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Holmes July Sale of'
Linens An Annual Event of Much Importance to Thrifty Housewives BED SPREAI)S Ik.l Spreads; made of double- SATIN LPARSEILLES thread yarns, tightly woven, Size 80x90 Hemmed, each 3.13 thoroughly bleached ,and shrunk. Size 78x88 Hemmed, eacL 4.0 Size 76x81 Hemmed, each 150 Size 81x90 Hemmed, each 5.15 Size 835x95 Hemmed, each 6.85 Size 76x87 Hemmed, each 2.50 Size 90x100 Hemmed, each 2.50 0 He7.15 Size 80x84 Hemmed. each 2.69 Size 84x94, Scalloped, each 4.605 Size 72x88 Hemmed. each 3.)00 Size 80x94 Scalloped, each 5.35 Size 77xS7 Scalloped, each 800 Size 85x95 Scalloped, each 7.15 Size 90x100 Scalloped. each 8.15 I)IMITY HED SPREADS DIMITY BED SPREADS Block prints, fast colors; in English cord design, light floral and renaissance designs- weight summer cover Size 72x90 Hemmed. each 3.50 Size 63x90 Hemmed, each 2.35 Size 81x90 Hemmed, each 4.00 Size 80x90 Hemmed, each 3.00 Lace-Trimmed Scarfs and Centers 75 cents \Values that could not le offered at anything like the price, were the goods to be bought to-day. The lo\\ price makes it possible for the houtsewife to buy Sfurll set of these. D. H. Holmes Co. r ".. l,.w York, LIMITED A, ." 3.rlvi. L.sden and Pence.w., Always Buy the Best TOILET ARTICLES A Large Line of BeautyAids Every woman wants to be as attractive as possible. And it's perfectly right that she should be. Actresses are more envied and admired, perhaps, than any other class of women. Yet they are not always the most beautiful. They attribute their charms in a measure to the regular use of good creams. lotions, etc. We have a line of the latest and most effect tve beauty aids, perfumes, etc. to please the c CALDERARO'S , PHARMACY (Successor toPeter Rupp) Cow. Bmermda, i sdn vearet s.. . DIXIE Ph... )I Grtatest Homestead South Notice We pay 3% semi-annually on both full-paid and current shares. All payments made on current shares or savings on or before July 5, 1919, will earn six months dividend December 31, 1919. Full paid stock lsued only to the applicants on file. SWe are the only Homestead or SBuilding and Loan Assoela tion in Louisiana that lends money at less than 7% and no bonus. Our low rate of interest to home purchasers gives us a choice of loans and a higher grade risk. Think it over, Mr. rInvestor. Our growth is adequate evidence that our citizens approve and adopt our teachings. Resources Over $1,017,000.00 in 11* Years Come in and discuss with us the purchase of your new home-no obllatlou on your part. Dixie Homestead Association William J. So emnan, Sec.-Treas. Macbeca Blds. 830 Canal St. *PtADA'S @AFE P' " 1. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Succession of Cora Louise Wil Hams, 'wife of Bernard 'Michel, Jr. petition for family meeting to sel property. AU(TIONEERS BOND. Joseph Yatter as principal and U S. Fidelity & Guar. Co., surety tI State Auditor, $10,000 bond. BUILDING PERMITS. W. Gallinghouse owner. R. Hughe builder; repairs to residence 1237 39 Behrman Ave., $2,000. Eli Hymel owner. H. A. O'Keefe builder; alterations Verret, Evelina Opelousas and Olivia. $1,000. REAL ESTATE TRANSI'ElRS. Third District Building Ass'n., ti ,Miss Anna Farrell, lot Pacific. El ntira, Evelina and Market, $800 terms.-Wegener. Mrs. Esther Manent to Eurek; Homestead Society. lot Bermuda Eliza, Seguin and Alix. $4,250 cash --Benedict. CHARTERS CHARTER OF THE LAFOURCHE LAN] COMPANY, INCORPORATED. United States of America, State of Lout: taula, Parish of Orleans. it)y of New Oi lea s. lie it klni\ n , that on this 19th da of the month ot June, ia the year of ou L/rd one thousand nine hundred and ni,:: weni, anril t :"ie Indleprldence of the U:nite States of America the uone hundred and firt) third; efoire me. Arthur A. Moreno, a N\ tary 'ublic, duly cownvuissioned and quall Pied, in and for this City and the Paris of O)rleans, therein residing, and in th preseilce of the hereinaiter named and ul dersigned witnesses, personally canme and ay peared the following persons whose name are hereunto subscribed, together with tit amounts of their respective subscriptions t the capital ,tock of the corporation to b formed, who severally declare that, availinl them:selves of the provisions of the genera laws of the State of Louisiana relative t the organization of corporations, they hav covenanted and agreed, and do by thes presents covenant and agree, and bind an, obligate the:nselves, as well as such othe persons as may hereafter becom:e ansociate, with them or their successors, to form anl, constitute themselves into a corporation ani body politic in law, and for the objects ani purlposes and under the agreements ant stipulations following, to-wit: A 1(i'I'LE 1.