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Re Low Shoes Special Line Ladies'
Daintily Smart for Summer Wear Silk Hosiery
In ample assorm~nts of desired styles-Each In selecting our line of Silk Hosiery the ut
day proves to many women the saisfaction most care was exercised in order that our
of choosing their Footwear here. Right now stock would only be the best, quality and price
we have for, your approval, a wonderful array considered. We carry a complete line of Silk
the Season's most favored styles in a va- Hose in White, Dark Brown and Black.
y of leathers. New arrivals constantly. Pr 1 o Ji
to your range of choice, PrSices from $1.50 to $4.00
See them at our store today! "IAlso a complete line of Ladies' Skirts
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E. Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34
,1 .1hGuire spent Tuesday
'lle .Tones, has Ibeen a re
f Miss Vera Jones.
STooke maideo a busilless
eplort last Saturday.
r 'errit. of Shreveport, Is
f .Mr. and Mrs. Blanton
ys I'ager and Wilson: WIl
returndI trout RayIt lle
iary Madden nd l;essle
visiting for the week in
a irtnoldls has returnist
)rih,lans where site made ae
Butler returned on iFriday
elg (ale ovIer on Sunlllday
eport, and returned with
le lantz's friends are glad
looking so well, since her
Davies has returned from
Isit. Mrs. Davies will re
Mrs. Bridger Lucky, of
'uests of their mother, lrs
lie T. Butler who has done
s work at L. 8. U., returned
e, Miss Marie Jordan ant
$hields, of Bieuville were
MJrs. M. 31. Lyons, and
is Verne, left this week
xas. for a several days
rence D)aniels has lad a.
tly, her sister, Mrs. Perl
Sennington and their chill.
s and little daugbter, of
at the bedside of Mr. W.
nce his condition has again
Edwards, companled by
y and Esther Belle and
visited her parents In
('ox and his visitor, Mr.
uarsiline, Mo., were guests
e of Mir. Geo. Sutton' and
ia Florence, last Sunday.
ez Baker. Alys B6nd, Inen
I D. (Cahidwell left last Fri.
a summer course at the
al at Natchitoches.
st Brown, of Gilliam. ar
me oun Sunday evening to
other. Mrs latura BroWn.
not well. but improving.
Id Harper, who is the gues
r. Mrs. lien Ferguson. wa.
homed by her friends it
the was a member of the,
the high school here in
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Courses In Business, in Shorthand and
in Englishi. f'est EIleuipments, Un
equaled Facilities. Complete College
Bank. Only School with Atiual Store
tregNa and Actual Money, in which students
keep the books and balance cash.
C accommodations for ladies. Persbnal Instruction. "
irrepresentntie, to secure patronaýýe. Oraduntes in general dmanu
eir superior training. 920 UOUrZ $ sOIS, New Orlesas, La.
OATS FOR SALE '
I have a large quantity of Bundled Oats
r sale. These Oats hae very heavy
heads, are well cured, and are free from
weeds and sticks. Price $30.00 per
Apply to R. L. TAYLOR
" at Oilceillfc
Mrs. M. E. Younghlood returned to
her home in Shreveport on Mondlay
after a visit of some length to her
ibrother. Mr. J. W. Sherard and family.
J. W. Allen and J. W. IRolierson. the
little son of MIr. and Mrs. Dallas Rob
erson, hall the misfortune to break
their arms last week, but they are get
" ting along nicely now. 0
Mrs. Hattie Bres. of Shreveport
'amnle over for ('onluellcement andi had
the pleasure of seeing her niece. Miss
amille C'urrie receivet, her ilplomr
from the high school.
V11Miss 3I:ttl Iutnge reached homie on I
I'hursd ir froml IlterllIonlt (ollege. V'ir
gillia. Her friends are glad to sec
her looking so well. after arcolpli:hl:
ing a fine year' s work.
hIisses lI'ha Ma;ae. ti~n;lnd A.\onac
Belle Atkins (came home on Saturday
from BIatonl Rouge. in respoInse to a,
tclegramt announcing the serious illness
of their father. Mr. W. A. Atkins. whose
health has been in a critical state for
Miss Mary Galhloway lefrt on Monda
for her' home in Ruslon. She will h,
I very nauil missed by her many frietllb
and especially by her colmradles of tlI
high school gradnuting class, will
whom she has beenl so pleasiantly assoi .
