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COMPLETE LINE OF
NUINE FORD PARTS
-time to replace the worn parts ie your FORD,
s to avoid dangerous accidents and worri
carry a complete line of
GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES
INNER TUBES, Etc.
act anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attention to
R. D. SIMS
S J. Teleone No.
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bel Jones, of L. I., spent Sun
E. Currie visited Bryceland
ville Saturday and Sunday.
uby Fox, of Shroveport, was
of her parents on Sunday.
uth Knighton, of Shreveport.
ied Misses Vern and Leanis
SYOIR EGGS AND BUT
J. L. McCLELLAN.
uda Reynolds has returned
comb College on account of
ula Mae Pulllg and father.
111ig from PanaqW, are guests
. S. . held a buslness meeting
thodist church Monday after.
lucted by Mrs. Ben Ferguson.
r the orphans was packed and
y. Mrs. Frank Taylor was
Schairman of the buildlng
Sfor the Sunday school
d Mrs. Bill Grigsby are now
wtih Mr. and Mrs. Blanton
na Davis, of the Highland,
im, is attending Mrs. Bob doff,
ZEN EGGS WANTED BY
d Mrs. Jos. Dreyer went to
rt for the week-end.
SMrs. Bill Grigsby entertain.
young friends with a dance
SRush Wimberly and daugh
a, spent the week-end in
ay Oden and little daughter
rlor, left Saturday for their
e Take Pleasue u In Announcing To The Members
Of Each Graduating
CLASS F '19
that we are prepard to ! it -,ers for
the very highest class of Printed
Al rde shoid be placed now, or as
ealy as poss4e so as toinsure
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home in Shreveport Their many
friends here regret to see them leave.
Mrs. Pollard Williams and son, Stacy,
spent Saturday ih Shreveport.
The Baptist Ladies' Aid met at the
h me of Mrrs. . L. Houston Thursday.
An inweresting Bible lesson was taught
by Mrs. W. H. Daniel.
Mrs. H. L. Runge visited Shreveport
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Jones, of Sims
boro, were guest of Mr. and MrsHow.
ell Jones, Sunday.
Mrs. D. F. Frey and Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, of Saline, spent Sunday with
Mrs. W. C. Thomas.
Mrs. W. H. Jordan has returned
from a visit to Dodson.
Miss Kingsberry, of New Orleans,
who is sent by the Red Cross to organ
ize classes in "First Aid." was here
last week. These classes will be
taught by the doctors of the town on
Tuesday. Wcilueslny and Thuri(gIny
evenings beginning at eight o'clock at
the Scouts' hall. Great benefit will be
derived from these lessons which will
begin Just as soon as the material ar
rives. Those desiring to enroll will
please see Mrs. Burton.
Harold Stewart, who is in the V. S.
Naval Aviation service, arrived home
Friday from Long Islan)d
Misses Eddie Shull, Bess and Lssle
Hlalloway, of Simsloro, were u;nests of
Miss Lois Shull Sunday.
Miss Thyra Robinson, of Simsboro,
visited friends here last week.
Mr. W. J. McGuir was a delegate to
the W. 0. W. convention at Alexandria
the past week.
MARKET PRICE PAID FOR EGGS
AND BUTER.-J. L McCLELLAN
Mrs. E. H. McGuire, of Simsbore,
spent the week-end with her son, Mr.
Mrs. 0. D. Auld has returned from
Misses Ora and Beatrice Hays, of
Bienville, were week-end visitors of
their sister, Miss Era Hays.
Mr. D. M. Atkins, of Ruston, was
a business visitor Saturday.
Mrs. H. B. Dalton hu returned from
Mis Jessie Candler, who is now
working in Shreveport, was a visitor
to homefolks Sunday.
Mrs. V. C. Pipes will be at home to
her friends "informally" Friday after.
noon, April the 4th, from four to six
p. i., to meet Mrs. Henry Butler. She
takes this as a medium of inviting her
Prof. F. D. Graves, Superintendent
of the Arcadia high school, was se
lected as instructor in Algebra and
Arithmetic in the Summer Normal at
Natchltoches, but owing to the clos
ing date of the school here it was im
possible for him to accept the place.
BRING YOUR EGGS AND BUT
TER TO J. L McCLELLAN.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Watkins,
daughter of Representative and Mrs. J.
