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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 November 1921

McConathy WELCOMES YOU I On Armistice Day, Friday, Nov. 11th We will be open from 7:30 until 10:00 in the morning, and from 2:00 until 7:30 in the evening, affording those from out-of-town an opportunity of utilizing the day for the purpose of making any purchases that they may want to make while here, We Are Making Special Prices On All Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to-Wear and assure you that it will be time well spent to visit our store and look ,over the excellent values we have to offer in our line, which includes such standard brands as Edwin Clapp Shoes, Kuppenheimer and Bloch Clothes. Come to Our Store and Make Your Headquarters, Leave Your Packages, etc. J. S. McConathy REMEMBER! OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 10 A. H.'TIL 2 P. H. D. Brown, Jr. : : `: : : : : TeleDha o. 34 _Segar xIsited friends in Shreve , week. Jim Nicholson went to Shreve Monday on business. ~arl Auld has gone to Haynes _ engage in business. me.do your Pastry baking. All f OCakes and Pies. Phone MRS. WAGNER. ...

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. — 10 November 1921

JAPANESE PREMIER ASSASSIN'S VICTIM 'AKASHI HARA SLAIN BY DIG IMENTEO JAPANESE YOUTH ONLY 19 YEARS OLD. UCHIDA TAKES UP DUTIES Former Minister To U. S. TemperaI ily in Office-Japan's Attitude Toward Armament Confer once Unchanged. Toklo. -' Cablegrams expressing horror ever the assassination of Taka shi Hara, the premier, poured into Tokio from the capitals of virtually all nations. The attack on M. Hara was made by a demented youth 19 years old, and there is no definite knowledge as yet that It had Its gene sis in the poltical rancor which act uated bitter assaults upon M. Hara and his government in the recent past. Viscount Uchida, former Japanese Minister to the United States and for. sign minister in M. Hara's cabinet pince 1918, has assumed the post of acting premier, pending a possible re construction of the government. Washington. -- The assassination of Premier Hara will not change Ja pan's attitude toward the conference on limitation of armament and Far Eastern questions, Ba...

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. — 10 November 1921

CF Story Which Smacks W4 f the Rolling Waves and Salt Air gp Slan to Mate yJ. ALLEN DUK ' cally all the action-and is a world of it-takes sr at sea. The adventures fr appear personal to you. ni don't mind being shang. si with a young San Fran- fi newspaperman; if you'd a gold-hunting expedi- f .to the Arctic in a stout ' ship manned by a Bol crew of sailo and seal captained b he girl's p and finance by the e-t villain vyou ver met f you'll have av a nderful I with "A ML.A~ to His Seial for These Columns Vc You Must Not Miss! MARSHAL WHITE IS gSTIClHEN WHILE ON DUTY marshal W. b. White was to Shreveport today on train No. ive medical attention as a re acute appendicitis or locked He was stricken while on night, and having access to er's furniture store he went tIlng that the attack would over. However, it became ous and he was unable to help and some one passing bb groans and made an inves fading Mr. White in a help tion. are very anxious about his and trust that his illness, vey se...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 10 November 1921

SOUR STOMACH I WJCESTION ledLord's 1)ac R e'" l Reco~uiend d . aent~seo Crov 'r' c Ti..... - ldC & s' i rcr'iJ ...... OIL 1. 4~, ast .. . , .", T n.- Th , ey" -, ',, (' "1 .L r ' v,, ,..... f. ;r N . ,, .I: ",: . - j.." a. , a. "") ., . ';mg, \vti.O ,ho -2. h ' 'r, '', .... ,, he i. .... and all other tro:u.,A'. t:,it aro the rsczu t of t torpid liver. "I have Xin ,',i v it for ycr, tad can and do b" 1: rl It to every one. I v(.,4 I to beef 'h out it In th, ",u.. I't wva do all It claims to do. I reu' ray eiou2,h for It." Many oth,-r men and women thro:$h out the country have found Black. Draught just as Mr Parsons describes --valuable In regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Thedford's Black-Draught liver meci1 clue is the original and only genulie, £ccept no Imitations or substitutent. Always ask for Thedford'a. E BIENVILLE NEWS. Mr. Loyl Frey, of Saline, was a Snn day visitor here. Dr. 0. 0. Hlamner was a visitor to Iay...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

