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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

--UME: ..I1.'iCAie, BIENVILLE___ PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC. I 91NUMIBER THIRTY-SIX tr ME X ~~~~~ARCADIA BIENVILLE PA\RISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC, 1. 1921 S'BK TIT-I "_ _'."_ : -I..-.: ::. -- ... . ., I - -- - , . . . . . . .. . . . . . .... . ... ... .. . . .. Inn IlmmqUII I mn-n- n • "- Its a 4 Cold World ANK but a S2 Friend and ., u an take life easy and be that he is his own best friend. He * ll have other friends but they are busy looking out for them. ylves, and he mue*d; the same. The way to be your own best friend is to open a BANK AC= COUNT and regularly deposit a part of what you earn. Then Every man should realize assured of a comfortable old age. Come il todly. We will weleome you. e COMERCIAL BDANK of Arcadia "The Bank That Service Built" dialce & FaelCo., Inc.  anulncturen,.Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN . e and Ice Cream 18 - - ARCADIA, LA SAFIBTY WEEK, DECIMBER 4th TO 10tb. 4th to 10th has been pro tl~nal Safety" week . In rammer schools of the coun ...

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 December 1921

PABSSA.LOUTRE HUNTING GROUNDS New Orleans.-The Pass-a-Loutrl Poblic Hunting Grounds, opened Nov. 1, have already demonstrated the wis. dom of the Louisiana Department o1 Conservation in dedicating this im mense tract of marsh tand to the ree Nration and pleasure of citizens of the State who are enamored of out-door life and the sport of the gun. Hunters returning after the first week were enthusiastic in rcspect of the accom. modatlons furnished in the lodge pro. vided for those hunters who do not wish to look out for themselves. The lodge is mosquito and storm proof and has acoommodations for twenty guests, the charge being a nominal one, to cover cost only. Reservation for quarters in this lodge must be made in advance, to prevent overcrowding, and to assure the comfort of those I who have quarters there. The grounds are open to any one having a hunting license and stopping at the lodge is entirely optional, though all hunters whe use the tract of 60,000 acres must register there ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT DBS MERRILLn CO. THE GIRL. pgiS.-Loitering on the San . water front, John Ral yWpaper reporter, is accost s giant blind man, who asks to lead him aboard the schooner K". rluk. The blind tl alney hbe is an old ship f Captain Simms. In the oy find Captain Simms and ,amed Carisen. Simms rec the blind man, calling him _ Lund accuses Simnms of lug him, blind, on an Ice j denounces him. Simme tIe charge, but Lund re be pacified. He declares tlon of accompanying the on its expedition north, is going in quest of a gold cph Lund has discovered. Slmms' daughter, is aboard, eds her father. HApTER I-Continued. -2 good frozen, like a pinfer on his faculties united in at ard the girl. The doctor ld spoke to her In a low *ke, and his voice was sud 't know there was a lady _ s," he said. "Yore father's I let us settle this. We'll $& agreement." Sll his swift change to there was a sinister under Ms voice that the girl seemed S She hesitated until her ...

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 December 1921

THE BIERVILLE DEMOCRAI IUBLISHED EVERY TfCERSIPA Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ................................................ , 6 m onths .............................................. 1.2 (Outside of Bienville Pari-h. 1 year .......................... . . . .. . . 6 m onths .............................................. 1 entered as Second Class Matter, Apri 1I, 1912 at the postofflce at Arnalia: La., under the Act of March , 1i71! S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. T:IAVIS..............Assistant Editor NOTICF-As is customary with al newspapers the following charge will be made for Obituaries, Cards o' Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Churcil Notices for entertainments of any no ture where admission is charged, etc Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line le per word. Minimum charge 50( six words to line; 100 words or more. Rates Cash. Of coarse nobody is exactly satislied with the world, but suppose we had to buy a new one at the pri...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

