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Judicial District Court in and lor the Parish ofSt.Char les, Louisiana, beginuing ou Monday the 9th, day of April 1917, to-wit:-* Petit Jury 2nd. week Monday ÀiiriJ 9tli, 1917 1 Kdwurd Millet 3 2 Tom Mire J 3 Robert Mire 4 F.. X, Hotard 2 J Jos. Cassaly, Jr. 2 4 Henry Champagne 1 7 Paul Ln vergue 2 I Ernest Kinler 2 9 O. G. Hradv f 10 Lesta Laadech« 1 Lms Christen 4 James Champa*ae 4 13 Joseph Hebert 2 14 C. I. Portinberry 1 U WMur Dseroche 16 William Cadow, Jr. 4 17 Leopold Faucheux Z 18 Agricole Du Irene 1 1 9 J. F, Faucheux 20 Edward Dube 2 21 L. A. Keller 1 22 Joseph 8 * Perrilloux 3 23 Roger Petit » 24 Wilhelm Hymet 3 2 | Luke Keller 3 2 f Oacar Champagne 1 Marcelin Zermgne 28 Philip Hebert 2 . Euphetnon Mongrue 30 George Kogler 3 Périt Jury 3r<T wuek Monday Arpll l£th, 1917 I fe i ' c Antoine Lirip * g b. C, Caasajy \ Adolphe * i E, L. Bandonin ; iobert Savoie * pscmr Champagne * Blphege Champagne * Aulne y Simoneux 4 * ~ Gaaaen f yrtlnBegnel ; iv Uaee < Octave Haydal 3 U. 2 L Kell« * J. B. Robert \ Albert Ledet * Sidney G. Hymet J A. 8 . Hubert Ernest 'Dominique ) i SU M. Ella 5 Camille Ballanger \ P, O. Outre Delphin jRouaselle \ Rosfembert Kinler Sidnev Millet \ copv from the original. A. Caillet, Dy. Clerk of ConfO 24 I? 28 29 30 A t»V ' I' A, ibb* **•' •"*«! 9ncti*» isftnlvilj. it ^MMIoroa-kov X »•wasv-.-.er* 1 . it o •.rwt-i « Z 2 1 » 3 1 2 3 * \ * ; * * * 4 f ; < 3 * \ * J i \ \ \ BASFBALf\ a,.., ... The Ltfttnÿ Baseball feaffi had organized (ot the season # 1 ffr Me. R. A aderff, as Manager,- and Will play its first galbe Easter Sunday at Luting Park against the fast Overings of fcew Orleans, the game will be called *t $ p. a Battries, G*rerings, Jfrnker and Voorhics, Lifting. Keller aftd Msh< acre LOUISIANA SfATÊ BOARD OF HEALTH Dr. OsCaf Dowl.ng, accompan ied by Mr. Fredefidt L. Hoffnfan, one of (he (Host Noted ititlnicians of the United State, Assistant Sur* georn H. It. Caner.U s.P.H. Ser ♦Ite. Dr! W. H. Seem an. Barter io ogist and Prettdenl of the State Medical Society, will make an iti nerary of Louisiana Aprilç-tç visiting Baton Souge New Or leans, New Iberia, Lake Charles. DeRidder, Shreveport, Tallulah, Monroe and Alexandria In the lecture delivered by Mr .Hoff man and Dr. Carter emphasis will be laid on the plans and purposes of Malaria Eradication. Othet sub jects |iertinantto health conditions typhoid lever, cancer, inf ntite paralysis and£the Declining Death Rate will be discussed by Mr.Hoff man. Dr. Carter and Dr. Seemann There will be an afternoon con fetence an J eight meeting in each of the cities. Ad physicians are in* vited to both, and the citizent to attend the general cotiferenc in the evetiog One of the purposes of this tour is to arouse interest and coopera tion in getting belter statistics of communicable diseases in ' the State, and especially of malaria A survey made by the State Board of Health of $s towns and Cities to locate breeding places o ( the malaria bearing mosquito, proves that the eradication of this . ... pest Is practicable, and indicate also that there is much less mala ria in the State than is generally supposed Figures would be con vincing to tbo-e who have thej wrong impression of our health conditions Louisiana is one of the healthiest of all the states, but su tistics are needed to prove it to 1 hose who doubt I n rar y Baton Rouge New Orleans New Iberia Lake Chat Ms DeRidder Shreveport 'Tallulah Monroe Alexandria - Arpil 9th ** »0 CHARBON MAY NOT CAUSE SWELLING The first charbon case of the season in a given community is u suaily out of internal charbon caused by food or water that is in fected with germs of the disease. Unless the animai is under very close observai»* no f pieliminary symptons are likely to Jbe noticed. . The animal is leUed very »»«I deniy with great depression • the temperature rises rapidly, the mu cous spembranee of the IJM. *»«•« gnd mouth are of a dark red color and the «olid and liquid excre ments may have a Wood-stained *pprar«uiçç As iMa form of efior, boa « found *aaoat commonly »in cattle, mistakes are ofteff mad* in Weaufyiqg tfve «Unas« ; Up hides P® êêês&Æ^ m j ( are removed and the caresses are not ftestroyed as they should be Under no tcondltions should th* hhlc of an animal be removed dur in# so outbreak of charbon with out fiist making a microscopic Wood test for the cuarbon germs Skinning a charbunous carcass not only spreads infection but endan gers the life of the person remov ing the hide Many people hold the opinion that every case of charbon must show an external swelling. This however,, is not the case, All sud den deaths of animals, whether there is swelling or n.