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In accordance with bct 99 of 1906,1
and amendments, i hereby proclaim
tl ~IDemocratic Primary election
will be helI in the tarish 6f Ca4.'0)
'*UES) )Y, JANUARIW 2t 0920,
for the purpose of mominating a
candidate for governor, i lieuten
oalt-governor, * secretary of state,
a state auditor, * state treasurer,
ar attorney general, a register of
the land office, a commissioner of
agriculture and irrigation, member
of the legislature, ward officers,
police jurors, i judge of the city
court and a city marshal; that said
election be held at the polling places
established by law, and by the fol
lowing named commissioners and
Gilliam: J. R. Bush, J. M. Reed,
J. O. Shumate, commissioners; J. S.
Jolly, J. W. Lynn, clerks; John B.
Adger, R. T. Douglas, J. T. Gard
Belcher: Wm. Hutchinson, W. E.
McDade, D. P. Hollis, commission
ers; E. A. Rabb, Sam McClurg,
clerks; F. E. Wemple, John Dickson,
E. J. Home, watchers.
Dixie: J. F. Stroud, J. M. Sentell,
W. H. North, commissioners; W. L.
Heygood, J. C. Dickson, clerks; A.
M. Stroud, watcher.
Myrtis: Collin Carrbll, J. D. W.
Carroll, Mack Walton, commission
ers; W. W. Day, Irving D. Pool,
VC-I A.R. Henry, H. W. Hud
son, Tom Wilson, watchers.
Vivian: J. M. Bennett, J. M. Ed
wards, P. M. Williams,, commis
sioners; C. J' Lawton, W. S. Ellis,
-clerks; S. P. Smith, A. F. Power.
J B. Newby, watchers.
Mt. Gilead: J. E. Wells, H. C.
Wells, J. B. Robertson, commissior
ers; Hamilton Evvns, O. G. Gard
ner, clt-rks; L. Z. Crawford, G. E.
Wells, J. D.. Lewis, watchers.
Trees: J. A. Bruce, J. W. Gray,
T. A. Wheeler, dommissioners; Ora
Davis, W. H. Long, clerks; J. H.
Oil City: Robert Elliott, Alex
Rice, J. C, Peddy, commissioners:
W. J. Holsinger, Jake Law, clerks;
A. J. Cappell, A. F. Harris, Richard
Mooringsport: Tom- Ellett, Eu
ge~e Croom, R. Richard, commis
sila~rs; J. B. Lewis, H. V. Earnest,
'clerk; Floyd Parker, H. H. Stev
eus, Calvin S. Croom, watchers.
Blanchard: W. W. -Williams, J.
C. Power, J. M. Miller, commission
ers, B. -F. - Ratliff, E. L., McCain,
clerks; M. A. Wasson, watcher.
Greenwood: Er S. Moncrief, P. J.
White, J. E. Oden, commissioners:
AI M. Smith, J. M. Pearce, clerks;
.. LP Matthews, A. D. Hatcher,
SpriPg IIdge: P . Walton, Sr.,
SWalto, J. P. alton, Jr., com
r; Murray Sebastian, Wn.
-- = itflr; rk 3 A. Sebastian, R.
- Wifliams, watchers.
«v y .ee. A. Comquitt, B. F.
c- di~k sz P. P. Keith,
faney !helon watch
da a .' IL-k Idson W.
, 1). Ja# s, cDnis
Precinct Three: Travelers' Hotel
--J. A. Stevenson, I. W. Monts, U.
C. Addisom, commissioners: Gabe
Leadman. Ponre Cahl, clerks; J.
1t. Ragsdale. W. s. Mosby, watchers.
Precinct Four: Wood's store
1M. Dingte, Mahlen Levy; Henry Clay
Rogers, commissioners; C. H. Levy,
J. P. uornyeV__JIs.Wcmfwypbmbm
J. P. Flournoy, Ir® slerks4 A. J).
Precinct Fiwe: Stoexta store-
Robert Jordan, Mike Bernstein, J.
M. Comegys, eommissioners; 'a
than PicarR, Ike Heidensfeld,
clerks; Jake Hayes, tI. B. Heare,
Precinct Six: PdcanR Oggden's
'tore-W. 1. Woods, T. A. Webb,
J. E. !Mayo, commissioners; W. W.
Campbell, J. J. Kline, clerks; Red
mond C. Wolf Geo. D. Wray,
Precinct Seven: Zwolle's Studio
-Ben Oliver, Sam Kahn, W. B.
