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Id the WEST
25 to October 10, 1,12
Trains, No Change
Sleepers, Chair Cars and
Car Service Best In the
ll particulars, ask any
SAgent of the
desire fresh vegetables
et the varieties the sea
we can supply you.
5. Wednesday and
1PB1, SHRIMP, ORABS
st. JeL's Maket.
ve Into a Wired House
S~oking for a house with all modern improvements, see
wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb
A House Wired for
wnveniences sad comforts not obtainable otherwise
electr hatinag mad cooking, the use of electric
other things etrical All useful, labor saving and
bomse yce lth is aot wrd,e ask the landlord to have
will du without fuss or bother to you, and at
cost to him.
Railway & Lighting Co.
C. s. A. C~En, Osasrnl M"ager.
R. & ST3 ss. Suporimeae.snt.
ea tn d en
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A MEC e Co.
I. .i.-anu a
I a. ine., mma amma 15 mm.
Geo. E. Bays, Jr.
Novels School Books,
Sporting Gods, Tob.aco,
Cigars and Cigarettes.
I..uI em ua Inmm. Iuum.
No. 441 Slidell Avenue
HARRIS' ICE CREAM
PURIST AND BBST IN THU CITY.
130-1802 DRYAD8S STRBUT.
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a wý f bAa eS.
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eA K esembisueLem shal
lew I tlan or 0 the saei of the sa
egatl es sil to net of tv O(
men ot th6 sai emmo the enrvl
oe shim eatisns to set wth the easa
per and shal b authorbed to costiae
sId emple(e tdafio.
No sale of 'ayt the stock of this eerpo
ratio shall be reeeslsed until the sars
shall have been trnsderred on the books ol
this eOpmration In the same of the purebse
er ad s o ase shall less than one tut
share be transterred.
The persoes whose names are bereunte
subserlbed are hereby declared to be the It
corporators of this corporatiLoe and ha
respectlively written opposite their names
the amount of stock eubscribed by each one
Thus done and passed In my notarial of
Ace In the city of New Orleans, garish o1
Orlean, state atof Louislana in the presence
of Adrian M. Font and Fred C. Querens
competent wtaineses of lawful age, both re
siding la the city of New Orleans, state o1
Louisiana, who have hereunto signed theli
names together with the said appearers an,
me, notary, after due reading of the whole
on the day, month and year herelnabove
(Original signed) : D. J. Gay, two shares
per B. C. Toasmeire, attorney; L N. Dante
lor, two shares, per E. C. Tonameire, attor
ney ; J. C. Clower, one share, per E. C. Tons
meire, attorney. Adrian M. Pont, Fred C
Querens. PHILIP GNsBLas, JR.,
I, the undersigned, recbrder of mortgages
in and for the parish of Orleans, state of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of nlocorporation of the
Dowllng Engine Company, Limited, was thbl
day duly recorded In my once In book 1055,
New Orleans, July 17th. 1912.
(Signed) EMILs LoNARD, D. .
A true copy :
PHILIP GxBaLs, JI.,
(Seal) Notary Public.
jouly 25 aug 1 8 15 22 29
MARX, HYMAN & KLEIN.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. STATI
OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORIAEANS
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, that on this thirtieth dal
of the month of August, in the year 1912
before me, Scott E. Beer, a notary public it
and for the Parish of Orleans, State o
Louitsana, therein residing, duly sworn, com
miastoned and qualified, and in the presenci
of the witnesses who hereunto sign thel
names as such. Personally came and appear
ed. The several parties whose names ar
hereunto subscribed, who severally declares
that availing themselves of the law of thi
State in such cases made and provided, they
have contracted and agreed, and do, by these
presents, contract, agree and bind themsel
ves, as well as all other persons who mai
hereafter become associated with them, t(
form a corporation for the objects and par
poses and under the articles and stipula
tions as follow, to-wit:
The name of this corporation shall is
"Marx, Hyman & Kleln," by which eak
name this corporation shall have and enjoj
corporate existence and succession for the
term of ninety-nine years from and aftel
the date hereof, unlees sooner dissolved ac
cordIng to law. Its domiclUe shall be i,
the City of New Orleans, 8tate of Loulsiana
It shall have power to contract, sue and be
sued; to make and use a corporate seal oin
the same to break or alter at pleasure; t.
hbold, receive, lease, purchase, sell, convey
as well as mortgage and hypothecate, under
Its corporate name, property, real, persona
and mixed, and to borrow and lead money
and to give and receive all manner of as
curlty therefor: to name and appoint suet
managers, directors, ofcers, agents and em
ployees as the nlaterest and convenience o1
this corporation may require, and to make
and establish easuch rules and regulations fop
the management of this corporation as ma.
be necessary and proper, and the same tc
amend at pleasure.
