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mer Davies visited Vicksburg;
ootre sipent the week-end In
Ihurla ltobinson and little
are viiting in Shreveport.
ern Mirrow of IliCo, is visit.
lunt, Mrs. Frank Taylor and
dcock visited homefolks at
st Friday and attended the
i Mrs. L,. T. Langston of
re guests of their mother
tuda Ieynolds has returned
tl'g4o I'niversity where she
ary Stuart has been a re
t of her sister, Mrs. Oscar
Hermle Runge visited her
rs. Greer (Ethel Hamner), at i
ary Philips, of Shreveport, is
of her relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
age andl family.
teo Daniel enjoyed a recent
in her' mother, Mrs. J. 1)D.
of Mt. Lebanon.
bert toodwin of Shreveport,
guest of his mother, Mrs.
win, hlst Sunday.
Jap ('ook and Lonnie Bail I
mestowln, transaeted busIness
rish eapital Monday.
S. . tkinson and daughters,
tie Claire of Texarkana, are l
Dr. and Mrs. Atkinson. i
nle C'rowson was among the (
o Ruston last week, to see
kford in "Daddy Longlegs."
lartin and little daughter
Shreveport, are visiting Mr.
J. iash Wimberly anid fam-!
iudson and baby are visiting
rsville, and will probably vla
1 other places before return
drews, while en route to Dal
in, last week, stopped off to
sister, Mrs. J. W. Allen for
Lizzie May Jackson visited
ast week, exwecting to stay a
t was called home aon account
Sin (he family,
lavis ('askey &nuthern, who
visiting her parents, Mr. and I
Y. C(askey, for sometime, has
to her home in Monticello,
d Mrs. W. . Hlowell had as t
STuesdayl, Rev. Thtos. ,aires. I
oe, who had been 'to see his a
, Mrs. Robert Hill of Tyler. I
Tea Glasses, Coasters, 'Compotes. Water
hers and a nice assortment of the Celebrated
uality Brand" Aluminum.
e have an assorted stock of the things that will
ee your kitchen a comfort instead of a bore in
In and let us show you.
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rg Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Robinson have
had as guests, Mrs. (;ladney Fortson
of (Granid Bayou, Mr. atnd Mrs. Shaw
In and family of Shreveport, and Miss
r' Mr. Ernest Brown, who has been
in the oil fields of ('addo and Rled Riv
er parishes for some time, arrived in
Arcadia to visit his mother, Mrs. Laura
Brown, a few days ago.
t Mrs. F. E. Mays and daughter. Mary.
of Ruston, accompanied Miss Fannie
('rowson home on last Friday even
ing and have been the guests of Mr.
tf and Mrs. A. L. ('rowson.
Mr. and Mrs. i'. A. Tooke had the
pleasure of a brief visit from their
d sister. Mrs. Tom Tooke. who remained
e from Thursday until Friday, en route
th Lake Providence to visit Mrs. Gussle
r Dr. and Mrs. ('laud Verguson have
as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruint
rmel and daughter, Miss Eloise, of
t Waldo. Ark. They came in their tour
Ilg car and enjoyed the trip very
Mrs. Lauura Brown will .leave this
week to visit her daughter. Mrs. Ruby
Crownritch of Ft. 'Worth, Texas. Mrs.
t Brown has been in poor health for
,some time and it is hoped that the
change will benefit her.
Mrs. W. D. Golf, who is enjoying her
stay at Hot Springs. has commenced
taking' the course of baths, which are
Iprescribed to every visitor there. and
she and Billy will no doubt feel much
recuperated from their trip.
aMrs. Vivian Daniel and Miss Myrta
t)aniel entertained at a picnic on the
Slawn of Mrs. Daniel's home on Monday
evening. A good many invited guests
carried lunch and all hid a good time.
Victrola music was an added pleasure.
The many friends of Mr. Malcolm
Currie, who has been in military serv
ice at Camp Bowie, Texas, for the past
several mouths. are delighted to see
him at home again. He arrived last
Tuesday and is looking extremely well.
