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SOF JF. LANDRY & COM
Fr lcly , INCORPORATED
S - i :. " f I i. ·
ted tate, of " ity ,f New Or- t
s ed sh of r . -t t:s .:h day I
& oitt kw i7, . toe yar of otr P
I o f /iO 1" mintred and e! igh
t4 te houa dt " e- .If the n United I
Aof the iathe hundred and r
" mer ea cr-M iff;. a No- 0
secod. d ly n s ned and qual- a
WI't sod for hte l'arl .f Orleans. State e
is •andfo theraren e':d a. and in the e
Swi. ereinaler named a
Sof the sed. oally cane and ap
a sd Iapartie i who haive hereinafter a
i Prsent ith . .tary, all a
.1 the thpre sen . f New Orleans, La., t
gsoMf Igthe t wh declared that availing
s Id a of .te laws of the State of Lou- p
u~e1.ive to the Or.igIoztZ.i n of cor
i- aiad especially of Act No. 267 of
es cntracted and agreed and t
Shey ýFents, contract and agree and
tlbrve, as well as such other per
ag d heeater bhecoi:e associated with
Sasy and constitute a corporation t
to- ,fr and purloses and under the p
ad stipulatjOtls, to-wit:
le . I.ad Tht name and style of this
j3T)_ shal be J. F. landry & Com- a
ý~er rartepd, and under th:s name it
. ters poawer and authority to have
, joy ýrpoorate existence and succession
S* ni"r o yeas from the date hereof;
asert isune rndbe sued; to make and
tp, telseal and the same to break, a
S pleasure; to own. hold, re
.t Chlaew. purchase, lease, alienate, dis
v, f1convey, mortgage, hylpothecate.
F. otherwise encumber both real and
r - to issue notes, or other
bi of debt to appoint such officers.
Ioc rs •nd employes as the busi
t require and to fiix their compensa- I
ea st blish such by laws. rules and
a; es lmay be necessary and proper
ta e g to am7end, alter or abolish, and
t to do and perform all such acts I
'lbe proper and necessary to carry out
S of the cirporatitin
L ppiaE II--The domicile of the corpora
AI bl be in the City if New ihrlians.
t al Lusiana and all citat. in and all
Sprocess shall be served ul.,n the Plre-i
Sad in his ablen.et hr i t tiin
lc.Psident, and In hei aVse-nce or in
both Presule :t an Vice P'resident
the sur er f the c r r r u.,n.
IaTLE IIll.-The t'rc ......il p:irp i ....
which the corporattl, . at.ilthed and
S e al nature of t ilhe , -i'nl. ,, be c" -
brct d by a a- C .i npal .r upii
asion or other skiars, hide .
s attilar and like irrci: ntl
y.te and generrraln i l t
pt, ship and eo t t...f ,
glsre and officea rc aul fin
do and peri,,r' all tit,- nerc-s;ary.
.ea , ory to it. ud i " .r t i , any
boseor part 0of it - a : t t, d
d perform, thr,,igl i'i ,i nictr , aLtent
id servsnts any a ct ic--ctiry ,r1 rcqt.t:slte
i in business and t :re ilelt .nct
s M ibe germer indl dntal ri, any tof
i p--st andov eseC t frr!l
A TICLE I V.The ciC ltll st.-ck of this
nais herebly I xI :it iVxty thoIu
'a0i.( c00) dollars, d:vidl I' to six
a (600) shares .it one itldred sliow
i a share and shall -e -pa d for in
gt of may be issued at ialr. io pay nent
y pertl or rights a--aa!: y triianfrred
u tie poration. or for scrvices actually
Mrnd the corporation. .aid paymlent to he
dr t such times and in s iach I:allmrent
is t eBrd of Directors may derect. This
,asti, shall be authorized to commence
sa a going concern a. ,Itn as fifty
Ia (0 percent) of its stos-k shall have
Swbecribed for and paid for in accord
ga with law; and the said aplpea-ers here
Ssieribe for the said s:,,ck in the num
id shares as follows: Edward II. Seiler.
je Ires; David Bach, one hundred andl
ne~ýt shares; J. F. Landry. one hun
idhres; C. J. Richard. fifty shares.
U ar V.--All the powers of the cor
ipainr bll be vested in and exercised by
S3'd of Directors to bie clmponscd of four
gIihabldles to be elected annually on the
ent MNoday of January of each year, be.
hi the year 1919; the first Board of
shall be J. F. Landry, i C. J. Rich
Md, David Bach and Edward Il. Seiler; three
es of the Board shall cnstitute a
fog the transaction of all business:
SBweda f Directors shall elect fromn among
ls a President; a Vice-President; a
ianesty and a Treasurer; the first Presi
dit sl be J. F. Landry. the first Vice
4ilat harll be C. J. Richardi ; the first
ldM y shall be Edward II. Seller and the
t Trassurer shall be David Bach. The
a do Directors shall do all things nec
sm, to regulate the proiper csnduct, sup
et md management of the business.
