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VrL XXV OCTOBER 18. 1917 No. 24
OIL NEAR ALGIERS
cThe resld, nr,- ,1 r ) . ,'' iln and euspecially th- properly holders are
at present int' .r 'i- .. pr,,lpect5 of the disco very of oil in the nvear
viriity of Aiglit r- +t , I. - iilf Ites elpme:t (om any is drilling a well.
rom gxtl als . ,r::_ u , ,iii the news that the indications are splendid.
tht one of ta thr. iutitl products will ie ftotind there in a dlaytin
antltY and sh,,ua l , th il ipany Ie so fortunate as to tind either oil or
t in this Vicini rs t .i11 m n the ri-atest bIoom that the West side of tile
river has ever h.ril
This well is ,,'' i ,.ly .i shirt h ditance behinl, .\l'iors, and it means
that if oil is fuil 'h, r, i' \1 tri rin the prove: thielts right to the very
dr of New Orlh.iin-. %,h:, It \ill relan further des elolient of the oil in
d-trm in the inouth "l',. Irinin.t in (if oil wells has been slowly. but
.rely extendil'g fr,1:i I .-,til!ii, int. Texias. eastward ulntil our nearest pro
dective well is at Iluii. L.,. only about thirty-iv-e miles from New Or
lns on the air Itnre. but if it shIould be t roscn that this local well is a
failure, it does n,t m nt,. ,-a rily mean that oil or gas is not to be found in
this vicinity. It n:.t e- remembered that near New Iberia as many as
twenty wells were sunk h,ifore oil or gas was found in paying quantity.
Ti section is a thrit:ni oil country. which is paying handsomely upon the
o.vestment made in this industry
rp to the iresent time the geological survey is very favorable to tinil
-g oil so much so. that we have the assurance that other wells will be
blad. should the present one prove a failure.
The men behind this project should be encouraged in their work.
NEW CITY ELECTRICIAN
The appointment of \V. . I)llzell to succeed the late Foster Olroyd. as
d~ electrician, meets with general approval and especially. on our side of
S river, where Mr. Idil:rell is so well and favorably known.
Mr. Dllzell's various experiences in the electrical line, and his long years
d contact with men high up in this profession, qualifies him to hold the
rstion. notwithstanding a protest coming from an organization, which has
a means of determinini, whether or not Mr. Dilzell is suited or not for thei
His many friends, who know him well, and know his ability, are satfi
M that he will handle the office of city electrician with credit to himself,
Drwill maintain the same efficiency, as was had during the term of Foster
WHY AND WHY NOT.
The freight cost In the United States for hauling a suit of clothes one
Sthe distance round the world i only 19 cents.
Sauthern railroads recently signed an agreement that will cost themt
1USW1 a year, but that averted a railway strike involving 45,000 men.
i haary, (Cona.), hat manufacturers, whose employees have been on
S seveteen weeks, have resumed work on the "open shop" plan.
The Socialist ticket was recently elected at Dayton. Ohio, defeating the
-,utlan, Democratic and Independent tickets in a four-cornered fight.
The pork packers of Chicago propose that the Government appoint "a
us, experienced in business," to act as dictator of the live stock In
The death penalty in the Russian army abolished at the time of the
Imhtloa has been restored because of the demoralization which followed
Dr. Eliot of Harvard makes a plea that a stop be put to the disgraceful
L> that goes on every time there is a disagreement between an em
*lr ad his workmen.
A mix-up in babies at a children's hospital In New York has brought
deat md Jury action urging a new system of tagging all infants born in
IouLht to New 'aork institutions.
A man arrested in Cleveland lately on a charge of using the malls to
- anfessed that he made love to women all over the country to get
to keep 'tthe one woman" in luxury.
w C asagne is expected to re
Shurday or Friday. In his
_b- he met Rev. Father Delalre.
., formerly assitant in Algiers
So, Leutenant D)elaire of Uncle
* army. Father DeLaire has
mepted as a regular chaplain.
the rank of lieutenant. His
of French helped him to
the position, because inter
are in great demand at the
time on the French front.
elaire is happy over his new
t and is very anxious to
- o war zone.
