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IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS
CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
BeHovlle St. A Opeloesas Ave.
MARTIN S. MAHONEY,
Obe*e: 121 Carendelet Street,
32 Pelican Ave.
When in Need of
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
CI a Supply You Promptly
Telaphene, Write or Wire
838 Canal St.
Pseame Maln 7 New Orlenea
A Wetter if Net a Better Man.
A tleW man In the west of Enland
rehed to the river last summer, swear
lag loudly that he would drown him
h". When be had waded In to
e depth of his waist his wife, who
had followed hlr. seized him by the
hair, and then, as a local editor de
eI-bed tt, she led him back till he
rmeahed place where the water was
about two feet deep, where she pulled
eve r backward and soused him
ada and pulled his bead up again.
Dren yourself (down be went),
Iaviga me to father the brats! (An
other plange.) ,Get drunk (another
sose) and start *tr the river! (An
ether dip.) Better use the water Irn
etna4 of run! (Another dip and shake
a the head.) I'll 'ram ye to leave me
a wMowr' After soslnag him to her
hearts eontent she led him out a
Wetter It not a better man and escort
e h1m Inate the bone and closed the
Ceokling and Thurman.
lamstor Roeecoe Conklitag was once
Iddnitalg the eenate la an Impassion
.eM maner and senemed to direct Mhs
Uemrb to Senator Thurman. At
Mth e latter got trritated.
Dea the senator from New York,"
he reared. "expect me to anwer bm
.y timL e he turns to me?"
aer a moment Mr. Conkling besltat
, and evrybody expected a terrifle
e.iosios. Then, with an air of ex
gate courtesy, he replied:
Whe I spear of the law I turn to
th emater trem Ohio as 'he Muasal
a turs toward Mecc. I turn to
Lt uas I do to the English common
IW as the world's moet coplous foun
· human Jurlepraudence."
The usually deaoros eseate okoe
1 a storm of applase, and the
SEhrma ee msoteme a little. The
We s matem were the best at
.et au d wrS b Wh e* . , e
CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF
Thos. J. Larkin, Parish Priest.
Sunday (October 1 till June 1)
Masses: 5:15. 7:00; H1igh Mass, 10:00,
Sermon; 8:15, Children's Mass, Sun
day School; 4:30 p. m., Benediction o;
the Blessed Sacrament.
Sunday (June 1 till October 1)
Massts: 5:15, 7:00 and 9:00; Chil.
dren's Mass at 8:30. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament after the last
'Weekdays-Masses. 6:00, 6:30, 7:00.
Wednesday, Children's Mass at 8:15
Baptisms-October 1 till June 1
from 2 to 4 p. m.; June 1 till Octobe!
1, 4 to 6 p. m.
(',orfessions every day from 6 to 7
a. mn. Saturdays and eves of Feasts
front 4 p. m. till s:30 p. m.
Sick calls at any hour, day or night
It is, however, requested that notice
of such calls be given in the fore
Alt;r Soc.ety the first Tuesday, In
the Rectory, at 7.'s0 p. m.
Conference St. Vincent de Paul,
every Monday night, in the Rectory,
at 7:30 p. m.
Holy Angels Sodality, on the first
Wednesday, in the Convent. at 3:30.
Young Ladies' Sodality on the
fourth Monday, in the parlors of the
Rectory, at 7:30 p. m.
Children of Mary, on the third Sun
Altar Boys, St. John Berchman's So
dality, on the third Tuesday in rec
tory at 7 p. m.
Apostleship of Prayer-Gentlemen
promoters on Friday following the
third Sunday, in Rectory, at 7 p. m.
Lady promoters on the fourth Sun
day. in Rectory, at 5 p. m.
Holy Name Society, every third Sun
day in the Church at 7:30 p. m. The
Officers and Board of Councillors, on
the Friday following the third Sunday
in the Presbytery at 7:30 p. m.
MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH.
Rev. W. S. Slack, Rector, 235 Olivier
St. Telephone, Algiers 235.
