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Holmes January White Sale
The Imm LIlm i hiw A N Wurt l CMi i lliv b e usM i M lts M U ft uN HUCK TOWELS AT SALE PRICES From the retailer's standpoint, Huck Towels were never so scarce and hard to get. With the present curtailment of production and high cost of raw material, present market prices are prohibitive; we set our merchandise machinery in motion more than a year ago to obtain towels for this sale. We have the goods that make it pos sible for us to offer worth-while savings to our customers. Cotton Huck Towels; well Imported All-Linen and Union made of heay quality cotton Huck Towels; hemmed and hem huck; plain, hemmed and fancy stitched; each, 40c, 50c, 65c, tSc, tape borders; each, 12/2c , , 1, .00. lk, 21c, 25k, 29k, 3S¢. 35., 1.00. " A dozen, 1.35, 1.69, 2.25, 2.50, A dozen, 4.50, 6.00, 7.50, 9.00 2.75, 3.25, 3.75. 10.00, 12.00. BATH TOWELS Holmes January lte S0ale hakes it unnecessary for Holmes patrons to pay the increased price on Turkish Towels imposed by expensive cotton and high labor costs. These IBath Towels are ,offered at 25 per cent less than present market quotations. Each, 25c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 59c. 85c, 1.00. A dozen, 2.75, 4.00, 4.50, 5.25, 7.00, 10.00, 12.00. SHEETS AND ISLLOW CASES Made of standard high grade sheeting, bleached and finished un der the most modern methods. Every piece is minutely inspected before leaving the factory. This insures maximum wearing qualities. SHEETS Torn size 34x9O, for single Torn size 90x108; heavy weight; beds; each ............. 1.50 extra size: each ..................... 300 Torn size 72x90 inches; for Torn size 90x99 Inches; hem twin beds; each 1.75 stitched; each ............. ...3.00 Torn size 81x90 inches; for Torn size 90x99 inches; extra double b.ds: each . .....1.90 quality; each .... ....... 3.00 Torn size 90x99 inches; heavy Torn size 90x99 inches; extra weight; larger size; eachh 2.75 quality; each .. .... 3.50 PILLOW CASES Torn size 42x31 in.; hemmed: Torn size 42x36 inches: Fruit each, 40c; dozen, 4.50. of the Loom; hemmed; each Torn size 42x36 in.; hemmed; 55c: dozen. 6.50. each, 45c; dozen, 5.00. Torn size 45x36 inches; Fruit Torn size 45x36 in.; hemmed; of the Loom; hemmed: each. each. 55c; dozen, 6.50. 60c; dozen. 7.00. Torn size 42x36 inches: fruit of the Loom; hemstitched; each. 65c: dozen. 7.50. D. H. Holmes Company L/o" ... P". LIMITED BUY YOUR FURNITURE FROM Harry N. Rusakof Convince yourself that you can save by calling. Mere is one Instance, we sell this wonderful COLUMBIA INSTRUMENT for the very cash price on paying plan without any extra charge, $120. You can pay weekly or monthly. RUSAKOF FURNITURE STORE 508-10 Frenchmen St. Phone Hemlock 912 GAVE NAME TO TOLL ROADS To Woapep Carried b Cllectt.r Can k Traced the "Tuwmplk of Moder. Dea. Ubdoabtedly the name turopike, as applat to sem road., ei.m tra the fact that plke or tes were t aroNs the nads by the keeper or tonll ceroets. Is additela to colloctlas toal, t wan a part ot the toll-keeper' blme to keep the read I repatr. Blli wI and other espe for dete this were reelred from the teb el ected feme the people who am tho read to ride ea In arrtage , w o et . The B lok t Weeders pal' 4 d peeeiar t* I- the IBe Band and String Intruments of Evey Dcriptiao lwr" estik. lwsm pses.. sale gests for b amou Kiag Bead Ilsruamets.. pe.lal terms to ase latrs a Vel.as. Muade.ts, Sea4aate, r i, ete. Writ for s thit E patranape frinq 1919, As a iss hI ahm A Sost. tappi AuIs grsptrers New ,ear DON B. MURPHY m- Ms AN RlFAn DRUGGISF. Corie Pelicanm and Pse Aves Td rb-ss Aldas aMi end 9100. AI.C DAY AND NIGHI P. _ s Called For and Delivered sei5~Ln r~~h·rvs ran mar* reau of mustrlal lducatlon, Ianc., Washlangton, D. C., says