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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY I N A
RICH SUGAR VIOLASSES AND RI CE PRODUCING „COUNTRY
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46 Rahnvilie, Louisian a, Satu rday,
S eptember,_28
1918
NO 9
> 7 . CHARLES HERALD
Published ai Hahnviiu Let*
Every Saturday
'Hficiat Journal of the Parish
of St* Charles\
IV O. Brady
Editor
Term* of Subscription $3.00 a year
Entered at the Postothic at Hahnvill
La. % as second aaw matter
SATURDAY Sept. 28 19* 8
•W'jmn'E icacion» iinndoit -»
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«««It tollowtng
nr /ui con iinunication« muH be wi-'-tten oe
nee sl<1e of the paper.
mrTne full name and address of t'je wr*
ter must accompanyeeehcommnnlcatlouo
no publication, hot asa matter of gcod faith
(joniniiiiiu atlons of personal charaoter
«ill not he r«ü.»Biitï«d, unless
sUile artles lu such cases a charge 01
i,»ii a quart will be made.
««•Newa nun interesting loea items are re
leutfu lysoll?lted.
am uUU KKAUHKK CAN HJtt.P O®
rcîîily.lf, when writfii* to % ür ll ° l l *T!n5Æ «äv
ton oui «uverti^rvi they will «Imply «ay
•y saw tueircardsln this paper
les,
BimhltHliert February IB, 187»
wr«„ vutudvertUement**! per.«iu«eflrel
• «Lion Khcii s 11 b*oque»>t liieerttOB, illy
1 : 1 pe> »cb iioo.oo
0 e ooium 1 on« yeer
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CHURCH NEWS
The patronal feast of the Holy
Ro ary's Church will be celebrat
ed on Sunday October 6ih. The
Kevtrena Pastor invues all his
parishioners to atttnd the services
on this day
.vt 10 A. M., Solemn high Mass
S i mon on Holy Rosary. At 4 P.
M., Exposition of the Most Bless
ed Sacrameru, H »ly Rosary s de
votions, B nediction
The Rosary wi l be said every
morning in Octooçi at 7 o clock
mass and every Sunday of the
month, at 4 P- m - . exeicises of the
Holy Rosary fo lowed by the bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament
The Cathechism class for child
ren .0 be admitted to the .Solemn
Communion will begin on Satur
day October 12th at 3 P M
The Pastor invites the parents lo
send the children regularly, he in
tends to have a large class for the
beginning and so to be able to as
sure the Christian and moral edu
cat on ot the children
The parents aie supposed to
know the diocesun regulations a
bout Holy Communion. The child
ren must have completed their
tenth year before January ist to
be Emitted to cotnuiunrn provid
they shall have attended the ins
truction for two years
However, this year, all the chil
ci ren ten years old, provided they
follow reg i'arly the instructions
will oe admitted to the solemn
communion
In order to prepare the small
children kr their easter duty and
consequently to the private com
munion which will occur in Lent
on St. Joseph's feast, the paients
are invited to teach their ch Idrer.
the first principles of our holy ben
e liction, to make them learn the
prayers, to teach the manner of
pr.ycrs, to leach iKt maim« ot ;
m .kirnt a good confession and to,
explain to them some questions a- I
b(>ut the Blessed Sacrament of
Holy Euclia*'5t which they have ;
receive |
LIS T OP JURORS
List of Jurors drawn to verve at the
session of the 28ih., Judicial district
Court in and for tin* Parish of St. Char
les, Louisiana, beginning on Monday the
14th, day of October 1918, to-wit:
Nos.
Names
Wards
1
J. I. Dufrene
3
2
A. E. Hubert
1
3
T. B. »Sellers
2
4
Philip Friloux
2
5
Walters Ochmand
4
6
J. W, Champagne
4
7
V. K. llvtnel
1
8
U. J. Keller
1
9
>Ia:celin Zeringue
2
10
Olidee Cambre
5
11
Geo. Keller
3
12
P. J. O'Brien
3
13
Jos. P. Baudouin
1
14
J. P. Lawson
3
15
Jos. Cassaly, Jr.
