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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 February 1920

Ts BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY Sth, 1920 N MI1ER F'I'Y-FIVE ' Depits E HAVE MORE osits than any er bank in Bien Parish. LP USMAKE IT million during 1920. a rI If you are without k teIf your atten wout tion to a most inm Sepmortantiatter. B /Best lCompaniee Represented. neumessass Feb., 4, 1920. thb odcial vote for the Ut kie y j.fl tat susem uhaw rfien ain the jt I _ , thei that h. sad rasil as* m5W this uladgd pe*e of the - are look t l1g at it ~a ty at oq ill .24th, inst or against me . O. L BOONI. pWe are laded so rrot the great n fweek or tin p t o gonduL Quit at w oeotbs $t t rglt hant " that is to b etf I this weetkor th play mL 4nu 4 per vt Sarings Departmen * The interest is here for you if you will TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY to make your money earn something while yet 'A t'KOIN' fPO ItPST&MýJTS. or can spare a it|le money to lay up now. INTEREST IS PAID January - April - S.Juy ,.  r Ist. OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT i...

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. — 5 February 1920

SAMPLE SHOE SALEJ I HAVE PURCHASED 500 pairs of Sample Shoes from a large shoe company. Shoe numbers from 2 1-2 to 5. WE HAVE SAME ON SALE NOW ATl' 50 Per Cent Discount ON THE DOLLAR Come in and see them. Dave Hoffman, Arcadia, La. TlE BIENVIILLE DEMOCRAT rI'lIilISILEI) EVERY TH'RSPAY t Advertising Rates on Application Ei;,ered as Second Class Matter, April 11, 1912 at the postoflice at Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S, A, CO(I.......Editor and Proprietor -- ----------- - lwas rain )ii pro ted here recently.i seeunIs to hIave "blowdtl up". It seentll that the project would not hear, the vcareful investigation of the Arcadia ('haitic'I of ('oltellree. Many Ar'cadi citizt'les stood ready to invest in tlie iprojtect. alld waited only for the eti dorsentent of this Insy'. 'lThis is one of the benefits of an or gauiziation of this kind. While ill viting new enterprises, the Chamber o ('Collllerce does not a'ccept everything at face value until ctareful investigationll prov...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 February 1920

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Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 5 February 1920

C Lummu Oil Cepab, Ioaerpa e Id State of Louisiana, Parish of Blenville. Be it known and remembMered, tlhat on this the 5th day of I)Deº.mk.r, A. i. 1919, before me, Bertram F, lturette, a Notary Public In and for said I'orlbsh and State, duly commt*si')ned an.i! sworn, came and appeared J. N. Lum- a' inmus, J. E. Lummus and J. N. Lunmmus, ed Jr.. all residents of Miami, Florida, ty the said J. E. Lummus being represent- H ed herein by J, N. Lummus who'ln the presence of the attesting legal corn- m petent witnesses declared to me, Notary that, availing themselves of the pro- w, visions of the laws of the State of Louisiana relative to the formation, organization and establishment of cor M poratlons, and the operation and man- to agement of same, they do by this act ei and these presents form themselves and1 such other persons as may associate themselves with them,or succeed, into 81 a corporation, under the name and p1 terms and for the purposes herelnal after set forth in the vario...

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. — 19 February 1920

--,.. i•; :, .,,.~7 i , " ... : .t .x - ", .. w0 IEVILEDEMOCRAT ., . . ,: , · , . r. SNUMBER FORTY.SEVEN :II. ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9gth, 192o . .. . n· . . ,.n uo· 1·W 5 O I Y NO UMENT ACINT IT tral P. t If you are without at' . The , i insurance, it is sull - either ,carlessness, kin neglect or oyersight. We are trying here p to call your atten- thc 'tiotnto a most imr- " portant matter. n Best Comrpanies A A Represented. W Af "INSURANCE OF EVERY KIND KNOWN TO NAN" oi T I-,, _ for ECONOMICAL FURNISHINGS e is well emphasized in our Sof High Qulity Furniture for Every Room 4 superioritY in quality and workman price we quote. Full line of Linoleam Tllq 0t Ri EABLE CN IIURtFtI IE AN ' OP" ' ti a 8U1CIDER A 1i ~chard, a very BS f eiPlrt.Wai batW atathre4IDeb4r- #s'P S t. 1 1ý:'l ! 'otateh 1 la fo it a! a *:a&ei~ 1rqa~ , ,. l ,. b'~~ ,l 'ysý l r -s F~ rfi> 4: 'J' Yr ' ym. st . ý · i s . ys. 4 7rl. ;i ý f Y·- ý aý r f 1ý 7' ur bad NLAN NEWS a, ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 February 1920

