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at tN ,,-.-Aflce at Arcadia, Miss
° it1A (of March .I, 1879., the Bi
wig,1 Managing Editor ant he re
' isiness Manager for a s
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A.As t4 cusgtoiary with all
pers tle following charges A i
*,made for' Obituaries, Cards of II our
esolnti.ons of Respect, Church when
jor enterttailnments of any na.
-e ad(ljisiol is charged, etc. n the
Sthan 00 words 7c per line en yea
wlord. Minimum charge 50c. dischn
to line: 100 words ^nr more, the li
WU E,1922. D,1ayto
Blnote from reading thle various
lIs coming into our possession
Bthe past few days that there The
te 1a hit of optimism regard- joyful
recovery of business during union
goind nmany large concerns, the ings
over, ire now making prepa- ant
for a huge campaign durnig year
to put buhnsiness on a substan- and
i. Everyonc seens to be try- great
Bl take a new start, readjust- been
Saffairs and get down to !usi- great
N a make 1w22 the turning p our'
nBe.w yenr was universally re- o
Swith a warm welcome, and busi
*.ien, laboring men. professional
*all others are eagerly looking
Sto a change in affairs, a
for the better. Just such con
will create a co-operative
that if properly directed will Ti
Sput the country t;ack on a with
ting. All during 1P21 there of c
be an undercurrent of dis
that existed more or less the
,men of influence, but this has
Sdisappeared and labor and t
.are getting their heads to- t
'inmd earnestly trying to work tr
Splan that will give new life
andt)employment, to the un
elcome tust nes
ecome 1922, and trust thaf its n
story will be a record of the
hilbment of brighter and bet
- throughout the entire world. bus
QIDSLAND ITEMS. one
iUly Mizell is spending this nes
Z. Kidd, of Waukigee, Tex., stu
K holidays with his family. ties
Mrs. L. S. Bolin, of Pelican
relatives here this week. effi
!h Mrs. John S. Garrett spent fo
day in the home of their t
'^Mrs. K. C. Burleigh. lar
Mrs. Prance Broadwell and sc
ihterr, Margaret, of Shreve- lar
among the holiday visitors. tom
ohmn Mozingo and daughter, ^
tH^e, of Minden were guests o
for several days. ,
innie Towns, of Bear Creek inj
^iest of Miss Lela Mae Mad- ra
" . he
w0e Saturday from a visit ei
ta at Dorig,
:of hunters spent last week i
'py hunting ground in Ten
a. Hamner ia visiting her re
Gordon Hamner, and family m
Sutton, of Ringgold spent ^
al day visiting in the home
r, Mr. H. I. Sutton.
- H. Harkey and family are h
Haynesville where he has i
*. Golson and baby June o
1Meal days last week visiting i
J: the Misses Mizeile.
I Beardsley, of New Orleans
tor here a few days of last
UH y Prothro Henderson, of 1
been the guest of her sister
*. Madden of Heflin spent
It visiting in the home of
4r. and Mrs. T. c. Mad
0o Madden has been quite I
'past three weeks. Her i
Cole, of Sailes was with
- oral days' last week.
Jones Is rapidly re- i
'from an attack of typhoid
[BWill soon be able to see
1 Bridges and little son
were recent ge of
te, Mr. and Mrs. T: H.
^^ ^ f ry Wi~llafl and children
peDt last Wednesday with
^H George and little Mlii
ma returhed hoSe with
- Walker has eturned
^^ ^1where he was sallad by
sa^^~ d death of hla father,
^I Walktr. a» has m*
Walker at Sibley. On her return, she Clerk ai
Was accompanied by Mr; ,Vardeman Collecto
'Walker and Miss Mary Drago, who are her
were her guests for several hours be- (5) Mil
tween trains. e val
Rev. H. B. Thomason. pastor of the the to,
I Methodist church has changed his ap- the pur
pointment here from the third Sun- went ol
day to the fourth Sunday. There will al port
also lie services the first Sunday Bonds
nmonthly. Everyone is cordially invited of Loui
to attend all services. I held in
Miss Jaunita Porter, a teacher in 1922, a
the Binville school spent the holidays
with homefolfs at Columbia, and on LEO I
her return to her work, she stopped The
for a short visit with Mrs. Chas. Byrd. ted to
r Miss Margaret Parnell was a guest follows
Sof friends at Bienville last week. Yeas
A most deplorable accident occurred W. Pel
Sin our town last Friday afternoon Anid
when in an unexplainable way a gun adopte
in the hands.of J. P. Randal, the elev
Sen year old son of Mr. Joe Randol, was LEO I
d. ischarged, almost instantly killing The
Stlhe little nine year old son of Mr. 1y Mr
Dayton Brewer. The young boys were Mr. C
preparing to go hunting at the time ried:
of the awful tragedy. An
re The happy Christmas season, the and C
d- joyful home comings and family re- all ta
ig unions and the many merry gather- corpoi
be ings of the young folks are now pleas- provi(
a- ant memories of the past. The new terest
ig year has dawned with opportunities the p
n- and possibilities of accomplishing of w
*\r i** i, Bond!
