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Local anit -
Personal
News of a Week as Told
w» by tbe Baaner Reporters
—Bev. and Mrs. G. C. Dennis are ewjoy
ing a visit with friends residing in Bien
ville Parish.
—Mrs. Eugenia Cannon, of Baton Bouge,
is visiting her brothers, Messrs. W. G. and
J. E. Burt, this week.
—Miss Mary Pope Ogilvie is enjoying
another visit of several weeks with her
sister. Mrs. B. H. Leo, of Minden.
—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adger and family, of
Belcher, came in Tuesday morning to visit
for several days at the home of Mrs. J. E,
Adger, sr.
—Mrs. W. I,. Keith was called Sunday
afternoon to the bedside of her mother, Mrs.
Sam Brunson, who resides near Goodwill,
Webster Parish.
—A visitor in Benton to-day. tor tbe first
time in several years, is Mr. Turner Herron,
of Gilmer's Landing. Old friends were
pleased to see him.
—Mrs. G. L. Gould, residing near Hughes
Spur, left Tuesday for El Dorado, Ark., to
spend the week with her husband, who has
employment near there.
—Marcia Gray Henderson, who spent
several weeks at the home of her uncle and
aunt, Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Bugg, of Belcher,
returned home Tuesday morning.
—A subscriber has contributed a para
graph reading : " Little Miss Margaret
Gould, of Seven Pines, spent last week with
her grandmother, Mrs. V. L. Gould, of
Hughes Spur."
—Mrs. Elliott Hoffpnuir, of the Hughes
Spur community, returned home Monday
from tbe Homer oil field, where she visited
her sister, Mrs. D. B. Foster, and friends
during the past week.
—An appreciated business caller Monday
forenoon was Mr. Ellison M. Adger, of
Greenwood. He is advertising for sale in
the Banenr at present several head of
Jersey eows fresh in milk.
—Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hodges, of Elm
Grove, accompanied by their daughter, Miss
Mary B. Hodges, Mrs. Pearl Gully Garland.
Mrs. J. H. Mercer and Mrs. N. Ç. Brawn'
lee, comprised a party here to register as
voters Tuesday. >
—Mr, W. C. Ivey has secured the contract
and at present has teams busy in hauling
to Benton, for the Gulf Refining Company,
the rig. lately used in putting down a test
well in section 13-20-12 (Fairdoth commun
ity). It is soon to be shipped.
—Banker W. I>. Smith, after an absence
of more than two weeks; is back "On the
Job at the Bank of Benton. He says there
arc better crops right here in Bossier Par
ish—of both cotton nnd com—than he saw
anywhere.In the several states visited.
—At a total cost of fliso Mr. A. M.
Teague, residing five miles east of Benton,
advertised in six issues of the Banenr from
10,000 to 20,000 potato slips for sale. He
stopped by some days ago to order the ad
discontinued, saying it had sold for him
all his potato slips, with orders still
coming in.
—Mr. E. 8 . Bnrt, Farm Demonstration
Agent for Bossier Parish, expects to leave
Tuesday of next week for Baton Bouge to
attend a convention of the parish agents
of the state, not to return home until Au
gust 5th. If you wish his services during
the next few days It* would be well to get
In touch with him at once.
—Mrs. Hall Nattln. of Ta.vlortown ; Mrs.
Robert Poole, of near Xinock, and Mr. Jeff
Maltme, of near Arkana, were three voters
to come here to register yesterday. As
Arkana and Xinock are located something
more than 50 miles apart, it is to be seen
that the privilege of voting in the August
23d primary election is highly prised by
some residents of the parish.
—It was about ten years ago, we think,
that talk about the boil weevil being a
blessing in disguise went -the rounds. The
inference was that cotton farmers were to
meet soch reverses because of the ravages
of the little pests that they would at last
get away from both he one crop idea and
the practice of demanding advances from
their merchants friends. It was hoped
these things would come to pass, but It
didn't work out that way. But 1021 la
affording another ■ chance in that direction.
