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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

S>1 G# A electeh d to the follow he1 guor d~3 o te I tution of I 41St e b Voted the same -tho org reil y mitted to - N_ nO. state of -AIo i~~~iiii~~~~iiIn "adds TNO. . erised by -8o Mr. Slve there is * o ~ IJI~t 1920 and ~UfSOL IOnNmern in aid o' * anendemnt to the Con- one mili f tthe State o f llouisiana tion a fll the police jury of each Sate of tha  ate and the Orleans Surate o SBoard, respectively, to uired th d colloect nually a tax to o ther .&urposes therein; regulating Section districts in ertaln respects, etc., Tha the rate of special taxatlon shall be T 1 malintenance; empowering electors as Parish School Board to with law teb, bonds, or other evidences eral Coni for the purpose of purchasinl , the 21 oonstructinl, or repaitrlng offllicial 1 for school purposes in the on the Orleans, and for the pay- amendme Of principal and interest there- one mill Slety and dedicate for a period and the ors~5 portions of the authorised amendme spid repealing the anr.ndment to ...

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. — 28 October 1920

ltJ.r it ,," .....-L umjj~ // j lIl3i.'!I I' or,}~.L16. 1, .~t1 l)l iI Thlrteenq¥ w~'lad.il t `f IVJj( "'qsi 10 r09rr sl( b , , i,:, , ap.y, At Pa~lnmetios,- s .e.ow . .,I !Wl~O~nPa.--Frederlck San 'te, ti':df Dr. and Mrs. C. L. San 0,-. ii ". {r 0 1 # 't, who, at the age of thirteen, will 'leave town in a few days to enter Harvard university, is the Babe Ruth of his baseball team. And his par ents are Just as proud of that, if not prouder, than the fact that their soft will be among the youngest regular students ever to enter Harvard. "I'd rather play ball than eat." is Frederick's way of expressing it, show ing that he reads the sporting pages as well as his textbooks in French; Spanish and analytical geometry. Frederick is an only son. His par ents are of English descent. His fa ther is a physician, as was his grand father. His mother was a teacher. The parents' idea is that their son is not precocious, but much like other boys, except he knows how to con centrate and is wil...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

Pacific Ocean Amazon River. Granta Concession to Big Sml4cate to Develop Resources S of Fertile Land, flago.-Construton n of a railway would connect the Pacific ocean W .the Amazon river, serving the S ics of Ecuador, Colombia and j;suela on the north, and Peru, Bo a, and Brazil on the south, is In vedin a concession which has been ': lauthorized by the Ecuadorean govern ,tient. Authority for the construction Of the railway, according to a Chilean Weekly, was obtained from the gov ernment at Quito by Ignacio Leon, fbrmer Chilean diplomat, for a syndi cate capitalized at $25,000,000, mem bers of 'which include many prom* nent Chileans. The route would start from Port Bolivia on the Pacific and run to Port Borza on the Amazon. The proposed railway, in addition to serving a zone bordering on what is said to he among the best petroleum bearing districts in Peru, would afford a means of qpn naeting the four large and isolated provinces of southern Ecuador, with 500,000 inhabitants, with...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

of Areada Ien A Fuel Company. Inc. State of Louisiana, 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 )aniel, Leo Daniel, J. A. Bryan, J. M. Tompkins, R. W. Osley, 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 Me. Guise, 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. 0. 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.Dawi doff, Si...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

Per Cent Reduction on Ready-to-Wear an . Ladies' and Children's Shoes Tickets Given For Money Paid on Account For every dollar paid on account you receive one chance on the automobiles we are going to give away on Dec. 31st. Also a chance for every dollar spent in cash in our store. Both these Cars Given Away Abso lutely Free. Ask About Them (5 Paaaenser Tourlnl Car) THIS CAR FREE TO THE WHITE FOLKS THIS CAR FREE TO COLORED FOLKS New Arrivals for Your Approval Save 20 Cents on the Dollar Save 20new and attractive lot of Ladies' Waists. Dreses and Sweaters. These We are giving our customers a 20 per cent reduction on Ready-to-Wear, and Ladies' Child- Just received a and ren's Shoes and Furs. This is new up-to-date Merchandise and bought to sell at much gods are unxelld and bound to please you in both priceand uality Come inand tae higher price. This reduction given for cash only. t' JQ V (ATTV We handle nothing but ut onw or job lot, J S. cCONATH standard make-goods. but new uto date...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 October 1920

