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ý . re t )IS I s ailT w
on tbe:ahote Clerk. Sal.
t-m Mayor: be in substs
ý19 ,ý by ýg ,~ UNITgER
I fo01owlugl Pý
B. A. C "wlteh meetiui, ELECTRIC
ý , Eti eM] No .. ..........
" con1e Ut t ter a~ o; KNOW
o as follows: in, in the
* ",nee, J. 8. McConathy of lnouisia
* nd leo Daniel. toe receIvE
" 4inace, None. to BEA~t1
" nee is in words an' Dollars; it
*3"'DINAXCE aa h
t he Issuance of bond: ° at th
n of 'rwenty TlomUsan' payable
ollars .for the purpose o days of F
nd Constt'eCtlng a water sentatyon
S eleetrt e light system In and c oupa llS
Town of Arcadit, State o: coupsature
?, and fudling, stttll, askb asnd Ctere
ng for the paymenttof saido said gon lr
Inuelpl and Interest a por due. s B
avails of the general llw( this e)lx1o
"ivied and to be levied 1 ii of
sa.W town for the year of Ar of
both Inclusive: and pr e
the sale of said bondsa. th aptu
:the Mayor aid Boar a
.of the Tow,, of Areadir Th b
r opted at Its callen(ieT 1 b
g i 'July ý 12, 1919, am eC
in the Blenvllle Demo,
ofla. Journal of tlhe Towr the fug
In the Issues of jnly 17th itld con
;ad', 1y 81st, 1919, given ele
attientiOn at the presenl' elecric
" i-bonds in the amounl' (oflIiil
,raeter hereinafter prr a l
t purpose of purchas
thug a waterworks tll, ac
h system in and fo atueldlc
. cadlai, and of its Il- General
for the payment o. Novena~
Ipj'epal and interest a d
jnature the surplus of adopted
':o Twenty-sevell Hun-~Allem
cillars per annum, o day of
titutlonal tax of saW of Aug
off..the years 1919 t, of rehy
all in aec.ordaile( full fal
1n amd statutes o f
J lana; and, teret I
i. budget of probablI t
tow' of Arcadia to: claret
fomh all sources. ex
and waterwork pae
ble budget 'of x Boare
.i connectlon with lug, se
teraorks plant, of sup,
year' 1919, hereto three
Mayor and Boars' nr ta
r ' Town, is as fol
Sforun ts e
S " ........4. ,000.0' .
....:, " 500).Og.
i... ....'o'"..... ofA
... ,.................... 2 i.0 t
'. les.......... 10.0C tre
..,+ ................... 1,000.00
"SIX5..........~ 250.& a
.Sk' the payment of o
$d otdiuary charges of o
4l..e Yeav 1919 is th, we
- Ihwdre and Fity at
.and apon @onshlera Ae
thel lve mill .general te
nthe eum of Nine flun
.Dou'5 only. or' th,
''3 ses of 0110 all
:5 ~itgeneral+ tr
!.Vaqa stultodf. d LIn
b lU~ve, elgt b ThraI
null t at toie d fo *eS(
i.' .mll mx o cml
IIS atr revieh i of * the '
eahof the yeuiars n of f R
Stb Iulsiv*, i nttisonseofat av
QatI that tn. wau I f o f 5
W.I bond ther avail noft
,,m ill tax1 town Arld .'
.4hwiho rm the eqivlet thene
l/freneu and s.dvleibti,
• utl, tn~rddtal I n
Ofl Aloderme to purld hi
ei i t ruet I n. andh forp s tnw
flg tystenaud ther eare no
ktora'u , sad tow hulfcen tro
(Itin uo.uty and delivisat,.
ibo tI, t1019, detand Isueb',
tfundso asu purposes: now
:e 1 NiT OP .NI BoYt
~ X 1 8 N B tR 0'A
. W~d Dr~rr. J. I
:.0p6ilE gii `ad. o ý ishall bý end with hi
sI**4d by the Mayor of `Town of
hd1 and shall be estea by the Mr. Rober
Clerk of the Board ldermel of in Ring
sid Town, providedthat the interest is ar
COUpons may be Mithenticated by the day to visit
facienle signatures of said Mayor and
Olerk. Said buds and coupons shall Miss Jess
be in substal$ally the following form: tend the St
UN1TE,! STATES OF AMERI1CA A little
ST¶ATE OF LOUISIANA Mr. and M
Parish of Bienville iigfht.
