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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 August 1920

BIENVILLE "AOCRAT 1 VOLUME IX ARC.\I)fI , BlENVII,LE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE p c~---, ~ ~ ~ ___ Your Salary Needs A BANK You need the benefit of an account. The bank needs cooperation for the wel fare of the community and obviously for yourself. Old age needs ready money. Sickness needs the doctor, and the doctor needs the fee. Earning power needs saving power. A bank-account-man needs to ask noth ing from anyone. Remember these and SAVE. The Commercial Bank of Arcadia ARC.\D1A, ..: : LUSl.\N.\ LEO DANII", AUIl BItYAN LW.\ INR ( l 'I, ' Leo Daniel, Agent SWE write every form of , \%4 Old ,ine Insurance. We n , 0L .represent :15 of Ilhe olhhest and largest insurance rom panies of the entire world. - * We work 5 eflicient people h', in our ollie. IA't us u write your insurance and _____ *4 will not be sorry after your : . , Fire, Accident, Sicknless or 4 Y 0 UR BENEFIC(IARIY ".4 H after your death. '4 toves--Ranges: !fe ha' already received two...

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. — 19 August 1920

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana I s. -- -----------------~-~~I-I~~~-~ PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY $200 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISHI-$2.25 A YTEAR OUTSIDE THE PARISH ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered as Second Class Matter, April II, 1912 at the postoffice in Arcadia, La., under the Act of March 3, I879. S. A. COOK,......... .... .................Editor and Propreitor Wednesday is "('lean-up 1)ay." Nuff Red. The Inviation Arccepted For some time we have beIen extenld ing people an inviation to co'me to Ar cadia, and the invitation is being nc cepted daily. IBut there is another serious situation that confronts us after these people arrive-there is no place for them to live. A half dozen houses in Arcadia would make quite a difference, and we believe that there is enough mone in town to build this many or more. It's bad to have folks go away and tell -that they cannot get a place to live in Arcadia, and it doesn't do the tow...

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 August 1920

CHARTER he Blenville-Claiborne Oil & Development la' Company, Inc. A11 thi United States of America, State of i" Louisiana, Parish of Bienville. BE IT KNOWN, That on this the " 21 day of May in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hlundred and sul b Twenty, before me' the ullldersigllned Notary P'ublie, duly alppointed, com missionedl ailnd qnualifiel ill hll1 for the li Parish of Bienville, state of Loulisiana. 1l1 an4d in the presence pf the witnesses Ihe herein ii a nll e d alii(1 i Ildersigiled l1I; personally c'are :llltl alppea:iredl the sev- \\' eral ipersonlls whose amli'es are hereto A subscribed who severally dethaired that If availing theilselves (lsOf t lil prIov'isions al of thie iLaw of this Siat' relative to il (Corporationls a1lnd partlieularly* Act 2'l7 of the 4.eri'al .Xssemnbly oIf ,Louisianlia tl for the year 1911, 1they' hav1e foi'rme' aI and organizwd ul nl .,y these presents I,1 do forni Uliitl orlganlliz t lhemselves inllo of a ('(orporal in 1nid (Hll...