The Bienville Democrat ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1921 E.. - - - .. .... ... -........... }- X . . . , a~illll Ill I Il II I i l Ii l l gere te1 col be wellayor property ou might lose your LIFE look ....e money you had hidden way. H H ire were to burn your house tonight, would you lose your Isnot theplace tokeepmoney. Bank That Service Btherightuilt" Skeep it, so why not bring that money in now and deposit - money will be safe and you will be free from every worry We will welcome you. eCONNERCIAL BARK of Arcadia "The Bank That Service Built" ia Ice & Fuel Co., n" 7 Nanulacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN and Ice Cream 188 - " ARCADIA, LA CBS _ SHIGHER BSR TI FOR WARSHIPS Nov. 17.--The reported 0 N Japanese delegAtes to and conference to ask high- tent al strength compared to whe and the United States. oil cent fixed in the Amer- of 3 es added interest to tive risons of the three ban Thi e coast line in part de- am ied of naval forces. The ind...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

VIRGINIA Three BURLEY Notables TURKISH The three greatest I cigarette tobaccos, b kit MILDNESS MELLOW ES-"AROM.A one-eleven cigarettes 2Ofor.15Q X I FIFTH AVE GIBSLAND NEWS. Mr. IR. L. Rogt'rs, of l)allis, is a v. Itor this week. Mrs. McNeil, of Taylor, visited rela tives here Saturday. Mr. Clyde Corley, of HLaynesville, was a Sunday visiior. Leal Rankin, of Sibley, was with home folks Sunday. Mr. Elmer Minehen spent Sunday with his family here. Miss Lela Mae Madden has returned from a visit to Shreveport. Quite a crowd of Gibsland hunters spent last week at Tensas. Mrs. Chas. Hamner is visiting Mrs. Josh Willis at her country home. Mr. Hardy Courtney and family, of Campti, were visitors here last week. Mies Edith Martin, who teaches near Homer, was with home folks Sunday. Mr. Tom Byrd and family, of Ar cadia, spent Sunday here visiting rela Miss Myrtle Cathey is visiting in the home of her brother, Homer Cathey, at Delta Point. SMrs. Girod, of Dorig, has been a re cent guest of her...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

he Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Copyright by Doubleday, Page A Os. iX -Continued. Sup 6- went I percepltihlb. The serve( 'came way froilm the room. e ad Tynever expet- Bill whonl he klew as talked that wlhic'h he had and 1 never entered his broad Carlyle could be blue ¬ tlefori nd bitter desire for had c his brain again, him x lown, anl his keen bellev g the sights and shoul 's breast. Ills trig- thinki ly to crook- He t Elizabeth Little- hedtli e frozen, had been of tl in stone. Now she o'cloc and went between had 1 dent enemy. ers- wait ontel I tell the I what I've got to tell )ale ly, lapsing into the start( eicltement. While a blu e went on: lack - Wheatley 'at put night rt yore coal mine A man here! And the old I Coal corp'ration-- skies yin"you two prices shAni was this man here! was his ally through it ~P , John Morelahnd, a ml rry that he wants to to fit e see it, John More- a ta "I' breath again and in ta "Oh, he don't what and et he did- than , man to kill him. jer don't kn...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

FUBLISiRED EVERY THURSDI Y . . . --. `IE RIENVILLE DEMOCRATt Advcrtis!ng Rates on Application h S&tered as lecond Class Matter, April 11, ;912 at the postoffce at Arcadia, (., uad, the Act of March 3, 1879. . A. e , ManagManaging Editor and f e"iness Manager i CI. , tI.V1S .............Assl3tant Editor Ii , - . . is c't,',mary with all . rwi : ,!" " the following charges -'. for Ol,itlaries, Cards of E , .l:-, ::Alutions of R espect, Church ti teos .: r ntertai,,,ments of any na t. r, wh.r' ..lmirionr is chnrged, etc. i : than 100 words 7c per line. p. pr wo.d, Minimum charge 50c. y s!;. wor . ,o line; 100 words or more. I .is Gat .sCh C Tell Us About It. Ith big cws in New York when J. P. Morgau r..tufrns from over seas, and the papers cdvote whole columns to it. BV'. it isn't of as much interest to Ar- n cadia citizers as it is to read in their home paper that a former resident is t hack here on a visit, or that you are preparing to visit someone in another section of the c...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

