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I and in carse that your home is otd
equipped come to us and let us eon
vinc you of the smaBll cost and n
superiority over all the other ob
fashioned lighttng metheds.
St. Tammany Ice
and Manufacturing Company,
LIMITED.
Professional Cards
alo., H. M. ZIMMER
Graduate Midwife
1112 26th Avenue
Telephone 230
Govlngton, is. e
a
MbS, J. BERNE tl
Regltered Nures
a
Residence on Military Rood
Phone 877.
HIS8 R. J. LITTLE, R. N.
graduate New Orlanea Banltaria.
'Phone 58 liUdelL, IL. d
IRB. J. BIERER a
Mandeville, Ia.
iractIbal Nurse-Massage Treatment i
v
Will answer cll to any place.
R.EZZi D. BUL'LOC
Physdllan and Surgeon
Office: Located at the City
Drug Store
R4saseuces . or. LIockwood and
Florida Streets.
Phones: Office, 10; Residence 23+.
OO.VL2UTON, ILt ILA LA
14 C. LUlNTZ. 3M D,
Boar:s
Covington--lts0 so 8a80 p. . E
Phoneo 44.
SIDNEY W. PROVENSAL
Attorney At law
Notary Public
BANK BLDG., SLIDELL, LA.
L. V. COOLEY, JR.
Attorney At Law
Notary Public
POLK BLDG., SLIDELL, LA.
J. MONROE SIMMONS
Attorney At law
Notary Public
Southern Hotel Building
OOVINGTON, LA.
A. J. FINNEY
Attorney At Law
Notary Public.
Qfice: Boston Street, opposite the
courthouse.
COVINGTON, LA.
MORGAN & FREDERICK
Attorneys-At-Law
Southern Hotel Building
Covington, Louisiana
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Reaideace No. 111 34d atMenIs
Two bleikl trom pubtil school baild
lag.
Mourm 13 to 4. Phono 140
3.3. WARREW
Physician and Surgeon.
Covrtagton, 4.
Omeo: 819 Colombla ateet.
Ofmce Phone 66. Reslddoence Phone U
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Covlaston, lnoulla.
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NOTICE.
The putlic is hereby warned not
o trespass in any way on the tprop
arty ci the undersigned, located
long :ne line of the N. O. G. N. and
he Y. & M. V. R. R. and the Penn
dill plblic road, immediately north
td -irrthwest of Covington, La.
Trespassers will be prosecuted to i
he fil!l extent of the'law.
nl-tf HARVEY E. ELLIS.
NOTICE.
All persons are hereby warned an4
?rohibitrd from cutting, burning
feadening, carrying or floating away
.r otherwise injuring or destroying
any trees, timber or .wood growing or
lying upon the lands of the under
signe.l. They are also prohibited
from Lunting, fishing or trapping
with I.og, gun or torch or trespass
ing in any way on lands belonging
to the tndersigned.
E. P. ROBERT.
H. H. MAYFIiLD.
H. J. MAYFIELD.
R. A. ORR.
JAS. PROVOST.
GEO. H. GAUSE.
NOTICE.
All person sare prohibited fron.
trespaQ'ing upon the lands of Mrs.
M. Lonbat Williams in the town 'i
Abita springs. Any one caught cut
ting trees or wood will be prosecut
ed in full accordance with the la;.
M. LOUBAT WILLTAMS.
NOTICE.
All persons are prohibited from
trespacsing upon the lands of C. L.
Bake-, known as the Deitrich tract.,
about one mile northwest of SlIdell,
and >icm cutting any trees or tim
ber i:n said lands or hauling any
wood therefrom, or tacking or nail
ing any advertisements or noticqs on
any c_ the treeo. Ten dollari re
ward will be paid for information
and convicton of any one trespass
ing on said lands.
C. L. BAKER,
no724-18 Slidell, La.
I, the undersigned, forbid all
hunting. trapping and trespassing on
my lands. Anyone caught so doing
will be punished to the full extent
of the law.
