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In Four Years
Bladled 157,000,000 pas
sengere, and not a single
pem gr loset ha liffe
through a collision or de
tlniwnut of It. train.
The Secret is
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The Safe Way
Ask the Agent of the
If you desire fresh vegetables
ad all of the varieties the sea
as affords, we can supply you.
Our Sunday Special, POULTRY
sad GAME. Wednesday and
Friday, FISH, SHRIMP, CRABB
St. John's Market.
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When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see
that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb
A House Wired for
ords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise
dectric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric
fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and
If the house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have
ir wired-he will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at
maerate cost to him.
Alglers Railway & Lighting Co.
C. E. A. CARR, General Manager.
CHAS. W. FORD, General Superintendent.
- GUIF PLANTING COMPANT.
S1ATES OF AXRICA, SIATE
I)UISANA. PARISH OF ORIitANS.
It knows that on this 23rd da of
1912. in thbe year of our ,Lod
sesad nine hundred and twelve, and
idnpadeoce of the United States of
i e one hundred and thlrty4evatb.
m , Philip Genser, Jr. a notary
ie and fro the parih of brlis and
f L lsslana aforesaid, duly commis
ad qualited, and in the presence of
wlasems hereinafter named and under
ronually came and appeared the
persons whose names are hereunto
who declared to me, notary, nto
S emse of the undersigned witnesses
iling themselves of the provisions
Sls of the state of Louisiana, -
the oergalsatlon of or0etla,]
have mutually agrreed ad tneotred
bid and obligate themselves, their heirs
asta1ns aed all persons who may here
become assciated wtIh them here.a
form a corposatlon and do hereby tor
organis a corporation under the name
for e objects and purposes and dr
an, d provision on
tl tei lolw a artles, to-wit :
e tlon shall be known as "Te
- saay," and its domicile
Sbe l city of New Orleans, state
Under its said corporate
it shall have the power to contract,
Iad to seed; to make and use a orpo
; to bold, receive, rave, prchae,
enate, convey, se, borrow,
gae and hypother te und oer
erporte name, property real per
sad edthe saed to amhe anged ppont
ibeses, directors, agents, Menagers or
5a the Isterest or convenience of
esepertloa may require; to make
by-laws, rules and regulations
rmaManagement and regulation
_ Ieare; to do all ects and things
r may be necesary or 9rmper to
t tke objects or pse se oi euch
said corporaton salss soorner
in accordance with Its charter
It and continue for the period oi
yearn from the hereeof. .Ie
er ia his absence or aeapMity
t, shall be the paper per
ham citation or other legal pro
ie sad purpoes for whiCh this
is orpnased and te tare of
to be carried on by it are here
ts be: To bay and sll, pack, hm
peOn oysters; to ho, own. buy
s, operate and otherwise eal
stock of this coporation is
at the sums t ten theamad
. 00), divided Into or repr
two hundred (200) shares of the
t t dollars (1000) 0 ch,
and Ia such emounate a the
may deterane; or the
ay be ssemed st et Is than
.aysent of property atuly re
Prehsed by said ewspee tle0.e r
dam or services rr aid
sy ecsemr deang henaels a
Stusand dollars ($8,000.00),
stock shall have ee b
f stock illy pai and a
shall be Iased s e b a nrlber
991d by In tbersew
Af AMIL IT
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"Amater Meehas (10 paes) tell how to
make Miio. furniture. wirle outfits. boats.
engines, maguic, and all the thins a boy loves.
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Geo. E. Bays, Jr.
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Sporting Goods, Tobacco,
Cigars and Cigarettes.
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No. 441 Slidell Avenue
HARRIS' ICE CREAM
PUREST AND BEST IN THE CITY.
1300.1802 DRYADES STREET.
hereof shall be managed by a board of di
rectors composed of five (5) stockholders
a majoriy of whom shall constitute a quo
rum to transact businmess.
The following named persons shall con
stitute the first board of directors, who shal
bold their olees until the first Monday o
May in the year 1913, or until their suc
ce•sors shall have been elected or quallfied
to-wit: L HH. Price, E. J. Iacoete, W. 8
Lewis, Vincent Pclola, Sam Michel.
