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Vicksburg, - - Miss.
SUMMER TIME IS COMING. GET COOL, COMFORTABLE FURNITURE. We have the famous "Leon ard" Cleanable Refrigerator, and "Vudor" Porch Shades, Ham mocks, Porch Chairs, and Mat tings. iPMail orders given prompt and careful attention. We pay freight on all orders of $30.00 and over. RICE & CO. $2.50 (Next to Post Office.) Mississippi Electric Co., Electrical Contracting and Repairing, and Hose Wiring a Specialty. - "AiENTS hJlmrs-Dltreit White-Steamier MOTOR CARS MOTOR CARS Price: Price: $1,500 $2,000 $2,750 $4,000 Garage and Automobile Livery. Electrical and Automobile Supplies of All Kinds. II Cor. Clay and Monroe Sts. Vicksburg, M iss. A. G. CASSELL CO., (-Ln cro-r to Hlardaway & ('u.cll) Wholesale Druggists. and Retail J[anuftf"urrrs of the Fiimous F'mtnily Remedies '"" ' Hill City Chill Tonic Hill City Antisep::c Hill City Liver Pills Hill City Cough Balsam Hill City Sarsaprilla Hill City Hog & Cholera Cure Hill City Horse and Hill City White Cattle Powder Lodestone Liniment Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's Chill Tonic They are Considered Standard Wherever Sold. Corner Clay and Washington Sts. It Vicksburg, M iss. -Al BAKER & SON. Summer I.xuries.ab I sn ama.sk and Napkins. F.Ii line of Staple Dry Goods, &c. Home-spun Silk. In colors. McCall's Patterns. Jacquards. 'uEsah Silk. epp atin). Summer Necessities. Mercerized iengaline. Valley Queen Brocade, pink and blue. Ice ' ream Freezers. Flaxon Linen. Bobbonet Bars. White and T'Ian inen. an lllllnOck s. Linen Finish Slliting. Men's "B. V. I). IUnderwear." Handkerchief Linen ,awn. In col- Full line of Sutuminer Underwear or, for Ladies ar.d Men. Solesette, white and colors. Full stock fancy low quartershoes. Pure linen lawn. Fauncy White 1Wainting, all grades. WESSON ('OOKINO OIL, best Cross-Barred Il ernitv. shortuing mnade absolutely pure. Fancy Iace Emubroidery Shirt Itry it nd be convinced. Waist Front s. GOOD THINGS TO EAT! JUST RECEIVED. EE i. WATTS KEARNY & SONS, 419-423 Grawier Street, E NEW ORLEANS, - - - LA. S~ Building and Plasterig Mateial. DEXTER Fire Clay Stove Pipe PORTLAND a E CEMENT. and FtiS. E~ Fre Bricks Mill Supplies Sewer Pipe I AIHIKins. SPAINTS oILS-TARSH. w , BRUSHES. - WRITE FOR PRICES. The Natchez News Pub. eo., Natchez, Miss. publishers of TPhe Patchez Nyews. A LIVE '& NEWSY PAPE JOB P INTING' Of ELL KINDS OLICITED, Work Promptly and Neatly Done. S ad your Job Work to Fnterprise, WArnfRat oP,. Touring Suits. Here's just the suit for that little trip-a gray-gray mixture -a kind of mud and dust color you see the practical value. Then for a change, here's one 'of our special blues with a self stripe. Then for occasional wear, have one of our striking patterns that will put the live wire into a whole crowd. Warner & Searles Co VICKSBURl, MISS. Fry-CelsLe. (ln Tuesday, May 3rd, at the residen(ce of Mr. and Mrs. (eorge Colemlan, Cypress (Grove," New ellton, their (laughter Nettie was married to Mr. Elmer R. Fry, of Edgewood, Texas. The ceremony was performed by Pastor S. B. Hor ton of Nashville, Tenn. No cards were issued, only intimate friends bieing present. After the ceremony the couple sat down to a wholesome repast. Among those present were: Mr. ndl Mrs. S. A. \Vinterton and fam ily of "IHollywood,," Mr. John SIlaekworth and Mr. R. A. Winter toll. The bride received a lnumber of very pretty and appropriate pres ents. The home was very tastefully dheorated with garlands and flow eas, which added to beauty and pleasure of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Fry left the ne xt morning for Edgewood, Texas, 'mid showers of rice and well wishes ,f friends. *' Csemr-Crms. (Concordia Sentinel.) A pretty wedding was solemnized in Vidalia Saturday afternoon, April 30th, at 5 o'clock, when Mr. Jno. W\. Conner and Miss Ludie Graves were married by Dr. J. J. Chisolm, of Natchez. The ceremony occurred at the home of the groom's brother, Mr. H. B. Conner, cashier of the Bank of Vidalia, and was a very quiet affair, owing to the illness of the bride's