Town of Arcadia Mr. and
ELECTRIC LIGhIT AND WATEIR Shrevelport
/ OIK 13SU
1 WORKS BONDS week.
(2nd Series)" Mrs. J.
,Ih No .............$ýý ;tua
I KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE with her
; itýº, That the Town of Arcad cadta.
in, in the Parish of Bienville, State
y' of Louisiana, is indebtedl, and, for val- Miss ,
uie received, hereby proitises to pay Junior B.
to BIEAItEIt Five hundred ($500.00) nn
i Dollar' lawful money of the United Mr. J. 1
States of America, on the tirst day of igglhl t
February, 19....-. withiulterest there- with friea
on at the rate of live per cent. pe
1: annum from date hereof until pai Miss M
o payable semillannually, on the flrstake up
0 days of February and August, on pre- school nel
"r sentaition and surrender of the annexed
Scoupons bearing facsimiles of the . Mr. H.
ti signatures of the Mayor of said Towl were bus
'lmd Clerk of the Board of Aldermen Frilay al
r of said Town, as they severally becom( Ir. S
rdue. Both principal and interest of S.
1 this bond are due aid payable at tl gu, t in
SotliBe of the Treasurer of the Town Mrs. W.
'of Arcadia at Arcadia, louisianua, or Miss
ir at the (name of bank andi address) a' trop Sat
the option of the holder of this bong the coii
1r and Qf the several interest coupons.
le' This bond is one of a series of Forty Mise
Ie' (1)) bonds of like dlate, tenor and ef- Suu-ty
mfl feet, except as to waturity, issued bI attend ti
the Town of Arcadia, State of Louis- - 1
Th ilana, for the purpose of purchasing lth hou
It n and constructing a waterworks aithe ,lum
Selectric light system in and for th A ms
e nn Town of Arcadia, under and in ful F Mss M
u con.plia ne with the Constitution an t aturdaI
wprr L theo the State of Lulsiana, an[ and frig
ra- c.peehtlly Article 2.1 of the (Constitu
t o ta tend t i tLuen , a~
r tion, Act 191 of 1918, adopted as a The I
o at-endl...t to the Constitution at th picnaic '1
i Gteneral Congressional Election held i o 'clock
ýot November, 1918, and Act 93 of 191t time.
s of and ordinances duly and regular1
-nn adopted by the Mayor end Board o, Mrs.
Aldermen of said Town on the 1th 1of Brs
day of July, 1919, and on the 5th da ihome 1
' of August. 1919, and said Town : last wte
. hereby held and firmly bound and, l its -
`aiic full faith and credit are herbeY Piedg- e(l the
Sed for the payment of jprincipal and in with g
terest thereof at maturlty. n ents
S It is hereby certififtl, rec' ed and de
claredliiit ample provision for tic Mr, t
'e payment of principal and interest here iay a
Sex. of has been made by the Mayor and Sltevel
tBoard of Aldermen of said Town' fund with rc
oith blg, setting aside and dedicating for
t, 0 t such payment. the avails of three an( A In
reto o hree-eighths mills iof the general fiv tist c'h
fot mill tax levied and to be levied in an(' Lawho
ol for the said Town for each of tt 75 Mii
years 1910' to 1928, both inclusive, andl Mr
that all acts, things and conditions re
meats quired to be done, precedent to and in itier, i
the Issuance of tils bond, have ,been
properlW done, have happened, and have ter, 1
ooo.o- been performed, and that the indebted- M
ness of said town does not exceed any for Li
constitutional or statutory limitation. again
IN TESTIUMOiP WHEREOF, we, Take
400.( ,the undersiped Mayor of said Towr
____Of, Arcadia, State of Louisiana, and
Clerk of the.Board, of Aldermen of home
-iadl Town, being duly authorized to Texas
execute this obligation on. behalf of C. E.
,2 00.( said town; have hereunto set our slgua- Jr.
2Otures and affixed the' official seal of
1 said Town pn this the first day of Feb- Mr.
0,0 00' rmayT, 1910. Mesds
250.1 El. H. FISHER, MaYor Protein. in l's
Attest: th h
1,,,0.00 LEO DANIEL, Clerk r.
