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No. 2,827--In the Eleventh Judicial District Court in and for the Par ish of Natchitoches, Louisiana: Succession of Mary T. Mason. By virtue of a commission and order to sell to me directed from the Honorable Eleventh Judicial District Court of Caddo Parish, La., in the above numbered and entitled cause, I will offer for sale at public aucotion for cash and according to law, at the principal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours of sales, ,n SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913, Lot nine of the Fetzer & Auer Sub division of the City of Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, as per map filed and recorded in conveyance book 17, page 386, of the recorder's office of Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Said property to be sold as belong ing to the above succession for cash, according to; law, for not less than two-thirds dof its appraised value. J. P. FLOURNOY, Sheriff, ex-Officio Auctioneer. Caucasian. June 26, 1913. S. C. FULLILOVE LAWYER AND NOTARY 1016-17 Commercial Bank Building CIVIL BUSINESS ONLY IS DESIRED UIVE YOUR ORDERS FOR Tomnbstoies; Coping and Iron Fencing TO Shreveport Monumental Works A. 1cOUIRT, Prop. All Orders `Will Be Appreciated Old Phone 716 s73 Texas Ave. Shrevreport, La Wh to Buy AD.ILES, lARNESS ,JG6i~iES BRIDLES, OLLARS . AND ALL KINDS OF T LEATHER GOODS. Hal Wor tma~ rer of Texas and Spring Stroeet SHREVEPORT , LA. . A. iabry C I iLAWYEI TRICT ATTORNEY FIRST .1U IDI~ DAISTRICT Oeileei Court House aig Distance Phione No. 641 WAX Johnson looStains and Was PA-.LAC. At. 1i Veneer, ARCIlTECTS' SUPPLIES l'g Peer4 ta t Took 1 WARI NG i srd' $t, phone ± x ' Caucsian AT :·ing 'Coa~ IS wl' LCAL ED A ýv h The John Scharbauer Oil Company. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Be it known that: on this the 14th day of July A. D. 1913, before me, Geo. G. Dimick, a notary pub lic in and for said Parish of Caddo, State of Louisiana, duly commis sioned and qualified, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinaf ter named and undersigned, came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who severally declared that availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of the State of Louisiana rela tive to the organization of corpora tions, they have formed and organ ized, and by these presents do form and organize themselves into a cor poration and body politic in law, for the objects and purposes, and under the stipulations and limitations hereinafter set forth and expressed, and to this end do hereby formulate and adopt the following charter, to wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of the cor poration formed by this act is de clared to be The John Sceharbauer Oil Company. Its domicile is hereby fixed at the City of Shreveport, La., and it shall have and enjoy succes sion by its corporate name for a period of fifty (50) years from arnd after the date thereof. It shall have power and authority to contract, sue and be sued in its corporate name; to make and use a corporate seal; to issue shares of stock repre senting its capital stock; to acquire by purchase or lease and to hold real and personal property, and to sell, lease, mortgage and pledge the same, and to borrow money and is sue bonds, stocks, notes and other obligations, all. in aid of its main purpose as hereinafter set forth. All citations or other legal process shall be served -upon. the president of the company, or in his absence or ina bility to act upon either of the vice presidents, or in their absence or inability to act, the same shall be served at the office of the company in accordance with the directionof the law. . ) ARTICLE II. The objects and purposes fbr which this corporation is organized snd the nature of -the business to he carried on by.it are hereby declared to be to exploit, drill, explore and mine in this and other states, landa it may own or lease, containing- r believed to ·Odntain- gas, .petroleuin, and otheyr .oil depossits. sr ;pools, o. other minerals; to carry on the bus iless of searching for, prospecting, piping, storing, transporting, sup plying, selling and ,distribmiting gas, petroleum and other: oils and their products and by-products; to bore, ope-ate an-d =maintain oil -wells, gas wells, to construct;, the necessary buildings, niachinpry, plants, tanl.s, stores and -warehouses; to handle, store -and transport :oil, ,gas, brie and other: minerals, or, mineral so lutions, and to make reasonable chhrge therefor. Also, whenevdr permitted by law, to have the right, sand' power,, to© enter upon