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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 October 1921

ti. The Bienvillc 27 "9:21IUM'R THIRTY-ONE ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1921 S_ . . . e, III I ,r uV MIIRDER CASE SET I " .. " =unless you bank youi gioi Money i NOW c sto col wi E you are young and vigorous, and making money is the g to ut as much as M you can spare in the ban k Iles quickly and the reward pf your economy and thriff df 1hppiness and a comfortable old age. now--Come in and open an account in our Bank, and t * patice of regularly adding to your balance. We will welcome you. I COMMERCIAL BANK of Arcadia S"The Bank That Service Built" dialce & Fuel Co., Inc .,a cturers, Wholesae and Retail DEALERS IN and Ice Cream ý 8 . - . ARCADIA, LA ,-O. 0 M, MOVE D o & IULLg43EST CIT ION PROPERTY deal of considerable S( was consumated this were i. Day, of Gibsland, tle roperty from Young her( as the Hillerest Sub, of 9 operty was sold some day . R. M. Conway, who the of Hillcrest and cut is ce lots, but it has re the back to Young thel was bought...

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. — 27 October 1921

Done eleve~en Three Inseparables One for mildness,VIRGINIA One for nellownessBURLEY One for aroma. TURKISH Thefinest tobaccos perfectly aged and blended 2Ofor15 11FFHAVE. raw YOltm wiry PROCEEDINGS OF THE PARISH POLICE JURY Arcadia, La,, October 3rd. 1921. The Police Jury of Bienville Paris] met in legal session on this date with all members present. The body was, called to order by the President, and the purpose pf the meeting havirj been discussed resulted as follows: Whereas, this Police Jury of Bien tille Parish, State of Louisiana, hav ing met as a Board of Review, after the expiration of the twenty days in spection period, to meet as a Board of Review, for the purpose of considering any objections or complaints thatmay be brought before it, with respect to the values which might have been fix ed by the Louisiana Tax Commission, resulted as follows, to-wit: " Whereas, the following named per sons and corporations, having filed their petitions, and protests, and the Board of Rev...

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. — 27 October 1921

BY llapsburg Liebe h eq: lan ' an Coyih by Do nbk daY Pw & Co. but I am R XVren't cal ..13"- to a d-d I Tried. Bill Dale was triedl "Major I Ville, the new Eliza- sure that ghted froml an after- turns out fllway switch. She inarry me ' smlart and neatly- Babe?'' k blue, with lacey how bo. t and at her wrists; he afraid Sd4ark blue relieved ing? Ie In one of her "You 1o' aped, gloved hands pursued. Ivellng bag of black She fau queer ligh reed young man in But she d roys hasten"ed to her. hand unti broad-rilunmedl hat, "You (1 bag, and pressed her "Yes," he was very glad to he barely "Then fried joyously above She di, passing train. "Bill answer. ' laughed Dale. "IIow The dia I can hardly believe with the air. The smiled. "Tell me: capacity the outcome o' your be?" t her English had im wias gratifying to him. I--ýld w," he siid. "But Ma inks I'll come clear. He inebody that was hid tansid above aboveus shot By Heck hinted that this was the case; and t I would stand a bet gequlttal...

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. — 27 October 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOQCRA PUBLISHED ,EVERY THURSI?: Y Advertising Rates on Application 9ntered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the posto.fice at Arcadia. La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS .............Assi3tant Editor NOTI('E--As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will he made for Obituaries. Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Re.,pcct, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charge!, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words To per line Ic per word. Minimum charge 50c. six word:S to line; 100 words or more. Rates Cash. The Louisiana State Fair. The Louisiana State Fair opens its sixteenth year at Shreveport today and it is predlcted that the largest number that has ever visited the fair will be there this year. The Loui.; Jana State Fair ranks among the best fairs of the United States and should he looked to with pride by ever.n Iouisianian. It is looked upon 1:. many as an occ...