Citatlons and all other legal process eball
be served upon the President of this cot
poration, and in case of his abence or disa
bllity, upon the Vice-President thereof, and
is case of his absence or disability, upon
any oicer of this corporation.
The purposes for which this corporatios
is established and the nature of the business
to-be by it carried on, are hereby declared
to be to conduct and carry on the businesa
of dealing In ladies and children's ready to
wear apparel, millinery, and kindred lines,
and to do all and every kind of business in
cidental to said lines of business or con
The capltal stock of this corporation is
hereby Axed at the sum of thirty thousand
dollars ($30,000.00) to be represented by
three hundred shares (300) of the gar value
of one hundred dollars ($100) each, which
capital stock may be Increased or decreased
la aomplirae wirtth the laws of the 8tats
of Loulasna.- Stock shall be Issue in sucb
amounts and at such times a the Board ol
Direetors may presertbed and determine. The
said Board of -Drectorsis empowered to is
sue shares of stock of this corporation, at
not less than per i payment for labor so
tually done for the benefit of this oorpore
tion or for the actual value of ptoperty re
ceived and transferred to this corporatio,
and for other valuable considerations, a
the Board et Directors may see t.
Transfes oft the stock of this Carport
ties shall be made on the books of this cor
poration, suobet to se e osrmalites sad
re ltis as the osard of Directors may
Seb ad every stockheolder sball have
one vote for eery share of stoek -a-di
in his same aos e books of this corporation
ach stoekholder may give ay other stock
der i a wrtl gto represent hi.
this corpoatles shall be a lu coer a
sIe as the eu -ll s m of twent te -d
aent o Id too caepital ock threo
Me 1 te--essetowr o this cepora
itieasl he va e bis ed ecbut be te
Derd of (l r els t the smpstss of them
_ as-k1de bh crpotthon te o .s
Tb hieae e irectrsshall he a e c ah
a ofa Preuelesat a * seea
mur, 1 S sa the e edem of the
meoso re olte d a ndosalte . a suc
eard. Utise6 o b e, ask sledim shall
1531, by Aclt.dat LUt.ar Prm.)
Helen trembled when Bobby Ellis
detached himself from the wall-flow
ers at the schoolhouse dance and
slouched across the floor toward her.
He crooked his elbow and jerked his
head in a stiff bow. In Salt Petre
Creek this pantomime was the custo
mary invitation to dance.
The girl glanced across the room
and breathed a sigh of relief when she
saw that her father's broad back was
turned toward them. Bobby Ellis not
ed the hesitation and smiled tolerant
ly. Helen's hand slipped into his arm
and in another moment they were
waltzing to the strains of violin and
cornet. Bobby's arms clasped her
closely and she could feel the heavy
thumping of his brave heart.
"I expect your pa will be kind of
wrathy about this dance, but there
was something I had to say to you,"
said Bobby presently.
"I don't care itf he is-just onoe,"
said Helen recklessly.
"That's a proper spirit, my girl," ap
proved Bobby. "He still holds you to
your promise to marry Rawlins?"
"And you told him you'd be a duti
ful daughter and marry the old skin
fint, so's they could jine all their land
together and make the biggest range
in the county?" His voice was cares
sing in its softness, but Helen trem
bled at its hidden menace.
"Nothing more-has been said. I
suppose father takes it for granted,
after your quarrel with him. He
knows that I haven't seen you until
tonight. I hope he won't make trou
"He's harmless for a while," grin
ned Bobby as he turned her past her
parent's broad back.
'"Who's that he's talking to?
"A lady friend of mine."
"A friend of yours?" ipquired Helen
with a catch in her voice.
"Yes-I just made 'em acquainted.
Your pa will enjoy her right well."
"Who is she, Bobby?"
