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*Weeajicn Mrises that you need an Under taker, it is then you will ap preciate the more that be sidas being able to procure necessary furnishings at an expense to suit your wishes -the appointments will be high class, and a Lady Un dertaker will attend the de ceased if it he a lady or child, and the obsequies carried out with that digni fied solemnity so desired, and yet so lacking in most present day funerals. We have the reputation as b, ing without a peer. Wellman d'C . Undertakleri 618 Texas St. Phones 187 SHREVEPORT, LA. Mlurff 41 Thurber ATTORNEYS AT SAW l$i Commercial National Bank Bldg. Long Distance Phone 709 &GILL PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS Shreveport, La. BUCKELEW HARDWARE CO. HARDWARE Elwood Standard Hog Fence this Fence will stand the test. Try it Edenborn Line (Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co) THE SHORT LINE THE POPULAR ROUTE Between SHREVEPORT ALEXANDRIA BATON ROUGE BAYOU SARA NEW ORLEANS And to All Points East and Southeast T.hrough Sleeping Cars S - ree Reelining Chair Cars For information regarding rates, etc., ap.ply to 0. B. BATTON, City Ticket Agt., S ,8 Milam Street, Phones No. 135 T. C. FREW, Commercial Agt, 419 Spring Street, Old Phone 2634 M lrN ý P. A. BLANCMARF m & Bllanchard Attorneys and Counsellors at Law (OWse in Continental Bank Bldg. Willn Praettie tIAll State and Fed oral Conmit ;:N WAX Johuson's a Sla and Wu JAP-A-LAC Liquid Veneer Klein's Pllers r rett T W. W. WARING : ' r C, y . 240-3 The Ca1ucasian ng S Lo. Of the Shreveport Hotel Copmeny. State of Louisiana, Parish of Cad do: &efore me, Johnr D. Wilkinson, a notary public in and for said Par ish and State, duly commissioned and sworn, personally came and ap peared H. B. Mabson, a resident of Jacksonville, Fla., C. C. Miller and James Furlong, 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, they have formed and constituted them selves and do by these presents form and constitute themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become associated with them, into a corporation and body corporate, and have adopted and or dained and do by these presents adopt and ordain as their .charter and act of incorporation the fol lowing, to-wit: ARTICLE i. The name and title of this corpor ation shall be the Shreveport Hotel Company, with its domicile at Shreveport, Louisiana, and under said corporate name it shall have and enjoy succession for a period of fifty years, unless sooner dis solved as hereinafter provided. All legal process shall be served on the president, or in his absence on the vice president, or in the absence of both on the secretary of the com pany at its domicile. ARTICLE II. The purpose for which this cor poration is formed and its objects are hereby declared to be to own, lease or acquire hotels, restaurants or rooming houses, and to conduct, operate and maintain a hotel, res taurant or rooming house, together with a cafe attached thereto, and to engage in the purchase and sale of personal property in the State of Louisiana or elsewhere, and gener ally to do any and every thing necessary or usual in conducting a hotel, restaurant or rooming house, and in purchasing and selling such property as may be necessary or in cident to the operation of the same. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at the sum of fifty thousand dollars, divided into five hundred shares of the par value of one hundred dollars each and it shall, commence business and become a going concern whenever five thousand dollars of its capital stock is subscribed for and paid for in full. All stock may be paid for in cash, property or labor, at the discretion of the board of directors, and when issued shall be fully paid and non-assessable. SARTICLE IV. The affairs of this corporation shall be managed and controlled by a board of directors consisting of three stockholders, two of whom shall constitute a quorum, to be elected at a general stockholders meeting on the first Monday in No vember of each year, and to hold office for one year, or until their successors are elected and installed. Until the election in November 1914 the following .shall constitute the board of directors of this corpora tion, to-wit: HI B. Mabson, who shall be president; James Furlong, who shall be vice president, and C. C. Miller, who shall be secretary, and they shall bold their offices un-i til the first Monday in November 1914, or until their