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.PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IN
YQ1. 46 Hahnvilié, Louisiana, Saturday,
A RICH SUGAR MOLASSES AND RICt: PROO UC'N C CO UNTRY.
_ August, 24,
1818 n.
i 7 . CHARLES HERALD
Published ai Hahnviut Zk'j"
Every Saturday
Officiai Journal of the Parish
of St* Charles
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NOTICE
Parish of St. Charles
August 20th, 1918
This is to certify that at a meeting o^
the Democratic Parish Executive Com
mittee hied this day, the following Com
missioners and Clerks and Wathers res
pectively were appointed to serve at the
Primary Election to lie held on Sept.
10th 1918 as follows to wit:
1st Ward
W. O. Brady
Comm
John T. Alollere
"
A. E. I'icard, Jr.
St. Martin Becnel
Clerk
S. J. Keller
Victor K. Hymel
Watcher
2nd. Ward.
Octave Chemiet
Comm.
W. A. Brady
n
Richard J. Vial
n
Richard I*. Madere
Clerk
T. 1>. Keller
n
John Robert
Watcher
3rd. Ward
George Keller
Comm
Ozeme Keller
1 *
Edward Millet

J. E. LeBlanc
Clerk
Isatlore Dufrene
M
Felix Sinioneaux
Watcher
4th. Ward, 1st. Precinct
A. Levesque
Comm.
G. H. De jean
"
E. P. Peyregne
Jos. Damico
Clerk
Chas. P. Sell mill
"
John Candies
Watcher
4th. Ward 2nd. Precinct
Oliver Boyer
Comm
Henry Laque
"
Wilton Barrios
**
Wm. Cadow
Clerk
John B. Pitre
M
T. R. Thompson
Watcher
. 5th Ward
L. F. Gamne
Comm.
J. O. Elfer
"
Chas. P. Bettman
•*
Ignazia Caravella
Clerk
G. Carouia
*•
J. Crespo, Jr.
Watcher
Deputy Sheriff's
1st Ward, J. B. Nicolas
2nd Ward, Theotime Robert
3rd Ward, Louis Maus
4th Ward 1st Precinct. Corbett Savoie
4th Ward 2nd Precinct, L. J. Langley
2th Ward, Edward Weaver
Leon C. Vial,
Chairman
Parish Democratic Executive Committee
ATTENTION
At the request of Mr. George 1
ât Rohne, County Agent the fol
lowing is published for the benefit,
of the people i
Injecting Trees With Chimicals ^
To F revent Diseases and Insects
The question is frequently asked |
it is possilde to inject any chemi- |
cal in a tree that will enter the saj j
streim and Liter pievcm inju y t y
diseases & injects. Frequently men
pass arout <1 the country regions
claiming that they have a substan
ces that will do this and offer it
for saleoi offer to treat the trees
Only recectly such a "one" has
been used on pecans and oranges
in this .State
Injecting chemicals into trees is,
to say the least, a ^dangerous oper
ation. Such treatment is more iike
ly to injure the trees than .'it is to
do them any good and will n t
have any effect on the diseases ant:
,nsects that may affec the trees.
The sa'e of such "cure»" shou'd
be stopped and any nciividual
who is imposing on the people by
selling them su di a "cure" or of
ering to inject trees with such a
substance should be reported to
the State Department of Agricul
ture. baton Rouge La
The substances that is being
used on pecans is reported to con
tain arsenic, Paris Green, Fowlers
Solution. Carbolic acid and other
things, all ot the above are poison
ous to plant life and cannot have
any other but an injurious effect
Mutilation, such as scraping the
bark etc., may also be a part of
of such treatment. Under ordinary
circumstances such injuries to
trees sh mid be avoided. Under
some circumstances when trees are
growing very rapidly, injuries will
teduce (their vitality and caus e
them to set fruit However , as a
general practice, any injury to a
tree than that caused by judicious
pruning should be avoided
Prepared on request of the Dir
ector of Extension Work, La.
by—C. W. Edgerton, Plant Patho
logist, Louisiana Agricultural Ex
periment Station, baton Rouge,
La.
to
ed
er
A.
