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ESTATE OF P 5RNST CHACHERE. SR.,
No. -- Probate Docket. 16th .Judicial Dis
trict Court. Parish of al. J.andry. La.
Ryvirtp~r'f an ori' o: f the lion. B. 1I.
eavy, Jud e,- +1 the 'irlii Ju lvlial ,tstrict
G,:tt of Louisiana, in and for the P'arish ot
St. !andrv. of date Aug. 2,. 1912, and pur
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sas, this parish, on ,
Saturday, Oct. 5, 1912,
at 11 o'clock a. in., the following described
one certain lot of ground with all the
buildings and lmprovements thereon sit
uated in the City of Opeloosas, Parish of
St. Landry, ,tate of iouidslana. and de
scribed as follows, t4..wit: bounded on the
north by the property of Jauelen I:ichard,
on the south by Laurent Street, on the east
by the Corporation line and on the west by
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3 CAPITAL STOCK- $30,000.
0 David Roos, President.
Samuel Haas, Vice-President.
0 Leon S. Haas, 2nd Vice-President.
u Lawrence Larcade, Cashier.
N. M. Childs, Ass't Caehier.
4BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. K. Haas 4
Leon S. Haas 0
Lawrence Larcade 0
For Rent or Sale
FOR R[N Fifty arpents of land with the residence, large barn,
louthouses, cabins, etc., one mile and a half from
Opelousas, on road leading from said city to Bellevue. The land is
all under cultivation with several acres in cane. A long lease if re
quired and on easy terms.
EnAuT "o TWO STORE BUILDINGS at the cor
IOR UR TNLII R US LL"ner of Landry and Liberty streets, with
One neat, large residence, with a cabin and seven arpents of land
within the corporate limits of the city of Opelousas.
SR SL A FOUR ROOM BUILDING. One VACANT LOT.
FOR SAELLONE LOT AND BUILDING.
The three last mentioned properties are near the O'Gee and
Frisco railroads, in the city of Opelousas.
Easy and Long Terms of Payment.
For terms and conditions, apply to
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Or to ISAAC LITTON, at the Lacombe Insurance Office, south
For Cut Glass, Silverware,
Watches, Clocks, Jeweiery
Hand Painted China.
C. A. Young
(Successor to H. W. Perry & Co.)
Now Located Opposite Court House
Repairing A Specialty
John W. Clark, Manager.
e*t aQ iear
ish of St. Landry, State of Louisiana,
beginning with and' in
cluding the year 1912, and for all sub
sequent years to and including the year
1921, for the purpose of paying the int
erest and principal of the bonds herein
authorized to be issued, and the pro
ceeds of said tax so to be solicited shall
be sacredly devoted and applied to
the payment of said interest and prin
cipal as same shall become due.
Section 6. Be it further resolved, etc.,
That as said special taxes are collected
and received by this Board they shall
be applied first to the payment of any
interest or principal of said bonds then
maturing and any balance shall be set
aside separate and apart from all pther
funds of the Board and shall be known
as the General Sinking Fund, which
fund shall be invested from time to
time in such bonds or other securities'
as may be authorized by law, but no in
vestment shall be made except when
duly approved by resolution of this
On Januaiv 1st, 1913, andon the same
date of each year thereafter, there
shall be set aside from the General
Sinking Fund for the payment of the
principal of said Bonds an amount
sufficient to pay one tenth of the prin
cipal of said Bonds then outstanding,
which said funds when so set aside
shall be known as the Specific Sinking
Fund and shall be applied sacredly and
exclusively to the payment of the prin
cipal of said bonds as they mature.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Landry.
Personally came and appeared before
me, the undersigned authority, C. J.
Thompson, who, being first by me duly
sworn, depoes and says, that
he was on the 5th day of Aug., 1912, and
is now Secretary of the Parish Board. of
School Directors of the Parish of St.
Landry, La., and that the above and
foregoing is a true and correct copy of
the minutes of the meeting of the said
Board held on the 6th day of Aughst,
C. J. THOMPSON.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me, on this 6th day of August, 1912.:
M INUTESOF SPECIAL MEETING.
Opelousas, La., Aug. 5th 1912.
The Parish Board of School Directors
of the Parish of St. -Landry, La., con
vened in special sqssion.
Ptesent: Hon. O. P. Daly, President:
and Messrs. J. F. Vidrine, W. J. Bond
read, Dr. A. C. Durio, R. L. Hawkins, J.
