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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 January 1920

ALIVE WITH 1turnt (I INTERESTING NEWS; and ai - I (laSS oº B. A,\lllmls returned Sunday the Ihe' dlug tie holidays with relan- througl gingstoll and Minden. of wh 1an J. B. Aswell spoke to happiu, udieltc here Saturday, in the life's i of (' dliel Stubh's candidacy Mr. tl~r. A\IIºIg the out-of-town and h4 ewere. Supt. E. H. Fisher. liuner L. M. 'Tuke and 1Wess Allen l(¾'i,I dla. iand l o0. John Theeus, of Miss N. .1. biagige Smith. who teaches at Mr. a La.. and Misses Mattie Jones Mrs. lttle (ray Gardner, who teach took pelhi, spe,t 'hlristmas with their Wllii A. J. Neal and daughter, Mol 1d little nephew, Lloyd Neal, r Ie to her home near Floyd, ,a., has y, after spending the holidays Chin is mother, Mrs. F. P. Cook and a stf relatives here. of h Della Illlggills, of all's Sum dre was the giutst of her sis:er, Mrs. g. Hill last week. aes Ethel i nil Hazel Thomlias, wih N students at the ('hicago It 'niversity. lug 1t home oil a vaat lon. f t Carlos \Vatsoi was in towlni to hands...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 January 1920

TRACTS FROM POLI'CE JU'RY PROCEEDINGS :The following is the remaindr o,f Police Jury prl','dingst fr h(he oVember 191g!. m Ieting: port made by .1o. i1'. . Lharris.o as Parish 'Trerurer, to tIh Pdlice J.1wry of Bienville Parish. 1.L. this lh hiy of Novenimber. 1919, hg 25th, 1919. al;la e ill Commercial hauk, .\r,'adi;. La ..................... .2 ,2.7 _t. 16ith, 1919. d p sit .... . l. ,I;7 The deposit 111 (),I. 1(;ih Ii,,v r++, ah,, ilowing itllls: eck from .JlhIes .1. l;aihly. See. State for Iinvilla Ir'-i hib, part auto f'uni .,lh,,',lt&I .1774! 7 -e'k frm Nirtlh ni. i ik ,W ork fur illl ty ", 1',lIlll secks retulirdl ............7. ek from t(is M.i l,o ll fir for ala:in'e loft frlioo ,"trIy Mile by him S 1. . a .. 22.). 1 armounts of wiarrantsliilS paind for Ward No. 1, llet. Oen'l Fund ............o...... tal amt. for Ward 2. aiitl. Oen'l Funld ............. :i;l0n tl amint. pual fll \Vliar 2, lect. Bridge Fuind ........ 't217.2-' ) amt. paid for WVarid 2, ect. Road i...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 January 1920

McConathy's Sale of Suits, Dresses and Coats . One-third Off On Ladies' Suits, Reduction on Men's Coats, Dresses, etc. Clothing Our entire lot of Ladies' Suits, We also have a complete Coats and Dresses at one-third stock of Men and Young Mens' off. For cash only. suits which we have reduced p slightly. These suits arrived All the handsome models in after Christmas and are all winter suits, coats, dresses, are suitable for spring wear. It included in this great reduced will pay you to give them sale. Materials are ot the fin- the once over. Much cheap est trimmings, consisting of er than you will be able to buy the new spring rich furs and heavy embroid- suits. Cone early before they are picked ery. over. , ijMcConathy's .L Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 on Regers visited her par r bro last week. 'of Homer, is the guest Mrs. J. ('. Andrews. Jones of Shreveport, was relatives here Saturday. large crowd of Arcadia attended the Elk's ball t Tuesday evening. Mrs, Joe Ree...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 1 January 1920

A LL the world is listening for the Christmas Bells that will bring again "Peace on AEarth-Good Will." And every heart yearns for the first note of a New Year that will bring back the harmonies of fraternal love. .. .'. .'. . . At such time as this we send our Greetings and Good Wishes to you The Commercial Bank of Arcadia Arcadia, Louisiana 'U' ~~ ~ ,::e~~e:e~~;"~t~ LOCAL AND PERi ONAL Mr. T. W. Neal, of Castor was at hi the courthouse Wednesday paying , taxes and attending to other business. ih He becomes a Democrat subscriber aý with this issue. Mr. W. N. Conger of Rayville is in Arcadia looking for a location, having sold his place near Rayville at a nice i1 profit a few days ago. It is hoped by the Democrat aid the many other friend here of Mr. Conger and his splendid family that they will decide P to make their home in Arcadia, as they have been greatly missed since their removal to Rayville. Mr. Robert Allen, who has been in <. the employ of the mecaaintlle estab llhauent ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 January 1920