I
EDWARD J. GAY
of Iberville Parish
Caudidate ffor United States
San a tor
Lack of sugar will enable many
people to learn the delicious flavor
of coffee and tea
CARD
To the many persons who help
ed me in the recent contest, for
the benefit of Our L-ady "V»f the
Holy Rosary Church, I wish to
extend to one and ail my sincerest
1 ,tanks f or their ganerous coopér
a tion. and though I did not get
^ first prize j sli „ fec| very proU(1
0 f my record, which was beyond a
t j, e result of your help
BM
so
the
a
la
or
In
a
and
In
the
ter.
that
ing
will
ene
Again tiianking you,
1 am very gratefully
(Mis*) Clara Kc'ler
PROTECT TOUR CORN
FROM WEEVIL DAMAGE
THI BLACK WEEVIL DESTROYS
LARGE QUANTITIES OF CORN
EACH YEAR
CAUSES IMMENSE LOSSES
Carbon Bisulphide, Properly Uh^
Will Kill «he Weevil and Save
the Corn.
The rice weevil, commonly called
the black weevil, does tha greatest
damage to corn. This insect will at
tack the corn in the field, consequent
ly one must use measures that will re
duce such damage. The only method
of lessening the field ravages Is to
field-select the seed corn in order ta
be sure of getting ears with tight
shuck coverings. The ends of the ears
should be especially well covered as
this also reducea the fis mage of the
cora ear er no*tea boil verm. Plaid
Infested corn should be harvested
earlier than other can. By pulling If
with the shuck on many of tbs wee
vils may be removed. Such corn can
be fed very early or it may he ptaeed
(after shucking) la a very tight bta
and treated with carbon bisulphide
to kill the weevils.
Csrbon bisulphide Is a liquid whleh
passes lato a gas very quickly after
exposure The gas ts inflammable, se
keep lights and fires away. It Is heav
ier than air. |*Mt If shallow dishes
containing the liquid are set upon the
oorn the gas farmed wUl pass down
threagh the earn. It Is necessary that
the gas eome in direct can tact with
the weevils far at leaat 41 minutes to
kill them. This makes It necessary
to use nae pound of carbon bisulphide
for every 1P0 cubic feet of apace la a
tigbt bio. but If It la slightly open the
amount to tue should he two and eae
balf to three times as much. This
fumigating should be done on a warm,
still day, as the weevil begins to hi
bernate at a temperature slightly
below ?• degrees Fahrenheit. All
buildings so treated should be well
ventilated t4 to 48 hours after fumiga
tion. There la no danger of ln]artag
the germination of the corn, provid
ed K Is dry, even by using still great
er amounts than mentioned above.—
A. F. Kidder, Profesaor of
Louisiana State University
HATCH CHICKS EARLY
IN THE SPRING
Many Ross*ns Why This Practice
But
Burly hatching next spring is races
BM 7 if the fieslrsd Increase la produc
tion of poultry is attained. It la also
necessary, during the winter, that
fanners save young hens and pulleta,
so they will be on hand for stoek In
the spring. The stock of poultry hns
been reduced considerably this fall by
a widespread aale, for market, of
young hens and pulleta. Th eve fore, It
la noeeeeary to conserve stock now,
or oltte the shortage may lnterforo so
rlously with the production program.
In view of tho stock shortage, to kill
a good hea now to to reduce the po
tential egg production next year any
where from five to twelve dosea eggs.
Every hatching In the spring will
increase the number and size of fowls
and the number of eggs produced neat
year. It will result In bigger birds,
snd birds that will lay In the winter
Months.
Every farmer is urged to start the
hatching season earlier than usual
next year, elthsr by Incubation or
natural methods, If the hens will alt
earlier.
Tho okfekdns first hatched In tho
opring are tho fig« that are largest
In tho summer, that mature first in
the fall, and that MF gfcge 1° the win
ter. Furthermore th4p are the ones
that will want te alt aarly the follow
ing spring, which. In turn, will hatch
earlier chickens-—and so the cyclo
_ ayß iun t w
will continue. Oa the contrary, chick- I
ene hatched late la the spring do not
mature until so late in the fall that
they will not beeosne winter layers.
They will not sit until late In the next
spiing, snd so another cycle of late
maturing, lato layF ; fowls Is estab
lished.— L. S. Ü. Press Bulletin.