Sundays-Holy Communion, 7:30
a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.;
Morning Prayer or Litany and ad
dress, 11 a. m.; Confirmation Class
(children). 4 p. m.; Evening Prayer
and sermon, 7:30 p. m.
Holy Days, Holy Communion, 7:30
a. m. unless otherwise announced.
Vestry meets first Thursday of each
month at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m.
Ladies' Guild meets Tuesday after
the third Sunday at the Rectory, 7:30
Senior Chapter Brotherhood of St.
Andrew, second and fourth Tuesdays
at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m. 1
Choir Guild first Tuesday after prac
Girls' Friendly Society, second
Thursday at 7:00 p. m., homes of mem
Missionary Society, second Friday,
4 p. m.
Teachers' Meeting, Saturday, 7 p. m.
TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Cor. Olivier and Eliza Streets.
Rev. Fred Wambaganss, Pastor,
Residence: 438 Olivier Street.
Sunday Services, 10:30 a. m.
German-Every first, third and flfth
English-Every second and fourth
Sunday School-9:00 a. m.
Weekday Services-Conducted in
the English language, every Thursday
night 7:30, from October to June.
Communion services are previously
Church festivals observed by special
A parochial day school, conducted
by a special teacher, in connection
with the church.
every first Monday, 7:30 p. m.; Ger
man Franenverein, every first Wed
nesday, 3 p. m.; Helping Hand Circle,
every first Wednesday, '7:30 p. m.;
Young People's Society, every second
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. W. Booth, 119 Vallette St.
Morning service, 11 a. m.; eve
ning service, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
School. 9:30 a. m; Junior Epworth
Leamgue, 4:00 p. m; Senior Epworth
League. 7:00 p. m.
Junilor Epworth League Soelal and
Business meeting at the church on
the second Friday, 7:30 p. mi
Senior Epworth League Literalry,
Social and Business meeting at the
church on the fourth Friday, 7:30 p.
Woman's Home Mission 8oelty at
the church on the first Tuesday of
each month and on third Tuesday of
each month at the homes of its men
bers at 7:30 p. m.
Choir practice every Saturday at
the church at 7:30 p. mi
Bunday school is held every Sunday
evening at 3 o'clock and preachlin ev
ery eoand Sunday at Pythian Hall by
the Rev. J. C. Bart and Rev. J. P. Dil
Where and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Oleers.
8T. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Sta. John Ledge No. 153 PF. and A.
M., meets every Tuesday evening in
Masoale Hall, corner Olivier St. and
Peliea Avemue at 7:30 o'clock.
w. K,, Sd.e O. SmIth, 86 eS.
rm St.; W ahr a a i E t; 1. V.
Adolph Spitzfaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
Herbert, Jr.; Secretary, L J. Peterson,
51S Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth
erland; Tyler, W. Senat; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; S. D., A. W.
Lucas; J. D., E. Dosher.
CRESCENT LODGE NO. 3.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
meets every Friday night in Pythian
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; E. E.
1Iabin, 307 Delaronde St., K. of R. and
S.; Peter Clement, Prelate; L. J. Pet
erson, M1. E.; C. Barthaut, M1. A.; C.
l:ller, I. G.; Louis Martin, O. G.; Pe
ter C'lkemnt, representative; Jules Ba
bin. a!ternate; Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
V. Kraft and F. C. Wagner, trus
tor..s; C. .Miler, janitor, Dr. Jno. A.
lRupp and l)r. W. II. Weaver, physic
,an : E. J. Mothe, undertaker; E. E.
HALCYON LODGE NO. 66.
M.Jets second and fourth Thursday
of each month; quarterly meetings.
first Thursday in January, April, July
and October, in Pythian Hall, at 7:30
Gustave Peterson, 3;;9 Elmira Ave..
chanceilor commander; August C.
Brill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. UI. Lewis, master of work;
Win. A. Scholl, 132 Lavergne street,
kee,per of records and seal; John
Porzler, master of finance; Frank
lHenning, master of exchequer; James
0. Stewart, master-at-arms; J. T.
llughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
outer guard; Jos. Hughes, Sr., grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew
art, alternate; Dr. J. E. Pollock for
Algiers, Dr. C. F. Gelbke for Gretna
and Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
physicians. Jno. A. Barrett, under
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 136.
