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lp, . Brown. Jr. : : : : Telephoe No. 34
C. M. Kerr, ,f Nw Orleans,
tlng Mr. and 1lrý. i. 1f'. Ross.
Jack Davis wlti return home
SKey visited in fit. L,,hanonj
an Frost" Refrigerators-safe,
and sensibl. This is the
dae and the aut satisfac.
market. For ale at S. A.
Stewart ik visiting his
t. and Mrs. J..\., Stewart.
Mrs. J. C. IRollol'trJ visited
Sat Mt. Leha:l '" Sunday.
L.,1 Brown visitel, her moth.
xwmltta last week.
~of A Mr. G. H. G(hllnian arc
SO1d to know of his continued
eunt at Mineral Wiolls, 'Tea.
.- * " t
zilagazlnes at IKNIGHT.
ulid Mr. Guidry, oif HIomer, are
Sof their pare'lts, lr. and
ir:l. ". " Filsher will at
h chen meeting in New Or.
,:. " "
Igrade class of Domestic
llgtertuined the school board
Ij PFeoti and Hemstlteh.
SNettle Tanner, Arcadias,
ldm returned same day
-Atkins, of Homer, was the
11 brother, Dr. Lamar At
Conducted services at the
Sunday, and preached
a* rpplcIative audience.
ln was in town Sun.
jO his parents, Mr. and
Brown from Haynes.
and Mrs. Julius Wil.
s few WHITE
them to realize how
and how eco "
SIn white enamel.
t .gest of his son,
and Mrs. Atkins.
/I,,. * *
aIghn and two little
are the guests of her
.tton and relatives. a
*gand little son,
Were the guests of
,oathy visited her
and Sunday, from
to she has a posl
mi the current
* .AU the popular
t, principal of the
~ttend' the large teaen
New Orleans this
IJonin, who teaches
Atrrive home Thurs.
week-end with home
spent Tuesday and
veport where shc
e meeting of the
wi l eamd*
- WL-Mise Nettle
.loer, of Brycoland,
"ilting her diugbters,
Miss Annie Lesba
to her home.
Iew A tefSlmyr
MvOS room, sves
ey sanitar at all
at & A CONOER'S.
A. Tooke, of hbreve.
is of their parents
by their little son.
.of Mlnden, "Miss
Mr. and Mrs
d te week-end
i& held an in
S. S. Henry
periodicals. For sale at INIGHTEN'S
Mrs. Frank Givens went to Sims
boro on Tuesday to visit her father,
Mr. Madden. Mrs. Givens' friends
deeply sympathize with her in the
great sorrow of losing her mother
which advent occurred last week.
Miss Louise McKeathan and Mr.
Walter McGuire surprised their friends.
last Thursday evening when they
were quietly marired at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Henry. Best wishes
are extended for their future happi
Everybody loves a good laugh. Thy
Tattle Town Uplift Society will keep
you laughing. Come to Simsboro High
School Auditorium, Friday, April 4
at 8:00 p. m. Given by Methodist
Ladies for church fund. Admission
20e and 35c.
Mesdames Mary Goodwin and W.
M. Deas entertained the Baptist W.
M. S. last Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Deas. Mrs. Garland Howell con.
ducted the Bible lesson, after the de
votional exercise by Mrs. J. P. Caskey.
Ice cream and cake were enjoyed.
Mrs. Frank Taylor and Mrs. A. D.
Henry were guests. Miss Dorothy
Dens contributed some piano selections
that added much to the pleasure of the
Mr. D. E. Brown attended the fun
eral of his uncle, Mr. Ed Talbot, for.
merly of Jonesboro, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Talbot had many friends at this
place where he has frequently visit
ed, who will regret his passing away
He was another of the "Men in Grey"
who has answered to the last roll
call. A pioneer citizen, a unique char
acter, he commanded the respect .of
all who knew him by his absolute
honesty and sincerity of purpose. He
was a devoted father and is survived
by two sons and two daughters, Dr.
B. H. Talbot, of Ruston; Mr. S. S.
Talbot, of Jonesboro; Mrs. Alice Stin
son and Miss Ella Talbot, of Jones
INTERESTING NEWS FROM t
GIBSIAND AND VICINITY
Mrs. C. A. Berry spent Saturday in
Miss Nell Watkins spent the week
end with relatives in Minden.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Harris, of
Haughton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs
T. H. Brown last week.
Mesdames Chas. Byrd, and A. D.d
Williams have been quite sick from an b
attack of influenza. e
Mrs. Fred Thomason and little son
Peoples . SATURDAY
0vmr IlP 8I It
ardwa--e Your Choice of any piece in this lot for Each.