Waitman, commissioners; J. A.
Hammond, Henry Zwolle, clerks; A.
B. Liddell. M. L. Jackson, watchers.
Precinct Eight: Cook's store -
Joe Alford, Leonard White, Homer
Whittle, commissioners; Murray
Quiggles, Claudius- Dickson, clerks;
R. P. Moore, F. M. Kelly, watchers.
Precinct Nine: Brewer's store-
P. M. Mcdonnell, J. A. Winchester,
W. S. Lassiter, commissioners; F.
S. Waldman, E. F. Whitlach,
clerks; D. W. Ferguson, T. H. Stin
Precinct Ten: Jewella - B. M.
Dorrity, G. W. Leopard, W. D.
Roach, commissioners; E. D. Bland,
M. C, Monkhouse, clerks; G. W.
Leopard, H. M. Gatti, watchers.
Precinct Eleven: Rouidtree:s
store-Robert Mandell, 1. L. Hous
ton, J. C. Lipscomb, commissioners:
F. C. Nagle, Gordon Irons, clerks;
D. P. Eubank, A. Benoit, watchers.
Precinct Twelve: Roquemore's
store-J. W. Compton, M. E. Trow
bridge, C. O. Perkins, commission
crs; Claude L. Jones, Will Mercer,
clerks; Geo. P. Sipe, watcher.
Precinct Thirteen: Hoyer's store
--Joseph E. Johnston, Jr. J. R. Bart
lett, R. E. Royster, commissioners;
J. R. Bullard, J. T. Houston, clerks;
Jesse Johnson, Ira Cook, watchers.
Precinct South Highlands: South
Highlands Grocery store - E. J.
Roquemore, A. R. Liddell, Allen
Randall, commissioners; W. T. Wil
lis, W. H. Littlejohn, clerks; H. Clay
Polls will open at 6 a. im. and
close at 7 p. m. according to law.
A. QUERBES, Chairma,
W. A. MABRY, Secretary.
Caddo Parish Demieratl,
Of ibe KlIdd-auss aSYft aimpai ,
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF CADDO. .
PersQnally came and appeared be
tore me, L. e. Blanchard, a notaty
publie in and far the Parish of
Caddo, duly commissioned and
sw F. E. Russ, J. F. Russ, Glen
F. -Daly V. Trickett sad
lwight M. Patterson. all residents
of the Parish of Caddo, who de
clared unt me, notary, that avail
irg themselves of the laws of the
state of Loisiana .relative to the
organization otf eoorp05t1t s.
and do by these pret s, eat
aid agree to form themflae'es %SO
a corporaton and body politis for
the puposes hereinifter expressed,
d witha the ads ase: and imi
tiar t oas hereinafia? provided.
iho iname: o+ thi& isa relpoteon.
,ehabe Kidd-tR siS tty comp iM,
ine. an LU its cepetO c naise i
Ia have pwr to se a. sd
4lio with ,s ho Seirs.
, : s,. mite - , . i ti:
shaH b11e `a se>
._ ... .to -. , w •-ri . a
The c apIltaet of ,&a ct9
-0 -1 be ad he
P g'..,e, ,,ý "r :"J
in a representative capacity for
others, as agent or broker; to lease,
rent, purchase, sell, exchange or im
prove property for the purpose of
re-selling; to lease or own buildings
and parts of buildings for the pur
pose of sub-leasing or sub-renting
same, o0 in any other manner to
handle real estate as general real
estate agents or brokers, and to do
and perform all acts of every nature
and kind necessary to or incidental
to the conducting of a general real
The affairs of this corporation
shall be under the direction and
control of a board of directors com
posed of not less than three (3) nor
more than five (5), who shall be
annually elected, and who shall
serve when so elected until their
successors are duly elected and
There shall be an annual meeting
of the stockholders to be held at
the office of the company on the
first day of December of each year,
for the purpose of dispatching any
and all business which may come
before the stockholders of said cor
poration; provided, however, that
call meetings of the stockholders
may be had at any time upon the
call of the president and secretary,
or upon the call of 331-3 per cent
of the outstanding stock of the said
corporation, which said meeting
shall be called by regular written
notice addressed to the stockholders
of record at least ten (t0) days
prior to the holding of said stock
holders' meeting; provided, how-
ever, that the delay may be waived
by the unanimous, consent of all
the stockholders of said corpora
ARTICLE VIII. p
The first board of directors of this p
corporation shall be F. E. Russ, ti
president; J. F. Russ, vice-presi- c
dent; and Daly V. Trickett, secre- 14
tary-treasurer, and who, together p
With Glen F. Russ and Dwight M. a
Patterson, shall compose the first p
board of directors, and who shall a
serve until the first annual election tj
as herein provided for.