mother. The groom is a promising young man, popular with all who know him, while his bride, who is fronm Fayette, Miss., is a pretty and attractive young lady. The Sentinel wishes them a long and prosperous voyage through life. St. Joseph enjoyed the honor of a visit on Thursday and Friday from the Rt. Rev. Bishop Van de Ven of Natchitoches, who came on invita tion of Rev. Father l)egnan, Rector of St. Joseph church, to adminis ter the sacriment of confirmation to a class composed of Misses Beatrice, Ethel, Elizabeth and FlorenceThorn burg and Elise Hazlip and Mr. Samn lHazlip. At this service the Bishop delivered a very strong sermon, ful ly explaining the significance and importance of the Rites of Confirm ation. On Friday night the Bishop de livered a most interesting and im pressive ltetpre at the Court House that approached the dignity and depth of sermon and was attentive ly received by a large and intelli gent audience, whose untiring inter est was best marked by the rapt at tention accorded the speaker thro' out the very able discourse, at the ceonclus n of which many expres sins of pleasure and appreciation were offered alike by Protestants and SCattadics. As was to have been expected the Srepresentatives of the St. Joseph SHigh School acquitted themselves Smst creditably in the Rally Day Sexercises at Baton Rouge last week. Mr. Sam Hazlip in the 220 yard Slow hurdles won third place in p29 1-5 seconds, and would certain ly have won first but for the acci dent of tripping on last hurdle. He ialso miade the 100 yard obstacle race in 55 seconds, again gaining third place. His speed, however, was best shown in the 50 and 10() yard dashes, which he clipped off in 6 2-5 and 11 2-5 seconds respect ively. His record at this meet won for him two cirtificates which will be of aldvantage when he enters L. Mr. Joe Curry, Jr., who played single tennis, beat the crack player from St. Francisville, and then played against the winner of the ehalupionship, and mnide splendid showing. Mr. John Dale, Jr., son of Hon. SJohn DI)ale, Mayor of V'idalia, cap tured the first prize, ar gold medal, Soffered for declamation, and which Salso carries a one-year scholarship at L. S. I'. Rev. H R. Carson of Monroe, Arch Deacon of North Louisiana, will visit this parish and conduct Iservices at Christ Church in St. Jo seph on \Whit Sunday, May 15th, at 11 o'clock a. m., and at Newell tin the same evening, to both of n hich the general public is in cor dimlly invited. The Teachers' Institute for Ten sas parish is in session at St. Joseph this week with the following at McFarland, Mr. Smith,Miss Latane, Mise Evans, Miss Hughes, Mr. Wade, Miss McGehee, Miss Berry, Miss Lewis, Mr. I'ox, Miss Gorton, Miss Palm, Miss Btrong, Miss Good rich, Mrs. Bowman, Mr. Stringfield, SMis Fry, Mis Raytmod, Mira Gray Mis Whitne~ and Mie Courtney, FOR SALE. Good, sound well matured Mos by Corn, in shuck. I. any quanti ty. Delivered in car at Newellton, or Balmoral Spur. Pslces reason able. Address- PANOLA CO., Ltd., St. Joseph, La. Notice to Creditors. A\I, ('IlF-llT IllR of the Estate of the late N. Ii. M~ci ill are hereby notified to tile thleir t;'.ntlit with the undersigned. I.. .. )II'I)tK'K, Administrator. ST. ,lo-i, Ii. L.. April 29th, 1910. NOTICE. Meeting Stockhollers lank f St. oseh TUESDAY, MAY 0lth. THE ANNITAI. MEETING ýf the Stockholl erw of the Bank of St. Joneoh will he helil at it4 ,tlee in the Town of St. Josenh, JLa.. on TI'EsI)DAY the 10th day of MAY. 1910. at 10 ,'clhck A. (.. for thc election of a Board of Diret,,re for the ensuing year, and for the tranrlna:tion of cith other bualness as may properly cmen Ie ,fore the meeting. I Ot1 I HI'CKNER. Ja.. Casarln. f ST. JOSEPH, LA.. April 15th, 1910. For Sale. Four Mule ('olts, two and three years old: 'Three Brood Mares; Two Ponies: One Combination Riding and Driving SHorse: Two Extra Fine Saddle Horses: ''ilree Good Plantation Saddle Horses Lot of second-Hand Plantation Im plemennts. etc. Will sell all of the above very reason able for cash. Alenly to-C D. GOf'rLD. Ashwood. T.a., or TNO. 