ZiIT fOR EEL DATA P :"anlsh Scientist Hopes to Gather Interesting Information. -iks for Spawning Eel, Something That Has Never Yet Been Seen Quick Death After Maturity. Cardiff, Wales. - Dr. Johannes Schmidt, a Danish scientist, is search Iag the Atlantic between the Azores ad the West Indies for splawning fresh water eels, which the eyeof man .. has never seen. This announcement was made by Dr. W. A. Herdman, pro lessor of oceanography at Liverpool university, in his presidential address before the annual conference of the British asociation. "All the eels of the streams and lakes of northwestern Europe," Doc tor Herdman said, "live and feed and grow under our eyes without reproduc Ing their kind-no spawning eel has ever been seen. After living for years in immaturity, at last near the end ,of their lives the large male and fe male yellow eels undergo a change in appearance and in nature. They ac quire a silvery color and their eyes enlarge, and in this bridal attire they commen...

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. — 4 November 1920

I THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT SOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSIYAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920- NUMBER THIRTY-TWO Save Your Savings! Life is before you, young man. You can make it one of comfort and compe. tence, or discomfort and poverty--as you like. S 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 Yo to Open a Savings The Commercial Bak ARCADIA . . .. - LOUISIANA Good Heal th IS FOSTERED BY GOOD EATING o00D EATING IS POSSIBLE ONLY f WHERE YOU HAVE QUALITY FOOD. SIlTUlFFS. Our house of good foodstuffs will make yous a < home of good healthl MEET US HALF WAY - e 16 Auto Delivery S. •* LOUISIANA ,·t. _ II Pq~s(;at Ohuathb a -S {d'. 15 4w~ bBw ~Tb :'~i+P~i wai I~~r4 S*1 (t Pt the l ope r Dr. LeGear Remedy Ietfrm yw dealer, on a satisfaction or rioetl.tik oAfer. (Adv.) LAND ITO 3YS NE W I --- [ The eitsem ot (itimlnd ar...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 November 1920

UVILLE DEMOCRAT HED "VEPI THURSDAY SA etising Rates on Application as Second Class Matter, April , .1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, - Oder the Act of March 3, 1879. - A. COOK,....... Editor and Proprietor '" * * * * * ** l * * * I NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS * * * * D ome time ago we mailed out * * statements to all who owed us for * * subscriptions to the Democrat. * * The response by our subscribers * a was indeed gratifying. But there * * were some who neglected or have * * overlooked sending in their remltt- * a* sce, while a few other subscrip- * * tions have become due since the * * statements weer mailed. To thoes * * who owe, we urgently request that " you send us your remittance by" * return mail, or hand it in in per * son as early as possible. We ask " * this for tree reasons: * 1st.--Because the Democrat is *. your home and parish paper, and * is worth the money. * " 2nd.-Because publishing a news- ' * piaper is an expensive proposition * i which requires the money. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 November 1920

-s~-Strli23l~i'i AT iiý Gi~~ reet tot - . . . -claimed fora a :..hei A. K, Society of the Ebenezer Invented In F t391 "ste4 a Hallowe'en program yellow glass Ir II cerowd Saturday night, Oct. reflector that .collectin 00 t .the progral twenty-two bo h c had been prepared by the girls, teachers and girls of the Ity were sold for $72.00" Da and ' IL 3. Lacy contributed a cake ,was to be given to the prettiest lady, receiving the most votes. .Mabel Vernon and Jessie Quinn pOt up as contestants and Miss reeelved the greatest number *eotes $24.15 was realized from the "I of votes. This money is to be d for the benefit of the school. The tto of Knowledge" ,is to be placed 714 Ti in the school immediately. TAYLOR HiAPPPENING$ -8 SSev"eraw l townmen have just returned roifL a deer hunt on Tensas and re ar't four deer to their credit ' Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knightoll went to ' ,Arcadia the past week shopping. Great crowds are going from here i< -tbe fair every day. IlMrs. C Webb and children ...

