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COUNTRY.
RICt PRODUCING
AND
VIOLASSES
RICH SUGAR
SATURDAY
21 .
September.
PUBLISHED EVERY
46 Bahnvilie, Louisiana, Saturday,
S 7 . CHARLES HERALD
Published ai Hahnvuxt La
Mery Saturday
'uiétt Journal of the Parish,
éj St • Charles^
Editor
T f rm% of Subscription $ 2.00 a year
Entered at the Postofhcc at Haknvill
La., as second ciass matter
SATURDAY Sept. 14 ! 9 l8
mm' .cation* ,.*n<l«<l 11
rroi1t»«»'tfty evening, will !»T over
«eek following
ov ah cf*mniunlc»tion» must be wl-.tten on
o«c side of the paper.
**-Tn«<f«ll name and artdrea* ot *•}• " rl
terniust accompany .me ii *1 faith
no publication, but ara matter of gcofl taitn
Ooiimmiiir.atione of peraonal cliaraoter
mil »intltereeoKniaed.nn'ese '®" po -
artles In sucti ca««» * charge
•f.ftti ü i|Uiti'i will be mart«.
of
*#-\H W8 ami inte.-eatliiK loca items are re
'»ectfn lysoll"ited.
0 M oUK KKM»«KK CAN HELP J*
' featiy, If, when writl..* to. or ouyln* .«"??•
ron oui mivertiaerH, tliey will »Imply *ay
ay saw tliell canlstu thlspaper _
BatatillHliert February 15, 1878
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«•'*( 0 « *C«cn '«i™oqn«'W Insertion, fifty
''"itipe' acb tioo.oo
0 n comm" I one year - * " (
tfae-eaif cel*».»®*« year -
Uoe iintrWTtolm»« t'«» T«*t • *
mat carda one year • • * 10,0
litrertlaementa and subacriptlone areool
.lectalueliifarlabiv In advance
CHURCH Nh IVS
The patronal feast of tlie Holy
Ro-arv's Church will be Celebrat
ed on Sunday Octobei 6ih. The
Rev« react Pastor invues all his
parishioners to attend the services
ou this day
,vt w) A. M., Solemn high Mass
Sermon on Holy Rosary. At 4 P.
M., Exposition of the Most Bless
ed Sacrament, Holy Rosary's de
votions, Brnedicti on
The Rosary will be said every
morning in October at 7 o clock
mass and every Sunday of the
mouth, at 4 P- m - » exeicises of the
Holy Rosary followed by the bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament
The Cathechism class for child
ren to be admitted to the .Solemn
Communion will begin on Satui —
day October lath at 3 P M
The Pastor invites the parents to
send the children regularly. He in
tends to have a large class for ihe
beginning and so to be able to as
sure the Christian and moral edu
caton ot the children
Die parents are supposed to
know the dioceson regulations a
bout Holy Communion. The child
re» must have completed their
tenth year before January ist to
bt admitted to communi-n provid
they shall have attended the ins
truction for two years
However, this year, all the chi|
dreii ten years old. provided tney
follow regu'arly the instructions
will be admitted to the solemn
communion
In order to
the small
children fo» - their easter dutv and
/consequently to the private com
munion which will occur in Lem
on St. Joseph's feast, the parents
are invited to teach their chMdrer.
the first principles of our holy ben
eniciion, to make them learn thr
ppyers, t> teach the manner of
m-'king a good confession and to
explain to tnem some questions a
br.ut the Blessed Sacrament of
Holy Euçh^riït wljigh tfcey b-.ye
fec.ivç
LIS T OF JURORS
List of Jurors drawn to «erve at the
session of the 28th., Judicial district
Court in and for the Parish of St. Char
les, Louisiana, beginning on Monday the
14th, day of October 191S, to*wit:
Grand Jury
Names
Nos.
