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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

FEDERAL AID SOUGHT FOR LOUISL4N-A LEPERS New Orleans, Oct. 5.-In support of the city and the state boards of health the New (Jrlo;utn Association of Comn merce hu,, adhhre.sod resolutions to Louisiana senators and representa tatives in Wahilngton urging an im mediate appr,,priation to enlarge and improve the federal htme for lepers at Carrville, so as to care for nearly 1.;) cases on the w",iiinz list and re j move the d min "r of having several of the lepers at large in New Orleans. I)r. 1ts, ar )ivlinz. president of the State lhar'l oIf lehali h, reeommende( in a h1 ter fo S`,.nator Jtan.dell the appr',prioin ref $50,000 to make ri th instlitution siflien'tly large to ae roi .u,' ';,,t l. h waiting list uini others] that ,ay lie epe(,ted. Thi Bonn'e hai a p` lpulatinu of 115 and ian fiake nouI , hi'rs, it is said. --Shreveport J, rt'llr t PRICES ON CRFI)E OIL ; BOOSTED 25e PER B.%RIEI! i h Shreveport, Oet, 0.---!mfftr; ý,,l tip nesday mnorning the price of (' adiP, 'l heavy oi...

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. — 13 October 1921

The Bienville Democrat P.LUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1921 NL MIR T\ENTY.NINE ""C--- _- _m -· . . . . I ·. . . .. . . .. .. .. . . .. .. V to them , Are you careless and thqughtless about the future of those near and dear to you? Some men are. While you are taking eare of them now, remember their future must be provided for and YOU MUST idt. Come in and open a Bank account and deposit some money RE. GUI1ARLY. That money may save those dear ones from poverty and misery. We Will weleome you. The CON RCIAL BANK of Arcadia Scadialce & FelCo. In. NaaulactuNer, Wholesale ad Retail DEALERS IN ice and Ice Cream ONE 1 ARCADIALA HENRY, OF RUSTON, AFTER LONG ILLNESS La., Oct. 11.-Rev. James pstor of the Ruston Metho died here this morning af of several months. was one of the best known #in the Louisiana conference. er in local activities. He tive of South Carolina, and years of age. He was edu his native state, at Berry's md latf studied theplogy at ilen...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

* one free VIRGINIA Friendly BURLEY Gentemen TURKISH Tepeifect bldof thethree perfect curette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 2Ofor15€ *HInK.IFT AVL *gw ram. airy TIE lIEN VILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application Entered as Second Class Matter, April u, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, L.., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS .............Asstat Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line six words to line; 10Q words or more, ic per word. Minimum charge 50c. Rates Cash. Road.Building Encouragement. Freight rates on sand, gravel crush ed stone and paving brick have been or~red reduced near one-third by the Ohio public utilities commission. This order will ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

6 9ý '1 .apz4·L" ebe ~c at% a lon tu b ......'' -"Cbp .g by bey.Ps& ~~L~CII yýprr;St by Doubledoy.Pogo 8r IHAPTER XII--Continued. It mi -11-- hillmen )dorelanfd turned up the light * * and cracked a worn but time- Bill l then, he looked toward one lanky E men whom le had fought Ever-ref t many years, and muttered ers wit thick brown beard: For Cm Sfriend, will ye do us the fa- Caleb jn' the blessin', ef ye please?" there John, o' course." Dale: Littleford, the very illiterate, railroa big fingers together across all the e bent his head, and told the in higl almighty that they were all they u ch obliged to Him for the fine absent they had before them, for Ad- standli land who had cooked it, for The d for Bill Dale. . . . sign almost midnight when the the Bi left. They had been sitting appeal on the honeysuckle-scented fled prch and in the cabin yard. At jail. il Dale and John Moreland Hen tt together on the porch. Dale I as a thing that has puzzled for al ce the moment I got here...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

