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dal Man's has be~i
find it hard to get drs.
hats, it may be guest
you have no and fa
at judging the un- Mr.
beadwear offered Moseec
.why we find so Mr.
people turning to streri
. They are cer- Mes
vance of assured Johis
mand metropolitan cadia
over our new Fall 1 gent
We have a
ction of both Der- ed
s Soft Hats. WWmi
of our well- Mr
customers select Mobi
rby and Soft o'(u
excellent come tra
for all occasion. the
KStetson Quality M,
n every Stetson Text
SCHOOL TEAM 1aMd
ARCADIA FRIDAY rand
between the Minden
y and Arcadla High PaU
Il be played here at Pue
4ie Jones will piteh A.
o Caskey will catch,
Jones will act as Mr,
se to be one of the L.
games played here gg
die rlie of i* goi
ppIy1g for pardon, teas
J, B. MelNTYRE. I
WORLD AD BiET
r of C(ommeree met
for the purpoSe of
titutlon and by.laa, C.
asked for more time ,
iey will be adopted lt a
1I nterest , tp* thc.
were discased aid
at a later date, or
are worked ott.
*ature of the uim lt
btnt of Mr.. P. W.'
te to repreuent thSe
e.. at the Wesil~ Ad ~
held at New OrldmaS
advertising JI ,
lad dwill beacted upoan I
VO SALE.- little
car for sale. F lrt,:
lee ear at Methodlst
d, La. 8.28t9X&1
h nas bee made of1tbc
10c, and 2e saritety
er builduing this Wk,
, Otto Grl". T'ri
p more bb isl
we hope that :lthat
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folk if yo tlo4 rv hf ithout
anesy tt~ ~ ~inour home
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By Mrn. D. E. Brown, J r . Telephone No. 34
Mr. J. B. Kendal of Ruston, was HERB
an Arcadia visitor recently. biliousnel
Misses Alys -Bond, Inez Baker and ' few addi
Mr. Will Trucluck spent Sunday in Sold by I
Mr. Reeves, of Heflin, was the honor- week frt
ed guests of his son, Atty. Joe Reeves. the guesi
1 this week. Ienry a
Mrs. Chas. A. Miosely and two chil- trs.
dren have joined Dr. Mosely in a visit last we
to Arcadia relatives. Harrell.
Mrs. Ira Klein of Little Rock, Ark., Laurel,
has been a recent guest of her sister The ,
Mrs. Jos. Dawidoff. home of
Miss Mattle Runge left on Tuesday SOn, on
for Bristol, Va., to resume her studies is
at Intermont College. uss
Mrs. Batchelor of Ringgold, was the Mrs.
guest of her niece, Mrs. A. F. White visit ti
and family, last week. Travis
Mr. A. Anderson and I)r. J. M. they at
Mosely atteuiled the Parker meeting in
New Orleanl this week. Miss
o Mr. Ado k and Miss Eula Griffin at- Mrs. J
tendled the, Telephone Convention in school
Shreveport on Monday. Vicksb
Messrs. u oe Langston and A. R.It i
Johnson, Jr!. of Homer, motored to Ar- The
,n cadia Tuesdiay afternoon. caused
Mr. Lamar Baker, of Shreveport. of in.
spent Satelay. and SuMlay with his Iey tl
mother, Mrs. W. M. Baker.
Miss Bessie Reeves of Heflin. visit- gers
ed her brother, Mr. Joe Reeves and the sl
family, the first of this week. bottle.
11 Mrs.. O'Guin and daughter, Louise, of Mrs
Ct Mobile, Ala., are guests of Mrs. liam
O'Guln's sister, Mrs. S. A. Conger. Mrs.
Miss Betsy Randolph, a very tt- w1b.
tractive young lady of Baton Rouge, is short
*' the guest of Miss Mary Louis Tooke.