Arcadia has sustained quite a loss
In giving up as citizens, Mir. G;eorge
Shields alnd family. They left last
Thursday for their new home in
Shreveport. They have long been
identified with this place, and will be
very much missed from. our com
Mrs. Goldman has had a pleasant
house party of young ladies for several
days, who enjoyed the commencement
exercises. Miss Pauline Stewart an('
Miss .Woolyard. of Shreveport, and
Miss Wilkinson of Beaumont, Texas.
Mrs. Goldberg (Ruth Stewart) was
also in the party and was the guest
of Mrs. J. W. Allen and Mrs. (oid
MIrs. Tom Byrd andt sons, Prothrc
and Leonard returned from Duhach,
on Tuesday, where they went on a
very sad mission. Mrs. Byrd's little
nephew, was a viectkm of a very de
plorable accident on. Friday. While
wmimming in a pond. near home, lie
fore anyone could render aid he wai
drowned. Heartfelt sympathy is ex
tended the bereaved.
Miss Irma Galloway, of Ruston, will
keep house for her uncle, Mr. Wilbur
Fuller in the absence of his mother
Mrs. Joe Fuller, who is visiting her
niece, Mrs. W. W. .Conger, of Rayville,
Accompanying Mrs. Fuller...were Miss
Gladys Conger, who has gone to her
h'onme since hern school duties here are
over, and little Wilson Williams, Jr..
*ho will visit his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W.: . Conger.
Miss Mary Helen Key, left for he
home nenar Mt. Lebanon when selHoe
elosed. Arcadlia people are indeedl gla(
that Miss Key wivll be here again in
the fall. for her work in thllt schoo
has proved most efficlent r. . Graves
!also left for his home in Alabama. Mr
JP.P. Wagner has been aplninted prin
cipal for the ensuing term, *ith Misse
Hattie 1). Caldwell. Mary Helen Key,
Alys Bond, Inez Baker, Florence Sut
tonl, (;ladys ('onger, Mrs. Capers and
Jessie Fay Sherard.
If you have the itch, don't scratch.
It does not cure the trouble and makes
the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in gently
I on the affected parts. It relieves itch
in; instantly and a few applications
, removes the cause thus performing a
permanent cure. Sold by the Modern
I Pharmacy, Inc., Druggists. (Adv.)
Mrs. Smith (Nell Barnette), of
Shreveport, was a recent guest of her
mother. Mrs. J. T. Barnette. In the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harp. Mrs.
Smith, has had a late message from
Col. Smith, announciifg his early ar
rival from overseas Sihe expected to
go to New York to see him arrive. He
i1 s to be congratulated on his promo
tion since he has been in I'. S. service.
Before lie was discharged from over
spas dluty. lhe was made Lieutelnant
('olontel. and was comnmended for his
valuable service by hen. l'ershjg
('ol. Smith volunteered his service oil
the tiring lint, and retoleredl t-onsidtier
able aaid to the sickl and wounded Iat
Mrs. II. It. Sliingletoii and Mrs. S. L
White, of Ruston, were guests for tit
week-cell of Mrs. V. (. Pipes and othc
relatives. Mr. .Jais. Singleton who di
service with the A. E. F. in France fo
16 miolths and just recently returnet
to the States., a;ll over from Ruston,
where Ihe is visiting his relatives and is
the gutest of his uncle. aMr. Blanltol
'T'hnus. Mr. anud Mrs. Th'eus entertain
pia at aI swimmnmtg party in romplitnen'
to Mr. Singleton on Saturday evenlllg
A congenial crowd of young people
a pleasant swim, which whetted their
appetites for the sandwiches which fol
lowed made a delightful evening.
Quite a surprise to her friends was
the iuarrhie of Miss ('allie Loe, of
Bienville to Mr. Minus Kennedy, of
Monroe. at 1):00) o'clock Saturday
morning, at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Lawrence Daniel, relatives of th(
bride. Rev. W. H. Jordan perform.
ed the ceremony. The becoming tail
ored coat suit with shoes, qzloves an<
liat in harmony enhanced the attrac
tive appearance of the handsome bride
I who is well known in Arcadia, hav
ing a large conmection in North. Louis
Iina. She has recently been employe(
in the MourcH Drug Store, which post
tlion she filled creditably. Mr. Kenned:
who has been shippin)' clerk for the
Monroe Grocery Co., for the past t
years has a splendid record for r
young business man.
