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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IN A RICH SUGAR MOLASSES_AND
45 Hahnville, Louisiana, Saturday,
MARCH,
RI CE PR ODUCING
30.
COUNTRY
-1918
S 7 . CHARLES HERALD\
Publishea ai Hahnviiu La j"
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
POLICE JURY OF THE PAR
I'H OF ST. CHARLES. HELD
ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH
97th 1918, \T HAHN VILLE.
LOUISIANA.
The Police Jury of the Parish of S*.
Charles met this 27th day of March
1918, at Mahnville, Louisiana, pursuanj
to the call of the President, as the gov.
erniug authority of Road District No. 2
the Parish of St. Charles. Due notice
having been given to all members of the
Police Jury, as follows:
HahnviUe, La., March 23rd 1918.
You are hereby notified that a special
r: .sting of the police Jury will be held
a HahnviUe, La.,on Wednesday, March
'/.h 1918. to convene as the governing
uthority of Road District No. 2 of th e
. a rish of St. Charles, for the purpose of
akin g such steps as may be advisable
looking to the advertisements for the
sale of bonds and the coi.stcuction of
roads in Road District No. 2. You ^are
specially requested to be present
(Signed) F. Schexnaydre
Th-re were present:- F. Lorio, W. A.
Elfer and W. E. Dufrense
Absent:- F. Delaune and J, L- Blouin.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were not read by motion duly seconded
and carried
ORDINANCE
By Mr, Dufrense, seconded by Mr. Elfer
Be it ordained by the Police Jury of
the Parish of St. Charles, as the govern
ing authority of Road District No. 2 of
the Parish of St. Charles, that the Pres
ident of this Police Jury be instructed to
advertise according to law for bids for
the purchase of $70,000.00 of bonds o f
Hoa 1 District No. 2 of the Parish of St.
Charles as authorized at the election
held on March 27th 1917
Be it further ordained that bids be cal.
ed for to be opened on Tuesday, April
30th 1918, at twelve o'clock M. at Hahn
vil.e, Louisiana.
The votes on this ordinance was as fol
lows : - Yeas, Dufrense, Elfer and Lorio.
Nays, None , . .
And the ordinance was declared carried
ORDINANCE
By Mr Elfer, seconded by Mr. Dufrenf.
Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the
Parish of St, Charles, as the governing
authority of Road District No. 2 of the
Parish of Saint Charles, that the Presi
dent of this Police Jury'be instructed to
advertise according to law for bids for
the construction of roads in Road Dis
trict No. 2 of the Parish of St. Charles.
Be it further ordained that bids be called
for to be opened on Tuesday. April 30th
1918 at Ten o'clock A. M. at HahnviUe,
otc 1
on this ordinance was as
follows: Yeas, Elfer, Dufresne and Lorio
Nays, None!
And the ordinance was declared carried.
I, the undersigned Secretary of the
Police Jury of the Parish of St. Charles,
do hereby certify that the above and fore
going is a true and correct extract from
the proceedings of the Police Jury of
Parish of St. Charles of March 27 th 1918
HahnviUe, La. March 27th 1918
F. 'Schexnaydre,
Secretary Police Jury
NOTICE
In accordance with an ordinance of
the Police Jury of the Parish of St. Char
les, acting as the governing authority of
Road District No. 2 of the Parish of St.
Charles, the Police Jury will receive seal
c-,1 proposals for the purchase at not less
than par and accrued interest of seventy
thousand dollars of bonds of Road Dis
trict No. 2 of the Parish of St. Charles
authorized at an election held on March
27th 1917. Bids will be accompanied with
certified cheques by Louisiana Banks pay
aide to the President of the Poiice Jury
for two and one half per cent of thejpace
value of the bonds. The cheque of the
succesful bidder will lie credited 011 his
purchase price or forfeited to the Road
District in the event of his failure to ful
fill the conditions of his bid. The cheque
of all unsuccessful bidders will be return
ed to them on rejection of their bids
The successful bidder wall be furnish
ed a proper legal opinion as to the vali
dité of the bonds
All bids must be unconditional and ad
dressed to the Police Jury of the Parish
of St. Charles, HahnviUe, Louisiaua
with a statement on the envelope that it
contains a bid for the bonds of Road
District No. 2 of the Parish of St. Char
les and the said bids will lie opened at
ten o'clock A. M. in open session, on
Tuesday, April 30th 1918, at HahnviUe,
Louisiana. The Police reserves the rigl t
to reject any and all bids
For any further information concern
ing said bonds or the proceedings lead
ing thereon apply to Graham and Mar
tin, 413 Hennen Bldg., New Or
leans, La.
Presidena, Police Jury
Felicien Lorio.
Frank Schexnaydre
Secretary Police Jury
Parish of St. Charlea,
NOTICE
In accordance with an ordinanc of th*
Police Jury of the Parish of St. Charles,
acting as the governing authority of
Road District No. 2 of the Parish of St.
