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Mrs. Norbert J. Rigaud and children cell
Virgil and Lester, are spending the the
holidays with relatives in New Orleans. be
Mrs. G. Favret attended the funeral tiox
of Mrs. Erath in New Orleans Sunday. 191
Dr. F. R. Singleton spending Christ- p.
mias with his family in Jackson, La. Jus
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Favret were Cot
called to New Orleans last Saturday wit
by the death of their grandmother ber
Mrs. Erath. b e
Editor Wm. F. Roy, of the St, Bern- the
ard Voice was a visitor in Pointe a la er
Hache last Saturday. saic
Among the visitors in Pointe a la the
Hache last Sunday were the following pre
from New Orleans: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. ,
Mustaiche, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blank, We
Mrs. Bernhardt, Messrs. Geo. Soule, clei
Stephen J. Tully, Jr., W. M. Zodevick, ing
Emile Neidemann, Alb. De Maggio, V
Peter Mustaiche, Carl Blank, Misses C
Mary A. Mustaiche, Huldah Blank, Cal
Mrs. Linda McGinty, Masters Edwin Ses
and Bernhardt Bensel.
Messrs. G. Favret and Son have re- c
ceived and have on display their usual Foe
elaborate line of Christmas Goods. Cle
Dolls and Toys of every description and
a full line of Candies, Fruits, Cakes unt
and Nuts, in fact all the'bRight Goods Cot
at the Right Prices. Don't fail to give on
them a call.
You are hereby notified of a regular
quarterly meeting of the Police Jury
of the Parish of Plaquemines to bei
held on Tuesday January 12, 1215. By
order of the President.
LUCIEN CARO, ed
Sec. Police Jury. me
Democratic Executive Committee Fa
Pointe a la Hache, La. Co
Dec. 19, 1914. rec
Pursuant to call, the Plaquemines 11,
Parish Democratic Executive Commit- 1
tee met here this day at the Courthouse
with the following members present,
either in person or by proxy:
2nd. ward, Simon Leopold,
8rd. Ward, Joseph Savoie, Joseph
4th, ward, B. J. Williams, proxy John
'Dymond, Frank Lobrano, proxy John Ph
6th, ward, C. Grabert proxy R. E. of
7th. ward, R. E. Perez; Geo. Fried,
proxy R. E. Perez.
8th ward, Dave Bieber.
10th. ward, M. Cognevich, proxy Ni
..At large: John Dymond, John-Dy
"`~'ond, Jr., proxy John Dymond. Judge
R. EL Hingle. p
The chair stated that a quorum was fo
present and that the meeting had been ro
called for the purpose of fixing a date on
Sfor a democratic primary election to
Shominate democratic candidates to fill
. vaancies in the offices of Justice of
Sthe Peace, Constable and Police Juror,
SOn motion of Judge R. E. Hingle,
r duly seconded, the following resolution
K was adopted: ar
:. "Whereas, by vira-e of~ a.proclama
t3in fsued by his excellency, Luither E. tb
Bai)l, Governor of the State. of Louis
;taea specal election will be held in th
-be 2md ward, Parish of Plaquemin'ebs, p
kos the purpose of selecting one police i
-jrar, .me justiee of th8ipeace and one
.eatabril in said ward, said election to f.
h le on January 26, 1915, and, e
! iesea, for the purpese of secur- er
outinatiponsa of Democratie eandid- m
, it becomes necessarvy that a pri- g
Slection be ordered by this epm- in
:ete iand a call for candidates be
83eit resolved that a primary elec
oir the purposes hereinabove stat
-hreb ordered and called for
$it furthei resolved that all can
deriingteo participate in said
primary election shall file
IPt~e notfibeations with. the
of tbiCotsmmttee on,or be
~seeuibew, 201)th; 14,:a reqaired
ttlhtber resolved that all can
:m the ofti e of policejror are
assessed the sam of $5.00 for
of defraying the expense
h..r- stated that candidates
the Chairman at Pointe
f no further business at
Ia, tYh e meeting adjouneq on
of 8 u Leopol, duly smaiad
DeIbdeib 80, 1914, accrding to
" ." Secretary.
finthJudicial District Cort
g*v - to the gqdit.
Office of Board of Supervisors of Elec
tion for the Parish of Plaquemines.