that In the *arly days the toll-collector was armed vIth a pike, a long-bandled weapon vlth a sharp iroe head, which he used o prevent people who traveled his oad from golnlg by without giving up Sheir toll. Later on a swinging gate vas built across the road, which made t aaecessary to se the pike, though he nsme was retalned, for no see I ouod past while the gate barred the • ay. Whem the passerby had paid his di, the toll-collector epened the gate a let him pass. If be did not pay. , he gate re alned closed and the I 'river had to turn back or decide to a 6 sy. Reae comoes the name tura- i 6 Ike. Ia some parts of the entry hey ctll these highways toll romad l . CIVIL DIBTRICT COURT. Succession of Mary M. Wells, wife of Edward Wells, possession. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Mrs. James Lynch to Mrs. Michael Gallagher, lease, lot, Bermuda, Mor gan, Lavergne and Delaronde, ending February ?8, 1920; $40 month. Anthony Marclante to Peter Mar ciante, interest, etc., in and to lob Vallette, D'Armas, Lamatque and Belleville. $245 cash-Mahoney. Mrs. Emma F. Pace to John E. Crabtree et als., lot, Pace Boulevard, Elizardi Boulevard, Lawrence and Ptolemy, $75 cash-Marx. Mrs. Una J. W. Elizardi to Corinee M. Bosmer. et als., lot. same square as above described property, $75 cash -Marx. ILKY SWI --- Friday-pa Is a very Sad man to day. Ma sed 2 him As a dopester on" e Base Ball Serious you wood make a d good steeple Jack. Pa bet on the I White Socks so after all he dident ir miss it so awetull much as they fin- d ished 2th place in the world Serious. H Jake tuk his water colors & painted I the Babys face up & set he wanted 2 play Indian Scout. But the kid got d I2 balling & Jakes ma cum in. From lt what Jake sed his ma hassent no ci sense of yumor. IC Saturday-ma was reading out of p a agerkulchur paper which sed that prohibishionists lives longer than al other people. Pa sed he diddent be- 3 lieve it but that it just seemed long- p er 2 them. e Sunday-Slim Gateses pa is a wear sl ing a eye which is pritty well blacked all round. Slim sed the way It hap- a pened was thisaway, his pa all ways 2 say Grace at meal times. Nite before ai last nlte he sed Grace while he was a asleep. Slim sed they was a smashed a pitcher in that room the next morn ing in the a. m. -0 le - IsI BIRTHS. to Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Ia y, vtne--a daughter. s Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Emory br" to sythe, of 604 elleville street-twin s- gtrls. 7 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. hright, of t=! Atlantic aveun-a girl. Bora, to Mr. sad Mrs. Area DMgs Comb, Sumar ad Newtoe streets -a girl Wore, to Mr. sad Mrs. Toe Rasey, of 7 Mersa street-r a by. Dorm to aRe. sd Mrs. W. H. Hat. a.. ae 4a3 Oullr street--a 8rL TO Commm.. W OP t a sno " seugtm ow0b" in Ireleus Pessi and OsumWy Is Qme.s1ed wit Them. himse psads swe the weeh at the D tlet eh a, eest e.mniede It. Tle maet beestit supeemems sue ino the rTangtes .eas, where pges s are the meet amaesmq fIery iseps. tet clnas sad Mesthrls edtr Sin g-rlse with m. re. the wels at Peb15 a dean pugedasu ad wegus may be masuted" wa the city. ad with a sead am a halt.dees may be see rsing ees the mersmedig Chines have appreplatd the is. Sas a eueserp evlw e it mbjectme to their rae* a t Suay. At a city In Tnmg, la th Pelts plain, a regi a pa t Ywrm iesd by eartueakas, there Is a premise t pagoda. which at ows te .hand UNS broase bae lsueeped from its es. ales, mu t at which are st Illi plae The peupi have this strys of Its ea. atreetlm: A water owl BMees sdegresms at this plac, sad wham he bdmhaes e Uh It caeMs earthqskee. ee the pames was be It t it sbet dews. However, they "ad met Is. ata hi. heasa ud thu