PLAN A ROTATION
OF CROPS FOR HOGS j
(
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENT
State of Louisiana, 28th. Judicial District
Court, Parish of St. diaries
No 819
H.T. Cottani Co. Ltd. vs William Cadow
By virtue of a writ of seizure ami sale
issued out of the Honorable 2Sth Judi
ciai District Court of the State of Louis
iana in anti for the Parish of St Charle
tu the above entitled and nundiered ease
bearing the date of Juiv Stli 1918, to me
directed I shall proceed to sell at public
auction without appraisement to the last
and highest bidder at the front door of
the Court House on Satnrdav August
31 st 191S, at 11 o'clock A. M., the follow
ing discrib-d property to-wit -
A certain lot of ground situated in the
village of Paradis, in the Parish of St.
Charles measuring One hundred zinl
fifty feet front on the east end of res r>-a
tion No. 2. by a depth of two litimlr d
and twenty feet more or less, be*ween
Fonda ami Broadway Streets, said lot
being hounded on the east hv property
f Alonzo l'itre Sr., and on the west by
that of II. C. Snell, acquired by the said
William Cadow by purchase from J. F.
Funk on the 15th day of Septcmlier 1914
Terms and conditions cash on the spot
Leon C. Vial
rsiieriff. Parish of St. Charles
Sheriff's Office, l'an h of St. Charles,
July 24th 1918
No. 822
Twenty-Eighth Judcial District Court
Parish of St. Charles, State of Louisiana
Succession of Mrs. Marie Polymnie Fril
oux, widow of Rosemond TroxlerJ
Whereas, Mrs. Josepha Troxler, wife
of Joseph Clement Tticlie has petitioned
this Honorable Court for letters of ad
ministration on the estate of the late
Mrs. Marie Polymnie Friloux, widow of
Rosemond Troxler deceased, intestate
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern to show cause within ten
days, why the prayer of said Mrs. Jose
pha Troxler, wife of Joseph Clement
Triche petitioner, should not be granted
By order of the Court
I. T. Baudouin, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Parish of St. Charles
July 18th, 1918
No, 629
Twenty-Eighth Judicial District Court
Parish of St. Charles, State of Louisiana
'Succession of A. V. Caillet
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of this estate and to all other persons
herein interested to show cause within
ten days from the present notification
(if any they have or can,) why the sup
plemental account presenten by P. Ar
mand Caillet, administrai should not Ik
homologated and approved, and the
funds disributed in accordance therewith
By order of the Court
I. T. Baudouin, Clerk
Clerk's Office, Parish of St, Charles,
July 18th, 1918
Prentice E, Ediiugton Jr
LAWYER
409 Whitney
ßuilding
NEW ORLEANS
NOTICE
No burial or removal of ondies
will be allowed unless accompan
ied by a burial or removal premit
from the Local Registrar (Post
master) of said District in which
the death occured as per orders
from 7 "he Louisiana Atate Board
of Health
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Church Cemetery
créai# the number hog?» on every
farm. For the average email farmer
I ho *' P° u,tr F offer the most effec
Ure "r 1 "* of increaeing the meet out
at ,n n * ar future.
In planning for increased hog pro
duction. it should not be forgotten
that In order to do this profitably
there must be ample food supply to
keep them In good conditl >n. It has
been found by frequent démonstra
tions that the cheapest wav to produce
pork Is by furnishing a rotation of
j iood pasture crops
( Write to the Experiment Station,
Louisiana State University, for plans
of crop rotations for hogs that have
given the best rseulta.
I .
j Sheriff's fees in Cninim l
cases
maintaining
It w:-s moved 1 y Mr, De'aune
and.by M r . Dufrene. that the fol
lowing approximated tableau«)! th«
expenses of the Parish of St. Char
les» for the current year ending
June 30th 1918
1 fees in Criminal
$500.00
V. 500.00
2, S<)(> .00
2.000 .00
500.00
300.00
1.800.00
1.800.00
irisouers
Sheriff's Salary
Sheriff's iJepity Salary
District Alt« rney's fees
tor convictions
Coroners salary,
^Justices of the Peace
^Constables
Grand, Petit and Coroner
jury > ,500 00
Secretary Police Jury, 600 00
Official Journal 600.00
President Board of Dealt 11,300.00
Assessor's Commision 2000 00
Assessor's Clerical Lxpenes 500
Parish Treasurer 7 -)o.o.>
School Fund 8.500.00
Expenses Board of
Health for Infections and
Contagious diseases 300.00
Road fund, 1.700.00
Maintenance of 2 Ben
Cadets at L, Stan- Univer.'
sit y,
Maintenance of 3 Ben
scholar at the Suite Nor
mal School
Syndics Salary
Sergcaii.t at arms
Salary lot oiling wind
mill St washing tank
Road Supervisors
Election expenses
Parish Auditor
Jefferson Ti ust & Savings
Bank 8 000.00
Parish Demonsti tor boo.00
500.00
600 00
500.00
3 00 OO
60.OO
I.SOO.OO
500.00
60 O .OO
$, 4 1S00.00
I hereby certify that the above
fabieau was adopted by the Police
Jury at the meeting held on the 6
day of Sept. 1917
F. Schexnaydrr
Secretary
Pqrish of St. Charles Sept, b >917
Notice
Hunting, trapping and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Cadow
To Bankers:
If rite Us for Samples ana.
