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YOJ. 44 Hahn ville, Louisiana, Saturday, FEBRUARY, 24.
Pnhtishea at Hahnviue La
Every Satureay
'ctat Journal of the Parish
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T i'rms of Subscription fs.oo a year
haterea at the Posto tfue a* ftohnvtlf
La., as seeono aast matte*
SATURDAY Feb a * 9*7
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On Sunday of January Rev.
W Partot. newly apj*oiuted pastor
<4 Ta't. sang the H gh M ess at ibe
Hoty RosaTv*» Church. He ask«d
the congregation toke»p a kind
remembrance of Fa'he. L. Esp
ial het, the former rector, promo
ted pastor of the big parish o.
Jentnngs. La
During the four years he past at
St. Charles Father Espitallu*
nt .de a great deal of god to this
par sh and every one is greatful to
him for It is zeal aiwi his devoied
ness t > his du.ies
Lenty srrvices at the Holy Ro~
s rv Church wilt be as follows
Every Wednesday and Sunday af
ut 4 o'clock. Way ot the
foliovved by the benediction
^most ^Blessed Sacrement,
^fi fe new rector expects a large at
tctidiince at these services
Du roc J-iisey* Registered & Bred
Puroc Jerseys Graded
L Godctwttx Co. Ltd.
Diamond Plantat|ou,
Stlieis, F. O, La,
notice: of spécial
Notice is hereby given that at a special
meeting of the Board of Supervisors of
Road District No. 2 of the Parish of St.
Charles, held on Wednesday, February
14th, 1917, the following ordinance was
unaniinouslv adopted: j ,,
Be it ordained by the Board of Super- \ h
visors of Roard District No. 2 of the
Parish of St. Charles that a special elec- ,
tion is hereby called and ordered to he
held in Road District No. 2 of the Parish
of St. Charles on Tuesday, the 27th day
of March, 1917, between the hours of I *
seven o'clock a. m. and five o'cbvk p.m p
Be it further ordained, etc., That at r
the said special election there shall be
submitted to the tax paying electors
qualified to vote under the constitution ,
and laws of this State a proposition to j
determine whether or not it is the sense
of the said electors to authorise the Board
of Supervisors of Road District No. 2 of
the Parish of St. Charles to incur an in- .
dehtedness of Seventy thousand ( j/O,-p
000) Dollars, and to issue and sell nego- •
tiable semi-annual interest bearing cou- i •
pon bonds Evidencing ih r said indebted- j
ness, the said amount being less than ;
ten per cent, of the assessed valuation of •
the property within the said Road Dis
trict No. 2 of the Parish of St. Charles;
the said bonds to bear interest at the
rate of five per cent, per annum, payable
semi-annualy, and this interest and prin
cipal to be payable in such amount and
at such time as the Board of Supervisors
may determine, the whole issue to be
paid within the space of forty years
from the date of the bonds, an<P both
principal and interest to be secured and
paid by sufficient tax levied and collected
each year in accordance with the provi
sions of Article 281 of the Constitutk>n|of
the State of Louisiana
The said indebtedness and the pro
ceeds of the sale of said bonds at not less
_ than par to be issued in constructing,
! improving and maintaining the public
roads and highways in Road District No.
2 of the Parish ot 3t. Charles
Be it further ordained, etc., That a
notice of this special election be duly ad
vertised for thirty days in the St. Charles
Herald, the official journal of the Parish
of St. Charles, the said notice of electiosi
to embrace substantially all things above
set forth, and further that this Board of
Supervitors of Road District No. 2 meet
in open session at the District Court
House at Hahtiville, Louisina, at twelve
o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, the 28th
day of March, 1917, and then and there
proceed to open the .ballot box and ex
amine and count the ^ballots in number
and amount, and to make returns as to
the result of the election
Be it further ordained, etc.. That the
President of dte Board of Supervisors be
and he is hereby authorized and empow
ered to have the necessary ballots print
ed for the said election, which said bal
lots sh< 1 contain the foregoing proposi
tion, and shall be drawn up in accordance
with law and the provisions of this ordi
nance. He shall provide ballot boxes and
and the necessary blanks for tellers,
sheets, etc.
Be it further ordained, etc., That the
Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Registrar
of voters shall furnish the election offi
cers hereinafter named with a list of the
tax pa 3 , ers entitled to vote in person or
by proxy at the said election, together
with the valuation of each of the tax pay
era' property as shown by the assess
ment roll last made
Be it further ordained, etc., , That the \
District Court House located within Road
District No. 2 is hereby designated and |
determined npon as the polling place for
said election, and the following persons
are hereby instructed and empowered to
act at the said election: U. J. Keller, H.