Virginia Lodge No. 136, K. of P.,
meets on the second and fourth Mon
days of each month in Pytthian Hall at
7:30 p. m.
Chancellor commander, W. B. Ow
ens, 440 Elmira Ave.; vice chancellor,
B. Voegtlin; prelate, J. Pendas; keep
er of record and seals, L. F. Gisch, 538
Elmira avenue; master of exchequer,
H. Acker; master of finance, S. G.
Smith; master-at-arms, A. J. Besson;
inner guard, W. Goodwin; outer guard,
G. X. Presoh; grand lodge representa
tive, S. G. Smith; alternate, A. F.
Kaufmann; physician for Algiers, Dr.
Jno. A. Rupp; for McDonoghville and
Gretna, Dr. W. H. Weaver.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
STS. JOHN CHAPTER NO. 35.
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Amaedo; Esther Mrs. Ermlnle
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
eota, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle
Lizzie Borden, clerk, 549 Vallette
Street; Via Demuth, asistant clerk.
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattle Tufts,
banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Loulise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marlguerite
Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
Mock, outer lentinel; Grace Prultt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Bar
rett: E. J. Mothe, undertaker.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT 0ASSOCIA
Meets on the irst Wednesday of ev
ery month at Renecky's Hall at 1:o30
p. m.i Julius Hambacher, president;
John Spraia, vice-president; George
Brunssann, treasurer; Prank Kraemer,
435 Bouny St., recording secretary;
Philip Essinger, Saanial secretary;
John Kinsinger, 233 Seguin street,
chairman of sick committee; John
Teteberg, chairman of widow and or
phans' committee; Peter Bensinger
and Theodore Duverth; William Oden.a
wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
iician; George Brunssann, undertaker.
Aqdress all letters and communica
ions to Frank Kraemer, 535 Belleville
WORKINOMEN'S UNION Ah BE
' Meets every third Wednesday or
meh month at Pythia Ha L.
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope
ousas Ave. and Nmes St., or Court
us F. Wlsi Vies President, 615
C. L Hildebrand, Tiaurer, 435
B. A. Mec.ksk, eeCaa d ,*scr,.
any, 433 nar Dey I
G. G. Brunssann, G. M., 243 Morgan
P. Gauthreaux, Sergeant at Arms,
808 Belleville St.
Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
mittee, 437 Opelousas.
Dr. J. R. Adams, physician.
G. G. Brunssann, undertaker, 243
Knights of Honor
ALGIERS LODGE No. 2549.
Algiers Lodge No. 2549, K. of H.,
meets every third Tuesday of each
month in Renecky Hall, corner Val
lette and Patterson streets.
Chas. F. Fetherling, S. P. I).; Chas.
W. Ilrodtmann. dictator; Albert R.
Woolf, vice dictator; Patrick Hartnett,
assistant dictator; Chas. Ii. Brownlee.
reporter; J. D. Richard, financial re
porter; Thos. A. Rhodes, treasurer;
Albert Blourgeois, guide; W. A. Nelson,
chaplain; Aaron Johnson, guardian;
L. C. Mlurphy, sentinel; Chas. F. Feth
erling, Patrick liartnett, and Aaron
r.1' WINKt l;l: 1'0', itli SIT.I' C"O.
I'NIT1:11 T.LTAIIS ll" Alf"' ll'lle. 1STATE
l'1 i1 I' I 1I Oultl.EA.NS.
I. !it knn,. lhat on thist the el v,oenth
.n:i if Ti. iiionth of "e bruary. In the vear
nint. 8ln h-ndred and ch tvh.n r ll :+11v . rI tfore
ii, li.rtrall d I. 4'aiin. a nota ry pu lili h, In
ind f-ir the i'ari.h of O)rb-:alli. Sta.ite .f
I.tb-anm. duly c.mmiiiol.nelid anti qunalled.
