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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 May 1921

of Spring and its wonderful environments, we showing a beautiful assortment of 1ile and Organdie IT; Dresses d 'are here for your approval in a great of styles and just as pretty and lovely as itself. -Priced reasonable. memo arivals in White Kid, Linen and Pumps in both low and high theels, wih thte new strap fete line of Childrens' and Misses' Low d tent Leather Pumps in Theo Ties. Just 'ble as they are stylish. ie Men we have Straw Hats, Shirts, Hosiery and Neckwear is all the latest merchandise and fresh the market. Sic Conat hy's "Everything in Ready-to-Wear" - Two Stores- HAYNESVILLE 1 I.T Jr. :::::: TelephoneNo. 34 A ý ve front roo), fuar S 68-W. tberly has been n breveport. son came up from sy to sepnd the homefloks. went to Monrot Sattend the funeral Masure. T. M. Byrd andi family t guests, Mr. D. A and Rev. Dennard. Arcadia for RENT' Apply to 8. K J. LESLIE, Tooke left on Mon in Shreveport, in City, Mo. They will te days. who has been with and Shrevepor. tied last week t 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. — 5 May 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT P1hLLISHEI) EVERYJi ' THltRSI lY Adv rtiing Rates on Application Sntired as Secoudt (!ass Mlat or, April 11, 1912 at the pustoifce at Arcadia, La,, inder the Aet of Mrirch 1. 71). S. A. COOK,........ Editor arnd Proprietor A CORRECTION Mt. Lebanon, April 30, 1'0'.1. The ienrivillo Ier!fiocrat. Area lin. La. Ini tiIe lust fwo isu's of the Demo cra'g r. 'f'rring to tii' Early Producingi and Itefallt ing Asson''iti fo 's oil lijIra tiofi, cou i have fidtei! that Ilse Coln pang wai par-ha ilug lease . This , all eror arint is iewrhrdi allg, Iydnnigl 0!!Pol for tie 8010 010 l0 fn iy ~il aiford it toir speind moilnley for aren The compan ( y Is ift buying inor ha %t at any time bought any l('. ", cept as tiey arced to du a 'ceail li'm int of drilling for li a icertain 1111,11 her of arres, neither is anyone leasin land for the company. I ido not think it legitnate lew;s 11 proper foir the Democr'at to give sup port to "ismtOeldy's" 'elief -thiiit ti rl Is "A trick o...

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. — 5 May 1921

'The reckers By FRANCIS LYNDE .rtight by Charles Seribner's Song "HER HUSBAND IS STILL LIVING." / Synopssl --Ctrl'am Norcross, railroad manager, and his Secretary, Jimmie godds, are mtro,n'id at Sand Creek siding with a young lady, Sheila Macrae, .nd her sall (cousin. Unseen, they witness a peculiar train holdup, in which A pec!al ar is carried iff. Norcross recognizes the car stlen as John Chad wick's, finan!ai miagnate, whom he was to meet at Portal City. lie anti pDodds restue C'hadwick. The latter offers Norcross the managership of the pioneer Short .ine, which is in the hands of eastern speculators, headed by Breckenrile I )iunton, president of the line. Norcross, learning that Sheila macrae is stolpiin at IPortal City, accepts. Dodds overhears conversation Wtween itufus flatch and Gustave lienckel, Portal City financiers, in which they admit roiiplicity in Chadwick's kidnaping. CHAPTER IIl-Continued. Mr, -3-- gri r. c Norcrous blid up a fingPer for figi and when I jullped up h...

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. — 5 May 1921

and tint tadl the sled in i a i fri( Lea 0011 - er icn GENUINE ill an« "BULL." ll DURHAM i tobacco makes50 IIC: goo cigarettes for ! IOc I 'a ~izU~I liiiI~ ta w....... liu cat MRS. J. A. STOREY PASSES AWAY AT HER HOME HERE ter ill A veil of sadness fell over Arcadia de, and surroundling community t i1i s O'l'hurdny) morning, when it vas an pounced that Mrs. J. A. Storey had th( dlied at 5i:00 o'clock. 11er death f(l lowed an illness of five weeks. PA Since the seriousnes of her e(Jndii lion became known she has been con stantly attendled iy her daughters-in .law, Mrs. J. B. Storey, of Shreveport - iV/ Mrs. .1. N. Storey, ,of near Arcadia : 'f also her granddaughters, Mrs. Eulal' (Griffin Noland and Miss Clyde Storey. "I of Shreveport, itgies those in her im- c''l mediate fai~t~1t fill She Is survived by her aged husband u and four children, who are: Mrs. Lela IM( Griffin, of Arcadia; Mrs. C. G. Owens '" of Cedar Grove; Mr..J. B. Storey, of of Shreveport and J. N. Storey, of Ar " ea(...

