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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IN A RICH SUf-iR MOLASSES AND
COUNT rv
45 Hahnville, Louisiana, Saturday,
MARCH
16
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57 . CHARLES HERALD,
Publish** as Hahm tut La'f
Every Saturday
>. facial Journal of the Parish
of St* Charles
/. C. Triche Edit r
Tftms of Subscription $2.oc a yea^
tinter to. at the Potto fine at Uahnvtll
La., as seconu oa*s matter
SATURDAY March 16 » 9 ' 8 1
>n«m- iration* iioiidu.l ->> >"* 01 '
»arTneiUny nvanlng. will I«T overunt ».
««eli following*
n *-ah communication« m««t » 5 « wi tten on
0 oe «Ule of the paper.
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In such C« 9«9
will he tnnrte.
•••Ndwh hihi interesting loc« Items ere re
ject fully nolleUed.
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«• rlijii v.lf, w hen writing to. or onylng good*
run out Kilvei tiseiH, they will simply say
•y a«« tlieli cartlaln tuts paper;
BsUMialieil February 15, 187S !
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àlltertlseiiiont» and auh»cti|itlmil aieool
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fin y IV !■ / K A ND EA S fb P
IN S P. C11A K LI S P A RIS H .
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aV"ti^ilcaUonJen*niattar"ifxiod falth j
oniiniini» étions of personal oliaractor j
s r ëharu 9 « PO S;
The ceremonies of Holy Week in St.
Charles Parish, will be as follows
Palm Sunday, March 24th
1st Mass at Luling at 7:30 A. M., at
Holy Rosary Church, 10 A. M. Solemn
Blessing of ths Palms, followed by the
Procession and High Mass
At 4 P. M, Way of the Cross and Bene
diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Holy Thursday, at 8 A. M., Solemn
High Mass. Procession to the Repository
Stripping of the Altars
At 4 P. M . Sermon on the Institution
of the Holy Eucharist. Singing of the
Siabat Mater
At night, from 9 to 10, Exercise of the
I!o'> H u f
During the day, th~ adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament will be kept by the
members of the Alter's Society and the
league of the Sacred Heart
Good Friday, March 29th, at 8 A. M.,
the following ceremonies, Adoration of
the Cross, Mass of the Pre Sanctified,
at 4 P. M., Way of the Cross
Holy Saturday, March 30th, at 6:30 A
M. Blessing of the Fire, the Pascal Can
dle and Baptismal Water, .Solemn Hi^h
Mas«|
Easter Sunday, March 31st
1st Mass at 7 A. M., sharp
At 10 A. M., Solemn High Mass, Ser
mon on the Feast, Benedicsion of the
Blessed Sacrament
At 4 A. M., at Luling, Sermon and Bene
diction of the Most Blessed Sacrament
On Saturday April 6th, a Mass will be
said at Paradis in order to enable the
people of this place to perform their
Easter duties
The Reverend Pastor extends his wish
vs for a peaceful Easter and calls upon
them the blessings of the Almighty.
May the Lord gloriously risen from the
dead grant to all his graces and favors
and make our beloved parish happy and
prosperous more and more
On Tuesday March 19th, St. Joseph s
day, for the first time in the life of the
parish, the small children will receive
Holy Communion in a body in order to
perform as requested by the mother
church their Easter duty and receive the
blessings of the Lord, who has said, Let
come to me the little ones
NtCROLl G Vi
Last Saturday a< 5 P. M. t M r
Paul Antoine Caillet, aged 67 |
y- ars, d ed sudd nly at bis home
in he pre ence of h s wife, daugb
ter and grandchildren
I)i ceased had successfully rear
ed a family of nine childred. and
was ai his demi^ renting the 01
. N.
,ln;n children of his eldest daug
ter, deceasd
He « -uivived ! his wi 'ow,
Miss Apollontme Dube, 9 chi I
one ui whom is now in the l
ai G eel L<,kes. Ill
7 'he funôial cererr.one^ took
piece at Our Lady of'the R >sary
Chinch, Father William 1 .010 .
