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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 December 1921

Brown.s.Ilrv Jr. : T roa :.3 __,-A1- ··I-·11 ýDi ,Curt "; t1 i~inl. of Shreveport. Ibal)3y. the h,':ý;s . i th homefolks. Stewa' j Cailln N wh. of Baton iRoiule. ' il % the 1u1! t "i Jessie Birown. lea is. iStella r .soiln, of Shreveport, Mr. the gue'stl i iss Lenoir ('apers. T'ues Mr. J. S. n r spen)Clt the hlolildays ill COt tb his peiri I a i n Dallas, Texas. (harn Mr. antd ` r . A. C'ook speut tlhe N.i 1af wiilt .1r. ('ook's parel(ts at high 11 abo ggold. clhick J)r. J. li. rp. of Iivynesville, ist fee I 9diug tihe IldyiS with his fanui- concil here. erly' you wat1' p!ltity of pep, strengthl' grapel gergy Taw 'L'aiilae. City Drug r ID.'Mr. Arcad i:. . 1 .y1 ilns had as her guest tcrtai week, her sister. Mrs. Major dinueI of Ilon r. .to th and ris. Glen Anders spent lan1d as (ay ith Mrs. Anders' par- WRS at Albertt. llrst ald Iligldtower, of IIHomer, was ijg, guest of his father and Ibrothcrs p1n)p the liltys. ('( 4 J. P. I Wv zo r ai( little daugh- cthee Christine. re spending 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. — 29 December 1921

TIJIENVILLE DENOCRAr PUBLISHED EVE! Y T DtSDAY Advertlsin Rtes en o pplicatIo Subscription Ittes. 1 year ................... .... . ................ 8 months ............................................ (Outside of Bienvilie Parish.) 6 months.... ......... ...1.5º0 '.'itered as Sec( n4( Class Matter, April IL 1912 at the postofflce at Arcadia, [,., wider the Ac}t of March 3, 1879. f, A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS... .......4ssi3tant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will hý wl ade for Obituaries, Cards of '.fhank.4, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na* ture where admission Is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line Ic per word. Minimum charge 50c. six words to line: 100) words or more, DEBS RELEASED FROM PRISON Eugene V. Debs, several times Socialist candlilate for president of the United States was released from the, Federal prison at Atlanta, on iDew. ember 25th, the bal...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 December 1921

TO ft 'kOr J. A1len Ilitations bions ICoyin MyerslC Fiou~ihtBahhs alrrill Co. TAf, ADA. j p-is.Lolterl g on the Ban s water front, John Ral- d newspaper reporter, Is accost a giant blind man, who asks to lead him aboard the schooner Karluk. In the they find Captain Simms and ( Snamed Carisen. Simms rec the blind man, calling him Lund. Lund accuses Simms of ,oning him, blind, on an ice e ad denounces him. Simms the charge, but Lund re- t to be pacified. He declares Sntention of accompanying the .k on Its expedition north, Sit Is going in quest of a gold which Lund has discovered. y, Slmms',tlaughter, Is aboard, defends her father. Carlsen, wto is a physician as well as first t drugs Rainey. Awaking from 1 Sstupor, Rainey finds himself at p Carisen informs him he has bDe kidnaped. He offers Rainey a sbat of the gold, and Rainey is reed to declare himself satisfied. n gives him a brief accournt of former expedition of the Karluk, him he distrusts Carlsen, and its a "partnership." Raine...

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. — 29 December 1921

For Womien "I w~as hardly able to dra", 1 4 w~as so weakened," writes Adrs W. F. Ray, of ru Icy, S. C.' I ' l octortreated me f ýr t, :º' two months, still I didn't gets any better. 1 had e1a gc fm- tfý ily and felt I srareiy lius do somet'. ing to ,-A12 inc to tik c." core of my lithei ones. Ih hieard of CARtDW The Worni's Tonic "1 decided to try it," con tinues Mrs. Ray . . . "I took eight bottlesa in all .. . I re gained my strength and have had no more trouble with wo manly weakness. I have tenI' children and am able to do all my housework and a lot out. doors ... I can wue recom mend Cardui." Take Cardui today. It may be just what you need. At all druggists. NEWSY ITEMS OF LOCA1L INTEREST FROM GIIISiAM)t M.r. Marion~ Walker wvas called to Texas last week by tihe serious iill nes. of his father. 11ev. IT. t'. Walker. Brother Walker was a citi zen of o,7r town for ninny years and has bosth of friends who are grieved to hear of his illne.ss anti anxiously hope for an improvement i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 January 1922

