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JOHN P. vE, P --
tens & Vezien Co., Ltd.
Ship Chandlers and Grocers
Attentlon to Rallroad Orders. P s.1 b p.
8164 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALIERS 11. _
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Wines and Liquor, Weod, Coal Hay, Corn,
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Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Biaths 6 Cents
PLAIN BATNHS Segate
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DR.J. L CASAUBIEILH DmoPODlrT
CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor
Osetl Street - - - - - - New Orleans
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tuall purchaBed by this corporation.
All sharee of stock shall be full paid and
non-assemsble. No transfer of stock shall
be blnding upon the corporation unless made
on Its books and all certificates of stock
shall be asigned by such ofcer as may be
designated by the Board of Directors.
All the corporate powers of this company
shall be vested to and the management and
control of its affairs shall be exercised by
a Board of Directors composed of frsl
stockholders, a majority of whom shall coen
stitute a quorum for the transaction of all
business. The Board of Directors shall be
elected annually by a ballot of the stock
on the first Monday of August of each year,
and after at least ten days notice shall have
been given to each stockholder by man ad
dressed to his last known address, or by
publlcation In one of the daily newspapers
published in the City of New Orleans for at
ieeast ten days preceding each election. Back
stockholder shall be entitled In pemrn or by
written proxy to one vote of each share of
stock owned by him and standing in his
name on the books of the corporation. All
elections shall be held under such rules and
rsguletioms as may be determined by the
Board of Directors. The directors thus
elected shall continue in office for one year
or until their successors shall have been
duly elected and qualified. No falrlure to
elect shall be regarded as forfeiture of this
charter. Any vaeancy occuring on said
Board of Directors shall be filed by the
remalning directors for the unexpired term.
8ald Board of Directors shall at its first
meetlng after Its election, elect from among
its number a President, a Secretary and a
Treasurer. It may combine the two last
mentioned oces Into one and may eves
elect a Seeretary who need not be a stock
holder. Said Board of Directors shall have
the right to aoint sad dismiss such clerks,
Sand other employees of the cor
p rsIncluding the secretary who is
a stockholder, as conditions may justify
or the business of the corporation require.
The tenure of oce of all the employee of
the corporation shall be during th plesure
of the Board of Dirsetors.
No stockholder shall ever be held liable
or responsible for the contraets, faults or
debts of said earpeation, nor shall any
mere nformality n its organisation have
the effect of rede this charter null, or
of exposing a stockholder to any liability
feysrd the bunpaid y baiance du on the
This act oft nererato may be changed,
mleltd or lter or this so pseton may
be dissolved with the smst of the stock
holaee owanig a mJslby of the sck eL t
the sespersta at a meral meoti ga
vel for that aesan alter eac stocki
hosear shall hAs e mtised be the ma
aer and form raedhed I atiie V tof
thie harter. In ease e the dsslties of
hii e ess tis hb the miontMia of this
charter or a srwise the f*Iheldem shell
eleet these 2 fe emone their
nm ter, ebe i and e l siess and
I th empa r. eaeof the
or It any oft sal eols
asrs ora the srvivo r or sm.
s shall t a meses or sees
rees Ro them.
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a saug-. am sot 4l . -
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tae t tb esarries a a t are 5d
elaind to la: to esdct ai lassa, e
a44010"is let, ua i 70or sorts of
traee whatsoever : to act as agent for
resident and son-resident lnsurance com
pal; to nspect Insrsance risks, adjust
lam e0 loses, and. generally, do and per
form a and all acts necemary or nact
dentl to the srance aency business.
The apltal stock of this corporatlon is
twenty theseand dollars ($20,000.00), divid
ed into and represented by four hundred
shares of fiJty dollars ($50.00) each, all of
which hate been snbeeribed and paid for.
This corporation shall exist for the term
of ninety-nine years. It shall hold, receive,
purchase, mortgage, pledge, lease, convey,
under its corporate name, property real anti
personal, movable and Immovable. It shall
be capable to sue and be sued; to make and
use a corporate seal: to adopt by-laws, rule-s
and regulations, and do everything needful
for its good government and support: and
generally, It shall possess all tile powers
required or proper for the carrying on of its
business as above deslnated.