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. — 12 May 1921

The BAie nville DeM ocrat EX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 121 NUE SEVE lSolidity <nstitutes one of the greater es ntials in good banking. liditp of management; of re urces; of purpose, and we have tese, combined in one common ass, always working for the ood of those who have intrust their money with us. We solicit pour account, large or We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA our Table Expense rA Month -; Can be materially reduced by careful and proper buying. - We offer you every facility for the economical pilrchase of every article of foodstuff used in  your home, anti they contain the maxmum of food value. For the best Cereals, Coffee, Flour, Canned Sfoods, Fruits, Vegetables, fresh and cured meats--and anything else to eat just Phone : us. Phone 146 w TART RKET &GROCERY ERS & YARBOROUGH, Proprietors. Arcadia, Loiian S OH SCHOOL I q re Matthews) 'commencement program on Saturday night, May 7, wdd house. Th...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

Do you know you can roll cigarettes tor IOcts from one bag of G ENUINE "BULCDuRHAM TOBACCO Horticultural Facts TILE TRAP FOR COTTONTAILS Inexpensive and Permanent Contriv. ance Described In Farmer's Bul. letin No. 702, An Inexpensive and permanent sew. er tile trap for cottotalil rabbits, which has proved very effective In Kansas, is described in Farmers' Bttl letin 702, "Cottontail Rabbits In Rela tion to Trees and Farm Crops." De tails of this trap were supplied by Mr. J. M. Walmslty, who has used it successfully on his and other farms in that state. To make the trap, pro ceed as follows: Set a 12 by (-inch "tee" sewer tile with the long end downward, and bury It so that the six-inch opening at the side is below the surface of the ground. Connect two lengths of six *I Effective Trap Made of Sewer Tile. Inch sewer pipe horizontally with the' side opening. Second grade or even broken tile will do. Cover the joints with soil so as to exclude light. Pro Vide a tight removable cover, s...

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. — 12 May 1921

he Wreckers By FRANCIS LYNDE & nbes 8erber' Son " RESIGNED-GAVE UP AND RAN AWAY?" ,.Graham NorTrrss, railroad manager, and his secretary, Jimmle . arooned at sa'd Creek siding with a young lady, Sheila Macrae, cousin. 1': e". , they witness a peculiar train holdup, in which r is carried off. Norcross recognizes the car stolen as John Chad ncial magnate, whom he was to meet at Portal City. He and Dodds wick. The latter offers Norcross the management of the Wrt Une, whI'h is in the hands of eastern speculators, headed by Dunton. prusslient of the line. Norcross, learning that Shella .gto.pping at 1'0ota1l City accepts. Dodds overhears conversation be Hatch and hGustave Henckel, Portal City financiers, in which complicity in C!hadwick's kidnaping, their object being to keep Chad. attending a mo,,ting of directors to reorganize the Pioneer Short lcb would jeopardize their interests. To curb the monopoly controlled d Henckel, the lied Tower corporation, Norcross forms the Citizens' ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Stf ficial Journal Bientille Parish ald lTU '(1n of lL rcadia, Loli:; iia 5. .\. CO OK ....................................... ................ Editor and P p 'ci' ..:.J( A Yi-AIt IN IIFENVILLE I'ARI; .  . A 1 1)[."l SIDE: '1 il. ADI)VILR'ISING R.1 1,5 \N .\PI'L.IC. TX )N i'tncred as Seccird Class ,1after..;i ril I , 19 :: thCe p ., ic. m Arcadia, La.. ~uner thc .Act f Mlard , I ;79. Much Interest Manifested In Penmanship Contest t r l i I ~of i l r -',',. -t s IIl l.; ith ll. nhli' h~o(' ol s on , April 2!1.. . .l Insist l, (,v ry ,v(r :i ll o ý1 , :,h a' f i'!,r -' l! ) tff'h'lh i ill tl r lh'.,o !ri u l1 '' Ir-,i il A selec'to M n from c ' a .aii :, ul l rt ; fIt, Stllol . w: trd Grade I,,ora, il i ',i'n-r, I. t. A ir 'rt .ki' ly ! l ii'k, 2 .,n, (' l, c ;st r l ii; i ' .Fl , t . ,vis, h :n', 'n i , or r( tri',r: : U t . or. tih, lliduvilh lca rifn-, 5th, Lcente vill .: N ,ra . 1l ui..., (, t h. '. . ,r ' , . Etrlll hu, 7 th. Bar ('r n; , h. r .i rI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

