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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 March 1921

4SSIUNMEIT LIST; LAWY CALENDAR IS UP AS Tillg CONVENTION RESUMES tc ITS WORK) ti IGN IMPORTANT POSTS 01 fc Ordinances Have Been g Introduced and Referred to the Proper Committees--Would ti Regulate Public Utilities. I)i Baton Rouge. -- A heavy calender V fronts the Constitutional Convention J Eon It reconvenes. Ninety-four or- If ances have been introduced and e ,fefred to proper committees. When h standing committees were an- g Dounced, these subdivisions of the convention had their hands full. Pub- t Me hearings will follow each other in Vapid order when the committees get h bto action. i Another flood of ordinances dealing a With taxation, retrenchment and re- r 4ductlon of public expenditures, which f op the list of big issues before the £onvention, is expected.. Among the s 4Sdinances looked for are those coy- s ng the program of the State Texa- s on Commission. t ooext in important ordinances due a be introduced are those relating tod organization of the Judiciary sys- t Embr...

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 March 1921

TIE BIENVILLE DEMl OCRATA PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April U1, 1912 at the postofice at 1irca+lia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 8. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor 'zhe. MnemrCan (Copy for This Department Suppli,'d by the Amerlcn Legion News S,,rvlie.) HOLDS TWO LEGION OFFICES Winchester, Va., Man Is State Histo rian as Well as Chairman of Americariism Commission. B. M. Roszel of Winchester, Vsa.. has been entrusted with two otlices by the' Virginia depart .'.' menit of the Amter lean Legion. Ilhe is state histor!'t as well as ch;ir man of the 1w) ptrtment's Amer " I: icanlism (lonIriS slon. He also serves as historian of his post. Born In 1Balti in o r e, Md., Mr.' Roszel was edu cated ill the schools of his state and received the A4B. and Ph. D. degrees from Johns BA9kins University. Afterwards he was a fellow in astronomy and an in structor in mathematics in that insti tution, and later a teacher of physi...

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 March 1921

tilER REDUCTIONS. OFFERED BY J. S. McCONATHYo His Big Reduction Sale has just started. People are buying every day. Those who bought the first day have come back and bought more. McConathy's stock must be sold. New Spring Suits for ladies' and men, new Dresses, new Shoes, new Hats-they're all greatly reduced. are satisfied that there has never been a greater reduction made on a stock of Ready-to-Wear. The price is the best, the style is the best, the value is the best What more could want. THE GIESLER SALES CO., of Birmingham, Ala., in charge of Sale *'\1 Young en. Where Can You Beat These Ladies' New 9 Prices % On Saturday, Mar. Space does not permit us to quote but a few of the many tSrini (I 6th, we will sell prices that we are offering. Read these: r o j you a $45.00 Suit Best Overalls at.............................$1.25 Men's $7.00 Hats at ...........................3.0 Su ts 0fo Men's $10.00, $12.00 and $16.00 Low Shoes i ts'' at.... ...................... 3.98, $4.98 and $...

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 March 1921

Lfenure Rom R-iE. &4Ti8485~-A~PiZb 6~L2A~ PART II-Continued. -7 Her voice came back to him from very close as though her face had been pressed to the glass in an effort to make him out. "At the corner of the Avenue and East Ninth street." Ten minutes later he drew up his 'nb at the appointed spot and reached back to throw 'ten the door, but kept his foot on the clutch release, leaving the gears in mesh, first speed ahead. All his precautions were in vain. As he opened the cab door his coat sleeve was seized in a very determined ,grip and drawn inward, catching his elbow in a Jiu-Jutsu leverage that left him the Hobson's choice of either get. ting out and facing his captor or lis tening to his arm break. He chose to get down from his seat quickly. "Well, Bobby," murmured Miss Van T. Mr. Randolph attempted no evasion; he handed the lady to the curb and guided her gently' toward her own door and up the high steps. "Madge," he said, "you fought a great fight to. night and when you h...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 March 1921