Special Reduction On Men's Suits Don't forget that we are making a special price on Seasonable Suits for Men and YoungMen and it will be time well spent to visit our store and see what we have to offer, before making a purchase elsewhere. For everything in Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to-Wear, visit our store and sare money. J. S. McConathy Arcadia, La. By Mrs. D. X. Brown. Jr. : : . : Telephone No. 34 Miss Ltda Reynolds visited Shreve port last week. Misses Alys Bond and nd ladys Con ger visited Ruston Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Callahan has been a welcome guest of her grand daughter, Mrs. Bax' ter Sutton, this week. Miss Jessie Brown spent the week end hin Shreveport, the guest of Miss Susie Ferguson. Mrs. J. N. Jones and daughter, Miss Vashti Jones, visited Shreveport 6n Tuesday on business. Tanlac is made of roots, herbs and barks and contains no minerals or opiates. City Drug Co. Miss Leola McConathy spent the last week-end with her sister, Mrs. Cecil Atkins, in Homer. Mr. and Mrs. Jos...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY a Best that can be bought1T IlIst Na tina nk n Fir rst I DanflKllg o Prices Guaranteed Arcadia, Louisiana Everybody welcome to the COMBINED CAPITAL AND SURPLUS....... $157,500.00 Armistice Day Celebration Produce and Cotton Buyers Ready, willing and anxious to do for our customers what a good bank should. The most modern banking house in the state. We are glad to celebrate Armistice Day and hope to have the best time of our lives. Everybody come and enjoy the day with us. Bi.cst line of Hard 'are i LY ON S B R O S. CO . L. M. Tooke, ......................................................President A. Anderson, J. E. Reynolds, ............ Vice.Presidents W . M . Deas, .........................................Cashier Carl Goff, W ill Truluck,............... Asst. Cashiers r IL 'I r Daniel, Bryan &Turner Dallas Roberson "Isr,,., of Ever: Kind Known to Alan" The Old Reliable Oiw of the oldest and largest General AUTO TRANSFER AUTon TRANSFER Itisuraince Agen...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

Vel pUBLICATION. wrenchi three of the Iutern r, v. S. inh at BaWUl ltluge, La., The s, 1921. as bel is hereby giv n that Fred Well La., , whu, on Octo GOldmffe j1 ,iesteal, No. satisfy 1917, d14 adf >«". 1-4, Sec. costs. for SbP 14 N., itange 5 Thi Tlana Mcribial, has filed intention to litn ' three year establish clhInn to the land 4 cribed, bcI'Ofe Clerk of Arcadia, La., on the 7th d 1921. Bertrai t names as l\itjiIes: Son. pradford, of it. 1'. D., Saline, trict Para I..D.,Salne, Undo ldon, of R. 1 ., Saline, Execut Hlonors fuston, of R. F. D. Saline. Ia to the of B. F. 1). Saline, La. cash, in Bie' i!le, Democrat, ment, the Co ' BJ. 1D. GIANELLONI, Parish = Register. hours . o the f iSALEt OFtwt M0MOVABLE PROPERTY wiN 1 SWo rof rcadia vs Delinquent W. 3 of the Town of Ar- legs i, _ vyile parish, Louisiana. The ed as of the authority vested in die M Constitution and laws of fy sai of Louisiana, I will sell at costs. front door of the Mayor's Thi which the Mayor's Court of of ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 October 1921

TlE KITCIEN CABINET (J, 1521, Werstern Newspaper Union.) Just as of old, the world rolls on and on, The day dies into night-night into dawn Dawn into dusk-through centuries untold Just as of old. -James W. Riley. SUCCULENT SALADS. Salrdls using lettuce for the main portIon of the salad should not be mixed until just before serving to insure the crispness of the lettucte. Le-t-t-u-c-e s i 0 u d lbe washed, (drainedl and wrapped in a thin cloth, Old curtains, giioil for nothing else, nmake fine salad cloths. Wrap tihe lettuce In the cloth and lay in the ice chest, then it will be always ready. Tomato and Cucumber Salad.--A very simple but attractive salad !1 one arranged on a long dish or Iplt ter. Place the sliced cucumliers In overlapping slices andl a few tomatoes also sliced and arranged in the same i t manner. Let each serve himself tak Ing one or both. Pass the dressing with the salad. Pear Salad.-Cut peeled anil quar tered pears Into eighths andl rrnrange on lettuce with a lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

IThe Bienvilie Democrat OLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1921 NUMBER THIRTY Be preparedfr sickess or accident DANKYO MONEY people go along putting off and putting off preparing for Sfute or for unforseen trouble which many overtýe the m. Then comes disaster. We hope that everyone enjoys themselves but they should also 1 prepared for sickness or adversity and this can only be done by vling READY MONEY on hard for emergency. To have this ready money, tome in and open an account in ur bsnk and REGULARLY add to your balance from your earn We will welcome you. he CONMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" of Arcadia rcadiaIce &Fuel Co., Inc. Panufacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN Ice and Ice. Cream PIIONE 185 - - ARCADIA, LA ~*==~==**='"=~=~~:~=~f'~:~' ~A LDBAND TO PLAY FRIDAY, NOV. 11 -lng to members of the 4meri na contract has been closed Ringgold Brass Band to play Armistice Day celebration to be on November 11th. This ts of sixteen or e...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