"Mrs. Watkins-Sally Watkins-the
Widder Watkins from Chinquapia."
"OhI" gasped Helen, for she had
heard of the gay Widow Watkins who
had created havoc with the hearts of
0I Must Go Hunt Your Father Up."
the cattlemen and whose name had
been coupled with Bobby Ellis lately.
Heei looked hard at the fascinatin
wow who was talkg earnestly to
Mr Main. Mrs. Watlds was evident
ly rtP of the wealth of red hair that
was geerously streaked with whits,
ar she made no attempt to conceal
its piebald eect. e had a roud
pink and white fae, sweet and ood
hmaored, aid her smde was good to
apite at the wave of fealousy that
rusnhed over her.
"lhe is a swat, ood lttle woman,
an sbs seen a heap o troble," msid
Debby emphatically. fTe beet day
he ever had was th oe en which
sh plnted olM WatKlLsl"
"Wuas he old?" asked Bles tahtly,
"'lAbout Ravli' ag" turned Bob
by amerless. "She marIeL to help
her talk aloug. The felow sh loved
was poer them, bt h married and is
petty well e m --- rk as yu r
p- ud as sour aeipelmelt"
"Perhaps they wll marry wi
he a widower?
"Yes, b's fr eo gh-but wheth
er ther marry or aot-hal"
"Is that what- you watedl to tell
mat" ashke Helen eeMir
.Biosathag Le that," retrMd Bob
'b mis Il her pink ser. "I'm goina
to b marrieA temeinw moring."
Th girl tn his arm sattamed a b
toe nd er hands grw d. AlUl th
purtypenter was druad freer her
see ' She moved he. Upi to make
uly, but o send earm
'fwags liag tsk ur pa todart
yu qer to the arenms -th prms
at Bled jiler 'wl l e the kant"
l"m I ae. ath ay-I
tehams father the ser day that
I beE ler bean te a wesiag tI my
"IIIh*s ey m-u -
rarrango. I a geet the ra-rght
elag sU t ma an bieso
asses w' :iias~iiii~ 'week we w it *
she said decisively. "If father won't
I will come alone."
"Good for you!"
"What time-is it-to be?"
"Ten o'clock sharp. You know where
the parson's house is?"
"The widder wanted me to ask you
to wear white-you see she's set on
wearing blue apd she says if you
should wear pink or red or anythlng
like that it would make her dress look
like an Indian blanket on a piebald
pony. I hope I got those colors cor
rect-her hair's red, you know."
"Red and white," corrected Helen
"Thank you," said Bobby solemnly
as he led her to a seat. "I reckon this
is the last dance youll ever have with
me as a care-free bachelor. Next time
I'll be an old married party!"
"I suppose so," said Helen.
"I must go hunt your father up and
tear that there little widder away
from his fascinating attentions," cried
Bobby gayly. "See you at 10 tomor
"Good," said Bobby, and if Hele.
could have seen his face she would
have noticed that there was a strained
look in his eyes.
She saw nothing save the curiously
streaked hair of the Widow Watkins
and Bobby's tall form bending over
her as he calmly carried her away
from big Bill Main, Helen's father.
Mr. Main's eagle eyes roamed the
room and found his daughter's pale
face staring appeal at him. The big
cattleman's harsh face seemed curl,
ously softened as he met her appeal.
ing glance, and his eyes wore a hurl
look as he pushed his Angers through
his grissled hair.
"Well, daughter?" he asked.
"Are you ready to go, dad?"
"Right and ready," he returned
When he drove up to the door in the
buckboard Helen was standing on the
steps muffled in wraps. It was cool
outside and she shivered. As they
were about to drive of the lean form
of Jim Rawlins pusbed close to the
"See here, Helen," he whined, 'you
was engaged to me for the BSaratogy
Lancers-you know I can't dance any
of them round dances, and I been
waiting for you-they're starting u
"I'm serry, Mr. Rawlins," she was
.beginning, when her father cut In
"Let her alone, Jim-she's all tired
out," and with a vicious cut at his
horses dashed away, leaving the angry
Rawlins staring after them.
The long drive back to the ranch
was a silent one. When they came
within sight of the lamp in the win
dow Helen ventured to break the st
"Dad, Bobby Bis and Mrs. Wat.
kins are going to be married at 10
o'clock. I promised I'd go to the wed
ding. Will you drive me over?"