m ~..++ III IIIIIII IIIIII IIIIII III II Ill IIII I I ll lll II11t l t a1 t WE ARE OFFERING THE PEOPLE OF THIS (BIEN VILLE) PARISH THEIR HOME AND PARISH PAPER THE BIENVIILE DEMOCRAT-TWO FULL YEARS FOR ONLY THREE DOLLARS ($3.00). THIS OFFER -CLOSES MAY Ist, SO YOU W I1I. SA\V E T eMONEY BY SENDING IN ýpUR REMITTANCE NOW! SIf you are not a subscriber, this )s your opportunity to get your home paper at pre-war prices by subscribing for two years.in advance. One year subscriptions remain $2.oo. I If you are already a subscriber, you, will save money by renewing for two years i, adpvance while this offer is in efect. .sc r t lo n {P e r If you owe us, take advantage of this offer. No matter how far in arrears you may be xe will give you credit for S b c p i O ..,two-years subscription if your remittance of $3.00 is received before May 1st. If you are behind one yera, S$3.oo will pay you up and in advance one year. Fill in the blank below and mail with your remittance, today. ,' ,THIS OFF...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 March 1921

SLegal Notices and Classified Advertisiig CHARTER Brlyeeland Curing Company, Ine, State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien ville. BE IT KNOWN, and remembered that on this the 22nd day of February, A., D, 1921, before me, Bertram F. Baruette, a Notary Public in and for said State and P'arisb, duly qualified and commissioned, came and appear Sed J. M. Jones, W. A. Bryan, 0. L. Boddie, T. A. Loe, Lonnette Jones, J. E. Jones, Dr. J. N. Jones, W. L. Gloer, T. J. Cummings, A. L.' Ware, J. S. Ware, B. G. P'ayton. W. L. Bullarld, J. 0. Bullard, L. A. Streetman, H. M. Pearce, T. H. Taylor, W. D. Goff, J P. Head, J. B. Bass, W. T. Coker, R, L. Towns, J. W. Brazell, A. L. Durbin, J. M. Downing, J. N. Ellis, E. P. Cole, J, T. Chaffin, W. W. Cook, W. M. Snead, J. H. Jones, Bryceland Mrcaio tile Co., Inc., Union Mercantile Co., I. E. Sutton, T. J. Whitley, all resi dents of Blenville parish, who, in thl presence of the undersigned competent witnesses declred to me, Notary, that availing themselves 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. — 31 March 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT _ VOLUME X VOr-LUME- ~ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1921 NUMBER ONE ;~~~~~~~~~~~I- . -- -*-----.--.--.-- t- -----.----.~~.~- -~= -:-` z::I17-:-.-'I2I T.~-I :I~=:--: -~--1 -:-~f-: I:I I-: Foresight Vs. 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 look 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 Saving Accounts The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA Hardware! Thats our line and we do claim to know it. Our buying capacity can save you money. Test us out by buying our ...

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. — 31 March 1921

-(--- -- - - - An TAAdnture B ARomance ByGeorgeAgnewChamberlaRo Copyright. The BobtH·w~at Coomput SPART Ill-Continued, do 0,,,.-. Co "Can't I?" said Miss Thornton, with ri Snew edge to her voice and something SIn her eye's that made them look as El , though they were passing in review an all the unchaperoned years since first th. s' he made her debut as an ipdeplendlent ha sc ullery-maiid at Mrs. Blunfum's feed- ne house. "I shall change'nothing here, th she concluded. "When Randy-Mr. chI Itandollih comes back, he shan't find to his place cluttered with females." fry Mr. Milyuns turned on her a gaze lit that was complex with admiration and realization that he was on the way co to biting off more than he could chew. '"' lie decided to sidestep. gc "Can you be in this afternoon?" he fo asked. th "Oh, yes,i' said Pamela, involuntar- fy 01 lancing at the door and betraying a half-formed intention to watch that ne portal night and day until death or Mr. Robert Hervey Riandolph arrived; i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1921

1 4 ý irl I 1 Iri : AST FIE DA Y F McCONAT 'S SALE! ill be profitable days for buyers. I don't ask you to accept my statement that I am giving you big bargains, but come see ourowvncomparisons and thendecidetoryourse -" decide for yourself, No Store Can Make You a Better Price oung Men Than the Following on Standard Ladies' ew -· M EiiMerchandise / Think of this! A Men's $75.00 Kuppenheimer Suits for... ..... .$37.50 $4 5 00 SA Men's $60.00 Kuppenheimer Suits for,............$30.00 $4 0 Sutof Men's $50.00 Premier Sui ts four. .. .. . 2600 Men's $45.00 Serge Suits...................$22.50 ~Clothesfor only 2u " \ Sf o All Boys' Knee Pants Suits at 1-2 price. A ll Men's Pants, including Marx-Made, for 1- price. UIt Best Overalls at. ........................$1.25 ' Mei's $7.00 Hats at.. ... ... ......,.$3.50 b~i. , We are not reserving a Men's $10.00, $12.00 and (16.00 Lot; Shoes inle item in our store, 1 $1000, $single item it, our stoe S·at.............. .....$3.98, $4.98 and $6.98 an...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1921

