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CHURCH- OF THE HOLY NAME OF MAY. Tf os. . rkin, Parish Priest. Sunday (Octohw I till Jane 1) Msses: 5:15, 7:00; High Mass, 10:00, Serm~; 8:15, Children's Mass, Bun day School; 4:30 p. m., Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Sunday (June 1 till October 1) Masses: 6:15, 7:00 and 9:00; Chll. dren's Mass at 8:80. Benediction of the Blessed Saorament after the last Masm. 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 6 p. 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 Society the first Tuesdiay, in the Rctury. at 7:%I V. nm Conference St. Vincent de Paul. every Monday night, in the Rectory. at 7:30 p. r,. Holy Angola !I drlity. 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 day. 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 Office s 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. Ladles' Guild meets Tuesday after the third Sunday at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m. Senior Chapter Brotherhood of St Andrew, second and fourth Tuesdays at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m. Choir Guild first Tuesday after prac tice. Girls' Friendly Society, second Thursday at 7:00 p. a., homes of mem bers. Missionary Society, second Friday. 4p.m. Teachers' Meetin& Saturday, 7 p. m. TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH. Cor. Olivier and Eliza Streets. Rev. LA. J. Schlleer, Pastor. Residence: 488 Olivier Btreet. German-Every Sunday at 10:30 a. Engllah-Everey Sunday at 8 a. m. Sunday School--:15 a. ma. Weekday Services-Condeucted it the Engllsh laagae, every Thursday nlght 7:30, from October to June. Communion services are previouslwy anounced. Chuach festivals observed by special ervices. A parochtal day school. condueted by a special teacher, in connection with the church. Meetings-Conregationa1 meettng. every second Monday. 7:30 p. m.; Ger man Frusenverean. every first Wed needay, p. m.; Helping Hand Circle, every first Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.; YoTan Peopleos Society, every second Tueday. 7:30 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH. Seanday Srwvls. Rev. R. M. Brown, 233 Delaronde street. Morning service, 11 a. m.; eve anla service. 7:30 p m.; Sanday Sebsel, 9:00 a. n. Jualor Npwerth Leage, 4:00 p. a.; Senior Epwurth Jualeb Bpworh Irague Boaal and surnesms meetl at the church a the enoea Ptay. 7:30 p. m. Seatml r wth mague Itrary, bea) ad besas meetia at the ehres a the barth Frday, 7:00 p. U. Wman's Home Milsom Soelety at the church a the frt Tuaesday at eah math ad a thbk Tuesday at eh P0ath at the homes of Its mm _ors at 7:30 p. m. Choir preatlos ev Satrday at the chaSrch at T:00 p. a. PRmEBYvTRIAN CHURCoH. emasr soee h huMt everry mty ems 8 oeiat k ah Isemhls ev irr Wssameia at PtuMe rbo the L r. . obn rt I 3 P. DR SOCIEIES. Where and When They Meet and Ad Sdresses of Their Officers. Masonic. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 St. John Lodge, No. 153, F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock. Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson; Edward Dosier, S. W.; H. S. Manson, J. W.; George Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L. J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street; W. Setnat, tyler; Thomas IH. Regan, S. 1).; Selig Davis, J. I).; W. II. La husei 51. of C.; C. A. Sutherland, chaplain; J. M. Couget and B. H. Borne,. sti;ards; (;eorge Helbert, Jr., organist. Pythian. Crescent Lodge No. 3. Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., meets .very Friday night in Pythian Hall at , :;o o'clock. I. Chestnut, chancellor commander; . W. K. lp, vice chancellor; J. B. Ba hin, prelate; A. S. Covell, master of work; C. Berthaut, master-at-arms; E. E. Babin, keeper of records and seal; George Lecourt, master of finance; L. J. Peterson, master of exchequer; C. " iller, inner guard; Louis Martin, outer guard; J. B. Babin, grand repre sentative; (;Geo. W Pollock, alternate; (1. Miller, janitor; E. E. Babin, organ ist; E. J. MoIthe and J. B. Babin. gener al relief committee: R. Chestnut, J. B. I'alhin and A. C. Heron, committee of aine; Louis Peterson, Dr. C. V. Kraft, aind I J. Ilurton, trustees; I)r. J. E. l'ollock and Dr. Chas. Gelbke, physi c;ans; E. J. Mothe, undertaker; I,. J. 