1
(
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
J. I. Dufrene
A. K. Hubert
T. B. * Sellers
Philip Friloux
Walters Ochmand
J. W, Champagne
V. E. Hymel
U. J. Keller
Marcelin Zeringue
Olidee Cambre
Geo. Keller
P. J. O'Brieu
Jos. P. Baudouin
J. P. Lawson
Jos. Cassaly, Jr.
O. H. Shelton
C. P. Bettman
Prudent Candies
R. L. Schexnavdre
C. P. Schnull
Petit Jury 2nd week
Monday October 21st 1918
J. S. Barre
Ben, Boudreaux
Adam Clouate
G. H. Dejean
Edward Millet
Marcel Durapau
Kemmett J lasch
Joseph Zeller
Joseph Vial
W. N. Kugler
A. Levesque
George Robert
Ernest JZeringue
J. M. Ourso
Icar Hvniel
Abe Walker
George Kugler
Z. L. Perrilloux
Felix Iielsom
N. V. Candies
A. Zeringue
Antoine Gonzales
L.'rien St. Amant
1 uke Keller
Iw .-.se Lorio
F. X. Madere
Victor Landrv
Neo Gendron
J. L. Perrilloux
Atnedee Robert, Jr.
Petit Jury 3rd week
Monday, Obtober 28, 1918
F. Friloux, Jr.
Albert Blanchard
Felix Simoneaux
Louis Brady
John Triche
Raphael Bonnamore
P. N. J. Bossier
Camille Gauthreaux
Sidney Millet
Albert Kinler
Joseph Hebert
Chas. Desroche
P. A. Caillet
Louis Lauve
St. Martin Becnel
Wilfred Zeringue
Louis Bye
Chas. Gourgues
Frank Friloux
Mathurin Matherne, Jr
Eltno Thibadeaux
Hermogene Lavegne
Albert Vicknair
William Brown
Chas. Boudreaux
J. L. Schexnaydre
Jules Kelier, jr.
Alcide Robert
George Friloux
, Robt. P. Mire
A trne copy from the original
I. T. Baudouin,
Clerk of Court
Wards
3
LET COTTAGE CHEESE
TAKE PUCE Of MEAT
Tbl« Dish Is Eoonsmlcsl, Whslessms
and Dslicious.
"Let cottage cheese reptaso 1
meat pound for pound and extend
eggs, where they are scarce, if you ;
would economise in your war means,"
says Mrs. Virginia R. Baton, cottage
cheese specialist, Lo uis ian a State Uni
versity "It furnishes a convenient
and economical way to Utilize skim
milk aB a human food. One peund of
cottage cheese furnishes ss much pro
tein. more mineral (except iron) and
almost as many calorlsa as one pound
of lean meat, or a dosen egg», »ad
cor*.s about half aa much.
"In thia food emergency aklra milk
should be used to furnish the greatest
amount of human food aad none should
be wasted. It does this best when used
direct, ss cottage cheese or aa butter
pii pt. Skim milk is used economically
In feeding hogs for pork production
yet when made into cottage eheeee It
furnishes seven times as much pro
tein and nearly as muoh energy M H*®
pork that it will produce when fed
with com. Besides when cottage
cheese is made from skim milk, about
silk
for hog feeding. Let us, therefore, use
as much skim milk as possible for bu
live stock."
DO NOT RUSH
COTTON TO MARKET
EVERY GROWER WHO RAISES 10
BALES OF COTTON SHOULD
PUT TWO IN WAREHOU6E.
SELL THE CROP GRADUALLY
If There Is a Surplus It Muet Be
Absorbed By Reduced Produc
tion Next Year.
In a recent speech on the cotton
situation, Clarr-nc.e Ousley, Assistant
Secretary of Agriculture, said that as
he sees the situation "no calamity
Impends if we do not lose our heads,"
and that he is more concerned about
the gat tiering of Lhe crop than about
disposing of it
He ofTered a solution, even if there
1s a surplus of from three to four
million hales, and says:
"If every farmer who raises 10
bales of cotton will put two In the
warehouse and sell the remainder by
installments from month to month
throughout the winter and spring in
stead of forcing it all on the market
nt one time, the difficulty in even its
worst aspects will disappear."
