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l and the WEST
r 25 to October 10, 1912
'gbsugh Trains, No Change
..O Burning Locomotives
Electric Block Signals
Sleepers, Chair Cars and
ilag Car Service Best in the
" full particulars, ask any
S Agent of the
-m desire fresh vegetables
of the varieties the se*
we can supply you.
"AMB. Wednesday and
FI, I SH, BRIMP, ORAB
333NARD VABAR s,
8s. Johm's Masetst.
ove Into a Wired House
looking for a house with all modern improvements, see
wired for electric light-it is s essential as the plumb
A House Wired for
conveniaenes and comforts not obtainable otherwise-
Ught, electric hesting and cooking, the use of electric
other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and
house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have
will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at
cot to him.
Railway & Lighting Co.
S g A. CARRGeneal Man r.
R. S. STEARNES, Superiatendent.
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and wor membee Wa sho Ow se em I
POPUa AR MECRA~PaS CO.
aOs w.w.asor.. so.tt Ecaco
Ge . E. Bays, Jr.
Ma azineso Newspapers,
Novels, School Books,
Sporting Goods Tobacco,
Ciglrs and Citharetthia ve.
sr i WA . lK It lelas blis Prt.
Prompt Attestioe .
HARRIS' ICE CREAM
PU W.T sD T I.N THI CITAGO .
180I102 DRADEB ITRBILF.
Cigars ad CigarettesO --08.
ýCeut~cld Mi . tet a* utlly #m ead -
umble ehan be md t eath sueberl
b th aieat eld b ih teular.
A T1CLrU IT.
tiw t ceaataa to at thrcok
hereel abaI be ind by a berd ul 41.
mltem eupased el mm (T) ebtbelderi.
a ajn dlye U ei ter lea querm to
held th*r esw mdll the third Meedmy of
wy fa the year 1HZ, er oaIt their musee.
-a MIl hew hems dm134 d qeedslef
a it" Ra.L Pet.r Turgumu em.
t fse, s C. Tmi.ra.de P.. 1ay,
a. Oiw~lg 1. C. Clower cad V. Preim
---a wsboss daft L:
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mehad asd wref siý 1. et
Ie rb a .*h be miF
fI- e 1.a sat c a s is
! e sat at _ __ be albs
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the security, If any, to e tfurnished them.
Said commissioner or esmmsslonera shall
remaln in ice until the safnm of the sid
eoaporaten shall have been fully liquidated
d the assets distributed. In case of death,
teignation or Ianability to act of one or
more of the aeld commissioners, the survtv
ors shall coatLne to act with the same
power and shall be authorised to continue
and complete the liquidation.
No sale of any of the stock of this corpo
ration shall be recognised until the same
shall have been transferred on the books of
this corporation In the name of the purchas
er and in no case shall less than one full
share be transferred.
The persons whose names are hereunto
subscrlbed are hereby declared to be the In
corporators of this corporation and have
respectively written opposite their names
the amount of stock subscribed by each one
Thus done and passed In my notarial of
fice In the city of New Orleans, parish of
Orleans, state of Louisilana, In the presence
of Adrian M. Font and Fred C. Querens,
competent wtinesses of lawful age, both re
siding In the city of New Orleans, state of
Ioulsiana, who have hereunto signed their
names together with the said appearers and
me, notary, after due reading of the whole,
on the day, month and year hereinabove
(Original signed) : D. J. Gay, two shares,
per E. C. Tonsmelre, attorney; L N. Dants
ler, twohares, per E. C. Tonsmelre, attor
ney ; J. '. Clower, one share, per E. C. Tons
meire, attorney. Adrian M. Font, Fred C. "
Querens. PHILIP GENSLEUR, JR..
I, the undersigned, recorder of mortgages,
In and for the parish of Orleans, state of
louisiana. do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the C
Dowling Engine ('ompany, Limited, was this
day duly recorded in my office In book 1055,
folio - .
New Orleans, July 17th, 1912.
(Signed) EMILs LEONAaD, D. R.
A true copy:
PHILIP GEN'rLER, JR..
(Seal) Notary Public.
July 25 ang 1 8 15 22 29 8
.MARX. IIYMAN & KLEIN.