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. — 19 August 1920

SV-.* ):";is OF CONGR(;ESSMAN i 'WATKINS' OFF'ICIAL IRE(OIRID clii S,,ptel.zl r 17. I!lI il ,'.,ujf,,riiilv II t ith IiI( 'llu i' s 1 'llt l'l ,'l i, Ih 1111' 1111111 f ('l';lli1' ('r'llý'l I'e -, 1,llll:ll ( ' ,lllll lil l'1' 11 ' III,' :' F ~I''o t lllr t ' ....''t'1 '..:iurl~lr l I)i'.ll'i,'l 1,1 I' l. li t111tll1' ly h11 ' li IIu''l \it ' ' ~ o Ilalt Itt I t ,i ie' hlla r l I M ;ll l h \ i IIli T. IlIt (.I l it l' r I ] 'll ],i 111I,' 1 ,nu "1") f I'lll' rl'r I 1 lih1 1.'\;- ` J . Tl . \i l lt l ,V i l 'l l l .l ' I I .I.o N. ti i i iii.y.ll 1.111tn' W l t.1 l lht i tljrl Il i,' I .1. T. \\i lli il l-Ii , I, ii tary\ ll.11 1 j 'lll 11,x'l a t t11 Ill, ' 1 1 1i1111'. \' id llg ;l'1,,r\\ Ir, l:-:, ,l iluy1 1,h'."('l, I ,.llt rr.r 1)11 illl h' 1liý,'h;Irh.'. ,,1" tuty rlI~li0' : :1 vlli l.g fo t" Il u' ir . I if1 l ('ral I' ' lll.l dealh lhat a.-Ill('I hI I'lllillt , hiti rit IIt l y h ifo r lt l'tI' (il' tl Il' Iitr'l I (5111 l1'l1lll "il' t'1'. t ip'tr. ' t i.o lli lhi, f illl...

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

I New Fall Arrivals at McConathy's Ready-to-Wear Department We have just received some ot the latest style dresses in Serge, SClTricotine and Satin SChic models in Suits for the young girls who will soon be going 1 f I "away to college. Sizes, 14, 16, 18; prices, $39.50() up. ' Sweaters TrunksI Made in Eton Affects, assorted colors with long We have all sizes and styles in Trunks, Steam S[sash, $5.50. ers, Wardrobe and regular sty c lTrnks made I i . We have a most wonderful assortment of of genuine fiber. Prices, S31.50 to $75.00. i * V 2.ladies' large size skirts in pleated and plain .I o I p tstyles, also, over size dresses. You are not too We also have a complete stock of Suit Cases, I ' large to get fitted at our Ready-to-wear De- Handbags and Gladstonc's some of them are /Il j 5partment. fitted with Ivey Toilet Sets. M IINM i' hThe Store That C OnaS Has The Goods OrmUEEmmmmmmmmmmmEu1iuoE~mameemEmemmemmemoo~o mm *...E...EE EUEUEfUE RE UUe~omUEE EU NonnEi* By Mrs. D. E. Brown. J...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 August 1920

'PUBLIC SPEAKING Cong. John T. Watkins WILL SPEAK AT' THE FOLLOWING PLACES BIENVILLE PARISH RINGGOLD,............................... Tuesday, August 24th, at 3:00oo p. m. CASTOR ......................... .........Tuesday, August 24th, at 8 :oo p. m. SALINE,.................................W ednesday, August 25th, at I :oo a. m. BIENVILLE,........................Wcdnesday, August 25th, at 8:00 p.. m. BRYCELAND,..................... Thursday, August 26th, at 1i :oo a. m. GIBSLAND,................................. Thursday, August 26th, at 3:00 p. m. ARCADIA,...............................Thursday, August 26th, at 8:oo p. m. SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED Good Roads; A Trip over the Dixie Highway; The Mammoth Cave; the Bonus and other things of interest to the returned Soldiers; Political Machines and corrupt practices in elections; Prohibition; the Income Tax; Female Suffrage; Sectionalism; Labor; the High Cost of Living; Cumpulsory Universal Mili tary Training; the League of Nations; the P...