ecially Appiopriate for ot Weather |rc those Organdie Dresses, just received at our or Color adds to their charm, and seems the ; gic e"mployed by fashion in revealing the new S:Summer Frocks of Organdie. A more recent showing cannot be found. : Ladies' Sport Suits Sbright contrast in colors, summery and new I iey step in the front ranks of fashion, leading the procession in sports wear ideal. Ladies' Pumps tlack Strap Pumps in high and low heels, are ap -propate f o r present wear. Also showing a omplete line of Black and Brown Satin Pumps. Straw Hats and New Suits =or the men and it's useless to mention the quali ,:ty and style of these items. In our store we iary nothing but the the best merchandise. .McConathy's "Everything in Ready.to.Wear" A . -Two Stores---HAYNESVILLE . 3. Brn J : : " : : : I~orma Duty was a weekr-end Mlrs. to frinds at Athens. last " D. Holstun, Sr., was in town Bryan. . MAr. Swails - .M, Lyons was a recent busi iathlli tor to Shreveport. anx iet  f Mr....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

CONVENTION VOTES FOR SANDERS' PLAN FORMER GOVERNOR ELOQUENT AND HAS THINGS OWN WAY ON BIG ISSUE. ATTEMPTS TO KILL FAIL Tax of Two Cents a Gallon On Gaso line Is Feature of Ordinance-Fif. ty-Six Amendments Are Offered. Baton Rouge, La.-More eloquent than ever and lacking none of tlhe old time mastery which made him such a powerful figure In the Legislature a: few years ago. Former Governor Jared Y. Sanders assumed complete control of the Constitutional Convention re-! cently. lie had things his own way In having it to adopt his "pay as you go plan" for the development of a state system of highways connecting' every parish seat. A tax of two cents a gallon on gaso. line to be used by the state highway department In the development of . state highways Is one of the princi-j pal features of the ordinance. I This feature stood two determined I onslaughts, one to kill it, and the oth er to change it from making it man datory upon the Legislature to levy t the tax to leaving It optional wi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

ieTown' ESIGN FOR CHIMNEY Construction That Reduces of Fire to the Lowest , possible Point. 'U.known that the ordinary rtar chie:yn', as usually is a sourcs of danger. ;he ait from fir,, in time causes to become (d'y, so that it of place, leaving holes In the -Such a condition usually ce and is a constant source from fire. ding chlwmnys in build. of conll)ustible material, the hould be built straight up ground, and not placed on a is Is often the case, and end two feet or more above when the chimney is in the the roof, and three feet or e the surface when a flat or roof, For a proper draft the zd opening for the flue dot be less th:an 64 square the walls should be at t inches thick. At the base Sa clean-cut door should be it possible. Whatever the oIwd In construction, It should quality and laid In cement. should never be filled with able material, but should over In a secure manner flue stop. used to support the floors Ib the chimnhey passes Ybave their ends supported 1ls the chimn...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 May 1921

192'0. at Iflrll~lli, ti ititatl What \\l I is p. ill i lusii it St;lip !.'lii'' p ri - GENUINE , Ii "BULL" Ii"~tli DURHAM,,., tobacco makes 50 !tI , ,ý good cigarettes for"' - -, I) l'l' \Vr, iJ. H. Thurmnond Replies To ,' Democrat's Road Article`,.r ;, ulliiltºI10 trloutl f'ronlt )l "(9 t~t' ,-epltlt oil this the "2Itli day of o:tole'r. i:,!li, A. ). li- at l ieh isille P arI1ishl 'd M ,1li i~ f ry . , l'. A. i). Smith, i'res. t ;a CO.; It. \VIik~il. well Attest 'Yr Jas. 3. ('tskey.i Mr. J. S. \\'illians, clerk, st, t's 1at i d. th 1 this is the only coit Ilelt lhat haslus leetli signedll lnd we have beeli unaluble I wlt to itld anilly resoltion aiuthorizing ally titled ther :oniitrac't. This conitract onily re- Mt f'rs to the building of about 35 milest , II of rolad as will be noted from reading this the resolutioln and the contract. It pro vilCs for the payment of three andluý ai half per cent on the (IItSS COST Ii O p ItOAItS BUIIIIT, and hot on Mr. Iartit W1ilsonl's estimat...