private rights of .way, easelments and prop erties of all persons and corpora tions, and to have the right of lay' irng its pipes and pipe, lines across and under any public road, streets, railroad .right of way, street rail raoad, canal or stream, .or bed of lake. ARTICLE III. The, capital stock,of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at the sum of Pone hundred thousand ($100,000.00) dollars, divided into and represent ed by one thousand (i,00), shares of the par value of one hundred dol -lars- ($i0Q.O) per share, wih-ih l be paid for in cash or its eqiiva sat the tisie of its issuance+ W~ie ever ?500. sbares or fifty thou'an] dollars of the capital 'stotk shal have, been subscribed fo-gd pd in cash or its ,equfvaetet, this co poration shall -have authority t rnmmenee° busines .` The corporate powers oft tis~ 00$ poraLion sBall he vested iis and "e 4rcoised by a board ~f 'seven diree tors, oba4os U 4rie tt8iOestock s, a iiiajoitty of whom shal constitute l usi ess. ;The, roat4 qLoi shallbe :ye tawitVpwe a d rt t iqrity~ to makeal contracts, purl > proeti4on , of ~e` buiess1 'O he' com~pany. a144 to adopt a code4tof -by4. man IiWgeilt of the usiness sint 4 pleaure "Th, ' rd: f d shllelct`th 'fieesof tisd pe b,:`nda 'tlregl t= ehageal, oficils' aidem plys fa h6 i emestian committee, composed of three of its members, and vest in the commit tee such powers, within the scope of this article, as it sees fit. The first board of directors of this cor poration shall be composed of John Scharbauer, R. H. Harle, F. E. Couch, Coke W. Harkrider, J. I. Mc Dowell, N. C. Blanchard, R. L. Heaz lit. The officers of this corporation shall be as follows: John Schar bauer, president; Coke W. Hark rider, first vice president; Robert H. Harle, second vice president; W. T. Coleman, secretary-treasurer. This board of directors and the officers shall remain in office until the first Monday in June 1914, or until their successors shall have been elected and qualified. On the first Monday in June 1914 and annually thereaf ter, an election of directors shall be held at the office of the company in Shreveport, La., notice of which meeting shall be given in any one of the newspapers published in the City of Shreveport for ten (10) days prior to the date of the meeting. Should for any cause this meeting not be called or advertised at the time mentioned, then it may be called and advertised for a later date, and a meeting held at such later date shall have the same ef ficacy and force as though held on the first'Monday in June. At all stockholders meetings each share of stock shall be entitled to one (1) vote, either in person or by proxy in writing. The term of office of no of ficial, agent or employe shall extend beyond the t'erm of office of the board of directors which elected, 'chose or appointed him. If no term be fixed during which an official or employe is to hold office, then his tenure of -the place shall be at the discretion of the board of directors. ARTICLE V. This act of incorporation may be anmended, or the corporation itself dissolved, by and through the asselt and action of three-fourths (3-4) 'Of the stock present or represented at any general meeting of the stock 'holders convened for that purpose after thirty (30) days prior notice of s.uch m.eeting shall have been given by publication in one of the daily: newspipers published in the City of Shreveport, La., by five (5) inhertibris: during said period of thirty (301 days. Should changes be 'onitemplated in reference to the caapital stock, b-esides the thirty (30) daysa notice above, ten (10) days written notice by mail or otherwise to each' stockholder shall be given. This ten':(10) days written notice nim' be' given dbring the time the thirty 'days published notice is run ning. ARTICLE VI. Whenever this corporation is dis solved-, either- by limitation of iti -charter, or from any other cause its ;affairs shall be liquidated by three -(3) " commissioners chosen by the stockholders at a meeting of the -stockhoiders convened for that pur :pOse af= ter thirty (30) days prior notice shall have .been given by publication in a newspaper as here inbefore set forth for meeting: called to. amed this charter, or ti dissolve the corporation. The com nisixneirs thus chosen shall remair i offi.e until the affairs of the cor poiatioan shall have been liquidated In case of death or resination ol bith.e c mmissioner, the 8urvivor: shall continue top act. ARTICLE VII.. No stockholder shall be held lia ble for the contracts or; faults of this company in any further sum thien M utpaid :balatace due the company on the -shares