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. — 27 October 1921

.sale opened Tuesday, October 25th, and our business on opening day was indeed gratifying. Numnbers ople have been here daily taking advantage of this opportunity to save money. Ž Be Here Saturday, October 29th--It's A Feature Day ial prices on Men's Overcoats, Suits, Shoes, Ladies' Coats, Dresses, Hats, etc. In many cases the price in half, and this has been pronounced the greatest reduction sale McConathy has ever held. Don't t that our sale has just opened up, and be here early Saturday morning. opportunity to save ' Every article in the store on your winter clothing reduced. Nothing reserved ARCADIA _ -r nea m p ail n I! •I ag i a il e I HllM HIMi 1 1 i (4 vies and her son, Mr. visited Shreveport or eynolds, accompanied motored to Haynes. and Robert Allen, of vistors to home folks A. Wagner and Miss t to Minden last Fri. the capacity of judges Parish Fair. uck accompanied the ball team to Calhoun where they played the I that place. t n,'of Abiline, Tex. I t guest of her cousins,...

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. — 27 October 1921

HOPE OF RESULTS BECOMESBELIEF STATE DEPARTMENT THINKS ARMS CONFERENCE WILL ACCOMPLISH ITS ENDS. BRITISH A LITTLE DOUBTFUL Placing of Armament Limitation Be. fore Far East Questions in Agenda Was Unfortunate-China Is One of the Most Serious Problems. By EDWARD B. CLARK. ,'l."Iigtlioll.--JI'fo w-eeks and even flioulls 1h1he ULsitedl St:lteIs igve 'nlnetut Ilhril'.;h its proper aitllholiti,,s lhot teeni v#rr(-roodiilig withi tilt' propier fellow alltho'ith.'s of ohther great , na tloºii S ' nilihi the 'iallihlg liiiiit - I tihin of lllrilelit t ('l 4 i i fl' aellli, f tiu the ,' s to lite sgl lit. It is cerliit i, mi aurally, that tlh'o ugh th.is cotl'e- 1 s.)foldelrif ti,'e AIleliea'h State de liartuzlenlt mlllst hav'e learl ed Soulle thing lesiis thie mere viii liugiil,,s o if;; the if reigners to eater the conference a ichamlber. iTherefore there is actual Ielief IlII the State delartmlent thai the lietn ( fere ce ff11 e uiiittJiom of' Ili'rii"Ilielits 1 ilil(1 Far East pro...

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. — 27 October 1921

EftER) iJ!ING FOR EVERYBODY Th YBak 'FrtC. PolsH dw eCo St t can be bouFirst National a st Trust ing g The irst Ntiona SPrices Guaranteed Arcadia, Louisiana Evebod wlom to the COMBINED CAPITAL AND SURPLUS......$I57,5o0.oo Armistice 1)ay Celebration • Pro,!,i:, 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. Bhs lilt; of lalcae i LY ON S B R O S. CO . L. M . Tooke, ......................................................President A. Anderson, J.E. Reynolds, ............ Vice-Presidents >Vo,'i Lotisiua W. M. Deas, ..... ..... Cashier Carl Goff, Will Truluck, . Asst. Cashiers Dallas Roberson ,,, , of lv i,, 1 l, a The- Old Reliable' \U11 1 TRANSFER SPhone 54 u ce .\gnes in Noth Louisiana. Arcadia SArcadia, La. ti . AKE OUR STORE IYOUR HEADQUARTERS. oCth1ore Fin Cndes1igih...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 October 1921

HOUSE REJECTS 3 PERCENT f SEVEBANCE TAX I By a vote of 46 to 64, the house r Tuesday following two sessions and r a stormy and lengthy debate. rejected 3 bill, providing 2, per cent tax to c third reading, thoreby stapding by the t famous agreement between Governor 7 Parker and the i il 'omlpanlis. The j action of the house, taken on a rdl' call, did not come until late Wednes day afternoon after nearly a dozeln 1 spetkers. hal been heard and sensa tional appeals made by North Louis lana nihbers fr" the a, ii tional one half per cent tax. Coning up as a special order foi Wednesday, the subject matter waI reached before 1 o'clock Wednesday 1 and the vote wais not taken until after 5 o'clock that evening. It was a vie. tory for the administration wiehl ha]O all its forces in the house at work t, defeat the Douglas admenidment. S prominent did this lobbying become i among the members, that J. P. (uillol openly charged that "high official had deserted their posts of duty t lobby this a...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 November 1921

