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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 February 1921

_' r a-ir ., T H B S THEBIENILLEDEMOCRA VOWMR IX' ~~~ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1921 UBRFOT-I I - TOTAL Seie i RESOURCES -7 Of v CE'., ONEE MILLION Much of the growth DOLLARS of our bank is due to the SERVICE we render our cus tomers--it's the kind of Service that you will appreciate. Strength The Strength of our bank is unquestioned. It is conced. ed by all conservative business men to be one of the strongest banks in North Louisiana. Our Strength; our Courteous Treatment and our Service have been responsi. ble for our rapid growth since organization. We solicit your.banking business upon the principal that no bank can offer you better accom modations than we can. A LIBERAL Watch Us Growl ATE OP IN""~zw r - Tue ('U1PriGI nl ON 11 UUUUBB P11 NSAVINGS DEPOSITS of Arcadia, La. M nEMW ilAND 0, C. WC. w .ad b abluM spnt ''' .ar rtnue has sseas no K aIasbol ,· with r3 wastreh es. wpled td14ktutdt. ,- .· I ·· :ý kt otirtt Irt''kr4i :a dta Y. " MaIoI w ;*·...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 February 1921

",.1 1 Ný V IL LE D M C A a / I EEP THIURSDAY A fMvegtbh'g Rates npplitr on t rod a#;Becoad Cliass ,1tt;Ia itn " 1U2 a the postoffce at Arcadid, Ma. d lI ier the Act of Adarch, 3, X879 ýº.;COOg,.......Edltsr and Proprtietor rOeýCEEDINGS OF 1F TINd4+ OF OWN COUNCI OP G ,IDSLAN Gibsiand, La., Feb. 1st, 1921. The town council of Gibsland, La. Iret - in regular session on the alovy dute with the following present: W,: H. Lazarus, mayor presiding, T. B. Mfrgan, C.' f. Knighton, . a(. Sberº man,. WV. J. Broadwell. The mlnutes of the meeting of. Jan. 4fh,*ere .eaid and an. motion of W. J. Brostiwe t'ýsecozided by T. ,B.;orgpl. :.·thatj clanli! making ~First- Natloilal Bank of Gibsiand, Fiscal Agent fo the (own funds, be stricken from the Ininotes, was votod" on and carried. SO. motion'of H. A..Sherman, second-. ed by C,. . Knighton, that the First Niatinfqal Bank, of (libsiand, La., be desipated as Fiscal Agent for the tow*l funds of the town of Gibaland l.a., Was voted on and carried. }An...

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. — 10 February 1921

ý. aý qtr r ; ·~fc·,·t~r a". r I 'I O ON e Iregret to be º top blal *v R al.4rq Ia items wesk owing to the fact that they as after our forms were Cle( 'i Items must reach uas by Atnoon to insure publication. feable to get them sooner. i Abings UEnl abstolutey Free the BPerpls Hardware Co., Aradia. Miass Annie Butler, of Monroe, spent fast Sunday with Arcadia relatives. Mrs. Auldi, who has been visiting her son, Mr0. D. . Auld and family, has ! oe to Monroe to see relatives. Mr. mu Mrs. L. . -Langston of Hiom r, who Weare tist guests of rela thes hert, iave MIrned home. SMr. and is. W,; .Gipson had as 4ts, on Stunday;i Selr daughter, Mrs. NJd', x and family,'of Iaston... Mr Reggle Brinknu, of Shreveport, hua been a recent. in the home of Mr. .and Mrs. L..1ý `Tooke. . i Mart SiW Keys spent .last ' Isti with ber. parents, near It. non. Mrs.J. .. MoDoealt vistled. reta* p ' nustoi ad Monroe 'Anday Mrs 'Bain Felts,. Mrs. Carl, Goft an4 Jewel McOGuire spent Tuesday in nrtoe as guests of M...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 February 1921

