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GENUINE FORD PARTS
Ir tis time to replace the worn parts in your FORD,
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We carry a complete line of
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INNER TUBES, Etc.
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Don't delay planting the fall garden,
advisea Miss Ola Orerbey, garden
specialist, Extension Division, Louis.
lana State University. There is ne
better or quicker way for the averag
family to cut down the high cost o;'
living than to have an abundance of
hon,Ž grown vegetables, to say nothing
of the health and' pleasure that go witi°
The little plants that have already
been started fixrd all the moisture
they can get, so be sure to keep up a
dust mulch around them. These warm
days are tho most critical ones for
such plants and to niegct the pope'
care of them may be fatal. Cultivate
while moisture is in the ground; no
after it has dried out.
f'ontinue to plant collards, cabbage
turnips and onion sets. Also plant let
tucw. onioIn sts, radishes, beets ane'
spinach. First thing you know you
garden and your table will be the envy
of all your. neighbors.
FOR SALE--FORD ROADSTER in
fine repair; four good tires; Hassler
shock absorbers. Will sell cheap for
cash. 1918 model. O. 0. ROBERTS,
9-18-19. Ansley, La.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
I have just received the following
communication from the State De
partment of Education at Baton
"I have agreed to issue temporary
certificates to former teachers who fall
in the following class:
1. Age, twenty-five years or above
2. Teaching experience, three years
3. Certificates-held a valid Louis.
lana certificate during the period of
his or her teaching.
T. H. HARRIS, Supt.
We will need a few teachers for
the schools of Bienville parish and if
any former teachers, whose certificate
has expired, and who desires a tem
porary certificate, if thy will write
me giving the. necessary data I will
have .the department issue to them a
certificate. Very truly,
E. H. FISHER.
RENEW .YOUR SUBSCRlI'TION
TO THE DEMOCRAT.
Mr. 3 A. ('ole *as a visitor tofo
er last weeek.
Mr. T. J. Madden of Heflin, visiteC
relatives here Wednesday.
Mr. W. A. Cole of IBryceland, i:
the guests of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ('ole and Ford
Cole motored to ('astor Wednesday.
Messrs. John and Dave Gulce ,er(
business visitors to Gibsland Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. W. IL. Garrett of Sut
tows Mill, were the week-ýnd guests
of Mrs. Laura role.
Messrs. J. W. Bet,el and John
Thomas Gray, of Bryceland, we1¶. vis.
Itors hero this week.
Mrs. Alice Barns and little daughtei
Ruby, of Spring 1ill, are the guests o
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. ('row and family.
Before me the unaers~gned Justice
of the Peace, by Wallace Rogers, near
Saline, La., one light bay mare mule,
with black mane and tall and stripped
legs, eeghing about 800 lbs., and
about 15 years old. Unless owner
comes, proves property and pays all
costs, this said mule will be sold to
the last and highest bidder on
Saturday, September ZO, 1919
at 11:00 o'clock a. m., at the office of
R. E. Easley, J. P. Terms of sale cash
with benefit of appraisement.
This August 12, I919.
It. E. EASLEY, J. P.
I, Ed Lard, convicted of assualt to
rape on March 14, 1918, am applying
for a pardon, ED LARD,
An Ordinance Providing for a Levy of
Taxes on all Property Within the
Corporate Limits of the Town of
Arcadia, Louisiana, to Defray the Ex
penses of. the Toivra of Arcadia
Louisiana, for the Ensuing Fiscal
See. 1. Be It Ordained by the May
or and Board of Aldermen, of the
Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, In regu
lar session convened, that FIVE mills
on each dollar of the assessed valua
tion of all property within the corpor.
ate limits of the Town of Arcadia.
Louisiana, is hereby levied as an ad
valorelu tax. said tax to become due
and collectible, become delinquent anO
liable fair penalties as provided by law
for State and Parish taxes in such
This done, passed and signed, in
regular session on this the 2nd day
of 8epItituber, A. D., 1919.
BERtTRAM F. BARNET[TE.
