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The Bienville Democrat. (Arcadia, Bienville Parish, La.) 1912-1980, October 16, 1919, Image 5

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YArcadia's Leading Store For Mens and Boys' Furnishings
The basis on which this store has built up the reputation of being "Arcadia's Leading Men's and Boys' Store"
is the fact that McConathy has the habit of backing up in merchandise, every statement tn type or by word of mouth. M
The Men and boys of this community are specially invited to see our line of
M Men's and Boys' Suits, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Overcoats and Raincoats now on display
ýý. Mien' We call attention to our line of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Waists, Shoes, Silk Hose, Silk Petticoats, etc. The line itself explains why Mc
°' 1, yConathy's has the reputatior of being Arcadia's "Leading Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Establisnment."
CU~,. M1cConathy's
Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34
n was a recent
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B.
fr was with home- fo]
of the week. tis
of Monroe, was a
metdia, the guest of th
j. P. Harrell. ft
yAcoek, of Ruston L. I. e
with her brother, Mr.
family. u,
who Is employed h
-optm at Alexandria a'
here last week. T
had as a week-end
` kls Cortez Kidd of
of the week from her s
flay Oden and Mrs.
laing the pleasure
bar daughter, Mrs.
r, Walker of East- I
Owears. Keerl
like new with
for sale by ItR. D
2t-pd.
Joe, Watson are re
tosa upon the ar
In their home last
has returned to
after a pleasant
I . . A.Cook.
e~pects a visit
ough returned
gor, where she
her daughters,
ad Barnette.
that she will
.. In a recital
-at the same hour
lat Saturday, pro
faorable. A good
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see here a pleasing t
of new Fall models
have plenty of op,
ty to get exactly what
at. Blacks, browns,
ad all the new Fall
Zligh and low heels.
_enjoy the hosphable set'
sto,-in awhich wft
t feet-not fet to 8hoca
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Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Jones of Bryce- T
land, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. her
B. Herring on Sunday. They canme up lant
for the dedication service of the Bap ,.
tist church. M.
' Rub-My-Tism is a powerfut antisep- reli
tic; it kills the poison caused from In- our
fected cuts, cures old sores, tetter,
etc. 10-2.
Mr. J. D. Holstun was in town Sat
urday. and was the guest of Mr. and Mi
Mrs. Malvin Jones, who are keeping Mh
house in the rooms occupied by Mr. be
and Mrs. Adcock with iMr. and Mirs. b
soil
T. N. Harper. an(
Dr. D. R. Shehee spent all of last Gil
week in Shreveport at the bedside of in.
his son-in-law, Mr. J. Wimberly Tooks,
r whose death occurred on Friday night.
,l Mr. C. A. Tooke was also with his wl
brother during his illness. S9
e Miss Hattie D. Caldwell of Tallulah, ch
w. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Leo tk
. Daniel and family Saturday and Sun- mi
day. She came over for the purpose M
of attending the dedication service at at
' the Baptist church.
) Mrs. S. C. McGarrity, late of El J(
Paso, Tex., came over from Leesville ci
on Thursday and was a guest in the o01
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Welnple; al
until Sunday. From here she went to
Vt icksburg to visit her mother, Mrs.
Perkins.
to Mr. Wayne Stoval accompanied his,
uncle, Dr. Henry Stoval formerly of
Dodson. here last Saturday. Dr.
t enry Stoval is located here and will
Led pratice Veterinary Surgery. He is
he with the family of Revy, and Mrs. W.
rs, H. Jordan. '
A valuable dressing ror flesh wougs,
ill burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed
Ital skin, is BALLARD'S SNOW LINI
nr MEINT, it is both healing and antisep
pro- tic. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bot
ood tie. Sold by Modern Pharmacy, Inc.,
Druggists.
Prof. M. S. Hassell, of Bryceland,
principal of the high school at that w
place, was a business visitor to Ar
at
cadia last Saturday and while here d,
paid the Democrat a much appreciated ys,
call. He states that he is well pleased to
with his work at Brxcellaid and that fu
the school is progressing nicely.