:nl in tith, prli..en'e of the wnitnesses lh- r-n
aft'er n:ten'd and ndril nlr-ilgned. jperi.allV
,a'Ine and apil .iarild, the several person
'whli- tnmlie iiare heirento l c rirtlllH, whol
..v r:illy declalrd that availing thlemselnves
if , h law. ,if tli. Matile in such iae..- made
and prl vhl.l ad andt :allrt lihalrly of the pro
vi.i..ns of an aict f the Ic.inilatuire of this
litatll. known ai. Aft No. 7l of tlie sessili
of 115)1. they doi by theise pres-nts, cove
nant, agree' and bind themselves, as, well as
,ih'l othier p-rsons who may hereafter l1
omeli aisoci-ated with them, to form and
constitute a corporation and body politic in
law for the otjeits and purposes and under
th stlipulations following, to-wit
The name ant title of this eorporatioin
shall hto the "WINK I,Eit-Me'tlit a STAVE
COl." its domicile shiall t Iln the. i'ty of New
ir ,ians, and it shall have anid enjoy auc
mission under its corporate name flr a pe
riod of ninety-nine years front and after the
date ierof,. and shall have and enjoiy all
the rights and privileges granted by law to
ii.ir a: t itl q. .ii' .
It shall tl.gin business at ntce ; it shall
have power to contract. sue and tbe suied in
its corporate name: to make and use a cor
porate sral. and the same to aslier at pleas
nire: to hold, re'eive, plurchatsll. convey,
mortgage., hypothreate or pledilge property.
Moth real and personal : issue lwnlds. notes
and other obligations; to have and emiploy
isuch manager, dtirectors, ofmeirs. agents,
m'lirks and other emnployee. as the interests
anild convenience of said corporatin may
require: and to make and establish such by
laws. rules and regulations for the proper
management and control of the affairs of
said corporation as may be necessary and
The president, or in the event of his
death, atbsence or inability- to act from any
cause, the secretary and treasurer 1s hereby
dt'silnated as the person upon whim all
citations, or other legal process shall lie
The oilii.mt and purposis for which this
corli,rlttion is organized. and the nature of
illsinessa to be carried on by it, in the State
of louislana and In such other states of
the lU'nltel States and in foreign countrties.
are hereby declared to be the followino. to
wit : To buy, lease or sell, as principal.
agent, or on commission. flmber and timber
lands, and lumber of all kinds, standing or
cut manufactured or in its natural state;
to manufacture, out of Iutnher, staves. ties,
posts, poles, and any and all other things
that may hereafter be'leemed advisable; to
tibuy erect. construct, operate and maintain
or to lease saw mills, stave manufactories,
and any other character of business, wheth
er the same be incidental to the manufacr
ture of staves or not; to buy. build, con
struct, lease and operate tram lines and any
other system or systems of transportation
as may be found necessary or advisable in
the operaion of the mills or other proper
t(iis of this corporation, to sell, as prtnc
pal. agent or on commission, staves, timber,
and such other lumber products manufac
tured by it or otherwise as well as lumber,
dressed or undressed, manufactured or un
manufactured, and generally to engage in
any business whether the same he inciden
tal to that specially stated herein, or not.
provided It be not specially prohibited Iby
The capital stock of this ~orporation is
her-by fixed at the sum of fifty thousallnd
iollars ($.0,000.00), divided Into five hun
dred shares (300) of one hundred dollars
i$100.o00) each, payable In cash, or its equl
valent, as the Boardt of Directors may di
rect and the corporation is to begin busl
ness as soon as fie thousand dollars ($5,
-00O.00) of the capital stock has been sub
acribed and paid for. All shares of stock
shall be full paid and non-assessable. No
transfer of stock shall be binding on the
company unless recorded upon Its books.
and made In pursuance of its charter and
by-laws. No transfer or sale of stock shall
be made to any person (not already bolding
stock' in this corporation) without prevl
ously offering the same at the same price
to the stockholders of this corporation: said
offer to be submitted In writing to the
Board of Directors, stating the number of
shares offered for sale, the price bona-fide
ofered for the same, and the same of the
person making such offer; such option shall
be granted for a perled of not less than
twenty days unless the Board of Directors
nalnimously warive this delay in writing.