The affairs of this corporation shall l,
condeted, and the corporate powers shall
he exercised, by a Board of Dlirettors, com
posed of three stockholders, elected at a
general me-etng of the stockholders to is
held annually, at the domicile of the cor
poration, on the first Monday of August.
itrelnniug on the tirst Monday of AunLust.
1913. Said Beard shall selert, from their
own nulllwr. a P'reshlent. a Vice-l'resid-nt.
and a Secretary-Tretasurer.
The following named persons are detlared
to be the Board of Dlirectors and the oftliers
of this corporation, and shall serve, until
the first Monday of August. 191:t, or until
their succesa,rs shall have lawn elected.
namely : James Prevost. President ; Adolphe
lmAquin. Vice-President; and George Sarpy,
Any vacancy, from whatever cause aris
lou. in the Board of Directors to be elected
in future or as now constituted, shall lIe
filled by the remaining members of the
This corporation may be dissolved by the
vote of three-fourths of all the stockholders,
each share counting for one vote, at a gene
ral creeting of the stockholders called for
that purpose, after publication for at least
ten days in a daily newspaper in the ('lty
of New Orleans, and after notice in writing
to each stockholtler, served at least ten days
before the meeting.
t'pon the expiration of this Charter, or
upon the dissolution of the corporation, the
liquidation shall be made by three liquida
tors elected by the stockholders, and said
liquidators shall serve until all the affairs
of the corporation shall have Iten entirely
wound up; and should any of the liquida
tors die, the, remaining liluidators or liqui
dator shall have full power to act.
Done and passed in my ofe, at New
Orleans, the day, month and year first
above written, in presence of Messrs. Del
vallte H. Thteard and Edward O. r'resap,
competent -witnesses, who have signed with
the appearers and me, notary, after due
J. PRIEVOST AND OTIIERS.
Witnesses:-Delvaille It. Thear,l, E. O.
CHAS. J. TIIEARD, Not. Pub.
I, the undersigned, ItRcorter of Mort
gages, in and for the Parish of Orleans,
State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing Act of Incorpora
tion, of the James Prevost Insurance
Agency, was this day duly recorded in my
office, in Book 1055, Folio 117.
New Orleans. Angdst 20th, 1912.
(Signed) Emile Leonard, D. R.
A true copy:
CHAS. J. THEAlRD,
- Notary Public.
sept 5 12 19 26 oct 8 10 Notary Pub
OF HOME AND AGRICULTURAL LAND
AND LIVE STOCK COMPANTY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORLEANS,
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this seventeenth day
of the month of August in the year of our
Lord, one thousand nine hundred and twelve,
and of the Independence of the United States
of America, the one hundred and thirty
sixth, befor me, Pantl Walter Maloney, a
notary publie, duly commissioned and qual
ified I and for the pariash of Orleans, there
In residing and in the presence of the hew
Inafter named subscribing competent wit.
nesses, personally came and appeared: the
several pmsons whose names are hereunto
subscribed and who severally declared that
availing themselves of the provisions of the
laws of the State of Losalsana relative to
the formatilo of corporations and more 9ar
ticularly of the provilsons of act 78 of the
legislature of 1904, they have covenanted
and agreed and do by these presents cove.
nant and agree and bind themselves as well
as such other persons as may hereafter be
come associated with them to constitute and
form a corporation and body politic in law,
for the objects and purposes and under the
articles, terms and stlpulatlons following to
The name and title of this corporation
shall be the Home and Agricultural land
and Live Stock Company, and by that cor
porate name t shall have and enjoy succes
sion for a period of twenty-five years and
shall have all the authorities and owers
generally vested In corporations nader the
law, and more particularly shall it be au
thorised to contract, to sue and to be sued:
to make and se a eorporate seal and the
same to break at pleasure: to make and
Issue banda, notes and other evidences of in
debtedneas: to borrow and lend money; to
pnrebm, sel les, sub-lease, mortage and
tnser propety In any of its forms; to
employ manages alrectors, eaees, agentsr.