Mr. hind Mrs. Kennedy left immetd
lately after the ceremony to spend t
short time with the bride's mother
before returning to their home in Mon
A very delightful social affair was
the entertainment given on Tuesday
evening to the young ladies of Mrs
C. C. 'Travis' Sundlay school class, and
their friends, by Mr. and Mrs. Wm
,Dens. There were about 100) invita
tions issued and a large crowd of
young people assmnbled in the beautl
ful p,an grove which was a moet at
tractive place, with comfortable seats
and swings, beautiful flowers, and
over all the soft lio vai'ious coloret'
Slights. Many old fashionedl games wer
Ilayed. then for variety, they went it
the hIouse and enjoyed inldoor games
music, etc. Each guest eaVried as
many pennies as they are years old
which occasioned much fun, and als,
ietted the neat little ,sum of $8.00
which g(oes to the fund of $50.00) Mrs
Travis' class pledged for the churclh
A feature of the intcrtninmemut wan
a dlstlinguishedl visitor in the perso'
of MIrs, Flnialligan. who after havint
qulte a little fun, dIsdiosed her identity
and it iroved to bIe none other thai
Mr. E. P. Woodman. Mir. Woodlmp,
certainly makes an mulel old maid.
A\ variety of sanldwi(hes and ihcei
tea w1ere serve-d .by the hostess. Mrs
Deas ws w assisted in the (omrtesles o
the evening by Misses lRolerta Stuart
and Carrie Gipson andi Mesdame;
Brewer, Travis and Woodman.
A regular morning operation of the
bowels puts you iln flue shapefor tht
day's work, If you miss it you feel un
comfortalle and cannot put vim llte
your movements. For all bowel irregu
larities HERBIIINf is the remedy. Ii
purifles, ,strtingthens and regulates.
Price (Jc. Sold by lModeru Phlarmacy.
CIVILIAN RELIEf WORK
The Home Service Department of the
Blenville Parisah ChQapter, American
Red Cross,has arranged to.extend its
wvork into Civilian Relief. All who de
sire further information will apply te
Mrs. Foster R. Taylor: Arcadia. -Of
feice hours 10 to 6 Tuesdays and Sat
urdays in Law Offee of Foster IR. Tay
lor. Enlisted men and their familier
are especiatlly requested to apply ti
this, dleprtment for, any informatiot
or assistance the+ may desire in re
gard to adJustment of family or 1.
inllell ,)roblm . Courteous and, eon
entlal srervceiU be bgiveliiwitout
The various tons toroqgihot the
is Tra dii4t1V to o,.
., ''l .+
M11sss Ade T'railo. of Kaufman, I:
the guest of Mrs. Claude Ferguson.
The Town Council met Tuesday nigh'
for the purpose of completing some o'
the details necessary for the approval
of the Municipal Waterworks amu
Light Plant bonds, and to take up other
matters which demanded attention.
Mr. C. H. Boddie, of Bienville. wai
anl Areadia visitor Saturday and r
caller at the Democrat office. He be
conies a subscriber to our paper with
this issue. Mr. J. l. Boddile also of
Illenville, was a welcome caller Sat
Mr. and Mrs. .. . . Cook had as their
guest Friday and Saturday their. bro
tiher, Mr. June ('ook, of Belcher. Mr.
Cook left Saturday for Iinggoldl where
he spent a short time with homefolks
and left for San Antonio, Texas, t.
visit his brother, Mr. C. T. ('ook, whi
has been ill.
TheI young tmen of Arcadia gave a
delightful daltii'e at the courthousw
Tuesday night. Music was furniiheli
by ai good hand. a111nd1 the young peopi i
ejoyed thlie e'ellliug very much
udeed. The dance was attelnded l.
,young lwople from Shrevepoirt. Itusiton
MIlbshlif, l;ileville and other tmvn,
Owing to the munkeIIr we will not at
temnpt to give Ithe names of thei out
Dr. ('urtis Williams. who is now a
house after hailvilg completetld a co'urs,
in the study of dentistry in the South.
:'ran Mental ('ollt''e. Atlanta. Gia.. state
that although he has not fully decid
'i upon his litittediate plants for lth
Fluture, that he will miost likely remai
here and join Dr. II. I). Shehee. whose
!)rattice rhas grolwn to such all exten'
'hat I)h'. Williams' able assistance wit
In the United States l)istrict Court for
the Western I)istrict of Louisiana
Inl the Matter of Pentecost ('ompany,
Incorporated, Bankrupt. No. 1448 'In
By virtue of an order from Hon. J.
.M. Grimmet, Referee in Bankruptcy.
in the above named matter, I will
offer for sale at public auction, at the
principal front door of the courthouse
in Arcadia, Bienville Parish, La., at
11 o'clock it. m.. on
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919
the stock of merchandise aind store fix
tures and restaurant fixtures and opel
accounts surrendered in said bank.
ruptey, the said proIerty behig valued
Terms of Sale--Cash, to the last and
highest bidder, free of liens and mort
:;ages, subject to tile approval and con
ftrmnation of the court.
