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Published Daily Except Sunday C. E. KING. Managing Editor. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION 1 Year in advance..........$4.00 6 Month* in advance ........2.25 3 Month* in advance......... 1,15 1 Month................... 40 I Week................. 10 ! Rates of Readers, Notices, Cards >f Thanks. Obituaries, etc: Per line first issue ---- Subsequent issues . ...... . 5c 2%c Entered as second class mail mat tar at the Postoffice of Morgan City. FLASHES FROM THE PARISH SEAT Boy Scouts Troops Nos. 1 and 2 of Franklin visited the merchants of Franklin Thursday and secured the following applications to sell War Savings Stamps as authorized Treas ury Agents, viz: N. and M. Silver man, Sam Serio, Sam Papa, Isaac Bloch, Sam Silverman, A. Friedman, M. Bell Son, Limited, St. Mary Hard ware Company Limited, John Eisle and Miss Reuter. These applica tions in addition to those previously secured means that every store in the town of Franklin is enlisted in List of Class 1 Men Military Registrants Summoned For Physical Examination Tuesday February 6th, 1918 Franklin, La., 10 A. M. Date Notice Mailed, January 31*t, 1918. Date to Appear, February 6th, 1918. 1394 2965 2306 2900 501 1227 1503 2718 2135 2649 2405 2842 2179 338 3149 2258 ,2549 2228 2544 1229 1695 2702 2119 390 9705 -J* IrfJ 1741 2435 1656 2217 1938 1670 2953 1946 1906 3390 2512 1432 829 875 2919 2597 1381 2087 856 2C99 1278 1147 1429 2507 1110 j n .... c ... ~Z „..'and ®£ own > hn, La............................. 766 Polite Beasley, Franklin, La........................... 7 f 7 Frederic Baptiste, Houma, La.......................... Clarence Brown, Franklin La ....................... 771 Andrew Booker, Garden City, La...................... 773 Joseph Beverly, Franklin, La......................... 776 James Burkes, Franklin, R. F. D. Box 29, La............. 777 ; Gus Brown, Calumet, La.............................. 779 j Frederick Bray, Garden City, La........................ 782 1 Joe Bolden, Franklin, La.............................. Joseph Baker, Franklin, La........................... 788 j Joseph Bernard, Garden City, La....................... 789 ; Edward Baker, Franklin, La........................... 791 ! Minos Blank, Franklin, La............................. 792 ' Joseph Ballot, Franklin, La ..........................!*. 794 j Melville Stephens Bercegeay, Baldwin, La...............1222 ' Hector Breaux, Baldwin, La.........\ 1223 j Wallace Brown' Baldwin, La'. '. 11 '. 1289 ! Abby Bruner, Baldwin, La..............................1290 ; John Baltozar, Baldwin, La............................1293 ; Elliot Brown, Baldwin, La.............................1295 | Spencer Brown, Baldwin, La...........................1296 t ^ ___iom i Leonard Bray, Baldwin, La Alvin Billy, Baldwin, La..............................1T95 Hillard Bean, Baldwin, la .............................13 7 James Brown, Baldwin, La ....., » .....................131 > Beecher Baptiste, Baldwin, La..........................1311 Joseph Biambo, Louisa, P. O. La........................145' Nelson Agrien Barilleaux, Centreville, La................1457 1297 1 ! COE Lawrence Boudreaux. Morpan City. Stanley Jos. Barrilleaux, Brownsville, Texas. Louis R. Boudreaux, Centreville, La.................... j ioi Clerphe Jos. Boudreaux, Centreville. La.........•....... «63 Fred A. Braum, 3645 Annunciation St., N. O. La..........1 '67 Albert Bourgeois, Centreville, La.......................L-2 Sidney Burges, Centreville, La.........................1523 Edward Baptiste, Centreville, La.......................J527 David Butler. Centreville, La...........................652c. Peter Accardo, Patterson, La...........................v8' Cullen Bowman, Patterson, La.........................1694 Leonard Berger, 2223 Milan St., N. O. La...............1699 Amous Butler, Patterson, La..........................1837 Alfred Brown, Patterson, La...........................1838 Henry Bourgeois, Jr., Patterson, La.....................1850 Alex Brooks, Patterson, La............................1856 Beatsy Brandon, Patterson, La.........................1863 Clay H. Bigler, Morgan City, La.......................2168 Louis Bourgeois, Gibson, La...........................2171 Harold Armond Blum, Morgan City, La..................2173 Matthews Brown, Woodworth, La.......................3303 Extra Special For End of Month M*INCfet UNBLEACHED COTTON, WORTH 20 CENTS, SPECIAL 121-2 CENTS A YARD. ' LADIES COATS AND SUITS, WORTH UP TO $20.00, NOW 2S CENTS. OUR , . , 7 } X« t SPRING SKIRTS, , BEST QUALITY GINGHAMS, WORTH PRICE. It CENT* A YARD. : j 44-INCH WHITE GOODS, FINE FOR NOW 22 CENTS A YARD. > MEN'S OVERCOATS, $15.00 VALUE, GOING AT $7.50. BOYS' SUITS UP TO $10.00, TOUR CHOICE NOW $4.98 A SUT- ; at » '* :: * * r i MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. FORMERLY $18.00, NOW $12.00 A SUIT. IMITATION B. V. D. UNDERWEAR, WORTH 50 CENTS, OUR PRICE. 