he in atm abb to wink ha ees which cames Iom. iMsng of me aeut. Whue Me ye lIs have bes aCeurseirn lsasd a seeed pga wi1 e Milt. a ,ssi r euse n, halI t sam s a er n e se em at oa ruses spem, see ,, smu. sern, mns. onale .. Ihay always have u aidl * mbuo~r astleds., rnaegig Emeny kern seve o msim, sad asemames mwith eloeven, or m rttm.L Rumgt - g.t. "Mr. enbels epseat themnie ao Ihe attend ai ems of me met em -s sch nsl in mnsd sa d mD. et i aeYk three or hr leag^usge" "Dot let mta W e hew haselugy sh arals 'he -mek t me ham eMirr E. P. Brady to Mrs. Pleta Magruder, two lots., Hermosa, Bringler, Law rence, and other property, $300 cash -Marx. Mrs. Margaret H. Teuteberg et als. to Eureka Homestead Society, lot. Pelican avenue, Belleville, Alix and Elmira, $2,700 cash. Purchaser to Frank L. Jagot, same property. $2.000, terms-Benedict. Harry W. Hauffe to Eureka Home stead Society, lot, Atlantic, Pacific, Thayer and Pelican, $1,800 cash. Purchaser to Chas. P. Cieutat, same property, $1,500, terms-Bene dict. BUILDING PERMITS. C. J. Daste, owner and builder, two-story residence, 900 Verret, $1,800. Monday-they was a new boy mov ed nex door last week & ma ast me did he invite me Over 2 his house. I sed Yes he did. But the way he invited me was thisaway. he sed I dare you to come over in 2 this Yard. He is a ruff neck & a low brow. So I dont expeck 2 go. Tuesday-I felt sorry for Jake to day. He was ketched by the teecher in some devilment & she told him 21c cum up front. He was so skared he looked like a operation going sum place 2 get preformed. Wednesday-ma was a telling pa about Missus Shanners baby which is 3 mo. old and had swallered a 10 ct. peace. Pa ast her Was it the young eat Child. Ma sed it was so far as she knowed. Thursday-a man fainted over 2 the saw mill today. The foreman yelled 2 the crowd Git back and give him air & git sum wiskey. The poor t man cum 2 all at once & sed Never mind the air. Yurs truly Gilky Swipes. Got His ReIelpt. Humorous Incidents toin connectole with the war are not yet exhausted. and Ian Hay gives this one in his latest book. "The Last Million," In connection with the capture of a vil lage from the Germans. A detach ment of infantry arrived at the village only to find that a tank had beaten them by four minutes in the race to the market square. The usual young oeficer was in charge, and when the major came along he handed the vii loge over to his superior ofilcer, and then shyly asked for snethlng to show, "Just to show, dir. that we were here first." The major thought hb esild Ix that. and solemnly wrote out a receipt: "Received from the oicer eemuaanding Brltib tank Blang Db ee filea. ina poor eemditle." Report of the Coaditae of Hibernia Bank & Trust Company As o December i. 1918 Leas and Discounts _._.__ MlSm=IAU U. . Gornment Securities, Other Seeds and Stc te ,t1. Hibernia Bank Building and Other Real lse.*...- S--.-11. T Cutomer' Liability en Aeptsnarme s 4-, "$7, Customers' Liability on Acceptances to Create Dollar Exchange, _. -_.. - - .,M1 Customers' Liability on Letters of Credlt----- S_ S1JS Cash on Hand and With Banks--- - -- m . a CI apital s, N to Surplus- .--- ....0 - 3 00 . Undivided Profits, including reserves for interest, taxes, e peas .... .-... 31,30.3 Unearned Discount IUT. Bils Payable, secured by U. S. Government Securities - , 0,O0.0 Liabilty on Acceptances Liability on Acceptances Executed to Create DoDlar Exchange 3 1m Liability on Letters of Credit- 5s74,38.3s Deposits ...