1* lear. Os., Im. s1t et Wl5siDas, Parish of Blen- o0 TI~It e Its i and Bemembered; That of s .thelbi day of January, A. D., as HUndred and n Twenty-one, be g me, I. L. Willias a Notary Pub- b . t in ad for Blesnv lle Parlsh, Lous lam duly commstsloned and sworn, peiromafly ~eaae and appeared Y. M. Jaso , T. ý nOakley and C, M. Lyons, h who decarsed onto me, Notary, that Sltvatig theaselves of the provisions at the Cnsatltution and laws of the WlaW of Iulsilana they have this day forlaned and constituted themselves, as well as such other persons as may t hereafter become associated with them In a corporation under the name above mentioned, and have adopted and or dlaled as their charter and act of in UorOoratIie as follows, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corporat todn shall be "LYONS BROTHERS COMPANI, INCORPORATED." ARTICLE IaI. Theobject of this corporation and the purpo for which it is organized and the lttre of the business to be errnie a by it are hereby declared ...

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. — 17 February 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1921 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN __ -- ''.·I-·--I._.. TOTAL RESOURCES Se. YER trvice OoN: MILLION Much of the growth DOLLARS of our bank is due to the SERVICE we render our cus tomers-it's the kind of Service that you will appreciate. Strength The Strength of our bank is unquestioned. It is conced ed by all conservative business men to be one of the strongest banks in North Louisiana. Our Strength; our Courteous Treatment and our Service have been responsi ble for our rapid growth since organization. We solicit.your banking business upon the principal that no bank can offer you better accom modations than we can. WE PAY A LIBERAL Watch Us Grow! RATE OF INT EREST Ba SAVINGS DEPOSITS of Arcadia, La. ARCADIA FIRE DEPT. MAY PURCHASE NEW APPARATUS The Arcadia Fire Department is con templating the purchase of a triple combination fire pumper of the American Le France type. This new apparatus will enable t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 February 1921

SHERIFF SALE No. 5408, Third Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana, Parish of Blen ville. Robert Turner Watts Vs. Dr. H. D. Glass. Under and by virtue of a writ of execution issued from the above nam ed Honorable Court and to me direct ed, I have seized and will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder for cash, with the benefit of appraisement at the principal front door of the Courthouse at Arcadia, Bienville Par ish, La., within legal sale hours on Saturday, March 5th, 1921 the following described property, to wit: Eight thousand feet of white oak logs, more or less; twelve thousand feet of Cypress logs, more or less; eight thousand feet of Hickory logs, more or less; twelve thousand feet of Oak lumber, more or less; five thous and feet of Pine lumber, more or less. The above described property seized as belonging to the defendant, Dr. II. D. Glass, and will be sold to satisfy said writ of execution and all costs. This the 12th dlay of February, 1921. 2 J. E. (ItURRIE,...

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. — 17 February 1921

SUGGESTIONS ON FARMING FOR 1921 Louisiana cotton growers have the opportunity of turning the apparently "disastrous condition in which they now find themselves into one of great -M'd lasting benefit, by joining in the movement to make a drastic reduction In the acreage planted to cotton and putting the land so released to other rops---crops that are as dependable as cotton to give a money return and cops that build up instead of depleting the soil. The foregoing is a summary of a statement issued from the office of the State University Extension Division on the present situation. The statement In full is as follows: The average yield of cotton in Louisiana since the advent of the boll weevil has been around bne-foouath of a bale an acre. With the present out. look for the price of cotton "'nu for that ;matter, at any price that cotton Mn re>aOnably be expectvd t~ bring, a yield of only one-fourth of a bale W_--OA io n anurance of a financial losq in its produ,:tion. The wise ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 February 1921

= i n , a , i " _ 'ntered as Second Class Matter, :April %ý+ ý ýýt~ht : ý qe 4 rcadia, ,4 ,i de, the 'Actofý Mandg , 1879. L A. COOK........Editor and Prlopretor $ione peopl are4.,iiUld. to he ee."' crit sal of, ur,, pubie 'ol s, b.ut' It dOemu !t,.lwwai5 s~en t i:produce the h"Plft tsc' `'atng~e Tarot men, ·tht worild o p' ."itnd th 'ey "6'itth M' to exhibit! a sttibrlotSff' ee;M'e}*l sonue other f lpwEu, tak~f it, ijt;iis cad, to a to in ad later a dick;, A qui$ tcda to face Is readily I ,d o0lB.' IV',,both partL' -and ft:dnyririfferonaes "ot!:opuon ex 1st, theMs'a 0lstl 1 ff:+oinlt to aS amieahle rndnrsgtmrding. "When we'&' anything In opr town or parish thhf is > just ,what ,it shoild be In out opbuon, it I% our rightt a cit eps"0 point It out to earff .hl, betothe;o. fl(lals have an equal right to expect ..that. ie..wllLtal _t4 ...the.JiuateaL QIf. ahout them. It s- the better way. - 0----~------~ rivi ~ " o a tr cr fc! o) too and ~he ha est e,I found ie winly...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 February 1921