The bottom dropped ont of the staple some
months ago, the boll weevil is perhaps mare
active than ever before, and when the small
farmer went forth to secure advances the
first of the year he met with a flat refusal—
at least, In many instances. But the
farmers are living on, and living well
enough ; and making a crop, and that crop
is more diversified than heretofore. So It
For Sale or Trade
Am offering for sale a quantity of fine
Hay, or will trade for cattle, bogs,
corn, cotton seed, peas, velvet beans,
molasses. of potatoes, to be taken at
Shreveport prices. Hay priced at from
$10 to $20 per ton. 'Phone, 877-M—
nights. Address—Benton, La., Route 2.
[2-tf] T. A. Tidwell.
$15 Reward
Will be paid for the return to me at
Princeton, or information leading to
tbe recovery of a brown mare MULE,
now eatrayed some months. Weight,
about 1000 pounds ; t hink she has small
white spot on hip. Address—Haugh
ton, La., Route 1. F. E. Bubkaok.
Lost
On June 26th, in Shreveport, or on the
ibUc road leading from Shreveport to
I «ant of-Benton,.«
j<U^uln 8 .. I '
'paid-iter t&eftr recovery.
|_at Banner office or deliver to me.
* H. D. South ers.
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Lumber
<*. cy press and
-------Willow Bend plantation,
pro miles west of Benton. Give me vour
anders for quick sendee. About 40,000
fKt of good,- clear lumber now on yard,
«bd mill is-being operated every day.
iy„[7-tf] J. D. Gleason.
t New Hay For Sale
pfeife, Johnson grass and alfalfa add
Jffimsoa gras« mixed—take your choice.
OKtat 500 bales of aid Johnson
heg «t 25 cento a hale. Apply at
low Bend Farm, near Benton.
16-tf] J. M. Sentell, Jr.
Green Alfalfa
i. Vancëville. For prices
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must be true (praise to the saints) that
we are getting away from the credit system.
—" Pay as you enter" is a mighty good
slogan, even if it was started by the street
car people.
—Mr. John Parker and his father, of the
Ivan community, were in Benton on busi
ness Tuesday. ; . »
—Something more than two inches of
rain fell here last night, and this morning
the clouds still Unger.
—Messrs. T. W. W. StinSon and A. M.
Wyche left yesterday for Lake Bodcau to
camp and fish for three days.
—Miss Eva Hoffpauir, of the Rocky
Mount community, was a guest of Miss
Pattie Ogilvie the first of this week.
—Miss Beaulah Weaver and Mr. Fred
Martin were quietly married here by Justice
of Peace J. H. Montgomery last Saturday
afternoon.
—Plain Dealing defeated the local tram
in a game of baseball played here Tuesday
afternoon, tbe score being 4 to 1. Only
seven innings were played.
—Mrs. Percy Thompson, in Natchitoches
for some weeks, has written to soy that her
Banner should again be forwarded to St.
Landry, Evangeline Parish—her home.
—Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Belchey Jeff Sun
day afternoon for their, home in Belcher,
after a week's visit at the home of Mrs.
J. E. Adger, sr., Mrs. Belcher's mother.
—Mrs. George P. Demoss, of Plain Deal
ing, is hère to-day to appear before the
School Board in her own behalf aqd that
of the other married lady teachers of the
parish.
—The Benton "Juniors" defeated the
"Juniors" from Plain Dealing in a hotly
contested baseball game played here last
Saturday afternoon. The' final .score was
20 to 0 .
—Mrs. C. D. Paul and Mrs. W. L. David
son, of Gilliam, spent Monday here visit
ing relatives. Mrs. Davidson returned to
her home that afternoon hut Mrs. Paul
remained over several days longer.
—As forecasted in last week's Issue of
the Banenr, Misses Grace Larkin and Buby
and Jennie Mae Montgomery left Tuesday
to join a party of tourist who will visit
cities and points of interest is the East and
North.
