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j * p • ru* •jfrm _^u blished= j ejnr satü t î \ < / n RiÇH SUC/R MOLASSES 45 B ahn ville, Louisiana, Saturday, 4 \| O O IC s PRODUCING C 1 JJ f* Y. 21 1917 September, 47 . CHARLES HERALD F »blithe a at Hahnriut La ' Every Satura«} f f 5 ciai Journal of the Punt h «f St. Chat lu J. C. Triche Fût r Tetmt of Subscription fi.CO a veof Unteren Jt the T OstôOne «t Hûhnvill* L« u «s stcon* ct*%s mdtttr SA TÜEDA F Sept âi 19'7 wutlort« jliitirtha « ««vamKtt, «tu >•> •»•r»"" 1 ' •««* tat Al!rouiiHV»nlC»tl«»n« mwtlbe #» ««« on • «inc nftli® paper» I «T Tni» mit n»inf mm »«'«••• Îlî.^**»«•7^1* 1er wmnt iicwMiipnny em-hMiiiiwm'nir*M «" «o piiliilcutliin,»ml en» mAl**i nf K* 0,1 f oiinniinlt ntlnnii nt oerHonal elimAClAr «ni not b* re.-.mimteiMtOw Sf • II,le arete* In *»cb ca*» » cnarg« t,4(i * (jUAri will D« man%* $«■ 'i«** mul intafMt'ii*»oc» lie«* «» *•* •»eettnlly solicited. 7âkS3«":S «y «a* melr carda U tblepBper____ B*tm.lUl»ert Febr«*ryl 5 ^l 8?3 :/r-£:'=ï"= Â r»;.,.., • • - Wae-nait column «n* vent •Ja*<tu«rterc<jb«nni«n«y*.ai - ' . # [ 00 l a >i oaol» ' |aM«hl*lnuil«l>it •" »dr awee SECOND JXCRM NT FROM OU P TAPIS 7 LEFT WZ DSESD i Y Last Wednesday * »pedal 'rain, pi. ked up oui s-eoud lot of draft ,.,1 |,„ys and hr. ug'-t 'hem on to F rt Camp »'ike This runs our to l I to 1 8 wil t • turn. Owing io tilt tact t'iat the train w.,s due here before noon, the Lo cal Board did not have an oppor tunity of giving the boys a d«nn«f . However after all instructions had I e n given and the Captain appoin ted. they were assembled in the Court room, a"d our D strict At torney Bob Rivarde made a feel ing add *ss to the dej a.ting ones, also meutioni. g a movement which uiidou' t dly will b under control of the Red Cross, whereby the fatni ies of those who have gone io the front will be looked af'e- and t ken care ot whenever such be come necessary IVe are proud to state that up to no v . not one man .called by tne Local Boa id has faded t » show up a die proper time. Those boys who went in on the first call re port good time at Camp Pike and !.. a few days claim they will be old military men The attention of every one is called to the fact that these buys w 1 * appréciai all reading matting a ,l s nue can be mailed them with o dy one cent stamp. Ask youf postmaster for further Infor mati-m I, «Î. Tne Locd Council of Defense was organized ai the Court house last Saturday.„Mr. Leo ^a.rero addressed those p-eseni. Mr. r. L ,rio was made Cha-.man and •*. ty, Bohue Secretary. A fuller and more compreh nsive gathering »-ill v je held at the same place on Sunday September 33rd at a l M. Piease n.ke'n otice _ Notice Public notice is hereby given that tresspassing, ftibi-'g. tapping and moss picking on all properties be-, longing to the La. Cypress Lum ber Co. St. Charles is strictly p oh'bi'ed. Anyone caught on said properties will be punished to the (dll extent of the law tico. Coustd. . Str-te uf Louisiana • 8 h Judicial^Dlstrict Comt Par sh of St, Ch u Io No. Jjt Mrs. VV. H. Ti'.nry Vs Louis Branch Byviituenfa writ of seixure ; and sale Issued out of the Honor able the aStli Ju icial ®' st '' 1 j Conn of the Statefol Louisiana in , and for the Pa.ish of St. Char cs, jon h in the above entitled and numb r ed case, bearing date of July 2't i tyij tome di.ected, I shall pro ceed to se'l at publ.c auction without appraisement to the la-1 a „J highest OUI, 1 er at ,1,, front door of the Court House on | Saturday October 20th 1 y 17 All his right tit c and inter st in and to tlie following desci bed real estât 1 » t-'-wit Two certain pieces or portions of land known «as the Coteau de Trance situated Oil the line ot the New Orleans and Ope , . , . , t „.1 lousas (t:OA' the Morgan's Louisiana amt Texas R. R. & S. S- co.