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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 July 1922

ANDERS-MADDEN,INC. GENTS' FURNISHINGS Arcadia, La. "Fit For A King" That is what they say when they're all dressed up i n a Suit, Hat, Shirt, Shoes, etc., from our store. It was our purpose when we opened for business to give the men what they wanted in ready-to-wear, and if you have been unable to find what you want and haven't visited our store, you've overlooked your hand, because we have it. Just such things as men like; just such things as men want when they spend their own hard rocks is what we carry in stock. Come to see us. gIUy MEN'S CLOTHING AT A MAN'S STORE . Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : Teleohone No. 34 SReggle lightower of I aiyrne W~S ill to0Wn Siday.tl . S.. S& L. Houston and .li,.s .\dlie returned fromn Monroe. * Lamar Taylor and .r. Malconm are in Galveston Texas. *S6 F. T. Taylor anil daughter. Miss returned from Ilot Springs. Claude Ferguson \\as the guest in Ruston $unhlay. -{ttis Taylor returned froml Chns Monday. Mrs. T, W. Byrd spent in T)uhahc with relati...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 July 1922

REPORT F('RNISHED TO THE EXAMINER OF STATE BANKS BY THE The Commercial Bank OF ARCADIA. LOUISIANA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON .IUNE 30th, 1922 B. I. FELTS, Pre.sident ; J. S. ANDREWS, Vic(e-Pr ; .l'" ,. OZLrEY, ('ashier E. lII(II)lTWIEI, Ass't Cashier; L. S. C.\SKI';. AK't Cashier RESOR 0 CES o(.the. Ioas and di.o.it.s $1,13.o vOterdraflts si iý... ........................................ .:1974.'0 () verdrtafts sectured . ..1.... ........... ....................... ..... ,v erdraifts unse' urt' ed . . . . . . . .. .3, , J50.00 United States bU ................................,..,..0.... l'nited States honds .......- "_'7,730.'_'!1 Othier Iotnd ,,  ck . t niti . et ". .. .. .. . .................................... ,- . u\\iia ho se t t tie U 4 ntixte'. ..e.. . . ........ ............ p , )n. - Bankig .. ou.. e, fur.iure .l.... fixture. . ............................... :,lO.o Other real ett ........................ .. ............ ..... Cash item: .... .. .................... 7,...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

The Bienville Democrat ME XI. RCADI), BIFNVILLE PARISH, LOUISIAN\, 'ILRSI)AY, L 13th, 1922. NUMBER SIXTEEN. 6A +- _--~~ ____I_- ...;-.,..__ -1~_~~_ m/toney OurBank means ,.T for BOOK Many years ago our forefathers threw ,off rh;r sof tyranny and depotisnm and proclaimed thcl : ence. If you are shackled by debt and extravagance, throw,\ off and declare YOUR ireedoim. -Come in and start a bank account and RE(;L .\ AR sit a part of what you earn. You will he a: "i . and a happy man. We will welcome you. COMMERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Buili" ARCADIA, LA. INSURANCE been in the General Insurance busine~s for nearly We represent 45 of the oldest. largest asd best Companies of the entire world. Making rates is work with us, and it means money to you.to let us r Insurance as we make you the lowest possible rate tny cases we can point out minor corrections that 'be made which lowers your rates considerably By ANY INSURANCE OF ANY KIND you may need office insures you getting the best I...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PIBLISHED EVERY THURSI.''i Advertising Rates on Application Sul)scription Rates. 1 yea r ............................................. $2.00 6 m onths .............................................. 1.25 O(utside of litenville Parish.) 1 y e a r .......... . ......................... 2 5.. . . 6 mintiith .. I.50 6 o t s ... ....................................... 1.50 'ater', I as MecMnd h'liss Matter, Apri' 11. 1!,12 ait the pl)s,.ºffire' at Arc.adia, lets. -miler the Act of March 1.. 1879.: S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and  Business Manager 1d, C. C. TRAVIS ........... Assi.;tant Editor t NOTICE---As isý ,llýtin'l"r with a'lld 1l(P,ws api')r. thl,. fullowin.: iul;rgº' will be mnite fu'- (ll intu rins. ('a ri, of Thanks, Ilipsalut il.S of I1tC,1t't, ('h' ri'h Notices for entertaitnments if naty niA' tare where adinission is (htarged. et( Rate: Less than lO0 words ie pur line le per word. Miniimull ihar.i ;i0<' six words to linle: 100 words or more ],(fi_...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