VIRGINIA Tqbies BUR LEY 'The three greatest c arette tobaccos, one-eleven ; cigarettes 2Oor15* • 1 ..A V.,. THE DIENVILLE DENOCRAr • UDLISBED EVEP.Y TilURgSPAI Adertising Rates on Application htered as Second Class Matter, April U1, 1912 at the postofilce at Arcadia. Launder the Act of March 3, 17 S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS........Asslitant Editor NOTIC,-..As is customary with all newspapers the following charges~ will be made for Obituaries, Cards o T/hanks, Resolutions of Respect, Churchb Notices for entertainments of any na tulre where admission is charged, etc. Bate: Less than 100 words 7c per line Ic per word. Minimum charge 50c. Six words to line; 100 words or wore, _ I WyTrade At Home? Many people ask that question bu, Yef'y few trouble to seek the answer Why should people patronize their borne merchants? Because it Is a great saving of time. and time today represents money.t Because the home merchant can oniy i remain in business through ...

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. — 20 October 1921

GIBSLNI) NEWS. C t ~ .To the gt . E, GIl was a visitor to Carolina anm rt'laSt ,h.rl:a--Y" to extend of other I UIUrtmu ik visiting re- kindness, w st llortfl"uO , during his 1 Annie ,J,,l1hr,!: a,1it the week M her home in I -t,. A John ('iiil4 wis the guest of - I. A. Taylor 't'uNC'laY. METHO -end Mrs. 1i' Cle anti baby T 'the Fuurt were gu'est: 1 \' hoe e held Sup with the p Shirley aIIl Elvie Ilhrvell gints at 7 ttheir hoile iiv'ir lºoyline for will be pr( it teir ' ' ini the coni eend. w M. le, ,k. of Mlinen. spent The past with her siste'r. Mrs. Elmer nlOn at 5: .{lobert Armstl'ng delightfully Mrs. L. t. t fr by certifi the l{tehnd set F rliday tf .church las ". Manly has been quite sick The Su' weeks, and is yet contined be at 7 p. Wednesda; -i Leola and Dale Cargill, of  iville high school, s.pent Sun- Mrs. F. home folks. charge of Phillips, of Shreveport, was ,the Sundt .the home of his brother, Mr T c ips, last week. The h(a ment has T. Baker is visiting his son, and co...

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. — 20 October 1921

DIPmNG QUE8TMI FINALLY SETTLED LEGISLATURE DEFEATS EFFORTS THAT WOULD INTERFERt WITH PRESENT LAW. f - - - V HAS BEEN A LONG BATTLE C h Efforts Had Been Made Since Early o Days of the Session To Amend or Change Law-Thi-ty Day Limit Has Expired, N Baton Rouge. - No legislation will le be enacted at this session of the Leg islature either repealing or modfying the existing compulsory cattle dipping fr law. M The House of Representatives set- U1 tied that question, when for the sec- th ond time it killed a bill that would have had the effect, it was claimed, of be defeating the purpose of the compul- ha sory tick eradication act. The first fight between the dipping T and anti-dipping forces in the House att occurred early in the session. H. A. ane Burgess of DeSoto introduced a bill to repeal the present law outright. This ( bill went to the scrapheap. M. J. SylI erl vest of Washington then introduced a anc bill to permit parishes to permit local sec option elections on compulsory dip- ...

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. — 20 October 1921

_ ALE {i1 finer stud IOýAILE PROPWITY sible poes of ý ,i Tow of AQri as/ -$,4 © '~ BleSV'11e Jiarisl, Louisiana. same trE the of tl' nu-thorltY vested in to your he Con.ti tion and laws of same 0] the ofLol i, I will sell at us their 1 ,tt t door (,f the Mayors a it i o hti',' .- "I vor's Court of about i T ihn o . i. held, within In a sale r. judicial sales, and p g at elc~' ,1.ck, on Sborths us), c1 .2d 1921, Iistratio aci c.,t'h succeeding atlo tll said soh! property taxes ral B due to u,,. T,,wn of Arcadia, lag Col e Parish,', ,,,i~iana, to enforce graphy actlon of t r:5 assessed in the ), tgethIR ' i!hi interest there pcal tgthe - diy of December, special t the rate ýi 10 per cent per lines. until ,11 and costs. The pletely of said 3e ý:qucunt tax payers, practi( .f tax' dule by each on the t of s~ti~ year, and the rm properly astssed to each to be given for sae as follows, to-wit: thorou S BAi ES.---Iesideace and about old town k~iwf as J. E. Rey FIL total as.sment $500.0...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

