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Pointe-a-la-lHache. Mrs. Rigaud~and children were New Orleans visitors the fihst of the week. Miss Rose Rebeaud has returned af ter spending some time with relatives 1 at Myrtle Grove and New Orleans. Master Bernard Favret celebrated his birthday last Tuesday with a party at which delicious iced refreshments were served in abundance. Dr. F. R. Singleton was a business t visitor to New Orleans Saturday. Mrs. S. B." Ilevers and son were visitors to New Orleans last Saturday. Plans for a combination freight and passenger depot for Belle Chasse have been drawn by Engineer H. H. Gibson of the Grand Isle railway, and have been forwarded to the state railway commission, which body recently issued an order directing the company to build a depot at the station named. Patrons of the road near Belle Chasse are at a loss to explain.the wherefore, of the order emanatipg from the railway com mission, as the 'service given 'by the railroad is said to. be better than could be given should: the depot be built. Under the present practice the train stops at all roesiugs if flagged, pract ically giviii the patroný a service aimre iliar to trolley service in the city; If all trains so compelled to. stop. at tlie ' depot, it is.thought the company.. may refuse to stop. at the crossings. Rehearsals of the minstrel and vaude ville troupeof the Crescent City Car nival Club for;tlibh(ow to be put on at th.. Pointeia-Ila~ ache fai r May 16thl for the benefit of the 'St. Thomas Cxtholic Churdchave'.begun. The boys will be at their best and will outdo themselt9S. it.h's thiatrical. line. -St. Bernard Voicle.s Ball Game qt Buras. a. May 11, '14. The Burizj tfsgUt Team opened their seaspp; .i ;:gampe with the Home place team in the presence of a latge cqwdof spe1tators. The weather was idesi s al'ger-eouri engyped the gs~re;. The teatureof theigan. was a bril liant catch. mnde by Lwce Yua i tteb;the ioanspr of t fe`Buias team, *tb teard prayid gho bbal'b tit tbefe moroos fio.a &great del of imptroe ntl s both tesms. Both batteries r ..a: ' c. cwa ns. ine ., j . . e'oof ~l43 6 tln to~ Antolu ~'whs *li.l0 sis " -,L: ~,ti rLdii-I·'i' ) ,t e·a -twe 9:~ 4i~ * R~ · Notice. Assessor's Office, Parish of ;Plaque mines, Pointe-a-la-Hache, La., May 1st. 1914. All parties liable to taxation upon any description of property, whether real estate or' movables, are 'hereby notified in conformity with law, that the assessments for the yedr 1914,, have been completed, and the lists will be exposed in my office at the CoUrthouse from May 10 to 31, holidays and Sun- I days excepted, as required by Section 4 of Act 182 of 1906. All taxpayers are especially invited r to avail themselves of the opportunity I to make known their objections to any s assessment, if any, and to test the 1 correctness thereof in the manner pre- N scribed by law. M. COGNEVICH. Charter:of "Lothroep-Goudeau "Oradnge Company." UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.: STATE OF LOUISIANA. '* PAlRSIS .- ORLE~.ANS- 'CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. Be It Known, That on this ninth day of the month of April in the 'year of our. Lord, One Thlugand Nine Hun dred and Fourteen (1914). Before tie, Charles Theodore Star key, a Nohry Public, duly -ecommis stoned .and, qualilfed, in and for this City and the Parish of Orleans, there in residing, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and un dersigned. ' e Personally came and appeared the 'parties whose names are hereunto stibscribed, all of full age, who de, elared that, availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of this State. t relative to corporations, they have covenanted and agreed, and by these presents covenant and agree, and bind. themselves, as well as such other per sons ars may hereafter become associa- i ted with them, to form and constitute a corporation and'body politic in law, for the purposes and objects and un-t der the stipulations, articles and con ditions following, to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and title of said corpora