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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 June 1919

Re Low Shoes Special Line Ladies' Daintily Smart for Summer Wear Silk Hosiery In ample assorm~nts of desired styles-Each In selecting our line of Silk Hosiery the ut day proves to many women the saisfaction most care was exercised in order that our of choosing their Footwear here. Right now stock would only be the best, quality and price we have for, your approval, a wonderful array considered. We carry a complete line of Silk the Season's most favored styles in a va- Hose in White, Dark Brown and Black. y of leathers. New arrivals constantly. Pr 1 o Ji to your range of choice, PrSices from $1.50 to $4.00 See them at our store today! "IAlso a complete line of Ladies' Skirts I .. .. I I I. . . .. ....m,  .i ,,q m . _ E. Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 ,1 .1hGuire spent Tuesday t. 'lle .Tones, has Ibeen a re f Miss Vera Jones. STooke maideo a busilless eplort last Saturday. r 'errit. of Shreveport, Is f .Mr. and Mrs. Blanton ys I'ager and Wilson: WIl returndI trout RayI...

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. — 12 June 1919

URLESON IIETURNS W1RE COMPANIES UNITED STATES CONTROL OF TELEGRAPH.TELEPHONE SYSTEMS ENDS. , , Z, HE ACTS ON WILSON'S ADVICE Existing Rates to Remain In Effect, Also Order Forbidding Discharge of Union Employee,--Fear of ,' Strike Not the Cause. y-. I Washington.--Telegraph and tele phone companies whose lines have been controlled and operated by the government since last August 1, were ordered to resume immediate opera tions for their own account by Post nmuter General Burleson. The post l office department, under terms of Barleson's order, retains a measure of control of the service pending final legislative action by congress. Regultions prohibiting discrimina- 1 tion against wire employes because of union affiliations., maintaining existing rates and charges and instructing the companies to keep specal accounts to facilitate cost settlement between themselves and the government, are retained in effect, under the order Is. sued by the postmaster general. Burleson accomfanied the ...

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. — 19 June 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT .ol. 8. FIRRE n TROS Mn I I- -----n--,------_ I rlr~ i --,,--- -_N o. 12 Confidence We feel that our past record and steady grow th are evidence that we are worthy of your con fidence. The policies of this bank are founded on honest upright principals. Strict adherence to hon est sound methods has done much toward' the growth of our institu tion. r li 'I Commercial Bank Arcadia, La. ( THERE IS NO ARGUMENT AGAIN It If you are without m o A3 I insurance, it is either carlessness, a, neglect or oversight. a We are trying here 2 to call your atten tion to a most im- eerl portant matter!. I U T Best Companies Represented. "INSURANCE OF EVERY r KIND KNOWN TO NAN" I broy hom him OATS FOR SALE tersa I have a large quantity of Bundled Oats for sale. These Oats have very heavy heads, are well cured, and are free from weeds and sticks. Price $30.00 per Not ton. stalk Still Applyto R. L. TAYLOR r at Oil Mill Office haad pat"le interi SeB Eagle Ia Thraatered. x!t.:wt"e of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 June 1919

THE BENVILLE DElOCRATl PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I1 Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second (lass Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postotlice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1Si. S. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor A neighboring trown lli:l adopt11 d the slogan. "If you want a house., 'we will build you onel." Watch 'lln grow l - 1 Areiltdia is headed in the right di rectlion. but sl's ca(lling for more "Pushers." For solie time there has been a scarcity of dwellinlgs in Arcadia. and h this condition is becoming more acute every day. Almost every day or two we hear of some one desiring to locate i here and inquiring for a dwelling. And it is a fact that right at this tinme there is not a shlgle house or a suite of rooms in town for rent. that we know of. This should signify to us that if we donl't get busy and bulbt some houses to take care of the pen pie who would make Arcadia their home. these hoesneekers will go else where. We can no...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 June 1919

