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e I I 'I I SLsamnder haCures acd adree ed ' • that insures your atlla e aud delithL merican f J. NORTHI, - -Aget this coffeeyw¶t find this printed .I UARANTC ad thvis caams , I~ Ifed IneUe - ERAnT OI JANRICl tAT - -IANA, PARISH O" OR drlY or Isu OlVw LUo N. that oa thin s·iteenth da, of lopteshr. ia the year 004 hunbln and eleve, and oi of the Unlite Stat. oi one handred ad thlrty-slxth l ~alh of Orlean. rstte oc *Beeln redin, duly sworn, cor qullled, and in the premenci hereinafter named and on Ially e and appeared thb whbe namares ae hereunt. who severally declared thai lws of the lawn of the stati in me eu mad and pro have contracted and amged, au In cnmt ract, agree and blul an well a all other person. wi auocinted with them, to torn for the objects and PUrpo: lbs artiles and stlpunltlou sn 61 the corpratlen shall 1. id crpoatli shall have sad of alnsty-nine yers frean a. heeof, unless soor dimol'd ._ law. Its deMlcile shall be _s Dew Orlnas, state of Lou~sIana power to contract, ae and b an se a eerorate real, and " reak or alter at peur: t. to name, p erty real n_ - mixed; to berr an l-ad to gIve and reeive al man-. ihrefor; to na and appin dirtoss, ecese End agent do the Iaterets of tsl cor b-laws, rule ad regltion t of this eoraatlo - ale and ameud at plesu. d othr lal proess sll thory i eoroat ina for tha s ceopeentLe and tho ntreM om th - s uetea t ea t that at- whol esler anrdm ta Le o for other va-salo le 1 r Customers I gs Cutfs and Shirts Ia a a d delight. :TIE h AnYee Co, atoekdtaidr t"as ý nt Sof the hse srl e ý -- O[ dodrectese elkyaeea & heter of orea r. A yasa n ga tie heard shall " the m realsto trtor s Bach r shall owa at least one share to j of stock. Each director shall have the an " power to appoint a proxy In writing to rep- e "resent him at the meetings of the board. bet his Ssaid proxy must be a stockholder of this cor " corporatioa. All eats of the board must be of Sunanlmouns ser The board of directors shall, as soon as Selected by the stockholders, elect from t11 number a peesidet, a Vice-president and a Ssecretary. ARTICLE VI. cor Whenever this corporation shall be dis Ssolve whether by limitation or otherwise,for its afatrs shall be liquidated by two om- Imi Smuhitoners to be appointed from among the ani Sstockhobblders convened In general meeting rea for the said purpose, of which meeting no- pr Stie shall be given in the manner and time to Sprescribed by the next artlele of this char- rid ter, and the unanimous action and vote of tit) all subscribers to this charter, or stockhold- cia era, shall be requiste to elect. The said I " commissioners to remain in omce until the but Safairs of this corporation shall have been ed t fully liquidated. de ARTICLE VIL. he This act of Incorporation may be changed. " altered or amended, or this corporation and " the charter thereof dissolved only with the h, " assent of all the stockbolders of this cor " poration, at a general meeting of the stock Snoholders convened for that purpose, and after hu I notice of such meeting shall have been given o in one or more newspapers of the city of th " New Orleans, once a week for four weeks " preceeding the date of the said meeting, and also by a written notice mailed to each stockholder, as per the books of the corpo- l ration, at least thirty days prior to the date of the said meeting, at the postoAce address ' desegnated by him in writing. ARTICLE VIII. 'hi No stockholder shall ever be held liable rO' for the contracts or faults of this corpora tion in any further sum than the unpaid shi balance due this corporation on the shares tin of stock owned by him, nor shall any In- ele formality in the organisation of this corpo ration have the efect of rendering this charter null or of exposing the stockholders to any further liability than the unpaid v amount remaining due on his stock sub- et scription. The list of subscribers hereunto annexede shall serve as the original subscription list shi of this corporation. lo Thus done and passed in my oace on this din 16th day of September, 1911, In the pres- tic ence of ,Messrs. T. A. Schuber and Sidney eaf Eckerle, competent witnesses who have here unto subscribed their names together with hli the said appearers and me, notary, after a le, due reading of the whole. dii (Original signed) : J. A. Katz, 16 shares, fo $1.500.00: H. J. Herrmann, 10 shares, $1, ha 000.00: Herman H. Moss, 1 share, $100.00: fat Henrietta Kats Moss, per Herpean H. Moss, a 14 shares. $1,400.00. (Witnesses) : 1. T. cap A. Bchuber; 2. Sidney Eckerle. si (Seal) Scorr E. Bnaa, Not. Pl. the shi I, the undersigned, recorder of mortgagee its in and for the parish of Orleans, state of s_ Loulslana, do