OCR Interpretation

The Bienville Democrat. [volume] (Arcadia, Bienville Parish, La.) 1912-1980, January 06, 1921, Image 4

Image and text provided by Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88064069/1921-01-06/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

J. . eNcConathy Is Selling Men's and Boys' Suit0s and
Ofrcoats at 10 Per Cent less Than Wholesale Cost
SMs. D.L Brow. Jr. : : : : : : : : TelePhone No. 3
Rev. J. T. Sailes, of Delhi, visited
Arcadia last week.
Dr. and Mrs. Fisher of Shreveport, ji
apent the hoidays with Mrs. F. T. T'ayd
or and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Aycock and "hildrei. e
Burton and Mildred, have returned
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen and Mrs. e
Straon, motored to Bryceland, on Wed- t
Mrs. Lee Ilgoton, Mr. and Mrs ten I
U. Langsto' of Homer came over Fri
;day to visit relatives. t
Herman White whl bas Mnd a po- I
#itlon in for the piat fear, will
temain i or while
Miss gan has returnec
to Rlton, sant visit to gr.
dia fries
Mr. D. A.. I w a the
of Ui: T,-M Byrd
ad family
.i janj of Bienville,
Aft toake a course ii
,i. y, [r0
Texa. .
a too. gee T. N. BHrpel
i. Of UNvepo" rt,
et eqtpty, wat
. tUMru Fred W
It yeet
h have I
t hr
'*it4 wh re
Mr. I'. E. frown and Misses Bessit P
and '.iriam Bcown went over on Sat- k
urday morning to Shreveport, accom
panied by Miss Mobley, who joined
them at this place, en route homn
from Jonesboro, where she has beert
visiting. They enjoyed the musica'
comedy "Irene," at the Grand Opera P
house on Saturday night.
The Domestic Science Class, under g
the direction of Miss Alys Bond, serv
ed a splendid luncheon on Tuesday at
the School building.. to the School
board members. The menu consisting
of oyster soup, crackers, chicken ant'
dressing, green peas, mashed potatoes
pickles, celery, creamed asparagus, ho'
biscuit, jelly, pineapple salad, marsh 8
mallow pudding, take and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Robinson, have r
had as recent guests, his sister, Mrs. v
.1. tR. Copeland and daughter Sybil, a
of Haynesville, Mrs. Robinson's neice c
Mg. N. E. McEleel and her children of t
Delhi. Their daughters, Mrs. Verdie I
Prazier, of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Swat- v
sonberg; and Miss Thurla Robinson, of t
Shreveport, have returned home after
a delightful visit to their parent.
Miss Mary Galoway, of Ruston, re
twned to her home last Wednesday,
a~ter a pleasant visit to her grand
mother, Mrs. Jo. Fuller, and, friends,
in Arcadia. Mrs, Galloway has t
;sho been the guest of Mrs. Fuller,
Who habisd as other guests her sister
M's, Buihett, of Mt: Lebanon, and her
brother, Mr. C. A. Baker, from near
Minden. Miss Irma Galloway spent a
a part of her Christmas vacation hi
Ruston visiting her parents.
The many friends hereof Rev. E. D
Head; of Valey Mills,. Texas, were
klad to see him Thursday when he
stopped off for a few hours enrout.
to Waco; Texas, where he is one ofl
the teachers in Baylor University, as
well as Pastor of Valley Mills Church.
He is Contemplating soon to give all
of his time to teaching hi the Univerei
tpo Rev. Head had been on a vie:
to Mansfield to see his mother, Mras.
J, D. Head, and sister Mrs. Stone, te
former aecompanying him to Texas.
Mrs. W. C. Tlfomas was called to
Mansfield last, week on account of tih
illness and death tof her father, qIr
Jas A. Enoe,l who had been in iI
health for several months. Mrs
Thomas and son Percy and daughter
Eselle went to Mansfield on Tuesday
and remained until Saturday. Mr. En.
loe's death occurred on lasit Thursday
He had many friends here, who art
grieved on account of his passing away
an&d ho extend condolence to the be.
reaV . ..