.< THE BI ENVILLE DEMOCRAT .........-..l- U l 8 IR ORTY -ONE !VIII. _ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1920 ^ . . _ - - - - - - - . . .L irl S m in h . m t, il i s s ýlh i L avIh eS, . [ I . . .... . ... " ... 'riley , r a.', uni, o,,1" !!:I E '' EI,G' NS St Nl).11" ti.,, u !, anli ll!.. i' \'ih" tirniVs'. a New Year's lution! Resolve to do your banking a with us this coming year. We feel sure we can please you. All that we ask is a chance to prove to you that we are yours for SERVICE. , We are large enough to take care of your needs and not too large to give you our best in dividual attention. a You just as well receive the advantages of this bank; do h- not let your neighbors receive it all, mercial Bank -' Arcadia, La. SNO ARIGUMENT AGAINST IT If you are without insurance, it is - either carlessness, neglect or oversight. ". We are trying here ::º-aitten tion to a most im portant matter. Best Companies Represented. SNSURANCE OF EVERY KIND KNOWN TO...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 January 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienvile Parish and To:wn of f, rcadia, I.oiisiana . . .... .. .. -- -- - -- ... ...... ......... PUBLISIEI) E VERY' ITHL RSI)AY $2.00 A YEAl IN iENVILLE I'AltI-i $2.. 5 A Y1EA1 (WTSII)E TIIE l'AItISI -. - A\I)ERT'ISIN\ R\tES ON APPLICAT ION Entered as Scond Class Mlatter, April i1, 191 ) at the postoffice in Arcadia, I.a., under the Act of March 3, 1879. s.~~~~~--------------()i . ............ - ............ -,,p.,i S.. \ C I ... ..... .........Editor and PIropreilor Taxation Below w.' give the names and amounts of taxes paid by several citizens in various parts of Bienville Parish, Showing the amounts paid in 1915 as com hared with the amounts qaid in 1919 since the present administratiotn with it's zoard of Affairs which inaugerattd our tax reforms, with Honorable L. '1. Thomas at it's head. NAMES No. Acre, TAXES I'AII) each )year 191.1 1919 1). J. FLAN:S S ....... ..................... 1l ........... $ 39.38 lIA31P 1 ~ 1's N .... ........

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 January 1920

lMcConathy's Sale of Suits, Dresses and Coats One-third Off On Ladies' Suits, Reduction on Men's Coats, Dresses, etc. Clothing Our entire lot of Ladies' Suits, We also have a complete Coats and Dresses at one-third stock of Men and Young Mens off. For cash only. suits which we have reduced slightly. These suits arrived All the handsome models in after Christmas and are all winter suits, coats, dresses, are suitable for spring wear. It included in this great reduced will pay you to give them sale. Materials are ot the fin- the once over. Much cheap est trimmings, consisting of er than you will be able to buy the new spring rich furs and, heavy embroi4i- suits. Cone early before they are picked ery. over. lMcConathy's ._I rr ",`· :Telephonem No. 34 * .0 etalied this ce, and in to correct as possible, ft the indul any short returned a pending the a led her g as Shreve for Ward ell Atkins. t ed to L. 8 I nt vacation 1 .lan Blanch- I in Arcadia 1 matters office. Mr. iler to the id child...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 8 January 1920