—Mr. W. D. Smith, cashier at the Bank
of Benton, returned home Monday evening
from a visit of several weeks in various
parts of Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kansas and
also, his borne town, In Concordia Parish,
this state.
—CrosyJn Montgomery was arrested in
Benton Sunday* for speeding and that eve
ning happened to an accident on the Shreve
port-Manafield -road in which another car
he was driving turned over, causing «light
injuries to his bead.
—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Capita and their
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Reno,
all of the Elm Grove community, were
among those here yesterday to register.
They Were appreciated cailers at the Banner
office, witnessing our linotype machine in
operation, seeing a demonstration Of the
new folding machine, etc.
—Mrs. TV. H. Scanland has Jost had a
letter from' her youngest son, Lieut.-Com.
F. W. Scanland, who writes that on the 1st
he was detached from the battleship l'tàh
and ordered to proceed to the Canal Zone
to assume command of a division oT sub
marines. His present address is: Sub
marine Base, Coco Solo, Canal Zone.
—Mr. Claude Falrcloth, of the Bellevue
Bridge community, was an appreciated
caller Monday. He reported the finest kind
of corn and the poorest kind of cotton out
his way. And such have been tbe reports
to come in from most comunities. It would
seem that cotton was planted this season
just to keep the boll weevil alive. Anyway,
he's going to he the biggest benefactor
from that crop.
—The Banner has a new neighbor—a
brand new one, if you please. She is a
pretty little brown-eyed, black-haired girl,
horn Monday afternoon at 1.15 o'clock, and
has already won her way into tbe good
graces of everybody over at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Whittington. She has
been given the name Anna Rebecca Whit
tington. for her tyro grandmothers—Mrs.
J. B, Whittington, of Brownlee, and Mrs.
O. P. Harris, of naughton. We extend
congratulations and best wishes all the
way round.
—The Banner's serial story, " The Voice
of the Pack," having been brought to a close
with last week's issue, we are this week
publishing a four-page paper, and will
continue to do so some weeks, that the of
fice force may have the benefit of a needed
rest, and so that we may catch up with
bookkeeping, collecting, etc. Wc have in
tbe office plates for another good serial
story, but at the time wc are not sure when
its publication will be begun. It has proved
a source of satisfaction to hear so many of
the Banner's patrons say they enjoyed read
ing the story Just brought to a close.
—The many Benton old friends of Rev.
J. M. Brown, of Belcher, were pleased to
have him as a guest the better part of two
days and nights. He was here Sunday to
preach at the Methodist Church for Bev.
T. J. Ilolhtday, of Plain Dealing, who at
the time was conducting a meeting else
where. At the Sunday morning services
conducted by Mr. Brown Master Jjjjnes
Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burt, and
Imogene Montgomery, dnughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Montgomery, united with the
church. They were converted during the
revival meeting recently held at the Baptist
Church.
—An agreeable and appreciated -caller
at the Banner office Thursday of last week
was Mr. John E. Young, a sucessful farmer
of the Ivan community. Mr. Young believes
in a variety of crops and plants compara
tively, but little cotton. Also, he has for
some years now been a velvet bean convert.
We enjoyed hearing him relate hts ex
periments and successes with the velvet
bean, and of particular interest was his
reference to how the crop builds up soil.
Having planted them some jfears, he should
know, and we here again, on the strength
of this and many other favorable reports,
venture the assertion that tbe Velvet l>ean
is going to come into wide popularity in
Bossier Parish—and to sfey, Mr. Young,
by the way, reported some cxtnt fine corn
on his place. He haa counted the hills in
a row and the.fows to an acre, W<t; esti
mates that the yield will easily he, 25
bushels per acre, or more. And between
the row* of corn there thrives the popular
velvet bean.