Charles, the Police Jury will receive
sealed proposals for the construction of
fourteen miles of gravel roads in Road
District No. 2 of the Parish of St. Char
les. The road shall be constructed on
washed gravel and bound together with
road side dirt from the ditches along
said road. The gravel to be placed ou
said road shall be of a uniform thickness
of three and one-half inches by twelve
feet in width. Every bid will be accom
panied by a certified cheque of the bid
der in an amount equal to five per cent,
of the bid, which cheque shall be forfeit
ed to the Road District should the bidder
to whom such contract is awarded fail to
enter the contract required within ten j
days after notice to do so from the gov- '
erniug awarding the work.
All bids will be addressed to the Police
Jury of the Parish of St. Charles, Habn
ville, i/ouisiana, with a statement on the
envelope that it contains a bid for the
construction of roads in Road District
No. 2 of the Parish of St. Charles, and
the said bids will be opened on Tuesday
April 30th 1918, at ten o'clock A. M., at
Halinville, Louisiana. The Police Jury
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids
Specifications for said road construc
tion are on fil» with the Secretary of the
Police Jury
F. Lorio
President Police Jury
Parish of St. Charles.
F. Schexnaydre
Secretary Police Jury
SALE OF FERRIES
Public notice is hereby giveen
that by virtue of the authority vest
ed in me by Section 20 of the Po
lice Jury ordinances I will proceed
tosell at public auction at the Iront
door of the Court house of this
Parish on Saturday May 18th.
lÿig, at the hour of 12 o'cloch m.
to the highest and last bidder lor a
teim of one year from the 201h day
of May 1918
The tight and privilege ot a fer
ry at each of the station named be
low
LOCATION OF Ferries.
Ferry No. 1. Fron, the lo ver limit
of the Parish to Davis Plantation
right bank, and Modoc Plantation
left bank the ferrv station to be
trom the Zerir.gue store, right
bank, to the Rose Plantation lelt
bank.
Fer:v No, 2.From Davis planta
tion right bank, to Ashton planta
tion right bank, the ferry station
to be at the stoie ^of L, Gassen &
Bros right bank to the Destrehan
plar.'rtion , left bank
Ferry No. 3; From Ashton planta
lion rich' bark, to F'laggville right
hank, the ferry -tatio-i to be a>
Flaggville right bank to Ormond
plantation left hank
Ferry No. 4; From F'aggville
right bank to Jacques Rousselle
right bank, the ferry station to be
at HahnviUe right band to prus
p< ct plantation left bank
Feriv No. 5. From Jacques
Rotiselle's plantation right bank,
to Kiilona plantation right bank,
the ferry station to be at the Star
plantation store right bank to the
village of Belletown left bank.
Terms and conditions. Cash or
the spot, in United States Cur
rency, the purchaser to comply
with all regulations of the Police
Jury.
F. Schexnaydre
Secretary Police Jury,
St Charles Parish, March 28, 1918
'BETTER FARMING"
IVt are preparing tor a larger
corn acreage than we have had in
the past, and while we are trytng
to boost production by an increase
acreage, we should remember that
we can add to the yield in several
other ways
Firt. Use better seed if you can
get it. Most Jof our home grown
corn is badly crossed, and shows
a large percentage of nubbins. "If
you must use your home grown
seed, make the best selection po -
sible
Second. Prepare your land thor
oroughly and dont be affraid to go
deep enough with the breaking
plow. A deep, mellow, sead bed
offers the oest chance possible for
the coin roots to fully use the fer
tility of the soil in making as large
a crop as the Soil can p oduce
Third. Plant your corn low, at,
01 near the real levei of the land.
You will produce enough of a
ridge :n the cultivation of the crop
to insure proper drainage, and the
low lying roots will be in a better
position to utilize soil moisture, &
will be ..bie to make a crop of cron
even in a very dry season, and, J
assure you, that a wet season will
not drown out your stand In fact
when such corn is finger high \ou
can consider it sate in Jany kind of
weather
Fourth. Use some fertilizers.
Dollar and a half corn can well
make a profit from good fertilizing
materials, even if you have to pay
a relatively high price for them
Fifth. Practice shallow cultiva
tion. We probably lose more corn
from deep plowing late in the sea
son than we 00 feom any other sin
gle cause. About the only other
pract'ce which can approximate
the deep plowing ^loss is the habit J
which is so common throughout"
the south, namely, too thick a
stand
In thinring out your corn, most
of lands should not have more
than a single staid to every ten or
twelve surface feet Our best land
may support a single stalk every
20 to 24 inches on S'x foot rows
Geo. W Bohne,
County Agent
Not ce
The next examination for teach
ers' certificates will be 'held at the
Court House April 15, t6, » 7 .