All the corporate powers or thls company,
and the management and control of its bus
lIess, shall be vested in and exercised by a
Board of Directors composed of three stock
holders. A majority of the directors shall
constitute a quorum for -he transaction of
all business. The dlrectors shall be elected
annually by the stoclkholders on the second
Monday of March of each year. Each stock
holder shall be entitled In person or by
proxy to a vote for every share of stock
owned by him, and all eleetlons shall be
held under such rules and regulations as
may be determined by the Board of Dlree
The Board of Directors thus elected shall
continue in omee for one year and until
their successuors have been duly elected and
quallfied. Any vacancy occurring on Msaid
board shall be filled by the remaining direc
tors for the nuexpired term. The Board of
Directors shall at Its first meeting after Its
election, nominate out of its number a pres
Ident, a vclee-president, and a secretary
treasurer, and these odmcers shall have such
powera as may be conferred upon them by
the Board of Directors. The Board of Di
rectors shall have the rigth and power and
shall, from time to time, appoint or dli
charge such clerks and' other empltyees as
may be deemed necessary, expedient and
proper, by them, for the proper conduct and
management of the aalrs', business sad in
terests of samid corporatlon. Any of the dl
retors shall have the right to appoint by
rrltten Instrument another director as his
proxy to act in his stead at any and all
meetlags of the Board of Directors.
intll the election to be held In March.
1912. the following named persons shall
onstitute the first Board of Directors:
itred E. Winkler. Charles McCord and Jo
eph H. Winkler, with Alfred E. Wlnkler
ias president, Charles McCord as vice-presl
tent and Joseph- H. Wlnkler as secretary
This act of incorporatlon may be ehanged,
nodlmed or altered, or this corporation may
Sdissolved with the sasent of the share
olders ownnlg a majority ao all the stock
If the compla at a general meeting con
reied ior tht Utipoee, and atter at least
in das wrltten sottee ot this meeting h ae
m- sire threagh the man adireased toe
ch steekhidrr at his last eWn im 1
It ram e•. In ase etedeatnn tby
inpratits at this cabter etr s the
atockholders shall elect three llquldators to
serev wIthont compen :trion. and to, whom
one year shall te graintt.d for the l1iuilda
tion of the uffalrirs of It i corporation. IS
eas- of the death or disalbility of any one.
of -ilad omniisioners. the -u.rv!Vioru f the
r ,'l a inll nii ý ' *,lll l i ', i , u "t Pr t s ih all a p ,i o in t a
our , ,."·or to hitu.
N, . ro khoi.ld'r of thi, corporation shall
over be till Ilia!,. for thi t.-contr.ait-. Ijndlut
le.n o' ,r faiulj t 'hereof int any furt! .r sImI
than the unpaidi ! bal!atl dule thu .o.lr;', r.t:ion
,ti tihe ahirul git ned ' y h.l t. tnor -hall atiny
i fu ,ttormalitry itn .r .niilation hayl.v , le ff. ' t
of t nd,.ring thli. . ttrt.r null .r exi ;. in; .
-l.tr ,.hi bll .ur tI any jlli yhilt I ytilnd tlhi
a mi.tn t .f th.e u ,pai..i aaIl e .iuc til on hi
A.I 1 .lT I ' X.
I'ailhi . t", hol. th,,e mentin, or t,,utotini.
p'os i fit'or in tl .. for.+:.urlo .i rtih,-, for
:he '. 'l*,-tln o, f Iir.ctors and ofiter. at the
tinee "pe ,it'td .hall lT.t work a forf.ltl ir' of
thi charter, andl flh. uli.er' ai nd ,irci tor
-hall hold their pl.a.. until t1 hlir su,.,.
li'hu do, ne and pu .u: ,i. In m Ill t . , In lt..
