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H. H. Smith
Geo. Sam. T
25th judicial District Court State of aI
Louisiana Parish of Washington. is
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a writ of Fleri Facias issued
out of the above named court in the
matter of H. H. Smith versus tb
Geo. Sam, dated 5th day of November Il
1910 and to me directed for execution, P
I have seized and will offer for sale s
and sell to the last and highest bidder a
at the principal front door of the
courti house at Franklinton, La., on
Saturday, December 22nd, 1910 f
between legal sale hours for Judicial
Sales the following described proper
41 acaes of land in the Willis Head
Right, bonnd N. by lands of Batson,
W. by lands of Geo. Sam, Sr., E. by
lands of Caroline Monday. S. by lands
of W. W. Seal.
Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
appraisement. This 24th day of Nov. i
JOE N, MAGEE,
W. N. Miller & Son
Ben S. Fortinberry.
28th Judicial District Court of La
Parish of Washington.
By virtue of an order of seizure and sale
issued out of the above named court,in
the above entitled cause and to me
directed, I proceeded to seize and did
offer for sale, on Satnrday, November
19, 1910, the following described prop
35 acres of land more or less with all
properties and appertences thareunto
belonging and situated in Washington
Parish, La. being a part of the Andrew
Smith Hr. Sec. 55, Tp. 1 R. 9 E. St.
Hel. Mer. Pound N. by State hne, W
by land of Hiram Curter, B by lands
of J. E. & A. E. Fortenberry, E. by
lands of Mrs. S. E. Fortenberry.
There being no bids amounting to
two-thirds of the appraised value, a
fixed by the experts appointed and
sworn, the property was not sold.
Under the provisions established by
law, I will again proceed to offer fo.
sale at public auction, to the last and
highest bidder on
SSaturday, December 10th 1910.
at the principal front door of the
coirt house at Franklinton, La., the
above described property. Terms of
sale twelve months credit secured by"
bond of purchaser, conditioned as the
ý ,j'.3 . JaN. Aas, Sheriff.
D. E. Sheridan versus
D. A. Self.
96th. Judical District Court, State of
Louisiana, Parish of Washington.
Notce is hereby given that by vir.
ture of a writ of ler lacls ies
suend out of the above napmed court in
the matter of D. t. Sheridan vs.
D. A. Self, dated 80th day of S!pt.,
1910 and to me directed for execution,
I have seised and will offer for sale
and sell to the last and highest bidder
at the prinolpal frontdoor of the court
Saturday, November 86,1810,
between the legal sale hours for judi
cal sales the followingdescribed prop
One boiler and engine complete,nne
grist mill, two gin stands, one planer,
all belting and fixtures comblete with
. sid machinery; o aorem of land on
which mill and machinery are located;
.13 yoke of oxen.
Jon N. MABODE,
W. N. Miller & Son
Alfred E Fortnberry.
1Sth Judicial Dist. Court, State of Louis
mao Parish oftashlqggnl.
Notice is hereby dia~ 4 b y virtue
o an order of Seizure andgle hsoued
o t oftheabove named'ooururt to the
mtter of W. N. Miller a n &8 s. Al*
fred E. Fortenberry, dated 15th day
o0 Oct. 1910, and to mes direoted for
execution, Ihave seied and will' offer
fobr ialeand sell to the last and highest
bldder attha prinolpal front door of
the court house on
Saturday, December 3rd, 1910.
b'itween the legal sale bors for jdlO
ilt males the following desoribed prop
Part of the Andrew Smith , ,
Tp.18; .L 9 B.,boUiad tN. bya d of
Jack Washiauton and being the Jach
,Wasington homestead entry, W. by
taud- in a lram otter, W~ Il.v man
- P. . ortenberry, B. by lands of J.
m drrbeing thqsameproperij
Termasof sate cast with beei t r$
appralsmeut. ?lslday orf O 1e.019
Joe . Mate~e, Sherif.
4, ob ...,:. IR. ..: ,
:"""I U S'-' ' 4 ! '
Good RoetsuAIwayre Pollow.
The use of Foley Kidney Pllis.
They are upbuildinK, strengthening
and soothing. Tonic in action, quick
in results. of
For sale at Peoples Drug Co. TI
tELATIVE To uGOlTt RoUn ea M AT69.
Alderman of the eITown of Frankllnton, '
in regular sess. ion assebled, that the
ermlttin of goats to roam at large
n dthe streets of said a town, is hereb. usa
deorclulared to be a nisance, and that the
ddwhen notc V CO.. Tdal use. O.
ORDINANCE N.-- T
[ELATIVE To GOATS ROAMIIO AT i.j
LARGE ON THE STREETS.