REGULAR 10A to 2"0 VALUES. g
ARCADIA, On Saturday, April 16th OlyAt Peoples ldw. Co's ore
will be offered to the housekeepers of Arcadia and vicinity an unforeseen opportunity of securing
some of our REGULAR STOCK QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUMWARE at unheard of
L .prices, due to a very fortunate purchase. " , .
SALE WILL START proniptly at nine o'clock, Saturday, April i th. Not one minute be
Your Cholte of any pleoe In this lot for 49c Each. Your Choice of any piece in this lot for $1.9 each
REGULAR 1Oc to $'1.25 VALUES. REGULAR $1.50 TO $3.00 VALUES.
lt o Saturay, Apre p iel
Dn fforeret e d
Your Choi.. of any pie in thi lot for 49c Each. Your oice of any piecei this lot for pie$es 1a
EGULAR 60c to $N VALUES. REGUAR 1,0 TO $3.00 VALU
FR TCANDEGET 4, , ',
,-W0Do not forget the d -,o";
! sit Oou:l IaLN
r ! 4 ý« sto "STU aa t
are guests in the houme of her parents.
Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Thomason.
Harold Rogers delightfull enter
tained the Senlior class at his home
last Friday evening.
Miss Annie Johnston went to Rus_
ton for a week-end visit with home
Mrs. W. II. Row and baby, Cornelia,
are spending this week with relatives
at Magnolia, Ark.
Mrs. Selma Pitman. of Athens, wa::
a recent guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Kiddl.
Mrs. Herman Brown, of Ashdown.l
Ark.. spent last week visiting rela
Mrs. W. IT. I)ay is a patient in a
sanitarium in Shreveport. Her friends
wish for her a speedy recovery.
Miss Lila Mae Madden has resign.
ed her position in Minden. and is at
hIiome for awhile.
MIr. and Mr.s. W. II. ,nzarns spen!
several days in Hionier with their
,'laughter. Miss Kate Lazarus, who wa,
very ill from influenza.
Miss Malmic Colon is at home from
Frederick: Okla.. where she spent e'sv.
eral weeks, the guest of her aunt. Mrs.
Mrs. W. IT. Ricks and children. of
Monroe. have returnled home after a
pleasant visit to relatives here and at
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Payne were call.
ed to Jennings last Friday by the
serious illness of their daughter, Mrs
Mrs. Chas. Hamner has returned
from La Feria, Texas. She was ac
companied on the trip by her son, Dr
Mrs. Amanda Burnett died Sunday
night at her home in Mt. Lebanon
She has many relatives and friends
here who will sadly miss her, and are
deeply grieved to know that she has
Mrs. Payne died very suddenly at
her home here Sunday night. She has
been a citizen of our town but a short
timie, and few here had the pleasure
of knowing her
The Shreveport high school base
'1 team played the Gnbsland hign
school team here Saturday 4lfternoon.
The game resulted in a victory f;r
Our girls' basket ball team went to
Arcadia Friday afternoon for a game
and were defeated by the Arcadia
girls' team. They were most delight
fully entertained and spent an enjoy.
Mrs. M. L. Jenkins. of Mansfield, a
worker in the W. M. U. of the Baptist
church, will be here tomorow, Wednes
day, and the local society will give
hier a reception pat the church in the
Little Misses Wilfred and Margaret t
ts. Merritt entertained nine of their
youIlng friends S:1tuin ,'y with a piei('e,
The c(hihlren were c(haperoned by
r- Mrs. Jntmison and Miss ',razelle. The
no day wasi ideal. the woolIs beautiful,
atnd the chihlretol joyful. The liostess
Ces c arriedl a nmost Iniril.itifl dliner
is. whicih Iwas greatly enjoyed.
IMr. and Mrs. J(hn L. Garrott. of
Minden, are the proud parents of twin
ia, aoys, who arrived at the Norm
cs Louisianll Saniita:lrinnl I SIrellveport,
Marth :iltl. he110 les selected for
Stheln are John Li ., Jr., an:d Felix 1]1l0y.
:Mrs. Pnurl ihl is with her tdaughter
d at the s:uti;arium. Mrs. Garrett. who
was Miss Helehn Hurhei, and Idahi
Shartve mlany friends here who will wel
i. 'me Ilell hi next week whrl' tiheIy or..
I TIl hir-.lay nighl of last week oil,
toi'n was visited Iy the ilust territie
raii ist lcin in its histl ry. Theo (Cr lu11
. luti'st was neomin lllied by mI athl hail
lland a lmost wonlderful e'letria;l dis
land l'ocltric Light Co.. wa fttur' fee!
h iieep ini wate'r il a shrt line. cotsdc
t by au hevry surgel of lnak waller t'l fi
I the nth'i:i lin tent of the i ixie-i)ver
hlad luigh woy. The ul:rt!c,:e dini tº 1,
ithe it:IchiOt'ry was said Io re ashoil
wº,,0.0 o l) Th. The clb nlkilnent hail to
lie (lit to ~have the plali 'roni tita'
disttutll iolln, lllller al n ('o. .lost :
iarlo'ad of hay which was stloedl i
if ': watrehouse in the overflhw tliItric..