owned by him, nor . shall any informality in 6 idfiati aon have the effict of ren ering thli charter null, for of ex osing stockholders, to a*y lity lbeyod the 'amount of their stock, raBny unpaid balance that may be I;n testimo ' wh'ereof the said tgibrtie ake hereunto _signed their n ~tia ~u~:! p esence and in the ireseie of P.C. Butler aid. Otis W. P.iEO0. CDIMICK Et O. M ITH . - Nr6 ry Publho, Caddo Parish, La. State cf Louisiana, Parish of Cad SIhereby, certify that -have this dadheda nlutt ie above sadforedo ing charter or act of inorporation of. The JIoin Shabater Oil Com a n, An:d..g uoth therein law or not au horized by ereJ apiprove ,the same. e--. d i"gned .this 18th day t ofduly A". D.1913. W. A. IABRY Dial. Attorney. Endorsd ited and reorded July *, 1913. WM. M. LEVY, pt Cler1ind ex4Ofcio Deputy Stato of tLouisia, Prish of Cad d:, thereby certify 1tha the above, osf as a ý ,had. and l he oceidy f y CHARTER Of the Imperial Shoe Store Incor porated, of Shreveport, La. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Be it known that on this day be fore me, John F. Slattery, a duly qualified notary public within and for bhe Parish and State aforesaid, personaHy appeared the several parties whose names are hereunl subscribed, and in the presence of the undersigned competent attesting witnesses, declared that availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of the State of Louisiana, they do by these presents covenant, agree and bind themselves, as well as such other persons as may here after become associated with them, to form and constitute a corpora tion or body politic in law under the following articles of agreement, to wit: FIRST. The name and style of this cor poration shall be the Imperial Shoe Store, Incorporated, of Shreveport, Louisiana, and its domicile is de claredito be the City of Shreveport, Caddo, Parish, Louisiana. Under its said corporate name it shall have and enjoy (unless sooner dissolved as hereinafter provided) corporate succession for a period of ninety nine years, and under its said cor porate name it shall have the power to contract, sue and be sued; to re ceive, purchase, `hold, lease, sell; mortgage or hypothecate property, real and personal, as well as to ex ecute notes or other evidences of in debtedness; to make and adopt such necessary by-laws, rules and regu lations as it may deem proper, and the same to alter or abolish at pleasure; to employ such managers, employes, etc., as may be deemed necessary, and generally to do and perform any and all things neces sary or proper to further interest of the said company ~ the pur pose for which organized. All cita tions or other legal process shall be served on the president or in his ab sence on the secretary-treasurer at the office of said company. SECOND. The purpose for which this cor poration is formed and the nature of the business to be carried on by it is declared to be the operating of a retail shoe business and such bus inesses as are allied thereto, in the' City of Shreveport and such other cities or towns as said board of di rectors may elect. THIRD. The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at the sum o0 twenty-five thousand dollars divided into and represented by two hun dred and fifty shares of the par I value of one hundred dollars each, and it shall be afuthorized to com mence business when five thousano dollars of its said capital stock shat; have been subscribed and paid for. Any stockholder shall have the right of disposing of his stock, but before selling same to outsiders, h& shall give written notice to the cor poration, and for a period of thirty days after such notice the other stockholders shall have the privi lege of purchasing same at its mar ket value, failing to avail thenm selves of this privilege he shall have the right to dispose of as he sees fit. All transfers of stock shall be made on the books of this corporation. and until so done shall be of no ef fect. FOURTH. The corporate piowers of this cor poration shall be vested in and ex ercised by a board of directors corm posed of three members, two of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all corporate business. Should a vacancy occur in this board those remaining shall fill the vacancy by choosing a stock holder to fill the unexpired terrh. The board . of directors shall be elected at a meeting called for that purpose after ten days written no tice to the members, mailed to their book address. As soon after: the pub lication of this charter as is prac ticable the stockholders thereof shall meet and select a board of di rectors who shall hold office for one