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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

One Dollar Will Buy As Much As Two Our sale has been in proghess a few days and people have just bugun to realize the value of the bargains we are offering. If your boy or girl intends going away to school it will be to your inter est to come in and see what we have especially for them, such as Trunks, Hand Bags, Suitcases, etc., all at a great reduction. { There Are Many Bargains As Good' As These Boys' School Suits Reduced New Fall Shoes For Men Trunks, Hand Bags and Extra Special For Ladies We have a nice lot of Boys' Summer Suits O l that will besoldat and Suitcases One lot of Ladies' Silk, Voile and Organdie Dresses, selling at from 25c on the Dollar It is not often that have an opportunity We have just received a very large ship- $3.75 to $10.00 These are excellent values and just the to buy fall shoes at a reduction rightat the ment of Wardrobe and Steamer Trunks, At this price these cannot be classed as thing for school. You can buy anything beginning of the season, but we h...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

Ham been f LOUISIANA enf appola HAPPENINGS pi extra New. of the Pelican State Arrnan t.on b ed in Conde^ead Form, and at Han Donaldsonville.-The Donaldsonville called Chief, a weekly paper, contemplates purpo; Issuing a daily paper about Septem- Satur' ber 1. be dei Baton Rouge.-Hermann Moyse was ted. i elected representative in the Statefor Iagislatu;e from East Baton Rouge huttic parish in a special election held here. Slir Alpxancliia.-Major H. A. Stites of m Greenville, S. C., has succeedled Lieut. 1. h Col. J. E. Iedman as superintendent Theft of the '. S. P. H. S. Ht:si)ital at Camp Slrev Stanford. itc numbh Thibodaux.--At a regular meeting more of the mayor and commissioners it organ was decided to discontinue the fee L of $1 that has been charged for per mits for building purposes. Thi Napoleonville.-Rice planters are busily engaged cuttii~g and threshing the n rice. Some rice has been sold and estab there are buyers in the parish every tu day. Some planters will begin pull-...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

AX SALE OF 11OVALE PROPI'ERTY ntinued f11o0 p;age 7) WARD (7) S"EVEN D TOBI0 S-; ,r \W, Sec Total aýs," .-n; t ;500.00 an, t 17.-10. -terest a d .' ...... . L0 I1 l I'  VE Co. pert of SW ' N, ,,,. 27 rL. &N. W· IL I N 1 f Nfmil twining ` aw,,',. :;.34 1.100 ft [1mbr, li t .i\V)od, S45 i store, i'ttl, ;i1reihtouse bufildings, kl;Iihli plalin iI." o arri l ar' . 1'r" l llS. ' SSlllnt nt nTax,º , in~tr,.sIt d N ( L- t ....... ... 1t.-14-1-t60. .o.Ný:.. ........' .-\Vf N\V, that of NW'Se' :. That part of 1E tyr,"I." cif Ahexa11º1ri; INE lv-" - "" X l~ iu r road, S'ee. 11I.-, Rest ITotal aa .,'S' !t $1,10.00 rs lut '" 1'1O orl' t a ('l·d c - ··· ........ ~.. . -.. AGE.-S 1- o SW., Sec. 1 denCe. '1'3, ia assessmleit Taxes, inlrest aldl .()Ost S$IS.00I oo ..... ......... .....q..... 0 JACKSON().-N 1-2 of NE, of SE. Se(. 24-15-7. Resi Ttal1 asse.nfCt $1,225.00. vest .('St.cn tes t and c.,,st ...... .. $.... . $:i. ,AMI.--_N 1-2 of SW ,of 2 of NE of NE. NW of NE, RCeýloire Total as...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 18 August 1921

I would ratLer be your ni ll 'ir of the Supreme Court than presi dent. Let mc help that Court, nos three years behind, catch up and keep up with its docket. In six years as District Judge I have disposed of 3169 casesz. 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 alffrmed. On my record I ask you to vote for me. J. E. Reynolds FIVE WATCH WHILE ANOTHER FLEES Homer, La., Aug. 17.-About mid night last night a prisoiner in the par ish jail succeeded in sawing the bars of his cell with a hack saw. Five men keep a lookout while he made good his escape. A negro in the run-around could have escaped, but was prevented by the men who kept guard. It is sup p sed that so~eone passed a saw...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 August 1921