Men's Suits! Now is the opportune time to buy a winter Suit. We have some REAL values that we are offering at a big saving. They must be seen to be ap preciated. Big Line of Overcoats lMcConathy ' fe s. : : : : : T.IbnsNE,34 Ferguson was at home 26th, by e little friei ture show i:gby spent Sunday in served- to .ir family. by and the aond, visited her father Joyed. ,.i Monroe recently. The fol Cecil Atkins, of Homer received Sfor the week-end, announceu Jewel to Stovall, of Dodson, spent Sunday, In cadia,last week. Louisiana tions are SIron, used but pe who 510. J. L. McClellan. in this v a prominent merchant The t, was in Arcadia this smoker I flcers W Audie Bryan spent the ing office ipolidays in Bryceland lor, co comman4 Dr. W. thyche, of Shreveport, nest H M Mrs. Lorris Wimberly, Brown, A. nt ;Vernon and children, of over to the guests of Mrs. Howell Emma 1end. Mr. an :Jones was the guest of Floyd . Horace Jones, during holidays.Jewel Shields, who is a Brown, Hall in Shreveport...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

PROCEEDINGS OF LA. LEGISLATURE Program Laid D wn By New Constitution Is Carried Out. lsaten Itoue, La.-The extraordi nary ses;on of the Louisiana lezisla tore adjourned sine die at 1 o'clock Saturday morninz, November 19, con suming the seventy-five days fixed in the call issued by the constitution. The closing scenes were along the usual lines. WVhen the lawmakers fin ished their serious business, the two houses face(i a long period. The two bodies had to wait on the enrollment room in the enrolling of bills and on the governor signing of measures. To T put in the time members of the house indulged in fun making, Speaker Wal ker surrendered the chair to Represen- p tatives Parent, Pilcher, Prophit and others and the members romped and pulled off burlesque stunts on each other. After closing their caleiviars of Fri day's business both houses adjourned until 12..5 a. in. Saturday for the th purpose of making legislative day. This was done to comply with consti- 25 tutional requiremie...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

Acec . and Mrs. IT. P. of the lac of happiness and comph : tiey gave to the fac- n . hih school a "T'hanks- Give. .Thursday at high partm a appointed ti,; Mrs. who i. (e guests into the din- he is was tastefully decor- as an; while on in.( table !hite chrys'"theluums. h of the twlrov cov cards, wbich were tcrted on 't~e side o504 on the i1, ilh was Shrev ,five-course menu. Mr. f all the go(ad things a wei ving rewinds us and skillful manner, Mis i ted by M s Daisy the gi by, served this de Those present were: w. Mrs. N. IIowellh Mrs. Corn Leary, p. r, Jessie Brown, week =A Sys Boed, Mamle { Helen Key and Inez Qu - hospitality and ex-tdE t shown by Mr. Mr was highly enjoyed visit F.ppreciated by every Le ;nng, beginning at Pine 1s short program given lana joer 1f Thanksgiving Mr. ed the sermon by entire program was se the school and the ijoyed. Was filled last Thurs- Aes 't a most attentive the e to hear the great To add to the M occasion the school Arc. back, were used to Mrs whic...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 December 1921

-I SAVE MONEY- u A New Caro tUK 1UNIVERSALa CARi Balance 6 to 12 Months RIDE AS YOU PAY When it is convenient drop in, write, or phone, and we will be glad to quote you our terms. Arcadia tor ., C. " ' ......  I IIl llIII111 II I II III II IIll I II III III III I lI I III I IIII I| 171 I I I II IIIII II II IIII Iiii 1111 I I 4 T, NW40N KILIZD IN .AUTOMOBILE WRECK Homer, La., Nov. 28.-A. T. Nelson, th. young son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson, of this town, was killed last . Bnday night in a wreck on the mnodel highway about one mile south of It seems that young Nelson, who ,.as about 15 years old, and two older 4 b0, Drew Harris and Irvin Baker, were In a Ford card 'wned and driven by,- the later. There was a Cleveland . am in front of them and a cow in the ur Agncy Is tiy Old --Under Present Management Eighteen Years You know you need Insurance. We know how to write your policies correctly. We appreciate your business and assure you too per cent protection and service. DANIEL BRYAN...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 December 1921