The Bienville Democrat UMEX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1921 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO ~_.- ---, .----"---- --. -;.- - - --~ i~ . . ... .. .. .. . . . ... .. .. .- . . .... ";"'-, --;,' --' ," '--, -, ,,, . , We BOOKthe Accounts 0? {of Womeu awry woman should have a bank account of her own, to teach ci the ways of business and fnance. SoIme day she may be called ua to handle large sums of money and she will have the necessary apwledge and EXPERIENCE if she has handled her own bank ac -tmn To the ladies of this community we offer the safety and service of ar bank. CrEs i. We will welcome you. TeCOMMERCIAL BANK of Arcadia S "The Bank That Service Built" adialce & FuelC., Inc. Nlanlacturers, Whlesale and Retail DEALERS IN - e and Ice Cream 188 ARCADIA, LA º ----'~ltr~!~,l~~!~~!~~:~~·~;I4 )NIW HOMES UNDER NO 011E8 of CONSTRUCTION )ard to keep track.of the home that has been going on in viC for the past three years, and Tu' various parts of our little Scd week we...

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. — 3 November 1921

LIST OF GRAND JURORS DRAWN 'FOR THE NOVEMBER ,1921, TERM OF COURT. Fletcher t(ak!ey. 1: F'retd W. l'elit, cost, I; S. M. Suittou. 1: .1. M. JIte,. 2; U. G. W',odar'd. 2 W. L. I i"i, ri 2; J. A. Butler, :; (;. G .. I ,i . 1. H. Wise, 3;: C. A. T'11mw,. 1: W. I. Graham, 4: '. W. Frey.. : '. T. I gan, 5; W. P. (halan .,: . . 'T', w. Sr., 6: J. It. La,. :; J. I. ih ', ; G. J. Lucky, 7: : iw I .'º,l r F'icltwl , 7. W. J. Shellichl, I. LIST OF PETIT ,IJIORS I)R.\WN FOR TIIRiD MIONDAY IN I)EG EMBER, 1921, '1 ERItI oF ('01R'T. Ben TBail'f. 1: . A. ,,k. ' : 1 . It T a ., : .. : . I ulb, 'r ', 1: G. (. Alien, 1" \\1'fI 'Iy l T, .: W. T. liy 4;; I. . M il :, 7: .l aul I:;I, tI . .' :'ank lif i,,i r .I I. M. ,,1 ,yJ , I. M . G. ik.. f; . e 11. ;.u'. 1: W. L . C olýmain~ . I : I ,y .. l l:t,.k, 1: .. tº. Taylor, G: .1. I. la ;rp, ,r, 1: 1. I. Prothro, 3: . . '. aw. a:: J. 1'. Iloiw erton, 2: 11. V1. '':ylor, 1: W. G. Mulr phy, .; M. ''Tomllpkia, 1: 1'. F. ]or gan. 5: Dal las Thuornton, 2; and...

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. — 3 November 1921

The Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Copyright by Doubleday, Page s Co. CHAPTER XVII ,a -14-- .lea Bill Dale Laughs. hin Dale sat tliinkint of what he gro there in the lig iine coun- Thi thel stlne-mi(d-(clay chis- her the cabins of'the Littlefords on eye . side of the river the howling my atched strays of blue wood- she The MIrelandls had gone to eye ding around Cartersvllle in the tpl on each of which a fair-sized ke& ent had been made. the bor- cat pital was to remain borrowed ma er year. The Morelands were sot losing their outlandishness ' I1g into universal respect. slh Moreland's dream was at last th .llzed. cut Dale frow'ntd heavily. If only bet Id do as mu(ch for Babe's peo- any ht le couldn't. The men of the she s still worked the coal mine. the Ived almost twice the custom- An but even that wouldn't buy tle rms and educate their children. git his eyes lay two unanswered 'en irom his parents. lie found fix asure in answering their let- rei he was still somewhat bitter them-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. — 3 November 1921

T BIENVILLE DEPORHA1 pUBISHED ErF;EY T RSDAY Advertising Rates on Application antered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS .............Ass3tant Editor NOTICE'---As is customary with all newspapers the followingil c inrge will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where adlmissiLor is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 1010 words 7c per line ic per word. Minimum char ge .50c. six words to line; 100 words or more, Rates Cash. The Bibles Place In Literature. Unforturatily we ,ruamnot real all the magazinesa and just 'as unfortiunate ly many of us tdo not care to real some of our best Amerieuen literature. In the November unmber of the Ladies' Home Journal appears an article under the title "lluman Nature in the Bible," by Prof. William Lyon Phelps, of Yale University. This is the second...