In accordance with law and in pur
suance of the proclamation of his Ex
cellencey, Luther E. Hall, Governor of
the State of Louisiana, an election will
be held in the Parish of Plaquemines at da;
the following mentioned precincts men- ye
tioned below on Tuesday, January 26, (1;
1915, from 6 o'clock a. m. to 7 o'clock
p. m. for the purpose of electing a tar
Justice of the Peace in Ward two;
'Member Police Jury Ward two; and
Constable Ward two, all in accordance na
with the proclamation of date Decem- ca
ber 12th, 1914. so0
We do hereby command and require sct
the commissioners of election and oth
er officers therein concerned to hold lay
said election on the day and between sul
the hours mentioned herein the time rat
prescribed by law. tbh
The regular polling precincts for ani
Ward two and the commissioners and do
clerks to serve at said respective poll- sti
ing precincts pre as follows: an
Ward 2, Precinct 1, Poll 2, Belair. lob
Commissioners: Alvey Hingle, Frank wt
Cavalier, Lucien Caro; Clerk, Dr. C. Y. art
Ward 2, Precinct 2, Poll 3, Phoenix
Commissioners; William Cross Jr., be
Foster Dobson, Andrew Schexnaydre; Th
Clerk: Paul Lafrance.
In testimony whereof we have here- an
unto affixed our signatures at the be
Courthouse at Pointe a la Hache, La., lsb
on this 18th day of December 1914.
SIMEON RAGAS, President,
ERNEST ALBERTI. 30
hoard of Supervisors of election 10o
for Plaquemines Parish.
In accordance with a resolution adop- ne
ed by the Police Jury at the October de,
meeting the President has appointed sel
the following gentlemen: F. C. Mevers, st<
I. S. Lothrop, F. S. Hingle and J. B. fol
Fasterling to serve as the Courthouse an
Committee, which said Committee is the
requested to meet on Monday, January du
11, 1915, at 10 a. m. at the Courthouse. br
By order of the President. th
Secretary of the Police Jury su
of Plaquemines Parish.
A regular Quarterly Meeting of the ne
Plaquemines Parish Board of School sa
Directors will be held at the usual place Stu
of meeting, Pointe a la Hache, La., on th
Monday, January 4, 1915. ge
J. C. BLANCHARD, cE
Notice for a Barroom and Retail P1
Liquor Business Permit. hl
I hereby give notice that I am ap- Di
plying to the Police Jury of this Parish tb
for a permit to operate IL white bar- st
room and retail liquor business at and a!
on the property of Dr. B. Lavigne, at
Home Place, La.
B. LAVIGNE, JR.
P. O. and Telephone, m
Bertrandville, La. (
Having been informed that cattle w
are d(lying of some unknown disease mn fl
ertain localities of this Parish and la
that the owners of said cattle do not a
-remove themafter dying, which is to
theqdetriment of the health of the peo- p
ple in said localities and contrary to the a
SNotice is hereby given that if said in
Sformation is given me astowhere these e
careasses lie and the names of the own
era that I will at once have them re
-moved, the place disinfected, and the ii
guilty parties brought to Justice. Any "
information will be thanknlly received. L
CHAS. Y. SEAGLE, e
Health Officer, Parish o0
of Plaquemines, La. o
SSpend your money in your town, e
Thusly' keep your prices down; d
SGive the mail concernsa a frown h
taeos, e btao . o
REIHAR 931K SLOF WAR
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Charter of the Geraty Wholesale wh
Plant Company, Incorporated. Pla
United Itates of America, sto
State of Louisiana, ren
Parish of Orleans, in
City of New Orleans. the
BE IT KNOWN, That on this 13th Z
day of the month of October in the poi
year Nineteen Hundred and Fourteen qit
BEFORE ME, Eraste Vidrine, a no- nea
tary public, duly commissioned, quali.- al
fled and sworn, in and for the above sto
named Parish and State, personally the
came and appeared the several per- get
sons, whose names are hereunto sub- nes
scribed, who each and all declared: ize
That, availing themselves of the fiv4
laws of the State of Louisiana, on the ful
subject of the incorporation of corpo- pol
rations, and especially of Act 267 of 1
the Legislature of the State of Loulsi- poi
ana for the year 1914, they have and hei
do by these presents, organize and con- be
stitute themselves into a corporation Ch
and body politic in law under the fol- Ra
lowing stipulations and provisions rec
which they hereby adopt as their
articles of incorporation, or charter, '
ARTICLE I. the
The name of this Corporation shall pot
The Geraty Wholesale Plant Company, the
and its domicile is hereby declared to
be at IIarlem Plantation, in the Par- J
ish of Plaquemines, State of Louisi- cot
This Corporation shall have and en- pot