- ....... ---- - ---- -- -D --- -- , Difrctors C. E. Aligeyer 3R. Heet J. 8. Ots Gus. B. Baldwin Charles P. Herb 3. Oerboek A. Brittta Alvin P. Howard W. L. Powell 3. J. Cao Paul P. Jahimeke WU.I Reebson S Peter . Danp Kat W. P. ibmpso C. P. 3ills 11 L.Ley B. G. Schlleder P. W. Ullsworth Braest M. Iaeb Hugsk . Vlnaest John T. Glbboas, Jr. C. 8. MHthews Prederie Wilbert Geo. J. Olover Bernard iMeCleaker 3. Wi Wilmot H. o. Gould Hugh ]KeClowaee 8. *urryy Adery W mw ateet Beha berdisad Kats, Chalrman J. . HManse D. B. Martines Offioe Hush MeCloeter, Chaimanm of the Bear RI. S. leeie; Prat Adolph Kats ..........Vfeshm, Vie-Pres. Cha. . Stesve ............... Asst. Cashier R. W. Wlmot . . Vee-Predet R 0. . Ptagerald .............. .Asst. Casher C. P. Bills ................... VlPreeldet Ld P. B t .................. Asst. Caier A. P. Howard ................ V sePreeMet P. . . Wilklas ...............Bod Offleer P.W. lsworth ............ . VePredest Joe. . arrell ....... . Ast. a Offces Chas. . Herb ..............-.. VePrse Los V. Dru ........... . et Officer C... Palire .. C. M.ll... .............ee at . True. Oftflet Pauller ................v r s Br brd....... Ir. Peorn T'rae Dept. Pul Vinm ................. Vee-PW . O. WiW .. .. ...Mgr. Cledi Dept. FP. . R'we .................. Vialesat . I. J . ..... . . ....r. gSavge Dept. 3. N. Bus ............ ...... VlePsrMest L. . Thoome ....... ..Sate Depeeit Otfflcer Jas. H. Keeper ....................Casir. p. arr .................Auditor W. B. Meahado ................At. C ier .. P. Lerte ........Mgr. Industrial Branch L . Druham ................Asst. Cashier W. C. Witea ........sr. Jetaersea Branch Wan P. Tutt ................... At. CauMer, C. A. ears ........... Mr. Algiers Brach Depeits D rember , it .___ -,g -,381.13 Depeits December3t1. .11 0 lMI,0.T Immmes amne laarmesh _ TSTALA CHARTERB. CHARTER OF THE NEW . ORL gANS 1 MARBLE COMPANY, INC. United States of America. State of Louis Iana, Parish of Orleans. Be it known, that on this 24th day of December, in the year 1919, before me. Isaac 8. lieller, notary public, duly commissioned and qualified in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana., and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and under signed, personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are 'here unto subscribed, who availing themselves of the laws of Louisiana have covenated and agreed and do by these presents N covenant and agree and bind themselves t as well as those who may become as- t sociated with them to form a corpora- t tlon for the objects and purposes and un- v der the stipulations and articles follow- I ing to-wit: ARTICLE I.-The name of this corpo ration shall be New Orleans Marble Com pany, Inc. ARTICLE I1.-The purposes and ob jects of this corporation shall be: To carry on the business of manufacturing, erecting, buying, selling and dealing in. , marble, granite, stone, slate and acces sories, either as principal or agent, at wholesale and retail, and of doing all other things incident to. connected with I. or growing out of the said business. ARTICLE Ill.--The capital stock of this I .orporation shall be It.n tholsand dol bre ($10,t01.00) represented by one hun dred (100) sl.ares at one hundred dollars I (5100.00) per share- tl .tl.he capital stock 'I may be increased to twen'y thousand dol- I lara (920,000.t;:) ARTI('IE IV.-The donmilile of this cor poration shall be in the ('lty of New Or leans, Parish of Orleans, State of Louis lana, and its principal office where all citations or other legal process t may be served as required by law, will be in the City of New Or leans. It shall enjoy sueeeaslo, for a period of ninety-nine years. lse or not a corporate seal; dame and appoint sich managers. agents. directors, nnd other of fliers and establish such by-laws. rules and rgulations4 for the, prope r malna,;e ment of its affairs as it may de-.m proper aud nmcessary. ARltTl('E V.