RICIOT TO STRIKE STRONG MEMORIAL TO CON. GR* $ FRAMED AT. CONFER IOE AT WASHINGTON. Washington. -- Denial that any group of organized workers possesses an inherent right to strike is con tained in a memorial to Congress, for. mutated at a conference here of rep resentatives of four large farmers' or" gsiilz.tions, the National Grange, the American Farm Bureau Federation, the Cotton States Board and the As. soedatlon of State Farmers' Union Presidents. In view of "recent events and hap. penings," representatives of the four organisations said it was agreed that ek attitude of the farmer member" Of their associations on the right !t4 ake should be made plain to VOOR s and to the country. Pointing out that the city poulation of the country is dependent on the farmer for food and that interruption of this supply can be brought about through strikes of railroad or other tranjportation unions, the memorial asserts: "Those who believe that labor has an inherent right to organize a strike ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 February 1920

SAMPLE SHOE SALE t T HAVE PURCHASED 500 pairs of Sample. ' Shoes from a large shoe co:mnpany. Shoe ,. numbers fromn 2 1-2 to 5. I WE HAVE SAME ON SALE NOW AT i 50 Per Cent Discount . ON THE DOLLAR ; Come min and see them. ' Dave Hoffman, Arcadia, La. º "w~wfr.'.f."A.ý"-.".ý.1-1..1.1.1.1ý,1-ýýýýýýý"ý1ý1ý"1ý1ý"ý"ý"1ý1ý1ý1ý11;1;1:";ý1ý1;1:.ý:1:ý:ý:1 S IEIVILLE DEMOCRAT 1 pUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA1Y Advertising Rates on Appligation IIIoI ·BFtered as Second Class Matter, April 1, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, thl j., under the Act of March 3, 1879. ' . A COK,........Editor and Proprietor f gil AiRCADIA MAY HAVE CITY HALL. fuli ~ Acr'orlii to slcme of the city -,fathers it may not he so long after all in before Arcadia can boast of municipal h, building. In fact the Mayor andl Board of Aldermen have this very I tithing under consideratioll. It will he h S.ecessary t provide some kind of I11 buallding in which to store the city's ho new fire truck and other fire appa- a, .rtus, so why ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 February 1920

:EXTRACTS FROM PROCEEDINGS OF :., " SCHOOL BOARD ~r Bryceland, La., Jan. 6~th, 19'0. To the Houorable President and Mlea `. bers of the Parish Board of School Directors of the Parish of Bienville ` Louisiana. r; The Petition of the unadersigned . .,.Pr0perty tax-payers (f School 1)istrict NO. 10 of the Parish of lBit'tiil' ats ;. created and defined J)ºV a resotltion of . ,> the Board of School liirectors of said P ?arish, passed on the ,', day of ,Jan., Wf20, and being and constituting one fourth of the property tax-payers eli g.igble to vote at such electiot, reslpect "fully pray that your lhitioralde lldy, " .acting within and under the authority of the Constlution and Laws of Louis tlana~, (1U order that a special election be held, in the manner required byl law, for the purpose of determining 'I bother or ntot: t1) a special tlax call be levied and collected in said is *trlet, and (2) debt incurred andt d issued therefor as hereinafterr ' forth., >Petitioners pray t I a...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 February 1920

.50. to 00 Reduction On All Spring Suits and Dresses U " 0 o0 If bought While Our Sale is On . Sale will continue to March 1st, and in order to stimulate our Spring trade we are going to place every new Dress, Sport Coat, Spring Suit as well as our Pumps and Oxfords, Hosiery, Waists etc., on sale at greatly reduced prices. We have a very complete stock now to select from, so come early before the best numbers are selected. We wish to thank our customers who helped to make this big sale the largest and best sale we have ever had. We also invite you to come back and take anotheri ook as we are getting in new Spring Goods every day and they are marked down very cheap.. • •C. b:ýbm 3 elans go; II; laws are ( are en ;Ieregarded ; n are gone abiding bht is "In tu nto the bhave done and de jeople could da the and :fie, b~y -thi other; ilt by Sr; ~rue bsw~ ,; t ~to _.ý: ' ýI ` -3 I Y j-3 r -3 rr _ F ,T. J \ ( it~ c ~ :1" r kr .:g ýý cF; f yy D1 T 1J_- : ; I "'lý ý { r ý FYI` ý ýtW3 ý S I'F ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 February 1920