L ow Shoes Special Line Ladies' Shoe DaintilySmart for Summer Wear Slk Hosiery SIn ample assorments ot desired styles-Each In selecting our line of Silk Hosiery the t day proves to many Women the saisfaction most care was exercised in order that our of choosing their Footwear here. Right now stock would only be the best, quality and price we have for your approval, a wonderful array considered. We carry a complete line of Silk of the Season's most favored styles in a va- Hose in White, Dark Brown and Black. riety of leathers. New arrivals constantly ns add to your range of choice. L4SeeI(UmatI( , Prices Irom $1.50 to $4.00 S e t e at o r s o e t d y--_ _- --__ _ _A lso a co m p le te lin e o f L a d ie s' S k irts |andr. f ,IItro e tlhe speakers First t. o King 1II(1'1 r whose super.I I sion thei. . . Mrs. D. E. Brown, J Telephone No. MIr. l)allis Roers spent the week d with holmeefolks. Dr. Ben Fergtuso4n has been on the k list this week. Ir. ntldl Mrs. . .\. ('Cook visite(l ir. ak...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 June 1919

TRY THIS METHOD OF SAVING TOMATOES An eeonomical method of canning to mratotes is re(cofmmended by the canlnilg spe(ialit.5 of the Extension Division, Lo)uisiana State University, as follows Pack firm, whole fruits hi a jar and fill in the spaces with a. concentrated tomato sauce. Each quart jar will theu provide whole tomatoes for salads or banking and ai tomato puree for soups or sauces. The recipe is given here. Select firm, uniformly red. ripe to. matoes of medium size. Put into trays Da and lower into boiling water for one Ta minute. Remove, pluhge luto cold wai ter, drain, and cut out the core with a Blender-pointed knife without c.ut. in thig into the seed cells. Peel promptly its and pack into jars. To each pint add ()oe level teasp(ionful of at minxtu1re of one-third salt and two-thirds sugar. t' 1111 the Jars with a thick tomajnt,, sau(e of luaike by (.,oking the small or broken fiii tomatoes until tender. Rlemove the eedsi annd skins by strainitng the pulp --andl concentr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 June 1919

'THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRA 18. 8. / ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919 I. .n A nn. .qJ. D w .w.... / f I w . .= N o- - i,~l il,',. 3 .....] 4, Lllh ....... = ,,^,s: , , ... . Who Is Your Banker? Did it ever occur to you that this bank was organized because there was a real necessity for such an institution in our community? That because of our exist ence many are privileged to the benefits of a HOME BANK? Patronize home industry by making use of this bank. We offer you every con sideration possible, found in good sound banking. ominercial Bank Arcadia, La. Dr 18ERE IS NO ARGUMENT /4I lt 1 in .If you are without " insurance, it'is - either carlessness, 1i neglect or oversight. 3j We are trying here it to.call your atten- lug tion to a most im- " portant matter, i Best Companies -B Represented. Pe, "ANt RANCE OF EVERY ;C. ' ID KNOWN TO MAN" RELIEF WORK OF ARCADIA RED CROSS ome Service Department of loan fed Cros\behing virtual. mlly department of that or that it...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 June 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRATuU PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 3 YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Bates on Application REPI Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postotlice at Arcadia, La.. under the Act of March 3, 18w. b. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor Giv RATM, RATS, RATS! Stril It. D. Sims should be awarded the .I)istii gulIshed Service Medal" fur his Li ireet, nti wlCtss in caipturing and !calling., nOure, rats thanli pronally. anylly t other 0n13 ean in Blenville parislh. ti lash W'edniesdIay whlieni he opcil his store hi found that a wire trap that he had set the night before contained h1 of these w pests, Suit he at that time thought this bor a good catch. Hie was so mluh elated bers over the suceees of this try that he placed the trap in position again take iipxt tight and on 'T'hursday miorninia hr couhl hardly believe his own (yes. catd but the witnesses were nllUletllrs niiid they counted 29 rats in oine small wirt Lice, trap. It is hard to estitmate how many...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 June 1919