In case this'corporation shall be t
dissolved by the voluntary act of
the Stockholders, then and in that
event the affairs of said corpora
tion shall be placed in the hands
of one or more liquidators, to be
selected from among the stockhold
ers, who shall have futd power to
wind up, liquidate and settle the
affairs of this corporation.
Thus done and signed on this the
27th day of December, A. D. 1919.
F. E. RUSS
DWIGHT M. PATTERSON
(By F. E. R.)
GLENN F. RUSS
DALY V. TRICKETT
J. F. BRUSS
S. H. HOLBERT,
- E. H. CRANE.
L. C. BLANCHARD,
Enfdorsed: Filed and recorded this
27th day of December A. D. 1919.
W. M. LEVY.
Deputy, Clerk and Ex-Officio
STATE OF LOUIS(ANA,
PAifISH OF CADDO.
I hereby certify 'that the above
and foregoing is a true and correct
copy of thq origina as the same
Aeppeb on record in my office.
Given under my hand and seal of
o~fife 6n this the 27th" day of De
cember A. D. 1910.
W. M. LEVY.
Deputy Clerk and Ex-Officio
Caenaislan, Dec. SO, 1910.
Of the uletr Fi>aum CoaneP y,
ItAT OP LOUISIANA,
Sit' wa a, that on this the
tid day of December, in the year
odf t Lord, Nineteen R-mdred ind
Ninktee, before me, Robert A.
Cminc a notary public inr anid for
` BSian s i ttiu, 4uIy oom
I amd i quapiied, ans thea
of., ltbe witnreses
sen s a an ai*paed Ie sev
eea s - *bnse udede ieer
-an ao ed e ae
iae 04 a *ndwaiei# a sor
t- rmmw whieb
y-ie title of sar oar
'- L' lI -
sue and be sued, to make.'
a corparate seal, the same to breaK
or alter at pleasure; to hold, re
ceive, lease, purchase and convey
under its corporate name property,
both real and personal; to lend
money on security; to name and ap
point such officers and agents as
the interests and conveniences of
said corporation may require; to
make and establish such by-laws,
rules and regulations for the prop
er management of its affairs as
may be necessary, and the same to
change at pleasure, ant generall
to do all such acts as may be Ymec
essary and proper to carry out the
objects and purposes of said *or
The domicile of said corporation
shall be in the city of Shreveport,
state of Louisiana, and all citations
or other legal process shall be serv
ed upon the president of said cor
poration, or in his absence on they
vice-president, or in the absence of
these officers, on the secretary
The objects and purposes for
which this corporation is formed
are declared to be: To advance or
lend money or credits on the notes,
bonds or othet securities or obli
gations, secured or unsecured, of
any person, firm. or corporation; to
draw, accept, endorse, buy, sell and
deliver, exchange, deal in, guaran
tee, hold and enjoy, mortgage, hy
pothecate and otherwise dispose of
shares, stocks, bonds, debentures,
promissory notes,* obligations and
securities of any person, firm or
corporation; to acquire, purchase,
lease, sell mortgage, hypothecate,
pledge, dispose of and otherwise
deal in property, both real and
personal; to issue bills of exchange,
promissory notes, bonds, deben
tures and other obligations of this
corporation from time to time, and
to secure the same by mortgage,
pledge, deed of trust or otherwise,
and to sell, exchange, mortgage,
pledge or hypothecate the same for
any of the objects or purposes of
ARTICLE IV. a
The period of the existence of P
this corporation is hereby fixed at s
ninety-nine years unless sooner dis- t
solved under the provisions of law.
The capital stock of this corpor- 4
ation is hereby fixed at Fifty Thou- ]
sand Dollars ($50,100.00) divided in- 4
to five hundred (500) shares, oftr
One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) eacth
The corporate powers of this cor- 1
poration shall be exercised by a c
board of. directors, consisting of five 4
stockholders, who shall be elected a
by the stockholders annually on the 4
second Monday in January. A ma- i
jority of the board shall consti- 1
tute a quorum.
