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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 June 1921

O-" N,'d1Y'S " McCON ATHIlY'S ,icCO)\.AILI- S  : --.- . .. " Have You Found You Want? The problem of "Finding what you want" confronts practically cvery re of Ladies' or Gents' Ready-to-Wear and it has always been my grctct de sire as a dealer in Ready-to-Wear to give my customers a SiVICL thi z would enable them to find what they want. I have perfected this >c.C :'c u un l now, while it is a problem for any merchant to eepl: stocked with tia: . very latest in merchandise, I have on hand tor your inspecticf lnd al - proval a full and complete line of 1 . Ladies' Silk Hosiery Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps Ladies' Skirts, Dresses and Waists Men's Straw Hats Edwin Clapp Oxfords for Me i Men's Shirts and Hosiery y Men's Tropical Suits i SJ. s. McConaLhya . . . r "S' ')NO : y ' IML.l : ,rl"' -.' .v " st' 1\'11} .• " ", .r, ,TDleboneo 3s I e, D.e .-- . . Brown: J: : : ... . ..... =':" :"-' - * I ... , n ,,u't111,tr 1: Miss happy Tooke visited in Shrev- Thelllrsa of port on Wednesday...

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. — 9 June 1921

PUEB8LO INUNDATED BY FLOOD RATERS THE ARKANSAS RIVER SWEEPS ACROSS CITY, CAUSING HEAVY LOSS. NED CROSS AID SUFFERERS Mood and Water Reported as Scarce, and Hundreds Are in Need of a Shelter and Medical Attention. Pueblo, Colo.--Flood waters of the alrkansas river sweeping through 'Pu- c ebio Friday night and Saturday ti caused deaths that total into the hun- n1 drede and property damage in excess ti of $10,000,0J0, according to reports. TIT The Red ('ross organized to aid suf- s( ferers, andi C. W. Lee was named food administrator to have charge of ra- Ul tioning the food available in tih city. th The railroad yards were left filled m with mud-covered debris and broken and overturned equipmen t, inc-reasing re, the damage by more than a million Fr 4ollars. Business houses, inside and be ,,utside, were covered with slimy mud, ly and in many eases even brick build- sw lngs were undermined and wrecked. age Frame b:uildlings in the path of th. tio flood were swept away, in many cases ca...

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. — 9 June 1921

5V SAdverte? '"'. Y iii today and expect to find your store crowded to , unless w £u have through constant advertising ted the pulblic to read your ads. majority of people are slow to act. You have to will heed your message. now for the business you hope to do nextSlack WhyARCADIA LOUISIANAe? *lienville $4mocrat ARCADA, LOISIAN CHARTER Oil Coporation. ouisliana, Parish of Bien Olwn and remembered that k llth day of April, A. D., me, L. E. Ozley, a Notary and for said parish and state, loned and sworn, came 1. E. Reynolds, W. D. felts, Fred W. Pentecost :ertram F. Barnette, D. L. Shields, W. C. Meyers, Bienville Parish, Louis Heard and G. A. Adams cola Parish, Louisiana, of the attesting legal witnesses, who dcclar ry, that availing them Frovisions of the laws of Louisiana relative to the tion and establish tions, and the operation of same, they do by presents form them other persons as may ves with them, or suc a ,corporation, under terms and for the pur er setforth in the Artitle L...

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. — 9 June 1921

HOW LEGION MEN GET L'LND Applicants for Homestead Entries Should First Make Personal In. spection of District. In response to many inquiries from ex-service men in the Mli \Ve West re garding government land rgrts, Irvin I. Femrlte, secretary of Argonne post of the American Legion ih IDees Moin(es. Ia., has made on Investigation of the situation. "Persons desiring to make houmesteal entries," said Mr. Fenmrite, slihuhl first fully inform theinsehlv's as to the character and ,gml ' of lands they desire to enter ahd L id in no case apply to enter ui til they have ex arnini.- each legal sut,dlvlsion for which they make application. Satis factory informnatlon .oncernting the lands may be ohtatued from a personal visit to the district In which one wishes to take out land. "Each applicant Is rcxsulred to swear that be is well acqualiated with the0 character of the land described in his applicatlon and the only way that he can assure hmsclf that prior settlers have no claim is to make a p...