tion shall be "Lothrop-Goudeau Or ainge Company," and its dbmicile is hereny established in the Town of English' Turn,' State. of' Louisiana; and,,under. its said corporate name, said corporation shall have-power and authority to contract, sue and be sued; 1 to make and use. a corporate seal, Sand, the same to' break and alter' at pleasure; to hold, receive, have, pur chase, improve, alienate, cnvey, sell, 1 borrow, pledge, mortgage a4d hypothe 'cate, under its saild .9orpotte .name, property, real, persdotil and mixedl to name and appoint such officers, dire-: tors, agents and 'managers-'or ·e.m' ay be -deemed necessary and propep wuitate sam e to h and alter a j)Wahsnr -aid to dobalV oflier 'its and pearmitted by law, or as shall r may be tesuary ardd proper to 1 cry oaut the:objects and purposes of 8'M: eiiorpatino tunh les soolre di. sove4i a &ecoiharw4e th its charter,. nshal e;dit 4 nditinue for the period t~~~~~~~ ' * tzI·4r h 4 - -MR 'ý ý ~~I T ' t r'~, ^rk tt 3 ."? eýW 4. U, + O 1 1 S Y Y p t f 1, kn t ý 19 ries, citrus fruits, tropical fruit and v products, foods and food products, i 'egetables and farm products and kin- s 'dred products of every nature and de- t scription; breeding, raising, buying, c selling, exporting, importing or other- u wise dealing in. mules, horses, hogs, sheep, cattle and live stock of all c classes and descriptions; acquiring, 9 holding, selling, managing and oper- t ating St. Clair plantation, Plaquemine parish, otate of Louisiana; owning, s acquiring the "Goudcau" variety of seedless orange; to borow and loan h money and to engage in any and all kinds of business that a natural per- b son naight or could engage in in the United States, or in any part of the v world, and in such business as the s' board of directors may deem to the advantage of the corporation. ARTICLE III. r Tht total authorized capital stock n of this corporation is Two Hundred Thbusand Dollars ($200,000), divided iot.:two thousand (2,000) shares of f the per value of One Hundred ($100) n Dollars each. Of such total author- o ized -capital stock one thousand h (1,000) shares, . amounting -to ,One Hlundred. Thousand ($100,000) Dol- t lara, shall be preferred stock, and a one thousand (1,000) shares, amount- u ing to One Hundred Thousand ($100,. ti .000) Dollars, shall be common stock... Both the preferred and common t stock shall have the. same voting power in thelgiAtion of offcers and all t elections .requiring the., voting of r stock; dividends, when earned, shall "a be declared iequally among "the pre- r ferred and common stock hoblders, and f without distinction. . The stock shall be paid in cash at, c the time of subscription, or the same 1, may be issued at not less than par, in.payment or exchange for property p or rights actually receiged or pur- e chised by said corporation, or the c 'same may be issued, full paid,. for t money advanced, and for sucI. other c valuable considerations or services as r the board of directors of said corpora- r tion may, determine; provided, that no stock shal be issued until the con sideration therefor has been received by the said cirporation. • In the event of any liquidation or dissolution or winding' up (whether r voluntary or involuntary) of .this cor poration, the holders of the preferred t stock shalt be 'entitled .to be paid in full .the par amount of their shars;, before any amount shall: be paid to the holders 'of the common stock; :lter' the- payments to the hblders of the preferied stock of its par value Sthe, remaining .assets and funds shill. lie divided' and paid to the holders of t the common stock according to their I respective' shares, but only up to the par value, of same, After, the pay ' ment' to both preferred; and:: common stockholdesls :s herb 'previded, the dviC ed gna paid to the ,holders of il oreferred;~d. h oiiim :fra ockequalyl; iand-withoi.distinctiph.or ad;anttge `, Any stockholder may sell; assign or' transferlhis stok' in his corporation' provided 'tyiift (,30) das' prior not(eei of such "itention. to.50ell,; 4ssign -or transier the .same be given .the tomr- . pany, and the otlihbr, stockholdersu thereof phall have tlbq first' rivileges of'purcaisdag amine, 4' the. book valuel thereof, ~ger which thirty days'.no tice Vhe said stock may be sold in Sopen market. ' ' The stttt of iaid o;i poration may .be transfaered atiuer the above con-,; ' ditinn" provido.red h d transfer .be, madei.on the books ofsaid comonpn U, c.rtilcatte ...trlor. No transfer ofi t+ny frackonal part of a share shal. ibe nad*:" '. . . Sthisii erpostiohk shall eomi~ence Thopsa& ,.