-y- great things; new resolutions have lana
it- been made and work is begun with the s
si- greater zeal. May this year bring to day o
nt our country peace and prosperity. 1922,
.e YOUNG MAN AND YOUNG WOMAN Towr
1 WITHIN THE NEXT FEW lar s
Mal NTHS THE OFFICE Clerl
lg "HELP WANTED" SIGN Colle
S WILL BE SEEN sess
on- EVERYWHERE tax
lve ___ each
nil The signing, of the Peace Treaty of a
a with Germany and the re-establishing cadit
ere of confidence and trade relations with prov
Us- foreign countries by the agreement of teres
ess the world powers at Washington, which the
hag 00 o:
i means the turning of war revenues in- Bon
Sto commercial pursuits, have started lana
t the wheels of commerce, and they will in t
ork turn faster than for many years. un(
Our products are moving to foreign
un- countries as rapidly as our prepared- LEC
ness to move them will permit. The
ts corner of business has been turned. TI
the Business men are looking for efficient ted
bet- office help to take care of the increase foll
d business that is sure to come.'The most S
successful man or woman will lie the Pen
one with the broadest knowledge of N
commerce and a most thorough busi- A
this ness training. To become a first class
business man or woman, you must LE4
e study for business in a first class busi
ness school. One that is modern in
every respect and keeps abreast of the A
Ican times, so you will be able to render I
efficient service right from t1Ae start. of
You must make good or make room yea
pent for the one who does. You will be able S
ther to render make good by attending, the M
largest and best equipped commercial la
and school in the United States. Being a Ml
reve- large Institution, we naturally keep in val
tors. touch with "big business" and place c
our graduates with big firms where h
ht~r, they receive the higest salaries and en- sal
oests oy rapid promotion. be
Our employment department is work- alt
nreek ing over time communicating and ar
ad- ranging with large firms' to assist them
in getting the proper kind of office
help, for the business man realized
ldren that their success depends to a great
visit extent 'on the efficiency of their office m
help. You will be one to help put busi- as
ness over and 1922 will be your turn
w ing point in life. Do not squander time S.
Ten- for time is life. . ,
Write for our catalogue today and
K her rekd the unsolicited testimony from a
amiy many of our former students, who -
were at one time working at low sala
ries or out of a job, and are today de
spent monstrating the value of our training -
home by their success. Opportunity never
comes to him who waits. It comes to
y are him who goes after it with all there
* has is in him, with a deep, burning, intense I
Iron resolve of his entire being. Read
our catalogue, carefully. Why not be
June one of the 4000 that will go out of our
isiting Institution this year Into a good busi
Fill in the following blank and send
in by return mail for our free cata
) last logue. You cannot' afford to be sat
isfied'with your present position in
on, of life. You can do better.
TName -.......-- ......
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s Tyler Commercial College, TylerTexas
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T Mad- panos Revenge.
The concert was an Immense succesS.
uI 5»verybody worked bard; there was
SSomethng fofevery willing banwL eV
* if only to fetch'chalrs; but our.special
thlanks are due to the vicar's daughter,
L who labored at the piano, which *5
dyr-sulfell upon ber,.--?oI a Fro.
~ .The following ordinance was offered
Mr. Carl Gotr and unmanmo'u1y can
Oriape Ne. 274.