*ITIQZ VI.-This act of incorporation
y be added to, modified or changed, or
i eoestion may be dissolved with the
t two-thirds (2-3) of the capital stock
Iaad at a meeting of the stockholders
- d l foe ruch purpose after notice by fif
am dys' advertisement in a morning daily
imqier Pblished in the English language
Sin City of New Orleans and also fifteen
m tice by mail to the last known resi
dt ddress of every stockholder of Vecord;
i uhbemver the corporation is dissolved.
d by law or otherwise, its affairs shall
Sleridsted by two commissioners to be
disd fero among the stockholders at a
Setiag of the stockholders and said
alsat .c shall remain in office until
i d~a of the corporation shall be fully
9i a ld atd settled. In case of the
Of ay commrissioner, or his inability
h at, the remaining commissioners shall
, dchamges proposed to be made in
li to the objects and purposes of the
oLa with reference to the capital
i UI od in accordance with the
CdI tlrt of Louisiana on the aub
S cmeetisgr of to sckholdera can
Si m the written request to the
~ tr ia his abseence or inabiliy, the
after due notice given as for
Sir tie disholtion of the corpora
N molification of this chartter.
55,K VI.--No stockholder shall ever
ti Mlk for the eontraets or the faults
eti min any further aum than
.ithe Ohlan due the corporation on
dimar f stoek owned by him, nor shall
Sinfma mmality in organization have
i of rendering this charter null or
.d a stck*holder to any liability
ql I~ rild halence which may be
'iemL~cthesamn to stock. As the
the nhber of shares each sub
* s rter shall serve as an origi
lirS. No shares of the capi
•o r eporotion shall .be trans
* i bob of the corporation, nor
Sdtrsasfer be recognized by or
m thio corporation, unless and
a2.P m. or persons, holding said
hI tO deoured to transfer shall
olo n the ame to the other
S sa id eorporation, by letter
St Pi resident of the corporation.
LOSOt cd that thie said other stock
S tve the right and option of
- S arock for three days neat
-I& diwoey of sueh offer of sale
t the apo. ratiun.
Sfled so my office. inthe
. ton in the presence of
and Lh. Richard, coT
who hereunto sign their
ml.mpeares enC d o ubOcrib
mrs, a the day, month and
a e wrinttea, after reading
lii al_ n sinred) d. . Lan
It.. C.r Richar, 411 De.
p leb 1. Decatur St.i Edw.
- D-Wo ea St.: Benrmin T. Wal
PETER SThlFI, Notary
b of Orleas. State of
, e& rtify that the Act of
a tiea J. . Landry n Cop '
wan this day duly it
m e, Ian Boosk i, Folio -.
t 1913.A er r0 mo(Sianted)
.ubetoDy. 1. A true copy
fil e in my office. New
"th,. 11L PETER
UlU JPFr C o., nc.
01 Arwica, State of Louis
fL Oleans, City of New Or
of that eon this eighth day
,alOtbr in the ear of our
mime hundred and eigh
Idlendene of the United
the one hundred and forty
ams enry P. Dart. Jr., a
m_ oofmissioned and quail
hb City and the Parish of
Riainc and in the pros
hereinafter and under
aerm and appeared: the
l whoo names are herein'
tther with amounts of
.o"iptions to the capital
, Oto he formed, who
that availing themselves
01 the general laws of the
relative o the orani
they have covenanted
by these presents cove
Id hand and obligate them'
*,muh other perm
term if ninety-nine years from this date cci
and all the rights, advantages and prlvileges de
SgrantctI 1by law to corporations. including IIt
Sthe 1I, er to o,ntract. sue and be sued in ti:
it corporate name; to make and use a cr- !ii
Irprate seal, and the same to break and
.al:er at pleasure; to hold, receive, convey. an
I ,rtgage, hypothecate and pledge property, .
I real and personal to issue bonds, potes andl f
other obligations; to have and employ man
agers, directors, officers, agents and other tee
employees as the interests and conveni- art
ence of the corporation may require; to make ~,
I and establish such comnmtters anil to create
such rules, regulations and by-laws for the
corporation's management and control of the thi
I affairs of the corporation as may be deemed c,
necessary and expedient. it
* ARTICLE II.-The domicite of this cr- tai
poration shall be in the City of New ()
leans. State of Louisiana and citation and
f other legal process shall be served upon he
I the President or. in his absence or inability "r
I to act from any cause whatever, upon a
- Vice-'resident of the Secretary-Treasurer. c
1 ARTI(LE Ill.-The object and purposes of ,h
h this corporation are to manufacture, com- ha
e pound, prepare or otherwise make, liquid or
soap solvents, polishes and cleaners. to sell bi
same either at wholesale or retail, buy. sell
and deal in chemicals, chemical compounds qu
t and chemically prepared proprietary articles; m;
to engage In trade and comtin'rce in all its so
forms, shapes and phases; to have, hold. ac- is
quire, possess, sell, let. alienate or trans- an
fe r any and all offices, real estate, buildings al
and machinery necessary for the conduct la
of the business; to have, hold. acquire, Isos- tit
ress, sell, let, alienate or transfer trade co
marks, patents and patent rights or copy- ho
d rights, privileges and inventiins; to hold sh
stock in other corporations and bonds of the in
same and of the United States and of the
State of Louisiana. and generally to do and fi.
