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

,. !I I IVmI U ___ - Look' Wha We Are Going To Give Aw I ThisFord Sedan S-equipped with Self-Starter -. -.... will be yours if you trade with with us and get the lucky ticket. A The Fc d ,r "*Ai ,em and demno tabe.: wh yinthe vote given with every dollar spent year has no equal n~s n :c nt. . ofa5 ar. as it we"ther it .PMen's Suits Reduced Women's, Men's and Chil it an open car in p.s .. in clemen ideal for soial "fu: . " t- chiren t hc ,' I 1;coy, ato schoole , ic, $35, $40, $45 and up to $85 Reduced and above al, co - matennc, Ua h a-l o are all Reduced Sestre gti a,:. . ii . . for·" ,, t, -: 'd .... do' Buy your fall Clothing for on. r-:b yod e it. tu have THE PICTURE BELOW IS AN IIASTRTION '; Remember you and Shoes from an exclus FORD SEDAN WE ARE (GOING TO .': ORGIVE AWAY. ! to pay regular priceto get *ive store it you want Style and ... " _ tickets. Quality. __ I "M'jArcadia TS .R.S NW O- ,AOR, We have decided to reduce every Wefl ly Laeat t ,. suit i our house, the bs b w b ...

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. — 7 October 1920

1Il Suit of white serge with black trim. Orchid organdie dress embroidered in mings, showing plaited skirt caught rose made over a black taffeta o band at bottom. foundation. IMEAS IN GOWNS ' FROM THE STAGE Actresses in Paris Provide In teresting Fashions That [ Attract Attention. TAILOR-MADE SUIT POPULAR Outfit, Although the Most Expensive, s Is Quite in the Limelight- r Blouse Comes Into its ti Own Again. h The wide skirt is dying hard In S .. Paris, owing to the popularity of the 1 i .i house of Jeanne Lanvln, who dresses many chic Parisiennes. The fact that It Wa i,,lvin who launched the hip extended full skirt and that she has persisted In exploiting it Is doubtless I' the reason why certain women con- 0 tinue to accept that style, writes a . prominent Paris fashion correspond- 0 This fashion is noted especially ." among the actresses In Paris, some of t the most important of whom are k dressed by lanvino. This is partly due ( to their fidelity to the dressmaker, as p It is. q...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

F + i . t .. s .. 1.t 7E MO.R A T BIENVILLE EMOC VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY.NINE . .. . -:" . . . +II (i I Sve Your Savings! o Life is before you, young man. You Iy can make it one of comfort and compe- t tence, or discomfort and poverty--as you like. ft Saving your savings will soon put you in the class of comfort, later in that to of competence, and possibly wealth. of tr "Blowing in" your savings will lead as to discomfort in youth and poverty in old age. P1 di We Invite You to Open a Saving Acut at this luak b The Commercial Bak ARCADIA LOUISIANA ' [Pu C According to our idea, there  : are two things which niake Grocery Store-Pure Groceries and Prompt Service. i!A trial order placedwith us will prove to you that we have realized opr standard of success. u are ding to the proserity of of this town *id of ytef when you trade with us. A'ADIA, LOUISIANA :. II,,'  ". 'NMW IN 351EV ýd'Haper spent Sunday at Walker, of Si...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

W SOF CASTOR* TO <SH3AH, AT. HIGH SCHOOL a 4t:Mt. Leon White, of Castor, La., who ipa  the month of July visited the In: . svelties of Illinois, Iowa anid d - : sln, together with 150 othelr :...  and girls from Louisiana on an i A Guctiolnal tour, will visit the seven n igh schools, of Bienville Parish nex c ' Week and tell his experience on this . : trip. The object of this trip was t1 i give the boys and girls of Louisiana an insight to the wonderful live stock and agricultural development of the -three states visited. Mr. White wil, address the schools and the public is also invited to be present. Following are the dates of his speak Rctober 19, Arcadia at 9:00 o'clock ., (lit,siand at 11:00 o'clock; Brycelanid s at 3:0. o'clock. October 20, Bienville at 10:01 o'clock; Saline at 3:00 o'clock. S October 21, Castorant 10:00 o'chock' Ringgold at 2:00 o'clock. U, S. DISTRICT COURT, WESTERN B UDISTRICT OF LOUISIANA-IN BANKRUIPT(Y. . l In the matter of David B. Smith, Bank- hi i$...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