The board of directors shall elect
from among their number .a presi
dent, vice-president, and- secretary
treasurer. They shall also appoint 1
such other officers or employes as
may be necessary; and shall have
the power to fill all vacancies caus
ed by death, resignation or other
Justin R. Querbes, George Bishop,
Philip Lieber, W. G. Patterson and
J. A. Boring, all of Shreveport; La.,
shall constitute the first board of
directors,. to serve until the second
Monday in January, 1921, or until
their. successors are elected and
qualified; with Justin R, Querbes
as president; , George Bishop, vice
-president, and Philip Lieber as se
No stock shall be transferred ex
eept upon the books of the cor
This act of incorporation shall be
altered or amended fr modified by
proper vote of the stockholders in
acordance with iw.
Whenever this corporation is dis
solved 'by limitatide or otherwise,
i its affairs shall -be liquidated by
one liquidator appointed by the
stockholders at a meeting eqled for
No stokhbolder shall ever be held
! tlie or responsibl for the con
-trats or faiults- of this corporatio
hi greater sum than the unpaid
b6iag~eUe on his itok,~ g;or shall
fty g13 binft it in orgati a
ioa have th1 eft . f rendering
nf kmisettah d*t' emosing a stook
's to)a lis11llIty other than
. tas .te amount of s stoack sub
f|: In testimony wbfIr Wf, the parties
Vae sighed this iialtrument in the
- resece of $r C. I *ey and H. A.
VSu aell, competent -wtnesses, and
ens, notary, at Shraeeport, in the
-state of Louisiels, ot the day and
-dat irt zbm wr.rift
P_ tzti fjOueesaj Ureveport, La
Sh te row.
J. A. loring, Sillrvc l,-l.on, .a.. -*.
Andrew Querbes. Sh.ev ,9.r, ta..
J. H. Jordan. Whrc\vel.,ot. .at.. a,;
A. Mi. BourquiI 0Ilrg~opo t Ls.,
W. " . PattVeroIL ýlýPeltrr csoto ý"&.
50 shar. © o
B. C. rmBre ', '
3* A% einawit.
t. .I . OMAN.
sotar? Putic, fadds 'Parist?. la.
Endorsed: 5'iked an4 uenerwWeiS [dec.
Elei' an9 Ex-C)fficie vcowrder.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, -
PARISH )F CADD(O.
Y lsereby iertifp that the a.%oce
and foregoing is a true ant correct
copy of the original as the same
.ppear6 on record in my office.
Given under my hanA an@ seal
of office on this the 27th day of De
comber, A. D. 1919.
S. O. WILLIAMS.
Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder.
Caucasian, Dec. 30, 1919.
Of Louisiana - Apex Oil and Gas
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF CADDO,
Be it known, that on this the 5th
day of January, 1920, before me, a
ndtary public, duly commissioned,
came and appeared the several
persons whose names are hereun
to subscribed, who severally de
clared that availing themselves of
the provisions of the law's relative
to the organization of corporations,
and particularly of the provisions
of Act 267 of the General Assembly
of the state of Louisiana for the
year 191., they have united to form
and organize themselves, as well as
all such other persons who may
hereafter join or become associated
with them or their successors, into
a corporation for the objects and
purposes and under the covenants,
stipulations and articles following,
ARTICLE I. a
The name and title of this cor- f
poration shall be The Louisiana- b
Apex Oil and Gas Company, Incor- If
porated, and under said name shall
have and enjoy corporate existence n
and succession for a period of n
rinety-nine (99) years. It may have, o
hold, receive, borrow, lend ex- s
change, acquire by grant, gift or ,
purchase, devise or bequest, sell, a
alienate, dispose of, convey, lease, ti
pledge, pawn, hypothecate, encum
ber or mortgage property of any
kind, whether real, personal or
mixed, corporeal or incorporeal,
moveable or immovable. It may
make, issue and endorse bonds or 1
notes and other evidences of debt.
It may accept mortgages, pledges, f
or other forms of security for mon- r
eye loaned on other debts. It may
contract, sue and be sued. It may
adopt, make and use a common seal
and alter the same at pleasure. It
may hold stock in other corpora
tiona, and its capital stock may be
issued for capital stock in other
corpoations. It may make and ea
tabltia by-laws,, rules and regula
tions not inconsistent with this
charter or any existing law, fixing
or altering the management of its
property, the regulation and gov
ernmeVt of its affairs, and the man
ner of the certification and regis
tration of its stock. It may wind
up and dissolve itself, or be wound
up and dissolved in the manner pre
scribed by law. It may conduct busi
ness in this state, and in any foreign 1
country. It may drill wells for oil
and gas and other minerals, or con
tract for the drilling of oil and gas
wells and other minerals.