II SIM1. D.R. BrownJr. * ::. Teleahono No. 34 Mr. and Mrs. Bragg, of Shreveport, Visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grigsby on atturday and Sunday. Mrs Henry Butler spent the week. end (° Monroe, with the Misses But. Miss lone Simmons, of Ruston, was a recent guest in the home of Dr. and ! Mrs. Marshall. Mr. P. E. Brown carried his Sun. day School (', ss of boys to the pic ture show last Friday evening. FREE! FREE! FREE! A "Range Eternal"--the best range on Qarth. Peoples Hardware Co, Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Schull had as guests on Sunday, their (laughter, Mrs. Rose man Guidry and Mr. Guidry, of Hom er. Hon. J. R. Wimberly, is in New Or leans on legal business. Mrs. Wim berly accompanied him and is spend ing the time very pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Rogers are re ceiving congratulations upon the ar, rival in their home of a little son. whose birthday is February the 16th. Messrs. J. B. McConathy and Jose SDawidoff left on Sunday morning t(, attend the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge in N...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 February 1921

CHARTER go Lyons Bros. Co., Inc. the Pai Bie State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien ville. offi Be It Kno.vn and Remembered; That 192 on the 22nd day of January, A. D., Nineteen Hlundred and Twenty-one, be fore me, It. L. Williams a Notary Pub lic in and for Bienville Parish, Louis iana, duly commissionedl and sworn, PI personally came and appeared Y. M. Lyons, T. J,. Oakley and C. M. Lyons, who declared unto me, Notary, that availing themselves of the provish'ns ish of the 'Constitution and laws of the wi State of Louisiana they have this day formed and constituted themselves, as well as such other persons as may G. hereafter bcolme associated with them. he in a corporation under the name above ea mentioned and have adopted and or- th dained as their charter and act of in- ;r corporation as follows, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corpora, tion shall bie "LYONS BROTHERS in COMPANY, INCOIRPORAT'ED." to ARTICLE II.t The object of this corporation and the purpose for which...

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. — 24 February 1921

A'+ . , : , . - .'h , w , ..+ ý . :- .,:r"f K ,., .. - AP, }+.TH 'r. BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921 NME OT.IH m . -11 DI-------l -- FU • .1R 7"...+ 't- ,· • +~G .. +"" + ,+.. * VOUM IX~b? ARADA BINIL PAIH OIINTURDY ERAY2,191NME OT-I .+--"- -. ... . ,,...,. ++q ' ill4 'I !W V le 4 .l; ln·., iji L%+ 'ii +F ,I r m ++ + m Jts w iiml :: .'-- .oo,,,-+ + . + .. ........ - - - - •, ,f · lI, t.+ + . ... .- r Ser-~-----vie-. TOTAL RESOURCES ST f. OVER ONE MILLION Much of the growth DOLLARS of our bank is due to the SERVICE we render our cus tomers-it's the kind of Service that you will appreciate. Strength 'Th' .Fength of our bank is unquestioned. It is conced. 'ed'bby all conservative business men to be one of the strongest banks in North Louisiana. Our Strength; our Courteous Treatment and our Service have been responsi ble for our rapid growth since organization. We solicit your banking business upon the principal that ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 February 1921

