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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 14 July 1921

THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY it has always been our policy to give our customers the best the market affords in Ready-to-Wear. We have built our business on this principal, and those who trade with us have been thoroughly ccil viiced that the BEST is always the CHEAPEST. In the midst of the season when its a problem to ;.et what you want, we have a complete line of the following: A Seasonable Showing of Men's Suits at reduced prices. Ladies' Edwin Clapp Oxfords just received. Ladies' Dresses and Sport Suits. A complete line of Hosiery for Men Women and Children. --In fact, everything in Ready-to-Wear for any member of the family. We merely ask a visit when it is convenient, in order that you may become acquainted with our service. Ready-to-Wear Arcadia,La. M1Conath0 S______ _ _ ------- I mmmAlmml Illll rain~ I I ByMrs.D. E. Brown r. : : : : : : : Telephone No. 34 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Atkins, of loni- Leo 1) er, visited .relatives here this week. Shrev Mr. J . McConathy was a recent aiy...

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. — 14 July 1921

LOUISIANA COTTON Ic ACREAGE._REDUCED in( 000D AISPONSE TO APPEAL FOR 1; CUTTING PRODUCTION NOTED IN STATE CROP REPORT. Ins As YIELD FOR 1921 IS FORECAST " 3kodltlions Considered Good in Spte of of Late Season, and Other Adverse Te Conditlnos-Cotton Area in Culi Ar tivation 1,011,000 Acres. wa New Orleans.--Respondlng to the kil appeal for a reduction in cotton acre- be age, Louisiana planters have decreas ed the state cotton area by more thanu halt a million acres, according to a report Issued by Lionel I,. Janes, ag- Ipl ricuitural statistician of the Bureau fi co Prop Estimates of the I)epartment of of Agriculture. ro Notwithstanding the 1921 crop is from two to four weks late and boll weevils constitute a serious menace of In many localities, the report shows ha the condition of the growing crop inli June 25 was 64 per cent of normal. Ti This is compared with a 57 per cent f conidtion May 25, 77 per cent June 25, 1920, and a 79 per cent average At condition for the ten-year perio...

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. — 14 July 1921

.. 'S FROM MINUTES OF SClOOL 1;O.ARI) MEETING + Arcadia. i.i, .1:;} "1;,1. 19)21. e Bieln'ilhe ' l'r'ih 8.1.h,141 Boardi on the d I'111 a t the ye na u led 1 Ia .' 'i lh f l u 1'ol w - mnember 1 r.''i! .: . V . Stint o l. l'.oh. \\"',I ..: 1.. lBurk r, Ward 1; 1I. N". lN.s. Wadl 5: '1 i ostilh'n, \\ .W ,'l, (;; '. I . W h ite, I d 7 a III 11 )ill,1t'::n:. S irocl:i:Lt ion hrcl'ý'adi a, l, i, .ll; ,  S. 1 "1. Jiu cet ti a i,..i'l i,] l iii 'tint i , t,c ea ille lhlliiýh , ,rd i f * fe r ift No:º t Iii'l fW ePrishl ' ,W lt ih I, ,, 1iuily 191 -nlar lw .I '= ,,t July 5 b ,eo .t FI, \\"':'t1^ !. iii Ito ' o the l , 1a I t , :.. l 1 1 1 (r Hin, iiilh l ill rliatlce ýýilli ,-iil r,.qdlilti,ni at d ollar i wh i tpe ' he ll inl li'S dool let No.. ,  f h ,, l';.risli of llh ii parpo. i.f • r ,,ho i. l inVI No. 1 7 .h 11121 the p urp 'l'%' of sll iii elct i .: 'I i thie r ty aex-h Wll'< elihtlilied lanher clPstit li N "' 1a. of thn Stall, BLeuiiai . lito il, it saiId hlctio n. n1o itg...

