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Miss Susie W:alters spent tLe c, e Tk withb \lis Nits G,-trdia. TI . lt R-Ak. t at thl. Op)pra IHust. gn Jleu. 14,11. 1903 tri 31r" Jun. 'WXAw. .r retr,ned from Cm S..w ()'.;aits gst NWed::sd.'.y. tp ,Miss C.l'hr CrcirIon returned iWednel.d:.1 :+., i I. ,ckpor:. ,we Mr. Thlo',dle Tounps. of the Bour- he gPoi Sett!'e)ilut was in town T'ae-- C day. T Mr. Chain. FoLter, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is gePst at the hospitable home of lion. T. A. Badeaux. I Mr+. C' l,nwireuix is etierlainin, b' r 8 r. "ts!i E '-t v l'i,',n of lur- ' d:a'i C.'y1t .i IMr. ,. ('..,;ih rt., Jr, of Ciowlc i spent thv bh. iaylys with his fauwi y M A town. of Mr. Z'ljhrin Toups, Jr. of Ariel in was hi re on bulsiess on New Year's ('I eve. I h Mrs. Philip lagarie, of New Or-ti leans, sj. lt ('lii lllstnui at the hove (of her f.Ither, Mr. E. N. Both. It I\\ Our tl hk-i iare tin1e to the Mrvir 1r ])rug ýtoie and to tIh! I.sfitn:chel !I ])i'ig Store for heittiifttl catleuiia'e. Nrs Frank Bailker and childreniil aico aiiell)nId by Miss lHeleli HBiik,*r. all of New tIlil,:ins, atteniid'dt theI funeral of Holn. C. J. BUrker. Prof A .1. liy ,ia l wife ltlurn Il e dulringi the week fr.m New lt,,i:,it \1 where they had gone to .epenid Cilt I was. 1( lrs. A. B. I)antin, returned lto lier Ioro' in Alexain i iii tn Ist Molay. wIh.t we.r necnomlpiani' I y her <lahlih- ,. 11ur, Mrs. C. P. An-l'. D)r. and Mrs. Ilaigre anid .Hies Lillie l I)aigre o Tl'liboilaux were theI gm sts ji r pf .lrs. Aulhin Houng Christinii.s yI." h -Terrehoune Times. t Mr. Thos. S. Burbank. the popular ]i drummer, spect sometime in ti,wn this week visiting hlI nln'uiiLrlot friends. t Mr. Richard Watheni, Jr., of Ion aldsonville, is enjoying a tle:iCant t stay in our town. tie is the guest of Mr. Eugene C. Rt,biehanx. Mr. T. P. Bergerou after a ile:tsant *tas in our midst the guest of his mother, Mrs. Lodger Berg',rotn. re el t 'wrne to, sid home in Crowley on la t, Saturday,. h Rev. Francis Badeaux who ctme l here last Moonlay on a visit to hisa ei parents, Zlon. and Mrs. Thos. A. Ha i deasu, returned to Plaqcemine Wed- u gesday. u Muas Oertrn4e Stevens after a p'easant stay of several week's dora tton, the guest ,of Miss Wille Bsber, returned to her home in Missouri during the fore part of the week. The home (,f Mrs. C. P. Shaver wai the scene of a large gathering of friends on New Year's eve, who as iembled to bid farewell to the dying year and to welcome the New Year. The preliminary trial of Chasn Martin, the Italian who sometime ago shot Roger Sargeast was held last Saturday and resulted in his being denied hail. Miss Marie Kelly, the stenographer for the New Orleans and Southwesterno lailroad returned during the middle of the seek from New Orleans where shie had gone for the Chillstmas holi. d:iya A quiet wedding took place at the I Empire House last Saturday evening The contracting parties were Mr. F. L. Butrrilesux. of Lo.knort and .liss tecile lebert. jof Lafiyet tc. The matri:r e waS to have teen eehbrated at Lsfay,tte and the groom wvs eu route thither when hlie was taken ill at the Elmpire Ilouuw; hel immediately appri4ed his fiance of his misfortune and she met him here. Jtev. Father Ravoire performed the i ceremony. We are sorry to learni that