'Peterson. delegate to Anti-Tuberculosis League. Virginia Lodge No. 136. Virginia Lodge No. 136, K. of P., meets on the second and fourth Mon days of each month in Pythian Hall at 7:30 p. m. A. Stecklin, chancellor commander; l.ouis Fisat, vice chancellor; Walter Wright, prelate; Jno. Pendas, master of work; Wm. Owens, master-at-arms; C Krogh, master of finance; A. F. Kaufman, master of exchequer; L. F. Gisch, keeper of records and seals; Walter Goodwin, inner guard; .I. E. Thorning, outer guard; S. G. Smith, Grand Lodge representative; 'm. B. Owens, alternate; S. G. Smtih and L. F. Gisch, general relief commit tee; S. G. Smith and Winm. Owens, trustees; Jno. A. Barrett, undertaker; Dr. J. E. Pollock, physician. Order of Eastern Star-St. John-Chap tsr No. 36. St. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. N. Reynolds, worthy matron; E. W. Burgis, worthy patron; Mrs. E. W. Burgia, secretary; Mrs. C. A. Suth erland, treasurer; Mrs. A. J. Amuedo, associate matron; Mrs. L. Goodlet, con ductress; Miss Olga Nelson, associate conductress; Mrs. S. G. Smith, Ada; Mrs. Bilas, Ruth; Miss Maude Tufts, Esther; Mrs. G. W. Pollock, Martha; Mrs. C. Nelson, Electa; Mrs. 0. Frlsch, warden; Wm. Lucas, sentinel; Mrs. C. A. Borden, chaplain; Mrs. A. Vander linden, marshal, and Mrs. C. Corbett, organist. Woodmen Circle. Orange Grove No. 9. SOrange Grove Nc. 9-Meeta c.na the first and third Thursday of each month lin Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m. Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Bell Sville street; Lizzie Borden, clerk, 545 Vallette street; M. Stalcup, assistant I clerk; Anna Vanderlinden, past guar dian; Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts, banker: Shade G. Smith, at tendant; Julia Erickson, chaplain; Dr. J. Ernest Pollock, physician; Josephine Mock. Inner sentinel; Mrs. J. Matchett, outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt, Emma Short and Ida Hymel, I managers Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Barrett; E. J. Mothe, under taker. CHARTER OP' J. J. SBUIRA COMPANY, LIMITEtD. STATE OF LOUISIANA., PARISH OF JBF F'ERSON. Be it known,. that on this twenty-first day or the month of December, In the year s of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twelve, and of the independence of the United States of Amerlcta, the one hundred and thirty-stixth, before me, Frederick A. SMiddleton.a notary public in and for the perish of Jeterson duly sworn, commis . aoned and qualified, and in the preence of Sthe wnltnemse hereinafter named and under I signed, personally came and nppeared: Jurdan J. Bores, John L. Buras Jr., nd Joseph Monteleoae, all of lawf'ul age and Sresldents of the city of New Orleans, state ? of aluslana who declared to me, notary, in the presence of the undersigned witnaresses that, evalnku themselves of the provisions Sof the laws of this state relative to corw. Sations, and espectally under Act No. of S1888s of the Getneral Assembly of the Btate of L0oisam, they eovenat and agree, and by hese presents, do hereby covenat and t sgree aa dnj themsoelves, a well u asuc f other pereons as may hereafter become as secited with them to form and constitute a corporation and body politle In law, for a the purpoes onhe stipulatou articles "*TICIl I. The nam and Utle of this eoraortion shall be the J. J. Bumn Company ited, city of New Orham , ander Its saM r~ porste ame4 said OPOaties shal have I ras auhrity to sontract, aun ens the sam se break or alter at sLoasre;* - sa.