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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

-..... .... Ž... tY ,,, , NU, E ^-.IF NINETEEN A-XE ) "".NV \.1. : ARISi, U iS 11\NA, T'IHLRSDAY, AUGUST 4 1921 V OLME N, , -1 ' ',. w ... .. . . ... ....... - " -- . . .... ... . . .---_:::--~ ~ ~~ : ... ... .. r---- -- -I .. . :-,- -:----: 1 .- --. .. . .., .. ... ....... I C7 ..,..:,,:-,..¢.¢¢:,j:, :,,,::<<<:'.+<: Young a!d Vigor ous While our bankl is one o-f tlhe i'm g- , est iii the parish, it pss , all the strength of all the uldest andt most re liable financial ilnstitu.ltions. la, bt:en organized ini the VeI;r 1 13 vwith Li a capital of S25,000 00 it has i.roº',v steadily and surely anti today the comihined capital an Iu!'l .1us isi 80.000. 00 We extend to our cust()m1'ur- ('vcr;v courtesy consistent with god bankin I If you cannot come to see us, use the mails ':10 Commercial Ban. --,i of ARCADIA wit FOR al Supreme Courf inthe Racet ports, be your guide. tElection August 23rd Ain o neLst J. E. Reynolds.) friends of J,,dge I. E. Reynolds.) CE JUrRY...

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. — 4 August 1921

Ciga U To seal in tho delicious burley tobacco flavor. it's Toasted -7 (IBSLAND NEWVS ITI'E1IS M rs. L. M . I'hilli' ',.viol WI Nlh ,Jii returns l l l , l l'i nl" r i.ii!!: lieu u \i;i; to her lr ull'l'it ,tý. !It:,tl ' ( I , ' li ,'. B litlhe l'hillils I'ýl ii l o r t fli. er vi.stt w ith ler , r' -'r ll ,,(,ntz'li' IlitrI K li ;Ps Ilt-it-n ;ttl c'iniine dloray liiil Silt , tI i liN r' e ati, 'fPX e; ah Boltrml nill, s l . e I. . 1. M; ly :elo t f:lirily hi\tl' ivho as be sit k for h' ' lonlii n iih.h they Iei'it I.s h !lInhl , eu e t, i,'dl .hih of townl. Mrs. l~tdwh1 1lýll t1rri l r, il', Slll daly froml Sall .\lti1ili, 'texasii, w\her'v she wet' W lolI see( hieri fatheri, Mr, l'citl." who as1 ºee sic''l.hk foi' i loll ; time. Mrs. Me~lrrit', ('hhi~lir werlei carlts fo~r during her il .tel'e by tlltheir grlllnl mother, M rs. Merritt, frion MIgnlloli, Ark. Mirs. C. A. Allei is visitiing relatlives in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. A. Z..lndrews are the proud parents of a little ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

Our Prices Are Always In Line With The Very Latest Market See us for everything in up-to-date Ready-to SWear for the ENTIRE FAMILY. J. S. McCONATHY Arcadia, Louisiana D.. Brown.Jr. . : : : : : : : : Teledone No. 84 "Blah Koch, of Baton Rouge, ug friends in Arcadia. ,. B. Kendal, of Ruston, was a visitor. Mary Louis Tooke visited in It Saturday. g1 e Hightower, of Homer, t week-end at home. ra Glen Watkins, of Minden, tof her aunt, Mrs. Jos. An- a Pd Mr. Andrews. -!len Hightower and children, b have been recent guests o if ~ightower and family. li Ise O'Quin, of Mobile, Ala., t of her aunt, Mrs. S. A. o .family, .feeil Thompson and little H re guests of their grand' d 8. L. Houston. Beard had as guests las' Virgie and Blanche Wil- e ggold. le Laurie Cook, of Ring- i the guet on 'Monday of her I ir, S. A. ook and Mrs. Cook I Mrs. Rondo and baby if Shreveport, are guests of l "Mrs. L. M. Tooke. Theior I Brit, was also over. I ?s. Joe Jordan and baby j have been recent guests t Mrs, ...

