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REALI ESTATE TRANSFERS. Jos. A. Blythe and Nicholas .1. ('ls to Gpo. Porteous. 2 lots Maumus Ave., East First. Wilson and Canal Res.erva tion, $1", cash. Balley. .los. A. Blyth.e and N. .. .('h~C i e, lW 1). Murray, 5 lots East First, Eastt Se ond, Wilson and Canal Isitres"rva:ion $125, cash. Hailey. R. O'Connor to Win. It Ward. ],t Sumnenr. Di)ana. NeT 'to and iu livi.i THE FATHER'S DUTY. "I 'he fither shonld htate , worIIkrLI knowledg e of a b'iy"a trl?., it' plis.iohlo.g . the p1ath(s ;ogo l condition th;at from time to time airrive. iand the rilation of llthee lboth to IentlllaHli.y and mior:lity lie shollll ul|ier<t'undl the effect of :inormanI growth ullonl the I.Iyv' chalriacter devel opment. I,:Iirtii' l:lrly during the Iperio1d or adolIeseIl'e Ilh. should tw able to give invtruction in sex hgi.'aie.. knowing just what to tell anl how ilu'hb and just when to tell It lie should un derstland the supreme worth of muslliula:r co-ordinllllation in rela tion to s.elf control and how, through umanual training. gym naslics iiid athletins. these are develo~sal I-Fathers should un dersztnd enough of plsychology to dicover whether their boys are motor or sensory minded. enough to knlow why it is that at a partic'ular time the boy be gins to think and act for him self. and why It is the youth so often questions all authority and darkening doubts so easily beset hll soul it should be the business of the father to ac quaint himself with these farts. that he may Intelligently and sylmplatheti'.Illy giuide andil con Irol his boy Ilere is where even a little knowledge is a helpful. not a dn;lllgeruls. thing --i"rank Uin Matthews NOT TOO STRAIGHT. Paths that are both straight and narrow Keep the feet that long to stray. Let your course be like the ar row. Holding to the certain way. Yet. my brother, walk not blindly In your tense and righteous pride. For the deed that's fine and kindly Never fear to turn aside If a brother. weak and willful. Stutlleslv friomll the beaten Iiath. Though your steps are firm and skillful. Do not turn from him In writth Stretch a hand and raise and loeer himl I)o not 'worn him, do not chide. If the straight path Isn't near hiti Never fear to turn aside. -W. It. Rose THE ARMY. The Americana are a shrewd. wise people. usually gifted with foresight, but they have not 1 ward the army and navy pol Icy. Colngress continues to be reluctant to mauntain an ade quate army. It's easy to get money for a militia. for a militia has votes and friends, but a reg ular army Is far different. There Is a saying that the Ionr looks after children and drunk en men This certainly ought to be extended to the United States. Of c'ourse our separa tion from foreign countries by oceans Is cause for not assum Ing too heavy a burden, but we are very. very much nearer Eu rope and Asia-many. many times nearer-than we were In Washington's time. Occasion ally.we get a jar and notice our position. but luck has been with aus In the past. and we cannot •ssume that It will always con tinue thus.-W. H. Taft. Teaehing the Child by Pictures, One of the quickest ways To which to put an Idea or a story Into a child's mind ls by means of pictures, and the material available for Sunday school or club work is both excellent in quail ty and of greet varlety There are Bible stories. films on nature study. lmas Illustrating the trades and i dstries, flms dealing with a pure wa ter supply, warfare on files, mosqul toes and tuberculosis. In the fine arts areo flnms tracing the progress of arcil tecture. lacemaking. pottery. sculp taroe and pailatlng. while o In literature there are presentations of the work of such authors as Shakespeare. Scott. Dickens and others. Travel and his tory are also shown.--Parm Journa! They Were There. "Pa." said Ilttle Johnny. "do all rose have thornas?" "Yes, my lad." patronolzlngly answers rather. "I don't see any thorans on these rees In ma's new hbat." continued Johnny. "You would if you bad to pay for the hat!" edly sighs daddy. Giving Advise. The gretest trout between man and ma Ia the trust of giving coouseL ases land and lot Sumner, D)iana. )eArmnas tnd 1Oliier land. $1:)0 cash Landry. ;e',. A. Thomas to 1,,"and.r ii. .losey, lot Vallette, Opelousas. Olivi,-r and Ev elina, $15.8I cash. Private. State of I.a. (M lss Luc'y itivrs tc lisas I.ury Rivrs., lot fronting on ('onl mnon struet. $16.t,1 cash. I (Redelmpltion for tax of 1141, t.- - Register. .Joseiph A. Illythe to E. A. IDonahoe. lots 11aumnus. Wilson. East First and ('anal iRetservationt. $1 7' ash.-- Private GEMS FROM SHAKESPEARE. 