joy corporate existence and succession ers
for and during a period of Ninety-nine at
(99) years, unless sooner dissolved. hol
ARTICLE II. me
The objects and purposes of this of
Corporation and the nature of the bust- Of
ness to be carried on by it are hereby the
declared to be, the cultivation and of
selling of vegetable plants and nursery eat
stock, fhe owning or leasing of lands teE
for this purpose and for the cultivation elt
and sale of truck and farm products, noe
the right to buy and sell farm pro.- 8
ducts for others on commission or the
brokerage, including the doing of any- 15
thing that may be incidental to the
said purposes and necessary for their
successful accomplishment. The cor- La
poration shall have the power to ac- an
quire from James Ray Geraty, form: Of
erly of Yonge's Island, S. C., the bus.- he
ness of raising and selling at whole- fic
sale, vegetable plants and nursery 19
stock heretofore carried on by him in ha
the name of James Ray Geraty, to
gether with the good will of said busi- elf
liess 'and mailing lists, and shall have le1
the power to acquire such mules, im- de
pler,ients, farming equipment and sup
plies, from Warren Buckley, of Harem tic
Plkhtation, La.. and Charles W. Buck- fir
ley, of Chicago, Ill., as the Board of ti<
Directors may desire, and in payment
thereof, to issue full paid commont
stock of this Corporation as herein- su
ARITICLE III. Lo
The capital stock of this Corpora- 9
tion is hereby fixed at Ten Thousand re
Dollars ($10,000.00), of which five thou- la
sand dollars ($5,000.00) shall be com- hi
mon stock, and five thousand dollars er
($5,000.00) shall be preferred stock, re
which capital stock shall consist of 1
fifty (50) shares of one hundred dol- V
Ilars ($100.00) each of common stock, b
and two hundred (200) shares of e'
twenty-five dollars ($25.00) each of
-preferred stock, The preferred stock
shall have no voting power of any sort t
whatsoever, and shall not be consider- ai
ed as affecting the amount of the stock th
Sof the Corporation in connection with
the amendment of the charter, or the o0
increase. or decrease of the capital ti
"tock as provided for by Act 267of the s'
Legislature of the State of Louisiana
of 1914. The preferred stock shall be ti
entitled to.receive an annual dlvidenid t
of Ten Per Cent (10%), payable out '
of the net profits of the Company for
the previousp. year, prior to the told
ers of the common stock receiving any P
dividend upon their common* stock '
holdings. This ten per cent (10%) p
annual dividend on the preferred stock a
shall, however, not be cumulative. The
preferred Stock shall be subject to re- n
demption by the Company at any time
at par after thirty days' notice by the
Company by mail, addressed to the last E
known address of such preferred stock- C
holder as shown by the books of-the b
Company, such nottice to contain ad- i,
vice of the intention of the Company
so to rcdcemn said stock.. If earned, a
pro rata of the annual dividepd up to
the date of redemption shall be paid 2
at ti~fe of redemption. The preferred
stock shall, be sold by the Board of
Directors for not less than piar to be
paid for on such terms and condi
tions as it may determine.
The Board of Directors of this Cor
poration is autlhorized 'to purchase
from Mr. Warren Buckley, of Harlem
Plantation, Louisiana, and Charles W.
Buckley of Chicago, Illinoais, .the fol
lowing at the following prices, to-wit:
Two (2) mules at two hur
dred dollars ($200) each.. $400.00
·Two (2) disc 'cultivator's 'at ,
twenty doltars ($20) each. 40o00
Three (3) disc harrows at
fifteen dollars ($15) each.. 4500 i
Two (2) corn cultivators str
fifteen dollars ($15) each.. 30.00 1
One (1) rotary harrow-...... 10.00 .
One (1) watertebrt-......... tO.00
One (1) eight I. P. Fat.
bean ks-Moie Gasoin n- -
On 1Icpsgr~~ . 5O
which said property is now at Harlem
Plantatkn, Plaquemines Parish, Lou!si- r
ana, and to issue full paid common
stock of this Corporation to said War
ren Buckley and Charles W. Buckley.W
in payment of the purchase price Al
The Board of Directors of this Cor
poration snail havew the right to ac
quire from James Ray Geraty, form
erly of- Yongo's Island, S. C., the busi
ness of raising and selling at whole
sale, vegetable plants .and nursery
stock heretofore carried on by him i A
the name of James Ray Geraty, to
gether with the good will of said busi
ness and mailing lists, and is author
ized to pay therefor the sum'of twenty
five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) in the
full paid cemon stock of this cor
The Board of Directors of this Cor- N.