^t. during the summer months should be con sidered suspicious of charbon un less itjis known definitely that some 0 lhor agency was the cause.Harry Morris, Experiment Station, La State Un.versity.— L . S. U. Press Bulletin 8 TATF OF LOUISIANA 28th. Judicial District Court Parish of St. Charles No. 723 Jefferson Commercial ft Savings Bank vs Mrs. Jnlia Jacob, Widow of Adam Keller et ala By virtue cf a writ, of seizure and sale issued by the Hon. 28th. Judicial Dis trict Court of the State of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of .St. Charles, in the above entitled and numbered case bear ing the date of April 2nd. 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 the 12th. day of May, 1917, at 11 o'clock A. M., the following describ ed property, to-wit: lst. A certain tract of land situated on the left bank of the Mississippi River at thirty-two miles above the City of New Orleans, measuring six arpents front on the said river, more or less, by a depth of Forty (40) arpents, ^between closing lines, according to original titles, which tract is bounded above by property for merly belonging to Francois Saalet and below by property of Jnlea Keller, to getber with all the buildings and im û)Mtatk thereunto be longing Which said property is all of ^Sections 8 , 9, 10 and part of 11 in T. 12 6 . R. 1 Bast, according to the United States Sur veyi x 2nd. All that portion of ground, situa ted in the rear of the first described tract begining from the fo t arpent line and extending back to the line of the La. Railway ft Navigation Co.'s tracks and being the undivided two thirds of Sections Fifteen and Sixteen in Township. 12 S. R. Seven East B X C B P T: The following describ ed tracts which were reserved 1st. A certain lot of 'ground fronting part on the herein sold (mortgaged) property measuring one hundred and twenty five feet on the public road and beginning at a distance ' m oi One hundred and Ninety-one feet above the upper line af the property of Jules Keltor, | running up by a depth of 285 feet be- 1 te— I n.r*lleMines together with the , tween parallel unes logeuier wiwi = 1 u in j ^1 4* ' in dwelling house and outbuildings situât' ed on the same 2nd. A kit of ground, forming part of ! the prope rt y herein sold (mortgaged) and m sasuring One hundred ft thirty six feet frautoa the public road beginning at a «*«■ »?■"» of three hundred and seventy glue feet from the lower line of the School House Yard by a depth of 236 feet between parallel lines, together with dm dwelling home and outbuild* ings thereon Seized in the above suit to pay and satisfy plaintif 's demand Terms and conditins. cash 00 the spot Leoa C. VialJ Sheriff, Parish of St. Charles, Sheriff's Office, Parish of St. Charles, 1917 ! Wednesday j ■■■ Supt. ted Mrs. J. B, Martin and District Attorney L. R. Rivarde were mtto visitors ta Afew Qri<**os SALE OF FERRIES Public notice is hereby giveen that by virtue of the authority ves» ed ir. me by Section ao of the Po lice Jury ordinances I will proceed to sell at public auction at the from door of the Court house of this Parish on Saturday May 19th 1917, at the hour of 1a o'cloch m. to the htghes' and f*st bidder for a teimof one year from the atih day of May 1917 The tight and privilege ot a fer» ry ?l each of the station named be low LOCATION OF Ferries. Ferry No. 1. From the lo ver limit of the Parish to Davis Plantation right bank, and Modoc Plantation left bank the ferrv station to be trom the Zeringue st >re, right bank, to the Rose