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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 June 1920

r.ti: mva *, * *e elebajhn No. 34 '1 ý ; d'" ,ya ie giploable and untimely Which_ ouwered recently at 1 State University, in the Of one of the students, as the ao*o ,n accident, much, publicity given, and possibly some criti jIustide to all concerned, we i like to make this statement I't a trthbful and unbiased ac I oi the sad accident, by one of adia students of L. S. U., whict Snot, however intended for pub li . 81 said in port: "T supposc 011 have heard of the deplorable and , 'z'md ident of the young Spaniard's  tL hope you did not see the un :tre account of" it in the paper, foi :mt of them were horribly exagger L'teda. '.e boy was being initiated into Sr chemical Fraternity, comr Sof the 2nd, and 3rd year chem men, and during the initiation S Of· ether was overturned, mos thet contents spilling on young Al o.o ..........-.....who was 4 fee' tfonm a bunaea burner. The ether Ao: 1flammable, it caught fir( mthe lame, and the boy was ter S. btlied and died one week . W have all ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 3 June 1920

No lfo ti. Church Annoucement H A HPE(CIALI INVITAT4loN I ENTENI 1 1 I* )IT ATTE TH'IE SERIES oF MEETIN(S WiHIClII I.1 TE EVENING ARCADIA BAPTIST CHURCHl, BEI(NNING( A THE EVENING HOUR ON SUND)AY, JULY Til. A GOOD ATTENDANC(I' 1 IESIIEI AT E\ERY SERVICE. YOU ARE CORDIAIiIL INVITED TO COMEP. ARCADIA BAPTIST CHURCH . * WANTED f A White woman to cook and do other work in a a jiBL.&arding house. Must be 25 or older SJohnson Lumber Company Inc. SALNE, ILA lei .Te tel . X. Y. Acteylene Weld ing, Machine and Boiler Work, B acksmithiflg, Horseshoeing Woodwork All kinds of S'. 4oEFURD BRO; Owners S! :..Louisiana r . 4'ý i-."*'rw-j: ~N the . Witl a.o*nowkdgitI geo K. C. B l' land Shr( bavi AIWI Tex ¼· Bro J. me.AND Ht boUW a P ~ ent Ot4TKITH ksa. ANkD uI MukWd ,*OO t° A wekiw briiWHIRV'$THE jok Bflh1 An O P A 01U M W I t t 0 ". lot -Ot CIGAREIThS. AND BILL aIi" Ca LAST NIGHT, Bill nA LI HEIMAD 4 .PgNDWING THUR UoS I 1hey Sattst7º." CIDWYT 1KWI t 3 009fFC 000 3 .i rIDllet m lu f AND THIS u...

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. — 10 June 1920

VVO1 VOLUM EIX BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1920 NUMBER ELEVEN YOUNG FARMER SHOOTS TENANT I }ART S ,necking Account lil for Ladies Tr Dr Dr Pe] atl 'bei Many Ladies find it convenient to pay all their house- de. hold bills by check. The check itself is the best receipt on earth; as the payee's endorsement is on the back of the check is postive proof that the bill has been paid. di( By this system you have a complete record of the amount ed expended for clothing, food, luxuries. etc Ofl sts We solicit your checking account-large or small. flg f11 ph pn 110 j 7i The Commercial Bank ARCADIA, LA. Pi Sth ,C" - ....a - - of LUMBER o tm menced operation with our new\91 Yates Planer 1i Reaw. lndilie solicited for dressed and Yellow Pine Lum- tr Of ixed car lots a specialty. sland OilMill & Fertilizer Company Ol i Fr: GIBSLAND, LA. nE A tITI l SIf you are without * ., Insuzance, it is o either carlessness, A nlect oversight. We are trylng he...

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. — 10 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 mafiagement 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 jooks 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 the 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. T FIreRST TRUST BANKING Arcadia, Louisiana TiHE BIENVILLE DE...

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. — 17 June 1920

! BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT -..-..-. "i NUMBER TWELVE VOL-UME IX ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1920 SU I.. . ... ,A--ET lF NT LANDS iWEBSTER PARISHI FARMER - - --- - 12 KILl ('adt crimes A Checking Account n for Ladies iit 'Julian Ibi, is writte HIargi living W. L. a prol is hel pendii dacly I Ballir to ha whitQ Many Ladies find it convenient to pay all their house. whit hold bills by check. The check itself is the best receipt day I' on earth, as the payee's endorsement is on the back of not I the check is postive proof that the bill has been paid. By this system you have aComplete record of the amount LO expended for clothing, food, luxuries. etc of the We solicit your checking account-large or small. erty I$200.( partil tradi sentil (7-8 POLI met drah The Commercial Bank pril lar i ARCADIA, LA. the that bond as t ,  mmm SMi bond bond Jan. LEO DANIEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL MISS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMPKINS Sleo Dalel Aient kNt A i WE write every form of W...