hereby certify that the above thi and foregoing act of incorporatlon of the a Dixie Trading Co. was this day duly record ed in my omce in book 1051, folio 218. r New Orleans, Sept. 16th. 1911. Inc (Signed) EItsL LuoxIAD, D. . ho This is to certify that the above and f olng is a tre and correct copy of the original charter of the Dixie Trading Co., re together with the subscribers thereto, and of the certtbcate of the recorder of mortgages fot for the parish of Orleans thereto annexed. of In faith whereof I have hereunto signed 1al my name and sized my seal of o~ie this on 20th Sept. 1911. hit (Seal) Score E. Bana, Not. Psu. be A Pearless Qusete. Unele Abe was noted for his ability co to tarn his clouds inside out and show the silver lining. I any particular on cloud was dark throuh and through b he wisely supplied It with the lining da from another. His yoke of steers had taken the ash prise on the first day po - of the fair. On the second som ne of contestants were entered, and Abe y would probably be outclassed. But. as e ual, be had made the most of good Sfortne wlle it lasted. fol h, "Aren't you quaking in your boots?" n a friend asked. sal - Abe thrust out a foot clad in new ta G te "Why, yes" he said: "I am quaking cit Sin my boots. But when I got that 550 e yesteday I made sure they should 6e Tb - new boots. It ain't so bad to quake it na d ou can do it In new boots."-Youth's af Companion..R. OhIbsmPs Famous Dee. A. The world renowned doors of the fot baptistry at Florence represent early tot Sthe oentire lework of U berti. H Re Sbega the Irst pair when he was twe. , t~-threw years old. and when he n r iled the second pair be was rdevnty three Exceptig the three statues out- a L side Or Sn Michele and onem or two aminolr works, theme two pimra ot breonse - o doors represeot his labors for balt a Seenory. Theae doors. declaretd by SMlebeelagelo "bt to be the gates ot Sparmdis" reprsent the book of Gem t uls In all the depth of Its manlgr, Sad the skill of the artist has saever Sbeen overprhied. It Is Imposibli te dexagrate the glory of the work, ad d u SIf oe has the tlime and oney the sight of thoe wederIul doom is weail worth the trip to lViorse.-New York In t anor s li stahin as pull / e il or tio that ase would yEm aIm SpI bhe pushlag agaiant your clothesd o Do ouyr poittaed l ehoholdem always get their Joe thrhasuh thr own pusb. Sor is it ausally a mstter of pll This am Im saetag problem Think It vr.-New Wa Oket I HARTER - t 5 O ISD BRAr CMPANT. she t te hee~asei h eem m v S* aass Ma4me e 15 darlCLE L a - fc*rs fuse ot r sate y, as may be deemed AITICLE II. The domicile of said corporation shall be to the city of New Orleans, state of Louisi ana, and all citations and other legal pro cess shall be served on the president, and in his absence on the vice-president of said corporation. In ease of the absence of both of said ofeers, then said process shall be served on the secretary-treasurer. ARTILE III. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organised and the nature of the business to be carried on by It are here by declared to be: to buy, sell and deal In, for its own account or for account of others, improved and unimproved re:al estate, lands and tenements: to lend money on property, real and personal: to lease, rent and hire property : to make leases as lessor or lessee : to act as broker, agent or trustee for Ind! vliduals, firms or corporations: to guarantee titles to lands and other real estate: to re claim and improve landed property, and generally to do and engage in any tther business, undertaking or enterprise connect ed with, growing out of. germane or inci dental to any of the objects and purposes hereinabove set forth or contemplated by this charter. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation Is hereby fixed at the sum of fifteen thousand E$15,000.00i dollars, divided into one hun dred and fifty shares of the par value of one hundred dollars each, which shall be paid for In cash, or may be issued at not less than par for services rendered to or proper ty actually purchased by this corporation. All shares of stock shall be full paid and non-assessable. No transfer of stock shall be binding upon this company unless made upon its books. ARTICLE V. All the corporate powers of this company shall be vested In, and the management and control of its business and affairs shall be exercised by a board of directors composed of three stockholders, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transac tion of all business. The directors shall be elected annually by ballot of the stockhold ers on the second Monday in Ar:gust of each year. Each stockholder shall be entitled, in person or by written proxy, to one vote