UNITEID STATES OF AMERiIC'A. STATEI
OF! LOUISIANA, I'ARISII OF ORLEANS.
C'ITY OF NEW ORILE:ANS.
lre It known,. that on this thirtieth day
of the month of August, in the year 1912. b
tIsfore men Scott E. Heer, a notary publih In
and for the Parish of Orleans. State of:
Louislana, therein residing. duly sworn, comn
nmissioned and qualitled, and in the presence a
of the witnoesses who hereunto sign thelr.
names as such. Personally came and appear
ed. The several parties whose names are
hereunto siubscribed, who severally de.lared
that availing themselves of the law of this
State in such cases made and provided, they
have contracted and agreed, and do, by these
presents, contract, agree and bind themsel-I
ves, as well as all other persons who may t
hereafter become associated with them, tot
form a corporation for the objects and pur
poses and under the articles and stipula- I
tions as follow, to-wit:
The name of this corporation shall be I
".Marx, Hyman & Klein," by which said
name this corporation shall have and enjoy
corporate existance and succesilon for the
term of ninety-nine years from and after
the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved ac
cording to law. Its domicile shall be in
the City of New Orleans, State of Loulslana
It shall have power to contract, sue and bI
sued; to make and use a corporate seal and
the same to break or alter at pleasure; to
hold, receive, lease, purchase, sell, convey,
as well as mortgage and hypothecate, under
Its corporate name, property, real, personal (
and mixed, and to borrow and lend money,
and to give and receive all manner of so.
curity therefor: to name and appoint such
managers, directors, omcers, agents and em
ployees as the interest and convenience of
this corporation may require, and to make
and establish such rules and regulations for
the management of this corporation as may
be necessary and proper, and the same to
amend at pleasure.
Citations and all other legal process shall
be served upon the President of this cor
ration, and in case of his absence or disa
bIllty, upon the Vice-President thereof, and
In case of his absence or disability, upon
any officer of this corporation.
The purposes for which this corporation
It established and the nature of the business
to be by It carried on, are hereby declared
to be to conduct and carry on the business
of deallag In ladies and ehlldren's ready to
wear apparel, mllinery, and kindred liaes,
and to do all and every kind of business in
cidental to sald lines of business or con
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sum of thirty thousand
dollars ($30,000.00) to be represented by
three hundred shares (800) of the par value
of one hundred dollars ($100) each, which
capital stock may be increased or decreased
In compliance with the laws of the State
of Louisiana. Stock shall be issued nla such
amounts and at such times as the Board of
Directors may preserlbed and determine. The
said Board of Directors is empowered to Is
sue shares of stock of this eorporation, at
not iem than par in payment for labor ac
tily done for t benefit of this corpora
tlon or for the actual valu of property re
eelved and transferred to this corporation,
and for other valuable considerations, as
the Board of Directors may see fit.
Transfters of the stock of this copora
tlon shall be made on the books of this cor
oporation, subject to such formalities and
relatLoans uas the Board of Dirqectors my
B. ck and every stockelder shall lave
one vote for every share of stock estandg
In hls name on tIhe books of this eorporation.
Each etorkhelder may give any oCther stock
holder his proV i writin to repre'set him
at any and all metins of this corporation:,.
This charter Ie 1to . oull frea
ithis oporatLo' shall be a go og coacern as
Soon as the afull sam of twenty thound
($20,000) dollar ot the captal stoek there
o e shall have been suerted for.
SAll the corporate powers of this oora
tion shall be vested In ad executed by the
Boar of Dtrectors to be eomposed of three
stockolders eo this corporation, two ot
Swhom shan constitute a qnorum for the
I transetion of the astesm of this corpora
tiLo. The Boardof Directors shall be com
posed of President, a Vlce-President
STreasarer. The cmers a at named
Sshall remala In O unatil the first Monday
InJ~ns ory, 1915, and the elections of the
Bad aLally therai ter e said
Al directors shaHl bold dee auti their
eesamsa are deetletudan dualld. All such
electio shan be by ~l at the office
b g iaav e th tokhoblders by a lettr de
ed t each n evr o of them ad
e·as at the adeesa gim by him, o the
h of tis esupatlon. Any vaancy oc
i a rm t of the tea et
reman ing directors. A (hilre to leetm
ecto on se dat pealsd satll not d
hayn t1 wepow ier a to ea m iM
tI hae ra olf M dtes, an tnh o am ay
a the eh e s e o n srbo as
_ ,, .~i I ir ro
Her Mission. B
"Girl scouts must learn how to wash t
a baby, bake a loaf of bread, build a
coal fire and darn a sock, to say noth
ing of being able to find their way
about in woods and cure snake bites," a
said the parent. "Don't you want to cI
become a girl scout, dear?'