clerks or aperateadents, as the laterst of
the company my require; to ma by-laws
rles and alatlos ifor the management
of Its afairs ad to pese il of the pow
ers grated and lateeda to be reat here
ia or by law I ordam to earry out the o
jchto and eas tr whch this eorpora
TL dalelS ot this eoepertlm shall be
i .tLe ct of e eOra statte of La
Msaa,a4 Lc#ltoem or lI procs of
ar aort all be served on bt prmidmt
or ia his abseace ups. the vresldent
or In the sbasace or disability of apon
the retobr af tie cmps .
lbk ebjcts ad urpo or whleh tbhi
.-o a mt a is m ad the nature of the
M be ea e si4 em It are hreba
dclad t b e·: :the olesiagma
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mae arndr o r the
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They had known each other a very
long time, and they were joined to
gether, perhaps by something more
than friendship. The summer, with all
its charms, was smiling for him; she
was beautiful, and her eyes were like
two large stars. But he was at Ox
ford studying, while she was-a girl
ready for marriage. Finally he de
cided that she was not in love with
him, and in his soul he found a power
that was stronger than love, which
pushed him forward to the country of
studies-a country containing no
dreams or illusions.
He went to Africa for his holiday,
and while passing his time idly he
learned that she was married.
"It is an old story," said he, ironical
ly, to himself, and tried to think he
did not care about her.
Finally he wearied of the long trip,
and came back, brown from the Afri
can sun, and languishing for her.
She had had time to lose her hus
band, and had finished mourning. But
the capricious nature of this man
drove him away as before.
At last he called upon her, think
Ing that at the door she would meet
him with a shower of sweet reproach
es. But she received him as always,
apparently indiffernt, with a good
hearted smile on her pink lips.
"She never loved me," he was think
ing, with bitterness in his soul.
Seeing the cloud upon his forehead,
she understood him and wanted to dis
tract him by conversation.
"What is the matter with you to
day ?" she asked him with apparent in
difference. "You cover yourself with
clouds of smoke in order not to look
at me. I never saw you so nervous
before. What is the matter with you?
"Indeed, I have many reasons to be
sad and nervous," he answered with a
"Show me your secret. Tell me all."
He looked directly into her large
eyes, but he read there only ordinary
"I can't tell you."
"Because you don't help me."
"Because you don't have confidence
In me," she answered, indifferently.
"I would be willing to tell you the
secret on which the destiny of all the
world depended," he said with emo
tlon. "But you will not help me."
"How do you know "'
"I know it because it is not in your
disposition, in your character; pero
haps not in your blood or in your tem
"I am very anxious. Bit down hers,
look into my eyes, and explain those
reproaches that wound me so cruelly."
"I have a very difficult task," he an
swered smiling, "but I will try. First
let us take an example, such as one
meets very often in the lives of two
"Somebody loves you, and is suffe
1mg because he Is not sure of your
love. His heart is breaking because
of doubt. You won't see such senti
ments; you won't do anything. An
other woman would see the love,
would notice the poison of deception,
would put her hand on his shoulder
and with one word finish all his suf
fering. You would never do that. You
would keep the love as a snake near
you: breast. You would torture his
soul, and you waould rather die of love
than show that you loved also."
8bhe was Irstktng to him with alten
to. Her shapely fae reddeed; her
Ip. became purple; her black eyes
re moist and bright; her bosom
hearved, sad lshe staid tfanatly, "And this
you re telliAn am snerely."
He woul have spoken harthe, but
at tis moment he felit two mow-white
arms arand his eek. The beastiftal
tile head apprached his foe, the
small math touched his hair, his
brn s freead, his lhted ews, aad
eiUnaly Joie his lips one lo kis.
Intiemated ad hamy, he kept heri
Shis Irma, deairing to prolong I
finlyof this carmi morment.