Mrs. Fred Anderson, of Houston, dl
on Texas, is the guest of her mother-hi- thdae
law, Mrs. Mary Anderson- and other This
relatives. in t
S Automobile riding is strictly cash; rendi
Pay when you get. out of the car. F. J.and
in rv. Jack Davis has as guestsB i
, addition to her mother, her sisters, Ari
S Mis Norma W'ade and Mrs. Holmes A la
[DAY and baby. littl
laden Mr. and Mrs. Loule Madden and. Mr. is iI
H gh Paul Madden, of Shreveport, were anxl
re at guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B._
pitch A. Madden and family.
catch, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Langston, Sr.,
Ct as Mr. Joe Langstonl and Mr, and Mrs.
of tbe L, T. Langston, Jr., of Homer, spent
here Sunday with Arcadia relatives.
Misses Winnie and Amy Gof have
, gone to Saline to engage in alehool
, teaching. School opened there on
lby.MYu*Ti.s r a gres patin kiler.
It relrdieves p6i and soareuass
wrsBE BhteflUsm a Neurall Sprains,
( f Mrs. C. A. Tooke carried her son,l
.1avLC. A. Jr., to Shreveport on W~Vdne5
re tim ay to enjoy the circus--the delight of a
pfed li a smallboy's lilfa
tn Mrs. B. C. Aycock went to Lisbon to e
aecompany her mother, Mrs. P1attolre
late, or k to Arcadia where she will visit
ot Lot a while.
m Mrs. Giles of the Shreveport Charity
.P Hospital Training School, spent a .few
itthidays with her mother, Mrs. Mary',
i44 Ad Anderseo this week. t
SMrs. W. L. Williams .enjoyed' a vlslft
e ilst week-enl from her sister, Mrs. J[
I Pleaant and son, John Raffia, Jr.,
S of shrsveport. 'I
litth sk esisme and Jesese Brown vi~si
. rst ited R.eton on MondaY. They were t
[ethodist ses while there of Dr. and Mrs. B. 7
28t . Talbot and famil-.
S '; MIss Mavy Helen e is with the
faiil) :o( it. and Mrs. A. F White
le oft ltedr of Rev and Mrs. Jordan, aa,
Iv " arle roel stated last week.
: ha beenu vistlug, hEr aant, Mrs:
I HERBINE is the medicine that cures
biliousness, malaria and constipatinl. Mi
The first dose makes you feel better, a strai
few additional doses cures completely. friei
Sold by the Modern Pharmacy, Inc. who
Mr. Scott Henry, who returned this Txei
week from Shreveport Sanitarium, it lnst
the guest for a few days of Mrs. A. D. Shri
Ienry and family. mes
SMrs. Hennigan of Texarkana, left to 1
it last week after a visit to Mrs. J. P. the
Harrell. From here she visited
Laurel, Miss., relatives. 11
r The Methodist W. M. S., met in the ent
home of the president, Mrs. Ben Fergu. tern
son, on Monday in a business session. acti
A lesson in Training for Service, was the
Mrs. Jas. R. Sias, after an extended in
visit to her ldaughter, Mrs. C. C ih
Travis and family, left on Monday to
Join Mr. Sias at Tulsa, Okla., where Co
1I. they are located for the present:
h Miss Ruth Lewis, of Bear Creek,
was a guest last Friday. of her aunt of
at- Mrs. J. P. Harrell, en route to her, thi
in i school at Mounds, 6 miles this side of 110
Vicksburg. She has a vets desirable ofl
.position, which she deserves. ll
_r- The habit of "putting it off" has tr
caused the loss of many lives. A dose sc
of Prickly Ash Bitters at the first sign w
irt. of indigestion, constipation and kid- ol
I ney trouble wards off sickness and 21
saves money. Men who are good man- Si
sit- gers should always keep a bottle on
and the shelf at home. Price $1.25 per
bottle. City Drug Co.. Special Agents. C1
, of Mrs. W. C. Barnette, and sons, Wil
drs. liam and Nelson. of Shreveport, were 0
Mrs. Capers' visitors last week. They
were accompanied on their return home
st- by Mrs. T. H. Booth, who spenlt a
i, short time in Shreveport.
toI Miss Mamie Richardson left on Tues.
r-ln- day to resume her school duties in
the College for Women at Athens, Ala.
ether This is Miss Richardson's third year
in that institution, which is the best
evidence of the splendid service she has
aasi, rendered. She has the chairs of Laitin
SMrs. S. A. ('onger left oil Monday
atRht to attend her daughter, Mrs.
ters, Armour Wilte,. who was seriously ill
Ames A later message from Mrs. White is i
little more reassuring. Her condition
1 Mr. is improved. but her friends are stil'
were anxious about her.