I perform all things needful, necessary, proper, dj
d or useful for the accomplishment of the pur- (
,r poses of .the corporditon, the whole in the
e State of Louisiana, the state, territories and th
sa Issessions of the Uniited States and in fir- d
it cign sta!es and territories with the right to th
have officers and places of busitness and agents w
iand representatives in any and all of the It
II ARTICLE IV.--The capital stock of this p"
corpsr.iiton is fixed .at Fifty thousa:nl dol- r,
n lars ($M .(ti). divided into twenty-five lioun
1 drcd -h.ire' of the p.r value of I wenty t$21 o
t Irlar, each to be lpaid fr in ca-h or ini
rvices actualls rendlered or in piriperty pulw
-s cnied by :hce c npor.at: mn. Isaen:y-five I.
S ith uand dollars ($2.5,tii) of saild :tck niay I
h. Ce ucd in payment fir the xthiusive right
t, :n t , su ctu"re, c",Ip,un:ld or oth'irw; -e i) m Ike
i e i q )tud ,,al, a , vl ett:t. kn,n i s. ( l'.,- i: .
,,.mirding to the fir u ti o -ied i byIl L- -iii A.
Slcb k .A ,l protected, by I t:ecr- p.trent or c, py
right niw ,ei n lting in the l'.teir t tfficae ..f
iithei I' ii ii. 't , . tgether wsith the t cli- 1
i nre r:ilit to i en-il !I " the Iinl't d
at. - si. t tritr s l -n pn , ,e, i's aind it n -
c ,:c at - ,t< " I^, :c ,rln t, f ir i pt r i,,, I i
Stw . cars ir,,:m ,Ite hcr, t; : r s.tite tof the
right s ,,ll't e ,I t-l i the iop : li ht erei tlli ter
.e grain- hicng wirey apprainde t r tehe g' ir
tf lTw:ty fine th, i,- iold ,- liars t$25,niO, and
ai Ii . el of Ilttrecto, tiii ortzieid tIi acs
iHire- -t.l rni `ets friom the said Lou lins C
i: ,; a in py:e: t theref . r, t, s ie cr- w
t- :nate- of stick for the aon .in: -of lisre
tx eial to the nlnser of shire- sublscrihed II
fir by ,ther subl-crbers or ,: ikholders oand
n thereafter in amounits so that he ishall re
iceive, as shlares of stock are sui '-crlibed for i
it . th.iers a certificate for -hare, equal in t
number to the shares s-i suuscribcle; and C
the laid l. uis A. Ilock hereiy grants an I
exclusive option to the lessee to purchase pi
sa id formula and all trade names, tr. e A
e marks. copy-rights and patents prnt sc:ing said it
v formula or trade name at the expiration of
Stwo years from date hereof at a price to be ci
I fixed and determined by a majority vote of ri
the Board of Dlirectors of said lessee after p
- giving full and fair consideration t he ft
r, value of said formula as may be evidenced
i ihy the business and profits of said lessee tl
a derived from the use of said formula during 1I
said period of two years. payable in capi- s
Stal stock of the lessee; should the price soc
Sdetermined be more than the unissued capi- n
tal stock of the lessee, then this charter shall (
be amended and and the capital stock increased to t
such sum as will enable the lessee (this con-s
pany) t'i acquire full ownership of said for- i
mula. and pay for same in stock. The
capital stock may be increased to O(ne Mil- p
hon I $1110.( M.ioi IDltlars. The capital stock n
Of this corporation is issued and held tnder 4
the irrevca ble agreement, contract and conti- S
ditions that no sale or transfer of the stock
,i-hall he recognized by the corporation tun- r
Sless andi until it shall have been first offe
t rd in writing to the corpiration at the hok
Svalue thereof as showsn by the last audit of T
the bltks within six months of the oiffer for
e the use and benefit of other stockholders. who d
Sare hereby graned the ahbsolute first right t
and privilege to purchase tame at the price 1
stated and to accept which shall be in writ
Sing) and pay therefor with-n thirty days af
or ter such offer shall have been made. The
right and the rights conferred in this Article
of the Charter shall follow the stock into
rs whatever hands it may go. Failure of the
- holder or possessor of the certificate of stock
y to produce or deliver same shall authorize
we the corporation to receive in trust the price
en thereof, to cancel such outstanding certifi
cates on the books of the corporation and is
sue new certificates therefor. The stock so
d purchased shall be divded among the re
be maining stockholders as may he desired by
be them, and in default of agreement, in pro
!portion to their several holdings and upon
ipayment of the price thereof. This corpora
tion shall be the agent of the stockholders
Sespecially empowered through its Board of
Directors to enforce and carry out all of
t the foregoing provisions regarding stock in
ARTICLE V.-All the corporate powers
vested by las or this charter on corporations
Sshall be exercised by the Board of Directors
of this corporation, including the right to
Smanage, control and direct the affairs of
this corporation, the corporate policy, to sell
the corporation or to merge it into another
corporation and to take in payment of any
r such sale or merger, cash, bonds, notes or
stock of the purchasing or.merging corpora
ion or of a new corporation created for the
purpose without the necessity of referring
tn either or any of said acts to the stockholders.
n The Board of Directors of this corporation
shall be composed of five stockholders. The
Sfirst board of Directors under this charter
shall be Louis A. Block, N. J. Barrois, M.
ty L Smith, Hugues Fernandez and Benj. W.