SLEO 1)ANIEL, MIayor.
For the ordlinance: Leo Daniel, E.
H. Fisher, J. 8. McConathy.
Against the Ordinance: ,None.
There being no further business the
meeting stood adjourned until next
This the 2nid day Qf Sept., 1919.
BERTRAM F. BARNETT'E,
LEO DJAXIELf, Mayor.
1, the underslgne cornicted ol
burglary and larceny on October 25th,
1918, am applying for a parole.
23-St. MANUEL HEWITT.
WANTED.--9 cords of 2 ft. wood.
--Apply at DEMOCRAT OFFICE.
Bargaein House and Lot
Splendid' six room house In Ar."
cadla, located on lot 130 x 150 feet
laht good nelgllborhood. Two .good,
ivei!s an a ood throo eom tesi.
bar anid otho 0uthous..•
This Is a weil Improved property,
and v bargain, Will sel1 for cash
or on terms, Apply~to 4
. Arcadia, Louisiana
Ready to Use
Plevent°90% of all Punctures
£conomp and Luwjrp Comnbined
hid prive hes.
I\SLAND MS `
r. L. M. Phillips spent Friday in
Mrs. Steve Oelen was a visitor to
i:reveftnr. last week.
Mr. C. A. Berry lin. retturnd from a
'jisiness trip to St. Iouis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ('arter s.lx'nt a
few days last week w. tl bomefolks at
Miss Ernestine i'urri# of Are.' dia,
has been a rev';ant guest of Miss (ýlady
Miss Myrtle JToneps spent .W, r!i
days last week visiting relis t ices i
Misses hazel Parnell ani (1vhuni&
Winn have returned to the Normal at
Miss ])ale ('argill, who has a posi
tion in South Louisiatia, Is spending
this week at home.
Fonts Moreland, a former (ihsland
boy, but now of New Orelans, was a
visitor here this week.
Messrs. A. B. Hortman, H. A. Sher
man and L. W. Baker are business vis
itors to New Orleans this week.
The Misses Copeland of Taylor, have
returned to attend school and are at
home with Mr. and Mrs. «'. 'rT. Baker.
Mr. Blanchard Hamner and mother.
Msr. W. C. Hamner, have returned I
from their summer visit to LaN'eria, I
The revival services began at the
Baptist church Monday evening. Rev.
Bollin, of Ruston is assisting 11ev. Mc
Cait it the meeting.
Mrs. W. L. Kidd hail as her guests
last week, her sister, IMrs. Wafer, of
near Campti, and neice, Mrs. Frank
Roberson of Homer.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes are en
joying a visit front their children from
Dallas. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Rhodes and Miss Mamie Rhodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Taylor went to
Arcadia Sunday morning and there
joined Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Bryan, for
an auto trip to the Homer oil fields.
Schlool opened Monday with a good
attendance. 240. pupils were enrolled
amt there are maIniy more to enter.
Only one new mlember, Miss Drago:of
New Orleans was added to the faculty.
Little Miss Mary .;race Cohin left
Monday for LaF'eri,, Texas to spend
the winter with her sister. Mrs. 1)ora
C'alvin McNeil. and will attend school
there. S hite was al'conipa ulied as far
its Sllreveport b~y her brother. Rlohrt
('olvin, anti joined there by Mrs. Mc
Millan and Miss Alva V. MeMillan for
the remainder of the trip.
The following young ladies of Gibs
land, left last week to teach else
where: Miass. Irma lradwell, to D"
[litider: Miss leonam Whirhey, to ILud.
iiington ; Miss Alitie (olvint to Waver
ly ; Miss Leola ('argill, to Bienville:
Miss Edith Martin, to L~iberty Hill
Miss Vortez Kidd, to C'astor: Miss
Miss Mabel Gired to Bryceland; and
Miss .Letyr Bridges to Caddo parish.
Mrs. int Stall has the sympathly
of friends In the loss of her brother
George Prothro, who died at his home
ini Tayloyd Friday morning, after suf
fering af ~ten days~ from typhoid
fever. 'the ;remains 4re calrried t(
Hallsville. Texas for burial. Mrs.