for every share of stock owned by him and standing in his name on the books of the company, and a majority of the votes cast shall be necessary to elect. All elections shall be held under such rules and regula tions as may be determined by the board of directors, and after at least ten days' no tice in writing shall have been given to each stockholder at his last known address, or by publication in a daily newspaper pub Ilished In the city of New Orleans for at least ten days preceding such election. The directors thus elected shall continue in ofce for one year. or until their successors shall have been duly elected and qualified. No failure to hold an election shall be regarded as a forfeiture of this charter. Any va cancy occurring on said board of directors shall be filled by the remaining directors for the unexpired term. Said board of directors shall at its first meeting elect from among its number a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer. It may combine the two last mentioned omlces into one, and may even elect a secretary who need not he a stockholder. Said board shall have the right to appoint and dismiss all employees, including the secretary who is not a stock holder. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the contracts, faults or debts of said corporation, nor shall any mere ln formality In its organisation have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of expos lag a stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid balance due on the stock owned by him. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation may be changed, modified or altered, or this corporation may be dissolved with the assent of the stock holders owning two-thirds of all of the stock of this corporation, at a general meeting convened for that purpose, after at least ten days' notice shall have been given as pro vided for In Article V of this charter. In ease of the dissolution of this corporation by the expiration of its charter or other wise, the stockholders shall elect three liqul dators from among their number, who shall have full power and authority to settle and wind up the business and affairs of this cor poration. In case of the death or disability of any of said commissioners the survivors shall appoint a successor to him. ARTICLE VIII. Until the election to be held in 1912, the following stockholders shall constitute the first board of directors, Martin G. Gund, Frederick (Gund and George Gund, with the said M. G. Gund as president, Frederick Gund as vlce-president, and George. Gund as secretary-treasurer. Thus done and passed at my omce In the city of New Orleans, on the day, month and year herein frst above written, in the pres ence of Anthony Troyani and Stephen A. Theard, both of this city, competent wit nesses, who have hereunto signed their names with said appearers and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. (Original signed): M.0. . Gad, 13 shares: R. J. und. 20 shares; George Gunad, 20 shares. (Witnesses): Ant. Troyanl, Stephen A. Theard. T. A. Bsac, Not. Pub. I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages for the parish of Orleans, state of Louisl amn, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of Incorporation of the GOnd Realty Company was this day duly recorded in my eoee, a book 1061, follo-. New Orlesans. Ia, Augrust 16th, 1911. (Slgned)k BEaaLs LaoAD, D. . A true copy. (Sea) T. A. Busc. Not. PuSb. aug 24 31 sep 7 14 21 26 1911 CHARTER OF "SONIA DIRALTY COMPANY." UNITrlD WTATM OP AMERICA, STAT3 OP (UIIANA, PARIBISH OP OR IuaS, CrTY OF NE ORIEoANS. Be It mewn, that on this seventesath Llday lt thelative mto tA grmatim of eor Se delaredt Ac d te hastsiln mthelv o at ts othe sata e and taws o the astae o Lu arnatreatis, trote fora tn ot oteeshe sasisnar h mral ssm d o sa eof La siaa, tar the erar a9 l trey -miw -tlt nO ha an bind anoI oarlia Ismeaeo m da w aatll ac par eraer bom s ass oat ed et te ad comet tutea body pa -lh m tite a o this esteu iat to ote aS. eas -d IlLdth aiao~i CLast~¶w55f brr -.-n broker or attornea in fact for any person or co.rpornto; to make and obtain loans upon real etate, improved or unimproved, and to supervise, manage and protect such pro perty loans and all interests and claims at fecting the same; and to have the same In sured against fire and other casualties. To improve, manage, operate, sell, mortgage. lease, or otherwise dispose of any property, I real or personal, and take mortgages and I assignments of mortgages upon the same. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation is hereby tixed at tihe sum of one hundred s thousand and 00)-100 dollars ($100,00.O)t, divided into and represented by one thou sanl shares of the par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each. Sald shares of stock shall be Issued at par only, anti when issued shall ti paid for in cash, or property, or the equivalent thereof. All shares of stock shall be Issued as full paid and non-assessable, and no transfer of stock shall be binding on said corporation, unless recorded on its books. This corporation shall be a going con cern as soon as three thousand dollars ($3, 000.00) of its capital stock has been sub scrllwd and paid for, In cash or its equiva lent. ARTICLE V. All the powers of this corporation shall be vested in and the management and control of its affairs shall be exercised by a board of directors, to be composed of three stock holders, and two of said board of directors shall constitute a quorum for the transac tion of the business and affairs of this cor poratlon. The board of directors shall be composed of Waiter C. l)wyer, Adolph Hlenriques, M. I).. and Joseph A. Wisong. Each board shall elect its own officers, which shall con stist of a president, a vice-president and a secretary-treasurer. The officers of the first board of directors shall be: Walter C. Dwyer, president; Adolph tenrlques, M. .., vice-president, and Joseph A. Wisong, secretary-treasurer; and the said board of directors shall serve and remain in office until the first Monday in October, 1912. on which said date, and an nually thereafter, the board of directors shall be elected by the stockholders at a meeting called for that purpose. All directors and officers shall hold office until their successors are elected and quall fied, and any failure to elect directors shall not be regarded as a forfeiture of this charter. All such elections shall be by ballot, con ducted at the office of the corporation, un dcr the supervision of three commissioners to be appointed by the board of directors; each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock owned by him, to be cast ip person or by proxy : and a ma jority of votes cast shall elect. Any va cancy occurring in the board of directors shall be filled by the remaining directors for the unexpired term. The board of directors may, from its members, appoint such committees as it may deem proper for the management of the affairs and business of the corporation; and shall be vested with full power and au thority to make all contracts, purchases, and sales, and adopt all by-laws, rules and regulations for the government of the busi ness and affairs of the corporation, and al ter, amend and change the same at pleasure. ARTICLE VI. All meetings of stockholders shall be call ed by notice mailed to the last known ad dress of each stockholder, not less than thirty days before the date fixed for such meeting. ARTICLE VII. This act of Incorporation may be amend ed. modified or changed, or this corporation dissolveu, with the assent of three-fourths of the capital stock present or represented, at a general meeting of the stockholders convened for that purpose. Whenever this corporation shall be dis so'ved, either by limitation or from any other cause its affairs shall be liquidated by three commissioners to he appointed for that purposa from among the stockholders, at a meeting of the stockholders convened for that cause. Baid commissioners shall remain In office until the staga of said corporation shall be fully liquidated. Any vacancy occurring among them from any cause shall be filled by the remaining com missloters. ARTICLE VIII. No stockholder shall be liable or responsl ble for the contracts or faults of this cor poration in any further sum than the un paid balance due on the shares of stock owned by him; nor shall any mere Infor mllty In organisation have the effect of rendering this charter null or of subjecting any stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid amount due on his stock. Thus done and passed in my office, in the clty of New Orleans, in the presence of John C. Baumann and Charles A. Duchamp. competen, witnesses of lawful age. residents of this city, and parish, who have here unto subscribed their names, together with the said appearers and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. (Original signed) : W. C. Dwyer, fifteen shares; Adolph Henriques, M. D., fifteen shares; Jos. A. Wtsong, one share. (Wit nesses): John C. Baumann. Chas. A. Du champ. EDouAnD F. HIxrarqugs, Notary Puble. I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the 8onia Realty Company was this day duly recorded n my office, in book 1061, folio -. New Orleans, August 24tb, 1911. (81tqual Eitt· LnO- "aD, D. A. I hereby certify the above and foregoling to be a true and correct copy or orlgnal act of incorporation, together with ertlfcate of the recorder of mortgages for the