W. Lyman and.a quorum.
Mr.e.F. Vidrine offered the follow
ing resolution and moved its adoption:
Providing for tho issuance and sale of
School Bonds-'f School District No. 2,
1st Police Jury Ward of the Parish
Sff St. Landry, La.~ to the amount of
Two Thousand ($2000.(xO) Dollars, and
levying a special tax of three (3) mills
per annum on all the property subjectk
to State takation within the limits of.
said School District No. 2, 1st Police
Jury Ward, for a period of ten (10)
years, beginning with and including
the year 1912, for the purpose of paying
the principal and interest of said bonds
as same shall mature.
Whereas, at .a special election duly
and regularly held in School District
No. 2. 1st Police Jury, Ward, of the Par
ish of St. Landry, La., on the 1st day of
July, 1912, in conformity to a resolution
of this Board ordering said election,
there was submitted to the vote of the
property tax payers entitled to vote in
said School District No. 2, 1st P o i c e
Jury Ward, a proposition to levy a
three mill special tax on all of the prop
erty subject to State taxation in said
Sohool District No. 2, 1st Police Jury
Ward of the Parish of St. Landry, La.,
for the period of ten years, for the pur
pose of: (a) Giving additional aid to
public schools. (b) Purchasing, or con
structing, public school buildings, titles
to which shall vest in the pub i ic;
or, constructing public school build
ings and purchasing sites therefor, ti
ties to which shall vest in the public.
Whereas, the levying of said special
tax for said purpose was duly author
ized by a vote of the majority In both
number and amount of votes cast- at
said election; and,
WherLas, at said special election,
there was also submitted to the vote of
the property tax payers entitled to vote
in said School District No. 2, 1st Police
Jury Ward of the Parish of St. Landry,
La., a proposition To incur debt and
iscue bonds to the amount of T wo
thousand dollars ($2000.00) to run not
longer than ten years from date and to
bear interest not exceeding five per
cent per annum payable annually, for
the;purpose of purchasing'(or construct
ing) public school builuings. titles to
which shall.vest in the publici; or, con
structing public school buildings and
purchasing sites therefot,r, titles to
which shall vest in the publh"; and,
Whereas, the incurring of said debt
and the issuance of said bonds for said
purpose was duly authorized by the
vote of a majority in both number and
amount of votes c.st at said election;
Whereas, said debt has not been in
currid or said bonds issued:
Section 1. le it mesolved by the Par
ish Board oi School l)irectuorts of t h e
Parish of St. Landry, La., That the
President and Treasurer of this Board
be and they are hereby authorized and
directed to have preuared and to exe
cate in. the namotf th-, Pamish Board of
Directors of the Parish of ,-l. Lanilry,
La., for and on behalf of S.hool District
No. 2, st Polict Jury Ward of sald Par
ish of St. Landry, I., ten i(10)) nego
tiable bonds, numbered front 1 to 10,
both numbers inclusive, and in denoomi
nations uf Two Hunlldred ($2o0.00) 1),il
lars each, bearing date of September
15th, 1912, and nmatnring and beig dtue
and payable on Sept. 15th, 1913, 1914,
1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, I9'0, 1921 and
1922, respectively, or one to tenl ( to 10)
years aftertheir date, bearing interest
at the rate oo fiveper cint per annum.
payable annually on the l1th day of
Septelnber of each and every year un
til the payment of the principal sum
thereof, both principal and interest- of
said bonds 1o tie payable at the office of
the l'ireasurer uf the Parish Board of
-t.irll Directors of the Parish of St.
La.ory, La., in the C'ity of opelou.-ts.
La., and said bondsshall'be known as,
'School District No. 2, 1st Police Jury
The interest of sa:d bonds shall be
evidenced by proper coupon at:lachl; d
to each bonid, and both principal sahl
interest of said bonds shall be due and
payable in gold coi~i of the U II i t t. d
States of the then present standard of
weight and fineness. Said botnds lsha
be srpued by thebre.ident of this Iloardt
ansiattested by the .Secretary of inhi
Board, but said interest coupons miay
be executed by facsimile signatures of
said President and Secretary.
Section 2. Be it further resolved, etc.,
Ta.t till of said bonde and iall of said i
itterest coupons attached thereto shall
te itn s.u.tauntialiy the following forms.
UNIT'ED STATES OF A1M E1HICA,
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
PARISH OF ST. LANDRIY,
No. 1. $200 00
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2, I1T Pu
ICE JURY WARD BONDS
FARIR BO)ARD OF SCHOOL LDI
RECiORS OF THE PARISH OF
ST. LANDRY, I.OUISIANA.