Janl-19 JAS. BARRINGER.
NOTICE.
All i ersons are hereby warned and
prohitited from cutting, burning,
deadening, carrying or floating away
injuring or destroying any trees,
timber or wood growing or lying up
on the lands of the undersigned, on
the lake front from Lewisburg to the
Tchefuncta rivor, formerly known as
Amand Marigny and McQuinn tra:t,
and are also prohibited from fishinJ,
hunting or trapping with dog or
torch or treaspassing in any way on
lands belonging to the undersigned.
One hundred dollars reward will :e
paid for information and conviction
of trespassers.
H. H. HEDDEN,
P. O. Box 678,
July 18, 19 New Orleans, La.
The undersigned forbid all hunt
ing, trapping or trespassing on their
lands. Anyone caught doing so will
be punished to the full extent of
the law.
QUEEN & CRESCENT LUB.
CHARTER OF THE
N. A. PRIVETTE MERCAN.TIIE
COMPANY, INC.
United States of America, State of
Louisiana, Parish of St.
Tammany.
Before me, Fred J. Heintz, Jr.,
a Notary Public duly commissioned
and qualified in and for the Parish
of St. Tammany, State of Lou-siana,
personally came and appeared th'
persons whose names are hereunto
subscribed, who declared to me,
Notary, that availing themselves or
the provisions of the laws of the
State of Louisiana relative to the
organization of corporations, pa'
ticularly of Act No. 267 of the Ac-a
of the General Assembly of the State
of Loufsiana, for the year 1914, they
have covenanted and agreed, and by
these presents do covenant and ag-e.
for themselves, their successors and
assigns to form themselves into a
corporation and body politic for the
objects and purposes under the stiu
lations hereinafter set forth, to-wit
ARTICLE I.
The name and title of this cor
poration shall be
N. A. Privette Mercantile Co., Inc.,
and its domicile is hereby estab.ish
at Talisheek, St. Tammany Parish
State of Louisiana, and under it
corporate name said corporat:or
shall have power and authority tIc
contract, sue and be sued, to make
and use a corporate seal, and the
same to break and alter at pleasure;
to hold, receive, have, purchase, im
prove, alienate, sell, borrow, pledge,
mortgage and hypothecate under its
said corporate name, property, real,
personal and mixed; to name and up
point such officers, directors, agents
and managers and employee# as the
interest or convenince of said cor
poration may require; to make and j
establish by-laws, rules and regula
tions for the proper management and L
regulation of its affairs as may" be
deemed necessary and proper, and U
the same to change and alter at
pleasure; and to do all other acts end
things permitted by law, or as shall
be necessary and proper to carry eut
the objects and purposes of said c )r
poration. a
Said corporation, unless sooner a
dissolved in accordance with its char
ter, shall exist and continue for a
period of ninety-nine years from and P
after the date hereof. P
ARTICLE II. si
- The objects and purposes for t:
which this corporation is organized, p
and the nature of'the business to be o
carried on by it, are hereby declared ti
to be: A general business of buy
ing and selling merchandise, retail A
or wholesale, including all manner A
of personal property whatsoever; to f
purchase or otherwise acquire, hold
or lease, mortgage and sell real es
tate of any nature, which may be t
necessary or incident to the opera
tiod of the business above mentioned.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corpora
tion is hereby fixed at Five Thousand
($5,000.00) Dollars, divided intc
fifty (50) shares of the par value of
One Hundred ($100) Dollars each, i
provided that the amount to whichrl
the capital stock of.thIs corporation
may be increased shall be. Twenty
Five Thousand ($25,000) Dollars.
Which stock may be issued at not
less than par, for cash, at the timer
it is subscribed for, or at such t.me
as may be deemed necessary by the
Board of Directors, provided that
said stock shall, be paid for in full
within twelve months after same
shall have been subscribed for, or in
payment or exchange for property
or rights actually received or put
chased by said corporation, provid
ed that all stock certificates shall be
s:gned by the President and Se,'re
tary of said corporation. No st3ce
shall be issued unless the considera
thi, therefor has been received,t by
the said corpration.