parish of Orleas, on fle and of record In my no tarital oaee. EDOUAoD F. HNloqsua (dal) Notlry Publc. anug 31 sep 7 14 21 28 oct 5 1911 CHARTER OF JAMES 8CALLEN. UNITED WTATb OF AMIERICA, UTATE OF I)UIBIANA, PARIBH O1 OB Be it aow n, that on this thlrty-Brt day of the month of A.gt, in the year of our Lord one tbousand nlne hnndeand eleven,. before me, John Waner, a btay pui In and for this Iprish, therein rdg,a in the preseae of the wltneses hereafter named and undersigd ponally eame sad appeared the several rtles whose names are herente obscrbe, who declared that availing themselves of the laws of Lonisl ens relative to tbe organalntion of corpora tios, hrb form themelve, their asoci ates and assigns and seeessom e into a cor poation, t the objct andpurss and under the b stinatlon herenafter set t which they do hereb adopt ua their chaLr ter, to-wit: ARTICLE "ONE." Th name and title 9f this orpom tion hall he "JAMU SCA~LUB,' s ail undr sid name all have and enjoy aorporate existene for a peed a ninety lm yearrs. ARTICLU "TWO." The domlne o this corporation shall e in the, elty of NeW Orleans, louIsla, and all elttlous ad otlher aroe r ll n sr da~ltyeml the v sd an sa in the atmaee or disblity bth em th sscreary-trtssrr. laid eseporatiose hal I havepoworto osaraet, oe and he mad; to mas sa me a ce rprate sel th eame to beak or alter at ; to iheld, r ets, purlse sl, tat, e e, r met ade itserrtn e e t , seegatr a nd prasoal; or dle nome ts e seteL nte to make r e om tmeweeerhs m t m a ml "ey -" a mrrr it ~r t In mt Iand lwd ,w _. t,, -eitn a ,ms to LEn¶dhr meaclng February 1, 1913. At such elec tlon each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote on each share of stock held by him. In .'ase of any vacancy on the oard,. said vacancy shall be tilled by the rnmalninc di - r,·tors. The board of directors shall cn tinlle in of e until their suc.ce.ssrrs shall have lwn elected and qualliel.l, and their failor, to hold meentings shall not have the ,ffect of re.nderin' this charter n11ll. Me-t ings of -tockholders shall bw held only after ten day. noelle of such meeting shall have Ieen giv.,n by the secretary-tre.a1surr in writinc eilther In Iperson or by mail, to 0ch 3(1 stockholder ten days prior to said umeetin. Any nmember of the Imard ab!ent from the city or unable to attend a mneetlng maoy give. his proxy to another director to represent him at such meeting. The Isarnd of diree tors shall Immedlately alter their election appoilnt liut of Ilh-Ir nurulmr a pr.esldent, vie-lpreidIent, and a secretary-t r.asurer. The first hoard shall hold offie until F-tbru- - ary 1. 191:1. or until their successors are electel .and said first board of directors shall ise composed of James i. Gaitreaux. Dr. Hlenry I-.. Gautreaux, and Mrs. Mary Sc-allen G(autreaux, with .tames S. ;Gautreaux as president. Ihr. hlenry E. Gautr.eaulx vice president, and Mrs. Mary $callen Gautraux secretary-i reasurer. AIRTICLE "SIX." This charter may be amended or the cor poration dissolved or ordered liquidated by three-fourths of the stock present and vot Ing at a meeting of the stockholders called for that purpose, after the notice is given as above provided for. ARTIC('E "SEVEN.' Whenever this company shall be dlssolved, eIthter by lIquidation or expiration of char ter or otherwise, three lqulidators shall .be appointed by the stockholders at a general r meetlng held after the notice above shall have been given. The liquhlators shall re main In ofice until the full liqlidation of the company, and in case of death o. resig nation or inabillty to act of one of the liqul- a dators, the stockhnllders shall elect a suc cessor as above provided for. and until such appointment, the surviving liquidators shall act. ARTICLE "EIGIIT." No stockholder shall ever bhe held respons Ible or liable for the faults or obligations of the company beyond the unpald balance that I may be due by them on the stock subscrlIld I hy them: and no Informality in organization shall have the effect of rendering this char ter null or of exposing the stockholders to . any liablllty beyond the said unpaidl balance a that may be due on their stock subscrip t on. Thus done and passed, In my omce. 317 ('artndelet street, this city, on the lay, month and year herein first above written, in the presence of Messieurs William Chris tlanson and John J. McC'iloskey, competent witnesses, who hereunto sltgd their names t with the said appearers and me, notary, the 1 said appearers writing opposite their names a the number of shares of stock subscrblld by I them, which shall act as the stock subacrip tion list. (Original signed): James 8. Gantreaux., ten shares; Marvy . Gautreaux, eIghty-nine 1 shares; Henry I. Gatutreaux, M. D., one share. To authorize my wife. II. E. Gau treaux. (Witnesses): .ohn J. McCloskey, William Christianson. Jso. WAorza, Notary Pablle. I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages, I In and for the jtrish of Orleans, state of IouIslana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the "James Scallen" was this day duly recorded in my oece in book New Orleans, Ia., September 12th, 1911. (Signed) EmIL• LaONARD, D. R. I A true copy: (Seal) Jio. WanazR, Not. Pub. sep 14 21 28 oct 12 19-1911 CHARTER TEIRMIN.AL OIL MILL COMPANY. STATE OF IOUISIANA. PARISH OF Of I..ANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. Be II known, that on this twelfth day of .ieptember. 