Sj and M ..r ene Daniel havt
ski d $, K Itoy.O Jordan, who
dat8 rned to o 4: d bNew Orleans
Mr. and MDrs. J. R. L ord. n and J. P.
*l llave returned to their homn
- i ttlesbur, Miss; Miss Leola Hay,
oft Ruston; Mr. and Mrs. Jo. Jodon
of Btenvflt ; r. Midtord'ot Bienville.
their mither, Mrs. ,Jim Jordan, who
has beeirwlth them'f r some time, hab
o8 lretUlard to her home at Liberty
"Ieth her. . -,
Tma & a sl ultr , o di,
he entertainment siven last Friday
evenlig by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pbne
oetao their daughter,
Miss - Mbi was at home
mas e hoer, pass
tvl-3fr, The ptise for the higshest
r;~o as awarded Mr. King Murphy,
Swas a silk c ; t.:_
warn on by MR 1
le, olives, celery and dalkeirs. tel
I-owed by "Ttt. Fc.tti Oresam and
Cake. Then the young people went
out -f ,doors and enjoyed fireworlk
ti lt time to go thebohrCbea and ring
t, belisr ad 0id the INew Year
o th to and .acher, who
Iftator tqtdeePeatire ulstitu
of lenrai Oiad to seesue their
ll by ver am h iealsned In
~l$~ :~lv r 1t88 v tetnrays or
O , on sukeyt o Cas
effectively decorated in Ivy and Christ- E
mas hGreen and the banquet table witlh I
it's exquisite napery, cut-glass and sil- ti
ver and center,piece of poinsetla, was
most attractive. Many graceful toasts
appropriate to the occasion, and re
Honmses, enhanced the pleasure of the
dinner. Mrs. Daniel was toast mistress
and presided very gracefully. A num
ber of toasts were given to the Sq
perintendent, Mr. W. D. Goff, and to
the members of the Sunday School; to
the pastor, Rev. J. C. Cox; to the
President of the Class, Mr. Matt Tomp
kins and others. Miss Vera Jones,
Mis Annie Lesba Glorr, Mr. Percy
Brown, Mr. Matt Tompkins, Miss
Gladys-Conger and Miss Jessie Brown
made and responded to toasts. Rev.
J. C. Cox made a toast that Was es
pecially enjoyed. A delcious turkey
dinner of five courses, was served. Mnr
and Mrs. J. C. Cox were out of town
Mr. B. E. Lawery, who for somtime
has conducted a confectionery on Front
street is busy making several improve
ments in his store. Besides adding
.new shelves he is painting and re-ar
ranging his stock. He states that he
will add a complete line of groceries
and will continue to sell cold drinks,
cigars and -tobacco. He also adds
that he will conduct a strictly cash
business and will sell at prices that
will make it worth while for leople
to pay cash for their groceries:
60 acres lapd with $1200 4 room
dwelling house just . completed. On
poposed gravel road, 3 miles from
Arcadia. Will take bank stock oi
other good stock for flrt paýIent.
Home orchard work conrqumed most
of the agent's time this week, writer
i'. H. Milliken, agent in Morehous
parish. Instruction wu given in or
chard plannipg, spacing different
kinds of trees, hadjn the proper meth,
od of puttlng;O t trees. & number of
formers are ordering firlit treeb
:through the agent.
Farmers ,who pilated early oats art
wellU epesed with the way this cror
is showing up at present, reports J. V
Rabb, agent in Washington Parish
Eforts. are being made to help farm
ers to market their rsrup.
Farmers, disgusted with cotton, art
investigating the possibilities of sweet
potatoes kud a4lrying, reports W. M.
McBride, agent in Webster Parish. A
fifteen thousand bushel sweet potatoe
curing puant and shipmeents of mill.
to a creamery in Shreveport'are be
mg planned.