On the first Monday of May, 1913, am
on the first Monday of May in each yea
thereafter, an election of the board of dl
rectors bshall be held by ballot at the ole
of the corporation in the cky of New Or
leans, lnisaiam, between the hours of tel
o'clock a. m. and three o'clock p. m., o
which said election at least five days (5]
previous notice shall be given by mail, ad
dressed to each stockholder at his last know'
place of residence of record on the books a
-And each nd every stockholder shall o~
entitled at all elections, either in person of
by written proxy, to vote one vote for end
and every share of stock which be may hold
Each board of directors which may is
hereafter elected as above provided, shal
elect from their own number a president, a
icprealdent, and a secretary-treasurer
Any vacancy occurring on the boavd of di
rectors shall be flled by the remaining di
rectors for the unexpired term. The 'o
cers of the corporation during the term oi
the present board of directors are declare(
to be L H. Price, presideat; W. 8. Lewis
vice-resident; 3. J. Lacoste, secretary
treasurer. These and all subsequently elect
ed oicers of the corporation shall bold of
fce until their soeoeseors are elected are
This act dof icorporation may be change
or sjtered, or this corporation may be ds
solved, with the consent of three-fuarths o0
the stokhbolders prent or eprgeseatd al
a general meeting of stockholders convenod
for that purpose, of which said meeting a
least ten (10) days written notice shall have
been given by mail, addressed to each stock
holder at his last known place of residence
No stockboider of this coeporation shall
ever be held liable for any of the debt
cotractts, alts or oblig oms of this co
portiam l further sum than the us
paid balance, im a y, due to te srponrtis
on the shares of stock awred by the ; noi
shall any lateality in the orgualntlos
of thi coeny render this charter roid
or epose any Ustockholder to ay liabllt
whatever beod the mount on his stocn
remalnig d~be. Nor shall a tellers at an
time to held meetiAgs, to elect ac s or or
recters, as herein provided for wor thN
forfeiture of this charter or issoive the
emora . kbut the exsting boa d od
and eers shall a Jn tor
until their success s e eleed ad quoalif
Whenemver this coreeatth is diesolved
either by llmlatisa or any other caues, its
aadri shall be liHldated by one or mor
eemmlesioaer to be elected from anamgw
the stockholders of the eporatl at
gesal meeting of the stoekholders con
vened in aceordace with A. Vl , and a ma.
at maid meeti soall te amlte to etc.
te meJod. e te soet reprsened and
mth at me.et~l ha - te M rig
toarn and dsdaw the dy and ca
pesatin of said tmpm n as, d mth
security, I any. to be furnbed by the
laid esa nleesar or ime simsets shall
r eain as eos until the aftire of the said
er ia all havbeen fully ltiatsd
aatintlkiIn ease death,
inabity to set of em or mern
same power and shall be authorised to con
Unue and complete the liquidation.
No sale of any of the stock of this cor
poration shall be recognised until the same
shall have been transferred on the books
of this corporation in the name of the pur
chaser, and in no case shall less than one
full share be transferred.
The persons whose names aer hereunto
subscribed are hereby declared to be the
incorporators of this corporation and have
respectively written their names and the
amount of stock subscribed by each one of
Thus done and passed in my notarial of
fice in the city of New Orleans, parish of
Orleans, state of Louisiana, in the presence
of A. Miles Coe and Frederic C. Querens.
competent witnesses of lawful age, both re
siding In the city of New Orleans, state of
Louislana, who have hereunto signed their
names, together with the said appearers
and me. notary, after due reading of thel
whole, on the day, month and year herein
Names of SSutisertrilrs Omitted.
Witnesses : A. Milts (o-, Friterlc ('.
1'1Ii l' GENSII. , lult.
I. the undet-lIgned recorder of nnort;gag..s
in and for the- parish of 4 rleans, state of
Ilsitliana, do hereby certify thalt thte altrt
and ftoregoing a-I of incorporationt of ithe
Gulf lPlanting t'ommny was this day dil'
rc-rlded in my oflie,. In Iook 1i53, folio -
New Orleans, Selpt. 24, 1!912.
ISIgnedl EMIfl.E l.t-ONAltl, It. It.
A true copy of the original act excrlpt
that the naltne of tb,- sil crrilwrs, and tile
nlitser of shares lstscrlttid for by eiach,
PHI'LlPl GENSIlF. .Iil
sept 2,; oct :t 1 17 24 ::1 1912
MARX. IIYMAN & KLEIN.
U'NITE'I STATES OF AMERtICA. STATE
)OF IA)I'ISIANA, I'ARISII OF ORLEANS.
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this thirtieth day
of the month of August, in the year 19,12.
Iwfore nm, Scott F. Beer, a notary public in
and for the l'arish of Orleans,. State of
louislana. therein residing, duly sworn, com
missioned and qualified, and in the presence
of the witnesses who hereunto sign their
names as such. Personally came and appear
ed. The several parties whose names are
hereunto subscrlled, who severally declaredl
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 hind themsel
ves,. as well as all other persons who may
hereafter Iw-come associated with them, to
form a corporation for the objects and pur
poses and tinder the articles and stipula
tlons as follow, to-wit :
The name of this corporation shall be
"Marx, lHyman & Klein," by which said
name this corporation shall have and enjoy
corporate existance and succession 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 Louisiana.