SKernan, with Louis A. Block as President,
e N. J. Barrios as first Vice-President, lugones
Fernandez as Second VicesPresidents and M.
SL.S Smith as Secretary-Treasurer; they shall
hold office until the first Monday of Oc
tober, 1920. or until their successors are elect
ed and qualified. Of the first Monday of
SOctober, 1920, and annually thereafter an
or election shall be held by tbe stockholders
afor a Board of Directors. Such election shall
id be preceded by fifteen days" written notnce
Il to the stockholders delivered in person or
er sent by mail to the last address known to
at the office of the corporation at such hour
stockholder shall have been registered with
-. the Secretary. The election shall be held
Sat the offiee of th corporation a such hour
xl as may be fixed by the incumbent Board of
le Directors and under the supervision of one
or mnwe commissioners appointed by the
same. In all elections for officers or direc
Stores or both, the cumulative form of voting
Sstock shall prevail end the five persons re
Sceiving ethe highest tunmnber of votes cast
r at said election shall be declared elected,
ib- and the Board of Directors thus elected
nd shall meet and organize as soon after said
Selection ast possible. A mnjority of the
Swhole Board shall constitute a q aorum, and
directors absent or unable to attelnd may a
Sthorte Directors present to represent e
ry and with all the powers such absentees could
M M riess minatters eshall i decidmed byr the
f majority vote of the quorum present at such
meeting, but any matter or thnm affecting
- gth of abe torporatuen. the electi o
officers shall be adopted oily by the vote
of the majority of stock held by the ndivid
nal members of the whole Board of Directors
and proper minute entries shall be made to
show the same. At the first meeting after
election the Board of Directors shall elect
a President and one or more VicePresidents,.
all of whom shall be stockholders, and a
IC Secretary and Treasurr, who need not be
is- stockholders, and the ter offices may be
)r- combined by the Board n one persn. The
lay Bard of Directors my establsh by-tas.w,
ue rules and regulations for the government of
gh the corporation and may also crate com
ed mittees for the management of the several
rty departments of its business, including an
a Executive Committee of not less than three
i- members of the Board, which Committee
of shall be empowered to exercise all the func
es- tions of the Board of Directors during the
er- recess of said Board, save those heresin re
the served for the full Board. Vacancies in the
in- Board of Directors shall be filled by the
of remaining members thereof.
ro ARTICLE VI.-The power and riht to de
es clare dividends is vested exclusivey in the
the Board of Directdors., who are specially au
ni- thorited to retain the profits and- ear
ted for the e corporstiou in w.. '.
ye- in - tits s it te judg
- the ciaead and require
of the corpuratle or the emergency
ld tme time. ch profits ead earamei s so
iec withheld by the caposaton shall he con
baeen emnatsd by the sactie the .ard
the iat&u nis thsrfe
cent. interest per annum, payable on divi- on
dehnd periods; the right is reserved in the a
t,,.iTrd of Director, to pay said mnney at any
t::e when in its opinion the sanie is no
!irger nceeded by the crp,rat;,n. It
ARTI( LE VI 1.-IT.i. charter may be ie
amended, altered ,,r midifted, or the cap:til ha
it.ck Incrtea-cd r decreased, at a meeting ci
of the stockhblers duly called fir that pur -v
pfse. and in Ii rnnnier as iny le pery:- a.l
ted by the law, of Louisiana now or hire- c
atter enacted. Hlits crlratin uay he dis- h
solvei tin the :annrer p- ,v:die bly any law h
of Li.utsitant n.w .r hereafter n-.,cted.
ARTItCLE IX.--t pn tithe termint:,t ,n ,if
the charter or upsn the lisiO!utIti i tile ci
corporation. its affairs shall he hqu:datied c
in the manner prvsled by any law ,f L. us
iana now or hereafter enacteld.
ARTICLE X.-N. s:tkh.,ler -hall eser !,e
held liable or reptons:`le for the c.ntra, ts i
,or fault. of this ,rl,,tratin in .iny further t
.umi than the unpaid halance due t', tnh. s
c.,rporatin on the shares owned by hitm. nor de
shall any mere mformnality in organization l
have the effect of rendering this charter null.
or of expi,sing the sti,ckholders to any hIa- t
bility heyond such unpaid halance. nt
ARTICLE XI.--\\%hrever nmice is re
qutred by law or by this charter. the sanme tit
may be given in writing delivered in ipr- St
son or sent ti, the last known address as ot
is prescribed in Article V of this C'harter, Pi
and twenty-four hours will be sufficient fi.r Il
all purperes except otherwise prescribed by
law. Any notices required by law or by fv,
this charter may le waived biy unanimnous ti
consent of the Board of Directors or the st,tck- hi
holders as the case may be, and such waive. r fa
shall be entered on the ninutes of the meet- hi
ing to which they apply.. i
Thus done and passed. in my rrtarial of
fice, in the City of New Orleans, on the
date aforesaid, in the presence of Louis J g
(;elpi and Anna Morrell, competent witncses.