L100AK (Fores of Coupon) Mit
rges o f On...,.. ... ,....1., the Town, when
of Arcadia, Parish of Blenville, State ladiet
ofb Louisiana, wilt pay :to BEAIR led b
Twelve and 50;1400"($12.50) I)ollasr. w
iskiier lawful money of the United States of
intcoin America, at the, office of the Treasurel lt0
to of said Town, at Arcadia, Louisiana, mon
deral or st (name of bapk and address), at pl
[ the option of the holder hereof, bling Pro.
ae Hun interest then duxe on its Five per cent. Sheb
or tlhectrc Light and WVaterworks Bond, Bul
!nflO Second Series, No ............- ..
SE.II. FIBHER, Mayor Protem.
A Attest: W
liae LEO DPANIEL, Clerk,
-. 2 . B I ORDAINED, e., cu
-. I _. - _ -- _---- 4.above
sn~eigtb That for the-payme t o above
wie for describetl bonds and the interes
truing tlereon, there is heretht Lrre- ly
tod the bcably funded, set aside, pledged and offe
~ dedleated the, sum of Twentyeven 41e51
Hundred ($2,700) Dollars or the
avails of three and three-eights mills al
of the general five mill tax leviead brn
l b to be levied In and for the Town of 8
_' Arcadia; Stlte of Louisiana, for eacl Inc
d rof the years 1019 to ie28, both lnelu
yive, or so much of said Twenty*Sev- ·
Iten Hundred ($2,700) Dollars or of
wnava the ils of said three and three
in. 1 t eights mills as may be necessary; and
fr that Treasurer of the Town of Arcadia
bhal set aside each year as the tau.
il o, of the tolectiots are m~te and paid over to
en to pun him, the avails of three and three
I fe tht (ights mills of the general five mill tf:
roors a R' in a separate trust fund with the fiscal
re are n ot agent of theTown of Arcadia, the same
lsfiden' to be held solely for the payment of
rcost there principal and interest of said bonds
sdvsa bi . BE IT' FUR'HlER ORDAIN
amtl lamu S¢'. ,,.
adta n i ss D, Etc., That the Mayor of the Town
of tArcadia be and he is hereby an
oues; now thorized to make such advertisement of
said btonds for sale as he may deut
INED)BY proper, provided, that they shall bc
D OO Al l sold at not less than par and shall 1)
S O0? AR. offered for sale on sealed bids to b
)UIIANA nreceived at the regular meeting place
Is hereby of the Mayor and Board of Aldermeo,
!have pre after fifteen days advertisement trt
deliver t, said bids, and that each bidder be re
ads of thb quired to accompany his bid Wvith a
lo isisiana . c ertified check fur $500.00 same to be
IIgregate of returned promptly to all omnsuecessful
0) Dollar bidders and to be returned to itne sue
I nnubbeee vceasful bidder upon his taklag and pay
0), boohin illg for said bonds, or to stand for
lloos: Noa. fet ted as -full liquidated danuaga in
an Y 191, 1 the event the successful biddcr shnlU
on tehrnarf fail.to,.'mrry out his agreement to par
th ilnlusive chase sa boids.
. 10 to 13n rql call the members of tht
I . 92 Bard fr Aldermen
~.·oi ~ voted as follows:
ti, both Ayes: 3, b. Mclonathv, A.k L. ow
qB: son,1 Lep.iDanie, C'lerk, g. H. Fsherl
.~~tka~~~i ~ ~ - -'~b·t~tlz -
: .-b*i wr Peuteeest .
d II 1er, Mayor r6a
M/ , . . M. Cook *pent the Week*.
end with his.,pare~tta,.- .
Mr. Robert Nix was a business vlsi- the
tor in Rinuggol Saturday. 'day ml
Miss Mary Lee Thomas left laptE$ri- ls,
day to visit relatives in Shrey/eport. ried out
Miss Jesse Leslie left Mg 5 day to at as str
tend the State Normal a 'atchitoches inrit f
A little 9 poqind boy was born to for Ar
Mr. and h'rs. Julius Wimberly Friday cessful
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Batchelor, of Itev. v
t Shreveport, visited relatives here last instruc
Mrs. J. P. Batchelor returned hom a Judair
10 Saturday after spending a few dayF Richar
E with her niece, Mrs. White, of Ar- fIda
. Miss Joe Thomas entertained the Dr. J.