"No, mamma," replied the young
girl; "I won't need to know how to do h
those things when I grow up. I'm go
Ing to be a suffragette." n
A Hot Little Foot.
Little Kenneth was playing out near 91
the beehive. He plucked a hollyhock i
blossom and in it was a bee which k
stung himn on the palm of his hand.
He ran in the house, crying, and e1
said to his mother:
"Oh, mother, a bee stuck its foot in a
my hand."-National Monthly. a
A Mean Man. U
Belle-This paper says to eliminate a
the squeak, a Georgia man has pat. ri
ented a hammock that automatically b
lubricates itself with graphite. b
Beulah-Mean man! He was likely
anxious to hear what the couple in It
the hammock were whispering about el
"Mrs. Newritch has put a beauti.
fully carved sundial in her Italian ga;'
"And she has arranged to have it it
electrically lighted at night so she
ean tell the time at all hours." tI
Identifying the Walter. b
She-Did you notice the waiter? a
He-No, I did not; but it is no
4he same one we had yesterday. I
"How do you know if you didn'
iotice him?" it
"Why, the thumb mark on my soul iI
plate is entirely different."
HAD HIM THERL.
Ve Immkla8 I
thel-- tear thl, brds!mook A tht
ag but a net.
Tom-You ae right. May a girl rt
lmakes a good caStch i one
A ma is boua I
Who's breasklag t
A bobb le.
Fort-inate Sogateis. I
e SheHear the birdl Aren't thebl
"ong delightflt I
S re-Yae I evy the Imittl ar t
Sle-ecaese their notes ae mves
E oeUtive Uakgresld.a I
Ir "Do ye think your-au demes enoe
the rstatistlc ea s ote t year I
t"Ngo remletd Srater Sorghum "I
i iestr t '. mi to make the restm o I 1
si the eme mere naterestisg by
SHa Dr yem l the C. mp--y. 1
S"1esi McM fI as the Art to
g rast the west drum of 'Ubat' be'
LSre ea Amerlemn adlem."
" What did yeu plaar
a lE mi-play.4 the hoe in the
r gaden smee-Ut-ce.
' "What -ar they eahearsing ba
pat" ashi -the Dttl g.
e -e pasntedaes, my dear."
"Is mamem to he In 'em?'
"NeA ear, mo.e lae may talk
a in peatmi mes."
hP- Y, me yes ao enist?
"tre. 3 am still hesgto he sale
m- -- t te atoatd a asml s ese
m at hlkh me ban wll he germs'
5"Why, ae me ein as the o ae
as tes* bs)bie-s*.r ..."--atler.
FATE'S STRANGE FREAK ce
By BELLE KANARIS MANIATES. t'h
Stephen left the city streets and wan.
dered out into the country. He had
but recently returned from abroad and _;
he contemplated making a journey on
the morrow to his sister's summer
home. He had not seen her for three
years, but the prospect of his visit to
her was somewhat marred by the
knowledge that among her guests
would be the paragon of a girl whom t'
sht had "picked out for him," the glow
ina descriptions of whom he had de
liberately omitted to read in the let- A
He began to realize suddenly that ni
he had walked too far and that he
was decidedly wearied, when he saw "
ahead of him In a runabout in which
r was seated a middle-aged woman.
I Both machine and occupant were mo
L "Can you start my car for me?" she
asked anxiously as he approached.
r The trouble was a very simple ond
and he adjusted it for her deftly and
She Invited him to ride with her,
and he readily accepted. But when in
he had taken the seat beside her, to
his surprise she quickly turned the
machine around and speeded on Into tie
"I beg your pardon!" he remon
r strated. "I was about to return to
the city when I met you. Will you
kindly let me out?"