On Jan. 1st, this year, we had on deposit moremoney than any other bank in Bienville Parish, and this fact is merely a manifestation of the confi dence placed in our bank and it's officers and directors. We invite the investigation of every citizen arid solicit the business of the small depositor THE DEMAND FOR ANOTHER tution of it's kind in Bienville Parish, and every proposition of banking ýn its merits. ask of any bank where you would feel BANK as you r o mill note from its growth and prosper- Always willing to help those who are hoest keeping your deposit and we want o In the year of 1913 the officers and directors ity it possesses all the policy of this bankt igor and life of youth, and worthy of the aid of a good banking, and our officecustomers and our prospectives c of the Commercial Bank saw the need of an and it is on the merits of it' system of bank- Look over our list ofpace with the steady growth of ou to b ring every business problem to ur other bank in Arcadia, and an...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 February 1920

,:.. S+^.. ' "Jet ": . . e'" " -" ". , ,:ý ý " -, ,'" , . ' a . ' . 1 - ', ...,.ý z u nun. RCfI ELIG N ./r ' '3.".· :-, \ ·:...· · - .~ _-:.: .. . . . - ...,-.,- .' - .. .P . · ~ . . .h • ._- ~~~ s-ii ' _.. 1. . . ,N M E OT-IH FEBUAR 6th " 9zo :; ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ •. "d ·· . .. r.,..ro, . ]7l~,W')INI fc hsI n fl~ etevp'e - in acity to Sve You Doubled SITS TEIl AIY BANK IN TIE FARISIS St ith the steady growth of our town and parish, and to render odation possible to our customers, this bank has increased " :from $25,o90.oo to $50o,ooo.oo. al Bank is the youngest of the eight banks in Bienville Par- a ve more money on deposit than any of the rest. This is splen- I of the suCCess of d;ir baking methods,"iand of the esteem and ed in our Officers and Directors. accommodation to our customers that any sound bank offers. to extend every courtesy and to render any assistance vestigatiot of every citizen and solicit the business of the Sas well asthe large. An investigation of our sy...

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. — 26 February 1920

The Democrat's listof subscribers coatinues to grow as is shown by the list of new subscibers appearing below. All of thesenames have been added since January let, and are in addition to the many renewals received since that date. ERWIN MASSEY & CO. adv 58 E. Washington st. CHICAGO, ILL T. R. McNEAL 7.12-20 Route 1, Box 05. Saline, La. D. R. STAPLES, 7.16-20 Route 1, Box 70. Saline, La. , : ANDY HARRISON 4-17-20 Route 2. Arcadiaa, La. DAN JACKSON 1-20-21 R 1, Box 27. Ashland, La. FELIX NEIDZEILSKI Care Mirway Storage 6137-39 Cottage Ave. 1-20-21 CHICAGO, ILL. W. T. NIXON, 1-23-21 Brylelan, Lg. A. D. STAPLES, 1-21-21 Castor, La. W. B. BRYAN, 9-23-20 BOX 26 LEESVILLE, LOUISIANA Change from Lake Charles MELTON DRIGGERS 1.24-21 Ashland La. G. D. BBAMLETT 1-24-21 Saline, La Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 0sONOHIO.' Adv,. H. W. MAY 7.22-20 Box 454 Shreveport, La. C. 0. ALLISON 6-15-20 PULICEN, LA. J. B. Page 10-24-20 R. 1, Box 1. Alberta, L4. J. A. GRAY, 1-22-21 * W. SUTTON, 1-30-21 l...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 February 1920

tOUCHJURY vol* On IiL", 16th, 1 ,20. ad } en~vIlle Pariah unant date, with the a u St, W. D..o T. J. Wood, ber ý, ~ the b tentlo to order by the for of the meet  , the Inter Company sub- e .qauest that the olutic First Nation- B ilegal depoal- Jnry`r to receive and from taxes Road 1 and interest tract bonds of Bien- bed: State Bank ripe V , as the de- the 1 proceeds of the celled after full dis- with of the fact that ea! legal advice on the 6 ct attorney, time. of W. D.Goff, YE y, the matter pItorles was " meetng of the Ni 1tý.O and on voted as fol º. Corley, T. J. D. M. White. Town ..ýr" \Wilf said business the SJan., 28t ,  e ease President. untl teaM, Mon S Clerk.. 26th, 1920.` -j vle Parls, 8 `ha1idate with t, W. D. Oonli., and J- . Wood. ?oliceM63' o~sth0 saw . rtile _I" , br d, -e a salaries and o I Vvo~ml 'fir" i#sm. to date folidwi Ohe i nD ej`,aLy and Wbteand i. see- ponat e i eto ofLBd his~ mo~the and durln be ~mo f t~ded byW~ U w garrisae by a Hensoj untoanimous vo...