25 CENTS A GARMENT. BOYS* KHAKI KNEE PANTS, WORTH 75 CENTS, WHILE THEY LAST SS 1-2 CENTS A PAIR. Ye wut tbe dm last days of this month to be recird breakers, hence bare made big redactions, m al j yi ii e », if yon want te save money dont fail ; werk to see is HenryLoeb Co., L'td. Imgaè Gty's Fastest Growing Sore and that THRIFT ' selling campaign and tnar iniwr * will be in the show case , STAMPS of each store ! All preparations have been com nleted for the War-Savings Stamps L, «ha« hoy scouts .«oops Nos. 1 and 2 will make Saturday. Twelve autos have been furnished and all autos will assemble at the court house square in Franklin at 9 A. M. The scouts will be in Baldwin at 10 A. M., Charenton at 11:30 A. M., Centreville at 2:30 P. M. and Patter son at 4:30 P. M. There will be a Boy Scout exhibition drill in each town in front of the courthouse, speeches by the Boy Scouts, War music, and then each store in town will be formally visited and request ed to become a Treasury Agent for the sale of War Stamps. M. L'abbe Sourris, a wounded sol dier-priest will deliver a lecture in Baldwin Monday night at 7 P. M. in the French language to the citizens of that town. Mrs. James R. Parkerson has or ganized a chorus to lead in the sing ing of popular War Songs at all fu ture meetings of the War-Savings Campaign C.ommittee, consisting of Mrs. James R. Parkerson, Mrs. C. M. Horton, Mrs. W. C. Baker and Mrs. Wilbur H. Kramer; Misses Pearon, Erin O'Neill and Jessie Black and Messrs Octave Pecot, Eugene O'Con nor and Robert Barnett. Mrs. E. S. Barifett, Mrs. W. C. Baker and Mr. R. E. Himel atended ' the meeting of the Red Cross in Pat- j ««= — - | , terson Wednesday. ...j A Parish Teachers' Institute wll '( p be held in Franklin Saturday. w , Judge W. C. Baker returned Wed * ; wb nes.ay __ j be , e «U Rrirto-P ! At the meeting of the Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. J. Allan Barnett won the Club prize. i an __ ! ,, it it returned Wed- or Mrs. H. H. Gates returned wea nesday from a visit to New Orleans. --- Miss Norman Levy, daughter of Louis Levy is in New Mr. and Mrs. Orleans and will be the guest for the remainder of the winter of her sis ter. Mrs. Jules Lazarus. Mrs. Walter Y. Kemper and son, -^Donald, have been with Mr. Kemp er in Plaquemine for several days this week. , been bag ç or p S m j ss i on . His brother, Richard Q'xjein has ojined the Engineering to to c Miss Martha Foster, a co-ed of I S. U. and brother Murphy J., also a v or student of the University, have mild cases of measles. Charter of the Avoca Hold ings Company Inc. United State* of America, State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Mary, City of Morgan City. to ly : ; BE IT KNOWN, That oni this , the 31st day of the month of ecember, in the year of Our Lord, one thous j and, nine hundred _ and „..'and of the Independence of the Uni* • ted States of America, the one hun 7 idred and forty-second, before me, I. ' j W- Paddock, a Notary Public, duly*'h commissioned and qua lified within, and for the Parish of St. Mary, State ' ,, . 1 1 ; of Louisiana, th.r in residin L , and m ! j the presence of the witnesses here-. 