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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

V CO S INfcan buy goods at t s sale at prices Jithat will enable you " to make good money. At WE rUT SELL E GOOS AT JOS. DAWIDOFF & CO. Arcadia, La. e~~~~~~~ store where we have been located for years, has been sold and we have been notified that wewilhvtogtutn sthan 60 days. This means we must sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and all Stor Fseixtures \cflltudin Show Caes Couners etc., regrdes ofpie ehv irgre ot n akdtegosshtte Iu sell-THEY MUST SELL! Beginning arch e WvIl turn our entire stock over to the public giving them an opportunity to buy goods at THEIROW PRCS Ner before have ,.~e been forced to sell our goods at such a loss. ý:People!---Read These Prices SShes! SAues Shoes Mes n os'Ht n as xr pcal rs od en Qa liy Julian ~neadBlie $2.00ir $zt e' n os asa. .. .9 Otorsoko ecadse hsmksi ultsl $10 n iI e'sadBy'Cp t.. .8 ncsayfr st lc hs ewSrn r 0pce fPrae ae . .....xiii

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - An _ ___ Adventure By George Agnew Chamberlain RomaInce Oopyright, The Bobbs Merrill Company -- - - - ---- - "MYI WHAT A BUMP!" "You generous, careles s, adorable little fool!" he growl ed. "Why you're the most de sirable and precious bundle of lovable charm that robber man ever trembled to hold in sacri legious arms!" She stared at him amazed. "WI'hy don't you kiss the way you talk?" she demanded. Another delightful story by George Agnew Chamberlain. Hie's the man who wrote "White Man." What more can anyone say? It's romance, comedy and adventure-with just enough real heart throbs thrown in to make the right combination. PART I. -1 Moral Emblems, Please don't skip this description of Robert Hervey Randolph-six feet straight up and down, broad of shoul der and narrow of hip, sanldy-haired, 'blue-eyed, nose slightly up-ended and wearing a saddlle of faint freckles, clean shaven, well groomed, very cor rectly dressed, and twenty-six ye...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

.)" T$'TS AN~ RAIS SUMPTUOUS ;IM. ?r. ;ý: /::: ..,1. jJ.: " ::lý' fo. "" ",?:i;a,, lf: i fr,'::;';ý'r"/. : .ti0 r,. `^ }jr {:b{+ý 7. f{}:: ; tm.,..?: '~l v5' :}ip, ";: ; :.: " rl $)lir "{: "i°1. thing if not graceful this spring. There them that suggests least deliberation. They be de*igned, not for hurry 1 but for those who have bee4 to thelr draperies of hanging on to them. the style to appear to hold abqut the shoulders and it Ceded that this casual ad tbhe garment to the figure r0f its own. The pretty 4 left of the two pictured is one way of following Coatet pletured are repre favored styles; they are mantles as coatsi Even that have set-in sleeves rippling, managipg to S.little distance-some .arngue and chandging lines I.:;n Jterpret Childhood i N 4 ILI F r 4I. :T 11-. , 1 c ur , ý ýY "r ýý F itý ; 1y t ý ^ ýý r!s '' , , 1 ,t Y zR ! ..:Ai ýý. "Yf Jýýf. f ' a t 4Dx ` ' '!ý t MY ý r1 e r "ýgF qty etP dv y: 3 p +,7 IAkl, K Are Lý< _ ,,," ; t: i y k k' 1 , Ii' ik? .t: approved b...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

IHE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana S, A. COOK,........ ....... .......... ... .................Editor and Propreitor PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YIAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE COTTON GROWING FOOL My breeches are out at the knees, my feet are on the ground, There's no bogs in the pen, and meat thirty cents a pound, No butter on my table, no eggs to sell in town, And home-grown corn bread is seldom ever found. My wife is in the field, my children are out of school, But I'm as happy as a lark--for I'm a cotton growing fool. Old winter has'come with clouds to hide the sun And caught me without coal, and I can hear of none, Until someone else has bought it at $16.oo a ton. If ever I get it I shall have to use a gun. There's no sheds on my farm, and rusty ar...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