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. — 16 June 1921

The Bienville Democr v.LUMIE X -ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,. JUNE 16, 1921 NU~lER TWELVE __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ... ...___- -_--------_-.--' - -'-'' A Certain Refuge In time of financial trouble S there is nothing that will yield the protection to be had from a bank account. To insure yourself this help when you need it, start an account now with this strong Bank-then whenever you want it, your money is wait ing tor you. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts The Conmmnercial Bank of ARCADIA Listen! For SATURDAY, JUNE 18th, Cash Only We offer the folloiving bargains: 13 pounds Sugar........... $1.00 2 bottles Sweet Pickles......35 Overalls, per pair.... $1.21 Work Shirts for............... 88c No. 1 Wash Tub............8 No.2 Wash Tub ...........2:95 S-Watch this space each week for Bargains SArcadia Grocery Company Hancock & McLure, Proprietors SALL GO OD FUNDS E SPENT? rJ. H. 'iurmond, who cham Mr. Wilson and his cause has reason quit letting the peo...

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. — 16 June 1921

CLOSE VOTE OPENS isp( Sto led WY TO INCOME TAX( ag; th( i nt CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION i tel ADOPTS AMENDMENT OF. no, FERED BY JUDGE REID. ,mc hip pu LEGISLATURE WILL DECIDE laI reI jin Sklllvan Amendment Gua-ds Rights of: Eu Municipalities and Parishes-Fix by Maximum Taxation of Corpora- I tions Owning Railroads. the r" cal Co Baton Rouge.-The Legislature will till have the right after Mlay 1, 19:'4, toy thi levy a stite income tax not to ex-! an ceed 3 per cent. fr' This authority was granted when far the Constitutional Convention adopted' in an amendment to this effect introduc- Wi ed by Judge Robert It. Reid, of Anmite.' an The levying of the income tax is col , thus left to the next Legislature to be Selected by the people as that new ed body will be inaugurated in .lay,'B 1924. :tul . Nothing is final in this convention l until the constitution is finally ly adopted, signed and promulgated. Un-.ch. der the rules any ordinance can beSi reconsidered, changed and amended M :: at ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 June 1921

i_ . . -.ntd you c er notice that it takes time and persistence t0accomplish anything worthwhile ? You can't adver ,ise today and expect to find your store crn)'ded to hmorrow, unless you have through constant advertising -edtucated the public to read your ads. The majority of people are slow to act. You have to :tell them the same thing over and over again before they will heed your message. ,:-:Wdvertise now for the business you hope to do next ".4 onth--it is the cumulative effect that brings results. 4 Bientvilhle ) lu ct at dARCADIA, LOUISIANA a rhe 0i" ieo u·ý.i . eyour messalg: a I*IOIO;,V _I.' -OF AGCRI(LTURE 4 . FORB IIENVILEE PARISH ishington. 1). ('.. Jlune 10, 1921 ilenville I ,ino(erat. La. _.. Cook: Herewith eneolsed find copy f Ilthe ('el,.ns of for Rlieiiville Pairish, which Will be of interest to youll' .I am, 4dfnerely yours, JOHN N. SANDLIN. nt of Commerce Blureau of the Census Ilfreetor of the ('ensu An -subject to coriection, the fol reliminary figures from ...

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. — 16 June 1921

TI BI£NVILLE DENOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AdvertLing Kates on Application Entered atn Seond Class Matter, April U, 1912 at the postollice at Are,ila. La., under the A't of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOl ......... Editor and Proprietor Race alnd I'hai toll thi ;t,'J3". In Japan there i one divorcer t it v o y seven marriages,. while in F',lnghJia there Is city one ulivo:',v to .''vry ti,' thousand mn ;rwiite,. A womnon in Ituff.lo, X. Y., drew ul1 the plans for her twn huose, did th( carpenter work herself, and wi! t slight assistIa ,ce installed th' he altiug and 1unhihmg 3',ysten.. But the ', Isn't a ;,host of a .-how, follows .<h(' tuarried. W'a'1tchi your step. In the. ,;:ilid States last year %S,0(x) girl.. d(i.;)lii':lI (c1 without leavi;+r a hacv. Pitfwllk are niumerous ailnd ,awning, a" i al way.3 obscured fromh the view of thei unwary. - o-0 The State Board of lhealth is mnal: lag a "drive" for comiplelt and aaccurate records of all balbies born in 1921. In a Joint let...