-'lhe name and title of thi corlporation shall be the Lafourche Land (Coru painy, incorporated, and by that name sari corpora.tion shall have power and authorit: to have and enjoy succession for the fi,l term of ninety-nine years front the date hereof; to contract, sue and be sued; to bur row nwrley; to llake and issue its nego tiable promlssory notes or other evidence of Ittdebtedness; to create debts; to make and use a corporate seal; to purchase ant receive, lease, hold, sell and convey, as w el as mortgage and hyleuthecate, property, rea; personal and nmixed; to naime and aploin such officers and agents as the Interest o said corporation may require; and to mnak, and establish such by-laws and regulation for t:e proper tlanagemrent and regulattot of its affairs as may be deemed necessar3 and the same to change, alter and anienlt at pleasure. ARTICLE II.--The domicile of this cur poration shall be in the City of New Or leans, State of Louisiana, and all citatiot and other legal process shall be served upor the president of this corporation, or in cast of his absence upon the vice-president, or in case of the absence of both of these of ficers, upon the secretary tereof. ARTICLE Ill.-The objects and purpose: for which this corporation is established, ant the nature of the business to be carried or by it is the purchase and sale of land, its development, the cultivation of land, either owned or leased, the raising of cattle,, hogi and other animals having a marketable value, the sale of timber and other products of the soil and their manufacture into lunr her, cross ties or other marketable products. ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this corporation shall be $40,000.00, divided inti 400 shares of the par value of $100.00 each and may be increased to the sum of $100, 000.00, divided into 1,000 shares of the pat value of $100.00 each, and this corporation it to be a going concern when one-half of the capital stock has been subscribed for. Eact share of the stock shall be entitled to one vote, either in person or by. proxy, at al: general elections or meetings of stockholders Should the capital stock of this corporation ever be increased over the sum of $40,000.00 then such additional shares of stock that may be issued shall first be offered to the holders of stock at the time of issuance at the book value of said new stock in the proportion in which the said stockholderr shall at the time of issuance hold stocL in this corporation. AiRTICLE V.-No stockholder shall eves be held Jiable or responsible for for the in. debtedness, faults or defaults of this cot poration nor shall any mere informality in the organization of the corporation have the effect of rendering the charter null or of exposing the stockholders to any liability beyond the unpaid balance, if any, on his stock subscription. Should any stockholder desire to sell his stock, he shall first offer the same to the stockholders of the cornm pany at its book value through its Board of Directors and the stockholders who desire to purchase shall have he right to purchasre the same in the proportion to their holdings of stock in the company. Should said stock holders in fifteen days after notice having been given, in writing, fail or refuse to purchase the stock offered for sale, such stock may be sold to any one. No transfer of stock shall be made or held to be valid and binding unless made in pursuance of the provisions of this charter. ARTICLE VI.-This corporation shall have all powers granted to such corporations by law and shall have the power to contract, sue and be sued in its corporate name, and to own, hold, receive, loan, lease, purchase, sell and convey or mortgage any and all of its effects, or to hypothecate its propert and to do any and all acts and things of any other kind, nature or description, as nty be necessary to carry out the objects and purposes of said business as its interests and conveniences may require. ARTI'.OL E VII.-The business of this cor poration shall be directed by and veste4 in a board of directors of three members, two of whom shall constitute a quorum" for the transaction of business, and the said direc tors as first constitute shall be Albert Le Bretoir, Adolph DeBreton. and A. V. Allain and they shall hold office until the first Mlonday in May, 190, and on that day and on the same day thereafter elections shall be held annually for directors at the prin cipal office of the corporation. Failure to hold an election on the day specified shall not dissolve the corporation, baut the direc tors in office shall hold their respective offices until an election shall be hel after thirty days notice of the time and place thereof given to each stockholder. The an nual