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

BIENV LLE DEMOCRAT E IX ARCAI)IA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1920 NUMBER TWENTY-TWO 'our Salary Needs You need the benefit of an account. The bank needs cooperation for the wel fare of the community and obviously for yourself. Old age needs ready money. Sickness needs the doctor, and the doctor Sn needsthe fee. Earning power needs saving power. A bank-account-rman needs to ask noth Yng from anyone. Remember these and SAVE. The Commercial Bank of Arcadia ARCADIA, : LOUSIANA IEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL ' 'MISS GLOER MATT TOMPKINS - D Anl, Ageat WE write every form of -OM ld, Iurane. b We represent 35 of the oldest lad larget insurance comn panMes of the entire world. We work 5 elfficient people l oori t, writeA :will aet sry after your .re, qide4t, Sikness or YOUS *BENEFICIARY S . O-t oen s s dlrircr Jgtistht ber comrpari ·v**a ms mma . mu _.'wh y ouwaat it and al g 5*th&ny y's. Let us show .;.B ~'cU I~'' .qr ,y A 7' 1 .i { .r r~; NQ~ib f' ýr ý.'\14 1 ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 August 1920

Lincoln Parish Community Auction Sale and Trades Day! Ruso, La SALE STARTS at 10:00 A. M. e, Ruston, ouisiana Sell What You D n't Wa Y Wt! uy whatud, atnt W19ed Get in The lvies Baseball Arthur Guy Emphy will make Motion Pic- SATURDAY, AUGUST 28 Shreveport Gassers u R o -Publicity Committu, tures of the days , verus Ruston R tlC. iC,. THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT Official Journal Bienville Parish and Town of Arcadia, Louisiana PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY $`.00 A YEAR IN BIENVILLE PARISH-$2.25 A YEAR OU1TSIDE THE PARISH AI)VERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION .Entered as Second Class Matter, April I I, 1912 at the postoffice kin Arcadia, La., under the Act of. March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK,...... ............_........... ditor and Propreitor THE GATE KEEPER AND YOU o -r St. Peter will ask all a question Some day, if we meet him at all- ,"You sillaer, what made you forget him The editor who gave you a stall?"' -;ourreedrd looks Clean in some places • But it is shady and shameftl right t 1 "Yot fuo~topr...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 August 1920

lana, t ,A.luetcd the toil ot the totion *p l oted the sat mi tted S tate a S In a IL rized rn, rylvest. ; r, ON. iis. at t tb the Con. in aid of Louisiana 'ne ml jurp of each ation c • the Orleans Skitt y iDpectively, to h - rt d ally a tax for, n. tit In; regulating 'tlthr ortain respects; Set *pecial taxation t..' s; empowering shall I aehool Board to her evidences it' 1 f purchasing otaI or repairing t"' arse; in the ofsicit 46 for the pay- on ril Interest there- Lo"" to for a period ,or : ot the authorized the amendment to ' 'LatI; posed by Act 218 "t" ,P oral Assembly of t a and adopted. 'it l solved by the Gen- "1 he Itate of Louis- ,.oi.r i Ll the members mOnoauljing, That .tiap at to the Con of Louisielana be y proposed and ltt ied electors of the for adoption or AiIt at. Go of the limita- A tru muniipal tax- JAI . stitutional pro to the tax for led for, by the Act 1h 1 of 1918 Houe< ly of the State e jury of each Propc as excepted) is stit directed to levy rely ar 1931 ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 August 1920

CAN'T WE RAISE SOMETHING BESIDES COTTON We note that Lincoln Parish is en deavoruig to induce the farmers to inaugurate diversified means of farm illJ. which methods will no doubt be ai. success if carried out in a prac tic:l way. It has long been the slogan of this .ertiin of the country that "We can not raise anything but cotton," and this, idea has been handed down from generation to generation. Many are the men who will today make the same statement, but when confronted wi h the proof that we can raise many other things, they get out by saying that they do not know how. There are more sources of educaion today than ever before in the history of the world, and agricultural colleges are among he chief sources of education. An experiment station would be an asset to this or any other parish, and it could be maintained at a very small cost. Again the L. S. U., offers any information that you could possibly want regarding modern methods of farming and a diversified crop. Most of this...

