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Pràctiees in the Parishes cf St, John
St Charles and Jefferson,
ERA'S K T. PYAXL.
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I POLICE JUPY PROCEEDINGS.
AN* OBDINAN-'K \1 XU TÜR ST. j
lT!.'.i;u:s dUaiNaui: bii-i'UK t 2 . |
iiiD 11 .Av 1 . ■ 1 . tu.itl n lUajoiitJ »I the !
11 !,*..* * < ^ Initiier» \\ i t ii 111 tin . n.i tnni'iti- !
afv't ih*si*ii'' •(!. ii.iv • jn-tiii-i '<] ilie fioliu*
Jurv i t' tlm l'.ui'ii ni St. t Irirli'«. 1 -■ • 1 . »I
in m.itn it ! h n iUr,;.-.- l'i>tiirt. 11 a.hr |
ii,,. provision*. ''I A*t :17 "Î 'Im Lrgis'a
r: ri ,,f .Ii** Mit.r o, i,..uisi:ina. as atm nii'i!
'for tlm jiar into, am! \itinl" -SI of tin
I'mistiimioU 'f tlm State of l.olllsiaua. as
.iineqil''J. and,
WHKItKAS. more than a majority of the
fahl prom : iy lioaleis liMVi petitioned the
retire Jury 'of tin l'arich of St I'liai'h-a
to appoint as tueutln rs of the said Board
j of Urainap' i oniaiissioimrs. certain desig
i mited eiiiz.'iis and property tax payers of
I (aid designated urea, and
WllIèüKAS. it i» deemed an advantage to
paid section of. ottr 1 'arisii. Unit it shall
• nj,iv the privileges provided bÿ said Act
t 317 of the l.egislatmi' of Dmisiaua. for
, ItUO. as amend'd, amt Art. 2 Al of the t on
I si, tit inn of the State Of Louisiana, as
I amended :
, Wunftl'I OUI". on motihn of MK Klf.-r. |
I j.iiv ........ .1 iiv Mr. I'uftvne. it is ordained |
I t.v 'ihv 1 'oli • 'jury of the Parish of St.
I 'hartes, Mate of L. id-inna. that Uie St.
1 .1 harles , I u aitiage Umtr.ct No. 2 . !"•' am!
j tin* sitiuP is li« r«*!• y <ti«I und "i£i ri 1 d.
11 ni] t lia t i:< lM.un<!iiri''S i»»' r.ti. i Mi y uro
hereby fixed «hfl desigurted a» follow»:
lVjfinn!« \ rt the inier-ee,inti ol Hie hast
• Hank of Ui'arul Bayou «'aa.-.i, in Seet!"ii l !, :
T. 1 Ô S.. U. if. and He North Bank ol
Black i'linen Bayou : thence
Sentht'nsterly, following the in. and* rings
of tilg said north bonk of Black I'riuce
I 'Bayou, and Bayou des Allemands to Its
r intersection with fite division lit." h"tw.,n
! Se< tious 38 and 40 , Tp. 15 S. il. -I I- ,
! thence . , 1
NortbJas-trriy along said division line.
I and along the m stern heututery line j<r
. the Beröard Martgnj K . tit. O U.
I '.ft B. No. ill Tp«. Io and it. b- K - 1
forming I»c the western t'oundary lute
,nsei ittivi tv. of Scetioii« 37 'u T. Io S. B.
- ' '. K t\ ho to
north boundary
fine of Section '-"J. T. 14 S. It *J 1 K : iifuce
Westerly along tlie said north boundary
,f Scetioii 22 . tile north boundary of Sec
tions ill, 2 d and U». eonsecut ively. in I.
H s K, o; R. to tim Bange line, and con
tinuing westerly, along the forth him ot
Sections 24 nhd 23 , ln ' 1 . 14 S. B. -•* *-. to
Us intersection with the north pro ongft
T Ion Af the East bank of the St. Cliaries
Municipal lirainage District Nh. 1 w
Boundary Panai, kfcowu ks the I aradis
Canal: thetce , . .
Southerly along the sfltd east hank of
! fiouhdary Canal to Crahd Bavoii < anal.
I r.r.d continuing along tlih east .'.ink ot
, t trund B 'you Canal to thh jdflce ol hegin
! ning: comprising 1 n all, 1 .» 2 .. 2 . nry*.
I more "i les», acmrding to tli" goveiriment
1 pl.ii .5 atfd otfher data, nil in St < ç tries
: ii j »h Seite ef l.ouisiana. and all as
I shown a tiie mAp attached hereto, and
I niiuii' m iisiri h» « w f. „
1 All as morn ftillv r.pp*'aV« a niap ni
j ,t„. said -, < 1 ,arh » Drainage lu tri. ; S».