It shall have power to contract, sue and be
siled; 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 se
curity therefor: to name and appoint such
managers, directors, officers, 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 l'resldent of this cor
poration, and In case of his absence or dlsa
tillty, upon the Vice-President thereof, antd
In case of his absence or disability, upon
any officer of this corporation.
The purposes for which this corporation
Is 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 dealing In ladies and children's ready to
wear apparel, millinery, and kindred lines.
and to do all and every kind of business In
cidental to said lines of business or con
The capital stock of this corporation le
hereby fixed at the sum of thirty thousand
dollars ($30.000.00) to be represented by
three hundred shares (300) 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 in such
amomnts and at such times as the Board of
Directors may prescribed and determine. The
said Board of Directors Is empowered to Is
sue shares of stock of this corporation, at
not less than par, in payment for labor ac
i tually done for the benefit of this corpora
l tion or for the actual value of property re
P celved and transferred to this corporation,
and for other valuable considerations, as
the Board of Directors may see fit.
Transfers of the stock of this corpora
tion shall be made on the books of this cor
poration, subject to such formallties and
regulations as the Board of Directors may
Each and every stockholder shall have
Sone vote for every share of stock standinta
In his name on the books of this corporation.
Each stockholder may give any other stock
holder his proxy in writing to represent him
at any and all meetings of this corporation.
- This charter shall be In full force and
this corporation shall be a going concern as
soon as the full sum of twenty thousand
($20,000) dollars of the capkital stock there
of shall have been subsecribed for.
All the corporate powers of this corpora
tion shall be vested In and executed by the
IBoard of JD)rectors to be composed of three
fstockholders of this corporation, two of
whom shall constitute a quorum for thb
.transaction of the business of this corpora
i. tion. The Board of Directors shall be com
posed of a President, a Vice-Prealsident.
Sand a Secretry-Treasurer. The first Boarl
rof Directors bhall be made up of the follow
Ig:---Jacob Klein, President; Aaron Marx.
5Viee.Presideat S amson Byman, Secretary
Treasurer. The oicers above jaust named
shall remain In offce until the first Monday
Ila Jasnuary, 1913, and the elections of the
Board shall be annually thereafter on saud
All directors shall bold olce until their
Iauccessors are elected and qualifiled. All such
elections shall be by ballot at the offee of
this corporation under the supervision of
r three eommlssionersa to be appointed by the
board. Notlei of every such election shall
be given to tne stockholders by a letter dl
rected to each and every one of thanem ad
Idressed at the address given by him, on the
Ibooks of this corporation. Any vacancy oc
currling in the board of directors sanll be
Sled for the remainder of the term by the
remaaning directors. A faillure to elect dl
rectors on the date speifed shall not dis
I solve this corporatioa, but the directors then
iIn ofee shall remaln in ofce until their
sucessors are duly elected and quallfied.
Each director shall own at least one share
-of stock in this corporation. Each dlrector
shaUll have the power to appoint a proxy in
I wrltlang to represent him at all meeting of
the board of dlrsectors, and this proxy may
be la vn to ay one, even thohgh not a
Iatockbolder of this orporation.
All directors shall be chosen from the
stockholders of this eorortoa.
I Whenever anyr stockholder of this corpor
ation shall desire to sell, tranter or dis
pose of all or any of his stock ain this cor
poration he shall rsta offer the rame to this
eorporatio anad the other sharholders
therein, for a period of ten days, dat·lg from
I the day of his written ofer to said corpor
ation sad stockholders thereof; the ofer to
be to sell the said stoek at the highest bona
de offer wieh has been offered said stock
Sbolder by any peos, and, t after said ten
days, the sid offer has aot bean secpted by
a said-rporatio of the stockholders there
of, theM aid stoekholder wishlar to sell his
said stok or any of It, ma ll or dispose
of same toe ay o ema a it.
Whemever this corporatio shall h dis
slsved either by limltatIon or otherwise, Its
nfairs shall be liquidated by two comai
siaers to be appointed fre among the
stoecholders at a gneal et convened
for such ppr , of wheh metnaotice
shall be ivae the maer sad time pre
sered by the next artile of this chmrter,
iad a rIty na muenat of the capital
trte ~ sal lober nql to elet an
See nil the a rs ef the sai coperatiem
This act of laeorposetea be changed,
i altered or m died or sms e or this ar
iomts as d the haiter tr may be
.aeld with~ the assent of three qartes
ia gsneal ·meti r ft that porspse, an at.
tar nodeo ac meeth te pnwespe
thereof shall have barn, given to -er
Kind words are the music of the
world. They have a power which
seems to be beyond natural causes,
as if they were some angel's song
which had lost its way and come to
earth. It seems as if they could al
most soften the hard and angry hearts
of men. No one was ever corrected
by a sarcasm; crushed perhaps if the
sarcasm was clever enough, but
helped never.-F. W. Faber.
