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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 13 May 1920

Ssp i-=e WE HAVE * VERYTHING: Sj YOU NEED FOR S; ,PRESERVING * AND   aICKLING., j ,,; ' U PUT UP LOTS OF FRUIT FOR THE WINTER. IT IS GOOD * FOOD FOR YOU ANI) THE CHILDREN ANI) IT IS MIGHIITY * NICE TO HAVE WHEN COMPANY COMES.   * COME TO SEE PT FOR EVERYTHING YOU NEED AND * KNOW THAT YOU WILL GET PUTE SPICES OF FULL U STRENGTH AND FLAVOR.   COME TO US FOR ALL YOUR GROCERIES. WE KEEP * THE BEST AND SELL FOR LSS..   GIVE i'S YOUR GROCERY ORP ER TODAY. * Barnette's Grocery l, Mrs. I .BI  row. : : : : : : i Teh I I No I I y Mr.D.E. Brown. Jr. : : : : : : : : : TelphoneNo. 34 "Oh Mother dear, no other face Is half as sweet as thine, No o r eyes reflect such love S- burs do unto mine". "No her lips speak words so true, STl e is no other smile, , Can so much when life is tough To omfort me the while". "Ne.,ther Mother in the world With you can compare, No other Angel in God's Heaven, Will be so wonderous fair". --Selected. .1 other's Day was observed at the ¶ sptlst church last Sunday...

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. — 13 May 1920

A 1 Th ed by Lo lau, rish of Bien- lar We l fthorty contained in Pari NO. 4 of the,Ppr$h Board tl Directors of the Parish of will 11¾ I1, of the 6th day of April, thes : P. P,White, President of said uath he ]grepby give notlce that an elec -t will be held in School District 0' . N of the Parish of Bienville, La., the o "21st day of of May, 1920, as graJ set rth ai the following abstract of 1nc aid,Otdinance. may . i ON 1, Be it ordained by the l l Board of School Directors of Sel rIh of Bienville, La., in lawful Jul s esih S convened, that an election shall to be ead is hereby called to be held in dlel Scool Pistrict N9. 5 of the Parish of Wh Bleille, I., on May 21, 1920 at which girl election the majority of the taxpayer. of the said district, in number and *sooipt, eligible to vote and voting. shall determine the PVoposetlio to incur debt and issue •bour of the said School District No. ne 5 of the arish of Blenville, La., to of the ainoumtt of Fifty Thousand at ($ 00.00) doll...

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. — 20 May 1920

S ]il/Ik !·~ . ..... -r? '1: .... .. -- ,-i ,' , · 77. tn+ ' ii ye m~e 0' lti S, EEIIENVILLE DEMOCRAT" 7711, E l ,!.E IE~l ,TJw announcement o - S who s a andda BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 190 WF.. EIGHT. GRADUATES .IV. D. GOI"' ANNN CES 10,1, 1"-UJI II P R M III a t W I' We Favor Woman Suffrage 1 Because womanhood stands for all that is good, clean and pure. 2 Because the laws that govern man likewise governs woman, and she should have an equal say in making the conditions under which she must live. 3 Because Democracy is based upon "Equal rights to ( all and special privileges to none,,. . 4 Because woman is better fitted to cope with many public issues regarding her own sex than man. p5 Because by their works and success they have proven their ability. 6 Because by giving wor)an.re vote we have taken the greatest step towards clean politics. : I, Because the time is here when there must be evolu "; tion, and by giving woman a voice in the affairs of state we s...

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. — 20 May 1920

buy 1 ve and Be Independent We expect to inaugurate a savings drive right away that no other bank in North Louisiana has ever put on. We are deter mined to educate the people the necessity 1gk] of saving. This department will be under ,11 the management of one thoroughly com- the petent and familiar with every angle of savings. We want every child to know the worth of dimes, and to know the value of got keeping a bank account. o0 We have just gotten in our savihgs books .and other books that go to make up this de partment, and will be glad to show any one a ll just how to start an account. We have the little Saving Banks and will have more to come. Your little child will be as safe in coming to our bank to make his or her ,, deposit as tne father or mother would be, anu for we take more pains in showing the no1 httle tots how much we are interested in Ma them. Come in our bank and lets get together in savings and this whole country will be bet ter and richer by it. P11 TE FIRST TRUS...

