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State Tax Sale of
Tb State of Louisiana vs. Dolinquent
Tax Debtors, Parish of Blenville,
By virtue of the authority vested in
lie, by the constitution and laws of the
State of Louisiana, I will sell at the
principal front door of the courthouse
in which the civil district court of saidl
parish is held within the legal hour
of the Judicial sale beginning at 11
8AT., MAY 31st, 1919
seS ~cntinuing on each succeeding day
tlatil said sales are completted, all Iha.
Movable property on which taxes are
row duo to the State of Louisiana, anti
Farish of l)lenille to enforce collec
tkr of taxes ansscssed in the year 1910,
togeher with intcrest thereon from
tbh AMat day of Deceumber, 1918, at the
rate of ten per cent per annum until
paid, and all cost. The names of said
delinquent taxpayers, the amount of
taxes due by each on the assessment of
said year and the Immovable property
assessed to each to be offered for sale
as follows, to-wit:
3. B. Driskilll. SE 14 of SE 14. Sec.
14, Tp. 16, N. R. 6, W. Total assess
ment $470. Taxes, interest and cost
Mattie Henderson, cabin and lot in
Old Arcadla, Total assessment $100.
Taxes, interest and cost.............. $5.45
Louis Richardson, beginning at a point
70 yds on the range line from S
corner of SW 1.4 of SW 14, Sec.
12, Tp. 18, It. 6, and running north
188 yards, west 70 yards, south 188
yards, east 70 yards to point of be.
ginning, Total assessment $135. Tax
es, interest and cost........... .$8.21
Stuart Washington, cabin and 2 acre
lot in Old Arcadia. Total assessment
$300. Taxes, interest and cost $10.55
Mrs. B. M. Hammeott, resid(lence and 5
acre lot near Gibsland. Total assess
ment $100. Taxes, cost and penal
ties ...................... . . . . . . .......$6.12
J. F. Pennington, I vacant lot begin
nlng 80 ft. north of SW corner of
SW 14 of NW 14, Sec. 22, Tp. 17,
B. 6, in Bryceland. Total assessment
$30. Taxes, penalties and cost $4.45
Floyd Simmons, cabin and block 74 In
libsland. Total assessment $150.
Taxes, penalties and cost............$8.32
Dewey Wilson, house and E 1-2 of block
91, Gibsland. Total assessment $250.
Taxes, penalties and cost ........$10.82
C. L. Wrenn, NE 1.4 of NE 14, Sec.
19, Tp. 18, R. 7. Total assessment
$325. Taxes, penalties and cost
1. B. Wrenn estate, NE 14 of SW 14,
Sec. 17, Tp. 18, R. 0., residence and
1-2 B N-M in Gilbsland. Total assess
ment $1085. Taxes, penalties and
Mrs. Core B. Allison, 10 acres In SW
corner, SW 14 of SE 14, Sec. 16.
Tp. 17, R. 7. Total assessment $100.
Taxes, interest mtd cost .....$.....6.75
f. W, Beach, N half of N'W 14, Sec.
34, SW 1-4 of SW 14. 3 acres in
SW corner, NW" 1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec.
27, 5 half of NE 1-4 of NE 14, N
half of BE 14 of NE 1-4, Sec. 27,
Tp. 16, R. 6. Total assessment
$2870. Taxes, interest and cost
... ... ...;...3, ................ . . ......... 33
W. 1. Burkhalter, 2 vacant lots known
as Crosby Place in Blenvlle. Total
assessment $100. Taxes, interest and
COest ...... ........... ................ $6.25
Farmers t~nion Warehouse Co., sheet
Iron warehouse and lot In Bienvllle.
Total assessment $1000. Taxes, in
terest and cost .................$18.30
Levi Benson Estate, NE 1-I, lot 3
Pierea Addition In Bienvlie. Total
assessment $4,0. Taxes, interest and
ost ................... ........... .$1··········0.21
J, II, Ham, residene and lot in Ring.
gold, Total assessment $000. Tax
ev, interest and oat ........$......1....... 36.8
Isaac Hand, lots 0 and 7, See, 28, Tp.