ByMrD.E.row Jr. : : : : : : : : : TelaneNo.4 OF Mr$. D. E. Brown Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telwhonoo. 3 Mr. Albert Austin, of Homer. was a I welcome visitor on Sunday. Miss Alys Bond spent last week-endj in Monroe, with her father. t Mr. King Murphy, who has been in Eldoradd" Ark., for some time, visited homefolks Sunday. Every Lady will admire my show ing of new Spring Dresses in Canton t Crepe and Taffeta.-J. S. McConathy. Mr. R. M. Jones and daughter, Miss I Vera, have returned from Florida, r and report a wonderful trip. r Ladies' new Spring Dresses in Can. ton (repe and Taffeta at J. S. Me- t Conathy's. t Mrs. Jack Davis and little daughter, r left on Sunday to visit Mrs. Davis' I parents at Da'arboonne. 1 Mr. James Kilgore, of Joppa, Ala., is the guest of his uncle, Mr. J. A Stuart and family. t The best musical treat of the season will be the "Swiss Bell Ringers"--com '1 lag March 10th. Get tickets early. ( Miss Lechman, of Dallas, Texas, who ( was the charming guest of Mr. and M...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 March 1921

CHARTER at Dryeland Curing Compbn, In. b State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien- a yile. BE IT KNOWN and remembered e that on this the 22nd (ay of February. A. D., 1921, before me, Bertram F. Barnette, a Notary IPublic in and for said Htate and Parish, dluly qualitied and commissioned, came and appear ed J. M. Jones, W. A. Bryan, 0. 1'. Boddie, T. A. Loc, Lonnette Jones, J. E. Jones, Dr. J. N. Jones, XW. L. Uloer. T. J. Cummings, A. L. Ware, J. S. Ware, B. U. Payton. W. L. Bullard, J. 0. Bullard, L. A. Streetman, 11. M. Pearce, T. If. Taylor, W. I). Goff, .1. P. Head, J. I. Bass, W. T. Coker, It L. Towns, J. W. Brazell, A. L. I)Durbi.t J. M. Downing, J. N. Ellis, E. 1'. Cole. J. T. Chaffin, W. X. ('ook, W. M. Snead, J. H. Jones, BIryceltllad Mercran tile Co., Iii., Union Mercantile Co.. I. E. Sutton, T. J. Wlhitley, all resi dents of Bienville parish, wiho, in Ith presence of the unldersigined compeelntI witnesses leclaled to mue. Notary, thatI availing themselves of the provisihon of t...

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. — 10 March 1921

1THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1921 NUMBER FIFTY TOTAL RESOURCES Service. ONE OVER 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 IINTEREST ON The Commercial Bank SAVINGS of Arcadia, La. DEPOSITS 5 More SALEDays 5 We extended the time of our SALE to March 15, and only five days remain in which to buy any of the numerous bargains offered. Better Act Now! If you will need anything in this line before fall. Peo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 March 1921

eidure Romu e rm* --o .- 0 , 0 , .. sI PAMELA THORNTON. Synopsis. -Robert Hervey Ran dolph, young New York man-about- t town, leaves the home of his sweet- c heart, Madge Van Teller, cha grined because of her refusal of his proposal of marriage. His income, $10,000 a year, which he must sur- it render if a certain Miss Imogen yj Pamela Thornton (whom he has seen only as a small girl ten years before) Is found, is not considered d' by the girl of his heart adequate to modern needs. In a "don't care" sl mood Randolph enters a taxi, un seen by the driver, and Is driven to the stage door of a theater. A t man he knows, Duke Bealner, in- at duces a girl to enter the cab. C' Beamer, attempting to follow, Is pushed back by Randolph and the cab moves on. His new acquaint- g] ance tells Randolph she Is a cho- il rus girl, and has lost her position. ft She is in distress, even hungry, and p he takes her to his apartment. PART I-Continued. --3--b The girl considered gravely for a a moment; th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 March 1921