D. . Brown, Jr. ::' : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 \1nie Butler of Monroe, wasin tile week-end. Je(sie i.ay Sherardi. left on to visit friends in Mer Rouge. 4ouis Tooke is spendin g a shor Maneral Wells with her mother. riolersi in Jordan accomupaniedl' rtla n on his trip to Columbus. T. ('. . ('.x illedi his regular ap nt at the Baptist ('liurch on (',ook visited several towns in ish this week in interest of the lt. (.race Iteagan, of Shreveport is st of her sister, Mrs. Pollart( ". ad Mrs. Y. M. Lyons and daughb ss \'erne, have returned from ,ieasalint trip to Texas. Alice Foster, hIazel ý,ud Fred telhst. left a few da:'. ago to lit iv es in Jackson. Miss. Velma )avis, who is employed ardware store in Shrevepoi't. 'everal days with her sister. lRe,,ves, last week. Reeves, of Heflin, has been thr f her son. Mr. Joe Reeves .aind Their aunt, Mrs. Prince, of l'is also been their guest. lid Mrs. B. T. Ferguson left .v to visit relatives in Texas. guson is enjoying a much need andl hops t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 June 1919

LOCAL ITEMS FROM PRICE Rhev. Martin, of Liberty 1ill, fit. ten'ded church at this place Sunday. Miss Vera Smith, of Saline. spent Sundao y with Mr. E. IT. Toms and family. r.rt Charlie Trigg, of llear Creek. 'was the guest of Miss Lula Cole Sun day. Mes.srs. ('lem Grlgg. John lKirkh mri and hlomer lTurs went to) Saline Satt. utlay o1n hullties. 1"i. anld Mrs. Joh1n1 Sniellhy, of I,ib erty Hill. s)ent hist Suinday with Mr and Mrs. C. Taylor. 1rev. W. T. Strain pretih n sp ºih did 5e1'iieli at tihe Ilapt ist church Suit day. Quilt' (ar(Wd wlul prie'senlt, Another big rain fell in this con nuniity Wý nscuiiay night iiainl hle peo Jhie sure have the grass and badly be, hitid with their work, 31 ssrs. Klin) ' Iand .lik e I',lhis- r Worth rmit)lred to Rear 4 'reek last Sat- I ilr(iay 11fthrnooni to visit Misses Maggir (hianile riaid iosliie White. Mr. naid Mrs. H. E. Allistal. Mr. anmi Mrs. I). E. ('askey and Mr. and Mrs. h, S, .1. Tots,. of Luciky ,were the guests c of Mr, J, T, Turns Sa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 July 1919

THE BIIEN V ILLE DEMOC SARGADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1919 No. 14 hIo s Your anker? Did it ever occur to you that this bank was organized because there was a real necessity for such an institution in our community? That because of our exist ence many are privileged to the benefits of a HOME BANK? Patronize home industry by making use of this bank. We offer you every con sideration possible, found in good sound banking. ummercial Bank Arcadia, La. I NO ARGUI NT AINST I If you are without s Iirnsurance, it is Seither' carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here I to call your atte9 tion to a most im --- portint matter. Best Companies, Represented., A U- SUR ANCOF EVERY DANIUID KNOWN TO REAW' .LOtIIANA'S IN TI ORKAA WAR filled to the covers with Ions will be added to the the state ,when the war nbslana soldiers, sailors is completed under th, the State Council of Na An active campaign, h New Orleans Chapter, CroMs, With A. R. Tebo d, has resulted In ...

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 July 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April 31, 1912 at the postotfice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1S75. S. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor ITHRIFT IS POWER BUY SAVE AND SUCCEEDj It seems that 3( exico jis nclined to bite the hand that's feeding her. The sunlshilne of 'I'hlru.:lay .eartninl: linade good as ºa shortener for long faces, in this section of the country. We note from press dispatches that f relvolultion is brewillg in (lermal it. If this is a fact there is ptrobabl oml hope1 for at least a portionl of their people, as there must I , le soln' difner oc('e of oilnion or' it revltllioll could 1lot he stirttedl. Sio let us hipe tilut Prussianisin has been revealed ill its true light to a portion of the German lnation. -, John 'Barleyvcorn Breathes His Last At thie stroke of twelve on last Tues day night the sale of whiskey in lthe t'. S. waits made one of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 July 1919