All tranp.ters of stock shall bI
made on the books of said company
at :ts office, on the surrender of the
certificate thereof.
ARTICLE- IV.
The corporate powers of this c:
poration shalh be vested in and ex
ercised by a Board of Director.,
which shall consist of three sto,:k
holders, a majority of whom shall
constitute a quorum for the transac
tion of business. Said directors shall
be elected annually from among ine
stockholders on the second Monday
,n August, of each year, commenc
ing on the second Monday in Au'gust
of 1921, as provided by law.
At the said elect:on as aboye pro
vided, the Board of Directors shdll
elect from among their number a
President, a vice-President and a
Secretary-Treasurer, provided that
one person may ho:d the office Jf
both Secretary and Jrreasurer, and
all of said officers and directors sha:l
hold their respective offices for a
period of one-year from the date of
their election, or until their succe.,s
ors are elected and qualified. But
the failure to hold an annual eo.c
tion, or to elect the officers as above
provided for, shall not result in a
dissolution of this corporation,
but the then Board of Directors anv
officers shall hold the:r offices unt I
their successors are duly elected and
qualified.
Any vacancy occurring in said
Board of Directors shall be filled by
the remaining members of the board
for the unexpired term at a meeting
called for that purpose after five ( )
days notice in writing, sent by mail
to said directors at their last know.i
residence.
The said Board of Directors shall
have the power to make all by-law',
r rules and regulations for the proper
management and conduct of the at
fairs of this corporation, and to
change, alter, abolish and amend at
pleasure, and shall have and exercise
all the powers conferred by law on
this corporation, and as sst forth
generally above.
The said Board of Directors m'y
delegate any of said powers in the
Stransaction of the business of this
Scorporation to committees of th'.r
own body, or to the officers and
agents of this corporation.
The first Board of Directors of this
corporation are hereby declared to
be: N. A. Privette, Talisheek, La.;
Adrian D. Schwartz, CovIngton, La.,
r and F. B. Armstrong, Talisheek, la,
with F. B. Armstrong as presldea~;
Adrian D. Schwartz, vice-president,
and N. A. Privette as secretary-treas
urer, who shall hold theli respese
tive offices until the second Monday
in August, 1921, or until their suc.
cessors are elected and qualified.
ARTICLE V.
No stockholder shall be held liable
or responsible for the contracts or
faults of this corporation in any fur
ther sum than the unpa!d balance
due the company 'on shares of stock
owned by him, nor shall any Io
formality in the organization hIerein
ihave the effect of rendering tt a
h charter null, or of exposing anr
stockholder to any liability beyond
the unpaid balance due on his stoea.
ARTICLE VI.
0 The appearers hereby declare that
,, they have subscribed to the rollow
t ing number of shares of the capital
e stock of this corporation, to-wit:
e N. A. Privette...........6 sharis
-F. B. Armstrong......... 6 shares
5 Adrian D. Schwartz......1~3 sharCea
e Thus done and passed in my offics
y !n the Town of Covington, Paris. of
y St. Tammany, State of Louisiana, on
3 this 24th day of ,uly, A. D., 19i0,
d in the presence of Alice 'I. Osten
a dorf and Guy A. Smith, compaient
e witnesses, who hereunto sign t.he:r
-names together with said appearers,
and me, Notary, after due readin' of
the whole.
N. A. PRIVETTE.
F. B. ARMSTRONG.
ADRIAN D. SCHWARTZ.
Witnesses:
ALICE M. OSTENDORF.
GUY A. SMITH.
FRED J. HEINTZ, JR.,
Notary Public.
6 A true copy.
e FRED J. HEINTZ, JR.,
Notary Publl'.
SSTATE OF LOUISIANA, I
S Parish of St. TammanyT
5 I cert.fy that this instrument was
I, filed July 27, 1920, at 9 a. m., re
- corded July 27, 1920, in Charter
5 Book One, page 319, of the official
e records.