E. Dickinson, R. J. Vial, as commission
ers and Stanislaus Hymel and P. J.
Lor 10 aa clerks
The officers of election above named
si tall make due returns of the election at
the meeting to be held on the 28th day
of March 1917, and in full compensation
for the services in ^acting as said officers i
of elections, they shall be paid each the
sum of Three Dollars
Feliden Lorio. President.
M. L. Guidry, Secretary.
Amendment to Rules of Court
Rule No.
Suggestions from counsel relative
to the appointment of curators ad
hoc ., appraisers, notaries 10 u ke
invjntories or to hold family meet
.ngs. etc , will not be received by
the Judges of this Court and or»»
ders attached to petitions #itb
names ot sues pai lies therein in
corporated will be disregarded by
by the Court
In open Court, Parish of St. Char
les. Februaiy 13th 1917
Signed: L. Robert Rivarde
Signed: Jno. E. Fleury
I hereby certify that the above
and loregtUr.g is a tiue and coi
rect copy from the extract of min
utes of the 38th Judicial District
t ourt for the Parish of St. Charles
on February i3*h 1917
Ç. A Caillet.
Deputy clerk of court
Ck'k's Office, Paiish of §t. Char
les. La Feby. 15th 1917
Repor on Inspection of Scho ils
Ht. Charles Parish
Bv C. J . Brown
c p, , narish lies on both
t Cli r.es parish Mes on DOUi
s-des of the Mississippi .^iver p
j ,, . i_
\ h r ' ven! y m !e? "' )0ve îhe ^
New Or'ea'>s *-t<1 extends from
, , .. .
Lake f'»ntch n t:a*n on tue ast , >
tile low bin 1 m irsh»*s of the coast
I * n the southwest, A con ide.abte
p 0r ;. 0t , ,,f jt s area is either um lai
r .
men m .rshes or lands tinder :ec a
m , t j on . The cultivated areas
j extremely fertile, ti e crops being
. . , ... i. „ hirh is
chR H - v C " ne and ll u * k > " h,rh ,s
(shipped to northern maiketsin
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a 'R e Q" Hn ' If ; e j. 1 he railioad.a
• cilities are excellent and the p ir
i • ,
j sh lias many miles of permanent
; public roads with funds on hand .*
• , , I
for practic .lly covering the parish
with roads of th'S kind
This parish was formeily inspec
ed at out twenty months ago, in
the latter portion of the 1914-1915
sestion. On the occasion of the
present tour the following schools
were visited
Moberly: This school is located in
a saw mill community . and the
building has been c^nsttuct-d
since the previous inspection. It
contains one classroom .c oakrooms
gallery, is properly lighted, the in
tenor has an oil finish but the ex- h
terior has not yet been painted. It
is substantially constructed and
when painted w I! present an at
tractive*ppearance. One excel'ent
of it-« finish is ,the screening of
windows and doors against flies &
mosquitoes This building replaces
one of the poorest of the parish &
was built without cost to the par-**
»sh by the Cutnmings-Moberly
Lumber Compa-y. Its cquipnv nt
consists of smgle patent de.^ks, an
excellent teacher's desk, recitation
benches, good composition black
board, a case of eight maps, an ex
cellent bookcase and a small libra
ry, a primary table and kindergar
ten Cbairs, adjustable shades, and
a-flag The small site of one-half
acre is well fenced but otherwise
unimproved, water is supplied by
a covered cistern, children using
iind vidwal cups at the faucet The
two deep-pit toilets are maintain
in good condition. Owing to • the
p-tvalence of measles in the com
munity theie were only sixteen of
(he twenty-five enrolled present,
re; reseming six grades, two above
the fifth. The work is weil organ
ized and the teaching is good
Tests in reading and arithmetic
gave results fuily -u; to the
averag. The session is eight
months. The teacher is a graduate
01 the New Orleans Normal
Fastiioo: This ts a box school
house measuring about thirty by
thirty-six-with windows 0:1 oppo
site sides, whitewashed inside and
out ceiled overhead only. A five
foot curtain divides the room into
two classrooms. The equipment
comprises both single adjustable
aud double patent desks, home
made lecitatation seats, composi
tion blackboard, a good globe,
teachers' ;desks. a history and
geography, two wall maps, two
cases and a small supply of books
a sand table, half-sash curtains, a
reading, chatt, and a piano. Single
adjustable desks, a dictionary,and
shades have been ordered for the
school. The half acre site is fenced
A covered cistern supplies water,
chi dren using -individual cups at
the faucet. The two surface toilets
two were
i^qû,.»y di.infeQl.d. Forty
present o( the (or ,,4
, , . .