'there is a tide it the affairs of thmi Which. taken at the flood. leads on to fartune: Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is hound in shallows and in mis eries. -Julius Caesar. He jests at scars that never felt a wound.-Rtomeo and Juliet. True hope is swift and tiles with swallow's wings; Kings it makes gods and mean er creat,:res kings. -Richard Ill. If all the years were playing holidays. To sport would be as tedious as work. -King Henry IV. Love sought is good, but giv en unsought is better.-Twelfth Night. Men are April when they woo, December when they wed. Maids are May when they are maids, but the sky changes when they are wives.-As You Like It. A jest's prosperity lies in the ear Of him that hears it. never in the tongue Of him that makes it. --.ove's Labour's Lost One Way to Have Lace. Benjamin Franklin was a wit as well as a philosopher. His daughter once wrote him to send her from Paris some lace and feathers, whblch extrav agance on her part, be says. "disgust ed me as much as if you had put salt into my strawberries." And he adds: "As you say you should 'have great pride In wearing anything I send and showing it as your father's taste.' I must avoid the opportunity of doing that with either lace or feathers. If you wear your cambric rutles as I do and take care not to mend the holes. they will come in time to be lace; and feathers, my dear girl. may be had in America from every cock's tall." Feoro ef a Cyclene. Careful estimates of the force of a cyclone and the energy required to keep a hurricane In active operation reveals the presence of a power that 'Makes the mightiest efforts of man appear as nothing In comparison. A force equal to more than 400.000,000 horsepower was estimated as devel oped In a West lndian cyclone. This greatly exceeds the power that could be developed by all the means within the range of man's capabilities. Were steam, water, windmills and the strength of all men and animals com bined they could not even approach the tremendous force of this mighty Ipower.-Chicago Journal Feet Note. Two girls were walking together on the street. "My, 1 feel bad todayr' said one '3My feet are so big and clumsy and sort of all in the way." "I don't quite understand you," the other one said. "Well, I feel just as If 1 were yon walking," explained her frlend.-Chl cago Tribune. - I ENIMIE:NT TO TILE ('II A Ri'TER O)F TilE EG4ANIA ItEAITY s'IMI'ANY. I.IMITEID. In'it-d Stat,'s of America, State of LIoutlt ann, P'arish of ()rlt-ans, City of New Or leans. le It known, that on this twenty fifth day of the month of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thlr teen, and of the indlepeden.e of the U'nited Stales of America,. the one hundretl and thirty-eighth, bhfore me. W. Morgan ;urlhy, a notary public, duly commissioned and sworn. ln and for the city and the parish of Orleans, therein residing,. and in the presence of the witnesses herinafter named and undersignled, personally came and ap peared: 1st. Mr. Arthur 3. LaCour,. a resident of this city of full age of majority, presi dent of the Eganls Realty 'ompany; and 2nd. Mr. Itohert E. McEvoy, a resident of this city of full age of majority, secre rary of the said Eganla Realty C('ompany. hereln apprling tinder and by virtue of authorityv in them vested by a resolution adopted by the stockholders at their meet ing of June 6th, 1913, at the omce of the Lompany, st the hour of 1 o'clock p. m.. whlch said resolution adopted certain hangces to be made in the charter of the -aid Eganta Realty Company,. Lmitd, sand nstructed said president and secretary to apper before the undersigned notary and tut said changes into authentic form: a copy f whitch maid resolution In its entirety duly ertlled to by the secretary-treasurer of aid company. lI hereto attached and made art hereof. And here the aid appearers declared, that a conformity with the resolution adopted nd the furthermnce of their instructions to hange, amead and alter the charter of said ompany as hereafter follows, they do now hange, and amend the clartae ,f this com ny,. changing the name tueiof from the tganta Realty Company, imited, to the Andry Realty Company, Limited," so that enceforth, the said company will use only he name. and be known as, the "Andry lealty Company, Limited," and said char er stands so amended. And tn obedience to further instructions ader said resolution, Instructlng them to hange alter and modify the charter of aid Eganla Realty Company, IAmited, in efereance to the arrangement of the eap Lal stoek, without increadag aad dlmin rbhing said capital stock, and that said char r be amended so as to read that: "The apltal stock of this company