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. — 16 June 1921

MeCO ATHYS The Best Values in ARCADIA Ready-to- ar Ladies' Hosiery The Best Shoes -A feature of our Hosiery Department --No shoe that does not have an cstablished pr'oud of the fact that c those is the big variety of styles that are always repuation r style and wear is permitted to who want available for the children or the grown- enter our store. This rule has given us a h" ups. Our stock is complete at this time distinction among shoe dealers, and assures Clthin c I with a line of Full Fashion, our customers of the best shoe 1)resss or a o Cloks, Jersey, Mexican Hand service :\,LWAYS. Comfort, of ReaIdl-tol-\CA. )Drawn work, and other styles fit, sty'le and quality are the and materials in Silk siery, predominating features which --You illd creates a great demand for , i'N'S I 1 ,s -Our line of Hosiery for our shoes. low as SMen is no less complete, and. 0 the what you want, at a price that $' eies - Lot, sultry days calls for some sort of diversion from the is reasonable. -) a n ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 June 1921

Have you tried the new lOc package? Dealers now carry both; 10 for lOc, 20 for 20c. It's toasted. LUCK STRIKE CIGARETTE BANK Ol" BENIIIIE INST.LLIS MODI)ERN It II1,RAIt ALAIRM1 'fle lialnk of ltienvvilh', ,It l ,invilh,. lhtiq Ipari-4h. lJ:is tak,-1 n 104cv swl) in, ha vin;ll: ur 11 ll-hto-l' th 'itý-*-i a:ILrn ,',ys teni instl h'led by th, (':iti on Poill Alarm ('o., of Ali ,he:(ijidi.5. Minni. All thit the p bi' cali se. of this alarne ysteII is a 11e(tt1l 1bit i (il the outside of ilt building, n, i1t, heart of 1his ingenious ,:ystell i-t inside ihe vailt. and is conntteld with several oththy sensitive devices at various pointIs in sude lhe bank, whore it bink rolher screw from the a.sing (if the outside The alarm is iittt-h'ed to lhe protec} Live devices throughout the system iii sueh a way that the slightest inter ference at any prtint--ly eithlr frienid it foe--will (cause, the siren to seil forth its unusual warning; and cause the Intruder to leave the premises as surely ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 June 1921

The Wreckers By FRANCIS LYNDE t bt Charles kcrbner's Song "YOU'D BETTER NOTIFY THE UNDERTAKERS." Snopsis.--Graalm Norcross, railroad manager, and his secretary, Jimmy padds, re marlned at Sand Creek siding with a young lady, Sheila Macrae sad her small coush, Maisie Ann. Unseen, they witness a peculiar train hold in which a spccial car is carried off. Norcross recognizes the car as that John Chadwik, tinancial magnate, whom he was to meet at Portal City. l and Dodds rescue Chadw:ck. The latter offers Norcross the management bthe pioneer Short Line, which is in the hands of eastern speculators, headed bfeckenridge uilnton, president of the line. Norcross, learning that Sheila n is stopping at Portal City, accepts. Dodds overhears conversation be Rufus Iatcrh and Gustave Henckel, Portal City financiers, in whien ,i admit complicity in Chadwick's kidnaping, their object being to keep drwick fromt attending a meeting of directors to reorganize the Pioneer ,ine, whiich a ould jeopardize...

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. — 16 June 1921

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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. — 23 June 1921

iT he Bienv lie /emocrat II 'hME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE IARISH, LOUISIAN;, TiiURSI)AY, JUNE 23, 121 NUMBER THIRTEEN LUMP X . . . - . . .. .. .. IA Certain Refuge In tilme of financial trouble there is nothing that will ! yield the protection to be had from a bank account. To insure yourself this help when you need it, start an account now with this strong Bank-then whenever y ou want it, your money is wait ing tor you. We Pay Liberal interest on Saving Accounts The Commercial Bank of ARCADIA Saturday Bargains We offer the following articles SATURDAY, JUNE 25th -,at attractive prices: 12 lbs. Granulated Sugar . . $1.00 7 Ibs. Roasted Ground Coffee . $1.00 SFuncy Smoked Bacon (Wnapped) . 22c me in aund convince yourself that we have a c6mplete line of Fancy (Groceries at LOW prices. 'he above prices are for one day only and for CASH :Arcadia Grocery Company S Hancock & McLure, Proprietors IN PARK AT 'i IBSLAN1 LAST NIGHT occured at Gibsland last e city plark, resulting in the Itot ...