Almost every farmer in Catahoula
Parish has plenty of hogs from which
to make bacon and lard for the next
year, and many of them will have a
few hogs to market, reports P. B.
Crawford, parish agent.
SAt a meeting of the Oberlin Cham
ber of CommeIree held this week the
question of forming a FParm Bureat"
was discussed, reports Geo. W. Bohne
Agent in ~Aln parish. That organisa
tto ,eadersed lT Idea h rvolumntesres
Rto stadi theaiNttlp p exss of e
Stist ~li ovement started . An ortga.
isa tion committee Is w w at work and
local med~iga will. lbe 1mid wle.-t
wide orga6ptation "c -
Dee., b etween 'J R.
S inArieadla.and bl.. es:
tor lriettn of watch t i
Designed by Miss Drsg, HBome Eo
Sonomict leher in Otlh nd Higb
Last fall the Booselr -Manauactur
1 Company, of New tCitle, Indlta"
re.red svenal cash prime in a oae
Se tlton they pot. e: for the best de.
sigh of a. Model Ktchen. They ,malde
She Competiton Opea to aUy one, Md
t adtvrtised It i rech a vayt u asto dra
' the' ianterest - attention of all the
I archlttets, ad dealgaere
Ir ithe Uni tea - and s
To (iet asl'l rgu 4t theiompetition.
a jury was formed composed of the
Sfoiofh g l: 'and gentlemen of
r Ookin(m Is PubUIli
....o. oi hArbchiteti
a tn kQ..U*.,and thyarE
St - D?. u1s s tblat ingt ' ma
eas pe Idesst1
Evening Post will phblish the prize
winning designs, together with some o1
the other designs of merit.
E, H. FISHER, Arcadia, La.
'7he KIHTC[XUl
Be firm! whatever tempts thy soul
To loiter 'ere it reach its goal,
Whatever siren voice would draw
Thy heart from duty and its law,
Oh! that distrust. Go bravely on,
And till the victor-crown be won,
Be firm.
-Sarah Mayo.
Chicken is a favorite meat with peo
ple the world over and no matter how
served, If well cooked, it
is always popular.
Maryland Chicken.
Dress and cut up a
..chicken, sprinkle with
S salt and pepper, dip in
flour, egg and crumbs,
place in a well-greased
dripping pan and' bake
in a hot oven, basting
with one-third of a cupful of butter.
Arrange on a platter and pour over
two cupfuls of cream sauce.
Chicken Curry.--Singe and cut the
chicken at the joints in pieces for
serving. Cover with boiling water,
add two teaspoonfuls of salt and a
half saltspoonful of pepper. Simmer
for half an hour or longer if not ten
der, drain, dredge with seasoned flour
and brown lightly with a tablespoon
ful of butter. Fry one large onion in
the same fat, mix one tablespoonful
of flour, one teaspoonful of sugar and
one tablespoonful of curry powder and
brown. Add one cupful of water, or
stock, one cupful of tomato or. one
sour apple chopped with salt and pep
per to taste. Pour this sauce over the
chicken and simmer until tender. Add
one' cupfpl of hot cream and serve
with boildd rice.
Jellied Chicken.--Bring to the boil
lag point two cupfuls of chicken stock
from which the fat has been removed,
add to it dhe tablespoonful of gels,
tin which Whas been soaked in four ta
blespoonfuls of cold water. Press into
a mold four cupfuls of seasoned
booked chicken, pour over the stock,
put under a weight and chill until
firm. Any other meat may be served
In the same way. "
Chicken Pie.-Dress and cut up one
chicken as for frying; cook until ten
der. Season when nearly cooked.
Lay the pieces In a baking dish, add
one pint of- stock thickened with. two
tablespoonfuls of flour, and pour over
the chicken. Add a slice of onion.
Make a biscuit dough, cuat out as a
biscuit and cover the,tp of the dish
of chicken, Add cream or rich milk
ad bake until the biscluits are brown.
K :evefwrom the baking desh.