Bill Main stifled an oath. "Yes-Ill
drive you over, Nelly," he said softly.
Helen's eyes filled with tears-he had
not called her Nelly since she was a
"I promised Mrs. Watkins I would
com"" he spoke in a queer voice.
"You knew her before?" asked Hel
an with sudden intuition of what was
"Yes-she did what I tried to make
you do. Married an old man and I
lost her. It's too late now for me to
make good to you, daugshter, but Ill
send Rawlins packing tomorrow. It's
retribution on me for standing be
tween you and Bobby."
"You mean-that you came for has
now, father?" whispered Helen.
Helen leaned her heaed aganlast h
ather's shoulder ad presently hil
arm encdrced her.
The next mornint Bill Main and his
daughter drove to the parsoage q
Bed Spider. Whioe Mr. Main tied his
hres Bles smoothed the white lawu
gown that she wmre out of courtesy fos
the Widow Watklns' ret aitr.
"ItI moeaery for me to wear whit_
today," she whispered to herelf, fe
her face was whiter tihan her trck
Impnule would have taken her a them
sand miles in tboh opposite direetioa
from the scene it Bobby 3llW we
dtai, but she nderstood or thought
she did, why he asked her to be the
It was coamma goNip in Budhl
asuty that Bobbyl hiad b oeen
to Bdelen, and her preseace, as well as
her athe, tbhere toidy wouldt su
Ir. Mil and tbe wIdow wee walb
_g - the sparlor at tbhe parsnaga
Bobby was Iokng white and ster
ead tbe widow was very lovely in p
Y-Iahm that -ee her eyes.
"Belare I ear ia hb sky pilot," -b
Bby rther nrveosm, "I want to
say that this is i gpme-I did It to
p. BHole here and the widow belpeod.
e clearesd is thrant and stared d
Santy at DiR Maia, but BIrMaa was
look-ng at his daughter.
**Ia onlag to marry Beld, now, aad
d smtLher do it with your semest the.
without, sir. What you at to ay?"
fbres Mr. Ma sid trframe a s ep
Blm had raged into Boebby's arms.
There's the auw, Bobby," said
B Maim s Nomdr, but his face glo
s a i a new itt had hen _m__e
"If you ad Ma. Wasls wi
- yea -me da" smuetaed the Sy
=eas ede Ite tregatr.
"MIgh as web ii k Ie Ip mew sa
maeb a d eMb hr it t," sad Mr.
MeI. "What sam, ar"
trat wa ababy antI pianmed,"
~1~ m3 eii
Ilyman A Klein" was this day duly recordidl1
In my ofl e in book 1055. folio -
New Orleans. IA .. Aunust. 1912.
E:111.-: I4EONAitIl, P. ItRe.'.
I. the underslgned notary public. here'iy
certify that the a!bove and fIoregoling Is a
true and correct crpy of the origina:l char
iter duily recorded in the oitgage t..it,' te ,tf
the parish of Orlea:tns, to.-,ther with the .er
tit'cate of the 1Recorderr ,f .,rttgag,,e for
sltd parish thereuito affilxed.
In faith whereof. I hereu:nto siLn tay
nanme and affl my seal this 3tith diay .;f
s,'OrT F. RI1:IR, N\t. 1'n.0
sept 5 12 19 26 oct :L t .
iOF PAYOL' 4I'.Ni l4t. 4 .Ml'A\NY.
u-NI'i':I STA'i'+TEsi (1i iltl.A. S.TAt.:
(iF I.OI'ISIAN.\, l'AillSI' OIF lll.l:ANA,
CIITY OF NEYW 4illl.l:.\Ns.
lie It known, that o'n this 22ndil diay ofl
A.tLllit. In the ya:lr of lir lari. ion. '!140!1
sand nine hunildred and tntelve. lw'frtl m,".
