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of the Arcadia Bonded Warehouse
state of Louisiana, Parish of Blien
BE IT KNOWN AND REMEBER
ElD, That on this the 24th day of
July, A. D., 1919, before me. Bertram
F. Barnette, a Notary Public in and
for said parish and state, duly coin
missioned and sworn, carn,! andl ap
peared J. K. Reynolds, J.e°' Daniel, D.
H. Brown, A. Anderson, Y. M. Lyons.
L. M. Tooke, B. R. Felts, L. E. ()zley,
R. D. Simsr Lawrence Daniel, M. 0.
Collinsworth, J. W. Sherard, William
5111w, t. L. Taylor, Joseph Dawidoff.
J. L. McClellan land It. C. Fergunscn
residents of Ilienviile piarislh. louis
lana, who, ini tie presence of tis' at.
testing legal and competent wlitnesses
declared to mue. Notary. that, avallint:
themselves of the provisions of thit
laws of the State of Loulsianai rel
tive to the formatlon. organization and
establishment of of 'orls rahtions, and
the operatloln and maiagetleait of saime.
they do by this act and these plreseiitý
form themselves ald such other per
sons as may aswciafi' themselves witlh
thew or snceceel thew. Into it corljxra
tion. unler the, namae anid terms anl
for the purlose herehiafter set forti,
in the various articles.
The nitame of this ('orporation shall
be Arcadia Bonded Warehouse ('Com
pony, Incorporated in and under wiMch
nmame it shall sue and lie sued, curry
on its business, and do and perform
all acts niecessary In carrying out tit
provisions of this charter, and suiih
other acts its are, or Uai. lhe author
ized bey law, and shall have successiol
for a periosi of 19) years from dato
hereof, unless stnoner dissolved hi ac
,orlaiilte' with law.
Tlhe object of this cirlsoratitm, and
bhe lpurpose for which it is formied
are dehlared to Ibe, to carry on a gen
o'ral hoiided warehouse business aiild ti
buy, sell, lease aiiad hold real estate
and ptersonal prolperly amid to do am(
lirforlii all nets ll'eessary and in
cldental to the carrying oil of sil'
lbusiness, wider aind iii accordanice witl
the laws of the State of Louihsian
relative to such business.
The calpltall stoeck of this corporatilo
shall lie Seven Thousand Five Hun
dred ($7,500,00) dollars, divided into
and represented by 1:40 shares of thn
par value of Fifty ($50.00) Dollar;
each, and the corporation shall begin! I
business when all 1;0 shares are sub
s'rihld and paid for in aicordanc(
with law. This corporation shall liave
authority to Increase its capital stoek
on complying with law relative there
to to ali amount not exceeding Fifth
The deomicile of this corporatin h
shall he in the Town of Arcadia, Blen
Ville, parish, Louisiana, at which Illact V
all service of legal process shall in !
made on the president and in his ab
"ience in accordance with the law ex
isting at the time of such service.,
The affairs of this corporation shah'
be, managed by anoi be under the con 1
trol of a Board of Fifteen Director:
who shall belecated by aind front
among the stockholders, at the annun"
sltockholders' meeting 'which shall in
held onl the first Monday in July o
teah year, bteginniig with year 19'20 n
The folloing. totokholoiers shall com
* pos the first Board of Directors: J 3
1Reynolds, who shall set as chair h
amat; TL. E. Olley, who shall a't a.
*'eretairp; ILeo Daniel. D. F, Browi,
A. Anderson, ,. M. Tooke', Ri. II. I,'4us
W. W, herard, U 1,. Tayhlor, B. II(N
* ols, 31. O. ('ohlinsworth. Y. Pd!