Misses Jessie Fay Sherard and luda
Reynolds entertained on Monday even.
ing at a swimming party, at the
Blanton Theus pond. Sandwlihes
were served after which the party went
to the Modern Pharmacy and dane- 1
Big!'Strong and Progressive-will.
ing at all times to listen to your
propositiotl. When your hanklng bsi
ness is with us, you know you are
with a strong bank that has the
money to handle your account. The
I First National Bank of Arcadia.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Daniel havw.*
hadl as guests, Mlrs. I)Daniel's sister,,
Mrs. Pennington and three little daugh-'
Sters, of spencer. While here Mrs. Dan
let was hostess for her young guests
I at a pleasant enti~tainmenlt and num
( er of little follts were present and en
joyed the out-door games on the lawn
Sandwiches, cake and lee cream cones
Mr. and Mrs. It. D Sitms visited I
Shreveport on Thursday and Friday.
Miss Inez Baker of Homer. was a
guest of .1esdanmes Taylor and Aycock
last week. She has recently returned
from the State Normal at Natchi
Mrs. J1. A. Odenl and son, Jack, of
tn Shreveport, came over for the grave
' yard working last Friday, and have
s been with Mr. and Mrs. O. 1). Auld
since. Mrs. (Oden and Mrs. Auld will
visit Mrs. Grayson Guthrie li Monroe
Mn Mr. Paui Madden of Shreveport, ac
a companied by his friend, Mr. Earl
Wliloughby came over on Satturday
night and remained until Sunday
Seveting. He drove their handsome
.e new Hupmohile over and wentt back
i- on the traitn.
MIr. I,. 11. C'ook and Miss Annie
Laurie '(ook of Itilgtgol, were guests
e of Mr. alnd Mrs. S. A. C(ook between
r tratins Monday. while ell route to
dl )elhi, where they will e, the guests
e of Mr. and Mrs. M1. A. Neal andl Mr.
e and Mrs. J. A. Neal.
Friday evening the Boy Scouts with
their leader. 1Rev. '. . orda. Jordan. had
a'meeting at thie Scout Hall and quite
ia large crowd was present. Some imn. I
portalit business was attended to.
The boys decided to organize a base
hall team and met on Monday to prac
We are glad indeed to report that
J. E.R 'urrie is improving fromn at
serious atttack of pneumonia contract- i
ed since his return from Texas. He I
has the best care from Dr. Ben Fergu- 1
son and a trained nurse. nid it is I
holied that he will soon be entirely out
Rush Wimberly celebrated the. 13th
anniversary of his birthday on Mon
day, and a large anumber of his friends
were invited( and enjoyed it with him. I
Various games were played out doors
and in doors. Refreshments consisting a
of cake. candy, gum, ice cream cones E
and watermelon were served.
Money! Money! Money! Yes, lots V
of it! Never in the history of tl. s
hank has there been so much actual
cash in our bank at this time of the
year. If you have money; deposit t
with us. If you want to borrow it;
conme tI, us.-The First National Batik
of Arcadia. i
The friends of Mr. Marvin GIreer. 5
were distressed to learntof the terrible "
acecldent that befell him last week, e
itwhen he from the derrick on whlich he l
was working, and bothl limbs were o
broken, and his hip dislocated, Ile is
in the Hlghlatd Sanitariumu in hlbrovo
port and resting very well considering
his serious condltion.
Friends here of Mrs., Corinne Head,
'FLho was once a resident of Arcadia,
were grieved to learn of her death in
Shreveport on Monday. 'The remains
were Interred in Mansfield, her for.
mer home, Mrs. HUead wa a widow
of the Mr, (eo, lHead( whoso deathI
occured in Arcadia several years ago,
A son, Mr. Will Head, aid 4 daughter
Miss Martha Head, survive.
Every emplh)yee of this bank has
had years of special training to fit
them for handling your business, and
when it is with us, it's with peoIple
,who know how to do things. Irop in
Sad( talk it ovei with tie, We know
your wat8s ani want your business.