year or' until their successors are elected and duly qualified, which said election .shall take place on the first: day of July 1914, unless said date: should be a legal holiday, in twhich event said election shall be held 'on the first secular day there after. The officers of the corpora tibn shall be a president, vice presi dent and secretary-treasurer to bb. elected each year from amongst the board of directors and by said board. At all stockholders meetings each ,share of stock, present or rep r rsented by written proxy,; shall be intitled to one vote, and a majority 1f. the votes cast shall elect. As soon a.er each election of a board of di Stors as is convenient the said L ; shall meet and elect the of r Thce said board of directors l have in: addition to :the powers I ~i ai ma ene .nt, the power ik or e institutiot of suits; to `pu~t~~ teha~~t e; let~~ tri: jp l eat ;r ellsuAýh erty for the corporation as may be deemed advisable. FIFTH. This charter may be changed, modified or amended; its capital stock increased or decreased, at a general meeting of the stockholders convened for that purpose, after ten days written nolice given as above provided (except in those cases where a longer notice is required by law), with the assent of three fourths of the capital stock either present or represented by written proxy. Should it be deemed advis able to liquidate the affairs thereof, it shall be done by two commission ers elected by the meeting advising such liquidation, and should either of those elected be `unable or fail for any cause to act, the remaining shall perform the necessary duties. SIXTH. No stockholder of this corporalior shall ever be held liable or respon sible for the acts, faults or con tracts of the same in any further sum than the unpaid balance, if any, due on the stock subscribed by him, nor shall any informality in the for mation hereof hlive the effect of rendering this act void or of expos ing any stockholder to any liability further than the unpaid balance due by him fo r stock subscribed. Thus ione and signed in my office in the City of Shreveport, La., this the 30th day of June A. D. 1913. JOHN H. BREFFEILH. INEZ MARMOUGET. SIDNEY J. HOOVER, Attest: , per Inez Marmouget. J. B. SLATTERY. MOISE H. LEVY. JOHN F. SLATTERY, Notary Public. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Having examined the foregoing act of incorporation and finding nothing therein contrary to law, I approve the same, this the first day of July A. D. 1913. W. A. MABRY, District Attorney First Judicial Dis trict of Louisiana. Endorsed: Filed and recorded July 1, 1913. WM. M. -LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I hereby certify that the fore going is a true and correct copy of the origiial act as the same now ap nears o~ibfile and-of record in my of fice. Giv.n under my hand and seal of office this the Ist day of July 1913. WM. M. LEVY, Deputy Clei k and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. July 1. Charter Amendment. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Be it remembered that on this the 14th day of June A. D. 1913, at a rpyeeting of Helpman & Devore Real Estate Company of Shreveport, La., for the purpose of considering the question of amending Article I of the charter of said company, I. L. Helpman, H. H. Gee, A. D. Devore and Sterling Palmer being present and all the forms and requirements of law of the State of Louisiana hav ing been complied with, the meeting having been called tp order and Stockholder H. H. Gee having been elected chairman and acting secre tary, the object of the meeting hav ing been duly explained, the follow ing resolution was offered by said I. L. Helpman: Be it resolved that Article I of the charter of this company be amended so as to read as follows: "The name of this corporation is hereby de clared to be Irvin L. Helpman Com pany. It shall have the right, to en joy succession for ninety-nine years, with right to contract, sue and be sued; and to hold, purchase, lease. sell and hypothecate property, real and personal. Its domicile shall be in the City of Shreveport, La., and all citation and other legal process )shall be made on its president, or in his absence at the office of the com pany according to law." Which motion was duly seconaec by H. H. Gee, a stockholder, and a vote having been taken on the reso lution, the same was unanimously adopted. H. H. GEE, Acting Secretary. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Before me came and appeared HI. H. Gee of Caddo Parish, La., to me well known, who upon being duly sworn, deposes and says that all thy, facts set forth in the above state ment are true and correct. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of June 1913. ABE GOODMAN, Notary Public, Caddo Pash, La. Endorsed: Filed and recoirded June 14, 1913. S. O. WILLIAMS, Deputy Clerk and ex-a.ocio Deputy Recorder. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correc! copy of the original act, as the same now appears on file and of record in iny office. Given under my hand and sel' of office this 14th day of June 1913 S. 0. WILLIAMS, p lerk and; ex-Officio Deputy 3June 20. CHARTER.. Of the Sans Souci Social Club State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: Be it known that on this day, before Lewell C. Butler, notary pub lic in and for Caddo Parish, Louis iana, qualified and conmmission.ed came and appeared the several pt-' sons whose names are hereto sub scribeid, who declared that availin_ themselves of the provisions of the laws of Louisiana relative to the formation of corporations for se. ial purposes, they do by these pres ents form and constitute themselves into a corporation and body politic: in law, for the objects and purposes, and under the following articles 0(f incorporation, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and style of this cor poration shall be the Sans Sourci Social Club, under which name it shall enjoy succession for twenty five years. ARTICLE II. The domicile of said corporatiomn shall be the City of Shreveport, Louisiana, service of all legal pro cess shall be made upon the presi dent, or in his absence upon the vice president or secretary. ARTICLE III. The affairs of the corporation shall be vested in and under the control of a Board of Directors not less than three. Officers and direc 'tors shall be chosen annually, and shall hold office until their succes sors are elected. A majority of the members shall elect officers, and notice of elections shall be publish ed for ten days in a Shreveport newspaper. Officers shall be elec ted by the Board of Directors. The first president shall be J. J. Whit beck; the first vice president shall he Bill Brown; and the secretary shall be E. J. Whitbeck, who shall constitute the aforesaid board. ARTICLE IV. The objects and purposes of thi corporation shall be to promote social intercourse among its mem bers; to provide suitable quarters and rooms for social gatherings and entertainments; to make all neces sary provisions for the pleasure of its members in their meetings to gether, and td do such other things as may be incident to the proper conduct of a. social club. ARTICLE V. The affairs of this corporation shall be liquidated, whenever same shall become necessary, in the man ner provided by law; it being ex pressly provided that the liquida tors shall be chosen from the mem bership. ARTICLE VI. There shall -be no capital stock of this corporation, but the mem bers, officers and such other per sons as may subscribe thereto, shall make necessary provisions for the expenses thereof, by such means and in such manner as may be practical and legal, and may receive dona t.ions. .ifts or legacies. ARTICLE VII. Said corporation may sue or be sued, have and use a corporate seal. and change same at 'pleasure; may lease or acquire property for its own uses or sell or dispose of same. In testimony whereof we have this day set our signatures in presence of the undersigned witnesses, July 15, 1913. E. A. Renfro J. M. Gillispie J. A. O'Bryan S. K. Price W. A. Kelly W. R. Parsly A. B. Liddell. George Epple Mat Price J. J. Gray Haynes Wagnor A. E. Bickly Vincent Leggio Mat Westmoreland J. J. Whitbeck T. Mandel John Woodson Edgar B. Hands George Dockay R. A. Teshera Z. Pinton A. C. Riley H. L. Gata E. J-. Whitbeck Bill Brown Attest: J. O. Foster G. O. Rone LEWELL"'C. BUTLER, Notary Public. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: I, W. A. Mabry, district attor ney of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, cer tify that I have examined the fore going articles of incorporation, and finding nothing therein contrary to law, approve same. This July 15, 1913. W. A. MABRY, District Attorney. Endorsed: Filed and Recorded. July 21, 1913. S. O. WILLIAMS, 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 recordi in my office: Given under my hand and seal of office, this 21st day of July, 1913. S. O. WILLIAMS, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. July 22. Summer is a good time to prepare for the fall business. If you have I a supply of stationery printed now. I you need not worry about it when : business gets brisk and you have no time to devote to getting just, what Y yoiu want, and'have to put in a "rush S:iorder., Piiboe 1000.