Ioe drew her lips from his, hunan
his aoeek, and looains into his eyes,
bwhispered with wonderful sweetness:
"DearT, yeos were mistarn."
- Prenbrewm Havaas.
The world of smokersn l Freae e
Stojuder bylettes and paragrah in
the w J ars siy agitated by
Sstep taken by te govn
ma-t department widb superintends
the tobseeo mnopoly. t has ordered
a supply of savaa ad Maryland to
a- seed. for platation in Fro~n;
and It openly procinms Its lInteten
o salitu tobeoco raised from this
newly Imported seed as genuine Ha
ea atMrYlan& It crtrtairy sem
to be a preose ig of diabous emm
mt o morality; ad the aumzplon thati
the pecutiar t~aaiatlm of a Havas
elgar er a pipeal of Virinia tobsees
is due meraly to the t that It is
row. from a eartaln seed, sand not
to any unue condItions e tr l at
imaniuf t e- s e lt e eaestlo
able--but the min wad is with the
Between 19i a d1911 the preded
ti of phomate reek Increased fam
1,46,T long teas, valued at 85*1,
as, to Ms,7 lon tons, valued at
P110,e8. The was a incease It
produtin In 1911 over 1910 of nearp
sr hundred theaasd tons.
Sasm bee et ,ee a svek memte a
g ha e-lt s re aer ened
Tb add to Bunketoa's diseomflture
Ia losing his way, he has now been
brought to a standstill by the abso
luate impassability eof the highway,
and his temper, already sorely tried,
finally gave way.
"What kind of people are you up
here in this rotten old state?" he
cried, addressing an old countryman
who stood close by, inspecting his
stranded car with curious eyes.
"I dunno," said the old man.
"Baout the same es most folks, I
'D)o you call this blankety blank
scar on the face of nature a road?"
"Not ez I knows on," returned the
old man. "This here hain't the pike;
it's Mose Whibley's traout stream rut
dry. I wondered what ye was drivin
up it for."-Harper's Weekly.
"How many children have you?'
"Three. Two grown up daughters
and a son in college."
"How proud you must be of them."
"I am, but somehow or other I don't
seem to be able to act so they can
bring themselves to feel proud of me."
A CHEERING EFFECT.
Dinks-Hot weather doesn't appear
to affect the doctor as in former
Winks-No, his uncle died and left
him stock in the Ice trust.
A Rare Bird
there lives a man in our town
Whose like you seldom meet;
The bright remarks his children make
ie never does repeat.
In a Department Store.
"See here, my wife had a rib broken
at your bargain counter Just now."
"We will reset it, of course, in our
surgical department," said the polite
floorwalker. "And if you are contem
plating any other operations, now is
the time to take advantage of summer
rates. We remove the appendix, for
instanee, for $19.99."
"QuickI I want to show you some
thing remarkable. Do you see that
little woman across the lawn-the one
with the pink gown?"
"Take a good look at her."
"She doesn't impreass me being
remarkable in any way."
"Walt till I tell you about her. She
Isn't afraid that she has a cancer."
Talking for the Lungs.
Bill-The capacity of the normal
and unrestricted lungs is said to be
about 273 per cent, more than those
which have been compressed by the
Jill-That's strange, when youthlnk
how much more a woman gets out
at her lang than does a man.
Plenty of Poetry.
"There should be poetry in life"
"Well, we set it in street cars, an
billboards, 'on soap wrappers, and on
the beakast food Whet do you
She (quottng)-Death loves a si
He-The doctor loves an ray mark
"le now the graouch with aerdng air
Dearles the day became it's fair;
And sarain at the eelng M .ast,
Growls 'asth hisd beath "It -ames
"I am afraid your frimend will sat
care fet a glass ad water her."
"Way mt, mes be is thirst"
Because this is soft water, and 1
uderstand he is a hard drinker.