7f
Hereford Bull;
Am now offeritu* for sal«.« fine Here
ford Boll, weight about 1250 pounds;
also, twenty-five to fifty freeh cows and
springers. 'Phone, 877-M-diighto. Ad
dress—Benton, La., Root« 1.
I2-tf] T. AcTroinetL.
Your Old Shoes
Let Jim Thidor, of Plain Dealing, fix
them up. Half soles, rubber heels, etc.,
at moderate price«. Residents of Jfen
ton and community may leaveiwork
for Mr. Thidor at the Banner office.
For Sale ,
A Howard Piano, with mandolin at
tachment In good «gfdUlon, and
cheap at the price—$lM' Apply to
Mrs. W. H. Corah*, Bora» Cltyf La.
Bushel
lids, for «sie. We have onhaud
of these baaketj^and can
prices. Address^. H.
Plain Dealing, La.
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B. and L. OIL COMPANY, Inc.
United Stott» of America—State of Louis
iana—Parish Of Caddo.
Be nr fNOWN, That-on this, 5th day of
July, la the year at our Lord One Thousand
Nine Hundred Twenty-One (1021), before
me, the undersigned Notary Publie, duly
appointed, commissioned .and qualified in
and for Caddo Parish, Louisiana, and in tbe
presence of the witnesses herein named, and
undersigned, personally came and appeared
the several persons whose names are hereto
subscribed, who severally declared that,
availing themselves of the provisions of the
laws of this State relative to corporations,
and particularly Act. No. 267 of the Gen*
eral Assembly of Louisiana . bât the year
1814, and its amendments, they rave formed
gnd organiesd, and. by these presents do
form and organise themselves* foto g cor
poration And body politic in taw for the
objects and purposes hereinafter set forth,
and to that end they hereby formulate and
adopt tbe following Articles of Incor
poration :
article l
The name and title of this corporation
hereby formed shall be tbe B. and L. Oil
Company, Incorporated, sad Its domicile
is hereby fixed in Bossier City, Bossier Pnr*
ish, Louisiana, where all meetings of the
stockholders must be held, provided, that,
with the written consent of all directors,
valid meetings of the Board of Directors
(Üßf fee held elsewhere than at its domicile.
AbTïCLfi R,
The objects nnd purposes of this corpora
tion shall bo to hold, receive, have, pur
chase, improve, alienate, sell, pledge, mort
age and hypothecate in its corporate name,
prpperfy, real, personal, mixed; to locate,
purchase, ieasa aud ftpqglre land, with the
exclusive right to prosecute, ~ drill, mine,
bore, and sink wells and shafts ; to produce!
convey and transport oil, petroleum and
gas ; to carry on the business of storing and
prospecting for, mining, producing, refining,
manufacturing, sjprjgg, piping, transport
ing, buying and selling petïolcH» agd ofber
oil products and other minerals ; to' uuitd',
construct, purchase, maintain and operate
warehouses, pumping plants and pipe lines ;
I® d*» g geperal brokerage business in oil
and gas leg« es, pe»l < 1 B <1 personal property ;
to borrow or raise money |>y the issue pf
«Oter of any ktpd. and ip such manner as
too company may sqe fit; to make, accept,
endorse ana execute promisof-y notes, bills
of exchange and otite? negotiable instru
menta, and ail things neccuuHff agd inci
dental to the general mining business.
ARTICLE m.
AB citations and other legal processes
«hail pe served upon the President of the
corporation, or in the event of h|s absence,
Upon the Vb-epresident, OP 1« the aosenge pf
both of the», upon tbe Secretory-freas.
urer.
ARTICLE IV.
The.period of existence or duration of this
Corporation is hereby fixed at ninety-nine
( 88 ) years from date of this act, unless
sooner dissolved under tbe provisions of
law/ * . '
ARTICLE V.