The Confederate Veterans from tl
here, who attended the reunion at At- Ii
p lanta, Ga., have returned, except, Mr. t(
J. A. Story, who with his son, Mr. J.
M. Story remained in Georgia to visit
relatives, whom they had not seen in
sometime. It was a great reunion and
our own veterans had their share of d
enjoyment.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. tlpson are hap- I
py to have as their guest, their son,
dMr. Ben Gipson, of ¶Hoswell, N. M., J
I who arrived on Sunday night, and wtil
be here for a short time. Mr. Sam Gip
son accompanied him from Shreveport,
and was here until Monday. Miss Eva
st Gipson will also be their guest, dur- 1
of ing their son's visit.
,t A distinguished visitor to Arcadia
was JRev. H. L. Driskill of Winaboro,
who delivered a splendid sermon on
Sunday evening at the new Baptist
bh, church, to an appreciative congrega
.eo tion. He and Mrs. Driskill (Miss Em
iun- ma McCoy), were guests of Mr. and
ose Mrs. B. A. Brewer, as also were Mr.
at and Mrs. McCoy, of Alto .
Miss Huffman and Miss tonnette
El Jones of Bryceland, attended the dedi
ille cation service at the Baptist church
the on Sunday and were guests of Mr.
pie; and Mrs. b. A. Cook.
W. T. GRISBY
OIL LEASES
Room 8 Tooke Bldg. Phone 60
Mrs. 3. C. Cox accompanied Rev. T
Cox to Arcadia Sunday to fill his SA
regular appointment at the Baptist
church, and was a very valued addi
tion to the choir, which rendered such
a fine musical program. Mr. and Mrs. esl
Oharley Cox were other out-of-town ed
visitors and assisted in the music.
The Methodist W. M. S. met in the
home of Mrs. Frank Taylor, on Mon.
day afternoon, and had a very in
teresting lesson in the Bible questions. ot
The hostess conducted both devotional
service and Bible lesson. Owing to
the very inelemeent weather, the at
tendance was small, but those, who
were present enjoyed the meeting very .
mueb.
A marriage of some surprise to his
friends was that of Mr. Talmadge
Smith, of Arcadia, to Miss Odessa
Eagle of Winnfield, which happy event
was quietly celebrated at the latter
place on Sunday. They arrived here
Sunday night and will be at home t
their many friends, who extend con
gratulations and best wishes for a life
full of happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tooke and Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Tooke attended the
funeral at Shreveport of Mr. J. Wim- P
berly TOoke, who died on Friday night. ti
after an illness of typhoid fever, with
other complications. Mr. Tooke was ti
just in the prime of life, and it was C
a distinct shock to his many friends
of Arcadia, where he formerly lived
and where his parents are buried. IIe C
was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Wimberly Tooke who were prom
inent residents of Bienville parish many 2
years, He is survived , his wife, a
little so, th e.brothers; Mr. Emery
Tooke, of DeRiddr; Dr. Thomas
B. Tooke, of Belcher, and Mr. C. A.
Tooke of Arcadia; three sisters also
srvive hiim, Mrs. Alex Hill1 , of Lake
poldene-. MrL Mt. Rockwell and:
L e "o_. May God in lis
ý " erm c omfort the bereaved ad
MDr. and Mrs. Mfoffett, of Winnfield. I
who formerly lived here, Mr. Moffett mu
being the efficient telephone malnager (h'
at this place, have many friends who pu
deeply sympathize with them In the ha
1 severe trial they have been called upon , l
.1 to sustain, in giving up their beauti- 11
t ful 14 months old baby, Juanita lee. ed
who died at the home of her grand
parents in Ituwton, and was buried a
n there Sunday. Misses Eula Griffin, ,,
t- Inez I)eas and Mr. Jim itoberson at- In
r. tended the funeral. th
J. When the chest feels on fire and the
throat urlls, you have indigestion, and
you need HEItBINE to get rid of the '
ddisagreeable feeling. It drives out bad- ul
ly digested food, strengthens the stor.i
ach and purifies the bowels. Sold by
p. Modern Pharmacy, Inc.. Druggists.
