" the post office has weepted ire Not Looking Sympathy -far be it from" us. i want to call your attention to the fact rs we have been doing business in this d our rent; ad our labor wages; hlped support the church and local Swe have paid taxes for the benefit pity of which we are a part and are a part. e facts we can't see why you should .r from an out-of-town mailorder house you BETTER tOODS, AS LOW eous individual attention to your re SConger ithing for the Home" et Metal Works Ihryeport, lausiana Anythin...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

Annoancement of VITAL INTEREST to Every Member of the Fanili EXTRA SPECIAL! flB.T RO H RSED11VIIL RA!RAD ED To the first FIFTY adult ladies entering our store on the opening L UTo the first FlIFY ladies e day, Wednesday, Oct. 6th at 9:OO 9twius BT0 a. m., we will sell the ih o"Genuofe Best Qualty Granulated Sugar Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Shoes, Lades ' Ready-to-W at of lb t e S horsth atar0ies BE FIRST LADIES! $25J0WJ es ko ......... 9 ~ ~~Men's Work Clothes in the throes of IncomparablePreDstuio!, - A - T I C GIGANTIC, 4, '$ L OUR REASON READ! Notice THE POW[R OF LOW PRlCL IS DEMONSTRATD H Store closed tight, Monday and .... On going over our stock we find we are overloaded with merchandise and with heavy pur- Tuesday, Otc. 4th and 5th, to mark Prices go down! DOWN! DOWN! It's o',r gain. We stand the loss. The Bi down prices and rearrange stock. Boldest and most drastic price revision ever attempted i Bienville Parish. Your do chases for fall soon to arrive, we must...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

ylvest, the Con. of Louisiana 7t of each the Orleans ftepectively, to Ily a tax for e regulating "truin respects; SSpecial taxation Ce; empowering School Board to r other evidences se of purchasing a, or repairing 01 purposes in the 5s, and for the pay id interest there teate for a period of the authorized the a1,ndment to toposid by Act 218 ISO i Assembly of sltlana and adopted. D Ared by the Gen O State of Louis tall the members concurring, That niqmnt to the Con tdeof Louisiana be ere proposed and Il ed electors of a .for adoption or 'at. of the limita d1. mhnicipal tax COfrtitutional pro to0i to the tax for tvided for by the h Act 191 of 1918 of the State e ury of each as excepted) is directed to levy fear 1921 and each aftes for school -tax of one and one dollar of assessed perty within said Aotlelted, the pro ,school board of the hool board of the " smaller tax will # schools, in which shall levy and mmended by the us hereof shall otion, to property ity in a parish ity exem...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

Leather In Cow and Horne Hides. The hide of a cow represents thirty five pounds of leather, and that of a horse a little more than half that amount. $15.00 REWARD will be paid for il formation leading to the recovery of bull dog; white with brown spots on hips and ears. Left home, 4 milcs north of Ashland, about the 28th of Aug., 1920. Anyone knowing the whereabouts please communicate with me and receive reward. CIIARLIE WALLACE, Alberta, La., R. 1, Bx. 23 9-26.2tp -.. -L;LL_ I . ...... . --T I ° 0. X. Y. Acteylene Weld ing, Machine and Boiler Work, Blacksmithing Horseshoeing and Woodwork. All kinds of repair work. PHONE 73 Ardias Welding & Machine Co. EFURD BROS., Owners realis,. - - - Louisiana FARM MACHINERY AND STillage Tools We Bay Direst From the Manufacturer Wallace Tractors Admiral Hay Balers Tractor Plows Gasoline Engines Tractor Dise Harrows Well Cylinders Graders and Ditchers Crist Mills Farm Trucks and Wagons Cane Mills Ensilage Cutters Belting Mowers and Rakes Well ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