successors are. elected and installed. They shalli have power and authority to make such by-laws -or rules and regula-, tions as they may deem necessary for their government; to fill any vacandy oceurring in said body by electing a stockholder for the un expired term, and in fact to do and perform any and all things that said corporation may do under the laws of the State:-of Louisiana, except as herein otherwise provided. The president of.said board of directors shall have power and authority to employ and .discharge any and all employes, clerks or managers, to is sue any check, note or other obliga tion of the company that he may deem necessary in transacting its busines& ARICLE V. This charter may be altered or amended, or this, corporation may be dissolved on a' vote of three fourths of the stock east at a meet ing called for that purpose after thirty days written and published notice to said stockholders, as, is now or man' hereafter be required by law, and and.such neeting, as well as any other stockholders meeting, each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote, e #_ t e y its owner in person or by written proxy. When not 4therwise required by law, n~ p e ofti a stockholders meet io gs disalbe ten byl written no ting alpt the stock older at his e~es; p ' B b otherwise, its affairs shall be liqui dated by two liquidators to be elect ed by the stockholders at the meet ing ,called for its dissolution, and such liquidators shall perform such duties and give such bond as the stockholders may require. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever be held liable for Ihe contracts or faults thereof in any further sum than the unpaid bal. ance due on his stock; nor shall any mere informality have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing any stockholder to any greater loss than the amount of Iis 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 amount of stock subscribed for by each, which shall conslitute a sub scription list to the stock of this kcorporation, on this the 98ti s.l~ of November 1913. , H. B. MABSO., 200 shares. JAMES FURLONG:, I share. C. C. MILLER, 9 share. Attest: T. ALEXANDED. iB. BUCKLEY. JOHI It. 'IIVi1KPSON, Notary Public. Having carefully rxamine4 the foregoing charter and finding noth ing therein contrary to law, 9 here by approve the same. Done and signed this the 19th day of Novem ber 1913. W. A. MABRY, District Attorney. Endorsed: Filed and recorded Nov. 19, 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 office. Given under my hand and seal of office this 19th day of No vember 1913. W. M. LEVY, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. Nov. 20. Constable's Sale. No. --In the Justice of the Peace Court in and for Ward Two of Caddo Parish, La.: J. M. Land vs. C. E. Latham. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale to me directed by the Honor able Justice of trie Peace Court, C. E. Dunson, Justice of the Peace, in the above numbered and entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction, with benefit of appraisement, for cash, at the principal front door of the court house of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 1913, The following described property, to-wit: Lots numbered seventeen and eighteen on block five of Chris tian Heights addition to the town of Vivian, La., as per the recorded plat of the said addition in the recorder's office at Shreveport, La. Said prop erty seized as belonging to C. E. La tham, the above named defendant, and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt and judgment as specified in the said writ, say in the sum of eighty two and 95-100 dollars, with five per cent per annum interest thereon from the 30th day of August 1913, and all costs of this suit, C. P. BARNETT, Constable, Ward 2, Caddo Parish, La. Caucasian, Oct. 19, 1913. Constable Sale. No. 43--In Justice Court First Ward of Caddo Parish, La.: Samuel Feist vs. Harriett Fopp. By virtue of a wrik of fieri facias issued " in the above entitled and numbered suit by the Hon. Lon M. Winston, judge of the First Ward of Caddo Parish, La., and to me direct ed, I have seized fnd will sell at public auction at the front door of J. W. Dixons store in' the town of Belcher, La, between the legal hours for sales, on SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1913, The following, to-wit: Twelve hun dred (1,200) pounds of seed cotton, more or less. Seized as property be longing to Harriet Fopp, the above named