'Brooke & Grigsby
Room 6 Tooke Bld. Phone 60
j/ ... .. _ - - -
Mrs. F. T. Taylor has returned from 'T
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. i. dent
Fisher in Shreveport, who has been olds,
sick. She left Mrs. -Fisher much bet- day
ter and has had a message since her pleni
r eturn that she is still improving. but
Miss Bessie Reeve's marriage to Mt. the
James F. Guin, of Pine Bluff, Ark., meni
r September .21st,. has been announced, theli
and is is interesting to[frields in Arcadia ture
where the prospective bride has often wiýn
visited her brother, Mr. Joe Reeves that
It and family. eres
Miss Inez Baker was delighted to allou
S"Welcome home," her brother, Tom san
lBaker, of U. 8. N., who is enjoying oof
a-, month's furlough from training .eaon
re ton at Philadelphia. His rank is
B. signal quartermaster. After a short the
visit here he left for Homer to se W,
other relatives. B.I
hte A marriage aunnuncement of inter- the
a eal tO Arcadia friegids is that of Miss Co
Mtrtle Claire Head to Mr. Bertram as
Lacy Ryan, the marriage to take pliee g
on Oct. 2nd in the parlors of the 1st MI
s: .aptist ehurch, of $hreveport. Miss of
r Head 14 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, El
,W.. P. Head, who for a number of
± years were residents of Arcadia. 01
I aket this methosodf annoUaCiLg to
t l . nds Md ' -atEns, that in the
atrures. 4,itae Crow'son Story will
be located aV my milliery. store, where
lhe will spedii$i.e in the making of
haetPU Bllouses. Ie wilt lie glad to of
tie ltr friep and patrons .to meet a
ter .t el i tfua.--Miss Ella Mc
Guire, Milliner. n
,gJo u Paul Jowes reached home
o 'r at after .estrneu9s seaso of
b eP 1 p ll . A l t h o u ghi be W a s eig p e d ep. i
tl- : iasobn
it eb ,,r Giants, 'p ...a
e s fon ithe ~P title2o:o , C ,I
p bbg a total of 32 gatIh 1ld
A .pletasant party of young vpeople BIE
etoyMd i "Sunday evening supper," at $10
Daniel's pond on last 8unday. Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Goff were chaperones and An
Misses Jewel McGuire. Addle Houston. h'ar
Gladys Conger, and Bess!e Brown' Buic,
Messrs, Ira Mc'conathy. Malcolm Cur. ( n
rie, Dallas Rogers, Lamar Taylolr. Jnh. :I 1
Ben Kimbal, Floyd Brewer. and V. C t'am
Pipes were perent.
Mrs. Busesy although a comparative liam
stranger in Arcadia. has won many Afte
friends since making her home here,
who deeply sympathize with her hi net
the loss of her mother, Mrs. Moon, of stalt
Txearkana, which sad event occurred taet
last Tuesday. Mrs. Busey was in ;at
Shreveport, where she received thu
message announcing the fatal illness )ix
and death of Mrs. Moon, and hastenedil rt
to Texarkana, where she is still with oli
the stricken family. .rc
If you feel bad; if you are "blue," to
tired and discouraged, without appar- stat
e eit reason, you need Prickly Ash Bit urg
1 ters, the system purifier. It restores pos
i. action in the torpid liver, cleanses tiol
Is the stomach, helps digestion, drives Jal
out gas and fermented matter in the sta
bowels, and brings back that flue feel- for
d ling of strength, vim and cheerfulness imi
which only men in perfect health en- the
r joy. Price $1.25 per bottle. City Drug
'e Co., SpeciaL. Agents.