Prices on Out
"SAFETY FIRST,
BANK CHECKS
Cox Ptg. and Pub. Co., Inc,
727 Puydras Street, New Orleans.
LUNG DISEASE
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 was taken with
a frightful cough and lung trouble,
but my life was saved and I gained
87 pounds througu using
DR. KING'S
j NEW I
(DISCOVERY
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11. Patterson, Wellington, Tex
~ltCk SOc «rd 4).00 »T ALL ORUGCIo
1
"Important Notice
No burial into the cemeteries of
the Ho'y Rosary's Church and ties
Allemands will be allowed unless ac
companied by a burial permit from
the local Registrar (Post Master
Hahnville & Des Allemands) as per
orders from the Louisiana State
Board of Health
W. Parrot Pastor
Sexton of the said Ctmetries
Notice
The next examination for teach
ers'certificates will be held at the
Court House July 29, 3 », 31,
)white) B and August 1,2. 3 (ne
i K ry )
J # B.^Martin,
CILICIA I.
Jj\ I i
Second Con pression a I Di-.'.M'
Member ot Congress H.G Dim' - '
Eighth Senatorial Disr.ic*
State Senator,
Judges J.F F Dur y
District Attorney L, R.Rivaroe
Parish of St Charles.
Representative J CK»nvrl
Sheriff & Collector l..< V 1
Chief Deputy, H D. K
Deputy Sheriff K M.
Clerk & Recorder, JT I . u lo m
Deputy Clerk
Corot. er Pr \\ ! e., utn*
Treasure? »1 ; j,ss .1
Assessor : • 1 01 ot
Registrar , '! j ; . douin
Official Journal,. F t. 1 1 . 1rs He
Justices of the Peace.
Fiist Ward IV. T\ Patters« n
Second Ward A L. Morgici
Third Ward () t r
Fourth Ward M. lian' 1
Fifth War.l^ H. O. Weair
Con siabies.
First Ward
Second Warn L 1 . (.
Third Ward
P Bn don it;
1 p 0 • ■ ■
Fourth Ward
Fifth Ward
Police
President
Secretary
Sergeant at Aims
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward
Fourth Waid
Fifth Watd
k. M.
11 >•
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Meets
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F .• LV.'t L. : C
W. Dulir c
W.A i'll- ;
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School Board
President ^
L G.uicUv.
Fi r.si
Watt;
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Beene, 7 ;
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Lemanu, Dofjafsi>uy,f!f.. p
Lorio, Mubeily; R, ( yj
Albemarle; R. , hérex
Bend ; E. G. Swam |
Thaggard. Aicdo.»..g| lV , ; j,..
Viering, Gretna; J. y « v . '.
Bowie The State Buanj
neers compose the engj„ e , l in .; f ,
partment and the State
is treasurer of the Board r é "
Régulai meeting U|1 * s
Thursdays of Janna.v / ,0 ''
and October. Finance ' "
meets first Monday ot - " 1
at New Orleans office.
Terms of Court
In tne Parish of Jefferson-.
Jury Sessions tst
Apr' 1 , and Monday in Octof )c
Civil Sessions. — ■ -- cror ' c
May.
■fnd Mond » v
Jory
Mav.
civil
Sessions. 2nd
Mid .»loiid iy it.
Sessions.
and Monday in v_.
'n.l;. Paris,.
Monday
Novelle,
Itbruary „„j
P»r,»l. c St.
Jury Sessions. , SI m,.,,
June »nd Mon a
civil Sessions ,
March jrd Mo,.«i
H»nd
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Monday
July
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triuner. ef Y ek Unjverv y
that emtml tuten: fae ^ .
healthiest Quaker-S«y,o i, c ntJ
•tanda at the head «,f the list o f c t'
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