defendant, and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt as specified in the said writ, say forty-four and 41-1i0 dollars, and all costs and in terest. W. B. CULPEPPER, Constable Ward One. Caucasian, Nov. 4, 1913. Estray Notice. Taken up by Will Black at his pasture near "Three Forks," north west of the city, about a quarter of a mile from the city, about Oct. 27, 1913, one mare mule being marked; as follows: Mouse colored, about 15 hands high, about 10 years old, no brands or marks noticeable. The owner of said animal is ordered to prove ownership and pay costs, or stid animal will be sold at court house square, Shreveport, La., on turday, Dec. 13, 1913, between the legal bours of sales by the city mar shall, sacerding to law. Done and thim l tst day of November L. O. BILNCEAfll, CHARTEt Of S1h Wenol Constructiob tom panv. Itate of 7,ouisiana, Paristi of Cad do: ,Me it known that on this day be fore mie, a notary public, within and for the Statf and garish aforesaid, duly conunissioned and sworn, came and appeared the several Varties whose names are hereunto sub scribed, who declared that they ha\e formed and do by these pres ents form, organize an4 constitute themselves into a corporation under the name and style, for the objects and l)url)oses and under the cendi tions and regulatione following 40 wit: ARTICL, 3.. The name and title of said cor poration shall be the Benoit ton struetioS (ompan), and its domicile is herelby fixed and established at Shreveport, Caddo parish, La., and under its said corporlae name said corporation shall have power and authority It contract, sue and be sued; to make and use a corporate seal and the same te break or alter at pleasure; to hold, receie, have, purchase, improve, alienlae, convey, borrow, pledge, mortgage and hy pothecate under its said corporate name, propert.y real. peional and mixed, ang to ele all the things anId Sot permittlct b~ law and necessary and groper ft ear ry on the b.jects and purpose* of said corporation. the president, *r in his absents the gice president, shall be the proper person tpon whom legal process shall be served. This corporation, unless sooner dis solved in accordance with its char ter, shall exist and endure for a pe riod of ninety-nine years from and after the date hereof. ARTICLE II. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organ ized and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are hereby de clared to be to buy real estate, con struct houses thereon, and to en gage in the business of constructing and erecting buildings of every na lure or character whatever, and generally to do such acts and things as are necessary and incident to such business, ARTICLE Ill. The capital stock of this corpora tion shall be fifteen thousand dol lars ($15000.00), divided into and represented by one hundred and fifty shares of the sum of one hun dred dollars ($100.00) each, which said stock shall be paid for at the time of subscription, or the same may be issued at not less than par in exchange for property or rights actually received or purchased by the corporation, or the same may be issued full paid for money ad vanced or other valuable considera tion as the board of directors may determine. This corporation shall commence business as soon as five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) of the capital stock shall have been sub scribed. ARTICLE IV. The corporate powers of this company shall be vested in and ex ercised by a board of three direc tors, who shall for the present be A. Benoit, J. W. Benoit and Mrs. Willie Benoit, of which board A. Benoit shall be president, and J. W. Benoit vice president, secretary and treasurer, and who shall hold their offices until the next regular meet ing of the stockholders for the se lection of the board of directors, which shall be held not later than the first day of December 1914, and anually thereafter stockholders meetings shall be held, and of which meetings written notice shall be given and directed to the last known place of residence of each of the stockholders. ARTICLE V. The board of directors shall have full power to fill vacancies in their number caused by death, resigna tion or otherwise, and from the stockholders of the company; they shall have full control of the prop erty of the company and shall so conduct, manage and use the same as they may deem best and as is consistent with the objects and pur poses of this company; they are au thorized and empowered