the groom is still confined to Ihis room at the hotel and we hope that he will soon recover. -- -- * ~-- Nw C.ntury Oomfort. Millions are dally finding a world Qf comfort in nocklen's Arnica Salve. It kills pain from Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Bruises; conquers Ulcers, and Fever Sores; cures Emtptions. Salt Itheum, Boils anudl Felons; removes Corns and Warts. Be*t Pile eclre on earth Only 25: at All Dt uggist. Mr. Willis Hobson, the assistant overseer on the Waverley Plantation. sustatled palihful inilries last Satir day night. lis left hanId wr.s caughbt in the Uaahnery of the holster and was badly mangled. D)r. Stark who dressed the wqund found it necseary (i amputate one of the finger-. How's This ? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re. w.trl for :lnv case of Catnrrb that anlinot bq curd Iby Hall's Catarrh Cure. F J. Cshr.'r Co, Toledo, O. We, Ihe ui.lnersaiagu bave known '. .1 Cshroa for Ite lastu 15 yeare, sad benrple hiin psrfasti honor'alle ia all hustuj eas triaUseoois land I.an. . I; la ahe to ory out any Lbb;l:l i: i- n ylte fy th-lr ftrm. i \'::sT & Taraz' , Wholhsal' l1ruggists, '. t . , . \t' ID1iNs , KIIIAN & MAaN'., Wh:,le .... *l ir'i ' ist- Toledo. O. iluI'R C('starrh Cure is taken inter:. ::, ,ieLtUly (lisctlv upL the h',t,wl .: wvtuai sUatliu's of the iystri m. -¶ ijistljllsL 'elu f'ee. Pt tee J5c ti: tilllei. So dy a! y Drugtist. 1rtsamcre. (,f U.,mna, .pent Newl Years day with .!rs. 31. Springer. C Mi. Willie 1,obtell returned on T'hurs~aly fro:n Cowlhv where he had gone (:n hus-iUe-J. 1 r. Ad :ph Braud :and :ittle (augh ter, Alice, of New U le:ns, spent knar Christmas in our mridst vis;t:ng re;a, ma, t-,es. lapt A nu!mber of our young peoplet usu were delightfuliv entort:.,nid at the tht ho.pittabe hbme of Hon. H. N. day Clulon on last We.tin ,j:hly evering. tho 'Thte watchtl the (Od Year l;de out pIlol anil wWeiewe the New Year in. tio inldi \\'hile shooting fireworks on Christ his was day LeT, Leendre, a bon of lMr. CtL E. .1. I.egmire. met with .t painful u' accidlent which may cause th. lo-s of the one of hi, eyeci. Tihe injury was in- he eltel bIy a i:g- C(:anim, cracker. IL h Mr. H.ri,:s Cithuvin, recently of son AtbtevilIe, i,:l., spent a few days in and our wmidt. the guest of his brother Lia in- lw iiut sist.r, Mr. and Mrs. Miguel her ('a p la. From here he visited his wel lbrothers, A!ride J. and Albert Chanu to I l\in near Ariel. of Tihe S ntinel sympathizes with Mr. w,1 and 11rs. Adulie BH:gr who l:t fail Weidne,ay b:el the tmlfott"'iLe of aec lo-ing thir i ita:t son aged 14 ru, mo.ili. Th.renu.sina wrte rought here from 11,ii ii on New Ye:iis day ( d tl were interlel in wSt. J.oieph's I ('a 'holi Ceimet ry. the Amnontg wll known p iri-hiner4 Ac who v iltc, our town this week we !it tii ed .Messr. Pan'r Thib, i it. eir W ellitc t 'n lich-u, Paul -'tt. lac I he ildl.eniLerg. It otmast". r at I, fol r it' lie , ll'as :. J:,lhn l . lh)urget,,ts awl el, IIl: ')r. Theophile Tlhii,,lax, chief 1 ,,ntý swherilf. anl .Mrs. Thibhl.ux, h; :it, ,laoihteri, N1iM Louise an, \lis' o .ibia peit the 'hriitmna ht ilts pal in New ()rleainis at the h,,sita:re fol home of Capt. and )IMr. E. A. llotatd. tnk the son i, laiw aInd d(laughter ofut M1r. and Mrs. Thibodlaux. rill I:. I)tnaIs t4 ,now l,,cted o0 St. Ir 