To Seal Envelopes.
Persons using bond paper envelopes t
in their correspondence, are often an
noyed when these envelopes fail to,
seal properly. This is not due to a I
poor quality of gum on the envelope, c
but to the non-absorbent properties of I
the high-grade paper, and may be over- e
come by thoroughly moistening the:1
flap on the outside before moistening
the gum. This will insure perfect
sealing and is worth trying.
Arsenic Most Frequently Used.
Arsenic has, perhaps, been more
frequently used than any other poison
for criminal purposes. It has been
proved identical with the "wonderful
elixir" of the seventeenth century.
when secret poisoning became so
frequent in Italy that the clergy, de
spite the rules of the confessional, ac
qualnted Pope Alexander VII. in 1648
with the extent of the practice.
Friendship That is Worthy.
Oh the comfort-the inexpressible
comfort of feeling safe with a per
son-having neither to weigh thoughts'
nor measure words, but pouring them
all right out just as they are, chaff
and grain together, certain that a
faithful hand will take and sift them,
keep what is worth keeping and with
a breath of kindness blow the rest
What He Was In For.
While mamma was preparing to en
tertain some guests at a recent con
vention, Sve-year-old Willie was es
pecially annoying. Finally he was put
to bed, and was there when the guests
arrived. "Well, my little man, are
you in for your little nap?" asked one 1
of the men. "No, in for sassin'," re
Marking on Wood.
If anyone in your home has a pyre
graph outfit, use it for marking your
boy's hockey sticks, baseball bats, ten
nis rackets and all such wooden
things. Printed names can wear or
be scratched off. but when burned in
deeply the identification is there to
Old Roman Ink.
Wax-coated tablets and the stylus
furnished the material wherewith the
old Romans did their ordinary writing,
but for permanent records, there were
used a reed pen, parchment, and a
kind of liquid pigment or Ink.-Har.
Felt the Sting of Failure.
"What," asked the hunter who had
mistakenly shot a guide, bending down
eagerly, "is your name?" "Smith,"
gasped the guide, with his last breath.
The hunter's face fell. "And I came
up here," he exclaimed, ruefully, "in
pursuit of rare game!"-Puck.
It has been found that medieval
armor is too small for Englishmen of
the present day. Luckily the women
of medieval times left no corsets to
be tried on by ladies of the present
At That Time, at Least.
He-"Does a woman when she't
married expect her husband to tell
her his business affairs?" 8be--I I
don't know; but a woman expects s
ma to talk business when he's court
SYoung Husband-"What a glorious
,day! I could dare anything, face any
thlng on a day like this!" Wife
"Come on down to the milliner'sl"
The Young and the Old.
The principal trouble with a yongm
man is that he declines to realize
that he will have to grow old, ad I
with an old one his inclination to
forget that he ever wuas young.
Few Millionaires in Japan.
The possessor of property valued at
$150,000 is counted rich in Japan, and
there Is only one man whose estate of
about $40,000,000 ranks him with the
world's rich men
Our idea of an ideal marriage is
when a woman who is quick at rep
artee weds a man who Is slow to a
"Pa, what's political knavery?"
"What the other side's doing, my
Enjoyment Within OureIves.
We have mnch to enjoy in the quiet
and setirement of our own thoughts.
Lae Worker of Smyrna.
Girls and women of Smyra make
great quantities of lace. The work is
mostly done in their own homes.
(at his sdrss, dessigasted by hi one the
books ef this eorporatisa) at last th days
prir to tse date of aid meets.
No steckboldsr shall ever be hld ltable
for the coatreets or halts o this sora
tieo ia ay frther sm than the nsd
balace due this ora e the shr
t stock owned by hi nor shall say ia,
formality in the adon eoe,
to say tt the tit th-ets I
amiet emainls due en hia duck userip- I
A STORY OF VIOLETS
"Vi'lits, vi'lits, only a penny a
bpnch." The flower-girl, eagerly ques
tions each hurrying face.
A London street, its rows of gaunt
houses; the heavy atmosphere, suf
fused with a faint veil of gray fog,
the dull, monotonous rumble of traffic,
the weary feeling of struggling human
Ity, the sound of anxious footsteps has
tening along the paved road of life.
The only color in this dim picture a.
patch of violets-violets heaped in
profusion on the flower-girl's tray. VI
olets, whose breath, laden with a thou
sand memories, floats on the stifling
air and creeps unbidden, it may be un
welcome, into the very heart of every
The city man, his mind running in
figures, pulls up short to buy a bunch
of the flowers, whose sweet scent stirs
his dull memory into activity, telling
him that he still possesses a heart.
