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sh of Madishn. T KiOKN, Tl: 6n Ohftiha. av of Decemlber 1919 before e uncdrsigned authority,. duly issioned and qualified according law, sd ;n the presence of the ses herefnafter named and un ed, personally came and ap d R. S. Guenard. a resident of e Providence, Louisiana, T. Lucas, Jeff B. Snyder, G. Gaines and A. J. Sevier, re:jents Tallulah. Louisiana, and _orge Yerger, resident of Mound, Louisi - all of lawful age; and said ap rs declared to m" said Notary. asriling themselves of the laws the State of Louisiana they have meusated and bound themselves, ,04 doe by these presents, covenant, :'le.and bind themselves, as well as ~ e ther persons as. may hereafter associated with them, to form Seemstitute a corporation and body is law for the purposes and and under the stipulations, and articles following: ARTICLE I 'I e name and style of the cot o-usde hereby formed shall be I IRAtD-LUCAS DRUG COMPA T, INC., and under said name nio shall have power to v -.i'- succession for the t of , 0' years from the da hers. ; sue and be sue t and as a cerporate d to ums and sIte - his, bold. lsae, chan andalmate, w to mo FHappy . and ProspexroUs V NEW YEAR ast Arkansas Lr. Ca H. CARROLL, MANAGER ,- - ?The frtmhe of the Umited %ah u, w,, taoe mt4 anae, oc. .l f, of 1) the ril.ay% .of the held 1 eTrr a y ar trai " i, ter th I e o1 - `.n.4. od tl it i me a ue t he meiLe rnr e. x Irara urr cyu Aiwica* lwiym `. Any Doughboy Who •Was "Over There" will tell you that American railroads are t in the world. saw the foreign roads - in England and the best in Europe - and in other Con countries - and he knows. The part railroads have played in the develop ment of the United States is beyond measure. Amewrpan railroads have achieved high stand ai ds of public service by far-sighted and courage ous investment of capital, and by -the' constant i of managers and men for rewards for work S e have the best railroads in the world - we mst ee to haye the best. flt they must grow. To the 40,000,000,000 now invested in our a lroads, there will have to be added in the next ew , Lto keep pace with the nation's business, .more for additional tracks, stations and t rminls, cars and engines, electric power houses ., d ,tain, automatic signals, safety devices, the :-" fation 6f grade crossings - and for recon struction and engineering economies that will re < the cost of transportation. £ attbtt to the railroads in the future the in. t ndsof many thrift1 citizens, the direct ' of the most capable builders and man '- the skill and loyalty of the best work in tion with other industries bid-' S unanagertand men - tHe raikaed o _.docapi .catal, to will contin~e to set world adeqaely serve the Nation's needs to be built and operated on the of rewaas for work well doue. U uih/ll pa",Ws. and in any manner en cumber %operty, real, personal or alxed, corpoo el or incorporeal; to borro fn'oney and grant security &erefor; to appoint such managers, agents and officers, and to engage *ph employes as its business or con #:tience may require• and to make and an.erd or abrogate at pleasure4 'uch b'-'nws, rules and regulations for the c.: iuct of its business as may be necessary and proper. ARTICLE II The objects an5i purposes for which this corporation is established, and thb r:i'ture of the business to be carried on by it. are declared to be: To ena:gk,e in and carry on a gena eral drug business at wholesale and retail, including tho manufacture. sd and compounding of drugs; the filli of prescriDtions, the sale of merch dise. such as tnilet articles, sc perfumes, stationery. electric fixt es toys, auto supplies, phonographs, n dies, 'tobaccos, wall-paper, win w glass, paints, fancy crockery, jew cut-glass, auto filling station, nt brushes, as well as such other g s ad merchandise as are usually sold Ai eonnection with the drug business; and also of conducting in connection therewith a soda fountain for the dispensing ef hot and cold drinks,. beverages, ices and ice cream; and also of manfacturing and selling at wholesale and retail soft drinks, beverages and ice creams; and in gen eral to engage in any business com plemeutary to or incidental to the drug b siness. ARTICLE III inicile of this corporation n the Village of Tallulah, Parish, State of Louisiana, a d otb'r :e:.