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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 November 1920

Mid-Season Arrivals in . Ladies' and Misses' Dress es Are Great Values These dresses are recent buys and they portray much style, and are made of the best materials in all the latest col ors and shades. These dresses were bought on a.low market, which is a great advantage to' , buyers. We ask your comparison of these dresses with those of the same price elsewhere. Shoes, Hose, Gloves, Sweaters, Furs are all here in the newest and most exquisite de signs. They are sure to please you. Don't forget to ask for your tick ets on the Automobile we are gLv- nat y S ing away on Dec. 3 1st. Local and Personal By Mrs. D. E. Brown Jr. The local and social items are rather few this week, owing to the fact that we are all so absorbed, and thrilled with the thought and preparation of the coming holiday, the celebration of Armistice Day, that. we cannot con centrate our minds on any thing less Important. "Lest we forget" this week is a sason of mingled joy and sorrow for all loyal Americans, markin...

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. — 11 November 1920

GETS DATA ON MILK COST Department of Agriculture Says Re. placing Bottles Is an Impor. tant Item. Washiugton.-Replacing lost milk bottles adds to the price of milk paid by city consumers, an investigation by the department of agriculture has dis closed, although no attempt was made to fix the amount added to consumers' bills for that reason. The report says milk dealers "are compelled to purchase 1.2 bottles ev ery month for each bottle they have filled daily during that period," and continues: "The loss among small dealers is less than that sustained by the large enterprises. The small dealers have greater breakage than the large dis tributors, but they are better able to check up on the return of their bottles and therefore do not lose so many in that manner. "Breaking bottles, losing or using them for other purposes, selling to junk dealers, or giving the bottles be longing to one dealer to another, adds materially to the consumer's bill and Is an economic error which each cus to...

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. — 18 November 1920

-7 -~ THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRA VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE P.ARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1920 NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR Ar Your Savings Secure? Not unless they are deposited in a bank that is safe. 'Our bank affords you the safety 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 ac:omodations and service we grant our customers. "As safe as the safest" The Commercial Bank rAC I - - " - LOUISIANA bL Announce memt We take pleasure in announcing to our friends and to the people, of this community generally, that we have purchased the entire interests of J. B. White in the :r SANITARY MARKET & GROCERY and shall continue the business under the same hi irmname. We shallh continue to carry one of Sthe best lines of groceri...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 November 1920

i j ill l:l IIII IIIIllllll |1111III llli g I ll l l 1IIlllilllll yonsro ers' A Succes Now In Full Blast Ten More Days Full Of Bargains WE ONLY QUOTE A VERY FEW OF THE BARGAINS OFFERED Perfect Rice ......"...... .......9c OVERCOATS, One-Half Price. Medium Outing was 30c, now ...... .................16c Goodof ee . .ie* ............* " SUITS, New Styles, One-Third Off. Arctic Fleece Outing was 40c, now .......2c Good Coffee........ " ' 2c LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, One-Third Off. Best Shirting, was 38c, now..........22 12c Bssr~olfo 221-2 UNDERWER One-Third OStripes,was30c,nov ............. Best Coffee............................221 UNDERWEAR, OneThird Off. 10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, was 1.10, now...........4 Garrett Snuff ...............Oc GOOD BLUE SHIRTS, $100. 9-4 Pepperel Sheeting, was 90c, now........9 6 Bars Soap............ . ..........28e HARNESS.-BIG DEDUCTION. Hope Bleached Domestic, was 40c, now ............19 WE ARE MAKING MANY PRICES TO MATCH 15c COTTON. Lyons Brothers Co. h} ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 November 1920