~ SherifYf Sale. No. 17,334-I-L thoe 'irst Judi i 1l DIs trict Cou~zrt of Caddo Parish, L1a.: W\ nl. J. 1elnpl I rc\vil (4g -i1:ilm; vS. J. Poti'eralk\. By virlue Of a ,rtJl of Seiztl're ;mi sale I( imli di l e il l ci f 'l1 l h Ilon) r abhle Fiisl Jl d ei i 44 Il4- III. 114' l .ft , o 1( l110 Iarl~i 1. 1.;I.. inl ti I bI ;l \I ntu imIber(' t I a I:,] (, imlll i t iil. I l c st'iel4 Ixl(4[1 \1 :il 'l'1 '' t (1' :.-i!' ;l! l>,1 t fi 41 t'11 ,1 4 O4 i' 4;4- a10.1 \\w ilh(tl4 tihe 1b' ietl'of aJ 41p ni4 - 4i11, al 11 'e pjrin 4ipal frt'l =11, r oI the11 rc l'.1 hell--I' of QdaIl, lari ,I ll !.lotii.iani. dluring' the l '., I Iou rs I'1r ' 4a('s, 1 o SA\'I';1 )A.Y, .\1 (;IST :I l, 1913, Lot eleven o1 s.tl ar , "1"' 1 of l'e Ito land Joinle oS 11)liviSion o-,f blc4h k sixty-set en lof Ih, (~ ily of ShrIlve port, LCaddo Pl arish, I a., a pc'r m111a1 of said Mlsul4livirin1(l r4,'4, 41 i ll 4o4n v\ya'a e .ook "'J." a e :-:1. f t' .ihe records of Iluhi Pa'igh, L4., 10 l'thr11' wi\ith all IIl, Ii uihlingi. s and iLL)lprove lel4'l thI lre.ni , 5sai4 p'rop erty ,subject Io 4l'liealion o1 f c six feet off of f(ront ol'l ion of said lot -eleven as conta4n1'd in d(old fron( J. (G. lester io John Poll(eraillky (of datE May 18. 1907. Sail [proper!y seized as 'lhenginLg 4I lth above named defendlanl anm to be sold to pay and sal isfy he 1, lebt as specified in said writ say in tihe sure of $5,000.00, represented by ten notes of $500.00 each Ita'ed MarchI 30, 1910, bearing six per yent per an nuu interest oni each fron dlate, and. also $3,000.00 repr'esfe nted bly six Lotes of $500.(1) each dated Augustl 17, 1912, wili 6 per cent per a11lnu m interest. oI eanlh Iron dale, and al costs of soill, as well as len per let ilon said sn and I interest as altor ney's fees. J1. P. IF'LOURNOY, Slheril, ex-Oiflicio Auctioneer. Caucasian, July 22, 1913. Sherilff's Sale. No. 17,241--In the First Judicial Dis trict Court of' Caddo Parish, La.: E. and A. Gras vs. M. M. Harber son et at. By virtue of a wriit of seizure a1 sale to mne directed from tihe Hon orable First Judicial District Court of Caddo Parish, Louisiana. in the above numbered and entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction for cash and without the benefit of appraisement. at the principal front, door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours of sales, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913, Lots eight and nine of block eleven of the Queensborough Addition of the City of Shreveport, La., as per map of same recorded in conveyance book 41, page 385, of the records of Caddo Parish, La., together with all buildings and imiprovenent.s there en. Said property seized as belong ing 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 five hundred and no-100 dollars, with eight per cent per an num interest thereon from the 27th day of January 1911 until paid, less a credit thereon of fifty dollars paid one year ago, andll costs of this suit, as well as ten per cent on said principal and interest as attorney's fees. J. P. FLOURNOY, Sheriff, ex-Oflicio Auctioneer. Caucasian, June 26, 1913. Lost. On Sunday, July 6, 1913, some where between Allene, Ark., and Shreveport, La., on K. C. S. passen ger train due to arrive in Shreve port at noon, one purse containing the following: Some currency. One note fcr ($3,700.00) thirly seven hundred dollars, dated (Octo ber 7, 1912, due in nine months fromn date, signed by C. B. Hall, B. B. Hall and J. W. Shelton, payable to henry D. Jackson, by whomr it was in dorsed, and also inrdorsed by W. Y. Millican. Also three vendors lin morilitgage notes of datle aboul :30 io s age, each being for ($83.3: , ighlby-ithree dollars and thirty-four (ents, mrak ing a total for the f.tret,f (.T25i.0I0) two hundred andi fifty d'ollatrs, signed by Albin 'l'oinpkins., payable to his own order and ri y hi in dorsed, due in one, two and three years from date. Title to said not.s is in ithe under' signed and tIre pul ii" :u," warned against buying or Itran'ling flIe samor. J. 1). LEE, Stir r'e' siictn \ufit r".r N',. 16,76iX- 1'ir Iii rif I I i Par Not irer: is hi 1 fl fly a ý'n lhat I ' garoe,. JarI-ann hn- in t Iii; (la leud henr final aerernn in I;h ýi P(-- iiuI) andn unless nnpporinlBinn to innisle. I nn'Lo w~ithini liii lirne ýlr('ii.1d lIr law the sali will \vi fur iv hItnnntuleýatid as pr'ayer'd for. Wiliness ltne Ion. I'. F. 1-11l ,Jmndgi of sail crurtn, this 16tli day of Juin 1913. Wm. M IE\Y T),epuii= Clarik Caucasian, ,JuiIy 17, 1913. Good statinoiery is essirktinrd tn tJIe up-to-date mek-chant. 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