NOTICE OF ELECTION Continued from front page) ner and Bob Havard. Watcher. Lee Ivy. Deputy sheriff, H. R. Lacey. NEW RAMAH, Precinct No. :. Commissioners: R. M. McGee. George 'oster and Justin Sullivan. Clerks: J. W. Foster and B. F. Rlgdon. Dep oty sheriff, E .E. Howell. WARD SIX LIBERTY HILL, Precinct No. 1. Commissioners: Ed Smelley., F. 3M. -hlvely and H. F. Brown. Clerks IP. 1. Smitherman and W. T. Hays. Watchers :O. E. Murphy and J. It. ('as key. Deputy sheriff, E. R. Hays. FRIENDSHIP, Precinct No. 2.- CommissIoners: R. F. Loe, E. A. Mix on and N. C. Collinsworth. ('lerks: W. H. Hall and Lewis Easley. Deputy sheriff, Ed Easley. Mt.OLIYE, Precinct No. 3-Com missioners: Jack Askin, J. C. Mc(on' tlhy and John Vail. Clerks: J. II. Qualls and Ed Murphy. Deputy sher. If, Ed Vail. WARD SEVEN SALINE, Precinct No. 1.-('ommis. sooesb: JI B, Still, B. B. Watts and Eugene logers. Clerks: W. B. Frey and J. W. Berry. Watcher, W. L. Sprawlea Deputy sheriff, Sam Hen Began. PBOTHRO, Precinct N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 January 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY Isth, 1920o NUMBER FORTY-TWO NewYear's ! ~1 Resolve to do your banking with us this coming year. b We feel sure we can please you. All that we ask is a chance to C prove to you that we are yours for SERVICE. We are large enough to take care of your needs and not too large to give you our best in dividual attention.' You just as well receive the advantages of this bank; do S nt let your neighbors receive it all, rcial Bank eadia, La. If you are without insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to ý1 your ýten. tion to a most im portant matter. Best Companies Represented. "ii~ URANC OF EVRY KID KNow1 tO MAION" ' +)XCC(4oDX@)W we' Jr. t 'J4 Flo Y. I at .of BE of to at notes ht ,Mr. , eatlon InLtead& mr. tat be woos eAi ilioes ii Eioa 5Bad cedk be~r ~iata 164I J. I. :Co: r ai ti dled. On these Issues the case went to trial and absolutely the only vidence on the part of...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 January 1920

ATTEMPT TO SECURE PEACE COMPROMISE HITCHCOCK SAYS HE DOES NOT REGARD PRESIDENTS DECLA. RATION REAL COMPROMISE. ALL PARTIES ARE HOPEFUL Republicans Take Same View as Dem ocrats, Who Demand a Compro milse and Whose Position is Unchanged. Washlngton.--The fortunes of the ;treaty of Versailles became even more unsettled when, on top of Pres ident Wilson's Jackson Day pro nouncement for taking the question to the American people in the polit ical campaign and William J. Bryan's opposition to such a course, Demo cratic and Republican friends of the 'treaty In the Senate renewed their efforts to secure a compromise rati fication. Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska, acting Democratic leader, said he did 'not regard the president's declaration 'as calculated to cut off any reason able co9ipromise, and predicted rati fication.before the presidential cam padlg was under way. The mild res ervation group of Republicans took much the same view, and the group I Demoorats who have been demand hg a compr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 January 1920

active Reductions in Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats SWhen McConathy offers bar gains in any department, ev- 7 eryone has come to know that K, it means actual price reductions. , , . And they know from past ex perience the quality of our merchandise and the reliabil ity of our styles, 11 And now we offer to the Men and Boys of this vicinity styl ish Suits, Overcoats and extra Trousers carried over from our Fall stock at remarkably low prices. It will pay you to investigate. When you . see the materials, the workmanship and the style incorporated in these garments, these values will surprise you. MeC cConathy S - .>ý'ý. ýr ý r : : : : ºll of Ruston, l r. wt eek. ,In Ti r and little M. vbee n guelsts citizl ater, DI)r. Jas. Mrt $d three. lovely )n hi Ainarflio Texas, is of thir bro: Ben Fer usce H L 5ltre ter, B khas been suf with a severe Th ldtn able to be week .lxsill Sso' , Sam, of efoir ay morning M. and Mrs. Dem ,n Mrs. L. rend off here on a prcs .enroute home they ': en...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 15 January 1920