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

LOUISIANA bud /yea HAPPENINGS ye$1 t=, News of the Pelican State Arrang- . E ed in Condensed Form apr Shr Ric Ponchatoula.-~ids have been ro-the eeived for the construction of approx- giv Imately 31 miles of graveled roads in the Seventh Ward of the Parish of F Tanglpahoa. About 20 contractors Ch; filed bids. era ant Alexandria.--Adjutant General L. A. Intet Toombs of Baton Rouge was at Camp et Beauregard to make preparations and get the site in readiness for the en campment of the State National Guard tat which opens August 15. mo Plaquemine.--The drill of the well e being put down for oil near Marin- the gouln is down seveti hundred feet, and lhe the driller put in 500 feet of 10-inch casing. Reports from the well say val that the formations encountered are favorable for a flow of oil before they un reach a depth of 3,000) feet. The well na being drilled at Bayou LaRompe has 7el reached what is called the second tle strata. New Orleans.-Following up their suprise attack, prohibiti...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

By HapsburgA e an CLiebe Copyright by Donbleday, Page (Co. A FEUD OF THE TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS From somnewh l re on a nearby mountainside a rifle's keen report the air; a bullet wthined like a mad hornet; Dale's hat jumped on his hPad. auakenir'n wvas exceedingly rude. Dale wheeled, his gray f1e, and saw only a tiny cloud of smoke-mist rising from the more than fiftly feet away. cOme out. you coward!" he roared. "Come out and let me " curiosity taking the place of anger in his voice. "I've slted to know just what a real highwayman was like!" muffled sound of a twig breaking a short distance off to his claimed his attention. He was being closely watched by f the finest, clearest brown eyes he had ever seen. He saw her ; he never forgot that. was standinq on a low cliff beyond the sparkling creek that beside the railroad, and she was partially hidden by a clump ing laurel. But Dale could see that she was about twenty; line of her rounded, graceful figure whispered of a doelike ; that sh...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

THE SiENVIbL1E DEYCRAT';.11 I'UBLISIIELJ)> - r:I.!.-. - THllKS. % i i Advertising iº a:',<s o ,t ,pplication T.tlrli utletel':',! =. F,,rl,} 1 ".,1:11 1' r ai,t April i"1. (La., %nrler 114" A1' opf 3 I:rl','h 2.1;. h .r .----- -- _' `;111q , S. A. (COOgl, `n1ag;hi Editor anid .1 Business MJanalger il C. C. TR.VIXS ......... Aslt'alit Editor 'I,.. .« , To1f (' l.\N11:;> fr.v :n~ t~i w in' at t: ti.11. ' li," Lhl! r lr,, 1h in i wnliy 11111 oily w, 1~L1 ,Vtlr ai !,! `11 t3,1! in ilho f'i 't li::i! f I tilh, li!'-;t Igtnl itn la h niiilr l ' ,, i p:l. tIi c w ill ui'ui t ' US N ` . A u1''a'i, l i4'11 1 1 ! '' l i'' int 1111'il r el'i - 1 l uiry w lhenliiiti o tl .\! u;t; I n1}' 1; 1:0], ' nohi` e eiutl 111" t 'li ii',. will i, rl' : Ibo tefl ":4111. oil'If t;;., t4' 1tl..) ,t'";)'*n IIa tWip 111 it elt'alli blottr, Ici:_her ai:lld iloher Wiiote}ii .tailid1il'd.s awlt ii hetllvi' r,li lllliily ' 111 it whole. .ali air of ii ;d lity will greet yeol wheni yo'li enthr the I1...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

`LE (iOF OVABLi PROPERTY ned fyort ,,tg 6) A U (7) SEVEN SBIN-Sl. {or NW, See Total acs "n(~%J'It ."300.00, rest and c,".......... $17.40. lUMBR & s'AV 1'E CO. rt of S\ it' ( , Sec. 27 W V '. It, N of mill tjning S a'i,. ::.541.00 ft fber,. h~irwl, 845 store, foedl, wiaiehouse bulldings, dry kilni, planing chinery t111 i(tr,.handise tn y a rd . 'I'0 ,111 a; - ti., esnel , Taxes, aidi , dt cnd cost . .. ............... $44-14.60. BIlN!.. NW if NW, that of NW, 1;'-. i;. That part _NE lying: f. of Alexandrit toad, Sec. 1 1-15-7. Resi a5S(C!s:n1IP(t $1.120.00 and ("ost.... .. _..S 1-2 of SW, Sec. 1 * e. 'Total assessm1fen' ies, intch'rst 1ll(! eOS, ... ................$4 8.00 i lON.- .N 1-2 of NE, of SE, Sec. 21-15-7. Resi I a~se[ssn(nt $1,223.00 and cost .............$30.50 0 AM.-N 1-2 (of SW of SNE of NE. NW of NE, ;,htldence. Total assess Taxes, interest and .. .............. . $40.35 gQl;MAN.- Lot 3, B~locI ent $100.00. Taxer cost.................. 6 BDON.-- 1-'' of SE. -SE of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 4 August 1921

