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Chicago, Jan. 10.-The father
of aHubert Saucier, the alleged
waadit, arrived from Marksville,
ta., late yesterday, and at once
engaged an attorney to represent
Saucier is reported to have
assaulted the lock-up keepers
liast night in an alleged attempt
to escape from his cell. He is
being considered as a suspect in
the Togue murder also.
"More than a dozen persons
positively identified the men.
SThe bravado which has marked
the bearing of Saucier, the con
tessed leader of one of the bandit
Chrws, has.left him.
, Viola Allen. the young warnan
ho was found in the rooms with
Uslacier at the time of his arrest,
idimunicated with his father,
formerly sheriff at Marksville,
, withb the result that the
Eder Saucier is here.
S"-FormIal charges of robbery
. 'nd sasult were , placed against
he threie men yesterday. As
as additional identifications
7 re made charges of robbery
Sre added until now the trio
S4e a score of robbery chlarws
S Schools to Honor Lee.
' ` Jackson, Miss., Jan. 10.-A
," mg$ s ested program will be in
K e 40 within the next few days
b.hji e department of ed ucation
" .or lhe observance, of the birt l
dsa of Gen. Robert E. ILs,
' iiAh Ois now a statutory Iolid.y.
.* Istahs te, and in made the oc
ýsý btO 1of patriotic ezerises t ii
$: e public schools. Owing t
` he hsfa ct that general Lee's bir th
s &yj Jan. 19,- falls on Sunday
this year, it will be ,bservedl
ither Friday, Jan. 12 or Mon
, Jan. 20, probably the later
From all Stations on
: New Orleans
New Orleans and return.
s3yIakeea onale Jannary 98, 80,ýý
to a New Ormlean be
February 4th, 1911.
hmit-February 14, 1918,
of extesion to and In
a oh8 1918, by perbonally
tlewtith Special Agent
Slam, N urew Orns. and
S1,00 not later than Feb.
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Burglar Alarm Wire Causes
Shreveport, Jan. 10,-The
funeral took place to-day of Carl
Roberts, a teacher in Draughon's
Business College, who met death
late Thursday night by coming
in contact with a burglar alarm
wire which is believed to have
become crossed with an electric
wire. Roberts heard a noise in
the yard and his death was the
sequel to his going out to make
an investigation. He came heres
from Mayfield, Ky., about a year
Por al forms of
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Beria Sale.-No. 2184.
E. T. Mitchell.
Svirtue of an order of r.eI fad.r is
e out o the loth Judicial diastriot court of
Louiana, in sad for Waalniton prish, in
the above eutltled cauu.,IWII pao~esd to adl
at publ sdction,to thoe lt ad highest bid
8aturday, March 1, 1913
at the lelpal !ront door of the courthouse at
P'r latonf, E., between the sale hours
tot 3uioi sales, the followlang ribedprop.
Lota No.. 18 end 14 of block Njo. 8
of the Stephen E. Rionardsion addition
toBo!rrSlk ,S per plst of said addi
1B le in the clerk'. oMfce of thia
parish and etate.
Terms of sle: Cash, with benefit
This 18th day of January, 1913.
T. J. lmons,. Shderiff.
United States of America, State of
Louisiana, Parish of Washington.