,y Junior B Y. P. I'., Wednesday after Mrs. I
ed Mr. J. E. ('urrie, of Arcadia, was in the sr
of Ringgold the past week, shaking hand: memol
'e- with friends. the hi
ii Miss Mattie Jones left Thursday to her ol
rst take up her duties as assistant in a Hou
re- school near Delhi. the 1:
he .Mr. T. CH . Cook and Dr. E. C. Cool B A
In were business visitors in Shrevepor' fered
n Friday alnd Saturday. fchol
SMrs. S. D. Mims, of Mindent is th Mr.
guest in the home of her daughter. occas!
LMrs. I . B. W. B. Allums. enjo
01 Miss Virgie Williams left for Bas progr
trop Saturday, where she will teach Mr1
the coming year. Senio
rl Misses Ethel and Hazel Thomas left a gil
Sunday for Chicago, where they will
jb attend the l'nivesity of Chicago. we
Miss Pauline Thomas is visiting in
the home of her. uncle, Dr. C. C.
th Allumas and other relatives here. tone
ful; Miss Elsie Buckner returned home for s
an Saturday from a visit with relatives
an and frinds in Delhi and Port Arthur. tie.
a' The B. Y. P. I. gave a moonlight
th picnic TuesdIa evening from 8 to 11
d i o'clock and all had a most enjoyable
911 . time. 04
J o Mrs. Winfree Bryan and children. ',r
Lt b of Bryceland, were the guests in the lyI
dla home of Mrs. L. B. Cook several daya ha
u i last week. Inha
1 i Miss Lottie Gray Gardner entertain and
idg- ed the little tots Friday afternoon Mal
din with games on the lawn. Refresh He
meats were served. ho
the Mr. and Mrs. Oley Tucker left Fri- Am
here day afternbonu for their home it wa
and Shreveport, after spending several dayi the
fund with relatives'here, hey
an A number of members of the Bap- C
1ive tist church attended the speaking a'
any Lawhon Sunday, in the interest of the soi
th 75 Millionl Campaign. he
18 Mr. Johnston, the state bank exam. fr
SI ner, was in Rlnggold Saturday accom ho
ee in pantied by Mrs. Johnston anud his sisl In
ihav ter, Miss Sunshine Johnston. he
bted- Miss Atie Laurie Gook left Friday
a ny for Lake Providence where she wil
lo n. again be one of the faculty of thi
we, Lake Providence high school.
Sand Miss Mary Lee Thomas returned
enof home Wednesday tro ('ornkicana
te to Texas, accompaniet d by.her sister, Mrs
af of C. E. t'pchurch, iod a ttle son, Claude
f e- Mr. B. Z. Thomas and daughters, o
Mesdames Paul TPeag.well and Lark- bi
t.in P'adgett of Heflii, were rguests I Ila
the hoine of their ilughter aind sister, c
Mrs. E. Page, Fridal' ind saturday', L
Missts anice. W beriy and Alici l
B. Lawson, left Modday for Mansfleld
To wn where they will attend the roung
tate ladies' seminary, they wPere iccoipan.
ER i led by Miss Wlmbevly's father, Dr. F
olla os. F. Wipberly. * s
esItueggold high school opened Monday t
ailana, morning with an enrollment of 15(
ss),at pupils. The. faculty is .compo'se5dl 0
ig Prof. Wiggijs, princtpal; Miss Ermb|'
e rcent Shehee, 1st assistant ; Milies l~'Ir
s Bond Buckner, Joe Thomas'Btunkh Allumr
and Mrs. RuHath Tooke !
Wthen you have an achey, stretchy
feehlig and you are dull, tired andi dis-[
SEt"c .ouraged It Is' a ign of apprvaching
nage i or ehY, shouol act
Sirre ly to ward off atr attack. HEIRBINE
e a otffers you the help, you need. It
tseven~ ilestroys the malarial germ, drives out
"r m all iampatitles and makes you feel
lve ad 1 bright vigorous and cheerful. Price
Tow of 60Oc, Sold by the Modemn Pharmacy,
lor nclu Inc., Druggists.