The Bie en ville Democrat VOLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-TWO - - __ ________ __ _ __ - - -- -__ _ _- - -- _ _ __ _----------- - - -_ _ __ _ Young and Vigorous While our bank is one of the voLing cst 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 of ARCADIA Arcadiace Fuel Co., Inc. Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN Ice and Ice Cream PHONE 1858 . - ARCADIA, LA. ARTHUR BRISBANE JEALOUS OF PROTESTANTS cc Arthur Brisbane, muehly paid jour ,alist who has recently become at wttak~ to` the staff of the Shreveport ri imles, seems to be growing jealous of h1 influence of the Protestant...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 August 1921

THE B1ENVILLE IIEMOCRAr i'IBLISIEI) EI'E!':i TIHi'RSPAV Advertikin, Kates (in Applicatiol "i'lt1'r(, t il: ,, ,ult |'l,- (I" ;llit'J April ., "i*,,le r tih A1 t ,:f i1 i r + " 1 iKi. S. A. ('OOi, Managing Editor and lhit-ine,, 11 'inalgller C. C. TR.i . .t; ii nt Editor " l,; E~roll,'l; \hlt'il ;',r u;'ºl;;'It1'>l Ili t ll.l.! l'l., ih'l"' " ; I~lllI i .l' . 1I1 ",' 1, r" ,,11 , ' I" ,. i ' ' ' " ' ' t.t.{,,.. ..i it l I"el , :i1. . '. . i IF.', T h' - ,III , },tj' ý11 i l It :i ' I t', " Ii . . iitliiitgi rlbo u 'ntfc ::crtralhiii.V Ifu (l:or'k 1 f11+i' ft 'l ti' " "lyI il l ",' l lll ii o ' anc f liilt iatiitl, !~ntfg~e sli' tutu atiwm y v rti' ' e('tt ,fi' lVr', t he i l. i.... :,li lt dlislalt's r of i ll rt't. it I ,i ld tib o ,r halve t~I',,1l nliºi!" hat l 1ti,: y,,"tr-. !,; timebpl '(1 ý1t,ii! 111 i;,,' l,;1''l!'ý!ti'il'ql lI' war. 'o le,1 t. 11fleet of ''io rll'. 1 (!ile txypellllti tt llit'Ss ( 111:( he .uilt f ,pr tire II'll 1ill'' 11h', 11'" I"i,,.-ii. i:~l;...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 August 1921

+/Haps: eibe Illustia.ons b ,-.& rwit Myrers C o$yrfight by Doubleday.Poge & Co John SHO HID 'EM?" know~ -young Ca-lyle Wilbur or "Bill Dale," as he give I abe known, son of a wealthy seemr tor, John KI. Dale, ar- , .the Halfway Switch, in 'r -.,essee, abandoning a eae--and incidentally a a wo trlcia Clavering. at the al- "At ned to make his own stop Hle meets "Babe" Lit itypical mountaineer girl. a big eck, a character of the Jol e him to John More- wife . Moreland is chief of hone' t, which has an old feud I littlefords. He tells Dale It lUng of his brother, David Mr years ago, owner of rich ermn its, by a mal named Moreland's description of apr causes Dale to believe meal ~was his father. Dale ar- 'ran make his home with the Ilg v family. Talking with bling Littleford next day, Dale by "Black Adam" Ball, Lanc the district, to leave "his An Dale replies spiritedly, lor( fight. Dale whips the front toiugh badly used up. He with John Moreland to look David's coal deposits. ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 August 1921