'I illip str.,t in the ('co, n t Iui:ding. FIt reitai ii,, 4of Watches. ('lo,.ka and S:wing Machiines ,any!. If you have cot anything in hbis line he wilit e glad bli to hivat you call. rices reasollable. A. 1 . J. Attention is tl;etel to tlh. jtat:i crly stateltlIs of the IBan:k (if Thibodaux, anti of the B. ink of I.afolrclhe, printed elsewhere in the Sentinel's coumns la to day. ''hesetwoeterling institutions (ie have bee'i ii .g a splendij busiless ter during the year just passed and Ki especially during the last quarter as will appear by couLalting the state- l ments. They begin the new ye:ar m under very favorable circumstances. Co We wish them a prospersous New Vi Year. fl Stet Willswoo l's New Owners - 'Take Charge of the Important LouiiTana Sugar Estate. B In the next few days a new plant- At ing 2ompanv will be organiz d for t the puris"c of man.ging the affalls I of the Willswood Plantation, in Jef ferson Pariah. This plhantation, of D, 2,1400 acres, was owned by Schmidt oº & Ziegler, and was consideted one of or the finest pieces of property in the K« State. The machinery in the refinery cu was one of the handsome exhibits at the Cotton Exposition, held here in 1884, and was purchased after the E close of that explosition. A week ago the plantation was in purchased from thi eatate of Schmidt ' & Zeglehr for $120,000 cash by Kio bloch & R-inoll, for Mesiss. E.G. Rolbichaux, Presidlent of th. Bank (,Of Thilnodaux; D. )D..·'ae a.| A. J. 0. aBraud, of the Bank of L:aflourche th K. J.1. Bland, (. E. I'Peitier :nid !e. J. w F,,ret, all leadig planters oa Bayou Lafou rche. The plantation Isa .r ady in the hands of the new owners, al(d . J.. Foret will hlie the reguar lmaunager o Safter the company has been formed. Mr. Theodore Schmidt, eon of the t late W. B. chuuanlt, who has beeu mansaging the plantation for some , y'ears, will become a p!anter in Cuba. L --P'icauyune. o SThe SENTINEL extends congratula. tions to our worthy townsmen who F have ventured forth ,n a new direc r tion and wishes them all the success Sthey deserve. It has it from good authority that their purchase is an excellent bargain, to which our form er towusman, Mr. Earle Kiobloch, contributed i,, a m,,aure by negotiat - ng the transactiou; in fact. we have t been assured that an offer of a profit |of $40.000 on their purchase has been made ani;d refiised, which ini itsilf slaows what kind of bargain hIas fo hen made ,y our frienus. P The Old Family Remedy DR. DAVIS' SCompound Syrup Wi!d Cherry and Tar b. hial.ly bltmd;. of thi ('rrltr alld the Plw. II tI.c e,. ATl .STIA, I.1 FUFI;I:NZA. BRO:;CHI TI. ItROC'P. WVIOOPING 'OCOUH, P1ALPITATION OF TIlE HEART. (s eiti and $lt1.00 B ettle. At dnarts Ii 'nd niwdiuee daier. Capt. Jack postpoaed from Jan. 6,J o .Ian. 14. - - A Wise Woman. The ruoch adversied and well I uowt, ulus c.!l fa:tic' "A Wise Wo tan," appeared at the Opera House 1 a-it TrIts'la.r, autd pleased an un-! isuallv large atlionce con iderttg ;ht nery incl*.meui weather of that lay :nl'i the day preccding. The plty hough ilot ,.onsi-tiog of an" d1eep .iot, was far siperior to any attrac- ton of it' kind yet seen here. Every 1 .ndividlual in the east is al artist toi is lite. Miss Alice lieer to her I Loon Oddities elicited well desrrved .pljlause, while Gale S:itttalee had 1 Lhe