'liv uf N\.w Orle;aI. on the day, monuth anI
yv.ar tirh t ahtov,' wr'itten, in thi pireis.-un,. oif
.1. 11 I!nr nt,,r lh:lal nd % I . S apt.ls, . m.,pl.+
tnt witne-..e- residiing in this city, who halva'
.I,'tl heir nIm:llIe herieto, with said pasr
ti,-.- and m'". no.trv, a:fter adli, r.-adin g of
il.t wbh,. Thiie rasur.e of sev-n w orl. In
artie..- lie on p;i:.' thr'U e f thtl charter w.ie
mlad' and lit1' \%ll"" was dl vly 'pprved b,'
for,, the i- nin. if thili In this trun nt.
Signtd. Alfred F:. Winkler. Cha.. \li'-Cord.
1..-. II. WVinki-r W itnn ,. .. : J. 11. Itl.r -
mn""thal. I F. Stiplls.
ltlit t.iANl I t'. AlIN, Notary P','li.-.
I, the und.t'r-ilm.,n d Itee rlr of Mlort :gage
in and for t!he P r' ':i ll of ir l-ian., Statl e if
l.,,iad"iant. do h,.r,,.y certify that tit, abwov.,
ail fiore.--l. it oif tinoi.rporation ,of th.
Winhkler-Mc" ,rd StIve ', w.ts thi| dayl duly
r'icord-l'd in tugy ,tice. in h.ook 111n , f.li -
Now tir.lant , April 4. l 11.
, slgnrdl E111LE I X.\lItiI.
I Sea IIl Dy. Recorder.
I. the nd,.r.ilned Notary I'tllh. do
hliri.Iy .vrt ify that i the at.,v,"e and fo.re1,h atl
I a true ind co.rret .-',py of the orriginal
,it of incrtort.uatlhn of thi. Wlnkler-Mr c'i.rut
Stay-e Co.. ,n thte and ,of riecrd I my ni.,',
tolitlher wi th the ertitat., flromn thie dputy
rcord,- . r ol f lio.rtula.v,, thi ret. att.ached.
Wll ti nes ny hand and sa ll this th day
of Aprill. 11111.
I SE'TRANI I. CWll'N.
l Sna I. Notary Publl.
Apr it 1i: _"o 27 may 4 11
itF CRYSTAL LIUMBER CO)MI'ANY.
I'NITEDI STATES OF1 AMFRIc'A. STATE
IF LOI-'ISIANA, iPARISH OF ORltL.EANS,
PITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Itii It known, that on this twenty-seventh
day of the hrunnth of March, in the year of
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
ieleven. and of the Indielndence of thi.' Unit
ed States of Amerlat. tlhe one hundred and
thirty-tifth, before me. .1. ;. Etustl., ia notary
public'. duly -inmml sionejd and qualilted In
and for the liParish ofi IOrleans. State of
loulitana, and in the presence ,if thel wit
nesses herelnafter named and undersined.
personally came and appeared the several
persons wlhose namesi arie hereinafter nlell
tlo.neand hereuntto SnCclerlhsd. who siever
ally delared that, availing themselves of
the laws of the State of Louilsana. and is
paicltaly of the provisions of act No. 7t if
1l91i4. they have covenanted and agreed and
io bty thesie presents covenant, agree and
hind themselves, as well as all other per
isons who may hereatter Iw'.oine ass-ociatled
with them. to form and constitute them
selves into a corporation under thle articles.
and stipulations fullowlng, t o-wit :
The name and style of this corporatlon
shall (l "ItRYSTAI. LUMBERt t'COMIANY."