The Bienvilie Democrat -a ,. M FR TY-+ . , -ONE, _ ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 194o NUMBER FORTY-ONE , ,.IoT A I Cu daa tol abi do WI verybody can have money if they will open a Bank and regularly deposit a part of the money they ttherworkorbusness. st e in and start a Bank account today and accu money-it means PROGRESS and POWER for COMMECIAL BANRK can hEAT WITl ICEn a Bank or at to us and cure it in Cold Storagey they r 100. you cannot bring your eatto maon cure it m at hP e in warm weather by. "The Banik That Sevice Buic ARCADIA, .A. r eat to us and cure it in Cold Storagex 100. If you cannot bring your Meat to can cure It at hqme in warm weather by diIce fuel Co., Inc. ARCADIA, LA. HUG164VO a w, K Q 900 . the stockholders of TI *3 of Arcadia behld well *am$0 o Dec, 81t ed a was declted, gres b autig the has nsooudi*4l"d 40 mad ~ hag ikbm do 2o* du. th* ad gsa0d 4b i0t s1Imby them atarsf tishak PM this to two dibu to tbct~ho WM-b~ -w at tbo, Ma,~kid...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 January 1922

» <m« _ * [ - II L Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conduct. ing Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Aethor "WhUnIgton Close-Up." "Banks ad lnetwlal Systmin," ste. Contributor Political sad Eonomie ArtileM to Loeading Perlodical and a Writer of Recopnisod Authority on the NatioMli Gomnumntu Businu Methods. Copyright, Waiterm wprpw Uumo ITI. MAGNITUDE OF BILLIONS I have been throwing the incredible figures at your head. Neither you nor anybody else has the faintest concep tion of what one billion dollars really is. We speak familiarly of billions as a commonplace, but most of us live our lives in terms of hundreds. I have shown you that every one Of u, man, woman and child, In this country, paid last year $53.77 each toward the support of the government. Of course, every person does not pay exactly $53.77. A great many pay more and some pay less; but those who pay the most try to take it out of those who pay the least by Increas Ing the prices of what they have ...

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. — 5 January 1922

EILLE DENOCRA Walker IVI Walker DEE E1TR TRUE'S 11 wNaerei ing Bates o0 Application tween ^g ttes onAppliion^ ] ee Subscription Rates. 1 Rev. ... .......................... $2.00 Methode l ....................... 1.23 I poin~tmn .  ........ ..................................... 1. 2 in m h Bienville Parish.) Ida to ... .................. $2.2 also - .. ....... i n hl ..... .......... .ti t as s,.(,j,, ,';ass Matter, April to atte at tN ,,-.-Aflce at Arcadia, Miss ° it1A (of March .I, 1879., the Bi ---"With I wig,1 Managing Editor ant he re ' isiness Manager for a s S ............. Assbtant Editor Miss 'I of frie A.As t4 cusgtoiary with all pers tle following charges A i *,made for' Obituaries, Cards of II our esolnti.ons of Respect, Church when jor enterttailnments of any na. -e ad(ljisiol is charged, etc. n the Sthan 00 words 7c per line en yea wlord. Minimum charge 50c. dischn to line: 100 words ^nr more, the li WU E,1922. D,1ayto WLCOME,prepa Blnote from reading thle various l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 January 1922