Ilermnan Mi.hel, a notary public, .ahr co,:n
mtuisslontled and qialified, in ,t., for the
parish of Orb-an-., Staltle oIf t Ihi:,n,. ther,
it residing, attl in the presenlle of the iwit
nesses herelinlfte.r na;lmelld anl itii.b Liied.
pers.nal tlly c a ind apl ,ar'l: lthe v, rl
personls whom.' namines are h1, , l nlhl b
scril..d., who severally dieclareld, -.tha: aai I
ing themselves of the piritvlees of !h,. last,
anld statutes of thie state of Illloi;lll:a, , "0
tive to the formation iof corlttloratitnll. a:IlI
Ipartlcularly of act No. 75 of the sesiol ot
the ;enral Assembly of the State of Inu
islan:a of 1904, tihey halive conveu'antel an,
tagreed, and Iby tllese lpresenlts do ,i)Vlnl;lini
and agree, and bind and ob1llgat. tiheimnseli\.
as well as all such personns may; tl h' lertea ftw I
lteime ias cilittl \with thiIt l, to frlt ardt
constitule a Itsly clrl'or.ate :and tl t litlh int
law', for the objects and purrses and underti
tile stipulations and pirovislons fill, o oin:. , toI
Tile name and title of this eor'orationtll
shall be the hayon 'ane 011 Ionllpt;anly, and
under that name it shall have anlI enj-y
all thei rights, privileges and advantages
granted by l:law to corporations, and shatll
hlave the right, power and autlhorllity to n
joy suclression anid corporate existence for
and during the full period of nunety-nine
years front this date, unless soonner dissolvedl
In tthe manner hereinafter provided for.
Said corporation shall have the power allnd
authority to contract: to sue and to Ie
sued; to make and use a corporate seal and
the same to break, alter or amend at pleas
ure: to hold, receive, purchase, convey, de
liver, mortgage, hypothecate, and pledge any
real or personal property, and to Issue' notes
and other obligations, negotlable instru
ments, or other evldences of debt; to have
and employ such managers, agents and othl
er employees as the interest and convenience
of said corporation may require or demand,
and to make and establish such by-laws,
rules and regulations for the corporate man
agement and control of Its affairs as from
time to time may be deemed expedint or
The domicile of this corporation shall be
in the city of New Orleans, parish of Or
leans, state of Loulslana, and all citations
and other legal process shall be served upiion
the president, and In his absence upon the
vce-president, and In the absence of both,
upon the secretary-treasurer.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is created are hereby declared
to be to bore for oil, petroleum, gas, salt or
any other mineral or earthen products; to
establish, builld and construct pipe lines and
other means for the transportation of such
products to the market; to buy, sell and
otherwise generally deal in said oil, petro
leum, gas, salt and other mineral products:
to buy, sell, lease, mortgage, hypothecate,
and otherwise acquire or alienate real and
personal property of every description what
soever, and generally to do every and any
thing not herein specially enumerate and
not Inconslstent with the other objects and
purposes herein set forth.
The capital stock of this corporation is
hereby fixed at the sunm of fifty thousand
($50,000.00) dollars, divided Into, and rep
resented by five thousand (5,000) shares of
the par value of ten ($10.00) dollars each;
said shares of stock shall be Issued only at
par, anti when issued.shall be paid for in
cash or property, or in the equivalent there
of. All shares of sto;,k shall be isusued as
full paid and non-assessable, and no trans
fer of said stock shall be binding on said
corporation unless recorded on Its books.
No holder of stock In this corporation
shall sell his stock to any person until he
has first offered It to the board of directors
of said corporation at its then book value,
and it shall be optional for this corporation
to refuse to recognise any transfer of stock
made In violation of this provision.
This corporation shall he a going con
cern as soon as three thousand ($3,000.00)
dollars of its capital stock shall have been
subserlbed and aid for as heertnabove pro
All the powers of this corporation shall
be rested In, and the management and con
trol of its afalrs shall be exercised by, a
board of directors to be composed of five
stockholders, any three of whom shall con
stitute a quorum for the transaction of the
business of this corporation.
Tb first board of directors shall be coom
posed of J. P. Landry, E. P. Brady, O. W.
Crawford, C. M. Eiseman and Albert Phenls.
The olcers of said first board of directors
shall be J. P. Ladry, preeldent, E. P.
Brady, vice-preesdent, and C. W. Bleaman,
secretary-treasurer; and the said. board of
directrs and said oers shall serve and
remain In oOe until the fret Monday in
eptember, 1913, on whleh day, and annu
l tiherter thea a ab dorectors sall
be lected by e stockbolders at a meeting
called for tbhsat irpose. all directors and
olcrs shall hold oee until their eaecs
aere are elected and quallded, and any faill
are to elet directrs shbell not be regarded
as a forfettur of thbls ehrtter.