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

,U. at '$65,000 worth of New The Arcaai Nothing will be reserved. Merchandise will be Early buying will Sacrificed Aradia o mean best bargains f.Louisiana_____ F E HERE when the sale opens and get new and stylish merchandise at a reduction equal to almot half the market price. This sale gives you the best values ever offered here. $65,000.00 worth of new goods to be offered, re gardless of what they cost us-for we mut raise money. Buy, and buy freely. Our loss is your gain. You will need these goods for Fall and Winter use. Buy them now. You have heard much of war time dollars buying less than half as much as they used to buy. You have beard too, a great deal about manufacturers' red~uctios. The truth is, there have bmee smie rcductions but not enough to make a large dilference. But WE ARE: GO Yeibe ING TO MEET YOUR EXPECTATIONS. It is our policy to keep pace with the ries, d on outo our customers beneft of the ructio in prices. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL OUR STOCK I$ DISPOSED O...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 November 1920

t4. i.. n and Remembered: That b th day of October, A. D., re me, L. E Ozley, a Notary ,-i and for said Parish and iy commtissioned and sworn, "ld appeared Bertram F. Bar Laftwrence Daniel, Leo J)anlel, "Bryan, J. M. Tompkins, R. W. J '. B. Herring, B. A. Brewer. LMcClellan, 8. A. Cooger, Jas. A. I,. . Currie, H. L. Mitchell, Davis, Mrs. H. L. Mitchell, J. B at, I. 1. Madden, R. H, Madden, I, LI, Williasm, Miss Ella Mc W. D. Yarbrough, W. A. Austin, A.' (Givens, S. J, McGuire, B. E. cry, C. E. Lowery by B. E. Lowery, eHoffman, M. 0. Collinsworth, B. ] Aycock, I. Fisher, Fred W. Pente Oat, Mrs. M. R. Anderson, Fred W. P!tecost, Jr., Jas. R. Butler, Ray P. J . N. Siuelley, B. ItR. Felts, W. L: Atkins, Lawrence E, Daniel by ree Daniel, 8. . Madden, P. A. tla, Jo. Dawldoff, Mrs.Jos.Dawi, Sofi, Simeon Dawidoff, Victor M. Dawi 10I [, D, . Brown, Jr., 0, H. Goldman, wi' "s. G. H. Goldman, J. B. Bryant, lIarfence Daniel, J. B. McConathy, B. D. Rlms, Carl Goff, Robert Goff by C'arl Goff, ...

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. — 4 November 1920

41 15 i~ ~:~, Wil -DAY -uc ll/ Wtto'ita SCIoL R Saturday, Nov.13 for S Amiisit]e Day Bov Our LuckyN SHOPPERS* B . , ,s y.',, ,; J [ i, o ~ARCADIA, 110So oof Geea N nsting of Shoes fQr the entire Family, Men's and boys' CIoting, Pants Shirts, Overalls, Underwear, Sweatr adies' Reay-t. Wa. aQsiery,. Outing, Percals, Wool dress Goods, Silks, Blankets, Rain Coats, Hand Bags, Dishes, Harness, Hard-n lea ,to, ~~hoea insiery,.OigPras WoDes$lkB ware .... iftMa~,in~, Soves, Gatwae ad hudrd of other 'things impossible to name here. The fact is our entire an>'-~ ~ W he .Stovesl co raiear , 110 -, 1k t h6.ki"s . 0 M.* pa mn'to many items a are etualy below cost, and being ofIerd now wheny an n of winter u whn money Is . You need the oods end we need the cash E"yt . e hie FA"TAC No funk or cheapy wille Our wordssh.ll ou :. . , -IIIA- I J1,n cash, no..acwlnt or bond. honestweight en48a coudu ntertSbuprwornll~ fpfer t tok tof Ibt new collecting, means a a n d measures--no Bef'for *qipe Iseo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 November 1920

