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E Fail Clothing or
oThe Entire Family
T We have a most wonderful assortment of Ladies'
]Suits, Coats, Dresses, Middy Suits, Shirtsand Waists.
SCWe invite you to inspect our line before the best numbers are sold.
If you are not ready to buy, come and look any Way. -,
Men Young Men and Boys
Sec our Suits, Hats Overcoats, etc. A wonderful line l
to select from. Come see us.
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M)k,.D.E.DBrowl, Jr. : : : : : : " : : Telephone No. 34
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. Items of interest for this page
alt ' dkttitd. Communklations to ti
:; h us Toaeday by noon. a
' --Social Editor. G
wLtr ' Ware has ·as her guest, bhe
i .t P, M. Adams of Bryteland. a
.l J. 3 . Herring Is at home again p
aS visit. to Mleville, N. C.
Oi . Susie Ferguson is visitlug a
O 'O this week.
is~ B. A. bresP r and George Arrived
f last week from their delight
' it to Alto.
a.r W .tIaions than swy t
anim Feve Tonle on the
btua one Wants Imitatlons In
* lBarberi ousL. 1*
: ,,,1, L. ois of Homer, Is the I
sIql htao son, Mr. T. M
. eacrey McGuire and baby
,atuired from Shreveport bn
' d. Mrs. D. M. Atkins and
Margaret, motoredl over
ld Mrs. Clyde Brown and son,
guests of Mr.
tgr- IC onl 'Sunday.
.Hel0en Key, 's welcomed
i 'i1gbschool. ihe IN in the
' d vt'. and Mrs. W. H. Jordan
i ttins' adjourned subject to
hytlke president, when the or
.to will be perteered.
x y ' Whitlow of Iesrilla
:j wst of Mae ines Baker on
8, I'. Kltng and daughter
of x uintee, are visiting Mr.
ititt, Mrs. W. J. Murphy and
i ioso. ukes you feel better,, a
Si t1onl doses cures completely.
th 2 e Modern Pharmacy, Ine,
T POPU PRICES
is not necessary to pay
prices for good re
e quality in Groceries..
w iill find our stocks rep
.atative of the best quali
ad. our prices most
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Mr. ald Mrs. Claude Ozley have re i
turned from Dallas, T'exas. They were
accompanied home by Miss Lucikl
Miss Verdue Robinson, who has had I
a business position at Dallas, Texas,
for sevarl months. is at home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Robinson.
Miss' Drew Noland of ºnreveport,
and brother Clyde Noland, of Homer,
wedt guests on Sunday of Mr. an('
Mrs. T. A. Midden.
Mr. R. M. Jones and Miss Vera
reached holeo on Tuesday night from
their western tour, which was full of
Miss Frances Davenport. of Mer
Rouge, after a pleasant visit to Miss
Jtusle Fay Sherard, has returned to
Ruby.M.Tism is a great pain killer.
It relieves pain and soreness caused
by bsumatism, Neuralgia, Sprans,
Capt. and Mrs. ,. C. Andrews, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 8. Andrews and children
have returned from Hot Springs where
they. spent sometimes.
Mr. Eugene Houston, who is taking
his vacation; also Mr. Elmo Houston
arx guests of their mother, Mrs. Hots
f ton and sister, Miss Addle Houston.
Suett. E. H. Fisher, went to Shre#
port on Monday to accompay Mire
. Fishet home from the sanitarium. She
is feeling much benefitted.
FURNISHED ROOMS.--Two nicely,
furnished tooms for light housekeepI
in& Apply at Democrat oflee.-(MF)
Mr. Clyde MConiiatby's friends are
* glad to know that he is so much im
I proved. He is allowed to st up. fto:
a short time.
s Mr. I). . Brown returned home Sat
(, urday from a business trip to West
)lbxas. He was accompanled' by his
ason Henry Brown, wh6 has spent the
entire vacation working in the wheat
Mrs. W. D. toff and children spent
last week-end very pheasantly with
Mrs. Mitchell in Siinsboro. It was the
occasion of a pleasant reunion of the
The habit of "putting it off" has
caused the loss of nlany. lives. A dose
of Prickly Ash Bitters at the first sign
of indigestion, constipation and kid
ney trouble wards off sickness and
saves money. Men who are good hnan
gers should always keep a bottle on
the shelf at home. Price $1.25 per
bottle. City Drug Co.. Special Agents.
Mrs. G. L,. Shields. of Shreveport
came over to re-enter her daughter
Elizabeth in the Arcadia high .school
They are for the present in the home
of Mrs. S. L. Houston.
, Miss Alys Bond is at her post of
duty again in the domestic science
room, and her friends extend her r.
cordial welcome. She is with Mr. and
Mrs. Bertram Barnette.
Brooke & Griby
Room 6 Tooke Bldg.. Phone 60
Autoimobile tiding is strictly cash.!)