"My boy, don't you know me!" she
I entreated. "I am taking you home."
The speed was increased. He re
called the story he had heard of a =r
woman, demented by the death of her 1
son, who lived In a beautiful home an
miles from the city. Presently he "
e saw a touring car approaching at a ""r
t.I rate of speed equal to his own. There '°
was a simultaneous grinding of ru
y "Doctor," said the woman, address- ne
SIng the elder of the two men in the
Scar, "this Is my son!"
"I am glad he has returned," he said i,.
gravely. "I am Dr. Duval," turning to a
. Stephen' with a warning significant ,i
' look, "your mother's physician." u
"I met my mother," said Stephen,
"and fixed her car, and she was brlng
It lag me home. We can all go on now." to
e A quick run of three miles brought an
them to a driveway leading into a prl- .
rate park beyond which was a smooth- pr
taoed, stone house. A tall, lithe girl le
came into Stephen's vision. to
"Irenel" exclaimed the woman joy- f'
trlly, "my son has come!" so
"I am so glad," replied the girl, her nn
face paling, as she extended a welcom- p,
I ag hand to Stephen. "But, Mrs. Good
win, you must be so tired after your h,
ride. Come and lie down before visit
lag with him."
"You acted very wisely," Irene said ,
to Stephen, after Mrs. Goodwin had p
retired. "We are under great oblige
tions to you, Mr.-" I i
"I am Miss Mervue, and of course
you see that Mrs. Goodwin Is not in
her right mitnd. She has a passtng o
fancy that you are her son. She has a'
gone to sleep now, and when she m
awakens she may have forgotten she
met you, and again she might ask for d
for you. If you can spare the time-" so
"There are no demands upon my
time," he hastened to assure her, and
be proceeded to relate how he had b
met the unfortunate woman and so- I
compsaled her home. a
"She has never trled to leave here b,
before, so we were not on the watch.
It was providential that you met her y
and compreheaded the situation. She 1
ba tnlted that I dine with wi swad n
the speed the evening with yen." s
b "wi yaot" she aske ad iously.
He aseated eagerly. After dinner a
r they went to Mrs. Goodwnla's apart
meats. His task was not dllcult. The e
r woman was quite content to sit
de him and prattle gently. The
Irene sanlg in a charming contralto a
voles. At 10 o'elock, Mrs. Goodwtin's
bedtlm, sLhe bade him a tond good- s
sight and told Irene to show him to
his raoom sI
a "It l too late for yeo to retur to I
lbght," said Iren whe they ware In a
Sthe hall "She wil have forgotte you
by moratng." pi
At breakfast the next mor~ag, Irene t
r aformed him cheertully that Mrs.
Goodwtn had not mentioned his name.a
He felt an unaouatableo disppoinbt
s "o lmlght go a and s eehr. will
atr Introduce yo u a triend of maine."
"I hope you tel" he said ardently.
"I She ushe slightly, and they went
17 *o Mrs. Goodwln s silence. She look' Ot
17 ed up ashte entr eae withoat reogi.
After some desatory loawversati
they went ot sgl..
to "sya I do what she asked-le to 0
e you often' e aouked. C
"I leave here tomorsrow," heo
pied, "and yen-gm to yer sister'ts? a
e "I bve h decwded nt t go at yet,"
"I am net gols heo frwm here. I
11m goig to visit a riead, Mrs. Me
." rs. Meedith!l" he eelalmd ex. u
eltedly. "Where dos she liver"
s "lb. has a place, Ashdet, -ne
"ghe is ar 1Y tl"
"I thought yen must be her brother.
Sshowed me a plte of yoe ae." .
so "But why," ho demanded, "did sh '
a- net write mwe about e
S ! am sarrilse that she didn't."
"gh* wrote m at oenl one frien O
her, am tirem bsrl, maes meoy." I
ae smiledt m.linlereasly "r Io
a am is abased. Ir My m is ale .
Ris st eaer t wl's t
as -a m ei "
B p s - t·- en
Ilvmari & Klein" was this lday duly re.ord~sl
Now Urbs.iant . o1, , AInst, 19an al t2.