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. — 20 May 1920

s ,P s4eo well loo t1 ^ Mr. and ye me o' t ,-4 w,. SU..m. E -EU..... EKE EEE 5MOO'm, FLOUR OUR FLOIR IS SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. IT IS MILLEI) i FROM NO. 1 NORTHERN WHEAT AND IS SPLENDID FOR i BAKIN | TRY A SACK TODAY. WHEN YOU BAKE WITH OUR FLOUR, YOU WILL SEE THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN FLOUr --AND YOU WILL USE OUR FLOUR BECAUSE YOU GET THE l _3 BEST RESULST. ~Cr~~ GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODA. Barnette's Grocery SBath Tubs, Laatories, Sinks B a rn avats  ory and Commodes We have just received a car load of bath supplies *:"I fittingsand arpreared to fill your every want in • We also have a first class plumber who will figure   ' * your jbb for you,' telling you just what a complete job m T' will cost.' ..-Al- htave a complete line of electrical goods and Il   FL you money. Let us figure on your requirements. F LO BS-. Tsve you money.   S"If its HARDWARE, we have it or cpn get it or it i n n ot made". . O e:3 PeoplesiHardware Co., Inc. : Announcement r the best of life insurance, see...

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. — 20 May 1920

LUMBER Just commenced operation with our new 91 Yates Planer -'] ý11 and Band Resaw. with your inquiries solicited for dressed and Yellow Pine Lum-' w.. ber..1. I ai Mixed car lots a specialty. 11 ibaland Oil Mill & Fertilizer Company lst GIBSLAND, LA. ,til,,I 14111 Furniture for Every Room Of every description is on display at this store. M Wecan furnish your Living Room, Guest Room n Bed Room, Dining Room or Hall complete. n 41 ("u111 JUST RECEIVED-A Solid car car load ot Iron Beds. Something new arriving every day, THE OLD RELIABLE t FURNITURE MAN .I O. X. Y. Acteylene Weld ing, Machine and Boiler Work, B liacksmithing, Horseshoeing, Woodwork All kinds of repair work. Smd ,Wean& achtt Co., EPURD BROS,, Owners PHONE NO.73 Louisiana rTwo I that N WVard Jury Sconfir gener an" wtheo "- towtml dlr wot On proul (lilte TIl tions pray such beer will rels still bet ling million doll oa word'0fphon " a Soul"t ha Oginal Ofial Laboratory Model! That's a name to conjure with. It's t...

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. — 27 May 1920

'eiii. V LLE. DEMOCRAT P, *- tIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920 NUMBER NINE 4_hAl t Ii L, D l1V" , Th (i4Uf lllt I V T I...... . ~i~aAi~t~i~ e " -w So.-lp r We Favor Woman Suffrage 1 Because womanhood stands for all that is good, clean and pure. 2 Because the laws that govern man likewise governs woman, and she should have an equal say in making the conditions under which she must live. 3 Because Democracy is based upon "Equal rights to all and special privileges to none,,. 4 Because woman is better fitted to cope with many public issues regarding her own sex than man. 5 Because by their works and success they have proven their ability. 6 Because by giving woman the vote we have taken the greatest step towards clean politics. 7 Because the time is here when there must be evolu tion, and by giving woman a voice in the affairs of state we shall unfold to the world a purer Democracy, again placing the standard of freedom on a higher and nobler plane,. and by so doing c...

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 May 1920

We are Save and Be Independent W tDistrict ( "f the P We expect to inaugurate a savings drive nor~P, t, right away that no other bank in North Dee c"ra Loutsiana has ever put on. We are deter mined to educate the people the necessity i'te l t of saving. This department will be under oz Are t the management of one thoroughly com petent and familiar with every angle of cormyris' savings. We want every child to know the wtrishees worth of dimes, and to know the value of ove keeping a bank account. ied to We have just gotten in our savings books of Area and other books that go to make up this de- aida partment, and will be glad to show any one just how to start an account. We have jeert to the little Saving Banks and will have more to come. Your little child will be as safe in coming to our bank to make his or her deposit as tne father or mother would be, for we take more pains in showing the of Arc little tots how much we are interested in arI them. Pa Come in our bank and lets get tog...