Cibsland News S Miss Annie Mac lai gfoird Okla., wher, wl vit o.1 Sfanmilly. 71 Bouck Jr., ani sister. li,. le ouck were ~ ;r~.N of rin- r e in Shreveport for gtI i' l , l:. . MIStlSlObis Clotile 11oulk "pent se," I ,'i da si Mt. I, '. ltu. the ,~:,st of i - 11is ~nir!, .r ' 'ooke. .1 j Marion Pal l r wa, a vis"ttr 't ;mr last wvek. Iw C. IangfmUl'd W s t 1,lltsilto ci. to Ruston Fril:ty. Mulllius and ittle son tOf Mag Ark., were recent g.iests of her I 4II tr , JJ. P' N,'.oo,. I i flortez aidl lr,,thy lIsely 'n otgomery. are vi~ sing thier sis }ts. Baton ,a!l.w Cobb and family left Friday in fri ear for Hlot `prings. Ark.. for month'. While enroute to home at Granl (',fne. einme by tleral (daJYS' visit with relatives Mi 1e Misses L.emmu. Future atul ti Sutton visited relatives in .\- r ilast week ioe Bible ('hls of the 1et\liodis tand several invited gueist . a delightful dly at liI;*"lhi I Friday. B rojnax is visiting in the home Sso at Bastrop. W J. J. l*Harrison and child...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

Erskine Dale Pionee, 0 1 0 X, Arc ohn Fox, Ji{r¾. II strated by R.H.Livin stone - COP(RIGHT BY rHARLE5 SCRIBNER.S SN SYNOPS!S CIAPTER I -To the Kentucky willcr iess outpost colum-;ahlded by Jermre Satn dera, in the tinm. rrunm.diately preced.ng tl! Revolution, o ome a a hite boy lice ing from a trrne of Shawnees by whore he bhad been captured and adopted as a son of the chief, Kahtoo. lie Is given shelter and attra, t the favorable atten tion of Dave Yandell, a leader among the settlers. CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new friends of the coming of a Shawnee war party. The fort Is attacked, and only saved by the tirely appearance of a party of Virginians. The leader of these Is fatally wounded, but In his dying nmo ments recognizes the fugitive youth as hls son. CHAPTER III.-At Red Oaks, planta tion on the James river, Virginia, Colonel Dale's home. the boy appears with a mesags for the colonel, wno after read las It introduces the hearer to his daugh ter Barbara as her cousin, Erskine...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

ANDERS-MADDEN, INC. GENTS' FURNISHINGS Arcadia, La. KEEP COOL IN KO0L LOTHES We have just received a shipment of Suits speciallv designed for the hot days niow upon us. There are iiiany wonderful values among them,, Now is the time to buy while you get the full benefit or tihe comfort They give, as well as that satis faction of knowing your apparrel is appropriate for the season. We have a complete line of everything that men wear. A few timely suggestions Ties, Hats Shoes Underwear Shirts Socks Collars Etc. WY MEN'S CLOTHING AT A MAN'S STORE D. L Brw, Jr. : : : : : Teleobone No, 34 CHOCOLATES-They are Nesa better. - GIVENS DRUG CO Mat Gloer is the guest of rel i is Arcadia. t Ui " Wit Howell spent Monday in Thelma Durrett has returned Galveston, Texas. Wd Mrs. Ross and daughter: kftTbursday. las T. Langston of Homer ha, lRcent visitor to Arcadia rela. Virgie Williams of Ringgold week-end guest of M;\s Lesta a.i Mrs. Jamison have moved iiborne on the corner opposite L. A. Cathey is ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 July 1922

n't Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save on Bake Day USE CALULMET The Economy BAKING POWDER -It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. . -You use less because it con- 1 tains more than the ordi N' nary leavening strength. 325T bI TEST The World's Greatest Baking Powder PROCEEDINGS OF MEETING OF PARISH SCHOOL BOA.RI Arcadia, La., July 6, 19)2. The Bienville Parish School Board met on the above named date and at the above named place with the follow ing.members present: Mrs. P. A. Mc Guire, Ward 1; H. A. Sherman, Ward 2; W. W. Poole, Ward 3; S. J. Burk- l halter, Ward 4; H. N. Hlays, Ward 5; J. H. Harrell, Ward 6; P. F. White, Ward 7 and a quorum. On motion P. F. White, J. H. Harrell and W. W. Poole were appointed a committee to make the location for the Central High School building in Dis trict No. 16. On motion it was ordered that the high schools ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