. nther Quinn. S. M.. of Jef
Oslee, passed through the
- ay on his way to Philadel
1 the sad purpose of burying
ShLr, who died last Saturday.
P. Daigneau. professor of
aid higher mathematics
UUQe, Came down last Satur
_ hlp out in the absence of
. He made a very
Seal to the patriotism of
-~&br of the parish to encour
tLe members to buy Liberty
SOWers in our remetery are
t9 have an understanding
r genlal and efficient sexton
to co-operate H ith himn in
the resting place of the dead
as Il years cone by.
-- and clear appeal was
ety Rev. Fath,r. Larkin to
-i ioners to buy Liberty
1 M thereby help the country
great confli,'t that is now
d lhich awaits the strong;
- ci ountry to bring to an
lY NAME SO'CIFETY
-imit7 will have its usual an
- lt snext week or. Wednes
" e ' and Friday. The ex
1 Oasst of mass at ; a. m.
Sad benediction at 7:30
S ef the sern:ton will be
Very Rev. P. Wynhoven
, Gretna, and the
fathers of the larish.
a saked to help to make
m the sccese it should be.
will meet on Thursday
- dsw to Visit the am.m
bers and notify them of this great
event for every true Holy Name man.
'Saturday will be for confessions,
and the whole society will receive
communion in a body at the 5 o'clock
The closing exercises for all so
cietiea will take place at St. Stephen's
Church at 5 p. m. The services will
consist of a sermon by some eminent
preacher, followed by Benediction of
the Blessed Fsacrament.
There will be no publi, parade this
year on .account of the war, so many
men having been drafted that it
would Have thinned out the ranks
of the society. and, besides, it was
thought wise to save the expenses
necessary for such a demonstration.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL CONFER
Again this noble organization
comes before the people of Algiers to
remind them tl.at the cold weather
will soon be here and that there will
be many families in need of fuel for
the dismal wintry days. The high
cost of everything this present year
will make it harder for the poor to
live, .and hence there will rbe a need
for greater charity. Several substan
tial donations have come in already,
but nm,any more are needed. both
large and small. This is, indeed, a
most worthy cause and it is hoped
that, as in years gone by, the Algiers
people will respond. A special col
lection will be taken up at all the
masses Sunday. All are earnestly
bey ged to come well provided, for the
needs of the poor are indeed great.
Iet your doration be not only from
your superfluous. but from your
necessary cash, for sacrifice consti
tutes true charity.
This is to remind the parents and
the children of the special devotions
every Wednesday and Frid.ay -of the
convenient hour of 3:13. The church
ought to be filled to overflowing.
is not the case. Just a little thought
will increase the attendance.
Sunday-Masses at 5. 6. 9 and 10
a. m.. benediction at 4:3N1. baptisms
from 4 to 3 p. m.
SICK OF TIlE PARISH.
Peter MMcGivney. Mrs. Ely, Mrs.
Adeline Otis and Robt Teal.
Sidney Augustine. son of Arthur
Fields and Olga Powers of 340 Pacific
Avenue. Sponsors, Sidney Powers
and Miriam Gauthreaux.
Joseph George, son of George
Troullet .and Lathe Ely of 818 Slldell
Avenue. Sponsors. Louis J. Sordelet
and Itairhara Sordelet.
.losephine. daudlter of Vitter Las
' ito and Annie c('rniglia of ILow(-r
('oast. Sionsors. ~,aml laango and
The A.\liers branch of the A. R. C'.
turned out 17; pajama suits last
, month. Since then 44 tlajama suits
and 1., bed shirts have been returtned
to the N. O. chapter. A new lot of
one hundred garments is now on
hand, and we urge that otlr Inleli
ber, rai!y to the cause and put in
- snle time on their specified lays.