Emotions, long stilled, memories bit
ter-sweet, youthful dreams awakened
by the fragrance of those violets, rise
persistently all day long, following
him, tugging at his sleeve, even in the
midst of the all-abiding worship of
"Poor little modest flower!" A
youth, battling with the harder side
of life, looks down with pity on the
bunch of violets in his hand. Like a
soft caress their breath touches his
sensitive heart, raising him above the
hum of city life into the "fool's par
adise" of fancy.
Two girls approach; one is richly
dressed. The flower-girl steps eagerly
forward, her monotonous cry chang
ing to a note of earnest interrogation.
The elder of the two waves aside the
modest English flower; the more ex
pesive Parma violet is selected-they
remind her of Nice and of the Carni
val. Her companion, in the plain
brown dress, scarcely hears these flip.
pant remarks. Bending over the tray
of English violets, she has become un
conscious of her surroundings. The
violets whisper in her ear of babbling
brook and the song of birds. She
sees her home-the tiny cottage, her
mother's smile; her little brother, for
whose sake she has left that simple,
happy life to live in the glare of Lon
don society, where she must silently
endure a thousand veiled insults that
only a dependent can understand.
When she turns away a violet glistens
in the feeble sunshine-a tear from
a lonely, sympathetic heart lies, like
a dewdrop, on the violet's,breast.
All day long the violets pour out
their fragrant life on the sullen air,
growing fainter, fading away as the
day wears on. Hundreds hurry past.
Few allow themselves to catch the
sweet thoughts that hover round the
flowers; fewer still have time to stop
and buy. The flower-girl knows noth
ing of this magic fragrance. The
scent of a tray full of fresh violets
brings back the picture of a cold,
bleak morning, a noisy market, the
beginning of a hard day's work and
vague, uneasy questionings prompt
ed by pangs of hunger. Far dearer to
her heart than the fairest flower is
the sight of a little heap of dirty cop
pers, counted out on an empty tray.
A fashionably-dressed couple stop
before the flower-girl. The man of
fers his companion a bunch of Eng
lish violets, but as before, they are
"Parma violets look so well on fur;
English violets are so common!" she
The man puts the rejected bunch of
violets in his buttonhole, his thoughts
leap back to a forsaken memory-the
street fades; the sound of traffic grows
less; he answers his companion me'
chanically; his thoughts are far
Violets, violets, nothing but violets!
There at least in the cold solitude of
the wood that shy, most modest of flow
ers wuas not afraid of being seen. The
ground was carpeted with them, the
air was filled with their fragrance. A
girl sat on the stump of a tree, with
violets In her hands, in the basket
at her side; violets profusely at her
feet; violets, soft and dark, in her
eyes. As some one drew near her
color deepened, an expectant smile
hovered round her lips.
They come to a more crowded part
of the street. The man draws closer
to his eqmpanion; the tlldlous scent
of the Parma violets she is wearing
penetrates into the very heart of the
enchanted wood. PFrbidden dreams,
forbidden thoughts, a thousand regrets
rush for a moment through his brain,
but he huas deliberately scorned the
modest country flower, he had chosea
her rich, her more precious rival. In
the press of the crowd something falls
to the ground; it is his bunch of Eng
lish violets-they lie in the mud. ibr
a moment he hesitates, then he goes
on his way-not daring to pick them
"Vilits, vi'llts, only a penny .,
The Summer Girl Again.
Mayor Bacharach of Atlantic City
told a summer-girl story at a dinner
at the Marlborough-Blenbheim.
"On the beach in the moonlight,"
he sai, "a youth clasped a maiden
paussionately to his breast and mare
"'lDo you love me, darling?
"'Yee-sh, yes, Reginald,' she
"'Reginad? sasid the youth, tin a
startled voice. You mean Clarmses
don't you, dear?
"Smllng sweetly, she nestled closer.
"'Yes, Clarence, of course,' she said.
'How stupid of me! I was thinking it
was the week-end.'"
shall serve as the original subseriptioa li-t
of this cosepatio.n.
Thm dmoe sad psus in my oee on the
day aun date aforeid, in the resence of
asra ipgar N Caha sad T. . ahber,.
competesat witeses, who have hreunto
dsed thsir ames together with the said
aqpre sad me, atary, after a ade read
Sof the whole.