T, Watkins, of Louisiana, to Capt.
William M. Taliaferro, U. S. A., of
Tampa, Fla., took place yesterday after
noon. The ceremony was performed at
4 o'clock inhvt. Thomas' Church by the
Rev. C. Ernest Smith, rector of the
church, hi the presence of a small
company of relatives. Arrangements
for thle wedding were made as simple
as possible, owing to the Lenten seas
on. The decorations in the church
were confined to thle chancel, where
Easter lilies, palms and fern were used.
Miss Nellie Watkins was her sister's
only attendant, and the best man was
Mr. Thomas Taliaferro, of Tampa, Fla.,
brother of the bridegroom. The ush
ers were Capt. Mills Kitchin, U. S. A..
of North Carolina; Lieut. William
Carrington Stettlnius, U. S. A., of New
York; Mr. Morton Keith, of Richmond,
and Mr. Thomas Fitzhugh, of the
University of Virginia. The bride, who
was escorted and given in marriage by
her .father, wore a gown of white satin
draped with tulle and caught in dainty
clusters of orange blossoms.
Her tulle veil was held with a
coronet of orange blossoms and she
carried gardenias and white lilacs. Her
maid of honor was in pale blue georg
,ette crepe with a large garden hat to
match, trimmed with gay spring flow.
ers. She carried snap-dragons. A small
and informal reception followed the
ceremony in the home of the bride's
parents at the George Washington Inn.
after which Capt. and Mrs. Taliaferro
left for a short wedding trip, the lat
ter wearing a traveling suit of dark
blue tricotine with a smart black tail
ored hat. Among the guests were, the
Chief Justice and Mrs. White, the Sec.
retary of the Treasury and Mrs. Glass.
Miss Agnes HartWilson, Mr. and Mrs
Thomas Carson Taliferro and Miss
Stella Tallaferro, of Tampa, Fla., par-i
ents and sister of the bridegroom.
From the Washington Post.
A SLUGGISH LIm l
Cru bs late 'nr bile, making you
dek and you lone a day's
Calomel salivates! It's mercary.
Calomel acts like dynasite on a slug
ish liver." When calomel comes into
contact with sour bile It crashes into
It, causing cramping and nausea.
If yon feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go tn -
your druggist and get a bottle of Do4.
son's Liver Tone for a few cents
which it a harmless vegetable ibsti
tuts. for dangerous calomel. Take a
spoonful and If it doesn't start your
liver and stralhten yon up better-and
quicker than nasty calomel andl with |
out making you sick, you Just go back
and get your money. 4
If you take calomel today you'll be
sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides:
it may salivate'yoe, while It you take |
DodIsoa'a Liver Tone you will wake up
feeling great, 1fpl of ambition and
ready for work or play. It's harmless,
pleasanlt and safe to give to children;
they like It.
What I Do For1
f0 '"^-l'^? - E u /'
?ti~amh at fair and qpdtabin-prin the
,t the ,lidus t aM. b*
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COUPLE CELEBRATE GOLDEN
Collinsvrille, Texas, March 14.-An
event of unusual interest was the cele
bration of the fiftieth anniversary of
the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. J. Daw.
kins at their home two miles north
east of Collinsville, Sunday, March 9.
They had with them on this occasion
all of their children except one oaugh
ter, Mrs. Lawrence Drake, of Groom,
Texao Those prwaet were Dee of
Ashley, Ill.; Drue L. of groom, Texas;
geab of Collinsville, Olin 1. of Ottawa,
Kan., and Mrs. Walter Randis of Lo.
rena, Okla. Two nieces, who were rear- i
ed In the home, were also present,,Mrs.
L. 0. Ball of Denlson and Mrs. Joe
Hollingshead of Collinsvllu
A dinner was served at the .io
hour to about sixty guests. Mr. Daw.
kins was born at Aradia, La., Jan. 1,
1845. Mrs. Francis , Byrd Dawkina
was born May 7, 1849, at, Gri.n, Ga.
They were married at Arcadia, La.,
March 9,1869, and moved to their pres
ent home in Grayson Coonty, Texas, in
1871. Both enjoy good health and are
active in home and business affairs.
The Semi-Weekly Farm News.
WIDE-ROW METHOD OF
Planting corn in wide rows with
legume crops in the middles is rapidly
becoming a popular method In the hill
sections of Louisiana, according to J.