An ordinance levying a tat Of Five
S(5) Mills on each dollar on a~l tax
eMISable propert situated in the corpor-
aeihate limhits of the Town.of Arcadia,
Louisiana, for the purpose of provid
ing for the payment otth~e interest and
,that fractionalf po~ttion of
the priric of an issue of $50,
ieby000.00 of Water Works ponds of the
ftbk onof Arcedi, Louisl~uS.' author
Tow ofAx~ b21t5
Clerk and the Town Tax Asseuor and I W
Collector of the Town of Arcadia, La., draw
are hereby ordered to assess and col- bluri
lect for the year 1921 a tax of Five nin,
(5) Mills on each dollar of the assess- Ist,
ed valuation of all the taxable pro- owi\
perty within the corporate limits of Iu
the Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, for for 1
the purpose of providing for the pay- for t
ment of the interest and that fraction- :and
al portion of the principal of an is
sue of $50,000.00 of Water Works .\ss,
Bonds of the Town of Arcadia, State -
of Louisiana, authorized at an election J
I held in the said Town on the 21st da. St.re
of January, 1919, maturing March 1st, Fin,
11922, and September 1st. 1922. l
BERTRAM F. BARNETTE, 1,
LEO DANIEL, Mayor.
SThe above ordinance being submit-' S
Sted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
SYeas.-Leo Daniel, E. II. Fisher. J. in
S. McConatby, Carl Goff and Fred
And the ordinance was declared Mal
BERTRAM F. BARNETTE, Con
SLEO DANIEL, Mayor. St r
S The following ordinance was offered I'Pr:
b y Mr. E. H. Fisher and seconded by o
' Mr. Carl Goff and unanimously car- \
e ried: Pri
Ordinance No. 273. o
An ordinance levying a tax of Three \
ie and One-half Mills on each dollar on j I
e. all taxable property situated in the o
corporate limits of the Town of Ar- vei
cadia, Louisiana, for the purpose of Mli
s" providing for the payment of the in
w terest and that fractional portion of
es the principal of an issue of $35,000.00
of Water Works and Electric Light. II
Bonds of the Town of Arcadia, Louis
" iana, authorized at an election held in
th the said town of Arcadia on the (ith In(
to day of June, 1920, maturing March 1st, 1
1922, and September 1st, 1922. 1
Section 1. Be it ordained by the
Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the
LN Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, in regu
lar session convened, That the Town n
Clerk and the Town Tax Assessor an, L
Collector of the Town of Arcadia.
Louisiana, are hereby order6d to as
sess and collect for the year 1921 n i
tax of Three and One-half Mills o
each dollar of the assessed valuation
of all the taxable property within th( F1'
ty corporate limits of the Town of Ar- I'
ing cadia, Louisiana, for the purpose of
ith providing for the payment of the in- M
of terest and that fractional portion of
ch the principal of an issue of $35.000.
00 of Water Works and Electric Light
in- Bonds of the Town of Arcadia, Louis
'ted ana, authorized at an election held 't
will in the said Town on the 6th day of
June, 1920, maturing Mfrch 1st, 1922, L
and September 1st, 1922.
gn BERTRAM F. BARNETTE,
ed- LEO DANIEL, Mayor.
rhe Clerk. s
1. The above ordinance being submit
lent ted to a vote, the vote thereon was as
ase Yeas.-Leo Daniel, E. H. Fisher, J s
3ost S. McConathy, Carl Goff and Fred W. I
the Pentecost. i
Sof Nays.-None. '
u- And the ordinance was declared lI
*lass BERTRAM F. BARNETTE, a
nUst LEO DANIEL, Mayor t
)usi. Clerk. "
1 i Ordinance No. 275.
the An ordinance providing for the levy
of taxes on all taxable property with
der in the corporate limits of the Town
tart. of Arcadia, Louisiana, for the fiscal
oom year 1921.
able Section 1. Be it ardained by the
the MaJor and Board of Aldermen of the
Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, in regn
rcial lar session convened, That Five (5)
ag a Mills on each dollar of the assessed
»p in valuation of all property within the
place corporate limits of the Town of Ar
cadia, Louisiana, be and the same is
rere hereby levied as an advalorum tax,
d en- said tax to become due and collectable
become delinquent and liable for pen
york- alties as provided by law for the State
and Parish taxes in such cases.
BERTRAM F. BARNETTE,
them I LEO DANIEL, Mayor.
Ililed The above ordinance was offered by
grent r. F. W. Pentecost and seconded by'
r. E. H. Fisher and same being sub
office mitted to a vote, the vote thereon was
busi- as follows:
turn- Yeas.-Leo Daniel, E. H. Fisher, J.
time S. McCoqathy, Carl Goff and Fred W.
* * Nays.-None.
and And the ordinance was declared
who a t BERTRAM F. BARNETTE,
sala- LEO DANIEL, Mayor.
Start the kiddies
right by making them
want to save their money.
A personal savings account in
a high-dass bankirg institu
tion like this, where children
are given the pfoper attention
',. and encouragement to han
die theirown finances
is a good start in the
d right direction. One ,
f dollar opens an account.