entire house to laugh when ever t be ft't disposed to iallgh. Paul I ta,.ll imp,,sonated hy Job 1 FcrgaI 3ont wa. .I1 that con id be aked f,,r, md la.t lhut not Ira-t .Miss Marie lainu.'t" c':It!v:m.t'l h r atldien(e from her fit!s a; 'aranIce, receivlu :a wtars welcome, ialv prllolt r lcrst'f equ:al to the pa:rt. Th pt:: in the h1aung( of avtlrthlog bu t a lirst clas~ company Twould iove :ii t tltter utn I iid siti failura, bat with tht. presentl ab'e and accolniiIth..d :urti.ts it bids fair to run Lucei-faluT for several seasons O)n 'et":n. iday evenilng .Jan. 14th, ht, lpromtiin!'lt A.n:th'nrs of this tity, their will hi given that beautiful 3 Act Ctoinelv I 'apt. Racket, the ip ,-ra House Iwing the iteaeficiarry. 'Thit -erv ici of l ra. .la"y O(rven Flantil-tin, iheors,.f t thlntvid Ac'res4 ai' .ulis'i ltani) ha:ve bti n sciicred to direct ti-, ,eli,.aroi's ii all i.:ln I.' as.illid of an uristi,: and ti, [gd .:.rfornan e.. sp;ii'tileS hl tWes th:i Acts aid Rth' F.in:z:ti .t would.itfu little :) Ve:i o1 rtliste will bIc ount of the litih' parti.uliir stars of tlh" evening. Th.' following xell klown .Alttiurs will take (art. 3Misses Paulilne LDainereati and ('or rine AyVock, 1 rs. (':rl 1o tiu anti .Irs. 'l:tv Orv 'n F:,nagan and lin.iy F'lanauatn. .qtl sar4. 1'. .i. Attic in, Ch::s. All coin, L. I!. Laneaster. V"olney Kilo ,ilichl, Notb*rt 11 >th, Philip Naquin. A. J. Ti one, 1lr. 11. S. Sinithll andl Dr J. L. D)rexler. - - *--..I•4 - - The Sacret of Long Life. CoIniists in keeping all the main organs of the ho ly hi h,,althy, tegai lar action, and in quicky ilestroying deally ldic Isel genus. ,iuctric l.t ters rtgnlalte Stonmach, Liver an I Kidne s, pulllity the blood, and give ·i aplid:ld appetite. They work w.il detrs in curinig Kidntey Troubles, Fe male Compilaunts, Nervous Diseases, Constip;.tion, Dyspeplsa, and Malaria. Vigorus health and strength always follow their use. Ouly 50c, guaran teed by All Druggists. STATEMENT of the ('ondition of tie BANK OF THIBODAUX, OF TIll BODAUX. l,A. AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 26. 1902, Report furnished to the State Banik Exam Iner of state HBnks by Hank of Thilxtlaux for the quarter endiug Ik-". 31,. Itr. RESOURCES. Demand Loan ...................... .. t.000.l0 Loans securt-d hpby Mrtgage ...... U6.74.14 Other Iloans and discounts ............ .3.4t20 Overdratfts unsecured. .............. r 1303 Other Hond. stock5 . Securities. etc.. t946.26 Banking ilouse I'urniture & Fixtures 13,71s.tl Cash an I sight exc.................... i1(t,7T11 Total, s481,60.l.l9 LIABILITIES. Captial stock, paid in..... ..... ... $0.000.0t) SuIrplu.......................... 18,.00O Undivided profit., less expenses and taxe, paiiL ..... . 8.447 Inlivtdu:ll deposlts not hearing Int. 372.r9it.t0 (:ertiitria or deposie t bearlnar Int... 13.i0O0.u0 NoUt- anti Hills rTCiscountd ......... 3,In0.00 Tot al 4t1,OL.00W STATE OF IAlISIANA, PARIti ( AFitUCiltCfE. 1. 1-. G. ichtith , P'rehsiteni, and [. '. P'. Sh:ivir. 'tlia'r of the attiwe named iutlnk, do t:rcbhy as. trlnly sweatr that the for g',tmir statement is I'trw anti correct wo the best of my knotwlevtlge ,il tan lilef. ( titn tIo ton tlltrtb( ltt*I before me L S -thiis atl diity of it;t. I:rC. I - ) i,. F. t.'AILLoU1T. Noitry 'ubllc. oFFICIitS: E. G. Itobtlcaux, P'nsltlent. 