--The officters of this cor por:rtion shall he a President. Vi.'ePresi dent, and e s-retary-Treasurer. All th., 3.orpor::te powers shall be vested in the itoard of Dlirectors. which slhall consist of four persons, e:ch of whom shall own f iat least one share of full paid and un Ih.ldedgd stock shown by written detlara- t ntaon to that effect. The officra and Ioard t of lairectore shall be elected annually on. t)the first Wednesday of January of each r year. except the first officers and Board a which shall hold their offices until the first Wednesday of January. 1921. All a elections shall be h. ballot at the omfie. at the domnllile of the corporation, notice to the stock.holders to be given fifteen days efore the stockholders' meeting for, that purpose. At all elections each stock holder shall be entitled to one vote in pers or by proxy for each share of stock standing in his name in the corpora I tion books and a majority of the votes will elect. SRTI('LE VI.--The following shall con stitute tle officers of the corporation un til the election on the first Wednesday of January, 1021: ,Arthur Regottaz. Jr.. Presit dlent; Arthur V. Belot, fice-President: Robert Dacros. Necretary-Treasurer, and they together with t;eorge L. iucros shall I I constitute the first Board of Directors usn- a til their successors shall have been elected r and quallded. t ARTICLE VII.-Whenever this corpora- J tion may be dissolved either by limita- c tlon or from any cause. its affairs shall be r !lquidated by one or more liquidators, elected from among the stockholders at a c general meeting convened for that pur- f pose, of which meeting notice will be given in the manner provided for stockholders' meetings by Article V of this charter. Said liquidators shall remain in ofice un til the affairs of this corporation shall have been finally liquidated. ARTICLE VIII.--This act of iacorpora , tion may be modified, changed or Iltered, and the corporation dissolved whenever advisable by the Board of Directors by I calling a meeting for that purpose. fol lowing the formalities prescribed by law and proceeding to dissolve the corporation. ARTICLE IX.-No stockholder shall I ever be liable for the contracta or faults of the corporation, except as provided by I law, to any further aum than the an ) paid balance on stock subscribed by hin, nor shall any informality in organalatioa render this charter mall. S Thus done and passed in my oglce i - the City of New Orlesas, on the 24th day of December, 1919, in the presence of com petent witnesses, who have hereaate alga- I p ed these presents with the sNid appearers and me. Notary, after reading the whole. D A. REOOTTAZ. JR., p 1856 N. *hite St.. New Orleens, La., 2$ F 4015 Dmale 8t., New OrIenas, La., 1I S RO3T. DU(CROS CHARTERS. 1418 Esplanade Ave., New Orlenns, La.. 20 (1EO. L. DUCROS, 1619 Hospital St., New Orleans, La., 10 Shares. Witnesses: RENE A. VIOSCA, C'HAS. J. T RCK. S(eal) ISAAC S. IIELLER, Notary Public. I I. the undersigned, Recorder of Mort gages. in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Act of Incorpora tion, of the New Orleans Marble Co., Inc., Swa this day duly recorded in my oSco. In Book 1,238. folio 176, New Orleans, La., Iiecember 29, 1919. (Signed) EMILE J. LEONARD, D. R. J.an. 8-Feb. 12. AItTI('LES OF INCORPORATION OF J. I. WARNER A CO, INC.. I United States of America, State of Louis laina, 'ity of New Orleans, Parish of Or leans. Be it known, that on this 30th a da) of the month of December, in the yeas one thousand, nine hundred and nineteen; before, me, Martin 11. .lanlou. a notary public duly sworn, commissioned and .qualitb.d, in and for the Parish of Or Sleaus, State of Ioulsiana, and in the pres en'e of the hereinafter named and under signed. personally came :and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto sub scribed, who declared that, availing them elvees of the provislons of the general laws of this State relative to the organisan lion of corporations, they have convenanted aud agreed, and do, by these present-. covenant and agree. bind, form anid coo stitute themselves, as well as such per sons as nmay hereafter Join or become as sociat,d with them, into a corporation and body politic in law, for the objects and I'urposes and !ander the agreements and r stlulatisiols following, to-wit: ARTI'LE 1.