Plantation left bank Ferry No. a. From Davis plant* ation, right bank, to Ashton plant ation right bank, the ferry station to be at the store of L. Gassen & Bros, right bank to the Destrehan plantation, left bank. Ferry No. 3; Fsom Ashton planta* tion right bank, to FUggville right bank, the ferry station toj be at aggviile nght bank to Ormond plantation left hank Ferry No. 4, From Flaggville right bank to Jacques Rou^sllc right bank, the ferry station to be at Hahnviiie right bank to Pros pect plantation left bank Feriy No. 5. From Jacques Rouaefie's plantation right bank, to Killona plantation right bank, the ferry station to be at the Star plantation store right bànk to the village of Belletown left bank. Terms and conditions. Cash on the spot, in United States Cur rency, the purchaser to comply with all regulations of the Police Jury. F. Schexnaydre Secretary Police Jury, St chai les Par.sh, March *8, 1917 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Finance Committee of Police Jury of the Parish ot St. Charles will meet on every Saturday previous the regular meeting to approve bills and any bills received latter than that day will be laid over to the next regular meeting F. Schexnaydre, 1 Secretary. STATE OF LOUISIANA * 28th. Judicial District Court Parish*of St. Charles ? No. 729 Succession of Valsra Baptiste and Esther Bould, his wife By virtue of a certain order of Sale is sued by the Hon. 28th Judicial Couit of | ^ state ot Louisiana, in ard for the ( 1 parish of St. Charles in the above entit , led ca««" and bearing date of March 21*t ! 1 1917 , and to me directed, I shall proceed ! to sell st public auction to last and high eat bidder on the premises at Ama, La., ! on Saturday the 7th day of April 1917,at 11 o'clock A. M., the following describ ed property to-wit: Live Stock One (1) gray horse. One (1) black horse Furniture 1 lot of furniture and bed "clothing now in dwelling bouse situated on the above described property, consisting of one ( 1 ) forr posted bed, two sewing machines, 3 rocking chairs, 1 dresser, 2 chairs, f arm rir, 1 feather matress and one quit* I Movables ' Fifty barrels of com in shuck. One old jumoer. One c««rt body, < in«* I wagon Jack, Two plows, Th'ee large collars, Two sets harness »nd trace chains. One old; breech 1.is, One cross cut saw. One hand ww, One spring wagon. One lot ol pumpkiogs Terms and conditions cash on- the 1 Leon C. Vial \ Sheriff. Paiish of SL/Charles Sheriff's Office, Parish of St khat'-es, March »»H i$i? It was moved f>y Mr.jDelaune & and.by M*\ Dufrene, that the fol lowing approximated tableau ol the 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 a.500.00 District Attorney's fees for convictions 500.00 Coroners salary, 300.00 Justices of the Peace i,8oo.o«> Constables 1,800.00 Grand, Petit and Coroner jury 1,500.00 Secretary Police Jury, 60000 Officiai Journal 600.00 President Board of Health,300.00 Assessor's Commision 1000 ou Parish Treasurer vao.ot Clerk of Court 450.00 School Fund 8,500.00 Expenses Board of Health for Infections ana Contagious diseases 300.00 Road fund, 1.700.00 Maintenance of a Ben Cadets at L. State Univer sity, 500.00 Maintenance of 3 Ben , scholar at the Stale Nor mal School 600.00 Syndic? Salary 500.00 Sergeant at arms too 00 Tax Collector Commis sion 1 , 400.00 Salary for oiling wind mill ft washing tank 60,00 Road Supervisors 1,800.00 Election expenses 500.00 > $,28310.00 I hereby certify that the above Tableau was adopted by the Police Jury at the meetiug held on the 3 day of Aug. 1916 F. Schexnaydre Secretary Parish of St, Charles Aug. 3, 1916 Notice Hunting, trapping and trespassing are hereby prohibited on proper ties of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Cadow 'STATS OF LOUISIANA 28th Judicial District Court Parish of St. Charles No. 729 Succession of Valsin Baptiste and Esther Bould, plis wife Bv virtue of a certain order of sale is sued by the Hon, 28th Judicial Court of the State of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of St. Charles, in the above entit led cause and bearing date of March 21st 1917, and to