and by said corporate namel shall have and
enjoy sn'ession for a sieriod of ninety-nine
years. unless sooner dissolved, and have all
the rights, privileges and Immunities grant
ed by law to corporations, and under said
corporate name it shall have power to con
tract, sue and be sued, to make and use a
corporate seal; to bold, receive, purchase,
Scouvey, hypothecate, lease or pledge both
real and personal property: to Issue oonds,
notes, and other evidences of debt ; to have
and employ such managers, directors, em
cers. agents and other emplhiees as the In
terest and convenience of the corporation
may re.luire, and to make ruls and regutla
tlons for Ps corporate management and con
The domicile of this corporation shall t
in the t'ity of New Orleans. State of Lou
lsiana. Citation and legal service shall le
made upon Its president, or In case of his
absence or disability, on the secretary. The
Board of Directors may nominate aiy other
person upon whom to serve citation.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is organised and the nature of
the business to be carrlied on by it are here
by declared to be to buy. sell, manufaeture
and deal in and with all kinds of woods as
well as the products of which it Is a con
stituent ; to buy. buIld, construct, own, oper
ate, lease saw mills, planitng mills and other
factorel s for the manufacture of articles of
wood, and lumber yards; to Luty and other
wire acquire, to hold and own. manage.
operate, improve, develop and sell timber
lands and other real estate and Ilnterets
and rights In and to any of said property:
to purchase, take, own and hold real and
personal property, the same to improve, sell
or pledge and to do a general real estate
bhusiness in this city or elsewhere for Its
own account or for the account of other-.
as principal or agent, on commrssion or
otherwise; to build and construct all kinds
of public and private buildings, and to ndo
a general contractIng and buildiag busine. ss:
to buy, asell, take, own, hold and deal in
shares of stock of this and other eorpora
tions, bonds, mortgages, pledges, cboees in
action, judgments. etc., the same to sell or
bypothecate at pleasure; to maintain and
carry on a general real estate commission
btslness to act as agent, trustee, broker or
In other capacitIes In the making and nego
tating ef loans upon real estat e or personal
property, stocks, honds, and other securItIes
of all kinds: also to manufacture, prepare
for market, transport, Import, export deal
In and with any article or product, or artl
cle, in the manufacture or comlposRIton of
whlch wood of any ktnd or character Is an
adjunet or factor, hereby Inteading to ac
lutre by preha se or manufacture, or other
wTse, all surpplies and materials neceesar
or convenIent for use ha connection with
and In a~.omplish a g the objects above men
tioned and every part thereof; to manufac
ture, purchase, or otherwlse aequire, own,
sell, assign, or otherwIse t'ansfer and con
vey. trade, deal In and wIth. goods, wares,
merchandanse ad property of every cla-ss
arlety and description, whether produced
y said ocrporation or other corporations
or persons and generally to do everythlng
necessary, sultable or proper for the ac
complishment of any of the purposes, or the
attalnment of any one or more of tie ob
jects herein enumerated.
The capItal stock of this corporation Is
hereby fixred at the sum of fifteen thousand
dollars, represented by three hundred shares
of the par value of fifty dollars each, paya
hble in cansh.
This corporation shall have the right to
commence busIness as soon as three thon.
sand dollars of the cap itl stock shall have
been subscribed, and paid for in cash. All
traasfers of stock shall be made on the
books of the company on the surrender of
the outstanding certificate of stock and in
accordance with such rules as the Board of
Directors may preserlbe.
Each share of stock shall be ntltled to
hone vote in person or by written proxy at
each meetIng of the stockholders and no
transfer of stock ashall be blinding on the
corporatIon unless made upon Its books. All
stock certificates must be signed by the
presIdent and secretary.
All tne corporate powers of this corlpor
ation and the control and management of
Its statrs shall be vested in and exercised
by a Board, of Directors, to be composed
of not Mless 'than three, nor more than fve
stockholders, who shall be elected by ballot
on the second Monday In July of each year ,
beginalng In 1912, after ten days written
notIce shall have been mailed to each stock
holder at his last address. A majority of
votes present and represented at said meet
Ing shall elect. The Board of Directors
shall at Its first meeting elect from Its
members a presIdent, vice-presldent, sere
tary and treasurer, all of whom shall hold
at least one share of stock. The board shall
have the authority to elsect an aetlng see
retary and treasurer when necessary, who
shall have the same authority as the see
r tar t reasurer provided that eitr
eoue~ ar ei setoi ai qsnsies he.
George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalm r,
243 MORGAN STREET. pH(INF AG nral o 45,
GOOD Union saloon.