eight eon »lied in seven grade* L
, . , . 1
The organization of the work is i
j . , \
very good as were most ol the re J
citation observed, The reading j
l e*t cave better than average rr- |
suits but the ariihmeiic work was
ru t î e riy so good. 7 'he school
will soou purchase reading sets fer
the lower grades. The session is
eight monihü The principalis a
graduate ef the New Orleans Noi
(c n inued to next issue)
If vou want to buy anything in
the way of agriculture, hortic I
ture, liv -s'oek, or anything
grown on the farm, write your
wants to the commissioner o ag
licu'tnre Baton Rouge La. Tic
.* Commi-sioner has a Market Bu
reau, or Swappers Deputment,
and can fi d what you want
If vou have anything to sell per
taiuing to agriculture, liurticul
ture, livestock, dairying, etc . write
the commissioner of rtgiicMlure,
Baton Rouge, La., and he will
use every effort to oisposeof any
thing grown on the farm in Louis
tana *
The commissioner has iuargu
rated a bureau of Markets and
wants to aid you in eve: y way pos
n ublic notice is hereby given
that trespassing, hunting fishing,
trapping and moss picking is strict
ly prohibited of Ellington. Fried
ander and Lone Star Plantations
under penalty of the law *
The L. A. Blouin Co. Lid.
A New Year's Treat For Our
We take pleasure in announcing
that anv of our readeis can secure
a pretty s917 pocket diary, free of
charge l>y sending the postage
titerefor, two cents in stamps to
D. Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers,
Washington. D C. The diary is a
••gold mine' 1 of useful information
contains the popular and eletorial
vote received by Wilson and Hug
hes from each state in 1916, and
also by Wilson, koosvelt and Tuft
jn 1913 ; states the amount of the
principal crops produced in each
state in 1916; gives the census
population of each state 1890,
1900 and içio.'the population of
about 600 of the largest cities in
the United A'tates. a synopsis of
business laws, patent laws house
hold receipes and much other use_
ful information. The diary would
cost you 25c at a book store, For
three (3) cents in stamp:- t'hey wilj
s end a nice wail calender, size
10 x it inches, bend five (5) one
cent stamps and get the diary and
Notice is hereby given that the
Finance Committee of Police Jury
of the Paiish ot St. Charles wilt
meet on every Saturday previous
the regular meeting to approve
bills ood any Sill* r,ceived Utter
>h»» <bnt d.ty «1.1 be U,d over to
«/&£ next régula •* meeting
L - * „ °
1 F . bc icxue.ydre,
\ ' .secret try.
J * ■ v
It was moved by Mr.'De'aune St
and.by M r . Dufrene. that the fol
lowi g approximated tableauofthe
expenses of the Parish of St. Char
les for the current year ending
June 30th 1917
Sheriff's fees in Criminal
cases $500.00
maintaining prisoners 7.500.00
District Attorney's fees
for convictions
Coroners salary.
Justices of the Peace
Grand, Petit and Coroner
jury 1,500.00
Secretary Police Jury, 6000«»
Official Journal 600.00
President Board of Health,300.00
Assessor's Commision mm) 00
Parish Treasurer 700 on
Clerk of Court 350.00
School Fund 8.500. ou
Expenses Board of
Health for Infections ana
Contagious diseases 300.0c
Road fund, 1.700.00
Maintenance of 2 Ben
Cadets at L. Stair Univer
sity, 500.011
Maintenance of 3 Ben ,
scholar at the Stale. Nji
uiai Sellout 6ou.00
syndics Salary 500.00
Sergeant at arms 100 00
Tax Cullectoi Commis
sion 1,40000
Salary for oiling wind
mill 61 washing tank 60,00
Road Supervisors 1,800.00
Election expenses 500.00
I hereby certify that the above
Tableau was adopted by the Police
Jury at the meeting held on the 3
day of Aug. 1916
F. Schexnaydre
Parish of St. Charles Aug. 3 1916
Hunting, trapping and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties of Mr. and Mrs, Win. Cadow
/ State of Louisiana
28th. Judicial District Court
Parish of St. Charles
No. 725
Jefferson Commercial & Savings Bank
Widow Adam Keller et als*
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued by the Honorable 28th. Judicial
District Court of tile State of Louisiana,
in and for the Parish of St. Charles, in
the above entitled and numbered case
bearing date of February 1st. 1917 to me
directed, I shall proceed to sell at Public
auction to the last and highest bidder at
the front door of the Court House on