shall Sone huadred thousad dollars ($100, 0.00) divided late and presnted by oae -ndred theosad (100,000) shares of the r is f e dollar (o1.00) saeh," la hah he me sI ai *1st. ($10,000.00) divided into one hundred thousand shares (100,000) at one bundred dollars ($100.00) each. And the said appearers declare that said meeting was called and held in conformity with law after due publication, and that tile entire outstandiffg stock voted at said meet ing. Thus done and passed in my omce, at the city of New Orleans., on the day, month and year herein first abolve written, in the pres ,'nee of Alfred I. Preston and Joseph Arem hamw. competent witnesses, who hereunto sign their names with the salid appearers and me, notary, after reading of the whole. Original signed: Arthur B. lat'our, pres ident:; litlosrt E. McrEvoy. secretary-trea- urer. A. I1. Preston, Josepn A-rushatv. W. McRGltt;AN if t.I.EY. Not. I'ul,. I. the undersigned. recorder of mortgages in and for the parish of (7rleans. State of Inilslana. do hereby certify that the albove and foregoing act of incorporation of the '"l:gania Ite'alty C'omlpany, l.imuited" was amended and was this day duly recorded in Imy otire in oeok Noi lowdN, folio No. I. Ny"w Orleans, la.. Aug. 2ith. 19 ":1. aSigned EMII,E J. LEONARIt. It. It. I hereby certify thie above and foregoing to ih a trite and correct copy of the antend ment of the charter of the E.ania Itr llty iomnlpany, l.imited, toge ther with the certi teRate of the recorder of mortgages for the' parish of Orleans hereto appended, on file and of record In my notarial ,liee In the city of New Orleans. Itmislana. W. Me111t;AN I VIthEY. Not. i'nh. aug 28 sept 4 11 18 25 oct 2 H'IIAltTER OF .MASSAt IIlSETI'PS t'OINIZING AS SOC IATION. It, it known, that on this eighteenth day of Auguost. before me, Frank William Hart, a notary public, duly comcmlssioned and qual itied in and for the parish of Orleans. state of Iloulslana, and in the presence of the SItnlesses herelnafter named, personally came and appeared the several peflons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who severally declared that complying with the provisions of the laws of LWuisIana, they have covenanted and agreed, and do by these presents contract, covenant and agree. and bind themselves, as well as all such persons as may hereafter become associated with them. to, form and constitute a corpor altion for the obje'cts and purposes. and un der the articles and stipulations, following, to wit ; Article I.- The name and style of this corporation shall be Massachusetts ('olonil int: Ass,.iation. and under its said corpor ate name it shall have power and authority to, hlave and enjoy succession for the full term andti lerld of ninety-nine (it99 years fritl, and after the date hereof, to contrait. sue and Iee sued; to make and use a eor perant seal and the same to break or alter at pleasure ; to receive, lease, Jurchase,' hold or cnvey. as well as tmortgage and hypolth c.t"e proplerly, real. personal or eixe.d, cur polreal or incoprpoeal to issne hields. notes or ,other evidences of Indl.bllednetss, to naume and appoint succh nlanagers. agents, dlrec tors and othicers as I ts ibulsiness or interests and convenliences lly lerequire, to mlake and establish as well as alter and amend from time to titme! such by laws. rules and regu lations for tle proper conduct. management and regeelation of thel affairs of said coropr atieon as may Is ntecessary and proper. Article' It.--- The dolluele of said corpor ation shall Is. at New Orleans. Loutsiana. and all citations or other legal process shall w served upion the presllent of said cor Ipration, or in the event of his albsence upon t he %'. le. presldent, or in the absence of both of ihese olmTers. upon the secretary. Article Ill.--The obljects and purposes for which this corporation is established. anld the nature of the lusiness toe beI carried eln Iy It. are' hereby declared and specified to Ie' : TI'o purc'hase, own, hold, sell, mortgage, lease. alienate, receive, acquire and deal In real estate, and interests therein of all sorts in the' state' of Louislana or elsewhere in lthe Inlted States; to develop. Improve. cutl tivate and sell the sarne: to locate. develop. improve an I operate townsltes and villages upon any lands that it may own or acquire: to introeduce from any part of the nilted States or any foreign country. colonists or settlers to cultivate and develop Its lands: to engage in the general colonlsation busi ness, for its own account, or as the agent of others; to develop oil. mineral and tim ber lands by drilling wells, and mining for all kinds of minerals, conslructlng sawmills. uillding logging roads, and manufacturing and marketing the product and output of s-och wells, mines and mills: to buy or cuild. maintain and operate stores, pack ing boueesw, tramroads. warehouses, eleva lors, dwellings, water craft, pumling. drain age and irrigation plants. stations and dorks: to raise, buy, sell and deal in live 'tclck : to engage in thg husiness of farmers ind planters: and generally to hold and ex ercise all such incidental powers and prlr Ileves as relate to the powers herelnabove set forth. Article 'I.