who have hereunto signed their nanmes with at
the said parties, whoi have set out their adl S
dresses and the numn!ier of shares lieldl y di
them. and me. Notary. after reading of the 1I
whole. (Original Signed) Liti. Adrin T
Bllock. 1.250 shares. ,131 Catrna St.. New
I()rleansll . L. : . ir I. t mit, ti slhare. 31.st
Tlavior Ave., Niew s rr'ns, La.. N. J. l ar- p
r;,s, per L. A. Ill-.ck, - share- t,37 \ est i
End Blvd., New Oiran-i, .i ; llugues lher
I ndel. !l RI9,,,l St. New irl.iis, La. a
h,,re ; IA'n) \V Kerrn. 23 shares. 133 :
S S:t ;.. Nc.v r a: -. ; i ., \\itnc c : Ii,
L.i , .s e I ; ..t i u i:a rrcll. IIENRY 1'.
R . ,l , the ii t Ic ,if , it RIcn l,, r , i ,r t
. r . ,, t' I'.r -h tf I ( )r ,.,' ,,n 1 : ) ct,'lc
t ' 1 2. I r , - -rl e.
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,,.: ,. II R ".nR I'c l \ ' r .1. t. , 1rw ed P I
I e ,
fitor 1"i . e v re i ;-11_n1 . Io,
S t1te ,f I .,i-s~ n a. i v.1 i :ri ( ue t f,,r
Jthe l'ar:-sh . i ( n,..tnIt
I h r st-e' ct . " : t o ,n ths 4thi 4u ii diey ,f
('uur: ti le fi.-t . gu:g e ititrid i t. in in hii.
w ,r l. n it I f i iar c s i ll ,w li g . t, w t.: N ,,.
14 .€t5 1 luvi- . " "A ." . l)to .l et Si M r. anil M -. j )
Irh is r ;c :.t, c.tne thit tlay t- be heard.
iup pUetu::,c e ai d :cai n to char n e, alter
Sn:tl anrnd the namue f their iutnour s -n
S('.:re Henry Mcl.e in. t ied Carey Henry
Mciean. l.aIre e M. Jamn, Attornev fir
le .it ner. ('h nller C('. L.uizen crg, Ii:rict
A:orney fair the Parish if ()rleans, represent
ing the State of lIoaiisoia.a
\\hen, after hearing pleading. evidence and
counsel the Cur: icing of opin'in, for the:
Sreasons this day orally assigned. that the
r petitioners are entitled to the relief prayed ,
It is ordered, adjudged and decreed, that
there be judgmtent herein authorizing '
SHorace P. McLean, and Vi'tla Carey. wife iof
Ssaid Horace P. McLean. the petitioners, t
i change, alter and ai'end the name of their
minor chill. Carey Henry McLean. to Leal
I Carey Henry McLean, which shall be the
Strue and lawful name of their said minor
- son. after the publication of this judgment
in the manner required by law-;
It is further ordered, that all csts of this
- proceeding e paid by the petitioners. Jud ;-i
Snent read and renderedI in open court, Septt.
r 4th. 1018. Judgment signed in open cour:,
- Sept. 11th. 118 r
k (Signed) E. K. SKINNER. Jude Civil
SDistrict Court fir the Parish of Orleans, Div.
"C" acting fr Div "A."
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
f my hand and affixed the seal of the said
r Court. at the City of New Orleans. ths 12th t
Sday of Sept.. In the year of our iLord, one t
t thusmand. nine hundred and eighteen. J.
e RIESIIABER, Deputy Clerk.
e CHARTER OF J. N. WOODDY BOX CO.,
United States of America. Mtate of Louis
k iana, Parish of Orleans. City of New Or
leans. Be it known, That on this nine
e teenth day of the month of 4(ctiber. in the
year One Thousand Nine Hlundred Eighteen.
Before me, Charles Rosen. a Notary Public. I
duly comm:isioned and qualified. in and f.,r
Sthe above Parish. therein residing, and in
the presence of the witnesses hereinafter
y named and undersigned: Personally came
and appeared the several persons of the full
n age of majority, whose names are hereunto
subscribed who declared that availing them
selves of the laws of this State in such cases
made and provided they do hereby for:n
themselves their associates, successors and
Sassigns into a corporation under the follow
We have the Experiemo. We
have Pure Drugs. We reuder
f Peafect Sesvice. It such supe
Sriot service appeals to yoma, the
let us Ill your prescriptum.
Co.. Delleville aud Penlesa Ave.