(-,O000) Dollars of -the - capl stock shall have been sub? -The bd6.r" if direcloras1hti halae th right to dctigit iioa u ach .stock haf .he ,~rjr ~ of.this corn.' <by. ~ ~ ,dlr i0tor ofot l.oss: *pweless 'hTh 1 whatever to elect directors the day named for that purpose shall not dis solve the corporation; but the direc tors then in office, as well as the :offi cers of said company, shall hold over until their successors are chosen. 'In such event the President shall cause another election to be held with in thirty days, and shall give notice thereof as hereinbefore, provided. At every election and meeting each stockholder"shall be entitled to vote for each share. of stock registered in his name, and may vote by proxy. The election of directors shall.be by ballot, and the majority in amount of votes cast, each share of stock voted upon to b, counted for one vote, shall elect the personor persons' for whom they have been 'cast. After each. election the board of di rectors shall elect from their own number the officers of' said company. ARTICLE V. The board, of directors shall have the full power -to fill vacancies: in .their, number, caused .by delth, resignation or otherwise, from among the stock I holders' of the corporation.. The said board shall have full con trol of the property of thinsompany, and shall so . conduct madage "and • use the same as. in. their discretion they deem fit, and that is consistent with the objects of this: company or the welfare.of the same. The said boardj:s further authorized to frame. and adopt such. -by-laws, rules and regulations a the afifdirs 'ahd business o: tlhe Fig~Ooration miay require, and as it .ty:deem `necessary for tho conducting and management thereof; provided, the saine shall not conflict. with this chaxter or with the laws of the. Sate or th United. States. . The said:toerd shall, elect' or ap- I point a: set- etaiy and uch other :offi cers, agent;. eirployeks, -servantts 'and clerks 'as it may.deeip necessary for the conduetingý of the business of :the A . corporation, termn of service, with the right to dismiss ther .at said board's -. pleasure. .. SARTICLE VI. This chairter' ma 'be so changed, modified or ar eded,.. the `capital - stock increased: ol. deereaseid, or .this Scorporation m.ay dkisslve'at,'a general A r meeting of the. itockholders convened .for the purpose. .wi the 'assent• of 1 three-fourths of. tb ;erntire -.capital 1stock, whether' prseidt or'represented at. such meeting,' Ten dnys'' prior rotdeo of: such .fieetiig shall bei . gvie in .ary daily B 'English newip~ape'published in' the city. " - In case of dissolution" or termina. tion of this corpo'.rati, either .by r limitation -of:its chartor or from any Scause,; thd :liquidatien'. f its. affairs shall.be can dw'tecby"jrt o coinniseion Sers ý "s"ctid ., ro - .tg tj- tk1 o ders, SSidi cominmissingerha wt.,! gi. in dated. In' csse of t.hb.death of one or -ijore 'o! s"id T iozifone ' the r survivor or 'turv~ivors ,%iill .ontini, 1" titho.et.' e " a . * .AITJCLE: *Th S.The holdirs of '~al dI n. jpart of a. the shares orf the apitMtltdl of this. corpoiration shalh':.i4oBt1; right. tpim " tien to time ,at their. disceretion to. create.and fori' a *olihi'to ttist. SNo stoekholder. Of. is.corpoe ation shaill ever be held liable or responsible :for the contracts or fnauplts theeof In any furte sum'thn+tnei, iis npaid bal Sane diehetthe company n.