.and ther legal process shall be servry d un hl
the president, and in histhe ave ien f upon th -
Stvice-p resident, and in the ail1ne of botht.
tupon the s ecretard treasfrer. ti f
Aail o th RTICLE Il.
.The objects and purposes for which this o
n fcorporation is created are hereby declnt iared
to be to bore for o11, petroleum, gan, sait or g
any other mineral or earthen ptoducts ; to b
establish, build and construct pipe lines anti
other meani forx the transportation of such
- t..12 1f" 24i ailt 3 11 tt~*:t I,.Pu
.products to the market; to buy, sell ant i
OF l~tº1'1ýiN.\,1. l~ltlil lit'o t)1L:ANi,
otherwise it knogenerally deal in ai d oil, petro-i i
leum, gas, satlt and other mineral products: I .
to buy, sell, lease, mortgage, hypothecate.
,and otherwise acquire or alienate real and
persona l property of everyd descrptio what
soever, and geterally to io every ao any
thing not h erein specially enumerate and .tiiit l
tr : tl1)1 9.1. piria. ' il'
not ienonsliatent with the other o bjets and
npurposes herein set forth.n li
ARTIOLsE IV. e
The et pital stock of tles corporation is it
herebny ixed at the sum o ere fty thousand ''tI I
($50,000.00) dollars, dvid - e rnto, and rep
resented by ive thousand (5t0yi 0) shares of
the pter value of ten (10.00) dollars eacn f t
said shares of stock shall be issued only at
per and when issued shall be paid for inl
tir . he domrcnle of this cotporatlou: :s:all It'
cash or property, or in the equisalent there
of. As shates of stok shall be issued as t
full paid and non .ase .uable, and no trans- la
er oef said stocke shall be b slding o p said
tcorportion unless recorded on its t books. t
)No bolder of stock la this corporation v
hai firsitoeered it tthe abeard of directors. I
Sand it shall be optional for this corporationnh
uto rrthe to reyognise any trase. er of stock
thmade j violation of this provision. t
This corporation ic all be a godng oea
cern as soon as three thousand (83,000..001)
dollars of its fapetal stck shall have been or
Ssub terlbed amnd Paid or as rherlasbove pro
TAll the me powers of this corporation shall tt
hbe vested in, and the managemedt and con- tl
nalern gas, salt and othe m1: 1ineral. proucts fon"
llto ' buy, i sella, tnortgage."n:" hypolthecate
taol of its aatlre shall be exeralsrd by, a
board of dprectors to be composed of iae
stoekholdera, any three od whom eball cony
stitute quorumi t for the tr.asetion o thed
bT cisin ta of this oorporatoi ao. it
h.eareb fixedt at dth' lle: stim ,r of ifty thosndA
iThe rst board st diirectors a all be comn e-l
rsente byk fie t:ou.and ( l,0r0 shaes t o
thepe valu of~ e n it dpollat ea. d
the ae of s ai d rto s o aeieud ony Pat
searetorheolrer; and thephsed board ,1''
directors and sale oaers shallt serve p nor It
reman or oee until the eirst Moalety Inr
mtns of. otll shiencs of set:toshlhesud asver
fiSeptember, 1913, on wh-assesa , and anna. oI
ally therefm ter, the bhai or bdigentrs on al
be elected by the sterestosld •t a menmet
Scalled for that purpose. All diretors
ohears shall hold stoc until their uantela
sors" are elected and qualified, snd any fall- r
hrn to elect dredto thebll not be regarded i
Fas a orteotere of this chartert h
la the election at directm, each stock
nolder shall be entiontled to nthe ote foora eachn
Sshare of stock held by him, which most beiot
ast either oa larton or by duly r toois sed i
ti proxy; ad the maJority of the votes est
shall elrct. Any vacancy occurring the
board of dIrectora may be alled by the re
malhine directors for the ueapbred term. C
SAt the orst mee of this corporation shall e
e toas After their ele teon, and quallcation t
they hall elet fprom amos shall e numered b as
thoed oprecietor to I hes cobpsed pof five to
preidc nt, a vice-presidet aad a secreo try
uotrntesrer. earTre VI.