- p o.ess ," go. thae :'ceide::s a is a sc rc anon the \'ice thereof. ARTI LE IV tal stock of this corpora ti reby fixed at the sum if on Thousand ($15i000.00) D,: to be divided into and repre one hundred fifty (15iJ) e lue of one hnnd .d each, of which per cent ling these ic es o provided t this co , rr.to e no c rn and autho do busi when fifty (Z per cent of stock subscri 'or shall have n actually pa or. .ccN of th poration may be ed at par yment or exchange for labor do or for money or pro perty ac received by the cor poratio No ce te of stock shall be is sued until the videnced thereb: has been fully p , neohall any certificate for less (1) share, be issued or transfe Any stock-holder Il, /sigr. or transfer his stock i corpora tion provided thirty (3 days prior notice of such intentio hell, assig, or transfer the sam ggiven tht company,. and the 1Joek-holde"r thereof shall hay n rt privilege of purchasing after which thirty (301 day the said stock may be market. This A shall recor.nize the excl ve t of a person regis tered its books as the owner ot share of stock to receive dividends and to vote as such owrner, a.d I shall hold liable for calg and assesoQent. all persons registered on its books as th wr.er of shares. SARTICLE V Te board of directors of this cor poration shall be comnos~d of five (5) tockholders thereo; who, excent tho~:named herein to compose the firs oard or elected by the board to tlLjlckancies therein, shall be elected fy the stock-holders annually on the third Menday of January in each calendar year. and shall hold and ex ercise the duties of their office until thpir successors have bLen duly elect ed and cucli.ted. All meetines of stack-holders or directors must be hell! :t the domicile )f sair corporation; n'-ovided4 that .vxih the writter, corsert of all direc tcra va'id rmeetin"P of directors my' he held outside the State. or within he State e!sewher than at its domi cile. At all meetings of the beard each !!rector sh.lll' have one vote; and uree c'i:act e'-. pr',;e"t i e trer.-n or "ror"- t: .! co.n..itue a u rm ov-;d thn. a les, nun-ber shall ;.Pve rowcr tc fil vcncies in the board for its unexpire! time. Each :ircct.- shr:l ha.ve rerr to tapoint in writing a stnck-ho!der as :'roxy to renresent such director at any meeting of the board. such proxy to have at such meeting all the rights and powers of such director. The board of directors shall be ves*ed wish the power to hold a-d ex ycise all the powers enumerated in Article I hereof. as well as all powers •onferrel by l:,w upon the corpora onr.. except such as may be requiredl ,'r law or b:" this charter +o .e hcld and exercised by the stock-holdersk p ;ome ofilcer of h1'' c-.rn'ration. ARTICLE VI . Thi~ s.ockkholders shall meet qo the hird M:crdav of January, A. Dr, 1921 'lect dirrctrrs to stv-eee' those chosen and named in this'char*e'. and so a-nnuall thereafter; and at 'uch meetinm to transact .an 'ythe us- "s,. and to do all ac. required by law. c Notice of all stoc'--holfrs' rre÷* "'-' other than adjourned bme.inas shall be given- in Ie mtnAier ore b"i4 for steck-helder*' jeetinw', W"ate election of directorik unles such. notice be waived by u eos con :; .cvided that no n. is an ee a meeting is a ed to a end shP.ell be ' ard Se also be . The board of i ally elect from the dent, a Vice-Presi 4 tary-Treasurer, who manager, all of who fice until their a elected and qua The directors may agents and employees, spectively have such po form such duties as may ed by the by-1qws, and who removed as provided in the Vacancies of agents and e. shall be fllIdE as provide laws. AI U No Stockholder shall . lia ble or responsible for er faults of this ro orp ate That Drop in Temperature Touch a match to a. A Perfection Oil Heat crl Ye.ae glowlag .wrmth in a minute- dean, odorless heat, for 10 hrs. on a gallon of Steseola Barawig oil Utfl s,ooo,ooo . At ail regiler deleras 4., o. . co Lyrki Tbeatr3 MCNDAY DECEIMBER 2:, I,i The Auction Bloc And BRAY PICTUREGRArH Adml;sion------- ..... 