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. — 17 June 1920

p1 li Saveand Bendependent ' We expect to inaugurate a savings drive right away that no other bank in North Loutsiana 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 httle 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. FIRT TRUST BANKING Co Arcadia, Louisiana THE BIENVILLE DE...

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. — 17 June 1920

or an Be i Arcadia, of the Town of Arta Thirty F is, lelaia, Taken at the Meet. Dollars, Inofter Sai Mayor and Board of bearing i Aemen Hle'd at Arcadia, Loui, per cent laua, on theist, day of June, 1920 annually, 'roe. Mayor and Board of Aldermen ing wate of the Town of Arcadia, Louisiana, ),ithin tl met in regular session at Arcadia Louis For th hnns, on the 1st day of June, 19J'0. special ( There were present: Messrs. Let r be at Pa nant.l, Cat Itlou, and J. S. McConathy. oruanwer There were absent: Messrs. E. H." Luisin Fishel and Fred W. Pentecost. signated 'thle Mayor and Board of Aldermen At sa '.f the town of Arcadia, Lottisiatia, t seven having been duly convened, the fol- at five, i,%9 ,, ort'lutace was offered by Mr to law. tarl doff, and secoudede by Mr. J. S. Notic Ml4Jonathy. tesd(1 An ordinance ordering a special Maesday election to be held in the Town of Ar- Mnayor cadia, Louisiana, to authorize the In- 1atVwn 0 curring of debt and Issuance of bonds atitisia1 o, the ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 17 June 1920

TATE TAX SALE OF T4 IMMOVABLE PROPERTY 1-2 and The State of Louisiana Vs: Delinquent T Tax Debtors, Bienville Parish, . Louisiana Tot tere: By virtue of the authority invest- J ed in me, by the constituion and laws SE of the State of Louisiana, I will sell as at the principal front door of the cost courthouse, in which the civil district court of said parish is held within the MI legal sale hours for judicial sales, be Cor. ginning at 11:00 o'clock on Tp. JLLY3, 120 ax SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 B mand continuing on each succeeding day See. 'untll said sales are completed on which . fall immovable property taxes are now F due to the State of Louisiana, and the milt rParish of Bienville, to enforce the col- men lection of taxes assessed In the year $57 14020, together with interest thereonr from the 31st day of Dec., 1919, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum until Tax paid, and costs. SThe names of said delinquent tax bou payers, amounts of taxes due by each m on the assessment of said ...

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. — 17 June 1920

Jý 1 I IU TRADE W'IT US     WE FILL ORDERS SPROMPTLY P YOU MUST HAVE GOOD GROCERIES To KEEP THE   G'OOHD HEALTH OF ALI, THE FAMILY, AND AS YOU SPEND A GREAT DEAL OF MOENY FOR THEM YOU WANT TO . lPAY ONLY WHAT THEY ARE WORTH. THEN 'TRADE WITH US"..... WE WILL GIVE YOU PURE GROCERIES OF HIGH QUALITY AT FAIR, HONEST PRICES WE WILL FILL YOUR ORDERS PROMPTLY AND TAKE S!BPEOCIAL PAINS TO SEE THAT YOU ARE PLEASED. GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.   SBarnette's Grocery /i~llllllllllllllilllrrlrrlrll      .       .          t eri" BARGAIN IN 4Building Material! ii Eli U' ~(1) Main School Building of what was former- i ily Mt. Lebanon Academy. This building has I:..more than one hundred thousand feet of lumber * U rt j. it, roof is getting bad but all the rest is fine mber Klt (2) rho Principal's Residence-a two-story resi tl~dence with abouf sixty thousand feet of good U f :ll-tumber. 3 :i The Barn--A good, big, practically new earn with metal roof. * ii Sids will be received for the thr...

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. — 17 June 1920

__.._ _ , -. . GIBSLAND NEWS 5s' to (By Miss Annie Mae Langford.) Fortson Aldman of Bunkle, is the vf guest of relatives here. Miss Mattie Langford spent Sunda. ýc at her home near Sibley. oi Miss Genie Mizelle visited relatives in Mt. Lebanon last week. Miss Ruth Byrd is the guest of Mis: n Jodie Mae Jones at Jonesboro. Misses Mamie Colon and Mamie Bak er are visiting relatives in Many. Mrs. M. B. Lewis leaves this week for a visit to relatives in Tennessee. Mise Vera Harrision visited relatives , at C(ampti this week. Mr. Leslie Hamner has returned from a trip to Mineral Wells, Texas. Misses Janie Lawley and Lois Brown spent last week visiting in Bryceland Mrs. Benson Scott and children ol I Winsboro, are guests of relatives here. Miss Ruth Melton, of Missouri, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ketchum. Mrs. Daisy Griswald, of Shreveport. spent the week-end with home folks here. Edgar Barnacastle, of Alexandria, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Paul Ham mett. Miss Mary Grace Colvin ...