election shall be held on the first Mon day in May, 193, and thereafter on the first Monday of May of each succeeding years and the election shall be held between the hours of ten and twelve a u. All vacan cies om the board of directors for whatever cause shall be filled by the remaining di reetors A. V. Allain shall be the first presi dent, Albert .LeBreton shall be the first vik-president and Adolbh Lereton shall be the first secretary-treasuremr nd they shall held office ntil the first Monday in May, I or auntil their successor ame elected, and each soceeding hoard of directors shalt elect its principl officers for the term of their ekleie and only stockholders shaU he eligible for election as a member of the board of dizaptrs, Directors eay act either in oam - tor sy pony. ti ae, Iees o e* . tathar for _ r_ s aa:nys * e S ea Purchaser to Frederick A. Eckert same property, $3,000, terms.-Bene dict. James Killeen to Frank H. Kil leen, lot Belleville, Eliza, Evelina and Vallette, $1,100, cash.--Ma honey. Yupon Realty Co., to Clement .Joseph Cartron, lot Whitney Ave., Newton, Diana and LeBoeuf, $365 cash.-Iennessey. Same to Adolph Gauthreaux, lot in same District and square as above described property, $365. term,. Hennessey. Same to Louis E. Achee, 2 lots, same District and square as above de(scribed property, $730, terms. Ilennessey. Succession of Eliza J. Thomas to Felix J. I)reyfous. portion De Armias. Lamarque. Vallette and Verret, o$1000 cash.-Sheriff. The Richardson Realty Co., to Eu reka Homestead Society. lot Bouny, Market. Eliza and iPowder. $1000 oissh.-Benedict. , Purchaser to Mrs. Emma Shep .ard, same property, $1000, terms. Benedict. he M TCIX31 T Let itre live in a house by the side of the road. Where the lace of men go by The men who are good and the men who are had. As good and as bad as I. I would not sit In the scorner's seat Nor hurl the crittc's han Let me live in a house by the side of the road And be a friend to Sman. -Sam W. Foss. BREAD PUDDING VARIATIONS. There are those. and they nunber not a few, who look with reproach upon the v hole m some bread pud p ding. For these it is necessary to so disgulse it that they at least discover how tas ty and delicious it Is before they realize that it is nothing but bread pudding with some new flavor or combination. Banana Pudding.-Take one pint of bread crumbs, six mashed bananas one-half cupful of flour, one table spoonful of shortening, two cupfuls of sweet milk, one teaspoonful of haklfig powder, one-half teaspoonful of nut meg and one cupful of sugar. Bake until browned and serve with a hard sauce made of brown sugar and butter creamed together and flavored with the juice of a lemon. Pineapple Pudding.-Roll fine three slices of well-dried bread, or put through the meat chopper; to the crumbs add one cupful of sifted flour, one tablespoonful of melted butter, one-half cupful of sugar, one cupful of sweet milk, one-half cupful of pineap ple juice. two slices of fruit, two tea spoonfuls of baking powder; mix and pour into a buttered bakingodish and bake in a hot oven 20 minutes. Spice Pudding.-Tske two cupfuls of graham flour crumbs, one well-beat en egg, one pint of sour milk, one cup ful of sugar, one cupful each of chopped dates and walnut meats, one teaspoonful of soda, one teaspoonful of cinnamon, one-half teaspoonful of -cloves and two tablespoonfuls of melt ed butter. Bake half an hour In a moderate oven. Serve with whipped cream or white of egg, sweetened and flavored with vanilla. Bread and Chees Pudding.-Spread four small slices of bread with butter; place in a baking dish and pour over a cuptul of milk mixed with a beaten egg, with salt and pepper to taste. Add a half cup of cheese cut in bits end bake until the custard is firm. The Stradlvarlne Secret. Will N. C. Holeomb of Newark, N. ., discover the secret of the violas made in Cresona? His friends be Reve he will. With a persistency that has won him general admiration, Mr. Holeomb has been stndying faithfully for 25 years or more to learn why the 8tradlvarlus and Guarnerlus Instru ments yield their matchless golden tones. Mr. Holeomb is firmly convinced that the old Italian master violin makers obtained their amasing results in large part through the adroit use of gnam c pal as a finish., Not long ago he decided to see what Influence varnish had on the tone of one of his instruments. Upon removing the entire finish he was surprised to find that the voice of the violin had be eose dull. ain lifeied. the affairs and distribute the poceeds if any, among the etockholders of thi corpara. tion to the amou~rt of stock held by each. ALRTICLE IX.