He thinks tost if there is & surplus
of cotton this year it must be ab
sorbed by reduced production next
year. Furthermore, he points out
that the Government did not ask for
So large a crop, and that in all fair
ness this fact must be recognised, the
crops having been produced because
the Southern growers refused to
beed the warning of agricultural lead
ers and economists.— L. S. U. Press
Bulletin.
all
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SUGGESTIONS ON
SELECTING SEED CORN
FinW Selection of Seed Means Greater
Yield and Better Corn.
Field eelectioo of seed corn is of too
much importance to be left to the av
erage laborer; it is almost always a
good plan for the farm owner to su
pervise the work. A great deal more
corn will be pulled than Is needed, and
it should be reseiected in order to get
the ears that conform to a type.
'There is no argument that can be
ased against this kind of seed selec
tion," says A. F. Kidder, professor of
agronomy, Louisiana State University,
"because it means more corn and bet
ter corn. When field-selection of Beed
becomes more generally practiced in
Louisiana some of the money that our
farmers are now sending to the com
belt will remain nt home.
"The ear should be from four to
flee feet high on land where peas are
te be sown In the com.
"Leng shanks and good ears are sel
dom fonnd on the same stalk. The
shank should be sufficiently long, how
ever, to allow the ear to bend over
when mature.
"All ears of com not covered by
shuck are apt te be damaged by black
weevil and the oorn ear worm.
Pea
of
ten
(if
By
FIELD SELECTION OF
SEED IMPROVES CORN
1
;
Much Mors Profitable Than Selecting
From the Crib In Spring.
Seed corn should be selected from
g talka standing where they grew, be
cause only then, with certainty, can i
seed be obtained from—
B talks that have a tendency to yield '
wall, as shown by the superiority over
surrounding sulks that grew under the
same conditions. Such seed inherits
high producing power.
Stalks without suckers. Such seed
produces fewer suckers than seeds
from sucker bearing stalks.
Storm-proof stalks with ears at a
desirable height
Seed corn should be selected as soon
as It matures, because—
Desirable stalks, especially early ma
turing stalks with hanging ears, are
then most - sally found.
Warm, wet weather may cause ker
nels to sprout before drying.
If the selection Is delayed the ears
may become infested with weevils,
grain moths, and their eggs.
It is as easy, more satisfactory, and
much more profitable than selecting
from cribs in the spring— L. S. U.
Press Bulletin.
]
1
Profit Making
Farm Equipment
on the Williams Line.
Power Hay Balers
The well-know«
standard Wiliiams
T utile block less,
seM threadinsPow
er Hay Balers have
many exclusive
— — features. Most
economical to operate—stren* and durable. Hun
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dred; of satisfied own«». Booklet iree it you uak.
One-Horse Hay Press
na
TheWitramsSteel Princes*, liaht. simpK sturdy,
all atecl. with ainple power and streoKth. Make
a compact, marketable bale. Suitable ior small
farmers. Write for new fuider, mailed on request.
Portable Engines
Wïtfiarm thmttlin« governed Engmcs are espe
cial*'« ana buiil to dcnvsr .ull power on
F=
low-price kero
sene. All sizes and
t y pe9 — thousand»
are giving satisfac
tory service. Full
information seat
Free on request.
ImII Thresher* for Crain, Peanuts.
Rice, Peas, Beans, etc.
JL
estmg
Williams
Threshers
are a sate and
profitable invest
ment — unusually
efficient and depend
able. Standard the
country over. Inter
circulars on request.
Williams Mill Mfg. Co.
of
Ark.
417 E. Broad Sfc, Texartian*. U.S. A.
Promt and Craie TLrafcrrs, Pesant Diggern Hw Pu***,
Grât Md 1 eed rüls. Case Hk, SbingTe Kük. Savais,
Cm SUWt, Silos. Ensilage Ceffi-rs, Keroe* Fapau,
Pea Hellers, Feet! Cutters, Cam Skr édtrs, Weed Sen,
Props, f awLitueg Mac kmj aad El S i ppl ai .