word to the Careful Buyer feature of our business is to cater to those who are particular and among our latest arrivals will be found some very recent very seasonable articles of Ready-to-Wear. Those of greatest Ladies' Furs and Scarfs and S Beaded Pumps in Satin IB and Kid : have some exceptional Overcoat values, and can make you a proposition on a complete outfit. A visit to our store will spent. WINDOW dOn't fail ! ipto our _ you will ething IArcadia, La. : :r : : : : : : T.1h.oneN.541 veport timab of Ai nomil ,-t last chure elnrc den, of Fri on Friday who ted the M. ed to last week that pasto Shre eport, been mother, confe Tb on, was hi t week- Shre Mrs. eport, day attended was tion, weekend I with ing send laturday her aunt, , is the mei ?P. . M- I the veh ., Shreve- dee 'oldman', I ade of his fra t.. htha an] for con- Rei Down- ful Demo tll, o) a) tyi of. evf eu Ida tr, daugh )eule inj to g, Al )fs Ola tel fest for tr. Leo a to Slittle ci , re-, e y of' broken b t 1 tba m CO....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

IB ALL,. with its garneret. / /. harvests, reminds us o/ oth the feast that has cme a national ix that shumld form no sall part of the ua-e igarvests, reminds us of the Thanksgiving day Pilgrimsot the feast that has hecomme a natioial lix- /, // tlowre and the ter-nks that should form no small part of the oi servance of the holl (ily. And Thaiksgliv lag reminds us of the Pilgrims of the May tlower and the ter centenary obliservances that have lapped over Into 1921. *'J " To listen to the proud descendants , : ý Mý 43 of the Pilgrims and to see the rellcs 1-t, "L,," uis. ýgtV 4 , and furniture that "came over in the \  Y~ . . ,. w . ( Mayflower" is to smile. As a matter Q .gh t Z Is Q of fact records and relics of the PII- ' 1, k ,. . grims are much like angels' visits. f ... For Instance, Governor William Brad ford's "History of the Plimoth Planta tion" andl "Mourt's Relation," sup- ',, / posed to have been written by Brad- . 14 ý ford and Edward Winslow to friends ,n England, co...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

WN PERSONALS. Ia . ..- to rd Carlile, 'f Castor, was 10 Vlsitor to this place Friday. ed wel Bogaln iit the week ;bome folks It 'stor. af of Cotton Y'll`y, was a bus-' t tor here last w.rok. ci g )f. Ander.on wa a business g, all Summit 11",,Day*. l~ste Lee 13:, r'ee, of Castor, ,a Ril,; I'riday with , - KMinley tlo and J. C. tilebr usual !,'.i; ss trip to it Monday. T T., N. fa. al. mnory IIam Evans anl ,ihers were vlsi dia Fril,. b Nmorniz is still very sick d fever, t' the regret ofi ' lends. ti lrs Levi Nl,,le's and family l*eek-clld with friends and d Arcadlia. s ",rs. Ler',y t. Smith (nee Evains) ihave settled in bome here. e Kelly had as her Jack Lambert, of Haynes Cooke, who is attending here, spent the week-end Sat Taylor. C. C. Wright motored rt to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. McCoy is at home after several weeks in the oil aBy more enrollments 1 y organized Sunday day. We are looking ,great success. f Dubberly and Mr. Roy a, were the guests of 4 Odelle McDowell Sun Cham...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 November 1921

IlII I II IlllII Ill mi I I I II II I ill II Ilii Ii IIi " On DEC. 26th th Draw, $2.50 in Merchandise. 6th Draw, $2.S0 in Merchandise. during this Sale. For each dollar traded you will receive a ticket, or chance, you have six chances to dra valuable prizes. We are not. gambling with you, but giving several nice Xmas presents. 0 big line of Staple Merchandise gives everybody a chance without extra investment, because you can buy here anything y need with a money back guarantee, Hence, YOU CANNOT LOSE. LYO NS BROS. CO. Arcadia, : : : Louisia NIln l IIIIIIIIIII IIII I1 II II NINNI II I II IIII I niI I II I I Ill II l 1i nllnl iiii lll1111 NIll I I 1111I I I I! i II I I Ill I III Ill U I in DEHOCRAT 2 YEARS FOR $3.50 a Coupe $595 F . o D roit " sarter adDbmoanstatbl Ri HE Ford car is so simple in construction, so dependable in its action, o easy to operate and handle that almoet anybody and everybody can safely drive it The Ford Coupe, permanently enlo sed with sliding glass windows,...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