Be itrther ordained, by the Mayor: and
alderman of the Town of tFranklitonr
in regular session assemubled, that the d
permittingane, of goat to roundm at large E
on the streets of said Town, s hereby be
declared toer hrnuisane, and tht the to
owners of same be hereby required to t
eep anid animals confinbe releed t aby times
when not in actual use.
byit paying to further ordained; That from
and after the promulgation of this orm- e
dinngce, that any gkeepingt foshandll be larged to
on the street of said Towne shal be i
Simmediately imponded by the Marcos.
Sshall and afrther thore days nothate towhere
I the owner, i he e known, nle Marshall t
Sanimal shagiv be released by the ownerding
r sale by paying to the reMarshall the pubm of
Sdafifty cent as rell asthe cost of Im
pounde ing arher ord keepin, hat all be sold tows
and pathe highest bidder t public auction,
Sthbe sandm realied from the sale to bed,
Spad inthato the Town treasnry, afteo de-t,
i ducting the cost.
t" Be itfarther ordained; that where
V the owner is unknown, the Mreof.shall
Is shall give notice of the impounding
SThunds doneby posting same aopted three pub
lic places In said town for three clea Ir
S8h.day of Novembe r Ayof . 191.
N Be it further ordained, that ahl laws
d and parmting of law In onflictok here-with
ofbe and the Bankme of Ane herey repeled,
l and that this ordinance go Into effecsht,
ommediatey upoJan. d1911for the promulgation
: Redd the nthreof.ber of
Ths done psaissed and from pted this
C 8 Nth. D:ay of November A. D. 1a10.
the annual eletion of oers nd d
rectors of sald bnk-from the ofr-A
Notice o thereby ven thar t thoreay
will be a" meeting of the stoek holder,
of te Banuary of Angle chel In the vil
lage of Angie, Washington Parish,
Louisiana, an. f-Totwoond, 1911, for the pr
pf pose of:
the combinaST: edion of Bobe nTaylber of
ag diretazmore anid an from elevenod' to
ly, has passed: Toch the daexperimental
le ge and is now a reality. It is
edited by Senatorni Robty ay
nlo ad John Trotwood Maoorzine,
both heart and soul for the South.
No other Bouthern Maazsine
. hasm recieved the patronage nor
made the litelrary sucesrs. A
future of unlimited possibilit.s
lies beforei&U Northern Magp
mines have m ,e~ibeir sharehold
i ers dividends several times more
than uthe dl i.eustnt. A
as a ,mo0evym)IW
. Taylor°Tt Publishing
SCo. Nashville, t dnsse, desires
to increase Its life subsciptions
r and offers one share of its eaCIJ
tal stock (par value $10.00) and a
liie subscription, both for'$O10.00.
.fbis offerema seema too liberal
-bat the Magasine giais by in.
e' re d ' advertisag. Reml
$l0.o00 and by -return mail you
, will recive recipt trlife soi1
b sci ptlonaid one r fato~k
7 P, r fudrther raion ad
Mtl. HermIon. H
Nov. 27th, 1910. Si
Things are kinder picking up
of late around Mt. Hermon. a*
There seems te be a good deal of i
money hanging round some way cI
and trade is very good, where its i1
coming from I don't know for ti
there is no cotton made, but lots
of corn, pototoes and syrup, end
'everybody has hogs to kill, .and ic
plenty of milk and butter, so ti
things aint so bad.
The matrimonial epidemic is u
spreading as a case developed
last Thursday at Sunny Hill when b
Tom Helton of Mt. Hermon'tnar. n
ried Miss Ballard of Sunny Hill. 6
Both are prominent in social fc
circles. Miss Ballard is the U
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. *,
e Ballard; while the groom is tbe p
r son of Mr. and Mrs. John Helton a
D of Mt. Hermon. The wedding
took place somewhere about
The Fourth Quarterly Confer- p
Sence for the Mt. Hermon [. E. M u
Church last Wednesday. Rev. e
C. C. Miller preached some very
Sflue sermons while here among p
d them was a Thanksgiving ervice
ir Thursday., which was highly ap
rI t,reciated by all who heard it. t
A negro woman named Penny
Gattin had several ugly knife e
- wounds inflicted on he last p
'- night at a negro frolic by one i
Jobson. Dr. Smith did thepatch- 6
e ing for her this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam 81S ons
of Leggett were the guests f Mr.