k There was a call business meeting mm
It of the Parent.Teachers' Association a' it,
er the high school last Wednesday after- sti
noon, for the purpose of electing nev
ble officers. Mrs. A, L. Crowson for presi. in
den; Mrs. Julius Williams, vice-presi in
dent; Mrs. Wilson Williams, secretary. tu
has treasurer. The banner awarded tlu se
ose school room having the best attendance ai
ign was awarded to Miss Mary Helen Key c.l
id- of the 10th and 11th grades, for th(
nd 2nd best record to Miss Middleton of
ni- Sth and 9th grades. - ii
per The Baptist W. M. K. met at the
ts. church on Thursday afternoon to study
a lesson in Royal Service, which was
1Vl- led by Mrs. C. C. Travis. A number
rere of ladies took part in the prograuli
hey which was very interesting. In the
ome absence of the president, Mrs. Davis,
t a Mrs. B. A .Berwer ('lducted devotion
al service. The next meetillg will be
at the church and as is the custom
es each autunm and spring, the box for
A ha the orphans at Lake Charles will be
pla. packed by the ladies.
best Ifyour child is pale and sickly, picks
has at the nose, starts in the sleep and
4atin grinds the teeth while sleeping, it is a
sure sign of worms. A remedy for
these parasites will be found in
aday WHITE'S CIREAM VERMIFU'GE. It
lnot only clears out the worms, but it
s ;l restores health anld cheerfulness. Sold
i tr by Modern Pharmacy, Inc., Druggist.
stil' WANTED.--9 cords of 2 ft. wood.
-.-Aphly at D1JMOCRAT OFFICI,
The Alumni AmoVlation, whose presi
deit the past year is Miss Luda Reyn.
olds, gave their annual plclic last Fri
day evening at the' Byrd pond. Thi g
picnie is usually held the last of Aug..
but if it was just a little late this
year, it was not notIe on tc ount of
the joy. of the -occasion. The happy
members of the Alumni Assoelation amn
their guest motored out to the pie
turesque spot, and some enjoyed swim'
tiing; others spent the time in the wa I
that suited best. Absolutq informality
created an atmosphere that appealed tc -
all A big camp fire was built, tl
youig folks sat around, told stories,
sang camp songs to the accompaniment
9 of the guitar, ukalale and banjo. Last
on the program, but iot least, was the
S"spread" of good. "eats," which was
thoroughly enjoyed by all. Principal
f Wagner, Misses Middleton, Cowley and ,.
Bond were the teachers who honored
r. the occasion as gutsts. Misses Gladys
is Conger and Ines Baker, members of the
n association, were Viso present. Other
e guests present were Mr. V. C, Pipes;
at Mrs. D. E. Brown ; Messrs To*ilBaker, r
as of the U. S. N., ,!?ris Wimbrly.aPd
* Elmer Davies, MiS Addle Houston.
SIS BKIN WITENER
t eHow to ke a aul)mty lotion
The juice of t¶ i fresh lemuons strainl
of ed into a bott' edhtaining three ounces
of orichrd white u s,a whole quart
et pint of the mast ptrtkable lemon
kc sktin beautifier .aa about the cost one
taut pay for a.tmall jar of the ordi
Sniary cold creamiCare should be taken
of to strain the lemhoa juice through- a
flue cloth so leno sion pulp gets in,
tsa this lotion will keep fresh, for
aboaths. Every)Wo1maf knows that
ledhon Juice Is,used to. bleach and re
`move such blemishes as recklee, sasl
anl wI nd tol , Is the deal skln
* s ere whitener and.beautifier.
I94 ry ft Uet three opunces of
:aa i - dru store and
row "t *
BIENVILLE PARISH MAY OBTAIN
$100,000 FOR ROADS THIS YEAI) Money
Among those from Blenville parish to-i Apply to
hlear State Highway l ng ineer. Duncan a
'luie at good roads meeting hehl at Sutton, S:
Manden. Tuesday, were O. G. ThomaILas
::t 1 . P. Stewart, of Riuggold. W. C. ___
C'ampbell of Bi(nville, It. L. ('olon
,f Gihsland. 1). M. White of Sparta.
