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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 April 1921

An TAAdventure ByBy George Agnew Cha4erlan Romance IopyItbT, hb obb.Mntfl somoany PART IV-Continued. a -13-- "I (on't vwant to buy," said Mr. Ran. to dolph paIlt iely. "You're right, in a of way, ,alout my being crazy. You see, of sIe you saw mne the other day, I've at co'e iltto s-tiln easy long stuff, and it's just ruiltilng my experiment in the c philosophy of a Iunoneyless life. I want -to lose' my wad just like I told you, T and if you dn1't promise to start sell ing for me irside of the next five min- st utes, I'll let friendship slide and call up some real brokers." T "Well, if you put it in that way, you escaped loon, I'll assist your sap-head- R ed philosophy to your exact cash limit. When will you pony up?" ' "In tvwenty minutes by the clock," rE amid Mr. IRandolph cheerfully, and rang al The historic pounding drive on ci Amal. I. S. & C. that started with the h opening of the market on the follow. Is tog day was of such Homeric propor- d Eons that the advance sale ...

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. — 14 April 1921

ITHE BIENVILLE EMOCR AT 'fficial Journal Bicmniilc Parish and Town 0o Arcadia, Louisiana . A. COOK-..---- ....Editor and Propreitor !S . A . co o",. ........ .... ......... ............. - .. . ......... - $2.00 A IYEAR IN BINVIIAJLl'; \1,.,1>i- A YEAR OUTSIDE THE I'.\ 11 :,iI - ADV'L ISIN(i RI , )'\ PPIJCXTION Entered as Second Class 11a, tcfr..\pi , 112 :t ther postoffice in Arcadia, la., under the Act of .arcl 31879. Loyltin wlti oiut riill i wilds of , ii' r ' iii ' tc, idirtiy'': . 1 2 i low w;o 'iah lilk til wrld i . I I hands tiedI Ihiril 'l i i 'W e halve i tw s "ii 11,111'" they have Iwo r set ilh wllall .;1 we never ,\)itet . to .1 , i l ii ih , for thecir uitrin':'. When hi lets i' singing a nd shells aire' ..hriin.i s ,"1; i "patriots" fire us Y 'lly i i" l,s , trloesly fishing in anil cia \l wa i e ;l' ill'" ' to the rear. What we need is i patrioti thki l lpt Impels a manll to love his ºountry fr I ' what it. is and for what it hlas doli it for hinself andl f...

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. — 14 April 1921

Jst in e of time -just w en you nee e rcan se ave to o am gto ge you ano portuty to smyby giving a And I mean a reduction unequalled. In order to meet the decline in Dry Gloods I have made a reduction on every article in this department---a reduction that v,'ill make it possible for you to buy what you need, and buy it nowl I have also re duced the price on GROCERIES and every other item in my store. I haven't space in this advertisement to quote prices on everything that I have to offer, and I want you to come in and see the values; see the price and see what a saving this ., BIG REDUCTION means to you. SALE BEGINS At 8 0 0 ** cClellan's cClellan's AraiF A.Arcadia, La. FREE! To the first 10 Ladies' entering my store Saturday morning I will FREE1 give a dress pattern absolutely free ! ADLES DEPARTFEN GROCERY DEPARTNrENYT D o m e s t i c , p e r y a r d -- 1 0 e M a t c h e s , p e r b o x 5 c 5 S Outing, per yard- - l 10c l bArm and Hammer Soda for Sc '  ui'' Lad es.................

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 April 1921

Ilh lfffUthere i. ; ri AAA n (r surplus NEW 0 801 PUN15 that se. DI , "That urn pled. B N meat ol i ARE PUT UNDER iposes t N servef _ pie, ani Scover VALUABLE RESOURCES WILL BE concerr PROTECTED AND WASTE by the CHECKED. gandla I Carr tC C- C, carbon I 00t)O wht POLICE POWER MAY BE USED tion oW I Legisla this su Governor Parker Flatly States Policy bteen r of Louisiana Interests-Gas Fields propD1g Are Liable to Be De- ihe gCo stroyed. Legisht troyed. ports. SThe • ment 1 Baton Rouge.---"One of the biggest carbon menaces to the gas fieldls of Iouisianalco wo is that of the carbon black plants. No Then more of those plants will he licensed Board in this State. Those companies nowthe cc in operation will not be permitted to' arbor waste natural gas or destroy gas fields t.he SI by excessive use, and the police power 1'0. of the State will be brought into play said 1 if necessarY to protect this valuable `repres natural' resource." This flat declaration of the State's for o policy in de...