- a audd t as sa e wea - ms ty ulm i ,eor; nr t e mbs mlJ atob. HUMOROUS QUIPS The Passage of Time. He met her where green branches hung In graceful curves above When he was ardent, slim and young And there declared his love. But she, more worldly wise than he, Had strength to answer no. Accused of heartless cruelty, She kindly bade him go. Poor stricken boy! He went away With anger in his breast. She knew that he would learn some day And know that she knew best. He thought that he could love no more. But she remained serene. At that time she was twenty-four And he was seventeen. Today he knows that she was right. With others to adore His laugh is gay, his heart is light. He cares for her no more. She often sighs, remembering His earnest, boyish vow. What changes passing seasons bring She's his stepmother now! -Chicago Record-Herald. Child of Prosperity. A true tale is told of an old man who had attained prosperity. Having built himself a new house, he declared that it was not going to be a mere place to live in, but was going to have all the "frills." Anyway he had an electric bell fitted. then a distinct novelty to the neighbor hood. One Sunday afternoon Joe Briggs. a neighbor, called. It was hot weather. and all the windows were open, but the front door was shut. Joe knocked tim idly, but the farmer took no heed. Joe knocked again, louder. Still no reply. Joe grew restive and knocked again with force. Still the owner of the man sion remained tranquil. Joe stood puzzled and offended, for he knew the folks were at home. Once more he tried-a loud, continued knock that resounded over the entire place. whereupon the nettles owner yelled: "Ring the doorbell, confound ye! Don't ye know nothin'?"-Weekly Telegraph. One on Him. An elderly suburbanite, who prides himself upon his methodical habits. was showing to an overnight guest a particularly handsome chiming clock. It was 10:30 o'clock, and the host pro ceeded to wind up the timepiece. "For thirty-five years," said he, "I have never missed a night winding up this clock at 10:30 o'clock." The guest, who happened to be a jeweler, examined the clock closely. and a quizzical smile o,"erspread his face. "What's funny?" inquired the house holder. "Why," said the visitor, "I was try ing to figure out how much time you have wasted. This is an eight day elock."-Newark Star. To Memory Dear. Touched by his sad story, a Harris burg woman recently furnished a meal to a melancholy looking hobo, who had applied therefor at the back door. "Why do you stick out the middle finger of your left hand so straight while you are eating?" asked the com passionate woman. "Was it ever bro ken?" "No, mum," answered the hobo, with a sniffle. "But during my halycon days I wore a diamond ring on that finger. and old habits are hard . to break. mum."-Independent The Heckler. "Stump speaking is the hardest work in the world," said Senator Beveridge. "It is especially hard," he continued. smiling, "when there are hecklers in the audience. "A friend of mine the other day was getting on famously in a staump speech. "'Gentlemen,' he shouted, 'a man is known by his works.' "And he paused impressively. But a heckler took advantage of the pause to yell: " Then yours must be gas works.'" Memoranda. Professor-It was by the inscription on this colossal obelisk that we sue ceeded in positively Identifying the mummy Rameses I. Uncle Henry-I suppose all that Chi nese rigmarole on there was his memo randa of the size of his sockLs, his watch number, whom to notify in case of death and such truck.-Post. BSaeohelers, Take Warnmingil Hobbe-Allenists say that single men are much more liable to Insanity than married. Dobbs-Bure they are! Single men are always in danger of going crazy over some woman-Boston Transcript Up in Smoke.k "What do you think, old man? They have named a cigar after me." So bragged the actor. "What was the matter with the cigar -wouldn't it draw?' So asked his triend--Bufalo Express. A Good Aotor." "I see you have an actor employed on your farm." "Yes. I put him on. He's a darn good actor too. I thought he was work Ing the first week he was here."-Pitts burgh Post. Usless Effort. Muggains-I don't believe in coatradlc ag ta woman. Buggins-No; it's a waste of energy. Give her time enough and shell con I tradiet herself.