to frame and adopt such by-laws and regula tions as the affairs and business of the company may require, and em ploy all officers, agents, employes, servants and clerks as they may deem necesasry, and fix the salaries of such employes as well as the sal aries of the officers provided for by the stipulations of this charter. ARTICLE VI. This charter may be amended, al-, tered or abolished or the capital stock thereof increased or dimin |ished by a vote of two-thirds of the stockholders cast at a meeting called for that purpose in accord ance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, provided that the notice of any meeting may be waived by the unanimous consent of all the stockholderis. At each stockholders meeting each share of stock shall be etbiled to one vote toe. ea-& i -fi 4n: " -+ *e vided by law, ten days notice ofi every stockholders meeting shall be given by letter addressed to the stockholders ,through the mail, to his postoffice address as recorded on the books of the company, and no stock shall be permitted to 4i voted by any person other than its owner as shown by the books of the com pany. When this corporation is dis solved, by limitation or otherwise, its affairs shall be liquidated and settled by one or more liquidators elected b, the stockholders at the meeting talle4 for the dissolution thereof, and said liquidator or liqui dators shall have such power and authority and give such bond and security as the etockbold'ier wiay determine. ARTICLE VI=. N.o stockholder of this corpoI'ation shall ever be held liable or respon sible for the obligations or faults of this company in mny further sum than the unpaid balance due the company on the shares of Isock subscribed for or owned by him, nor shall any informality is the organm zation have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing any stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid balance due en 6tis stock. Thus done and passed os this the 10t% day of October A. 10. t913, in the 1pveencn el 8he attestiotg vit nes o E " A. 3E Offo $. ¶t9 BENOIV. WILLIE BENOI'.o 4AM WIENERl J1% J. ,. LYONS. Attest9 1Oi C. 3ELLOWO. R. WOLPF, J. W.4)AVI . *'REA PUGI?, Notary Public. Endorsed: &'iled and recorded Oct. 24, 1913. S. O. WILLIAMS, )eputy 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 office. Given under my hand and seal of. office this 24th day of Octo ber 1913. S. O. WILLIAMS, Deputy Clerk and ex-Officio Deputy Recorder. Oct. 26. Criminal Venire Of the First District Court for the Five Weeks Commencing the Third and Fourth Mondays in November, and the First, Second and Third Mondays in Decem ber 1913. For the week commencing the fourth Monday in November 4913, for the trial of criminal cases: 4 Freedman, Aaron 4 Ball, G. T. 1 Hale, J. R. 4 Mallin, J. J. 4 Groner, Sidney I Bundy, Nollie 2 Bates, S. B. I Eubanks, Homer i Francis, E. M. 4 Lightner, S. S.' 7 Reisor, F. J. 4 Oden, W. G. 4 Houston, Collie 3 Ballard, E. E. 3 Arledge, J. L. 4 James, R. P. 2 Webster, E. A. I Covington. J. J. i Ridge, F. M. 4 Sealy, J. P. 2 Angell, M. G. 3 Currie, W. L. 8 Forbing, H. S. A. 2 Miller, Geo. B. 3 Dunlap, B. 4 Duck, W. L. I Allison, J. R. P. 2 Moore, John T. 5 Hicks, E. W. 6 Alfred, W. For the week commencing the second Monday in December 1913, for the trial of eriminal cases: I Stroud, J. F. 7 Hendrick, O. J. i Atkins, C. H. 2 Barlow, C. W. 2 Ober, Jacob 4 Thomap, W. F. 2 Duty, D. B. 4 Snyder, H. T. 4 McGuirk, A. 1 Chandler, J. R. 5 Hill, A. W. I Austin, G. G. 6 Johnson, R. N. 1 Ownes, M. C. 4 Bartlett, Curtis 4 Steere, A. C. 4 Lorant, Danes 1 Carter, David 4 Cayce, E. S. 6 Hudson, J. R. 4 Simmons, E. B. 4 Robinson, H. C. 4 Addison, U. C. 4 Bankson, J. H. 5 Evans, W. R. 5 Carter, J. M. 2 Harger, Homer 4 Sellers, R. M. 4 Lynch, W. W. 4 Goff, A. K. For the week commencing the third Monday in December 1913, for the trial of criminal cases: 2 Anderson, J. S. 2 Childs, J. C. 2 Heflin, W. J. 8 Waters, G. R. I Hale, J. M. 3 Flowers, R. M. 2 Bourquin, W. M. 1 Ritter, E. C. 3 Barnes, P. R. I Lenoir, H. J. 3 Crisp, Leroy i Hoss, A. J, 1 Elder, E. J. I Peak, W. J. 2 Mastin, John 4 Nickel, A. H. 6 May, J. L. 2 French, J. B. 4 Ward, Marmaduke 2 Bullock, J. L. 4 Welsh, J. R. 2 Everett, R. M. 1 Andrews, A. A. 3 Cushman, R. H. 5 Attaway, J. M. 8 Jones, A. C. 4 Pritchard. J. G. 4 Moore, E. E. 4 Severance, H. M 5 Flournoy, Silas C. F. H. GOSMAN, LEVI COOPER, C. MONCURE, J. B. ARDIS, F. A. LEONARD, Jury Commissioners. S. N. KERLEY, Clerk and ex-Officio Jury Commis sioner. Attest : S. . WILLTAMS. A. S. HARDIN. A true Copy. A. S. HARDIN, Cbief Dep ty Clerk. AVL-J* a CHARTE& of she F'ourooy Msefestile Cos*O pany. The $t3?. eo I oHlisiaiai PI9is a all C:ad>): ELcfirr ane ,. :. . Ilttrdogmnlt .Jr.. notlry iublisoI 8I annd for Sth' State of .1~lnisian .in4 Ila. P'ariah of Caddo. 