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. — 14 July 1921

lncorpor- : of li'h II 11I : r i u;,l,": ur,' iii 1 I fe p .15 i lulh~' pr!' ,-n? (of tihe undo ~rsig,, wifr ! Bla ed tha a alill tli"ms lv sI( I . w1e"'l, ais MI('i oilier pel::n. lý wit may hºei itfter Ilio(e ass'woiaii''i with thin, t rr it; l l ,c ;1li' 'd stat It's~ (41 the M tate of L inlh tia, anal ...... ~ u n a or he e fw t power111,1 fu the II~puri~pos hetiult.,qflý'I stated, ah al uavaiinr th,. sl v . . w l Article I. Thle natal' ain title of this coirpolra ti, shall he4' ;il~sand Masonic ( oni pnly, lInh Irp )rateI, aal1. u\hter Illl h'ait coiI44rpo i u in', it iiavly w1th ahalh I 1'4I' an shall enIijoy' slresslii for a I 11'i~o.,.lloflllel'- sl~ioll vm- l;'7 ()f ih.,i: 1:,1 he eo,III ' m)illh "5 hu llý"' () l )i.t rvi m,v sI4lll4 , l( I1il y-iui, II., f lalltc I' . Article If. Tihe obIjIt t an d tithl' o f il'r, ti,,xl shall h(, Gil i I). 'la, ;11t .,d1 M ~o ie 'ore (,'slll (l'lli(,alllllll)', IIIV Iit-i1114 ,(1 t!rl. - eeive( fl~l sha;ll e~njo sln("tsi, Il 1 :,r 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. — 21 July 1921

The Bienville Democrat ULUIME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1921 NUMtER SIVENTEEN _. . -_- .. . I -. A Certain Refuge In time of financial trouble there is nothing that will yield the protection to be had from a back account. To insure yourself this help when you need it, start an account now with this strong Bank-then whenever you want it, your money is wait ing tor you. We Pay Liberal Interest on Saving Accounts The Comnercill Bank of ARCADIA READ 5c It is with pleasure that we announce this reduction in the price of Bread ,Which is made possible by the prevailing price of flour. We also wish to announce that our Bread can be found at LYONS BROS. COMPANY and at THE NEW MARKET that will be opened by Fuller and Hightower on Satur day, July 2, at the old Sanitary Market & Grocery Co., stand. Areadia Bakery & Care G. H. Goldman, Prop. f C. Holds En usiastic Meeting `meeting of the Chamber of Comr was held last Saturday evening offices of the Bienvi...

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. — 21 July 1921

LUC "IT'S TOASTED" Flavor's ,. rdin bytoasting ('ONS1':I'AI ,AE '...+ R o sa W ils o n a o l k o, ".J a k on N ) 1! . V . f w iirl Justice (h'w t'. \\a tI 1.. l , xvilh, Parisb, Louis:;g:I. By virtue ,, ( i ofI1! I,'it 1 i I'a 'i:1,' 1SRaa d(Hi o t, ºt' Ilh(- f!.,;'v tiamt' t ilon (,ral pe ( lwl' t anild it ior lirec,'ld, I have selzelI andl 'vill ftil'r 1't11' s,.lt t1 the last ant0 igii"n l,il'l,,r l I' c': ,h with the he,iv'ºil oi' :qiiprIliscim't at It iih front door' ,,f JAI'ris m. Wýialiriays', office, Fir'st .u.tis . ie (f the l'tia,'I ,. Ward 1, ]li,nvilh, l'»risiº, I,<li.imm within legal ,,a lI hoom' s on Satulrday, August 20th, 1921 the following desilºrhel lil'rity, to wit: A strip of lan(d forty feet wide off of the west end (of Lots 15. i; atil 17 of Werkheiser Addition 1f the TO'i"wi of Arcadia, BIenville P'arish, lin Lana, together with all the ianprii, iments thereon anld then to'i helonginig. The above d(.('rilid pruiluirly ,iz ed as belonging to thte I)ef,,...