Ex-Service Men and itizens xWELCOME! To Arcadia on Armistice Dy, Thursday, November 11th . We especially invite all ex-service men to make our store their headquarters while THIS CAR FREE TO THE WHITE FOLKS here. Come in, leave your packages and make yourself at home! . Exceptionally Low Prices On Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc., For The Day Never before has our stock been so complete with good, serviceable, up-to-date Ready-to-Wear for Men and Boys as it is this season. In keeping with the downward trend of everything on the market we have reduced the price on Clothing, Shoes, Hats,. Shirts, in fact, everything that Men and Boys wear. On Armistice Day we will offer special inducements to ex service men, affording them an opportunity to buy a winter ,outfit at a very rea sonable price. WitA every dollar spent in our store goes an opportunily to win the automobile we are going to give away on December 31st. 1 'Exclusive - C 'onath 'S n,. a-wa,<* - RI-to.A Wear ( PaEnge Touring C...

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. — 4 November 1920

SHORT ITEMS OF INTEREST Co FROM GIBSLAND P. dr Three of our young lady teachers, Di Misses Maud Harper. Mary Drago and T& Ruth Mlms, have rented rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nelson in and will begin light housekeeping next week. Mrs. Clayton Webb and little daugh- V( ter, Findley, of Athens, were recent guests of relatives here. Miss Mamie Hart has resigned her position at the postofflice and has en- to tered the L. S. U. at Baton Rouge. fr Many of our citizens, too many to R mention their names, attended the U State Fair at Shreveport. Mrs. A. B. Moses and little Elizabeth. returned to their home at Gloster and were accompanied by her parents, Mr. B and Mrs. J. R. Harrison, who will be her guests. Mr. William Moore, of Lake Provi dence came to the country home of it Mr. and Mrs. Key last Wednesday and tl claimed their lovely daughter, Miss tl William, as his bride. Only relatives and a few initmate friends were pres al ent to witness the ceremony which was performed ...

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. — 11 November 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920 NUMBER THIRTY-THREE Are Your Savings Secure? Not unless they are deposited in a.bank that is safe. Our bank affords you the s£fety that is necessary to make deposits secure. We offer you every accomoda tion that is consistent with conservative banking methods. . We offer you the strength of a bank that has grown from one of the smallest to the largest in the parish, and we offer you the testimony of hundreds of satisfied custom ers, as to the accomodations and service we grant our customers. "As safe as the safest" The Commercial Bank ARCADIA - - - - LOUISIANA Good Health IS FOSTERED BY GOOD EATING GOOD EATING IS POSSIBLE ONLY WHERE YOU HAVE QUALITY FOOD. STUFFS. Our house of good foodstuffs will make'yous a home of good healthl MEET US HALF WAY iPhone 146 Auto Delivery -~Ac~ ADIA, * , . LOUISIANA :  llll l lll Il l II I II JURIY IZIl' ROAD CONTRARA . Blenville Parish Police Jury  re...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 November 1920

r ," BIGS EN ARCADIA, Reductions on Everything-Prices to match 15 Cent Cotton JUST A FEW QUOTATIONS FOR EXAMPLE 171-2c Head Rice, at..........9c 30c 0uting, now ...... ............1c Shoes--big reducton. Brown Mule Tobacco ......................75c 40cOuting, now ............................24c Shirts--all kinds, one fouth off. Garrett's Snuff T. ............30c 35c Shirting, now ..................23c Hosiery---sliced near half: Stoves, 20 per cent off Clothing, all kinds, 25 per cent off Underwear price own. Stoves, 20 per cent orf yr s Above is just to remind you that our sale is a real sale BBRYCELAND NEWS da Dr, J. N. Ellis has returned from th Dalby Springs, Texas. co Last Saturday, little Vashtie Jones th celebrated her eleventh birthday with ls irth a nice party. Many of her little re friends were invited, and games of sc all kind were played. One of the vi most pleasant features of the after- pl noon was music rendered by each little girl. Eloise Wright won a box C of candy ...