4ul ao'lmiamisahio)e aerai sworn, on thio ?ay rtm an4d ap pearcd the o'seral .ier.no l.,io. names are ihereunto subwrit4d . ho declared to me that lhey ado Qtore'%" form themselveo anlut~ a o.Dr·poration under the laws if the Ptate of touisiana, tinder 8he otirqIatiows hervinaf ter set o()t, toooid. AlRTICLE S. The 2lante and style o$ 9 io ear'o poration is hereby declare tot be Flournoy Eer'cantiib tonapanl6 at shall have the riglht 9t enjoy o·t. cession for nlinety-nine pears, wsith lihe right t.® contract, at anld be sued, and 1tr hold, yurchase lease, sell and hypothIrecate Vrooerty, real and personal; its onimicile shall be at the Station Flournoy. Caddo 1ar ish, Louisiana, an4 all citation and other legal proce.s shall be mide on its president ,or ie lio abernce at the stli* of hsla oirelay actordisg to 4 lhtE IJ , Vte objevt for vbhicla Qtie tore poratiaue i organized and t.he lVa ture of flih busil~es uaO be earsied ors .by it are reclare4 t. oe b o eargl or a general retail d~r gOdos, i.se cery and mercantile busineses to buy, sell antl etherwis deaf i, gro cories, airy goods, &ootl and shoes and general merchandise, and to carry on a general advancing busi ness, for the purpose of advancing supplies, etc., and to own and ope rate a cotton gin, to buy and sell cotton, and to do any and all things incidental to the purposes above named; and generally to do any and all things necessary to be done in the furtherance of such objects and purposes. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed and declared to be the sum of twenty-five thousand ($25,000.00) and no-100 dollars, di vided into two hundred and fifty (250) shares of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each; said capital stock to be paid for in cash or its equiva lent, but shall not be issued and sold for less than its par value; this corporation is authorized to com nience business whenever six thous and dollars of its capital stock shall be subscribed and paid for in full. ARTI'CLE iV. The corporate powers of this cor poration shall be vested in a board of directors consisting of three stockholders, who shall be annually selected on the first Tuesday in Jan uary. The first board of directors is hereby declared to be A. G. Flour noy, A. D. Hatcher and L. M. Flour noy, who shall serve until the first Tuesday in January of 1915, or until, their successors are elected and qualified. The officers of this cor poration shall be a president, vice president and secretary-treasurer; and the first officers of said com pany are declared to be A. G. Flour noy, president, secretary-treasurer; A. D. Hatcher, vice president. A ma jority of the stock shall elect the directors, and in all elections or proceedings of stockholders each share of stock present or represent ýd by written proxy, shall be enti tled to one vote. Notice of all elec lions or meetings of stockholders shall be given by written notice to each stockholder ten days before such election or meeting of stock holders; directors shall be chosen at the office of the company. ARTICLE V. No stockholder shall be liable en account of any obligation to this corporation in any other sum ihan the amount of the unpaid balance due by him on stock subscribed for, and no irregularity or any infor nality in organization shall have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing any stockholder to any liability beyond such unpaid balance. ARTICLE VI. This charter may be amended (except as to the increasing or de creasing of its capital stock) by a two-thirds vote of the stock repre sented at a meeting of the stock holders convened for such purpose after ten days written notice as above prescribed. Whenever this corporation is dissolved by limita tion or otherwise, its affairs shall be liquidated by three commissioners elected at a stockholders meeting, who shall have full power to wind up its affairs and settle eits indebt edness. In testimony of all of which the said above named parties have af fixed their signatures on this the 3rd day of November 1913. A. G. FLOURNOY. A. D. HATCHER. Attest: L. M. FLOURNOY. E. B. HERNDOTN. JOHN R. JONES. E. B. HERNDON JR., Notary Public, Caddo Parish, La. Endorsed: Filed and recorded Nov. 3, Sa. ao8.. WILLIAMS, Dpaty Clerk and ex-O4eto Deputy Stafe soi Louisiawx, .Irish of Cad d': I te/eby certifv that the above and foIugoing is ® tres and correct rCpor e> fl, o~iginal jat .s the same iri1a appearO enn file 9in of reo id in ini sollcv. aiis~ii under my hand and egat aý e ~ , l6 is i 3rS day of Nove'n d!',1[ g ~ 3 Nov. 4. :. D.