2
16
O. H. Shelton
5
17
C. P. Bettinan
5
18
Prudent Candies
4
19
R. L. Schexnaydre
5
20
C. P. Schnull
4
Petit Jury 2nd week
Monday October 21st 1918
J. S. Barre
Ben, Boudreaux
Adam Clounte
G. H. Dejean
Edward Millet
Marcel Durapau
Eemniett Dasch
Joseph Zeller
Joseph Vial
W. N. Kugler
A. Levesque
George Robert
Ernest JZeringue
J. M. Ourso
Icar Hymel
Abe Walker
George Kugler
Z. L. Perrilloux
Felix Belsotn
N. V. Candies
A. Zeringue
Antoine Gonzales
Lucien St. Amant
Luke Keller
Dacisse Lorio
F. X. Madere
Victor Landrv
Neo Gendron
J. L. Perrilloux
Amedee 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 Matberne, Jr
Elmo Thibadeaux
Hermogene Lavegne
Albert Vicknair
William Brown
Chas. Boudreaux
' J. L. Schexnaydre
Jules Kelier, Jr.
Alcide Robert
George F'riloux
, Robt. P. Mire
A trne copy from the original.
I. T. Baudouin,
Clerk of Court
WORKERS AT HOME
I can't sleep at nigt because I'm
-oaffr id I may have passed <n
something that was not quit true
She was a girl working in a mu
nition factory in this country. If
sue had passed on one part of a
torpedo which was not quite tiue
I meant lives of American soldior
She inspected hundreds of torpe
does every day. though she w s
not yet in her twenties
She and othe r s like her have
woiked the summedth ough in hot
factories, without vacations. Som e
of these eirts ar col ege graduate"
who are w rking in the factories,
_
.earning to be managers, taking a !
• * . . . i
regular, pracucal couisi, led by j
women of the Industrial Depart
ment of the Y W. C. A
*"
What's become of otd fashioned
.
man who used to laugh at »*•
; T h. laugh is on !>,»,
to, v "
I
That Kentucky mun who left
; $100 to each of his wive couldn't
| be accused oi mgartiaHty
DO NOT RUSH
........
COTTON TO MARKET
(VERY GROWER WHO RAISES 10
BALES OF COTTON SHOULD
FUT TWO IN WAREHOUSE.
on
SELL THE CROP GRADUALLY
There It t Surplus It Muet
Absorbed By Reduced Produc
tion Next Year.
In a recent speech on the cotton
situation. Clarence Ousley, Assistant
laApaferv a# A arWnilltliro flalR that dft tail
Secretary of Agriculture, said that as
he Bees the situation "no calamity
impends if we do not lose our heads,'*
and that he is more concerned about
the gathering of the crop than about
disposing of 1L
He offered a solution, even if there
la a surplus of from three to four
million bales, an« Bays:
"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
at one time, the difficulty in even Its
worst aspects will disappear."
He thinks tnat if there is a surplus
©f 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, aad that in all fair
ness this tact muBt be recognized, tho
.crops having been produoed because
the Southern growers refused to
heed the warning of agricultural lead
er* and economists.—L. 8 . U. Press
Bulletin.
all
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SUGGESTIONS ON
SELECTING SEED CORN
FI*I4 Sal set I on of Sesd Means Greater
Yield and Better Com.
s
e
Field selection of seed corn is of too
much importance to be left to the av
en«« laborer; it is almost always a
good plan for the farm owner to su
pervise the Work. A great deal more
com will be pulled than is needed, and
U should be reselected In order to get
the ears that conform to a type.
There is no argument that can be
used 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 com. When field-selection of seed
becomes more generally practiced in
Louisiana some of the money that our
farmers are new sending to the com
belt will remain at home.
"The ear should be from four to
five feet high on land where peas are
to bo sown In the com.
"Long shanks and good ears are sel
dom found on the same sulk. The
f h «nv should be sufficiently long, how
ever, to allow the ear to bend over
when mature.
"AH earn of com not covered by
shuck are apt to be damaged by black
weevil and the com ear worm.
of
FIELD SELECTION Of
SEED IMPROVES CORN
Much Merc Profitable Than Selecting
From tho Crib in 8 pring.
Seed com should bo selected from
■talks standing where they grew, be
cause only then, with certainty, can
■ood be obtained from—
Stalks that have a tendency to yield
well, as shown by the superiority over
surrounding sulks that grew under the
same conditions. Such seed inherits
high producing power.