The knitting class. under the di
rection ot Mrs. \Whit more and Miss
Albert. i dtoing very eIll: the ladlies
have "c'augcht on" remarkably fast. and
are hb'comling very adept with their
.\t first fnizers and niiolles got
hoipelessly mixed and learnling to knit
'(s'eemed a very dliffitcult tak. inle,-id
But with such patiient and painstakingi
in.tructirs. order was soon birouht
out (t chaos, and now each is tryini,
4 tt out-ldo the other in the ieven..-t s ,it
her work and the spieid of h,.r :net
.\ o(,dly nllllber of our lleLtim ers
flp not se,- at all. and 11 ,o hate nit
. yit 'ilent actual service to the
r 1,(-lh \ Woulld n11t these ladies be
I. illin- to join the knittnc cla,.-s and
thus a 1sit us in turnin;g out our quo
1. ta of -.eatr.?
g There' , work for everytbody at our
r 1iranch head-lquarters, anid it theire
orei', tru st this appeal will be thli
lmeans of addlini to theI list of wtork
Tho e wishing to volunteer tr t (,r
lice can call on the cihairman. Mlis
. Ella M.. Itees. ::4 V\altitte stri(tir . ,
ring u;, the secretary. Miss G. iter
t bert. \ldii.rs ,~2.\\ '.
The r'i-tor t isited the lower C'oast
missions at linlme alnd laisy last
week. The s.-r\i e at Ilime was well
attended. but at I)aisy the nm,siqii
toes drov4. the egood re,-tor hack hollle
before lie ii uld arrange for a servi-e,
On Thursday of this w\eek you will
find hiill trying again.
A new altar will be pla:-ed in
the M1ission Chapel of tht. Good
Shtepherd at Dime. la. Th is
altar is the work of Mr. Imestir L unn
and is hi.; introduction to "i-le ias
tical iood \work. It is simile but
very dienitiedl in design.
On Saturday the rector called on
the Rev. Alexander Gordon Hake
el.l, priest in charge of Trinity
Chapel for the past thirty-wo years.
'The Rev. Mr. Bakewell was rector
of Mount Olivet from 1x65 to 1'71.
And "lDaddy" Bakewell" is dearly
loved 'by Mount Olivet to this day.
On Sunday. at 2 p. m.. Myrtle
Elizabeth Jeanette Cieutat receivtd
holy 'baptism in Mount Olivet
Church. Parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
Cieutat: sponsors. Mr. Charles .1.
Cieutat and Mrs. Sussannah Thorn
ing. Rev. S. L. Vail officiated.
John Bass died Thursday. Octo
ber 11. Service at house, church and
grave. Interment Friday. October 12.
at ::30 p. m., in St. Bartholomew's
"Father. in Thy gracious keeping.
Leave we now Thy servant sleep
Mrs. Christine Thayer died in
Hammond. La.. Friday. October 12.
Interment in Greenwood Sunday at
4 p. m. The rector of Mount Olivet
officiated at the cemetery. Mrs.
Thayer was born in Glasgow, Scot
land, seventy-four years ago, and
has been a resident of New Orleans
for the greater part of her life.
During the rectorship of the Rev.
Alexander Gordon Bakewell she was
confirmed in Mount Oivet Church in
the class of 1'66. She was a faithful
attendant upon the services of the
church and always took part in the
various activities of the parish so
cieties. Her bsence will be long felt
and her helpful assistance missed by a
"May light perpetual shine upon
The Ladies' Guild of Mount Olivet
Church held a business meeting on
Tuesday night at which suitablI
resolutions were drawn up and
adopted relative to the death of Mrs.
Christine Anderson Thayer. a copy
of which is to be sent to the press.
Serv'ices on neot Sunday at the
usual hours, 7 and 9:.1) a. m. Also
at 7:.30 p. mn. The early service will
consist of the Holy Communion and
sermon, at which time the Woman's
Auxiliary will attend in a body.
The "'Thank Offering" will also be
received at this service.
Now is the time for the Second
Liberty Loan. Church people do
your duty. Show your patriotism.
Buy a bond!
Resolutions of the Ladies' Guild
of Mount Olivet Church. New Or
leans. La., adopted Tuesday, October
Whereas. it has pleased Almighty
God in His wise Providence to re
move from this world our friend
and co-worker, Mrs. Christine
Whereas. by her long association
and faithful service in this parish
and church she has endeared herself
to our people: therefore
Be it resolved. That it is the sense
of this Guild that in the death of
Mrs. Thayer this congregation has
lost a most loyal, valuable and de
voted member, whose presence will
be most seriously missed by us.
