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George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
t43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 665.
GOOD Union Saloon.
301 - MOEOAN STEET - 30t
COLD o'"' A"" ---O. l
BEE R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
Cooking Utenrlls, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE A SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS 60.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Off le: 28 Segusln Street. R**Ildenms 421 Pellmm AM
PHONE, ALGIERS 464-W.
When in Need of
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
Can Supply You Promptly
Telephone, Write or Wire
838 Canal St.
Phone Main 667 New Orleans
Where and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Omoers.
STO. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Ste. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A.
M., meets every Tuesday evening in
Masonic Hall, corner Olivier St. and
Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vile St.; S. W., Fred H. Gait; J. W.,
Adolph Spitfsaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
ht rbert, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson,
518 Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth
erland; Tyler, W. Senat; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; 8. D., A. W.
Lucas; J. D., E. Dosher.
CRIESCENT LODGE NO. 3.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P,
meets every Friday night in Pythian
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; E. E.
Babin, 307 Delaronde St., K. of R. and
S.; Peter Clement, Prelate; L. J. Pet
erson, M. E.; C. Barthaut, M. A.; C.
Miller, I. G.; Louis Martin, O. G.; Pe
ter Clement, representative; Jules Ba
bin, alternate; Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
V. Kraft and F. C. Wagner, trus
tees; C. Miller, janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
Rapp and Dr. W. H. Weaver. physic
inns; E. J. Mothe, undertaker; E. K.
HALCYON LODGE NO. 66.
Meets second and fourth Thursday
of each month; quarterly meetings,
first Thursday in January. April, July
and October, in Pythian Hall, at 7:30
Gastave Peterson. 339 Elmira Ave.,
chancellor commander; August C.
Brill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. U. Lewis, master of work;
Wm. A. Scholl, 132 Lavergne street,
keeper of records and seal; John
Porzler, master of inance; Frank
Henninl, mater of exchequer; James
O. Stewart, master-at-arms; J. T.
Hughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
outer guard; Jos. Hughes, Sr., grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew.
art, alternate; Dr. J. E. Pollock for
Algiers, Dr. C. F. Qelbke for Gretna
and Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
physicians. Jno. A. Barrett, under
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 136.
Virginia Lodge No. 136, K. of P.,
meets on the second and four % Mon
days of each month in Pythian Hall at
7:30 p. m.
Chancellor commander, W. B. Ow
'eas, 440 Elmira Ave.; vice chancellor,
B. Voegtlin; prelate, J. Pendas; keep
r it record and seals, L. F Oich, 638
Dilrs avreanuoe; master of exchequer.
IL Achkr; master o finance, 8. 0.
Smiuk; miastertrarme, A. J. Besoa;
taer gu.rd W. Goodwln; aoter iard,
G. I. PresA; -ad lodpge representa.
tvea 0. Smith: eltermat, . A F.
masmman; pyIeUla hr Ailger Dr.
Ja A. Rapp; ro MeooamoAvlle and
0Geas, Dr. W. H. Weaver.
OIesR OP ASANrm ra&.
TL sonN eOAfan Ne n
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Amuedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminie
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
ecta, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith. guardian, 625 Belle
Lizzie Borden. clerk, 549 Vallette
Street; Via Demuth, asistant clerk.
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
Mock. outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Bar
rett; E. J. Mothe, undertaker.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA
Meets on the irst Wedneeday of ev
I ery month at Renecky's Hall at 7:30
p. m. Julius Hambacher, president;
John Sprada, vice-president; George
L Brunssann, treasurer; Frank Kraemer,
1 435 Bonny St., recording secretary;
Philip Easinger, financial secretary;
John Kinsinger, 233 Seguin street,
chairman of sick committee; John
Teteberg, chairman of widow and or
phans' committee; Peter Bensinger
and Theodore Duverth; William Oden
- wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
sician; George Brunssann, undertaker.
L Address all letters and communica.
tions to FPrank Kraemer, 535 Belleville
WORKINGMEN'S UNION AN BE.
Meets every third Wednesday of
each month at Pythian Hall.
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope
lousas Ave. and Nunes St., or Court
Louis F. Willis, Vice President, 615
C. E. Hildebrand. Treasurer, 435
B. A. McCloskey, Recording Secre
tary, 433 Bonny St.