*Lyons, J L. MC'lellait, It. ('. Fergu r
soil and Joseph D~awldoff. all of Ar
eadida, Bienville parish, loilslaimia
ffbo shall hold office, and 'oaipose g~il' Pl
hoard until their sucetssoih are elect w
eLFive, Directors shall constitute
, ' ARTICLE VI. w
."Tble officers of thils corploration shal'
,be ai Prwldent. a First Vice-President,
a', itlecond Vice-President anid a Secreth
tary uid ai Treasurer. The seeretar a
raly also hohld the office of Treasurer
1'y.ahaltll be elected mntUahlly on th,
ti''Soinday of July, beghiinlng wit
thm' lt II ;,Sy the Board of Direc t
tora e~lectedl on said daiy bly the stock i
holder., which board shall immedllatel' a
ot'gala. and elect said officers.
the Urt offiers of this corporatol h
slhall lie !, K. Reyttolds, president: Ari
Andersoni. 1st vice-preside, t; R. I)
rSims, 2nd YIvet~presldent, and Ti. F
~ 1litY, sleretary.treis~r, whoe shal
.. bid sakh! offices! until their suece,,sor ~
are elotel according to law as here ~
:: ARTICLE VII.
)Ieetr l' igs Of the stockhohlders amid of i
,time ofDirector. may be hel,
s" !'iG~i ieeda of the buineis:
m.a'liy rlqUlrp, provided that for stokwik
)< heihrg' meetings, written notice shah
be; maIlltl to eaeiw stockliolder at hi
/:last kuiow petoiclle address or tin he
ah.iwi Ili';thle charter, at least fittest"Ca
ditvs befotk i.ild ieethmig is held, atie
for meetingls of the Board of Direc
t~lri, writtenl notice shill lbe giveii l
e;'h ameinlier at least twenty-foulr hour
<b:|efore suaod mneetbtg is hehlol provld&l
- thiit by consenlt oct the Board, this
IloleI ns be i waive,l bi
*.' '$o formalitye In the formaltion of o
thhis corporathm shall have the ef-ap
1: oth of annmuhlimg this charter, nor any y
stoekhlohler ever-held liable for any
o-ldligatloua or fault of the corporation, )
e~otet as iprovidel tiy law. All stock e
li t"to a. third party, until satu ao
.a itts ofee tit the eorploratiom, or
. --l1dlr therein atiol refmtseul at I
ttw ice!! offered hey cuch thirolto
AU tranllsfers! shall be made
.w h of the crtlihoate orrertiif. pr
eat.isi I etrn Ire before amly t
tr !f sbnlgo the corporat o.
.. ..• l~kL EJi l~X.. 31
Wh mvgjthis corprtion i ls I f rls.
i~ !l tlit0s shlla be settledan
b~~a ~0daho, .seiletdi &'rac
•~ 4e., *°sedti ' Riit~edwl
%ty k thflie~a llUinhl in
e ?!:'of ty, *1for whouml.
their tinds as inscor i
declared they have paid for in cas!
hous1 and in accordance with law, on th,
day and date first above written.
Leo Daniel, Arcadia. La., 10 shares
S$,500.00; J. E. Reynilds. Arcadia, La..
'BFR 20 shares, $1.000.00: Miss Luuda Reyn
aidf os, by J. F. Reynolds, Arcadia, La..
10 shares, $5fWI.00: Y. M. Lyons, At
adadia, Lit.. 10 shares. $5.N0.00: A. An.
derson, Arcadia, La.. 11) shares, $50.
Sap- s00; 1). E. Brown. Arcadia. La., l1
Ia, Dshares. $500.00 by I,. M. Tooke; L. 11.
e Toke, Arcadia, La., 10 shares, $500,.00:
Ozic B. L. Felts by L. E. ()zley, Arcadia.
1. 0. 'La., 12 shares, $600.00; L. E. Ozley.
Arcadia. 10 shares. $,>).00); R. D.
*ilia Sims, by A. Anderson, Arcadia, La.
td shares. $3100.00;: Lawrence Daniel by
louis Leo Daniel, Arcadia. La., 4 shares.
It( at. $200.00 3M. 1). ('ollinsworth, Arcadia.
l~a.. 4 shares. $2N1S00; J. W. Sherard
,iling by Leo I)aniel, Arcadia, La., 11) shares.