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. — 14 April 1921

331-3 Per Cent Off ON SHIPMENT OF Ladies' New Spring Suits Re ceived This Week These are ibautiful styles made of extra good ma terial. You  ust see these Suits to appreciate them New Pumps YHae recently received a shipment of Ladies' Pumps, nsisting of White Canvas, White Satin, Black atin and Grey Suede. They are very beautiful, viceable aind the styles are positively correct, For the Men Ihave recently received a shipment of New Spring its, which are great values moderately priced. J. S. ecConathy Arcadia, Louisiana Brown Jr. : : J : : : : : : Telhem No. 4 ". , ,TlhoaN,5 Tb6mas made a short vi* itat week. d Guidry, of Homer, is Mother, Mrs. Shull. League held a businesh the Methodist parsonage Garret was the guest Story while in town last erring is to leave thi, ille where hedwill business. Jingston, of Homer, has est of her mother, Mrs. P. Woodman and 0. A. week to visit Chicago atgomery, of Saline, tisitor to Arcadia this f Shreveport, was a Mrs. B. B. Robin ,medium sized, Oe...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 April 1921

Legal Notices anU Classified Advertising NOTIICE FOB rtBLIC,..ION So. 5;39t S - -tat U. ,. Land tlicte at IBaton, Rouge, La. lltate ..'eibr ary ] hiI, i)º , 'll. NI' is er n ll, it Chlrlmy don. Ny'OTICEf' is Lurer y' n on Jas 1Undº Biush, of B gin;:,;I,,l, Lat., wl', ou Jan- 1 :ir1bi ltarY 1 ', 11, i: ' l stead (Act lxc(uti u[-17-14), .', 7, ; r Northwest 'Ird Ho I quarter of ' S i lla't (asier Ir NW 1-1 saed, I 1 of Sl1, 1-4), Sc(.vti 1-t / o pt b, Rang " 1 U W est, Lotfi:,,an ~ a sh ;Mer(liatl, l:,; filed ui' tic' or intention at the t Mranke thlree-yeir proof, to estabilisl Courti clhtima to the laur a'ºove described, be ish, La fore Clerk of CUourt, nt Arc:Llila, Louis lana, o11 the 1th day of April, 192L ef ('laimalnlt namest as witnesses: Mock Ashley, Itinggold, La. Gorth William Ashley, Ringgold, La Nortir 1aul 1)aIrby, Ringgold, La. I- a! jwohn Ashley, Itinggold, La. of SW E. D. GIANELL)ONI, The Register. as bel Ri-o- CONSTABILE SALE writ Bertha Harvey Vs. June hllarveY, N...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 April 1921

The Bienville Democrat VOuE x ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1921 NUMBER FOUR LEASE S;WINDLER IN JAIL BERE WANTED IN ARKANSAS . B. CrsblTy, who has been operat iog in and air'ou'd Arcadia and Bryce la4d for t!h, past several days taking eases and options, was arrested in Shreveport by Sheriff J. E. Currie and City Marshitl Boddle of this place, and brought here anid lodged in jail, and wil, be held to answer to several charges preferred .gatinst him by those whc have had dealings with him. He i. also beliert'd to be the man who is wanted in Icwisville, Ark., to answer : charge of defrauding the Bodeaw Bank, of Hope, Ark. , His method of swindling was very sooth.. He represented himself as be ing an oil scout working in the inter. ot of the Homer Natoinal Oil Co., and took leases and options supposedly for that company. After getting the signas Stues of the land owner upon the lease. and before having the instruments recorded, he would erase the Homer Natio...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 April 1921

STORMS THREATEN AT BATON ROUGE MOVE STARTS TO TURN MUCH OF SEVERANCE LEVY INTO GEN ERAL FUND. PROPOSE LEASE TAXATION Barring Use of Natural Gas in Carbon Black Making Is Asked-Blow Aimed at Support of Farm College. Baton Rouge, La.--Storm clouds hovered over the (Constitutioial Con vention when that body took its usual week-end adjournment. The issues that indicated the approach of a series of storms were:. 1. Demand of the parishes with nat ural resources for a slice of the sev erance tax fund. 2. Movement by some of the dele gates to divert a large portion of the severance taxes Into the general fund. 3. Proposed taxation of oil, gas and other mineral leases on a basis of pro ductlon. 4. Attempt to prevent the greater agricultural college from getting the benefit of severance taxes. 5. Opposition in certain quarters to the proposed tax of 1 mill after 1924 Dfor the support and maintenance of I the greater agricultural college. 6. Efforts to prohibit the use of nat ur.l gas In the ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 April 1921