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, administrator should not be
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 F. Ediingtuti Jr
LA -VVER
40» Whitney
Building
NEW ORLEANS
NOTICE
i
'
No burial or removal of nodies
will be allowed unless accompan
ied by a burial or removal premit
from the Local Registrar (Post
master) of said District in
the death occured as per
from ïTie Louisiana Mate
of Health
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Church Cemetery
which
ord ?rs
Board
USE DISHES WHICH
CONTAIN LilTLE SUGAR
Sugar consumption ;» many house
bolds can be easily lowered not only
by giving preference t«j dishes which
contain little sugar or with which 1
sugar Is not usually served, but also
by the use of sweet paddings, or a
salad in place of dessert. Sweet dried
fruits, such us nates, raisin' or figs,
served with breakfast cereal? will re
] duce the sugar needs.—Extension Iff
1 vision, Louisiana State University,
$500.00
?,500.0(>
2.500.00
j.ooo .00
50O.OO
3 .o.oc
1.800.00
1.800.00
It 'v ,s n liven 1 y Mr. De'aune
and.by M". D-ifrene, that the fol
low'!' g approximated tableau ol th
expenses of the Parish oi St, Cliai
les for the current year ending
June 30th 1918
Sheriff's fees in Criminal
cases
maintaining prisoners
t-iui's Salary
Sheriff's Deputy Salary
District Attorney s fees
for conv ictions
Coroners salary,
^Justices of the Peace
V"Constables
Grand, Petit and Coroner
jury • ,500.00
Secretary Police J ury, 600 00
Official Journal 600.00
President Board of Health,300.00
Assessor's Commision 20,... ou
Assessor's Clerical Lxpeues 5 0 "- 01 '
Parish Treasurer too.00
Scnool Fund 8.500.00
Expenses Board of
Health lor Inlections and
Contagious diseases 300.01.
Road fund, r. 700.00
Maintenance of a Ben
Cadets at L. Stave Umvei
sity,
Maintenance of 3 Pen
scholar at the Slate Nor
ma. School
Syndics Salary
Sergeant at arms
Salary lot oiling wnnd
mill & waslrma tank
k.»au Supervisors
Eitciion expenses
Pansu Auditor
Jefferson Ti ust 8t Savings
Bank
Parish Demonsutor
500,00
600 00
5110.01)
100 00
60.00
I, 800. ou
500,no
6 jo 00
S 000 00
OJO.OO
$,4 I80O.OO
I hereby certify that »he a.»ove
Tableau was adopted by the Ponce
Jury at the meeting held on ll *e 6
day of bept. 1917
F. Schexnaydr'
Secretary
Parish of St. Charles Sept, h 19 1 7
Notice
Hunting, trapping and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caduw
To Bankers:
W rite Us for Samples ana
Prices on <?ur
'•SAFETY FIRST.'
BANK CHECKS
Cox Pig. and Pun. Co., Inc,
727 Poydras Street, New Orleans.
JBU&Bh
"After four in our family bad died j
of consumption I was taken witr
} a frightful cough and lung trouble,
j but my life was saved and I gained
87 pounds through using
DR. KING S
NEW
discovery!
Lw.B Tatterson. Wellington, Tex -
RICt 5n-i c»<Hi.ooaT m np'.'««)!* S
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1
"Important Notice
No burial into the cemeteries of
the Ho'y Rosary's Dhurch and des
Allemands will be allowed unless ac
companied by a burial permit from
the local Registrar (Post Master
Habnville & Des Allemands) as per
orders from the Louisiana Stale
Boaçd of Health
VV. Parrot Pastor
Sexton of the said Ccmetries
Not ce
The next examination for teach
a
efs' certificates will be held at the
'
Cour*. House July 29, 30, 31
)white) B and August 1,2. 3 (ne- '
gr^)
J ^Martin, »
Î Supt
j'.t i •
i IIcC.s J
Second Congressional
Member of Congress H G f
Eighth Senatorial D:>ii't
State Senator.