SX ARCADIA, BIEVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC. 8. 1921 NUMBER THIRTY.SEVEN I, , X______ _ _ .. 1E LD ON TO YOUR shot line neg the the Job wei tri Ct yeot He hui unl Jol Up "_if wt t to your oney. You neda vselike grip on it to keep pping away from you. tb way to keep your money SAFE is to put it in our Bank, ca cannot lend or spend it and it is always ready when you th In and open an account TODAY. bi We will weleome you. ": ei COMMERCIAL BAR k of Arcadi b "The Bank That Service Built" di e&Fuel Co., Inc. "uacturers, W lae ad Retail SDEAý S IN and Ice Crdem S. * ARCAIA, LA AUTO lCsENS, ANR( Use. all ecars for personal power to 48 horse Arty is 08c per horse power. was for ears for personal 'e is F$15.00. telks is graduated aoC and horse power. trucks of 760 to 4,. .00 per thou and plea to 5000, $1250 per Ste p.; 5001 to 6000, $i. per bI p.; 8Ol1to fn pleus 88 pert h. ;  0per M. phO 8s0 000oo 150.00 per ter. ; Minimum, a$.00. . d pounds fOr th a Scities of over 10- Br ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 December 1921

LOOK! PEOPLE, LO0OK! . Men, Women and Children, Take N'ot ce! U PRICES. $1.19 We must sell these goods. 19C Big Sale Starts. Nonday, Dec. 1-th, Foay SUPREME SELLING SENSATION S FriE FRee DURING THIS SALE! TO THE F IR S FTAES Entire stock of good, staple merchandise in this store and ENG REW right at the time you can save hundreds of dollars by at- GIVE 'E EUIU tending this sale. Amid the best season, all goods go on sl te se g s sale and your money back for any article if not exactly as rePreenht. Fll your home with whaF tyouneed. r DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, COATS~ DRESSES, MEN'S AND BOS CLOTHINGAL F 4t SALEN OFISMODERN;To TH ,S IMTW DES $2OOti wrethc of good stal ecandi the vernbst thtsonysanburileb pacddna ENaTrEtal.INGiiv~ the gTREat WL brigtain tevtieyucnt since thudeds dolayouwre b or.EeyatilemrkdnGlinfiurs MaRvElou savn opporTIULi acnd gtheimstac Aithrbctsnexhiiton, alodof modernREtDIligOvRS k Now inth SHtw orkounry Mkyour preparatiorns satteand. Nou potone meako nt, rar in i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 December 1921

-N JfAllen ltlusfrutions bl hunters' 4 apart, an ugCIATICA!" in the gal "'Cordl pgIS.-Loitering on the San said to 11 water front, John Rai- said to I1 spaper reporter, is accost- into a ht giant blind man, who asks sailormar to lead him aboard the b Tv -hooner Karluk. The blind oy. Rainey he is an old ship- the cook, Captain Simms. In the mate, wl y find Captain Simms and 'ship's sh paned Carlsen. Simms rec the blind man, calling him between Lund accuses Simms of "What lg im, blind, on an ice Rainey. 1 denounces him. Simms "Repre the charge, but Lund re be pacified. He declares Matter c tion of accompanying the said Lur on its expedition north, luk. It's it Is going in quest of a gold ;vbich Lund has discovered. ance. ' simms' daughter, is aboard, "Then fods her father. Carlsen, forty-fiv a physician, drugs Rainey. ty-five?" tfrom his stupor, Rainey "YOu f at sea. Carlsen in him he has been kidnaped. "Simms Rainey a share of the so easy SRlsainey is forced to de- in with Mel.f sati...

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. — 8 December 1921

- . -- . ,] , A SY"w,.Yrwvd v, ,*A*A* 9A I,4 :Ge nts' Re ady.to-Wear back to Arcadia, and now my Arcadia store is overstocked and I °A nucm n must dispose of some of my merchandise. It is unusual for me to give two sales in one ___________ season, but the closing of my Haynesville store and the combining of the two stocks has To MY FORMER CUSTOMERS and madue it absolutely necessary, and now just on the eve of the Christmas holidays I am FIEws t NnoncSha:hv A~reducing prices beyond conception. My. stock at'+ Haynesville consisted of up.to.date turned to Arcadia, and will be found at merchandise a n4 this with my entire stock here will be placed on sale at the eryof the buying public. I mean people that I am thersae o wld gldt stadeit J l S. Mconah Sgoing to mark the price down to where it will be to your interest to buy anything that you need for immediate or future use. My friends and customers. Sstock consists sf up-to~date Shoes, Hats, Suits, Shirts, Underwear, etc., for Men and S...