(white) and April 18, 19. 20 (ne
£jro)
J. B Mar in.
Supt,
NO TU E
No burial or i.mova! of oodiesj
will be allowed unless accompan
ied by a burial or removal premit i
from the Local Registrar (Post—!
master) of said District in
the death occ ured as per
^tate
which ,
ord rs i
Board
from 71 ie Louisiana
of Health
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Church Cemete y
Notice
Public notice is hereby given that
tresspassing, tiiliing, trapping and
moss picking on all properties be
longing to the La, Cypress Lum
ber Co. in^St. Charles is strictly
prohibiied. wiyone caug >t on said
properties will be punished to the
till! extent of the law
t*eo. Cousin
STATE OF LOUISIANA
28th Judicial District Court
Parish of St. Charlet
No. 713
John Morrison
vsj
Frank R. Baker
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued by the Honorable 28tli Judicial
District Court of the State of Louisiana in
and for the Parish of St. Charles in the
aliove entitled and numbered case to me
directed, I shall proceed to sellât public
auction to the last and highest bidder oil
the premises at Paradis, La., on Satur
day the 30th day of Maich A. D., 1918,
at 11 o'clock A. M., the followind prop
erty to-wit:- ■ ».
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 tanaulin
1 engine plow, 1 fit:er roller, 1 fitzer
enginedisc, '1 holt tractor, 1 engined
disc, 1 wagon running gear, 1 wagon bed
Seized to pay and satisfy plaintiff's de
mand and costs in above suit
Leon C. Vial,
Sheriff, Parish of St. Charles.
Sheriff's Office, Parish of St. Charles,
March 14th. 1918
LIS T OF JURORS
J
List of Jurors drawn to serve at the
session of the 28th., Judicial district
Court in and for the Parish of St. Char
les, Louisiana, beginning on Monday .the
1st, day of April 1918, to-wit;
Grand Jury
.
Nos.
Names Wards
1
P. N. Schexnaydre
5
2
Thomas Dufrenay
4
3
J. E. LeBlanc
3
4
James Baudouin
2
5
O/.eme Schexnaydre
2
6
A. Margiotta
2
7
Robert L. Manard
5
8
Olidee Cambre
5*
9
John Candies
4
10
Emmett Dasch
4
11
Joseph Perrilloux
i
12
Felix Simoneaux *
3
13
Ozeme Keller
3
14
Ed. S. Elliot
*
15
Lezin Landeche
1
16
Edward Bourgeois
1
17
S. J. Keller
1
18
P. J Lorio
1
19
H. T. Lambert
5
20
Frank Christen, Jr.
Petit Jury 2nd week
Monday April 8th 1918J
4
1
Nicolas Wcbre
2
2
Luke Troxler
1
i
Sylvestre Gaubert
2
4
Walter R. Champagne
2
5
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 Dufrens*
3
14
Achille J. Haydel
1
15
J. B. Nicholas
1
16
Rudolphe Gauthreaux
3
17
J. A. Troxler
2
IS
Antoine Gonzales
4
19
L. F. Gainnie
5
20
John Fletas
5
21
John Lauve
2
22
Cyril Troxler
1
23
Oliver Troxler
1
24
Harry Oliver
4
25
Philip Templet
2
1 26
Ludger Rome 'Jr
2
i 27
A. L. Keller
2
J 28
P. O. Oubre
1
29
Walter Bergeron
4
i 30 Edward Boudreaux
1 A true copy from the original.
3
W. Baudouin,
Dy. Clerk of Court.
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,
i
It was moved by Mr. Delaune Sc !
2nd.by M-. Dufiene, that the loi- j
lowing approximated tableau of the j
expenses of the Parish of St. Char-,
les for the current year ending*
June 30th 1918
Sheriff's fees in Criminal
cases $500.00
maintaining prisoners 1.500.00
Sheriff's Salary 2.500.00
Sheriff's Deputy Salary 2,000.00
District Attorney's fees
for convictions 500.00
Coroners salary, 300.00
Justices of the Peace 1,800.00
^Constables 1,800.00
Grand, Petit anti Coroner
jury 1,500.00
Secretary Police Jury, 600 00
Official Journal 600.00
President Board of Health,300.00
Assessor's Commision 2000 00
Assessor's Clerical Expenes 500.00
Parish Treasurer voo.ou
School Fund 8,500.00
Expenses Board of
Health for Infection« and
Contagious diseases 300.00
Road fund, 1.700.00
Maintenance of 3 Ben
Cadets at L. Stave Univer-'
sity, 500.00
Maintenance of 3 Ben ,
scholar at the State Nor
mal School 600.00
Syndics Salary 5 uo -
Sergeant at arms too <
Salary for oiling wind
mill & washing tank 60.00
Road Supervisors 1,800.00
Election expenses 500.00
Parish Auditor boo .00
Jefferson Trust & Savings
Bank 8,000.00
Parish Demonstitor 600.00
<11800.00
I hereby certify that the above
Tableau was adopted by the Police
Jury at the meeting held ou the 6
day of Sept. 1917
F, SchfeXnaydr*
Secretary
Parish of St, Charles Sept, ft, 1917
Notice
Hunting, ^rapping and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties of Mr. and Mrs. Wm . Cadow
To Bankers:
Write Us Jor Samples ana
Prices on Our
•'SAFETY FIRST'
BANK CHECKS
Cox Pig. and Pub. Co., Inc.