Be it known and remembered, That,
on this 3rd day of December, One
Thousand, Nine Hundred Twelve
before me, Delos R. Johnson, Notari
Public in and for the Parish of Wash
ington, State of Louisiana, duly com
missioned and qualified, and in the
presence of the undersigned witnesses,
nersonally came and appeared the
persons whose names are hereunto
subscribed, all of full age, who declar
ed that availing themselves of the
provisions of the law of this State rel
ative to corporations, and especially
Act No. 78 of 1904 of the General As
sembly of the State of Louisiana they
have formed and by these presents do
form, constitute and organize them
selves, as well as such persons as may
hereafter join or be associated with
them, or their successors, into a cor
poration and body politic in law, for
the objects and purposes and under
the stipulations, articles and condi
tions, following, to-wit:
The name of this corporation shall
be Scott-Greenlaw Hardware Company
and under that name shall have and
enjoy existence and succession for a
period of ninety.nine(99)years, unless
sooner dissolved by law or consent of
the stockholders as hereinafter pro
Said corporation shall have the
power to contract, sue and be sued;
to hold, to recieve, have, purchase,
improve, alienate, convey, sell, bor
row, pledge, mortage and hvpotho
cate. under its said corporate name,
property, real and personal; to name
and appoint such otfficers, directors,
agents and managers and employees
as the interest or convenience of the
said corporation may-require; to make
and establish by laws, rules and regu
lations for the goverment of the said
corporation and its affairs, as may
be deemed necessary and proper, and
the same to change and alter at pleas
ure; and to do all other acts and
things permitted by law, or as shall
or may be uecessary and proper to
carry out the objects and purposes of
The domicile of this corporation shall
be at Franklinton, Parish of Wash
ington. State of Louisiana, where all
citations and other legal processes
shall be served in accordance with the
Statutes of the state of Louisiana rel
atiye to making services on corpora
The objects and purposes for which
this corporation is organized and es
tablished and the nature ,of business
to be carried on by it, are declared to
be the following, to-wit: To own, oper
ate and conduct one or more hardware
and general merchandise stores,ware
houses, etc., and to buy and sell all
manner and kinds of goods, wares
and merchandise and any commodities
either for cash or credit, wholesale or
retail, to purchase, hold, own, lease,
mortgage, rent, sell, convey, or dis
pose of property, real or personal; to
own operate and conduct one or more
garages and motor vehicle repair
shops, and to carry passengers by
automobile for hire; to buy and sell
automobiles in any part of this State;
to employ agents, salesmen, employees
and other help; and generally, to en
gage in say business or enterprise in
any town, city, parish or other subdi
vision of the State of Louisiana, or in
any State or Territory within the
United States, and to have all rights,
priviliges, advantages and immunities
granted by law to corporations.
The capital stock of this corpora
tion shall be Ten Thousand (610,000,
000) Dollars. divided into and repre
sented by One Hundred (100) shares of
stock at a par value of One Hundred
(#100) Dollars each, which said stock
shall be paid for in cash at the time of
subscription or as the same may be
issued, at not lesathas par value, or
in payment or exchange for property
or rights actually recieved or pur
chased by such corporation or for
services actually rendered, provided
thatno stock shall be issued until the
consideration therefor has been re
wived by hw'e said cmnporation. This
corporation may commence doing
business and shall become a going
concertu as soon as Three Thousand
()3000..JO) Dollars of its capital stock
shall ha 'e beensubscribed for.
The corporate powers of this cor
poration shall be vested in and exer
cised by a Board of,Three (3) Direc
tors, who shall be stockholders, con
sisting of a President, a Vice-Presi
dent: and a Secretary-Treasurer.
Two (2) of said Board shall constitute
a quorum for the transaction of busi
ness and their decisions shall be valid.
Thefirst election of the Board of
Directors under this Charter shall be
at a meeting of the stockholders to be
held on the First Monday of December
1913, at the office of the corporation at
Franklinton, Parish of Washington,
State of Louisiana, and thereafter
the stockholders shall hold a meeting
annually on the First Monday of Dec
ember of each year at the office of said
corporation, and elect a Board of
Directors. Said Board of Directors
elected at any such meetings shall
serve until their successors have been
elected and qualitied. All olfcers shall
be elected from among the Board of
Directors and no person shall be
elegible as a Director who is not a
stockholder of thiscorporation. Dur
ing the absence of the President, the
Vice-President shall act and preside
in his stead, Notice of stockholders'
meetings shall be given in writing by
mail addressed to each stockholder as
his usual place of business, ten (10)
days prior to the date of such meeting
and the Board of Directors shall ap
point one of their number to preside
over such stockholders' meetings
whenever a Board of Directors is to be
elected, and on failure of such Direc
tor to attend. the President shall ap
point a stockholder to fill the vacancy.
All elections shall be by ballot. Each
stockholder shall be entitled to one
vote for each share of stock registered
in his name, which may be voted in
person or by written prozy,and a ma
Jority of the votes cast shall elect such
person or persons for whom they are
The Board of Directors shall at its
first meeting after its election out of
its own number electa President, a
Vice-President,I:and a Secretary
Treasurer. Any vacancy on'the Board
of Directors shall be filled by the re
maining Directors for the unez pired
The first Board of Directors for this
.corporation shall be composed of E.