0, O'KELLEY, No. 423 ('anal Street, New Orleans. Partition Sale. State of T,ouisiana. Parish of Tensas, 10th District Court. t;EO. W. ZOILLM.AN, ET Al.., vs. No. 5382 ZRKA SC'OTT. PUBIT.C NOTICE is hereby given, that Shby virtue of and olbvlience to an order of sale issuled out of the llonorable District ('ourt inl and for said Parish and State, in the above styled and numbered, and diirnetel to me, the undersigned Sheriff, ordering a partition to be made by the salae of the hereinafter described proper ty, I t ill on Saturday the 28th day of May, 1910, between the legal hours for such sales, that is between the hours of 11 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock pi. nl., sell at public anction, to the last and highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Court I lose' of said Parish and State, the fol lowing descrilil property to-wit: East half of Southlleast quarter Section 12, Southleast quarter of Southeast quar ter and asl t half oif Northwest quarter tian southwest quarter of Northwest quar ter of 'ction 1:1, Northeast quarter of S ntlhet'Lat quarter of rSetion 14, all in Townshlip 9, North, lIRange 9 East. The East half of Soulthlwest quarter of Section 45, ItIs 3 and 4 of North half of Northwt,.-t qualrter and Southwest quar ter of Northi"n-t qnarter of Section 53, the East half of Northeast quarter, the Southwest quarter ,of Northeast quarter, the Wes\t half if .,Southwest quarter and Northe'ast qllarter of Southwest quarter - f 'ection 54, Township 9, Range 10 East. 1 The North half and West half of South wp'est quarter oif Sectionll 43, the South half and West half of f Northwest quarter of SSi''tin, 44, lots 2 and 3, or all the North I half of ect'ion 42 West of Tensas Bayou. - lt ), or the \1W-t half of West half of Sn.tion 45, the Northwest quarter and Northw-'t quarter of Northeast quarter of Section 54 in Township 9, North, - Rangi 10 East, containing in the aggre e gate 2)l and _,9-1(thl acres of land I tnore or les, all situated in this parish and State. Terms of Sale: Cash. JOHlN IHUGHES, Sheriff. ST. JosEPh, LA., April 2, 1910. I Notice to the Public! I The rumor has been persistently cir culated by some of my good "friends" that 1 the big sale recently conducted by me was only a prelude to my withdrawal from busi ness in St. Joseph. I wish to flatly contradict this state ment, as I have no intention whatever of leaving St. Joseph, or of discontinuing busi ness here. Those who have busied them selves with circulating this report have done so with selfish purpose and with view of their own betterment. Since my return from the East where I recently went to select my SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, the public is cordially invited to call at my store and see the im mense and magnificent stock that is daily.. arriving, afid which is about as complete as ever seen in this t'own or parish. Thanking my customers for their very liberal patronage and bespeaking a contin Suance along the same popular lines of trade that have made my store famous for low cash prices and high quality of goods, I am, Very truly yours, , IARPE! The Merchant With "LIVB AND LET LIVB PRIeBS'" and always Leads in Low Prices but Never Follows. a a : a a *liu H. 42 ST. JISEP f lle C. Just Received Spet CALDSBAD WATER. This water is unsurpas as a corrective in Stomach disorders, Rheumatism, Bright's disease and ah kidney disorders. It is an excellent remedy in the treatment of Liver troubles and defective circulation. We solicit your orders and will at all times be in a position to take care of same. St. Joseph Drug So., ueitd. For Spring Wear! Our Store is filled with the newest and best in Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boys' Suits, ken's Pants, &c. In fact every thing usually kept in a First Class Clothing Store. HERCHAIT TAILORIIG 1 SPECIALTY iWe solicit your patronage. Thos. J. Reed & CO., "Ien's and Boy's Vear." Natchez, Miss. 40 Street. HUSTLING HOG! PURE ESSEX BREED. Have number of pige of fine Essex Breed, all from registered stock. Fat ten easily and when