--The capital stock of said c'orporation is hereby fixed at one hundred and fifty thousand Stll.o.Co000.,t Illars. divided into, or reptresente'd by six thousand t,.14ºH, shares, of twenty-five ($25.000 dol lars each. Article V.---AII the powers of this cor potation shall be vested in and exercised by a board of directors to be composed of not less than three or more than seven stock holders, to iw elected annually on the first Monday of September of each and every year. All suech elections shall he by iallot conducted at the office of the said corpora tion tinder the superintendence of three com missioners to he appointed by the board of directors: and of such election-as well as of all meetings of stockholders, exccept for the purpose of liquidation or dissolution. or as otherwise required by law-ten days notlie shall le given by mailing to each stockholder who appears as such on the books of the comlpany, at his last designated address. or at the general delivery at New Orleans. If he has not designated an address. an announctment stating the time and place of meeting Each stockholder shall he entitled to one vote for each share of stock standing in his name on the books of the company, to Ih east in person or by proxy,. and the majority of the votes cast shall elect. The board of directors shall have the power to till all vacancies that may occur on the board. The failure to elect directors on the date above speclfied shall not dissolve the cor poration. lunt the directors then in ofce shall remain in oniee until their successors are elected Due notice of another election shall be given as above provided. and such notices of election shall continue to be given until the election Is held. A majority of the directors shall consti tute a quorum for the transactilon of any lnsinese, and the board of directors at their first meeting following each annual election shall elect a president, a vice-presldent, sec retary-treastrer, and such other officers as it shall deem necessary. The board shall have power in Its discretion to unite two or more olmees, and the same to confer upon one person. The board of directors may make and establish as well as alter and amend, any and all by-laws, rules and regl0atlons nec enary and proper for the support and man agement of the business and affalrs of said corporation, not inconsistent with its char ter. Said board shall also have full power and authority to borrow money through the president or some other duly autboriaed agent or agents: to execute mortgages, Issue notes, beonds or other obligations and gen e-rally to do things reasonable and necessary for the proper carrying on of the business of the corporatilon: as also to Issue and deliver full paid shares of stock or bonds or obligations of said corporation In pay ment of labor or money borrowed, or prop erty or rights actually received by said cor poratlon. Any memlwr of the board of dlrectors who may be ahent frohm the domicile of the eom pany, or who may be prevented by iekness from attending, may give a written proxy to any other member of said board of directors to represent him In all matters at any meet ing of the board of directors, whether gen eral or special. Articlet VI.-Whenever this corporation may dissolve, either by limitation or by any other cause whatsoever. Its ffairl may be liquildated by three (3) stockholders to be appointed at a general meeting of the stoe holder for the p of ilquldaton, as herelnafter provided, each share being eut tied to one vote in person or by proxy. aild commissioners shall remaln in oiee until the affairs of said corporatioa shall have heen fully settled and Ilqaldated, and shall have full authorlty and power to transfer and give title to all the assets and property of the corporatlon. In case of death, dlsa billity, or resignation of one or more of said commissloners, the vacancy shall be filled by election by the surviving ommlsloner or eommissioners. The stockholders are espeeilally empow ered by a three-fourths vote of the entire stock, cast at a meetlnat called for that pur pose, to sell the entire asseta of this cor poration. either for cash, or for stock in some other corporation. Before ea·nr stockholder shall make a uale of his stock he elil offer same to his c stockholders. who shall have the preference over outside parties in the purchase of maid stock, provided the prieea ofered by them be equal to those available elseiwere Artiele VII.