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TELEGRAPH School Fourth Floor Levy Building Corner Edwards and Texas Streets SHREVEPORT, LA. This School is open five days in each week from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. five nights in each week. This school is meeting with success and it can be contri buted to the advantages offered by the Superintendent and those who are up and doing will take advan tage of this opportunity. A word to the wise is sufficient. For particulars call or address J. T. HARDIN, Supt. Where to Buy SADDLES, IFARN S BUGGIES BRIDLES, COLLARS AND ALL KINI0' OF LEATHER GOODS. Leonard Wortan Corner of Texas and Sprlng Streets SHREVEPORT, LA. W. A. flabry CIVIL LAWYER DISTRICT ATTOBNEY FIRST JU DICIAL DISTRICT Ofcee: Court House Long Distance Phone No, ~iF SEE ME FOR INVESTMENTS W. S. DENN15 a# Estate, R and I tons Room 22, Cooper fIidlag . Phone .l4 -VWB YOUR ORibRS FORt lombstones, Coping a d Iren Fencing A. rcUUIRT, Pr p. SAMI kders Wid l Be Appe ated S" Old" " +Pb . 7I6 " i Ls; Teaes Ave. SihaGoport, I WAX_ SJohnson's Ploor Stains and Wai tarrett ToolS vth. W. WARH4 ..-..t & .awae st. ?ho.. ne Printinl Co. il u A IA St.H A i.[.. MWi-. + CHARTER Of The Dickson Land Company. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Be it remembered that on this day before meq John D. Wilkinson, a notary public in and for said par ish, duly commissioned and sworn. personally came and appeared S. A.' Dickson, G. S. Dickson, Mildred D. Levy, wife of Mahlen Levy; C. B. Dickson Jr., Claudius M. Dickson and Susie Dickson, residents of said Parish and State, who stated and declared to me, notary, that availing themselves of the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana re lating to the formation of corpora tions in general, they have formed and constituted themselves and do by these presents form and consti tute themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter be come associated with them, into a corporation and body corporate, and have adopted and ordained as their charter and act of incorporation the following, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of this cor poration shall be the Dickson Land Company, with its domicile at the City of Shreveport, La., and -under its corporate name it shall have and enjoy succession for a period of fifty years, unless - sooner dissolved as hereinafter provided. All legal pro cess shall be served on its presi dent, or in his absence 'on the vice president of the company. ARTICLE II. The objects of this corporation and the purposes for which it is formed are hereby declared to be to acquire, purchase, receive and own both real and personal prop erty and the same to sell, mortgage and dispose of at will, and more particularly to conduct and operate farms, plantations and plantation stores and gins and other operations necessary in conducting such farms and plantations, and: in general to conduct agricultural operations in the State of Louisiana and else where. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at sixty thous and dollars, divided' into six thous and shares of the par v'alue 'of one hundred dollars each, and it shall commence business whenever thirty thousand dollars of its capital stock is actually subscrithed and paid for. No stock shall issue except when fully paid, and may be issued for money, property; services or other thing' of value to the satisfaction of the board of directors, and when is sued shall be:. Ion-assessaibe.'. Nd stockhrolder shall sell or :otherwise dispose of his or her stock ini this| corporation wyithout, first offering 'the, same to the' other stockholders. in writing and waiting thirty day4| thereafter, whereupon if none bf the stockholders -will buyk the sar ni at the price ,offered, he or~ sltemay sell or, dispose of the same to other parties at the s.ame price andd on tie. same terms and conditions. ARTICLE ITV. : The affairs of this. corporation shall be maikt~ed and contriolRd, by a board of directd iS consisting ol seven. stockholders to:be eleced eat a general meeting of the stclkh'Oid era to be -held atf the. oflce ,of 'the company on th:e first t.o day of' January of each year, and until tht. election of; a hoards of directors on the first Motnday in j-in ary 1914; the :following shall cofstit~te ,tlhe board :of dircet~ia. of this oonfptay: S. A. pisk'son, who shall b presi dent; . S. Dickson, _who shall be Svine president; Mildd D Levy who shalt be treasurer;. 