Tuna fish has been called "the tur
key of the sea" and it is easy to imag
Ine when eating the delil
Scates flavored fish, that it
bis apear relative to the
i . tuiay or chicken. Tuna
fish, flaky white anq de
Udious may be used-in
nearly all recipes where
the meat of- poultry is
used. '
SA saulehi which is
'sited for dark b -adai be pre
uare as follows: Make paste of
Sthree hard-cooked egg -ks, two
tabespoopfuls of bWunatead4 one-half
ueptfl of tuna, onpetaif teaspoatful of
dry mustard aid one teaspoontaul of
Schopped eaj r.- Chop the whites very
t161.a ad add. If the milture seems
a ,-add a little vinepgar and olive oil,.
b 'Tua ouflie.-Melt' two tablospoon.
ilis of butter ln a saucepan, add
t~nike tablespoonfuls of flour, one-half
a t uqpoonl of salt, cayeune to taste,
thide-fourths of ii cupful of milk, cook
a' until thick, add three well-beatse yolks
i lad oe lilful of ,tana. Cool, Add
the stty beten whites, tarn intO a
the u l* bib ill dii and bake for half
a l~tis a t.moderate oven. Serve
1w (in i re-Cut the, stem
Sends, removing the veins and seeds of
Ip .." pepprs. Soak the peppers
I -n atdr z .beat oar egg slightly,
Sadd one cupful of milk, two cupfuals of
au ad [email protected] . ,bread ei7rats,
sti aind peppey.. Pack the nlizttiUe
tit( p~e pera:, bsprinkle bPttered
;1 ever that top and brow Ill the
ac, ervtingb . eote
I ;t foor, me tciibbl~e on
,butatter. on, tfiFa of
4 fo.
~toiffi te sao~tRo
½i af~;
American Airmen Give Demonstration
of Efficiency of New Aircraft
Fireproofing Compound.
A hair-raising demonstration of the
efficacy of a new aircraft fireproof
ing compound was staged at Atlantic
City, N. J., a few weeks ago by two'
4merican airmen, late of the Lafay
ette Escadrille, reports Popular Me
chanics magazine, in an illustrated 1
article. Each of the men first donned
a special flying suit and metal helmet,
both of which had been painted with
the compound. Mechanics then
sprayed each with gasoline. Mean
while the plane, which also had been
painted with the preparation, was sim
ilarly drenched with gasoline. Pilot
and passenger climbed into their cock
pits. As the ,engine was started a
torch was applied to airmen and air.
craft. Roaring forward over the air.
dronme, like d flaming, smoking comet,
the plane rose into the air and for
five minutes horrified the spectatorr.
At the end of this time the flames
had died out and the plane was
brought to earth Careful Inspection
having been made, airmen and air.
plane were found to be unharmed ex
cept for a coating of soot.
Lunch Sentiment
It is fashionable these days to dis
count the "little red schoblhouse" and
remind sentimental political orators
who wish to defend it and other tradi
tions with a' stute constabulary, that
it was the workroom of an , verwbrked
teacher. But the "carry your own
lunch movement," which follows some
years of "proper hot lunch" in our
schools and offices, does bring the old
days back when the last half-hour be
fore loon was a squirming, anxious
wait before Johnny and Bobbje could
examine their little tin boxes and swap
apples and pears and thick cheese
sandwiches, and bopst about their
mothers' cakes. Those were the days
when hard-boiled eggs cost 2 cents,
instead of 10, ahd the doughnut and
the cookie were dot stereotyped bakery,
products but the treasure of home jars
on the topmost pantry shelf. Those
were the days!
Pollu to Keep His "Kepl.".
Some months ago stalwarts of the
old French army were grieved to
learn that the kepi was to go the way
of the red trousers, its place being
taken by a steel helmet for parade
occasions and a soft bonnet for u.
dress uniform. The decree was al
ways unpopular, since the kept, in ad
dition to being comfortable and smart,
is immemorably associated with the
glory of French arms.