s. D. E. Brown, Jr. Telephone o Telephone No. 31 1. i, 3I ,sley spen)t loniday it or). al IMrs. Lawreiice Daniiiel 111( re vi.itinii in Arkansa.s. Ro 1-rt ('lcerry of Shreveport i' t of Mr. Loris Wihnhberly. .Ih,;l Fay S ihera'rd has return i a visit to 1Mer Rouge. ,,wel )Davis of 3II. ('alto, wa! :. I of relatives here reiently. i L. :1. Tooke and daughter. M Is, louis, spent the week-end I: port. Jos. I. D)reyer has returned from 1 Wells. Texas, where he haL )r sol e time. W' .M. Baker,-of Shreveport. ,nI ihe uest of her daughter. hrrman Williams. Glinmant returned from Shreve few days ago, bht has gonl , the sanitarium for treatment. es Eulat Maih, and Lenot lhut ' beIen visiting Miss Mary ny in Ruston, since last Sat and 1t( s. 'Thomas IHlarding all(l atnghter. wlho have recently re fr+nm Iniliana. viisted Homert ek. .I. B. ,ooe, "of Friendship, was 'adin visitor Tuesday and Tues ght. HIe was the guest of MIr crown. Hoyt D)o~hs. with her son. IHoy d little daughter, of 1I't. Wo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 July 1919

ERSONIAL IENTION Mr. Bolin, mayor of Gibsland, was a prominent visitor to Arcadia this week. Mr. E. B. Sneed, of Bear Creek, was a business visitor at the parish capitol this week. lion. J. W. Sutton, of Bear Creek. was a business visitor to Arcadia thh: week, and while here was a pleasaul caller at the Democrat office. Mr. T. B. Page, of Ringgold. was a business visitor to Arcadia this week and while her paid the Democrat of flee an appreciated call. 3Mr. Steve Sutton, a prominent ('iti zen from the lower part of Ward 1, wa: here Saturday trading and attending h business matte(rs at tilhe court house. T. . R. Whbherly, B. F. Allums. I). 1. Hall, S. L, Manning. 1..1. ,Moor.', A. T. Tipton, and iMr. Whitton, all of Ringgold, attended court here thi: week. W. C. Langford, Judge Lazarus, C G. Byrd and J... A. undol, were amuon; the prominent visitors from Gibsland who transacted bushiness here thl: week. Hon. .T. Rush Wimberly and J. '1' tReves were in Jonesboro this wee for the purpo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 July 1919

I- - THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT . 8. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 10, 1919 _____ _No. I_ Who Is Your ank e r? Did it ever occur to you that this bank was organized because there was a real necessity for such an institution in our community? That because of our exist ence many are privileged to the benefits of a HOME BANK? Patronize home industry by making use of this bank. We offer you every con sideration possible, found in good sound banking. ommercial Bank Arcadia, La. HR IS NO ARGUMNT AGAINST IT i If you are without insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im portant matter. Best Companies uulIuuR. . Represented. DAEL, A T 'INSURANCE OF EVERY -AN A KIND IKNOWN TO MAN" Why Not No7w? you contemplate buying Jewelry of any kind, ou should not put it off. Take advantage of ur well selected stock and buy now. od a k s and Supplies, Pianos and Columbia II rafonolas and Records. Expert Watch Repai...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 July 1919

TE lIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Mlatter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK,........ Editor and Proprietor THRIFT IS POWER BUY SAVE AND SUCCEE BAC('I HOME Aflter fou1r mnttlhs ItseitCe at the 'Veace t'onter1'ntce. l'President W\ilsont lthas Vomlt'e hack hmil|e, andis its Ieing heartily wechoIn'd by flthe people it the l'. S. A., who are inlctr'e in their expressions of high esteem and ap preciatiol for the servie he h has ren dered this nation. --- --- --- STAFFORD CALLS EXTRA SESSION OF LEGJISLATIRE E. M. Statfford, state senator from Ori llns parish, prestidenLct pro te npore of the senate, a1d elndldate for gouv. ernor, threw the stat.e ailto a' whirt of political excitement when durillng the absence from the capitol of bothi Gov ernor Pleasant and Lieutenant Gov ernor Mouton, he atletupted t, call itan extra sessionl of the leg...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 July 1919