> railroad b • tween the Rayou Saut D'Ours and Bayou de» Allenians in the I'arish of St. Char les in this State as per plan of division made by J. L. Fvemauic. Surveyor oh the 6th <Liy ot February 1669, a litho graphic copy whereof is annexed to an act passed in this office on the 26th day of March I880 and purporting to be ; 11 act made by the present vendor to Char les h. Hopkins. Sabi portions of ground are desipnated by the numbers 120 and 122 0:1 said plan ami measures each one arpent front on tlie North side of the running on each side of the N. O. and Opelousas railroad by about eight and one-half arpents more or less Jin depth between parallel lines as shown on said plan. Saiil pieces or portions of ground are part of one ^hundred ami thirty five lots of ground acquired by purchase from Bernard Soulie fc aiid acquired by said I, oui»- Branch from J. A. Latarre on the 6tli day of April 1888 by act Ik» fore Hu Se ite Bouny, Notary in the City of New Or leans, and recorded in the Parish of St. Charles-in Book "II" folio 475 et seq And from the proceeds of said sale to pay the petitioner by preference over all other claims the sum of Four hundred ($400,00) dollars with five j>er cent inter est from May 22nd 1911 until paid, to gether with'5 per cent Attorney's fees on said principal and amount sued for and all costs of these proceedings Leon C. Vial Sheriff, Parish of St. Charles Sheriff's Office, Parish of St. Charles, September 13th 1917 1 t NOTICE In accordance with the terms of an or dinance adopted by tlie Police J«rv of the Parish of St. Charles, the Police Ju ry of the Parish of St. Charles will re ceive seal proposals for the purchase at not less than par ami accrued interest of a certain road bond issue of Seventy Thousand dollars_($70.00(t.00) authorized by road district No. 2 of tlie Parish of St. Charles at an election held in said district on th« 27th, day of March 1917 The hid will be accompanied by certi fied cheque to the order of the President of the IVdice Jury of the Parish of St. Charles,certified by a Louisiana Bank, for Twenty Five hundred dollars (|2500. 00); the cheque of the successful bidder will credited on his purchase price or forfeited to the Parish of St. Charles in the event of his failure to fulfill the con ditions of his hid. llie cheques of all uii successful bidders will he returned to them on rejection of their hid The successful bidder will lie furnishj ed a proper legal opinion as to tile validi dity of the bonds at the expense of the Parish All bids must lie unconditional and ad dressed to the Police Pury of the Parish of St. Charles, Hahnville, l«ouisiana with a statement on the envelope that it contains a bid for the bond issue offered and the said bids will be opened in pub lic session at ten o'clock A. M. , on Tues dav, October J6th, 1917. at Hahnville. Louisiana. The Police Jut y reserves tlie right to reject anv and all bids For any further information concern ing said ixinds or the proceedings lead ng thereon apply to H. L. Fay rot, spec, ial counsel, 413 Hennen Blag. New Orleans, I