0. Naqu:ni, V. Pies. E. U. M trvant, V. Pres. C. P. Sharer. Ccisiei.r. P. T.. itauid, As.islant atthler. P. A. E xgerran, 2nd tl Asislt4ut (tasier. Di RE(TOIRS" E. G. Rohichaux. C. P. thaver L. A. T'riclasir, P. L Braud L. M. llt.1 iul:n. E. Hoier, E. U. Morvmat, O. Peltier, O. Iinluin, Tiros. BlorTy W.H. Prtee. Report to the Btate Bank Enmiei Sof the financial condition of the BANK OF LAFOURORI OF THIBODALX. LA. FOR QUARTER ENDING DEC. 21, 1902. tmrcAN UUsIe[sS AUGUSt 2a, lieT.) RESotU R(' ES. Cash and sight Exchange $132.B4t.19 Demand Loans ............ !m.,4tiN) Total 3188.262.1 Lcans and tlsi:otnnt 2tl9.4u1I.6 PanI i t'r; . ,afurcbh Drailage. Bonds 9,t4 0 Rteal esLtat, Furmltur. anot tlitues 11.8"79.12 jOverdraft's, ccutied an4:d nsccured 4,~.d.9 TitAl 4!'3,676.0 LIABILITIES Capltal stock 26.000.00 Surplus ;eluo. tUncivided profte net .tlil.517 352,481.5 D-msnd Deposit 3ijits " Di4d5 pl.yable aEllti Dividends tnupald e8.c, TIotal rSi,56., 1. Kleber J. Brand, Cashler of tbo abor lunamd ~ark io toletllly swear that th i foregoig st.,temi nt is true and correct, , i tle beat ofl my knowltdg il anl tlief. LLLBERl J. BAI'D. Cash rICe , Swrn to and ait.acriued betfor .. i 10', thIi undersianed authorst S this 2il day of January 1t151 IU. N. CuoLoM, Notary L'ubli, OFYICUKIS: : A. J. IltAtC. I Fre'ident. li.e Presiden K. J. BltAUi. P. F. LEOGESD ;C., l t, tr. Alst. tCaShiC I BOARD OF DIRECT't8t : L. A. Illotin, U. I. icattle, I A. J. BraiUtl Jot . . Miror., J Dir L't-. Stark, F. I. l .a ,,rLe. . J. TL. .N. Ruth. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, tL STATE OF LOUISIANA, p. PaRISH OF LAFOURCHE. w Know Ell men by these presents h# that on this First day of January, or 1903, before me, Charlton R. Beattie. l a notary public, duly commissioed TI and qualified in and for this parish c( and in the presence of the witnesses lei herein ifter named and undersigned, I l Personally Came and Avpeasr.d: c0 Messrs. Eugene O. Rohichaux, Lee rm J. Foret, Oseme E. Peltier, Devliier hi Delanne, Anatole J. Br:.ud and Kle wi her J. Brand, all residents of this Ii puri.h, who severally declared, h.tbat i availing themselves of the laws of to the state of Louisiana relative to the organization of corporations for man ufacturing and other purposes, and of ,'e sleisly of Act of the General As- bt s.mnbly of the state of Louisinna No a 31; if the eession of the General As- fo seanmly for the year 1888, approved 1, lJune 29, 188, and being desirous of iM a:.quiring sai enjoying the rights, Pi privileges aln powers of a lbody tor- in pIrate an hite~tc in law, they have es contxaet agiped and tbh*y do oh h..rehy contract and agree and bind ti( thim,et'es as we l as uuch persons .s bc may heirfter beco'ne associated with P' th inm :s stockbo:ders of th;s corpora- fo lion to form a bodly corporate and th I'o itic in law for the purposes anti d" o',jects and underr th: tipulatiulations t anl cnmlitions following, towit: th ARTICLE 1. ti. The name andl title of this corpora tlih shal he "The J-fferson I'lanting and , gl laulnlfcturilg Compay l:inllt- ai '..; aud its doumicile is herehby de-. it e;.ireil to be in the parish of La- di fourche, state of Louisana. ARTICLE 11. it The b,lj cta and purpose. of thti Itl co,r,ioratlion are hereby lechlar'ed to be at the owning