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 August 1920

vested inl a lair of I will sell at Of hte Mayor's or's Court of Is held, within' jr judicial sales, lo, on 1, 1920 Ch succeeding completed, on property taxes of. Arcadia , to enforce S8saeased in the lith Interest three i Ot December, '10. per .cent per slta. The iames Spayers, amounts 0l the assessmelnt I. immovable prop to be offered for In and lo in 0 Taxes, in ece and 7 acre Taxes, inteirest abin and 100 ft. Arcadia. Value lterelt and .cosal Residence and 14 dia, Value $700. cost $10.92. iad lot in Werk Aue $125.00. Tax $&00. bin and 2 acre addition., Value Sterest and cost i4da lot in Old .00. Taxes, In and lot, one In.Werkheiser Value $200.00. eolst $5.82. Sand lot in Ar Taxes, inter iacre vacant lot Taxes, in and lot in $100.00.,. Taxes, lot in Section i. Taxes, inter and lot in Value $200oo.oo $5&82. and. lot 1' Value, $230.00 ,xt $0.11. , and lot in Value $510.00 $8.98. '.4 acres in Value $150.00 $5.30. and lot in V:alue $200.00. ,and 29 acres See. 18-18-5. titer...

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 August 1920

CHARTER IRii nvillehCI:ihorne Oil & DIevelopment Company, Inc. I'nliied Sl;ttes f Ar lmeriei, State of I,,Iiii.i lria, lllarish of Blie ville. l1 l': IT K i\WN. 'that on this the '.'1 diy iiof may in the yeir (of our Lord. Ilfe, 'H' 11IhoiIsil Nile IImii(lr'(,d al4I1 'T's~\tv,. uifo're te lhe lih1undersiglned Notary 1luhi1,, duly appointed, c,:u iiissinedil uli qi iu tlitill inll 1Iil for the Paris.h of 'itli'ilh,, l1lth of Louisiana. and ill tle pfI'(' citne of the Witlnesi e heri'ii i a 1i eld a 1i i idelrsigeild iu.i..,riell who ;li ( ral s i l eilrl, fitl Ih e\ ll'r3p r tion s ~.lrill ul rl, ie Al 'ct of the li'law' thiis mtale rehltive tli I',o111 11 1. I 'l,1,, l lilll1 i(ll' 11i h rly A i' :'11Gi ll, I l. Ihliir;ll . iSs l lV of L ioa iiii:l 1f r the ."e:ir 1914, tla'y havie ' ,r nlil a;i, orn:i;;liit e lll n10 by l lese prlls' en S i1:I t'1o i oiill organiize themlselves jilt ,a l Ulipor:itill n :11 l(d holly lpolitic lli hlw, f 'r tie lihe tI a11t ll pllpose her'ei...

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. — 26 August 1920

: ...;ws a " *= - II I II E l lI llll llIII IIl II l 11 ill l I I i II i II *, . . INew Fall Arrivals at McConathy's Ready to-Wear Department I i i | . uWe have just received some ot the latest style dresses in Serge, Tricotine and Satin SChic models in Suits for the young girls who will soon be going a y t away to college. Sizes, 4, 16, 18; prices, $39.50 up. Sweaters Trunks Made in Eton Affects, assorted colors with long We have all sizes and styles in Trunks, Steam sash, $5.50. ers, Wardrobe and regular style Trunks made /\ We have a most wonderful assortment of genuine fiber. Prices, $13.50 to $75.00. ladies' large size skirts in pleated and plain We also have a complete stock of Suit Cases. ý styles, also, over size dresses. You are not too Handbags and Gladstone's some of them are large to get fitted at our Ready-to-wear De Spartment. fitted with Ivey Toilet Sets. e c The Store That ...C..O.a.yS Has The Goods SBySMr~n D.B. Brow Jr. : : : : : : : : Telehone No. 34 Mr. H. M. ...