E. E. Babia, Financial Secretary, 112
1 G. G. Brunssana, G. M., 243 Morgan
r P. Gauthresaz, Sergeant at Arms,
L 808 Belleville St.
Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
mittee, 437 Opelousas.
Dr. J. R. Adams, physician.
0. G. Brunssann, undertaker, 243
SKnights of Honor
S ALGIERS LODGE Ne. 2540.
Aldgiers Lodge No. 21549, K. of B.,
meets every third Tuesday of eaeh
month in Renecky Hall. corner Val
lotte and Patterson streets.
Chbm P. Petherlina . P. D.; Chas.
SW. Brodtmann, dictator; Albert R.
Woolt, vies dictator; Patrick Hartnett,
uaistant dictator; Cba. H. Browules
reporter; J. D. Blebnrd iancial r
porter; Thes. A. a~bs treasurer;
Albert Baurgeol4 gusa; W. A. Webs.,
I ; Aarn J eoa inmrita;
L . Meruhy, setml . . F. -hb.
OFt IPELICAN GARAGE AND AUTOMtO
BILE SCHOOL, LTD.
UINITEI) STATES OF AMERICA. STATE
OlF LOIiSIANA. PI'ARSII OF OILEANS.
4'I'TY OF NEY ORLEANS.
le it known, that en this, the eleventh
day of the month of Jully. in the year nine
tehn hundri'ed and eleven. ( !l11 . tIwfore i.
lhertrand I. C'ahn, a notary lpuble in and for
tlie parish of Orleanl,. state of Iteluisiana.
duly tommissihned and qualified, and in the
preI.ienee of witine.sses hereinafter named and
illnder- gtlle-ld, Ipleresonlly came and a ppeailred
ithe .e-eracl pers.ons whoise names are here
untlo slserilbed, who severally dectlared that
availintg thetselves of the laws of tlhi state
in suclh cases tintde and provided anld pllar
tiilllrly o, f tthe erovi;Iens of an nI t of the
leisltere of this state, knownti as Act No.
,7 e of the sewcion oef 19l0;, they du i y letise
prsetnts cove'nantt. agree and bind thel
,lvet. aIs well eas suclth other lpersoens who
eaycer hereafter I1n 'lote associated with themt,
lto fortt and ai enstitte a c'.lorlltion and
Ie.ly polittic in law for the ojeets iand
purposlese and under the stipulatie.ns foe
Ioe ting, to-wit :- -
The namtl and title of this corporration
shall he the I'I.It'AN I.IiIAtAE ANDI A'
l'()%llaltl,l.: Se'iilU Ll., !.'1" . Its dto huille
shatll tli In the city of New 4ri'atns, and
it shall have and enjoy succession tilnd u i
corporatlle namt e for a period Of ninety-nine
Iyears from ltetnd after the te ahelreof, atend
shall have and enjoy all the riglhts and
perivile;.es granted by law to corporatl-ens.
It shall i-gin to do business at once: it
shall have power to contract, site and le
sued in its corporate name; tol make and
lise a corporate seal, and thie same' to alter
:at pleasure: to hoild, recelve, puirchase, tun
'ey, mortgage, hypotheecate or pledgel pro ,
erty, bothl real and personal ; issue bonds.,
notes and other oblligtions: to have and
emnploy such managers, directors, oe'ers.
agents, clerks and other employees as the
interests and c'onvenience of said corpora.
tlon may require; and to make and estalt
Itsh such by-laws, rules and regulattons
for the proper maagenment and centril ef
the affairs of saidl corporation as may be
necessary and expedient.