! 2 hied w il h the Secretary of this * <'-'f
J .Turc, marls ! 'St. Charles Drainage I s
! tii*-L No ■> " for id, atifl-ution. and who h
( map »lall be kept in the archives el this
i 1 l ' It IsfiirVtlM rodaiti'd by the I''dice Jury
1 Vi'f the Parish of ST. Charles. Ismistriia. that
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aid *Draihrtttc. District, skull include all uf
i tin' lands vitiiiii tli.* sliid limits, arid that
I tbii* lerritbrv sh.ill constitute " ni1 "v «
drainage dtHHct, to l,ç knwn a« tlv- Ft.
I t 'hartes Drainage District No. y atiil that
I Die said nrainnge District as thin* organized
and constituted." b. mid if is h 'l'' ph 5 n Jj v :' r '
all of tile powers necessary, under and t>>
Virllie of tDr terms and conditions as sot
forth in Article 2 S 1 of the Constitution of
the Slat 1 ' ,,f Louisiana, as amended, and
Vet 317 of Die Legislature of the M ite of
Louisiana, for the year 1 T 0 as amended,
i and. the said Drainage lMstiiet as thus >on
■ stitt,led by ordinance, is hereby given a l
of the powers necessary to carry into < frett.
the work of drainage and rec :,njation of
the said Drainage District, incident to it«
1 .,I,) n eunfornity with the Constitu
tion and laws of the State of Louisiana, on
{he sm.iect. and that it shall possess am
eninv all or *ti, ; pytvtrs gnuie'd by said
fdither the Police Jurv
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and
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iXX the B-od Of'oommlssi.-uvr»
die «nid si. rinrics lirnlnage pi-triet js
i'oiiee' Jurv''"/"th*: Biui«b tf ' sT. rharl^
{.ottlsinna.'tmiiiT the provision of Act 31 • thp
of the Lesisialnve of the State of I,cmi»r j
ana for IftIO a« amended, is anthoriZ'il (
t" appoint. ..... said It H B 11 reh. ll for a ,
dorm "f four « 4 » v. tirs, tin ...id Kraste \ id
rine. for a term of two ( 2 ) year«, nnd tin.
«cid D. A. McKinley. for a term ,jf tN ' .
12 I years* this ^election „J.V' l ^ t H' n Ülß the St I
It is fdither ordained by the Police Jurv
of M " P- -1 -h of «f. Charles. Louisiana, that
tha st. Charles Dn'fige i>o 2 . as
thus o—'ni.-ed end eonstltuted. he hereby
authorized to levy taxes in ur indebted
ness. hold tlm necessary elections rout.act
obligations, sue and lie sued, and do nnd
ncr re mi all the acts incident and necessary
t" , arrv on tho work of drainage and re
.lulming the land within i'Ç limit» oui
/orniing strictly therein, with the ter 01 ^
and gcUcgl laws ot 'Wi State, and "f
Ar'ticfe 2 ki , l the fonstitiition of the State
of icuisiana. as, amended.
, It Is fnrtliee ordained fis the l otie.. 4 pr>
-if tho Ma.Nh of ?*1 Gruil'b*«. [j
,iUpûs iftuL. -Klnb^'clU
Vfiirii « . nnd f». A. MtKïnU».
«cas ot Die *tnte of Louisiana. a"d tax
liav rs of th St. <'harles Draliiijge Distrut
V«! 2 . lie and they are hereby elected to
inemlii
for the «mu »-i. *•*"■'- ......-,
K'o. 2 . as the tliree commission,u-s th.,. tn
. . Jury
Louisiana,
.... of 1 'ommis
Tifaitiage Dis
I.v the property bolder»
Chari'*« Drainage District No.
It is further ordained hv the I <dl<
! of the Bari «h of Ml. Charles
that the domicile of the Board
1 sinners for the St. i'harli
l I riet No. 2 - 1
> fixed fit St:' mar!' ... -
mils . f the said Draina g'* iostnet. as pro
vid.-d bv taw. fid that the Beard of Com
missioner« for the said St. Ciarles Drntn
I,.!e } «strife No. 2 , shall hold it» Hr «t on id
ing at this domicile on the Jti.tii day Qt
April. 1018 .
and the «ame t- ' lu re' y ;
S tHemcnt. within the !
' The roll'was rolled on the f'-regoing ordi- ,
Dratn- .
Yeas- Delaunts IHtfrene, Jilfcr and Lorie (4) , of
Navs-Ncnc |
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Absent—Mr. Bio,tip. . . b ;
been* adopted- 1111 "" * 1
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I hereby o rtlfv ihnt The above la a troe
copy of un ordinance adopted by
y , f St Ciitr 'cs 1 *:trtHi. Lmtisiana. at
tuol. regular «('««ion he'd Tuesday. April 2
l"ts. at v.-iiieh a <|iiorwtr. v> "« ,i'e»ent. and
,,f the pi an nliac'ied (*> flu* pe'itien.