727 Poydras.Street, New Orleans.
ILIING DISEASE
"After four in onr family had died
j of consumption I was taken with
I a frightful cough and lung trouble.
J but my life was saved and I gamed
187 pounds through using
DR. KING'S
NEW
DISCOVERY
^\Y. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex- J
„ru un, .«rt tl 00 »T ML OBUOatS.'S
'Important Notice
No burial into the cemeteries of
the Ho'y Rosary's Church and des
Allemands will be allowed unless ac
companied by a burial permit from
the local Registrar (Post Master
Hahrivi'le & Des Allemands) as per
orders from the Louisiana Slate
Board of Health
W. Parrot Pastor
Sexton of the said Ccmetries
Notice
I am applying to the Honorable
Police Jury for a permit to oper
ate a bar-room at St. Rose in the
5th ward for the colored race
A'ichoias Viola
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L. fuoiigitu
O. In t g 1 *
M. Tiuuth
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F., Pol mu
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J. L. biou R
F.alJe'iuUT e
W. Duties
OFFICIAL J /,
Second Congres 4 * or
Member of Cotter' s' 1 ' •
Eighth Sena»or;a 1
State Senator,
Judges ?, h leu
District Attorney L.R.Kiaiv
Parish of St Charles.
Representative J 1 F it
Sheriff & Collector L V
Chief Deputy, H. i j. i\.
Deputy Sheriff K .\ a-i
Clerk & Recorder, ],T. b't
Deputy Clerk 1 A
Coroner I)j. \ |._/iu
Treasurer Wm. 1 . iv
Assessor K A Del r
Registrar j J ,b. ■ d
Official JourjaljiSt. Chants H 1
J ustices of the Pc. . <.
First Ward W. T. i'a"r.
Second Waul \
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward |
Constables.
First Ward
Second Wäret I.,
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Police fini.
Presi,ient ' F, Lone
Secretary ^
i>eigeau 1 at Arms
First Ward
Second Ward
1 hirci Ward
Fourth Waid
Fifth Waid u ,
Meet*, ist J uesetay of cvtrv riuoi't
. , School Board.
President M. L. Guidsy,
.'First Waid
M.G, Beene!
Second Ward,
M- L. Guiclrv
Third Want.
T F. Keilet
Fourth Warth
L, J. Dejeqm
Fifth War,?
A.J .Schexnaydre •
J. B. Mai t a, , )P
Lafourche Basin Levee V
»resident Mi Swar:*
secretary W. j. m, (
Memlifs
A. Champagne, Edgar ]• p
Lemann, Donalsonvii.r«-' '
Lorio, Moberly; R, r, Xs\,
Albemarle; R. lierez
Bend; E. G. Swartv. Lut t<ui • ,
Tiiaggard. Mcdonoghviiie ■ ' <.
V'eri'tÿ, Grelna; J 1.
Bowie 1 he State Boa id l)f
neers compose the enginecrin«. de
partment and the State Tirasinc,
is treasurer of the Board
Régulai meeting OI , >ri . lJfl0
Thursdays of Jannary, At HI f ll)v
and October. Finance Committee
meets first Monday of each mo „ t
at New Orleans office.
Terms of Court
In '.ne Parish of Jefferson—
Jury Sessions ist Monday ,,
April. 2nd Monday in Octobc
Civil Sessions. 2nd Monday G
May. 2nd Monday in Novemh e -
■ n thc Parish of St. Charles
Jnry Sessions, and Monday
May. and .uonday in Novembci
„civil Sessions. JS t Monday
hebruary and Monday ; (1 | v
Parish oi St. John the Baptist -
Jury Sessions, ist Monday n
June 2nd Monday mi December'
civil Sessions Monday in
March 3rd Monday in July
The best of the good ones.
AO the ox peri man*« of the Gov*»
taenu fooé exporta and tbe ath.V%
to 1 **®«*» ai Tale University yrort:
that camel eaters are the
and healthiest. Quaker-Beotrh Get*
elands at tbe head oi the lin ot camé.
foods, k la net only tbe hr t food,
bwi ft'a the cheapest food c u aarfe
Packed in tins it win keep Hweetaaf^
tnah aeyvhere inilaénitair
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