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 May 1921

The Bienville Democrat 2 x_. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921 NUMBER EIGHT _____ ___________________________ a.... Sodity a0istitutes one of the greater es tials in'good banking. -lditp of management; of re urces; of purpose, and we have ese, combined in one common ;ass, always working for the bod ot those who have intrust their money with us. e soliit your account, large or all. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts SThe Commercial Bank . of ARCADIA DISCUSSION ROAD QUESTION I. I. TIHUNOND ille Demnolrat, Arcadia. As I have several col credit I will make a few remarks. before going in ris in detail. My first I hold no brief from any r 'of the Police Jury. O age and can speak for' back to the Finance Com rd to Mr. Wilson's last chairman is not the ). My attention was call fiet that Mr. Wilson had .according to our way of ;Mr. j ecretary was asked to (.I think this makes the The body sat at "atten the conclusion the question is there any way out of i...

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. — 19 May 1921

LOOK! PEOPLE, LOOK! . Men, Women and Children Take Notice! and Think! The Greatest Sale in 20 * is Coming Off. Save-Save--Save. WEHAVE THE MNOST COMPLETE MEN'S si.oo UNION SUITS ON 35c BOTTLE OF GARRET'S SNUFF 26 PACK;AGES OF WASHING LINE (ii DRS GOODS INF SALE SFIR OSL OIODE L O LI.NE 012 DRESS GOODS IN" SALE FOR 'ION SALE FOR IPOWDER ON SALE FOR TI "1' It hOUSE .\'1' , T(WN AT UNI]EARD OF TONPRICES 69c 28c $1.000$.9 S 1' Big Sle Starts Friday, May a7th, For3 Days K MIPR EM E S E L LIN G S E N S A T IO N O n A1l r i lot S t s a t r !1~~~~O Any~P]. A l DURING THIS SALE! We Will Cladly Refund Your' Entire stock of good, staple merchandise in this store and . . K right at the time you can save hundreds of dollars by at. iriq•ey. I ee n s sale and your money back for any article if not exactly as h n represented. Fill your home with what you need. , DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, COATS, DRESSES, HNl'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING rI $30,000 worth of goods and the very best money can bu, will be lac...

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. — 19 May 1921

FRANCI Ctgtby, Charles Scdibner'e gone LOST-ON' PERFECTLY GOOD ENGINE. Synopsis.--Graham Norcross, railroad manager, and his secretary, Jimmie Dodds, art, marooned at Sand Creek siding with a young lady, Sheila Macrae, and her saiill cousin, Maisie Ann. Unseen, they witness a peculiar train hold Up, in whl: a special car is carried off. Norcross recognizes the car as that of John fit'wick, financial magnate, whom he was to meet at Portal City. I e and I ,udds rescue Chadwick. The latter offers Norcross the management of the Pioneer Short Line, which is in the hands of eastern speculators, headed by BUreckt.·ridig Dunton, president of the line. Norcross, learning that Sheila Macrae is stopping at Portal City, accepts. Dodds overhears conversation be tween Rufus Hlatch and Gustave Henckel, Portal City financiers, in which they a(dmt complicity in Chadwick's kidnaping, their object being to keep Chadwick from attending a meeting of directors to reorganize the Pioneer Short Lint, which ...