4'SHITPMENT OF Spring Suits Re This Week sityles made of extra good ma Sthese Suits to appreciate them. e Pumps shipment Qie 'ePumps, anv'ai, While'-atin, Black Suede. They are very beautiful, .e. are positively correct. 'thbMen 'a shipment of New `Spring 'tvalues moderately priced. ý Ia; ut una s t s s s s - ss s a.. 4 aeat hex cliii Mr. 4Rd Side At., sister, eeland, wrence o0n, la Du 'irhave their the Drs. ta J',r hotie ,p p FIP. P from Ise was ill ilater, to ioth Iler Igo C. . of S. L. Yv· Consisting of amous Males and Females, Renowned Clowns id Aealists Ned'trong Men and Women in letculean s A Phen nal .ymnasts, Woi rful Troupe of So and arionishing Atletic ii . Dr. E. 0. Edgerton, of Crichton, at tended a lodge imeetbg in Arcada 'ol Tuesdayj evenig of th0 week.. Whle here he was the-bt-t of his sliter, Mrs. D. E. Brown, Jr. Mis :Noraee Johnsai~ and childr.m, who have been In LttQn Rock. Ark., for severt fponths #g Ete' ipteret et. her littis daughter's' beAth,, bas retutned t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 April 1921

Big Demonstration April 26th - The - Fordson Tractor In the construction and maintenance of roads and modern farm!ling. Factory reprcscntatives will be on hand and prac tical instruction in actual work will be given. This demonstration will be held at ARCADIA, LOUISIANA\ , and all progressive citizens are cordial ly invited, especially the farmers. Cars will be fur nished for transporting you to and from grounds free of charge. Arcadia Motor Co. ! J. C. ROBERTS, MANAGER ARCADIA, - - - - - LOUISIANA THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERPY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application Natered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor It is impossible to recover losses by incurring more losses-that is the road to bankruptcy. Unless cotton can be sold it will not pay debts or taxes, neither can we eat it. Supreme Court in Politics By a vote of twenty-two to twelve, ,he Judiciary Committe...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 21 April 1921

HE FRANRS it by LYNSber So bt by Charles Scr!bner's Sons THE WRECKING OF THE WRECKERS "She is married now, and her husband is still living." -For a little I roldn't do anylhing but gape like a chicken with =the pip. It wars simply fierce! I knew, as well as I knew anything, 'hal the h oas "A.S gone on Mrs. Sheila; that he had fallen in love, ,ft ,,ith the back of her neck and then with her pretty face and -then wilt all of her; and that the one big reason why he had let 1 r. Ciadutirk pursuade him to stay in Portal City was the fact that he had nranted to be near her and to show her how he could make a perfectly good spoon out of the spoiled horn of the Pioneer Short There's "The Wreckers" in a nutshell--a railroad story by Francis Lynde; that's enough for anyone. The "Boss" is a firstclass siU.around railroad man. "Mrs. Sheila" is as lovable as they make 'em. The Pioneer Short Line is a sick road which has been shamefully mis g.ed by successive groups of Wall street speculators. An...

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. — 21 April 1921

-, Re d ath ! Redpath! "Full O' Pep" Ssal y, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Satlurday SAPRIL26, 27, 28,29 and 3 Spend the week with Ruston friends; have a good titne, and go home feeling like a human being Ruston Welcomes You-Come! FIRST AFTERNOON.................ntroductory Exercises SECOND MORNING........ Children's Hour THIRD MOURN t Grand Concert...... Weybelle Concert C-"Wser Than Solomon"............Charles Zueblin Grand Concert... The Sylkov etropolitn Orcestra Admission-Soc and 5s Tax; Children 27c and 3c Tax Admission-Soc and 5c Tax; Children 27c and 3c Tax Admission-5oc and 5c ax; ren FIRST NIGHT-Concert............Weybelle Concert Co. SECOND NIGHT NIGHT-Gilbert & Sullivan's Famous Day Lecture-"You Americans "..................................Ada Ward ay Grand Concert ..... .....Great Lakes String Quartet Day THIRDg -o ilpra - h iand i a Admission-soc and Sc Tax; Children 27C and 3c Tax Admission-77c and 8c Tax; Children 36c and 4c Tax Admission--$ and ioc Tax; Childr...