The president, or in the event of his
death, absence or inability to act from any
cause, the secretary and treasurer is hereby
designated as the person upon whom all
citations, or other legil process shall Le
The objects and purposes for whie'e this
corporation Is organized, and the natere of
the business to be carried on by .t in
the stele of Loulislana and in other states
of the United States and in foreign coun
tries, at the pleasure of the board of direc
tors. are hereby declared to be the follow
Ing, to-wit : To conduct a school where in
stnructions in the operation and repair of
automotbiles shall be given; to conduct and
oIperate a garage for the storage and repair
of automobiles and anto vehicles of all
descriptions; to buy. lease or sell. as prin
cipal, agent, or on commission, automobiles,
auto vehicles of all kinds, as well as sp
plies and accessories therefor, including
tires. luhricating oils and all other personal
prolperty, that may, into the opinion of the
hoard of directors, he deemed lroper. neces
sary, expelilent, advisable or profltable: to
acqeuire by purchase, lease or otherwise
trade marks, trade names and patents, and
generally to engage In any business whether
same be incidental to that specially statet
herein, or not, provided such business hbe
not prohibited by law.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand
4$10,000.00t dollars, divided into one hun
dred (HOOt shares one one hundred ($10.
00) dollars each, payable in cash. or its
equivalent. as the board of directors may
direct, and the corporation is to begin busi
ness as soon as three th.Jlsand ($3.000.001
dollars of the capital stock has been sub
s-rtled and paid for. All shares of stock
shall te full paid and non-assessable. No
transfer of stock shall be binding on the
company unless recorded upon its hooks.
and made in pursuance of its charter and
by-laws. No transfer or sale of stock
shall he made to any person without pre
viously offering the same at the same price
to the stockholders of this corporation;
said offer to be submitted in writing to the
board of director:. stating the number of
share offered for sale, the price hona fidely
offered for the same. and the name of the
person making such offer; sech option shall
he granted for a period of not less than
twenty days, unless the board of directors
unanimously waive delay, In writing.
All the corporate powers of this com
pany, and the management an dcontrol of
its business, shall be vested in and exer
cised by a board of directors composed of
three stockholders A majority of thie dl
ectors shall constitute a quorum for the
transactlon ot all businas. The directors
shall be elected annually by the stockholders
on the second Monday of July of each year.
Each stockholder shall be entitled, nla per
s-on or by proxy, to a vote for every share
of stock owned by him, and all elections
shall be held under such rules and regula
ton as may be determined by the board of
The board of directors thus elected shall
continue in omce for one year. and until
their successors have been duly elected and
qualllfed. Any vacancy occurring on said
hoard shall be filled by the remainingol dl
rectors for the unexpired term. The board
f direto aall a t its first meeting aiter
its election, nominate out of its number a
president, a vice president and a secretary
treasurer, and these olcers shall have suebh
.ower0 a Mty be conferred upon them by
tor sh ave the riht and power, and
shall, erom time to t me ppoint or dis
charge such lerks and other employees as
may be deemed necessary, expedient and
proper, by them, for the proper conduct and
management of the affairs,, busines and in
terests of samid corporaltona. Any of the
dlrectors shall have the right to appoint
by written instrument another director sa
his proxy to act in his stead at any and
all meetingp of the board of directors.
Until the election to be held nla July 1912,
the following named persons shall consti
tute the irst board of directors: lbert
Coguenhem. James R. Stewart, William IP.
aenny, with Albert Cogenhem as president,
James R. _tewart s vice president, and
William IF. Denny as secretary-tresurer.
This act of incorporation may be chang
ed modiied or altered, or thais corporation
may he dissolvd with the assent of the
shareholders owning three fourtha of the
stock representling at a general meeting con
evned for that purpose, and after at least
ten days" writtn notice of this meeting hsa
been given th,ungh the mail addmressd to
each stockholder at his last known place ot
rlesidence, In case of dissolution by the
c.plr.tlon of this charter or otherwise, the
stockholders shall elect three llquidators to
serve without compensation, and to whom
one year shall be granted for the liquida
tion of the affairs of the corporation. In
sse of the death or disabllity of any ona of
said commissioners, the survivors of the
the remainint gc misioners shall appoint
a succor to him,
No stockholder of this corporation shall
ever be held liable for the contracts, lndebt
edness or faults thereof in any further sum
than the unpaid balance due the corpora
tlon on the mshares owned by him, nor shall
any lnformallty in organhmtlon baev the
efct of reaoderna thi charter nulsl or a
poaing a shareholder to aany liability beyond
the amount of the unpaid iha ce due on
Failure to hold the. meetin or meetings
provided for In the foregolng artiae for
the eleetion o directors and dene at the
time specfied shall not work a forfeiture
toes shall hold ther lac nttli their sue
e ~ O rlean, on the day, mouth
_ er y st r above wuittam In the pressase
or L. .Carey and Peter e eear-I
_---= and m nery oite r-ngrll
.... -+ . ,. e' ) . +,,+. ,
I the undersigned, recorder of mortgages.
in and for the parish of Orleans, state of
Ltouislana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation, of the
Pelican g;arage and Automobile School. Itd..
was this da - duly recorded in my mee,'. it
Itttk 1051. 'lIo - .