, and Mrs. E. W. Ott, ye rday
vs Miss Rachel Hutchi p of I
-l Kentwood is the guest Mr
d1 and Mrs. E. W. Ott.
ed the care to
eit of bail where she ' d
, until formal applicat' a:il
l. was made and the conrt .
mh, ed the bonds at 2,000 in: gft
ir- three cas4s. '
of Criticised Her lai
After her conviction v
o ~: )tion in arrest of j t,
ti- which was refused lg
i Burns, who wmote thde
l reasons on the motion: :
"Refused on groun be
motion to arrest bein o
and to hamper the aul on
,of the law, and futher e
Sof keeping said Ada H i fom
b- serving out her sente Ad
will here state that the tey,
s J. Q. Flynn, who is at
of these varione motion lg
himself so obnoxioui the
h. court can hardly admi the
law, and will further ta the
mr otion to reouse was i
on acoount of being s.
Thatthe taotastare that r
the landlady of a sportin one
SBogklusa, persists in ng
liquor, ther being fon,6it
more ,ow pending. A lotion
and sentence seems tod no
effeot, nor does the a t of
bonds. These motionsi l
of justice, and for no o pur
Ia "[Signed THOS. M. NS"
Justioe Moniroe made writ
reternable on ridry,i 2.
Nesl kaown.-d tb :5:t
'I·:: · ··~:~·;;~
Hirtm EL Smith. a NotaryuPublic, in
and for the Parish of Washington,
State of Louisiana, duly commissioned
and aualifled, and in the presence of
the subscribing witnesses, personally
appeared the several persons whose
names are hereunto signed who de
clared that availing themselves of the
laws of the State of Louisiana rela
tive to the organisatiou9fT corpora
tions, they have forip d rind by these
presents do constitise themselves, as
well as such other persons that may
join or become associated with them
or their successors into a corpora
tion for the object and purposes and
under the following conditions to wit:
The name of this corporation shall
be The Southland Realty Compa*
ny, and under that name it shall have
and enjoy succession and existence
for the term of ninety-nine (99) years,
unless sooner dissolved in accordance
with law or by the consent of the
stockholders in the manner herein
provided. Under the said unme this
corporation shall have the power and
authority to contract, sue and be
sued; to make and use a corporate 4
seal, and to alter same at pleasure; to 4
hold, receive, purchase, alienate, 4
pledge, mortgage and hypothecate,
under the said corporate name, prop
erty, real, personae and mixed; to
name and appoint such olfficers, direct
ors, agents, managers or other em
ployees as may be necessary to the (
Proper conduct of the business of this
corporation; to make such rules and
by-laws for the management of its af
fairs as may be deemed necessary and
expedient; and the corporation shall
!hold and exercise all such powers and
t privileges as relate to the object here
) in set forth, or that may be necessary
to carry on the business for which this
corporation isestablished not prohib
ited by the laws of this State.
The domicile of this corporation
u snail be in lackley, Washington ear
las, Louisiana, where all citations,
f papers and other legal processes shall
be served upon the president or in his
absence on the vice-president or in the
absence of both upon the secretary as
provided for by law.
The objects and purposes for which
.his corporation is established and
the nature of the business to be car
riedda by it a4e declared to be: To
aonduct a general real estate eoui
ness in both rural and urban proper
by, alt power to buy, sell or lease
l nd in connection wal
d operate farms; to do a general farme
ant, pladting, stock raising and dairy
gsinsas; to own, buy, sell, lease and
operate hotels and restaurants; to own,
if buy, sell, lease and operate packing
iad canuing plants, ice plants, elec
trollc ants; to own, buy, sell or lease
oil wells; to own, lease or operate
oil well machinery; to drill for oil or
d' reslan water; to own, operate or,
lease manufacturing plants sor brick,
e umber, shingles and all lumber prod
Sets; to biuy and sell hewn and sawn
timber; to buy and sell commercial
paper, stocks and bonds and other se
urites; and to exercise all other pow
ers necessary and inlidental to the
i proper conduct of the affairs of this
ecorporation. The business and eur
· poses of this corporation is from time
Ito time to do any one or more of the
cts and thinags herein set forth; and
t' a may eonduct its business in other
* oarts of this State and in other States,
i and without in any particular limiting
e any of the objects and powers of this
corporation. It is hereby expressly
declared and provided that the corpo
ration shall have power .to issue
I bonds, and otheCr obligations in pay
s. ment for prope~ity purehased or aso
, quired by it, or for any other object
, 0 onnection with its business; tm
mske or pledge any stock, bonds or
3 other obligations or any property
t which may be saquired by it to secure
D any bonds orotherobligtions by it
o issued or incurred.