well cared for tip the scales at from 250 to 400 pounds at 12 to 14 months old. All native Tensas and acclimated. New Offeriau at $25.01 Pair. Bear - . $15.06 Orders left with A. B. Ratcliff, Rt. Joseph, will be carefully attended to. 0. Muir, - Notnac, La. We Will Give $10.00 to the person who exhibits the best pen (,one male and four females) of SIarred Rwks at the 1910 Mississippi Louisiana Fair hatched from egg bought from us, Write to-day for full particulars and 1910Mating List which tell about our "PEERLESS" Barred i ocks, price of eggs, &c. Address Peerless Peultry Yards, w duton, Knights of Pythias. Lake St. Joseph Lodge, No. 102, K. of P., nre.t regularly on the second and fourth Wednelsdays of each month at Newellton, La. S or 6 doses "000" will cure any case of 'lhills and Fever. Price 2ic. ACT OF INCOIPORAT1ON --OF THE TENSAS REALTY COMPANY. STATE OF LOUISIANA. Paltsa or Taxsau. BE IT KNOWN that on this the 11th day of April A. D. 1910. before mert. F. Newell, dy. Clerk of the Tenth District Court of Louis iana, and ex-ofmco a Notary Public. In and for said Parish and State, duly commissioned and qualified, and in the presence of the competent witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are here unto subscribed, and who severally declared to me. Notary. that, availing themselves of the Constitution and the laws of the State of Louisiana, in such cases made and provided, they contract and agree, and by these pres ents bind themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become associated with them, to form and constitute a corpora tion ani boldy politic in law, and for the ob jects and purposes and under the agreements anti stipulations following, to-wit: ARTICLE I-NAME. The name and style of this corporation shall he: "TENSAS REALTY COMPANY." and by said name said corporation shall be known. and shall have succession and cornorate ex istence for and during the full period and term of Ninety-nine Years from the date of this act, and by said name shall contract. sue, and he sued. Raid corporation shall have power to make and use a corporate seal, and the same to break and alter at pleasure. ARTICLE II-DOMICILE. The domicile of this corporation is declared to he the Town of St. Joseph. In the Parish of Tensas. state of Louisiana. ARTICLE III-PITRPORE.9 The ohiects and plrnoses for which this c(,rntoration is orranized and estahlished. and the nature of the business to be carried on by it, are hereby declared to he: To enrage In. conduct and carrv on a Real Estate Business. and to that end. and for that nurtw)se to obtain. nossess. receive, and e t1iire byhv rant. gift. donation. purchase. lese. or exchantre. movable and immovable r,ronertv: to hold. use. operate, maintain. retair and Imyrove nroperty of said nature. And the same to sell. exchange. part with. alienate. convev. lease, rent, mortgage. pledge and hynotherate. To take. receive. and arant options on such property for the purchase, sale. or ex crhare of the same. To act as arents and attorneys-in-fact for any and all of sadl nrnmuoes. And for the furtherance of Mid ohlects and nnrnoses to borrow money, and secure the same hby mortgae or nlede. and to issue corporate honds and promissory notes in ev idence of sail indebtedness. To ennage In. do. and Perform all other anch acts as may he nocessarv. usual. or in cilent to the nromotion, condnct, and pr formance of the ohiects and nurposes for which this cornoration is formed. ARTICLE tV-CAPITAL STOCK. The amount of the capital stock of this cor nnration is hereby fired at the sum of Ten Thousand -ollatrs, divided into and repre sented hv One Hundred Shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars each. Raid stock shall be paid for in cash at the time the sahe is Issued. or the same may he issued. at not less than oar value, for labor done. services rendered. or property actually re ceived hby this cortoratlon. This charter shall become operative, and this corporation he authorised to do business as soon as Three Thousand Dollars of its cap ital stock has been subscribed