-This act of the corporatlon may be modifiled or altered, or mid corpora tion may he dissolved, with the assent oif three-fourths of the capital stock repre sented at a general meeting of the stock holders convened for suceh rpae, after prvious notice shall have been iven i one r more daily newspapers published in N-e Orleans three times within the tan days et reed'n next meeting, and notice cakeled ldh etoekMlr, who appears as su e thahoo othe t ompay, to te pot oe address d4 ated by ble, or a a o fa lore to to u at address to h vlw le t ty New Orleas - wIthL ta hu f h ~oat£aae the subject, and It may be increased or di minished upon compliance therewith upon an affirmatve vote of two-thirds of the stock of the corporation. Article VIII.-No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the con tracts or faults of this corporation in any further sum than any unpaid balance due on the shares of stock owned by him; nor shall any mere Informality in organizatlon have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of exposing a stockholder to any liability beyond any amount due on his stock. Article IX.- The first meetlng of the stotckholders of this corporation shall be held, w.thout further notice, on the 22nd day of August at which meeting a board of directors shall be elected to serve until the next annual meeting or until their successors have ten duly elected and in stalled. Article X.--.ail corporation shall cornm men-ce butsiness or operations as soon as one hundred and twenty 120 sahares of its cap:tal stock shall have been subscribed and naid for, and in order that this charter may also serve as the original subscription list, all sulscribrs hereto have set oppo site their respective names. the numtwnr of the shares of stock subscribed for by all ot them. 'Thus done and p used at my office in thl city of New Orleans. state of Louisiana. In the prstence of Monte M. t,emann and .loi'n Iahlmen. Jr. competent witnesses of lawful age. both of this city. who hereunto sign their names with the said appearers. and me. notary, on tile day and date aforesaid after due readlng of the whole. Signed: R. I.. Millette, I. Y. Fontaine, John T. Javues. Witnesses : Monte M. IAemann, John Dah men. Jr FRANK WM. IIART. Not. Pub. I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages. In and for the parish of Orleans. state of I.oulsiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the Massaiehusetts Colonlsing Association wa this day duly recorded in my office, In book 1098. folio -. New O)rleans. Aug. 10. 1913: Slgnedl ElMILE J. Ltl)NAILI,. I). R. I. the undersigned notary public, hereby certify that the above and foregolog Is a true and correct copy of the charter of the Massachusetts 4 olonlzlng Association, passed before me on August 11. 191;1. In faith whereof. I have heunto afflxed my official signature and sea: this Auguist 1iS, 191.. FRANK WM. tlART. Not. PIub. aug 21 2' sept 4 11 18 23 t'ILARTER OF TilE T'lIO)MEY Oil. & GAS COMPIANY. i'nited Slates of America. State of lroIlsI ana. Parish of Orleans. 'ity of New Or le:ans. Be It known, that on this 19th day of Au. gttst in the year of our Iord. one thousand nine hundred and thirteen, before me. WIil Itatll ltenaudln, ia notary public, duly cram missioned and qualified within and for tht lrishl of Oirleans. state of louisiana. and In the presuence of the witnesses hereinaftet nanmed and undersigned, personally came and appared the several persons whos namnes are hereunto subscribed, who declared that, availing themselves of the provisions of Act No. 7N of 1904. as well as of theos of the general laws of thils state relative to the organization of corporations, they have contracted and agreed, and by these presents contract, covenant and agree, and lind and obligate as well themselves as such persons as may hereafter become associated with them. to forml and constitute a corporation and body politich in law, for the objects and purposes, and under the articles and stipula ltons following. to-wit: Article I.