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. — 26 August 1920

SPECIAL MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD A Arcadia, La., Aug. 20, 1920. The Bietnville Parish School Board met in special session at Bienville, La. on the above date wth the following members llresent': .. W. Snttonl. Ward 1; II. A. Sherman, Ward 2: W. W. Poole. Ward 3: . F. ('only. Ward 4; a 11. N. Ilays, Ward ;5; J. E. Roden, b Ward (S: 1'. \. White, Ward 7, and a nluorUnt. (On motlon it was orderle and adopt- 0 ed lthat it he left to the discretion of each wartd nllember to u111 t.allisfers or' 111 to r111l 'trll 'sfers In ('ase he dcides not to rUnll al W'a~oll the folloiwilig sh:le of per dlle i is herelny adopted: lupils who live 2 1-2 and not more than 3 1-2 miles It reeive 23 'centIs per day, those liv Iing ,tw'nl :: 1-2 and 4 Imiles to re ceive i0O cents per day and all over 4 miles i0 cents per day for atunal at In ase old transfers are reestabtlish- f the average attendall nc('e to hie 10 a d'ay. otherwise the scale to apply. 'hihilren who live within reach of line sl'hoIl are n...

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. — 2 September 1920

BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 NUMBER TWNTY'I'THREE 1 ~ ~ ~ ____ -.--L~_~_._--~ I~ ~~L_71~;-7--.-I= _-T7- our Salary Leeds You need the benefit of an account. The bank needs cooperation for the'wel fare of the community and obviously for yourself. Old age needs ready money. Sickness needs the doctor, and the doctor needsthe fee. Earning power needs saving power. A bank-account-man needs to ask noth ing from anyone. Remember these and SAVE. The Commercial Bank of Arcadia k. ARCADIA, : : LOUSIANA IEL AUDIE BRYAN LAWRENCE DANIEL th GLOER MATT TOMPKINS Leo Daniel, Agent S- WE write every form of w ýºý Old Line Insurance. We di Sepre sse5 of the oldest p sa d W r m tns e ram-" w ples of the entire world. Vo We work 5 elcient people a inur o AUed Let us wrnite wI st be wrty atWttr your * Fre, Aeeles . t Ai ess Vr Y 0o UR BENEFIIAIY e eft yeour death. Leather Goods t - U PVR P1i of 11 threeitems named * l tiot t sae you money if ti . A...

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. — 2 September 1920

School Supplies l' )R ALLE TI IE CI HLIDREN Such as I'mciils, Composition Books, Examination Tab lets, Spclln l 'lets. lPencil and Pin Tablets in both ,, ,t nti l.ii.c cr si.tc, :and they are large enough for the p lri(c of annd Ic. iIL S . 1, I() ('t 1, ' TO US FOR YOUR N '-ll..,F, O)R THEY ARE OF 11 I BST1 QUALITY J. L. icClellan Arcadia :-: : L: Louisiana Racine Horse-Shoe Tires- EV'EN A CHEAP TIRE LOOKS GOOD WHEN IT. IS NE' I'. Few experts can tell how good they really are, but the man who has given them the "acid test" of a year's use "Knows!" THAT'S THE TEST WE SHOULD LIKE TO HtAVE YOU PUT HORSE-SHOE TIRES TO. Ask the driver of a HORSE-SHOE equipped car how good they really are, and then see us. Peoples Hardware Co. Arcadia, Louisiana It's a cinch to figure why ";'1 11 Camels sell!. You should now why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing so ,satisfying. First, quality-- eond,' Camels expert blend of choice Trrkih and choice D mestic tobaccos whkh you'll certainly'prefer to...