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. — 28 April 1921

The Bienville Democrat Uv E~X ~ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL, 28, 1921 NUMBER FIVE -O.Inch Casing Set In Lakeside Well No. 2 DIA BD- ,KY AND CAFE MIAKý-S S;EKIAL CHANGES . (,Id,,. l)roprietor of the gla Ba' aTan Cafe, who hai ' king .,!Jsive changes and ivement i, hi placeh of business :vems that lilt work will soon b1 ed. Itoolu are being repaper. CI made tu :,omfortable and at fv e and ('ieft' haIs been moved another roui( of the building and ;. other mi,,or changes' have taken Watch foi hir announcement in eUlY issue ,,f the Democrat. N(TICE qg T( IOAN through thq 1 Land 1l:111k, on improved farm Apply to , ! I. E. ~IUTON, Sec.-Treas. z , Bryceeland, La. is iSolidity constitutes one of the greater es sentials in good banking. Solidity of management; of re sources; of purpose, and we have .these, combined in one common ass, always' working for the good of those who have intrust ed their Inoney with us. We solicit your account, large or mall. 0 We Pay Lib...

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. — 28 April 1921

By FRANCIS LYNDE Copyright by Charles Seribner's Sons "WHO-SHEILA MACRAE? SHE'S A WIDOW." SynnpoMi.-(rahamn N,'ross, an all-around railroal man, having finis:'d the rm o trtrctio.t n work on the Orcti n ,lidlandl, Is ',n qis way to ( nhic;to. 1)l, interildl t titake a vacaitilon anr tlh n rrnsidtlr a ('arnalin g.:.'rall nia;na' r'r M jobt. .liii.'1u I,,iM., his ', rr'tary, is with him. They , ire- u'r u, at  nrl ('rer'k sirlnir, with a cihinrning young w timan, MIrs. Sheila Maira.', and hi.r younJg couMln, Maisie Anrn. ['nsm-!n, they wit itns ,i t'to i tcdingly oil sort of train hol,up. A. sleti' l car is crried off int, Ih, I'ls. It turns out t, be the car of John Chadwirk, inan'ald rgnagn;t, lit norrros \arm;, to In. ,t at I 'rtal City. The "Boss" and his companions rscue "Lnile John." CHAPTER II--Continued. -2 Mr. Norcross tohl dwhat we h:ll seen. I and how we hld come to h(' where we were able to see it, ut. that didn't ; help) ouit nmuch. elthelr. F'remt any point ' of view I...

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. — 28 April 1921

_ -L_--;------ ------- Big Demonstration Saturday, April 30th -The Fordson Tractor On account of the unfavorable weather last Tuesday, April 26th the Demonstration was not given as advertised. and was postloned until Saturday. Be on hand and see the Fordson in road construction and modern farming. Factory representatives-will be on hand and prac tical instruction in actual work will he given. This demonstration will be held at ARCADIA\, LOUISIANA, and all progressive citizens are cordial lv invited, especially the farmers. Cars will be fur nished for transporting you to and from grounds free of charge. Arcadia Motor Co. M J. C. ROBERTS, MANAGER ARCi#DIA, - - - - - LOUISIANA TH BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY `' Advertising Rates on Application ev sn Wntered as Second Class Matter, April to 11, '1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. '. SA. COOK,........Editor and Proprietor at D One loaf of bread a week will cost $5.20 a year. (and scar...

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. — 28 April 1921

The last word in Straw Hats and they're beauties Straw Hat Time is here, and I have a complete line of the very latest styles-not "carry overs. There is comfort, satisfaction and economy in wearing a Straw Hat from my store. Spring and Summer Clothing for Men and Young Men Showing the celebrated line of Kuppenheimer Clothes. Kuppenheimer means the best tit, the best style and the best material that can be com bined in a suit of clothes. These distinctive fea tures make the price a secondary consideration. Now on displap at my store J. S. McConathy Exclusive Ready-to-Wear .Arcadia Haynesville - I, . Bron, Jr. . . : : . : , Telephone No. 83 Albert Austin and Mr. White. were visitors in town last to do plain M Mst be reasonable. Phone (It-pd) Mrs. S. A. Cook spent last in Ringgol; the.guest of Mr. parente. Mrs. Dawson Harris, of W~rO week-end guests of their Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Atkins. ack Oden, of Shreveport, Is of his sister, Mrs. O. D. Lula Marsalis who has been vis Arcadia for some...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 April 1921