--The na:me and title of this ourporation shall be J. E. Warner & CO In-i., anld under that unllte it shall have andi enjoy all the rights nod privileges P grantted isy law to corporatiolts; it shall t exist or a period ut nlUet )-ilne years a from this d) ; it shall hate power to - contrast, sue and be sued in its corporate - nalme; to make and use a corporate seal; I to hold, recevs-, purchase, convey, most 3 gage, hypoth,,-ate or phldge property both Sreal and personal; to issue bonds, notes I and other obligatious; to hate and enmplOy e such ilanagers, directors, officers, agents I and other employees as the interest aad conuvenellnce ot said corporation may re 5' quire, and to make and establish Such by t la.s, rules and regulations for the proper r, management and control of the affairs of said corpoation as may be necessary aad expedient. f Alt'ICI.E Il.--The domicile of said cer poration shall be in the City of New Or leause, State of Louisiana, and all cita tions and other legal process shall be served on the President and in his ab sence on the Vice-President, and in the :bs.nce of both, upon the Secretary-Tress ur.et of said company. 1 ARTI'IE III.-The object and purposes I for which this corporation is organised, and the nature of the business to be car i ried on by it, are hereby declared to be to act as agents for fire, life and other insurance companies, and to do a gs - eral insurance business either as agents or e as solkitors for other companies. * ARTICLE IV.-The capital stocK of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of nftees thousand dollars ($15,000.W0) fd vided into 150 shares of the par value of one hundred dollars per share, which shall be paid for in cash vthen subscribed or, or for the purchase of property, as the Hoard of Directors may direct. Which mhid capital stock may be increased to a sum of one hundred thousand dollbra ($1=a10.000.00) by a vote of two-thirds of r the stock present or represented at a meeting called specially for that purpose in the manner pointed out by law; dudag the period between the call for the me.' Ing, and the meeting, the persons h.e nlag stock at the time shall have the right to take shares of the additional or In Scrased stock proportionate to the san ber of shares owned by them respectively, and any share not taken at the expiration oe said period may be disposed of by the SBoard of Directors for the benefit of .the corporatio, at ,et less than their ba value. All sharee of staek shall be ull paid and noa-assessable. No trasfer of stock shall be biandin oe the compaey, unless recorded peon its books sad nos hi prsrmace of Its charter and by-laws. s None of the stoekholders shall have the right to se trasnter any of the shares held by any or them without trst hating g offered same t the Baed of Direbrs, whleh shall have the right to purc.as them within sixty days thereafter at their CHARTERS. value, to be determinel bv hra of the arbitrators ti !' ),, tra by the Board of (lire, *.or, ol. . i by the holdbo «t the shares to I, -..,,,1 l emi. t o be by those two iar.itr.l,tr II ilr chase0d by the inl:ni , a r b. . by it at not i..., th: a i b,.e Par The.re shall b," .rttlj o*r 'rii o vl each certificate o! .t' k Thse ao are issued and shal:,l i. h sut e rnh laee tho, charter and by-li1 sof the Orpolb ARTICLE V.