Resolved further. That we tender
our sympathy to her relatives and
also to her dear and lifelong friend.
Mrs. Anna Conway,. and that these
resolutions 'be spread upon the
minutes of this Guild and a copy sent
to the Heald.
(Signed) ELI7ABIBTH TI'FTS.
Rev. C. C. W'ier. Phone Algiers 13.s.
Residence. 2"8 Vallette street.
Services were well attended at both
morning and evening hours. The
"Four Minute Man." who had been
promised to explain the Liberty Bond
did not come. The pastor made prop
er explanation. Miss Roberta Hat
kesbriin made proper announcement
l A H He knows coffees-has mixed them
and sold them for years. He knows
Luzianne. Ask him what he thinks
of it. Ask him what most of his
1i customers think of it. Luzianne will
• stand or fall by this test. If the re
port is favorable, take home a can and
r,,,u . try it yourself. Make up a pot, ac
lhsRelV-Thelr cording to directions. You have
""~OnEsr.oASfPsI nothing to lose, for the guarantee
assures your money back if you don't
The Lzianne Guarantee: like Luzianne. Buy a can today.
If, after using the contents Luzianne is roasted in a clean, sani
ofa can. you are not satisfied tary, well-lighted factory. Your own
in every respect, your gro- kitchen could not be cleaner. Ask
cer will refund your money. for profit-sharing catalog.
he Reily-Taylor Company. New Orleans
land explanation of lte2istration I tay.
at both Iiliorining anl eveninel sr
\ices and urged the (o-tiperationi (if
all the mmIli11brers
The junicor chair sang t wo special
-elections: Loa e's L.1-ht livi*.i, ald
The Mlan of G;alilee.
The pastor's text was II Samn 'I.
21. "And the king saidi unto .\rannah.
'Nay: but I will surely buy it ofat thee
at a price: neither ~\ill I offer hurnt
offtrings unto the L.ord my (;oid o:
that which cist me i nothin'
At night the choir anllg an appro
I priate anthemn. Mrs lllakertian sang
a beautiful solo. The pa tor's te\t
was. 1Matthew 5.4 '"llessed are they
that mourn: for they shall be com
All collections at both services and
Sunday Schoiol were for the M.Mthod
ist Orphana.-; at Rusti(n.
Mrs Joel Lilly mpresented her
church certificate fromnt ;allnman
('h irch. Miss.. and becatme a illmember
of thei local con(crication. She is to
mitake her honie amonll her former
.Aliers friends, who gladly weltconne
Elizabeth ('aroline l.eoine. infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Lau
man was baptized October 14, 1:17.
Mr. W. R. Lilly and Miss Leoine
Larre were sponsors.
Tonight 'the congregation is urged
to attend prayer meeting at 7::i11 in
stead of 7:30), to give an opportunity
to everybody to attend the big platri
otic meeting at the Athenaeum at X.
This will be one of the greatest meet
ings In behalf of the second Liberty
Bond issue. Senator John Sharp Wil
liams is expected to speak.
The pastor urges every member to
make next Sunday a great Sunday
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. The text at night will
be Matthew 7:5.
The Boy Scouts had a big meeting
Monday night. After a business ses
sion. 1Mr. E. L. Bordelon gave the
boys their usual drill. Several new
names were added.
The Leaguers were sorry to hear
last Sunday that Miss Etta Petti
grove uwas ill, and hope that she will
find her way to the League next Sun
day. Sunday evening's lesson was
to have been led by Miss Etta, 'but
Miss Roberta Hafkesbring led in her
stead. Among the announcements
the one remembered best was that
two of our Lague boys. Messrs. Carl
and Paul Malone, who are now in the
United States Navy, are well and
still remem er the Leaguers.
The regular monrtihly business
meeting was held on Tuesday, Octo
ber 16, at the home of Misses Flor
ence and Kate Green. Seversal mat-'
trs of importance were discussed,
as follows: First department, .Mliss
Rober',t Hafkesbring. superintend
ent: Irva Daniels. Mary Harvey.,
Lester Dunn. Captain Zatarain ,and
Le Roy Parker. Second department.