STATE TAX SALE OF ILDiOVABLi FR-OPERTY The State of Louisiana Vs. Delinquent Tax Debtors, Biencille Parish, Louisilana By virtue of the autllhorily vested ,t we, by tile co,,'ti[ution alld laws of thle State of L,,uisial.,a, I will sell a. tie: principal frnt door of the court lons,', ilj wlith the , ivil district court of .tlit pa'i.il' is hlid, within the lega satl- l.,ttir' fr .ualiiv:1 salhlS, begillilhig 11 :1111 a'cl,sk oil Saturday, September 10th, 1921 alid clntilllllhwag on e;alcl sutcceeding day, untlil `1ai( satl's a;! e clileted oil whlicul. ;lid iulr cll e)] p iropel'rty taxes dire how (;', to the `'"'te of Iouisianlta, anldl tlt l'atislh of li.tlvit!, o. to (e ,f'c ' the ceel I: li,)u i o f to f'S s,º, st"s( ll In the year 1!12 , to et h t'r \ith iu tcl~est th (,(te lol faun the ;;is. day oi Dec. 1i12(0 at, the iate of 10 per ciflt per atl luII unti' paid., aild ('O,,':ý. The Pta1es11 of said delinquent tax ayers, amuonltls of taxes due 1by eaelt ,In tilt' asse(s nc l...

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. — 25 August 1921

0F A. 111ABLE PROPERTI 24,: sess ued from prec':e(liug Page) Icost WYA (7) SEVEN iS\ TOBI- $E of NW, Sec.f$1,21 Total ases.;'u 'it $500.00 ter and .'t..$17.40. M LTMBES, ;-.\VE Co.-- 1-2 prt of SW 'n1' \W, Sec. 27 acre 1-&N .. lW.! ,.Nofmill ra.ning 8ý ri,, 2.544,000 ft . 'timer 2h l..h;rd'voo(1, 84a 7) store, ?, . -arehouse, 17. building., ;,; ,.l», planing es, machinery ful merchandise. H on yard. ',Ata assessmenlt Sec. Taxes, :ht'.revt and cost Tax ... ................$4,444.60. M USlING.-\t of N«., that 17-,3 of NW, Sec. 13. 'rhat part es, NE lying E. of Alexanlrir J. road, sec. 1l.,;".. ICesi- See. otas, t. j $1f,120.01 Tax and Cst ............. $3 41.35". J. JACKSON.- - " ]'2 of NE, 26-1 of SE, r ". 2-1-1 -7. Ilesi- Tax $1,2 5.00. ,!. otal asf.s.,Iunt $1 00.... and .o4t .............$36.50. NE. HAM.- N 1-2 of SW of Totu of NE of Ni1;, NW of NE, tere Slieside" e, Total assess B ,00 Ta,'"S, iuterest and Sec. ....... ....... so.....1 Tax | ilOiM --o' 3, Bloclt slat assess...

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. — 25 August 1921

LOUISIANA HAPPENINGS News of the Pelican State Arrang ed in Condensed Form Homer.--At the auction sale and trade day here rec'ntly Bill Roge.'s, auctioneer, sold watermelons fur as much as four dollars. All produce brought a fancy price. Thibodaux.--The rice planters in this section are busy harvesting their (:rops, alttugh the rains have held them back somewhat. 'The yield is good and cars are moving daily. Monroe.-Several thousand people attended a big barbecue and good roads' celebration held at (Clayton to celebrate the completion of a fine highway from (Clayton to Vidalia. Crowley.--Tie Knights of Colum bus of (Crowley will have an observ ance of Columbus Day, October 12. A committee will be appointed for the celebration. Baton Rouge. - The Jefferson High way Farm Ioan Association met here and passed on loans approximating $22,000. Mlore applications have been made for loans lately than could be cared for. Gueydan. - Members of the Ameri can Rice Growers' Association here have ...