me directed, I shall proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder at the principal front door of the Court House on Saturday the 28th day of April, 1917, at 11 o'clock A. M., the follwoing described property to-wit: A certain tract of land, together wi'h all the improvements thereon, measuring one-half arpent Jfront on the river Miss issippi, by a depth of fifty arpents, more or less, between closing lines in the rear as per original tract hereinafter describ ___property tract of land forms part of Lot Number ( 3 ) of subdivision of the following des cribed property, Viz: A certain tract of land situated in the is and at Parish of St. Charles on the right bank ! Q f the river Mississippi, about twent-one miles above the City of New Orleans, ! measuring as per survey and plat of O. McLemn, Esq., Parish Surveyor, fifteen hundred and eighty feet front on the River Mississippi, by about fifty arpents j in depth, more or less, between lines closing in the rear about one degree, be ing part of the Baptiste St. Amant tract Section 24, of Township 13, South of Range 21 East, west of the River, bound ed above by lands now belonging to Is aac Bennett & Co., known as Madison ville, and below by lands of Septime St. Amant & Co., said tract being as per said plan of survey and division into five equal lots, for the purpose of a partition between Raol Zeringue and his co-heirs by act before James D. Augustin, Notary Public of this Parish 04 tne 20th of Nov ember, 1879 Terme and conditions cash on the spot. Leon C. Vial, Sheriff, Parish of St. Charles. Sheriff's Office, Parish of St. Charles, March 21st. 1917 ATTENTION O» another |page of, this we are publishing the iuvemany tbf Knute qî Edward Wisner OFFICIAL DIR Ft, Second Cotrgressiona-I Di''' ' Memt«rof Congres? H.G.Fnr" Eighth Senatorial Pis»: State Senator, Judg-s J.P Flea. « District Attorney L.R.Riavde Parish of St Churie: Representative Sheriff & Collector Chief Deputy, Deputy Sheriff > Clerk & Recorder, Deputy Clerk Coroner Treasure! Assessor Registrar J L Rem-: • i C. Vi-1 HP.-. - R.N ..<■ » I T. Have* 4 » C. A Caillet Di. V, Lehmann Wm, Lussaa. R,A. Dubroca I.T.BHiidou'n Cfficial Jour.ial, St. Charles Herald Justices of the Peace. First Ward W. T. Pattern«!: Second Ward A. L. Mongiu* Third Ward O. Kugli r Fourth Ward M. Tratst h. Fifth Ward F. O. Weave» Constables. First Ward P Baudoum. Second Waro L, L. Champagne . Third Ward R. Month: Fourth Ward F.. ttoliua Fifth Ward R. Weaver Police fury. President F, Lora» Secretary F. gchexnavdt* Sergeant at Arms First Ward Second Waid Third Ward Fourth Waiff Fifth Ward F. I rilovix F. Los .4 J, L. blou m F. Delaui# W. Dufren* W.A. tiler Meets ist Tuesday of evervnionih School Board. President M. L. Guidry* First Ward M.G. Becnel Second Ward M. L. Guidry Third Ward. F. Keller Fourth Ward. L, J. Dejean? Fifth Ward A.J .Schexnaydre f J. B. Martin, 3 upt. Lafourche Basin Levee BoaiCi » resident E.G.Swartx Secretarv W. J. MrCttne Members A. Champagne, Edgarri; F. B. Lemann, Donalsonville; George Lono, Moberly; R, C, Martin, Jr, Albemarle; R. Rerez, Jesuits Bend; K. G. Swariy, Barton; T.V Thaggard. Mcdonoghville; C ;Viering, Gretna; J. F, Wtgginton. Hfiowie The State B«*ard of Engi neers compose the engineering de partment and the State Treasure! is treasurer of the Board Regular meeting on serono Thursdays of January, Af HI, fuly and October. Finance committee meets first Monday of each mont at New Orleans office. Terms of Court In '.ne Parish of Jefferson— Jury Sessions 1« Monday t April, and Monday in October Civil Sessions, and Monday i, May. 'and Monday »n Novemhe I-.i the Parish ot St. CharJes Jnry Sessions, and Monday May. *■ d .«fund a y in Novembe. civil Sessions, ist Monday February and Mouday in ; U |j Parish 01 St. John the Eaptisi. Jury Sessions, ist Monday - June and Monday vn Deceubv* civil Sessions ist Monday March 3rd Monday in July. j ULUUH lit CO. •VH1SKIS8 416 «/.Fourth81 Cincinnati, t JOS. K ANT®' » 3*8 Auauttciaui»» bt New Orleans Kmpresep' \Ur il» Oiuulosi i 10 ru.it* roslAMMI 4 T MAH*VtUJU LA. Stow* ***«■» OFFICIAL 1 : 1 «Ml