Signed: Jacob Elet, Aarem Marx, ram
mso van, vWitaesses: T. A. Schuber, 3d
AICort?3 3 33, Not. Pub,
'an SseegsI 51ahresab "Murx,
Ilylian A Klet'I . as thI ils day dlly ,torddll
int my office in ti~ok 1057.. filk..
i Nel ni s'ian-is. l ri . A i, r, 1t. l i' 1 .
tlii, thi llll I ,l- tl anl a fia..: ll.n I ,
tire nt ltim ylh'rc w t 'o;1yl t' h i l I nI 1 c.'ilo i
t "'" d hel\ rr.'i', t in I11." m anr:age ..ntl .11
rt llla t.il* f th 'iti a rl.r
.1The d, ihl . l - f ii : tci r rI li!l . .
Ne.w Itlrl'aIn . Lol, 1:i- innl: :11al~l c i ,>ion .llnd
In her l-al %%h,"r sh, ll he, me'," l oi n Ih;
ll''i dii hi :a dIi i l',,i', i,il l i, -.'
prial~lry nt a i n'm my -elt this t he'.
li t' I' I . III.
rhu..- I i.,l aln. Iillr li, ftii r wih i .ait
coprto AI:'tai-tshe: ar t r. y
',rlt trtiq ll I ii .itliil -ir lil : l't h i~r.il iy ,
Ni-'-ll 'l~i 'ti n-iN . I (li-il-htit i'1 ll .ltitrle'-ii-- ;l'liii.
""i icAn 'tt i?
iaril fto l.. li ito ilniit a luitiine-.- of noii-n:r
iff-icting tire. lif.-. ir miit: rine ini.iiratnce ,I ii
all other k nl. i ,f Int1 iran' e for I, any ju n
-onii. .thim ifr i.irl:orit t n,. to ; u., t a ai; n tI ,if
iintY tiil all Itn- .lranue. .." inlti ,tyt . or Irt ,y
u'1iin.ilis i n t he tratiiialt i l u Inl tirt.ln t-.i
lid.ist , in all i55 rancheli, and nt erInily liti
nii anid ie rform all tliln" c;snneil..ted wit.h
the ...in ,"uran1' ani1enr "t.itnes .
i"ilie utililtl tioh k of a l I 'iu, rii,1 'irtIittin 1 i
leret"u ttht . at twenty-five ti", iiitnd ailI5
lil .r i Il.fi).Oi. divildd inlo atid r inro
uintei, by Iwi hlndred and fifty sha.re-.. if
oni hluinrel d!ollIari C.llOt.i eachi wlilih
tliill ie iahi for In -i1a in "ich Inalttl
tItu1ntt . and at situ-b 5 timnt. il" thu liOtru ' if
dilretuur. mnav orier. ir It may Ii isnuil at
eoit lue. than lar in piayment for lali'r II
tlitly itone or liriijierty autually rieilved.
or I l i- irolerty i. f InII I ranc .i agenlsies or
thueIntr.. or ither rIghts ' acquhred hy the cof
,mra i.n. Tholi cirorralion shall lw a .iolng
coutern as soon as tien tholulnanld dollars
l$ It.IMla).It i l of its 'itpit.al sloc.k shall u1vic
twen su:al'tcri.e. .
All the coripolrte Iowers of sahl 5"r
liration shall ie vested In and exeruiaIl liy
thu Ii.uarl ,if lilriector.t, toi, t. 55oml.sed of
nut lbs than 1lhrie or alore land five piersIns
ti be eleted. annilltly on the seuond Mon
day in January utf eaiiu year, iaeginning in
1r14; such elel'lun to ie Ily hallot at the
litli of sahil corporation under the super
vision of one cuoimisshinir to lii ail nitid
ly the pretident; notie of sacl electi.on
shall be giren In writing by the secretary
unto ealh shareholier iiy mailing a written
notlie to lis last known alidriesa, ten days
irior to dafe of such elecilluln each share of
stock shall entitle its owner to one vote in
ferin ir by proxy, anl a majority of voles
Ihaill elect. Any vacancy Ictcurring among
the ireclors biy death, resignation or oth1er.
wise shall Iw filled by clection by the re
maining directors; a failure to elect direl
fort on thu dale above aspeitleid shall not
dtissolve the cirforation, but the direiturs
lu-n in otIce shlill remain in office until
their stli-i-,-siiiors are eleclteu and they shall
a. sofon as postallle caulae an elhetion tI fIt
hili after givnig ten days notlie an bove
iroviied. A luajority of the direltors shall
constitutie a quorum for the transaction of
business, and the board of directora shall,
at their first meeling following eachl annual
electin, eulect one of their number to lie
lres il.ent one vice-president and a secretary.
The following named persons shall con
stitute the first board of directors, namely:
Leon Irwin, Gustave II. Cralts ani Dlavid I.
North, with lpron Irwin president, Ii. B.
North, vice president, and Gaustave II Ctrais
as secretary-treasurer; they shall hold their
olee until the second Monday of January.