tan leasing of real and tl ,per:.oual property; the planting, cul tivatlng and manufacturing into su gar and other products cf sugar cane I1 1and other c.op.; the purchase of cane Ci o.r syrup and the manufacture of ti same into sugar; the cvapoiration andti In iking Into sugar and other prolucts st of syups or juices at a price to be 01 :agreed upon; the purchase and sale 0o of real and personal property and I) buildings and factories or plantt; the tl purcha.se, building and op-rating of el i:ilwayvs, tramways, flat-bo:t or o sle.nmboat lines as :ccessory to aud I for the'purposes of carrying out the d objects of this corporation; the con- struction, maintentance and operation n of buildings, factories and mInchineryv and other thigs appurtenant to the husiness of sugar planting and man- " ufacturing sad to the business of a 1l ccutial sugar fa,'toiy. ARTICLE III. The c pit-d stock of this corpora- 0 tion is tl*by declared to be one hundred and tweuty thouand dollars, s divided into twelve hluudred shares of c one hundred dollars each, all paid up at the signing of this act. t ARTICIE IV. The business affairs of this corpor atiohn shall be a.hnlinait.-reCl by a Board of Dire;ors not to excc:d six in number and, not to I,e less tha C ' three in number each of whom must be owners of one or more share= of the capital ito'k of the comlpay. 4 Said board shall be elected annuitly X, on the second Mlonlay of Janua,.ry by a general meeting of the stockbhuidcrs of :he company after due notice of ten days givenby mail by the S.cre tary to, eacti person owiing stock aNs Sshown by the books of the corlpora ] tion, save that the boar-i of (direc:oi. r as heret fixed l,:l hod until the Ssecond jloulay inl Jaiuary, 1904. and all bo;aid- abalI hol I over ilti, th tir succe' -o s :ur. il. ct,.d. A fatIur' to elect di',ctLi I f, eln any cu .-t I. Snot optr:it a fii,,iitute of Lths et-irr ter Le, olt the il·l Ihiarid Jshl!l hId o,, t ctan adanotlher micetilng of the stock hoidelrs shall be calted aft. r ten day&' niotice thereof ebhll have been given .. hy the Secretary through the mails. The directors shall have power to fil all vscanciesa occurriig in their num *ber. The directors shall elect from their nambelr a Piresident who shall also be treasurer, and a vice-presi r dent and a secretary who shalt hold d, tuntil their successors are elected At all meetings of the stockholders each * share of stock shall be entitled to one vote to be cast either in person or by orprozy.and all elections shall be by hblls) eigs t1e hallot is onanimous ly dipensd with. Until the second otenday of January, 1904, the Board E of Dliretors shall consist of the fol sowing persons, who shall ho'd the positions ftilowing their names: Eugene 0. Rohlchaux, president aoI tre.tsurer; Lee J. Foret, vice-ptesi- denlt, and Auato;e J. Brand, secretary; Ozeme . Pelhier, Dcviliier Pelaun' and Kleber J. Brand. .t ARTICIE V. This corporatin) shall have and use, a cororate seal, the design of which shall be selected by the board 0 of directors; and shall have power to sue and be sued; and l-gal process shall be served on the Presldent and In the event of his abseoce from the a parish of the company's domtcile, upoo the vice-president, and in the on abeence of both, ,upon the secretary. SThis corporation shall have