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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

Th.e Bienville Democrat -UME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-SIX to provide for .Y the Future Do Yo,, The Beaver is noted for his industry and thrift. He works lrd and puts away for the future. There are many wh4can take a lesson from this humble souree. SFirst, stop for a minute and take stock of yourself... If you are qending all you make, QUIT IT and regularly deposit mane money if you are putting some away for the future, keep it up and add gore if you can spare it. We offer you Safety and Service. Come in. .WE WILL WELCOME YOU. eCOMMERCIAL BANK of Arcadia cadia Ice & Fuel Co.,Inc. Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail \ DEALERS IN - j oe and Ice Cream I NE188- . ARCADIA, LA am na r 1M ellGAS FATAL TO CARL fs1 HILE AT WORK oN DBILING BIG ards, a .young white man, red by the Orleans Drill- fA te, was instantly killed ti moon while workipg on ce No. 2, about six miles N dia. He was engaged in he of work on the derrick, I bending ov...

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. — 22 September 1921

THE BICNVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVEPY THURSDAY Advertising Rates on Application ntered as Second Class Matter, April I, 1912 at the postofflice at Arcadia, A., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAIS............ Assi3tatnt Editor NOTI('E-\. is ,.ut.oi t ry llY wilh a t',,,,,pWlii' 14i II,- fllowig, clOt rge will het imil' fo. r lilitt;ries, ('arls off, "'I h t lk . r l i'ott f Illtewet. ('liur(li Nocict fotl' e i rt tliilltl.o of nly nl l;,v, l\Vhei : lul isio i S (is c arged, et(c. 1;,,' Axl tlh, n ii 100 words 7t' per line Fix word in 100 words or mIore, ," jr word. Mininum lcharge 50c. Rates ('ash. Just it little street talk lhat is different "** from the ordinary gossip or the every day scandal that we get by lingering on Arcadia's busy corner. If taken In proper proportions it greatly re howling" ~111( is epcAlly l'ieves aly t ,,e of "('.family " * * Hlowling" and is especially reeofmended as a first aid Treatment. Wh...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

%L - Hapsbu.ijlebe p Ibollusbt i ,ons - Copyright by Doubledo uy.Poe o. and p BABE COMES BACK. There as ha jg.-Young Carlyle Wilbur- ir le, or "l[ill Dale," son of Was I thY coal operator, John K. bedtii arrives at the Halfway suppll in eastern Tennessee, ing a life of idle ease-and Ant tily a bride, Patricia Clay- word( at the altar-determined to min( blis own way in life. He ~ "Babe" Littleford, typical ear girl. "By" Heck, a US hi tar of the hills, takes him to folks, Moreland's home. Moreland o' , 1 of his "clan," which has More feud with the Littlefords Dale of the killing of his bavid Moreland, years John owner of rich coal deposits, Yp man named Carlyle. Dale Th the man was his father. makes his home with the like d. Talking with Babe, piled ordered by' "Black Adam" into to leave "his girl" alone. Wroll whits the bully. HFe arranges John Moreland to develop the fort[ deposits. Ben Littleford sends had *lenge to John Moreland to .im with his followers in bat IMoreland ragrq...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

DAVE HOFFMAN RETURNS FROM BUYING TRIP Dave H,ffman returned Saturday from St. Lould, where he has speint the last ten days among the wholesale I dry goods houses purchasing his fall stock. He reports that prices art high and still advancing on all stapl 1 goods as well as the better grades, andl it that it is almost itipoessiible to till l complete stockk. Mlrclhants front al' parts of the country were in the city almost 'gginig for nerhan'ise l states. From this it seems thitt the outlook is for higher prices still. _-- -o------ INTERESTING NEWS LETTER FROM BIENVILLE VICINITY G. R. ('ummindgs. of IHaynesville, was a business visitor here this week. Mr. M. Tompkins, of Arcadia, was a Sunday visitor here. Miss Maxine Brooks, of Quitman' was the guest of Miss Maude Poole last week. Mrs. Lee McAlpin, of Leesville, vis ited in the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. F. Scheen, last week. Mrs. Roy Lea and little son, Thomas William, left last week to visit rela tives in Kentwood. Mrs. W...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