Judges I. E 1 «' U. y
District Attorney L. R.R.van c
Parish ot St 1 ■
Representative
Sheriff & Collector •
Il P. Î :
R. Marl
Chief Deputy.
Deputy Sheriff
Clerk 8r Recorder, T,T tiaial jujfa
Deputy Clerk
Coronei L)r V 1 ehivia I,M
Treasurei V\ m. nssau
Assessor 1 ' r *
Kegist : ar I 1 ' n
Officia! Join j-.i, 1 • 1 I
.'nsti' os >i 1 ii-.r Pa. < ' .
First Ward Vv. V. Pallets« 1
Second Ward A. L. Mone« l; *
Third Ward (). K'g'-r
Fourth Ward \ 5 . Tianth
Fifth Ward F. O. Wea\e
Constables.
First Ward p B-nnl«-um
Second Warn L L. ( (un «.}
I hir'd Ward P M- ' i
Fourth Ward V a. !
''ifth Ward R \\
Polict 1 - i i \ .
President r L.,rr
Secr etar y F. v,-. » cxiiavdie
Sergeant at Ai ir.» , , .
bit si Ward tit
Second Ward ( f , ,.
Third Ward ^ . .. , 1
Tonrllr Ward VV. Dunt ft
Fifth Ward W,A . Elio
Meet« isr Tuesday ot evei v o.oiar
I
School Board
Preside». M L Guidiy.
ff'rsi Ward
M.(i Bec nef/
Second Ward,'
!.. Guidry,-.
I hinl Ward.
' I 1 . Keller
Fourth Ward'
f-, J. Dejean
Fifth Ward
A.I .Schexnaydre
r J. H. Mart.,,; Sup,
Lafoirroie Basin l.cv^ t i;, JU
t resident £-G Swarf»,
décréta,.. W. j. Slcl - 1BC
Mpmlipt-s
A. Champagne, lùl gard ; p b
Lemann, I '«.naJsoiivii.'e; G, oie
Lorio, Uu-eilr; K. C. Mrirrtn I,
Albemarle; K. Kerez,
-.end, E. i î.l.-rlr Hurt.-n'T V
Tuaggard. Mc«lo.u,ghviile- ' (
Vrering Grc.rra; 1 F, Wig^,. n ,
Bowie. The Stair Board or engi
neers compose 'he er.g„, e , rifc de
partment and tr, e State Trrasu.e.
is treasurer of the Board
■n!fzz :ir:z g ry 7 irrr
and Ocrobor ..-.„„„J
meets firsî Monday of each mJ
at New Orleans office.
Terms of Court
In '.ne Parish of Jefferson-.
Jury Sessions ,st Monday *1
Apiil. 2nd Monday in j
Ci.il Sessions. ,/ d
May. and Monday in N'ove'ml'
Jorv ''sf . ... .....
M,v Sei " ,ons ' Monday *
May rnd ..tonday i„ Noveml.e.
civ.l Sessions. , st Monday '1
bebruary and Monday ,»
Panshor bt. JohntheBaotm Ü
lune TAT ,Sl M «"day H
June and Monday December 1
civil Sessions ,s- Monday
March 3rd Monda» in J u j y y
the best of the good ones.
AH th* exoeriments ot the Gov**,
men: too* -«.pert» and the
!r ''' rrj YkJe University prov*
"rc the strongest
th
■ - - - . arc UK strongest -
•.S', he: ••• —iert Quakqr-Scotch Gate v
•v: nos at lhe Lead of the list ofeererf *
i ' ; s ,,0 < onl v the best fo.4
* * h - ''heapest'food on earth.* V
; acW - J ,n 1,115 il will V«p sweet id
tretb ar.vwhere indeiio.taly.
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HAHNVILLE, LA
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