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ARTItI.E I -'1- :c !'. " . :':;- , ' ',
i , tt-h* ' i i \1 ,\ 1 . 'il
Its peri l of it - t: I -
tear, fr,,e. thi- dlte. S r I ,r;, , -h',' t pr
have f r the purp,,-cr , ti- -
c.lrreld 1 1i I, it all .:c
iy law up.u c r.,i : , r
ailly cxer'e all the l I"t
tarry , ld b,-:cl ',.,i I , r,. ",
ihall have Ill ,, e cr r
he str id In , it. clr.r t' " ,s " 10
use a c ri r te - .l, .:,l t'. t . k i
t-l t. t. i i ,t I. ., .. -: " ,ti' .`1 " ~ tr . bit :,
cItii ren ~, Itr I rs
."11h manage ,r- dlrect ,r, . -,irs t-, .agrts:: . ' , 11E
.ther ei' plycr ,s ., the Inltt rt-: .,ili .",t
entlence if the I alrio t rr , il:.ay requi lre r
denrand; to make and r-ta-ish s-.h r i
laws. rules aitl regul.at,.o.ns fr t' it:.tiage
tient and contrit l ,it the- thi - Cs an: I .at
fairs of the tcrplrat-r:t as may he deemned
necessary or iexpedent:t
ARTICLE II.- ihe do:ci!e If the corplra
tion shall be in the city it New I)rlean-.
State of Lu-tana; an, all citaotln and It
other legal pricess shall ,e served on the
!'resident, and in his ab since or diability I
1up n1 the Sc t.tr yey-T reas arir er.
i1TI(11-E III. --The ,hlrjiet , and purposes
fir which tils .Ir,rrr ti ,I 1I orgianT , ed, and
thie nllt tr o the ilsines til ie carried ni o t
h1y t. are here ic declared t~ 1ei. T,, mti mnu
facttre, un i a:nd sell paper bixves, wa,,d
,xc-, laper hag-, and r-eceptacleh, anlt tr
ticls if aill kinds made of palper. wisd. ,r
card !cardt, or .tier c s'.staitce. atnd gente- -
ally to di ill things I ncrien.tal ti the fioe
ARTI-'LE L\'.- The amount if the capital I1
+in.lk in hereliy declared- t. lie letn lI,u. sa ld
(SI$.tit.t Sit Dollars, cotes:ting of one hun.
dred thlt share. of the par value if tlne
Hundred ($1tUr.() l )illars i per share. Five I
Thusand $ ..iteIt I },),i:ars o f the capital!
nl'ck shall bIe isutsre ,cs beftre the tilring
t the at,,l ,,t .,rI ri.lt ,u.ll a 1 hall he
Itlt l tr -It f, l f eit. I ,t li l i, ' ' l
p 1.l! l i .l. ' i r te ( .l .. t ' .t : l "i : si i 1 t
,f ttin e. T ihe rc mndti r ,I the tt - ,k ,'l.tl al
be ai l ..t -.l , t:'re .i e, rd,l nte l !!l Li. a
.li the I -i,.l:d , ithre : - -.,tl! presser th.
i, - l- : : ,
,chtr :-. p lo - - , :- - ,k I sn, t tt -t '
thetcr;'.ig :t ' te lrine ,
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Cit. c- irtin i t tl te i tie
Sai h l s tii. e :ir . i it i cy i' Cicii:n i tr .I
S( l, t t.. 1 r i t t. ,i- itis, thei .r
i, r tl c Ito l lil titii e tt e tI'e tul
,t' " . .:, .t sr s t 1h' 1" r '1.1.l fl rU d i. 1:u:1;t
isi t e iteir t. l I,.t: f !).rtent it i : tc:
iii viticib coe them Sie!thrre need ni li a
it. a r dI e c"ti. it c r- Irai . .t l - sIt S ,
rtet. rT- Ti5 r s ,tr iI nl t rltO i tht tr ct iit
ulth t sash .theer "eht c . agent ., anl, ct
p ti t lir a, t:he deare antd miry girtt tol
C.e1 c o . at tt . p"owot aw th. : ey ie;
prt pt r. The fir: liard ,f tcirec,,rs a snd
officers of tis- (ot rlrati i wit-h their 't ,st
,ftice allresses ,rte as f"te-ow . lerntard
M -rc.. res:,dr t. 417 I'rytania St. New ()r
'Cals. La; Julian N. \tepredy. ee -o r Irsidete t
.i' (',ns:ance St . Nes ( )rhlet., la. ; Ea
gene A. (arcia. Secretary Tre.arr. 82e1 N.