and fully paid I for. The balance of said capital stock to be issued at such time, and upon such condi tions Isnhliet to the provisions of this char tr, s as shll he determined by the Board of Directors hereof. ARTICLE V--OPFFICERS. I The officers of this corporation shall con-I sist of a President, Vice-president. Secre tary and Treasurer and Board of Directors. The duties, powers, and authority of theI President, Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer, except as herein provided, shall be fixed by the Board of Directors, The offices of Secretary and of Treasurer may be filled by one and the satpe person: the ofices of Vice-president and of Tress urer may be filled by one and pLe same per son The Board of Directors shall be composed of three members hereof, and shall be elect ed annually on the first Monday in May in each year, except the first Board, appointed and named in this charter, which shall hold olfce until the first Monday in May, 1911. All such elections shall be made by ballot at the office of said corporation under the supervision of two commlsaioners, to be ap pointed by the Board of Direotors. Notice of such elections shall be made by publication for not less than ten days prior thereto in a newspaper published in the Town of St. Jo seph in the said Parish and State. At all such dlections, and at all corporate meetings a majority of outstanding stock of this corpor ation shall be necessary to constitute a quo rum, and every stock holder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock standing in his name ion the books of the corporation, to be cast in person, or by written proxy, no vote shall be allowed on shares of stock trans Ierred within ten days prior to such election. A majority of votes cast shall elect. Failure to hold such elections, or to elect such officers on the date herein prescribed shall not dissolve this corporation or impair its corporate management, but the Directorsi then in office shall so remain with powers un impaired until their successorsare duly elect ed and qualified. The Directors hereof shall elect from their members a Preident and a Vice-president, and shall elect or appoint a Secretary and a Treasurer, who need not be members of the Board of Directors. Said Board shall have authority to appoint assistant-Secretary and assistant-Treasurer, who need not be stock holders of this corpor ation. Said Board of Directors may further ap point all such officers and agents as it may deem necessary for the purposes and busi ness of this corporation; and shall have pow er and authority to fix and define the duties, pdwers, and salaries of all such agents and employees and to remove or ~licharge the same at their pleasure. Said Bmard of Directors shall fill all vacan cles occurring among its members by death, resignation, or otherwise. Sald Board of Directors is authoriaed to make and establish, alter and amend all by laws, rules, and regulations , iIts judgmen necessary and proper for the conduct and management of the affairs of this eorporation. Said Board of Directors shall have full pow er and authority, directly or through Lta prop erly constituted agents, to borrow money, to buy and sell property, to execute mortgages and liens, to grant and accept options and agencies, to issue bonds, notes, and obllga tlons, to Issue shares of stock under the con ditions herein provided, and generally to do all things reasonable, convenient, and neces sary for the promotion and carrying on of the business of said corporation. In addition to the special powers herein enumerated, all of the corporate powers of tillis corporation shall be vested in, and ex ercised by said Board of Directors. All citations and other legal process shall be served upon the President of this corpor ation, or Inhls absence, upon the Vice-pres Itlent, and in the absence of both of said of ficers, then upon the Secretary. ARTICLE VI-MODIFICATION, on DISSO LUTION. This act of incorporatlon may be modified, altered, or dissolved by the assent of three fourths of the amount of outstanding capital