15, B. 10. Total assessment $250
Tans, interest and cost ............$88:
Timan Jolley, 8W 14 of NE 14, Sec
13, .Tp. 1, R. 10. Total assessment
$800, Taxes, interest and oat 59.65
8. , WMathews, N' 1-2 of N1.2, Se,. 1,
N 1-2 of NB 14, SE 14 of NE 14,
See, 2, Tp. 15, R 9, and S 1-2 of SE
14, and NE 1.4 of SE 1.4, S 1.2 of
SW .14, Sec. 86, SE 14 of SE 14,
e,3 5,T T. 16, R. 9. 814 of NE
1.4, Sc. 23, Tp. 15, I. 8. NW 1.4
of NE 1.4, Sec. 5, T. 14, R. 7. SE 1-4
of SW 1-4, Sec. 32, Tp. 15, IR. 7. Tot
al assessment $4555. Taxes, Inter.
eat and cost .............................$91.37
L. O. Moore, lot 3, Sec. 32, Tp. 15, 1,
10. Total assessment $1120. Taxes,
iuterest and cost . ...... ,.... ...$22.86
A. ,. Leonard, N"W 1-4 of SE 14, Sec.
1, Tp. 14, It. 8 Total assessment
$165.' Taxes, interest and cost $12.92
3, 1. Warren Estite, 8 1.2 of 8W 1.4,
See. 7, Tp. 14, It. 7. Total assess
meat $40, Taxe interest and cost
....... - . ........... .........,ll o
1', Y,&6awn W 1.4 of NE 14, Sec.
28, lTp 4I'4 Total assesnet
$186. Iaxte interest and cost $7.o0
Mrs. Matryp. Brown, Sw 1-4 of SE
1i.4 See 19, Tp. 18, I. 4. Total
asseesent $200. Tpres, interest
and cost ......... .$8.
HEnarletta Blls, NE 1-4 of SW 14, 8E
of Sw 14, See, 2& Tp, 14, R. 5.
Total assessment $545, Taxes, in. A
tereut and cost........................ $14.23
W, Ii Jacobs NE 1-4 of NW 14, Src.
2, Tp. 16, R. 4. Total assessment U
$340. Taxes, interest and cost $10.30.
lattLe Mo6s, 80 acres lu NE 14 of
S 1'14. Sec 6, Tp. 15, I. 4. Total
:ahgeameut $150. Tames, interest and U
eolta UIIUU .................................6.09
M )Oorq NW 1-4 of NE 1-4, Sec. 18,
Ti.. 1~ Lk 4. Total assessment 380.
XaTta Interest and cost ......41...0.70
a tio. eanibd, W 1.2 of SW 1.4, w
4 .; 4,' SW 14, pee. 82, Tp. 16,
24.i Total asaew ment $840. Tax.
as.,( Wt Ua id t... s........ 1t7.88
*.: .. ,1 ,esw..,PU NO
ent E. II. Tems, N 1.2 of SE 14, NE 1-4
of SW t-4, Soc. 13, Tp. 15, R. 6.
in Total assessment $1905. Taxes, in
the terest and cost ............................$4 0.30
the G. A. Woodst estate, NW 14 of NW 1-4,
See. 17, SE 1-4 of SE 1-4, Sec. 7,
Il SW 1-1 of SW 14, Sec. 8, Tp. 14,
11 . 4. Total assessment $600. Tax
es, interest and cost................$15.36
ay Joel Cook, S 1-2 of SE 1-4, Sec. 28, Tp
mu- 14, It. 7. Total assessment $320.
re Taxes, Interest and cost........... $12.93
C. L. Meyers, SW 14 of NW 14, Se.
10 10, Tp. 14. R. 7. Total assessment
$210. Taxes, interest and cost $6.84
d J. W. Ayers, W 1-2 of SE 1-4, Sec.
o, 29, Tp. 14, It. 7. Total assessment
of $480. Taxes, interest and cost$13.00
y X. A. Ayers Lumber Co., 30 acres it:
SWe S 1-4 of SW 1-4, See. 23, Tp. 18
It. 8. Total assessment $300. Tax.