In the electlom eat direetors, eah stock
bolder dshlL be entitled to me vote for each
share of stock heldM by him, which must be
east either t pern or by duly autbortled
proy; and the majorit at th votes cast
ll elect. Any vacancy oceaurring tin the
bard of direetors may be filled by the re
metlnlg directors for the munexpired term.
At the Stat meetngr of the board of direc
tees sftie their eletton, and quallaticlon,
they shall elet rom amag their number a
Sa vice-preldet eand a secretary
All meethlag of the steoekholders shall be
called by written otice maled to the last
hmown address et eaeb stockhbolder not lees
than thlrt days before the date azed for
ench mUs as r esa sa otice iaa beea n
wtee l itlia by the steeholders.d
• ArTICOJ VII.
This act of icorporaio may be amend
ed, modlded, aed or altered, or thi
erpoatin may dbe d lved with the as
seat of the stockholders holdiag ad ownil
threealfouzrthe the capital stock thereof,
who may be m teor rresented at a
gemnal met of the stockholders con
vem er tba t pspose, ad of which due
sotke has beasn t.
Whesever tis orporaton sall be diel
solved, either by lilmtatolo or from any
other ese, its shire shebll be ltquldated
by three (8) eommlslouers to be appointed
for that purpose from amongl the stock.
eadrs, at a meetag of the stockbolders
comnved far that purpose; said commat
slsers uhal rse i i oe unti the at.
fais of a o to shall be fully and
iaily Ilqdated. Any vacmany occurring
amea the Iquidatorr n anm cam what
em r alla ahe ble y remanl
N stekhder shall ever be Ilable or re
she 3 sr the ncorets or fults of this
een ain aty tfurther sam than theo
Ia alce due by hi on the shares
o toka eribed to or med by him;
Sshall at mee informality in the ao
lnatls o this cerporsti hav the at
fott ot this cbarter nulL or of ex
tie s ddMers to Uay tarther e
Sthe the u a moet wlieh may
es a h is8 stockde enplss.
hn dens d s i astasral of.
e t i el e Orle, in thepro
eme of osesm tl larter and Joha L
Cremoes, eamopatt nwitn , of lawfrlt
em d re oa f at thisety sad parish.
ws bass hereunte ebrlksd their names,
h• e . Ib.
Casudeed. M shasun C. M. lsmsa~,j
hereyg aeIsetf th the shor
I I t1 t' iwa:!.a:
I' 1hi , 1 \ :N 11;. 1 ý
Lant a e, i In th, .ly f N w O ea . "1. a
bof rdju of dltor snhall at the first meettng
If ts board of directors elect a president,
vice-president and secretary-treasurer.
The first electio . for directors under this
charter shall be hrld and shall take place on
the 9th day of July at the year tnete
hundred and twelve, a, d they shall rt.ve
until their succorerse shall have been duly
elected and qualitted.
The followg sha constitute the rt
board of directoi: Heiry N. Iherburne. 1i.
C. Glent ad ,t. 8. Williams t . ad the td
Hlenrr N. Sherberns shall be preelden1t, the
aid ti. C. Gle7n sfal be tice-p'"ldeo , ad
the said C. 8. Williams shah be neeretary.
tThe falure fot r any c1a1 to elect dre
tors on the day stpu latred shal not di.ae
solve the o rato, but the fsears a d
directors then In charge shall bold over •1a.
9i' their puceeeo.s shall have been d;ly
"en;tet ftd qf.rttI law. I ft eventut of ay
fatlure ft bold the eletfton on the da l tp-.
,t, ... ," tnelt 9re ,h" .a"" o t."l eolntrm¢tls;" u, t
u hsr1 hone. :Athrlei-:prel. s"il,
imedittely thereafter fla iew elftisf to
be held a~fter nottee ne herehlatter provided.
Af al ele.tions anit meettiatgs of ato- tkbo .
re of tbt -fa ra oto esth t ok olo r
shal be entitled to one vote ftor acf h tafre
rof stock rgistered In tt i.me .ad i' a
vote i f!n person b." - t 'tfr . t . t .