1911. before me. Gilbert L. Iu pre. Jr.. a notary public In and for the parish aforesald, personally appeared the I persons whose names are hereunto sub - crlted. who declared that they do hereby I form themselves into a corporation, under the name of "'Terminal Ol Mill Company." for the purpose of manufacturing cotton Sseed oil and other products and by-products of cotton seed, and generally to do all things Snecessary or Incidental to said bushness. This corporation shall exist for ninety-nine years, and its domicile shall be in the city of New Orleans. Citation shall be served I pon the president or secretary-treasurer. The capital stock of this corporation shall be twenty-five thousand ($25.000) dollars, divided into two hundred and fifty (20) t shares, of the par value of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each, payable in cash or property. No transfer of stock shall be binding on the corporation unless It be made on its books. All powers of this corporation shall be rested in a board of directors, eompaed of three stockholders, two of whom shall constitute a quorum. It shall choose its own officers. The fIrst board of dlrectors bhall be John E. Quarles, A. ID. Oeoghegan and Amlear Lawson; with John A. Quarles as presldent, A. D. Geoghegan as vice pres-r Ident sad Amicar Ilawson as secretary-c treasurer. They shall bold ofice antll the I fifteenth day of October, 1912 oatuntll their successors are elected and hav qualifid. Thereafter an election of directors shall be held annually oin sadM date. Written no-a tie thereof shall be gvan to each stock holder twenty days pror Thereto, and said election ahall be held unader the supervision of the board of dlrectors. Each stockholder shall be entItled to one vote for each share of stocLk standina In his name on the books, proxy. A majority of votes cast ahll elect. Any vacancy occurring by death, resigns toIs or otherwis sall be blled by aelecton made by the remaining directors. Upon the dissolutlon of this charter, by Ilmltation or otherwise, the afalrs of this com palmy hUll be liquidated by the thena Mpresdent sad secretary.-treaurer. Should .elther be unable or cease to act, for any cause, the other shall coatlnue the liquidsa tlon asoIe. Slimed: J. Quarlea and others. Wltneas: Charles evertiga, James A. Fortter. . L DIUPDE, JR., Notary Public. I I, the undersiged ,Reaorder of Mortgag for the parlh of Orlea, do hereby crtify that the above and foroing articles of in corporation of the "Terinal Oil Mill Com Nte Orlea nSlt beI 12, 191. • (ed) EMl.. LEnARD , 1. n. 4, 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12, *19, 1911. 1 SCHARTER I)UISIAIa TANK BTOIAGO COMPANT. UNITED TrATSB Or AM ERICA, TAT I O, lmIANxA , PAtSa or o03 LIEANS, CI O NEW OaRIANS. Se tt hkhe Mththlelevmthd a leoj theen4 nier bnirf and aa. br I da~g n msd and UId igre& 3W"SS anUg Iea and -a the ieetas w a - - UR. m in JOHN P. VEZIEN, Pro.. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Speclal Attentlon to Railroad Orders. Prompt Delivery. 814316 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS t11. May. Cer.. Ots. rai. Hardwar Ge rm... Etc. WI.... Lqura.r Uwwwww WVVWVVVWW ww w wwwvwwwwwyVyV T WWw wvy w wwwww John Kleinkemper, Duos as Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. Seed. DenlIedJ Pm. dr . Caer C.r A ia d Verret Siretb. sey. uourtgage and h;,ther.ate properlty, rll. per tnali anlld ll ix.li to isiue tendl.s, notes andi other oIlgations ; to hay.ve and emploly stuich managers, agent and tthlr cllljiloyees as thte interest and collnv.nien.e of said corlspration may re-tlir. or denianl;l and to make andli estallih s.uch icy lvai, rllls and regulations for the corporate, man ag'ment and uontrol of the affairs of the soul )ompiany as may be i'eelitd Il,',-tarv or 'xltdiknt. AuRTlIL: II. 