The domicile of this corporation
shall be in Shreveport, Louisiana,
and all oitati' n" or other legal pro
cess shall be : ved upon its presi
dent, or in the event of his ab
sence, uren -c first vice-president,
or in thb cv nt of the absence of
both of said officers, upon the sec
This corporation shall have the
power to conduct its business, in
:all of its branches, in any of the
states, territories or possessions of
the United States. as well as in
foreign countries, and may have one
or more officers outside of the state
, of Louisiana; the object and pilr
pose for which the said corporation
I is formed and the nature of the
k business to be carried on by it are
I hereby declared.to be:
I To locate, purchase, lease and ac
. quire land with the exclusive right
Sto prospect, drill, mine and bore
i and sink wells and shafts, and to,
Slet ou coaorcts for the sale; to
'41r. minig,. producing, refining.
manufacturving-. piping, transportl
ing. buying and selling petroleum
ant! other producte and by-pIod-
unek.: To buy. .ell, furnish and sup
pl1. same; .t* eplerate, c tuiiY. rnm
stirue9. unm1. ant timainlain eit? anit
gas yellos: ot, enier ihso contrra'cs
for 9lts purjyo. e btriig (.t eoil
-ot for rhe iurp ,- eI eoypating.
bu in4ing, eons·ructiig, uininigJg antd
maintsininC eit and gas wello for
othlr creons; to lay ant oaperate
pipe, Zines: to istiit. orenstruct, pnr'
clhase gnain'aiim avnt egperate isiaw
hotIceo. pumnping ptantS, gpip tineco
refineries, factories, tilt. tºtl6i
shope tabur enI .wtd lint hious.e
for 'ork-iexs and ethers; 1o nanu
facture, tiun, selt, import, export
anh deat? ii6 pumps, drills, =uses.
caps, eandles, uitro-glycerine, dy
namite and she necessary Inachin
cry, engines drills and all appli
ancee and conveniences for use in
connection with mining and drilling
lor oil and gas; to become agent
for third persons in the operation
and development of oil and gas
fields and oil and gas leases and
lands, and generally to do all and
everything necessary, suitable, con
venient or proper for the accom
llishment of any of the purposes
or of any one of the objects herein
enumerated or incidental to the
power herein named, or which shall
at, any time appear conductivd or
expedient for the protection or ben
efit of the corporation, either as
stoeholders of or interested in any
property or otherwise, with all the
liowers, now or hereafter conferred
by the laws of the state of Louisi
ana upon corporations organized
tinder the Act herein referred to.
The authorized capital stock of
this corporation is hereby declared
to be Th:ee lounitred Thousand
($303.(o0.~O,: I )liars, with the right
to increas:. same to the sum of One
Million ($1,000,000.00) Dollars, under
ile laws prescribed in such cases.
Sime shall be represented by three
thousand (3,000) shares of the par
value of One Hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each. The' said capital
stock shall he fully paid and non
assesable when issued. No trans
fer of said capital stock shall be
binding upon this corporation un
less recorded in the books thereof.
All of said stock shall be com
mon stock and shall be issued for
monies received for the purchase
of stock, for land, mineral leases,
services rendered, and work done
and performed for the said corpor
ation or given to the said corpora
The business affairs of this cor
poration shall be vested in and ex
crcised by a board of six directors,
to be elected from among its stock- 7
holders, and a majority of stock
holders at all times present in of
fice, either present in person or
represented by proxy, including the
president and other "fficers, shall I
constitute a quorum,
The board of directors shall have a
full and complete control of the
property of this company, and they
shall conduct, manage and use the
dame as in their discretion they
may deem best, if not inconsistent a
with the objects of the company and
the welfare of the same. The said
board of directors shall have the
further power to make, alter and
annul such by-laws and regulations
for the government of this corpora
tion as they may think proper.
Thh board of directors shall have
the further power to appoint all
agents, clerks and employes and fix
their salaries and compensation,
with terms of office, with the right
to dismiss them at pleasure, and
the said board shall have, the fur
ther right to fix and determine the
salaries of the several officers here
in provided for.