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. — 3 November 1921

cConath 's ae Sur pass ed All Previ o & cords ave you visited-our sale? Have you heard ofthe ices we are makin'g on Read I-v.Wear? If not en you have missed the gre st opportunity er offered people of this section to buy high rt.;;: mecrchandise at a very price. Our sale is nearing the close and it is co , our interest to come see what we have to offer. n's Suits, Hats, Overcoats, Undrwear, Shirts SLadies Suits, Coats, Sweýaet , Dresses Hosiery, Waists, Skirts, Shoes and Children's Wear ieduced to a price that will make them sell, and you are cheating your when you stay away from our store because you think you can find as good values and as big bargains elsewhere, Co:mn in before the sale and see these values, and then you will be convinced. win Clapp Shoes, Kuppenheimer Clotdes, Bloch Clothes They all go in this sale iS. NcC AHY hn. Jr. t: : : : : : : Teleohone No. 34 visited in Rtston Olen, of Shreveport, In Arcadia. on, of El Doradol mother, Mrs. W, L. ce; eexelle t lo abl...

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. — 3 November 1921

Law and Order Is Shield of Business and Is Its Only Security Dly H. M. DAUGHERTY, U. S. Attorney General. Because of 100 years of practically uncontrolled . freedom of conduct, large corporations and aggrcg'a .tiors of prsons anid capital have resented the inter ferece of laws regulating them in the interest of the pl, as a whole. This has been as mnistakni attitiude. Law anrd order is the shicld of business and its only scetnity. The attitule of contenmpt for law, resulting in an effort to evade and violate it, is suicidal to busi nnss, for it removes its only sup)port. Business should see tat its security lies in obedin ece to law; that the whole (loctrine of privatet prop~erty dep(ends upon law; that law vilation is eonta:,uiou, and therefore that all other classes of society (an a,,pt toward property and the persons who own it the same metho Ils aid thie same attittode. l'ns('rupulols busi ness methoids in violation of law, an attitude that the pi,wer of esalth lifts its owii'r...

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. — 3 November 1921

Marsha ley Iler,EG other ne; pair of theft of 1 by the mi cealed o0l troubles - Barnette , a fine of ,,4- T anlac' people w? ito Prediction. Drug Sts tell we I w"-` ::','5g to lotmente " .,'d the , I did," rc llcd Senator t yet kept your prom- The b Ididn't inch]) it as a evening pe only all optimistic did audio cal prog; ~Mrs. Ca Too Far. boxC to see that you fell the box( .;professor Biggs' lee-lhok at : auti~tone jlied Mr. Dubwaite. feast of follow him?" sIudwicC him back to Babylon, made a lid, 'We will now jump ladies fi ' I culdhn't negoti- tie sum "-Birmingham Age- associat member ly Foresight. tic '*t say a vc ord to the app her case unless he'd of the t her picture." forts ai a succe . She says that In her case her photograph The *hustband almost imme- suits w will ad ruor Force, and git (In mechan ics)--What to tice. o equal parallel forces This game direction. of the at If they act in opp.- will b that m t's a divorce case.- compe pare Sight. The enjoy your visit iD doing...

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. — 3 November 1921

GAROUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabana Lady Was Sick For Three Years, Sufkerirg Pain, ervous and Depressed-Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Paint Rock, Ala.--Mrs. C. M. Stegall of near here, recently related the fol lowing interesting account of her r. covery: "I was In a weakened con, diltlon. I was sick three years in bed, suffering a great deal of pain, weak, nervous, depressed. I was so wek,. I couldn't walk across the floor; just had to lay and my little ones do the work. I was almost dead. I tried every thing I heard or, and a number ol doctors. Still I didn't get any relief. I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I believe if I hadn't heard of and taken Cardul I would have died. I bought six bottles, after a neighbor told me what It did for her. "I began to eat and sleep, began to gain my strength and am now well and strong. I haven't had any trou. ble since... I sure can testify to the good that Car4ul did me. I don't think there is a better tonic made mad I believe it saved my lif...