Know all men by these, prl-*sn Is,
That i.h,,ol liatrict No. 2, 1st i'olice
Jury Ward of tile Parish of t. lasitdryv,
sttaie of Louisiaua, ackunowledgues itsel
.~r -'>' A"
to be indebted and for value received
hereby promises to pay to beare r the
sum of Two Hundred Dollars on the
15th day of September, 1913, together
with interest thereon from date herof
until paid, at the rate of five per
centum per annum, payable annually
on the 15th day of September of each
and every year until final payment
hereof, upon the presentation and sur
render of this bond and the interest
coupons attaehed, as they severally be
Both principal and interest of this
bond are due and payable at the office
of the Treasurer of this Parish Board of
School Directors or the Parish of St.
Landry, State of Louisiana, in gold coin
of the United States at the present
standard of weight and fineness.
This bond is one of a series of bonds
of like date, tenor and amount issued
for the purpose of providing funds to
purchase, or construct public school
buildings, titles to which shall vest in
the public; or, constructing p u b 11 c
school buildings and purchasing sites
therefor, titles to which shall vest in
the public, in School District No.2, 1st
Police Jury Ward of the Parish of St.
Landry, State of Louisiana, and in full
conformity to Article 281 of the Consti
tution of Louisiana and the Statutes
carrying same into effect, and is au
thorized and approved by the vote of
the majority in both number and
amount of the property tax payers qual
ified to vote thereon, voting at a special
election duly and regularly called and
held in and for said School District No.
2 1st Police Jury Ward, as provided by
the Constitution and Statutes of Louis
Itis hereby certified and recited that
all acts, conditions and things required
by the Constitution and Statutes of the
State of Louisiana, precedent to a n d
necessary in issuing this bond, have
been regularly done and performed;
that the total indebtedness of said Par
irh Board of School Directors for and
on behalf of ssid School District No. 2,
lst P'olice Jury Ward, does not exceed
any constitutionalor statutory limnita
tion; and that full and ample provision
has been made for the collection of a
direct property tax of three mills on
the dollar, ,annually, on all property
subject to State taxation within the
limits of said School District No. 2, 1st
Police Jury Ward, which said special
tax is also authorized and approved by
the vote of the majority in both num
ber and amount of the property tax
payers, qualified to vote thereon, vot
ing ata specifl election duly and reg
ularly called and held in and for said
School District No. 2, 1st Police Jury
Ward, as provided by the Constitution
and Statutes of Louisiana, and has been
specifically and irrevocably authorized
and dedicated to the payment of sai,
bonds in principal and interest as same
In testimony whereof, the said Par
ish Board of School Directors of the
Parish of St. Landry, State of Louis
ana,has caused this bond to be signed
by its President and attested by its
Secretary, and the interest coupons
hereto annexed to be executed by fac
simile signatures of its President and
secretary, this,15th day Septembe, 1tlz2.
U. P. DALY, Pre-id mit.
Attest: O. J. THOMPSON, .Supt. and
No. 1. $10.00
On September 15th, 1912. School Dis
trict No. 2, 1set Police Jury Ward of
the Parish ,ofSt. Landry, State of Louis
iana, will pay to bearer $10.00 at the
office of the Treasurer of said Board at
Opelousas La., being one year's inter
est on its SCHtOOL DISTRICT No. 2,
1st POLICE JURY WARD BOND No.
1, dated September 15th, 1912.
O. P. DALY, President.
C. J. THOMPSON, Supt. and ex-Officlo
Section 3. Be it further resolved, etc.,
That the proceeds. of the sale of the
bonds herein authorized and directed
to be issued shall be devoted exclusive
ly to purchasing, or constructing pub
lic school buildings, till es to which
shall vest in the public; or construct
ing public school buildings and pur
chasing sites therefor. titles to which
shall vest in the public . -
Section 4. Be it rurtherresolved, etc.,
That the President of this Board is
h e r e by authorized and directed to
cause such public advertsement of the'
proposed sale of said bonds to be made
as he may deem advisable, and he may,
in his discretion, receive private or
public bids for the purchase of said
bonds; but the sale thereof shall be
made only after approval thereof by
resolution of this Board. No bids for
less than par and accrued interest on
said bonds shall be considered.
Section 5. Be it further resolved, etc.,
That in accord with the authority vest
ed in this Board by the vote of the ma.
jority, of the property taxpayers, quail
fled to vote thereon, at a special elecitoon
duly and regularly held, a special tax
of three mills on the dollar of the as
sessed valuation is hereby levied on all
the property nbject to state taxation
in said School District No.2, let Police
Jtry Ward, of the Parish of St.Landry,
State of Louisiana, beginning with and
including the year 1912 and for all sub
sequept years to and including the
year 1921, for the purpose of payinw
the interest and principal of the bonds
herein authorized to be issued, and the
proceeds of said tax so to be solicited
shall besacredly devoted and applied
to the payment of said interest and
principal as same shall become due.