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. — 8 December 1921

ENOc that you EVE?. THURSDAY the per toyour 1bg Rates on Application share o Subscription Rates. be the S..................... $2.00 spirit 0 ' .......1.25 . '". ..... ........................ 1.2. -h .Otide of BienVille Parish.) .. ..................... ,,..2.2.5,, . ........... . .. 1.50 ......... ............ .................. _ _ - " opurple as Seeond (,lass Matter, April among at the postoffice at Arcadia, wife h, the Act of March 3, 1879.horn ~~i hepgi, Manlaging Editor and people  Dokslness Manager r sinS. ........Assistant Editor "Be] grdAs is customary with all into 1 rs the following charges peach de for Obituaries, Cards of Resolutions of Respect, Church r entertainments of any na her ne hwere admhissionl is charged, etc. h Less than 100 words 7e per line gw word. Minimum charge 50c. The d da to line; 100 words er morefour i * You Paid Your Doctor? "Tb on haven't paid your doctor byT t, 1921, nor made satisfactory story ents aulout your account with neth on will le up ...

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. — 8 December 1921

TY NMT1(T BSMMD The following are the minutes of the special call meeting held by the Bien villa Parish Medical Society at Gibs lhnd on Tuesday of this week. The members of the medical society were shown every courtesy by the local physicians and by the citizens of Gibs land. The session adjourned at 12 o'clock and all the out of town doctors were guests of Dr. 0. L. Kild at a special lunch which was served at the Brown Hotel. Minutes of Bienville Parish Medical Society. Gilisland, La., Dec. 6th, 1921, The Bienville Parish Medical So ('iety met in special session on this date. The president and vice president being absent, Dr. J. M. Mosely was lP-. potited to act as president pro tern. Thd minutes of the previous meeting were read and stood adopted s .read. On motion, duly seconded, Dr. H. A Gantt was elected a member.. The resolutions drafted by resolu. tion committee appointed at last meeting were read and discussed and after some amendments stood adopted as follows: Resolution. B...

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. — 8 December 1921

, , . Brow Jr. Telehoe No 34 * j,.D.E.BrOW IJ . r : : : Tele)hone No, 34 rsi Edgar vi;ited Shreveport last hs.t oenday for ita hp, Upl Ii l xpiditiol. I r. and IMrs. Lewis Langford, of oston, wer'V ill .\lro.ildia ol Tuesday. F ,e physic'idns of Arcadia attended 3Iediell nmcvti;,g in Gibsland Tues- is t Tllac is well advertised, but ad- s ing alone cculdl not have prcluc. h TanlaC's p~,ullarity. It had to r merit. Ciiy Drug Store. Arcadia. t r, Doyle Frey and little daughter. 0 al'ine, were guests last week-end Mr. and Mrts. W. C. Thomas, l* , F. T. Taylor antI daughter, Gladys Tal lor, spent last week jn Shreveport. ti :rs., Nelson andl little granddaugh Louise, of homer, came to visit c J. C. Andlrews last Friday. Sera C. M. Lyons and daughters, g tldred and Louise, of Homer, were Arcadia on Monday shopping. f :adn't fall to get your quota of good " Flour from Lyons Bros. during -$1.00 per bbl. saved. j s, J. B. herring left on Thursday o Svisilt her sister, Mrs. J. E. Lummus s .d...

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

POWERSREADY TO COMPROMISE ON SIZE OF NATIES JAPANESE MAY BE GIVEN 65 PER CENT BY BIG NATIONS' PROPOSALS. HUGHES, BALFOUR, AND KATO IN CONFERENCE U. S. Expected to Agree Not to Further Fortify Pacific Bases and Permit the Retention of New Jap Warship Mutsu. Wýt1Nlsington.--.Jap{iin and the United States aUJpeairid to be apjpr(,aching an aglreement on the question of naval ratio. After a conference between Secre tary Hughes, Admiral Baron Kato and Arthur J. Balfour, the .Japanese (dele gates began commaunicating with Tokio presumably submitting to their houte government some new phases of the negotiations. This official communication was is stued after the mieeting of the "Big Three": "Arthur J. Balfour, Admiral Baron Kato and Secretary IIuglhe, met att the State Delpartment and lad an ex tended Interview with resptect to the I naval prop)osals. No colmeitt on the Interview can be made at thils time."' To that Baron Kato add(d, in re- I plying to questioners, "I cannot divulge anythin...