The Bi-enville Democrat IUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 20oth, 1922. NUMBER SiVENIEEN _,I-_,.- -z--- __ - - _ __-=" , '"---," -. - . ...-...... I 14' " back over the past years and you will quickly see you have been both careless and foolish in the you spent your money. A good deal of this came having the money in your POCKET. - money had been in our bank; you would prob. stIll had it, and would have grown to a nice round et the past-today is here. Come in and start a account and by REGULARLY depositing your money, you will soon have money. We will welcome you. COMMtERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built' ARCADIA, LA. , ARE HARDWARE is all we handle. Our-big stock embraces every thing required for general needs. If we haven't just what you want we will get it in short or .der. When you think of Hard- t ware, think of us. When you need it, buy from us. 'eoples Hardware Co.,Inc. dNews l aude T. Cook Harper is at Home after t In Shreveport with her E. 4....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

J. N. SANDILIN WILL BE CANDI DATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF Fo'.rm'ial hiO! ijieftion of hi, tiilili dav~y to .uv,.ed hinit4'If in c',,,!m'--' hl .s been li el l by I'out r'it', lu i .l htu N. Santlli't w ith 11h1 i.h iirinrtll ,t f lit ( o n g r e is si o ull ')Pe lll tr: lif ' i .tu j (' l l i \i ' ('oulnuittl'e :ll41 till, S,.,.'et1ll'y '. .;ti4' iThe date of th, jpri nu t y bus b, 4lI tfip * ' is $leptvnil J';er I". ,lit in tlit' evel th ere is io o ntt' sl f fli t' dli ,'. Ii'. will be detI:rh'lr 11ht' partry Ii,niuti fl'ql t h e 5i x t y - e i - h fl h t t, u 'li '_ .'t  ; I nu p r i l ary w ill nott I te h1 l l. '1iT e ,it tihe genteral eleetMit is Niveu11'r t. It appears to h t evititlit HI 1114l present inel( nt ellt t w ill I i' ielti +:;tr e d a n dl e l e vt e d w~ i ht , .it "'I tj "'ý i i l " w h ic h i s I I w e l l n t i tr if. 1 , ,t i i t.r.lt n i li i ,1 1 ,I th e se r vih c s .1 1 lg e S i titth in lih i , rt n ifelh r eti the l I eti i peoll ie off t ih f, l ih is...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

ANDERS-MADDEN, NC GENTS' FURNISHINGS Arcadia, La. 1EEP COOL IN KOOL LOTHES i-We have just received a shipment of Suits specially designed ,-r the hot days now upon us. T ere are many wonderful vnlues among them. Now is the time to buy while you get o fuHll benefit of the comfort They give, as well as that satis -*ctdon of knowing your apparrel is appropriate for the season. We have a complete line of everything that men wear. A few ill suggestions Ti es, - Hats Shoes Underwear Shirts Socks Collars Etc. IiY MEN'S CLOTHING AT A MAN'S STORE ' Dý,..-wa.Jr. . : :. . . . Te.1OhR No. 34 W n,,r. : . :TeleaROm No.i Bertram Barnette visitedI Monday. * Fri B. H. Fisher and Leo Daniel for y for a trip to Old Mexico. Bel - MeConathy left a few days an i visit to Galveston, Texas. r eil Black of Fort Worth. Tr Miss Margaret Britt home wil r; the .** Ityn Hightower and little son sired from a pleasant visit da reladves. Im so T ClOCOLATES--They are g GIVENS DRUG CO pr - ". Mrs. J. F. Ross and d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