By Mrs . D. . Brown. J . : : : : : : : Telehone No. 34 holidays ii \r.. ii. r "I t ii.r work in Ne i !. : !. i. M iss Or;a I.L'o I ! of<l .; ), l I ts 11 .),, was a wtvfk .'i ;| h..i f I i .\ N;i r Madden. M rs. M . i l - ;':.ij S li ,!'rr, : i) little dn oi-i'r if . o Ii' . .\ Ark are gn uets if .Mr ( ; : ,,fl n '. ,.ily. Miss Ma'niie liihri<)ion .-lntr most of her holiil.ay -ealii in S re , pirl as the iguest, of liir sister. Mrs, Annie Kilgore and family. Mrs. Nat Howell went to) Sh'lrevelior last week to se trnh wollderful filn production of the four horscimnoif tlh Apocalypse. Mr. and MArs. Ray Iden, aid Dr. and Mrs. Fisher of Shrevelport were Christmas guests of Mrs. F. T. Tay lor and family. Mr. W. A. Ellis, of Jackson, Miss., has bewn a recent guest of his sister, Mrs. J. N. Jones and family. al other Arcadia relatives. Miss Mary Helen Ke and Mis. Alys Bond who have splent the viaca tion in Mt. Lebanon and Monroe have returned to Arcadia, to resumne their 1 school dut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 January 1922

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN -COPYRIGH BOBBS MERRILL CO. _ - ~ .. .... ._ 11 i m H l I lI Il l lll ll l l LUND AND CARLSEN. Synopsis.-Loltering on the San prancisco water front, John Ral. aey, newspaper reporter, is accost. ad by a giant blind man, who asks Rainey to lead him aboard the sealing schooner Karluk. In the cabin they find Captain Simms and Sman named Carisen. 6imms rec onlizes the blind man, calling him SJim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of abandoning him, blind, on an ice oe, and denounces him. Simms denies the charge, but Lund re 'wes to be pacified. He declares his intention of accompanying the I rluk on its expedition north, * where it is going in quest of a gold Seld which Lund has discovered. pygy, Simms' daughter, is aboard, aid defends her father. Carisen, who is a physician as well as first mate, drugs Rainey. Awaking from Sbli stupor, Ralney tinds himself at -t . Carlsen Informs him he has _-bten kidnaped. He offers Ralney a share of the gold, and Rainey is ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 January 1922

We Ask the Attention of Every Reader of This Paper Today By J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia Ninety-six per cent of all the people in the United States earn less than $2,000 a year. Therefore it behooves every one of you to learn to read this paper day by day with two purposes. One, that you may post yourself upon the general news. The other, that you may post yourself upon the advertising news. The day is past when anyone can afford to overlook this sec ond feature. It is the road to economy in every home. There isn't a day passes when money cannot be saved or when better goods cannot be bought for the same money simply by following carefully the advertisingnews that is published here. The reason for this is very simple: advertising is the cheap est, quickest and best method of salesmanship that has yet been found. Therefore the most progressive merchants advertise. And naturally, when you want the cheapest or the best article of any kind, it i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 January 1922

The Bmienville Democrat UME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1922 NUMBER FORTY-TWO 7'acA your ccldre to deposit th eir mone le witll welcome their accounts The Educational policy of our Bank includes the teach Sing of the Banking habit to children. This is not to make them "close" and "stingy" but to help them ACCUMU :LATE MONEY for the future, to learn the value of ,jsgoney and to get acquainted with the banking business. We shall be glad to welcome the accounts of your chil dren. $1.0o will start an account. COME IN I! COMMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. AVE MEAT WITH ICE g your meat to us and cure it in Cold Storage $9c per 100. If you cannot bring your Meat to you can cure it at home in warm weather by Ice. ;Arcadia'Ice & Fuel Co., Inc. NE 186 - - ARCADIA, LA. . - ., s w o'w'gavvw vWle* SILLEY, AGED PASSES AWAY Unintentionally omitted last the mention of the death of fj Tilley, of Bear Creek, one *l parish's oldest and most...