NOW HAS ELECTRIC I mission OTHER NEWS NOTES ,of the vi R Bamkin, of Sibley, spent Sun, y with home folks. A of T. C. Madden spent several ment, with relatives in ShrevelIort. Byii 1i00 Myra Glhlion, a former memberi tra Sess ar hligh school faculty, was a via- received here last week. 8th day o'clcok Cargill left last week for gas and g ouge w~he he will be a stud- foflowin tt touL.g Bienvill. s Dale and Leola Cargill of la synesvilie high school faculty Bistinea at homf for the we*-end. lana, all ~ard~ Waker issRange] de n Wvalker and sister, Miss a s, e Walker, of Sibley, were visi- ithe, here Sunday. the am ($500.04 A.A. Moses and baby, Eliza- and sal of Shreveport, are guests of re- be forte does ni L. C. Williams and children. hae "and Lewis Thomas, of Lookout The na, Tenn., were guests in the Is resei ord home several days this week. (Sigi Colon and Roy Berry left Mon- . 'lfor Atlanta, Ga., where they will ptdents at the Georgia Tech. J. H. Broadwell visited het a ll ter, Mrs....

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

PRI MEASURES GETATTENIION PICHT OPENED IN JOINT JU DICIARY COMMITTEE-DIFFER ENT BILLS CONSI(ERED. ONE COPIES VCLSTEAD ACTI Another Wculd Instruct Louisiana Congressicnul Delegation To Work Fur ,,od1i'icatian of Federal Laws ao They Exist, Baton l'ogc. 'l'The light of t Il, pro bib~tioi .ts 'u ro1' a .tSllot law whi,'i isill fu~rthe:r tlt, vnt'orct' m nrt of 11h0 national dry law and (of t ho.-' who i want hhe l~ouisiana I,,gs;i~latur' to 11 olemorialize C1ogi',s to notdity the u Volstead Act to permlt tlh sahe of 0 light wines and ber 1 (,t11 before ci the joint judicliary (,01(1 m tl ' of the Senate at the fi rst zoet tlog of the! conitnittee. The dry eoo'rcewne t bill to be dis (.u!ssed WaS otoil wetdltd by Soatolthr 1.. L. Hood of Monhzroe. anl has the sup- !:. part of the prohibition leadeers. Resolutions by Sen:ator J. T. Powell and Senator William I'. I)urr of New Orleans urging the Louisiana delega- tt lion In Congress to work for a modliii- of cation of the \olstinad Ac...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 22 September 1921

Can Depend on oe BullttlIk This t from LINING ANDTRIM- BACK SEAM-Upper i - MIeNGS--The lining is pattern is especially de edorc ( speci~ ex~tra ~ sot signed to fit snug in the wdeted for com- weve--mde to with, back part of heel and S nd dr- d the ononthe foot, at the same time ohel m the of allowing ample room :,Not plated. __ in the lacing. of Sole endI ARCH Construction- SOLE HEEL-The stitching The arch ispeciallJ sole is cut from the d the strongest designed to c.ain flfd- finest quality lourt tquatity bilityandana eeaasyfi t ned overweight oak cotton. Up- along thearcho the oo -sbected for flex thread is -features foundonlyon ibility and wear. Hel, wear. the highest pricedshoe. fi rubber. [Shoes for Men .::-, S. McLONATHY,* Arcadia 3, Brown.. : : : et lka e No. M, arrived home last Fri. Eastern markets. Si ac arigsby was in Arcadhe y on Sunday. Ozley left on last Thurs. r school in Gilliam. F]erguson left last Thurs. i In the Shreveport school. ir 4 1500 gal. Hardman Cy, tank....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

The Bienville Democrat UME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN It is nice to have a friend you can always rely on in sickness or "Lole; one who is always ready to give the assistance you need. This friend you can have-it Js "ready money" which you can gg when you want and NEED it. The way to have this welcome friend is to open an account in ml Bank and REGULARLY add to your balance. It will grow and t asure friend in time of need. Come in. WE WILL WELCOME YOU. Ihe CONNERCIAL BANK of Arcadia ManfWacturers, holesale and Retail . DEALERS IN " Ice and Ice Cream ONE -1 ARCADIA, LA / ýýýý1ý ýI~ fflý1* i f l I E DAY CELEBRATION TO BL OIEAiTEST IN HISTORY OF ARCADIA lggest and the Best Armistice * . That's the slogan for Nor- " 11th, and we want everybody * us on this proposition. * ethlusiasthe meeting of the * Post of the American * held on Wednesday night * that meeting plans were out- * the various committees * ted to put into execution ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