Miss Emma George, superintendent;
Ruth Hafkesbring, Fiate Green, Etta
Pettigrove. Inez i)aniels. Florence
Green and Sanford Hebert. Third
department, Miss Thelma Cayard,
superintendent: Mrs. L. T. I)unn.
Mr. R. Whalin. Walter Wells. Edgar
Cayard., Streuby Drumm and Mrs.
Zatarain. Fourth department. Mr.
Claude Entwistle, superintendent;
Mr. Wiltox. Mr. Schroepple, Miss
Anr,abelle Kirkpatrick and Hehbert
Hingle. Several games were played,
and afterward refreshments were
served, which were enjoyed 'by all
present., Among those present were:
Misses Florence Green. Inez Daniels.
Roberta l-tafkesbring. Hattie May
Armstrong. Thelma Cayard. Kate
Green, Luella )Dunn. Irva Daniels,
Emma George. Messrs. Wilcox. Les
ter Dunn, Streuby Drumm, Walter
Wells. Edward Daniels. Sanford He
bert. Frank Schroepple, Whalin.
Moore. Hazelrig, Chester Green. Ed
gar Cayard. Mrs. L. T. Dunn, Mrs.
7,atarain. Mrs. Green and the Rev.
C. C. Wier.
My. but the race is close. Even
again. Yes. the Reds and the Blues
are again even. but Sunday is the
last day. and the winners will be an
nounced on Sundlay. So be out and
hear if your side won. Be-sides. Sun
day is Rally DI)ay. and w,- are anx
ious to have ia large nunimber present.
WIe want the mothers and fathers and
thle rest of the famnily to come. We
are to have a very good program for
your 'benefit, so come and hear your
children. or your friends. or your
future friends. Then comes the so
cial or Halloween Party for the con
testants on the .lst. which we are
working hard for in order to have a
rood one for you. Going back to:
Sunday, we took up the \'rk Day
Offering for the Orphanage. and
everyone was pleased at the results.
I)on't forget to come out Sunday
morning at 9:'30 o'clock to Sunday
Shool. Remember it is Rally Day.
NO NEWS RECEIVED THIS JEEK
O:i :a.-I T!Lnt -*iay ni itr. th,. \It
,.hini- andI Ii,.li-rs of N,. 1 \\'.it h
at the Na.iv: Station satVi' a lhanuitI'
at liw a r'tes ' a.,. After k .li, kinti
oft tronif work att 12 p. In. they iros
, u,.led to thie spread and all enjIy
aiile. tinti' a'as -pnt. Mr. II. Kurtz
was tilastir of ce-remotinies ani Mtr.
J. I'i-niergaat anilou tio.r. The en
tiattining was ldlne bt .,e1-.r . A.
i lbfrt. W. Jone-. . . iiauldin, tle
lirt and ('haudin relirintig the ]a'
S1 ballad-, and Mr. Jones hanlid
out the rag tiulm. .A qtlarlette lomi
posed of .l--rs. 'ehlerua.-t. Jonea.,
Hiebert. ('hauln was the. feature-.
Those present a ere 1 M-ssrs. J.
Hilliiard. A.. t'haudin. Geo. MaePi'her
.on. A. Hobert. J. P'endiergast, J.
Mc-Nall y. Ily. O(rmond. W. Jones. J.
Laporyerolier. F. Ta tnhe. J. Thomp
son. J. IHauter. lHy. Kurtz andi L.
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agement, Ete.. Iteluired by the
.(et of ('ongrte of August
Of The Herald. published weekly at
New Orleans. La.. for October, 11.417.
State of Louisiana.
'o'unty of Orleans
Before me. Robert E. O'C('onnor.
in and for the State and county
aforesaid, personally appeared Dr.
C. V. Kraft. who. having been duly
sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the owner of the
Herald and that the following is. to
the best of his knowledge and belief.
a true statement of the ownership,
management of the aforesaid publi
cation for the date shown in the
above caption. required by the Act
of August 24. 1i412. embodied in
section 443. Postal Laws and Regu
That he is the Publisher, Editor,
Managing Editor and Business Man
ager of The Herald.