officiating
To the family and relatives nc
extend onr sxmpaihetic washes
of «on lolence in this their hour of
bereavement
LIST Of JURORS
hist of Jurors drawn to it rye at the
session of the 28th., Judicial district
Court in and for the Parish of St. Cliar
les, Louisiana, beginning on Monday .the
1st. day of April 1918, to-wit:
Grand Jury
Nos. Names Wards
1 1'. N. Schexnaydre 5
2 Thomas Dufrenay 4
3 J. E. LeBlanc 3
4 James Baudouin 2
8 O/.eme Schexnaydre 2
6 A. Margiotta 2
7 Robert L. Manard 5
h Olidee Cambre 5
9 John Candies 4
10 Kmmett Dasch 4
11 Joseph Perrilloux 3
12 Felix SiuioiK-aux 3
13 Ozeme Keller 3
14 F.d. S. Elliot 2
13 Lezin Landeche l
16 Edward Bourgeois 1
17 S. J. Keller 1
18 P. J. Lorio 1
19 H. T. Lambert 5
20 Frank Christen, Jr. 4
Petit Jury 2nd week
Monday April Sth 1918J
1 Nicolas Wobre 2
2 Luke Troxler 1
3 Sylvestre Gaube rt 2
4 Walter R. Champagne 2
8 August Madere 1
6 W. A. Brady, Jr. 2
7 Frank Roux 2
8 Mims Hebert 4
9 Richard P. Madere 2
10 Joseph Lavergne 2
11 John Robert 2
12 Wiltz Frederick 2
13 Isidor Dufrense 3
14 Achille J. Haydel 1
13 J. B. Nicholas 1
16 Rudolphe Gautlireaux 3
17 J A. Troxler 2
18 Antoine Gonzales 4
19 L. F. Gainnie 5
20 John Fletas 3
21 John Lauve 2
22 Cyril Troxler 1
23 Oliver Troxler 1
24 Harry Oliver 4
25 Philip Templet 2
26 Ludger Rome Jr 1
21 A. L. Keller 2
28 P. O. Oubre 1
29 Walter Bergeron 1
30 Edward Boudreaux 1
A true copy from the original.
y. W. Baudouin,
Dy. Clerk of Court.
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STATE OF LOUISIANA
281 h Judicial District Court
Parish of St Charles
No. 713
John Morrison
vs,
Frank R, Baker
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued by the Honorable 28th Judicial
District Court of the State of Louisiana in
and for the Parish of St. Charles in the
above entitled and numbered case to me
directed. I shall proceed to sell at public
auction to the last and highest bidder on
the premises at Paradis, La., on Satur
day the 30th dav of ;Maich A. D., 1918,
at'll o'clock A. M., the followind prop
erty to-wil:- . . „
1 Surveyors transit, 1 Wagon, 1 Rever
sible disc cultivator, 1 Middle buster, 1
Planet Jr. cultivator, 2 Harrows, 2 Sets
double harness, 3 Blacksmith tongs, 1
Blacksmith anvil, 1 Cross cut saw, 2
Bilge pumps, 1 Garden rake, 1 Funnel
1 Piece log chain, 1 shovel, 1 Blacksmith
hammer, 1 Wagon bed, 1 Adjustable cul
tivator. 1 breaking plow, 1 saddle, 1
small wagon, 1 hay rake 1 fitzer drill
& attachment, 1 engine disc, 1 tarnaulin
1 encrine plow, 1 fitter roller, 1 «tzer
engiredisc, 1 holt tractor 1 engined
disc 1 wagon running gear, 1 wagon bed
Seized to pay and satisfy plaintiff s de
maud and costs in above suit
Leon C. Vial,
Sheriff, Parish of St. Charles.
Sheriff's Office, Parish of St, Charles,
March 14th. 1918
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War Savings Stamps
Will Win the War
ll is the small drops of water that n . ke the
mighty ocean. It is the innumerable : ains of
sand that make the land. It will be the a amber
less quarters that will help win the wn Every
time you buy a stamp you help to ir. .ke the
world safer for you and your children.
$5.00 for $4.14
Remember that you ere not giving Uncle lam this
money. He it simply borrowing it from yr u and will
oey you back with big interest. For every ? 1.14 you
put into stamp« between now end the first of April
you will receive $ 5.00 in cash in 1923 . P. tmernber
yon are helping yourself by saving your ovn money
and you are helping your Government .and your
country. 3
BUY A STAMP TODAY
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NOTICE
||m accordance with the terms of an o r
dinance adopted by the Police Jury of
the Pansii of St. Charles, the Police Ju
ry of the Parish of St. Charles will re
:eive seal proposals for the purchase at
not les* than par and accrued interest of
a certain road bond issue of Seventy
Thousand dollars ($70,000.00) authorized
by road district No. 2 of the Parish of
St. Charles at an election held in said
district on the 27th, day of March 1917.