0. B.; ick 'son, who, shall be seeretary; .S: A.. Dickson Jr., Claudius fM. M. ickson and Susie Dickson. TP e saidboari of directors shall have "authority sto fill alny vacancy: occurring therein from any Ecanse by the b election r: o alother stockholder theret fori the uindipired term, avid shfill'ith et tl' pwer to lect, name adaint acy a d all agens?,, eutIys or managers that may be necessary in the operatioen f .ts busineiss, and ;may make "suchaby lws and .rte Iforthe government of-said corpor ation as in their 'jdgeentt seems best and;' "he/ same 'to change and alter at pleasure.. 4RiT1CEJ V. This charter may be rhkended hr altered, or this cor.oratidn miy, be dissolved by a vote-pft'hee-foe ths of t e stoiekholders at' a m ing called. for; that purpose a #ecord ance with the =la wsof the State 1a Louisiana; and when f not ther wise prvided b mlaw m be cfa' nalled on ten days writien hbtice adIdItessed to each stockhoider *"at 'his eiwuaI postoflIce address; prolyded that ly unanimoui s onsent #h41 ekholders ay waive such .delay and such no tice of any meeting. "At~ all , stack-t holders meetings eac sh 'are oi etoak shall be entitled to one vote i a l'h I 4 I i~o such duties and give such bond a! tue stockholders may prescribe. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder of this corporatior shall ever be held liable for the con tracts or faults thereof in any fur tner sum than the unpaid balance due on his or her stock, and no mere informality shall have the ef fect of rendering this charter nut and of exposing any stockholder tc any greater liability than the los of his or her stock. In testimony whereof said parties have hereunto signed their names in presence of me, notary, and the at testing witnesses and have set op posite their respective names the number of shares of stock sub scribed for by them, which shall constitute a subscription list, on this the 6th day of June 1913. GEORGE S. DICKSON. MILDRED D. LEVY. Authorizing my wife. MAHLOF H. LEVY. S. A. DICKSON. C. B. DICKSON. S. A. DICKSON JR. 'CLAUDIUS M. DICKSON. SUSIE DICKSON. Attest: JOHN H. MILLING. C. E. PERRONCEL. `JOHN D. WILKINSON, Notary Public. Having examined the above and foregoing charter and act of incor porttion and finding notning there in contrary to the laws of the State of Louisiana, I hereby approve the same. Done and signed officially on this 9th day of June A. D. 1913. W. A. MABRY, District Atorney. Endorsed: Filed and recorded June 9, 1913. W. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original act as the same now appears on file and of record in1 my office. Given under my hand and seal of office this 9th day of June 1913. W. M.: LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. June 10. CHAIRTER Of Shreveport OR Refling Com pany. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do:: Be it remembered that on this day; before me, J. A. Thigpen, no tary public, came and appeared the parties whose names are hereunto subscribeds wthodeclared that avail ing themselves of the provisions of the- laws of this State relative to 'corporations, they have formed a corporation under the name and style and of the powers and privi ,leges hereinafter stipulated, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation shall be "Shreveport Oil Refining Company~" with its domicile in the City of Shreveport, La., and under ( said copotrate name it shall have and enjoey`isuooession for a period of ninety-nine (99) years unless sooner. -dissolved, as hereinafter statea"d. All legal process shall be sertved up xlnthe president, or in his hb"enee at' the office of the corpora tion according. to law. i S--ARTICLE IL The objects 'and purposes-of this I corpo~itlon is- hereby declared to be the buiitness of refining and sell ing petroleum and its- products, I with all ,of the rights and privileges necessary end icdident- to the re fining and :dist tif it of petroleum I and it products; with the right to 1 hlold ali: own: real aid -personal property, and to self and dispose of same, together with the right to contri.et and otherwise to exercise all ipowiers ywhih are- not prohibi- i tive undber the laws of the State of Louisiana to such `corporations. . ., RTfMEC IT The capital.stock of -this corpora- I tioin is l. led at the' 'sm of five thou sand (15,000.i) 'dollars, divided into fifty shires of the'par value of one hundred dollars per share; and said | ~icooration is iiauthorized