Sa -Honesty CourtI |-Sece
DAMKetona ai'g cQPtinRE
4~ 4-ibCis onrigisiu
SWe, your committee appointed to
draw up a budget of receipts and dis- First
I ursements for the fiscal year begin- V,.
ning1 May Ist. 19'21. atl eidlin-. May I1):
1st, Vlr22, beI leave to sulmit Tlie fol
IBudlei of Receipts and :tiApiilitures S
foir lhe Tovw'n ;f Areaili'a. Louisiana,j ,
forl the y.eal ti;,,vr M st, 1 92s l 1
anmd enlinl l 1iy 1st. s!'.:.'
I .\sses 11ii'llt $S(0.00 Il ''
5 m ilil .............. ......... ...... ,000.00 1
Licen. seP ................. ......... _.... ll .iO '
Stlrefet Tax ............................ 800.00 0 ,
. F illes ... .... ....... ........... ........ r' lI).1 .
*Special T XI on i .0lt0iii00
SWater Works l',;id isue , ..
' (.5 1iills) ........... ... .. 4.000..00.
Sp;.nfeci;al T,!\- fTil x. 8 ",' 10.0):)
I Water W\,,ks ;nidl Ei" ri' :|
il ,h ),l f u i ssue 1(: 1-2
iu lls) ............ ..................... 2.00.0
'1Tot'al .. ..................... 12,700.00
I Marshal's salary ...............$.. 1,500.(00
M a:yor's ::l:iry ........................ ',
(')onic ilii't' s.;!lary ....... . ...... 15()l)'.)0 l
. S r t .............................. 00.0
B ril irs a;;nl Rpairs ............ . 100.0
d rli ipal :ii l i: iert st (ue i
, ) i $o0 0.( Wa t e r i.
n Prin'ipal a:(<l interl'st !l wli
Oni $3.5.,000110 I V Wia ter v r<
re V orks I(, (I .. ........................ 2.700.00 lli
II I Principal 1i 4 iii niterest d lue C:If
ie on emll)lI)00() (xc.'ss l),- '
' el- Vi m eII l(o ls . ....... ............... .... I.
Af Msce nllan ous ..... .................. 2>(.0 0 'a
f ' Total .... . ....... ............. 12.700.0('
)0 Eleetri- light & Water Plant. \,;
It. hinome 'rf-t i F 'wltrie Iight
iS- ('culsto rs pi r nilonllt \
ill $9,HO.00 : for , 12 months ........$10.00.00
th Iuivcoine f'rom Water c'-s- ; s
Mt, i trnelrs $1010.00 per miouitli:
for 12 months ........... ........ 00.00 W
S To l ... .............. .....$14.4. 00o.
i Superint)ei' ml' Ion(l l' salary ........$ 1,800.00
Engineer's salary, day and
i . night.... ........................ ..... 2, t(0.00
s. Salary for helper ....... ...... . 7 .
Fa liairIbanks M Irse & Co.,
0 1 innit hly paynments onl 200
n h orse p,,\ver unit) ................ 6,150.00
ht Fui(l oils ::'id repairs .............. 2,000.00
.r IBuildii'g i xtensiolns to lines
of and street lights ............... 1,000.00
in- Mis'ellaneous .................... 0.0
of Total ........ .......................$14,400.00
)0.- E. II. FISHER.
;ht J. S. McCONATIIY.
is-. On motion duly seconded, the above
hl'd budget was unanimously approved.
of BERTRAM F. BARNETTE,
o12, LEO DANIEL, Mayor.
or. ESTRAY SALE.
SState of Louisiana, Parish of Bkuville,
nit- Seventh Ward.
Sas On Dec. the 15th, 1921, personally
came and appeared before the under
,1 signeql authority, A. II. Southern, of
W. Ashlindl, La., and Estrayed, one dark
boy horse, with roach mane, with scar
on right front leg, right eye out, no
ired brands, age 10 years; weight .55i0 lbs.,
appraised at $30.00 by Ii. T. Thresher
B, and L. 1. Southern, of Ashland, La.,
yor the owner is requested to come forward
and prove property, and pay charges
and carry same away or the horse will
be sold at Estray sale on
lehy Saturday, January 21st, 1922,
at W. D. Cheatwood's mill.
W. D. CHEATWOOD,
scal Justice of the Peace, Ward 7.
the SHERIFF SALE.