es, interest and cost...................$9.5;
F. L. Clampett, SE 1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec.
ec. 20. Tp. 16, R. 6. Total assessment
ss- $400. Taxes, interest and cost $9.61
60 Jacob Daniels, S 1-2 of SW 1-4 of SE
14, Sec. 33, Tp. 15, R. 10. Total
in assessment $120. Taxes, interest and
45 cost ............................. ..................$5.6,
S. G. Dreyfus & Co., SW 1.4 of SE 1.4
n Sec. 10, 'p. 15, R. 9. SE 1.4 of r8
1.4, Sec, 15, Tp. 16, R. 8. Total as
ý sessment $800, Taxes, interest an(
cost ............................ ..................$17.9
)e. Dr. E, O. Edgerton, W 1.2 of SE 14.
i. W 1.2 of NE 1.4 of SE 14, Sec. 33
21 Tp. 14, I. 6. Total assessment $600.
re Taxes, interest and cost ..........$17.1(
nt H,. T. Everett, residence and S 1-:
55 block 46, Gibaland. Total assess,
ment $300. Taxes, interest and cost
............ ............ ...................... $10.8r
5 F. M. Ferris, 10 acres in S and W 1.
s- of SW 1-4 of SE 1-4, cut by a diagnol
al- line running from the SE corner te
12 the NW corner of said 40, less 10
In A in a square in the SW of said
40, Sec. 16, Tp. 17, R. 7. Total as
sessment $50. Taxes, interest an(
45 Laura A. and C. N. Gibbs, lot 5, block
in V, lots 6 and 7, block 8, lots 6 block
0. K, lots 13 and 14, block R, block
32 4, NE 14 block C lots, 1, 2, 15, 16
block F-N, block 10, N lots 8, 9, 10,
ek block 163, block 35, N 1-2 block 27.
1 block F, 30 8, block B, 27 8, block
82 F in SE of NW block G in NE of
ec. SE, block G in NW of SW, See. 24,
nt block E in NE of SE, See. 23, Tp.
st 18, R. 7 in Gibsland. Total assess
43 merit $2500. Taxes, interest and
cost .............................. .............$...63.50
nd J. Gibbs heirs, block 11, F lots 15-17
s. Inclusive, block K, 2 lots In Gibbs
od Addition. Total assessment $147;
44 Taxes, interest and cost ............$38.91
A. W. Harvey, house and 1 acre lot
being the north half, 2 acre lot in
Alberta. Total assessment $50. Tax
L6, es, interest and cost ..........$4.64
SH. H. Hawthorne, 1 acre lot between
Dr. Jno. R. Moore and D. J. Bridges
ec. in Saline. Total assessment $60.
in Taxes, interest and cost............$5.10
N J. R. Head, cabin and block 138 in
Gibsland. Total assessment $100
nt Taxes, interest and cost ..............$5.04
st Ernest King, residence and W 1-2 of
33 block 63, Melon Addition Glibsland
Total assessment $500. Taxes, in
al terest and cost ........................16.25
ad W. H. Langford, SW 14 'of NE 14.
25 NWV 14 of SE 14, E 12 of SE 14
S of NW 14, E 1-2 of NE 14 of SW
le 1-4, See. 3, Tp. 17, R. 7. Total as
- sessment $960. Taxes, interest and
30 cost ..............................................$22.3'
SL. & N. W. R. R., 33.70 miles mail
al track, 3.52 miles side track. Total
d assessment $227,850, Taxes, inter.
21 est and cost..................... $4,592.46
P . W. Miles, E 1-2 of SE 14, SE 1-4
of NE 1.4, Sec. 8, Tp. 16, R. 7. Total
assessment $600, Taxes, interest ant
g. cost .......................................... $18.41
0. J. Mitchell, NW 14, See. 28, 1')
14, R. 8. Total assessment $800
P Taxes, interest and cost............$17.7:
SNorth Louisiana Bottling Works, house
and lot block G. Total assessment
S$400. Taxes, interest and cost $13.20)
SDr. R, W. Smith, 8 1.2 of NE 14, N
1-2 of SE 14, See. 14, Tp. 17, R. 7,
1, Total assessment $1280. Taxes, in
4, terest and cost ............................$2 .38
E Tom Smith, NW 14 of NE 14, Bee.