rs. D. E. Brown, Jr. : : : : : :: : : Telephone No. 34 ,yd Stewart has returned from r 1 to west Texas. a :K. l'ren(1st11( a(nd Cmille (Curriet isitiug friends in Jonesboro. SClyde MIet('ounathy who is work. r t Sibley slent Sunday with home . and Mrs. J. P. Harrell. are enl a, visit from Mr. an11d Mrs. Tom r l. I and Mrs. L. T. Langston of Hnom ye beenl visitors to Arcadia relat I. F. Brown attended the fun )f Mr. Geo. Pyles at Driskill oI nly. Julius Williams has as guests, I rother, Mr. Horace Anders nad 1 f Grand Prairie, Texas. 1n(ds of Mr. W. A. Atkins are to know of his greatly improved I onu and hope he will soon be ses -I'ula Maud and Lenoir 'apers wId last Saturday from a week's to Miss Mary (;alloway in Itus V~eral Jones left on Saturday to I the en1nuiltntent of the Bap hools ,it Pineville. She will als, it Iolktwhk. andlu Mrs. (Geo. Howell and daugh liss Elisaheth, of Sweetwater, airrived Saturday and are guests 1and Mrs. W. ('. Howell. SHelen Alexander, of Monroe. is ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 July 1919

Art for Art's Sake. "The desideratum of things a~rtltlc," mused the guy with the temperament, "would be a wedding between the girl on the front page of a current maga zine and the fellow on the collar ad* vertisement." oooooooooooooo000000000000000 0 0 o J. S. WILLIAMS o a Notary Public o o Office in 0 o J. S. McCouathy's Store o o Arcadia, La. o 0 0 0ooooooooooooooooo000000 * . . . . . * . * * * * ,. L WILLIAMS * * Attorney at Law * Areadia, : Louisiana * * Will practice in all the courts ' LOST OR MISI'LACED All parties arc hlereby not itI,  flot to hIy nor trade for Stock ('ertificate No. 711, of tlhe Hryvelhula State Bank. said ertifieate representing 14 sharº's of the stock of said bhanllk an'd is the pro perty of the undersigned. 'lThis er titlenate was either lost or misplaced by ntr some time in I)Devenmer, 1917 or January. 1918. This the 20th day of June. 1919. DI. J. N. JONES, Bryceland. L.a. 6-26 7-31-6t. Charter No. 7476 Report of Condition of the Reserve Dis. No. 11 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. — 17 July 1919

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT 1. 8.A AI IVL PASOIAATU DYJL 19 1 !. 8. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1919 No. 16 ._---"". ... ..'. ., .. .. . ..... ":. ,- I ..... Who Is Your Banker? Dia it ever occur to you that this bank was organized because there was a real necessity for such an institution in our community? That because of our exist ence many are privileged to the benefits of a HOME BANK? Patronize home industry by making use of this bank. We offer you every con sideration possible, found in good sound banking. :ommercial Bank Arcadia, La. HERE IS NO ARGUINTAGAINST IT If you are without loO insurance, it is either. carlessness, r neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im portant matter. ALBRTeBest Companies I Represented. h0 AM , IT ,URANCEU OF EVERY KIND KNOWN TO NAN" Sy Not Now? you contemplate buying Jewelry of any kind, u should not put it off. Take advantage of well selected stock and buy now. od a k s and Supplies, Pi...

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 July 1919

THE BIERVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postolice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. I. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor THRIFT IS POWER BUY SAVE AND SUCCEED TEXAS TOWNS HAVE RA('E RIOTS-SOLIIIERS IN ('ILKR(E lhe riotms were reported the first of thel wiieek ai Longview aIIni Port Arthur, Texas. Several inegroes and a feiw white men are in hospitals as a result of the uprising. 'iThe trouble at Longview ie('galll over all article alhleged to Ihave i ln prinlt ed ill a negro paeltr. published ii, Chtleago. and was selit inl by a LoI-i . view negro. andtl( had reference to a young white girl that had beein as saulted by a negro of that vicinity, nml who later met the fate of Ithose kind of brutes. longview was plated undier martial law on Momdy., aul at the present time all is quiet in that city. The Port Arthur trouble arose over a negro smokiluig ...

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