Nintbad That ot tber, A. D. Pa Notary P and and sworn. Bertain P. Bar Leo Daus, Solapidna, B W. B. A. Brewer, SA. Conger, Ja. A. ,H. L. Mitchell, Mltaell, J. B B. H. Madden, M i I 1M1 , W. A. Austin, L. MoIuire, B. . by B. l. Lowery, Co.. n worth, B , ]ied W. Pete ::o AInesroniretd w. , a . Butler, Ra P. B, B. 3,Fel, W. Lagne' e.A Daniel by SB. Madden, P. A. Itd M.Jt, MrosDawi Viotor M. Dawl. IJr, 0, H. Goldman, n J. B. Bryant, . B. Moconothy, B S obert Got by W M. Deg, aL M. VW D. Got, 8. A. Sersad, R. L Talor, 3 ,M. Nelon, W. T W. LJMurhy oberta Stewart, Mrs a ar tr,14ts o! Blana l who, In the t legal and com ,: to e, Not. themnelves of tb a Isw of the Statte to th formation, beh hmnI st of cor gat.,tion and man. I do by this act a tbamsldvm and a as sff assoclate a thee, or sEonsed la hoadr the l ,b sae hta 1:.... ::-" -.,, I orearn sa ito pe i aords ad g ~Kflud f -ilr r~c;d ill IlP~lrur~9 K~gmn *i """""""""' 4ghLT~ s" a ý. 'ill ýý CAI. 67··· g-·. Z ý ýý. C'r t n 'ý ý ý. ,ý .. ...

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

ARCADIA WIH01 SCHOOL The Lyceum number of Nov. 10tbh was most enjoyable. The whole ,even. ing was one of fun and laughter, un der which there was a line of good wholesome thought, that was both en tertaining an( elevating. Those who were kept froi this program may well feel that they missed one of the best numbers of this course. We can most heartily recommend Mr. Burgderfer as one of the very best entertainers on the Lyceum platform. So many good things are in store for us all the time. On Thursday 1 evening of this week, we have the s privilege of hearing "The Windsor Girls", these are our next number. They come to us with the best of recommendation from those who have 4 heard and seen them this season. Their program is varied, music both I vocal and instrumental. By reading i the posters you can see the different 4 kinds of musical instruments they use i in their program. We hope for a 1 large audience. We can assure you an evening of great pleasure. The basket ball games of last...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 November 1920

M i l i i l1i Ii11  .IIIl Ilnill 1111 ninnllu I lniminn ln n lll nllil mni~m nidYIInIl l n n II nIuIu Inllnml n Illn I lln I n nun IIIIllnnul IlnunnnI I II I1unlnn n Bargain Hunters, Look Here! My word is my bond, and when I make a statemnt I stick to it. I have stated that I was going to GIVE A WAY TWO AUTOMOBILES on December 31st--this I am going to do regardless of circumstances. The cars are already here and are on display at my store, and they are both "brand" new Fords with all the latest equipment. There is one for the colored folks and one for the white folks. With every dollar spent you get a chance. CUT PRICES 00000 You really don't know the meaning of "Cut Prices" unless you have been to my store. Every peice of Ready-to-Wear in my store has been reduced, and you xho seek bar .gains can find them here. ISTAIORTTIE.L1r Arcadia, Louisiana DEC. 31st IS THE DATE! Do n'tfal-to-ome in-u adt yourf Both ears will positively be given Don't . to come in-snd Aet yourse .e c-on, I ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 November 1920

10.' (Coontinued from front page). 11. 12. and pipe, F. O. B., Jamestown and 1 miuold, La., $9,20480. "On motion made by J. F. Allums duly seconded by J. H. Thurmond the d f iollowing resolution was offered: BE IT RESOLVED by the Polee 17 Jury, In regular session conveyed, that Smith Brothers, of Coushatta, La. having the lowest and most reason- 19. able bid, the Police Jury hereby ac- 0 cepts said bid as per entire bid with 21 the exception of bid on gravel in place and the said Smith Bros. to furnish Tot the Police Jury a sufficient bond ac- Est cording to law. On roll call the mem- a bers voted as follows: YEAS: Bert Davis: J. H. .Thurmond of J. F. Allums; W. H. Bogan; A. G. Whitlow. of NAYS: J. H. King. On motion of Bert Davis and duly rep seconded by J. H. Thurmond, the fol lowing was offered to.wit: Viii BE IT RESOLVED by the Police it( Jury of Bienville Parish in legal ses- 3 sion convened that the Police Jury make application to the State High. ra way Department to build cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 November 1920

SBIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920 NUMBER THIRTY-FIVE , '" Are Your Savings Secure? Not unless they are deposited in a bank that is safe. Our bank affords you the safety that is necessary to make deposits 1 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" !IbCuorciul ank A -ADIA * . . LOUISIANA S or want Groceries odr Meats, we have an :·t.Grery and Madt. We can supply i 'oi w aith g Qoerics or want it, and i FRESH VEGETABLES , FRUITS, etc. What 0 Want to . wv and we want to please Se.o1 and it ilt be delivered by auto. 1E e .Ailder,, Prhps. -~S ' .,, ,*- LOUISIANA' ·Jriii 44 7ý nL 7<r +y ý ' 7ý `tW~afl ý " a4 th ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 November 1920