27, Tp. 16, R. 10. Total assessment
$200. Taxes, interest and cost $7.01
4 Tom Tilley, NE 14 of SW 14, Sec.
4 31, Tp. 14, R. 7. Total assessment
t. $240. Taxes, interest and cost $9.11
.8. PF. Thomas, 1 lot beginning 30 ft.
7 from SE corner 10t 1, block 16, run.
L ning N 120 ft. across lots 1 and 2
,, 3 and 4, W 30 ft, 8 120 ft, E along
S 5 line 30 ft. to point of beginning
Total assessment $200. Taxes, in.
terest and cost ..........................8.26
, Duncan Van Sant, SW 14, Sec. 18,
S Tp., 14, R. 6. Total assessment $800.
2 Taxes, interest and cost............$10.20
7, J T. Walker, 2 acrks in NW corner,
,' NW 14 of SW 14, 64 acres in W "
it 1-2 of SE 14, 7 acres in NE 141
S of SE 14, 27 acres in s 1.2 of NEI
14, See. 18, Tp. 18, R. 7. 1-2 in. ,
terest in gin plant. Total assess- I
ment $1500. Taxes, interest and ]
cost ........................ .... ............. .3 2.1
J. T. White, 4 cabins and block 38
in Glbsland. Total iassessment $550.
Taxes, interest and cost............$10.79
Henry Wilson, cabin and lot in Werk
heiser Addition, ArCadia, Total as
seasment $125. Taxes, interest and
cost ..........-. ......................$8,.0
A4l~n Johnson, SE 14 of NW 14, Sec.
30, Tp. 18, R. 6. Total assessment
$200. Taxes, interest and cost $8.65
Unknown Owner No. 1, W 30 acres of
NW 14 of SE 14, Sec. 26, Tp. 15, R.
5. Total assessmoenit $3F00 Tavtes
interest and cost .................$9.3.
Unknown Owner No. 2, house and
block 150 in (ibsland. Total, assess
moent $200. Taxes, interest and 'cos
-............ ................ ..4. 9....2$9,2
On date of sale I wil'sell such per
tions of said property as each debto
will point out, and In case the debto:
will not point out sufolent property
I will at once and without further de
lay sell tge least quantity of samid pro.
perty of any debtor which any bidder
will buy for the amount of the taxes
interest and cost due by said debtor
'the sale will be usaB witheu ar ise U
Slrt a #u rrr~ila tha t had m .ii
of the United State, and the property
sold shall be redeemable at any time
for the space of one year by paying the
price given Including cost and 20 per
1. it. CURflIE,
YSheriff and Ex-Officlo Tat Collector,
li~enville Parish, Louisiana.
in- Succession of J. E. Hood and Mrs.
7.0 Emma Hood, Deceased. N'o. 659,
Probate Docket. Third D)istrict
1-4, Court, Bienville Parish, Louisiana
7. By' authority of a commission from
14, the Third District Court, Blenville
'ax- Parish, Louisiana, in the above styled
1.36 succession cause we will sell, for cash,
to pay debts, subject to appra~sement,
wvithin legal sale hours on
Tp SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, 1919
120. at the principal front door of the
1.98 Court House of Bienville Parish, Ar
,adlin, Louisiana, the following de
ant .scribedl real and personal property of
d4ite successions of J. E. andi Mrs. Em
ma Hood. deceased, to-wit :
A certain lot of land in NW 1-4 of
le \I 1-4, Section 21, Township 17 North,
en taiige 6 West, described as follows :
ej Beginning at NE' corner of J. N.