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. — 21 July 1921

/Q O CHAPTER XVII--Continued. -14 "All right" if ycu will persi.'t in 'joking wuirh me it's going to cost you .eomethin-. i,'w far do you want your Strain to runl': "Oh, I don't know ; anywhere the lotion pro)ls ine--s-ay to the west ndll and hack, with as manny stops us I :e gt to make,, and perhaps a run over the iranches." I saw thel hs make a few figures on a pad under his hand. "It wuli'd e(st 1anybodly else, rough ly, something like five hundred dol . tars. On account of your little joke it's going to cost you a cold thou isand." Mr. Van PBritt took out his check nook nnd a fountalin pen and solemn ly made out the check. "Here you are," he said, flipping the T'eheck over to the boss' desk. "Now shell out that receipt, so that I'll have it to show if anybody wants to know how mucllh you've gouged me. Since you're making the accommodation cost .me a dollar a minute, how long have I got to wait?" Mr. Norcross said something that sounded like "d--n," scribbhled a mem orandum of t...

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. — 21 July 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED E% E.!.Y lIIi'I SIAY Advertising Rates on Application '.tered as econ(,ud :Cass Mat'r. \pril 11, 1912 at the pustoli'e at .1 aslits. ia., under the .\,t of Ma:ilt.r I,7h). S. A. (CfOi, MaIaging Editor andl Busins's Manager C. C. TR\V ...... \s.istanlt Editor THE SC(IO()l 'r.1X. .1-+ stati'l (elk(,whe're' in hi.' 1Ip-r :i ill(] y ~ , w ,','t will lie helih at thi .Ar .ac hl . high sc'hool lItnilling nn .lIr ly `2!ithI, tto lisill's thl(e votlingt i of a( l, i dl i*,u' firl thi' t.nistrni'tion of 7l Inuill ing t.' bet dellutl'l tli the il; i ,,ti ýiiii lfepiu rt m enln of th (, sch <oo lu r ,e. E ve ,ry Ient H 're( itii-,t 'it i tt th it ( her . inL r r~,lost(, nll l.nl(, Ilrrc llt ShouI d t it t tfl: the inth') ing, antil hearr the lr,i)ioti'll thrashed out. Stmitl oter the tihohjit thlii at ni a, is nrot the lpropelr tim, lto minl(' in proveieutl i tin lh, high .(hl it Il.erut(s of the tax btur,-thll his l h li, in rug lic )1' by the people. ,it...

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. — 21 July 1921

5-x Wardrobe Trunks Hand Bags and Suitcases We have just received a large shipment of high. grade Wardrobe Trunks, Suitcases a n d Hand Bags, and can make you a very low price on any thing you need in this line. See Our Window Display J. S. McCONATHY Arcadia, Louisiana Mrs. D. .Brown. Jr. : : : : : : : : TelehoneNo.34 B!Mrs. D. g Brown, Jr. : : : : : : : : : Telaphon No. 32 Miss Annie Lesba (loer was a re.'enl I ýI visitor to her parents at Bryceland. ti Mrs. Rain Felts spent last 'rhursday in Shreveport. Atty. Ira Mi4'onathy visited Siroi'e- 'I port on 'Tuesday. Miss C'arrie Harris is spending her ' two wteeks vacittioln in Texarkana. Mrs. 0. II. Lewis, of Monroe, is vis- r iting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Harrell. Misses Amelia Brewer and Mari Alice Pentecost returned last week from a visit to Miss Ora Lee Henni gan in Ruston. a Mr. Clarence Otis Brown arrived at g home on Monday from Bomarton, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Daniel and lit tledaughters, left on Monday to splendi awhile in D...