va. President, Police Jury * Fehden Lovio Frank Schexnaydre, Secretary Police Jury Parish «I St- Curies BETTER FARMING" An iirlpohant put of Het-cf Farming" is covered bv pr >per rare of the crops after th y a-e made and harvested. Corn is he ing g ither- d all over the Parish, aii(J ^ Ul - It) „ l(tC p il? t t;V > weeks I ttaVc sePlt mHl ,y fa-me s pulling jon i storing corn which WHS tOO We*, ami ill mV ral instances I h Ve sort c »rti healing in the ciibs These conditions a e bad at anv tune and doubly so just now when corn I» lUgh In pree and the cou» try ttt large is ln such sore need of . .. cribs. An e rcivced w th ail or a _ ... economy in the handling and use of all food and fee I crops The best practice in this weavil riddeu section is to shuck corn in the field and thus leave m st of the we..vils on the ou's de of the petition of the shucks is a fine place for the weav.ls to pass Jie winter, an I the d 'mage is sure to be gr a ter th in if the t rn v an shucked b. fore it was cribbed. Ofcoutse fti migat on with distil h de of car bon high life after the com is in ths crib would destroy the we vils better if the corn were shuck d, bur as mast of our 1 ribs are 'o >se 1 constructed such fumigation s impr 'Ctical to most of onr f.irmcs bu we can all do tho e things which are poss'bte under our cir cumstances. name y, shuck the co n m the fields and put s me i - io the cribs oi ly when thoroughly dry We can also save some d m age to.this year's ciop if we cie..n ,,ur cribs - well and remove all the weavi s lelt over Irom last year's storage Give this your attention, Mr. Farmer. Two Dollar corn is a val uable crop; and the weavils des troy en ugh corn here eveiy year .0 furnish tlie corn bread which is eaten in the whole parish iico. VV Bob' e, County Agent t St. Char'es Parish Council of |Defense At a meeting held at the Court house on Saturday [September 15, the St. Charles Parish Council .if Defense was organized with Mr F. Lorio, Preiident ai d G.W. Bohue. .Secretary, Mr, L C V*ai, Mr. P. A. Kellerand Mr. J. W. No-man were appointed as a committee on membersh p and they named the fol!"wi-'g members from whom the various sub committees will be ap punted. Mrs. L. R R-varde; Messrs Henry Hirsch. Dr. J W. Plauche, T. B. .Sellers, M.L. Gui dty. L L. Blouin, S. Hymel, A. L Mongrue. L. G.tsSen, VVm Lussan L R. Rivarde. P. A. Keller, L.C. Vial, ( has. Stem. R A. Dubroca I T Baudouin. Dr. L. T. D.n a'dson, Dr. V, l.ehmann, A. I. Keller, C. A. Caillet, J. B. Martin G. VV. Bohne, D. ai d F. Lorio, S. Haydel, H. Champ gne, T. P. and H. D. Keller, M. G. and T. J. Becnel, Paul Lorio. Father Par rot, Geo. Lorio, J. C. Remick, Dr. R. H. Johnson J. VV. Norman Henry Landeche, Victor Hymel. A. E. Picod. VV. T. Patterson, VV K. Du'retie, L. J. Dejean, C. E. Alexander, J. F. Funk, Dr, L. A. Youngs. VV. A. Elfer. Geo. Lam-, bert, Dan el Lambeit. J M. Lam -1 bert. P. N Schexnaydre. Pa '»'-J Petit, Emile LeBlant, F«*w De * If ST IF JURORS f--- bist of Jurors drawn to serve it tin» session <>f the 28th.. Judicial District Court in and for the f'urHi of ist. Char les, Louisiana, beginning on Monday the Sth. day of Octolicr, 19t7, to-wit: Grand Jury Names Wa r.ls 1 Richard J. Vial 2 > Flavin Keller 5 3 Loui-i Mans 3 4 Charles T. Scllitlill 4 5 Joseph WicklifTe Clirtiiipagn .