(5) Federal Land Bank of New Orleans
Vssed Vs. Jolinnie (loft.. No........., Third
Je Judicial District Court, State of
r Louisiana, Parish of Bienvillq.
e is Under and by virtue of a Writ of
ta ei ure and Sale issued from
pen the abo ve a)med Honorable
State Court and' to me direct
ed, I have seized and will offer for
E, sale to the last and highest bidder for
ayor. cash, with the benefit of appraisement,
at the principal front door of the Court
id by house at Arcadia, Bienville Parish, La.,
sdub- within legal sale hours on
was Satu'day, Jan. 14th, 1922. ,
the following described property, to
er, J. wit:
4d W. W 1-2 of SE 1-4, Sec. 24 Twp. 17 N.
R. 5 W.
The above described property seized
lared as belonging to the defendant Johnnie
Goff, and will be sold to satisfy said
TE, writ and all costs.
[ayor. This the 7th day of Dec. 1921.
J. E. CURRIE, Sheriff.
First Trust & Banking Co. of Arcadia. i
\.-. John Pyles, No...... Third Judicial lal
Sistrict Court, State of Lou'sinla, thi
I'arish of Bienville.
linder and by virtue (,f a W7'ri of i,
S .xure and Sale issued fro I *a:. )1
Ir!,. (I Honoraol' I Con'. and !o; ' I" ;i
r% ,,(,d. I have seized atn \il ,f'i fr ,r NiNt
s ' to the last alld hi:hest Iilr for TI
|.-i. with the beneit of ;i ;>i':i -
1 rt, at the principal friut 1o r f
li. Courthouse at Ar ;i l I:I. li I-.ll,
I nlish. La., withiln .la , .[ l h »r o
Saturday, Jan. Prl. !) I '
1,1" following dvscribl h r.d ip 'y '
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l',i ;sl of Ilieinvillh.
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vizurv :111 a 11 SSIle i, n dI f rom i'lwu * i.
IlI (Id oll(iii abl C u r i i i to 1'1 ' (i
I cte:t, I have seizevd ;ind \%viii o ir fTr"'
01 :Io it) the last anld hi l i .i ,r f'.i r
cash, with the bnelllit 1 ! o i iip ';,ise
neniit, at the prinl'iplil frotll IdI)I'r oII
S the Co(urthli.s' at Al rcadin , lville
.0 1'ari- . l.a.. withiun g:i ale h)tIu's oni
Saturday, Jan. Ithl, I'
.0 the fullo\vi, des.crilihol Ilrl)>.ry, to
Oi)I' lil:!'k hlors. I rule, ':", 7 y a,.'rs,
\-weigiht alboilt il0 11 .. 9u0nn l'r,,d.
.00 'li te ihI ' des,-ri ld p, 11> i !, / i": y . l
s l ii:h ii tI lO thi dit ' .i' i M, ik'
inilh. and wi\\'i1 ld w Io lt ly S;id
.00 W rit of Sei i'ur, and ) ih( ; ;,i11 ' :.It
- This the 1.1th lday I(f 1)1,., ii.i.
.0) J. E. C( l'lli),l , Si rirlf.
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1 0 'ilhe pllublil is iherieby w\:i;n;'il iI ) it )
.00 (r,1i-p ss oil ally of ti f(oll vtit : I i nds.
.A l,it, having beenll posti'(1 a;,c.rliiL 1
0 l . \ ; 1 acres ill S.E. cor. iti r '.i:. , I
00 .I. Sec. S, E. 1-2 of N.W. 1-1. E. 1
(,iI S.W. of N.W., W. 1-2 of S.W. l I.
0.00 0 . 9, W. 1-2 of N.W. 1-1. See. 11,
0.00 .*,. 1-4 of Sec. 17, Tp. IS, R. 5 W. ill
).00 litunville Parish, La.
This 28th day of Nov., 1921.
iove MR. AND MRS. G. C. ALLEN.
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccs-blended
G NUIN FORD PARTS
A recent ruling of the Ford Motor Company
makes it possible for us to sell all retail Parts
Accessories Stores, (or any store engaged in re
tailing parts) and garages.
S We are prepared to offer you a very attractive
trade discount, orders can be filled immediately
from our stocks, or be shipped direct to you from
the Ford Motor Company.
I Arcadia Motor Co., Inc.
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case is aWaste C n101.1
WVe havc the d ost con BIL ulti-to
(late cquiilntift ill thl s h tI 1 ,;it i 11l ýire
in a1 1l Sl t lo Il to (rI\ \i n1 t>f\i 'CC an1d
Quality of the hiA1dwt 01 T :111an the
price wvill be surprl\, easonah
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