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. — 21 July 1921

LOUISIANA CROP PROSPEOTS GOOD FARMERS ARE GROWING FOOD AND FEED STUFFS ON A LARGER SCALE. INCREASE IN CORN ACREAGE Area of Feed This Crop Greater By 343 Acres-Many Feed Crops Show Gains-Less Cotton Is Planted. Iki.ina farmers are going In for raising food and feed stuffs on aj larger scale than ever this year and they are holding their expenses down to the minimum to assure a good start for next years growing season. This was the comment of Lionel L. Janes, agricultural statistician of the Bureau of Markets at New Orlans, on a report which his department made covering general crop conditions in the state. The report showed an increase of 043,000 acres in the amount planted in corn in Louisiana, this year; an in crease of 9,000 acres of oats; 11,000 acres of hay; an 8,000-acre increase in sweet potatoes, with the acreage in Irish potatoes and peanuts the same as last year. One hundred acres more have been planted in perique tobacco in the State this year than last. The condition of c...

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. — 21 July 1921

r :o I would rafll.(r he your member the gupretc ('ourt than presi li.L "J mo help lhat Court, now years behindl. (.2h0h lip anl( up with its docket. sic years as District Judge I disposled of 3169 cases. the Claiborne Oil Field Ji1seovered it was thought two wouhl be required in my t. But by the end of each of court my docket has been and every case decided. this oil litigation, involving reds of millions of dollars and Ied jurisprudence, every case dad by me and passed on by the e Court has been affirmed. my record I ask you to vote J. E. Reynolds must register before 3rd in order to vote ary on August 23rd. AX NOTICE A'upayers whose addresses are At and to the Unknown Own Immovable 1'roperty situated Parish: of the authority vested i, Constitution and l aws of of Louisiata, youl are hereby that unless the taxes are p:iId (days after (late of this will seize and offer for salh to law the following deserib , to-wit : '111 & .l(YNI, R.--NE of NE, [7T;iTotal assesmae~t $6451).t0...

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. — 21 July 1921

PALACE CAR OF "RAILLESS"I FR Buffalo Man's Design for a Touring COL Trailer Is Elaborate and Double.Decked. The Independent trailer, or the corn- I pletely self-contained traveling home, Eu truck chasis - Which? aks Piopular r Io( Mechanics Magazine, and ciotii;ues: hi, This question Is agitating the winds gi of hundreds of iwotoris.s wh, have Iu felt the lures of slpring and the open I n(. road leading away Into the mysteries I. e of tomorrow. Elalhornte Nutfits, ,built' Sr directly on the chassis, there are tu, many, but it has remained for a citi- liti zen of Buffalo, N. Y., to eoiign and tf.,a build a touring trailer which is liter- An ally a palace car of the highway:. A wi double-decking airrangemnt l ,'rovales ample space for four full-size single as berths-not bunks-ench with its conw- ,,: fortable specially nmadle tent which, in fastening to the side of the malin body, extends outward several feet, lre forming another large room. A nunl- (ol her of electric -lamps light 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. — 28 July 1921

The Bienville Democrat VOLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921 NUMBER EH'I'EEN Young and vigorous to While our bank is one of the young- c, est in the parish, it posses all the strength of all the oldest and most re- to liable financial institutions. Hav:ng been organized in the year 1913 with a capital of $25,000.00 it has grown steadily and surely and todayt the combined capital and surplus is $80.000.00 U# We extend to our customers every 1 courtesy consistent with good banking If you cannot come to see us, use the mails " Itl III 11 Commercial Bank of ARCADIA k READ 5c It is with pleasure, that we announce this reduction }in the price of Bread Which is made possible by the prevailing price of flour. We also wish to announce that our Bread can be. found at .LYONS Bo., COMPANY Sand at THE NEW MARKET that will be opened by Fuller and Hightower on Satur .day, July 2, at the old Sanitary Market & Grocery Co., stand. ,Arcadia Bakery & Cafe G. H....