This corporation shall have the power to
contract, sue nnd be sued ; to make and use
a corporate seal and the same to alter at
pleasure ; appoint such offlcrcs as the busi
ness of this corporation shall require ; to
make- such bylaws, rules and regulations
for the government Of this corporation as
may be necessary,* and tbe gome fg alter or
change at will.
ARTICLE VI.
. The authorised capital stock of this cor
poration is hereby fixed at Fifty Thousand
Dollars ($50,000) divided into Five Hun
dred Shares (500) of the par value of One
Hundred Dollars ($100) each.
The authorised capital stock of tirls cor
poration may be increaa«d to One Hundred
Thousand Dollars ($100,000), by complying
with the law in such cases made arid pro
vided.
All shares of stock shall be paid for in
money or in property conveyed to this cor
poration, or in labor performed in behalf
of this corporation.
This corporation shaB be authorised to
eouuaence business when 50 per cent of its
authorised capital stock has been subscribed
and fully paid for.
ARTICLE VII.
The business affairs of this corporation
shall be unde? the management and control
of tbe Board of Directors, to pc composed
of throe or more stockholders, the mgtopify
of whom shall constitute a quorum, which
Board of Directors shall be invested with
all the corporate powers of this corporation,
subject, however, to any restrictions which
may be stipulated In this charter.
The Board of Directors shgll elect a Pres
ident, .Vicepresident, Sccretry and Treas
urer, «nd such other officers as may be
necessary for the management of the affairs
of this corporation; they shall have power
to fill all vacancies occuring by death, res
ignation, or otherwise. The office of Sec
retary and Treasurer may be combined, and
held by one and the same person.
The following stockholders shall consti
tute and compose the finit Boord of Direc
tors: Charles G. Laskey. George Belefeic
«fid :J- C. Pugh, jr., with Charles G. Laskey,
President ; J. Ç. Pugh, jr., Vicepresident,
and George Beichte, Secretary-Treasurer.
The first Board of Directors shall bold
office until the first Monday in April, .1822,
at which time, and annually thereafter, a
.new Board of Directors shall be elected by
a majority of the votes cast by the stock
holders, each tockholder being entitled to
cast, either in person or by proxy, one vote
for each share of stock owned by him.
Notice of the bolding Of the annual stock
holders' meeting shall be given by letter,
addressed to them, or by publication In any
newspaper at the domicile of this corpor
atloh for three times, ten days prior to
said meeting.
Tbe failure or omission to hold the annual
election of officers of this corporation in the
manner, and at the time and place spec
ified in this charter, shall in no manner
suspend or effect the business of this cor
poration, but the corporate othee*s then in
charge shall lfold office until their places
are filjed by a new election to be provided
for by the Board pf Directors.
ARTJeLg VÏJL
No transfer Of stock shall be binding upon
this corporation unless tbe same shall have
been made upon application of the owner or
his authorised agent, and is duly entered
ttpvtt the books of this corporation.
A8TICI-E «.
This charter may he amended and its
capital stock increased or decreased by com
plying with tbe provisions of tbe law in
such cases made and provided.
When this corporation is dissolved, by
liquidation or otherwise, its affairs shall be
liquidated or settled by one or more liqui
dators, elected or appointed by the stock
holders, at a meeting called for that pur
pose, and such liquidators shaB have power
of
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Where the Big Crowd Eats
When' lit Shreveport.- - 1
-«The Columbia
Rotaarant and Lunch Room
5tl Market Street
Dining Parlor for ladies In back per.
tion of room.
Native Game, Oysters and other Sea
Foods when in season.
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There shall be no preferred stock, but all
stock shall be of the same class, equal in
all respects, including Its voting power.
article XI.
It Is hereby declared that each member
of the Board of Directors hereinabove
named is the owner in his own name and
right, fully paid for and unencumbered, of
at least one share of capital stock of this
corporation, and hereafter each director
elected shall possess a like qualification.