Sulks without suckers. Such seed
produces fewer suckers than ßeeda
a ! from sucker-bearing stalks
i storm-oroof sulks with ears at a
j
Sood cor* should be selected as soon
as it matures, because—
Desirable stalks, especially early ma
turing sulks with hanging ears, are
then most easily found.
j warm, wet weather may cause kor
- w»ls to sprout bofore dr^^g.
, tf the selection is delayed the ears
may become infested with weevils.
__
w '
;* „ easy more satisfactory, and
_ Mutable than ««i-otm. i
; t* <• u easy more satisfactory, ana
' ch m*re profitable than selecting }
cribs in the spring.— L. S. Ü. ,
z n> _ .. t
Press Bulletin.
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a compact, marketable bale. Suitat e for small
fanners. Write for new folder, mailed on request.
Williams throttling govemM Knuines «re espe
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aie giving satisfac
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William*
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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
Bv order of the Court
I. T. Baudouin, Clerk
Clerk's Office, Parish of St, Charles,
July lbth, 1918
402
Prenti« c E, Ediington Jr
LAWYER
Whitney Building
NEW ORLEANS
NOTICE
No burial or removal of nod.es
will be allowed unless accompan
ied by a burial or removal premit
from the Local Registrar (Post
master) of said District in which
the oeath occured as per orders
from 7 fie Louisiana .Mate Board
of Health
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Chuiclt Cemetery
USE DISHES WHICH
CONTAIN LITTLE SUGAR
8 ugar consumption in many house
holds can be easily lowered not only
by giving preference to dishes which
a// giV tug pt ctvi O UV/C U/ Ui OUvO ffUtbll I
contain little sugar or with which j
«..ar 1 . not ».».Hr .erv-d. bat al..,
by the use ot sweet puddings, or a !
i salad in nlace of dessert. Sweet dried
wy w« ur ■
} salad in place of dessert. Sweet dried
, fruits, such as dates, raisins or
t served with breakfast cei eals will re
served with breakfast ceieals will re
duce the sugar needs.—Extension Dt
vision, Louisiana State University,
lowi' g approximated tableau of th
£* „ Crinli „ al
cases
maintaining prisoners
>1 eriff's Sala'V
Sherffs Deputy Salary
District Attorney's fees
fur convictions
Coroners salary^
$500.00
7.500.00
2.51)0.00
2,000.00
500,00
31 >0.00
1,800.00
1,800.0t)
1 'Justices of t!ie Peace
' Constables
Grand, Petit and Coroner
ju.y .,500.00
Secretary Police Jury, 600 00
Official Journal 600.00
President Hoard of Health,300.00
Assessor's Commision 2"oo 00
Assessor's Clerical Expenes 500.00
Parish Treasurer 700.00
Scnoul Fund 8.500.00
Expenses Board of
Health for Intentions and
Contagious diseases 300.0c
Road fund, 1.700.00
Maintenance of 2 Ben
Cadets at L. Stair Univer
sity,
Maintenance of 3 Ben ,
scholar at the Slate Nji
mal School
Syndics Salary
Sergeant at arms
Salary tor oilmt* wind
mill 8t washing tank
Koait Supervisors
Election expenses
Parish Auditor
Jefferson Tiust & Savings
Bank
Parish Demonsutor
500.00
t
600 00
500.00
100 00
60,00
1,800.00
500.00
600 00
8 000.00
000,00
$,j1800.00
I hereby certity that the a»ove
Tableau was adopted uy the Police
Jury at the meeting held <>« u,e 6
day of Sept. 1917
F. Scliexnaydre
Secretary
Parish of St. Charles Sept, b * 9*7
Notice
Hunting, trapping and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties ot Mr. and Mrs. VVm . Caduw
t
To Bankers:
IF rite Us for Samples ana
Prices on Out
"SAFETY FIRST.'