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. — 26 February 1920

pUvBIN WD EVEx' THCwSnAX Advertile Sates on Application 1atered as Second Class Matter, April .1, 1912 at the postoffice at Arcadia, I.. ander the Act of March 3, 1879. & A. COO ,.....Editor and Proprietor BACKYARD FLOCK KEEPS FAMILY IN EGGS A small flock of hens can be kept with profit by many town and city dwellers who have a backyard, say the poultry specialists of the Exten" lion Division, Louisiana State Univer sity. '1ven as few as eight or ten hens should produce eggs enough, when used economically, for a family of four or five persons throughout the year, except the moulting period c the fall and early winter. I'ousebolders usually desire not on'j eggs for the table and for cook Ing, but also an occasional chiqken tp eat. For this reason one of the ger.eral-pu*pose breeds, such as Plym ou:h Rock, Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red, or Orpinton, is prefetable to the smaller egg breeds, such as the Leihorns. Not only do the mature fowls of these breeds, because of ..their larger ...

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. — 26 February 1920

ale Will Continue Until Mar. st 2 Get Your Choice of Our Spring Line of , LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR t Suits The styles displayed in our line of SPRING SUITS of Serges, Gaberdines, Trico a tine, Poiret Twill, Etc., will satisfy the most particular dresser. Ladies, come '` select the right suit, while it is here. We have suits for dress-up affairs as well as for sport u business wear. _ We have an extensive line of New Spring Skirts *t We carry the widest possible range of beau irt S embracing Satin Striped, Accordian Plaited, tifully Embroidered and Beaded Georgette Crepede Chine, Georgette and other sillks, made Waists-sheer and dainty. Also an attractive unusual combinations, line of tailored waists, in fact something to suit every occasion. RE MEMBER --- All the New Goods Are on Sale. ~- l? i e, ' ' Jr ·2 .I -.. 'dý.cN Mrs I getn l prevailing malady 1 -t . M. Byrd ahd as a their brother, Mr. af had as tiests 1 a t. rle r ,e t[ s Mon Minn .' , t" eriof 4,~nre8 · in -'a. :~D)t Zg~tar' ~...

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. — 26 February 1920

Announcement ------ - -- Ith rc 0J We are pleased to announce that we gi have just opened what was known as P' the T. J. Goff Blacksmith Shop, and are prepared to do Welding, achine Work, Boiler Work and Blacksiithing Your business will be appreciated. All oi work guaranteed. h d Arcal W ding & M inC Co. EFURD BROS,, Owners b Arcadia, Louisiana E g b ,NOTICE! Realizing the value of the . VELVET BEAN as a soil builder, and a source of Sfeed for our live stock, we have ordered a car, which we expect to sell to the farmers at a very a small profit. Unbroken bags of 2 1-2 bushel *8 at $ . perbu. I Where bags are broken we will charge $3 75 per - I .... jUST ARVED- t NW .u t-Ws oDD. LSOQS. OUR1 EW V GLINE OF SO P M ----E "rhtI: ' ~D V~ fsl ~~ ·: a . 4'. · i--~ · 1 ., Z;': .~_~. ·~V. v& - #, ý .. " h . } 3_ S r " ý i- rS' ý'"ý ,,,ý, ý-P tý ý f"'ýý,sn,:: . ýýý's Yt IK t 'v yý y 1.. f ei~i ýý,,t·k ,ýi "Cýrray ý ýr y;~r ' ybcý ý. r`S~cý S q. cy `+ ý ' 't ' ý ýi su'" r ý . z? ,1. r`ýý...