The Bienville Democrat ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOV. 24. 1921 NUMBER THIRTY-FVE C. Se h £ECAl BAIKrt te of your life pet yur monyREGULAILY C wter time of your lfe eeme ea wi Ive Oal the luries yoA doir". igen is and open a bunk areoin. we wll welesome ien. ERCIAL N of Arcadia Dank That Service Built" DEALERS IN Ice Cream * ARCADIA LA h & oah H FM JOI has been N a number of Mic Operation, unable t(' hea of the Are age .( smile just ml we believe t a· rresents tril morn Tuesday, bow many he said: c i am trying gavpe me a to thank I ud I want ee se it sure vic and I Just li apprelate by Are depart- wt About that that be to news and oout et ic et.uin of and we thbaab the bolys. ti the Ares per cent * and 8Q( ac to havet4 troL Pr :deaf itwh Sies took use of e, ad SJol oel JIIC, Is lMD emm aoua nce Eme ris Wsn fo AWACK OF NIAmP T0OUBIL 1 New Orleans, Nov. 2.-John T. Iichel, prominent in Louisiana p01 tics, died here awl today from a i heart attack. He was 08 ye...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

I $ V t b Three Inserable. One for mildness,VIRQIIA One for mellowness.BURLEY One for aroma.TURKISH 'the finest tobaccos perfectly agdan ibended; 2Ofor15' So lS, /2 \oooooo . ... 4 *11FIFTH "11 . FRANCE STORM CENTER OF U. S. ARMS PARLEY "Another War Will Soon Be On Us," Pretflcton of Ex-President Wilson. Washington, Nov. 23.--Recriminao Lions between France and Italy in the land army committee in the morning and a flat demand by China for fiscal freedom before the Far Eastern com mittee in the afternoon invested to day's conference proceedings with a lively interest. Immediately the land armaments committee. began work this morning Senator Sohanzer took the floor and urged that the conference take some stand to show the world its wish to have big standing armies drastically reduced. Briand replying, declared the main points of his Monday's speech: That France would insist on an army large enough to deal with Europe and dic tate events on the continent of Europe He complained of the ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT 1OMU CO. ALIVE ji Simms to a ick dropped. e into his did not for the glance, but the table, the fin resting ed the s kulking was bear , blakst ll But Back, don't slip on the A he roared blizzard *' up! If ppor yoore car lad from 4 I'd pull best sa a ever gy, the Srhter. cabi of uall from mysteri Paciic of which Land, re 'dead, and the is to drug., make ofdls a nOss. i . i uk e Peg who Is settled ago to along the an'd Ral ithe breeze Rith It a; hfit of or es. The upon the blander. way along who halted Son the "could you of finding SRalney impered to teic that (I* gale *ras cat He wore ~ e, over ed him Sa, Ralney the 1ui ot ,fo to fiom the Let me way my " maid the that sort, 70s came touh of hli con as enor rbe aver. a strip. Stranded all the feet, .asteed R Panther, elthews rded the up al 4wteame man's mind concerning him. And he felt the firm fingers contract ever so slightly, sinking into the muscles of his forearm for a second with a h...

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. — 24 November 1921

THE BIENVILLE DENOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 3 Advertising Rates on Application entered as Second Class Matter, April its 1i, 1012 at the postoffice at Arcadia. La,, under the Act of March 3, 1879. the S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and era Business Manager C. C. TRIVIS..............Assistant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all We newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaties, Cards of Thancks, Resolutions of Respect, Church of Notices for entertainments of any na- Ha rtre where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line. i .e per word. Minimum charge 50c. lea Six words to line; 100 words or more, at Rates Cash. dis Thanksgiving. Many of us probably look upon o Thanksgiving as just a day when our an wives, mothers or sweethearts will to prepare a feast and permit us to eat enough to develop a serious case of in- I1 digestion. However, this is not the an purpose of the flay. It justly has a we very significant meaning. Its orginal ity dates bac...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