The stock can be inspected by calling
on J. S. Williams, keeper, Acradia, La..
and inventory can be seen at the oflice
of the Referee, 4th floor First National
Bank Building, Shreveport.
ItU8NELL P. MOORE, Trustee.
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PRESBYTERIANS TO HOLD
SERVICES NEXT SUNDAY
Rev ev. H. . Walton, l'reslhylerian
minister from Rayville, will preach foi
the I'resbyterlauns of Arcadia next Sull
day, at 11 o'clock a. m,, inll the MI. P
'hurch building. Thile public is cordial
ly invited to attend.
LEMONS WHITEN AND
BEAUTIFY THE SKIN
take this beauty lotion cheaply for
your face, neck, arms and hands
At the cost of a small jar of ordinary
cold cream one can prelpare a full quar
ter pint of thle most wonderful lemon
skin softener and complexion beautifier,
by squeezing the jnice of two fresh
lemons inlto a lottlu. containing three
ounc'es of orchard white. ('are should
be taken to strainl the juice through a
fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In,
then this lotion will keep fresh for
lowness hand tan and is the ideal skin
move such blemishes as freckles, sal
lemon juice is used to bleach and re.
months. Every woman knows that
softener, whitener and beautifer.
Just try it! , et three ounces of
orchard white at any drug store and
two lemons from thie grocer and make
up a quarter plut of this-sweetly fra'
grant lemon lotion and massage I'
daily into the face, neck, arms ant
hands, It is marvelous to smoothe.
rough, red hainls.
VICTORY THEATRE INITIAL
PROGRAM WELL ATTENDED
A record for speed was set by the
Victory Theatre In getting tilhei build
nlc made ready for their first program
which war advertised for Tuesday
night. On Monday mornitig nothing
had been done toward putting in a
partition wall 90 feet long and build
ing a ticket booth and wiring the build
lug, installing furniture, machine.
screen, etc. However, on Tuesday night
this had all been completed and every
thing was ready for the capacity crowd
that was present for the first program.
which coliisted of 'Pathe News films
and the feature pro(luction "All
Wroung" featuring the movie favorite
The pictures were distinct, and were
entirely free of flickiering anl flashes
which are so annoying and which arc
so c(ommon in picture theatres in the
Another feature which was pleasing
to tlthe audien(e. was the music render
ed by Mr. and Mrs. ]lussey, anld Mrs.
iel. Fields. Mr. Hussey is a splendid
violinist anid Mrs. Itussey amni able
cornetist. Mrs. l'iehls ability as pianist
is too well known to need any intro,
,%A gvod prl'rnin was ItI lllllollll('e for
NOTICE OF BI1)S FOR FISCAL
You are hereby nlotified that the I'o.
lice .1tuy of lienville Parish. Itulis
inat, will see.et a Fl'iseaIl Ageit and
I)epository for the F'iscal year. for the
funds of Jllenrille Parish at is regular
meeting; to be held at its office in the
townl of Arcadia on Monday the 7th
day of July, 15119, in accordance with
Act 205 of 19)12, ia copy of which act is
enclosed herewith and made part of
this notice. You are invited to make
your bid on or by said date at 12:00
o'clock m. in writing, in accordance
with and subject to the terms and con.
ditions of said act.
By order of the Police Jury of Bien.
A. RD. SMITH, President.
Attest: J. S. Williams, ('lerk.
NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS
The assessments of the various par.
ishes throughout the State of Louisiana
will be reviewed by the Board of State
Affairs, at Baton Rouge, La., during
the months of June, July and August.
If any taxpayer has any, onplaint
to file concerning the valuation of his
property by either the Assessor or the
Police Jury, he is hereby notified to
When by cleaning and
pressing the old ones they
look like new. Don't dis
card your clothes when
they become spotted with
grease or stain. We can
clean the spots and re
move the stains at a very
small cost. If your
clothes need repairing,
send them. to us. Phone
30 and we'll call for them.
Auld's Pressing Shop:
file said complaint, in writing, with
Ithe Board of State Affairs without de
lay, in order that same may be duly
considered when the assessments of hi:
1 parish shall be reviewed. This notice
is given in general terms and is up
plicable to everyone alike.