BDEJP1ILJ BEPOCRA u' ot JBd.8HD Ev I THURSDAY Fe AlvertWng itee n Application M tered am Second Class Matter, April 1' 1%c 1912 at the postoflce at Arcadia, I under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ti A. COOK,...... Editor and Proprietor It is saidul or Jos. Dawidoff & Co., M A v week, that this firm is perhaps iore closely c(Innected with the bankk ig ilterests thanl any other dry goods Jai ready-tro-wear firm in the state pd most certainly in Bienville parish The fact is that this concern at pres ~ t has the banklng office of the First t' unt & Banking Co., located in one tt "it's show windows, while the offic' a And vault of the First National Bank I SArcadia is located in, the rear of store. It also happens that the u, it building just across \the street jp the home of the Commercial Baial SArcadia. It would seem that I)awi 4i & Co., are not lacking for financial Sacking" just at present any way Ing to the fact that they a're eing to "closely pressed" by money. thist neern ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 31 March 1921

DER COMMITTEE TO BE 8Y ON IMPORTANT CON. VENTION WORK. Y ABOLISH COMMISSION I. Service Body With Five Mem. Svsproposed in Convention S.Spedial Committee Expected - to Review Transactions. ~tnRouge, La.-The beginning of -10estigation of the affairs of all departments, boards and corn na by the special committee under the Ponder resolution; cement of a series of hearings ~i important measures introduced; 'formal abolition of the committee ~t~sof the city of New Orleans -ae introduction of an ordinance Dr. V. K. Irion of New Orleans a public service commission ,jy members and abolishing the commission, were the main of the Constitutional Con. dion Friday, when that body closed tgird week of the session. '36 special investigating commit 'omposed of Silas D. Ponder of J. H. Morrison of Pointe and George S. Guion of As 'don held its first meeting and upon the secretary of state for of all boards, commissions and ,that function under authority *state. Secretary of State "immediately went t...

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. — 31 March 1921

Legal tlcS an siied Adrting CHARTER Rl said Bryceland Curing Company, Inc. elect State of Louisiana, Parish of Bien TI Ville. 1( lE IT KN')VN and re11melm(redl Sect that on this the 22nd dny of Februar I who A. D., 1921, before me, liertra F. r Barnette, a Notary Public ih all or urer said Htate andl Parish, d(uly iualli l and commissioned, e,;ue cnd uappear the ed J. IM. Jones, W. A. Bryan, O. 1, iwo &oddie, T. A. Loc, Loniett! .Jones, J. (,f I E. Jones, Dr. J. N. JoIIas, W. L. Gloer, pr T. J. Cumnnhiiigs, A. IL. Ware, .J. S. niiu Ware, B. G. I'ayton. W. L. Bullard, tiee J. 0. Bullard, L. A. Streetfuh, Ii. .1 'T Pearce, T. II. Taylor, W. D. Goff, J. doh P. Head, J. B. Bass, W. T. Coker, R. pre! I,. Towns, J. W. Brazell, A. L. Iurbin, tre . . owning, . N. Ellis, . Pm . Cole, tre: J. T. Chaftln, W. W. Cook, r. M i thei Sneed, J. I. J onies. lryretlonl nCr' at`" tile Co., Inc., ilnion Mran tile e Co., lw I. E. Sutton, TI J. Wthitley, all resit dents of Bienvllei parish, who, in th...

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. — 7 April 1921

THE BIENVI LE VDEi CR SARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSLUMDAY, APRIL X21 .._--- ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDA\Y, APRIL 7 1921 NUiMBER TWO Foresight Vs. 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 look 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 Saving Accounts The Commnercial Bank of ARCADIA Hardware! Thats our line and we do claim to know it. Our =buying capacity can save you money. Test us aOut by buying our goods before buying elsewhere We are in position to save you mone...