JOe. TALLON, -
BE E R Fine Wines. Liquors. Cg~drs,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Prod,crts
Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE a SLIDELL AVE PHONE, ALGIERS $,
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offle: 82 Seguiln Utreet. Reeldenee 481 Pellen Aft
PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W.
If you spend One Hundred
Thousand Dollars you can't get
a Sewing Machine equal to the
016 Canal St., New Orleans, La.
Beer Brewed in New Orleans is
brewed to suit the climate.
That is why
Is Best SOTTLED
American Brewing Co.
BREWERY PDRON - *AWINM
BOTTLING DBPT. - - - - AIN 5i
Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutton.
St. John's Market.
J. SPRADA'S CAFE
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON
Just at Ferry Landing ALGIERS, LA.
DIXIE BEER, Alwajs Fresh. All Other Bottle Beers. Fine Wines,'
Liquors, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Furnished Rooms at Popular Prices First.Cblass Servl
- -ERT STeamT Pressg Club.
SUITS CLEANED, PRE88ED AND DYSO
Our new method steam presser makes the'
look like new and last .lag. Be sure that
no one but
DORSEY gets 'your Clothes--Prompt
_payment for lost or damaged clothing. TIrf
him-He will treat you right.
prices that will compare
GROCE IE with any in the city.
FRAllNK CASTROGIOVAII, n.e Ag 531., 1000 AliIx SI.
board shall employ and dismiss all em
ployees, regulate their duties and fix their
compensation, and may make such by-laws,
rules and regulations as are secessary. Any
vacancy in the board shall be illed by the
TPhe first Board of Directors shall be com
posed of M. W. Jay, 8. G. Blalock, and C.
M. Buhler, with M. W. Jay as president.
C. M. Bnhler as vie,-president, a·rd S. 6.
Blalock, as secretary and treasurer, until
the second Monday of July of 1912, or until
their successors are elected and qualified.
This charter may bhe amended, and this
corporation dissolved at any general meet
Ing, with the assent of two-thirds of the
stockholders present or represented at the
general meeting called for that purpose.
after notice, as prescribed in Article V.
The stockholders shall then elect two liqul
dators, who shall wind up the affairs of the
company: in the event of a vacancy, the re
maiPing liquidator will appoint another.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable or
responelble for the contreet or failure of
such orporation in iany further sum than
the unpael balance due to the company on
the shares owned by him; nor shall any
mere lmfoemality in orgpalsattio havr the
eleet of rendering a charter null or of ex
ie r a stockbolder to say liability beyond
S·amat of h sateek.
I% does and passed Inamy *e, Ia the
City of New Orleans, on the date aftUlMl
In the presence of FIonry J 4ass;xe
Earle E. Dawklns. com)wr ,nt wltnesuI
lawful age, resilding In thls ,ity who h
signed their names with said partl -
- ..notary, after readlng of the whO.
lgnaed: M. W. Jay, 1J0 shares; Ki
Blalock, 90 shares: t'. M. . tahler. 10 t
Witnesses: enry J. ;l(sl,,s, Earle
J. G. EI:STIS. Notary PublIq
I,. the underslgnel It ..rr f Nort
in and for the Parish of ,i- ,an., Stat
Louislana, do her.'Ir, c,"t rinat the a
and foregolng asc of In<.,:: ,.. in on ]f
tal L'mher Com(pn;n:" to . duly ~ly
in my omree n bhok 1(,1', f.:i)o 454.
New Orleans, I. .. Ma rch ". 1')11.
EMIIIE I.I.:,N RIJ. D. L
1. J. C.. lEustlS. a Not.'trv ,''itle l
for the Parlth of OAr-IanS. ' ft of
ana, do hereby e.rtify ',It t', ahboMe
foregoing is a truo. ,p. fro::r the or
set of incorporation ,f "i ' ry'al Lu
Company," as w.'l a4 from the cert
of the Recorder of MoIrtRggs therete
pended. the whole on it.: a',1 of retlr4
my notarial oac,. In faith whereof I
hereunto set my hand and omclial usal
New Orleans, IA., this 27th day of
A. D. 1011.
A J. . E1 TI2, Nyotar4
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