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. — 27 May 1920

,ec. 23, 8E 1 Total as- te es, Interest '1' torm ye me one of loit in S tto sweep my teeth."- - leego American. dXes, v.. it r 1 ý, I 5 aa . Weammselly W Iit ` prn&spal front a4 of the Courthouse, In which the- civil district teo olurt of said parish is held within the legal sale hours for judicial sales, be- o ginning at 11:00 o'clock on SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1980 T and continuing on each succeeding da.v. eat until said sales are completed on which I all immovable property taxes are now 8V due to the State of Louisiana, and the Ise Parish of Blenville, to enforce the col- cos lection of taxes assessed in the year 1920, together with interest thereour W from the 31st day of Dec., 1919, at the 6i rate of 10 per cent per annum until To paid, and costs. esi The names of said delinquent tax payers, amounts of taxes due by each kui on the assessment of said year, and ' the immovable property assessed to tel each to be offered for sale as folows, to-wit: in Ward One GEO. ALLEN, TEL. LINE-...

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. — 27 May 1920

TATE TAX SLE OF M OVABLE PROPERTY (Continued from preceeding page) 1 MARTIN STAVE CO.-NE-1-4 ,N' 1.2 of SE. SE of SE, Sec 2, Tp. 17. R. 8, E 1.2 of W 1-2, Sec. a5. NW of NE Sec. 35 Tp. 18. R. 8. Total assess ment $4,800.00. Taxes ,Intere i and] cost $112.30. DR. JNO. McDONALD ESTATE W 1-2 of SE, NE of SW, SE or NW, See, 2. 'Pp. 14, R. 5. Total assessmnt $1,120.t0, Taxes, interest lll(d cost $21.20. W. W. fr.DONA1,)--NE ;of NW, W 1-2 of NW of NE, Sete. 'Jp. 14 R. 4. Total assessment $(C0000. Txes, in terest and cost $13.15 MISS ARBIE McNOTT--NE of NE, Sec. 32, Tp. 15 R. 6. Total assess ment $280.00). Taxes, interest and cost $8.85. P. W. MILES-E 1.2 of SE, SE of NE, Sec. S. Tp. 16 R. 7. Tlal ussess ment $1,200.00. Taxes, lterest and cost $22..50. O. B. NELSON-W 1-2 See. 10, 'p. 15, R. 8. Total assessment $',L2)O.00 Taxes, interest and cost $53.70. NORTH LA. BOTTIING W'Ol(KS - Residence and lot 1 blk, g in Gibsland. Total assessment $4I)0.00. Taxes, in terest anti cost $12.70. R. F. ...

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. — 27 May 1920

ye me one o! bL , N ý l d, t to sweep my teeth" S , *C!ºicago American. ...I            e   aM By Mrs. D. E. Brown. Jr. : : : : : : : : : Teleon No. 34 =i owr l . VEGETABLES i , aIoFRUITS ror, ARE ALWAYS , .   , ter spe . . FRESI . B and M l' lhe fill! Baptis Port o I/ broth" u Mr. '"°ý   ter, i g iting VEGTABES YOU MUST EAT AND FRESH FRUITS YOU itr. VEGETB HEALTHY THEY i JUGHT TO EAT IF YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY. THEY ti I ý ARE NOT ONLY GOOD OOD THEMSELVES BUT THEY IraI S"TONE" UP YOUR SYSTEM AND HELP TO CARRY OFF THE HEAVY THINGS YOU EAT. AleMt YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND OUR FRESH FRUITS TO BE   RIPE AND SWEET; OUR VEGETABLES ARE FULL GROWN .:   AND SOUND; OUR PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE. Mld GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY. ho e * her 1 4 Barnette's Grocery I l nnn eadit (i I'little guess I g g g S i g g A l Atki Bath Tubs, Lavatories, Sinks da visit and Commodes Sadent We have just received a car load of bath supplies * * and fittings and are .prepared to fill your every want in exhe * ...

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. — 27 May 1920

LUMBER Just commenced operation with our new 91.Yates Planer and and Reaw. tr Your inquiries solicited for dressed and Yellow Pine Lum- Di1 Mixed car lots a specialty. (ibsland Oil Mill & Fertilizer Company " GIBSLAND, LA. (1, SlFurniture for Every Room Of every description is on display at this store. o We can furnish your Living Room, Guest Room h Bed Room, Dining Room or Hall complete. JUST RECEIVED-A Solid car car load of Iron Beds. Something new arriving every day, THE OLD RELIABLE FURNITURE MAN O. X. Y. Acteylene Weld ing, Machine and Boiler Work, Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing, Woodwork All kinds of repair work. Ard iaWClil & Machine Co. EFURI BROS,, Owners PHONE NO.73 Arndle, Louisiana wil SThe Report Charge Is Made For A Service Rendered 0 .. are d _. ul, m ,ade under certain conditions on person to ·pS hg ' calls (wh h include appointment and ien . h only in cases where the telephone company has Npidi 19: J aorei .ernics in the use of its lines and operators. ...-.. ...