THU FIRST NATIONAY BANK OF
A very pleasant eutertaliument war
that given on Tuesday by Mras. Travis'
Sunday School class in the Crowson
pasture. Tile young latiet tivited
their boy frieCfQ and Mfrs Travis and
Mia8i Myrt' Daudel chaperoned them.
A splendid picnic dinqer was spread
on the grass and there was every
thing good to eat and iced tea to
,ltem~ of interest that was by
some meaus overlooked ast week,
was the orgapnization of a amusaic club
of. the Julior eambera of Mrs. Ellie
SHowel's ass. 'The namae of the club
was chosen to honor the French corn.
poser, Woulod. The olers a e preq*i
dent, Miss V'irginia Browin and secre
tary, ises car-hiue uS. rpy , and they ,
meet mou Stb~. s~agThem b4o h
cIte ~~"""""~ li~
es ings. tell stories and otherwise enjoy
themselves. Mrs. Howell carrited
thent to the Modern Pharmacy and
treated them to ice cream c(ones. The
children seem quite enthusiastic, and
" it will be quite an education in a way.
ed Messrs. J. HI. King, one of Ward
Ii-7 -'s poptilar and successful business
men. and Mr. J. D. ('ohtlell, candidate
for assessor, spent Monday and Tues.
f day here looking after their respective
SInterests. Both were welcome callers
se at this office and the editor thanks
li both for nice order for job printing.
IMr. ('olwell's ailluouncement appears
) in this issue.
Mr. John Vernon. a popular mer
chant of liberty Hill, La., accomplan
rl led by Mr. F. I). Vernon, of Quitman,
7 motored over Monday and tralisacted
ul business at. the courthouse. The for
me mer left with us ia nice order for
tatilonery, while the latter had us
hinee his iamne on our subscripltion
kI list. They report crop conditilols iln
s their respectire c(Ioniunllities its being
' J. A. lryan of llryrclillnd, who is a I
(llandidalte for Assessor, was here Tues
day in the interest of his caipintigl.
Hle states that lie is recelving prom
1 ises of support from maiy sections of
d the parish that are very gratifying,
c anli expects to wage a vigorous 'aili
n. paiign froim now until the election. lH
expects to make his formal announce
melit in thIle ar future.
Look at our Capital, Surplus and
Stockholders' Liability ; we rank A-l. I
t It may be a little invonvenient to haive I
is to send your dihposits by mail, hut the i
mall comes every day, and we are t
e right on the job to attend to it. You v
- have absolute security for every dol- a
s hir Intrusted in this bank. 1'udler the v
t supervision of the I'. S. Government. A
-The First National Bank of Arcadia. t
S On Saturday afternoon at'six.tlilliy
Mrs. B. A. Brewer and Mr's. Bobl
Ioft' entertained the young friends of
Ralph, Louise and. Mildred Goff and
lGeo. Brewer. on the bl iutiful lawn
at Mrs. Brewer's home. Games that e
are so popular with all children were Ii
enjoyed. anid last but not least, ealme
the serving of ie creaml andi cake, and I
watermelon. The hostesses were as- I
c sisted by Mrs. Carl (olff. i
MiNss Mary Madden, entertained one a
evening last week in compliment to
Miss Leslie Young of Yoakulms, Teo.ls.
who wits the guest oft her'au ut, Mrs.
Harp and famitly. The guosts on aIr
riving wore lservtedl dlellous frult
punlh. Various entertaining games
were played, alnd thlie hostess and sev
eracl of the guest4, contrlbuted to the
pleasure of the evening with musical
oumbers. liefreshments were Yppv'',
Thorse from herOO who went to Rus
tqi last Friday tosee the motlon pie
ture play featuring Miary Pickford lp
"Uaddy JLonglgs," were: \Ieosdames
Hiarrell, Woodman, C('laud Ferguson
Ben Ferguson, White, Brewer, RI. D.