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. — 19 May 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT fty Ipi h'lEnD EVlf ishnesi ca 1's IN!N~E iAX EXL4INEtI BY SEN. A' R. T[NSON scib t fa .. po sitio that wll enabh I ,", .' poo t n ie, a i , aI sys 111 ",';(1'I I I f M i' I ; u I 111 ('I' ' 1 I' 1 If l ' .t ' I U I t Ie I 'th a t h !i t iroIft dou1 1 S tx t 'Ion II , il ; : . s YOU knoawe andoi vIr knowtuat underi aour pe nt fyllslt il,laSNin or f my ther ys r, 1 ;"{, 1 111 11 ill Ip I to say;1 ti:(tit l hitlSWt Ii it1': of generl pro a pety tax,' 1\/he1;Iher cla ntssfe sorr ntili a mn nris e s i det 1 Init f1't (his ((tate moll ianst youre dog altt liuuts eeieI. ( 4)reollobd nliell(' n'I tirtiliý" thatwwle lde 1m te, segurlptted int a utlie anit poperauct noy that iouris l i groat es fof tile wpa ot sup Of ise the tatI t govermetit(. ThereforeI "ulizatoiond"el tea rfefremtion the yomrcti of othe ho estpcort. receiteou n atiol( thatir oll, frenhy ro the L e opslau e toe I tao'tExemira. laow to yourse toua strito a yourooswition, that mwlorl ea more than halft...

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. — 19 May 1921

SAVE! -.. -SAVE h- SAVE A Sale to rid my store of every piece of merchandise 1 now have on hand, in order that same may be replaced on present market prices. This means that we must sacrifice the goods;\ " ,e must cut the prices until it is shameful. At the time when there is such a great premium on money you are afforded this great opportunity to save many dollars on the real necessities of life. Arcadia, Louisiana Will open his doors at 8:30 o'clock To he nblc oferng hemhiscomplete lieo merchandise including Groceries, Dry Goods, Mens' and Ladies' Ready-to Wear at REPLACEMENT PRICES. 1 am determined to CLOSE OUT all the old-price goods and replace them with New! Don't be lae; don't be dissapointed; dont be misled by the belie! that you can buy Goods just as cheap somewhere else. Come and buy! Come and save! • • in m stor; Iwill give anice LAUN Toth frs tnDRY SHIRTABSOLUTELY FREE. F E -Below we quote a few of the many prices we are offering, but this is a mere sam~ple..There are s...

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. — 19 May 1921

FW1HTIN3 RENE VE ON APPORTIONMENT OBJECTION IS RAISED AS BREA ZEALE SEEKS TO HAVE IT PASS TO THIRD READING. IS TOO LATE FGR ACTION New Basis Proposed Gives Orleans and Caddo More Legislators District Judges' Salaries Up For Consideration. Baton Rouge, La.-Ilostilities have been o newed in the (' ens!itotional Convention over the proposed legisla tive appuri ionlnent. For a brief space of time it appeared as if a harmonious agreemnlent would be reachel. Mr. I'rovosty of P'ointe Coupee, in a conciliatory :,Leech, mo)v ed a reconsideration of the vote taken, when the legislative reaiportionnment ordinance was recommitted with in structions to the c:ommittee to work out a plan of apportionmrnt fr the House of R-prescntativ-s basued on a population of 30,000 and manjor frac tions thereof. Mr. I'rovosty went on to say that, through the efforts of mutual friends, the dove of peace had been inidced to Mturn, and he believed that by re considering the. ordinance the contro versy could be qui...

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. — 19 May 1921

eggs one at a time, beating well bee twean. Drop by spoonfuls into the boiling soup. Honeycomb Pudding.--' a;e one c;pful of molasses, one-half cup:ful ,,f sugar, one-half cupful of sv eat ,nik, four eggs, one teasppoonful of : -,va. Mix as usual and hake fort: tliv,,' rin utes In a mi;nderato ovrun. :; :!: Take one-half cupful of brown sugar, two tablespoonfdis j" butter, cre ta blespooniful of cornstarch, rne-hlalf Sipful of water; cook until tli:hk; then add one pint of whipping ,Ir|am. Emergency Dish.--Pt a 'ipful or more of roast beef through the meat chopper, add a small onion also ground through the chllpper. I'Pel nal grind four to six potatoes. Cranse with tweet fat a deep granite or earthen baking dish, put in the pot;atoes, sea son well, add the me, t anad onion, coy or and cook until l;oarly ;,one, the;n uncover to brown. This makes a very appetizlng dish and one which uses all bits of cold meat. Shrimp Wiggle.--Take one can of shrimps, two cupfuls of rilik, oie-half ca...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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