Thte Ipower and authoaty ato sell, mort.
taIin otmhier or othtrerwise dtipose of r
Ialty owned byt o this corporation shall be
vs ted an the stockholders, a t to trear
in the presldets or le his aub see, e .f lie
under the lli trnetions of the baper
f drectors, an ed a majontf of the st aek
rirtiot ft1af. asec',on i,,wers-hrestlnata- end,
This acet of incorporottoo a be cebased_
modTated or amefded, tko tts corporatttli
Ty be driolved by nsead wirth the oait t-l
fe majority of the capital sto ae of thi
ttrporation -resat. itr te- naft the t alel
ft1 paidforingo caheo stocayolderisiut inlae -
ntet ofranal after rigticer provertyn at'ua mn
he ro-i-veidby tis Arpoatol . AVlharansfe.
SUpon the d atIolati sc of this charter by
matiton) u or otherwase, its eal s hati beo
oiqutd ted by the thea preonsdtt, v eo
olest and soerretary-friesurhr. bould emher
of anuabe on thring c orpmran tut seon the
other; two shal continue t, aitae lqleaseu
The corpital stik om thie rrawtoa oin may
be rnreaend aor doreand la the musaner ww
tor heretoforie provss ed dor by the a of
tNo stockold r of tha hve beten shme alni
obe held irble or .o n nefor the eon
tracts or faults of thit orpoertioes a sa -
fprater sumt tha e espai d hatrcie due
ai borporftod d the sham oet tofk subt
stbc hod er, owned by hom: soh hll any
aqoream iy a orenslatlone hof tuhesn es
of rederg thios charter ull, or ed athar o
a may stockh older to ahy ldes o bil s con
april in00 eachya. uWfesh said dayc shall b
the opa ld for In ch, i nt a dy, de eIon -
The shoare bers hereto have set oppsorte
tihr resbehhcte etme the sumcer ofu sbre
nsm ie o allserve shall be ainvenb
tinUs done ecd signe i at New Ole o en,
eral corculation puyblished in theingcoa
lanuagn , nthis th day of July, anaeteen
hared ad twerve, shall the ire sescie of
tforl.g its ariko ts Albelet algre n
vetpet witeaent recrc ta thisrearurer
who favte hereoat e these preo ethis
together with the apperers sad me,
noart, shall bdue eled nofa thae iwhole.
ta bthrda of Julyts conpthed yea nineeen
hdr120 dtwe s : Glend, the20 shah a.
Wil tiams, ceors shall ha vtete: bteragen
I, the und reuhed Reorder ofan dyf
I sand for the patish of Orlesas, utatset*
Iouisiana, do hereby certify that the abeve
andi forieolong sart of lneosiportes o the
"a lmet olnd and Timber tompesany" wasi
th dav hy reorn e nl my redaeu, thi book
New Orle.us, lae., Acu dtt, 1912.
Nthe o said e.LWllciamn shall be gieretay
Thelifatilur for aevny scanesv day elctpre
I hereby certy the c tio above se d r ao d
dor to a true and c arget shay the o r unal
ot te and of record s ll my ohee.ed
Ie eith whereof wn nid tae my eaedal seal
The forests for whdih Enlsand wts
airt e alm famous have vadashed or
uthe 9 dt t o the attenated orm eos
e hu areda telsved woods ad pe shall erks,
ni whl theea be obtaall aned only h
beleted aft quanoiceashsa provided
Th al olltion shaud ll meentiges o thefi
erd of tisecororrain h N stockhneold.
C. Glen a onCem, When saent sai,
shea re en.t led tohem toree o e e
ofi sok r.Gegi stered in icae-peiet andma
vthe sin peso or Wllays sharoxy, cetry
The powluercud anytboist to sellt mort
gage encumber ory otherwised dsoasl nof d
sole thiy wed y corporation, sh h onalldh
vietostdi then stockholdershal aordin ovteirn
by thei presidnor ihal hisavine teen dvisy
pesiete und qaier.I the evsenctos of thbard
ofadiretors aold ah elecjorit of theda steak
ue..,this ac siet of incororaton a e changed,or
may he issolvedn baeit the vie-rsien, shall ta
of iamaoriy o theratl apialne stock of thi