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. — 28 July 1921

LUCKY STRIKE Cigarette To seal in the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted CONSTABLE SALE Rosa Wilson and Ike Wilson Vs. Burt T. Jackson, No, ti9!), In the First Justice Court, Ward 1, Bienvillh Parish, Louisiana. By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facial Issued out of the above namedl ion orable Court and to me dlirected, I Ihave seized and will ofrer for sale tr the last and highest bildder for cash with the benefit of apprailsement at the front door of Lorris M. Wimbelrly's office, First Justice of the Peace, Ward 1, Bienville Parish, Louisiana within legal sale hours on Saturday, August 20th, 1921 the following described property, to Fit: A strip of land forty feet wide off of the west end of Lots 15, 16 and 17 of Werkheiser Addition of the Town of Arcadia, Blenville Parish, Louis iana, together with all the improve ments thereon and thereto belonging. The above described property seiz ed as belonging to the Defendant, Butrt T. Jackson, and will he sold t( satisfy said Writ o...

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. — 28 July 1921

--e 'Jif1_ la ' he most seasonabNe the year for, one of ;ch, Mohair, Lorraine ten or Seersucker Suits are priced tar below ice, which makes it omy to buy one of NOW. a complete line of Shoes, Shirts, , etc., that w e are offering at ,e prices possible. Ready-to-Weir for any mem ly, visit our stc re. McConathy ARCADIA. LA. : rA'1Cr~ok 10 us. ii le, a t I le, but r it be And dif- t doesn't ntial I sure, j Sthat i Seffort are a self j fore, 1 The * or any I hiiself, Conquer t gain Thomp ' eaville, qport,' non oell ,of Jos. ar vIsit tAr do. `shere pent With re t to IO, fa hi tI Miss Myrta Daniel accompanied by b her little niece, Myrta Claire Brown, a of Houston, Texas, arrived last week e to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W d !H. Daniel. Mrs. B. Capers left on Wednesday t to visit her sons, Messrs. Le Grande and Kenneth Capers in Bellefonte ant I Holidaysburg, Pa. She will probably e visit Few York and other points of v interest. Miss Carrie Gipson returned last l1 week from a most pl...

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. — 28 July 1921

yea CATTLEMEN WANT rec A nr-FENE L AW of REPRESENTATIVES OF LOUISI-; e ANA LIVE STOCK MEN MEET the AT BATON ROUGE. tea the car PLAN TO ERADICATE TICK By Abolishing Fences Infected Cattle loo Could Not Run at Large-To Urge Enactment of Law By tiv Legislature. n in Baton Rouge.-- Itepre..~entative live ha stock mien from all parts of tile state met here to discuss plans by which cattle tick eradication can be syste- Ing matically carried out and a no-fence Sc law was favored as a necessity to suc- lht ceps. Un John Cochran of Natchitoches par- nm ish presided. I)r. \W. R. Dodson, chair- joi man of the Louisiana Tick `Eradica- ed tion League, spoke of the good work the that had been done by that league, in the way of educating the people of the beneflts derived from tick-free terri- inl tory. James K. (rrdner of Calcasieu L. outlined the difficulties encountered Sb in dealing with the herds of cattle in sa storm-swept areas, especially such as fa those in some parts of. Calcasieu since...

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. — 28 July 1921

/~ KIX,-Continued. a .. of ts are we, .Jim- gi w my mouth the ct e crooked valley were shot through b; mering glow of hi and a second later h, into view on the hi Ahere was a short, j] the brakes gripped di r train, with fire E brake-shoe, came p short car-length on g, itch, and a man r engine step to go o rear. And it was fi the engineer nor n yrunning back saw f, on the leg of the old d n first one to under- ti ut of warning, he o toward the stopped h e engineer for God's f and go on. Back in the curve of approach a wurmur was jarring h the special's fire- t .:man we had seen a fnnning back, and s 't know that we b was apparently switch behind his i at the following on the "Y." a was off of our t ass the angle of way behind Kir- 4 t his plan was t ing of the spe- r catastrophe we I i to prevent was f there and then. 4 waiting at the 1 e was bound to left the points thq wild engine E reafr end of the i, be did the oth- i rand coach stand d get it. ' ot that car!" I ,but even as he ...