All meetlnp of the stockholdee m shall be so
Tcalled by wruttn uote ansled to the last
known oatddreis of eateh rtockholder not eles
th e firstrosod oil diectrorsum gshall hcor- eln
than thlrP days l or Pthe date Aded for b
suah bildrn, c onsema ndtie lbans and
wovhe lmas or by the stod olf. d ct
This teet of tLa oy may, be amendt
Baed, mvdi-pr sla n or and tera por tbe
scortry-tro ease dissolved wtthe ar l
it seath of the a ee r holdla snae owelnd
rsoevtmer, and oenerwhicht davey, and anny. of
Sai thre oeafther et the capital stock tere a e
who mectedy the sto ther temtan at
od fr that posse, adi re wcr aue
notfe shal h eo oe n r
Tue t elect cor s shall note rade Is
hoerea foeituhe of tishat r to and
(holer00 shall ae diret Inor, ac stoe- a
the e entitled to one voe for each da
21e~mlfor tht uros t ee ;mn sok
"Il.omer shall remala- l- oiee uant the at:
i share of sto k el sh all be wi ulsly abo
saIll e let Any vaesny ooun rrint
bar of dire torsmall he bfildin y teaid re
copoation diretos feordted unexired tooks. af
.No toleetolder of t ever be liable or or re
knownsel hddr sofch stockholdero unoti lees
spthns th iffrt d bor the dor dtets of this
tn scaY airther sote thal thb
an It sallebe due by him o r the s hares
otoek subeerlbed to or owned by som ;
waive in wioationg thie ocrkolt esn. el
This actoradio rs to may trter a tmn -
ter as, modiodnhagdo as terehosad or3,th0s00
c torpo sa ti e mayphe d moltvd wteh mt y
dent of his stockl sthoshingptcs de.
s Th Mths e fo rth of he s heeap aote p
whoed ma1ersnto1e4emie t£h
Aeneral meein oftesokodr on
hll eser e r f thes orlorart i shasll the die
o ves, ei t, hr ltmitaglne and otm anto
oterolssof ts affairs shall heexeiqudaed by
bar d o iectosi t to e hed ao ponted
-Itohoersan th3 ree o w all con- P s
forthate a uthe s c- I
-'nvne to thate urpse sa._ commn,_e
fusires of sais corporation.saleul n
a of ng Pi dtrsE.P.wBran y cuse dWat
eaeevr, sha l. hiemaill d b Ay bremainig
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r- t-il -tr1y ti ,'ti lit one tltr"ndretI th ii .and l iotll
iI I tr ' $leam.otao, riIvldtd into and repr,'
i tlent"tl by one tthoti ,'ntl (1, 00) shares of
I stock. of the par i'le of one .un.dr tt ',I
i1. 1nr : r t$1 ) .1111 t-. i WhiiC.rh sa~I st'ock shall
ie paid f r in '.ih or may ie -isuled in iy
fltne1t oi and f r rigllts or ' perty actuall
is r'rtc'ii , by this corporation. All tramtfers
Iof hare' of the rapital stock of this cor
p. tilon htlltHlit entered on the stock book
I and no transfer shall lie -ln any minner
Sbin-'ling on this corporation until so entered.
Il Till-s orporation may biecome a going on
cern, and lmay comm\ene blOsines whenlll
il twenty-fi'e thousand dollars (h$2.e00) of
7 Its caplitl stockl shall havie been subsarthe
l and l i and for afor.
I All of the csport e powers of this cor
- poratlrn shall ae oveted in andred exerced by
sa board of d4rector s, composed of three
Id stockholders to of wndhom shall sartitute
da quorum In the transaction of busdness.
S paid directors shall be elected at a Iyn
eral methaing of the stocaholders of this cor
s poraton to be entereld on the fteenth day of
d Aprl no each sfer shall ess said day shall be
Sa inlegal on thisday, in corporatwhich event said electio'
cern, shall e held an the net succeedlinlg bslwhe
at oticapite alof sd eltockection shall have been given b
in pufor.letion or seven succeeslve days pr
e- rdll nof the election, n a newspaper of ths or
as eral circulaton published n the exercised by
s- la qnguageorum in the citransa o Netion Orlf buss.