5c. and 25c.' }WIEDr!ESDAY DELLLBBER 31 1915 "T1ae Love Net" Featuriug ;ADGE EVANS "LXPLGSiVE 'JLLLTS" 12 .Episde of 3MASi..iA, A ..RIERS 4dmiass:on----------- 15c and 25c. FRIDAY DECEMI-ER 2, 1920 H rmds Invisible SCMELDY AND NEWS-WEEKLY "dmission-----------1 ISe and 25c. ther sum than an amount equal to the nl,:.id bn!ance on the stock subscrib -d aIr b> hIm in thi- cqrporaion, no-, shall ar"' mere informality in organi zation have the effect bf renderir.t his charter null or exposing a stock ..older to any further liability. ARTICLE IX R. S. Guenard, T. B. Lucas, G. W. aines. A. J. Sevier and Jeff B. Sny ier shall constitute the first board of direutors. to serve until the third Ior.day in January, 1921, and until their successors are elected and quali fled, each of said directors being the owner of at least one (11 share of full, paid and unpledged stock. ARTICI.E X The first officers of this corpora tion to serve until the third Monday in January, 1921, and until their suc- E cesSors are elected and qualified, are' hereby chosen and annointed, to-wit: RB S. Guenard, President; Jeff B. Snyder, Vice-President; T. B. Lucas, Secretary-Treasurer. who is also Manager. ARTICLE XI The names and subscribers whose poet-office address is set forth above, and the number of shares of stock which each sub'eriber re3pectively agrees to take in this corporation, are as follows: R. S. Guenard 40 Shares. T. .B. Lucas.60 Shares. Jeff B. Snyder 10 Shares. Dr. G. W. Gaines 10 Shares A. J. Sevier .10 Shares. • George S. Yerger 10 Shares. Each of the #ppearers subscribed aforesaid furthey declared that he does hereby takb and subekribe for the number of shares of stock in said corporaticn above set opposite his name, and binds himself to pay his sail subscrip'ioa in cash. In testifrony whereof, said appear ers have signed this act of incor'ora tion at my office in Tallulah. Madison garish. Louisiana, in the preseqce of J. L. Cason and T. P. Kell, cemoet ent witnesses who sign as .eah, to .'ether with said parties and me, said Notary, on -the date first . herein written. . . ... - R. S. ,GUENARD T. B. LUCAS JEFF B. SNYDER 'At J. SEVIER C. W. GAINES' CEO. S. YERGER, 'Attezt: J. L. CASON T. P. LE. YERGER, Clerk 9th' )i t Court fet Madison Parish. louisina a Ex-Offcio Not. .,ry iublic. Stite of Lwuis!M, 'arhi of t. aryl &e, Deputy Clerk of he I)Dblet Court and Ex-Offi io ~corws in: and for Madicst . Louliarna, do hereby certiy abveinrd foiemeing Is a and cows eoy of the orim. -. .. h ch is o file in this nad eit 'eord in laiorpor. "A pe~* 68 at seq., on 19. 1919. . d and the Seal of 9th day of Deem -f - r jautbe chest syruh intern 1if ye a severeca e I sore luiws properl t he ddol ze Ballard's Horehoun p. With eh bottle there is a ferrick's pepper porous pl for the A. SBold by ralluish Stas. SCCIAL AND i'PLSOVAL r:' tcidwell, counity suverv"i 'r, is in ... a.:a, La.. for the h.li.ays. .ir:. Kate Sc. Ic.'t -,'iday for Newelltcn, I a., to visit frie:s.i thr:. Mr. a "!t. ". t , J- t esi. i da,-. TI-"v r :,-.. , . '.,'.t-, l:'. "" ' * ' l y - i V : ., ,'rl wt .v.,. 1" h e w " . .... chool. ti:~ Mar" L"'e left W i"','rv ;r Qectvl'ce. ?::".. to spt'nd t.. ,cid-.,s ith re'atives. i ier. ar,! Mrs. R. E. Gilbert hav, :Is th-; r-le'ts Mrs. Gilbert's father I tad sister. 