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. — 12 January 1922

REPORT FURNISHED TO THE EXAIINER OF STATE BANKS BY THE BANK OF SALINE AT SALINE, LOUISIANA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DEC. 31; 1921 J. B. STILL, P'rosident. A. D. SMITH, Vice-President, and F. L. MAYFIELD, Cashier MISS A. M. BARNHART, Assistant Cashier RESOURCES D em aRdt loans ............... .... ........... ....... .. ........................... $ 640.00 Loarins sr~c'red Iby tm.ortga e ............................... .................................. 1,003.66 'ther bn: s :t :id discd unts ... .................................. ....................... 44,595.58 Overdrafts ; ,qw urc d ................ ......................... ............... 279.58 Libterty I:,twls ...................... ............ .......................... 8,550.00 n iakingi hi u nse furnit re and fixtures ................................. ................. 4,043.00 Other renl estate owned ..... ....................................... 100.00 Cash item s .... ........................ ............................

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. — 12 January 1922

Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGHT BOBBS MERRILL CO. to protect HR~ IS DEAD,!" more like cold eyes S ,.-Loltering on the San bulk cast to water front, John Ral- by comp ,spaper reporter, is accost- Peggy Sit - giant blind man, who asks the part to lead him aboard the e schooner Karluk. In the le cot they find Captain Simms and he was a, named Carlsen. Simms ree- the man. the blind man, calling him side him. d. Lund accuses Simms of ing him, blind, on an ice and dent Rid denounces him. Simms He was the charge, but Lund re- with the :to be pacified. He declares alone he .tentlon of accompanying the iuc on its expedition north, they wer e it is going in quest of a gold "Hans' which Lund has discovered. relieve S Simms' daughter, is aboard on, Rain defends her father. Carlsen, s a physician as well as first tite, I h , drugs Rilney. Awaking from spoon ft stupor, Rainey finds himself at have to Carlsen informs him he has Food kidnaped. He offers Rainey a of the gold, and Rainey ...

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. — 12 January 1922

TIE BIEINVILLE DEOCRArT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ..................................................$2.00 6 m onths .............................................. 1.25 (Outside of Blenville Parish.) 1 year .................................................... $ .2 6 m onths .............................................. 1.50 totered as Second Class :.latter. April IL 1912 at the postoffice et Area'li;i Le., inder the Act of March 3. 187!' S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS..............Assihtant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of 1 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 1 lec per word. Minimum charge 50c. i six words to line: 100 words 'r more, I OUR OFFICERS From Webster Signal, Minden. Webster parish should be c...

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. — 12 January 1922

w I. grown .1r. · ·· Telesboned No. 34 Louis Tooke returned Satu t on Saturday. dene I far a tice and Ora Hays vis- (lid 'recently. brou neig , Curria visited Cou- cess, .end. Atkins has been in Nity week visiting her par- she HMt J. M. Agurs. atta that ebb, of Monroe, is the pan er, Mrs. S. L.'"ous- wh( wee all -"agner and daughter, hoi home from Nash week. is, who teaches in the ori school was a guest re- dre aunt, Mrs. J. P. Harrell lan Houston has enjoyed a Cri from her sisters, ier, of Ashdown, Ark., tio of Ruston. a Conger who has been the da; rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Fr g the holidays, return- m last Saturday. of ffri of Fort Collins, Colo., in ;gest for some time of his pa Burton and Dr. Button. he home this week. IMtILK--We have ed findbe daily-Pure Jersey la Registered Herd of Mr. P1 pi ^A3CADIA GROCERY CQ. P is so delighted that deer T Catherine Travis is able a after her serious ill such an adorable child , Mlterest is felt in her re- c] S. A. Conger entertain- e I inform...

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. — 12 January 1922

PAYING OFTAXES HELD UP BYSUIT OUACHITA ASSESSMENT ROW IS ST.LL UNDECIDED BY THE COURTS CASE HAS NOT BEEN HEARD City Taxpayers Have Been Delayed In Payment Of Taxes Which Has Caused Innumerable Difficulties Monroe.-Ouachita parish and Mon. roe taxpayers are in a chaotic state because of the injuction suit filed on behalf of the Ouachita Taxpayers' Protective League to prevent the as. sessor of Quachita and the Louisiana Tax Commission from maintaining the assessed valuation of the city and par ish at the level of the assesment of I 1919. A decision in this sut by I Judge Fred M. Odom in the Sixth Ju dicial District Court is awaited before taxes can be paid here. , The suit was brought by Guy P. Stubbs as a representative of tax- E payers who claim the 1921 assessment is too high. The case has not been 8 heard. City tax payers have been de layed in the payment of taxos, which has caused innumerable difficulties, and the work of Joe" Hanna, asses sor, has been held in check. The tax ro...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 January 1922