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. — 7 April 1921

eurTe Rom ce 4400 o / jA)/[h (6?tf PART IV. "I ne, -11- Suthle The Ascent to Mars. Tih, When [I. Roblert IHervey Randolph, pitablli alias Slim Ilervey, chauffeur, vic'e Pat- frdoted rick O'Reilly, ex-driver of the Village of sht Cab company's No. 1895), skhided that itamnel vehicle disastrously to the curb in 0(Sha front of the Poppy clulb and, as a re- heen sult of his criminal neglig"nc'e. in con- one I junction with Miss Inotgene Pamela him. Thornton's reprehensihle peeking oe- "Nt cupatlon, hurled that young lady to the sna midhldle of the sidewalk on her haUlnd. the d and knees, he leaped from his seat on want a spontaneous Imlpulse to help her to down her feet and adniunister every kind of "' first comfort that the occasion seemed ert. :I to demand. I"l.:. Two ctnsiderntins, howeve(r, shot ()'Sh: from the doublelharre!e hlunderhuss get t of Itidl(ule alhrt ionor, caught himn on "I the wing, st it were, and dellecte(d Robe his flight from west to .ea.t with a Tourl sharp turn...

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. — 7 April 1921

iI rOtteri Bargains on't be misled by rumors that I am leaving Arcadia, because I am here and here to stay. It is true that I have purchased a store in Haynesville and will do an exclusive Ready-to.Wear jusiness there. This will really enable me to give my customers &re better service, due to the fact that I will buy Merchandise in much larger quantities, and I shall continue to give .you the best in my line. I am still offering a big reduction on practically every item in my store, and assure you that my new store in Haynesville will no way conflict with my business in Arcadia. J.S. MeConathy Arcadia, i(U Oka'I Jr s! 0ry Louis Tooke visited week. at iilliamson spent the I of r, of Monroe, was last -Sunday. i vi kmings, of Blenville, cntly of his niece, T of Mansfield. who has been with Ida Williamson left t her son in Ruston. here. lee is cheap. B at a very low price ii and, of Shre eport, " day of her mother, ell, of Monroe, after last week with Miss k ned to her homes a uck w...

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. — 7 April 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCR AT* t'UBLISHED EAVEpY ili'ii11D4? I Advertising Rates on Application I ntered as .ec'ond ('iaý Matt,,r, April 1, 1912 at the postoffl'e at Arn':tlnu, ta., Under the ACt of Maruh :;, 1 79. it S. A. COOK......... Editor and Proprietor Arcadia ils rerei!ly a l','I ciý,,' . l).il(".u s itý'rl 'i, s .vhi,.h a il 1 . I,'' pi" liLli~lf'ct terlIr f l iL ;11iN1 ;il' V siIlly of the p1'01. ,,f oiur ii j'ipi-hI:1). TI'lL' ator ·111 li,,ht 111;in:t t I etlher wilh, our f elri-ienii fife' d ccialli ii(i is a i o11 n f eni pIt of p r(,:nesiV(ei''ss a ii aar t\\ i f K (oIT ,our h it to, our preseli(I townll ('()11' I0 Tlhe Ar(dia hi e, & F u'(,I i.'s pilal i` ;i nIi (,'Nem lilticatioli of the sl)iri lita It (.ri, :' in our littlhe city" and a (.r.I to hthI lnel titl [nilt the, "llihll"i I! the iuove ll-ln t that l 1I1Ii1 ' it 1 f;!',.! Tihe Arcandia Motor ('oLI i I(, l 'tI(,her in stlitution oif wvh ii' ourII lp (oplel on, jltl~ ly proudl i alL is al lher sil r...

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. — 7 April 1921

jjT OVER PLAN N R CIYIL SERVICE {5 . AN OPPOSES PLAN ON UND MATTER IS PURELY LEGISLATIVE. CONSIDER ORDINANCE mittee Is Appointed To Re > e proposition For New Orleans 1.Methods of Primary Elections Up For Consideration. Iiton Rouge, La.-Charles Rosen ;.former Mayor liehrman of New `'i es led opposing sides in a four. "debate recently before the com. on municipal and parochial cor ons of the Constitutional Con. w-on the subject of civil service N'ew Orleans. The Rosen side was ous, the committee finally adopt. the following motion by Colonel P, Sullivan, president of the Or. Democratic Association: obie it resolved, that the subject mat. of the Rosen civil service ordi. be and is hereby declared to be r subject for consideration by onstitutional Convention and said ce shall be hereafter consider. b this committee." etras followed with the adoption p motion by Rene A. Viosca, of New that a sub-committee of five' gypinted to consider the proposi ot'ivil service for New Orleans. n Wi...