be c plus half of F Lodh I 01l may tilla , agEI rý4 coral ýýr noti Iby ioti mee is d I ItdE l?"' S;'' Ser I would ','Aier be your member ,P of thre Supreme Court than press- offi ti,:it. the C. ] Let meo help that Court, now es, three years behind, catch up and me, keep up with Its docket. Att In six years as District Judge I have disposed of 3169 cases. When the Claiborne Oil Field was discovered it was thought two sh judgess would be required in my . district. But by the end of each term of court my docket has been cleared and every case decided. In this oil litigation, involving hundreds of millions of dollars and unsettled jurisprudence, every case decided by me and passed on by the Supreme Court has been affirmed. On my record I lak you to vote sh for me. J. E. Reynolds 1 CHARTER Gtbsanid Masonic Company, Inorpor' - " si State of Louisiana, Parish of Blen ville. 1 BEI IT KNOWN, that on this the 11th day of July, A. D., 1921, before 1 me, W. C. Langford, Notary Public in and for...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 August 1921

SeBienville D emocrat 1ME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY .~s -- ·-·---- " -. . . ........... . . . .. . ... . . ... .... ..........................._~~~ oung and While :ur bank is one of the young est in the parish, it posses all t he strength of all the oldest and most re liable financial institutions. Hav:ng been organized in the year 1913 with a capital of $25,000 00 it has grown steadily and surely and today the combined capital and surplus is $80,000.00 We extend to our customers every courtesy consistent with good banking If you cannot come to see us, use the mails Commercial Bank c. of ARCADIA FOR preme Court J. E. Reynolds and Honorable Caireer Backed by the Judicial Record of any Candidate in the Race than 90 per cent of Judge Reynolds' decis on by the supreme court, have been affirmed. date with next highest record,has less than 70 of his decisions affirmed; the next less than 6o ; the next less than 35 per cent. year ten ca...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 August 1921

INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS FROM GIBSLAND Earl Parnell is at home from his vacation. ed her parents at Duba.h i:tst week. Miss Maud Best. of HIope, Ark., is visiting her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. B. C. Conant. Mrs. G. W. Peytn,, of Graniz Cane, was a recent guest of rilhitiv,., here. Miss Hazel Parnell spent .unday with relatives at IienviliP. Misses Myrtle and Pauline Jones. spent several days tist week in Ae,'adia visiting their aunt, Mrs. 11',,1,,rts. Mr. L. C. Stall lft Sunday for St. Louis, where he goes to purc'ha.se goods for Hamner Co. Rec. Martin was called to Serepta Tuesday to conduct the funeral serv ices of a friend. Miss Thelma Emory. of M1P Rouge, was the attractive guest of her aunt. Mrs. C. A. Berry, last week. Little Miss Doris Kidd has return ed from a visit to Magnolia, Ark. Mrs. Manning and little sou visit Little Miss Katherine Burleigh spent last week in Minden visiting her sis ter, Mrs. John L. Garret. Mrs. Lewis 'Thomas from Kentucky. was called here by the il...

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. — 11 August 1921

THE CLAN CALL By HAPSBURG LIEBE Copyright by Doubledby, Page 00o. found t BLACK ADAM. chief o He r Synopsis.-Young Carlyle Wilbur- hand oi ton Dale, or "Bill Dale," as he "Hoc lects to be known, son of a wealthy knees coal operator, John K. Dale, ar- smiled dyge at the Halfway Switch, in astern Tennessee, abandoning a, Do0 life of idle ease-and incidentally a "I tr i fde, Patricia Clavering, at the al- ly. "In tur..determined to make his own go Be Stjy in life. ie meets "Babe" Lit od, typical mountaineer girl. , Heck, a character of the pie wl * I, takes him to John More- us, peI iead'u home. Moreland is chief of his "clan," which has an old feud -W the Littlefords. He tells Dale too, ei of the killing of his brother, David o' the -oreland, years ago,,owner of rich roof, b oetl deposits, by a man named lands. Carlyle. Moreland's description of ,"Carlyle" causes Dale to believe Dale" the man was his father. "An Dale should CHAPTER II should . -2- about In the Cup. brothe ale found t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 August 1921