XY ILLE DEMOCR AT Sfficial Joun lirienille Parish an'Towon of Arcadia, Iouisiana A. COOK ....................... ............ .Editor and ProprTitor P l..JLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YIdAR IN fIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THI PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATI N Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, I879. rease In Tele one Rates Not Justi e demands of the Cumberland '' phone Company for a 20 per cent. increase in rates, which were approv ed and which rate is now in effect seems to us entirely unjustified by conditions. We believe that if the Cumberland Telephone Company has been able to make a small precentage of profit dur ing the past two years on their invest ments In the State of. Louisiana, they can make a greater profit mider pres., eat conditions. Practically all ma terials used in construction and main tenance have declined sharply during the past year, making a large saving in the cost of o...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 March 1921

Br r D. Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dreyer were vis- hi itors 'to Shreveport Sunday. le Mrs. Yearwool went to Ringgold las: Saturday to visit relatives. Mr. Reggie Hightower, of lonier, visited his homefolks here last week. Dr. Collins, of Delhi, was a recent re guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rammelsberg. i1 Mr. J. A. Bryan has been in Shreve lo port for several days on the U. S Petit Jury. 1* NO MORE COMPETITION! B. E. S, Lowery has the Goo(ls, the Quality lt and the Price. (Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Rammelsberg have re- i turned from a visit to their forme a , home, Delhi.. et Miss Mary Louis Tooke, returned A. last Friday from a pleasant visit t0 M Shreveport friends. Misses Maggie and Zelma Austin, 6' Ona Farmer and Mr. George Land I spent last Sunday in Ruston. Mrs. Cecil Atkins, of Htomer, was the guest last Thursday of her parents, pa Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McConathy. 1 Mrt. H. J. James and Miss Carri James, of Sailes, were guests of Mr 11 and Mrs. Bill Grigsby ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 March 1921

NEW. DIPLOMATS MUST BE CHOSEN SELECTION OF AMBASSADORS TO THE GREAT POWERS WILL BE ONE OF HARDING'S TASKS. RACIAL PREJUDICES FIGURE " These the President Always Consid era-New Commercial Policies and Economic Conditions Must Be Studied by the Appointees. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington.-One of the high duties of President-elect Harding will be to choose from among his wealthy Re publican fellow citizens men who are competent to act as ambassadors to the great powers of earth, or as min isters to the lesser powers. The word "wealthy" Is not used invidiously, for everybody knows that no American can take one of these placer unless he has an abundance of private means to pay his necessary expenses and to keep up the traditions of his office. The new #mbassadors must be men who understood business in Its intricate commercial sense, and who understand alsu the finesse of diplomacy. The work of an ambassador today is ex acting. It requires keen insight, tact, suavity and well-balanced judg...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 March 1921

I . 'I . xxx XXX XXx XIX Xx XXX XXX % Our Stock Of Cars Will Be Completely Exhausted By The End Of This Week! Sexeution iud from the aboe nam F r as issued out of the abo e .. ..a*.... .... . 4 s, Co. u.. ....... r nn CO rt and to Legal Notices and liassified Advertuising CHARTER its Blydland Curing Company, Inc. puin State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien- s um vlle. I BE IT KNOWN and resemberedl co that on this the 22nd day of Februarý TI AL D., 1921, before me, Bertram i Barnette, a Notary Public in and for pres said State and Parish, duly qualifie Nor and commissioned, came and appear t ed J. M. Jones, W. A. Bryan, O. I. pena Boddle, T. A. Loe, Lonnette Jones, J. stoc 2. Jones, Dr. J. N, Jones, W. L. Gloer, dre 2. J. Cummings, A. L. Ware, J. S. stoc Ware, B. G. Payton, W. L. Bullard, tte3 J. 0. Buliard, L. A. Streetman, te. M. cas Pearce; T. H. Taylor. W. D. Goff, 1. T$ P. Head, J. B. Bass, W. T. Coker, R. $ L. Towns, J. W. Brazell, A. L. Durbin, 2 , 1 '. M. Downing, J. N. Ellis, E....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 March 1921