T. J. Woods of Alberta. and J. S. Wil
liams and A. IL. Crowson of Arcadia.
After the speaking these gentlemen had
a conference with Mr. Bule in con
nection with makilg application' for
state aid for road building. The (con
ference resulted in the selection of (un
;'ast and west road parallel with tlhe
V. S. & P. Iy.. to he a part of the
Dixie-)verland highway, and one
nitorth and south road, beginnting at the
C 'laiborne parish line, leading through
Arcadia, Bienville. Sparta, Itinggohl
" to Burnhain Ferry. on which roads
.r- state aid could be procured. Mr. Buie
it urged the immediate survey of the pro
es posed roads in order that our applica
ets lion for state aid might be filed before
es , Jan. 1st, in order to get the $100.000.0;
le state funds to which we are entitled
el- for this year. We understand that
ass immediate steps will be taken to have
e. the survey made.
CHANGE YOUR MIND
If you brag that, after you have
ing made up your mind, you never change
a1 it, yon boast that you are standing
Tev hings are happening with a rush
esi in the world these days. Forces hlng
esi invisible are b)c(rauing visible. Insti
try tutions are being shaken. We havr
th( seen. for example, the fall of the mon
Intl arclhistic idea after centuries of un
Key challenged power.
tht If you judge people by first ilu
t of pressions, you (onvict yourself of hay
inl:: all idea-proof brain.
Welcome the new idea, whoever pre
the sents it to you. ('heck it up with you:
tudy old ideas and with your experience and
nler I)on't he afraid to say to the othel
ran fellow, "You're right; I'm wrong."
i Slrevepi}rt Times.
stom FOR SALE
i be A lot (of land at Yellow Pine.
lIouisianl in subdivisions of 10, '20
and 44) acres. This land being ex
pick cellent for farming. One house goes
and with each subdivision. Also the
t is a store building and o(flice of the
Sfor G:lobe Lumul)er (Compall y. and the
d in land they stand on4 this heing an
. It ideal location for ally lperson de
But it sirous of going into the mercantile
gist. Will Ibe sold on terms of one
ood fourth (1-4) cash; balance one (1),
two (21, and three (3) years with
8* per ceat interest on deferred pay
Call on or address
H. C. WALTER, Sibley, LA,
I OIL LEASES
I will pay you from $1.00 to
$10.00 an acre for lease on your
lalK, depending upon locatio!l. Be
sure to get in touch with me and
state what you live, before leas.
ing your land to someone else.
et Fri . R Reagan
STh Ringgold,: " : : Louisiana
the p Oil Leases
t he way IT WILL BE TO YOUR IN
ormaity TEREST TO SEE ME 1-E
peled t ' FORE LEASING TOUR
utlt, tl LAND.
o Last . J. Gile 3ns
Swas the Rnggol, La.
SThe Ie It doesn't matter so much
about the price you pay
Yo P 7 tfor Drugs as it does the
quality you get for what
You run no risk either way
at this drug store as we
handle only best and pur
est drugs and our prices
or are always right.
City Drug Company
Money to loan on improved farm
lands, through the Fed:eral Lad Ilu k.
Apply to' the Central Bienville Na
1tional Farm Loan Association, I. E
Sutton, Secretary-Treasluryr, BIryreland,
I r' f
For business, the dance
-and general utility
. THERE are three factors that every young
a man should consider in selecting a fall suit.
". 'Dancing clothes" would scarcely do for busi
n°ess. "Business clothes" would hardly be in
place for evening and Sunday wear,
But the good points of all can be combined
and --and this has been done in our "Bloch's
There is in them that substantial quality we
prefer in a business suit, and at the same time
a style that will meet the demands of the
We have many models and a large number
of fabrics from which you can choose--every
one a man's suit for men. And they are
moderately priced. Come in and see.
th J. S. iMciconat
AT POPULAR PRICES
It is not necessary to pay
fancy prices for good re
liable quality in Groceries.
You will find our stocks rep
resentative of the best quali
ties and our prices most I'
Phone 123 .
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