r , ° " t. .ylvet. to the Con- o -f Louisiana °1 'i'i of each Ms4 the Orleans rebtively, to ually a tax tort a S i; regulating Ortatn respects; i pecial taxation 81 ef; empowering el  hoo Board to :or other evidences so of purchasing o sig, or repairing a purposes in the andfor the pay- a d intetest there- o te for a period of the authorized the air ndment to ropood by Act 218 ot 8aergl Assembly of y thant and adopted. t - rolved by the Gen te State of Louis -Sf all the members g concurring, That d ut to the Con to of Louisiana be L eby proposed and i tl4led electors of Sfor adoption or vely. of the limits sai municipal tax constitutional pro on to the tax for lded for by the by Act 191 of 1918 I mbly of the State police Jury of each P Orleans excepted) is ad directed to levy year 1921 and each sitter for school $ tax of one and one dollar of assessed rioperty within said c Seolected, the pro- 1, # school board of the e Sslchool board of the tl t a smaller tax will a le Schools, i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

UNCURBED UNDERPRICINGS/ UNBELIEVAD Rea Mn!Red!WE HARDLY HAD OUR DOORS OPEN THURS T D Io you realize the magnitude and greatness of this DA YW E AflO OFBR IN!IADP0- T hissaehsbnasmhigucssndpcshy wonderful MONEY RAISING SALE. Do you want DA 1', WENAMOB OF BARGAIN.MAD PEmldawaor neitoflieas thr o agc *to buy IDry Goods, Clothin;, Shoes, Groceries-in many A Dbuyers!aefudotsnete aesatd tses instances below factory cost? Remember the sale only PLE SWARMED SWIRLED SEE THED IN . possible that wjcould forerices d ow o ,w last NSIX MORE DAYS! havesucee.NwrateGodnHv'oi A1CTI QUICK! COMIE! BUY! SAVE! TO OUR STORE UNTIL WE WERE for m.ieseandeSAVe . CROWDED TO SUFFOCATION....mJAMMED TO THEDO ONEYor fiedsSoap Flour Coffee Crisco Salt'E LYu Nilhr thsExport, Silk a n d Perfection Brand. 5 lbs. Very B e s t Large Size Bucket ioo Pound Sack of H N thttiisteLennox-6 48 lb. Sack Green. Special Extra Special Fine quality ERY biggest selling event ever stag- bars for now price, now at Saltth SaelssQ ed in...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

SrJoe Payne; of Jennings, friends here. Vise, of Bossier City, vls Ikm and others, unday. t Royal viited his son, Mr. Royal, of Shreveport, the past Sallie Strong was among ou: 'visitors to Gibsland Satur : R. H. Colvin. of Simsboro. visit ~ Mrs. Clarence Wall Saturday and SSidney Wallace, our principal ed homefolks at Ruston from Fri ntil Sunday. 'rs. Pat Harris, of Homer, is visit in the home of Mr. E. D, Harris a few days. Mr. Everette I)avis, of Oil City, vis lited his mother Saturday, returning t., ils work on Sunday. ~ Mr, Dudley Harris, Sr., and Mr. W . McCluskey, left MondIay for a few . 78ys outing on D)auchite. Mrs. John I'arr and childrenl of IObsla d, 'were among Mrs. W. '.: 'Iall s Sunday visitors. Mr. a d Mrs. C(larence Miller : re It be num leredl among our new resihdent having moved here the past weetk. A fine baby girl came to make hlet b.-home with Mr. and Mrs. W. \\'. Mc l. UIuskey, Sept. 25th and shall he nam .* for her two grandmothers, Lucy ~Alice. " ;I. Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