Stall accompanied other members of
the family on thils sad mission.
Applyr few" drops then lift sor;
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone- on all aching corn, Instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a
few cents atl any drug store, but is suf
ficient to remove every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toes, and the
calluses, without soreness or irritation.
Freezone is the sensational discovery
of a Cincinnati genius. It is won
SPRAY FALl, VEGETABLES
FOR PLAN LICE
Fall turn'ips, mustard, aind radishes
are oftefi seriouslyv Injuredi by plant
lice or apjhids in Louisiana. Injury I,
doine to the leaves. ('1 ,the ull~erside;
of which rthe Iniscts often develop to
such Ilumler as to completely cover th(
For the control ot tfils pest nothinj
has beecn found that give sbetter results
than spr'aying, acording to Tilos. H
Joneab entomological assistant, lU. S. T)e
partment of Agriculture, at the Louis
lanas State U'niversity. The underside:
of the leaves should lie examined fron
time to ttmb and spraying done as soon
as the plsant lice appear. Later spray.
lags are often necessary as the winge(1
forms fly to the plants from othe',
food pinats. S~praying when the un
deraides of the leaves are covered witi'
aphids is usually a waste of time and
money as the damage has already
One of the best mixtures to use th
made up at the rate of 1 14 teaspoon
ful nicotine sulphate and an inch cube
of laundry soap to each gallon of water.
Cut the soap in!to thin slices and dis
!lve it In pllt of the water, heated t
•ai!0pt ;tbe boiling point. Then add re
uialadero fwatec and the nicotine suI
te sod*l stir tboi'ouhly,. .
ipg'it, is necessary to wet
sprne ',17.1 ' 'ed af' strayer. o01
lirr'l si o, ' ipFpll i ith anglked
no zle for ,+aching the tmndersides of
the Jeaves, ;Ixnulb he used. Plants In
rows can he irr, easily sprayed that
those from seed ' hbnted lroad(,ast.
To sum ulp -f sa yIng is done earl'
Hand the aphit4 wet with the spray the;
may he unecessfiully c(r+trolled.
"YOU WILL HARI)LY KNOW MEf
WHEN WE MEET AGAIN; FOR I
I A.M ;ET'rNG WELL," HE 11
O)Ie of the lal ! :lllliu l ti i u 1 l. t i. 'I.
of leadlers (of thought ;i11d 1a'i i'n who.
have oaii'o forward witl their unlluali
lied ell&or.seient of Tuilae is the litliflu'
of liton. Franik V. Evans. former May. I
or of Birmingham, Ala., ex-State Ex
amluiner of lPulie A.eounts of Aahat ma
1and(1 at one timte editor of one of tlh
Soutlh's greatest newspapers, The Bir
Writing to a peruuonal friend in At. f
lanta Mr. Evans says: 0
Birmingham. Ala., Feb. 2.
"* * * * * * By the way, you will
hardly know mni when we meet again. f
because I am getting so well anl
strong again. As I told you while in 1
Atlanta last month, I have Ieent suf
fering a long timae with gastritis, as ~
the doctors call it--really disordered I
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aI tomach with cons,
pains in the shoulder
ing, heartburn, lo.s o.
sleep, and fainting spi,
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"O)ne w(ek ago : ilpol
tion of friends who had t.
(iiloe, I purll'chased ol I(lhot I
anl began taking it. `ii 'e
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beli''ve I am going to get wrfe
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a'l' ' is sold In Area
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O1AC(HITA FARME" '.
t(uanchta parish farmers f
for better sheep, B. M. Jack
demonostration agent, reportb.
operative carload of W f'aterL
ewes, registered rams and six
tered ewes have been orderer4
'T'h profit to be made in wool'
lanlhs, the small amount of d
amlllig the flocks ani the de
ravages of dogs are the main ca
of this renewed interest in the
industry, says, Mr. Jackson."