stock represented at a general meetaing con vened for such purpose after thirty days previous notice by advertisnlog in a newspa per publishedl in said town of St. Joseph. The capital stock hereof may be inareased. or decreased in the manner and form provid ed in such cases by the laws of the State of Louilsiana. In the event of the dissolution of this cor poration, by limitation or otherwise, its af lairs shall be liquidated, Its debts and liabil Ities ,lischarged, and any balance of f ads remaininlg, he divided pro rats among the stock holders, under the superintendence of Three Commissioners of liquidation elected for this purpose at a general meetlng of the tck holdlers, convened after thirty days prior notice, given by publication in a news paper published in said Town of St. Joseph. Said commlssioners to reman in a omoe until the affairs of said corporation are fully iquli dated, and, In case of vacancy on said eom mission caused by the death or resignation, said vacancy to be filled by the remaining members thereof. ARTICLE VII--CHARTER OFFICERS. Joseph Curry, President; W. M. Davidson, Vice-president, and R. H. Whitney, Becre tary and Treasurer, have been chosen a6d elected as the first Board of Directors. to serve as such until the dfirst Monday In May, 1911, or until their successors shall have been elected and qualified. Thus done and passed at my oelac In tbhe Town of St. Joseph, Parlsh cf Tenas, State of Loauisiana, and in the presence of John Hughes and A. B. Ratelidff, who hereunto sign their names with said appearers and me. Notary, on this 16th day of April, Ul0, after due reading of the whole. W. M. DAVIDSON, R. HI. WHITNEY, A. B. GREEN, JOB. CURRY. SJOHN HUGHES. Armra: A. B. RATCLIFF. E. F. NIWELL, dy. Clk. of Court. STATE OF LOUISIANA, Pariah of Tensas. I, A. !. uen, District Attorney of the 10th Judicial District of Loialalna. do here by certify that I have examined the above and foregoing to Act of Incorporation of "TENSAB REALTY C)OMPANY," and flnd Ing the purpoes thereof legal, and nothinlg contained therein contrary to the Consttit Stion and laws of the State, or of the United ) States, do hereby approve the same. A. B. GREB N, Distriot Attorney Itb Jdletal DistrLo. 'h o·~~ a da ~ "P",, pages et seq. of the IogasqsetI mp ass parish, Louisalna. Witness my hand and seal, oealy, tIs 1bth day of April. A. D., 1910. Attest: JOB. CURRY, Clk. ast. ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES -OF THE PARISH OF TENSAS, FOR 1910. District Court . . . . .. Expense jail-- - - .-- - - Conveying prisoners to penitentiary m Pees Magistrate and Constable - - Tax Collectors's Commission - * * 3 Assessor - - 8heriff's salary . . . Public printing - - - . Bridges and Repairs -.....m Wages ferrymen and flats - * . Paupers - ....... . S Criminal expenses outside parish - - ag District Attorney fees - . .. Interest on Parish Bonds told issue) - Ms Principal and Interest on Court Hoeus and Jail Bonds . - - . Levees, ramps and repairs - Rewards for arrest of murderers - as Board of Health expenditures - M iM Police Jury - - . a. Roads . - . .. Beneficiary Cadet La. State University U.. State Normal Beneficiary - - - Incidentals - - . - .. . RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, W. M. DAVIDSON, Parish Treasurer. ST. JOSEPH, LA., May 1st, 1910. Election Proclamatim. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF TENSAS. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, a general election will be bhld at the regular polling place in the Fifth Ward at said Parish on TUESDAY, MAY 17th 3Ml, for member of Police Jury from said han. Further notice is hereby given that we have appointed the following named eomalmssia era and clerk to serve as such at msaid eletiotbs Polling Place-Ashwood. Commissioners-Jesse Knowles, D. H. O' Kelley, N. M. Rowan; Dr. C. L. Hortona e,+. Given under our hand and seal thisl day of April, A. D. 1910. W. M. DAVIDSON, G. C. GOLDMAN, E. F. NEWELL Superv'sors of Election Tensas Paris`, La. W . ." lIKIatl FAt'lAs. State of Louislana, Parish of Teases, 10th