CHARTEI of Atadia Iee Fuel Companyj Ine. State of Loulsiana, Parish of Bienville. Be It Known and Remembered; That on this the 7th day of October, A. D., 1920, before me, L. E. Ozley, a Notary Public in and for said Parish and State, duly commissioned and sworn) came and appeared Bertram F. Bar nette, Lawrence Daniel, Iko Daniel, J. A. Bryan, J. M. Tompkins, R. W. tOzlcy, .1. B. Hlerring, B. A. Brewer, .1. L. Mc('lellan. 8. A. conger, Jas. A. ('askey, J. E. Currie, H. L. Mitchell, IA'bt IDavis, Mrs. H. L. Mitchell, J. B Dreyer, R. H. Madden, R. H. Madden, Jr.I L. L. Williasm, Miss Ella Mc Guire, W. D. Yarbrough, W. A. Austin, F. A. G;ivens, S. J. McGuire, B. E. Lowery, C. E. Lowery by B. E. Lowery, Dave Hoffman. . M.. Collinsworth. B. C. Aycock, E. H. Fisher, Fred W. Pente cost, Mrs. M. R. Anderson, Fred W. Pentecost, Jr., Jas. R. Butler, Ray P. Day and Night Phones 892 Roll Osborn & Sonrs UNDERTAKERS 714 Texas St. • Shrevepart, La I ,m m s .m . .ssmSn Smn • • n m Fordson Farm T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

Ar Going One Better Than Henry F ord--When Mr. Ford Reduces The Price On Fords, We Give'Em Away! THE TWO BEAUTIFUL CARS SHOWN IN THIS AD WILL BE GIVEN AWAY DEC. 31 AT THIS STORE! II'ITH I'ERY DOLLAR SPENT YOU WILL RECEIVE ONE CHAINCE ON THE CAR! -THE CLOSED CAR TO TI'HE WHITE1 PEOPLE-THE PLAIN TOURING C,1R TO THIIE COLORED PEOPLE! Beginning Saturday, of this week, we will give one chance on the car for every dollar collected on accounts. Remember if you do not want to S TO THE COLOED FOLKS make a purchase, just dorp around and slip us a few dollars to apply on STORIG CAR GOE TO THE COLOour account and receive your tickets. CIAL MEN'SSUITS 20Per entReduction n Ladies'and Children's )LADIES! JUSTLOOK! areare offering from $5.00 to $7.o00 discount on our HIGH TOP SHO S We have just received a new lot of Serge and Tricotine 's Suits. This is not old stuff. We simply bought more dresses that we are selling at $22.90. These are $3o, $35 than we can sell at regular prices and we have there...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 October 1920

pgºR 41 MRS BATH 310w Is On Saturday, October 9, 1920, God called .into the glorious rest He had prepared for her, Mrs. Kate Brice, of Arcadia, La. She was born July 25, 1868 and was married Sept. 1, 1887 to Johaye Brice. To this union were born nine children, seven of which survive. residing in different places. To pay tribute to her in any one or all of the various relatjons which she sustained, is a task to which those enjoying her closest friendship hards ly feel equal A sufferer more or less and almost constantly for years, and especially 1 during the past year, she could scarce ly recall a day of perfect health. Test ed in countless other ways, such as the cares of her children, besides, her life had been fraught with trials which made her rich in experience, and hav ing been drawn by her own needs to a prayerful study of God's word and a childlike trust in him. She was converted and joined the Presbyterian Church in 1890. Two years later joined the M. P. church in which she l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

-...-. .,, -. , - .:.. i B IENV IL DEMOCRAT Ix ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THW RSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920 NUMBER THIRTY ve, Your Savings! Life is before you, young man. You can make it one of comfort and comnpe tence, 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 Dank The Commerial Bank. ADIA LOUISIANA According to our idea, there aretwo things Swhich make l..ocery Store.-Pre Groeries Prompt Service. : -orfalor 4 ith us will prove to you that our standard of succss. . the prospeity ofof thds town - her mic with us. ... .. . . . ... :& NB' ! A M ' at t to pw'Oment. Yt. an .lise, ! pau"a t Mt. Lacs. Vpiup nrj,·l~lbwin b Ha nmbuds tA luit ba *Wei a fm two wk . of 11R ca1W. -I ii r r v ý 1 F, f ý' ··· w r 71. + * G GA k :.?" F·a - ·;.- r, Y...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $200 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April I1, 1912 at the postoflice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879 S. A. COOK ........ ................ ...................Editor and Propreitor Man's best friend is his conscience, if he will only give heed to its prompt ings. No man ever goes wrong without his t conscience hurting him in the begin ning. It is only when he fails to heed its warnings that he finds himself in i the mire of the road that leads to I moral destruction. Even when he has sunk to the depths of depravity there are times when its t still voice is heard, urging him to for- I sake his evil ways and walk again in the path of honor from which he stray Scd. Self respect often dies, but .con science seldom does. Something New "There is nothing new under the sun."...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