"Mrs. Stoughtame says she always
sleeps en har tfrat porch,"
"Does she? I preifer my right
*afl be fish ker elber stoebhoer
es - disetsss, her the p
ahse, e h epeea armt a be d
the ai a rqrs at a ineal
"It's time to begin considering my
vacation," said the little stenographer,
dubiously, as she examined the con
tents of her pocket book. "Honestly.
sometimes I wonder which is prefer
able-to stay' at home and be con
tent with spending money you earn
each week as it comes along, without
thought or worry-or to begin hoard
ing early in May and go without your
lunch and give up matinees and re
gard even nickel shows as expensive
treats, and fast from all candy and
soda-in fact, save every cent you
can, and then borrow some, so you
can go away for two weeks and
"Been saving since early in May,
have you?" remarked the bookkeeper,
solicitiously. "I thought you were
looking thin and worn. I had sup'
posed it was just the need of a vaca
tion and I didn't want to mention it,
as I might frighten you. Why don't
you stay at home and fatten up? You
could get a big steak every day in the
week at the club for what you'd pay
for it once on a vacation."
The little stenographer eyed him
suspiciously, but there wasn't a hint
of a smile in his eyes.
"Well, I am considering it." she ad
mitted. "When I think of all the
money I've wasted on vacations it
makes me positively ill ! Actually I
could run qa automobile on It!
"Besides, what do vacations amount
to?" went on the little stenographer,
"I can go in bathing here at home
just as well-the water's just as re
freshing. I can sit on the sand here,
just as well, and it will be just as
sticky and grimy. I can walk around
under a stylish sunshade and sit on
the porch and talk, in my best clothes,
exactly as well and as satisfactorily
as I can 'way off somewhere at large
"Then when it's all over I can loop
in my purse, count a roll of bills that
haven't been spent and get seats fot
all the shows I want to see during the
"It would mean a chance to get as
quainted with one's friends, too. Hon,
estly, I've got dozens of married
friends, who I know would be glad to
have me go out and see them, bul
I never have the chance. Think
what I could accomplish in the way
of renewing old friendships in the
course of two or three weeks!"
The bookkeeper nodded his comr
mendation. "Then you'll have a
chance to take in a bunch of summer
parks, won't you?" he said. "And you
can see the sights that you've nevel
had time to look at, and you can heat
the good music, take long rides, g
out into the woods, pick flowers, have
plcnics-oh, there's so much one car
"That's what they all say," added
the bookkeeper. "But why can't you
be honest? Why don't you say right
out that there's no use in your going
up to the lake if Jimmy isn't going
to be there, that if he's to be in tows
you'd just as soon stay, too? Why
don't you tell me truthfully that you
expect to sleep as late as you can
fust getting up in time to press your
best dress before Jimmy arrives t
take you out? Why don't you admit
that you'd like to spend your mone)
on personal attractions as long at
Jimmy's around-and keep him right
Tho little stenographer opened beh
mouth several times to remonstrate
but no words came "Why-why-'
bshe Snally gasped. "I never-"
Just then the telephone rang.
"Well, what do you think?" 8sh
issued from the telephone booth al
excitement. "I've got to get all read)
to go away ti two weeks! I nevet
dreamed of going beforte Auust, bu
I've got to go on the 20th of thu
month, and I haven't got any clothes
ready. I haven't even got a Suit!
"Oh,-1-weader If the Irm'l let me
go at that time. I'll have to sound
Mr. Brown this afternoon. Isa't
great? 'Up on the labe-you know,
the same old place we always go
Oh, I can hardly wait! Don't you
envy me? Think of the awimmin
and the canoengs ad the weeds and
the all day hammocks-doesn't fi
atke you bhomaeslek?"
"How ahboet thoseo Saelal strats"
the bookheeper iqired.
'"Oh, mothar'tll advance-all I want,'
replied she, as she looked abeantly
In saee The she ermiled raptu_
"Jimmy alo up yop haarded the
"Theyre goin to hre him a vaca
ton after all. Thinlag have change
He didn't dream he'd-"
She stopped saddenly ad gared
with ire ai her eyes, at the book
kee, because he was al -
hicago Dolly News.
Simple Home IRemedie
trager la Town-Bay, what's go
to take for a cold?