GUY A. SMITH,
J Jul $1-6t Dy. Clerk of Court.
CHARTER OF THE c
iKE CYPRESS LUMBER CO., INC. c
a
n:ted States of America. State of
Louisiana, Parish of St.
4Tammany.
Befcre me, Fred J. Heintz, Jr ,
Notary Public, duly commissioned r
3d qualified in and for the Parish c
St. Tammany, State of Louisiana.
srsonally came and appeared the
ersons whgse names are hereunto
ibscribed, who declared to me, No
iry, that availing themselves of the
rovisions of the laws of the State
f Lu'siana relative to the organiza
on of corporations, particularly of
ct 267 of the Acts of the Genera!.
ssembly of the State of Louisiana
r the year 1914, they have cove
anted %nd agreed, and by these
resents do covenant and agree tor
.eomielves, their successors and a~
igns to form themseives into a cer
oration and body poJ.tic i.r the io
acts and purposes under the stipula
Lona heremnatter set forth, to-wit:
ARTICLE 1.
The name and tit;e of this cor
oration sha.l be
,ake Cypress Lumber Company, Inc.,
ad its dom.cile is hereby establish
d at Covington, St. Tammany par
sh, State of Louisiana, and under its
orporate name said corporation
ha-l have power and authority to
ontract, sue and be sued, to make
.nd use a corporate seal and the
ame to break and alter at pleasure;
,o hold, receive, have, purchase,
mprove, alienat@, sell, borrow,
)ledge, mortgage and hypothecate,
inder its said corporate name, prop
,rty, real, personal and mixed; to
lame and appoint such officers, dl
ectors, agents and managers ant
,mployees as the interests or con
ren.ence of said corporation may re
auire; to make and establish by
aws, rules and regulations for the
?roper management and regulation
tf its affairs as may be deemed nec'
~sary and proper, and the same to
change and alter at pleasure; and to
1o all other, acts and things per
nitted by law, or as shall be neces
,ary and proper to carry out tin(
)bjects and purposes of said corpora
;.on,
said corporation, unless sooner
.tissolved in accordance with its char
-er, shall exist a.d continue for a
,eiio of ninety-nine years from
and after the date hereof.
ARTICLE 11.
The objects and purposes 'for
-ihich this corporation is organized,
and the nature of the business to be
.arried on by it, are hereby declar
ed to be: To buy, lease, sell lands
and timber; to operate and main
tain saw mills, planing mills, and to
do the general saw mill bus:ness, in
cluding piling and all other kinds of
wood work and products; to operate
turpentine and retort plants; to )p
erate and conduct a general mer
chandise business; buying and seli
ing merchandise of all kinds; to
own, lease, construct and operate
tram roads, railroads, ditches, canats,
steamboats and barges, and in gen
eral to -do and perform and to en
gage in any business incidental to,
requisite or connected with the o)
eration of the business above men
tioned.
ARTICLE III.
The capital -stock of this corpora
ton is hereby fixed at Seventy-Five
Thousand ($75,000) Dollars, divid
ed into seven hundred and fifty
(750) shares of the par value of
One Hundred ($100) Dollars each,
provided that the amount to whitb
the capital stock of this corporation
may be increased shall be One Hun
dred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
Dollars.
Which stock may be issued at not
less than par for cash, at the time
it is subscribed for, or at such time
as may be-deemed necessary by the
Board of Directors, provided that
said stock shall be paid for in full
within twelve months after same
shall have been subscribed for, or in
payment or exchange for property or
rights actually received or purchased
by sa!d corporation, provided that
all stock certificates shall be signed
by the President and Secretary :,
said corporation. No stock shall be
issued unless the consideration there
for has been received by the said
corporation.
All transfers of stook shall bc
made on the books of said company
at its office on the surrender of the
certificate thereof.
ARTICLE IV.