Section 6. Be it further resolved, etc.
That as said special taxes are collected
and received by _this Board they shall
be applied first to the payment of any
interest or principal of said bonds thten
maturing and any balance .-hall be set
aside separate and apart from all other
funds of the Board and shall be known
as the General Sinking Fund, which
fund shall be investea from time to,
time in such:bonds or other securiles
as may be authorized by law, b.ult no
investment shall be made except when
duly approved by resolution of this
On January 1st, 1913, and on the same
date of each year thereafter, there shall
be set aside from the Generrtl Sinklne
Fund for the payment ,f the princilpal
of said Honds an amount suiciout to
pay one-tenth of the principal of said
Honds then outstanding, which said
funds when so set auidl shall be known
as the Specifie Sinking Fumt and shal'
he appled sacredly and exclu-ivtr-ly t-,
the payment of the principal of sail
bonds as they mature.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of 4t. lauddry.
Personally cani-me a:l a ppeared before
me, tihe undlersignedi authority, C. J,
Thompson, who, ,eiog tir.t by me diLly
sworn, depoes aoo sa s that he
was on the 5t dlay of Agullst, 1912, and
is now Socretary if to,- Patrish Board
of school Directors , the Parish of St.
Laudry, La., anl that the abhove and
foregoing is trui-e :. it- ',rrect copy ),f
theminuts o I .h, meeting ,of
said Board hell on thc- 5th day of
Sworfn to and sum;scribed ,ef c Il-:, on
this tith day of August, 1912.
I.UDOVLC FON';'ENO T.
Notary iu blic.
On motion this 1,oard adjotirue.i sub
ject to call.
0, P DA LY. 0r-orident.
C', .1 T '1 1 'ON. secrctary.
Notice for Bis.
Sen!aed bids will be received by Mr. C. J.
Thlompson, Parish Superl:,aelllent of Pub
Ilc Schools, ,until i o'rlock Monday the 9th
of Septembler. 1912, for the erectioln and
completlo,, oif a two stry Brick school
itutill g to I,- uh'tl ut 'oIIt ii rre, La., ac
cordnll to Plans and Sbetilncatlons made
for same by T. Geo. C:lmachere, Archltect,
Opelouas, I.a., from whom copies of the
llar.s may ie had.
Kaclh bldmust btie accomnpanel.l by a cer
titled check for 5 per ient or the amount
bid, as a guarantee that the blder will
sign the contract and execute the bond as
required by law, if awarded thecontract.
Thle right is reserved to reject an) or all
'Opeloutas, La., Aug. 7th, 1912.
The State of Louisiana,
Parish of St Landry. ,
Be it known, that on this, the
day of August, A. D., 1912, before
Wmn Alex Rtobertson, a Notary Pb
in and for the above 'parish and 8
duly commissioned and[qualified, t
sonally came and appeared Lorenzo
Mornhinveg, Bernard Bennett,
Riseman, Dr. John A. Haas, D. C.
Jr., E. H. Reeder, Alex. R. Chisol I '
W. Pate, William J. Saudoz, G. H.
tin, F. L. ~andoz, and Adolphe Ja
residents of the above parish and
who declared unto me, Notary, in
presence of the hereinafter named
undersigned competent witnesses, t
they do by these presents hereby
ciate themselves, as well as all ot4
persons who may hereafter becometi
,,ociated with them, for the purpose
the State of Louisiana, and particularl
under Act 78 of 1904, of the General A
sembly of said State, under the folli
ing articles of incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall i
Opelonsas Plumbing Company.
The purpose for which this corDo
tion is formed is to conduct a gene
plumbing, heating, electrical and g
eral merchandise business, and in oo
nection therewith to buy, sell,
gage or hypothecate all kinds a
classes of movable property and r
estate, and erect all classes of bttd
ings thereon, and to accept mortg
The domicile and place of business
said corporation shall be the City
Opelousas, Louisiana. Citation
other legal process shall be served
the president, or in case of his abse
on the secretary.
The corporation i, organized to e
for a period of twenty-five years,
The capitallstock of this corporati
is here by fixed at Ten Thoue
($10,000.00) Dollars, divided into
hundred (100) sharea of the par value
One Hundred ($100) Dollars each, wh
shares shall be fully paid for by
subscribers la cash at the time of i
ance at par, and shall be non-assessab
The corpor.tiois shall be authoris
to do business as soon as Five T
sand ($5000.00) Dollars of its csplt
stock has been subscribed.