ARTICLE XII. *
The subscribers to these articles pf Incor
poration, their respective postoffice ad
dresses, and the statement of the number
of shares of stock each agrees to take in
this corporation, ace as follows :
Käme. Address. Share».
Charles G. Laskey Shreveport, La. 125
George Belchic Shreveport, La. 125
J, C. Pugh, Jr. • Shreveport, La. 16
ARTICLE XIII,
No stockholder of this corporation shall
ever be held liable for the contracts or
faults of this corporation in any further
sum than the Unpaid balance due the cor
poration on the shares of stock issued to
nnd owned by him, except in such cases
Whore tlie Irw makes them liable fer violât
lug certain provisions thereof.
In testimony whereof the parties have
signed this instrument, in tbe presence of
tbe 'undersigned competent witnesses, and
me. Notary Public, on the day and date first
above mentioned, as the date hereof.
Cra«. G. Laskky.
Geo. Belchic/
by Chas. G. Laskey.
Witnesses : POOH, Jr.
M. D. Hayes.
O. J. Dykes.
Abe Goodman. Notary Public,
Endorsed —Filed for record July 12, 1921,
at three o'clock p.m.
Jas. M. Henderson,
Clerk and ete-offlcio Recorder.
Kgdorsft — Recorded July 12, 1921, in
Charter Book of Morcgages, Volume yo,
page 56. Jas. M. Henderson,
Clerk and ex-officio Recorder.
State of Louisiana , Parish of flossier,
I hereby certify that the above and fore
going is a true and correct copy of ftae orig
inal acf as (he same now appears on file in
this office, duly recorded July 12, 1821, In
ffiarter Boofc of Mortgages, Volume W,
page 66 et sen, Bossier Parish reperd#
Given under my hand and seal, officially,
this, 12th day of July, A. D. 1921.
Jas. M. Henderson,
(28] Clerk and ex-officio Recorder.
{SHERIFF" jä SALE.
Vo, 8-W7. In Second District Court, Bossier.
Parish, Louisiana. Federal Land Bank pf
Veto Orleans vs, Mrs. Mjlbrp W, Welch,
Cutrix of D. A. Welch,
By virtue of a writ of seizure nnd sale,
issued from the Second District Court, of
Bossle» Parish, Louisiana, and fo me direc
ted, 1 have aetsed, end «(]] sell at public
auction, for cash, and according to law, at
the principal front door of the Court House
of Bossier Parish, Louisiana, during legal
hours of sale, on Saturday, July 30, 1921
the following described property, to-wit :
The west half of northwest quarter and
southeast quarter of northwest quarter, sec
tion 20. township 19, range 12, located in
Bpsalep Parish, Louisiana.
(*»|d property to b« sold a belopgipg fo
the above untried riefcadpjtf,' to pay and
satisfy the sum of $ 2 lftd, with MA pep pept
per annum interest thereon fpom April 1 ,
1919, until paril, less credit of $96.80, paid
on account of interest February 3. 1920.
and less credit of $ 21 , paid on account of
principal, on said date, and less another
credit of capital stock subscription amount
ing ta *Lî5 ; and all cost of salt. Including
10 per cent on said soot and interest, as
attorney's fees. j. F . Ar * Ui
Sheriff and ex-officio Auctioneer.
June 2d, 1821- (jh>r 28}
CONSTABLE'S SAL».
J. F. Edwards vs. Bt. ft. James. Ho, »/. !n
Third Justice's Court, Parish of Bossier,
State of Louisiana.
Notice Is hereby given that, by virtue of a
writ ot-fieri faocias, Issued by S. P. John
ston, Justice of the Peace for the Third
WfiFd pf fbe Parish of Bossier, in favor of
J. ¥■ Mwafds ud prüfest St. M. James,
and to mu directed, f Wf ' ' '
a.m., on Saturday, the
1921, at the office of the
Peace, in the Third Ward, i* said parish,
offer for sale at public auction the following
described property, to-wit. -
Aa uudlvjdfd Interest of all h}s right
and titles to the fellowiag property : The
southeast quarter of northwest quarter nqri
south half of northeast quarter of northwest
quarter and southwest quarter of northeast
quarter and south half of northwest quarter
of northeast quarter of section 13. and
southwest quarter of northwest quarter
and south half of northwest quarter of
pPfthwest quarter of section 13. all in town
ship 2 fe, gorth, pf farjge 18, wrist.