New Orleans, July 11th. 1911.
(Slgned i i' MIIIE I.EONA.I . DI . ('1k...
I. the undersigni.d notary pihli., do here
by (ertify that the above anti ftrei;oing Is
a trn.e and correct copy of the ori'inal act
of inurorlttratlon of the iPellcan t:'ar; e antd
Ati,.uto hile Stchoti. . Ltd.. on tile and of ret
ord in my nilt. with the exception of Ill,
omi.ti on of the ntttmber oitf sharte slubsrils.d
for I,v the incorporators. t,,.eth *r with the'
'erttii-ate front theI deputl y rtecordier of Intrt
zares ithreto attached.
Witn ess my hand and seal till elevenlth
day of .July, 1911.
itEIRTRtANt . CTitx. A oti o it Pu'blic
July 1:t207. Ait .. 3-107-17, 1911.
OF KItIIER AUTO COMPANY.
I'NII ED STATES OF AMIERICA. STATE
OF LOUISIANA, CITY OF NEW ORl
I.EANS. PARIS!H OF OILLEANS.
lie I" known, that on t;is tenth day of
the month of July, in the year, one thou
sand. nine hundred and e!even, before me
Ilitart I.egier, a notary public, duly comn
ussi.loned and qualitled in and for the parish
if Orleans. State of Louisiana. aforesal,'.
therein residing, and in the presence of the
witrnesses herinafter named and undersigned,
personally came and appeared the persons
whose names are hereunto subtlscriled who
delarred that, availing themselves of the
provisions of the laws of this state relative
to the organization of corporations. they
have covenanted and agreed, and do by
these presents covenant, agree, bind, forml
and constitute themsellsves, as well :as such
otlher persons as may herinafter join or
I~eume associated with then, into a cur
lparation. and lody politic in law, andi for
the objects and plurposis. and utnder the
agreetenits and stipulations following, to
The name and style of this corporation
shall be the KItEIIER AUT() COMPANY.
anl tinder that name it shall have and en
jioy all the rights, advantages and privileges
granted by law to corporations; it shall
ixist for a period of ninety-nine years from
the date hereof: t shiall have power to con
tract, situe and he sued in Its corporate
name: to make and use a corporate seal,
and the sanme to break or alter at pleasure ;
to hold, receive, purchase, convey, mortgage.
hypothecate or pledge property, real, per
sonal or mixed; to issue bonds notes and
other obligations: to have and employ such
managers, directors, officers, agents anti
other employees as the Interest and con
venience of said corporation may require
tr demand, and to make and establish ilsuch
by-lawa, rules and regullations for the cor
porate management and control of the af
fairs of the corporation as may be deemed
neessary and expedient.
The domicile of said corporation shall
Iot In the city of New Orleans. state of
Ioulaslana, anti all citations or other legal
Ipro-ess shall ie served on the president and
n his altsence on the vice president of said
corporation. In the case of the absence or
inabluty of oth of said ofme'rs then said
process shall hI served on the secr.tary
The oltbjects and purposes for wihich tills
corporation is organized and the nature of
tiii' husiness to be carried on Iy it are here
by declared to Iw: To buy. sell and deal
in automohiles and its accessories for its
own acotuan or on account for others on
commission; to lease, hire, rent, construct
or erect, or to contract for the construc
tion or erection of automobile garages, and
to operate and maintain same for the con
venienee of its patrons; to operate and
maintain workshops and mechanical plants
for the repair and rehullding of automobiles.
and generally, to do and engage in any
other tbusiners, undertaking or enterprise,
connected with, grownla out of, german or
incidental to any of the objects and pur
poses hereinahove set forth or contemplated
by this charter.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand
($10,00.00) dollars, divided into one hun
dred shares of the par value of one hun
dred ($100.00) dollars each, which shall be
paid for in cash, or may be issued at not
less than par for services rendered to, or
property actually purchased by said cor
poration. All shares of stock shall be full
paid and non-assessable. No transfer of
stock shall be binding upon the corporation
unless made upon the books of the company.