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. — 7 April 1921

Legal Notices and Classified Advertising 1I. . 1. , u!. e Iit, 1 ;.11 , !.u;ic, laL Febri ;J,; i .Th I9_I. ( NO 'l '1 i- h( 1r . , !! t (hatrh1'ý Busl, o' !f! L:;" . La.l ,. V,,' ) .oi l , lnry 19l, 1 1 !j:;W l , i:, .wI i( 'I 7-17.1. N), . 1,. f,-, , 1', N .; ,rh ', cli ll'l f Si;ll1i1,' ; 1 til ;' ') 'i (, ' , 1 141 -!' ) . 'r1( h. 1I t'.4 11 11 1 V' , II i. lI'  ,'1 I ;, iI miaki ti hrt e-hiuli 1hrtIr; , to ltIab'r li, 'out- ('loo-k of CG. t'. A r1 'a'; i , L,,uli, iNll4an , Io)r It h day o " April, 1i 21. 11 ; Ashl'y. i111i. u '1; 1. I,.. \W illliIn .1114le:' . iting~lLi, l.a ,;nl lDur:Hl.y1, ti..;oll, Ia. .loh Ash.lt y, liltnýg!ol, La. ---o- .. .. ..... O(NST'.1ILE SA.LE lertha arry \" . Julll hrv.y, No 1flo1,, i 'n l hirlld .l i'ii l Ilrif .t1 (' 1r"1, I'r riu if I ti nt ill' 1 .1. Ily vhtllh of a writ It t. ioii 1, . e(( o' t of I(,:h 1,e 'ow t l,'ltl il 'l r,'h :rei ! en titled (,tih e,, 1 hiav' "ie twl ut14 lk ell Into tliy 1tS1'S on S aI ii l e ,11 4,f1 t'' for sale...

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. — 14 April 1921

r<i;The Bienville Democrat ME XARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1921 aWV nAUBIU t UYKV----rL____·_-nan .I-_·__ OIL COMPANY G ORGANIZED TO ON fIELDS LEASE oil co.',lp l+, is being organiz for thel pIrp.t1e of drilling ltest well in the neighborhood fleids weli .iiust across the line borne pari-h, labout 6 mileh Arcnadia. T!'Ih l ompany wil! tali ed at about 4 5.000.00 about Which h-as l'irealy been sub i (:by lo.l 1 :,s. men, and b3. :interested i: the development 01 possiblithe I'rought to light Yrelds tesc. Ow. Dgs 'f 1,i in the Field: acted the aittenltion of people IY places, .,olnie of them ex. drillers :and scouts who stat. they had nt seen a test that r prospects of makilng a well. Ol who visited the Fields well it was being hiailed believes if en possible to, make the prop tb it would have been brought producer, and are willing thi money into another test ame location. r~e stock has been subscribed Wve the names of the officers Trs of the new co...

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. — 14 April 1921

C SMEETIN ; AT - ALEXANDiI A '4(TEsS LAu isihia Stare' ! ',(,'lot' . "s . . !jon that e,',ive'rtIi ii .'1 11,., l, i;: week a *r t;r tl 1m . ,1,. Sm eeilfnul eve(r 1 1he l (,f i "' ;tf ... .; ,! lof t(-,lle ; . It w;a l(; 11 1.,1tpl'" 'u x ot 1:1 f il. H aiton ta t t gi' i; of ti,11i' u 'e,ti:  , h;Mle t ll , dent, . Mar , 1 e the .. r,-i, . ,,I ;ii. TAIe ethe al hnit ' Stat in Iitrl' i -,i, ' Ims ran t he I e1.iii e ,,- ff L h e 1 i.7 al ', of lhie [.nqlCn, ri p n t t ren pro valu t I Ih M th Ui B , muieriv iie i Slh o, l wher e ((. In1t I, trig r heway I whiil, se)l( ly, ielr'1eoi t l l:year ,, lit i I tllf (tl Slc re I)r, Edwhe h ol hns, (i \l ilt V l lilre irbllt U'niv(,rsily: Sulpt. T. If. (]malrri ,IT 11,, Sh ,retar y L. J Aoltil n, f l i( tyelf i, Sthtw s frineil yS liiii' fr J,. f.lnl: i Riigodhigo(hc Normal tt Fehoolt ; ii 111.rdM en e of tOille s Mi i ss ().i ill ndig h ,ig ll s eia l lii ell, of t tIl ate Ndreat iloe r i g irl P 11i(t ohers. At l hlae r( g.e of tl ...

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