EJEYTIGFO JERBD Bs ta anh ouh!The First National st&BnigBank and FirtTrust&BnigC 1' rTHING FOR EV'ERYBODY TAz~~'Bn oBnigr Peoples Hardware Best that can he bought! 1' ULldi~a n e1S iUti O --.. Prices Guaranteed Arcadia, Louisiana COMBINED CAPITAL ANb SURPLUS ....... $157,500.00 Arnistice leri Produce and Cotton Buyers Ready, willing and anxious to do tor our customers what a good bapk should. The most modern banking house in the state. --- We are glad to celebrate Armistice Day and hope to have the best time of oir lives. Everybody come and enjoy the day with us. s LY ON S BR O S. CO . L. M. Tooke, ......................................................President A. Anderson, J. E. Reynolds, ............Vice-Presidents W . M . Deas, ..........................................Cashier Carl Goff, W ill Truluck,..............Asst. Cashiers o DallasDaniel, BrRao & ..\ 5 T 0 T R N S F R "I n ei (fl th o ld s aIl. t ' la rgnt The Old Reliable ;IUT0 TRANSFER Phone 54 I TC Phoned5...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

THE CLAN CALL By HAPSBURG LIEBE toiyrigit by Deuii , mPae, i Co. CHAPTER XII I-Continued. himself, -12- darknee men were divided into two "Wha The first was to remain ye wisi and on guard until midnight, he dem other was to go on duty from "'Cal t until dawn. The second "you w with which was the faction's main t bad a nightcap of the vitriolic out all Sung itself sprawling on the and Te pnd straightway went to sleep. hang B first watch sat around the had ag Sbrushwood fire and played bne-tl for chews of tobacco, cartridges man b et knives, sang strange and man o h songs and drank more these I - One very drunk Torrey gam- that ti way all his tobacco, all his cart- jest a his plnife, his rifle and his belt, to kno t and his hat, his boots and his ""At d offered to bet his trousers tleford ii ears on the turn of a single dynan It was funny, and it was dis- a-folle too. It was all the work of a-folle which Bill Dale had always We k because it made men fools, made was 11 mouth their secr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

.00 hats, lik tliVecs 'a beF 'r - . , ,. _ Anorder to raise this amountof money in such a short time we must sacrifice our up-to.date stock of Clothing a 'S mr not a sale to close out a tew odds and ends or-left-overs, but an honest value Soadr hoev r e s . TI s ~is n o er e u c i n s a e giving- sale on seasonable Ready-to.Wear right" at the beginning" of the season. I must convert my stock of goods ut[ cash, and to do so I have absolutely forgotten profit and marked the goods down to where they will sell-they MUST seII! totin d We are going~to put on the biggest money-saving sale ever held jn Arcadia or North Louisiana, simply 'by making pri on Ready-to-Wear that CANNOT BE MET. 'FREE! FREE! FREE:! $200 worth of merchandise given away Tuesday morning promptly at 8:30 absolutely free, consisting of Mens' Ove€ /coats, Ladies' Dresses and Coats, Mens' and Ladies' Shoes,Suitcases, Hosiery, Garters, handkerchiefs, etc. No strin! tied to this proposition, just a straight, honest-to-goo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

, y E. Brown. Jr. a : : : : : : - ! Telenhone No. 3d (Carl Goff Ik visiting in Shreve- .1 ca Oeo. Allen w:as In town this ri to W. L. Atkinls was a visitor in D rt Sunday. nld Mrs. J. . M.e('onathy spent In Shreveport. Billy Scott. of Oklahoma, has te his father in Arkansas, leaving of still repairing shoes at W. H. t store. Rea·sonable charges ,QIPSON. sic 4 ter Sutton went to Shreve- be anday afternoon and remain- ga Monday. BI from Arcadia attended the va ghtie Night," at Ruston, , evening of this week. ar will sell Tuf-Nut Gloves Mgenning Tuesday, Oct. 25. t Udwin Brown, who has been di on the farm for more than returned home on last Fri.- i Inc Marion Hutchinson, of Shreve. p SMiss Hodge, of Ruston, were tL % Miss Luda Reynolds last m -ga Mrs. T. M. Byrd and son t spent last week-end in- Gibs- , lth Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Byrd a Grigsby and little dangh- . i and Sara, spent the last  a Stiles with Mr. and Mrs. b W.'H. Daniel, who has been in it with relatives for some a returned t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 October 1921

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