W.$HJ.00: William Sims, by A. Ander
rein son. Arcadia. La., 3 shares. $150.00.
it and It. L,. Taylor. Arcadia. La., 10 shares
1ld $001.0); Joseph Dawidoff, Arcadia
l a.. 4 shares. $200.00: J. L. Mc('lellan
'OiiflC Arcadia, La.. 2 shares. $100.00: It. ('
peri erguson by 1,. l;. ( zley, Arcadia, La.
per - shares, $250.00.
rpora Attest ('larence Daniel, J. S. Wil.
fort B BERTRAM F. BARtNETTE,
State of Louisiana, Parish of Bliet
shijhl1, J. N. Selnlcy. Deputy ('lerk Dis
triot ('ourt and Ex-Oflfcio Recorde
withit and for liienvtlle Parish. d.
arr~y hereby certify that the above and fore
rforw g ing is a true asid correct c(opy (
it liii the original on file Slnd of record f.
suchiilly ottice. as shown in Book "A" Pag,
itior. 65, ('harter Records Bienville parish s
dat Given under my hand an1d seal o'
uisic' office this the 29th day of July, 1919.
J. N. SMLl,
Deputy ('lerk of District Court aill'
and Ex-Oflicio Recorder.
gen If you can't work well in hot weath
state er take Prickly Ash Bitters, It purl.
anc ties the stomach, liver and bowels
in- and fortifies the body to resist the de-.
such pressing influence of summer heat. II
Is fine for working met,. Price $1.25 t
ls'r bottlty! City Drug Co., Special
into GIBSLAND LOCALS
]i.; Miss Bosley of Montonmery. h)ab a
uegh Iieen visiting her sister, Mrs. Batu, g
hav. Miss P'auline Butler of Monroe
tock spent last week with her grand par I
anft3 eats, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rhodes. e
Miss Marguerite ('ourtney and litti,
brother, Fred, of ('ampti, while visit
len big their grand parents at Mt. Lebalni1
ian on are speniding some of their time di
N with Gibslanbl friends.
er Hon. J. P. Jone spent last week in
ha'Misses Ruth and l~uelle Key. of
onBernice have been guests of their
to:cousin, Miss Blanche Phillips, recent. d
Mrs. W. N. Hope has had the pleas.
Sure of a visit from her sister. Mrs I
amM. J. Rowe. and niece Mirs. Miller ofM
JMonroe. Ga., also has had as her guest
arher tdaughiter, Mrs. Texas Ford aiil
Mrs. ,Johiinie Edwvards anid son, .J1o.
MGlen. of Bradley, Ark., aIre visiting,
S Rev. l,. IA. ('argihl is condlucting a
al' rotruieted meeting at Oak Grove this
Mrs. J. W. ILongford spent Thursday
with relatives at 8ibley. a
'u, Mr. and Mr. ('la.jton Webb! and lit.
retie Find~ley, visitedl relatives at Athens
t'The marlage of Mr. P'ace of Athens,
to Miss Noun l~ei'ns was solemnizediF
it the home of the bride in Mt. ILab.fr
i;anon Sunday. Miss Levins was a
;raduate of our schoold a year ago, and
Ahas the best wishes of maity school
1)friends here. Mr
Mrs. oftrickianul of Shreveport, is the i
utofher, daughter, Mrs. IV. H. a
Mr. Win. WV. Tood was a 'business
oflvsitor to Shreveport Tuesdlay, of
,. Miss Ruth Byrd spent the we~k-endica
'kwith relatives inl Arcadia. i(
ii Mrs. W. II. Barrony of Hortman, is
athe guest (of her aunt, Mrs. 1g. L.