power to Spurchase, selt, leass aztdt mortgagt real and personal uL operty. Ai this company shall have corporat.e exis yr. tence for the period of ninety-nine re yearn from this date. ARTICLE VI. ic. The Bosid of D)irectors shall have geaeral power to supervise and ad minister the businesa of the corpora tion, and to make all rler s andi by 'r'.laws therefor aid to make nil coo- tracts and agrcemleots necessary or Jr. incident to the bu-la's l.nl(l pLIurp(,s of this company and t(, -min;,Y all labor either ;kile ,.:r C :ca; or ,thie. colporationl, anid fix a.l -t ,iares and wages of Ith-- o!icwr- :.1 n iu ".... the power tt' m.rt..:.,t t :itl re- perty of the crl-pooattoua both of which are herehy granted to the board of dire, tors shall te exerci-ede only upon a majority of ithi full hoard agret! itig and votiing fIr siane. Thre' Inetlie'rs .of the leitard slha: contllltute s. qu'iruin to Io bhusties, Ilet niu buiisiness otliher th In th. * ;:, - lar adnllltl.rlative bus': of t,! :Oitopaiiy shall be trsi-..td :t en . mnecting U:less due at. i t::;: 'Yl: 'r iris ibeen given tip eC:. I dii 't t',r int writing through the mai's in anllicient lime to allow of his atten I lce., stat ing the general nature of thI Liiu Siessti to be trausacted. ARTICLE VII. The President may iatl a meeting )f the Board of LDirect:ors whenever e' deems it necessary, and shall c ili a meeting after giving timely notice [or the attentlance of a!! membler , upon the written application of a majority of the full board. The President shall p,rieddi at the meet ings of the dirctors; lie shall he $hc rxecutive officer of the board and !hall carry out and see to the execu tion of all the plans and wishes of the board, he is empowered to do the purchasing of all necessary supplies for the purposes of the eotnmpany for Lhe operaitious if th e year fo!owing ji late of purchli-e wilt out alvi,'e of the biard, but .an i-.suei no, piper for the company except upon the resolu- i Lion of the dirtetors. ARTICLE VIII. No stoeklir,lchr shal il t liTultle for any sum ib -yotit his suiil.r''iitio ii aed it shall iu in) way be liable for tlhe hit bis of the corpotlatien. No mirle info,rmualimt ill or_+niZl lion its I have' th <'ff. ' t of rnileinn this c:hartr null, or of Eexposing any stockholter to atiny li:ability beyond the amount of his stock ARI'ICLE IX All stock that is trausacted must the transferred on the books of the company before the transfer is effec tive. And no stockholder is ptrmnit ted to transfer any share or shares of stock of this company without fist offering same to t he other stockholders of the compalny, who shall have the privilege of buying same at the price that may be off,.red for same by any one else by preferenlce over the p-,rsin so offering it, and the stock thus bought from another stockhoilder shill te divided elua!;y lietwecn those desir ing to purchas', if they so wi h. And no stile of this stock to any person not hohling .t',ck ii this corporation shall bie legal without the aforesaid offer is first made to the other sto:k holders. ARTICLE X. This norporation may be dissolved or the charter may be amended by a vote of three fourths of the capital stock of the company, in a meeting called after due and timely notice has b*en given in writing for at least thirty days to