That he is the sole owner of The
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holders. mortgagees. or other secu
rity holders, holding any interest in
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Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 3rd day of October, 1917.
ROBT. E. O'CONNOR,
i' THlE PREVOST INSI'RANi'E AGENCY
September 18, 1917.
United State, of America, State of Louii
ana. a3riTsh of I reran . ( ty of New
Be :t known, that on this eighteenth Ilthi
day of the mo.ath of September, in the yea
o-f our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
sventeen, and of the Independence of the
United States of Amer:ca, the ein hundred
and forty-second, bef ire me, Felix Joseph
P'uig, a notary pubte;c, duly comr.issi ,ned
and qualified in and fr the Parish of Or
leans. State of Louisiana, therein restling,
and iu the presence of the witnesses herein
after named and undersigned, personally
came and appeared:
The persons whoie name. are hereunto
c blip cribed, all residents of this city, who
-everally declared that, availing themneivec
of the provi,,nsl of the laws of this State
relative to the organization of corporations.
they have covenanted and agreed. and I, liby
tnene tpresent., coivenant and agree bind and
.1lgate themselves int i a corpliration under
te tiipulati .,nv s ar-i agreement, hereinafter
set fi-th, which they herebty adapt an their
i arter, t",-wit'
.\rt~t;le I.-The nam-e and style of thos
c , ra'nn he.rev frm:ed is declared t
!,e the "I'revst In.urance Agency Company.
Ico-npirated, its t nmicile sha!l be in the
I sty -f New Orleans It hall eminmmence
b~ isne as oon, as all of the requt rem ents
.,f the law hall have been cornplied with.
and t -shl eny succes;,mn by its cirporate
namne f,- the term of ninety-nine years from
and after sail date, unime ws ner d:.olved,
"" the manner d:rected by law. during which
rre it hall have the right to ute and he
-ned ;in ',- corp-ate name; to acquire prop
-ty by grant, gift. purchase or bequtest: to
'e!e. learc, hold or I;poe of and to mort
gage andi pd-ge real. personal and mixed
property: and enjoy all other powers, r;gh:s
a ti, p-vi!eges granted by law to crrplra
Art~c'e II -The president. or in his a'
-ence., the secretary-t o'Reaisurer, is de-ignrated
a: the pers-ni ulo n sh -'in all ci'at: is or
ther legal proess.. shall he served.
A tcle III -The ,',jecs ard purposes of
this c,,r;,ira, in and the natu.re of the ,s
-Iteo to ie carried -in by it are hereby de
tcartd to e t, c-ntuct a general Insurane
Agency R aine , t, S,'it-it In-uran-e ,f all
kind., either ,ion a Salary or (omm:ni-,. to
act as Ar-c t f .r re:,len' and non-re-;len:
In-uarce (ompanries of all kinds; to mn-pect
n-vrance rik-., t i adji st inisurane I t5eC
ant genera' ave-age, and generally wh f:l 1
ptier I, ,I a d perf-rm any and all acts
Ines e al and nece ary : acco'mrhi the
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Sar ta:: , : r t an'y fti :e' n t n tha ti he
'. :,l:nt . , thle une, a:. 1 haince a g nr' tw.e :
,t ck, n.er tHall A.ny nt'mtre " :n .e ,'na I a
hrg ate: 7. e,:: an l ri t' e, .ltor:, a:!. r aite rt.a I
rig if thaLa e wha ' tic lin'
ai ,ve et f r:h or render t - a : c artr r 3. I'r l
Thur itt!e and p ed, er 3. ofare e, at
N \-w I r :, Lrtein a. St ~t:he day, m, n:i
at, h 't t c 'r-t a v'l, writ:rler i" theI ig e,
ene anf .r the I.ri. \ ' 1:g and Jeanne. Iitre ,
the ann dia rer, an me, notary, after due are I
aring of the (wh r,:r . f the !'re rinar
Alert de ite 2 ,'nianey ; Wli . J. Preva- t i
laly re irded in my altire art I"''A 1212.