~' Prof. and Mrs. Co ttieghian of the o
41Baptist ('allege at Pinevihle, visited a
rrelutives here this week. F
rey. W. A. Mec(aini has b~eeiissist. CI
hin in a revival meeting in Mississippi
f on the past teti days. Both 'of lilasu
!.appointments were filled here prey
tyby Rev. Price. et
a, Mrs. Howard Parnell was again call. 1
eti to Riuggohul by the very seriousyo
Illness of her mother, Mrs. Tooke, who ~u
Shas been suffering 'from typhoid feveries
icabout two mionths. d
it Mr. Ahanzu Walker had an opera.
itloio for appendicitis at tile Schum.
pert Memorial Sanitarium at threre.
~'port, last week. His friends are glad
to know that he is now convales'enit.
Mr. R. C. Kidd hrns purchased from
i.lrs. R. f. Gill the rtesiuece whitch is
anow occupiedl by Mr. A. B. Browi..,nt
Iand family, and will soon .move his
fiamily, here from Htomer.
Mrs. A. B. Brown and children leave pa
this week for Oklahoma, where they iI
will sleid a ounth visiting relatives.
°Mr'i Pennlngton Is in San Antonio.
Texas, the guest of her son and fatia.
Miss Thelma F~liby is visiting relain e
call last week. for a visit to her son, Mr.
R tli Peale Hamner and family at LaFeria.
141.. Miss Dorothy Van Cleve has gone to
Iteyn- Missouri to visit relatives.
Ai Mr. Richard Colbert. Jr., of Shreve.
An port, is visiting friends here.
L. ý1. CITY GROCERY STORE
[10.(R): CHANGES HANDS
Lzley. Mr. Elston Barnette has purchased
U' from J. M. Harp the ('ity Grocery
Ie by Store. where he has been employed
hares. during ihe past year.
adia. We feel sure that. Mr. Barnette will
tares, reap the measure of success to which
,jder. his ambitlon, push, energy and huss.
l0ess qualities entitle him. He states
tares that he expects to annltOUniCe through
'at these (olumns Ih the hear future sev.
It. (' ertal improvements in his service t(
La. his customers. Watch for his all.
We understand that J. M. Harp, ft~r
F, mer proprietor of the City Grocery
1ihic. will devote his entire time to the whole.
hen sale gas and oil husilles, which hi:
1now has In charge.
I. (b CHURCH NOTICE
fore Announcement Is made that Ryev.
Id i. H. C'. Hell will preach at tlic 3i. 1'
Pag ('hureh Sunday night, Aug. lrl. A
rish cordial Invitation Is extended to every
bodly to attend.
Miss lllie Todd spent Salurday and
Sunlay with Miss Katherine Madden.'
Miss Beulah Anderson of Grove, La.,
purl, is visiting her sister, Mrs. It. M. D)eli
t. It Mr. T. I. Smith made a business trip
Fl.2 to Hleflin Tuesday.
Miss Ruby Foster and Mrs. Foster of
Shrevt port, spent several (lays with
Mrs. E. A. Hamner last week.
Mr. Tommie James and Misses Amy
ta antd Leah Janmes of Sawies. were thie
Itot' guests of Miss Lilla Smith Friday a
roe Mr. Louis Harris and Miss Iva a
par Evans were quietly married Sunday s
evening 'at the home of the bride. s
WWe wish them much happiness. "
isi Mrs. Georgia McGraw of Monroe.
Ian Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M. An.
Mr. T. W. Evans and daughter.
in Maggie, made a business trip to Monr.
ofMr. llardy Hamner happenied to the
em msfortune of breakinlg his arm Sunl.
mt.day while trying to crank a car. 11* J
is imp~roving fast.
Misses 1L111a Smith, Edna Andrsonite
rsand Edna Evanls were the guest of
ofMiss Bleulah Anderson M(onday.
Mrs. Floyd Smith and Miss vIr t
hhAyers of )Xshhalld. wvere visitors of
Miss Maude Smith last week.
ng Miss Etlte Mae Myrlck, Olhilt ). anldM
Mary Huckabay, were visiltors in towim
is NEWS ITEMS IN' BRIEF'
l ay ir. M. 11. Fiehlds of Ashha|nd. wa:
among the out-of-towni visitors here
h15 Mr. M. S. Thornton, one of Ward.