The Clan Call By Hapsburg Liebe Copyright by Donhbleday, Page & Co. ..-b r-lillyI "HE KILLED ADAM." titt S),opsis.--t.n ('arlyle Wilbur- i11.:;, ton Iale. ,r "lI,1 Dale," =uon of I whit a wealthy ''' l l ,Itrator, John K. 'ut Dale, arrives at the lHalfway th Switch, it n thstern tT nnei see, f -o g a Iif' of idle ciase-a; nd incidentally a brile. Patiricia C - hr rcing, at thel altar--determined to Soil! make is owne way in life. lie (lend. ,meets "libe" Littleforld, typical mAountatl'er girl. "Hy" fHeck, a ,haract'er of tie hills, takes him to Atdin John Mhlorl:nil's home. Moreland with is chlef of his "clan," which has tittle in 0old ftid with the Llttlefords. He tells Itale of ith-, killing of his the brother, LDavill Moreland, years uni'( ago, owner if rich coal deposits, ill h by a manl namtned Carlyle. Dale Seen believes the man was his father. Dale makes his home with the him. Morelands. Talking with Babe. lIheli Dale is ordlred by "Black Adan" 1111"] Ball to leave "his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

U. S. MARINES TO HOLD PEACE-TIME MANEI'VER Washington. Sept. 27.-Over the same terraiin where Grant and Lee fought the battlhs of the( Wilrrl(.nes. the 1'. ,,,. Mlarize ',o p, wiil this no(lnth hold the hlir',: pela(e-tite tlint lalievse' in it. hitor'y. A (ollitli of itifahitrv. ariilhlerv. , giniee,r, signal errl ,iP:- ;(III! ethe~r aii 'ili alry troopl. will leive ('º;tuilio, \'4)., onl Septenfidar -t, M )rii aviatir.< t ill a(' rompinfy themi. 'l'he nilnii " war rill ,o.elr the, hi, loric llq'i ; ton:/ ;il'Jl~l] l. (0'lr,i(.kIpui"-,. ('haneeill',irsv.il liv i m WVlliiderness. ' ad d nii ( ·: to { l ;," I;,, ,i "ui ii "ll , I' l iii:, . tory of ile'-e faln i- il ,('vi War lltiltlh til'k l ri valrt n,!1 l l ivn, ( , i(':r ill i.i i (i;l lll Ito lha l'i ' Il i i, it. ' i ef i l 'vari. ail] spe"lltr l tell'il'! w ill In naiilte 'I rliii r !('ar tl t hint iior ' .lW illl l. iT f l~th i:liri(,ll, lin(,lt(lli0,ll oft" rlo q I .lls tha ti h iwi I liow "whiil i tl (Ifi ll "u '...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

9GOLD ITEMS. ,rldn Pads;.tt awl baby, of ere guests 't Mrs. II. E. Page days last week. E. Toinul h:', hadti a.s her r mother. Mr3t Walker, of !Manning I)urhwm awd Myr. left Monday for Piineville to Anll a 'll e ~hge. IY MIins sler,t* !hr week -end tee In Minden. -:c b9I[tI0, Of Trye.eland, ugh here uniztuy enroute her school at Cvnter. gE, Page hail as her, guests brotheri E'vood Thomas, de, of lh'flin. G To'hm,'. hl:. hail as her Mother, Mrs. G. W\. Lawhon, Miss Ella Lawhon, of fiver Association, which st hail Stummitt Sept. 23-25, *-attended by members of hurch Friday and Saturday. y afterulocll. Sept 21st, ya Club met with Miss ,ie Cook for elec(tion of of to plan work for the en Old officers reelected Mary Mirns, president: Lee Thomas. secretary: ij, C. Graves, treasurer. The `Officers were' Miss Annie * for vice-president. The committees were appointed : committee, Misses Fannie Shehee and Jo Thomas; commlttee; Mesdames E. B. W. B. Allums. E. B. Gil G. Graves and Annie Lauri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