COTTON PRICES RIDICULOUSLY LOW! an' Sae r BUT--- how about Men's and Boys' Suits, Ladies' Dresses and Coats, Overcoats and Silks? Just One-Half Off For the Next Ten Days $50.00 Suits ..$25.00 Brown Domestic .... 1-2 price Underwear........ 1-3 off 40.00 Suits................ . . . 20.00 Bleaching . ... ... 1-2 price Sweaters .. . .. . 1-3 off Sugar, Rice, Lard, Coffee, Meal and most other Groceries down at our store to nearly half the old pric. Come to see us for further good ne4ws. Ly ons ro thers Co. 1THEBIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Jif earsal Biemavill Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 00I A ~IAR IN BIENYILLE PARISH-42.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE `PA ISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION w . as. Second Class Matter, April II, 1912 at the postoflice Mda, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. . ° VOOK,.... ...... .. .......... N....... ...Editor and Propreitor Z*~. P~bofttoo NeW Oi who I.f~ nterest of ter eac · State. who hire:. l *w1M ly. itne t0rk wort. a'ppitoa 4 the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 November 1920

ciga s "11 F~ftkiAvenue Ne York 20 41 gISgLAND NEWS mITSi Mrs Malone of Arisona is the guest to Mrs. fi. M. Palmer. Mr. Wa. Todd was a .business vils tot to Shreveport last week. Mrs..Dick Blackwood of Mart, Tesss Sviited relatives here-last week. Miss Ruth Wi as the guest of fviee nest Mebroe for the week-end Rev. MIartiot ateded the Baptist State convention Ia Alesldtia least :Mr. ni Mra W, 8. Bow bad as / T Iu , aDr. 4Mrs. Blame of I'll Jr., has aeeeptd a po ,Ml *tt flearnVs Dry Ooods Co., in Mrs mry P.s bzr Henderson of ht.. Y. $f45 hetr sister, Sit, M, ld at mi -777, - f . n 40 1 64 F w7 .dswo 4o Li,+ ·k· r r.. 1 OWN -f ·.77 ··X an, ,.rkt ,5f l .4 ,j4 r S '' ' x y ~ i ' , 1t ý y n. : 0 r " F r ý ` '"' ý C ý ++' r - ~ ,,Y, ti,:t " 'AY4 ;.4xýw f M ýfý,. ý "i7X ,rn, tt~ r fkl1r r ; r M.ý" ^i + t., M i d7 4 Lý ý `" t .ý, ! - .f''"t ' t'"» itrH 'is s"Y s µ x. al , -r3 Y 1- 7 r V ' ,4, .,'', .4' ! _'4.. J F ý ,C 3 '"1:to ' .,C - t. .ý ,ý, i ':, s .ý~:'i ' tiý { ? ,· ý- r.ýd . '' fr....

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

g inu i s.H [ori tranete'l busil Monday. jWi is on flie sick Uis j' f n0 from a baronchial! ' ft came over with Bro. ypn,1 ha lped tIl cut in1 sale.. atCopeland viste~l her , k Saturday and Sun Rooyal of Hawknsville, Gaa.. ju= t of his l'nele, Mr. Joe "this pat week. t_..Webb, of Glbslaud attendled sale here Saturday- re to, her home. who has been quiet sick, Oknow is ornewhlat iim yet far from well. Ulte Mason fr'm Ehiorado ,,. mother Rtturday and Sun Mg to her school Monday. Airs. Clarence Wall will cel,, t 22nd wedding anniversary While entertaining at pulee Henderson, ret ii ted to ,at Eiholse, Texas, atfter oine time b.''.g , hedaisid', f M-Mr. Oneal, but ho is some ,Wall, Jr., spent from T'hurs I Saturday with his friends Mr. Joe Langford at 'lots of game, ducks, birds, and reported a fine time, 17 Hammer and Edd Mer :the past week getting r> ,v!ghway, everyone do thetey were calleifon god .reey of no charge  Woodard desires much 4b manner in which the, ,was handled-...