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. — 8 December 1921

'od Oliver Corley, M me, H. C. Cook end club met with Mrs. Wednesday and render- LI g musical program. the I life of Verdi and his end. In and piano seclec- M At the close of the met of fruit salad rad served by the hostess, ' . Smith. M afternoon Mrs. the entertained at a Tay dWer given in honor M he, one of our popu- dayl teachers and a bride Oct, ~je guests were met at atz Alilums and giv- M tr which they were Car :tble where they were vill j "A Book of Happi- here de with ideas for and a "Book of fro, from Friends of the rap st was then given a and blue to piece it name. When Mrs. A was met at the gate poll Jr., and little Hes- chu bide and groom, who Snu to the dining room, et decorated in pink the nded from the cell- he e Mary McDowell, He pink kewpie, over- str the many gifts upon Mrs. Leshe spoke a r lation after which led chicken salad, olives Dr served, followed by an 'cake. Tb wi badly, put your A taking Tanlac. City to SALE. B Co. Vs. J. H. Gron- s Tag Store, Fourth s th...

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

• "q 1 " IUBIII ... . i S a n t a 4la u s II S--Says-i t_ I_ _ II_ I_ I_ II I II $66U COUPE--Price F. 0. B. Detroit, $595.00. 91BOll cEDAN--Price F. 0. B. Detroit, $ e Surely there isno greater time of theyear than that of the merry Yuletide. Hope born anew, shows it .self In every smiling countenancethat greets you. On the highways and byways everywhere good !| cheer prevails. "Merry Christmas" rings from countless voices. 'Tis the spirit of Christmas. son than by presenting to them a new ior many yearsHF UNIVERSAL CAl their E L.' then yearyun m Ford Christmas will meannot only the happiest Christmas of of more convenience to each member of the family throughout rlives, but etends the happiness of the Christmas season There is a Ford for every need. Five passenger, Roadster, Se /-!throughout the year. What gift could be more practical.. What dan, Coupe. And for sturdiness and reliability, each stands can you suggest that' would be more appreciated. What could be With out a rival...

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. — 15 December 1921

..~ ""-' -:,---. ::- .,. -- .  iienville Democrat ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, DEC. 15. 1921 NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT la, A lile in the ":f :.. t, t:, . . BANK : , C,."... pay d.y. ;.:: to b u ild H tce o.....tune. e wytobuill wforte UA t bank and start an account TODAY. I ONMEERCIAL BANK S of Arcadia e Bank That Service Built" alce Fuel Co., Inc. ture, Wholesale .ad Retail DEALERS IN d Ice Cream . . ARCADIALA. , -~rt~~ cr IonCHEUSTA NI E(SMBER 21 lovers of Ar wi ommunity in tit Paka Hawai- t give a concert to Sauditoriun . Ip yPec. 21st ty ans is na- at is hallqd d ity so for-at ent with Paka orches is evidenceu last tour i I appear here American Le awain maus ty of- a life tbese famous e a.. TiON. to-wit each o t NEW om HO OF J. P. WAGNER I BRADY FOR OCCUPANCY I 'The new lome ofProf. . P. Wagner, .wi tos located on a lot near the bap fist churel hea bein comnqted -with the exception of a few flnskingl touches, and is .ow ready- for occu pancy. This hone is of...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 December 1921

* ARCARIA HIGH SCHOOL * ****************** On Friday evening, Dec. 16th, there will be a Christmas Operatta given by the school. Every grade will be re preseuted in the program. This en tertainment will be Ch'lristmas songs arid stories, sung andl told by snow hirds, s.,lits and people. This will be one of the best programs fur the year. In that it will he highly entertainhing and quite be(autiful I erause of the Wl. tractive costumes anal the (hristmas decorationl. A small idoor fee of '25v and lv' will Ibe charged, which will go into the general school exlnIse fund. The pro'vraun will hegin prnoplt ly at 7:30O o'clock. The "Toots I'arkers" famous lan walian Band will be at the high school auditoriium on Wednes!day even ing, Dee. 21. This hand is one of the most famous troupes on the lycremn platform. having given progranms in many of the Inlrgcst cities. They canle to us highly reco(,mllended. This number comes nnlder the an pices of the American Legion. The public can not afford ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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