Witness my » v'' 1 re officially at llahu*
yiile, i-a., tills April 2 . '« ( lfj EXN - AV nnE.
Secretary 1 'olteu Jury.
(SEAL)
t hrroi.y , ■'!tifv tlmt the above and f.ue
f'Uf IÏO ' Tur
Lh 'of St. < hat- *, l-a.. ArD<VT A,
Deputy Clerk and Kecordcr
(SEAT.)
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Another good way for the bride
1 to tell when the hopeymoon is 1
I. . , L, h « 01 n »
fiver is to notice when lie D_un„
kissing her like she w,.s hot soup
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When a mill sits around and!
si"hs for sofpethinK to ^ or ^ |S !
Zn „and fwW \ <. buy Liber-i
( y bonds there is spfliettlihg Wong ,
with Ids pp-arçlpi^tifip. to : put H j
lightly *
Whenever yaq find -t impossible j
- v o teft twiAs apdfL Wll to *i
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America's Greatest Cereal Crop
Is Now Moving to
Market.
MAINSTAY IN NATION'S CRISIS.
Surplus Wheat of the United State»
Has Been Sent to Famine Threat
ened Europe.
AYnerie.i's prfnt cr-rn crop, exetaert
lng ;;.ti;MTOfiO.(„«K) bushels, v ill save tho
werhl a food r it nation, afiidtiis of the
Cm tod States loud adiuiaiatraitou be
lieve.
Com !s the nation's best food cereal,
housewives are Beginning to realise.
It contains all the elements needed to
keep the hotly in a state of health and
when used according to the scores -:f
tried recipe», especially when com
bined with an added portion of oil or
fat, will sustain life Jiuieüuiteiy. In
dian warriors in colonial days lived oil
parched coni alone for many days at a
time, and at Valley Forge parched 1
com \<'as at titnes the sole ration of 1
the Continental soldiers.
Owing to transportation difficulties
caused by 'he tVur the corn crop moved
more slow' y to market this year than
ever before. Now, however, the cereal j
is reaching tho millers and consumers. .
In the un .ntifne the nation'* surplus j
wheat has been sent to Europe.
Today there are approximately 30 j
bHshels of corn for every American. (
Tills quantity is greater by live bush- |
els than In former years.
Corn h ;s become the nation's main- j
stay in the crisis of war.
.lust r.s this cereal srvefl tlm first
American colonists from famine on J
ninny occasions, just as it £?*-r ^ a •
stuple food during .he War of 1 ' < Lev- j
olution i.nd during the Civil War, Fing
Corn has again come to tl«e front in
the nation s battle witn autocracy. I
Corn meal is finding greatly lncreas- !
e<1 use in the making of ordinary white 1
bread. Hundreds of housewives ami j
many of the larger bakers are raising J
20 per cent, corn meal with wheat ;
flour to make leavened bread. This
kind of a mixture is worked and baked ,
in the same recipes and with the same i
methods that apply to straight wheat
bread.
Corn bread—using com meal eni'rc- '
1 Is— iS gaioing a greater popularity j
th.ui cf er before. Housewives are j
comirg'to reali/.e that every pound of j
wheat saved in aiji*? 1 'V" P'vooe p pvve- 1
of wheat released for shipment to the
nations with which America is assocl* I
ated *»» the war. i
There are a score of corn products I
tliftt today possess unusual importance J
for Americans. Corn syrup for sweet
ening corn cakes and buckwffieat cake»
and for use in the k'icheo instead of
granuiatc-d sugar is one cf the leading
products made from corn.
Cpni oil. excellent for frying and for
every other purpose filled by salad oils,
js n pp 0E iing on the market in large
Quantities. It com-s from the gem at
• thp corn.
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Canada is also having trouble with |
lies calculated to
Made-in-Gcrmnny
hinder Canadian food conservation ne
cording to un official statement ro
celved from the Canadian food con
troller by the United States food ad
ministration.
Th
of the same general character as tboM
the United States food administra
filtration. t
L'he stories bothering Canad* are ,
the same general ctarictera 'hose , ;
Uie LTlueu Diuiea
tor recently denounced in Ülis eoun
try, such as the ridiculous salt and !
Blueing famine fakes aufl the report
govern ment would seize
that the „
housewives' stocks of home canned
goods.
The Canadian food controller estl
mates that when the people listen to
and pass on such stories, each one
has the power of destruction that lies
In a battalion of soldiers.
"Stories without even a vestige of
foundation have been scattered broad
cast," said the Canadian stuiei'.—ut.
"Nor have they come to life casually.