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. — 3 June 1920

IENVILLE DEMOCRAT - . -NUMBER TEN A i VILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURIK).\', JUNE 3,. . A - E -V L PA-'L-- - - ý--'---- T PROCE Thel hecking Account e fo and se for Ladles ish, in lenlt iI of bids 120:1)4 have I Byrld, Jackso and Si which filed. Many Ladies find it convenient to pay all their house. hold bills by check. The check itself is the best receipt sa me, on earth, as the payee's endorsement is on the back of at wt the check is postive proof that'nhe bill has been paid. By this system you have a complete record of the amount ishe expended for clothing, food, luxuries. etc 'l'IBc We solicit your checking account-large or small. had bf Ilienv of th after iieldni 11it1 uwlajol 'olicT fll r lowil The Commercial Bank l A. 1) ARCADIA, LA. ln the 1 andl LUMBER Just commenced operation with our new 91 Yates Planer tlh . and Band Resaw. takL Your inquiries solicited for dressed and Yellw Pine Lum- best VI betr. bar. to-w Mixed car lots a specialty. ea I' &ibsland Oil Mill & Fer...

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. — 3 June 1920

Save and Be Independent We expect to inaugurate a savings drive right away that no other bank in North Louisiana has ever put on. We are deter mined to educate the people the necessity of saving. This department will be under the management of one thoroughly com petent and familiar with every angle of savings, We want every child to know the worth of dimes, and to know the value of keeping a bank account. We have just gotten in our savings books and other books that go to make up this de partment, and will be glad to show any one just how to start an account. We have the little Saving Banks and will have more to come. Your little child will be as safe in coming to our bank to make his or her deposit as tne father or mother would be, for we take more pains in showing the little tots how much we are interested in them. Come in our bank and lets get together in savings and this whole country will be bet ter and richer by it. TIL FST TRUST & BANKING C Arcadia, Louisiana ti Sale FROM...

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. — 3 June 1920

uLs iana, I will sell - the pincepal front door of the courthouse, in which the civil district court of said parish is held within the laal sale hours for judicial sales, be ginning at 11:00 o'clock on SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 and continuing on each succeeding day. until said sales are completed on which all immovable property taxes are 110W due to the State of Louisiana, and the I'arislh of Bienville, to ernforce tihe col le'tlon of taxes assessed in the yevar 19'20, together with interest thereonr froml the 31 day of Decc., 1915), at the riI,' of 10 per cent per annum ulnuil paid, and costs. lTh'e Inames of said delinquent tax payers, amolunts of taxes (lle by erhlh oiu the assessment of said year, lnd rie immovable propterty assessedl to, each to he offered for sale as folows, to-wit : Ward One CEO. ALLEN, TEL. LINE-8 miles tel. line. Total assessment $150).00 'Taxes, interest and cost $6.48. A. L. ATKINS, TEL. LINE-6 miles 'l'ri. linle. Total assessment $110.AHN 'Taxes, interest ...

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. — 3 June 1920

GIBºL'N1 NEW" (By Miss Annie Mai Langford) Mrs. Conant and her Sunday school class spent a most delightful day at Dauchite last Thursday. Miss Louella Oden has been the guest of Miss Ruth Byrd. Misses Robert and Clyde Kidd were visitors to Shreveport this week. Mr. and Mrs. Haedy Courtney, litte son, Fred and daughter, Miss Mar guerite, muotored from Campti, and spent a few (lays with relatives at Mt. Lebanon and came by to see (ibs land friends. Mrs. W. J. Broadwell accompanied by her daughter, Miss Irma Broadwell, went to Natchitoches to he present at the graduation of her son, Wess Broadwell, who received his diploma from the Normal High School. Mrs. L. M. Phillips visited her pa rents at Bernice this week. Guss and Aubrey Phillips have gone to spend vacation with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Todd and son. Mr. W. W. Todd have returned from the Schumpert sanitarium. Mr. Todd'. condition is somewhat improved, yet he is very weak. Rev. Flowers, Supt., of the Baptist Orphan...