1 I , , 11 'J SALE STARTS * ! Speci*l Note jULFa " '9a.m. N E --SALE WILL CONTINUE' UNTIL, STOCK IS RE- --We also resereteri gtolmithsaef rwhrw DICE TO A S-I FCTR MINIMUM. f¢rom sale any item utdfr tiae 'iCE TOA5i llAIRIMN-MAI( ORDRSFILE TS~+IIII''I's •-.EARLY ATTIEN'DAN'CE MEANS CHOICE OF T"HE agTequired on hayItessc ssetnec BARGAINS!. COME EARLY! -4 51SLWEi SSRspel Nte 0, n c a yn 1€~c mAnr IJULY WE WILs LOUNC ONE OF THE GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALES EVER ATTEMN ---TATN 9aNDm . MO NN ,J4 .O T EYA O OK H ACNDW I FO R BREF N SOX H N E COUNTRY. "HOFF-L W LAN'S SLICE SOLEK IS THE -ON BIa lsV ENresTH tTHE SEAR LET HA' EVR iGhtN to ABmTUT t Eseo itABI" MERCHANDISE, SUCH AS THIS STORE SELASR EV ERI DAY ITs a a ny i q f -AROUT ALL OUR STOCK-IRRESPECTIVE OF WT THE GOODCOST--BUT IWE ARE OFFERINGL ERLPROMINENT OLCEAIGMANUFACTURERS GIVING YOU THF BEST IN QUALITY :1T LOWEST' CLEARAýNCE; PRICE. READ EVERY ITEM' TIADEVYONA . EYSVRIncluding N1 OD tMnfcues Reduction Lades Wis'sREAD EDERY PRICE IN...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

N OF POLICE JURY . r , A dia , a, rly loth 19212, d Jury of ltieinville P rishi .. t it, regula:r Psession till body pr(NMI'Iled withi theli irll S ,f olliter.. fo' oranlther g termo 1 id :it their reguladr  July, 192:: which 1'tulted a"pp of .1 1I. 'l'hurmond. se.ond %. Bogan, :il carrid biy a rote of lith' I1e1nhl ' t ., 1hI stands .;me al s hterto -1fl thie same oli.ers elehtfed. lbi o.rginizatlionI, the ,1,0hy iro," h#lb their Ilsul u work. k iifor reports on roads and the members from various fed roads iand bridges in n0, and was making all ef ble to have same tired. for reports ion paupers are I,. Thurnmond reported t cle dead awnd asked that n from the list. - D- 1. White repolrted Isam John Walter dead and they be strictkel from the --W. H. Blogan presented signed by lti citizens of skilng the Police Jury to SLilllie Gordon (white) on list, same was deferred ..regular umeeting of the a also presented a peti- I by 46 citizens of Ward 5, oitce Jury to place John ;(white) o...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

TLEEIENVILLEDEMOCRAT the PlI Ili ISRIED E RT THEIIS1Ai V Advertising states on Application w"l _oe - Subscription Rates. kno 1 year ..................................................$2.00 prim d months ............ .....1.25 (Outside of Bienville Parlsh.) edii' 1 year ....................................................$2.25 psis, 6 m onths .............................................. 1.5 ti n e dg, 'Entered as sec.,,d Class Matter, Apr3su I1. 1912 at the posi.ºthcie at Ar'adia. iA., order the Act of March 3, 1871). teli S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager Ity, C. C. TRAVIS .............. Assistant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all t' newspapers tbh following charges .'ev will he made for Obituaries, Cards of bre Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Iol Notices for entertainments of any ha.I( ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line le per word. - Minimum charge 0c. a I six words to line: 1oo words or more, t -. - - --- -- ___...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

SI I I 11111 II I Il I e Irca ta air ____ An opportunity to buy Merchandise at a great material saving P ,/: " notwithstanding the fact that goods are advancing in price every day. We are giving our customers a chance to get Dry Goods Dress Goods, Shoes, Clothing, etc., at prices less than Nothing . ; wholesale cost. We bought very liberal before the advance, ( - ( and now owing to the small space in our store, we must re duce our stock before our Fall line of Merchandise arrives. It's * useless to go into detail regarding the the saving to you, but if you will visit our store you can readily see for youselt that this R sale means money for the buying public, and too, there are many, many items on sale that are seasonable for all the year. EVERY WORD---TEAS '"""." EVERY ITEM ON SALE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES N 'ONEI Y TO YOVU. .AND CONTINUES 10 DAYS Men's Shirts our Shirt Department you will only find from the best makers. All styles-collars collars to match and regular neck band with...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 20 July 1922

rskine Dale ,Pionee I by ,John Fox,Jr. II4H .trafed by R.H.Livinstone. C P RI T B CHARLES CRIBNERS ONS 5'ý 8YNOPSIS CHAPTER I.-To the Kentucky wilder ness,outpost commanded by Jerome San ders, in the time immediately preceding the Revolution, comes a white boy flee ing from a tribe of Shawnees by whom he had been captured and adopted as a eon of the chief, Kahtoo. He is given shelter and attracts the favorable atten tion of Dave Yandell, a leader among the settlers. CHAPTER II.-The boy warns his new friends of the coming of a Shawnee war party. The fort is attacked, and only aved by the timely appearance of a party of Virginians. The leader of these Is fatally wounded, but in his dying mo ments recognizes the fugitive youth as his son. CHAPTER Il1.-At Red Oaks, plantas tlon on the James river, Virginia, Qolonel Dale's home, the boy appears Mth a messaoe for the colonel, who after read ing It Introduces the bearer to his daugh. ter asrbara as her cousin, Ersklne Dale. CHAPTER IV.-Ers...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 July 1922