A large and hig Shly enthll siat li
aut di( l e was present at tihe lla)iis:
ehiureh Saturday night it greet 1nlze'
1. Hlare Wilder, the Louisianll oprllo
ti whose 'marvelous nolatiral vocal gifts
have attracted the attention of the
entire mutsical world, and who no
less an artist thau Mary Fariden has
adopted as a protege. To say that
e' Mrs. Wilder charnie'l ien herrers is
r putting it mildly. Her renditions of
a number of the most technically in
Svolved operatic arias, were so perfect
in their execution and tone quality as
Isto challenge the most critical ear to
C detect any difference between her own
voice and that cof the great artist on
the phonography records with which
it she sang. At the close of the con
s cert, Mrs. Wilder gave an interesting
t accornt of the way in which her voice
e was discovered less than two yearm
ago and the manner in which it has
been brought to the attention of a
number of the world's greatest artists.
Mrs. Wilder was assisted in her pro
grain by Gibsland's popular songbird,
Miss Gladys Patterson, who gave soy
eral charming numbers, accompanice
r on the piano by Mrs. S. M. eden, and
e by Messrs. Julius S. Sehradiek and I
iWm. W. Todd, who delighted thin
audience with a distinct novelty ii;
- form of several violin duets. some of
which were played unaccompanied.
and in others of which they had thq
assistance (if Mrs. Win. 11. Todd at i
the piano. The Woman's Mission, t
under the auspices of which' the con
cert wzs given cleared something ovet
$100.)0, which will be, applied on the
epxense of finishing work on the in
terior of the building. p
r ARCADIA HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
V On Friday afternoon the Gibsland,
' girls' basket ball team, accompanied
by their coach, Miss Nell Watkins.
Misses'Ilarvill, Johnston and a nunt
her of stludents from the school, came
iv'er for the return game with thlt
f eam here. The game was well played
hy both teams with a resutling scor(,
f 5 to t) in favor of Ar'adia. About
5::L0 the (Cibsland team witlhi Miss
Watkins and their friends toglther
with the home team and their friend,'
:lii tleawhers enjoyed a plnic in th',
Ihomie .Eonomies kitchetn. The table
\ViV: well lahlenedl 'with all kinds of
g I nll w;alict'll('s, vakes, frullitS, pickles
wviih which was served punch and last
ine (,ertin. Miss (',lnger, the conch
u:f tIlt Arad;lia team, with the hell
ofI' 1e girls ,were 'responIsible for this
eijyaIle o(':ision whll ilich everyone tip
pi'''ia:letl. Miss (',oiger wishes to ex
jIri' her Ihoanks to the girls for their
ser(vices in helping her, a ls Mr. Wag
o'r l itll thers who t ~sist(d inll tlk
i,, : 1he aftl'lelrnol a so(.ial sltccess.
The Pa riish , lýchdl lhu; ird with
,Sopt. 'ishir and lrof. Waginer were
Itll '.e!s of th' e I olae Etnomi lics
diprarleit 1ici t Tuesdly, April -1. The
lasteftul table :ar'ralngemtent and fault.
'ls miº:lnner ini which his splendid
im'tinnr was servetd espeaks better
thIaa words tihe excellent work aeomi
plished by thoese gi li.. un(der the ellie
itll ins'truction l of their teacher. Miss
The senior class accoinpanied by
Mr. Watigner visited the ice plant aInst
'Th'rslay after Cioo. They reported
a line trip land as a proof (of the good
work of the plant, they brought back
a freezer of' cream. The faeulty was
invited by Mr. Wagner to enjoy this
treat with the class.
Supt. E. I. Fisher and Prof.
Wagner are attending the State
Teachers' Association which con.
ve\es in New Orleans, April 6,.7, ant
BOYS AND GIRLS! IT'S UP TO
If you have within you the love
of higher things and better days; if
you have ambition, energy and de
termination, we can train you in busi.
Hess methods, Bookkeeping, Stenogra
phy, Penmanship, Wireless Telegraphy
and Telephony, etc., and secure for
you a good position. You can get this
big start toward the success you want
to make of your life in a few months'
time and at a small cost to yourself:
Melvin Traylor milked cows to pay
his board, while studying our Book
keeping and Banking and now he is
recognized as one of America's great.