HOUSE LIFTS BAN ON 11B LIMIT SMITH RESOLUTION ADOPTED AT BEGINNIN; OF SESSION IS RO'EALED. ALL RESTRI ilONS REMOVED Constitutional Prov;iion Which Limits Time For Introduc.ion of New Measures Will Soon Take Effect. Paton Rouge.-- 'The- Siutth r-olrht lion liniiting legislation ,U en hiblnt acts and elllergenilcy tll'il':- \vWS thrown into the uuk healp by the House, when that body ado;lted a res olution by \ir. ('laiorne o l'Pointe Coupee to repeal it anl (I,"'a:tre ii inl operative. This has ite effiet of 'le moving all rt,3ri(i),iu ns uIpo.n l'gisit - tion and a bill can he inlti!uc,::l on any subject until the thirtiethii day of the session, when the "lid" auoaii t' ally goes down on l!i, ilnl:trodllr till of all bills. The col1:4tituti:O pt',vidi s that bills can only h, inlrblnedtl dolr ing the first thirty dla's of tithe ses.ion . After that date it will be neti s:, yt. to get Ihe col-,-nt of a nm:ajority of the Hlouse to Introduce a hill. The House td'claIred thse Sminh ro...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 29 September 1921

SPECIALS ---at McCONATHY'S In ket ping with our policy to give the trade better values, better sti!cs and the best service we have stocked our store with merchandise that would be a credit to any Ready-to-Wear House. UP-TO.DATE MERCHANDISE REASONABLY PRICED Edwin Clapp Shoes and Oxfords Ladies and Gentlemen seeking the best in Shoes cannot make a mistake in selecting Edwin Clapps. Your special size; your special last and the particular style that you want will be found here. You will get satisfactory ser k vice out of Edwin Clapp Shoes or Oxfords. Men's Clothing and Hats Just now we have a complete line of Men's Clothing in slims, stouts and regulars and there is no doubt that we I can fit you. They're priced right. Beautiful line of Fall Hats and other seasonable Ready • to-Wear always on display at McCONATHY'S ARCADIA Mri.D, DE. Brow, Jr. : : : : : : Teleone No. 34 Mr. an.d Mrs. S. A. Cook visite4 breveport Monday night. Mrs. Wade, who has been with her ughter, Mrs. Jack Davis, an...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

n The Bienville Democrat VOLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1921 NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT I·L-r=;"==;"~=-- I------- - ...e ....o ~vre one OUR " I BANK If you have a bank account, push ahead by adding to your balance REGULARLY. If you havn't a bank ac. count, come in and START one and don't stop but keep going right along making regular deposits. -- Do this and after you have traveled this road for a while, you will know you are on the right track and you will be happy and well off. Come in WE WILL WELCOME YOU. The COMMERCIAL BANK of Arcadia Arcadia Ice & FuelCo.,nc. Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN :Ice and Ice Cream ONEl 188 - ARCADIA, LA , --w' iýwý wwuww w m, vwwaww.www wwww _ " BOY SCOTS Pi TO B REORGANIZED several months of inactivity on of the local troop of Boy tb a movement is well on foot to in .; secure new recruits and put ti ) back into the ranks of active se A meeting fras held last Pri- ei t which was attended by a sc of the...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

oneleven cigarettes 'The Thre!nserparab1es One far midness,VIRGIN1A One rot mellowness. BURLEY One for aromaTURKISH The finest tobaccos perfectly aged and bler.ded. 2Ofor155 *Il FIFTH AVE. 1Ntw YOAN GIU TO PREVENT WASTE IN LOQBIIINI Urania Experiments May Revolution. ize Methods. Urania, La.-In an effort to disoover whether waste 'wood left in the tops and limbs of felled trees can be used for fuel on logging operations at a reasonable cost, and, If not how such tops can be disposed of to prevent seri ous fires, Henry E. Hardtner, presi. dent of the Urania Lumber Company, announces that he has undertaken a aeries of experiments on his company's lands. In this work he has the oop. oration of Commissioner 'M. L. Alex ander of the State Department of Con' servation, and Director R. D. Forbes of the Southern Forest Experiment Sta tLion, United Statea Forest Bervipo, New Orleans. 'We ind It inoreaoingly ditfloult to get good wood for our skidder, loader, and dummy engines," said 'Mr. Har...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