poration, who are the incorporators, AZ
hereby appraise the property thus to
be acquired from Warren Buckley and
Charles W. Buckley, and from James
Ray Geraty at the values herein-above
The capital stock of this Corpora
tion may be increased to twenty-five
thousand dollars ($25,000.00), com
posed of fifteen thousand dollars ($15,
000.00) of preferred stock, and ten
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) of com
All of the corporate powers of this
corporation shall vest in and be exer
cised by a Board of Directors com
posed ofthree (3) common stockhold
ers of this Corporation to be elected
at a meeting of the common stock
holders held for that purpose, which
meeting shall be held at the domicile
of the Company on the first Monday
of June of each year, beginning with
the first Monday of June, 1915, notice
of which meeting, shall be given to
each common stockholder at least fit
teen (15) days prior to.such meeting,
either personally or by depositing said
notice in the postoffice properly ad
diessed to the last known address of
such common stockholder as shown by
the books 'of the corporation, at least
15 days before such meeting.
The first Board of Directors of this
Corporation is declared. to be com- -
posed of James Ray Geraty of Pheonix,
La., Warren Buckley of Pheonix, La.,
and Charles W. Buckley of 39 Board
of Trade Building, Chicago, Illinois.
The first Board of Directors, as
hereinabove constituted shall hold of
fice until the first Monday in June,
1915, or until "their successors shall
have been dilly elected and qualified.
The Board of Directors of this Cor
porptioi shall, ftimediately after their
elebtion and qualificatfbn for office, se
lect from among their .nruber a Presi
dent;.a Vice-Pres!idlent and a Secrotary
The first President of this Corpora
tion shall be James Ray Geraty; the
first Vice-President 'of. this Corpora
tion shall be Charles W.. Buckley; the
'first -Seeretary- Teasurer" of this Cor- U
pora:ion shall be Warren Buckley, an1o
they shallecontinue in office until their a
successors shall hve been dily elected
and qualified. At such blectiion; each
common steckholder i~hill be entitled
to cast one vote, eithef'in person or.by h
written proxy for such Bcard of Di- h
rectors, but voting Shall not be cumu
The said Board of Directors shall y
have power to anpoint agents and p
employees for this corporation or to
remove the same at pleasure, and they
shall also have the power to fill ally
vacancy in their" numnber and shiall
make such By-Laivas from tline to timne,
and amend the sainme as they may deem
This charter may be amended, the
capital stock increased'dr d creased bu
this Corporation dissolved in accord
ance with the-proVisions of Act 267 of
the Legislature of the State of Louisr
ana for the year 1914.
TIHUS DONE AND SIGNED at my
office in New Orleans, Louisiana, in
the presence of Messrs. E. Lloyd Po
sey and Chas. A. Frietag, competent
witnesses, after due reading of the
whole, the subscribers to this corpora
tion hereby affixing after their names
the amount of each stock respectively I
subscribed for by them, and hereby I
declaring this to constitute their stoc.
Name, Warrcnt Buckley; address,
Pheonix,.la.; kind of stock, common;
number of shares, Thirteen (13);
Name, Jdmes Ray Geraty; address,
Phoenix, La.; kind of stsck, common;
number of shares, twenty-five (25).
Name, C. W. Buckley, pp. John Dy
mond, Jr., 39 Bd. of Trade Bldg., Chi
cago, Ill.; kind of stock, common;
number of shares, twelve (12)
1Witnesses: ERASTE VIDRIN.I,
IE. Llloyd Posey, Notary Pubic.
Chas.' A. Frietag. [Seal] *
I certify the above and foregoing to
be a true copy of the original on file
in the archives of my office.
Recorded in "Chart'r" Book No. 1,
folio lg,"of this Parish on October
I (Signed) ERN1ST"AIlBERTI.
[Seal] * Clerk, Etc.
October 23, 1914.
Notice'is hereby given to you that
the undersigned on May 20, 1905, ac
quired .froii; the State of Louisiana,
through Frank C. Mevers, Sheriff and
Ex-Officio Tax Collector, for the p'arish
of Plaquemines and the State of Louis
iana, by sheriff's deed, the following
"A certain tract of land situated oni
thelleft bank of the Mississippi river
and designated as two arpents fropt by
Sforty arpents in depth, bounded above
by lands of Haspel and Davis and.be
Slow by lands of Union Benievolent As
SAdvertised andssold for taxes for the
year 1914, pssessed. in the: name of
Wlliatnm branch, Sr. The tax deed was
0registered in the conveyance -office for
ithe Parish of Plaqueniines in C. 0: B.
No. 121, foho f58 Zo,
~ '~j1it notice is given in accordance
it pi~oYr1iofnls of-act 224 of the
Sof the Atate of Louisiana
WALLACE A. NUNEZ,
314 Godchaux Bldg. Will prac
tice in New Orleans, St. Bern
ard and Plaquemines.