'gare. Waiter G. H.E NARD J. lyarel.
I. the undf I.l ,ne. a ra, ,rei er of i f (r e agne.
in andr f r t f te a ri rlen S tate . I a ean . fi
Lier'aya detifhe reiv cert:'y that the in r I e
a true and ci,rrct c.p uif tile 4 rrinat ('-ar.
e and foregoing Charter of th ra e Autnc (Iur
n, Agen tile and om recir'!, aIter:y tu lriay
In fatth whereo. I bereunt ret ny !
atn e af L.f ni2eaa Nare. wi (Irteanv,), t
StgVtrii !"E!AX J. Ii'hI. N'a-y lruadt'y.
September 24. 9lte.
ant, Par:eanh of l, rles, .n .tate e Lui
day 'if:etani dhee'ry:i t Seiemter, in the year
a tr afn , ('hrit tey of the 'ar-an n ine l h ar
air eser te y (,o andif the Inr r" AtierlIenc 'ify
It"c, 'reoret an! fy re re t he fitkr.,
h' a i) can- Sate 'f I..'ii-'ana, l ily,
"n f-"tcinh t'n,| qtaitieriu t a ten m, :h!
inga an of r tle pre, ene Of the I.tn:n. ,:
here afy te if te an uter.A.eri ftre. )7 e'
e nt a tier -Jh e I la-i'raraces aey h',,
t S' gne i ) "EnI'In J. l 1ri at N,'tty aubliv.
a Septemter 24i 11a
IX'E DITLie ISaIINt a..)MPANY, IN
" ted .gtate, ,f America, Stare i ,f L, i -
and , h e ar;h of .)rlans, L:ty yf Nea'
ef ur lf rd, oe th tiand. nne hu ,It: ai
:n'l - e.en:tee·,) and ,)f the Indlepcn lenre ,,f
'ae nited 'rtates f Amerca, "he one h'en
Ire| a 'l frty-sea al. Ief.re me. W. aM,,gan
ta:ey, a tary pa:t,~ ' n aa- f. r the par
' '' of ' r'geang , S'at e~e , La t' ana, , aly
''-n' n:i-:,onet ,n q a ":"e, thereo re a":,-'
ng, and t the pre"en ,e "f the ' tnesse
here:nafter na ed andt ul':,te r stgnte,|, per
,'iax ly Iame and a.' eare,;
The '.everal ne'- ,n who-e ren are here
ao s' cri'ae . h, everally declarn'! that
mvaici ' them.e: ve. f af an:, anuar the
he av gan: at ,n ,r c , p ,.it : i., ta l y -ave
Sant and agree , a a.m ahe:ia'ive " as well'
,s nte', er.. as 2: a y here.:ftre belt)'o e
ga ca',iaed w it ,h e' r su. e e | :hI n l a
aen It;t':e a r r;, n , : or h,,a y pl:t
d1,' te c? 'p• :a , f >i: . ,; ng, .wy:.i_' they
pd a'pt ar "hea r char' cr , : - v.,t
Artne a ale ' T n na:rr of :v s it r;, ra'' i n
rehall e it'h ' .t e in all :- it a ,:a ;,any,
hn orapine of" al: t'.er ':he ,.r'e r,.,:,.
and hl.ve etc:. o f te "Dixie Demo tty :
Con anr d l erate in a; kind r e.nd
ihand buildi mey, real, etc., a , d i, ac
hand building materials, etc., said Dixie
-- . 1
1 ". r_ t I `u thi
, 'C. '. ''..