-Philadelphia Becord. Not What He Expeeted. Sse (sententiously)-Mem are what they eat. She (innocently)-Oh, are yew so toad eft calves' brainua-Baltnmor Ameream. lisk by-laws, raltes el regalations Sor aspl.r mea n t its sMs as my a msa ae pmleer, eed th mm t change ar a ter at pmmei aa to de Se aad es feraor a peal o ] ite , ,m m, m , •ee ta he st Iru RURAL EGYPT. One of Its Quaintest Speetacs is al Native Wedding. However modernized Cairo is or will become, says a writer in the Wid-e World Magazine, rural Egypt remains the same today as it has been for countless generations. One of the quaintest sights out In the country is a native wedding. I was fortunate in seeing two of them, one from a train and the other .while walking near the pillage of Heliopolis, which is the site of the ancient city of On, mentioned in the Bible. The bride and bridegroom were com pletely screened from the public gaze by a canopied arrangement on the back of a camel. It looked like an im mense ottoman adorned with a cover illuminated by gorgeous patterns. 'T'his camel was followed by the bridal par ty, all women, seated on a long train of camels, each camel supporting two l women. The great, clumsy creatures (the cam I els, not the women) were almost en veloped in immense rugs, on the tol,( of which apparently a feather bed had been deposited, and on this the women squatted, giving vent every few mo ments to a prolonged shrill trill, which I gathered was Intended for a festive song. Altogether the incongruity of the spectacle was exceedingly comical. INGENIOUS PRISONERS. -I They Won a Pardon For Their Daring Attempt to Escape. Among the prisoners in the French convict settlement of New Caledounia were two marine engineers who not long ago received a pardon-strange as it may seem-for making a daring and ingenious attempt to escape. Living together in the same but these men were engaged for years in digging a secret tunnel from their but to the beach. At the end of the tunnel they hollowed out a chamber in which. with pieces of driftwood and little bits of steel and iron smuggled into the but, they fashioned a boat, the metal being at first used to make tools and afterward to form bolts and rivets. Then with infinite pains they built an engine to propel the boat. and after laboring mightily for seven years they completed their task. Everything was ready except the provisioning of the vessel, whetl they were betrayed by a fellow convict to whom they had confided their plan. But so impressed was the French com mandant by their marvelous energy. skill and patience that he managed after a year to obtain a pardon for them.-Pearson's Weekly. Tanning Rabbit Skins. To tan rabbit skins with the fur on lay the skin on a smooth board. the for side undermost. and fasten it down with tacks. Wash It over first with a solution of salt and water, then dissolve two and a half ounces of alum in one pint of warm water and with a sponge dipped in the solution moisten the surface all over. Repeat this op eration every four or five hours for three days. When the skin is quite dry take out the tacks and, rolling it loosely the long way, the hair inside. draw it quickly through a large smooth ring until it is quite soft, then roll it the contrary way of the skin and re peat the operation. Skins thus pre paled are useful for many domestic purposes.-London Mail. In a Perfume Factory. Musk is perhaps the most valuable and delightful of all perfumes, yet the refiner, as he opens the musk pods. must wear thick cloths over mouth and nostrils, so repulsive is the odor that the pods emit. Indeed this odor inhaled for any length of time causes nosebleed. Civet, karaguline and ambergris have in small quantities a delicious perome. but in large quantities they smell so abomlnally as to give the worker nansea. The hawthorn blossom is delicately sweet, and perfumers prise it highly. yet a roomful of hawthora blossoms smells like a charnel bouse. This, too. ts true of the tuheroee-Philadelphia Bulletin. Explaining What a Snob Really I. "Uncle Roy, what ~ a snob?" "A snob, Eddle, is a person who In herlts a great deal of ioney, goes abroad and buys himself a veneer of cunure, returns home and poses as a connoisseuar of something, and goes around calling his poor relations 'par venus.' Why do you ask such a ques tfoa, Eddie?" "Because I heard Donald's big broth wr talking about you this afternoon and he said you were a snob."-Kaass City Unfeeling. 'My husband is a brute," said the excitaoble woman. "Have you been scolddlg himl" "Of course I have." "bh, I supposed he talked back sad seed harsh language." 