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. — 10 November 1921

The Bienville Democrat IMEX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1921 NUMBER THIRTY.THREE SiFat Rank Account insures a antented. and se it grow. Soon every day wll be Thanksgiving and SWs not alone willth e p ossession o o u.y which mes you happy i ing of ECRITY against want d advasy that makes "The Bank That Service Built"aunt n our ank; add REGULARLY your of Arcadia adialce & es Fuel Co., nc. anufactunrers, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN e and Ice Crea' 188 . ARCADIA, LA X1104 1o44x/texf:l Arcaia DISTINCTION AT I 'S CONVENTION ire department has been a great deal of comment 1 state, but not until the a did we learn that Ar me internationally re Ugh it's fire department, an is the cause of it P' of the International Sire Engineers was held Ci ,, recently and although iN tative at this con- ( epartment was placed in a by Chief O'Brien, of i the chief from Monroe facts relative to the or- b our fire department and ti also told of our chief, a dest re chief in...

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. — 10 November 1921

o ePree VIRGINIA Friendly BURLEY Gentlemen TURKISH Tkeperfect blendcf the three perfect cigarette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one- eleven cigarettes (THINGS ARE CHEAP IN HAITI Although a Solid Mahogany Dinner Table Coats Only $6 Island Has Disadvantages. Ia "Haiti" J. Dryden Kuser tells that en his visit to that supposedly unin VltIng island he purchased a solid ma hegmny dinner table for $6, "which is the customary price," says the De. troit News. Alligator pears sell in '?ort.au-Prince at the rate of five for 3 cents. The picture has its reverse side. The teacher even of higher or "col leg." grade receives only $6 a month 'and the average length of his life aft er taking up the teaching profession Is 12 years. He teaches eight hours every day. The course of study is by is means narrow. It includes the sub jtets usually taught in the United Ihates, with a few additional courses' thrown in for the special benefit of the baekward. The majority of Haiti ens excel in penmanship ...

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. — 10 November 1921

14?,4 p r; I.e rfiYfie Sipsbur iebe Coyrgh by Doubleday. Poga APTER XVIII-Contilnued. winking a -15-- planned o the thunder of the many rifles green hen almost a steady roar. The Bill! Sor filled with the pungent odor eve ye're g powder. Bill Dale emptied it?" gazine of his repeater, and "Rathel behind the big chestnut to fill his eyes. with cartridges from his belt, somehow now whined on both sides of Within y cut greenish white furrows and wher bark of both shies of the tree, Christma cked up little spurts of black half dre! .to his right and to his left; to life in cuat off twigs within an arm's place. I of him. A dozen Balls were expected Olng at him, seeking to avenge ford witl death of their kinsman, the son, aro! John Moreland's strong voice Littlef to him through the din and roar: handful n't show no part o' yoreself now, the kite' efa ye do, ye'll shore be hit!" light tal fired again, pumped a fresh Bill Dal dge into the chamber of his rifle his shee dipped another into th...

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. — 10 November 1921

TIE IIENVILLE DEMOCRAI S PUBLISHED EVEP.. TH.'. SPAY Advertising Rates on Application h.tered as Second Class Matter, A\ril 11, 1912 at the postafli.e at Arrali, Gfa, under the Act of Mireh :h, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS .............. Assi.tant Editor NOTICE-As is eu 'orn:ry; wilh all newspapers the fll,,'i ~ a ro,, will be made for Olitu:frilis. C'rrd of Thanks, Resolutionsi of It(p,.; t' ( '1 lrc'! Notices for entertailnls of amvy n;t ture where aimis~i,, ii cli,t , er. Rate: Less thIan 110 words 7' per liir lc per word. Miminnm ,har, six words to line: 11i') wiorl ,or more. Rates Cash. Armistice Day. On Friday, NowvenhIr 11t h.ri, Armri'a citi'ens will meet ill tie l ny citie-,, towns and cormmunliti' for two pr poses-to pay tribute to those ' ha, gas' their lives in the world war and(l to oele brate the cessation of hostilitie- anilm the home-coming of those who surviv ed the great con(flict. It is very fitting, that we thank (;ol...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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