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. — 25 August 1921

TEXAS F' 'A"ON'S 1v TuIIT I .M 1IC o Monterey. Mexic,. Aug. 17.-- By Maii -Freemaonary of the Republic et of Mexco 'ofened wide her arms to to the Texans (Gro:, Lodge Masonic Con- It r:sl.,;I tolday wht-n the offflial de'le-' i r ,t;l:n crossed the Rito ;ran,hl at t6 h o,'clock ami stoppe,l. for two hour;s. at w Ntiu -vo l~arýlo. f Th~mIgh withl't any offi.lal st~niiid IIt wI h FreenTIlln o is of 'l'xa, liolln ),, i-f thit alnic i:t -,m( i i Ipt'ol, or- I1 ' ve ,, by its mllellif rship f'rm l i' n ie ";,a , tim world to the other, gather I :,oulnd Granid Mfastir Rnil dldl anti . hri pmast grand - .tlln iloiehrs illl. po'll'ai the p',iilllllssii)l l, A lr hallh (Ii N L i+ To Give Advice. In answering the invi:?tici, of t1 .Mexican Freemaso;;mry, th grai lodge has delegatil to, its c(,mmisshion bI the power to act only in anr informal I anu n!avisary capacity oni account of g the fact that Mexican Freemasonar" 1 no longer enjoys olflicial rec,'gmii:;inl, from its neighbor jurisdictio...

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. — 25 August 1921

D. . . Brown. Jr. : : : : Telehbone No. 34 A. lIryiiI :;U'! r.ihihhren have eat visitor i Il ryv'eland. p, . W iR r i : visiting 11 111 rt this week. ,gaggie A.stin 1ii ts returned 0 visit to Ilh1 ',V ri ives tt jo Caskes, Rogers & Co. We I dollars to have more cents,. ti his, are g;nsts of 1r's. Rt. (' L T. Ferguti,),. E'1 Alice utt , of Irytcehlll , i i of her brother, .Mlr. IRaxter and family. th S Jones .. alld n daughters. and Eddie I)., spien; ':esday to eport. l, pert Davis and (hihlren snent 1 days in Mt. E'anlm this week . Sam Davis' family. o: S. Turner returned on Tueos- i a business trip to Jena. Gray Ferguson and family, of `ather Byrd was the host att a a swimming party last Satur a W. M. ('onger is visiting her e' Mrs. Wesley Saundlers, ; v t. y, M. Tooke and daughter. Mis a Logis, are spending some tirr' t -rl Wells, Texas. 11 Janie Byrd Oden, of Shreve- 1h e guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ge º. n i1 a te Webb and daughter, Mal i onroe, have been visiting Mrs. E on and ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 25 August 1921

ALSACE BEGSNI;G TO LIVE1 Writer Fjnds a Feeling of Relief Pervading the People of the Province, With Reason. It is a strarp ,' it t ' t m.,ct ex It, rieno(e for tti,)i n,' h, is, iu' i',, s.teel in the rahitii i. ,e'. ' ,, ,l,h'S to Visit tilhe Itth 'ottsl ,1'1« "ritt l t" 1;ll, s kno~vn as A+,-, . '+ ) -t i I •I In Aisace w;a, I r1  1 .11 , ago. It c: i' " t r ;i rk's death, nI, W Wh ie te ,:c white-red tlag(4 V ,V.o l;Itinli.: O if at t.t haif-wlalst ill lea<.r of tt',..'.ill ,tih. t( had trade tin' th, t ,,r'.irl'i . ' l 'i. land--part (if ti m ,'v l ;' t ,,l to'l " pire. i Today l'd- 'n vi ! ,rt; is sarlame; P1 gone, err'Itl r't',ih (1{'' in:,l:. itl' !f , º i]l the black-whilt-r' d tl:,r : "'mm are ti"he Prusslan otfi'lrt's " til t ,ictblk. tlile r',! htrtred slati',l= l i;.tt'ls, ani all the oth er I,;rapierlatll; of ijmi'l,'ial ;ermttn `t rout tie. The old,,r ordhr slirvive's iut T hi':e and there, iin tie , 't';l ouh iall buildings. erCitif iwil aitr:n-,,g 0n the ul gr...