The Bienville De mocrat VOLUME XI. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 27th, t912. •0 .. ._ . S h will tell you thathebeganby putting his frst earin into the Bank. O BANK Is AT YOUR SERVICE The story of all the great fortunes is about the same. Someone began -by banking the FIRST DOLLAR and he kept it up and prospered. There are just as many opportunities today, in fact there are more, but you cannot grasp. them until you have the money. Start a bank account with us-one dollar will do it--and each pay day put in all you can spare. It won-t be long until you will be proud of your balance. Come in. We will welcome you. The COMMPERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. ,.mr m, mmmmm m Now WARE HARDWARE is all we handle. 4 Our big stock embraces every thing required for general needs. If we haven't just what you want we will get it in short or der. When you think of Hard 'ware, think of us. When you need it, buy from us. eoples Hardware Co., nc. world all...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 July 1922

TiE BIENVILLE DENOCRAT PUfBLISHED EVEPRY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year ..................................................$2.00 6 m onths .............................................. 1.25 (Outsihle of Bienville Parish.) 1 year ...................................................$2.25 8 m onths .............................................. 1.50 Catered as Second Class Matter, Apri: II, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS ..............Assistant Editor NOTICE-As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lc per word. Minimum charge 50c. six words to Ilue: 100 words or more "HUMAN INTEREST" IN THE DAILY NEWS In New York where anything may any many thin...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 July 1922

KATE TAX SALE OF I.OVABLE PROPERTY IATFI OF' LOUISIANA VS. *UENTkD TAX DEBTORS, 0BlNVILLE PARISH LOUISIANA rte of the authority vested ny the Constitution and laws Th State of Louisiana, I will sell  ~rncipal frotnt door of the Sin which the civil dis t A said parish is held, witih. jale hours f.or Judicial sales Ssat 11:00 o'clock on :JDAY, SEPT. 2nd, 1922 jtiolng on each succeeding day said sales are completed on ll immovahle property taxes !6 due to the State of Louisiana, Sparish of Bienville, to enforce etlon of taxes assessed in the , together with interest there _. the 31st (lay of December. ,t the rate of 10 per cent per iitl paid and costs. mPines of said delinquent tax. amounts of taxes due by each assesment of said year, and the e property assessed to each i tered for sale as follows, to i.ASSESOR'S ADDED LIST 'VVIRGIL AND ALBERT K . W. ten acres of SE of NE, ip aeres, of SW of NE, See. 29 STotal assessment, $200.00, interest and cost ............$8.25 , TELEGRAPH AND C...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 27 July 1922

(Continued from preceeding page) STATE TAX SALE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY 1. 2, :3. and 1:3 In Block C. Blocks F atndl :;os. Block E in NE. SE. 23-18-7. Total assessmwnt $2'000.00. 'l'Tax ,. interest and( ,ist...........$68.50 .1. GIlBIS llEIRS. --lLots 6. 8, 15, 111 and 17 il Block K in Gilbslaid, and 2 lots ill Gibbs addition to (hibs0 land. 'T'otal assessmnent $16100.00. T .axes. interest and .ost ............$55.75 1l:"Il'( F'I,I'(T''S. W 1-2 of 1V 1-2 of NW. Ses. :;0-is-6. 'Total assess IIImiin $91()51. 'f'axes. interest and 1'ny ... . ........ . ....... . $ 1 ;.55; I' .1. IEl{IIIS Manuel Sneed owner) -N 1-o ,t SW of Si:, Sec. 16-17-7, T'otal aSSes.nii4ilt $2151.00. Taxes, in terl'st 1nti 1't.st ..................$.7.0 MIIS. A. W. BILACKWELL.--Cabin and lot in (iibsland. Total assess meat $3400.00. Taxes, interest and . . ,.. s ..................... ...................$13.40 IOiJSE A,\lhMIt.-- Lot 6 in E 1-2 of SW of SW, Sec. 14-18-7, contailing 7 alcres 1lll I tcilg one sixth divi...

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