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. — 11 March 1920

BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT -AI -BE VL- P H UA HARt 9 . . .... .. ... . iI. -ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH ilth, 192o NUMBER FIFTY " --- -ei .... . -" -. . . . . . . . .t...st......... .. .......... •- 1-_.. _.,,. .---- ,,s. ,trt. , ,.l.~EC· 1- I, ,a ,.rrm O 'it. tol their aarents at IB ,'*o i ;/*:1.' **~ pot 99/9.9%1 9.9. 1 dee ,..e* fro **... '* . ..*** .ed * ,, as, .hea S 9*. :  . an . s9. J. .... ed ,.9 I , 81 9 . '9 . tt to ni * *9 :, *.. 9vb S ,, ,, . .*.*" , , . '-9 0* # ** . ' *. II pital and Surplus $ 75,000 00 OFIITES ANfIDID 8801'U ,President W. I1, RAY ve V.-Pres.I sgdent W,1. L. WITE .r, J. OAKLEY Vie Peldn T . 09 UTTON ada, vic-Wres. . FULLER RAss~ Cashier D 6, ~ FERGUSON t Cashier J. J)1U T (9.> ithMAW e it i denes ~·.· rh.i ,.att ,Piesldentie th-a '~ V.pantes Jam' 7 `} % j Q IO. ZrrF, x'_'.91 ýý v t " >dr p11 - i · t y 1 ýk a ~ t +' :71`0 e t 7i `%p vi ' ;. ", i s FPM r ý:: .a· : .... - ,? + ',. ,' ' ',. ý ' , .sr·.t ',,: 4 ` .. aiI:>...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 March 1920

ECONOMICAL FURNITURE • -· The de::: ( ONOMICAL FURNISHINGS for the Home is well emphasized in our Display of High Quality Furniture for Every Room Y'ou will find superiority in ,quali' andl \woV kman ship at each price we q'lote. Full line of Linoºlet m and Rugs. THE OLD RELIABLE . oI FURNITURE MAN S.----· A. CO GE ___-- TIIREE BIEING HEID ON BURGALRY ('HARGE . II.. .Boddie. acting as dleputy shtriff went to (ilshlanid ''Tuesday. anid arrest ed John 3M. ('rowley, on a charge of burgairy and lalreny. 'T'hen, assisted' by Deputy ('. Webb. of 4 ilslaitd, thrl'e other suspicious elulmtlers were it' rested, one atltempted escape and wil' shot at several lilnes by Mr. Webb He was pursued and overtalkenl by Mr Boddle. in his sit ecase was found , quanity of silk. ( )n ('rowley's person jewelry of every detscriiption was found. Another mnll, is hied peniliig inves tigatoion. niid it is Iilhivedl tIhat thelise are the ltn responsible for the inumer ous thefts aniid llrlhiries which havli ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 March 1920

r.: : : : eephone No. 3 k ind little daugh-n eek elul in lustoIIn. .who has a p.iliml;  es famuily lhrte rhis '1 ewO rleatn's, wa i. i 'edflnesda il the , Cro`. . .. gt i'll tt a |ited t visit t Jlrs. Bile .. th. I enltertained it - on Satu'daY eiel a dance. A variety of his .Pt ational Bank of Arcadia a Na ti a S ther, Mr. Report of Condition of the Reserve Dis. No. 11 Friday a At ARCADIA, LOUISIANA Mr. Harr TIE CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB. 28, 1920 - and seve was twit ----- Miss Juli to whicl RESOURCES horn. i1 discounts. including rediscounts, lary ehri shown in au ) ........... ........ ..................... $4 8,30.3 nt securities owned: Do no deposited to secure circulation 50,000.00 d -.deron 50,000.00 I) pled 1............... .... 21,500.00 .UInderwi . t securities....................................... . 71,500.00 M r. L rities, etc.:Texas, other tean U. S. bonds (not in- Mr. a ) owned land unplid.. ................ . p500 e Reserve Bank (5O per cent 2,50.00 pie .....on..).......

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 11 March 1920

Announcement We are pleased to announce that we have just opened what was known as the T. J. Goff Blacksmith Shop. and are prepared to do Welding, Machine Work, Boiler Work and Blacksmithing Your business will be appreciated. All work guaranteed. Arcadia Weding & Machine Co. EFURD BROS,, Owners Arcadia, Louisiana Velvet Beans Have Arrived! Unbroken bags of 2 1-2 bushel at $3.60 per bu. Where bags are broken we will charge $3 75 per bushel. Arcadia Cotton Oil Hill ARCADIA, LA, JUST ARRIVED-OUR NEW SPRING LINE OF DRESS GOODS. OUR NEW SPRING LINE OF SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAS ALSO ARRIVED AND WILL BE SOLD AT / POPULAR PRICES. We Invite Your Inspection. Dave Hotman, Arcadia, La. JE EL Y V.SUITABLE FOR JWL 1 ALL OCCASIONS Articles of Jewelry offer a happy solution to every gift problem because jewelry is ever appropriate and always appreciated, whether as d wedding present, a birthday remembrance or Xmas gift. Nothing is more appropriate. Silverware, Cut glass, Gold Watche...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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