Seised as the Ptofiorty of Sf. If. James,
under said writ of fieri facias,
J. D. Waggoner, Constable,
Jane 23, 1021, fJuly 28}
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Ko. 8177. In Second District Court, Bossier
Parish, Louisiana. Bank of Minden vs.
F. B. Fan Arsdel.
By virtue of a" writ of seizure and sale.
Issued from the Second District Court of
Bossle? Parish. Louisiana, and fa me direct
ted, i have seised and will sell $t publip
auction, for cash, and according to few, at
the pririclpal front door of the Court House
of Bossier Parish, Louisiana, during the
legal hours of sale, on Saturday, August
20, 1921, the following described property,
to-wlt:
The west half of northwest quarter,
southeast quarter of northwest quarter,
norites}: Sgsrter of southwest quarter and
north half of souArieast quarter of south
west quarter of section 18, towuahiu JN
range 11, containing 189 acres, In Bpasiej
Parish, Louisiana.
Said property to be sold as belopgipg to
the above defendant, to pay the debt spec
ified in said writ, as well as all costs of
suit.
J. F. Adair,
Sheriff and ex-officio Auctioneer.
July "*14, 1921. (aug 18]
SHERIFF'S SALE.
No. 7m. Tn Second District Court, Bossier
Parish, Louisiana. Bauman George Piano
Company versus E. B. Hamner
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued
from the Second District Court, of Bossier
Parish, Louisiana, and to me directed, I
feiye seised and will sell at public auction,
for çgsb, i)ud according to Inw, at the prin
ci t »al I'ccqtf dppf pf the Cpurf: Hop«- of Bos
sier Parish, Louisiana, dgrtng fee legal
hours of sale, on Saturday, the 39th day of
July, 1921, the following described property,
fe-wtt :
fhä apjifeeast quarter of northeast qnar
ter, south hglf pf uprfheast quarter of
northeast quarter, northeast quarter of
southeast quarter and 4 actes off thé south
west quarter of southeast quarter, section
29, township 17 , range II, situated In Bos
sier Parish, LfeiistfeM,
SuW property to be sqld : as belonging to
the above named defendant, to pay the debt
specified fe said writ, together with Infer,
ent, attorney's fees and all cost of this suit.
„ J. F. Ada»,
Sheriff and ex-officio Auctioneer.
Juafi 23 , mi. [July 28 J
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T' '«■ • «K Relia hi*. Sin** nev .
Sellable Since «**-?******•♦«••*
Stelu-Bloch and Fashion Park^H y grade Clothes are la
in this sale we launch to-day—Our Greatest
Clothing Clearance
Adhering steadfastly to our policy of years, we again —- i ;
our semiannual clearance. We are makiug amazing r*dn%
throughout This is your opportuuity-the opportunirt ^
clothing of the very highest quality at the lowest prfraL "
this season— l ce *
$27.1S tor Spring Suits worth up to $40j$$
$36.75 tor Spring Suits worth up to $55.00
$46.75 tor Spring Suits worth up to $70.00
I'alm Beach Coats and Pants—$15 values $ 1175 - sis
values, $13.75. ' *
»«1 $»
SI
Mohair and Shantung Silk—$22.50 and $25 values, Jibr. ta*
and $32.50 values, $22.75; $35 values. $27.75. ' **
Tropical Coats and l'alita— $35 and $37.50 values, $27 75- «ra'Ja^
$45 values, $29.75 ' **®* a 6 ]
$5 per cent Discount on Men's Odd Trousers Boys' »tirto- '
Suits and Regatta Wash Suits. Other prices in keeping with fera*
This Sale Strictly Cash—Nothing Will Be Charged
Wsm
M. LEVY CO. I
Levy Building—Shreveport
Successors to M. Levy's Sons " Home ot tfcod
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WELLMAN'S
Undertaking Parlors
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Telephones, 187
616-615 Texas Street
Shreveport,
49 5$
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• Send Mall Orders to
j G. G. WILLIAMS PRINTING
• G. G. WILLIAMS, Manager SHREVEPORT, L0UISIJ
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No More Dingy
Country Stores
TÜ will not be long before tile dingy
country store will be a thing of the
past. Deico-Iiight is changing all
Any Cftunjy;ÿ ggg» àgfy fjßtv be
as brighj us its brightpsf cpm
pptitof. )
You country store keepers, do you re
alize what a great bum nett* asset
good light is?