Now, however, the minister of war
answers a deputy in the Journal Of
fdeel by stating that a return to the
kepl is actually "munder consideration.
It Is good news, and alrbady in many
garrsons sous officers are allowed to
wear it as a part of their walkllanfout
kit.--London Times
A Flivver Catches Grasshoppers
Fred Bawkins, g farmer in south
ern Thayer county,bhas discovered a
new use for the 1vver. Grasshoppers
are plentiful in his setlon and It is
necessary to kill them of now before
they can lay ;their eggs. He attaches
to the front of his Ford car a trap
like device made on the principle of a'
vacuum eleaner. It takes in a iO
foot swath and will function at any
speed up to forty miles an hour. He
has cleaned five bundred acres of al
talfa by this device and gathered Ia
about three-quarters of a ton of hop
peru in the once oVer.-Slouz Vit;
p -
"Poor Whites eof Porte Aleti
Nor wajd shlitude conGas'ito Afti
cns. Spati lobng 1dE Porto mRco a
a penil colony, and when publle works
no longer required them, the convicts
were turned loose to shift for them.
Relves. Most of them took to the moun
talns, where the "poor white" popula
tlog is numerous to this dii. Yet .the
later generations ara no more crime
Inal than the Australlians; if there ais
much petty thlevlng, it i natural in
n. hungry, overrowded community.
Fanr h Ieinnts
a · re
WFe Ae prreid 1 `lj your every need for a
new Fence, or, theT 15 or implements to cul. -
tivate t tround on the inside.
'V ..g g 4- ;
No. 5285.--Third District Court, Bien
ville Parish, Louisiana, W. L. Whit- p
ley et al Vs. Percival D. Whitley,
et al.
Authorized by a commissi'n from
said court on a judgment in the above t
styled cause, I will sell at public auc
tion for cash to effect a partition, at
the front door of the courthouse a
Arcadia, Bienville Parish, Louisiana,
within legal sale hours on
Saturday, January 15, 1291
the following described lands and ap
purtances, without appraisement, to
The west half of southeast quarter,
the east half of southwest quarter and
the southwest quarter of the south
west quarter of Section 3, and the
southeast quarter of southeast quart
er of Section 4, and the oasthalf of
northeastfluarter and ten acres of the
east side of the northwest quarter ol
northeast quarter of Section 9, and the
west half of northwest quarter and the
northeast quarter of the northwest of
Section 10, Township 15 north, Range
0 west, in Bienville Parish, Louisiana,
containing 450 acres more or less.
This December 0th, 1920.
J. E. CURRIE, Sheriff.
No. 4502, Third Judicial District
Court Bienville Parish, La. Wal
lace Blackwell et al Vs. Dan Ward.
Under and by virtue of a writ of
execution issued out of the above nam.
ed Honorable Court and to me direct
ed, I have seized and will offer for
sale to, the last and highest bidder for
cash, with benefit of appraisement, at
the principle front door of the Court
house in Arcadia, Bienville Parish
La., within legal sale hours on
Saturday, January 15th, 1921
the following .described property, to.
All of H. L. Blackwell's undivided
interest in and to the succession of
John Blackwell and Caroline Black- -
well, deceased, including hisntdivid
ed -interest in and to SW 1-4 of NW
1-4, SW 1-4 of SW 1-4, Sec. 17, SE
1-4 of NE 1-4, NE 1-4 of SE 1-4 and
S 1-2 of SE 1.4, Sec. 18, TP. 15 N,
it 7, W, with all improvements there
The above described property seized
as belonging t othe defendant, in exe
cution, H. L. Blackwell, and will be
sold to satisfy said writ of execution
and all costs.
This the 9th day of December, A.
D., 1920.
J. E, CURRIE, Sheriff,
Sam Davis vs. N, Y. and. Jap Bew
mam, No. , Third Judial Dis
trict Court, Bienville Parish, a.