Shreveport--A reduction of nearly 200 per cent in the rate of refined oil from Loulslanfl producing p'ints to stations on thie Rock slsi.ndl in Arkan sas is now In effect, accortJi . to v' nlouncement d,f L. F. Daspl. traf ! manager of the Chamber of Con!" merce. The new rate iý 2"2 1.2 cen Sper hundred, wi;reas tial old rate was (6 1-4 cents. The deddction is pub- I lashed In Supplement 7 to Southwest. ern Llne 'Tari;fl 35-L. Lake Charles.-The consumption of Jomaica ginger Ihas assumed large proportions in Lake Chsrle&. It is reportel hunireds of bottles were pur chased locally during the preseut woek and consumed as a suts!ltute for whiskey and wines. The product is labeled as 90 per cent alcohol. 'I'hore are a number of persons dan gereusly ill In this city as the result of drinking the fluid. Lake Charles.-While a Missouri T'acific engine was en route from the shops to the Missouri Pacific station it derailed and turned on one side. Curloy Kyles, negro section man, was p;nne...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 January 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT I.I ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, TIHURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1920 NUMBER FORTY-THREE - m".[In U I olr ii InIEw I,~~l.R IN 'i LOCaTERS HERE Half a Million 1Deposits EHAVE MORE eposits than any Rther bank in Bien ille Parish. ELP US MAKE IT million during 1920. --'f --.3 ?' • -- L- nercial -Bank Arcadia, La. NO AROGUMENT AINST IT 1 If you are, without n insurance, it is either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your ..atten tion to a most im portant matter. ; Best-Companies Represented. AGEN Iq"INSURA?4CE OF EVERY w KIND KNOWN TO NAN" IA CITIZENS. 'J tizens of Arcadia at the Baptist night, January have the c-: kept cleiian p Sbrea :~P( am Itt I lace and all par- fo against further pr Way on my prop- de of the law. of Dec. 1919. ME LIAMSON, di Arcadia, La. Ra NtTICE. and Fanne Crow- of o. 782. Third JU- all State of Losit" ba ilUle. of given that Johnnite day filed applic* administrathr of unless opposition is in the time speci- b...

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. — 22 January 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $2.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April ii, 1912 at the postoflice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, ........... ..........................Editor and Propreitor The Democrat has been a coinsis tent supporter of Col. Frank P. Stbubs In the campaign just closed, because we believed him to be the most con sistent Democrat. However, the voice V of the majority has spoken, and Mr. a John M .Parker is the people's choice a by a large majority, and as a consis tent Democrat we shall support the 6 Democratic nominee for governor in t the coming general election. We con gratulate Mr Parker and his support- 4 era in their sweeping victory. Mr. Parker has pledged himself to break I up the New Orleans ring, to clean up that city morally, and to bring about many n...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 January 1920

les' Spring Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts Just Arrived Short Sleeve Dresses, three-fourths length Spring Sport Coats, with leather belts and collars; handsome tailored Serges, beautifully embroid ered Tricotine with fancy corded belts, Also plain Jersey in brown and grey, which will be very popular. McConathy's J T Jr. : : : Telephone Na. 34 slaud, tlltl in tb TI on w ile ill townl day 1) ards and soni Billy in are visitilng rela- M of Monroe was fu or to her relatives Glh lunday. M teturued to Chicago our his studies at apa ' there. Pip of Shreveport was at f her Aunt Mrs. A' week end. frol who has a busi- her eport has been : here. Price Ruth Stuart N land attended the Bai _Itchy-Koo'" I Rus- Evs wer ig.whi spent the week her sister Mrs. tl 1pd family. on Monday for ;with her sister-in- Mel .peration. il. ry Tioke and eort, were recent Set 's father, Dr. D. Sea lee. an ser Atkins anl Mrs. ices if, came over on funeral of Mr. ) dlace. Mr and Mrs. Carl Tei Dr. M. Atkins, pla y ig...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 January 1920

Now that there is no longer any doubt as to who will be the next Gov- ernor of the State of Louisiana, every olle will be able to take their minds off of politics and get down to business. Friends of both candidates for gov Charter No. 7470 Report of Condition o the Reserve Die. No. 11 I The First National Bank of Arcadia At ARCADIA, LOUISIANA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1919. RESOURCES 1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown in b and c ......... ..........88,700.68 5. U. S. Government securities owned: a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par,value) ... ................. .. .. . .... . 21,500.00 f Owned and unpledged .......................................... 21,500.00 Total U. S. Government securities................................................ 71,500.00 6. Other bonds, securities, etc.: e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in- 61.675.R8 cluding stocks) owned and unpaid ....... ........ .... ,67. . 8. Stock of Federal Reserve Ba...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 January 1920