-The ul- .! ,? a a/ah. of this corporation ih:a." an-d conducted by a loard t .an.ge. l three directors; Robert "' ,iurtt p th dent: II. [I. lichard~ :a Vict,- P " , and Mrs. Marie t'. i~arner -le , Trtasurer, shall connlitlr, ha hi, b ,rat of Directors. who shall hold obrcl the firbt Monday in Jauut'r3, 1121. rt: their succesnor, have tb*en 'lec - qualified, On thbe rst \M.nd.ay ia Ja n ary, of 1921 and annually thereastp election for director, st ll I. hel a a office of the company. after i* n dlay aste in writing shall lha., t. I.,- iven • stockholder it hi. lar ' kno addr the time and plat te oi jl.u1idj s ad atiug election. The votinig for tir"tord -a hA by ballot, land each t,. Lhldt.r uhafi e entitled to cast one \ote. for eal- he owned by him ,lhich has been easaelre his name at least ten day ,r g i day of election. In ca.. "lany doiprt other should re:ign or dit. before rthe of his termn of ufi, tri. (i avi.toy ras tilled by the remainhig dir,". tor a by el.etion of a qualitied stockholder 1b ll...., who shall sers. unltil his sue r ha, ben elected at the l l,.t annual st. Ing The Directors at their tinrat l mee shall t'lect a President. tO i V ice.-PY antt a Secretary 'Trasure r. ail ofe nmust be chosen fretn thtir own a A\ICTICI.E VI.-The majority a as I oard of Itirector shatll constittl s qu".run for the transactioni of all ,b's talof l s con the. pnowy.r aiIto.lru of i atrl a, clerk,, and timpl s.. t in' ft x t hefhir . arhis and col .n'.atloi rhety shfall L the poiltoer to llak, mCiitiitj alter otr iotil all the' prop i.i I,-Itwo, ruke - gnulationrl fmr tarinm ini tiio thart erIs eioe, I. and for tlhe dIa.iI.leiii,.at of tht I'hsin.sts\of tai." corpora nioln Ay of a saiid Itire' tors shall havire :ie right to ds. gat. to ally tither I tire"tor. ia s riting, say of II.' rights and io\strs t'njoyed by hL as such iliretor. All h.s. aot. l obligationlb of thle ~'irloration shall he igntled byo at leiqat t\o of thii otllcrs r atn oltiter and elnplo3,.e allpouinted by the Board. ARTICLE VIll.-Tli it of incorpee. lion may be changed, modllied oralo or this corporation may be dlssoledt wlt the assent of two'thirdn. of the share hles ers, of all the stock of the corporatiol at a general meeting convened for that par pose, and alter ten days. written aese of thi meeting has been given throtg, mall addresaed to each share holder at his ha known place of residence. In case b of de solution by the expiration of this charte or otherwise, the stockholders shall Net three lrquidatOra to osrve without ean. pensation, and to whol one year shal be granted for the liquidation of the ange era, the msrv nors or the remalnt Mg nliasioners, shall appoint a auceess ho him R ARTICLE VIII.--No stocholder al ever be held liable or reaponebla tor s e contracts, faulta ar debts, of said corn. lion. nor shall any mere informality Ia ta orgauistton have the effect of rendedag this charter null, or of exposlag a rte.s holder to any liability beyond the Oageh balance on the shares owned by his. Thus done and pased in my oeee: the day, month and year first above watR. ten, in the preswnee of 11. 4. Stesin Gladys Jene. competent witneases, whb have signed with the appearers and uI the.totary. after reading of the whole. (Originad Signed) Witnesses: X. G. Stein, (;iadys Jene. MARTIN H. MANION. Notary Piable. I. the undersigned Recorder of MI - gages, In and for the Parish of Orleasu State of Louisalna, do hereby certiy that i the above and foregoing Act of laerper. atlon of the J. iE. Warner & Co., Ie, wras thla day duly recorded in my offler hM Book 138, follo - New Orlessu. Jan. -, 1820. (Rigned) EMILE J. L IONARD, Deputy Reeedr. A true copy of the original. MARTIN H. MANION Notary PuIk. Jan. 8-Feb. 12.