1914. or until their successors have taen
No stockholder of this corporation shall
ever be held liable or redponsible for its
contracts or faults in any further sum than
the unpaid balance due on the shares of
stock held by hnim, nor shall any informality
in orlganizatIlon have the effect of rendering
this charter nulb or of exposIng the stock
holders to any liability beyond the amount
of their original subocriptions.
No transfer of stock shall be heli valid
and binding unless made upon the books of
the company, and no atockhplder may dis
Inse of his stock without first offering same
to other stockholders through the board of
directors, at its actual cash or book value.
No pledge of stock shall be held valid and
bainding unless the holder of said stock first
obtains permission of the board of directors
to pledge the same, said permiston ito be
evidenced by a written certificate signed by
the presidents and secretary-treasurer.
This charter may be altered or the cor
poration dissolved with the asint of three
fourths in amount of the outstandlng cap
ital at a meeting convened for such purpose,
after ten days previous notice shall hive
been given of such meeting by rgistered
mail to each stockholder. All amendments
as to Increase or decrease of the capital
stock shall he made according to the laws
of this state in force at the time such
amendment is made.
Whenever this corporation shall be dis
solved by expiration or otherwise, its af
fairs shall be liquidated by two commission
ers selectaed from among the stockholders at
the general meeting declaring the dissolu
tion of said corporation or at a general
meeting held for that purpose after notice
mailed to each stockholder by registered
mail, ten days previous to said meeting.
Said commissioners shall he vested with full
and complete power to liquidate the busi
ness of said corporation.
The subscribers to this charter have
placed opposite to their names the number
of shares subscribed by each, so that the
same forms the list of original saubecriptions.
Thus done and passed at my onee in New
Orleans aforesaid on the day, month and
year first above written, In the presence of
Joseph C. Hlelmer and 'Rosa Klar, competent
witnesses, who have signed their names as
such with said appearers and me, notary,
after reading thereof.
Original signed: A. C. Irwin and others.
Witnesses: Jo. C. Ilelmer. Rosa KIar
PRANK E. IIAINIPLD),
(Seal) Notary Public.
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 thi
l.on Irwla & Company, Incorporated, was
this day duly recorded in my omes In book
1055, folio -. New Orleans,. . 28, 1912.
FIMIILE ILEO.'IIR. -y. R.
New Orleans, 8ept. 28, 1912.
I hereby certify the above and foregoing
to be a true and correct copy of the original
ast of Incorporation and of the certifcate
of the recorder of mortgages thereto at
FRANK E. RAINOIlD.
(Seal) Notary Public.
oct 3 10 17 24 31 nov 7
OF THE SIMS-BREAU'YAI ADVFRTISINO
STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISII OF OR
IEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLIANS.
Be it known, that on this seventeenth day
of the moath of September. In the year one
thousand nine hundred and twelve, and of
the Independence of the 'nlted States of
Ameriea the one hundred and thlrty~exth.
personally came and appeared, the several
persons whose names are hereunto subecrib
ed, who declared to me, notary, In the pres
ence of the undersigned witnesses, that.
availing themselves of the provistons of the
laws of the state of Loulsiana, they htive
mutually agreed and contracted, and by
these presents do agree and contract, to
form a corporation, and do hereby form and
orgeanie a corporation under the foliowing
aconditions, to-wit :
*The name of the corporation is hereby de
clared to he Slmsme~uanvals Advertising
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t,, kIT 1','ok. 22 It 'k bt2 it t I... I fferI .
'to t'.,e hard "f directorf r .o shall bw it
l.ilied to .. 2r;2ha2r2 same .t . I e h12 k vaii .e..
ipri,, t. ,l e 2ff 1r 2' ell ,1 , ei any in,- . ... se' I 22
thll*"y ha l e i t I ll ll ed i perI i" f ten " fl it)
In l hii2!' , t. ith.rll I f '1 lit i ri reject t1 i' tf, 1"Ir.