The corporate Rowers,of this cor
poration shall be vested in and cx
ercised by a Board of Directors,
which shall consist of three stock
holders, a majority of whom shall
constitute a quorum forthe tranc
action of business. Said directori
shall be elected annually from amonz
the stockholders on the third Mon
day in January of each year, com
mencing on the third Monday in
January, of 1921, as provided by
law.
At said election as above provided
the Board of Directors shall elect
from among the'r number a Pres!
dent, a Vice-President and a Secre
tary-Treasurer, provided that cne
person may hold the office of both
Secretary and Treasurer, and all of
said officers and directors shall hold
their respective offices for a period
of one year from the date of their
election, o'r until their successors are
elected and qualified. But the fall
ure to hold an annual election, or
to elect the officers as above provid
ed for, shall not result in a dissolu
tion of this corporation, but the
then Board of D:rectors and officers
shall hold their offices until their
successors are duly elected and
qualified.
Any vacancy occurring in sa.d
Board of Directors shall be filled by
the remaining members of the board
for the unexpired term at a meet'ng
called for that purpose after five (5)
days notice in writing, sent by mail
to said directors at their last known
residence.
The said Board of Directors shall
have the power to make all by-laws,
rules and regulations for the proper
management and conduct of the af
fa'rs of this corporation, and to
change, alter, abolish and amend at
pleasure, and shall have and ex
ercise all the powers conferred by
law on this corporation, and as set
forth generally above.
The said Board of Directors may
delegate any of said powers in the
transaction of the bus:ness of this
orporation to committees of their
wn body, or to the officers and
gents of this corporation.
The first Board of Directors miay
orporation are hereby declared to
e: F* W. Fatherree, Covington, La.,
Valter Parker, Covington, La., P. 1,
haul, Covington, La., with F. W.
iatherz ee as president and general
ianager; Walter Parker, vice-presi
ent, and P. L. Shaul as secretary
reasurer, who shall hold their re.
pective offices until the third Mon
ay in January, 1921, Or until their
uccessors are elected and qualified
ARTICLE V.
No stockholder shall be held liable
ir responsible for the contracts or
aults of this corporation in any fur
her sum than the unpaid balance
tue the company on shares of stock
iwned by him, nor shall any infor
rality in the organizati6n herein
iave the effect of rendering the
:harter null,, or of exposing any
tockholder to any liability beyond
he unpaid balance due on his stock
ARTICLE VI.
The appearers hereby declare that
hey have subscribed to the follow
ng number of shares of the capital
stock of this corporation, to-wit:
F. W. Fatherree, Covington, La.,
300 shares.
Walter Parker, Covington, La.,
150 shares.
P. L. Shaul, Covington, La., 50
shares.
Thus done and passed in' my office
In the Town of Covington, Parish of
St. Tammany, State of Louisiana, on
th`s 22d day of July, A. D., 1920, in
the presence of Alice M. Ostendorf
and Adrian *D. SchwartP competent
witnesses, who hereunto sign their
names together with said appearers,
and me, Notary, after due reading
of the whole.
(Orig'nal signed)
F. W. FATHERREE,....300 shares
Covington, Louisiana.
WALTER PARKER, ....150 shares
Covington, Louisiana.
P. L. SHAUL, ......... 50 shares
Covington, Louisiana.
Witnesses:
ADRIAN D. SCHWARTZ.
ALICE M. OSTENDORF.
FRED J. HEINTZ, JR.,
Notary Public, St. Tammany Par.
iah, Louisiana.
A true copy.,
FRED J. HEINTZ, JR.,
Notary Public.
STATE OF LOUISIANA, 1
Parish of St. Tammany. |
I certify that this instrument was
filed for- i!cord July 24, 1920, at 9
a. m., recorded July 24, 1920, in
Charter Book One, page 315, of the
official records.
" GUY A. SMITH,
jul 31 6t Dy. Clerk of Court.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
The Police Jury asks for bids on
the rebuilding of Cooper's Bridge
on Ole Military Road in the Tenth
Ward. Bids to be sent sealed to
the c fice of the Police Jury. r'he.
following is the description of the
brdgn and lumber to be used:
120 feet long by 12 feet wide.