Any vacancy occurring on the
board of directors shall be filled
by the remaining members of the
said board for the unexpired term,
at any meeting of said board of di
The first board of directors of
this corporation is hereby fixed at
six in number, and shall be com
posed of the following: P. J. Stev
ens, Shreveport, La.; C. Stroud.
Shreveport, TLa.; A. V. Tillinghast,
Shreveport. La.; E. H. WIall, Shreve
port., La.; A. A. Raphiet, ihreweport,
La.; W. V. Tulloe, Slooringsport,
The following officers shall serare
until the first. annual meeting of
this corporation on the first Tues
day of February, 192! or until their
successors shall have been elected,
qualified and installed: President,
P. J. Stevens; vice-president, C.
Stroud; secretary and treasurer, A.
a meeting - or e-. .
this corporation sha1111 be held at
its dolicile for . he lpurpose of
electing directors or' the rnsuing
yvar. and at surle iite:inig the stock
holders ,nhal llah.e t1tie light of
eumulat ivea Sid ing `ia i strh ieion
TP rsai.S oowýýiº*rthef sihal first,
i atet. Iig thap gMunme of dlirtelors
for 3he e.nsui.tg lWeO. providet lthe
.'id aSIYkuIe eloe sto easede¶ Phe
umaainmwns trsvnler proviie(d fy this
c(%a.rero a914 aftiw nuc? aumbit has
hl)mis fiscl, .et sai4 atarkckR~dders
shalIl dulry .4.s emict .dirc1tora The
failurw S.rnes anl acres whatsoever
be Uol4 ttee annual snePting of the
sfockhotdere, or the failure to elect
direc'ore thereat shall not dissolve
this eorporation, nut the dlirectors
an& officers then in office shall
remain in office until their succes
sore shall have been duly elected
and qualified and installed.
Thi, charter may he amended and
the capital stock of this -corpora
lion may be increased or decreased
or Ihis corporation may be dissolv
ed in the method and manner Vro
vided by law.
No stockholder of this corpora
tion shall ever be held liable or
responsible for the contracts or
faults of this corporation in any
further sum than the unpaid bal
ance of stock for which he has sub
scribed, nor shall any mere infor
Inality in organization have the ef
feet of rendering this charter null
or of exposing stockholders to any
liability other than as above pro
This done and passed before me
in my office on this the 5th day of
January, 1920, in the presence of
T. M. Wierick and R. Lee Richard
son, competent witnesses, who here
unto sign their names with the said
appearers, and me, notary, after
reading the whole.
Names of subscribers, postoffice
addresses of subscribers, number of
shares of stock which each agrees
P. J. Stevens, 250 shares, Shreve
Conway Stroud, 250 shares,
A. Y. Tillinghast, 250 shares,
Edwin H. Hall, 250 shares, Shreve
A. A. Raphiel, 250 shares, Shreve
W. V. Tullos, 250 shares, Moor
T. M., WIERICK
R. LEE RICHARDSON.
LEWELL C. BEUHER,
Endorsed: Filed and recorded this
7th day of January, A. D. 1920.
W. M. LEVY,
Deputy Clerk and Ex-Officio
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF CADDO.
I hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a true and correct
copy of the original as the same
appears on I'ecord in my office.
Given under my hand and seal of
office on this the 7th day of Janu
ary, A. 1). 1920.
W. M. LEVY.
Deputy Clerk and Ex-Officic
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day bought from the Rodessa
Oil & Land Company, a Tennessee
corporation, their entire interest in
their mercantile business at Rodes
sa, Louisiana, including merchan
dise and accounts payable to the
company and have assumed all ob
ligations due by the company and
will continue to conduct a general
mercantile business at the same
place, for my account. This the
31st day of December, 1919.
RODESSA OIL & LAND CO,
By S. J. Eggleston, president.
Caucasian Jan. 3, 1920.
The Rodessa Oil & Land Com
pany, a Tennessee corporation, and
doing a general mercantile business
at Rodessa, La, tnder the name
of RIodess Etil3 & eandU Company,
have this elay .A3$ their antire if
terest i Pie .·tcli o.f merchandise
and account. to 0. P. O ggleston, of
Rodessa, touisians. WIe assuming
all .utstantding .obigations uow due
by the sorporation an* he will con
tinue the business as heretofore for
his own account, under his own
name, this the 31st day of Decem
RODESSA OIL & LAND CO,
By J. F. Mathis, president.
Caucasian Jan. 9, 1920.