C. Scott, P. E. Greonlaw, and A. M.
Finley, of WhomE, C. Seett shall be
3President, P. E. Greenlaw Vice-Presi
dent A. M. Finley, Sec'y-Treasurer
"all of whom shall serve untill their
successors shall have been elected and
The Charter may be amended or the
capital stock increased or decreased,
or the corporation may be dissolved,
at a general meeting of the stockhold
ers convened for those purposes, with
the assent of three-fourths of the
stock present or represented at such
Smeetings, thirty (30) days prior no
tice of such meeting having beengiven
'by publication in a weeklyinewspaper
published at Franklinton,Washington
Parish, Louisiana, and a written
lnotice thereol mailed to ench stock
holder at his usual place of business
Sthirty (30] days prior to such'meeting.
tIn case of the dissolution of tiis cor
poration, either by limitation or other
wise, its affairs shall be liquidated by
twocommissioners elected from among
the stockholders calledfor that pur
No stockholder of this corporatlon
shall ever be liable or responsible for
the contracts or failure thereof In any
further sum than the unpaid balance
due said corporation on shares of
stock subscribed for and owned by
the stookholder; nor shall any Infeor
mality in the organisation ofctbLa cor
poratlon have the eflect of rendering
the Charter null or exposing a stock
holder to any further liability than the
unpaid balance due on his stock, sub
Each stockholder designates opposite
his name the stock eubsorlbed for by
him, and this Charter sball erve as
the original subscription list.
Thus done and paused t my ofce
in the Town of Prankllnton, Washing
ton larish, State of Louisiaas, on the
day, month and year irst above writ.
ten, and in the presence P. B. Powell
and Magee W. Oott, competent wit
nesses, reeiding in said Parish and
State, who have signed these presents,
together with esid appearers and me,
said Notary, after dae reading.
E. C. .ScTrr..W......15 shares.
P. B. .asRNKLAw....l. share..
A. M. FINLrv...... 1 share,
P. d, POWELL,
MiAoen W. OTT.
DaLos R. JoaHnoo,
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Washington:
i I, M. A. Thigpen, clerk of courtand
ez-oflfio recorder, hereby certify that
the above and foregoing charter was
duly iled for record on November 8,
1912, sad on said date was recorded Li
SMortape record 140. lO,page ?2let seq.
'. of the offcial Records of Washington
aWitne whereof my oicial signa
are and ealof office this 8sid day of
M. A. Thigpen, Ckrk of Court
and IEx-Oficllo eo~r.
240 acres ot land in Spring
Hill neighborhood, three miles
from railroad. Thirty-five acres
in cultivation, forty timbered,
small creek runs thru western
side of farm, and forty acres
could be turned into pasture
well watered. One six room
d wellirg house, one tenant house
ard one barn 30x50 feet An
ideal stock farm. Price reason
able. Must sell. Apply to,
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Successful ds ymen know that nhi it I, lt nelow"n cow " an make
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You will .urely get more milk per day, aw, for ga eter numrber
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25c, 50c, $1; 25 '. pail, $3.50
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m: THE WHOLE FIELD OF
D. E. BRANCH, Agent.
SFire, Life, Accident and Health, Burglarly,
Plate Glass, Liability and Bonds.
The Oldest Insurance Agency in Washing.
Ston Parish. Assests of Companies
Represented Over One Hun
dred Million Dollars.
Sheriff Sale.-No. 2137.
.1. 0. Magee
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of Fleri Facias, issued
out of the 26th Judicial District Court
of Louisians. in and for Washington
Parish,iu the above entitled cause,
and to me directed I wil proceed to
sell at nublile auction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, Marheb 1, 1913
at the principal front door of the
court house at Franklinton, La., be
tween the legal sale hours for judicial
sales, the following described proper
120 seres of land situated in the
above named state and parish. the
same being part of the W. D. Smith
Hr. sec.40 of Twp. I ., R. 9 e., St.
Helena inmeridian, bound on the east
by land of Mrs. Lena Stokes, south
by lands of B. M. Booty, west by
lauds of Mrs. Lena Stokes and Ollie
Brumfield, northby lands of Chas. B,
Hughes, said land acquired by mort
gage from a man by name of Chillott,
about 4 years argo.
Terms of sale: Cash with benefitl of
This 13th day of January, 1913.
T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sheriff Sale-No. 1654.
Philip Werlein Ltd.,
J. O. Penton.
Notice ishereby given that by virtue
of an order of lerl Peels, Issed
out of the 2688th Judical District Court
of Louisiana in and for Washington
Parish, in the above entitled cause.
and to me directed. I will proceed to
sell at public auction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday. February 1, 1918 .
at the principal frontdoor of the coakt
hcuse at Franklinton, La., bet
tbe legal sale hours for judicial sale
the following described property. t
One No. 9181 piano, style "8," oak.
Terms ot sale: Cash with benefit of
This 13th day of January, 1913.
T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.