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. — 23 June 1921

LUC q STRIKE Cigarette To seal in the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted (;IIiSLANI) i'r FIM, 11iss,,. i,L:ldy.. Ward, M\ahbel and, AilnC S\ ilki ,:l... ! of :Sta ll)":, .A\ :' , ar gu'st in I i" hne of thi r nut,. Mr. J, I'. N.Isn. Ars. lI )el and (411hlren. of Vivian, Snd,; fr. Bolinl ail. little son, (if DJoc Jine, w(ere ree't gests in the honme of Mr. and Mrs. L. ('. Bolin. Mrs. Henry stall is visiting rela tives in Shrev'ort. Mr. and Airs. lhenry Sc,,ield, of Wireveport, noetored o, ver Sunday and were guests in the Tuodd home. Rev. ('argill, assisted by Rev. U. W. Tucker, is conulhting revival services at Bryeeland this week. Waller Nelson is at home from a long trip through Arkansas. 11ev. Martin has organized the Bap tist Sunday School Teachers' Train lug Class, which will meet two nights In eac'h week. Mrs. J. HI. Broadnax has returned from a pleasant visit to her daughter at Athens. Miss Ida lHull, who has been teach . Ing at Tioga, Is spending her vacatitn ...

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. — 23 June 1921

"IT'S THEM H--L FIRED W-RECKERS AGAIN!" 8ynopsis.-;raham Norcrnss, rallrtad manager, and his secretary, Jimmy Dodds, are nitaroonIed at S:ind ('reek siding with a young lady, Sheila IMacrae and her mrn;ll 'ousln, Maisie Ann. Unseen, they witness a peculiar train hold up, In whi ha spt.'al car; is carried off. Nor'ross recognizes the r:r as that of John ('I.ilwith, tilncial magnate, whom he was to meet at 'ortal ('itv. He and D)odds .ose (c'laduwick. The latter offers Norcross the nmanagemnnt of the I'ioner'r slt Line, which is in thlie hands of eastern speculators, he:Iirdl by Bretl;enrii,' l)unt,,n, presitdent of the linet. Norrnoss, learning thart Sheil , MIacrae is stýistlln; t I ortal ity a en(' ts. l)idds ov erhears rc nversation o e tween tRufus Ifii h and ;Gustav\ ifen,'kel, Portal r'lty linanciers, in whlich they a,;mit tc,, !i ,l' ity n c'hdulwick's kidnaping, their object beitng to ket p Chadwick frunh :itt, oling :i meeting of diret lrrs to re Cor ni the iPioneer Short 1...

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. — 23 June 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT - -I PUBLISHED) EVERY THI:URSDAY LI Advertising Rates on Application Entercd a S,-,.,,n] Class Matter, Apri'l 11, 1912 at the postt!lee at Arealtla, G4., undPr the),1c A of Marbl :. ]1;8i. B. A, COOK .... iditor and P'roprietor I,I4T OF" GRA.NI JG KRAND I)I.(v%':' 1OR TillE .11 NE, 1921, T'I':1I OF ,(O RI' lISTl OF PTFITI 9i1ROR) S i)R.1~iVN 7 . . 1' i .. T,.1 1 . ') ' V. ', I :.r.. 1 : , I ' . I . li i'. 2l : l' l,, 1, l" i . 'Jm it;-r, 2 l' I ,a ti'l) , "" i 't ( ,' ' llert, 2; tl. ( K . . i ui A. ('V.vt -ri.~'' . 8 ' . T1rg,>,;"I. .I i . .1 ith, I .Lrr I, I:. E , l., • r.. . i. . I luIIs,. in 8;. i i. ', l an',,! ..; i. I.r:tdl k W1 JP II, t1; huh I a' ', n i tl , l, " .. 1'. , ( ) d* - iu J o rti,' ' ; (`'. I{ . ., t, r B; 1) i: \ . l, . 'tt 1''t,'1, \. , iº,,- f 7; .1. 1'. \':In,':'. 7 IuueT O, IFi 1Ui'ORS DR.AWN( f'ri t! i'HIRI) WFuv ll OF I'l, 11. 92ll TRm Iw'K OFl(l'Igl T.,J. lN. lile:, t i. L. WhEffy le .:ITam's i~ditto-:, 2:'11. ", ! r|khatli, ...

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. — 23 June 1921

i!!!iii lillli Illit Ill III lli I i.. .... .. 1-1 B ginning Saturday June 25, and Continuing One Week This is not a sale to rid our store of a lot of out-of-date Clothing, but an effort to dispose of a big line of \.l MEN'S HOT WEATHER SUITS right In the midst of the season. At the following prices you will find (," - !1se suits to be EXCELLENT VALUES, and it will be time well spent for you to come in and look them ' " over whether you expect to buy or not. Silk Mohair Suits, values up to On lot of Panama Cloth and Palm Men's Palm Beach $ 5O ~. n aBnd $ 13.50 Beach Suits, going $10.00 Suits in small sizes $ 7.V on sale for....... at ... 1 0 0f Genuine Gabardine Suits made by Kuppenheimer Tropical Worsteds Complete line of Spanish Linens Kuppenheimer and Bloch Clothing will b sold during 2 .0 and Seersucker at $1Co, values up to $32.0 this sale at....... . the low price of... 3 $V45.00, now . ... ,¶_I REMEMBER THIS SALE LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK! . I J. S. McCONATH Arcadia, --iI IIIIl 111...