The capital stock of this corporation
shall be one hundred thousand (6100,
000.00) dollars, divided into and rep
r-resented by one thousmnd (1,000)
shares of stock at a par yalue of one
"hundred (6100.00) dollars per share.
aid stork shall tie paid for i cash
at the time of subsoription or as it is
issued, or it may be paid for by work
actually performed or by property s
tually received or purchased by the
corporation at a valuation to be
reed upon by the parties, in whicb
event the board of disaretor of this
Corporation shall sat for it and on its
The corporate owers of this corpo.
ratiol shall be vestedia and exerelsed
4b a bard of three (3) directors
whosedecisions and sets shall bind
ts orportion. The rst election ofI
the board of diretors under this
aobter ishall be at meetlng of the
stockholders to be held on the rat'
SMonday in October, 1611, and thenre.
fter the stockbolders shall mot anad
ectaboard odlretors on the st
). Monday 4O Octber of each scaceedlng
I- year, Cho shill serve uantil ther se
easidr shall hasve been eleeted sad
atase. The board of dietors
anik del from their number their of*
. . . . . " :-., " :
ilears, and no person shall be eligible
as a director or hold any office in this
corporation who is not a stockholder.
Dunnr the absence of the president
the vice-president shall act and pre
side in his stead. Notice of the elee
tion of a board of directors shall be
given in writing by mail addressed tc
each stockholder at his usual place of
business ten (10) days prior to saiu
election. And the board of directors
shall appoint one of the stookholders
to preside at said election, and in the
event the stockholder so appointed
shall fail to attend the president shall
appoint one of the stockholders pres
ent to fill the vacancy. Any failure
for any cause to elect directors on the
day named for that purpose shall only
have the elect of oontinulng the diret
ors then in oflice until ther successors
are chosen at a subsequent meeting of
the s.ockholders which shall convene
at the call of the president or at their
next regular meeting. At every elec
tion and meeting of the stockholdersm
each stockholder shall be entitled to
one vote for each share of stock reg
istered on the books of this cor'pora
tion in his name. And the vote of the
stockholders may be east by proxy.
The election of directors shall be by
ballot and the majority in the amount
of votes, each share of stock being
counted as one, shalf elect the person
or persons fpr whom they are east.
The first board of directors of .this
corporation shall be H. D. Bickham,
W. E. Biekham and B. O. Bickham,
of whom H. D. Blckham shall ne prea
Sid6nt, W. E. Bickham -vice-president
s and B. O. Bickham seeretary ano
treasurer, and they shall serve until
thbar sucessors have been elecite
" ARTICLE VI.
The Board of Directors shall have
I power to Afll all vacancies in their
number caused by resignation, deati
or otherwise from among the stock
holders qi this corporation. The
osard sbiltbiave full power and con
trol of the prop6rty of this corpora.
tin and shall eotduct same consist
eat ith the object for which this cor.
I poration is organlzed and in accord.
anoe withth. provisions of this char.
tar. Said board is further authorise.
to mice ad adopt such laws, rale
I aid regulations as the affairs and
basiness of this corporation, may rm
quire,or as uit lmay be neesarr to
the management of its afairs, provid
ed the same shall not confliet with the
,provisions of this charter or laws of
this State or of the United States.
This charter may be amended or the
capital of this corporation may be in
creased or decreased or this corpora.
,ion may be dissolved at a general
meeting of the stockholders donvened
for that purpose, by the assent of
three-fourths (3-4) of the entire stock
present or represented at said meetinK,
thirty (30) days prior notice of such
meeting being, given in a weekly news
paper published in the Parish of
Washington, 8tate of Louisiana, add
a written notice thereof mailed to each
stockholder at his usual place of bts
iness forty (40) days prior to saed
meeting. In case of theterminatiobof
this eorporationueither by limitateom
or otherwise Its affairs shall be liqgi.
dated by three (3) commissioners s.
lec'red from among the stockholders at
a meeting called for that purpose, due
notice of which having been given as
uereinabove set forth. Sald emmise
sioners to remain in olceb until the
afairs of this corporation shall have
been fully liquidated.
No stockholder of this oL poration
shall ever beheld liable or responsible
for the contracts or faults thereof in
any further sum than the unpaid bal
ance due said corporation on shares
of stock subscribed for apd owned by
the stockholder; nor shall any infor
mality in the organilsason of this cor
poration have the efelt of exposing
the stockholders to any further liabil.
aty than the unpaid halance due on
ais stocks and said limitations of lia
nility of the skhoders of this eare
ooration shill further extend to all
acts whatever whether contractual or
hbus done and passed in my nibee
o the Town of Hackley, Washington
*arish, Louisiana, on the day, month
and year Irst above written, in the
presence of Ix E. Rodgers and Feod
Toney, competent witnesses, res:d an
in said Town of Beckley, Washington
Parish,' Louisiana, who signed - these
presents together with said appearers
uad me, said notary, after due reading.
Witnesss: H. D. BICKam K.
L. K, Ro6mes. W. l. BICrnA.
Fman Toaor. B. 0. BthaIAm.
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