1 inafter named and undersigned, per 787isonally came and appeared the sev- 0 j eral persons whose names are here ; unto subscribed, who severally de ! dared that, availing themselves of ' the benefits and provisions of the , t j Constitution of the State of Louis ' iana and to the laws of said btate j relative to the organization of corpo ! rations, particularly of the provi ; s i 0 ns of Act Number 267 of the ; G = neral Assembly of the State of | fcffiiafor the'year 1914, they bave un ited to form and do, by these i ndV,; u . - i ______:__ -tust*, 7 > 1 presents, form and organize them-,'t? ^ * . ,, 1-1 - 1 -J.1_____- t selves, as Well all such other per S;> ' ' ^soSed h wRhiLâ'TAheî; ïirÆ U t0 furPraSd In..................7n«.;r-* The v tion •AVQC rts following towit ÄS ». fV me and title o! this corpo Ü1 be: HOLDINGS COMPANY, NCORPORATED." :d uncle, r.nd by saia name, unless >r - di ' ed in accordance witll ont.rv e, a:: i -.rpcrr.te •«• a r ' m ami , „ . tU- -barter, it shall exist and shall have and enjoy 'ence p.nd succession . - . + , , ' ri »°ft f t.he ni dae" of n thisact ! u. aft, the date of this act. j or 1 '--hr-, devise or bcque.t, sell,' aliei. t", i l ose of, convey, lease, ( nledg:, pawn, hypothecate, encumber ! or mortgage property of any kind, ; whether real, personal or mixed, cor- j ooreal or incorporeal, movable or im- \ movable, all c ibjec; to such limita tiens as may be prescribed by law. j It may rake, issue and endorse ! bonds or notes and other evidences of debt. It may accept mortgages, ! pledges or Other form ' of security for mohfey 1'sned or other debts. It may contract, sue and bo sued, plead or be impleaded Ly its corporate name in any court '»f competent ju risdiction. It may make, adopt and use a common seal and alter the t same at pleasui'3. It may h -dd stock j in other corporations, and its cap-1 Ital ßtock may bs l*m « for capital stock in other ccrporat. ons. It may name, appoint and employ such managers, directors, officers, agents and other employees as its said bus iness and convenience may require, and may fix their compensation, hav ing due regard to th ? nature, char acter and value of th ir services. It may make, and establish by-laws, rules and regulations not ir.consist ent with this charter or any existing j law, fixing or altering the manage ment of its property, the regulation and government of its affairs, and the manner of the certification and registration of its stock. It may wind up and dissolve itself, or be wound up and dissolved in the man ner prescribed by law. It may con duct business in this State, other States, the Federal Districts, the Territories and possessions of th-' United States, and any foreign cour. try. It shall have the power to in vest its Board of Directors with all of its corporate powers, subject to such restrictions as may be nanw «i in this charter. And 4t generally shall possess all the powers, rights, privileges and immunities which cor poratiçns are and may hereafter be authorized to possess under th^lo: st'tution and laws of this Staflran«! particularly under Act No. 267 of the Acts of the Genen 1 Assembly of the State of Louisiana for the year 1914. ARTICLE II. Thc domicile ot this corporation shall be at the City of Morgan City, i p ar j«h of St. Mary, State of Louis -1 lana. ------ ARIIv.LE III. The objects and purposes tor ; wb j c h this corporation is formed and £ £ Ä-» j be : ! To buv and sell stocks, bonds, mort „ ape \, debentures, trust re- ! ceiptSi commercial paper, consols.' i an d government securities, either for ! itself or agent of any person, firm or corporation, but not to engage in ^ bankinp or stock-jobbing busi negs; t0 act as the fiscal agent of any person, firm or corporation; to .] buy, sell, let, lease, hire, own or de-, mise or generally deal and trade m real estate, with the power to im prove or increase the value thereof ; to borrow money and grant mort gages, bond mortgages or notes therefor; to lend money and to re ceive therefor mortgage, bonds or any other evidence of indebtedness; to carry on any other business which, under the law, it may be entitled to carry on which may seem to the cor poration to be calculated, directly or indirectly, to effectuate the afore v ij ef r es as relate to the objects and that may be calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of or to render profitable any of the company's properties and rights, and generally to hold and exercise all «such incidental powers and pri purposes hereinabove set forth or as may be necessary, useful or conven ient for effecting said objects and purposes. ARTICLE IV. The authorized capital stock of this corporation is hereby declared to be the sum of TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL LARS ($250,000.00>. Thc present ly authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be represented by Two Thousand, Five Hundred do of 75, the : (2,600) shares of the par value df -- - • - " ($ 100 . 