Humphrey's lot and running West 2
it: chains and 44 links to stake; thence
18 South to Northwest corner of C. L.
ax- [Inborn lot ; thence East 2 chains and
-55 14 links; thence North to point of be
lee ginniing, containing two and three
ent eighths acres. Also lot beginning at
,,1 the Northeast corner of H. A. Embry
lot and running thence WVest a dis
SF tance of one acre, thence North~ a dis
tal Lance of One acre, thence West again
Inc' :t distance of one acre, thence North
ý.fa distance of two acres or to Section.
[. line:, thence East on Section line a
sr'listance of two acres to Northw'est
as corner of C. L. Wood lot ; thence §outb
In( about 235 yards to point of beginning,
*~containing five and one half (5 1-2)
acres, more~or less. The first lot above
1-4. described having been purchased from
33 C. L. Wood as per deed recorded in
00. Book "R'" page A78 and the other by
'.1( correction deed from I. El. Suton and
1- Mrs. M. A, Lowery, recorded in Book
ss '144," page 478 of Covyacs Bien
os Ville Parish, Louisiana, containing ift
.8r all seven and seven eigthths acres
more or less, with all the improve
1 ments ; also the following personal pro
aol perty :
tc Household goods and kitchen furni
l ture, one piano, one horse, four head
Iii( of cattle, six head of hogs, plow tools
as, and farm Implements.
Ic Thils the 10th dyof May, A. D..
)ck Hi.' C. WALKER,
)CI. '(1001 "I 'A
SSCHOOL BOARD PIECTIRG
'Ss Arcadia, La., May 19, 1919.-The
mdBend ville. Par.dish School oAr t? et on:.
Tt election mentione dabove is declared to
me hare carted in' favor of the special ta"
the of Are mills for a period of 10 years be
per ginning with the year 1919.
Be It Farther Resolved, That the
secretary of this Board be and he Jr
or, hereby directed to file with the Secre
tary of State of the State of Louisiana
and with the Clerk of the Third Judelal
District Court, awl Ex.Of4elo Recorder
in and for Bienville Parish, La.. eat]
one a copy of the minutes of this meet
` ing to and including the passage of thr
resolution, the same constituting r
let process verbal of the manner in whiel'
ia the ballot boxes were opened, the bal.
°m lots counted in number and amount
He rt turns. canvassed and the resaits of
Le the special school tax election held in
ilienrillo Pariah School District on
nt, May 17. 1919 ascertained, and the ,sans
secretary shall retain a copy hereof ir
his office duly certified by the Secretary
he of State and said Clerk and E-Offici.
fr- Recorder in and for Bienville Parish
le. La., to have been duly filed in their
of respective offlees as required by law.
in Whereas, on May 17, 1919 a special
five mill school tax election was heir
of In the Bienville Parish School District
Lb. in Bienville Parish, La., and whereas
the results of said election in said ills
Ntrict was in favor of the, following
tax: Bienville Parish School District
[ Bienville Parish, La., to levy a five rili
*special school tax on all property in
n LBienville School District in Blenrille
Parish, La., annually for a period of
ten years beginlnig with the year,
Therefore. Be It Resolved by the
sParish Board of Schol Directors of
is. the Parish of Bienville, La.. that the
in above mentioned five mill special scho -1
th tax is hereby levied in the Bienville
Parish School District, Bienville Parish
a La., for a period of ten years beginning
At with the year 1919 for giving addition.
tl al aid to the schools of Bienville Par.
ish School District, said tax to begin
with the year01919, and include tht
v following years: 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923,
1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928.
The assessor in and for Bienville
i Parish, La., is hereby instruceted to
extend said tax and place the said
tax on the assessment hooks of Bien.
rille Parish for the period of ten year,
ir beginning with the year 1919 on al'
the property in Bienville Parish School
District subject to taxation and the
same shall be duly and legally collect.
° ed from year to year as required by
ii The above resolution was unanimous
S P. F. WHITE,
President of the Blienville Parish
)., Shool Board.