All the corporate powers of this company
shall be vested in, and the management and
control of its business and afalra shall be
exerclsed by a board of directors comeposed
of three stockholders, who shall be elected
annually, by ballot of the stockholders on
the second Tuesday In June of each year.
Each stockholder shall be entitled to one
vote on each share of stock owned by him.,
either in person, or by proxy. All elections
shall be held under such rules and regula
tions as may be determined by the board of
directors. and after at least ten days' writ
ten notice shall have been given *o each
stockholder at his last known address. The
directors thus elected shall continue In of
ice for on. year, or until their alccesora
shall have been duly elected and qualified
No failure to hold an electlon shall be re
garded as a forfelture of this charter. A
majority of the board of directors shall con
stitute a quorum for the transactioq of all
business. Any vacancy occurring on said
hoard shall be filled by the remaining dlree
tors for the ounexpired term. Said board of
directors shall, at Its first meeting, elect
from among its number, a president, a jce
president and a secretary-treasurer.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or responsible for the contracts, faults or
debts of this corporation, nor shall any
mere informallty i Itts organisatlon have
the erect of rendering this charter null, or
of exposlng a stockholder to any liability
byond the unpaid balance due on the shares
owned by him.
This act of lncorporation may be changed,
modilfled or atlered, or this corporation may
be dissolved with the assent of the stock
folders owning a majority of the stock of
the orporation at a general meeting con
vened for that purpose, after at least ten
days' nonce shall have been given to each
stockholder In the manner and form pro
vided for in Artivle V of this charter. In
case of the dissoletloa of this corporation
by the explration of this charter or other
wise,. the stockholders shall elect three
iquldators from among their number to
liqldate and settle the business and at
airs of the company. In case of the death
or ditsability of any of said liquildators, the
survivor or survivors shall appoint a sue
cessor to him.
Immediately after the first meeting of the
hoard of directors of tub company, the said
board shall elect from among its number, a
presideat, a vice presideat and a secretary
This corporation shall become a golng
concern as soon as five thousand ($5,00.00)i
dollar o its capital stock shall have been
Thus done and passed at my odee In the
city of New Orleans, on the day, month and
year, herein first above written, in the
cnee of Theodore A. Beck and Abthony
oyanl, both of this city, competent wit
neswho have hereunto signed their ames
w. dh the sid appearers and me, notary,
after due reading o the whole.
(Origlnal 8ignd): Charles Kreher, 20
shares; Bertha Kreher, pr Charles reher,
10 shares; Charles W. Kreher, 10 shares.
Witnessmes: T. A. DAcant. TroyanL
_ Rousw Lastan, at. Pub.
I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages
in sad for the parish of Orleans and state
of Lousiana, do herehy erttty that the
sbove nd oregoi chakt et the Krahre
Auto Cpompan" we this duly recorded
inlay o.e, in DBook 1018, tb~o -.
New Orleans, Ia.. I~ly 10, 1811.
A trc espy from the oLaec.
Roana Laim, Net. pss.
-ily 12.-27. &Ag. 8-10-17. Ii1L
ead Ikdt fe Flh.
w al ppea a swmlb eaa as
se~ra a r . .
Till: MAGNOLIA RE.ALTY COMIPANY.
'INITErl:i STATES OF AMEI:RICA, STATI.:
I OF I)I'ISIANA. I'AitSIl 01F Ol
L:-ANS, 4CITY OF NEW ORL.EANS.
Ite It known, that: on this third day of
thte month of .tiul, in the year of our Iº,rld.
one thousand nlie hunldred and eleven, and
of the Indlpenlence of the Unitcd States of
America theI one hundred and thirty-fifth.