to con mence ;isiness whn five thousand | dollatis o its capital stock is subs scribed ~r ant aid -iii cash or its i iivalnt. No stock shalI be issued until the'same is fully paid for, but stock may be:lssued in payment of prodirty, real or personal, or for serviee.. rendered to the corpora tohi, as- isay be determined by the stockbhutdrs: No -sale of stock by 'niyto~ilholder. in this corporation shall 'be valid'unless the same shall have first, beeni offered to the re maining stockhflders for a period of'ten°days at a price equal to any 'bona fide offer made for same; or, in lieu thereof, at:its book value; such iffer- to be made in writing ad diesid d to the president of this cor-i poatio. 'And this limitation as to the sile of stock shaltbe incorpo- . :rated in ~f"ceitifate..s of stock is sued l 4hhis company. The cororate owers of this coa stitute a quorum, who shall be elected annually on the first Mon day in June of each year, beginning with the year 1914. Until its suc *cessors are elected and qualified the board of directors is hereby de clared to be S. J. Harman, J. M. Led better, E. M. Telle, S. W. Tullos and Louis P. Samsot. The officers of the company shall be elected by the di rectors annually, beginning with the first Monday in June 1914; and un til such date the oflicers are de clared to be S. J. Harman, president; J. M. Ledhbetter, vice president; and E. M. Telle, secretiry and treasurer. At all meetings of stockholders the majority of stock shall elect the di rectors, and in all elections or pro ceedings of stockholders each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote..Notice of all elections or meet ings of stockholders shall he adver tised ten days prior thereto in any of the public newspapers published in the City of Shreveport. ARTICLE V. Whenever this corporation is dis solved by limitation or otherwise its affairs shall be liquidated by two persons selected for the purpose at a stockholders meeting duly held; and said liquidators shall perform such services and give such secur ity as the stockholders may require. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever' be held liable or respon sible for the contracts or faults thereof in any further sum than the unpaid balance due the company o:: their stock; and no further infor mality in organization shall have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing its stockholders to any loss beyond the amount of their capital stock. In witness of which the parties have signed this instrument in the presence of me, notary, and C. Kel- t ler and R. Wolf, competent wit nesses, on this 23rd day of May 1913. S. J. HARMON. LOUIS P. SAMSOT. THOS. C. ANDERSON, t per Louis P. Samsot. t E. M. TELLE, per Louis P. Samsot. b J. M. LEDBETTER. Attest: S. W. TULLOS. C. KELLER. a R. WOLF. J. A. THIGPEN, C Notary Public. r Endorsed: Filed and recorded May t 26, 1913. W. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad- a do: I hereby certify that the abov- c and foregoing is a true and correct s copy of the original act, as the same ' now appears on file and of.record in s my office. Given under my hand and i seal of office this 26th day of May d 1913. W. M. LEVY, s Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy e Recorder. May 27. CHARTER Of Belelier Telephone and Telegraph Company. Be it known that on this 30th day of May 1913, personally came and appeared before me, J. H. Stephens Jr., notary public, duly commis sioned and sworn, J. H. Nattin Jr., L. F. C. Pearce, D. P. Hollis, Julius Gamm, Dr. A. S. Bugg and Sam Wil- 1 ler, all of age and residents of Cad do Parish, State of Louisiana, who declared that availing themselves of the laws of the State of Louisiana relative to corporations, they have covenanted and agreed, and by these presents do covenant and agree, and bind themselves, as well as such others as may hereafter become as sociated with them, to form and constitute a corporation and body politic in law for the purposes here inafter set forth, in the following articles, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of this cor poration shall be "Belcher Tele phone and Telegraph Company," and under its corporate name said cor poration shall have power to con tract, sue and be sued; to acquire and purchase, hold, receive, alien ate, coilvey and sell, pledge, mort gage and hypothecate under its cor porate name, property, real, mixed and personal; and borrow money and issue notes and security