The first board of directors of t
corporation shall be Alex R Chtaol
Joseph W. I'ate, William J. 'andi
John A. Haas and L. H. Mornhin
all residents of the above parish a
State, and they shall hold ottfie u
their successors are elected and qus
fled; of this board of directors, Wtia
J. Sandoz shall be president, Alex
Chisolm, vice-president, and L.
The corporate powers o i this co
pany shall be vested in its board #" J
direators,its officers aud such commn
tees as said board may appoint,and t
board shall have authority to name o
of its members or any other s
bolder the general manager of
The regular annual meeting of t
stockholders of this corporation hL
be held on the flrst Monday of July
each year, beginning with the yes
1913, when a board of live directorsshs*
be elcoted to serve for theensuing yea t
the board of directors sihall organa
annually immediately after the
tion of its members and at such org
izatiou meeting shalW elect otflo rs
this, corporation. Three directors ah
at all times constitute a quorum for .
transaction of business. At# all
ings of stockholders each share of
shall represent obe vote and the d4 .
tors shall be elected by a majority
of the stock represented at said
Any suit may be brought and
bond, aflidoavt or other document
sary to assert the rights of the oc
ation in a judioial proceeding msa
executed by the president or vicep
dent of this corporation, or in lthe
seuce of both, by the secretary.
Whenever this corporation is
solved, either by limitation of Elts
by the determination of the ai
holders, its affairs shall be liql1ide
by three commnlqstonersiappoiuted.
that purpose at masepjtintof the s*
holders, said ,appeintmeat to be
the vote of tifty-one per cent of l l .
stock of the corporation; in CIas
death or inability to act ot one or" .
of the commissioners,; the otlket -
others shall act alone. After l J
biities of the cor.iratiion luº
adjusted any fumuis: remIlaitt.t
hands of the .Ianduisteli+ a
divided pro rata atnolig the ol
ers, after giving twentuy days priori6~
lice by p.aolicationu in a wpaper
lished in Opelousas, La.
No stockholder of this orp
shall, ever be held litble or
for its contracts or fatifte InSt i
sum than the npaid -balail
the shares of stock of tbhi to
owned by him, nor shall aay e
formality in the erganiatt0oU
corporation have the effect of
ing this charter null or of e
stockhiolrlder to any lIabilitfy bey
amount of his stock. '"
ARTICLE 10. -
T'his corporation may be -ameodtle
dissolveui with the assent of ft
per centr ia amount of the whole a$
stock at. a general meeting of the
holdi'-, held for that purposer
thirty day ' notice of su.ch ietn$"
be rveu by advertisement in a
paper ptublished at Opeloussa, Laq aG
written notice of said pleetting A
to einch .tockholder at the time of
ser.ing said advertisement. '
Thus done anid passed at Opieto
La, in the above parish, in the pe
of S. A. Stanley and Eunls .. Kerif
both competent witneses, on tlh. .iq
and date first hereinabove written.:
(Sgd) Alex R. Chisolm,
E. H. Reeder, ,L
W. J. sandoz.
D. C. Rose, .1 r.,
J. A. Hass,
G(. Hii. Cretin.
F. L. saniido,
Jos. W. 'at:, per E. I. ltrde,,.
(Sgd) S. 1.Stanley, "
E. 8. Kerr.
(Sgd) WMJ. ALEX. ROB. t L ,1O
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Landry. _.
I hereby certify, that time within n
foregoing is a true and correct copy @1
the charter of the Opelounas Plamblt.i
Company, filed in this office on the i
day of September, A.)D.. 1912, and do~ii
recorded in Book Mliscellaneots., b#
In testimony whereof, witness
official signature and seat *,f otee, a:
Opelousas, La., on this 3d day of "e P
tember, A. D., 1912. B"
(gd) C.F. BAILEY, .
Dy. Clerk· - -
Notice to Building Countrate
Sealed bids will be received by Mr. !
Thompon, Superintendent of Pun ti
Schools, until Mondas,: 10 o'lck el
September the 80th. 1912, for the
and completion of a frame school bild
in the Bellevue District of St Lan~rl
lih, La., Oeing In the 2nd school dt~taiyt
of the First ward of said parish. T'
strictlon to be according to plan i
specilications made for same by E
Chachere. Architect. OpelotiSlls Lafro
wliom copies of the plans andt aep S
tions nay be had. Each bid must ice 5C
compaied with a certified checnkfor ib
per cent of the amount bd asi 'I
that the successful bidder wihll.
contract and execute the bond a e
by law, apon notice of the accepts' 05
Ihe ritght is reserved to reject aeg
eoua. Ia.., angust 20ts, 19.