4's ,prominenlt citizenls mingled with
Ifriends and acquaintances here last
-b A very pleasant occasion was the do
n.iightfu! moonlilght picnic givei Up)on
ud the spacious Jawmi In front of Mr. amld
ol Mrs. Lawvrence Danfel's home on
Wednlesday evening. Music from the
lhe Victrola and a number of eutertainhin
H. gaines..served to cause tihe *homn' to
pass all t(K) swiftly. Quite a munbet'
of young people were present. Eadi .
of the yoqng ladies ptresenit bronahut
sandwiches and other goodl thinlgs to
lj eat which were served picnie styl,
and greatly enjoyed.'
L. We unzdersta|id that W. C. Thomas
will take charge of the Arcadia Ho~tel
begimfuilng August 1st1 and that he will
te move Isis family there Just as soon
~jas the buililng is vacaedt by Mr. A.
F. White and ifamily.. Mr. and ,Mrs.
Thomas have had considerable exper
t. ieile li tihe lite
hoteml lluiess, amidw feel
Issure they will be as ,successful as
y present pros~ects would seem to Indi
I- If hot weather saps your energy anid
Syou can't work well, II Is a sign that
Y our systen4 is full of bilious Impuri.
rties. You will be sick if you do not
do omernthing. Take lPrickly, Ash Bit
ters, the remedy for men; ft cleanse,
'the blood, liver and bowels, restores
strength, vim anti cheerful spirits.
l Price $1.2,5 per bottle. City Drug Co.,
Tbe Frigate i-d.E
NatnriitsttS aver that the frigate
..'hrd performs most of the busineis of
It.life on the Wing-feeding, the col.
htorion of nesting material, and even
• leeping. T?~o spread of its mighty
pinions is hImmense. and it cann ly 06
mtl an ho~jr without s~emngai to
" WosdritI of Plant Lifo.
A spedest of the acacia tree 8ltrlzfn
* i, elght of about elgbt feet, When
Ifu gown it eiose its leveg togther
Ia Celia e c day at min,, t, flas set.
t, ed i't wil flte ". "~Ih it t- ~ e
..ad i.. the [-.
,;fre:. e •il ,si a "a' ea. '..' I~
M1r. IN tMEMUOR
ra, of Madison Perritt. who was born Feb.
18th, 1838. Grew to manhood and mar
rled Amandat Mitchell (nee Brown).
to January 2:3, 1867. To this union were
born 9 chillren: 2 died in infancy and
S7 are yet living. HIis wife died Oct.
28, 1895, an0d he itas again mariked
to Miss Annie ('lossen, Dec. 1lth.
DS lie died very suddenly at his h(ome
in Bryceland. La., July 7th. 1919. havy
sed ilg attained his 81st year, 4th month
ry and 19thi day of life.
ye As a man he was not (1 feet, 4 inch
es. nor weighing 2.7) poulids, but lie
vill was physically. mentally and morally.
aich a man. Always cheerful. bouyant and
usi. contemplati e. The sunshine of h!l
tes social, friendly, loving heart just drew
igli you to him., and if there was in you
ev. one vital spark of real manhood. lihe
t( found it, and his social life made you
un. a better Uan.
As a hushaeud and a father, he gave
r. the best of his time, his labor, his at
ry tenltion and means in trying to make
le. lhome ai heart place.
S As a christian, lie was quick and
unpretentious. but loyal, faithful and
constant. As pastor for himself and
many of his friends for it long periohl
if of years, I bear cheerful testimony to
p his willingness at all times to serve
a his church. lie loved all men--ils
r. heart, his hands, his home sto,d wide
open, for his charity was unbounded
by any creed.
As a Mason. I know I speak the
truth when I say that he was ever
ready to go on any errand of mercy.
And the night was never so dark or
the day so cold, but when he heard
I. the word or saw the sign of a distress
ed brother, he responded, and with all
lie possessed. he served.
11 As a soldier, he wore the "Grey."
No man living ever heard him apolo
of gise for contentding for thai which
th we fought. sulfcred and lost. But he
was Ioo Inoble, to great as a Southlierner
to retain malice.