Fall aid Winer
ble for theseaso -
Me .· fo t h 4. · s ,
Carefulumn ,eg na to offer you these
S:fabri -- o us 1 an arof quality
and at moderate pi S
L an !Oy.-. asrhoe fors
rt "ý;. r vý4. ! . • . '
. y,.* :i" -- " ý r '
11)1(1 the piatrons. At;10:00 oclockD il' ther
day morning before an iasseiblage of l1n1 S
pupils, patrofid, and the business men tral C
of Arcadia, a fitting program was car turl ot
ried out, tin nature of which was sucl . r.of
as stirred up' the enthusiasm of pupils Mr. (
and faculty alike, and evidenced vice-pr
spirit of co-operation which bespeaks Baton
for Arcadia High School the most ue Squire.
cessful term it has ever ' ,njoyed. Th' P e
program was opened by thle singinig o cur
'America" and devotional exercises ibyv Rndec
Rev. W. H. Jordan. Interesting an odei
instructive talks w're made by the fol te llfa
lowing speakers: t.h il
Parish superintellnde t, E. . Fisher : g
, Judge J. E. Reynolds: lion. W'. turn
Richardson: M. . . Collnsworth; li turll
Luda Reynolds in interest of hth l
Alumni Association; Hon. W. I). Gof cos
ic Dr. J. M. Mosely: Mrs. B. A. Brewer onpk
r Mrs. I, Daniel: Itev. W. H. Jordanl otlir
Prof. J. P. Wagner, principal. Iol
Judge Reynolds offered a medal te io:
Iu the scholar who tcould stand the best its ct
i memory test, based on a knowledge o, valua
the history of Blenvilo parish, 0ia the u
who knew personally the greatest nuni of Sc
her of people in the parish, etc.
a Hon. W. D. Goff offered medals for he
the ;i ct attendance record, and Mrs Ted t
oh B. A. Brewer read the names of th Ouch
)rsiness men of Arcadia who had of
fered medals for the best all.arOUInt a
scholar hi each of the grades. anli
l Mrs. J. B. Story contributed to th issue
er. occasion by a vocal solo that was mnuel i'
enjoyed. Mrs. B. Capers and Mis At
Harp also contributed to the muSica tion
pLb Mrs. Leo Daniel ptesentlvl to tha c
Senior C(lass a beantifully bound bible
ei a gift from the W. M. U. will
Heartburn after a hearty meal means erou
weakness in the digestive organs w:ia
Prickly Aih Bitters gives them strength intt
tones up the stomach and purifies th( oit
bowels. It is the remedy that men use Sin(
ine for such disorders. Price $1.25 per bot GR1
or. tie. City Drug Co., Special Agents.
Ig GENERAL PERSHING RETURNSlC
able TO THE UNITED STATES
General John J. Pershing, Command
ren, ',r of the American forces, was fitting
the ly welcomed home Monday, after th
lsyS weary nonths of arduous service whicl
has meant so much to the world. He
landed at 9:00 o'clock in the mornln
ain and was greeted by Vki'-Presiden'
on M0 arshal and Secretary of War, Baker
resh" He came back with four stars on hit
shoulders, the fourth man sinec
Washington to wear them under th(
rAmerican flag. Tltt general's salutt
it was boomed by the forts which guar'
days the inner harbor at New York as th'
Leviathan, once the pride of Germany
Bap- crept past quaranthlle.
g a' General ký,rshing is scteduledl to vis
it Laclede, Mo.. the place of his birth
f the sometime next month, where no doub
he will find many of his boyhoo(
a xm friends still occupying the sam,
h cm houses, and lIrhaps the same statlol
a s ss in life as when he last knew tliem, ant
where a warm welcome awaits thie
w t COMMISSION SALE
Mike Hobdy et als Vs. George Sims, e:
e d als: No. 0750 Civil Docket, Third'
,ann Judielal District Court, Blenvill,"
rs Parish, La.
dude Under and by virtue of a commlssio I
issued out of the above liamed honor
aide Colrt and to me directed, I wilP
ter, oter fok sale to the lost aRm-highest
ar - .bidder for cash in a'ccordance witl u
t in law, at the priielpal front door of th e
ii ',, c ourthouse at Arcadia, Blenville parish, o
ays La., within legal sale hours on
SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1919
lic c the following described 'propety to a
nlfeeld w it: t
4oung NE of NE 1-4, See. 8, 'p. 1,4,N
npa p1 R. 8 W.
r. F The albove desribed property to be E
sold for the purpose of affecting a par I
ofis the 7th day of July, 1919.