TIE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT fUBLISHED EVERY THUHRSDAY Advertising Rates on Application entered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postotie at Arcadia, La., tnder the Act of March :',. 187-. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS ..............Assiitant Editor GETTING BACK TO NORMAL, Nearly everybody is having .,,nc thing to say about what ought t, be done to bring this culntry back to normal. It Is iynvariably the .ase, how ever, that suc'h remnarks apply olly to the other fellow. Many people are of the opinion that prices should return to the pre-war level, but it is doubtful if they ever wilL Certainly it can never be don( without a literal invoking of the law of supply and demand, and that is some thing that the speculators will frus trrte at all hazards. The mnufacturer, having gorged him self on huge profits, will never ugali. be satisfied with modest ones. lie will eventually come down considerably, a few pennies at a time, but it will be a hercule...

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. — 11 August 1921

LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS News of the Pelican State Arrang ed in Condensed Form Monroe.-Some of the leading high way promoters of Louisiana and Ar kansas attended the convention of the Arkansas-Louisiana Tourists' Way As sociatlon in Monroe August 5, Lake Charles.-A meeting of the City Council was held and an ordi nance was passed setting aside all the southern part of Lake Charles below Plthon Couley as a residential dis trlct. Arcadia.-The registration books have been closed. The count, as given by the registrars, shows the fol lowing was announced for Bienville parish: Male voters, 1,984; female voters, 577; total, 2,571. Lake Providence.-Real estate men of Oak Grove and Lake Providence are forming an association to work for the building of the East and West Carroll and Morehouse parish high way, which, if built, will link the cap itals of each of these parishes. Monroe.-The Wayne D)rilling and Development Company has completed its carbon and gasoline absorption plants at Swartz, whic...

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. — 11 August 1921

or Sec. 6-16 VI&BLE PROPERTY Taxes, ij C.L. , from page t;) See. 5-1( Taxes, i ,`"" E. L. (7) SE:;VEN . e, IN S:.r NWv, se,. 24, NE a s~ c - -  ..t $ 5 0 0 .0 0 se ssm e n 1 5nd .17.40. cost ...... and c,,B ...... C(J. A. LB,'It & >'!.\E !'I UO.-- SW, Se of«SW t[ N\\, Slit..2. $1,200.0( of W. ., oNof mil, N .g " t ~ .; 11,000 f r,262"i jwj~lr~od, ý -`' of F store, "ftýi '.. arehouse acres, - ~jdings, .~r ui paing $1,5000( ery amtl ,t:trchlndlse. y yard. il aýsi sment W. T. Taxes, 1týtc',t"t ald cost 17-7. '1 . ...... - .es, hte ING.-NV tf NW, that lIENI f NW, Sec. ;1;. That part Sec. 21 jyiig I'. of Alexandria ITaxes, road, Sec. 11-1:-7. ResI/ M. S assess, 1%1it $;1,12.0.00 17-8. 'J and '(" ..... $34.35 es, lute 1.2 of S •. 1- . N. T:otal ssessmentSe.5-1 ,e intcr( ,t and cost Taxes, S ..............$48.00. - SON.---N 1-2 tof NE, Taxe $F' Si,'. 24-15-7. Resi- JaxRs tesmn $1,225.00. and cost .............. NEal a I-N 1"2 o~f SW of 'oa 1 of NEo terest NINW oE, NW o. E i...

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. — 11 August 1921

I would rather be your member of the Supreme Court than presi dent. Let mo help that Court, now three years behind, catch up and keep up with its docket. In six years as District Judge I Aive disposed of 3169 cases. When the Claiborne Oil Field was discovered it was thought two judges would be required In my district. But by the end of each term of court my docket has been cleared and every case decided. In this oil litigation, involving hundreds of millions of dollars and unsettled Jurisprudence, every case decided by me and passed on by the Supreme Court has been affirmed. On my record I ask you to vote for me. J. E. Reynolds IMPROVEMENT IN RURAL LIFE Of-operative Organizations Are Be. coming Recognized as a Move in the Right Direction. Much is expected from the American Country Life association, which is dis tUnguhed from other organizations aiming at bettering rural life in that it lay's its emphasis upon the human as. poetst of agriculture. One of its precepts 15I that "the fa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