19221 Jos. Dawidoff Company's 11922 SEMI - ANNUAL As has always been our custom at this season of the year we are going to put on our semi-annual clearance sale offering bigger and better values than you have been able to obtain for a number of years. Beginning We are going to place our entire stock on sale at MONEY SAVING prices, giving our customers an opportunitt buy any thing in our line at a real reduction. We anticipated a much larger business the past season an and the result is we have more goods on hand to be placed on sale than we have ever had before. buy you have acted wisely, and now it is your good fortune to buy Dress Goods, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, etc., far below previous price. WE MUST CONVERT THE MERCHANDISE IN OUR SHELVES INTO CASH. Below are just a few of the prices we are offering. Space doesn't per You 1 Long _______________ mit us to quote prices on everything, but come in and be convinced that Dithis is the greatest opportunity you have had in years to save mo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 12 January 1922

** Lose Something? Let Us Locate It for You The surest way of finding the lost animal, the lost pet, or the lost article is to let us locate it for you. A small classified ad vertisement in our lost and found section will tell of your loss to many more people than you could see in a day. And the more people you can interest in recovering your loss the sooner will you be successful. The cost of a small advertisement is very low-much less than it would cost you to make a personal search. Next time let us make your search by means of a little classified ad. Some Aspects of the Farmers' Problems . By BERNARD M. BARUCH (Reprinted from Atlantic Monthly) II I t he whole rural world is In a fer. SOto of unrest, and there is an un ara' lieled volume and intensity of de tfnllned, If not angry, protest, and an S S.Ollno swarming of occupational con 'iNMc s, Interest groupings, political m-ojmnents and propaganda. Such a t/ i ioll cannot but arrest our atten .i im, Indeed, it demands our caref...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

SThe Bienville Democrat ;FUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1922 NUMBER FORTY-THREE :. ~- -- ,m- .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ... . . .. . ... . . .. . . . . . . . . . . bajeson Money at theriht time. Do you know that opportunity comes to the man who hms a'ey? It is only natural that those with money.-aklng pro rhiuld go to those they know have money. When you have money In the Bank, you won't Ihave to invite i' geem--lt will COME to you. Begia TODAY to have money. Come in sad start a Bdeank e ufit $ith the money in your pocket. WE WILL WELCOME YOU COMMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. VE MEAT WITH ICE your meat to us and cure it It Cold Storage : 0pr. , i f y, cannot bring your Meat to - aj dure it:home in warm weather by cadia Ice & Fuel Co., Inc. 188 ARCADIA, LA. aw~e~vwa~v~.9&&&&&&hrd& FFahB%%%%MINIAW'ilit?*4 CAMPAIGN TO IN. USE OF MILK IN LA. tration milk campaign will jI New Orleans, April 10-...

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. — 19 January 1922

REGULATION OF TEMP.RATURE According to Opinion of Experte Proper Mark for the Home Is About 8 Degres. Heating experts tell us that churches should be kept warmer than lecture rooms. Whether this implies that the lecture room audience is more apt to forget any discomfort due to tem. perature than a church congregation they decline to say. According to the scientists versed In the subject. ca, d.egrees is the proper temperstlre for a church, while that of a lertnri Iaul should be between 60 and e4 (legrer:. Public buildings, the experts agree, should have a temperature between 68 and 72 degrees, while schools should be kept uniformly at 70 degrees. The proper temperature for the home is about 68 degrees, with hath- I rooms at between 70 and 85 degrees. Entrance halls and vestibules should be kept at a temperature between 54 and 00 degrees: gymnasiums 60 and natatorlums 68 (legres, These are the temperatures for hoapltals: general rooms. 72 to 75 de Igrees; sick rooms, 72; operating ro...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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