S1.5 J. E. CURRIE. Sheriff. I
b y',aloqs iapplcattbhA- the eosiit resell
the dtese~bd portion of the eat.'There 15
Oalt wa to o'ure catarrhal seaness,
, tl i bf t ,oasttltott tlemt .,
trrDeh ata o ithoeaee 1 p tt anl tihe
ied Oe 4 ition of t h1e muc nous jtri*g of
Tnd ,s Wh thi tube Is
t a1 0O110 i-S, tb8 Catatrh Nedi ar Imh
t u wh .tentirely
·9~t anck*S'e", e sfi ' terepa9t. ·tual-e the
nte dcrea tu s u or
PRIRN oesitoree ny toa tso
Sd. u m eaItrr, wlea, to
on' macmed condIton othe mucous surt
ives ou t oaas.EI .OtUlah
ton fel the odon thq, mucoUS surfaces of th
Price I wDill gIye One Hundred'iltai tro
saeobf t,tarehal "Deafner that can.. t
un, cr a lltbras ctarth Malciase. Clir
•rmled. o.a C , 0Is,
11- ,; organiilA the Uroete' Agrictull * m1: On
tural College As1sodatn, with Dr. Rdoy * his
0. Young, of Youngsvlie. presiden:t * lBls
Mr. Clarenlce Elle rbe. of Shrevepor t * ad.
vice.presidelt,; Mr. W. P. 'Cnell. o* ed.
Baton Rouge, Tt'41surer" Mr. L,. 1, neg
Squires, of lake Charles, has beell ap * ri
fpointed tecretnry. n st * itofý
The purpose of this aLotsc i taka * tof
sec taure for the Gtate o If *Uii a wo
modern, vII l equippetd Agrlcultura1 * the
toalleoe. A college that cali give to * ser
Mthe "farmig olterest of the tate tle ld,
v icel-lcp re i identr;ctlol they are .( . (('ii
oSulh in nrcl of. A college tlat caln *
Bturn out its agrlculturl graduate ad'
well elulpp('d to handle te ocrops and n
soqirs of Lalislina. A collree that will tis
hcomeure faor bl ts ansd To Hia s ois * o
work as the agrlicultural colledges oof .
otlrf the State o ts. c a n te
oIuilsiaa's one big natural resource
Is its soil. With proper instruction i'
its care it canll Ie made increashigly *
vClleualde. (cllnson College hats bee
the meas of oubling of thil acre Sield
of ourth Carollna soil. A mlaUr, Cw l
r lege canl d the same tfor. L uisina.
Thi s asdtittioll of Tarmers has decil a
ll ed to make a determined effort to get ;
siuch a collexo for l tuisln . This is lbuslt
o ur ng to take a c ampaign of educattr woii
and promotion to edtlcater the peophr ti m
of the Htate to vote th' s nectssary bondml
issue. (amnlpaill cost moneyr . Thil l)t'
o1illt cost ten t l thouse a lu dollkars.er
At the orgaalnttion of this associa
ctio four thousaltd l dollar s w s b s i
. scrild. 8lnce tlun five thousand morn
have been added. The associatiol
Ifeels that every comMercial institutiol
will help this movement. We wan
your help now in the shape of a gel
'nserous subscription, and later in per
uS ;uaditng your eastomers to support thi
thb movement by voting for it when sul'
mnitted to the p'tople. We will keep yot
n posted as the plans land work progress.
use "incerely yours,
got GEATER AGRI. COLLEGE ASS'`
By L. L. Squires
Grist Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Press
es,' 'hreshers, Kerosene Engines,
Shingle Mills and Wood Work
uitg in Machinery. Write for our eata
itc h AMs MILL M PG. CO. OF
te Texarkana, U. S. A.
° . ON ASPIRIN
rrth Always Ask for Genuine
hoo "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
SOnly Aspirin Tablets with the safety
vll "Bayer Cross' on them are genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," owned and
iO imnane by Americans and proved safc
onor b mlllons of people. Unklownl quan
ghe rtlt$eS of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets
wii wee sold teceujtly by a Brooklyn deal
if th er which proved to be coniposed inostl,
arish, of Talcum Powder,
Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" shouid
y always 'be asked for. Then look for
the safety "Bayer Cross" on the pack
10'N age and on each tablet. Accept nothing
else! Proper directions and dosage in
a par each Bayer package.
Asplrin is the trade mark, of Bayer
SManufacture of Monoacetlcacldeater ei
Co IL STOVES
t..t. r. .4f
SeStoMake raro Repe.
n,'ookstove. :They know th:t rt is de7endnhi, always r:kes Qeir r lspes
,Oer $}000400. of these stors are now in use ,diving elki:;t servke year in
and yer out.