SThe Bienville Democrat r N~~UMBER TWZENTY-ONE !IME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921 --- * * * IR RCADI1 (VILL LAVE GOOD 4 _..---- __________-- - 1 MA S AGA INSTJ GE I oung and thro nodhi ger t futei pea r beer ani we 0 Y OUS who Hue; J udi reco tisel *While our bank is one of the young- tiser est in the parish, it posses all the and strength of all the oldest and most re-his liable financial institutions. Hav:ng been organized in the year 1913 with a capital of $25,000 00 it has grown steadily and surely and today the T combined capital and surplus is ing $80,000.00 o0( tior lat( TWe extend to our customers every tiai courtesy consistent with good banking re if you cannot p __ the come to see us, use the mails th Th th OUl Commercial Bank of ARCADIA is i g eviVal Beginning nday, Sept. 4th Baptist Church Arcadia d Music SComfortable House Good Preaching verybody Invited BEIN G D. AT PICTURE SHOW Of Arcadia's picture show, have been enjoying some c go...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

he Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Copyright by Doubleday, Page A Co. "Maybt 'L STICKavor, J( LL STICK." never col .or with t _.*oung CarlYle Wilbur i-or ";1 DalP," as he how, I Sbe knon son of a wealthy mother v operator, John K. Dale, ar- even wa. at the Half.aY Swith, in The Tennessee, abanz!oning a idle ease-ani incitdentally a to marr; aticia Cla,ering, at the al- didn't w mined to malke his own ed her." oli. He meets "Blabe" Lit tpcal mountaineer girl. He op -Lk, a character of the at More .ak him to John More- "You borne. Moreland is chief of in orde -',- which has an old feud Ui Littlefords. le tells Dale tulle an killing of his brother, David was all n!, years ago, owner of rich and driE leposits, by a man named .Moreland's description of UP to Il le" causes Dale to believe them, tl was his father. Dale ar- always to make his bome with the that m: pd family, for whom he en .i a deep respect. Talking y mol "Babe" Litteford next day, of that ,I ordered by "Black Adam" was so bel...

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. — 18 August 1921

THE BIJENVILLE DEMOCRAf P'UBLISIIEI) EVERY, T i'KSI' 1'A Advertising .ates oFn Applicatl,, I, 1t112 at "h io rti i.'e :at .Ar,: ,!:; 4L,.,,'(l#t h ' ~,r 2 Mi rcb ::·. 1,) S, A. (OtIlI, Managing Editor aind is ,4irº,," . Manager ', TR., I.% ......... itant Editor ' it; ,.111 K t ' . M '|'I ?' IP E r'IE ,J[I) E S Ill'. º -ý , , . ' i , : l i - i';- ill , . . ; ." ,' I, ) '•('q l ' +'il lr/t. ,A li" -.tt. , 1, II h t t h . it V I; ;.'. , ' , f ,l'V1',,ry lua ifiu;l 1' 4 .ti f 'Le º,ol's 11111 ca:t at Vitt' ,., q at :',: tit' who if) tlh .ir belief . 'i: f to fill tiis high of i ce. ;: ,;udgiutg the qualificatio..., of the var s,,, clin,4iat.s pre'juidlic'e Iil1 pi'r soli. A P' ;('h ,; -4.1,,ul Ihe imit aýide. aind "..1y :l .. p .< i(t ol'ds of the cai]di datte- :al, ,) :s is . basis ftir selectiiin the +iiiieiiida!e. 'i•,' .,'la}i nlhhIi ' iin wktii, the race f(r .Aai:wilia ' c :ti'( of tih Sipret,'i (,i1'i hais ta'ni (.c 'i li(.tt'i iS iflhlet'd no islibh'e, 'it i 'r1 i, t' l'.(...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

A EW FACTS. tot -. are t farmer ships a corload of out or a ton of hay, or any other are Away to the city market the as he receives becomes avert N Of plo of this community. ing on the income from the prod- is tlht. we ship away that we de- of for the prosperity of our home str . fei t fact is plain to every thinking lam article we consume or use an come from some source. If it is ch at home the money we pay It all remains in circulation at tr: But if it is not produced here us Jst buy it elsewhere. , also, is a fact well known to te ll merchant can buy the article tfrom the manufacturer or for considerably less than tild have to pay if we ordered D from the factory. That is the made by manufacturers to all ls another fact whebh requires F g rdinary amount of brains to s gend away ourselves for what f all of the money paid for the s goes out of the community and D to enrich some person in some t community. I re buy from a local dealer the 1 le price only is sent away, the C a profi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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