1 hit . l2 rp. l r lhin shall havei11 thei r h2, t l,
, I2r'i, 2t1 'lle"i ', 'I 22 l he it " i21112 1 g concernf, . i 21
,te o till, ' t of inollp, ratin , t fll haf,1'
111, I the corporate lo ners o' y 11 an- r ested inr
this cor" l ra' l on sha, l " ll l iie exer e led Hl a
bolard of dilrectora comtposed of three s crk
,'fl," -ting of the corporation to ir the ol lron
the 22r't W'e22ne2.day in Austwt in 2e2h year,
and shall. hold oe until their successors2,'
Is2'2' duly elected and 22a lith'l . 1The said
,ard o, f directorsi: l2 authorized to irill any
l.Ivacancyl nion il lh o 'th i nthe ofi',lcers
Sreancy alrl . theirt I Inumlwr or .he l ,ietrs of
the corw1 ratior Tre'' lr of 11 ofr dtiraltort
'hall Ionsarl of dleorge A. ltimms, as pron.r thl
lreasurer, and shal t ll h i ot Ierl until their
sltc2c-ess2r, are electedll at tIte fllli'lln elecin
ltakeon la e on there first Wednesayn. n the
st,'kholider or direcork of t12 he ,orlor alon may
lI,ii Ililc·H '--~~r i 'i .nllt',l I n, 1122Il* i trter may
ITh menrili. fllrrdcl or de ~tl Iisrl Inr actheir
Il'l' nel rs so created sha 2l ll serve tll their
suclelrss,rs are elected at the foll llowing elet2l2 ,
The capital stok ofl this corporation may
I1 inhcreased ol, Il r r and this chary lter ,mayua,
tl amendedl alt i Ieraed or modied in accordt
anicelit' thie 2lawskllll' undert thil w h lht' nlrt
ant,,r a nd may jt disolrved by a vothle of two'h
athird ,fIalttn t ttay bfe dcleJk, at a eer ating
Smled for that purpose. tn t
days ntlce. anti a imijorlty In ahlwtunt if
the affairs shall 1s ,i .fidalel by one or
ithe commis siooners toe orlralºlon rltedfro
amongst the stockholders a at su t eethe ame meet
inglli. or at any adjournment thlereof at which
anid dissolution may t1''r dntecided upon, or atl
thin du h.ll cd mntl all,,.ner and the iteol'rlty
Sanmeey ting called n r that purposent. ond cten
days notice, shallnd ra In oin amount ofll the
thlelrs of sall stocorporatIon hall hatl been
nflly and voting ait such meeting shalluted.
requisit e tho elect such comminaton or. nabThellty
to act of thone stor more of esented and votedr
the saiurvor or survti ors shall have co e right to
and defineth the powers, duties and shall he a
thorln of sa cotine and copers andlete the urity
The persona whose names are hereunto
u anyrh t are herenishedby thdelared to e the
affaincorpors of saidth corporation shall and havbeen
rfully liquidated an Its assets distri names thed.
amount ase of the death, resignationch of them.nability
o that thi t of incorp oratid commissioners,
thsere as theurvivor or survivors shall cpt on lst to the
ithus doneame power and asei In my notarlal au
fice In the hity of New Orleanr , parIsh of
-'leans, state flroll'uIshana, in the pm.
slidlng In the city of New Orleans, and who
haorized to continue and complleteo tolther
llih the appersrers and prarttie hereto and
me. notary, after redlne of the whole. h
.llnceotd: oeo. tA. lmms, t shares;Ln. aF.
eaurais.l L'I sharesi t;lhaert Edethir shares.
am tte of tic ulsnana. I'arlsh of (rleans.
io the undersigneto Rcorder of Mortgageas
for the pariah of rleran, dto hereby certIfy
thatpi the atove n lorpraln charter was
rec rdidn thIn bok cty h foli i:i of myr of.ce
santt' ta·ng charter of thta itlmmh.Bearulrs
Advert of tl A.grnc, n'rrnlorte. a ot
atmpeen w,tlnety Iteorlwfer of gorta gte .
n tidine ltnhIersI2t .r notary. to herely c'rn .
tlfy that the ahove and oreolnhe Is a true
mnd cnrt catrpy of theain orlal ctharter of
the uLmmrs.teauvels Advertlslng Agency, In.
arorater the orlilnal of hhio'h Is on sie
ant if tre cord~ in nt o ort ac.
tung ers Reindeer the Bmet.
The reindeer is more to him owner
herd uris ohng meat, drinkl clotinge
aand candles The oire and trhaen ath
thof the reindeer varies In dml erent
parts o the enrctnwc, ntae fi heret bein
those owned a be the Tun sre tribe itne
Eastern Siheria; the Tunguse deer
stand s hih pa rnv feet and arl f.
We hare tour days ol etreme me
ttW deprn uone hen we take rch a
t eompretent l y tebeloomy ulew, o the
general sitnation that It seems as i
the man eIn the same new with uh
h ave Usred Sp the na me tWell.
On the questlon of how working
eole, on the s awhole, hare spentr the
added haer or hours of reedom rom.
l wor aen routhor sen that whereb cai
Ico prophesied more drunken Idletiess
ra Inral io reao enerat io -o m uddei
cnmell eoIun, htr thereer suEleusen
Stime has elpedl g y eetraordoi nate od
What a desolate Taie would be a
world without a lower! Ito wouldrtage
Sflahe without a smole, a feaset wth.
e out a welcome. Ar not frelowers the
stars of the earth and are not our
tlaros , the flonaer of fsrven?-ond.