R. Crumpton, corn club agent Junior
Extension Division L. S. U.
"This method assureP a fair yield of
cord by allowig the plants ample space
In wihch to gather plant food and
moisture during the growing season,
thereby enabling the crop to withstand
drought periods which often come at
critical stages of its growth and devel
opment." says Mr. Crumpton.
"In the second place, the value of the
legumes as a feed and as fertilizer is
an important item.
"Corn club boys in the hill parishes
are urged to adopt this method of
growing corn and legumes, and as an
inducement for them to do so a bushel
of any legume is counted as equlva
lent to a bushel of corn in the yield
Letter from Lieut. Sherwood Lee
Paris France, larch 6, 1919.
Dear Homefolks: Guess you will be
a little surprised to get a. letter from
me from Paris. Arrived here yester
day morning at 8 a. m., and have seen
quite a lot, and have had a real good
time. Have been on three sight-see
ing trips already. Although I have
seen many places of historic interest
and some very beautiful places, I have
not see, near all of Paris. Have seen
ne of the most beautiful paintings,
sculpture and architecture, In rie
world, I suppose. The p^lace at Ver
seilles, built by Louis XIV is the most
wonderful, I think. I expect to leave
here probably tomorrow for Brussels,
Belgium. Will go through St. Queut4n
and other towns destroyed by the Ger
mans. From there I will go to Cologne,
Germany and other towns along the
front. Then return through Paris and
go south to Nice, M6tQ Carlo.
Have fifteen days to roam around. I i
have a large kodak and if weather per
mits I am going to have a good collec
Am stopping afthe Hotel Du Louvre.
It's a real beautiful place Itself.
Tonight; I am going to the opera.
Don't suppose I will understand much I
though. However, I get along fairly
well speaking to a "frog."
! Will write again from Brussels.
Hope all the folks are well. Love to
all from your son, SHERWOOD.
SCIEIN BROS. CO.;
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LEMON JUCE IS
Girls! Make this cheap beauty lotion
to clear and whiten your sklin
Squeeze the juice of tow lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces of
orchard white, shake well, and you
have a quarter pint of the best freckle
and tAn lotion' and complexion beautil
fier, at very, very small cost.
Your groer has the lemons afd any
drug itor or toilet coater will supply
three ounce of orcwbrd white for a
few cenit. Massage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face, neck, arms
and" hands each day and see how
clear, soft and white the skin becomes.
Yel! It is harmless.
ROWD 'S BIG B00I
Cotton See, Long Staple for Plant
ing,. Four reasons why you should
First, it's yield per acre.
Second, it's per cent of Lint.
Third, It's large Storm Proof
Fourth, easy picking.
$3.00 per bushel. Two or more
bushel, $2.75 per bushel.
Saline, ': : : Louisiana
State of Louisiana, Parish of Blen
ville, G. B. and W. J. Smelley, vs.
T. T. Loe, No. 25, Sixth Ward Justice
Under and by virtue of a writ of
execution issued out of the above nam
ed court and to me directed, I have
seized and will offer for sale to the
last antl highest bidder for cash, with
benefit of appraisement at the Dipping
Vat, at Liberty Hill, La., in Bienville
Parish, within legal sale house on
Saturday, April 19th, 1.919
the following described property, to.
One cow and calf, both red; one
white heifer, three years old; one
brindle and white two years old, and
one black and white, one year old,
marked crop and split In left. and split
and underbit in right.
Seized as the property of T. T. Lee
and will be sold to satisfy said writ of
execution and all cost.
This the 25th day of March. 1919.
E. R. HAYS, Constable.
1000 DOZEN EGGS WANTED BY
J. L. McCLELLAN, ARCADIA.
-.W. - ,8.----
BANKRUPT SALE OF REAL
In the United States District Court for
the Western District of Louisiana
In the Matter of W. D. White 2
Son, Bankrupts-No. 1427-In Bank
By virtue of an order 'from Hon. J.
H. Grimmet, Referee in Bankruptcy, I
will offer for sale at public auction, at
the principal fropt door of the court
house in Arcadia, Bionville Parish, L*.,
at 11:00 o'clock a. i., on
SATURDAY, APRIL 12th, 1I1J
the follownig described real estate, sur
rendered in said bankruptcy, to-wit:
Lot No. four (4) in Block "B" and
seven (7) feet off the east side of Lot
No. three (3) of Block "B" as per plat
of the town of Arcadia, La., on file in
the Clerk's office Blenville Parish, to
gether with all of the bluldings and
improvements thereon. Said property
being appraised at 3,500.00.