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. — 24 June 1920

ir I ENVILLE .MCA It . , ».; .T&BIENVILLE DEMOCRA ,ý; 1 IX 'ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920 NUMBER THIRTEEN : ,,........ ,,_--,., -N MBE THIRTEEN ....... What will you be hen you K are 65? You will be ahead or behind the game. That is certain! But it all depends on what you do now. ';" Of the average Ioo people just one is wealthy at 65; only 3" are well-tb-do; merely 6 are living on their incomes; 54 are .living on friends and cha rity; 56 die before reaching their 65th birth day. It is easy to tell who had a bank acccount. " The odds are stacked against you 87 to I if you don't save a little every pay day. Is your Bank Account growing? Make it grow a bit next pay day! he Commercial Bank ARCADIA, LA. DANIIEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL MISS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMPKINS A e Daniel, Agent .'. WE1 write every form of .\ Old Line Insurance. We represent 35 of the oldest a Iirtest insurance em plnles of the entire world. , We work 5 efeient people A t...

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. — 24 June 1920

PROCEDINOGS OF TIE of t b TOWN COUNCIL. incur .of il Proceedings of the MaYor and Board Ared of Aldermen of the Town of Area 'luir dia, Louisiana, Taken at the Meet- 01111r Ig of the Said Mayor and Bard of fenri Aldermen Held at Arcadia, Louis- per lam, on the 1st, day of June, 1920 ItlLU The Mayor and Board of Aldermen e itl (if the 'l'own of Aradiua, louisianlla, met In regular session at Arcadia Louis , ,,ia, on the 1st day of June, 1920. M(i 'Ti're were presenlt: Messrs. leu uluutI, 't '.,o[l, land J. S. MeConathy. ('t Iº 'l4lle4 were absent : Messrs. L. Ii.. FisLher and Fretd W. Pentecost. sigil Illi 1 113AIyor lidt Bo,ard ,fi .\lorlelenut f ithe 'l'oWtt of Arcadia, Ilouisialll t. having been duly convened, the fol t f ,,,ý 'lnio; ,ortlilllti V '.w a ofedl'tlrel by M11 to ` S'il &gotf, aniil .seojede by Mr. J. 8.I t'l .lcCont by. ihstl A ,,rdinil'e ordering a special ,lectioln to be held in the Town of Ar- y ,.adia, Louisiiana, to authorize the i ll."" currng of debt (an...

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. — 24 June 1920

de go un whom they will sup I time there is no way What the outcome of the will be. believe the majority of the peo opposed to a third term by t Wilson. McAdoo, considered as possibly the strongest man e ticket, has declared that he hot be a candidate. A hart' Wll likely be made to inject a k Into the Democratic plat Would split the party, and ht by W. J. Bryan to the essure will doubtless he to bear to make the League of an issue in the campaign. ESTRAY NOTICE aken up at my place in Arcadia. day, June 18, 1920, one boar shoat. ilag about 100 pounds and about r ol notified to call ad. r ls hereby notflied to call anni FOR SALE Consisting of one Gas Engine, Pump, Steel Tower, Metal Tank and fittings complete. This plant is practically new. Reason for selling, can connect with city water. A BARGAIN FOR ANYONE. . M. Tooke Arcadia, La. HEMSTITCHING Q1c PER YARD I sal be glad to do your Hemititching and Picoting at the above price. Work done promptly. For further particu lats call on M...

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. — 24 June 1920

Save and Be Independent r res We expect to inaugurate a savings drive right away that no other bank in North tw Louisiana has ever put on. We are deter- hRu 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. T FIRST TRUST & BANKING C Arcadia, Louisian...

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. — 24 June 1920

will buy a PalmBeach or - (Crash Suit at this store Remember we have the stock to select from. We handle the original Keep-Kool Suit that is nationaly advertised, and handled only by the larger dealers. They will cost you more money but in a class to themselves. We have a reduction on all Silk Shirts and are closing them out very fast. Select your size be fore they are all gone. the "The Home of I M o is Good Clot es" I 1n. I. Bron.w Jr. : : : : : : : : : Teleahon. N.. 34 Shirt Sale at McConathy's. Mabel Lyons is visiting in Hor weeLk Beach Salts for $7.50 at Me Miss Norma Duty spent Sunday in the guest of her sister. Iron Beds. Lots of them in good better ones at J. L. McClellan's. Mr. J. B. Herring left on Sunday make a visit to Memphis, Tenn. *a Happy Tooke has returned from pleasant visit to Shreveport friends. Miss Auble Dawson of Bernice, is guest of her aunt, Mrs. Terry N. Mr. Bill Grigsby who has been work out of Houston, Texas, spent the -end at home. Mr. Abe Dreyer of Monr...