BANK CHECKS
Cox Pig- and Pu*. Co., Inc,
727 Poydras Sireet, New Orleans.
TDÜ DISEASE:
j "After four in ocr family had died
j of consumption I was taken witr 1
] a frightful cough and lung trouble, 1
i but my life was saved aiidi gained *
j 87 pounds throug.v using
i DR. KING'S 1
* IvJElW
^DISCOVERY;
\W . H Patterson. Wellington, Tex
^^RiÇfc SOc art *».CR AT AU. ORUGGlx r
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
Hahnville & Des Alleman-ls) as yer
orders from the Louisiana Stale
Board of Heabh
W. Parrot Pastor
Sexton of the said Ccmetries
Not ce
The next examination for teach
I A ll\> .1V. A V V Alt 111 I null IU 11 • " * * ~ "
j ers * certificates will be held at the
; c House July »9. jo, Ji,
a ! J ,
)white). and August 1,2. 3 (qe
■ l . , . , ,
)white)„ and August 1 , 2 . 3
figsrigro)
re
re- !
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bupt,
J
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I.T.
Brudoi'ir.
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Second Congressional Distil* 1
Member of Congress H.G Tivv rt
Eighth Senatorial Disl'"-' 1
State Senator,
Judges J.E Fl-urv
District Attorney L.R.R'var* e
Parish of St Charles.
Representative
Sheriff & Collector
Chief Deputy,
Deputy Sheriff
Clerk Sr Recorder,
Deputy Clerk
Coronet Dr
Treasure! Urn. T.ussan
Assessor R.A I n*-- 1
Registrar I.T .B- u''i utt*
C tticial Join .ial, Si* Cha 1 Its H 1 •'
Justices of the Peace.
First Waid W. V. Patters* *
Second Ward A. t.. Mongiu«
Third Ward O. K* g' 1 r
Fourth Ward M. Tiauth
Fifth Waul F. O. Weave
Constables.
First Ward P Baudouin
Second Waro L L. Chan |aj.i*
Third Ward
Fou rili Ward
Fifth Ward
Police |ury.
President
Secretary
Sergeant at Anns
First Ward
Second Ward
Third Waiyi
Fourth Waid
Fifth Ward
Meets ij,t Tuesday ot e \m 1 •
School Board.
rresiiiem -ML Guidry
First Ward
M.G Becnel
Se< oud Hard,
:M. !.. Guidry
1 hird \\ ard.
' F. Keller
Fon rih Ward
L. J. Dejean
Filth Wan*
A.J .Schexnaydre .
J. M. Mart'll, Sup.
Lafourche Basin l,tv*e Ho .
t resident fc.G Sw
Secret a IV VV. J. M,(
Mf?nil)e*'s
A. Chanipo-ne, Edgar,- p
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i-.-l'r'i.n
Luii <
W. A . l.n*i
Swart y Kiirti-n ; 1 . V
huggayd, Mcdouoghviihj
ieriog, Gretna; i. K, Wigv'ino.n
owie Tf.e State Heard ,,t ,, n giJ
Rerez.
Bend ; F. < '
Thaggard.
Vieri o
Bowie
neers compose the eugi„ e , rin«"de
partaient and the State T„J Mlir ,
is treasurer of the Board
Keg,,a. nieeting „„ ^
Thursdays of Jannary, a, i d | n | v
and October.Finance commit,«-*
meets first Monday of end, nic.„,
at New Orleans office.
Terms of Court
In tne Parish of Jeffers,,
Jury Sessions rst M 0 , ld * y »,
Apr, . 2nd Monday i n (; c / ote . .
C.vil bess.ons, 2nd Monday i,
May. and Monday N UV emhe '
In the I ansi, of St. Charles
Jnry Sessions, and Monday
May. rod .«outlay in Novembe.
Civil Sessions. i St Monday •
February and Monday ; llIy
I ansh 01 St. John the Baut.st.^
Jtiry Sessions, ist Monday n
June and Monday u, December
civil Sessions ist Monday i-.
Mardi 3rd Monda*' in July
1 he bent of the good ones.
Ail the «»-.périment» of the Gover
«aent tr»j ? «perts and theathlrti«
-ï.mc.i University prove
h i' » . > vaters are the stpjn^est
nd he^lthwst. Quaker-Scotch Gat*
oinl:- *_'(« head of the list of cereaJ
'*.d> :« nra only the best fo- d,
■in if« ti,.» cheapo-1 food on earth
'acked ir> tins it will keep sweet uuS I
real» anywhere icdfcùoitehr.
St Ohaile^
PUrtl.tHHKI) AT
HAHNVILLE.. LA
Uaery .VdtNnf««.
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