WORK ON NE-W LAW SALREADYSTARTED9r Fri ORDINANCES.]t p14r UIR~EE PROPOSITIONS UP' ! Militiai, Govdrnment and Land P ,Ownorshil, hre Chief Subjectsar That Are Ui' 9efore Constitu. S tio,a Convention. S of =Baton Rr)1IL{.(.-Wh,"n the Constitu. an$al Con't r~1i',, begins the eighthti k of its .......i onday it will ,) on its rint'r for fuioal passage tu "Jinances ,,a ,"ing the schedules fo] '4 three (.onlr.itves. These are: "Creation of th, tate militia, with ao ]bvsoflso requ~irifl- the adjutant gen- or -4II to make his domicile at Baton ti(g O'stribNtAfN C f the powers of gov- l C ~,hment bet~we, the legislative, exec- fon -'0a nllJdjudal (lepartnments. Io "prohibition ot alie.n ownership efi se ,Meither as iadividluals or through~ lct orations. pr g fe The ordlinanc p how it -Bendments to the constitution shall m :bpibmltted si fixed as a special or-[ m S4l for Thursday night, hi Ordinances cerating the executive Cl j4sartments and embracing tih bill a 4 rights are on second...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 28 April 1921

Social And Personal Items From Gibsland tJ - - .M . r',5 ;, T "( .' .i, l : il Ifhr ,,,;,,rtun \Iir. iiri.\h r i,1: )t+. " Ie ýrý. i.]h t,,r l. h ' ' I < ;1 ' I.:"1 ', '.. t . t 'Ii t;k.,th'l° "~`,I+ it r -),~ l~ ,,..i-t .: filliri Suiidiay. Pr, a t thl ;lh II l i ',-t . w))I It, ! .'t'et fr())l .\~IJ>,,i i~ l l; lll' ar. " ' i) )i I'ii fr olit pdlay. AirI. 1' .:s. 1 ,) , V ; 1..ll clitltl ' Urr. : , spent'aia iii englast itt: i11;M s. I.lif t M u ;,hrtlveplr,rt. 1II( l~rc · ~~~f~trc M rat ti . -.,i u it bol ,,iir .- i "1i', , ('l .';' uuI. rl, .;.I( ' .A,1 Yli i l, l ' hil ( i' SliC. Illn cos al1 iaaai' ,iai i i1t I% 8 ' pi, Jast w('elk. . rs. IJ , 11.i11ay , 1 )1tl rl it i ii il i' i . .estiaii nd ,' l i t hit' it 'fa ,ll(,(', lT l , (~'urred)l at hr lalallr in''([ Taxn iloir \:..', e ithe playf( fllt.ks alau. Airs. WlmP. 1V. 1ai4 . w i, ,.Mhrirl. I1 l laora(let); li, h(d, Ms .asiMsaa I 1.'hII Ehmrer .liiih, ,t. by hv.. 1. I ,I. (argill :11 WV. C.' 1."1,u for a hihi t u...

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. — 5 May 1921

The Bienvile emocrat UMEX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY . 1L2I NUMBER SIX Solidity Au11stitutes one of the greater es sentials in good banking. Solidit of management; of re sources: of purpose, and we have ,these, combined in one common mass, always working for the good ot those who have intrust. ed their money with us. We sol cit your account, large or "small. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA our Table Expense or A Month Can be materially reduced by careful and proper buying. Ve offer you everylfacilitSJc the economic4. purchase of every article of foodstuff used in your home, and they contain the maxmum of food value. For the best Cereals, Coffee, Flour, Canned foods, Fruits, Vegetables, fresh and cured meats---and anything else to eat just Phone US. Phone 146 ;4IARY MARKET &GROCERY SANDERS & YAR5OROUGH, Proprietors. Arcadia, Louisiana e Is The Parish's Road Fund Going? ta have reached the Demo Severy part of t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 May 1921

BELT BOND ISSUE LEFT TO ELEOTORS~ LEE AND PETERMAN FORCE CE. CISION BY CONVENTION COMMITTEE. BRIDGE BONDS ARE PROVIDED; Commissioners Fear Antipathy To Taxes May Defeat Extension Plan -River Bridge Bonds of Fif teen Million Passed. Paton R(ougc, La. - A dleterminedl stand by iE. P. Lee of M ansli('ld anl Wil ,on T. l'e ternian of F'ra nki in, chairman of the cIUflhtt4'e on1 tilulli ;ipal and parochial co(rpiora'tiotn of the Con.stim tiunal Cony( :i ion, roiecit ly forced thiel decision :+s to whetI her the P'ublic IBelt railroad may i~s ues $5,uit ,OuIlt of bonds for the ext nislon of its lines, to be left to the haIllit of the electorate of New Orleans in No vember, 1;:'. Trhe ordinance provitling for the bond Issue gives the city the right to levy a tax to refund them in the event the revenues from the railroadl are insufficient. Messrs. Lee and Peteer man took the stand that no tax or probability of a tax should be fin posed upon the p)opl1 without their consent and that a sinkin...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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