'Worse than that! He yawnedi" Mrs. Gadsby-I'll get evum with Mrs. Gabble. Mrs. Gibby--What has abe doe to you? Mrs. Gadaby-She told mae that Mrs. Gafy wasn't at home, so I hUnrried over to make a call on her, and ash wuas at home, after al--Bz 8meh Up. Jak--What sent poor Aby to an in man asylnm? Tom-A train of thought pues troough his brain and wrecked tL--Boston Transcrpt. "Lite is sht," saya Jtsh illings "but tt is lon enuf to ruin esny man who wants tow be rulaL." pwhictas si L" em sl e see. etmer for mad getr a to tShe mi eweets oemaidest setesm oa eA-ed aor l ar tah bm mr Ig ,t . ? mie l i h c sad the ether etocaddears tha-. S hlve the Srst privileg oft prchmae lag same; after which thirty days taotce, the said stock may be sold in open ma rt. The stock of said corporation may be trans ferred under the above provisions, provided such transfer thereof be made on the books of the c6mpany, at its omce, and on the surrender of the certificate therefor. Tbis corporation shall commence doing business as soon as two thousand ($2,000) dollars of the capital stock shall have been subscribed for. The board of directors shall have the right to determine how much stock shall be issued. ARTICLE IV. The corporate powers of this company shall be vested in and exerclised by a board of three directors, consisting of the prsei dent, secretary-treasurer and one stockhold er. Two of said board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The followiing shall constitute the first board of directors: Jourdan J. Buras. president, John L. Burns, secretary-treasurer. No person shall be eligible as a director who is not a stockholder of tills corporation. Said board shall continue In offllce until the second day of January, 1914, on which date., and annually thereafter on the second day of January, the board of directors shall be elected each year. Notice of such election shall be given by three days publication Inm mediately preceding such election in one of the daily English newspapers of this city. Any failure from any cause whatsoever to elect directors on the day named for that purpose shall not dissolve the corporation. but the directors then in office shall hold over until their successors are chosen. At every election and meeting each stockholder shall be entitled to vote for each share of stock registered in his name, and may vote by proxy. The election of the directors shall be by ballot. AIRTICIE V. The board of directors shall have full power to fill vacancies caused by death, re-s Ignatiuon, or otherwise, from anmong the stockholders of said corporation. Said board shall have full control of the property of this company, and shall so conduct, manage and use the same as in their discretion they may deem fit, and that is consistent with the objects of this corporation, or the wel fare of same. Said board of directors shall employ all officers or agents, servants or clerks, they may deem necessary for the conduct of said buslnes. ARTICI4E VI. This charter may be changed, modified or amended, the capital stock Increased or de creased, or same may be dissolved at a gen eral meeting of the stockholders convened for the purpose, with the assent of three fourths of the capital stock present or rep resented at such general meeting. In case of dissolution or termination of this cor poration by limitation or otherwise the II quidlatlon of its affairs shall be conducted by three commissioners, selected from the stockholders, at a meeting called for that purpose, as above set forth. Said commis sioners shall remain in office until the affairs of said corporation shall have been fully liquidated. In case of death of one or more of said commissioners, the survivors or survivor shall continue to act. ARTICLE VII. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever be held liable or responsible for the tontracts or faults thereof in any further sum than the unpaid balance due the com pany on the shares of stock sutbecribeed for or owned by him; nor shall any Informal ity in organization have the effect of ren dering this charter null, or of exposing the stockholders to any liability beyond the un paid balance, if any, of his stock. Thus done and passed, at my notarial of fice in the parish of Jefferson, on taie day. month and year first above written, in the presence of Albion Middleteon and G;eorge Walter. competent witnesses, of lawful age and residents of this parish, who hereunto sign their names, together with the said appearers and me, notary, after a due read ing of the whole. Shrned: Jordan J. Buras, Jno. L Buras, Jr.. Jos. Monteleone. Witnesses : Albion Middleton, Geo. Walter. F. A. MIIDDLETON, Notary P'ublic. I. the undersigned recorder of mortgages in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louaisana,. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of tile J. J. Buras 4'ompany. Limited, was this day duly recorded in my office, in book 1055, folio 794. (Signed) .MILt.E I.EONaRD, Dy. R. New Orleans. la.. .tan. 9. 1913. I hereby certify that the above and fore going is a true and correct copy of the orig inal Instrument on file and of record in my notarial ouce. F. A. MIDDLETON, Notary Public. Jan 16 23 30 feb 6 13 20 1913 AMENDMENT TO CHARTER OF TIIE PRINGLE TURePENTINE CUP COMPANY OF LOUISIANA. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF OR -LEANS. Be it known, that on this, the ninth day of January, 1913, before me, William Mor gan Htannon, a notary public In and for the parlsh of Orleans, State of Louisiana, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared first A. B. Marston, president, and N. J. Barrols, secretary of the .Pringle Turpentline Cup Company of ,Louisian, who declared that at a general meeting of the stockholders of the said Prlngle Turpentine Cup Company of oInuisiana was convened at their oSee ln the city of New Orleans, La., on the 23rd day of July, A. D. 1912, after thirty (30) days prior notic In writing hav aing been given to each stockholder; that said notice set out the said objecet and pur pose of said meeting; that the same had been called to determine whether or not Article IV of the charter of said corpora tion shoold be amended by incereasing the capital stock of said eoporation tfrom one hundred thousand ($100,000.00) dollars to three hundred thousand ($300,000.00) dol liars. That on the above date the meeting convened and there was present or repre senated more than two-thirds (23) of the capital stock of said eorporatiou, and by vote of more than two-third of the epltal stock, Artlcl. IV of said eharter of the i'ringle Torpentine Cap -Company of Louilal ana, which reads: ARTICLE IV. "The capital stock of this oorporation is hereby fixed at the sum of one hundred thosand ($100,000.00) dollars, dirlded into one thousand (1,000) shares of the par val ne of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each. Said shares of stock shall he paild for by the subscmrblers thereto as shall be reired by the bard of directors and stock may be lsmed for cash or n ptymst for tent rihts, services rendered, or property ac qur b the corporation for coromsate par poses. The corporation shall be authorsled to begia business as soon am afty thousand ($50,000.00) doilrs or more of the capital stock balH have been sumbcrbsebed #r," was amended so as to read uas follows: ARTICOE IV. "The capital stock of this orporation is hereby sed at the sum of three hundred thousand ($P00,000.00) dollars, divided ainto three thousand (3,000) shares of the par value of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each. eld shares of stock eball be aid for by the nuaerlhers thereto as eall he Irequirei by the board of directors and stock may he issued for cash r an aymet for patent rlLhts, rvies rendered or property acquired by the corpretla for eoramte Iprpses. The eorpration shall he author isd to begin business a soon as itt, thou sand ($60,0000) dollars or more ao the capital stock ell have been eabserbie -Thus doe and gamed tin my oece la the etly of *New Orleas, parih of Orleans, state of Laolisa, the day, month and ear fMst above writtm, In the preseace f . Boeibler and J. G. ealito competent wl+t aMses who hereaunto siagned their names with s"d r and me, sa notary, after due r of the whole. BSigned: A. B. MarMton, presMldet;' N. J. arros, secretary. Witnesses: B. . Boh ier, J. . Hiamiton. W. . BANON, Net. Pub. Ith a nderignd rerdar o morges in and far the pa8sho O - eaw, stateof orusana do haeb eart~p tht the sove and feemen madmet tr the chaera or the Prnge uetinoe Cup CMemap of I ero ce t th at the ahe en to tarrl, Iorig eg with w. Itaicat of. the o for had ad @cam seal ths M day fa-n $Soo,ooo.oo It you spend One Hundred Thousand Dollars you can't gIt a Sewing Machine equal to the New Home Gustav Seeger, PROPRIETOR, 916 Canal St., New Orleans, La. Beer Brewed in New Orleans is brewed to suit the climate. That is why American Beer Is Best RBOTTLED American Brewing Co. NEW ORLEANS BREWERY PHONE MAIN UW9 BOTTLING DEPT. MAIN 140 John Couget, DEALER IN THE OHOIOEST Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutton. St. John's Market. George G. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 348 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 686. Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utensils, Liquors of all kinds. All kinds of Food 8tuffs. Hay, Corn, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE A SLIDELL AVE. PHONES ALG. 50 and 201 GEORGE J. PETERSON Plttsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND, AND FIRE WOOD Yard and Office: 828 Seugn St. Residence: 421 Pelican Ave. PHONE. ALGIERS 454-W. The president called the meeting to order i and explained the objects and purposes of the meeting, and upon motion, duly sec onded, it was unanimously carried that Article IV of the charter of said company be amended so as to Increase the capital stock of said company to three thousand '3,000) shares of the par value of one hun dred ($100.00) dollars each, making the capitalization of the company three hundred thousand ($300,000.00) dollars Instead of one hundred thousand ($100,000.00) dol ier and that the president and secretary be dhd they are hereby authorized to go be fore a notary public and carry out the in tentions and purposes of said meeting. - There being no further business the meet ing adjourned. Signed: A. B. MIrston, president; N. J. Barrols, secretary. A true copy. W. true . M. HANNON, Not. Pub. jan 16 23 30 feb 6 13 20 1913 CHARTER. OF BOGALUSA TURPENTINE COMPANY. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORLEANS. I Be it known, that on this third day of January in the year of our Lord, one thou sand nine hundred and thirteen, before me, William Morgan Hannon, a notary public duly appointed and quallilci, In and for the parish of Orleeas, state of Louisiana, and ln the presence of the undersigned wit nesses, personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, residents of the parish of Orleans and of the city of New Orleans, state of Louislana, who severally declared, that, availing themselves of the laws of this state, in such cases made and provided, they have formed and organised, and by these pres ents, do organise themselves into a corpor ation and body corporate, for the objects and purposes, and under the attpulations following, to-wit : ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corporatios shall be Bogalusa Turpentine Company, and Its domicile shall be In the city of New Orleans, parish of Orleans, Lou isana It shall exist for the term of ninety-ine rears from date hereof, and by mama shall sue and be sued, and contract and enjoy ay ad all rights, privileges and power under the laws of the state of Louisiana ARTICLE II. The objects and purposes for whleh this corporation is esatblished and the ature of the business to be carried on by It are, to produce, amaufacture, buy and all turpem tine, tesal, aul stores, and wood derva. tives and gpoduee of all kinds, to operate saw mills ad to sell the produce and resi due or waste hereof or to further use sad manufacture the same, aad to gpll s ps and elear land, whether in connecton with such bsineas or apart from It, to buy, sell, and lease eal estate, to operate tram road and barge lines or other vesses, in connee tion with the carrying on ofs ba s , to cendact a general merchandise business lr connection with said busines, and geer ally to a i any busierns ineldet to or covenitly ecesary to or connected a ith the opeasti of the be ass abo mentioned. ARTILCU III. The presidet, or ta his bamene or las blity to act, the vlceresldmt, or, in ease of his abueras or