Under and, by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued out of the
above named Honorable Court and to
me directed, I have seized and will
offer for sale to the last and highest
bidder, for cash, at the principal front
door of the court house in the town of
4readia, Bienville Parishl, Loulsanai
within legal sale hours on
Saturdy, February 12th, 1921
the following described property, to.
S½ of SW%, SW% of 8E%, Sec.
28; NW1.4 of NW14, N1-2 of NE14
of NW1-4 and all that part of NW1-4
of NE1-4, Sec. 88 lying west of Ar
cadia and Liberty Hill road, all in
Twp. 17 N., I. SW, containing 215
acres more or less with all improve
ments thereon.
Said property seized as-belonging to
tle defendants N, Y. and Jap Bow
man, and will be sold to satisfy said
writ and all costs.
This the 5th day of January, A. D.,
J3.3. %URRIE,
8herlf of Blenville Parish, La.
SDr. H. A. Bmrton, veterinary surgeon
who was formerly located in Arcadia,
at which time he was Federal Tick
Inspector for this pariah, has purchas.
ed the veterinary hospital of Dr. 14.
F. Stovall, and* will. make this his
Dr. Burton has recently been locat
ed in Ruston, and it is with pleasure
that a friends learn that he has de
aided to returnto Arcadia. The Demo
crat. Joins his many friends in extend
ing he and Mrs. Burton a hearty wel
come, .
Old 8tuff.
When men speak of the weaker sex
and the gentle sex, what are they talk.
intg about, anyhow? Nobody seems to
bnow.-Loa Angeles Times.
NO 5444, Third Judicial District Court,
Bienville Parish, Louisana. Jack
Davis vs. Elton Barnette.
Under and by virtue of an execu
tion issued out of the above named
Honorable Court and to me directed.t
have seized and will offer for sale to
the last and highest bidder, for cash,
with the beneflit of appraisement, at
the principal front door of the court
house, in the Town of Arcadia, Bien
ville parish, La., within legal sale hours
Saturday, January 12, 1921
the following described property, to
One entire stock of groceries, to
gether with fixtures, iron safe, scales,
ice box, oil tank and all other fixturer
The above described property be
longing to the defendant, Elton Bat
nette, and will be sold to satisfy ial
writ of execution and all costs.
This the 6th day of January, A. D
J. E. CURRIE, Sheri.
The Commercial Bank of Arcadia, vs.
Elton Barnette, No. 5468, Third Dis
triet Court, Blenville Parish, Il.
Under and by virtue of a writ of
Seizure and Sale issued out of thi
above named Honorabe Court and to
me directed, I have seized and will
offer for sale to the last and highest
bidder, for cash, at the principal front
door of the Court House in the Town
of Arcadia, Loulsana, Blenville Pariah
within, legal sale hours on
Saturday, January 2d,'*1921
the following described property, tt
One Mosler Safe, one Pennsylvania
Oil Tank, One Detroit Scale also cue
,Dayton Scale, One Meat Market Ice
Box, One Small Ice Box and One
Michigan Cash Register, all of said
property being situated in Elton Bar.
nette's Grocery Store in the Town of
Arcadia, Loulsana.
Said property seised as belonging k
the defendant, Elton Barnette, and wW
be sold to satisfy said writ of Selmure
and sale and all costs.
This the 6th day of January, A.D.,
Sheriff of Blenvlle Parish, La.
No Customers shall
treat us better than we
will treat,.them. I
We shall meet the
trade cheerfully if they
will smile a little.
We shall do our duty
as we see it.
Our daily effort will
, be to please thos who
can be pleased.
Prices at our store
will be as low as quall.
ty will permit.
We will have to off.,
er, everything a family
buys'* from a general
SWe hereby promise
, to every buyer, quality
and prompt service.
In fact, we wish here
to pledge our best en
ergies to public irterest
so long as the cistomer
does not. work detri
mentally (o us.
Come to our store
'and prove us out. We
will back up our state.
I -.mN

xml | txt