Rampart S:. New rletin.. Lai. The Hieard
at t l it 1 t:.,r :l tl.,y it ,:it iiilti etirtCii tile
,ise iis iotret lry .ru that sif Treatsurer,
in winch tase thet S:t tary need nst lie a
cancies tr, the ,ard fro!m1 whatever cause
ir 1inlg :ay be ftiled by the rema:ning t
rct -i,. .Any :tenher ft tile oard tnmay aler
p int antty :, kh,,lr hr hits rcp:c.te ative to
i itSt h placet and fsead at any :neetnig o
the IeI.ard. The iinard lif iutln e tor :Iayt
msake. ,n!e nt and ' rpe'.l all by l.tws fr the
regitlati ons ,t f the (i o l y n t ii nt t Inc nin sisei.t
witth and t sl o t thi e'lit b'-ltiwas rsou!n a nd
rt-e', lt:, ,tic .st il s tie m1. ! :th '.y the stck
hldeirs. All ee'ctints r hall he hy ballot
with tuch regulatin na the oa-d f ior rtc
eTr :.ift <h it t in,. and at e very lsuch ek tu
tion and at all meet tigs of the stckholders
rach rca.dcro -hare ,f s!tmk at the da' e
,,tt such 'htin .r meeting shall ie entitled
t i ete v tr:e to h- c.it .y the registered
o"ern or hie agent tr representative by
written proxy. The failure to elect direc
t a tt th e aln utal meting shall not dls
olve r affect te doti corporation or impair its,
.anagement in any respect. but the officers
lice until their succeirs are elected and
u:cltifht. ant, the election ehtd as soon as
ARTI('I.E VI.-This act of incorporation
may he m lified. chlnged or altered, or said
corporation may ie dyusolved. with the as
ent af two-thircds of the capital stock out
rtanding at a meeting of the f tockholders
c,,nvened fir that purosme. and after fifteen
days written ntlce has been delivered in
person or given by letter mailed to the last
known address of each stockholder. The
psaid notice may he waived by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders. In case
of the dissolution of th corporation its af
fairs srnall e liquidateo d l y one or more
liquidatnrs elected by the stockholders with
such powers, compensations and duties as
the stockholders may determine. t
he held liable for the faults or contracts of
this corporation in any further sum than the
ounpaid alance duet to he corpor ation on the
lstckholder eto any liability eyond the un
paid balance due on his stock. The sub
scribers hereto have respectively written op
posite their names the amount of stock sub
this act of incorporation may also serve as
the original s bslription list of the corpora
tion; and they have stated their post office
naddress so as to conform with Act 25 ofr
Thus done and pasrd, at my office in theP
City of New Orleans. State of saouisi;na,
on the daaly. month, and year first herein
above written, in u the presence of Jan M.
DilCon and cGorge Arthur SOarer, competent
witnesses of lawful age, residi3 n in this
tania St.. New Orleans. La., 20 shares; Josu
N. Wooddy. CHARtLES ROSEN, Notary
I, the undersigned. Recorder of Mortgages.
in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing Act of Incorposaion of the
J. N. Wooddy Bog Co., Inc., was this day
duly recorded in my office, in Book t2.
Folio 534. New Orleans, October, 21st, 1915.
(Signed) EMILE J. LEONARD. Dy. R.
A true oopy. CHARLES ROSEN, Notary"
Oct. 24-31; Nov. 7-14-2-3iB.
Love Prom Evoyeae.
Nio matter how wise you are, every7
m.e yoe meet can teach you momethlu.
The young folks who are Itkely to
grow are not the ones who pride them
selves on their superior eduaetional
advantages, and look down on others
from a lofty height Be teachable.
You my mis previous chsances if
you meet others and pass on without
lesrning anythins from the~m-Gi
Ol Closes Wood.
A muall quasntity of olive oil appilld
to a wet cloth from which most of the
water has been wrung furnlshes an ex
cellent cleanser f,es wood. The suer
oentf te furniture should be rubbed
wist mte doth and them dried theeg.
Ky with a soft, dry rag.
Net a ki Doosript a.
"I see where seven Frenchmeno
trial In Paris for espionage claim they
are 'journallsts' but show no ableity
to write." "Ahem I' sld the practleal
newspaper man. That seem to de
srele a sormaflet pretty well."-31
THE DENTIST'S TROUBLE
The dentist has his troubles.
After working on a woman who had
an extr:avagtnt coiffuret to impede his
progre.ss and handic:ap his manipula
tions, Ir. I'ulletn (ri.ht name withheld
by advertising depalrtment) sigthed his
relief and motitoned for her to arise.
The woman pulled herself together.
looked into a mirror., and then again
seated herself in the chair.
"I am Ill through with your teeth,"
the dentist said.
"I know," the woman answered,
"but aren't you going to fix up my
"The north-bound train is forty min
utes late, Mr. Sellers," said the land
lord of the Petunia tavern.
"Why, confound It!" returned the
Impatient drummer. "Your porter said
the station agent told him it was ten
"Yes, but you know old Henry is so
deaf that he hears only about a quar
ter of what is said to him."
A Parting Shot.
Mr. Will Makem had just popped
the question to Miss Elderlelgh, the
lady of his choice.
"I am sorry," she answered resolute
ly, "I cannot marry you. I'm sure
I you never saw any encouragement
written on my face."
"Ah, true I" sighed the rejected one.
"I suppose it was because of my In
ability to read between the lines."
CHIEF WOULD EAT HIM.
The Castaway Upon the Cannibal
Island-Oh I sir, I was a managing ed
The Cannibal Cook (a joker)-Well,
rou will soon be the editor in chief.
l'ruth crushed to earth will rise agai
An act exceedingly rash;
)or scarcely has she done so'whea
She gets another smash.
"Must be a terrible job."
"That of a lady lion tamer."
"Naw; every woman is a born lion
tmer, only most of them have to take
It out In bossing a shrimp of a has
and. Only occasionally does one get
it chance to boss something worthy of
Utility and Decoration.
"Bow did the young man from
the East happen to leave Crimson _
Gulch so suddenly!"
"It was all a case of mistaken Idea
tity," replied Broncho Bob. "He m Is
took a bunch of cowboys for dudes be
amuse they wore wrist watches."
"You seem to enjoy seelng the judge
with his wife."