Native-Oh, qu e and whiskry, o
quiaine ad bready, or quitnie ad
ram, or quaine and a-n-and mr-
yo want to be darned earetl about
the quinain-It's powerul stu-
"What kid or a savestlsaton de
yes wat?" asked the legislater.
"Oae o those that get the public so
tsd of the wbole matter that they
are willing to qugait talking about it.'
each atockoldr, malled to his lst knowa
ieresie a t as re ea the booaks of the
nr iblrain issaes aeut the afairs of
the corpesmtlem shall have ben settled and
IhoIlt·6 ad thLy sall have power to rs
c- Il the amt tls and d(Irbate
th roe . it saym , and in csee of ay vs
oahu diath or otherwlm ea ef
the mid Uiakhe the yasaney shal he
Shed by theain,.
Thi on am d eeat y to in the
Ctt o e tre of LeeIdana,
a the date Srat heal written i ssth
ome et 5. Bneada at en -
-wiaun whe have gsi
ad tase erese ts with the mid
ENlI -'-~ aUL a--I
Maud Muller on a summer's day
Appeared in RIeno far way.
In hat and gown of Paris style
She also wore a hopeful smile.
The judge was duly holding court,
Reporters waited to report.
Fair Mrs. Muller mado her plea
And she was very fair to see.
"Ne more I rake the hay. alas!"
Sho said. "I'mn thinking more of grass."
She told the court about her life
And proved she was a luckless wife.
The judge, now bald behind his ears,
Recalled to her the olden years.
He said: "Do you remember when
I sighed those words: 'It might have
"Why. judgel" she cried. "I'm not thal
That is a tale my grandma told.
"I raked no hay-for mercy sakel
All that I did was wed a rake."
The judge said: "In that case, of course
I'll have to grant you a divorce."
"0, thank Jiou. judge," smiled Maud. "Ta
I think you deal in lovely law."
Of all sad words of tongue or pea.
In one short week she wed again.
IT SEEMS SO.
, ~ 4% "U
"Palp," began the little boy at the
"Well, my son, what Is it," asked
the gentleman without rem~ong his
gae flrom the artist with tlhe gree
whiskers and red shoes.
"What do these actors do for r -,
thing to make the people lagh whba
electlon Is over and they have ma
candidate to talk aboutT'
"In that case they swear as itte as
Verily, papa was acquanted witt)
the methods of the ten-twt-thirtl
As a Paver.
"Paps," says the daughter o the
mii ister, "In your Easter sermn
won't you please make some eaothig
rwmarks about the extravagame o
-emen in dresses ra bonetsT
"Why, I ha suoh a sermon Ina mim,
my der child. But what aa odd
request! Why do you wish l.mte
"Because re got a peach et a ben
-.L sd a dream of a dress d It
ou preach agast such things every
woman in the conregation will otler
One Last Delight.
"I thought you were goyag to e
tour application for diversoe this
week," sers the boe o etia.
"I had Intended to," replies t- die.
tssed wilet, "but John is galag to a
stagt dinner next week, ad I enelmi.
ed to waitt and give him a farewel
piece of my mind when he eem
bome from it."
The Leading Peeture.
"But," she protested, "your blem
are not at all Parisan, alahoegh y
advertise the latest hints from Par s."
"A," replied the ladies' taller,"thal
rers to the prices."
His Re son.
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my of golft
Dobbe-HeIo arst met the preset
Mrs. Nobbe at a golft tournamet.
sares; Nlicbohs Jun, 10 sha .s Jmea M.
Maloney 10 sharee. Wltnesus: H. J. Brun
lag, Rlichard Pearce.
P'AUL W. MlUloDN,
I, the undersigned reeorder of mortag~e
Ia and tor the parlish Orleans. etat of
lnonilsena., do hereby certify that the aove
and foregoing seact of lncorporation of the
Home and Agriculte~ ral Lad and Uve Seek
_Aur 1t 19 1011.
(Signd) 3III LONRAD, Dy. .
I h erbycertify that thea· o uto
plas I a tre copy of the erhI act en
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