HE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT VOLUME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921 NUMBER FIF -n -u i - - I I, ,--... ........._ _ __.......... ._ _N Foresight Hindsight While it is not possible for all of uS to have the foresight with which Thomas Jefferson was gifted when he made the purchase of the vast tract of land known as the Louisiana Purchase, neverthe less we can in our way took into the future with much greater confidence if we are prepared to meet whatever conditions may arise. And one of the best ways to prepare is to lay aside regularly a certain amount of your income and then when opportunity does come you will will thank your foresight for making it possible for you to take advantage of it. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saveing Accounts The Commercial ank of ARCADIA Sto p!-Re a d!-Hed )$ have decided to continue all our original sale prices excepting Avery's Plow Shapes for the balance of this week. Get busy folks and ,get what you need at these low prices f...

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. — 17 March 1921

An Adventure By George Agnew Chamberlain Romance Osnirsf f ob Mrnll Oompna MADGE. Synopsis. -Robert Hervey Ran- t dolph, young New York man-about- f town, leaves the home of his sweet heart, Madge Van Tellier, cha grined because of her refusal of his proposal of marriage. His income, t $10,000 a year, which he must sur- t render if a certain Miss Imogen Pamela Thornton (whom he has smen only as a small girl ten years before) is found, is not considered by the girl of his heart adequate t to modern needs. In a "don't care" d mood Randolph enters a taxi, un seen by the driver, and is driven g to the stage door of a theater. A a man he knows, Duke Beamer, in duces a girl to enter the cab. Beamer, attempting to follow, in S pushed back by Randolph and the t cab moves on. His new acquaint- d ance tells Randolph she is a cho rus'girl, and has lost her position. She is in distress, even hungry, and t he takes her to his apartment. d There, after lunch, a chance re mark convinces him the g...

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 March 1921

Most Collosal Combination of Merchandising Ingenuity and Profit Sacrificing Ever Consolidated or a Stupendous Selling Event Whose Magnitude Eclipse All Previous Efborts Saturday, March 9th, at 9 a BHEGEATESTThe Giesler Sales Company Wh'pe IN BARGAINS of Birmingham, Alabama Prices That Make You Think Since your grandfather was a Directing This Great Sale to of Old Times child. Everything in the store from floor to ceiling is for sale. RI DUCE THISSTO K 35, 00 .00 Very best grade of Men's Overalls will "rNOTHING RESERVED! sell for.................. ,125 NTN-EEV Men's Cotton Socks to sell for, per pair.....5c One Article Held Back! We Are FREE! Saturday Morning 9 O'clock! Men's Handkerchiefs to sell at.............5c " aded to the Guard With New At 9 a. m. we are going to throw from an automobile in front of our store fifty boxes One lot Men's 9.00 Pants, will sell for... 3.95 Goods. We've gotta unload! of beautiful and useful presents, consisting of men's shoes, men's trousers,,men's ...

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. — 17 March 1921

.1KlIEIVILLE DENOCRAT TlBIUSHED EVERY THURSDAY s 1I Advertising Rates on Application to igtered as Second Class .Matter, April U, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, a: a., winder the Act of March 3, 1879. I A. COOK,.:......Editor and Proprietor ' LES AMIS CLUB - Les Amis Club was royally entertain ed by Mrs. Lorris 1'iirnerly on Sat- a urday. The house was beautifully * decorated with flowers and tilled with Les Amis and their guests. Every i, one gowned in the "latest spri"; i models" of course, for a Saturday h . afternoon card party is quite an am bitious affair. The game of the day was five hun º dred. Miss Mary Louis Tooke won 'a Chinese Incense ,uriner as a prize for' ; the highest score and soweboldY (v ' v couldn't find out whio) won a most attractive vanity as the booby. l The refreshments were very artistic as well as delicious+ Angel, cherry v and orange ice cream were serv.d' i with French pasteries. The club is now entertainlug its ll almost every evening practicing a ....