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. — 28 July 1921

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT' SI lPUBLISIED FVERPi THl RSPlY Advertiing Rates on Application 'rderod as Secondl 'lass Matttr, April 11 IL 1912 at the postoflice at Arcadia, e La., under the Act of March 't, 1879. c, S, A. COOIi, Managing Editor and IBusiness Manager C. c'. T';:.VIS ............. Assi.tant Editor -1 bItIAT TIIE RAIN L'NCOVERtEI). te 'lhi' n',w tnf,MIol highway leading fr, :r. tl.(' '4ollt west l nwdalry of Ward e thr, !..hi It ii'gold ,Inl Jnamestownl m t £to(k I.luke ha. lN',n' the source of cu ill', h pri,' to th!i (itiizcns of that ,,:r I. .:l(f('i}ill 'y tlh sc havillng (cclsiOtl  I 4 i, !.(' that p)i tio}t which leadsl from .:ant m wi to ltin( . jgglld, even though 17 Ih ( c',st of building this road has been tX C S k(' , ., "I(S 'Fb(, roldi had every appearance of 11 I1, sustuntaal and built according $1 I , spo.iflations. No one believed but that the fills were slidl earth, and. of ;hIoiwht ihat the high embankment ex- T tending acr,.: Four Mile Bayou hot- to tows...

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. — 28 July 1921

.STATE TAX SALE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY 8w (('1ntiLih1'i from I,*lge 4;) WAigl) (7) 4EVEN e # . W. 'I' )IS. NE of SE, Sec. 6,NW' .t of 'I. :;iini 1, Sec. 5-14-6. Total at (,S.'III¢III lto t1.00(). 'iaxes, inlt('res and ,~t ............................. JON11)Nltl '(i~ll- SE oif NW. cSe ot 20 -15 -1; . ' 1 :t t sg S etss l it $ 55 0 0 .0 0 . t er mt id: ,'1" t tutid cost ..............$17.41). SA I . M. i,IMEIt & STAVE ('O.-- 8i( All talt jialt Of SW of NW,, See. 27- '1'a! 146, . 1, I.. & N. W. I It. & N of mill Creek "(liniug S acres, 3,:44,000 ft 1(1 of pine i ni t'r, 2(226 hardwood, 8-5 }, gulm, il, ,;Ot'o, feed, warehouse 1 sw lmitlI, Imil-Iiugs, dry kiln. plaing Sec mill ,Id macliery it}and mferclhandise. Th: 6(K.01 ft. oIn yard. Total assessment $t16,) II0, 'i'axes, interest and cost Sec .... .. ...................$4,444.60. Il, ,A3 E ,I'.IIING.--NW of NW, that pat of oW of NW, Sec. 13. That part 24, of NE of NE. lyio~g E. of Alexandria SeX and SpaIr:[ otad, See. 14...

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. — 28 July 1921

.( I 1. 1"k ii· I would rat}he r he ),;ur a1a,,*:·,,,' of tit'e Stilpreuie Court. Ihasl 11r'.:! dent, Let in; help til~t C.ttr't, :-...,c three years behidli , c'atch t:;' ;rt'1. kº p up with itss do,'k .it. In six years as I .trict JI.·I- , l1 have disposed of 31;19 ,:iw-.i. W hen the Claif,,r,e (i! 0: 1 ;,,1I was discovered it s:,- t l-,,,,ht Ix', judges wouhl he rc±Pluir,.,l ill ;,.y district. But by tl,,, guIIll oL. eall":i term of cour't iy doo:ket b ]::, e .¢; cleared and every caIste t d,,ilckd. In this oil litig a tio ' \il hundreds of millinis of doll gll f· t in' helpd tisnit (nmtI'y, nop unsettled jurltllltnt, v('5ih r :;<' decided by iun, ,l n; i 3t," ,qd º ,i by the Supre ti ('o't hats d v,,t ,lir. rl. On my record I ask you to vote, I for me. J. E, Reynolds CHARTER ' l the l Masonic Company, In Iorpor was discovered it 'S iii' owitness Il ated State of couisiana, Parish of Bien Ville. BnL IT KNOWN, that on this theI 1lth dayr of Julyons, A. o., 1921, before ie...

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