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. — 11 November 1920

R BACK YARD .e cities and towns space should keep hens. eling throughout hundreds and hun t. the cities and small ebackyard space suf to accomodate a brfebred hens. This :Which is going toi easily converted and incidental the monthly market extent. poultry flock the family r help in reducing the ` living but would have tity and freshness which d lcult to obtain. In her pullet year should dozen eggs. The average backyard flock should be 0 hens. Thus each flock Sleast 10 hens. Thus each Sproduce in a year 1001 .ens, which at the conserve i 40 cents a dozen would 0.00.--H. L. Williams, list, Extension Division. itate University. OF OUR TOWN Motorist can Sujply Music for this Cartoon. Nation on Earth had to dig the Panama Pop the Germans but ioe than a few Stingy ent the Country Roads Into Goo at the frst .0 Pavorite. 1iope you will go to ag. The pastor's sub t) havorite Imyns,' I'estiug." "I should ~iC father, but I have ith my own favorite in ier 5 inma utallyta ll to sIt." It's i...

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. — 11 November 1920

' IliillS Beginning., SATURAY, OVEPBER 0thAT 900.OCL.c The store that first gave' you the opportunity of buying Mechandise at greatly reduced prices is now coming to your aid once more. One year ago we helped you with your Cotton--bought. "it and gave you. the money without asking for one Dollar's trade. This year, we like others, can't help you with Cotton,, bt4 we have . Al $SO00 StocK Of NeW. andl Seasonable Necadsea reatly }R educedl Prices , ~This is a help to you. Why? 1st, because the winter is now on us and you must, have heavy merchandise. 2nd, ),your Cotton is not worth much, compared with last year's prices and therefore we are willing to help you bear the burden by offering you your supplies far below what they cost us. Will it helpilarper Brothers & Bolton? Yes..: 1st, we hiave a big stock to unload. 2nd, We Need Money To Pay Our Bills. Money we must have, and we are i ~~going to make our prices such as will turn this stock into the cash. We are not quoting prices ...

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. — 11 November 1920

.. 8• I Fd D a. 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 S Public in and for said Parish and State, duly commissioned and sworn, came and appeared Bertram F. liar nette, .Lawrence Daniel, Leo l)naiel, J, A. Bryan, J. M. Tompkins, It. W. Ozley, J. B. Herring, B. A. Brewer. SJ. L. McClellan, S. A. longer, Ja.s. A. Caskey, J. B. Currie, H1. L. Mitchell, Bert Davis, Mrs. II. IL. Mitchell, .1. B Dreyer, R. H. Madden, 1t. H. 1 adden, Jr., R. L. Williasm, Miss Ella Me (uire, 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. 0. 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.Dawi doff, Sime...

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. — 11 November 1920

T BII IENVILLE DEQOCRAT" IUBLISIIEI) EVERY THURSD.AY Advertising Rates on Application 'antered as Second Class Matter, April 1, 1912 at the Ipostallce at Arcadia, to La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOhi,........Editor and Proprietor l '111 lie MICKIE SAYS: fri 4eSSIR\ AMb S.C¶R\C MOOR ,o rt AGAS Ehl\FSE 'u. RUN 'IM Oll Pto 1\RO L OO.A TEAQ ED ITO -tr MRespp R dito t d i 'et uA, SWAP pie K-9 . 0h at least 1 1la or y o on oec inford h f te d o r.. ore o er rithe olerl 11) Pat tu of pfintlng all the legitinuate news el ofIt is subscriptihe only way to make a goodthe papertly human-hed a good paperast Is one ofuld the prime requisites to a good pom sesmunity ia don which to live ands, or legs,. this vast fund of information. Tell ihat s why the editor urges you ,i to tell thers--if it you know-to keep him informed ofregret the doiabsencegs of Miss Flor ence Sutton from school this week, on Siaccount of illness. We sincerely hope self and family, of your friends, or of l, the...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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