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. — 17 March 1921

IOVERSNT URSED DELEGATES TO CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION HEAR PROMI. NENT SPEAKERS. WOULD END SCHOOL BOARD WIowo Ordinances Introduced Provide For Commission Form of Rule Delegate. Meeting Clear the Decks For Action. Baton Rouge, La.--With organiza tion perfected and a set of rules put into effect, the Constitutional Conven. tion has cleared its decks for the se. rious business for which it is called into existence-that of writing a new fundamental law for Louisiana. Some of the )ig issues that con. front the delegates have begun to show themselves. One of these is parish government reform. Two ordi nances on that subeJct were introduc ed recently, one by Mr. Clinton of Tensas and one by Mr. Hardtner of LaSalle. Both ordinances provide for commission government for parishes and abolish police Juries and school boards. Mr. Clinton's ordinance fol. lows: "All of the business affairs of the seven parishes, including public schools, shall be governed by a com mission comnposed of three com...

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. — 17 March 1921

. |.. . I I I . , IIZ XXx XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Our Stock Of Cars Will Be Completely Exhausted By The End a 1 hIne a ______ / Legal Notices and Classified Advertising + CHARTER Its liga Curing Company, Inc. poi , ar of LJounisiana, Parish of Blen-prm Ba IT KNOWN and remembered cor that on this the 22nd day of February, A. D., 1O21, before me, Bertram F. In Batrette, a Notary Public in and for pr aid State and Parish, duly qualified W and commifsioned, came and appear- No ed 3. K. Jones, W. A. Bryan, O. L e odl, T. A. Loe, Lonnette Jones, J. sto I, JoesO Dr. J. N. Jones, W. L. Gloer, d S. Cummings, A. L. Ware, J. S. ato Ware, B. G. Payton, W. L. Bullard, th 1. 0. Bullard, L. A. Streetman, H. M. I Pearce, T. H. Taylor, W ._ Go,, $. . Head. J. B. Bass, W. T. Coker, ,. L. Towns, J. W. Brazell, A. L. Durbin, 2e 3. K. Downing, J. N. Ellis, E. P. Cole, Ila $ , Cbflin, W. W. Cook,'W. M. Bu head, , H. Jones, Bryceland Mercan14 La sie Co., Inc., Union Mercantile Co., Br SI . aSutton, T. J. Whi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 March 1921

THE BIENVLL DEMOCRAT vL ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921 _ _ ------ .-.-nU am DDW DQ - I ( ,MtlMEI.'AL, RANK,, A PPIJE I, RIRiNG GASER I AMT E[ Foresight Ar Vs. lo Hindsight at at While it is not pos ble for all of us to have the foresight with which Thomas Jefferson was gifted when he made the purchase of the vast tract of. " i land known as the Louisiana Purchase, neverthe- le less we can in our way look into the future with to much greater confidence if we are prepared.to 0b meet whatever conditions nay arise. C ii And ooe of the best ways to prepare is to lay aside regularly a certain amount of your income 1, alid then when opportunity does come you will r will think your foresight for making it possible for you to take advantage of it. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts " I The Connercial Bank of ARCADIA iou had better act quickly and buy now for our sale cannot continue much longer with the prices which 'we have had in effect. We have be...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 March 1921

ATINSW FAVOR THE AIRPLAN'E S Uth America Wild. Over Flying, Ac cording to Opera Singer Just Returned From Tour. South America has caught the aerial fever hard, according to Madam Grace Fjorde, just returned from a grand opera circuit of the Latin-American republics. "In Lima, where I sang In the palace at a concert arranged by l'resid.ent IdLeui, I learned the rich young flltn of Peru all own airplanes in wlich they daily fly out and back from the Capital city to their haciendlas" she said. "The President's son told me he shortly Intended to make a ilii'ht to the United States, crossing Ecuador, the Panama canal, the Central Amenri Can republics and Mexico. Events like the opera and bull fights, and even offerings of the shops, are advvertised by dodgers dropped from flying ma, -chinesa." Madam Pjorde is the first woman to fly overLima. She went up with Cap tain Moore, an American, who is the head of the Curtiss Flying school there. The sister continent Brtizit comesi naturally to"...

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