B. 1. FISHER,
Secretary of the Bienville Parish
Whereas, on May 17, 1919 an election
was hold in Bienville Parish School
District, Bienville Parish, La., after
G thirty days advertisement to take the
sense of the property taxpayers of the
said Bienville Parish School District on
the question of voting a opecial xchool
tax of five mills on all the property In
resId Bienville Pariah School District
s ub~ject "to taxation annually for a
period of ten years, beginning with the
eyear 1919 for the purpose of giving
Eadditional aid to the public schools of
saidl Bienville Parish School District.
orWhereas, at the said special election
duly and legally held on May 17, 1919
andl returns legally made, the property
)Itaxpayers of said school district voted
for the proposition in number and
amount and authorized the Parish
ksBoardl of School Di'ectors of Bienville
Parish, La.,, to levy said special
SI, P.F. White, president of said
Parish Board of School Directors of
In use for over 4Oyem[!
letters from women, tell
innlu of the good Cardui
has done them. This i
rdthe best proof of the value
of C~ardul. It provesthat
CarduIs a food medichie
I hrheaw noharmful or
CarduL It is composed
only of mild, mediinll
Ingredients,, with no bad
Surely it will dO for you
wthait hrasdoge f so
mnany thoosanda of oflct
women! It 5ho~d balp.
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mmla nto be...,
of Ma4dsn Hlthta, Ve
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coldr hardl wt *...
- teqgerd inrod.&
• .. I rea of Cardul,
and after tairing one bat.
.ti, Or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
tookt 3 o14 bO~lde at
thattline, and~wU able to
do my work. I take It In
flue spring When zn-l
down. ! had~no appetite,
and I eoimvtnced eatig.
Itl tl bet tonic l ev~
uaw.,", Tzy Cardul.
'%I :hHI" trn•,.
Blenville Parish, La., by virtue of the
authority. vested In me by law, do
hereby publicly announce and proclaim
that the result of said special election
is favorable to the proposition submit
ted to the property taxpayers of said
Blenville Parish School District of
lienrille Parish, La., at said special
school election held on May 17. 1919
and the Parish Board of School Di.
rectors of the Parish of Blenvillo, La
have, by virtue of their authority
levied a special school tax of five mills
per annum on all the property in lljen
rille Parish School District, Blenville,
La., subject to taxation for a period
of ton years beginning with the year
1919 for the purpose of giving addli
tional aid to the schools of said Bion
ville Parish School District; said tax
to be levied and collected according t:
law for the following years, 1919, 1920.
1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1923, 1926, 1927
Thus done and signed oflicially at Ar
cadia, La., on this the 19th day of
P. F. WHITE,
President of the Blenville Parish
GAINS 30 POUNDS
Is Also Relieved of Rheumatism
Through Taking Course of
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a few hotles of Tanlac but can do more
work than I have been able to do at
any time in the last ten years," said
C. B. Gwin, a well known produce
merchant of Amory, Miss.
"For a long time my system was.de
bilitated," he continued, and my di
gestion out of order so I could hardly
eat a thing. I suffered from awful
headaches, my nerves were on a strain
and my muscles felt like they were
tied into knots with rheumatlqim: I
lost weight and got weaker every day.
"I was induced to try Tanlae by a
friend and it is makillg a new man of
me. I now eat any sleep better than I
hare in years, my rheumatism is al
gone and I feel stronger and better than
I have in a long time.
Tanlac is sold in Arcadia by the City
Drug Co.,.and by one reliable agent in
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T.HE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford One Ton Truck may well r=
be classed as an agricultural neces.
sity, it fits into and fills so many "
wants on the farm. It is a reliable .Y
beaarer of farm bur. -
The dens, not only doing
Farmer's the work of several
horses quicker and s
Truck better than the horse,
and does not "eat its
head off" when not working. The .
aggressive farmer has only to con.
sider the possibilities of the Ford
truck and he is..ready to buy one,
We judge this to be so from the way
fariners are buying them. Truck'
Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit.
W. R. FOGLE, Jr.
Minden, -. . . . - Louisiana
COMPLETE LINE O
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We carry a complete line of
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INNER TUBES, Etc.
In fact anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt atte
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