Stuart, D . E. Brown. Carl (Go, OH
pers; Misses Pawneo Glover, Vern
Lyons, Lois Twhrulton, tesle Brown,
til4 la #t 'aperls, Lenolr Capers,
Elizabeth LUnliaUI, Dlalsy Auld. "ir.
ginla White, Heloi CaIp w5. Virgiunia
Brown, Loulee a1UM lldred Goff, Hlugh
('rowsni, (Curlis ILyois, Italph Goff,
Burnside Capers. George Brewer, Fred
Pl'entecost and Rlush Wimberly.
Miss Charlie T. Butler, was hostess,
at a lovely eutettaiumont last Wednes
Ant prepared to take care of
lowy~ or tight Hauling.
Will'l Ol 011 Derricks or
iny other kind of heavy
lhahilnery or material.
Leave orders with
PL 0. coLUNswoRTII
y day afternoon at the hole of Mr.
rl Jlad MIrs. Henry Butler, in honor of
11 Misses Lelia and Shirley Fuller. who
e are guests of their aunt. Mrs. Foster
iI it. Taylor. Hearts was the spirited
.game that enlivened the Inour and there
were six tables. The, hostess. assisted
by her sisters, Misses Zudle and Lilla
VIae Butler and Mesdames Robert and
Henry Butler. served delicious refresh.
llellts of tomatoes stuffed with tuna
salad, olives, erackers and ten, followed
by ice cream and cake.
Areadla has certainly had her share ]
of visitors this summer, anlld it has s
addted( no little to the gayety alid life 1
of our little city. They have been 1
"dined and winted," and feted general.
ly, each having been entertailed by
her hostess il manly pleasant ways.
onlle of the most delightful swimuming
parties of tihe week was that given 1
last Frhday evening by Mrs. C'. A
Tooke, assisted by her sisters. Misses
lHermie atod Maltie Runge in compli. '
Iment to Iheir house guest, Miss MaryI
Philips. of Shreveport. Saldwichles, t
iced tea and eatke were served by the
hostesses. Mesdalmes II. L. Runge andl
Pollard Williams assisted in the
'Thie Baptist W. M. S., (Ch'Ire No. 2.
entertainedl the other circles last
Thursday afternoon lit a devotional
and social meeting. The following in
teresting program was rendered: De
votiinal exercises conducted by Mliss
Myrta Daniel; Paper on Prayer by
Mrs. ('. ('. Travis: Instrumental solo
by Miss LasnVerne Fowler: Paper on
Faith by Mrs. Leo Daniel: Instrument
Itl solo by l)orothy IDens. A\ very hl
teresting part of the devotional exer
tise was a talk by Mrs. It. E. Davls,
as:sociati lal superintendent. Hler talk
was very much enjoyed. At thie our.
,elusion of the programi chltket sllad,
tomatoes with )mi,'anlIse, ('rnekers,
phtkles Iand iCedt ten were served. Xe
lectiols on the Vietrola were enjoyed.
The nleeting was held at the home of
Mrs. Leo Dauiel.
()ne, of the happiest occasions re,
cently enjoyed In Arcadia, was the
barlecue and plcnic given as a reuntiw
of frie!lds to welcome home t1J) three
Hightower boys, who Were in serv'ie.
Erneist having beer in t)verseas serv
ice: Alywn at ('411~np t'vem, amd I
'lIgin at ('altlp lowet, All are safe
at hiomte and it Is a great joy to their
teielhia to have tIheta. The barbecme
was at the home of lind Mrs. J. W:
Allen andl the delightful dinner was
served in pini style. liarbeeued mut.
toit, bef, chickenl. pl'kles, bread, stuff
ed( tomatoes, iledi tea, eako and ice
('ream were some of the good "eats"
enjoyed. Tho, rasnt were.: 1eNsrs.
Low Sloe learance
With no regard.for the fact that Shoe
prices are going higher every day,
we have marked our Low Shoes at
Fashioned solidly throughout of selected leathers over
new style lasts; close fitting around the ankle, these
Low Shoes are plus values at the regular price. Take
advantage of the splendid savings you can make if you
buy during the Clearance.