-- The name and title of the said corporation shall be the "Toomey Oil & Gas c'ompanv" and under its said corporate name It shall have power and authority and shall enjoy succession for the full term and period of ninety-nine (99) years from and after the date hereof; to contract, sue and It sued. to make and use a corporate seal, and same to break and alter at pleasure, to purchase, to receive, lease, hold and con vey. as welt as mortgage and hypothecate tunder Its corlorate name, property both real and persona!., to name and appoint such managers and directors. ofecers and agents as the interest and convenience of said cor poration may requir.e, and to make and es tablish as well as alter and amend at pleas. ure, such by-laws, rules and regulations for the proper uanagement and regulation of the affairs of said corporation, as may be necessary and proper. Article II.- The domicile of the said cor poration shall be at New tOrleans. pa- ish of Orleans. state of LAouisiana. and at, cita tions or other legal process shall be served upon the president of said corporation, or. in caste of his absence. upon the vice-prest dent, or. in the absence of both of these officers, upon the secrtetary-treasurer of the corpoporation. Article Ill.-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is established and the nature of the business to be carried on by it. are decl:red and specified to be to purchase. own. hold, sell, mortgage, lease, alenate. receive and otherwis' acquire and ispose of real estate, oil and mineral land, and oil and mineral rights, and any other Interest in lands, both in Louisiana and elsewhere. To buy. sell, own, lease, or otherwise acquire, and to operate and main. tain as principal or as agent In this state. or elsewhere, drilling outfits, machinery, ap pliances. apparatus and buildings of every description used or suitable for use in the txtraction of oil. gas or any other minerals from the earth, and for the housing, pre servation. handling, refining and transporta tlion of the same when so extracted, and particularly storage tanks and pipe lines, all solely tor the uses of its own business, and without power of eminent domain, to buy. sell. or otherwise acquire and alienate, and to establish, export or import oil. minerals or mineral products of all kinds, and in connection with said objects to lease. buy. sell, build. or otherwise to acquire, and to locate and maintain warehouses, sheds. star age tanks. tank cars. dwellings, store house-s and repair shops, to sell merchandise and carry oa a general store and commissary. and to conduct hotels, hoarding houses, and lodging houses for its agents and employts and generally to hold and exercise all such incidental powrers and privileges not express ly excluded as relate to the objects herein before set forth. Article IV.-The capital stock of the said corporation is herevby fixed at one hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($150.000) divid ed into and represented by one hundred and afty thousand (150.000) shares of the par value of one dollar ($1.00) each. The whole of the said stock or any part thereof may be Issued and delivered to any person. firm or corporation for the acquirement or rights. privileges, franchises and property pturchased and acquired by this corporation. also in payment, settlement and adjustment of the cost, fees, charges and expenses, and commissions Incurred for services rendered In the formatlon and organiation of this corporation, and in acquiring and bringing about tue purchase of the property, rights and franchiles afresaild, also for cash or in iastalments of such amounts as the boar.. of directors may determine, also for mer chandise received or services actually ren dered to this company. The board of direc tors as hereinafter created Is especially 'u thorized to dispose of the stock of this com panv In whole or In part, for any and all of the purposes above stated, as In Its jud. meat may seem fair and proper. This con pany shall begin business as soon as three thousand dollars ($.000) of Its stock shall have been subscribed. Article V.--AII the powers of this cor poratlon shball be vested in and exercised by the board of directors composed of five (5) stockholders, any three of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaetlon of hbuslness. The said board of directors shai, be elected annually on the second Wednes day of January of each year. The first ele tion to ue held In the year 1915. All electlcns shall be by ballot at the otce or the corporation under the supervil sialon of three (3) commissioners to be a· pointed by the board of directors, and, a the absence of any commissioner, the presil dent shall have the power to fill the place by appointment, and of all such elections as well as meetings of stockholders, except tor the purpose of liquidation or dissolution, or as otbherlwise rcquired by law, ten (10) days' notice shall be given by mailing to eec stocnholder who appears as such upon the hooks of the company, at his last designated address or to the General Delivery at New Orleans, If he has not designated an ad dress, an announcement stating the time and the place of the meeting. Each share holder shall be entitled to one vote for -ach share of stock standing In his name on the books of tbe company, cast in person or by praoy, anl the majorlty of the votes cast shall elect. The board of directors shall have the power to fill aill vacancies that may occur on the board. Fallure to elect directors on the day above speclfed shall not dissolve the corporation, but the directors taen In omce shall remain in offce unti their successors are elected and quall Due notice of another election ahall fortbh with be given as above provided. 8uch nco tice of election sball be continued to be given nutil an election .a held. The board of director at tbe first meeting followlng an annual election shall elect from their number a preldent, a vice-premsident, a sec retary, and a treasurer, all of whom shall be stoeknolders, and such other offccrs a the board bshall deem necessary. The board ashall have the power In Its discretion to nnlte two or more of the above ofces and the ime to confer upon one Person, and shall have poer to r tho alarie of tall oacers and o sech other oice's uas they e necemry. The board of directors shall have the power to make sad establlsh u we.. as alt'r sad amend all by-laws, rules nd re-ilations ecessary and proper fr the smooert sad magement of the busiI sad aairsh o is eorpotiona, not ae - T sd bhard shall ae a ,e full owel pe o ugmb ; to mu ete us tstwr ALGIERS BRANCH Interstate Trust and Banking Company Opelousas Ave. and Bouny St. Capital Stock $750,000.00 Surplus $400,000.00 4% Paid on Savings Account MRS L. . LOWB. Asst. Cashier IT MAIKE YOU FEEL IIf HOE AT KOLB 'S GERMAN TAVERN Cafe and Restaurant for Ladies and Gentlekin The best the market af fords, properly cooked and expertly served at popular prices. Music 6 p. m. to midnight. Conrad Kolb, Prop'r, 125-127 St. Charles St. Midway the blek betwoea Canal and Commes. Outdaor Work 8 RECREATION i IU BY CA AR WIT sna Istint and entirely dilerent from any other magazine pub lihed. Its aim is tospread a knowlede of all that is attractive. lovable, entertainin and beneficial to men and women who love the Great Outdoors. It is devoted to clean sports, f&, - y protection of our wild life f extmmunaon, and for the orn mervation d all natural resources. 25c. per copyw. $2.50 a year. For Sale at News-stands. $100 IN GOLD Wo ( r Ci amr arm $1O.0 tO S1@ . b ei. aiiMe.em. li a mey , c cmsls a to a...ms 5.. e Yak C.h c Joseph Susslin, arkl ( W IKi1 ti Frlia TIME @OE. VAILaTE and AUX STm. Ph.m., Algters 117 hr ead h e Ilo s a p-t .de samloarl psat POULTRY AT RETAIL Sprlg chickens ..............per Ib 20c liens, each ..........................50c Geese, each........................0e Ducks, each .........................40e FREY'S GROCERY, Store open Saturday nights until 10:30 and Sunday mornings until 10 o'clock. Phone Hemlock 101. 1031 Decatur Street, Opposite French Fish Market. Issue notes, bonds or other obligations in such a manner and on such terms as In their Judgment mky be advantageous, and generally to do all the thlng necessary for the proper carryig on of the buslnes of the said corporation; as also to issue and deliver full paid shares of stock and bonds or other obligations of the said corporation in payment of the money borrowed or mo ney, labor, services, property or rights ac tually received by said corporation, as here tofore set forth. At any meeting of the board or directors, any dlrector absenht from the meeting may be represented by any other director. who may cast the vote of said ab sent dlrector, according to the wriltten ln struction of the said absent dlreetor. 'The board ot directors shall have the power, by a vote or not leuss than four (4) directors, to sell, lese. mortpge (by bond mortgalge or otbherwsle, or to pledge any or all of the property, movable and Immovable belonngng to the corporation, or to receive In exchange therefor money, or stock or bonJs or other oblptaions of another eorporetion without referring to the shareholders for the power to do so. And they may also purchase for stock in this eompany or for cash or on redlt, property of any kind required for out authority of the harehol t , with Article VI-.Whenever this corporation shall be dissolved either by limitation or from any other cause. Its aslrs shall be i-. quidated by three (3) stockholders to be appinted at a general