■ 4 6 Abe i <ev\ 3 7 T. B. Sellers 2 8 \V. \V, Madere Î 3 9 Benjamin Boudreaux 10 Charles Stein 1 11 Alphonse Kmler 2 12 I), 1). Dasch 4 13 Wilson Cantrello 4 14 Charles 1«;. Smith 5 15 J. W. Weaver 5 18 J. c). Lambert 5 17 Charles Troxler, Jr 1 18 t'rsin Du he 3 19 Donatien l^irio 1 20 William Lauve > 1 Petit jury 2nd week Momlav Oetot-er 15th 1917 Wilson Kinler 2 } Sidney Bourgeos > 3 Kngene Bourgeois 1 4 Robert J. Seller 2 5 J. S. Barre 1 > 6 Svl K. Caillet 7 lidwnrd Mire i 8 K. P. Pe.vregne 4 9 J. A. Schexnaydre 3 10 ilenry Rausch 4 11 Mvrtile Troxler 1 12 Victor Cortez 1 13 Arthur Dejean 4 1 14 15 Waltee Bestoso Frederick Petit 2 16 I/juis Brady 2 17 William Brown* 1 18 Alexander A. Bourgeois 4 19 Wilson Dufrenay 4 20 21 Felix Belsome !■ Joseph Baudouin 1 22 Alliert Champagne 1 23 J. L. Donnaud 2 24 W. A. Brady, Sr. 2 25 Wilfred Keller 3 26 Alfred J. Weiter 1 27 28 Alcide Rainagosse Kdinond Thompson Ï 29 H. I. Dugas 30 Paul VicKiiair 3 A true Copy C. A. CAILLET, Dy. Clerk of Court. NOTH F No burial or removal of|b<xlies will be allowed unless accompan ed by a burial or removal premit from the Local Registrar (Post master) of said District in which the death occured as per outers from 7 he Louisiana .State Board of Health N. Zeringue Sexton Red Church Cemete y I TAKT. I Y PR's NO T/CEjft^ Notice is lieieby give • that the Assessment Sheets aie open foi inspection in mv office fora period of 20 da vs irom date, for exumin ation by the taxpayers, the said sheets showing tor c lange and cor rectious mad! by the B iard of State Affoirs for the year 1917* & if any taxpayer desires to file a complaint, he can do so with the Assessor, who in turn will forward -ame io the Board T e State Vssessmsi t will he reviewed by the Pol ce Jury at its next regular month y meeting R. A. Du'iroca Assessor, Date Sept. 15. *9 1 7 t Rue, Di I., B mnemer. F. Keller. Hon. I. A. Mar r ero was apooint ed by Govemor Pleasant as speak er and organizer for this Parish and after an able address the com mittee as outlined above, complet . heir org(Jlliz aion and called a fof Suiulay September 33 -1 ^ . The public are codi tl '»'-J ly invited lo aU end ^ It was moved I y Mr. De'au ne ,V 2nd.by M-. Duf ene, that the 1 ol io \v 1 g approximated tableau of the expenses of the Parish of St. Char les for the current year ending |une 30th 1917 Sheriff's fees in Criminal cases $500.00 maintaining prisoners 2,500.00 District Attorney's fees for convictions 500.00 Coroners salary, ........ Justices of the Peace 1.800.00 Constables 1.800.00 Grand, Petit and Coroner ju.-y 1,50000 Secretary Police Jury, 600 00 Official Journal ' t 6oo.o<* President Board of Health,300 00 Assessor's Commision 1000 00 Parish Treasurer 790.00 Clerk of Court J* 5 0 -°° School Fund 8.500.00 Expenses Board of Health for Infectious ana . Contagious diseases 390.0c Road fund, 1.700.00 Maintenance of * Ben Cadets al L. Slate Univer sity, Maintenance of 3 Beu scliolai at the Siale N ri mai School Syndics Salary Sergeant at arms Tax Coilectoi Commis sion 1,4000. Salary for otlttig wttitl mill & washing tank 60.0c Road Supervisors 1,800.00 Election expenses 500.00 §,28310,00 I hereby certify that tlie above Tableau was adopted by the Police Jury at tlie meeting held on the 3 day of Aug. 1916 F. Schexnaydrr Secre1ary Parish of St. Charles Aug. 3 1916 500.00 6uo. 00 500.00 too oc Notice Hunting, trapping and trespassing are hereby prohibited on proper t 'es of Mr. and Mrs. VVm . Ca-k w To B inkers : y H rite Us for Samples atia\ J Prices on Our «•SAFETY FIRST" BANK CHECKS Cox Ptg. and Puh. Co., Inc. 727 Poydras Street, New Orleans. 