PEREZ & MEVERS,
Office 718 Hibernia Bank Bldg.
Telephone Main 1670, practic
ing in the Parishes of St. Ber
nard and Plaquemines.
I _________ -- - - ----·--
N. H. NUNEZ,
407 Morris Bldg. District At
torney for the Parishes of St.
Bernard & Plaquemines. Phone
M, 3378. Hours 10 to 12 a. m.
JOHN DYMOND, JR.,
Civil Law a Specialty. Prac
tice in State and Federal Courts.
Suite 1005-1009 Maison Blanche
137 Carondelet Street. Fourth
Floor. Take Elevator :
STANDARD OIL CO.
W. A. RODRIGUEZ, Sub-Agt. -
Warehouse at Doullut's Canal. Phone
Long Distance, Doullut's Canal.
r - -
,'you don't know how." Writeus for
nformation if you intend to Paint your
Shouse, barn or fences; we can tell you .
hpw to do it most economically because
we have had the experience and we
Smanufacture the right kind of Paints.
I You can get anything you need in the
I Paint line from us.
SHome Paint Store,
, WELHAM P. BRICKELL, MGR.,
1 New Orleans, :- Louisiana
: Woi lds Bottling Co, Itl
t Corner Montlgut and Royal Streets
SMaiufacturers of all highest
grade mineral watersand
All orders given
t prompt at- I
SCountry orders a speialty.
Phone Hemlock-- 291
SLionel F. Favret
. Re.Inforced CQn
Phone 3453 Main
* 309 Tulane-New
Scomb Building. ; .
SNew Orleans, - Louisiana
R. S. DANIEL,
1121 N. Dtpre St. New Orleans.
Tel. Hemlock 367.
Sixteet differeat sies
to mee requiremenm in almost
aiV type of boat. Imaproved
dsigns that combine power,
diency and rellbiliry e the
greatest degree. Inte-chmp
able ipaw Guarantedin ame
mtieCit and abiay .s aweed
their riuedhoe power.
1ho .4SAcS t
Cypress Co., Ltd.
ARIBI P. 0. LA.
Band-Sawed Red Cypress
LUMBER, SHINGLES AND LATHS,
Rough or Dressed. Special Attention for House
Bills. Get Our Prices.
EUG. DE ARMAS. M. O. BU
RAS and M. G. BURAS, Own
ers; Eng de Armas, Mas
ters: J. C. *)E ARMAS, Clerk
Leaving Wednesdays and Sat
urdays at 6 o'clock a. m. Wed
nesdays for Port Eads. Satur
days for Venice. Returning
Thursdays ana Sundays. 5
Freight received Mondays.
Tuesdays and Fridays foot of
Funeral Parlor and Stable PHONE ALGIERS 22.
JOHN A. BARRETT,
COR ER VALLET & PELICAN AVE.
CITY AND COUNTRY ORDERS ALGIERS, LA.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.- IFTH DISTRCT of NW ORLEANS
H. F. LOCHTE, Pres.; VAL.A. FABIAN, Vice-Pres.; E. W. LOCTE, Sec.& Treae.
The HENRY LOCHTE& CO., Ltd.
Wholesale Grocers ani Importers
WINES and LIQUORS.
319, 321, 323 and 325 Tchoupitoulas Street ad NI. 421 Natchez Stre
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Special Attention Will be Oiven to Mail Orders
Jacob Funeral Directors
Schoen Country Business Soliclted!
And Promptly Attended to
& Son 519-527-529 Elysian Fields Aversu
New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone, Hemlock 1001.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOUISIANA ORANGIE
Fruit and Produce and General Commission
218 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La
SEED POTATOES A SPECIALTY.
-Special attention given to produce shipments of an kinds.
Correspondence solicited, any reference furnished on appliesioa.
The First Consideration in Life Insurance is
The Equitable Life
Occupies a Pre-eminent Position as to Finaania
H. C. ELDER PRANK L. LPV
Special Agent General Agait, New Orleas, La
Williams-Richard GCo., Limited
Import ~ bers of Dry Goods, Netisao,
and Men's Furnishing COoos. 209-23-213
&-215 Magazine Street. 512 Common
Street. 515 Gravier Street.
The Bollwinkle Seed Co. Ltd.
Flower, Farm and
521 DUMAIN ST. NEW ORLEANS.
G. V. GROLEAU
orange, Truck, Rice and Wet
Lands for Sale. Kotarial Work
Solicited in all parts of the
ABSTRACTOR OF LANDS AND
EXAMINER OF TITLES. :: ::
i DIAMOND, LA.
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