Saturday March 17th. 1917, at 11 o'clock
A. M., the following described property
without appraisement, to wit:
1st. A certain tract of [and, situated on
the left bank of the Mississippi River at
thirty miles above the City of New Or
leans, measuring Six arpents front on
said river more or less by a depth of
Forty arpents between closing lines ac
cording to original titles, which tract is
hounded atxyve by the property formerly
lyelonging to Francois Sauiet and below
by the property of Jules Keller together
with all the improvements thereon or
thereunto belonging
2nd. All that portion of ground, situated
in the rear of the above firstly described
property beginning from the forty ar
pent line ami extending back to the line
of the Louisiana Railway 8c Navigation
Company's tracks, and being the undivi
ded two-thirds ot the upper half of Sec
tions Fifteen and Sixteen in Township
Twelve, South Range Seven East and
Sections Fifty-one and Fifty South Range
8 E, together with all the mules, carts
and agricultural implements
Less. A certain lot of ground forming
part of the herein alxive described des
cribed property, measuring one hundred
and twenty-fve feet on Ute public road &
beginning at a distance of one hundred
and ninety-one feet above the upper line
of the property of Jules Keller, running
up, by a depth of two hundred and
eighty-five feet between parallel lines to
gether with a dwelling house and out
buildings situated on the same
Less. A certain lot of ground forming
part ot the herein above described prop
erty and measuring One hundred and
Thirty-six feet front on the public road
beginning at a distance of Three hun
dred and seventy-nine feet from the low
er line of the School Yard, by a depth of
Two hundred and Thirty-six feet between
parallel lines, together with the dwell
ing house and out building* thereon
Seized in the above suit to pay and sat
isfy plaintiff's demand
Terms and conditions, cash on the spot
Leon C. Vial,
Sheriff Parish of St. Charles
Sheriff's Office, Parish of St. Charles,
Feb. 7th. 1917.
Second Congressional Di
Member of Congress H G.t :
Eighth Senaiorial 1 '*st.
State Senator. L. K'Ri' S 1
Judg- s L.R. Rivarde & j.E Flea- •
District Attorney L.H.Marreio Jr
Parish of St Chailes.
Representative J.C.Remjch
Sheriff & Collector L C. ^
Chief Deputy, H.D K- de.
Deputy Sheriff R.Made rt
Clerk & Recorder, I,T. Brnd
Deputy Clerk C.A < aüb
Coronet Di. V, I.ehmat »»
Treasure! Win, Lustan
Assessor R.A i'utrucf
Registrar I. T .Baudot»'*'
Cfficial Jourjal, St. Cbarlc. Uei. i'*
Justices of the Peace.
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward
Feu î th Ward
Fifth Ward
First Ward
Second Warn
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Police I it ry
Sergeant at Arms
I'irst Ward
Second Waul
Third Ward
Fourth Waid
Fifth Waid
W. T. rat'frui;
A. L. Mongiu*
G Keil, r
M. T auifr
F. t). Weaver
P Bancou ,r
L, L. Chinii) i ^
R M'V>
F.. Pu • • a
R. Wei'vr»
F, Lur .
F. cd exuat G •
F. T
F. Loi f.
J. L. fïîuu n
F. fit-ffcui **
W. Dufrene
W,A.Eu« r
Meets ist Tuesday of evervuiouiii
School Board
President M. L. Guidry*
First Ward
M G. Becnel
Second Ward,
M. L. Guidry
Third Ward.
F. Keilet
Fourth Ward
L, J. Dejeart
Fifth Ward
A.J .Schexnaydre J
J. B. Martin, Su pi.
Lafourche Basin Levee Bowr«;
t resident E.G.Fwar'zL
Secretary W. J. Vl.Cure
A. Champagne, Edgari; F. B.,
Lemann, Donalsonville; George
Lorio, Moherly; R, C, Martin. Jr„
Albemarle; R. Rerez, Jesuits
Bend; K. G. Suvarty, Burton; T. V
Thaggard, McdouoghvilJe ; C
Viering, Gretna; J. F, Wiggimo»,
Bowie The Statt» Board of Kr.gi>
neers compose the engineering de
pariment and the State Ttcasu"»:
is treasurer of the Board
Regular meeting on second
Thursdays of January, Aprif, fed',
and October.Finance conimjtte
meets first Monday of each num*
at New Orleans office.
Terms of Court
In '.ne Paiish of Jefferson_
Jury Sessions ist Monday
April. 2nd Monday in Qc'-obc'
Civil Sessions, jnd Monday i.
May. 3tid Monday in Novembe
In I he Parish of St. Charles
Jnry Sessions. 2nd Monday
Mav. tnd .Monday in Novembe.
civil Sessions, ist Mond«.
February 3nd Monday in ;u'
Paiish 01 St. John the Baptist,.
Jury Sessions, ist Monday
June and Mouday in Decemh..*.:
civil Sessions ist Monday 1
Marcti 3rd Monday in July.
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