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STANDAoRD OIL COMPANY OF LOUIStIAN
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Sy. . Joneboo, A
. Stanohe Burningosi is the best kerosne M ar aYo purease ip-btena
ev *eryh e re.
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heolw e Insurs F thiaure ittl comhostion Jofer borop
ft KBxin Oil-b Tis . theog best. kerosee fT a
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P4~tj ~RtI r. Pn lt . Litl Ro oeoo
*to Ad eOrt Iº i3 r...th rif on |oh
* touth e agi hach a negro drive '
* lia mules to his , .p.Ie on Lake
* Biste11qu, and after being there
* a day or trwo tle mules dlsal r- -*
* ed. )r. thehec and two or three a
* negroes spent practically tell days '
* rlhing ill eery directlon on both * a
* sides of l oalec Bistelena In search *
* of themn, but found ati oluttyti no 1
* tract'. 1pon re0aching home he had *
Sthe editor of the rI.'.tAT i n- *
* setr anad ring thel U in this *
•1 pap'r, also In the Webster Signal, *
* ('oushtta (lti::.i and tle IBossier
•t 4* l)wller. The first inertnl) of the 1
i adbuvertisemoent resulted ht t l ' *
t mules being located. Tile adver-*
i * tising cost him not more than six *
* or ve, e dollars in all. So now lie *
f says he will send printers' ink look -*
* Ing for anytlhing he loses next timue. *
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* SURE ADVERTISINB PAYS *
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rl PERSONAL MENTION
et ;. W. Inton, of BienIvilie. Was a
SusinHess visitor to Arcadia MonldaIl an' ;
wr while here he called at this otl(e anlti
itl <<'ar. Mr. Linton subscribed to the
ti lDemloVrat on the nornlin.g of Noveil
her 11th, 1h1,. andt was the first new
Farm Mortgage Loans
We make loans cn improved farm lands, in
Louisiana and Mississippi, up to 50% of a con
Interest 7%, 7/i %, or 8 %, according to size
of loan, payments to be- made at time of year
convenient to borrower.
Loans will be made to mature in 3, 5 or 7 years as desired.
No loans will be made for less than 3 years, but we
will make the last payment .ature in 8 or 10 years
We make no charge for an inspection fee, traveling
expenses, or for examination of abstracts of title by
our General Counsel.
We give immediate attentioti to all appliatlics. If the
loan seems to meet out requirements, one of our inspec
tors will promptly visit the property WITHOUT any
COST to the applicant. There are no unnecessary de.
lays in closing loans accepted by us.
Abstracts of Title
It will be necessary for applicants to furishl abstracts of
title, with the opthion of an attorney acceptable to us
that they have a good title to the property.
aImmediately upon receipt of the abstract and the local
ty attorney's opinion, the title will be examined at our ex
.pense by our General Counsel in New Orleans The day
, approved, we will send the local attorl hJIeck anad
blanfk jor.mes to close the loan. ,
Ser vice and Advice
SWe 4,h to give Service and advice tf tEl
tf armea of Louisisaa and MIissisippi in solving
their fmnanial problems,; and will be very glad
d to have them write for application blanks, or
!or c all o, us for consultation at am y time.
ing AMERICAN SECURITIES CORPORATION,; e.
ofli L it Tuesday, and while lie u
us to enroll him as a subsoriber'.
I ,Otis Wilson, convited of bular
and larceny on October 21, 1918, and
sentenced to the State Penitentiary amu
applying for a pardon.
23-3t. OTIS WILSON.
SEND FOR NEW SWEET
HIarvestintg Sweet I"ttles. a cirýu
lr reeelltly issued by l t' he :xteusi'i
Division of the LoIusina StaI
'uiversity. should be in the hauls ,f
every sweet potato grower in the
State. It may he obtalned free of
charge by writing to the Ilortieulturan
Department. Extension l)ivision, L. 8.
I'.. Baton Rouge.
Swelling of the tiessi enused by in
latmntllion, eobll, fractures of the Ihole,
toothache, neuralgil or 1'hetllnl tistu eanl
be relieved by applying l\A4LARlS'
SNOW LINIMENT. It should he well
ruhhed in over tih part fteetedl. Its
Ai g;reat he;aling aund peneltratlig power
i cases the pain. reduces swelling andi re
e stortes nllturall conditlions. Priee "r..
. Sold by the Molerni l'lhaurmutaey, Inc.