The bid wall be accompanied by certi
fied cheque to the order of the President
of the Police 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 be credited on bis purchase price or
forfeited to the Parish of St. Charles in
the event of his failure to fulfill the con
ditions of his bid. The cheques of all nn
successful bidders will be returned to
them on rejection of their bid
The successful bidder will be furnish
ed a proper legal opinion as to the validi
dity of the bonds at the expense of the
Parish
All bids must be unconditional and ad
dressed to the Police Pury of the Parish
of St. Charles, Hahnville, Louisiana
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 Satur
day, March 23rd, 1918, at Hahnville,
Louisiana. The Police Jury reserves the
right to reject any aud all bids
JJjjFor any further information concern
ing said bonds or the proceedings lead
ing thereon apply to II. L. Favrot.spec
i counsel, 413 Hennen Bldg., New Or
leans, La.
Presidena, Police Jury
Felicien Lorio.
Frank Schexnaydre
Secretary Police Jury
Parish of St. Charles.
NO . /< E
No burial or n moval of oodies
.'.ill b.. aboued unless aceompan
ed by a burial or removal pp ini»
from the Local Registrar (Post
master) of said District in whiCi
the oeath occured as per ordti>
from 7 'he Louisiana - täte Board
of Health
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Ciiuich Cemetery
No.i.-e
Public notice > ; rreby giv. 11 that
ires^pas>ing. t: iug. trajip ng and
moss picking o all prope ties be
longing to the a, Cypress Lum
ber Co. in*St. Charles is strict!;, j
prohibited, .»n .one caug t on said j
properties wib oe punished to the)
full extent of »be law
t.eo. Cousin
Notice
I . m applying to the Honorable
Po'ice Jury for a permit to oper
ate a bar-room at St. Rose in the
5th ward fer the colored race
'A'ichoias Yiuia
Now is the time for all
men to coire to the swatti.
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s Ceiieu Expenes 500 .e
Pansu tieasuiei ^ 'O.e
School Fund 6.5 jo. u
Expenses Board of
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Road 111 ml, i.
Maintenance of 2 Ben
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cliola: at Hi slate N >1
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Syndic.- Salary 5 " 0 -'
Sergcuiil at arms 100 <
'a my ioi oiling wind
mill N washing tank 60,o
Road Supervisors », 800.1
Election e xpciises 500.11
Parish AuJiuir boo u
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I liereby certify thaï ibe a'oov
Tableau was adopted by llie bom
Jury at the meeting held on the
lay ot Sej t. 1917
F. Schexnaydre
Secretary
ansh of St. Charles Sept, b, 191
ti e-pass n.
Notice
Hunting,'trapping 3"
ire hereby pro»»ibi»eil on prop r
,es of M r. and Mrs. \\ m . C.uicu
To Bankers:
H rite Us for Samples tira\
Prices oh n ur
•SAFE I Y FIRST'
B A N iv CHECKS
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taise Disäsi)
•' After four m oar family had died
of consumwtion 1 was taker, with :
a friplitful rough and Inng trouble, ■
, but my life was ssved an i 1 gamed
187 pounds through, using
Î DR. KING'S i
DISCOVERY
sVV.R I r.ttereon, Wellingtop, Tex
Lpnïct 3r. . 181.40 * T mi om'soio.s
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*Imp wtjut Not ce
No bunal into the cemeteries of
the Ho'y Rosary's Church and desi
Allemands will be allowed un'ess at j
companied by a l".i ial [lermit fiom j
the local Registrar (Post Master j
Hah, vile & Dr? Allem m Is) a? per j
orders fiom the Louisiana State:
Board of He d'h,
\Y. Parrot Pastor
Sexton of the said Ccrnetiies
No'ice
I the undersigned convicted of
manslaughter May 1913 am apply
ing for a parole
Signed, Junius Ricks
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and October. Finance ' ( .'
meets tirst Monday of e ., c !i •'
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In '.oe Parish - » .*
Jury Sessions 1 xt M\,
April, im I Monday j„ '<
Civil Sessions. *nd M u
May. and Monday nÔ'^'d
Li the Parish of St. Charier
Jnr y Sessions, and M.,,,
May. rad .»londay in : y, Vf
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