'The domullile of said corporation shall lb in the city of New ()rleans, stat, of laou isiana, and all citations and other legal po,,cess shall tin served on tlihe pretslilent, and in hii atclnce on tile vic.e-presihlent of said ,'orI, ratlion. In ic-ae of tilt. al.cllc- or ii aility of bot of both of said ticer then said ster vihe shall hle nwad. on tile secretary-treas. tirrr of said company. ARTIT'hLE III. The objects and purposes for whhhl thlki ilorloratiun is organized and the nature of the business to be carried on by It are here by declared to Ie: to carry on a general and bonded public warehouse and tank stor. age business; to issue and grant negotiable warehouse or storage receipts or c.,rtilfcates, and in connection and for the purpose of said business to own and operate tank and other storage and transportation equipmentsI vby land and water for the carrying and re ceiving and forwarding of merchandise, and generally to do and engage in any other business, undertaklng or enterprise connect ed with, growing out of. germane or mInl d;ntal to any of the objects and purposes hereinabove set forth or contemplated by clhii charter. ARIt'I.1E IV. The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand i$1io,a00t.00) dollars, divided Into two hun tired t 200 shares of the par value of fifty ($Io0.,t) dollars, each. which shall be paid for in cash, or may he issued at not less than par for services rendered to or pro perty actually purchased by said corpora tion. All shares of stock shall be full paid and non-assessable. No transfer of stock shall be binding upon the corporation unless made upon Its books. ARTICLE V. All the corporate powers of this company shall be vested in and exercised by a board of directors composed of five stockholders, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business. Said directors shall be elected annually on the second Monday in September of each year by ballot of the stockholders. Each stock holder shall be entitled In person, or by written proxy, to one vote on each share of stock standing in his name on the books of the company. All elections shall be held under such rules and regulations as may be determined by the board of directors, but after at least ten days' notice of such elec tion shall have been given to each stock holder at h's last known address, or by publication In one of the dally newspapers published In the city of New Orleans for at least ten days preceding such election. The directors thus elected shall continue ip office for one year or until their successori shall have been duly elected and qualified. No failure to hold an election shall be regarded as a forfeiture of this charter. Any va cancy occurring on said board of directors shall be filled by the remaining directors for I the unexpired term. Said board of directors shall. at Its first meeting, elect from among its number a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer. It may combine the two last mentioned offices Into one and may even elect a secretary who need not be a stockholder. Said board of directors shall have the right and power to appoint and dismiss all managers, agents and other em. ployees of the corporation, including the secretary who is not a stockholder, as con ditions may justify or the business of the corporation may require. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the contracts, faults or debts of said corporation, nor shall any mere In formality in Its organisation have the erect of rendering this charter null, or of expos nlag any stockholder to liability beyond the unpaid balance due on tbe shares of stock owned by him. ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation may be changed, modlaed or altered, or this corporation may be dissolved with the assent of the stock' holders owning a majority of the stock of the corporation at a general meeting con. vened for that purpose after at least ten days' notice shall have been given to each stockholder in the manner and form pre scribed In Article V of this charter. In case of the dissolution of this company by the expiration of its charter or otherwise, the stockholders shall elect three liquidators from among their number at the meetlng which decilde to liquidate to liquidate and settle the busianess and asai of the com pany. In case of the death or Inability of any of said commissloners or liquidators, the survivors shall appoint a successor to him. t ARTICLE VIIL Until the election to be held n Septem-. bher 1912, the following named stockholders shall constitute the first board of directors, via: Joseph Birg, John A. Wogan, Jules M Bu.eres, B. A. Oxnrd and Joseph BolIlgs with tim sauld Joseph Birg as presidenat, John A. Wogan as vicepresident, and Jules l. Burguleres as treasurer. This corporation shanll become n going conacera as soon as three thousand dollars of its capital stock shall have been sub. scribed for. Thsba done and passed at my oIeI in the city of New Orleasu, on