Said old .bridge to be all taken
down and rebuilt in proper place;
all mnterial to be used from said
old bridge; al3o new bill of lumber
to be used on said bridge, as fol
lows:
3 pieces 8x8 25 feet long.
4 pieces 2x8 20 feet long.
5 r:eces 4x6 20 feet long.
20 pieces 2x6 20 feet long.
125 pieces 3x8 12 feet long.
10 pieces 3x8 18 feet long.
1 i.iece 8x8 12 feet long.
All to be of heart.
1 keg of 40 penny nails.
F. J. MARTINDALE,
Secretary.
NOTICE TO ROAD BUILDERS.
Highway Department of Board of
State Eng neers,
Room 332,
Maison Blanche Bldg., Annex.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the Highway Depart
ment of the Board of State Engineers
of Louisiana, Room 332 Maison
Blanche Bu'lding Annex, New Oi
leans, Louisiana, up to 12 o'clock
noon, Monday, August 23, 1920, 'o:
constructing, with gravel, the f l
lowing highways:.
St. Tammany Parish.
Sec. "A" - Covington-Hammond
8.35 miles.
Sec "6"-Cov:ngton-Slidell, 12.51
miles.
Sec "D"-Covington-S1!dell, 13.10
miles.
See "E"-Slidell-Pearl River, 5.'3
miles.
Information as to location, char
acter of work, extent and class of
materials, terms of payment, regu
lations governing manner of sub
mitting proposals and executing con
tract, may, on application, be obta n
ed at the office of the Highway De
partment.
DUUNCAN BUIE,
State Highway Engineer.
FRANK M. KERR,
Chief State Engineer and President
Board of State Engneers.
324-5t
ASPIRIN
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
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nine Asp!rin proved safe by millions
and prescribed by physicians for over
twenty years. A'~cept only an un
broken "Bayer package" which con
tains proper directions to relieve
Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neu
ralia, Rheumatism, Colds and Pain.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost
few cents. Druggists also sell larger
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mark Bayer Manufacture Mono
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Sbiliousness, loss of appetite and head
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When Uuprepared
The Emergency
Frequently Materializes!
We are not
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40@
ONLY
Speakers of the Truth!
Do not let the fire alarm sound
Without a Fire Insur
ance in Your
Hands!
NILSON-FREDERICK CO. LTD.,
Covington La.
PEOPLE'S BAKERY
Louis DAVID, JR., Proprietor
BREAD DELIVERED DAILY
Rye Bread made to order Phone 13
SAoneille & Sons BRaery
(Near the Pblite School)
ii We have and will continue to hav the i
.p largest bread. Delivered daily all over the .a
t town. Also pies, rolls and candy. 8
Phone 48
Southern Industrial life
Insurance & Burial Association, Inc.
HOME OFFICE, COLUMBIA AND BOSTON STS.,
COVINGTON, LOUISIANA.
Iaaures Men. Wemes sad Children against loss by sikness, aeemcat
" and death.
All UOder One Polley loc and 15e Premmls
J. A. BTANGA. Pres. ERNELT PRIEro, Vice-Pres. J. EAldA T
WmANGA, Secretary sad Trawlrr.
I .H. B. SMITra, PIres. A. R. SMITRH, Secretary-Trues. A V. SMITU. V. P.
Smith Hardware Co., Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET. Near t, ntm
i HARDWARE
PAINTS, OLS
HARNESS
WAGONS BUGGIES
Full line of Automobile Accessories
i -and Parts for Fords.
MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
FINE STATIONERY, OFFICE &
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
J. P. BOUVIER
STATIONER AND NEWS DEALER
SOUTHERN HOTEL BUILDING
ST. SCHOLASTICA'S ACADEMY
Boarding and Day School for Girls and Young Ladies
S mduet.d by the BENRDICTINE SISTERS
KFor partlCatars apply to Mother P r

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