(. a-- i ShIn )'ir-t iludiial Dis 9tr''t l'ourl of Ua:ldio Parish, La.: W'. W. Pag,- s . gar ah raylor, Ad alinit r-afor, 1.p Virtue 0i-4f a 4 writ of seizure and sale to roie tiilactle'l from thie iHon orable f'irst .dudicitl Ilist.rict Court of Caddo )'arish. 'Louisiana. in the above nuii,lered and entitled case, I have eize4 and will offer for sale at pultic suati'on for cash and without the bnetliP of applraiserunent, at the prineial fr'ont door of the court hou.r of Eaddo Parish, Louisiana, during the legal hours of sales, on SA.'URI.a AY, DEC. 13, 1913, Section twelve, township seventeen , range silteen, less 80 acres off of the east wide of said section sold to Tis by leaving 560 acres, with all build inge and improvements thereon. Sail property seized as belonging to the above named defendant and to be sol® fo pay and satisfy the debt as ep.cifie4 in said writ say in the sutr ,O three thousand dollars with eight per cent per annum interest thereos dn five hundred dollars frolig Nos. 9, 1905, and on like sum froorn 'o'. x, 1909, on like sum from Nov. 1, 9910, and on like sum :rom Nov. 2, 91t9, and on like sum from Nov. ®, 9912, and on like sum ;rom Not. 9, 9913, and all costs of this suit, as well as ten per cent opt said princi~al Ond interest as attorney's fee% 5. P. FLOURNOY, &heriff, ex-Ofllcio Auctioneer. Caucasian, Nov. 11, 1913. Iuccession sale. No.47,597-In the First Judicial Dis trict Court of Caddo Parish, La.: Succession of Sylvia Davis. By virtue of a commission issued to me by the Honorable First Judi cial District Court of Caddo Parish, La., I will sell at public auction at the front door of the court house in the City of Shreveport, ',addo Par ish, Louisiana, on SATURDAY; DEC. 13, :913, The following property belonging to the Succession of Sy'lia Davis: The undivided half interest hi the north east quarter of southeast quarter of section 33, and the east ha.tt.of the northeast quarter of section 3~and like interest in the buildings and im provements thereon, and all of the 40 (forty) acres off west side of sec tion 34, beginning at the northwest corner of section 34, run thence east 6 2-3 chains, thence south 60 chains, thence west 6 2-3 chains, thence nqrth to place of beginning, together with all buildings and improvements thereon, all being in township 15, range 16,4Caddo Parish, La. Said sale being made for cash, for the 0pur pose of paying debts, according to law. ILOUIS MOSELEY, Administrator. Caucasian, Nov. tt, 1913. Succession Notie. No. 15,866-First District Court, Wa^ ish of Caddo, State of Loutiaha: Succession of Mrs. .nnie L. $tl ler. Notice is hereby gien that S. gr vin Miller, executor, Is ais ay filed his final accourt in saW sCE cession, and unless cpWosities bo made thereto within the ti ge s. i fled bp law the same will bie &aly homologated as praye, for. Witness the Ron. John . l1Ed, judge "? said court, this 3r6 &ay oP 7.aoerlash !0. O.. WLl&aMS, Deputy *lerE. C.ltlisea, 9Wo. 4, 0913. Sheriff's 4. No.4,,53t--In the First Judicial *is trict Court of Caddo Parish, La.: A. Rosenwald vs. C. L. Bland et al. By virtue of a writ of fleri facias to me directed from the Honorable First Judicial District Court of Cad do Parish, La., I have seized and will effer for sale at public auction 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 on SATURDAY, DEC. 13, 1913, Lot five of block twelve of the Queenshorough subdivision of the City of Shreveport, Cadrdo Parish, La., together with the buildings and improvements thereon. Said prop erty seized as belonging to tie above named defendants and to be sold to pay and satisfy the debt as specified in said writ, lay in the sum of four hundred and fifty and no-o00 dol lars, with eight per cent per annum interest thereon from the 13th day of September 1912 until paid, and all costs of suit, as well as ten per cent on said principal and interest as at torney's fees. J. P. FLO; RNOY, Sheriff, ex-Oflicio Aitcl ioneer. Caucasian, Nov. 9, 1913. Your azbecription will be appre elated. One year only or;e dollar, Wri.sh is lees than 2 cents a week.