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. — 23 June 1921

AGREETOPLAN ON SEVERANCE TAX ORDINANCE FIXING OIL AND GAS LEVY AT THREE PER CENT STRICKEN CUT. IS APPROVED BY GOVERNOR No Limitation Is Placed On Hate the Legislature Fixes--Allocated $200, 000 of Severance Tax Fund Substitute Approved. 1 at fn lRouge .: t.- Iv ai } 'e ; (nd nay ows, (if 71 to ::,' th t'ltwlytiwI) a'sent ard not volign , th e 'onsti It. ljohiil ('o-jventi r l', stuck oiut of thlf taxation,!! ehd!lle the, nrtlinan(lie adolt ed rc(urtI} fixinrlg thu ',,v, r;ate t;ax on oilnl ( l ti ,til I t i t-" cl t tt a;,(' n l loc.thri. oIw-ti 1iid of the ;ax uip to $200,!1h1 ; t o  o"i the I;ri hes;: where the tax.e ir,, iontilain.d, afnd in iits pblae i o tfrl:r,, ; >llh<tiltutv b `lv r. P'helps of N -%,, (Ii leatt- jiltuing no lint - station on tihe al, uthlority of the' ], is latult' to fix a sievrV iil( tax, but re (lu riniitt ti lat\ nalii s to al h(11 at(t . the pari:]es o(ne tiflh of tie ;tlrno!lrr inltpi s l up ti o ..2tt(ulit I p r 'i"ttUIll. Tire P'hilps sufh...

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. — 23 June 1921

Why Keep Advertising? When Business Is Slack Why Advertise? lDid you ceve" notice that it takes time and persistecec to :,',,nllish anything worthwhile? You can't advcr tisw i.. ,,d exiect to find your store crowded to. ina,'n,'. , tnlelss you have through constant adlvertisin~g chl the public to read your ads. Tlhe mlljoirit\' of people are slow to act. Yout have to tell them the same thing over ani over again before VV they \<ill hccd your message. Keep Advertisise ng? for the business you hope to o next mon~th--it is the cumulative effect that brings results. The Bien Business is Slackt ARCADIA, LOUISIANA Why Advertise?t Al Nl I id er notice that it takes time and persistence t :ic" -:npplish anything worthwhile? You can't adver A is )Q ndC expect to find your store crowded to A 11r lr, uls you have through constant advertising 44 C(Ifl'I,;c the Ipublic to read your ads. A 1h naortof people are slow to act. I1ou have to ºý tell thctm the same thing over and over again before ...

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. — 23 June 1921

FIELDS WELL NO. 2 SPUDDED IN WEDNESDAY Ac ioil drilling has bgnu oA Fiedl Wvll :I,. 2. Im't,,' fl nirth' (if Arcadlia a ,nt hi a rih- aiii . ithifin a fry' !lhim ,Ir",d " ,vly rI,ý of tih,. 1-li-ld S I No. 1. 'r'ho 'v ! -ilwa :iloi it, W, ,eI,ý.l~ay. min drili iui! cill pro,.ir.-(. j11It aa., r',nily n.: her Lit (an ll ie Itllh(.l ill th(e gr uln, d. i s i i., first r of -ev' ,,l ,, lls to i,, hit.8r:Vil (C.., i;, c"::ltra' t with the, .\r '.a'dit Itu aln (i'. LAUGHS AT POWER OF MAN Mother Nature Occasionally Remlnds Puny Mortals That Her Suprem. acy Remains Urnquestloned, Radluri hNu Indeed a force which t as terriblhe s It is wonderful. It can he ear'ied from uhace to place oiiy wh;li emltsedi I i a rece;pt:ile :having lehn walls ein iseveral i'hts thlk. Eanen then the carrier will d) welli to swing tlhe receptacle as he walks, lest h'lding It In a still pcsltlon should piermit the powerful ray's to fnd thielr way tL.ough the lead and into his body. When radium rays are appl...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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