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. — 25 November 1920

= imuste one! Watch for J. S. McConathy's full page ad in next week's issue of this paper. The unexpected is going to happen. Watch the mails every day. :~· -c D.i `5j I TdaLrw ~w ~ I t r '.. $ilyJone of ryrceland wpas in l .. B gerring bap returned from M trip to Beamumat, Texas. A. Caukey returned a few ago, from a buaines trLp to New lie tcok the plaster castsoif last ' started to to - 1" 1 last o Z e th 'R i gy will apend #n lire report, and ort Of. monroe wor p.. ii -o.·*-n r're~e~ t 2 ; I. " R y J A :: 1 A' '-'ý ý " < n 4 Vi " .A, Harrison, Misses Willie B. Scheen, and Miss ]Edwards, all of Bienville, were recent visitors, to Arcadia. Mr, Clarence Griffin returned home on Monday from the Shreveport Sanl tarium, where he recently underwent a serious operation, and his friends are glad to see him looking so well. Mrs. J. E. Currie, has as guests, her sist*, Mu rtatie , eand children 6eShJe*~ t and Mr. and Mrs. E. E oWhiP, ~ kand, Their daughter, Miss Ernestine, also spent ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 November 1920

Notice! After December ist, our shop will be closed for 30 days on account of the unusual slackness in business at the present and in order to make necessary repairs. We shall be ready again January Ist to take care of your Machine, Welding and Boiler work. We thank our customers for their business given us this year. We hope to give you as good or better service for the coming year. PHONE 73 ArMdi Welding & Machil Co. EFURD BROS., Owners Ar dia, .. . Louisiana ARCADIA 01001 BwOOM Th athletle actiites of last week are rather Int.ratig. On WeWnday the bog's basket ball team, accompan- sec led by Mr. Wgner, went to Castor. The return game was plaryd on Ing tead grounds on Satuday morning J tar of the Arcadia team. While i, Arcadia the Castor team was the guesthe Sthe behom team.o Te game with Coashatta on frldia cee wau seepla victory7 or the Cosha* at : tt Gants. This game wa played on Ar the atht fiel d of Shreveport High the 3*0. Prinipil Kotsan wa. the ref" hlj a d dt a most...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 December 1920

aI] • ~ i F ''- ARCADA, ..N...L.PARIH,"WUSI"N" THRSAY DCMBER 2,2 1920 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX !, r.;.,.!';. .. .. _  . , "  7 " " " ·-. .1 . , ., ,,I. ,,,.,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . thers, Wives and Sweethearts -xService Men. your soldier boy that his last opportunity to reinstate his ISK INSURANCE expires December 31, 1920 irrespective date of his igscharge from the service. 'Impress upon him that he should reinstate his WAR RISK IN AfjNCE because his service to the Government entitles him to this 1~ecost, which includes DISABILITY PROTECTION FOR LIFE. 'THIS INSURANCE CANNOT BE -EQUALED BY ANY COM ~ CIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD. .. e may reinstate his, Insurance, in whole or part, in multiples or OB, but not less than $1000. '-; WAR RISK POLICIES may be changed in whole or part, to a IDARD ORDINARY Life, TWENTY PAYMENT LIFE OR v WMENT FFORMS NOW BEING ISSUED BY THE UNITED ',ATiS GOVERNMENT. , All Government policies will participate in dividends earned `ifro mort...

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

ýM " ' ...i. . ..sI i ai " I : I c tstockof the highest grade merchandise that money can buy in any market, a prices ' just like a public auction4i But it must be done. Each item in this stock of high grade merchandise consistngof 'ZMen's, Ladies' and Chldren's Ready-to-Wear, Men s, Ladies afid Children s Shoes--Must be sold for just what they will bring. The word profit has been forgotten. th w a WHY THIS SALE S-I tell you frankly, I mutst have $15,ooo0.oo within fifteen days, and havedecided to pursue the course of Henry Ford, when he says reduce the price and get the money from the public instea4of banks, and in return give the pubic the benefit of my loes and .ve them these extra charges made by banks. I amb'going to take my lo ss like a man should do, and give my long estabhlished trade the benefit of this landslide of prices. You all know that when I say a reductions it do gs not mean markup and then down. That is not my way of doing busin ess. .1 say to you frankly, I am goin...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 December 1920