|II II I 11111g- -.n Ba ln I m lln InuliI ill. Ill ,]l . Youthful i Distinctive Frocks othfl +++ : Coats for Sgof Wool or Satin Coats for * $49.11 Girls `. and Misses Very Exceptional Values lMade of Silver Tipped . 1 most attractive group that we have marked Bolivia, full fancy silk lined. tat an etrenely molderate price. Interlined. Sscinating, outhful styles in line qulait rico- Co n, Rin r, tine, Scrgc or Satin, showing universally straight vi, a)d . \ (y.d. hilhouette and variations. , 1laboratc beading, silk, yarn or tinsel thread These coats are made to ecibroidcry is used in clever ways and in effec- I please the st fastidious, and Sti~c color contirasts. /. are distinctive styles. "-a'sS The quality is bend que sterling In the fashionable colors of black, n vt,} Zanzi- ne w'na'ng e l e oi quS ' : +:: garment. garment. \ fashionable, becoming, three-button Women interested in a GOOD Dress at a Gordon Fine Silk sodest See these coats now on ds- sack, whch should be ncluded...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 30 September 1920

kEPORT FURNISHED TO THE EXAMINER OF S fE BANKS E BY THE The Commercial Bank ; OF ARCAI)IA. LOUISIANA: AT THE ('ILOSE OF BISINESS SEPT. 8th. 1: ; t;. It. FLT. Vice-Preidet L. 'OZLEY. (:sh'er I. YN lifIll(;I'I'4)lER, and L. S. CSI EY, >st. (';)shier RESOURCES LoTs an. .eisounts ... ..........t IO rllId fts se ( 'rellll ... . ............. ................................ .. . ..... ited Ste o . .............. ........ Other holids, stocks. Senritis (' r............. .......... 1h:itilkill jlAulp.~a4 furtitnridie 111;l t 1 e.tu . . . . .........1.13 ·2I).4I0 () l'lu tu l ,e4... ll'................ . e . ....................... ............. ash, items ... 1 ....1 )Due from banks and hulllnko'. l other tl!;:in ;i 'I ) .. .... )I. S.. . ,, . .... 4:old (will ................... ........................ .  ,2 . S .ilver, nickel amiL (.lo ' 'r 0oi1 ..................... National hanik tnotes amid all is'n! U. ,. (i ,Vt'r1,.lenl (except ld (ertifi atv e I.............. ..... ....... . ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

_HE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT OLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT SSave Your Savings! Life is before you, young man. You can make it one of comfort and con pe ltence, or discomfort and poverty-as you like. Saving your savings will soon put you in the class of comfort, later in that of competence, and possibly wealth. "Blowing in" your savings will lead to discomfort in youth and poverty in old age. We Invite You to Open a Savings Account at this Bank The Commercial Bank h e a; ARCADIA . - - - LOUISIANA INGS OF SPECIAL 1mZTING OF POLICE JURI Aracdia, La., Oct. 2, 1920. Police Jury of Bienville Parish In called session on the above date all members of the body pres : :The body, was called to order b, iresident and the object the meet  inb for the purpose of meeting sOeo. R .Wilson, engineer and sur of the proposed roads to be out of the million dollar bond is. and for the purpose of advertising tracts on said roads and after a discI...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

Drug Store 'Confidence WHEN you want a dish of ice cream, or a told soft drink-a cigar or a can of tobacco, or a. good pipe-a stick of gum or the daintiest of confectionery-reliable complexion special ties or a toilet set-a lead pencil or a box of the choicest stationery-or any of the ilttle daily wants-you just naturally drift around to this store and FIND WHAT YOU WANT. CONFIDENCE creates habit, and a GO()1) habit is an aid to health. Keep coming and keep well. MODERN PHARMACY PHONE 102 ARCADIA, LA. THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY S00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2,25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION ,Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, I879. S, A. COOK,.......... .... ........... .....................Editor and Propreitor ri'. %0 Holding Cotton Condemned : The government does not favor the holding of cott...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