DTILND .. O'F 8PEOULTOR5 CONVENTION DELEGATES WOULD EQUALIZE BURDEN OF SATE BUILDING. HOME BUILDER PENALIZED Are Thousands of Acres of Un;m proved Cultivatable Lands Held By Land Owners for Specu lative Purposes. - t Donaldsonville, La. -- Ways and means to bring about the taxation on a fair and reasonable basis of unim proved cultivable lands held for spec ulative purposes should receive the attention of the Constitutional conven tion, in the opinion of C. C. Weber, delegate to the convention from Ascen sion parish. Mr. Weber believes this is one of the most Important questions that will come before the convention. If a tax- 1 ation system is devised whereby spec ulative land owners of this type will be forced to either Improve the land or sell it to home-builders, he thinks It will bring about an era of develop ment in the State. His idea is to tax unimproved cultivable lands on a ratio to that of the same class of improved cultivable lands. "There are thousands of acres of unimpr...

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. — 24 February 1921

The Stained Glass Window Woman Editor Devises Ruse to Convert Grasping Husband Who Would Erect Memorial to De. ceased Wife Who Had Been Enslaved in Farm House in Hills (Cnnvrliht by the Adams NtwsDaPer Service. New York.) tly EARL DERR BIGGERS. Miss Parkins left her desk, piled /high with small town exchanges, and S stepping to the window ofthe Eagle -l flb ce, stood gazing out on Main street. In the bright light of the Au gust moon, Mapleton looked idyllic; its little brick business blocks ex uded a warm glow, as if they were there to Live, rather than to receive; its white stone courthouse was sud denly the abode of a kindly justice; Its librarl harbored poets; the citi Sens who walked its streets were friends an:d brothers. The August moon, however, did not deceive Miss Parkins. For thirty years she had translated Mapleton's dally life into news items for her pa per, and it was too late now for her to see the town as idyllic. She knew that, like the people who made it up, Mapleto...

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. — 24 February 1921

. D IENVILLE D,,OCRAT helil P1UBLISEBD EVERY THURSD-~Y :1a Advertising Rates on Application 9lntered as Second Class Matter, April U11, 1912 at the postoeflie at Arcadia. La., under the Act o)f March 3, 1879.I 'i'1' n. A , C O O ......... E d itor and P roprietor re o The Shreveport Jourall has the fol- IýiW lowing to say of the sentlimelnt of Ild Bienvllle parish farmers, as .cpressed by their cooperation ill the cotlII .}li r acreage reduction movementt Acreage Reduction o A committee directing the ncamlpaigln ln for reduction of cotton acleage il! 3. Blenville I'arish. met recently at Ar cadia and ;eceived reports frm th Il' pledge committees of the various i wards. The reports show'l that out Mk of 580 farmers requested to sign tin' pledge, only 70 tdeclined to do so. The 580) farmers reported oin at ithe recent meeting do not, of course, rep resent the bulk of the Bienville cit i sens engaged in the cut ton inldutsry. l But enough had been interriewfdl to give an idea of the g...

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. — 24 February 1921

Yr. : : : : : : : teMlbene No.3 Mids Luda Reynolds visited Shrove port last Satprday. M1rb 11 6 the het day of our big sales-Peoples 8hrdware Co., Aradia. 'Dr. Curtis Williams Is in Atlant*, Oa., taking a special course in Dentistry. Miss Maude Harkness, of Minden, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Addle Houston. Mrs. J. T. Fisher, of Shreveport, Is visiting in the home or her mother Mrs. Frank Taylor during the latter's visit to Batch Rouge. Mrs. 8. A. Honaker, who has been in Stev .port for several weeks in the Interest of her health has returned to her home here, very much improv ed. FREE! FRl E! FREE! a "Range Et "-tle best range on arth CPeopp ~Baridare Co., In., Arcadia. Mi... A. Btryan and children have retur form a visit to relatives In BryeeAd. Mr. Bryan was also away 'th business visit to New Or leans Mrs; , T. Taylor, president of the M th W. M.. 8., an4 Mrs. H. N B Sunday to attend the State of Woman's Misslonary wo t- Baton Rouge, which meets this thie Art of Datlel, Bry...