Man Doesn't mire Distinction? nction in Suits and Overcoats that many men to our store. Better velues, Sand last but not least, better prices of our present showing of Men's Suits T REDUCTION SUITS AND OVERCOATS actical time to buy your holiday out ore buying elsewhere. Conathy's 'PA bttA R P- rI n..V Sthe guest and Eoouton. Arc Is In A of 'MI Ois SSunday Ha Bob Dur- Ste Shi k"ed but too tellan. bri caC ted her Mr oo, t By No children in with fut ehas hba *Vr. H . . Bi tal all ireveport, ha mother, to Mi ali all sises, Ti ;come , pr spent th friends. ia reel- th to andM ýKarie, 4atsof of her A &aMr. cc daircty tr been dwin E ti picot- E or a 114?) t too. ofl~ r I bs~uo tmot titon. Mrs. k r;. bsea. will isnt. and look them over. J. L. McClellan, Mi Arcadia. wai An out of town marriage that will be izal of interest to a large circle of friends Hil is that of Miss Martha Head and Mr. Pip Harry C. Marks in the home of Mrs. Sterling Palmer, 654 Jordan St., Shreveport, La., which happ...

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. — 24 November 1921

HOW "BIG 3" WILL RANK IF HUGHES' PLAN IS ADOPTED , Washington, Nov. 14.-How the navies of the United States, Great Britain ni and Japan would be constituted, so far as capital ships are concerned, is shown in the following comparative table: UNITED STATES. Displace Laid down. Name. Class. Main battery. ment. 1916.'17............Maryland Dreadnaught 8-16 in. 32,600 1916-'17.......... California Dreadnaught 12.14 in. 32,800 1916.'17............Tennessee Dreadnaught 12.14 In. 32,000 1915'16............ Idaho Dreadnaught 12.14in, 32,000 1915'16............ Mississippi Dreadnaught 12.14 in. 32,000 1915.'17...........New Mexico Dreadnaught 12.14 in. 32,000 1913.'14............ Arizona Dreadnaught 12-14 in 31,400 1912-'13..........Pennsylvania Dreadnaught 12-14 In 31,400 , 1911.'12.............Oklahoma Dreadnaught 10-14 In. 27,500 1911.'12 ............ Nevada Deadnaught 10.14 in. 27,500 r 1910.'11 ...........Texas Dreadnaught 10.14 in. 27,000 1910-'11............New York Dreadnaught 1014 i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

N LOCALS. * ,ier .ttenled Sunday a aI. rIch rviCes Sunday. iyirtes V,',)re conducted by m of taw on. p j was vi itid by Supt. E. 7 Thursday. ml ~ 3yans and ,,on, Willard, were tl visitors to Minden Monday. Jewel Bogan, accompanied by agephine Kelly and Mamne Wil- t spent Fridaay ni:cht with home Castor. e Iana Carst'; from near Hef . week-cud visitor to Miss 'ga Nobles went to Shreveport shopping. 011 Boyett and little, daugh spent the week-end with re Ringgold. 0 Nix and family from Gale, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. y and Sunday. b J. Sheffield and Mr. W. B. s t Sunday for Arcadia, where t attend court. `iodd returned home from Thursday, where he has on the federal grand jury t days. d Evans went to Shreve y to visit his brother, who I the North Louisiana Sanitar- i Sosephine Kelly and Mamle i were Shreveport visitors Sat- I ts are practicing daily I their pieces and the te chers forth every effQrt to help high school will be re as follows: Bernice Nix at l tridge Smith at Hope; l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 24 November 1921

SAVE MONEY- U Car For nter STleE UIVEiRlSAL CA , Balance 6 to 12 Months RIDE AS YOU PA When it is convenient drop in, write, or phone, and we will be glad to quote you our terms. RINOGOLD mS. Mesdames J. M. Hill'and J. P. Dur ham attended the Baptist Convention last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eben Tomme had as week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ordner, of Shreveport. .Mt. and Mrs. Ewell Burkhalter, of urkburnett, Ter., are guests of their uatits, Mr. and Mrs K. 0. Gardner. SMwts. Eben Tomane, Kats Allums, L O(. Cook, E. 0. Cook, and Dr. Claude 4 o. attended the Shrine ceremonies i Shreuxport Friday. Mrs. C. T. Cook returned home Ulinday night after undergoing an O ties at the North Louisiana sault tIli faIn Shreveport, L4. k iM;ts. W. B. Allums and Miss Mary M~a returned from Minden Thurs. , where they had been with their INSURANCE FOR BUYERS a; waeas will al. t tbt ar bsdlsae hr stalm y - sib mulb at@ la dT m raEIID u iub th ma l I• . ie be eHlY sMo date fr. afti OtSu ais u we .UM ra...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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