All complaints and protests must
be in writing, and should hbe support
ed by affidavit showing the errors andi
other matters complanled of and which
it is desired to have reviewed by this
Board. Address all protests:
BOARD OF STATE AFFAIRS,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Taken up, four miles east of Liberty
Hill, by Ree Vail and estrayed before
me on the 3rd day of Jnlle, 1919. one
Dun Mare with ldark Main and Tail.
about 13 years old and braInlyd "" on
the left fore shoulder, weighs about
Appraised by A. 1H. KIinutts and Ed
Vail at $25. The owner is hierehy
lnotified to coime forward. promv owner.
ship' and pay charges or said mare wil'
he sold on the
7t11 day of July, 1919
at publlic aoctionl at lhe front of J. S.
V'ernons store at lilhery lill, La.
This June 3rd, 1911.
1.. MJ 3IOrTILLER.
Justice of the Peace.
COMMISSION TO SELl.
Sarah Ellison, et als vs. Aimn Barues
and lusbanld. No. 500"2'. I'iril D'cket
Third District Court. lienville Par.
To J. E. C'urrie, Sheriff Bienville
o J. 8. WILLIAMS o
o Notary Public o
SOffice in o
a J. 8. MeConathy's Store o
o Arcadia, La. o
* . L. WILLIAMS *
* Attorney at Law
* Arada, : Leuislaa *
SWil practice l nll the courts
* * 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 S 0 0*0
o WILIJAM C. BOONE o
o Attorney-At.Law 0
o Offiee in Courthouse o
o Arcadia, La. o
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Theus' Swimming Pool
I take pleaure in anmnoucing to the public that my Swimming
Peel located on my place, west of the court huse, is now open for
"Come on in-the water's fine!"
Admissionl5c : : : : B: .P. Theus
NOW, HERE'S OUR
We are hildig u a HOE COMPANY tht will b the MOST
SUiSTANTIAL OF ITS KIND.
We take white pers between 18 and 0S; we reqaire a doc.
t's rl of the applicatins, a that we shall get the bst rsAs.
Rates- y $2.7 to joia.
We are already getting STRONG SUPPORT. NOW, DON'T
YOU TINK WE DESERVE YOUR PATRONAGE?
Bieaiel. risl NMutul Protective Association
- ,. E. BLROWN, Secretary
Parish, Arcadia, La. GREETING:
By virtue of a judgment emanatiin,
fronm the Hlonorahle Third D.istrict
('ourt in and for the P'arish of Bl.-.
villo, In the above entitled and nunmber
ed 'cause, bearing date of May 271 h.
1!)1, you are hereby authorized and
commanlded to sell, after due and legal
"advertisement, at the priunipal front
door of the Court House, in Arcadia,
LBtenville Parish, La.. for the pnrpome
of partition, the followhig decribed
N 1-2 of 8 W' 1-4, Section 24, Tp.
15, N. R. 5 W.
And when you shall have made s:lii
sale, you will turn the proceeds of
said sale after dedueting your coin
missions over to W. J. Murphy. Clerk
Distrclt Court and Ex-Oslicio a Not:iry
Public, in and for the pnrish (if Bien
ville, for tho punrpose of making a parti
tion in accordance with the jndgement
in this cause. according to law.
\Wtilnss the Honorable J. E. Reynlolds
Judge of the Third District Conrt, ,o
this the 27th day of May, 1919.
J. N. SMEIIEY,
1)y. Clerk District Court.
Taken up. near G(ibsaiud, hy 4. ,\.
Burns, anld elt ayed biefore me on the
13th 'lny of hMay. 1919, one bh*L
hlors, lnille, with o'Ire, oil left llhint
nukle. Appraised at $2t.0I. Th'
owler is herelty inotiti.l 1t cmle f ir
ward, prove OWtlershilp anlld pty
challrges. or said mule will be sold onf
17th day of June, 1919
at pulblic' antil'n at th front of Cli.
ollihe of the J.)tic~e of the Pea'Ce, at
Glh(;hiad. La. -
This May 15th, 1919.
W. H. LA'ZA/.RU,
S-3t. Justice of the Pea.:
* FOSTER R. TAYLOR *
* Lawyer and Notary *
" Surety Bonds *
" Oce on Court Houe Hill *
* Areai, . * * * Louisiana '
* W. D. Ooff Bertram Barnette '
* GOFF & BARNETTB *
* Atterneys at Law *
* Practice in' State and
* Federal Courts *
S O~ffee near Court House '
* Areadia, Lou~lbna *
* J. T. REEVES *
* Attorney at Law *
* Office in Court House *
* Areadia, La. *