goli to the elnons 01der to give y they may be and file of the that great sa nothing and therefore I as Sfeeted,;by these tir organic law, than any other tipayer of the ull" to obtain so far I have four elasses fry politicians 1 especially in the t of the Corpora lterests who hope to 0o0 advantage or ] W fundamental law. ,olowere," or these , some tempor- I eISvantion is in ses- I .apect to be dele Convention' is held tons to this, I Col. Frank P. t and Judge`Reid, of nrnk and file, those Iosly silent. "4 Aye cltzens and e '~reeincts how they l) ton, and three of s n It a thought, v to it, and this p taken as a very :ttfitude throughout lly In the rural dpple are too much .toblems of eco lauch attention to they be matters in daily con. the last Dill ventlon was tration of -the bill, and before the ° the propos- 1 in the before the Htoe fouse of d was' 'tQ I don't I vtP the last that nore ho "the laws toi t the tnkly oit as men i tt and the ts "tat, yet if yo ati till find all th&a...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

CBARTEU of Areadia Itc & Fuel Company. Inc. State of Louisiana, Parish of Blenville. Be It Known and Remembered; That on this the 7th day of October, A. D., 1920, before me, L. E. Ozley, a Notary Public in and for 'said Parish and State, duly commissioned and sworn, came and appeared Bertram F. Bar nette, Lawrence Daniel, Leo Daniel, J. A. Bryan, J. M. Tompkins, R. W. Ozley, J. B. Herring, B. A. Brewer, J. L. McClellan, S. A. Conger, Jas. A. Caskey, J. E. Currie, H. L. Mitchell, Bert Davis, Mrs. H. L. Mitchell, J. B Dreyer, R. H. Madden, R. H. Madden, Jr., R. L. Williasm, Miss Ella Mc. Guire, W. D. 'Yarbrough, W. A. Austin, F. A. Givens, S. J. McGuire, B. E. Lowery, C. E. Lowery by B. E. Lowery, Dave Hoffman, M. O. Collinsworth, B. C. Aycock, E. H. Fisher, Fred W. Pente cost, Mrs. M. R. Anderson, Fred W. Pentecost, Jr., Jas. R. Butler, Ray P. Oden, J. N. Smelley, B. R. Felts, W. L. Atkins, Lawrence E. Daniel by Lawrence Daniel, S. H. Madden, P. A. McGuire, Jos. Dawidoff, Mrs.Jos...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

. Sylvest to the Con. of Louisiana Jary of each ilhd tea Orleans rPepeetively, to tally a tax fto erein; regulating 0ertain respects; Sspecial taxation ce; empowering School Board to "Or other evidences of purchasing g, or repairing purposes in the and for the pay interest there cate for a period of the authorized the air ndment to 4'ropos d by Act 218 ersa Assembly of Islana and adopted. resolved by the Gen S.,the State of Louis Of all the members Xouse concurring, That Smandment to the Con e,tate of Louisiana be hereby proposed and . quftilfed electors of sulana for adoption or ndment. ively of the limita. S tad municipal tax constitutional pro Ittion to the tax for provided for by the ed by Act 191 of 1918 nembly of the State police jury of each Orleans excepted) is and directed to levy year 1921 and each etreafter for school ) taex of one and one dollar of assessed property within said % collected, the pro school board of the school board of the t a smaller tax will the school...

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. — 21 October 1920

PQ.ICE JURY PROCEEDINGS a ti Arcadia, La., Oct. 2, 1920. On motoin duly seconded the fol lowing resolution was offered: Be It Roslved; By the Police Jury of Blenville Parish in legal session con vened; That D. M. White, the presi- s dent of the Police Jury be and he is hereby authorized and instructed to sign a note at the Commercial Bank of Arcadia, to cover the accumulated [ expense of the sheriffs office to date. n On roll call the resolution was adopted by the following vote of the body: U Yeas-Bert Davis, J. H. Thurmond, J. F. Allums, W. H. Bogan, A. G. Whit low and J. H. King. Naes-None. t Absent-None. Aeeeptaee of State and Federal Aid Extract from the minutes of the meeting of the Police Jury of Bien ville Parish held this 2nd day of Oct., 1920. Be It Remembered; That the Police Jury of Bienville Parish, State of Louisiana, met in the courthouse in the City of Arcadia, Blenville Parish, t Louisiana, on the above date, in call ed session , with the following mem- e hers prese...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