Id board of directors shall at elhe ted arst a meetn
of its board of dthretockhrs elect of theeat
Svice-presidenat and secretary-, unless ird day r.hall be
e Tele olrst election for directore oder leon
rs charter shall be held and shall teake plac on
in hundred and td ele, and theyl bshae I e by
Suntll their successors shall have beean duly
elected and qalied. n the
nI The follownn shaell constitute the anrt
Id board of directors: enry N. he irst meeting
o- C. Glenn and C. S. Wiliams, and the said
Henry N. Bherburne shall be presidet, the
aid I. C. Glenn airell be viec-pet a dt, sad
1I1 the said C. S. Williams shal be seoretary
- treasrer.dent ry-tr
a The firstre for any cause to elet deir g
re tore on thbe stipulated shall noe t e on
n solve the coh day poraton, bIn the oSears and
hn directors then lv crge shall hed over e
til their suessore shall have been duly
. elected and quallfied. In the evet of
S. failure to old the electlo n the d sattp.
enr. N. Sherbrne., the pr esdet of as rat,
re in his absene, the l tvic e-president, s
at At all electionsr and meetagr t tock di.
ad sr ol the corporation each stockMlder
in shrll e entitled to harge ote for each share
n of stockheir registucered n hl ame and ly
nl anot q edn the evaRt oTIsIy
The power and authoatty to sell, meet
gage, encamber or otherwise dispose of the
1- reaity owned by this corporation shall be
ed vested in the stockholders, ecording tter
judgment, texpressed at a meepott cele,
Sby the preidsat, or n his abseabenee, the - vice
he preldent undera the lastrctions of the bad
e of dlrectors, and a majority of the stok
sd shall control.
et ARTICLE VIII.
be Thle r act of incorporation may be che
a- modited or amended, and this orpor io
a. may be dissolved by and wit the coment
c- of a majority of the capital stock of thin
ludgment, or ex sted at a gen
of the stoc holders alled fo
y7- that purose after notice given i the man
ner provided in Artlce V hereof.
Ppon the dissolution of thin charter by
be lImitation or otherwise, its akirs ehall he
at liquidated by the tEon presdet, o vite
es ident and secretary-trarer r. bould either
or be usable or cease to act for say cause, the
en other two shall coatinue the liqldaetses
S The cpital stock of this coporatios may
Sbe lncreased or decreased In the meaer aew
or heretoforle provied ep by the tlaws t
No ntockbolder a tehi corporetlo sharll
h be held liable or reupoesibIe tsr the see
. tracts or falts of tble corporation Ia eas
un further m tem t e the unpaM- de
;a rponteitto oa the tbor La etre ebt
dof renderlrg thi carter nel, or ofespe
ed lg any stockholder to art lIoid thed
*. the unpaid belance, If any, due on b st
ire The subscribers hereto have set mest,
e their respectivle naoes the number it
s p of capital stock subseorfbed to by t ad
ad mnde shall serve a leof t a i
at. Thus doa s id at Nw Or
t MLaouana, this th day of Jtly, in litea
hbadred rand twelve, in the presece
Sterlingb Parkeen nd Albert ger, m.
Spetent writnesses. rei n thits gad,
bis who havre hereanlto Id these pressets,
Stogether with the eatd appearers ad me,
notary, after due readim of the whole,
1 sare :Glenn, 20as C.
. Williams, 6 shares. Witaesses: Sttrling
e Parkerneoa, Albert Singer.
ROSS E. BREARRALUD,
(petl) Noer t PIItl.
I, the uadersiged Recorder of Iortage,
red s ad for the parsh of Orleas, state of
Lotansnnra, do hereby certify that the above
ad foregonal g t of tenorporation of the
o-' alumet land and Timber Company" was
Stbler day dely recowrded in my oce, In book
ol New Orlears. Ia., Agnrt, 1912.
I h ereby certify the nbove and foregoin
to be a true and orrect copy of the org at
m on fle and l reormd In my osee.
wROBlS . BREAZEAL, N. P.
Sang 29 sep5 12 19 26 oct 3
We aro Nmver more diseoatante
' with othera than we ar dicaotentS
- owith ourelve The co lo mnes at
r wreasglul mak. au trritaM·b , a
lay heubat, 13 tsCD qca uarreu
- with what is ouitsde it, In'eater that
L. It m5y desi the clamor withba
IL P. Ael.