They have started simultaneously !n
different parts of the country aud in
! each Instance he re been calculated to
! arouse public Indignation.
i "They are Insidious, subtle, pcrslst
: ent. Hit by bit they dissipate public j
! trust, the great essential in the work .
oJ , IOO(1 c0nxr ol. j
1 "it lie* with every Individual to for
hear from criticism; to refrain from j
p a8glng on the va?ra nt and harmful
story, °Hnd thus the more effectively !
to co-operate in work which IF going j
to mean more than the maJliRty of ,
ng
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people yet realize."
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There Is no royal road to food
coneervation. We can only ac
complish this by the voluntary
action of our whole people, each
element in proportion to its means
It I# a matter of equality of bur
den; a matter of minute saving
and substitution at every point in
the 20.POC.000 kitchens, on the 20,
000.000 dinner tables, and in the
2,000.000 manufacturing, whole
sale and retail establishments ef
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Inve si \our
Coupons in
War Savings Stamps when you cut them
from your Liberty Bonds on May 15tn.
Return your interest to the government
for further prosecution of the war and
get compound interest on your.money's
are worth S4.16 this month. Get^hsCCf'
from your postmaster or bank.
TUi» Space 1* Donated by
PENICK & FORD
/ F B. WILLIAMS
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NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given
that • respassing, him' ng fishing
t trapping and moss picknig is strict
, prohibited of Ell,ngton. Fried-!
, ; n ^ r ,. ui , <( , ne p ?ns |
under penalty of the law
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Hunting, trapping gnd trespass,
ng are hereby prohibited on the
property of Estate Mrs . A. Gassen
Layons Gassen,
Agent
DELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS,
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j com muibns that has recently heim
; revt-ed aud used with unusual succeie
j in spverai of the larger New York hv
i tels: Tn make three an(l a half dessen
I muffins take one quart milk, six ounces
, butter sulistltute, twelve ounces of
I light syrup or honey, four eggs, pinch
of sait, two ounces baking powder,
one end a half pounds cornmeal and
one and a half pounds rye flour. The
i burter and ?yrup should be thoroughly
' mixed; then add tho eggs gradually
f Pour In the milk and add the rye flour
1 mixed with cornmeal turd baldng ne w
Hut
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Huroc Jttr^ys Registered & Hi
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troc Jerseys graded,
Go()rI(uux Co Ltd.
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Notice is hereby given that the
Finance Committee of Police Jury
j of th ' 4 Parisn ot St. Charles will
meet m every -Saturday previous
1 the regular meeting to approve
I bills and yny bills received latter
j than tiiat day will be laid ovgr to
the next regular meeting
F. Sphexnaydre,
Secretary,
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NOTICE
n uhlip notice is hereby given i
ii t urting. trespassing and moss j
j rkiut. .s piohibiled on the foi- !
ri'i'.q property j
The prooerty of Louisiana Delta
Ltn l Company Qr on properly of
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i."* -j Delta Lands Co.
VV. D. Moore
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free search-"
•«* ^.teiiraloTiry. orTUHES
PATu.fT» B.U'h® i h" . wlmt to ne
you. Ourfr<* Write today,
and mv you *
PA t £ • ■
L 303 Seventh St
NOTICE
! Dublic Notice is hereby given
! that hunting, trespassing and moss
j picking is prohibited on ihe follow
j ing property
) The property of Nick Laque
! Detter known as Fred Ludingier,
on Magnolia Ridge
W. L. Laque
NOTICE
HUNTINGJand TRAFF/NO i
strictly prohibited on the lands o
this Company, Trespassers will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the
aw
Louisiana Meadows Company
NOTICE
Public notice is hereby given
that trespassing, hunting, tistmig,
trapping and moss picking is strici
lv prohibited on property
Estate P. J, Seller under
of the law
Ri J, ielier
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Not ii
notice
:ce ,s hereby given
Hunting and Ticspassing is , n >si
fvely prohibited unjei
tl,C ldW 0:1 properties ol
Mrr. Jos Lafatlle.
th
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penalty of
Mr j*
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V 5 p.'iss;ng. hunting and trap
j Ping are he.«by prohibited 0n ,
j properties .»w«ed ^ ^
J Wta. Lussar,
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Trespassing, h.mtiag and wood
euttipg on my premises is st, ctiv
prohibited. Any violations w „| bs
punisited apconLng to Jaw
Mrs VV -H. Jinney
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Non.. L.
HquUng, UstiM.g, uapping ami
uespossiiij. ate stiiCLiy piuiiibiVeil
on tue ptopeuics ui u,c csUit U l
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A*»«, H.L.You
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\nyone fomlliik »
Jckljr aN. er:
vcTition is
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rail notice, irdhfiu»
SO YEARS*
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