'sfo,re me. Philip ;ensler. Jr., a notary pltb
..e. duly ,commissioned and qualified in and
for said city, parish and state, therein re
siding, and in the prese'ner of the wittnesses
hereinfter named and undersignedl. person
ally cmeant and appeared the underslned
iwersons who declared unto me, notary, thait
availing themselves of thet laws of the state
of lAtuisiana relative to corporations in g tIt
ratl. and especially of Act No. 7A of tI.e
general Assembly of thelt state of Louisiana
for the year 19(1, approved July 9th. 19414.
they have ctovenanted and agreed, and do hye
these presents covenant. agree, obligate anti
Iind themaselves, as well as such persons as
mnay hereafter become associated with them,
or their tuccessors. to form themselves into
and constitute a corporation for the follow
ing purposes :
The name and title of this corporation
shall ie, "TILE MA(;NOIA REALTY COlM
I'ANY." and it shall enjoy and have succes
i slon and existence for ninety-nine years. It
shall have authority to contract, sue and he
stiued, make and use a corporate seal, borrow
and lend: to purchase, lease, sell, mortgage,
pIledge. property, real, personal and mixed:
to make and issue bonds and notes: and gen
erally to do and perform such other acts as
may le requisite for the carrying on of Its
Ibusiness and affairs.
The domicile of this corporation shall be
In the city of New Orleans parish of Orleans.
State of Louisilana. All citation and other
legal process shall be served upon the presi
dent or. In case of absence, upon the vice
president. or, in trihe absence of both, upon
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is ea tablilsed, and the nature of
tihe business to be carried on by It, are
declared to Iw, to buy. mortgage. pledge, sell
and lease property, real, personal and mix
ed, in the parish of Orleans, or any other
parish in tile state of Louisiana; to build
upon or improve the same.
The capital stock of this corporation shall 0
I e and Is here-by fixed at the sum of twenty- e
five thousand dollars ($25,000), represented a
Iby two hundred and fifty shares of the par f
value of one hundred dollars t$100) each. 1
P'ayment for said stock shall be made in
cash, property or labor, and shall be paid b
for upon the call of the board of directors. r
No transfer of stock by a shareholder 1i
shall be binding on this corporation unless 8
the same appear upon the books thereof.
This corporation may begin business as
soon as three thousand dollars ($3.000) of
its capital stock shall have been subscribed c
ARTICLE V. I
All the corporate powers of this corpo
ration shall te ve'ted In a board of direc- t
tors composed of the president, vice-prest- .
dent and secretary-treasurer.
All vacancies occurring shall be filled by t
Ithe board in such manner as it may deem f,
The first election of the board of direc- a
tors of this corporation shall be held on the a
first day of April, 1912, and annually there- t
At all elections and meetings of stock- 0
hotlers upon all questions a majority of the
stock voting shall prevaIl, and each share b
shall be counted as one vote.
Elections are to be held after ten days' A
notice in writing shall have been sent by 1n
mail to each stockholder.
Until the election herelnabove provided It
for, Arthur II. Dicks shall be president,
Nicholas ientilich shall be -vice-president, el
and John Jay IIowkshead shall be secretary- a1
treasurer; and said omcers together shall
compose and constitute the board of direc
tors: and all of said o1cers shall hold of
fice until the first day of April, 1912, or un
til thber successors In omce shall have been h
ARTICLE VI. X
This charter may be amended, altered or e
modified, or the croporation dissolved, by It
a vote of two-thirds of the stockholders vot
lag by shares at a meeting convened for that r
purpose after ten consecutive days' prevl- h
ous notice given in a newspaper published in tl
the city of New Orleans. ,
No stockholder of this corporation shall c
ever be held liable for any of the indebted- ft
ness, contracts or faults thereof, In any ftr- b
ther sum than the unpaid balance due on I
the shares of stock owned by him. o
At the expiration of this charter, or in
cuase of dleutlaon before that time, Its at
fairs shall be liquidated by three commis
loners to be elected by the stockholders,
and said commisloners shall be iavested
with full power to sell all the asseta and b
property, res:. personal or mixed of this a
corporation, at publle or private sale, and
convey full asd comolete title thereto, and
to do and perfnrm all acts essentlal and
proper to a foll and complete liquidation of b
the stalrs of this corporation, and to dis- J
tribute the proceeds, if any, in accordance si
Thus done and passed In my notarial of
fiee at the city of New Orlenas, on the day t
and date herelnabove first writtea, and In a
the presence of A. Miles Coe and Fred C. A
Querens, competent witnesses, who have i
hereunto signed their aar.s, toethaer with
the parties thereto and me, notary, after
doe reading of the whole.