J. L. McClellan
Philip and (len .\Alers. ('ody ('in.u
f tings, Dr. Curtis Williams, Bill (,rigs.
Sby, I)r. Burton, Felston a1d I( iteggie
llighto wer, the three honiorees, Mes
I srs. Alwyn,d rnest aid Elgin Iligh tow~
er: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hightower, Mr.
I and Mrs. Houston. Mr. 11and Mrs. .Joe
Andlrews Mrs. 3I Atkinson, Mrs. B. S.
I Atkinson and Miss Annie ila l re Atkin
son, Mr. alnd Mrs. Allen's famnily.
If your aplipetite is poor alld your
stomach and bowels are out of order
the remedy you need is Prickly Ash
Bitters. It cleanses the system of l!l
ilouns impurities, sharpens the appetite
lld mankes a mlan feel line. Price $1.25
per bottle. City Drug Co., Special
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Do your best and you'll go forward.
You're not doing your best if you are
not buying War Savings Stamps.
If you feel "blue," "No accouint," lazy.
you ineed a good cleaning out. IIERl
BINE. is the right thing for that pur
iiose. It stimulates the liver, tones up
1ti1 stoma('lch anid purllies the bowels
Price 60e. Sold by Modern Pharnmacy.
THE RED BALD
THE PEACE TREATY IS SIGNED
--But Yfu Can't Have Peace
!hnless your family is fully protected.
By paying only $2.75 you can join our Home
Company and be protected.
(1) against death (2) against disability. By
paying 65c at the death, of one of the members
.you help your neighbor as well as your own fam
-GET PROTECTION AT HOME AND HAVE PEACE WITH THE WORLD'
Bienville Parish Mutual Protective Association
P. E. BROWN, Secretary
le Succession of I)an Ashley, deceilsed.
No. (;i Pro'l'bate lDocket, Third
.ludiceial IDistrict Court, Bienvillec
"- Parish, La.
r. IUnder and by virtue of a commission
Sissuedl out of the anlove 1l1llm1[ lionor
able C'ourt, alnd to ilme directed, I will
SofTer for sale to the last and highest
bidder for (cJlah, subject to appraise
Uliitt, ill acordlaine with law, at the
prI)liltal front d(IIr of the courthouse,
Iat Arceadia. Bienville Parish, La., with
in legal sale hours on
r SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919
the following descrlbed property to.
c E 1.2 of NE 1.4, less one acre See.
15; andll ten acres In SE corner of 8I1l
1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec. 22, Tp, 16, N. It
10) W. Also 2 mules, 1 stallion. 2
cows allndl eialres, one lot household
gooºls, onle elue mill.
1. All of tIhe alove property will be
e sold ais belonging to the succession of
Dan Ashley, ecealsed. and for tlhe
purpose of paying the debts of said sue.
This the 10thl day of July, 19119.
J. E. ('I'tIIIIIE, Sherill.
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This is to give notlle ito t11hi plicie
tilld to every persnl It lolictelle thait, lithe
partnership hieretofore iIxting lletWtei
iW. II. ialld W. P. \Willials undler the
lillae of Wiillills Brothers, locrllatefi at
Areladih, Loulisniall. lilts hlel muutually
dissolved. \. 11. W llian.i ia-uiie, a il
olliga4tiolns (tlit .y sa( ll p:rl'itnrship alid
W. P. W'illlans is Iio lo ger cvuncwted
il anly way with saltue.
This July 1, 1919.
W, 1l, WII,,IAM. .
\ .P. WILLIAAS.
NOTICE OF EXAMINATION -
The regular exialtiniation forr Teatch.
ers' I'ertifieates will lhe heldi (io Au,.
4. 5 aind 6 for wltiti's itd on Aug.
7. 8 alnd I) for nlegroes.
E. II. FISHER, ?<npt.