1 Mr E,?nltr Pv, 10 is in Tail1la't i spenai'- the holidaa' with his nar 'nts. :;r. and Mrs. E. T. I'urnell. .i M;- Mar:i' Humbhl left. Tuesday t' for Monroe. I a. whe`" r"'v' w:l! spend , the hr!idays with her relatives. Miss Marmie Nicols is in Tallulah wv'÷h her sister. Mrs. Mall- Co!tharn. i Uer friends are "lad to see her again. i Miss Voss left Tuesday for a visit during the holidays to Bo-ralousa. La., s where she will visit relatives. : Miss Ada Germany is snendine her c holidays in Centerville. Miss., her old r home. Q o Mr. and Mrs. W. C McKew-n are v ,esnding the holidays in Lake Village s Ark. t Miss Dorothy Vaurh left for her a home in Lake Provi!endc, Tuesday r for her Xmas vacation. r -- s Mr. a~d Mrs. Leo Shields and M;s : Arnes Shields are 'he aests at *h home of Mjs. Shields' mother, Mr-. t W. H. Harvey. s Miss Maerie Allen left tb " irs t cart of the week for Water 'Valev c to snend the 'holidays with her sister c of that place. s - Mrs. Ada Williamson and Mrs. J. t S. 4ae chaperoned a crowd af young e girls t leksburg Friday. They went f over to uee the play "Experience.", Mr. and Mrs. Nat Dav Sr., and t Misses Katherine and Mary Belle Day t are guests of Mr nnd Mrs. Andrew r Sevier for the holidays. Mr. Larwence Kell is in Tallulah o oC p-'nd the holidas 'at the home of his , father and mothei', Mr. and Mrs. T. t 2. Kell. c Do't fail to see "The Auction i Block", at the T,vric Theatre in Tallu lah next Ifondas-' night. Tbe nlay is I from Rex Beach's famops book. Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer and I Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mason Spencev spent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Car- t neal Goldmsa., at their plantation home at Goldman. La. it Mr. and Mrs. Cook and Master Harvey (Mrs, Cook says he is bad. but vrey.pe in interf "a edat lry) tdr the-esats of Mrs. W.L H. arvery, I the mothr of Mrs. Cook.' Miss Graee Pirnell is in Tallula I apendina the beliday with b r Ut ar, *es, Mr. and M. E. T. Pmrnell. iss P~rnel ha beess teaching figith"'sot half eesdion at Clarks, I.A . ,1 There will he a danoe Ii on Monday DeamaberOt A crowd is xpecte as a aumber of oang people are hbemt di., holidauy at behae, sad W be a1 llah ,r the dance. , Owlng to the fiat Naew Day falls onh the Janupry, .-'l' i kP not mao eett tl . on' i J·anuary I,1at teC t4 h a. L d I D. H. Allen. i Mr. and lM4A. (bueteosn-" M-iss, t"k**" pla"e * MisaseP WPn.a ?erse WEloie and, 'Tottise 8ioer w Qo Vlekaber 'erdav to se:aeie play 'E l" 'he were etiperamed b Mrs. Ada Wllilmsom and Mrs. J. s. AgS.. Mr. V. E. Carroll, manottbe to Mr..Cha. Clsaht in the he bnldin .t a asome en it or K v. We are Chd *o tcp(eeme Mr. tor town. ain'he** that i' b ve y lowr bifore he. wi. be an o. .Mve 6, n t new home. "" l next nam bet.y will be or Tueday, 3 I wIll b" at er1toI t the entertain is u"t.f b win htk. . er SPa'0K r eltif li . i: , Soa:- is P ' - F .r .t - ?th :'r'en' :4... . o1 P.. rls the H1a.. J. ". . , Gt, .be.,-'tor ia! Cand:,:!,_ r Lice. G- , Slate of I ou;c,:'. New Or!cr... 1 a., iPc. 23.--One c, the 'most ri i. e.t n.mbers of; ne r t. i..miun:' y b..r. wria, Parker 1. an., 'iuters as fol.iw . irom ('ov "it ce:•ta!n!": ooks ',ood fo. Par.kert 17nLl and \, ias's, r,:,a,'kec in b iidei. fiitee'n ,co:le by ac!ual count. ai c.unl o c hhem Prkelr; no mr.uini a.t i'o, ore. ! Oi a sout wa there. .Madi-"I :,I v:" lrt-n.dl out or;lv tvclve ~-l - h19 by 'tiual count:. vii: 3n meett ir,, ninety-two about tweaty of whom were women ardJ children, andj ,'e half of tare men wre Parker sup porters." , New Orlear:;. La.. Dec 23.