1, 1l Ae
.4 r1 "1 inner
4 1- - .'y 'nli .1 rly
:. ':1 ihJ:"aI \ 1 tit. s> ,rw
. I , t !, e l..
a 'I :l1 .f t " ,; 1 all bis. tie's
I e :- dr.: J le a1ll ues
S : * dI I dlrec tor , tiay
1 rK ti f tr the
g.4 ':1! ent ::'e t: 'n ' I I .4:l 1 1. itof
::1 . af. to a. .1r ,nd an I han- ge
S ra .lt al I :rs '.y r tay not use
a re 1', at !'le 1s , e:. " of the biard.
v. 'pa-. 're '1 .: . : u.. ny -.h ll be con
: lerr. as cn'.. i *v the year unless so
.pr la ni y<ntrae:rd with in writing. Said
:1 1hacl have the r:ght t delegate any
i 14, wers t . a ny tflicer hffcers or agents
rt 1,prir artd. generally ti dr any
,4l all igt :4 "i','avary ~r rrqaii:e fir the
ran.. a. Itn i " ithe bus:ness andl affairi of the
Ar: il . \ :. Th. act 'of tii"'rpora.tir . may
lie e ltered or atien,!el, or tills corpo ratslo
d:, :ed by a v . itt of three-fourthes n
. f, I ! " the cap al ' " k i ,u,.d at a
gren ,., ntreting if !te st. kh tiders cntvened
fr t''at tourpte. ThI rty .il) days pievlous
. 't 1r if re i eeting , hall have been pub.
hib:e one of : daily:: newspapers of the
(ity .'f New tirleant, and copy of said no
tu.e iiaile. by r-gi-terd letter to each
s!tarh: '.der at hle lst ktnown residence.
Article V'II -Whenever this companyll may
,ie di.s lved by expiration of the s charter
or erherwi.e, two ilruid ating comrnisiloners
shall 'e elected by the shareholders at a
general icer ttg of the sto\kholders held as
herein pr.'voled. 'Lb se liquilators shall
cn:tnr in othe unt!il the full iqguidation
if thle c rparatin, .ry in rate of the death
.f either if them, the retmaitrn ng liquidator
rhall c- int ,ite sail lt'.n lilatnin until the
'hareh .iders see tit ta eleit a successor to
fIll itch vacaic y.
Art cle VIll -No t'bk il .er of this cae
L)ra'r itsi ill ever lie hell hIatIe or CC
, altered for the faults or contracts of
d in or e atsin in any further seum. than
. ri uit. I . aanie dise the irlyniaeion on
te , hate it -tir-k owned by him. nor shall
AIy nit e i fi i::ulaty ini oiranleation have
of Cxp.- -tg a s' ckhililer to any liability in
t'ie a'icu in: 'f his atick.
Tihl lin ,e an! ,aseil a:t my office in the
('ity ,f New ()rlae in. L.'sanda. ',n the day.,
:nn: arenl year he rri knrt above written,.
n thle pectnce of the-lre RHerhl and
hee .v ,t " rC .,pe t tmale witnesses
,,fi therrrp, r:gn their namesr with the said
afe-:aer a'f tie, turary, aftier due reading
'if the wtiie.
(fr guinl gtnedi: Jos. E. Jh·tnson 24
2,hl 0 i:i're, said. L.a iati p: intg the
tir i of Ii xe I e. o s'ikng , ,,lr Jo hn II.
, uhite i .,r tera rs New orle ni sr, I ..,
Iw 4 Itoat'' . n i re New 4ftrlarns, La.
it le r Ii,,ll ne S M. ron
- a . ,fl, AN (.w HI.Ey Nit. Pub.
Ste ie, .1 re ! Rde~rdler if i.Mrtgages,
et a ,:, fr ah: 'c f . rleai, Stae. of
LouThan, di aieren y certify that the Oinve
lti ferr'igAe 4i 'If ilnrpir.anton of the
out e lDena yetir I he tlpa'iy. lncirttorated,
was thie. day dly rei'ie in my office
\ew iirlearci L'ui-ata. S.'. 24, 1917.
I I, r If ''C alcive and fiaterdteg ti be a
S d rret. copy of the ru l act of
"4'o o 'of the '. ixe lie-r shing.
I -t 'r. ,In 'pttied, toge' 'r with the.
ao :,e oI the Her 't. . f Mrtgages
S I d. an. in I.>. niy n'ataial
,'. MoRG.AN o' L.EY, N-it. Pub.
. n e27 " t 4 11 or r N ,v t
on t all the dirt out of e
Carpets and Matting
Phone Algier 311 319 NEWTON iT.
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