(Original signed): Ino. J. Howkshead, b
10 shares; Nihoelas ge tillih, 10 shares,
Arthur H. Dicks, 10 shars. (WIteses): ft
A. Miles Coe, F. C. Quereas. a
PHILiP GalsLan, Ji, Notesr Pebo. s
I, the underigned recorder of mortgages b
in and for the parlsh of Orlens, state of o
Louisana, do hereby eertifyl that the above
and foregoing act of incoraoration of "The
Magnolia Rualty Company" was this day
duly recorded In my olece, iL book No. 1018,a
folio 796. N
New Orlea.s, July 3rd, 1911. t
(Signed) ExtLL ILonAUD, .3. a
A true copy:
PHIIt P GalaLas, Jr, Notery PthIt.
July 13 20 27 aug S 10 1T 1911 e
OF UNITED EXPORT LUMBIEII COM- t
U'NITED STATES OF AMERICA, 8TATEa
OF LOUISIAN, CITY OF NEW OB
Be it known, that on this 19th day of o
the month of July, in the year of our Lord,
one thounand nine hundred and eleven -
(1911), and of the Independence of the
United States of America the one hundred
and thirty-slxth, before me, Philip Gensler,
Jr., a notary public duly commlisloned and
qualified in and for the parish of Orleans,
state of ILuisilan, and in the presence of
the witnesses hnerelnafter named and under
signed, personally came and ·gpeared Carl
Stahbl, Alfred W. Duann, endrik Janseen,
William K. Knox and Wilhelm Fisher, who
declared that, availing themselves of the
proviions of the iaws the state of Lou
isiana, for themseve, their succesaors aud
lassigs, they do hereby form themselves into
a corporation, as follows:
The name of this coprertiea shall be
UNID XPORT IJ ER COMPANY.
Its diem. le sihll be l the i o New
Orlesans and it * have and enjoye e
cession-by its) namefr aperiod J
takrbity to snuet, i me in
Its sueeaTs mm; to sah ed rm a e.e
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Beer Brewed in New Orl I
brewed to suit the climg.
That v< why
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BREWERY PHONE .
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DIALIR IN THE CHOICEST
Beef,. Veal, Pork and Mu
St. John's Market.
officers. agents and employees in the state
of Louisiana and other states, as its later
ests may require; to establish, alter and
amend all rules and regulations and by-laws
for the conduct and management of Its bus
Iness as may be necessary and proper.
All citation or other legal process shall
be served upon the president of the corpo
ration, and in the event of his albence or
inability to act from any cause, the same
shall be served upon the secretary.
The objc(ts and purposes for which this
corporation is organized, and the nature of
the i11biness to Is carried on by it, are here
by declared to be:
'irst--The carrying on of a general mer
cantile business and trading generally :
N',,rnd--'l' exporting of forest products
to other countries, and for that purpose the
Iuying and selling of same;
Third---The ImyIng. selling and leasing of
timbered and other lands. timher and other
forest products; the manufacture of same
into ither products. in this and other states,
and for that purpose, the buying, building,
and selling of such manufactories or mills.
dry kilns and other plants incidental to said
busIness in this and other states, and the
operation of same.
Fourth--The construction and operation
of tramways and railways, the building.
buying and owning of barges. steamboats
and other water craft for the purpose of
conducting its said business, but not as com
Fifth-The acting as agents and forward
ing agents for others:
Ni.rth-The power of doing all things nec
essary and incidental to the business above
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby declared to be fifty thousand dEllars
($30.00o.00). to be divided into and repre
sented by five hundred (300) shares of the
par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00)
each, which said stock shall be payable for
in cash or its equivalent.
This corporation shall become a going
concern as soon as the said stock shall have
been sulbcrlhed for to the extent of fifteen
thousand dollars ($15.000.00), each, by Carl
Iltahl and Alfred Dunn. and five thousand
dollars ($5,000.00) by II. Janssen.