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. — 1 September 1921

The Bienville Democrat ME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1st, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE SIAI" VaulI: -;F VAULTS When you keep money in your house, you are Inviting trouble. a burglar's business to know, and they find out the homes where is bidden, and they come and get it. Even if burglars do not Iwr money, you may lose it or fire may burn it-and all the titme ws you anxious and nervous. (Come in and deposit your money in our Bank. It will be SAFE Ig will be free from worry. WE WILL WELCOME YOU. e CO MMERCIAL BANIK of Arcadia I'4 - r ~ ~ -'- --`---~ diace FuelCo. inc. Hanulacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALLRS IN e and Ice Cream le 18- - ARCADIA, LA. j wý=ýw=,ºwiniwwwýiww'wwwiwwwwwwýw '4 ] THANKS HIS witi fOB THE SPLENDID Mr. 'OIVEN HIIM AUG. 23. was of Blenville Parish: A le to Write all of you, I Boo method of thanking all sio of Bienville who were loy- it j voted for me on August of e Judge. Words are in- i express my full appre- que the generous, free a...

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. — 1 September 1921

THE BIENVILLE DENIOCRA PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSLAY Advertising Rates on Application atered as Second Class Mautr. April 11, 112 at the postofflie at 1Are.. ia. f(., under the Act of March 3. N97. 8. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS. ..........Assiant Editor John Bull w, dfluiit .wneihr . , !) put the "Ire" in Irelald. ~- --c------ Note that P're idenht lhardii- is stepthill, he knows how a lI ilwer'atii postmiasltr feels. In-- lla, Nº s. The Administration has di.c .eVrr that a great many of the nl,-" jt promised to cut off are .apable of val ing.-Columbia (S. ('. erord. ~- ----- The Sinfulness of Hoarding. It is comnmon enoughl to find iranker and writers in fiancial papors ailIvis Ing farmers to patronize the hanks, and the advice is tonoe tihe les valu .ile because of the hanker's fin:lrial in terest whlleh is involved. But no :.elf Interest attaches to a sermon against hoarding which is preached by a fa;rm er's paper. Wallace's Farmer D)es Moines). T...

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. — 1 September 1921

By Hapsburg Liebe The ClanCall Copyright by Doubledspay, Page A Co. take n, like a BABE IS SHOT. A di ou Carlyle Wilbur- oul Dale, or "1gill Dale," as he 'Irmiedl, sito be known, son of a wealthy Ben L operator, John K. Dale, ar- and k s at the Ilalfway Switch, In -t Tennessee, abandoning a wrun of idle ease-and incidentally a (tay th patricia Clavering, at the al- Dale etermined to make his own as wh in life. lie meets "Babe" Lit- fl.luini ord, typical mountaineer girl. - Heck, a character of the "WV takes him to John More- enfolk ad's home. ,Moreland is chief of chief, "clan," which has an old feud Flt' b the Littlefords. He tells Dale the killing of his borther, David Ciful, rland, years ago, owner of rich her he deposits, by a man named lag no lyle. Moreland's description of tlyle" causes Dale to believe you re man was his father. Dale ar- The ge to make his home with the young rland family. Talking with red st - " Littleford next day, Dale ordered by "Black Adam" Ball, y of t...

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. — 1 September 1921

STATE TAX MALE OF IMMOVABLE FROPERTY Th State of usianal Vs. Delinquent Tai Ddbcrs, Bienville Parish, Louisiana By virtue of the authority vested in me, by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will sil a' the principal front door of the ,ourit house, in which the civil tiistrict c(uri of said parish is held, within the lega sale hours for judi:ial bales, beginilg at 11:00 o'clock ol iturday, September 10th, 1921 and continuing on each succeedling d~iy until said sales are comiletel on wlii:i. all Immovable property taxes are nl,,w due to the State of Louisi:iu, and th( Patrish Of Bie:lvi!hi, 0. (tnfdcie the col lectlon of taxes ist'essed( inll the year1 10920, together withinterest thereon from ti;e 31st day of Dec. 1920, at the rate of :0 per cent per annuum unti' ptid, and cc.sts. The name.; of said delinquent tax payers, amounts of taxes due by each on the asressment of said year, and the immovable property assessed to each to be offered for sale as follows, to ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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