, em 'hundred all and" asfe1 b re resolu Iherman, -Pose vot : r H. N. ?Uolution Board money of Ar thousand, irpose of 1 buildin; . 8 Blen 1 five Sdistrict set aside of said t be paid annum. Fisher, Wbte, are , eertli for said rs. seconded, rd here teacheri of Blen year ra hav and ap corps of force Bienvlle second ously P. Wagner. Mk Lads Marli Miss ktton M. Phil. PK Fay' Miss Mary Jo SHen Mae OHaskey :Neely, anate 4len Vyrtle 4~aeb t etal Works hryqport, Luisiana Anything in Sheet Metal. Badliator Shop in the south. ry; in&. on .Shreveport, La. 6vi ., - • . - . ....'- a . ,tt ilwe h~ve agood ·- .· / -. . . . ,. -. ,,:- F." "k,e-· line o Stapl 4 c1 - L S, sainey Wal. !od6e Jones. r -e SSyhooL--Gus Stroops, i " Lesade Oliver. - . Lebanon School.-Mlss Mae Per Mi. Olive School--Miss Louella Tip ton, Miss Mabel Vernon. Beulah School.-E. B. Snead. Bunker Hill School.-Miss Ariie Towns. Sidth School.-- Miss Janie Worlrell. Salles School.--l'urviis IMaIllun, Hope School.-Mrs. ('. ....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

YOU AR COIDIALLY INVITED To VISIT OUR INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE EXHIBIT at the Dallas State Fair, Oklahoma State Fair, Oklahoma City, Cotton Palace, Waco. We invite all our thirty thou sand former students, their friends, and those interested in America's larg est business training school to visit our booth in the Exposition Building, and see our splendid exhibit which has wort first honors at state fairs, in four dif ferent states. Our exhibit will be in teresting and educat!onal to old and young. We will have demonstrations on some of the' nost modern office ap pliances which ag taught in our school, exhibit of student's work in Bookkeeping, Business Training, Short hand, Typewriting, Business Finance, Penmanship, Cotton Classing and Tele. graphy. A visit to our exhibit will show you why we have the largest school of the kind in America, you will see clearly why.it is that we can make you a more practical and thorough stenographer In. three and one-half months with the famous By...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

ylvest. I to the Con of Louisiana try 'of each the Orleans j$lpectively, to lYa tax for sin; regulating ' tain respects, Ipeclal taxation oe; empowering Shool Board to other evidences of purchasing t, or repairing purposes in the and for the pay ad intetest there ate for a period of- the authorized the awrndment to Posd by Act 218 Cmt Assembly of flana and adopted. 7 ved by the Gen SB ta of Louis 1 the members concurring, That ent to the Con of Loulslant be fe7 proposed and fled electors of for adoption or I of the limita a municipal tax 0oaltitutional pro on to the tax for . fed for by the b Act 191 of 19183 y of the State li. jury of each lans excepted) is ditected to levy at 1921 and each fter for school tax of one and one Adetlar of assessed lrty,within said colleted, the pro soo_0l board of the 0o board of the i)'smaller tax will obhools, in which shall levy and mended by the hereof shall lion. to property lity in a parish 4 exempt under behial taxation, tlve authority, ainuta...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 7 October 1920

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS FROM GIBSLAND 1 Mrs. George Roberson is visiting friends here this week. Miss Mary Drago was the week-end guest of relatives in Monroe. Miss Lily Mizelle spent last week ii Ruston, the guest of Mrs. Ray. Miss Sue Willie Carr left Monday for Jackson, Miss., where she will mnter college. Mrs. W. 8. Row went to Homer. Monday for medical treatment from br. Gibson. Mr. Don Stewart, of Minden, was the guest of hiscousiln, Miss Ruth Mims on Sunday. Miss Ethel Davenport, of Dubberly and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Summers, of Shreveport, spent Sunday with Dr. an( Mrs. E. M. Lafltte. Miss Ruth Byrd writes that she is well pleased at Henderson-Brown Col loge in Arkadelphia, Ark., and is en Joying college life. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Lafitte are leav lug this week fOr Jennings, where they will make their future home. Thy (Iibsland people very much regret t see them leave. Among those went over to Shrevepor to the big show Monday, were, Messrs Edd Reed, Blanchard and Leslie Ham tie...

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