MIL D. BruJr. :: TA.3 A Mr. Henry James, of Sailes, was in Areadia last week. di it , Mrs. W. M. Deas spent the day in b >Shreveport last week. iMr. Reginald Hightower, of Homer, b dU a Sunday visitor. p Miss Jessye Candler, of Shreveport, visited her mother a few days ago. Attorney Tinsley Gilmer, of Shreve port, was a business visitor in town I on Tuesday. Mr. R. E. Fuller and Mrs. Fuller, and son, of Dubach, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Byrd last Sunday. Iron Beds-I have lots of them, and will give very attractive prices to any one who wants to buy-J. L McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howell have had as recent visitors, Rev. J. T. Sailes, of Monroe, and Mr. Foose, of Sweetwater, Texas. FOR SALE--2 h.p. Witte Gasoline Engine. $35.00. BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT, Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fisher, of Shreve port, were guests on last Friday until Sunday, of their mother, Mrs. F. T. ,,Taylor.' 1" per cent reduction on all Furni. re. . A. ONGR. Your lotf Leak? Let us tell you how to sa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 October 1920

LU S OF O"EOROETf Among the new blouses are some that have a abort peplum and many that are embroidered with small col. ored beads. Here Is one that com bines both these features In the fall styles, and you will notice that its sleeves are three-quarter length, and n that It has a sash of ribbon that ties with bow and ends at the left aide. h It Is made of dark georgette. ID___ _i _ _ti FOR WEAR AT SCHOOL 1 Yetr wear at school, or wherever repghlr servlce Is renured, little girli ar = with pretty but plain *oft sreply decorated. Here Is one sude of velours and trimmed with a iNle needlework In- long and short stihea and emboiodered daisies, about the lower edge .of the bodice, Ta plain skirt Is gathered in to the waist. Dresses of this kind are made .IdWO r Wit te stitchery in mtmstlna shades. HIATS FOR STREET WEAR histi" - .uosuehdl'a"ter ~. ~. oe W ,, SHATS SMILE AT WINTER *Bi 7 VF se The young daughters o m mothers will wear lovely beaver and " felt hats this winter, trimmed wit...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

BIE 8V ILL '' EMORAT ARCADIA...PRISH, L I .S .. -,._.,X.._:ARCADIA,. BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1920 NUMBER THIRTY ONE our Savings! ;: Life is before you, young man. You can make it one of comfort and colope tence, or discomfort and poverty-as you like, Saving your savings will soon put you Sin 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 Saving l tC(!u r llJ l k .. . ISIANA od Health IS FOSTERED BY GOOD EATING .** * , EATING IS POSSIBLE ONLY RE. YOU -HAvi QUALITY FOOD. iw. of god fooduadm fh will make yous a '-p 4.~ jbbt i~ R Li agb So 1h* tr 4 a~*M. I` iI ; r 1y. w i ;·- auitI'T h ; I ý dý g, a,ýr * s 4 ·: - n ,l l· ý ý Y yzy h. s~yýý ' " ýý : r+ý," "'1r' p ý .: ý .. ` ý ý+'6ý°ý + o` v :f i " N2· CASE INVOLVING $5,O*,00 IN COURT HERE A case which has attracted much in terest over the state came up before the Blenville cou...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

::~ý ý IEV1t THURSDAY A .drffstn Rates on Application Aitered as Second Class Matter, April .-, 1912 at the postoffce at Arcadia, ti t1a lnder the Act of March 3, 1879. SA. COOK,........ Editor and Proprietor Thes Constitutloual Convention Many have asked us how we stood on the call for the proposed constitu tional Convention. We answered this shortly after the call for the conven tion was made. The more we study the proposition. the more firmly we are opposed to the holding of a constitutional convention under the provisions of the present call. We are in favor of a new constitu tion, and we believe this is true of the majority of the people. But we do not favor a new constitution that will be drafted under the dominating in fluence of one man, as will be the case unless the proposed convention is voted down- next Tuesday. Neither do we favor a new constitution drafted ¢ by any set of men, no matter how hon orable or able they may be, that is not to be submitted to the people for t...

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