But. alas! alas: my brother is gone,
and I shall cherish to the end of life.
his friendship, his love, his associa
tion,, and somewhere, sometime-after
It awhile. In (odl's great own time, I
y shall meet him; I shall know him; I
. shall spend eternity. Till then fare
well, dear friend anid brother.
(hod bless the home lie leaves. Keep
"* and care for all his loved onles thru
time and reunite them in Glory.
C.. E. FOSTER.
Jotiesboro, La., July 23, 919.
(Itteuded for last week.)
John P. Smith wais a visitor to
W . . Stewart waIs a busiuess vls
1 itor to Lawlhtotl Mlonday.
W. J. Bates. 'T. J. Murphy. Sam Ker
lin and J. ('. Horn were businiess vlsi
I tors to (;ilsland Itturday.
Mrs. W. G. Stewart and childrenl are
spending this week with her sister
I Mrs. Denisof, of MoItrotse, La.
,Ir. Lolain Stewart anlid Miss llthel
Grcer were married on Wednesday at
Mr. Marioh Holcomb of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite
a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter,oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were
no good at all for my trouble, I heard
recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured
me. I kee it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys
tem. This medicine should be in every household for
use in time of need. Geta package today. If you feel
sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to.
morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists.
. ONE CENT A DOSE c,,
Clothes Need Cleaning?
The Garment isn't spoiled. It's just damaged.
And damages can be repaired. We'll return them
so that the closest scrutiny won't show it.
Aulds Pressing Shop
i ' . %
ternoon. We wish tllem much happ[,
hnr. a n d M rIs . O il ie F o s te r a n d c h il
hQ(ldren, of Ihiteville. spent the week-endl
1d I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
et. Stewart and all went fishing and had
ed a nice time.
-h. ----- ---
ate (Intended for last week)
th SIr. C('lem Grigg is visiting his old
homestead in North t'arolina.
Miss Juanita Horton wals hthe guest
he of Miss l1ula Cole Sunday.
ll Mr. Ialph lHlodge attended Sunday
School here Sunllday and 'is the guest
w of Miss 1ill Toms.
iMr. Charlie (Grigg of Bear Creek.
is visiting relatives here.
Misses Leatl and Gluhdys Jones were
., the week-end guests of .Miss Helen
3 Ir. and Mrs. 1). E. Ca'iey of Lucky,
visitcel their parents here Satuori;y.
mi1 ir. and Mrs. Jim 11Wirllnits speout
d the week-end at Pine t '.vc
Rev. W. T1'. Strains preachol I: slenli
to did sermon lf1 the ,I:;).:,t church 85,:
'C urday night. Qlit, a crow I was.pres.
Md iss Lela Malt lihck is viitihg Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Kemp.
e Mr. nud Mrs. Carl Streeter are
r spending ia few weeks with their par
ents near Areadhia.
Little Georgia Cole is on the sick
Before you consider your inclina
tioins have a heart-to-heart talk with
y. our pocket-book.
Tuesday, August 5th
Big Logging Males.
Weight 1,000 to
1,300 pounds. Also
J. R. JO0RDAN
It used( to iº, o!od atlvire to wnn 1
girls to Ikewnre of the falt young man.
but nowadays It re'qtlires ji speedl dlem.
oni to escape the up-to-now girl.
esEVERY Farmer ever
where knows the sup
t riority of Luedinghi
Wagons. They are made for ser
---they are light running long as
CAR LOAD JUST RECEIIa
Sherard & Taylj
or Houses!! HosesHouses!!
Look for the best ones---we built them,
S If you need one let us build it for you.
Weneedtheworkandwill do it in an
amazing hurry. We have recently coin.
SQ pleted $16,700.00 worth of houses.
Why not Let Us Build
E. M. GIFFORD, Contracýtr
Ringgold, La. i
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Of the 15 Ines etnm
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only on0 a10 bulit by