"Yes, I like to se him et somie eot 1
eis own medidane." 1
"I like to see her overrule him"
Mrs. Justwed-You must not expect
pe to give up my girthood way all at
Juatwed-That'sa all right; go a
p- klaan a llowance from your father
jI ist as it nothing had happened.
EACK FENC IROMANCL
ry the Alley Worker-Withot
P love an will be a reaind lft
Tabby, the HBowes at-I ca't be
eve ee. You've said thai t to bhall
S Thenesa--Quite true. And tf ys
r me F have but two mmm aves
aemMa the was ettah mar ,
. W ne ver uges eaht t a ssam
;l s's Iummure fbrom reaaserm w
ut a emsi a W1ss 5 h5U5
awyer-Ater the defeadat le
pe, what did you de ia the interitm?
Witnes-Wasn't la any interl. I
emb b thasalhes.
S Forestalling Vsters.
Ir- SaId the neer-y c: "Women sel
Sdom get credit for taking any preea
Stions other than looking under the bed,
but did yes ever notice that they usa
ally put on their hats a couple of
hours before It Is time to start to th
place they have set their hearts on
tf New EduCatial Idea.
a For teaching children to read more
Sapidly a Bosto man has invented a
Smeaine which displays but a single
ean ap dnt matter at a time.
SAH KInd Place Yoer Order
With Us--Can Make Immediato
Roofing '":tP"c Your
Rubber--V Crimp Corrugated
B. V. REDMOND & SON
309-311-313 Decatur Street.
TORNADO, FIRE, AUTOMOBILE
R. A. TANSEY
157 Ddmae St. Phone Alghnr 912
Model Sheet Metal Works
FRANK URAAI, Prop.
Repair Work, Gutter Spouting, Steam and Gas Fitting,
Sheet Metal Work of All Description. Gas
Stove Repairing Our Specialty.
PHONE ALGIERS 377 319 NEWTON STREET
The Johnson Iron Works, Ltd.
NBW ORLBANS, LA.
Macblme, Perle sad Patter Shops sad PFeadry,
siprds r Buidlg sad Repel r to Steel ad Weedee Vesselt.
Beler, Teuk s.d Pipe Shops.
MOROAN, PATlfRSON AND SHOUIN STREBTS
P. O. Drawer 241 ALOIEB , STA. TelephoNe Ae1.rs 491
The Pinch Hitter
-- - o ,.
It was ofthe Aumwlcaa bet fiat ata this
lait possiblk. gOa iswan if wR keep it up,
Costly Law Proceedings.
The folly of rushing to the law to
settle every little dispute Is demon
strated by an action between two pot
ters for a sum of £2. After being in
court for 11 years, it was put an end
to by being referred to arbitrators,
who decided in favor of the defendant
in the case, and ordered the plaintiff
to pay all the costs incurred in the
proceedings, which were assessed at
Reviewing a Kindness.
If you have done a kind thing, do not
spoil it by talking too much about It.
The people who are all the time draw
Ing attention to their kindness and gen
eroelty, and the sacrlfices they have
made, are not the ones who can expect
the most sincere gratitude.
Barley Long Known to Man.
Barley was originally a wild grass
of western Asia. It is believed to be
the moseet ancient cultivated vegetable
food of mankind. Three varieties of
the grain have been found in the pre
historic lake dwellings of Switzerland,
dating back to the Stone Age.
Food Value of Fish.
The high worth of fish as a food is
strongly upheld by the Journal of the
American Medical Association, noting
that fish must be better cared for than
some other forms of animal food, but
concluding "it is no just criticism of
fsh to say that they may be harmful
unless properly cared for."
Thing to Be Feared.
"No, the fear of falling never en
ters my head," said the aviator to his
gaping bearers. "What scares me is
the danger of stalling my engine about
two miles up and not being able to get
First Artesian Well.
The first artesian well to be bored
in Europe of which data is available
is the tube well at Grenelle, in France,
which was sunk by the French gov
ernment between 1834 and 1842, in the
hope of obtaining a sufficient supply
of water fbr Paris. The depth is 1.798
feet, at which level a prolific supply
of water was reached.
Truly King of Birds.
"Our national bird, the bald eagle,
wild in its native haunts, is so large, so
majestie, and imes with an evidence of
so enormous strength, that one is Is
pressed with the thueght that here is
the hiag of birds," writes T. Gilbert
Pearson of the Audubon society. "On
one occasion while eating my lunch in
the shade of a little bush on a South
era prairie, I saw one carry of a
S"Rf yon stop to think befo' yoe
a speak," said Uncle )ben, "de chances
l are you'll discover you didn' bae
nnsl' wut tellia', nobow."
Been Buying on Margin?
"You have no reason to he ashamed
of your poverty If you acquire it hon
estly," remarks Life. Tut! One may
have acquired it honestly enough, but
so blamed foolishly as to be mightily
ashamed of it.-Boston Transcript.
Here's a Hard One.
We have been asked so many amaz
Ing questions by readers that it is a lit
tle dimcult to pick out the craziest.
One, however, which remains Indelibly
on our memory was: "Whether a
chimera buzzing in a vacuum would be
able to devour second Intentlonra
What do you think about it?
bw one em a a p t a e
wa a4l ddsbL .r
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