THE BIENVLLE DEMOCRAT III. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANA\RY 29th, 1920 - ~~__ ~ ~ 1_1--- ---- ---- - Half a lMillion I4 f Deposits WE HAVE MORE deposits than any other bank in Bien -yille Parish. HELP US MAKE IT a million during 1920. 11 f .1 mercial Bank Arcadia, La. If you are without insurance, it is ýl. ' - either carlessness, neglect or oversight. We are trying here to call your atten tion to a most im- , portant matter. OVYE Best Companies RAC Represented. P ET ""INSURANCE OF EVERYA KIND KNOWN TO MAN" t" £ *~~~,:.(((*XC: MA E BU NEW MEMBERS jthe,recent primary, I of Bienville Parish hot pia t six new members yo old members after cul . W. D. Goff pres ris *Ward One will be cal ma Davis, a prominent eni ees man engaged here. He was an rtpposition. In Ward in e successor will be ye 'coming prihary to pr ty, and lieabetween and d. airt.' Mr. by farmer and h1 and if elected will ti ry member, Mr. of piritfed, progress- fr leeteo will make a t, D. M. White ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 January 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT O//iia, l Joir,lal litn ciill' illarish ad 111 7'ow11 of Arcaidial, Louisiala 1I LI HI : i "l:) 'lIRv I'i It'RSI)\Y .2 1 1 A YIAl IN I11,N\ I.l,: I'.lIlSil 2.2 A , 1\ I I'OTSII)IE T'1E111 - Al ).\\IR IING l&\T .K UON .\IPPIC.i \'IION Entered as Scc d (C:lass \lMatter, .\pril ii, 1912 at the postlffice in Arcadia, I . o cr th, ' ct t 1Mach ;, S. \. (i () ....i.t.. , u d P roprciior 1 l.1%S TmiIln' F'i; '1') .ýiflllill:(II ('Iilllili14 {'r111 ;ill ;:1141+1,Ilit,11 gh l lii pai s ait i I' i t l\\l ,:I , i - i d id l ithilh lllt la the ,vl il' ,v 1r ,,\ . :i ! ,,' , (1 :i ,i 111' \ \i lli'i 4 il. l++i! ' , i V.- i 11i0 1ll(l'. i ' li l!ih ' T li<, y it ll,, ihlpapers are pubis i .v Tii lli , t~,yili iI i1i1li t( o i h :t i r' ii 4 +ito Ill \\,4 I'ij . 1i:hirly \cw elelk of'l (r \. ei' , r,, ",i ,,_, iie, h sllll ! al hl ..i' 1" 11ih ' 1(,i,_,til,,,llL ' .!,ittl (t ril,, tllln le', i ll. ,l hr , :ililI i' ll! ;i ,1 4111 a r fil) t la , cr( ' 11iif I rI...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 January 1920

ti February U!, FOR TrIE WINGS OF A DOVE" SEIT WLT, WITH DMY SOUL.".... ................................... ANNA ('ASE IEWELS O(l TIIE MAI)ONNA."............... Ameriean Symphony Orhvestra EMIAN GIRL."............... ....................................('re tore's a d UNCH OF ROSES."...................................................o a ant INg'S ' I!GUNGA DIN.' ".................................. lharry F. Hlumphrey 8 ."',' ' " Iy l)Besprex. S C A .. ..................................... .................................................. . NNIE KATE." MEL MARCH."............By John J. Kimmel, a Wizard Aecordeon player y DOWN I'PON TIlE SWANEE RIVER," introducing the fun in "Tur in the Straw," by Billy Golden and the Empire Vaudeville ('o. ATIN' DOWN TO COTTON TOWN,"..........by the Premier Quartet. - 'RE MY GAL,.:.............................. By Al..... B.. ernard and rnest hlare.  ANT A DADI)Y," OBODY EVER," ..............................................Tuxedo I)aice Orchestra....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 January 1920

CHARTER , Lummus Oil Company, Incorporated State of Louisiana, Parish of Bienville. Be it klilno and l'ela(hi -rc,1, lhant on this the 5th day o D,?..r nili "'or, . 1). 1919, before me, Bertram F'. lari!'tto. a Notary Public in and ',or said I'irisi and State, dully comill:;,)nvd(i inl sworn , cane andt allppearedl J. N. Luim mus, J. B. Iumuns and ,J. N. l,u1nius. Jr., all residlenlts of Miami, Fhlrida. the said J. E. Luniunus Ibeing rclepresent ed herein by J. N. Lummus who in the presence of the attesting legal com petent witnesses declaredl t) me, Notary that, availing themselves of the pro, visions (of the laws of the State of ILouisiana relative to the frmatioi.. organizationl a:nd esta;lblismnllt (f cor' poratiolns, and1 the operation andl mana agement of same, they do by this act andl these presenls form themselves an( such other persons as may associate themselves with them,or succeed, into a corporation, undler the namle and terms an(l for the purposes hereini after set fo...

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