The stock of this corporation shall not be
transferable except upon the books of the
corporation, and no stock shall be trans
ferred by any stockholder until it shall have
been first offered for sale to the board of di
rectors of this corporation at Its book value,
or at the lowest price the holder is at any
time willing to accept, the board having al
ways the first right of pre-emption at that
All the corporate powers of this corpo
ration shall be vested in and exercised by a
board of directors, consisting of three (3)
stockholders of this corporation.
The first board of directors of this corpo
ration shall consist of William K. Knox.
Alfred W. Dunn. or any nominee appointed
by letter duly signed by him, and Hendrik
Jansen. who shall hold ofce until their
successors shall have been duly elected and
The first election of the board of direc
tors, consisting of three directors. as afore
said, shall be held on the second Tuesday In
April. 1912, and thereafter, on the second
Tuesday of April of each year the directors
shall be elected annually.
At said elections, each $100 of stock
shall be entitled to one vote, and votes may
be given either in person or by proxy.
Notice of said election shall be given
forty (40) days prior to the meeting of
stockholders by mailing to each known
stockholder, to such address as shall have
been last furnished by him to the company,
or by publication inserted In one of the
New Orleans newspapers three times in
forty days previous to said election.
The said board of directors shall make
all by-laws, rules and regulations for the
government of the business and affairs of
the company. and alter, amend and change
the same provided holders of two-thirds in
amount of the issued capital stock approve.
The officers of this corporation, to be
elected by the board of directors, shall be a
president, a secretary and a manager, and
Until the first election of directors, to be
held on the second Tuesday in April, 1912,
the following shall be the ofcers of the
company: William K. Knox shall be the
president. fHendrik Janssen shall be the sec
retary and manager, and Wilhelm Fisher
shall be the treasurer, until the first elec
tion of new directors, or until their succes
sors shall have been duly elected and qualil
This act of incorporation may be altered
and amended by a vote of two-thirds in
amount of the issued capital stock of said
corporation, and said corporation may be
dissolved. (a). if at any time the balance
sheet shall show that one-third or more of
the issued capital shall have been lost: (b),
on the written requisition of any stockhold
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Liquors, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS AT ALL HO
Furnished Rooms at Popular Prices First-Cla
Delivered to your
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UK WASTNNIOVANNI,, u 5A1 ., 100,.
er ownlng ntie trI k of the whil
capital: i .i, Is tie of a
aniounlt 'f saii -:I capital l
ge'neral meetilng , the atl
rened for th:at .. after
day. prvil .t i. oIf suuch
have 'en pilhlihel lin the daily
of the city if NIN \ i' Ireans, aall
tsuch nothe nmalld frt 1 40)
nuch mneetlng ti, ea,;!, ';tekholdl ,
known pilate o'f reistlneei.
Wlhenever this , .,iillany shall be
by .expiration of it; chliarter, of
vote of the st( rukhul,, r;, two (2)
shall he electeld I ti,l stoekbl5
enieral meetin, 'f tlie tock
after forty Ilit dayiv notice, as
vided. Thriee. Il rlia, i: r shall
office ulntl l the ll liluhlliatlom olll
ration. and in case .f the deathl
them. tihe ý,tockhoi,lhli- llmay elec a
•or, or. If theyl d not elect a
poiiwiers of both Ilgnidattu rs shall iI
the sutrvivlng liii ii tt -r.
No tiiockholdter of this co
ever hIe held Ilable or respo
iontralcts or faults of thli
any further ium than any
may tie unpadtl and due to the
on the shal:re owned by him: aut
mere informality In organizatljg
effect of rendering this charter
exposing a rstockholdeir to any.
yond the amount of his stock.
Thus done and passed at y.
this 'It". the day. month as>
ablove written. In the preence aI
A. Mlle ('oe and Fred 1'. Q
ent wltnesses, residing In this
have herj'unto signed their as ..
pears and me, notary, after da
(Original sligned) Carl
dred and fifty (150) shares, I
chell. Atty.: Alfred W. ItutaL
and fifty (15.0) shares. hby
Atty.: H. Jansen. fifty (5)0 lib -
SWitageses) : A. Miles coe, 1g11
I, the undersigned recorder al
in and for the parish of
LoulaIana, do hereby certify
and foregoing charter of the
Lumber Company has this lay
ed In my once In book No. 1
New Orleans, Loulsiana, the
A true copy :
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