The W 1.2 of SW 1.4, Sec. 18, and
W 1.2 of NW 14 and five acres in
NW corner of NE 1.4 of NW 1-4, Sec.
10, Township 17, Range 5 west, 165
acres, more or lens, with all of the
buildings and improvements thereon;
laid property being a|pralsed at
A certain tract of land situated in
,rcadia, Bienville Parish, La., bound.
id on the east by Hazel street, on the
outh by lands of J. E. Reynollds, on
:he west by lands of Y. M. Lyons and
)n the north by lands of W. D. White
tnd P. A. MeGnire, and more particu
larly described as follows: B1ginning
it the SE corner of P. A. McGulre's
,ot and running thence south along th
rest border of Hazel street 221 1.2
eet. thence westerly 704 1-2 feet,
:hence north along the eastern border
)f lands owned by Y. M. Lyons 208
14 feet to the land owned by W. D.
White, thence easterly 704 1-2 feet tc
the starting point, and containing .
L-2 acres, more or lsS; said property
being appraised at $350.00.
At the same time and place I will of
ter for sale five shares of the capital
rtock of the Modern Pharmacy, Inc., of
Arcadia, La., said stock being apprais
ed at a value of $500.00.
Terms of Sale-Cash, to the last and
highest bidder, free of all liens and
Mortgages, and subject to the approval
lud confirmation of the court.
RUSSELL P. MOORE, Trustee.
1000 DOZEN EGOS WANTED BY
1. L. MCCLELLAN., ARCADIA.
TAX PURCHASERS NOYICE
To Lind Wardlow or any other per
You are hereby notified that or
July 6th, 1918, at the principal front
door of the Court House in the town
of Arcadia, Bienvllle Parish, La., I
purchased at Tax Sale the following
described property, to-wit;
E 1-2 of NW 14, Sec, 24, Tp. 15,
And the price for which same was
sold and the amount of taxes and cost
of this notice being $18.98. The deed
ie recorded in Book No. 51, on page
268, and was recorded on Oct. 24th,
1918, and the mild property waf sold
for taxes of 1917.
This the 3rd day of April, 1919.
8. A COOK, Arcedli, La.
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Style and comfort
Three essentials of
Style that gives you the jaunty feeling of
being correctly and smartly dressed! Com
fort that gives you the charm of being per
fectly at ease! Economy that gives you that
satisfied feeling of having the best value for
your money! These three are the qualities
that make the Red Cross Shoe the very best
shoe to buy this season.
Every one of the new models of the Red
Cross Shoe is correct. Into each one is built
comfort-"bends-wigi-your-fo.ot" comfo r t.
Every shoe in its simple, graceful lines shows
the smartness that well dressed women de-,
mand in their footwear.
Come in and see the smart styles in the Red
Cross Shoe. You'll be pleased with their price,
as well as with their style. lThese shoes are
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Notice To The Public
Notice is hereby given to taxpayers that I
will complete the listing of all property in this
parish for assessment purposes on or before
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1918.' The assessment
lists will be open for inspection by the public for
twenty days, beginning MONDAY, APRIL 14,
and ending SATURDAY, MAY 8. All taxpayers
are notified that the assesment list will be sub
ject to examination tor this twenty-day period,
as required by law.
H. J. JAMES, Assessor
ous days de
mand that we keep
our bodies in the pink'
of condition. And
the proper meats for
food are the first es
sential in our quest
for health and happi
clean and good-with,
prices within reason, are
what characterize the
Meat purchased at this
Hunt's Salve, formtrly called
Hunt's, Cre is especally con*
pounded for the treatment of
Itch, eses, Ring wmun, and
Ttter, and is sold by the drug
glst on the stri guaa ntee that
Sthe purchase price, 5, will be
fied cutomer. TryHunt's8alve
at ourrisk. For sale lally by
MODERN PARlACY, Inc
SATURDAY, APRIL 121
ONE CAR LOAD OF
SADDLE HORSES and
MULES. See me
J. R. JORDAN