00 ) ; One Hundred Dollars ■«*»>■ ^ per30naI property . It sha „ f u iiy paid and non-assessable wben j SS ued. No transfer of said capital stock shall be binding upon • tb j s corporation unless made in ac cordance with its charter and by ' j awg an( j reco rded on the books f inereoi ' artTCLE V AKlK.Lt, v. 1 The business of this corporation ! ghall be managed by and a corpora t e powers thereof s vested j n ànd exercised by a board 0 f n0 £ more than fifteen (15) and n0 ^ j ess t ban fj V e (5) directors, to be elected from among its stock holders, and a majority of the direc , t ô rs , either present in person or of The ! ei II be j board ! f represented by proxy, shall consti- j tute a quorum. The said board of | directors shall have the right to nominate and appoint such agents, j managers or sub-agents as m their j judgment they deem #ew»a^ the management of the corporation pf the conduct and carrying on of I its business. i business. t ARTICLE VI. The first board of directors of this E. A. Pharr, whose post-office ad arMS H Morgan City, Louisiana. address is Morgan City. Louisiana A. M. E. Norman, whose post-office ! address is Morgan City. Louisiana. : dr 2 s aJ - 1 . B Rped whMC pa st . ot fice ad ! Louisiana: i , dr ^ s and ' ad dre?s B. Reed, is Morgan S. City, Foster, whose postoffice j is Morgan Citv Louisiana;! . with E. A. Pharr as President, B. 0 « Brien as Vice-President, and M. E. j Norman as Secretary-Treasured. Said to L ___ j -« „u-n ! j , board of directors shall serve until j ! the first meeting of stockholders for j the election o£ directors, or until ! are elCCted ARTICLE VII. ( Qn tbe £irst Wednesday in Janu ! ar y, 1919, and annually thereafter ; 0 n the first Wednesday in January j in each year, a meeting of the stock \ holders of this corporation snail be held at its domicile for the purpose j o£ electing directors for the ensuing ! y ear. A failure from any cause whatsoever to hold the annual meet ! j n g of stockholders, or the failure to elect directors thereat, 6hall not dis It solve this corporation, but the direc tors and officers then in office shall remain in office until their succes sors shall have been respectively du i y chosen, elected, qualified and in t stalled. and I j ARTICLE VIC. This charter may De amended, and It may be increased or decreased, or this corporation may be dissolved in the method and manner rrovided by law. ARTICLE IX. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever be held liable or respon sible for the contracts or faults of this corporation in any further sum that the unpaid balance on the stock y» ai j £*re "forJSy to'orgart ization have the effect of rendering be this charter null or of exposing a stockholder to any liability other than as above provided. THUS DONE AND PASSED in my office at the City of Morgan City, Louisiana, on the day, month and year herein first above written, in the presence of Herbert Blanchard and James Doiron, competent witnesses, who hereunto sign their names with in- s aid appearers, and me, Notary, after all to «i be of of due reading of the whole. Warren B. Reed, Morgan City, La., one share. E. A. Pharr, Morgan City, La., one share. K. S. Foster, Morgan City , La., one share. B. O'Brien, Rhoda, La. one share. M. E. Norman, Morgan City, La., one share. • | Witnesses: ... j Herbert Blanchara. j James Doiron. A Wise New Year Resolution For You RESOLVED THAT I will have my clothes made during 1918 here in Morgan City where I can get that expert personal attention which will insure me satisfaction In fit and fabric-ana that the best place for me lo buy is from A. J. Glaser, The Tai Cleaning and Pressing Phone 273 I. w PADDOCK. Notary Public. CLERK S OFFICt., the to do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original, now on file and of ' record in mv office, recorded in Book "RECORD OF INCORPORA- i TIONS". page No. 238, Entry No. 75, of date January 5. 