each stockholder. ARTICLE XI. Whenever this corporation is dis solve lb y limitation or otherwise, its affairs shall he liquidated by three cotuwmi.sicners to he eleeted from among its stockholders at a meeting of the same convened after thiaty dayb' notice to each stockholder in writing. These liquidating comias sioncrs shill remain in offlee until their functions and ditties are fully ,lisecharge.l, provi-led that this shall not be for more than six month-. Any vcancey ii the nunlbber of thes, oomotissiomers shalil be filled by meet ing of the s'ockholders called for that i irpose after the notice of thirty) daiys as above set forth. SARTICiE X[[. This coroor.tti.n shall bigia busi fls·i t!h:a dtay. The vice presi.ent in It he event if the absence or inability tip ,:t of the President shall pirform all tiht fun:tions anl have all the viowers of the President And th. board otf directors shall provide by ny-laws whiat the duities of the presideat, vice president, treasurer and seve'ary shall be, ntot incosistent with this charter. rThus done. passed and signed at my offlE:e in the town of Thitlodaux, La., the day, molth and yv-ar first above written in the pres..nce of Eniie E Ritviere and Taylor Beattme, two g~od and competeimt witnesses, who have signed these piresentE with the Iparties an I me notary after due reading. IWittasses: (Original Signel) SEmile E. Itivtere. Taylor Benttie. E (G. Rob.ehbnllx. Lee J. Foret. 0. E. Pelter. A J. Brtnud. Ii. Delaune. K. J. Braud. C(HARLT;ON R BErTlE , Notary 1'Pblii. I STATE OF IOUI IAN., f I'ALIiI lOI LAEOlit II l. i I, the liiid rsig;.ted :tuth ,:;3 , ,o , her ly cert.fy th2 wi:h:' adii. fn:ngo * itg to )e a ,rIi~ icil tlcret c~iip if I the <.rig!nll om fi: in mn li" e ard of ' record in Miscellaneoums Book No. 7, folios 482 et seq., January 2, 1903. e In Testirnmouy \\hcieof, r. ( Wittness toy hand and the 0 l.S. impress ot the seal of n.y , oftice,, at Tmibodaux, La., this 2ndl day of January, A. D., 19073 P. J. AUlCOIN, e D'v. Clerk of Court, ex-ofleto lD'y. Recorder, Lafourche. e Effective Jany. 4th, 1903, al] - Southern Pacific Passenger trains Swill enter and leave Union dlepot - -onward \\'v.ntle :ii(l Siutl!i italumart -- stc. t, New Oricatia, Lia r t'. B. EIlA IS ,r / Ii: (;Get fat o, Ton,-Touiquie buy : , tot'te at Thib'.aux DLug Store. 1 Are the Three Strong Points on which BOSTONIAN $3.50 SHOES IAVE BECOME FAMOUS. The line is now ready for your inspection. Ellis Braud's Sons . L. LOBIELL. Pres. - P.R. PERCY OSEPII CL \IUDET V-President. 8ecy-Treasurer The Iiobdell l ersy @o. L 2vITS D Wholesale Dealers Comrnission Merchants. Near 8. 1'. Railroad Depot, Thibodaux, La. es fjot anid seiseaii WIsrir, < Orders For Car-load Lots Solicited.J Sugar Planters order- given special attention for Grain and Hay. Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. jOh! Have You seen the beautiful and large assortment of !Winter Goodsj AT lH. Riviere &Co They make a specialty Sin Black Goods and Wais tings. Call and Examine our I Immense Stock SH. Riviere & CO. CDw)A, RI) ADEAIX. JOHN A. WAGNE Badeaux & Wagner - Manufa:tmers Agent.s for - C4NDIEs, CAKES 41D CI7ACKER TEAS, SPICES,BAKING POWDERS, EXTRACTS, OLIVE OILS, VINE GAllS. PAPER BAGS, & MATCHES. Th:bouAux Tiel'houe 109, C',mbell nd TelIphooe SMain Stroeet, Thi1odratl7.