District Court. BANK OF NEWELLTON vs. No. US! JOHN MURDOCH. PUBLIC NOTICE 1i HEREBY giv en that by virtue of a writ e Fieri Facias to me directed by the above named Honorable Court In the above styled suit, I have seiled sad will on. Saturday the 14th of MAY, A. S 11%, oiler for sale at the Court House deer in the town of St. Joseph. In this perish, sitbin the hours prescribed by law, that is bet seen the hours of II o'eIlek a. M. and 4 o'clock P. x.. to the highest bidder, for cash, the following do. -cribed property, situated In this par ish, to-wit: Franklin plantation, composed of Sections 9, 10, 11 - 1i, 13 and 14, sad South half Section 34, all of Seetison 42, 59, 60. 61, 6, 63 and 64, and O acres of land recovered by 8. k. Davis in suit against Heirs of Alfred Pas, Deceased, all situated in Township IS, North Range 12 East, and contalnlag 3257 acres. more or less. Also Lot No. 5 of the DuRoesetI plantation as the same was set apart at John Murdoch by Partition, as shown by Map recorded in Notarial Reord ""M," page 136 of the Re. ords of this pariah, the entire property being eoes posed of all of -ections 41, 42 sad that part of section 43 lying on the West side of Bayou Dultosett, in Township 14 North, Range 12 East. and the Nes half and theF.ast half of Northwwet qr ter of -ectlo, 36. Township 14, North, Range I1 Eatst, the entire tract *oem taming 1634 acres, more or less, sad tihe Iart set apart to Jno. Murdoeb, contaiin695 acres, more or less. Also I ot No. 2 of the Deerburu plea tation. containlling 605 acres,: more e, less, as tLe same was set apart to Jae. Murdoch by Partition, sq shows by Map recorded in Notarial Record "L" page 136. of the Records of this peari, the entire tanct being composed of Sq Lion 27 and all that part of deeaoe I1 lying West of Ba ou DuRoisett, a Townllip 14, North Range I1 a then commencing on the Townmau p line between Township 14, Noli Itange 12 East, and 'T'ownship i4 Noth, Range 11 East, at the eorners of Se tlons 24 and 2, then run West IS chains, South 30 chains and 60 Ilas, Lthen East to Bayou DuRomett, the following the meandering of said lya u to South ;lIne of section 28-the aboVe described lot No. 2 of DeOrburn pla tation is all situated In T'ownsLip .Noath Range 12 East, except a u portioln in tile Nort ,east corner of Seeo tion 26, Township 14 North, Rlge II, East. I he entire tract comprislnlg Deerbkr Ilantation contains 1200 acres, ad the whole property now seized contalas 4457 acseres, amore or less, together with all the improvements and buidldIea thiereon andl the privileges and appuet efnances thereto. with all rights sad was s attached thereto. Also 36 mules, 3 horses, 5 Dime esu vators, 4 Comet cultivators, wheel mniddle breakers. 1 stalk cutter, seeW tion harrows, I hay rake, I1 Blasr ilanters, 22 tfive-tooth cultivators, 48 plows, 4 mtiddle-breakern, 2 double shovels, 3 side cultivators, 17 swes, I drag or slip. I lot double and slag tree, 1 lot gear, 15 hoes, I pea thrL - er, 8 wagons, 2 buggIes, 1 dump-car, 9 tons hay, more or less, 1018 barrels corn, more or less and 25 bogs. Terms of sale--Cuash. JOHN HUGHES. SherlL 81S. Josara. La.. April 8.1910. JUDOM NT. State of Louisiana. Parish of TeNses, Tenlth District Court. MRS. AtlICE M. 8TEICEN vs. N. Wx. J. STEEN, Hzu BfUSRAD. This cause comning uIp regularly Jir tri:l, aliter issue joined by answerofhet defendant, by reason of the law snd evidence being in favor of the plategr and against the defendant, It e te dered, adjudged and decreed thstSLig1 plaintiff, Alice Moore Steen, have's recover judgment against the ant, Williamn James Steen, deeao a separation of property, aadui tion of the community of squest i gatin heretofore eatsting betweeathe plaintiff and her said bustbad, iil that defendant pay all costs. Read and signed in open Court this S26tht day of March, 1910. SJNO. 8. HOATNER, I Distriet Judge. r I her,.by certify that the above sad Sfofegoing is a true and correet sopy of the original judgment now on Is said of record in my oflie. [. S.] Wltness my hand sad see o g Smt lSth day of Aiul, 1O10 _