the day, month and year heretin rst above wrItten, in the pree enee ot Theedere A. Beek and Anthony Troyanl, both ot thi city, ompetent wit aeses, who have bereunto sitend their names with the smid pperes and me, o. t after due reading of the whole. (ri gnod) : Jos. Bh P. P. John lack, Jo. . , Jules . Burguleres, P. P. John 8 nt, lh ~ P. .P. P . John lJack, B..t Onard. (WfeN) : ST. A. Beck, Ant. TroyanL Roam Lamsa, Nct. Pub. I, the mondersigned recorder of mortgages fbr the rish of Orleas, and state of ou a do hereby eertlfy that th above and I regoing charter et O Loaislanu 'Tak itam mn pnn ws this day dulpy i m ordd a my la ook . folo -. N ew Orleas, la.. September 11, 1911. I (ignd) SEtu Leaunm, D. L i A trne cepy tree the origial act. S(Ueal) Domm Lmatan, ot. Pub. Sept. 14, 1, 28; Oct. 5, 12, 19, 1911. Churc Calemier. CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF I AV. The. J. IrLa, P larih Priest. leaky (Octoboer 1 till e 1) - Enie: 5:15, 1:W; igh Mare, 10:0, Ikrma; 8:15, Childire's Mrn S, - dly lemel; 4:N p. m., eaiottlom t . tmho Ers erammmt. s im ( tMit ( October 1) ,M aE e: 5:15 !:5 umi *:W; ChS i- dren's Mass at 8:30. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after the last Masw. 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 October 1, 4 to 6p. m. Confessions every day from 6 to 7 a. m. Saturdays and eves of Feasts, from 4 p. m. till b: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 noon. Alter Sec.ety the first Tuesday, In the Rectory, at 7:.30 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 Ladles' Sodality on the fourth Monday, in the parlors of the Rectory, at 7:30 p. m. Children of Mary, on the third Sun day. Altar Boys. St. John Berchman's So dality, on the third Tuesday in rec tory at 7 p. m. Apostleship of Prayer-Gentiemen promoters on Friday following the third Sunday, in Rectory, at 7 p. m. Lady promoters on the fourth Sun day, in Rectory, at 6 p. m. Holy Name Society, every third Sua I day in the Church at 7:30 p. m. The Officers end Board of Couneillors, ea the Friday following the third Sunday In the Presbytery at 7:30 p. m. MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH. Rev. W. S. Slack, Rector, 235 Oivler r St. Telephone, Algiers 235. r Sundays-Holy Communion, 7:10 t a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; e Morning Prayer or Litany and ad dress, 11 a. m.; Confirmation Clasp (children), 4 p. m.; Evening Prayer r and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Holy Days, Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. unless others ise announced. Vestry meets first Thursday of each i month at the Rectory., 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Guild meets Tuesday after r the third Sunday at the Reotory, 7:30 p.m. Senior Chapter Brotherhood o St. Andrew. second and fourth Tuesdays at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m. Choir Guild first Tuesday after pre tice. Girls' Friendly 8ociety, second Thursday at 7:00 p. m., homes of men bers. Missionary Society, second Friday, 4 p. m Teachers' Meeting, Saturday, 7 p. a. TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH. Cor. Olivier and Elise Streets. Rev. Fred Wambegansa, Pastor, Residence: 438 Olivler Street. Sunday Services, 10:30 a. m. German-Every first, third and fifth Sunday. English-Every second and fourth Sunday. Sunday School-9:00 a. m. Weekday Services-Conducted in the English language, every Thursday t night 7:30, from October to Jane. Communion services are previously announced. Church festivals observed by special services. A parochial day school, conadeted by a special teacher, in connection with the church. Meetings-Congregational meeting. every first Monday, 7:30 p. a.; OGe man Franenvereia, every first Wed needay, 8 p. m.; Heplnag Hand Circle, I every first Wedneeday, 7:30 p. a.; Young People's Soelety, every sooeod Tuesday, 7:30 p m. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Se8viee, Rev. J. W. Booth, 119 Vallette it. Morning service, 11 . a.; ea ning service, 7:30 p. .; Sunday SIchool, 9:30 a a.; Junor Upwert Lssmne, 4:00 p. n.; Senair Swerth League, 7:00 p. ia. Junior Npworth league Soolm aed Bstneas metnlg, at the ehurCh a the secou Prlday, 7:30 p. a. Setior pworth league Utwrry, SoNal and Business meeti at the church n the torth irday, 7:30 p. a.. Woman's Homeo Missmon Soety at the chnrch ae the frst Tuweday e each month and oa third Tueseday reach medth at the homes t d it ame bers at 7:30 p. a. Choir practie every Satrday at the crch at 7:3 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. - Sun4day scool ato he every Sunday I evetas at 8 o'elok and preachians ew er mnend m day at Plythia BHall by - the Rev. J. C. Burr and Rev. J. P. DO - loa.