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. — 3 June 1920

th 4 B. or ome visit of some a. H. L. Runge. in health, after Mr. and Mrs ousekeeping in their OWN CE You can buy lots in Hillcrest Ad dition next Saturday at your own price. Dont miss this great sacrifice sale of lots. R. M. CONWAY Mrs. B. A. Brewer spent Wednesday in Minden, attending a meeting in the interest of the Woman's Missionary Society. Mrs. Mary fCk~lwin and son, Tom mie spent last Sunday I nChoudrant. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bridger Jucky and had the pleasure of at ~ ding the commencement exercises that school, ofwhich Mr. Lucky is principal. Mrs. W. Q. Bell, of Monroe spent Monday in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Runge. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Langston, re inllllllllllnlmnlnll llnln . 1   `+ I OOD GROCERIES SINSUR SGOOD IEALTH. U GOOD HEALTH IS THE GREATEST POSSESSION YOU   Y8 OU AND YOUR FAMILY CAN HAVE. BE SURE AND KEEP IT. - THE BEST SAFEGUARD YOU CAN HAVE IS TO EAT - GOOD FOODS.   WHEN YOUR FOODS COME FROM OUR STORE YOU   CAN DEPEND UPON THEM BEING FRES...

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. — 3 June 1920

SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS a! (Continued from editorial page) ea Number Five of said Parish, for the T purpose of constructing a School D .ullding, together with necessary d, equipment and furnishings, under and a( in full compliunce with the C(onstitu- n tion and Laws of the State of IAIuis- .I lana, and especially Article 281 of thi. it Constitution, and Act 25 of 1910, and a ordinances duly and regularly adopt- Ib ed by the said Board on the 22nd day p of May, 1920, and pursuaut to the i' authority conferred by the vote of a a majority in number and amount (o 11 the property taxpayers qualified as b electors under the ('onstitutitution an(d Laws of the State of Louislana, vot ing at an election held for that pur- 1' pose on the 21st day of May, 19!20, the result of said election having be,,ti I duly canvassed and the returns there- ( of made, filed, recorded and reported as required by law; and" said l ien ville Parish School Board is hereby j held and firmly bound for and in Ile ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 June 1920

~~ ~ivm[ ten) A of lot 0 0 14"re in NE cotter; ` `" assessment $115.00. § and poet $8.75. SW 14' Sec., 10 TP. 14, Assessment $1,600.00 k. +~ats atil Cost ........ 3: S Blawelvl, . \W 1-4 of 8. 1.4, vS ..p, 14, Rt, ?. Total Assesu. ixt5 esItreat andIcs.......~~ 'axes, interest and coat....... 2,?5 X M. Ferris, S and W 1.2 of SW-1-4 of 81 1-4 cut by diagonal line run MUn from SEc eor. to NW cor.. Tp, 14, R. 5. Total Asse.s" .......,.» .......................... r. Mrs,. Ellaeu, NW 1, ef'ni C, .33, Tp. 14, R._. '1º Ch*I M . ent .............................. H ,- ta axe, interet and , o . . awb S W 132 of SW 1.4. SW ~ t fie. 312, Tp. 154 T. 4 T "K" Ti M1_ Interest and cost....... - rTavr Williams, SW 1-4 or $IW 1-4 .!-;.lq14, TIP,-18, R, 8-...Total Anlssam misot .......... d.cost.$400.00 700 " ...... , ng.t. . nd co.t.............1210 ryh17WIN. 1 cabin and l.t ii 'wbInon, to ArcaAu... , a. To, tertt and cost ......... .05 NW 1.4 prop1.~ ert, as e ic 35...Total Apnossment. p0ý . ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 June 1920

:STATE TAX S E OF Ta IMMIOVABLE PROPERTY 11 -iNe Stante of Louisiana Vs. Delinquent 5 A Tax Debtors, Blenville Parish, lute Louisiana By virtue of the authority Invest- 21 edIn me, by the constitulon and lawsme •of the State of Louisiana, I will sell $17 at the principal front door of the courthouse, In which the civil district G court of said parish is held within the legal sale hours for Judicial sales, be ginning at 11:00 o'clock on of SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 l and continuing on edtU succeeding day. pax until said sales are completed on which all immovable property taxes are n1ow due to the State of Louisiana, and the $47 Parish of Bienville, to enforce the col-. lection of taxes assessed in the year 1920, together with interest thereonr Sen from the 31st day of Dec., 1919, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum until paid, and costs. T "--.The names of said delinquent tax men payers, amounts of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year, and the immovwble property assessed to...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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