- the shlares 'of Mtock subscribed foer ,to.wned by him; nor shall iy inif6r iiy in or Sianlatigan PvO'tle e af 9 render Thg this churthqr :uil, 'o~ of .texposipg oa stltod~oi! r.to any i~fabilit heyend the :icnpaid balance, if .anys, of his :Thus do'aond p..ssed at my nootar h fii officeiun the' .'o f4ew Otles" ". -on,the , 'i. o-•th' ' d y ear , i., ' "": " q..bis ,s-', o " l -: ·th br kr s w ý T~li'-~ j·gg~ c7` LEO UJFFY Successor to APPEL & UlFFY. O Solicits your ship ments of Louisiana Oranges, Mandarins, Grape Fruit and veg etables. O 216 POYIRAS STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WALLACE A. NUNEZ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 314 Godchaux Bldg. Willprac tice in New Orleans, St. Bern ard and Plaquemines. NEW ORLEANS PEREZ & MEVERS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Office 718 Hibernia Bank: Bldg. Telephone Main 1670, practic ing in the Parishes of St.' Ber nard and Plaquemines. NEW 'ORLEANS N. H; NUNEZ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.' . 407 Morris Bldg.. District.,At . torney for the Parishes :o. St. ,Bernrisd & Plaqueminea. Phone ';M, 3378.. Hours 10 to 12 a. m. , NEW ORLEANSs JOHN .DYMO J .: . Oivil L m apeie - ,tice inState and Fdderal ourts. :" · 89 Caromeluet Street : 1 w ORLEANS jAS. WILKINSON, ATTORNEY-AT-ILAW. Is7 Carodilt t Street. F outh Floor. Take Elevator :: :: . NEw ORLEANS R. S. DANIEL,' oeperal Surveyingi 1121 N. ;'Dupr St. New Orleans. :Tel. Hemlock 867. -STANDARD OIL CO. of LOUISIANA. lReprsented by W. . RODRIGGUE, Sub-Agt. WOarehelse jtDotllut's Caual. Phone' Lang Distance, Drtllut's C('l. a- ' 'i expenive db i will·l~ . exei t UqP beusre~lC:· the t ` infs R4 NI vC; ·'·' ~ . ) '4 ·; ·;; :. ` 12 borer' ' A~ r4 ~f~i . r S; .mm St4~ 3·Ji,#* Zo~u. ptp za I. d rf i sIe6 ic*hec~a i~sv ~a6 th epiea~p odwer~la cin. tl? -iu fro u~ IJLt~~ *1'· ~·· .', . ,·. :;~·. i:··:x St. Bernard Cypress Co., Ltd. ARI~I P. O. LA. -MANUFACTURERS Band-Sawed Red Cypress LUMBER, SHINGLES AND LATHS, ° Rough dr Dressed. Special Attention for House Bills. Get Our.Prices. Launch Standard EUG. DE ARMAS. M. 0. BU RAS and M. G. ]URAS, Own e,,er Eng. ae Armas, Mas ters: ..C. t ARMAS, Clerk '' Leaving Wednesdays and Sat urdays 'at 6 o'clock a. m. Wed tiesdays for Port" Eads. Satur days fot Venice. Returning Thursdays and Sundays. Freight received Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays foot of Ursuline Street. t Murray Hill : I Club . Whiskey i.0L LEVI, " Agent. I i The Boliwinkle Seed Co. Ltd. DEALERS IN Flower, Farm and Garden Seeds. 521 DUMAIN ST. NEW ORLEANS. SG. V. GROLEAU i Notary Public. Urange, Truck, .Rice and Wet Lands for Sale. Notarial Wort Solicited in all prts of the Parish. -: " ":' " I AssTnlcron or LANDs ADI SEXAMINER o1 TITLES. I : DIAMOND; LA. I -ni Imlm ina II tC) a _P,---- - Mm ° Funoral Parlor and Stable PHONE ALQIERS 1S. 'Cumberland Contelegm. JOHN A. BARRETT, .. .Undertaker.. CORNER VALLET & PELIOAN AVE. CITY AND COUNTRY ORDERS ALGIERS, LA. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. FIFTIH DISTRcT Of NEW oaLkIM 1H. F. LOCHTE, Pres.; VAL.A. FABIAN, Vice-Pres.; E.W. LocLTrs, Bec.i Tcs. The HENRY LOCIITE & CO., Ltd. Wholeluls GoceI prt WINES and LIQIS:I 319,321, 323 and 325 Tchoupituelas StrUt and ii. 421 lbthez Str it New Orleans, Louisiana. 8peolal Attention Will be Olven to Mail Qrdere _ • . . Jacob Funeral Directors And Embalmers SSchoen Country Business. Solicit And Promptly Attended to & ,nl ' 5194,27-529 lysplma aPl,,ds Aveya New Orleans, Louisiana Phone, Hemlock 1001. : " HEADQUARTERS FOR LOUISIANA ORANGE a JOHN MEYER, Fruit ana Produce aid Genera! Conmmisl .. " Merchant. 218 Poydras Strat, New Orlesas, La S SEED POTATOES A SPECIALTY. Special attention given to preduc.- ship zents' of alM Alad CoriP enee solicited, any reference furnished en applials. ..". ': ":":::":. ':" . .' . ._ . . =. . - - - , .. Occupies a Pre-eminent Position as to Finanlad O;cSui l sTRENOTI H. C. . LDER .ý F PRANK L. Linv S l gt General Agent. Neow Otes ILa. r. ·; ' 3 Wilians RiIcardson Co., Limit I t trs d Jobbers of Dry Goods, Neti.ss, a '," Pýu ishing Sbodo. 209-211*215* - i&a Mgaine Strett. 512 Commina SStreet. #Is (oravir Street. - .. .. . ,.-. ;-'. , i::i:.i: .:;;ii.,.-; :"... ,.. ,..:,. . ; :, ': .; .,;:. :, i . , ; . . '.:7 "