inablIty, the seeert . shall be the peroper perseas po whom il citations or legal pro ahall be serveL The apital stock of this oerpegatles is herb Azed at the sm of tea thousand dol lar ($10,000.00), divided ito ne hIndred (100) shares eof the pr valwe eae haun dred dollars ($100.00) each. a d shares of stock shall be paid for by the subsersb thereto Ia aeh or as all be reid by the board of direetes, a the stock ay be Ised i pa iet r property aqurd by the corporatior oin epe for seae vices radesed. e eapa tie U sh Bhe authorisd to bea bItses as ass as the an he r rh b ,d e. Ms onemde m N eal a snr of MeYet rWNW& d a , w the l the company by- the holder of each stock. And all transfers of stock shall be trans ferred subject to this clause. ARTICLE V. All powers of this corporation shall be vested in a hoard of directors composed of not less than three (3) stockholders. They shall be elected on the second Tuesday of April in each year commenclng 1913, at a general meeting convened for that purpose. after ten days previous notice in writing to nech stockholder owning stock standlng In his name on the books of the corporation, and until such time the following named stockholders are hereby named as the first board of directors, and who shall hold their offce and exercise their functions until their successors are duly elected and quallfied, viz: N. J. Barrols, Edward H. Boebler and Joseph E. Cressp, of whom N. J. Barrole shall be preesident, Edward H. Boehler shall be vice-president and Joseph N. Cresap, sec retary and treasurer. The same person may hold the ofces of secretary and treasurer or each of such ofces may be held by a dif. ferent person. The election of the board of directors shall be by ballot, and each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote, either in per son or by proxy, for each share of stock owned by him, and a majority of the votes cast shall elect. The board of directors shall, immediately, after their election, elect from their number a president, a vice-presl dent, a secretary and a treasurer. The said board of directors shall elect and employ any and all employees, mana gers and clerks of the corporatlom they may deem necessary for the proper conduct of Its business, and may fix their compensation, and remove or dismiss them at pleasure. ARTICB VT. This charter may be amended or altered by the stockholder at a general meeting convened for that purpose, after ten days written notice to each stockholder, sent to his last known address; or this corporation my be dimolved with the esseat of two thirds of the apital stok *epreeated at such a meeting. In case of dissrotiLa, the stalns of the corporatoa shall be losed and liquit ed, as ri a poble. by two or thre u er QtPr atme a electa .l the stcelderu ct uomeet tep ital stock of this eo8 o a y e iln creased or diminished in aceordane with the laws of the state o1 LousIana, the sub ject of altering the aptal stock of corpora stated op s to te r gatures berots the num hr a resM of the capital stack sub srI hed to bt titm eti n the same the made by the I lac era.ors fo the puspo, f orgaoilag histi cerperatgatn N .to sldr al he libLn or tarpon sale for the ceatraets or fauts of this cor Ia Iay further sum then the sunaid Sowned by him, nor shall any mere infor famly in orealcation have the afat of readeirig this charter null or of orposing I a stockhoder to liability beyond the amount I ofh ad tc It any. Thus a_ e and passeo d, at my fe in New Orlans, rl h, L sliana on the _y and esr Stt above written, In the Sreesumeer J. of .& somon and Milton Sea well comptent M Idi na en said Paris, o hae signed ý r names to ge-e r with said appe- re sad me, notary, aftr dle reildong or the whole. Origal s red: N.rt . arrols, subsceribed to ,0 shares; Ul . soehes, subscritbed to I 23 shaes; J. 3. Crsap, subscribed to 25 Witnesses: 1. 8. Spotone, Milton Seawell. .MM) W. M UNNON, Not. Pub. pbliderened recorder of mortgages is and for the parish of Orleans, state of Loisiana, de herebt certify that the above ant d u ofan the arusa.of that the above and fore - a un atnd crec copylb b! tis wwdal lie In my r al w r Ihento set my oil Sr (lod) W. AL ZAISNON, to Ne1$ $ t a" Y Public.