there for, and exercise the power of emi nent domain; to name and appoint such officers, directors and employea as the interests and convenience of the corporation may require; t,) make such by-laws, rules and regu lations for the control of its affairs as may be deemed necessary and proper, and the same to change and alter at will, and to do all other acts permitted by law to carry out the purposes for which this corporation is organized. This corporation shall continue in existence for a period of twenty-five years unless sooner dis solved in accordance with its char -ter. ARTICLE H. The object and purposes of this :corporation are hereby declared to. I:be to build, -eqip, purchase and r 4itaina telephone and telegraph' xchage nd oll linesiiof telephine and telegraph, and to furnish tele - phone and telegraph service to the citizens of Belcher, Caddo Parish, La., and its adjacent and surround ing territory, and throughout the State of Louisiana. ARTICLE III. I The domicile of this corporation is hereby declared to be Belcher, Caddo Parish, La., and citation and other legal process shall be served on the president, and in his absence on the vice president, and in his ab sence at the domicile of the com pany according to law. ARTICLE IV. The corporate powers of this cor poration are declared to be vested in a board of directors consisting of three members; said board to ne elected annually on the first Mon day in June of each year, beginning in the year 1914. Each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote, to be cast in person or by proxy, and at all elections and at all meetings of stockholders a majority of votes cast shall elect. Ten days prior no tice shall be given in writing to aP stockholders of all special elections or special meetings; said notice to be mailed to the usual postoffice ad dress of such stockholders. The board of directors shall elect an nually at its regular meeting the of ficers of the corporation, to-wit: A president, vice president, secretary treasurer, who shall hold office until their successors are elected and duly qualified. The first board of di rectors of this corporation, who shall hold office until their succes sors shall have been elected in 1914 and duly qualified, is hereby de clared to be: J. H. Na 'tin Jr., L. F. C. Pearce and D. P. Hollis. The officers of this corporation, who shall hold office until their successors are elected in 1914 and duly qualified, are hereby declared to be: J. H. Nat tin Jr., president; L. F. C. Pearce, vice president; D. P. Hollis, secre tary-treasurer. ARTICLE V. The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars, di vided into and represented by two hundred shares of fifty ($50.00) dol lars each; and this corporation stock may be paid for in cash or its equiv alent in the discretion of the board of directors, and the corporation may commence business when three thousand dollars of the capital stock is paid in. ARTICLE VI. This act of incorporation may be altered, amended, modified or changed, or the corporation dis solved by a vote of three-fourths of the entire stock at a meeting of the stockholders of the corporation con vened for that purpose after thirty days-previous notice of said meeting shall have been given in' writing to each stockholder, ARTICLE VII. Whenever this said corporation shall be dissolved by lirmitation or otherwise its affairs shall be liqui dated by two of the stockholders of this corporation selected for that purpose at a special meeting. In case of the death of either of the liquidators the other shall act alone with full power and authority. ARTICLE VIII. No stockholder of this corpora tion shall be held liable or responsi ble for the contracts or faults of this corporation in any further sum than the unpaid balance due on hi. capital stock subscribed for by him, nor shall any informality in organ ization have the effect of rendering this charter null and \void, or of ex posing the stockholders, to any lia bility beyond the amount of his capital stock. Thus done, passed and signed at my office in the Parish of Caddo, in the presence of D. C. Scarborough Jr., and Percy N. Brownes, competea: witnesses, on this 10th day of June 1913. J. H. NATTIN JR. L. F. C. PEARCE. D. P. HOLLIS. JULIUS GAMM. SAM WILLER. Attest: A. B. BUGG. t D. C. SCARBOROUGH JR. 1 PERCY N. BROWNE. J. H. STEPHENS, JR., Notary Public. I Having examined the foregoing I act of incorporation and finding nothing therein contained contrary to law, I hereby approve the same. Thus done and signed officially on this 13th day of June 1913. W. A. MABRY, District Attorney. Endorsed: Filed and recorded June 13, 1913. W. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original act, as the same now appears on file and of record in my ofllce. W. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ei-Officio Deputy Recorder. June 15. Stationery is easential to a -mer .hist, and we try to make price as CHARTER a Of The Rotary Oil Company. State or Louisiana. Parish of Cad do: Be it remembered that on this day before me, J. A. Thigpen, notary public, came and appeared the par ties whose names are hereunlo sub scribed, who declared that availiing themselves of the provisions of the laws of this State relative to cor porations, they have formed a cor poration under the name and style and of the powers and privileges hereinafter stipulated, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation shall be "The Rotary Oil Company," with its domicile in the City of Shreve port, La., and under said corporate name it shall have and enjoy suc cession for a period of ninety-nine (99) years, unless sooner dissolved as hereinafter stated. All legal pro cess shall be seroved upon the presi dent or in his absence at the oflice of the corporation according to law. ARTICLE II. The objects and purposes of this corporation is hereby declared to be the business of mining for oil, gas and other minerals, with the righL to do any and everything incidental thereto, including the building of pipe lines, and the purchase, lease and sale of lands and personal property, and for the purpose of holding lands for development by other persons or corporations. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corpora tion is fixed at the sum of twelve thousand ($12,000.00) dollars, divid ed into one hundred 'and twenty shares of the par value of one hun dred dollars per share. This corpor ation is authorized to commence business whenever the full amount of its capital stock is subscribed for and paid in cash or its equivalent. No stock shall be issued until the same is fully paid for, but stock may be issued in payment of prop erty, real or personal, or for scr vices rendered to the corporation, as may be determined by the stock holders. ARTICLE IV. The corporate powers of this cor poration shall be vested in and ex ercised by a board of three direc tors chosen from the stockholders, two of whom shall constitute a quo rum for the transaction of all busi ness, who shall be elected annually on the first Monday in May of each year, beginning with the year 1914. Until its successors are elected and qualifled. The board of directors i hereby declared to be J. A. Henry, Harry L. Miller and H. J. Hayes. The oflicers of the company shall bf elected by the directors annually beginning with the first Monday in May 1914, and until such date th. officers are declared to be Harry L. Miller, president, and J. A. Hem y, secretary-treasurer. At all meeting: of stockholders the majority of stock shall elect the directors, and in all elections or proceedings o: stockholders each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote. Notice of all elections or meetings of stockholders shall be advertised ten days prior thereto in a public news paper published in the City of Shreveport. ARTICLE V. Whenever this corporation is dis- 1 solved; either by limitation of its charter or from any other cause, its affairs shall be liquidated by two persons selected for the purpose a a stockholders meetings duly held. and said liquidators shall perform such services and give such securit. as the stockholders may require. ARTICLE VI. * No stockholder of this corpora tion shall ever be held liable or re sponsible for the contracts or fault: thereof in any further sum than the unpaid balance due the com pany on their stock; and no infor mality in organizaiton shall have the effect of rendering this char:ei null or of exposing its stockholders to any loss beyond the amount ol their capital stock. In witness of which the partie have signed this instrument in th. presence of me, notary, and C. Kel ler and R. Wolf, competent wi. nesses, on this 17th day of June 1913. J. A. HENRY. HARRY L. MILLER, by J. A. Henry. H. J. HAYES, by J. A. Henry. W. C. BURNS, by J. A. Henry. VW. J. ALLEN, by Lee Kinnebrw. W. F. CASEY, by Lee Kinnebrw. IAttest: LEE KINNEBREW. ( C. KELLER. e R. WOLF. J. A. THIGPEN, n Notary Public. Endorsed: Filed for record June y 18 ,1913. CHAS. F. CRANE, i. Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. A true eopy. ! " CHAS. F. CRANE, - Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy -IRecorder. June 19. .The Venire. List of jurors for the criminal venire for the weeks beginning the third and fourth Mondays in June and the first and second Mortndays in July, and list of juro;-s for the civil venire fori the weeks bgiing the third and fourth Mlondliays in June. For the week uollmntuicing the first Monday in July 1913, for the, trial of criminal casts: 8 Robinson, \\. 11.2 Mtuslow, Ike 4 Manahan. L. N. 2 Fowler, Lake 2 Burney, Enlunet .i llryson, B. G. 8 Moss, T. C. 4 Parker, J. D. 2 Cook, J. P. 4 Norvell, Hill 4 Palmer, Howell S. 4 Wise, G. A. Jr. 4 Manna, It. E. 4 McLure, H. S. 4 Rogers, J. I. 4 Best, W. C. 4 Burch, J. S. I Kirklin, Everette 4 Smith, F. N. 4 Kent, J. H. 8 Moss, R. B. 4 Kahn, Ralph Jr. 4 Barlield, AQA. 4 Honey, R. C. 4 Scott, J. P. Jr. 8 Senrpe, J. H. 4 Jeter, S. 1. 4 Steele, NM. W. 4 Tucker, T. M1. 4 Williams, J. Perry For the week commencing the second Monday in July 1913 for the trial of criminal cases: 1 Lay, J. J. 4 Bailey, E. E. 4 Svarva, Carl 2 Rickard, F. S. 2 Barlow, John 4 Caplan, L. M. 4 Shropshire, W. W., 4 Sanders, F. D. 4 Attaway, D. 4 McGrath, J. K. 8 Webb, F. F. 4 McLean, R. H. 3 McCain, E. L. 4 Kennedy, P. W.4.Hartman, L. E. 4 May, C. F. W. 4 Hanna, B. M. 4 Gatti, Hal M. 4 Weil, Charles 4 Quarles, C. B. I Loyd, Wni. H. 1 Caxett, A. N. o1 Fulner, J. W. 4 Ramey, H. E. 4 Pipes, A. C. 4 Bell, J. W. 4 Lemle, Simon 4 Bickley, A. E. 4 Cottingham E. C. 4 Callum, Charles A. F. A. LEONARD, C. MONCURE, F. H. GOSMAN, Commissioners. S. N. KERLEY, Clerk and ex-Officio Jury Commis sioner. Attest: C. E. PEATROSS. WM. M. LEVY. A true copy. S. N. KERLEY, Clerk. May 29, 1913. Sheriff's Sale. No. 16,898-In the First Judicial Dis trict Court of Caddo Parish, La.: Robert E. Shaw vs. R. A. Sey mour and Walter Wallace, "The Georgia Minstrels." By virtue of a writ of fleri facias to me directed from the Honorable First Judicial District Court of Cad do Parish, La., in the above num bered and entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auc tion for cash and according to law, at the principal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, La., during the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1913, Nine uniforms, coats, nine caps. eight stove pipe hats, 'eight long coats, sixteen chair covers, one bass drum, one snare drum, one slide trombone, one bass horn, one tenor horn, one alto, one cornet, one clari net, one tent, side walls, poles, stakes, ropes, bail rings, two gas t.nks and burners, one stage and scenery, stage jacks, seats and jacks, bill trunk and lot of bills. Said property seized as belonging to the above named defendants and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt as specified in said writ, say in the sum of two hundred and eighteen and 55-100 dollars, willh five per cent on said amount from the 31st day of May 1913 until paid, aqd all costs of suit. J. P. FLOUItNOY, Sheriff, ex-Offlcio Auctioneer. Caucasian, June 22, 1913. Sherift's Sale. No. 15,584-In the First Judicial Dis trict Court of Caddo Parish, La.: W. G. Wadley vs. J. E. Buvens By virtue of a writ of flori facias to me directed from the Honorable First Judicial District Court of Cad do Parish, La., in the above num bered and entitled suit I have seized and will offer for sale at public auc tion for cash and according to law at the principal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, La., during .he legal hours of sales, ou SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913, Lot seventeen, block "C," of the Thornhill subdivision of the City of Shreveport, La., and also lots one and two of block "I'" of the Thorn hill subdivision of the City of Shreveport, La., with the buildings and improvoemerits t heret n. Said property seized :s belonging to thLe above named defenrdant and to b,, sold to pay aind satisfy the debt as specified in said writ, say in the sumn of four hurndr!d and fifty dollars, with 6 per cent interest thereon from January 9, 1909, until paid, arnd thirteon oand 50-100 dollars with legal interest ihereon from dale of Judgment April 30, 1913, and ail costs of this suit which is not sus pended by devolutive appeal. J. P. FLOURNOY, Sheriff, ex-Officio Auctioneer. Caucasian, June 22, 1913.