'LUNG DISUSE : "After four in our family hod died - of eonsureption i was taken with a frightful cough and lung trouble, but my life was saved and I gained 87 pounds throug.i using _ DR. KING'S 1 NEW Jdiscovery AVV.B Patterson, Wellington, Tex ^^RlCk j0^n^L^0^T»LL^SUG«L.S. SAVE GOOD OATS FOR PLANTING SEED M Indications nr* that the supply of seed oats for planting this fall will be vary short, and Louisiana farmers who have raised oats of good quality are urged to save them for seed rath er than to feed them. In many parts of the South the oat erop winter kill ^ ed and the farmers will have to pur chase all their seed from other locali ties, and those favored sections whore a partial or full crop w-aa produced should save every available bushel la »Mt tbU demand. More milk In the diet of the aver- | age family would help cut down the j high cost of living In the city as well j as In the country. Milk Is one of tkd j eh expect of animal foods. A , OFFICIAL DIRT. 'I Secor-d Congressional 5 Member of Cong-ecs D.l- 1 ' Eighth Senai • °l State Senator Judges District Attorney I . K.N".* Paris! ,-i >• ' 'I'. ; •« ' Representative Shei iff & Collect Chief Deputt, Deputy Sheriff Clerk & Record' r i, î 1 Deputy CierL Coronet "t Treasurer V Assessor K,A i 1 Registrar I.J ,B. Official Jour.tal, St. Chain s Justices of Hie Hf-iu. First Ward VV. V. ! .. Second Ward A. L. M Third VVar»l O. Fourth Ward 1 iat!ii! Fifth Waid ! •' O. VV t\ * Constables. First Waul P ! iff Second Waco L. L. L hi .tu 1 -a S ' ' Third Wait! 1 v Mi > I- f Fourth Ward » 1 , ( Fifth Ward ).; U r ; \ k Police liny President V, 1 t > if Secretary p # ;\i>«( 1 r} Sergeant.it Anns K I- 1 il L-t ; First Ward 1 1.1. • t ■ Second Waul t. I . I k u • I hi ri! War** ) .• i bd». u 1 Fourth Wan# VV. 1 >ult l:h Fifth Waul VV. A . L Itt Meets ist Tucstly\ 0: c'Vt i X in- ■ 1 it School B<»-.rd Presidetu M. l. Guidiy First WauJy M.<*. BecnelJJ Setoud Ward,' M. f.. G nidi y 1 hied U'atd, » .Kelk i Font Hi VVardj L, J. Itejeanr Fifth Ward A. J .Sthexnatdre J. B. Martel, v (1 | )U Lafourche Basin Levee f resident t.G.Nwarffc Secretary W, J. MiCnne* Membe»»s A. Champagne, Edgar ); p h L emann, Donalsoiiv'd.'e; Gco-.-e Lorio, Moherly ; R. C, Martin. G Vlhenri.irlp- R Keie/.. Jeiuit:' Albemarle; jrillI , Bend; E. G. Swart\ Burton , T. V Ttiaggard. McdouoghviJe : (. Vier ing, Gretna ; J. F t VViy. a'.,|, Bowie The State Board or neers compose the enginm » iiig de partment and the Ntate .1 is treasurer of tlie Board Regular meeting secv , w<( Thursdays of January, A f ri!, j-i! and October. Finance com uiiftec meets first Monday of eacii tr» ni at New Orleans office. Terms of Court In me Parish of Jefferson Jury Sessions ist Monday 1 April. 2nd Monday in October Civil Sessions. 2ml Monday i. May. and Monday in N'oveir.he I11 the Parish of St. Cliarles Jnry Sessions. 2nd Monday Mav. vnd .»tonday in Novembe. M civil Sessions, ist Monday February 2nd Monday m Julv Parish 01 St. John tlie Bautisr. - Jury Sessions, ist Mord-, June 2nd Monday »11 Deemnk«-! (civil Sessions ist M^t.ria March 3rd Monday in July -il (JLLMAN and GO., WHISKIES 416 W. Fourth 8 « Cincinnati. 1 (JOS. K\NTZ ; . 1328 Aiinunciatio- V New Orleans Represc 1 ' 11 < v | j j j A , St. Clil.i it'-» Lit. i'i - PUrti.tstua» A t HAH^VILLë. LA. rwy SnlwrOyn. OFFICIAL JOURNAL. P 1 RIHH OF ST. t'HART F.R umainarourT op poutkuxi^ aboi os cuQvm i , w. ■■■■■ iifl.! ■ JM ■B ' imi» I '