By Hapsburb The ClanCall SC o p y ri g htf b yD o ub l td sy , P a g e & C o . ... ....... . . Protested t JAILED. "Now you axed ye!" lps.--Young Carlyle Wilbur- Said Snr Dale,, or "ill Dale," son of "Grandp: wealthy coal operator. John K. take his o e, arrives at the Hallway tae his o Sin eastern Tennessee, front po'cl Bonlng a life of Idle ease-and life. Jim nally a bride, Patricia Clay- grandpa's g, at the altar-determined to Littleford. Shis own way in life. He llord "Bato be" Littleford, typical old speckh taineer girl. "iy" Heck, a good eyl ter of the hills, takes him to through h Morcland's home. Moreland land's pap ohlef of his "clan," which has old feud with the Littlefords. big, pore tells Dale of the killing of his foot gone or, David Moreland, years off in a tr owner of rich coal deposits, be the he *a man named Carlyle. Dale e the he  as the man was his father. the world ;re makes his home with the who'd sa relands. 'alking with Babe, place o' :al is ordered by "B...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

TE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAr II LASHED £EVERIi THURSI)AY Advertising Rates on Application entered as Second (Class Matter, April 11. 1912 at the post:,iee at Areadla Ia., wider the Act of M:lreh i. 17!t) S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and BuLsiness Manager C. C. TRAVIS..............Assi3tant Editor NOTICE--As is customalry with all newspaper( the following eharges will he made for )lituari5. ('ardis of Thanks, IResolltiols of Hespltedt. ('hurit' Notices for entlertainullts of any na ture where adnmilisiol is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 10)0 w1ond) 7, Ip(er line sli words to line: 100 words or more. Ic per word. Minimum h(harge 50e Bates Cash, "The inner side of ever'y (lud Is hright 11ni1 shlining And oli I turtll limy tll tlou iltt And always ,s,'ar thlir l iiisitde t It To show the ;illilnr. R-ltal)('o'k. ---- Nof We wonder if the 'Worhl Srih" ofI the Disarmamlllt ('onferenci' will rle sult In the "Ylirks" Iheing disfachlised. Some people seem to tlhink Ithat th' wrangle betweell uiey P...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

BIG REDUCTION ON FALL CLOTHES ,%tWe are heavily overstoked on / ' Men's and Young Men's Winter S_ ý.Clothing and for this reason we are forced to reduce the price right at the beginning of the Season. I. II One Special Lot of Seasonable Suits +: will be sold at . 4Half Price These were carried over from last season, but they are conservative models and 'not out of style this season, and are well worth a great deal more than we All New Suits Reduced No Reservations have been made in this sale. A big reduction has been made on all Kuppenheimer and Bloch Suits in the house, and if you know values you will appreciate the prices that we are making on all Men's and Young Men's Suits. At the Price We are Making They are Going Fast, Better Come in Today J. McConathy ARCADIA, LA. ý;ýr. D. 1ý. Br ow e" :r Tisethons Na. 8_ Bain Felts went to Shreveport , SBill Gribsby spent Sunday in rt. W. L. Atkins visited Shrevve s-t week. I 3,Percy Brown attended court in i Wednesday. I Malcom Currie made ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 6 October 1921

A splendid wearing shoe of correct design in the pop ular rnahogany shade. A shoe -you'- be l oud to own- ata prics yo'l1 glad. S . McLONAT Y, Arcadia IrO PUBLICATkON. nolds inter4 dtbe Interior, U .L d nJA Eaton Rouge, La. Aug. 15, ment cost hereby given that Thomas W. SfSimsboro, La., R. F. D.. ; 1 on February 25th, 1920. tere d additional, No. 0041*in dl cf NW 4, Section 28, Town 00. Range 5 West, Loulsland M. a's filed notice of intenton, acre utation Proof, to eetab 0 o- the land above described, t of Court, at Arcadia, La, frtz day of September, 1920. be naumereas witnee: 00 ,tof Simaboro, La., B. F NW. Pylee, of Slmsboro, La., R tal eat 1. C00. .H D. GIANmo LO NI, P; Beglster.. lute alot r , AL. . - _ ýlc Se ý. . ý11s tot Third Jidicial District as of Lioui na, Parish of $ll dulo by vimt e . a Wrlt '4 sea from the abos ** Uu, Saw lto as dIe t.t  ised and will offer for e and highest bidder for iet t benefit of appraisement det front" door ptbe go at Ara dis Bieuvala .l , 1 a...

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