Pay when you g~t out of the car:. . J. a
Roberson. 23-2t. I
Miss Annme Laurie Cook of Ring-i
gold, was a guest on Friday light, of I
Mr. and MHs. S. A.. Cook, en route to
Lake Vpvidence wl*re she is a 'inem- t
her of the high school faculty, o t
Miss Effie Ragan, who spent the i
vacation in Natchitochel, is'one 6f the
arrivals to resume her school duties .
ltsre. She is with' her sister, Mrs.
If your chhldis pale and sickly, picks (
at the nose, starts in the sleep and 1
grinds the teeth while sleeping, it Is a a
sure sigr of worms. A remedy for i
these parasites will be found in.c
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUIiE. .It
'not only clears out the worms, but it l
restores health and eterfulule. SoldlI
by Modern Pharmacy, Inc., Druggist.
Miss Hattie D. Cald*ell expects to
leave, the latter part of the Wpk for
TallUlah, where she will entdr upor
her reaponsibilities as Parish Super
visor of Schools.
Miss lena Durrett ofo the Zion Hill)
neighborhood:, is attending the Pine.
rville ShooL Miss Bell Williams als
of Zton Hill is a student at the Statt
Mrs.' Ella Scott is expecting ihe
niece, Miss Lois Tarbutton, who has
been. spending some time at home, to
arrive this week to reenter the higit
Mrs. Cecil Thomson, (reinmebered
by her many friends here, as Miss
Jessie Boyd) and baby girl, and sis
ter, Mary Louis Boyd, of Monrdo, hanr
been visitors ,to their grandinmother,
Mrs. S. L. Houston, this week.
A. wire was receiv~ied n Monday by
Mr. and uMrs. Horace Jones with thei
Itad news of the arrival from over
eeas of hetr son, Mr Alt Joues. They
hlom tbat I .Will be at home in a
v~ev . W. I Jordan left on Monday
w i t Bessise to en
tejie P It f irptt`W shington COi
ie0itc- ri did her friends, whoet
iest wnp* A her.,
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Friellds here of Mrs. (bra Jones
Leary. are inte'rested to know that sin l
has necepted the position as matron of
the L. I. I. at Ruston. Mrs. Lear:
is one of the most popular and eficieun'
teachers at L. I. I.
Messrs. J. S. J McColiathy, Dr. Mosely,
Julius Williams, I)r. Curtis Williamr
and P. E. Blown went up to Homer in
Mr. Mc('onathy's car Tuesday aftr-'
noon to see the new big oil gusher
that is causing such excitement there
It you feel bad; if you are "blue,"
tired and discouraged, without appar
eat reasdh, ypou need Prick!y Ash Bit
ters, the system purifier. It restores
action in the torpid liver, cleanses
the stomach, .helps digestion, drives
out gas and fermented matter in the
bowels, aid brings back that fine feel
ing of streugtL, vim and cheerfulness
which only men in perfect health en
joy. Price $1,25 per bottle. City Drug
"Co., Speciael Agents.
Major-. (Dr.) Charles Mosel, w;ho I
was stationed during the war period I
at the Army and Navy Hospital, Ho' i
8prings, is the guest; this week, ot hi' I
brother; Dr. J., M. Mosely. His family e
al¶- aiiso visiting homefolks in rlortI
Mrs. R. D. Slms visited Ruston rela, I
tires last Swek. While there she had
the plasure of attending the big bar"
beeue on Wednesday given for return
ed soldieril of IAncoln, parish.. It was
a' great occasion for Ituston and eitry
one eijoyed it to the fullest.
8?.RG(ONS. ag' that in cases of
Cuts, Bkuns, Bruises . nd WVeund, the
FIR .a iBeATMENT is most ihport.
ant. When an EFFIOIENT antiseptlr
is applled-promptly, there is no danger
ok -iufeetion and the wopud begins to
heal at bee. For use on man or beast
BORQZ)NE is the IDEWL ANTI
SEPThIJand HEALING AGENT Buy
it now abd be ready for an emergency.
Sold by khe Modern Pharmacy, Inc.
MisB tia asnbaly of hretepirt:
was the week-end guest of Mr. am'
Mra. Blaton Theus, and Mr. anti Mrs
111 Da rlby. also of 8hreveiportcame
oa Simtay. 'the. latt'er- also; were
me mbersof the campingu t~ at' Black
ý ake ,. t, : -
Mrs. $a es .Stone.d'n handeontk
little sol James Howvard, of Mansfield.
were gests of Mr, and Mrs. Lyoun'
fatily -'r a 'short timhee this week
Mrs.. Stemne. (Mary Head) weu. on
Tuesdayyto ,Mt. Lebanon to visit her
mother, Mrs. J. D. Head, .wio is witl
her shter, Miss 11a Hardy.
Mrs. Tiomson from Nashville, Tenn.
is the gtuest of her daughter, Mrs
Wagner for .the winter. Principal
WagiA'r iand Mrs. Wagner also had
Sunday :.gests. Mr. and Mrs. O. E
Dewees ahd children, E~ddie May and
Jacik frot Bienville. The chilare,
spent the day and -their parents came
for theu I.i. th.r .car In the after.