4 - Enfdas Second " t, .j 4i'j,Ve postoffc# in hcadia, La., under. the Mt of March. 3, i 8,9. S. A..CO., .....N........... ......ý...... .. EAt~r andi Propreitoft Fm million three hundred an. ten thousand dollars lost. Start bli! t true. Here Is how it happened: P who enlisted trom Arcadia 0 4t, t"b,. t U , hapt* -t& 04it* rights Ad pldgE in fWi tis so lerof Arcadia ldve dropped $5,310, Sfi thilIaº ,ce.t Do we reallas w its mi e .to the men and tothe It e tmsam t Bew lost were paid av . 4perkl twenty yearrs it WeOdlC a toot over 27,9S00 100. T1 ts over 640.00 annua This a wuald eats" h a (detotp:ff 10 A wit b i shtl a rf ito d i per het whleh watild " drs brIhty ra witth ,ever a strihe O a shut 'Qhereton arises in4· 't4. twt here Will .t o, of Arcadia obtain funds on S to suibi st after their pro ity Imus wi"r'`rmmllimruit stances, it tids sinurance were re-in stated and kept ap, this money would come Into the community from the Government. The question of E a tt to lapea` ls ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 December 1920

: Wateja Newspaper nion.o) ,ORIE was the first girl ever7 boy called on when k e got home for ti'p ,Christmas holidays. Yes, every boy who had gone away to school or to col lege always .came to Mar . Jorie's house first when the Christmas holidays be. tgu, though there were exceptions, of course. .; e them, coming home at the tli, on the same train, would i together. would have a good time, j gitlng, laughing. Marjorie a good sort. The whole piked her. l the piano well for dane. ;!4odbad the kind of voice which 4thers want to gather around Vito and Join in the chorus. 4uth, without Marjorie the ;veuld have been oftentimes -.rveryrestless and wretched. danced well, too, and If one a-girl to come up to a prom br daance Marjorie would always ° a ywhere.' Then, too. she t be mad If a fellow asked an was. an exceptional girl. e wasn't jealous of any of .Shbe seemed to regard them as rlled her-good sorts as she io sort. They passed the time merrily as she did for them. .were jolly good c...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 December 1920

"'1" andii i ,at a continuing for ten days, I will offer my large and complete line of high grade Furniiture at cost, and w say cost, a n co,'nu' fo " n. d a y s 'y p I mean COSTI In BUsines Years in Arcadia, always giving full values, which is an enviable record for any and for the first time I am sacrificing the prices on my stock of Furniture, ITMUST BE SOLD. I amp laing my entire stock at the nercy of the buying public. No Merchandise bought especially for this sale, this is m riguar: stock. Compare the quality; compare the prices, and t h e n b u y . [ M U S T H A V E T I - E M O N E Y ! , .i : ! , i .• '} ; . . : . R e a d Ac t O a n d+41 1 J i g -Th e s e 'a t off TH ISSAL IS , FOR CASH ON . II Kitchen Cabinets and Safes r.duced . LY. No Ref nds. No ,xchanges. Smpoion tool other Fur ,+ t m possible for us to wquot prices ot eyerything wew ar , Co mpelled et makethS ture. Sev n! different this B g ,-and w e quote the to !w i gj st to give you an idea of the Rul e aoe Big Rd ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 December 1920

EXA-SER VICE MEN ii",f ARCADIA Tus n Forty-Seven eretothaplcinsfor ý * Government Life Insurance were made,' out to S Mothers, that i s'wh y we call it a bothers' War. a 1o ,a o" cTa e ie C ~ rt~Dc n More claims were paid as the result-of the "Flu" tr e ~OI affor as cohlet aeul ndata afre r xSr vice Man, do you realize thfe Government allows tohnl.h putoi ' tot your insurance by the payment of gretes crow ii43 ºriums in whatever amount you desire___ . ` ^ ar e See Dr. H. F. Stovall, War Risk Officer, ý 4y thi tonha vr en =nrc einT'This offer expries Dec., 311. ;e~l~~ E E E ;4~. wDinner ware in sets anid separate peices at prices- ~that cry aloud their saving. . ;Galvanized tubs solid hand- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.~ _ _ les. Big value at $1.50, now__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ - 99Cv :vrdepava~ I A m Here To Save YouMoe!IIteH Le 4,i- I'm The Man!(f I have a message to you, a message so filled wxith hu' n ti~r:bn neet i every word, and a stirring appeal in evecry line, that y ou can t hep ...

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