--Lorts ianna is abla:e with e::thisiasn fom J(ihn M. Packe', the tnti-machine ca:di.'a'e for Gc uernor. The "d'rift" to Parker. which set in 'some weeks ago and gradually ir £reascd in volume un: er the bo:nbard ment of the )lac hipe camp and its catnidaik, C ol. :ubbs, apparenrtly needen only :ie unbiased prediction of Norman Wa.lker in the Times-'ic avune of Decec:"ber :,# that Parker would be the victor, to c:,u.e Parker sentiment to spreal like a :oraraie fire throughout the state. Re, orts from a!l sections of Louisi aia received by harry 'Gamble. chai man of the Park, r Laupaiga com mittee, tell but on- story-Par:er's strength growing in ruch proportions to indicate lahndslie, Telegrams which have voured into the Parker state. headqui,- ers d,' scribe the effect of the 'T ..--. :a yun:e's poliiical fcrcL:;:er .i II" terms. "Created se::' . ..' :, one. "Parker Inla,.li tc is .:ssurcd," confidently pred .ia - a..aut •. l.:• say tri:el;: "Ire:, t1 f r. i."i iad Beuanci:ar:." "', r.le. c1t , !', a tion in Sttdl'si I ,: . 1 , . :. bA exp!odcd in r:ni.s e ,,sitc::." .: fell like a bo:.b. h .i ,* a. , "Gives I'arer .:. incentive Lo ct.rry o. .,i c thusiasim. "'Rep," 'rt , :. :no r terest than .n:y o.:e ci...... t: ..... Wall-er's foteca4t..ccup' w: 1 t:he cumulative co.den.w_ " : " . corporl te aoleeitaCC'. w'a tI2 te: C i ure of the low tax -ase:snn; :..d= by the Stubts estate. by whbc:. it e_-' caped payment of taxes on about 70 per cent of its real value. feet on voters of the sta Doubtful voters floe In iha Parker camp in large e.ts. Created consternati chine. ltubbs so ited. Trouse a r uae* throuougat the i .ch _.-ge of enthusiasm and d ;bih ti:oC the incentive #-w re etfort. Here" are eleerpt qi: r. cf thi, letters and te;aer t ec.vd ib the Chairman amb4:.. SL 1b# ' w) e k, f I a,--1 PMliaationt of o Warl'c ono on of x v c fhere.-te F Sin M a dStyId Aid i-eo cedqd l **w o' Par sl Is W.J LI i +Lt 0 ý , TAW 1ý Rý: II -8 4, - "' Id1 '4 ~onsV of· ,, *lei. .· 4.\ 4gs, --'4 qJ~ aejs reivd~ '4r s , ":,r. Parker i¢ i sarih. a,:l.e few that I ,on the fence ha:ve : to the P"'rke' side. Sabinq -The forecast .h the T Pt Iufrker our lo it is the the state re aidc d ,,.or: vin :iiis l'u pari h - ,'::. aso iker co. :I':. .s belic\c c a bt about I el ever read ar that ffeect. V.'e all t Parker's iorit , *woul ip an orw the mcost ink is t6. r DL rnler t "a.,-. is iSthb k believed ,ar " cAncerneg: J E Lafotbe ;'eer, ILa., - -The ditions are very a favor. The fir ninty. pr cent f DAICLF:. -L.nfayett., La ne predietin has n in Sulhes ranks.! owline wih Parker e m.--- KRA('SS. JULES TON. W. A. MONTIGOMERY. ThNtb. Un u patrish -olyum, I a., The Tinesa-Picayune prediction of a Parker victory fell like a bombshell in the Stubbs camp here anel ave us Parker sun: o W ters an additi o!Ll in centive to carry on with dounrle en- - thus-asom . fr uquestiorably, t!is red port created nire interest th:en an on'- evet in the cnmpaign. -J !L DUPONT. V.-i'. Parker Club, Tefre bone. Caddo narish.--Shreveport. La., \'ornam Walker's forecast is of great aid to us in our north Louisim.a fight, comi>. from a source admittedly un biase ! is like a homb cxpleded in the ranks of the oprposition.- AL.. ? off Daieu parish. n4ea ,. -Normer Walker's eptmate crasgd coosternation in enem,'s camp. This ra-ish. al-vavs strong for Parker ItTs straorxer now. Each day adds to Pay,:' -:.trnr' h Reports from otter see c : of Siucthwest Louisiran t. saI . cf ' :..J l.M` J. IIOBIRA. V'.rmillion parish.-Kanlan. Lt,.- i . -Picarane prediction had %t ,'," locally althourh Mr. Pnrk Ut ,'-" v irer" n-in due to other -J. S. GARY. " . i'rhvilP L~a.-Norman ý1'sb rR'!y i'':e'"ient forecast of P r' arn-h has excited favortabi rid i reatly streeJens nheal that the tre d of popdilr !r Parker and.. Bouataha. tb. an bat the awe o n eritv A. T. WO S'S Helena pars .-- i ai--mhen the Time-.Pica rinr* here it was to te Stn masi a thtanderbolt from ia - !J dcky. They are not mqalitdful of+ thie-fact that the previolp forecast' ons made my Nomama PWIk e tre . w They .a- he ha4I'" Sthe wall.-CLYDE 8.t HOX.' -oad. La. -In "d io I s persons hre s A eat .-Walkir is dtnaeha. P.aribss ceaase i ' ¶1 dll aý "}>?