.lit , Mrs.- Jak Davis are re
ceviymg d aigratuoa.on on : arrival
of a alitt daught r,-in their on Mon
da. mo4hig, who will be called
LUtciU. Sl e weighs about 8 pound;
al t e bonsnie looking lassie.
r Heer ,'rs. Wade, arrived
SMoon dight to make thee aetinat.
;,4ld y UtJ, ", h wot¥,Ie
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Miss. Friends of Mr. Claud Booth m
are glad to know that he is bacl b
honI o again, from the army of occupa '
tion in Germany.
Messrs. Juaies and H. I. Singleton, C
who have been frequent visitors to Ar
cadia, this summer, in the homb of g
their uncle, Mr. Blanton Theus, are r
among the early departures. for t
school. James will attend Washing- e
ton Vnilversity, and H. R. will be a
student at Tulane Unithrsity at New
A telegram from Lieut. (Dr.) Bye t
son Conger, who has recently arrived t
from overseas, informs his parents. I
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. ('onger. that he is
going through the usual procedulal of
discharge, and expects to leavS very 1
soon for home. His brother, Mr. Ed i
Conger, of Schenectady, N. Y., has been
spending theveral days with hini. ir 1
malty friends here as well as his par
elts anxiously await his home-comilmg
Mr. and Mrs. Bill' Grigsby and M.
and Mrs. Blanton Theus, chaperoned :
party of young people on a camp: a'
Black Lake, near Sailes. They wen'
jdown on Wednesday and remained 'ti'
Friday. Those in the party we'e:
,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grigsby and chll
dren; Mr. and Mrs., Blanton Thuns.
and little daughter;. Misses Gladyr
Conger, Luda .Itiynolds, Jessie 'ay
Sherard and her visitor, Miss Frances
Davenport: Mr. and Mrs. Will Daidbly
of Sheveporfi; Messs. Floyd Brewer
Dr. Billy and Henry James. JaInef
and H. H. Singleton, Clint Rogers, 'Dr
Curtis Williams. Messrs. Elnter Davies
Lorris Witmberly, Will Sam Kendall, of
The. Methodist W. M. Soelety pon
- veined on Monday In .a alled session
o for thel.purpose of revivdig their or.
iganhiation. which during the hdited
term has had no meetings, Mrs. Ber
F Ferguson, the president, conde~i 4kh
r session. TIey declqed to meet
at private homes ~pad contih ti
study of ':traung tor servrlce~'an
the. 1200 Bible questions. The furth
ýL meeting: of each month will li sbetal
j These ladles have dop. good wor and
e IT WILL BE TO POUR IN .
STEREST, TQ SEE ME BaA
I c. RE- ' 'L IBE sIN4G 1OUI
Rin old LI
School Boood WING to the f ct that
I' w Aare handled at a very
F or LASHONLY mhmldlde
OFo A 0 la of profit, made even sm
marked increase in fral
find ourselves compelled to
tomers to pay CASH for all ,
in the future.
Remember that this drug
quarters for all kinds of sche.
school supplies, such as penc
tablets composition books. r
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we are sure that much nterest. will
Ie revived after a short vacation
'specially with such live plans.
At the close of the Chautauqua pro
gram on $aturdsa afternoon. Mrs.
(Cross after her very interesting lecture
requested the men and women pres~nt
to meet her in a brief conference to dis
cuss home and1 community problems,
etc. A club was organized, called the
"Cummunity Bltterment Club," which
proposes to take in the men. women
alnd children (above 12 years old) in
town. who walI work for the building
up and progress of Arcadia, whose pur
pose it will he to improve the tpwn.
Officeirs 'elected, were as follows:
President, Leo Daniel; 1st Vice
President, Mrs. D. E. Brown; 2nd
Vice.President. Rev. W. H. Jordad;n
3rd Vice.President, Mrs. Pollard Wil
liama: Mecu¶tary, Mrs. B. A. Bkewer;
Treasurer, Mr. P. A. McUulre.
Civic, Mr. J. 8. . McConathy.
Sanitation, Mrs. Y. M. Lyons.
PsaygrouiCg and recreation, equip
menfu Principal Wagner.
Enrollmeut and Finance, Miss Jewel
Rest-room, Mrs. V. C. Pipes.
ConstItution and By-Laws, Mrs. S.
Monday evening the official board
met in the president's office for a brie
business session and other sls vere
taken in the interest of the orgauza
RENEW Y'OURI SiUB$CRIPTION
TO. THE DEMOERAT.
TiHE HIGH COST OF
Is rather a gravatirg now. BUT T
the HIGH COST OF DYING wouW
your folks if you should leave the
It's such an easy matter to join
Bieaviltk huh Mutual P
-by paying $2.75 to join and no ot
until a member dies. Our death $
been only nine deaths in three year
P:E. BROWN, Secret
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