11, -t
., JUST AS IT HAPPENS AT THE
iI ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL y
'" (Miss Mary ilelen Key)
rt, Much to the delight of all, our new
a desks have arrived. At the earliest
r. possible date they will be placed in 1
the rooms where they are so badly
ha needed. Of course, this will bring about
ro, a few changes in some instanoes. which
on will be a decided Impr9Yement in the
let general management of our school.
ga- At an early date we are expecting
;m. our annual visit from Mr. C. A. rves
mnd State High" School Inspector. It Is
hSr. always a pleasure to have Mr. Ives
come to the school. He is truly s
personal friend of every .teacher anC
:tte student interested in school welfare.
edi- We are quite anxious that every
rch thing, both liuide and out of our build
r. inug be in proper coniditioi before Mr.
Ives comes.
THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL,
SATURDAY EVENING POST,
COUNTRY GENTLEMAN !
Curtis publications are the cheap
est high grade magazines pulish
' ed.
- ****
Everybody Reads Them!
MRS. D,.E. BROWN
solicits orders for these and for
* other magazines.
o ,
;O. b. ALD FURCHAS
i S HOFFIAN
PRESSER
In keeping
re with my policy
t . to always give
n -- my customers
ifr the best pos
sable service, I
the have installed a Hoffman
iI- Pressing Machine. This is
ht. the latest type machine on
the market for. pressing
gag clothes. It cannot burn
a and does not make your
u. clothes shiny.
r You are invited to come in
any and see this machine work.
:e, a Yours for Better
nery
mas Service
also ODLAULI
SPHONE 30 and we will call
I s for and deliver your clothes
Before the close of the week, the 0 e
much needed Algebras, Plane and Soli' 0
Geometries, will be in the hands of th, 0
pupils. Our work il these two aubjects u
has beenr far from satisfactry bocauser
we could not secure tile text books 0
However, the classes have accomplis.h- (so
ed some good results.
There has been placed in our library
1 a new set of reference hooks, called
"iThe World Book." The informatiol
in these books is new, ranging from
the past to the present year of 1919.
Although the weather has been quit(
d disagreehale for almost two weeks our
splendid daily attendance is holdin¬
up. The pupils who come from quit(
a distance in the country are bravely
facing the muddy roads and the rain.
Call and see our "Ilansilk" Mat
tresses. If you want the best made,
L you will find it here.-. A. Conger.
* K L. WILLIAMS *
st * Attorney at Law *
iln Arcadia, : Louisana *
,ly Will practice in all the courts *
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ch
he " " * * " " " * " " " *
S J. T. REEVES *
up " Attorney at Law *
es " Office on Courthouse Square *
is * ArcadiaL. IA
res " " " `" " " " " " " " -
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ery * FOSTER R. TAYLOR *
id-. Lawyer and Notary "
dSr. Surety Bonds
S Offce on Oourt House Hll
* Aredia, * * * * * Louisiana'
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Leases and Royalties
I am in the market for several
thousand acres of Leases and
Royalties. List your holdings
with me at Bob Williams' office.
A. T. DAVIS
Arcadia, La.
S,.
Oil Leases
IT WILL BE TO YOUR IN.
TEREST TO SEE ME BEI
FORE LE.ASING YOUR
LAND.
for H. J. Giddens
- Rinaold, .La
WHAT A OU WANT This takes in everything-for we carry a
SYfull line of everything that belongs in a
WE HAFirst Class Drug Store.
HA . QUALITY
I if if's in the Drug Line. ACCURACY
is SERVICE
n Are three things you are sure to want.
You get all here.
Lir TOILET GOODS
A full Line of the finest quality of Soaps,
in Perfumes, Toilet Water, Creams, Face
rk. and Talcum Powder.
S76.City Drug Company
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you should not put it off. Take advantage of
our well selected stock and buy now.
K odak s and Supplies, Pianos and Columbia
: Grafonolas and Records.
Expert Watch Repair Work
' V.C. PIPES Jeweler
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- It is not necessary to pay
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* W. D. Goff Bertram Barnette *
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* Practice iln State and
* Federal Courts "
* Office near Court House *
* Arcadia, Louisiana
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