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. — 24 February 1921

NEW FABRICS IN VARIED DESIGNS That it is the fabric which inspires the finished gown is a saying which receives fresh emphasis by a glimpse at the new materials for spring. As yet but few of them. have appeared in shop windows; they are yet on stock shelves, waiting to snake their bow to the public. One look at the soft ness and at the varied designs of the new folds of fabric, and to the imagi nation a whole panoramua of spring gowns and summer frocks appears. Already the designers have begun to create new dresses out of the rich choice of material, and they will have none of trimming and decoration. They confine themselves to the charm of the fabric and the dresses they have made so far are indeed worthy of the ln spiration that was their beginning. For a long time, while the war was on, we were forced to accept a more or less limited stock of materials, but now from everywhere the materials are pouring in-those from foreign parts being only an addition to those which we in this c...

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. — 24 February 1921

The Democrat's Farm Special Articles by the Best Known Practi cal Agricultural Experts in the and Garden Department United States. -BEST FOWLS FOR BACK YARD p American Breeds, Such as Plymouth Rocks, Wyandottes and Orpinq. tons, Are Recommended. '(Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Ab.iculture.) Hens of the medium-sized breeds Plymouth Rocks, Wyandottes, Rhode Island Reds and Orpingtons--ure best suited to back-yard conditions. Large hens kept in close confinement are likely to get too fat to lay well. Small, nervous hens are apt' to develop such 'vices as egg eating and feather eating, 'The bad tendencies mentioned do not )prohibit the keeping of large and small 'breeds in small back yards, but make it necessary for the kepeer to use ex traordinary care to keep them in good condition and productive. White and light-colored varieties are not desirable for small back yards, because their plumage soils too easily. As a rule it is most satisfactory to buy hens of a local poul...

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. — 24 February 1921

CHARTER Lyons Bros. Co., Inc. State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien i'llle. Be It Known and Remembered ; That on the 22nd day of Janutary, A. D., Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-one, be fore me, R. L. Williams a Notary Pub lie in and for Bienvllle Parish, Louis iana, duly commissioned and sworn, personally came and appeared Y. M. Lyons, T. J. Oakley and C. M. Lyons, who declared unto me, Notary. that availing themselves of the provisions of the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana trey have this day formed and constituted themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become associated with them. in a corporation uder the name above mentioned and havc adopted and or dained as their clharter and act of in corporation as follows, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corpora, tion shall be "LYONS BROTHERS COMPANY, INCORPORATED." ARTICLE II. The object of this corporation and the purpose for which it is organize(' and the nature of the luslness to ,e carried on...

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. — 3 March 1921

4- . 4 T HE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH- LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921 4.' Ii* VOLUME Ix ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISHI LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921 NUMBER FORTY-NINE TOTAL RESOURCES SService! OVER MILLION SMuch of the growth DOLLARS of our bank is due to the SERVICE we render our cus tomers-it's the kind of Service that you will appreciate. Strength The Strength of our bank is unquestioned. It is conced ed by all conservative business men to be one of the strongest banks in North Louisiana. Our Strength; our Courteous Treatment and our Service have been responsi ble for our rapid growth since organization. We solicit your banking business upon the principal that no bank can offer you better accom. modations than we can. WE.PAY > A LIBERAL Watch Us Growl RATE OP SON Te C ommrcial Bank INSAVINGST SAVINGS of Arcadia, La. DEPOSITS NEWS IROIM GIUUSLAND Mrs- . .IL,Brown is visiting in Ho mer this week. gg lir h 3I or Gantt, of. Bienville, was a visito...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

FOR HUmRIED READING As a result of a collision between the American destroyer Woolsey and the American steamer Steel Investo Saturday, one naval enlisted man it dead and 15 are missing and two are injured. The accident happened the pacific coast of Panama. Th destroyer was cut in two by the collis ion and sank while being towed t' port by another destroyer. The French and Belgian governments have 300,000 soldiers. redy to invad Germany should they fail to compl with the terms of the peace treaty After the terms of the treaty had been submitted to the German government by the Allies, the Germans in turn came out with what they considered a just settlement. However, it is hard ly possible that the victorious nation will modify ther terms of a settlement, and France and Belgium stand ready to make Germany submit. A railroad wreck occurred at or neal Porter, Ind., on Monday of this weelk causing the death of from 35 to 41 persons. The wreck occurred on : crossing of the Michigan Central...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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