If you would like to see how Delco--.
Light will brighten up your store let
us know and we will show you any
evening you say.
L. C. DAVIS, Dppler
2JO Texas Street, Shrcvcporjt '
öffloe Supplies
and Stationery
Learn to look to ns for the beat there
Is In tbe supplies and paper stocka we
•re supposed to handle. They are here.
Art us about Filing Cabinets, Loose
1 £ f mf Led««» and devices. Blank Books,
ää iiÄ'is
print to please our patrons.
CASTLE PRINTING CO, *
519-21 Spring Street, SHRSVHPOBT
THOMAS W. ROBERTSON
• Attorney *M Çou B ,ello r «t La w
Long Distance Telephone, No. $605
316-317-318 Merchants Building
Shreveport, La.
R. H
LEE
Attorney at Law
Minden, La.
WIU,practice ip fee Cpuifa of WßlWfe? ,
ODa Bosnier Patistyi'ts. .|
w. w. McDonald
Attorney at Law c'
Minden, La.
Civh, and criminal taw. Special attention
given to cases from'Bossier Parish Will
practice in all courts. [39-lyJ
constructing
Highway—3,Ofi
BIDS INVITED.
EC 8SSK * fee
MonH« 1 "«Li 0 12 PV'ook S
«Ä5ÄL?"' *" h**J&
Bossier Cirt-Coushatta
miles—Bossier Parish.
Information as jo location, character' of
work, extent and class pf materials, terms
of muîmittln gulaflons governing mapney
of submitting proposals and executing con
£ C L ? **> r ; m »MiHcatloo, he obtained at
tbe office of the State Highway Department,
Ddscax Bi jk,
State Highway Engineer.
;FRAN$:.M,.KraB, .
Chief State Engineer.
President Board of «tote Engluât».
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I Old 'phone. 1806 New
! Wm. J. Al
\ Funeral Dii
; and Embali
QPM PA If AJfp Iff
739 Marshal street, 81
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4g Accurate abstracts of i
f and lots in Bossier Pm
niahod on short notice.
It la Better to Be !
4 TH *??tf
Bossier Ah
and Title Cei
Rt 8* HIM-»
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Office at Court Howe, !
Telephone, 371-1
When Dealing la R«
Demand
an Abstract
of Title
BOSSIER ABSTRACT
232^ Milam Street
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Brothers Pry
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Dry God'
Notions, Fvrnlahlag
HP-lf-14-18
SHREVEPORT, LA*
GOVERNMENT DEPAI
PRACTICE.
INCOME TAX—CLAIMS FOR
AND ABATEMENT.
Retiring from Congress 1
years' service, I wish to w
opening of my iVashiqgtonj
tiie handling of Income
and the presentation
arising before fee various
Departments.
I have the services pf
perte in Iucomp Tax ingt
All business will receive :
attention and be kept in
fidence. Most icspectfu^f^
Eighth Floor, Home Life
15th and G Streets,- N. r
Washington, D. C.

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