- this act of incorp ion may be amended, altered and modified or this corporation disisolved in the manner pro vided by law, Thus done and passed, in by notarial of fice, in the City of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, on the day, month and year first above written, in the ence of AiHe Ben nett and Rtuh . Seller, eempatent witness, who have hereunto sined these Orsnt, to gether with the pasties hertio and - , No tar _, after a r od f e( the whole. t'aeles: * i. Bennett, Zath M. -- Usmu.liAve, new Orlens, La, I ehare; IAdlh St. K. Lseeen, Albert St. K Le Breea. ,Ast., Cot Off, P. O., LaI shae. - ;, the undersignd, ieerder of Nortnaa Malsia As ibhaf eari that e sbove *dSres Aet of Lncoorpraela ot the New, _q 1sgd)~.·~~LI~pl Py. ADMITS HE WAS "JUST LOST" Joke on Veteran Hack Driver Wa. Altogether Too Good a One to Be Kept. For 15 years George I. King has driven the Nashville-Helmsburg bhac line, andl is known as the Abe Martin driver by every person who has via Ited Nashville. lie has met both morning and afternoon trains at Helmsburg almost every day, and has every stone and bad place in the road definitely in his mind. Recently, so friends of Mr. Kino say, he and a hackful of passengers were lost within a half mile of Nash. ville, and he was two hours late when he arrived in town. One of the pas sengers told the story on the drivel after he had found out that Mir. King was not going to tell why lie was late When near town he drove across Owl creek to let one of the passengers out, and instead of turning around he turned the horses only half way, and then drove into a 40-acre cornfield One of the women passengers, hearing the cornstalks popping, asked Mr. King when they would get back or the road. He did not answer, but kept driving around and around in the cornfield. After a few minutes she asked him where they were. He replied, "be d-n 'f I know." The pas sengers, all strangers, became alarmed and, after calling for help, a young farmer appeared and showed the driver how to get out of the cornfleld and on the pike. After the story had become knows Mr. King said that he had two dash lanterns on the hack and was jus1 host.-Indlanapolis News. True Happiness. Edmund Burke said: "Taking the whole view of life it is more safe to live under the jurisdiction of severe and steady reason than under the em pire of indulgent but capricious fash ion." It is not likely that Burke's doctrine is much followed in these days of excitement and pleasure. There is a strong revolt against "se vere and steady reason" whenever one looks about him. Pleasure seems to be the dominant side in all the activities which one encounters. nap piness is not understood and really it is the only good. A man who is pot happy has gone astray; he is not re ligious, nor educated, nor patriotic, nor helpful to society. His body is taking a long journey and leaving his soul behind. A world of materialism does not understand this. There Is much regret behind our sensual joys. Burke understood this better than we do. Lives are better built on the Idea he expresses.-Ohio State Journal " . . ,"- There are many times happiness of the hinges upon the ' ing qualities of the A Detroit Vapor Stove rapid thorough bakiW . for a perfect result of the housewife's most particular birthday or other special occasion. Detroit Vapor Stoves give an intense even heat. They coo as fast as gas and at a cost much lower than with gas, coal or 19 hours to a gallon. There are no wicks or wick substitutes. Durable 8j pound vaporize the oil so that they really burn a gas instead of a burners give a hot blue flame that can be regulated.to any r-_ The kettles go on as soon as the match is struck. Double distribute the heat and use it twice. Etch stove is complete in itself; No pipes or pressure tank, p" placed anywhere for comfort and convenience. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT LouaIlaaa's Largest Furniture Store 3S Comom St., . Opposite +-:+,+,+- io r... . , .. ,:+ . _..ý. ý " . ., .. - ". - ...'_ . r , " .. . L - Foster-On So'clock p. b. : htne in Elmt; % .. born here, ,:h,, funeral to i ,i;." lr on at 4 I Born to Capt. and Mrs. E. Dlavid- n,. -iIt , jonf at3 son of Eliza St., a girl on Fr;,!;. ..t, wes in Elgt July 4. St. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ii. l.tir;i- rtr- n father of 433 Elmira Ave.nue , a . h i; ar3line Ca!tOr .:.' '"'1, which Wic e 'Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed II.r',or: from the n i (formerly Miss Julie Twiekler) ''' II. Bairnaia. Pelican Avenue, a girl on Frlav, . at for July 4. n on. ALLEN Super pfd . "The Heart of I'llat $10.00 per OUR ARTISTIC WORK Costs no more than ordinary Photography LIFE LIKE PICTURES In all sizes and styles Will You Look at Our Samples? 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