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. — 2 September 1920

r irrtue of the inhority vested in , by he ConstitJion and laws of State of Louislana, I will sell at principal ftrot door of hte Mayor's c.~eS, In which the Mayor's Court of said Town of Arcadia, is held, within ie-legal sale hours for Judicial sales, Waasei& na a Melen o'clock, on s , 0BA , O ad, 198 continuing on each succeeding until said sales are completed, on lch all immovable property taxes ~ re now due to the Town of Arcadia '..f:.leaville Parish, Louisiana, to enforce ' ithe collection of taxes assessed in the . ar, 1919, together with interest three. on frotm the 31st day of December, 1919 at the rate of 10 per cent per annum,until paid and costs. The names of said delinquent tax payers, amounts of taxes due by each on the asspusment of said year, and the immovable proj rty assessed to each to be offered for sale as follows, to-wit: Quililan Brownfield--Cabin and to in Arcadia. Value $100.00. Taxes, in terest and cost $7,85. Mrs. Alice Brooks.-Cabin and 100 ft, by 1...

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. — 2 September 1920

Perfed Feet Selz Liberty Bell Shoes for boys and girls develop perfect feet. They save children from the lifelong foot troubles most adults have as a result of incor rect shoes in childhood. , They are orthopedically cor rect. They support and pro tect every part of the pliable growing foot. No weak arches, no crowded toes or twisted bones in Selz Liberty Bell Shoes. They are all leather. They wear surprisingly. For Active Boys and LAvely Giris. Priced $3.50 Up SchCeen Bros Bienville La. Spnolsllzing In SeIs Shoes 4 Nt GIBSLAND ALIVE AND FULL OF INTERESTING NEWS Mrs, M, IL, Tatum has returned from a vist to relatt'eg tR lltsstgttq L a Mr. and Mrs. T. HI. Brown spent Fr) day in ShreIvport. .P relat , ive ., pat Magnolia, Ark 'lting relatives at Magnolia, Ark. 5' About Advertising SOME PEOPLEI think THE HOME TOWN merchants ADVIERTISING IS simply BID FOR their trade SPENDING MONEY, AND THAT'S a good reason '* * . 4 ** ; BUT THE wise man knows FOR ADVERTISING IT'S THE SUREST way to make...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 September 1920

of the 3e Voted low ACTi NO. u. Sbill No. 99-By Mr. Sylvest. JOINT RESOLUTION. an amendment to the Con 1 . of the State of Louisiana rIng the police Jury of each of the State and the Orleans School Board, respectively, to t'hd collect annually a tax for * Pwurposes therein; regulating I districts in certain respects; ting the rate of special taxation r School maintenance; empowering s Orleans Parish School Board to e notes, bonds, or other evidences dý ebt for the purpose of purchasing Sund8, constructing, or repairing ldings for school purposes in the Yof New O~leans, and for the pay t of principal and interest there to levy and dedicate for a period f years portions of the authorized ;and repealing the anmndment to 'th Constitution proposed by Act 218 Of 1918 of the General Assembly of tie Stats of Louisiana and adopted. etion 1. Be it resolved by the Gen l Assembly of the State of Louis two-thirds of all the members *oetes tJ each House concurring, That iO following amendment to ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 September 1920

ING CIRCULAR LETTERS the voters of Bienville and Clai . iborue: & In his campaign Circular letters to v:4he voters of the Third Judicial Dis iitriet, Judge Reylds makes the fol a, lowing statement: "During these four years I have dte  dd i ded tw o tusand, two hundred and, twenty-one cases, and the Supreme Court, I am injformed. has not reversed one of these decisions." Ten of these cases were found ap pealed to the Suplreme Court, and of these few casesl the reported decisions -,' f the Supreme (C'ourt show : se \'s. ('olelman (Manslaughter). Appeal' from Third Judicial DIistrict Court, zt'rishl of Bienville, J. E. Reynolds, ,uldge.-Judgement set aside, " and case rimanded to be proceeded according to iw." 1,40 La. 417. "Franks Vs. DIvis Bros. Lumber Co. • Appeal from Third Judicial District1i Court, Parish , of Bienville, J. E. Reynolds, Judge.-JHud genment a nnulled and reversed with directions." 8 Southern 101. "Succession of Ferguson. Appeal from the Third Judicial 1)...

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