You have no time to lose. The
*pring and summer months should be
,used in securing a business education,
that you may accept a good payinig
position when the busy fall season
In our years of experience in teach.
ing. we have helped thousands of young
persons unfold and blossom into
greater ulls(' luli es. aI\\ ;ll Itl l
resplisibllities off blusil.sý lif e and
(I'' lll\ (' i l'h ' 11lorS 1 iti~1 4ie'ess.
What wve lii timine for It!,4)1I. othier
we (ealI do for you. The business
w irhl is selekinti every'vhere fur
.1il- lg lllnl 11 (1 i (VO1'uIilli \\hi a1 e rel ]L'i
perly. trlinedl ill busine. to tlo thl
,work the bhusites ofli.e eluaniils. "se
your ym itl i the Ilpursulit of kInwli
e e. f e ,, l\' .. iv yi\ no i etter ail
vice thil ito jiii ar lir Ige iltustrioi.s
laid of S illhilts; lhtyv are. here from
ltuliall ' ift irelt slta s illid are giiar
out daiily as gr:alnlles into splendid
poi itilhlls 5 l'ti lh'i 11' fret 12111
p u ll i ' el l' D :ii nllii lt
s t henltt ofi yotila,1 Ip oplie t i Mllhav
tavelVeid htie miiiI we ale :iilvising yin
to travel will hie ilterolitiin retadhia
to yi li. Thie leit ls fromtii ll.iness
liriii,, \viI lh h\V' :i I lit," ate 4iiW" Oil.
,.i,,t1 will Iris et''ourtIrall2 to y in,
ti ll ' a l o jo n t I ,1i, n iileS 11141 ert- lil
';,,. to etlinliletir ih the sii will I nil,
lie li :ilt ,lurlli to ,'ii'1 t \ eii lt e
it'lt'h by torrt, iv p ld nle. Fill ill yo. i
lainlie alnd athirest, dlip :ild l:iiil to
dtlay for I , 1i' %,l free t';lli!o nh.
TYLI.ERI t'1º31 E1 lltt'i.\ I, ('1 OL4 LE ,
Tyler, 'Tex is
A lhires$' ...
Mansfield Female College 11M D .oN
MANSFIELD), L,. R. E. Bobbitt, Pres. ambitio u s,
sensiblh, girls, for Ssiln 192-2:I,. Thirtty Soior uland Forty-Six Juniors
liow. li h Stho, l :1;Ithl I ets take intlieiI . Exceptional Musical advan
taigs es, H xpns I.l. No p;ie ftor Extlravagance. Brains
cunt. (Cmhrater at cml. not cre lits alon. MAKE RIESERVATIONS
JUST RECEIVED A NEW L 0T ITO SELL
AT PER SACK
Califo Plain ll American
Flour, 48 lb. Plain Flour,
sack .... L . per sack . .
The superior quality of the Flour is well
known and the price is RIGHT.
ARCADIA, . LOUISIANA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1'. `. Dlistriict Court. W'estern Dis
trict of Louisialna, ill Iklklrupt'y.
'o 't h til 'reditors:
Ntice is hotreo'y given tlhat ('on'Iuc'st
\11,e l, of ii ibsiland, La., I;ienville par.
ishI. illn ''li i district, \was adjudI(Iel
ha nkl rut ,m the 28th day (If March.
I.lil IIh t 1he flist lleetinlg of lrelditorl
f1' saiut haInkrul \ will e lhld btefor.
la.r. on the 12il dliy of April. 1I221
111:1)) .l, I1n.. aL, whiv i meeting t'edi
1l)js lallly 4 (h t 1tustl ', ('X lllille f li
llnru)l . ll rlVe their elailus a dll
' l' ,I l '41 h 1ut111":ill(eýS IS I1lly Colale
before -a.id lleetinl.,
J. 11. (lI1MMI1ET',
1. S. liefree in l;JI kruptey.
Shirveport,1 la., March :l1, 1922.
I1Ml' )I'ANT'- -Each creditor shoul
il lI ,!iately file wi1h tihe Referee
I'l(4" 01F" 1)El'Tr IN FPRM as re
l;hireld by ilhe Bankrupt Law. ('redi
ltl'r will consider question of immledl
i;t1, sale otf prop1erty at this mleeting.
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NOTICE OF EXAMINATION
'er4'sons who desire to take Teachers'
El1iinlatiion will take notice of the
fI llmwinl allllnlouIulenut. Exaiia-iu
soi in i 1Ar'adia on tl(he datles given be
l,,W. E. If. FISIER, Supt.
1)et, Suptrinll tndent:
Thl'e next examlination of applicants
for ii elhers" certilieates.will he held
in the varius parishes of the State.
I1)rish of Orleans exceptei, April 17
I, 1!1 ( hbiter, 20 ,21, 22 (negro).
Very truly yours,
.1JNo. h. CONIFF, Ch'm1".