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. — 24 June 1920

PROCEEDINGS OF SPECIAL " MEETING OF POLICE JURY 1 Arcadia, La., )une 16, 1920. 1 The Police Jury of Blenville Parish met in a special called meeting on this 1 date with all memblrs present, the t body having been called to order and 1 the purpose of the meeting having been explained, and after a general discus- i sion the following Resolution was i adopted: WHEREAS, there was no special tax 1 levied by this Pollce Jury for the year 1 1919 for the purpose Of paying interest on the One Million Dollars of Road Bonds of the Parish tf Bienville, ma turing on February 1, 1920 and Angus;: 1, 1fr20, and paying the bonds of said issue maturing on August 1, 1920. and º it is necessary that proper provisio be, maode for the pay ment of said interest and said bonds: and I WHIEREAS. It is necessary and proper I that a special tax be levied by this I Polcle Jury for the purpose of paying interest on the outstanding bonds of Reduced Prices Some real "Old Time" prices on the following $3.50 Ladies'...

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. — 24 June 1920

=$Y virtue of tfie authority invest )n me, by the constitulon and laws the State of Louisiana, I will sell it the principal front door of the E Ourthouse, in Which the civil district ai "M . t t o f s a id p a r is h is h e ld w ith in th e pi liea sale hours for judicial sales, be ;.. at 11:00 o'clock on SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1920 (I~ tinuing on each succeeding day, a s d sales are completed on which ci ovable property taxes are now ;: due the State of Louisiana, and the N ParlA of Bienville, to enforce the col- 7,  lection of taxes assessed in the year i 19`20, together with Interest thereonr I from the 31st day of 1)ec., 1919, at the T Cate of 10 per cret per annum until paid, and cost. The naihes o Said delinquent tix payers, amounts of taxes due by each i on the assessment of said year, and 4 the immovables property assessed to each to be offered for sale as folows, p "to witt: h Ward One 1 * (lEO. ALLEN; TEL. LINE--8 miles d  tel. line. Total assessment $150. P Taxes, interest a...

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. — 24 June 1920

Ianeboon< ~IMo O re BEAUTIFY THE FARM YARD i, No Reason Why Grounds Surrounding' House Should Not Be Made and Kept Attractlve. I (Prepared by the United States Depart- era ment of Agriculture.) firs For over a decade the home demon- waI ttratlon agents in the South have been boy teaching farm women easier and better one methods of doing their housework, car- the lug for their families, and conducting hen home industries. During the past the years, they Jlave been teaching, In ad- are ditlon, the beautifying of the farm (7 yard. nlsi The country woman, like every other exe nonral woman, is hungry for beauty, I the but in the past she has hid less of It 1 in her life than her city sister. Too chi many farm home. inside and out are wit I an( f. oul nei wh on drh 4.. Cal ha In Need of Beautification. ge fr( unattractive, yet beauty In a country yard costs little except effort, for the a0 mest effects can be obtained by tlhe a I ue of native trees, shrubs and vines. A demand for Infor...

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. — 1 July 1920

d>BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT IX ARDARI~~~ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY,. JULY 1, 1920 NUMBER FOURTEEN fat will you be when you are 65? You will be ahead or behind the game. That is certain! But it all depends on what you do now. Of the average too people just one is wealthy at 65; only 3 are well-to-do; merely 6 are living on their incomes; 54 are living on friends and charity; 56 die before reaching their 65th birth. day. It is easy to tell who had a bank acccount. The odds are stacked against you 87 to I if you don't save a little every pay day. Is your Bank Account growing? Make it grow a bit next pay day! Te Commercial Bank ARCADIA, LA. 0t[ o DANIEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL MISS OLA SMELLEY MATT TOMPKINS Leo Daniel, Agent WE write 'every' form of A{'w Old Ioe IntsraR . We represent 35 of the oldest and largest insurapee son ponies of the entire world. We work 5 eicient people in oarolee. Let us write will not be sorry after your S-Fire, Aeldenti, Sckness or YOI BE...

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. — 1 July 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. TE FIRST TRUST & ANKING CO Arcadia, Louisiana I'HE BIENVI...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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