meettnl of the stock aolrs convened for he purpoe of liqul daton eas torenete prbse et b thea beig entitled to one vte o he cat byt the holder either in person or by proxy. maid -ommlssoners shll1 rmain in ee- utl tinl aMks ofal eOrWo u shan have Don't Worry BODENGER Will Install Your PLUMBING On Easy Monthly PAYMENTS. It is better to have us do your work than to wish you had. LET US DELIVER TO YOU IN ALGIERS Poultry Supplies, Garden and Flower Seeds, Incubators and Brooders. ALL KINDS OF FOOD FOR POULTRY, PIGEONS, BIRDS, and LIVE STOCK. Bruce Poultry and Seed Co. 330 CARONDELET STREET. PHONE M. 3885. etabiksd 1881 S.00 Deptfe WedIss Commercial- Gennala Trust & Savings Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,0`,000,00. 311 Camp Street 811 Common Street ALGIERS BRANCH PATTERSON AND VERRET STREETS ALL STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. 3 1-2% on Savings Suburban Drug Store Pure Drugs at moderate prices used in prescriptions. Carry the best Spring and Summer Tonics. Our Ant Varnish finest in the market. Fresh and Reliable Drugs guaranteed. Corner Elmira Ave. and Evelina St. PATRICK 8. HARVEY, Pharmacist. DR. M. O. CAREY, Proprietor. PHONE, ALGIERS 556 PLUMBING ON EASY TERMS I am now prepared to do all kItds of PLUMB ING on the EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN. Call and see me. SAM. OSWALD, Eve Str7~t. Here's Walter Johnson Washington "Noationals" (Ameri can League) one of the speediest pitchers of either of the big leagues-he He's gotthe head, the arm, the ginger and the endurance. Coca Colt didn't nie him them; but he ays it's the one best beverage for the att in propert" of the corporations and to distri bute the proceeds. In case of death or dis ability or resignation of one or more com missioners the vacancy shall be filled by the surviving commissioner or commission ers. Article VII.-Tblh act of incorporation may be modified, changed, or altered, or the said corporation may be dissolved with the assent or three-fourths of the capital stock 'rreseated at any aneral metting of stockholders convened for such purpose, af ter previous notice shall have been given in one or more daily newspapers published In the parish of Orleans, state of Louisiana, once a week during the thirty (30) days next preceding such meeting and upon the date of such meetings; and by notiee mailed at least forty (40) days prior to such meet lung to each stockholder who appears as such on the books of the company, to the post onee address designated by him, and In case of failure to designate an address to the General Delivery at New Orleans. Any change which may be proposed or made with reference to the capital stock of said corporation shall be made in accord anece with the laws of the state of Louisi ana on the subject of altering the amount of capital stock of corporations, and it mas be increased or dimilnlshed upon a compli ance therewith, upon the airmative vote of two-thirds of the stock of the corporation. No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the contracts or faults of this corporation, in any further sum than the unpaid balance due on the shares of steok wed by him, nor shavr sny mere l fermaltty in rganlutie have the seet of rendering this charter null and void or of exposing any stockholder to any liability beyond rue amount due on his stock. In order that this charter may also serve as the original subscription list, the sub scribers hereto have set oppolite to their names the number of shares 9f stock sub scribed for by each of them. Thus done and passed In my omce in the city of New Orleans, in the presence of William A. Wenrc and Edgar (;. ;ould, competent witnesses of lawful age, who have signed their names with the said api[earers and me, notary, on the day and date afore said, after reading the whole. Origlnal signed-Slgnatures of orlinil signers. W. A. Wenek, Edgar G. ;Go:d WM. RENAI'DIIN. Not. PiW. I, the undersigned recorder of mortga". in and for the parish of Orleans, state 4f Loulslana, do hereby certify that the abo, and foregoing act of incorporation of tX.. "Toomev Oil & Gas Company' was this i.tv duly recorded in my office In book 10- . folio 79,. New Orleans. La.. Aug. 261, 191:13. (Signed) EMILE LEONARi, D. R. Nr. I certify the foregoing and lthin to Ib, a true and correct copy of the original act of incorporation of the Toomey Oil & ;Ga Company, together with thecertlificate of i,. recorder of mortgages thereunto append;.,l. on file and of record in my omce. In fakn whereof, I hereunto set my ,.inI sad seal this 26th day of August, A. I'. (Seal) igned : WM. RENATIDIN, Not. Pub. aeg 22 28 sept 4 1 t25