1918. In evidence whereof witness my official signature and the impivss the seal of my office, this 5th day Januarv A. D., 1918. (Signed) WILBUR IL KRAME! Clerk ex-officio Record of St. Mary Soldier Boy ; Wants The Daily Review Camp Beauregard, La. j January 28th, 1918.j The Daily Review, ( Morgan City, La. Gentlemen : I am enclosing money order cov- j ! ei W a subscription to your paper. I j want the St. Mary Parish news and ! f ee l that your paper furnishes the best means of getting it. When a fellow is away from home the local papers are always welcome, and the home folks sometimes forget to j mail them t0 us | „ ______., Kindly mail paper to j Corporal John A. O'Neill, j Co. H. 156th Infantry, Camp Beauregard, La. _ I i NOTICE. There will be a special communica- j tion of Doric Lodge No. 203, F. & A. M., Sunday noon at 3 p. m. ruary 3rd., 1918, conferring of F. ! A. & F. C. Degrees. iVsitors wel- ; : come . ' 1 . ! 2t BABINS, Secj. i ivinge . .nHiug . j j , . .. . , . to extend an invitation to the pu > ! lie to continue their patronage with NOTICE. Having purchased thc re j of E. R. Schwing and Co., ätaurnnt I desire ., « I j He to continue their patronage with me. Changes will be made as," ! quickly as possible «sible for the better- j I ment of service until a first-class standard is reached. Your coopera tion is solicited. GEO. A. GOODMAN. "A SPLENDID TONIC " Says Hixson Laiy Who, On Doc tor's Advice, Took Cardai And Is Now Well. Hixson, Teon.—"About 10 years ago I was...'' says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, ot this place. *T suffered with a pain in my left side, could not sleep at nigh with this pain, always In the left side... My doctor told me to use CardnL I took one bo* , which helped me and after my baoy came, I waa stronger and better, but the pain was still them . I at first let it go, hat began to get weak and In a rim-down condition, to I decided to try aome more Cardul, which I did.* >■ This last Cardul which I took made me modi better, in fact, cured me. It has been a number of years, still I have no return ot this trouble. I feel It was Cardul that cured me, and I recommend It aa a splendid fe male tonic." Don't allow yourself to become weak and run-down from womanly troubles. Take Cardul. It should sure be , ly help yon. as It has so many thou- j ■anda i ' __of -other women in the pest 40 yean. Headache, backache, sideache, ; nervousness, sleeplessness, tlred-out ; feeling, are all signs of womanly trou - 1 Ms. OtV- — rvt relief by taking ; CarduL Why youT 411 druggists. ; ^ ______ NO-133! — - . for immediate action m the way oi | building rent residences to take care j of the rapidly growing population. j ^ be union Bridge and Construction the ____ Now that it is practically certsm ' that further contracts will be secur ed for the building of ships by the local shipyard there are several prop erty owners who are planning WANT ADS AND NOTICES WANTED to buy good mule and good second-hand dump-cart. Apply to Review office. Phone 278. 2f SEE ARCHIE M. SMITH Certified Public Accountant 1001 Hibernia Building New Orleans, La. 1 mo I. W. SURANCE. PADDOCK FOR IN. ; ADAM'S FASHION EMPORIUM L. J. ADAMS, PRO?. Dyeing, Cleaning, Pressing Suit Made to Order Old Hats Made New Gasoline and Texaco Product* Woolco 5 Minutes Vu!c*nizer And Patches. j ( j Weiner' Sausage Sliced Sausage Dill Pickles Pan Dandy Bread JOLLEY BROS. PHONE 7G C. A. BLANCHARD Lawyer and Notary in First National Barnc Bldg. j Office Feb-j______ ç ompany are now employing about ; onp ba j f ' of tbe ] abor they will need ' beiore the first contract is complet The b " i,der ^ puts -5 rpn , cott ,„ cs at this «.me » . of a ?teady revenue and some of the ones are going to profit by it. The nnrty from the Lake Charles Aviation School who have been seek I In,, lmdir.L«- fie'd« for their aviators mg * J left for as," th J a success foI j the School today after a s located in trip. Fields have been several towns along the "air root* and others are under consideration; Morgan City has offered a > which the party pronounced a» e - cellent. Berwick, La-, J* 11, be held at the domicile of the c«** , ration in Berwick, La., on day February 20th ' 1918, * of o'clock A. M., for the purpose electing a Board of Dir ® c ^"' « nt the transaction of any other b ^ A meeting of the'Stockholm the Berwick Mercantile Co. m ^ that may come before the J. D. EHRLICH, Pr«> deBt ' BURL CLEMENT,^ Morgan ered to your home 4uc a jEE THAT THE VbUEAT- -afiT is PROPERmV REfBWEWmr y visit. Ocuve J. Delaune PHONE NO. I* , about th» WE'VE talked » manner of mea We do so ployed in . thlS • hty important ste caU se it » » ^ pure food nr ject Don t attent ion. pty ket escape .