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CHARTER. wi
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
STATE OF LOUISIANA '
PAlRHa or LAFOURCuE.
Know all m'en by these presents wI
that on this First day of Januaay, K
i 9t3, blfiara we, Charlton R. Beattie,
u notary puolic, duly commissioned on
ani quaatlied in and for this parish. TI
and in the presence of the witnesses
Lhercaaafter nawed and undersigned, l
l'ersanaily Camne and Appeat.d: Ia
31aeasrs. Engnai G. Robichaux, Lee co
J. Foret, OUiane E. Peltier, Devillier in
lielqane, .H:st.l' J. Brard anti KIe. hi
her J. Kraus, all residernts of this wi
perish, wh * severally declared, that ti
availing themscives of the laws of it
the state of Louisiana relative to the to
organization of corporations for man
ufactuting ant other purposes, and
especially of Act of the General As
sembly of the siate of LouisianR No of
36 of the se siun of the General As-! he
sembly fair th' year 1888, approved a
June 29, 1948, and being de-irous of fe
acquiring and enjoying the rights, u
priviteges antl taaawera of a body cot- it
porate and politic in law, th..y have P
contract.d :l d ai r-ir. sr.d thy do is
hereby contract and agr.te and bind
them-elves as wc:l as such perso)s as sI
may hereafter become issociated with ti
them ita stoekiio der. of this oarpora- b
tion to to m a body corporate and p
a politic in law for the purposes and ft
objects and under the stipulations tl
and conditions r1nlowing, Luwat: d
ART1ICLK L ti
The name and title of this corpora- tl
tion shall be "The Jetferson Planting t
and Manufacturing Company Limit
ed"; and its dowielle iz hereby de
clared to be in the parish of La
foutihe, state of Louisiana. U
ARTICLE It. s
The objects and purposes of this it
corporation are hereby declared to be
the owning antai leasiln of real and
personal ;raperty; the planting, cu:
tivating and uaaaufacturing into su- 8
gar and other paaductsa .f sugar cane t
and other ciops; the purchase of cane
or syrup and the manufacture of
same into sugar; the evalsration andi
making auto auger anal other piodutis
of syrups or juica's at a price to be
agreed upon; the purchase and sale t
of real and personal pioiaerty and
buildings and factories or peanta; the
purchase, building and oporatting of
railway , tramways, flat-boat or
steamnboat lines at aceessory to and
for the purposes of carrying out the
objects of this corporation; the con-
struction, maintenance and operation a
of all bui!dingaa,fnctories and mach nery
and other things appurtenant to the
business of sugar planting and man
ufacturing and to the business of a
cential sugar factory.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corpora
r, lion is hereby declared to be one
hundred and twenty thousand dollars,
divided into twelve hundred shares of
A one hundred dollars each, all paid up
at the signing of this amt
n. ARTICLE IV.
The business affairs of this corpor
ation shall be administered by a
Board of Directors not to exceed six
in number and not to be lass than
three in number each of whom must
s be owners of one or more abhaes of
the capital stock of the company.
Said board shall be elected annua!ly
on the second Monday of January by
a general meeting of the stockholders
of the com~painy after dais notice of
o'ten daiys given by mail by the Secre
tary to eachs person owning stock as
shown by the books of the corpora
tion, save that the board of directoas
as herein fixed shall hold until the
Ssecond blonalay in January, 1994,
and all boards shall hold over until
i.their successors are elected. A failure
Sto elect directuars feom any cause shalt
not operat- a forfeiture of this char
ter, bat the old bxoard shall hold over
rt and another meeting of the stoc~k
S holders shall be eslled after ten days'
v notice thereof shall have been given
by the Secretary through the mails.
The directors shall have power to fill
__all vacancies occurriug in their num
ber. The directors shall elect from
etheir number a President who shall
also be treasurer, and a vice-presi
dent and a secretary who shalt hold
until their successors are elected. At
all meetings of the stockholders each
share of stock shall be entitled to one
vote to be cast eitlhar in persain or by
Sproxy and all elections shall be by
Sballot tinla'ss the hallot is unanimous
ly dispensed with. Until the second
Mlondsy of January, 1904, the Bosad
of lDirectors shall conesst of the fol
towing persons, who shall hold the
positions fotiowing their names :
iEugene 0. Bobichaux, president and
8treasurer, Lee J. Foret, vice-piesi
Sdent., and Anatole J. Brand, secretary;
Ozeme EC. Peltier, Devillier LCelaune
and Kleber J. Braud.
ARTICLE V.
This corporation shall have and
use a corporate seal, the design of
whieb shall be selected by the board
of directors; and shall have power to
sue end be sued; and legal process
shall be served on the President and
>gb in the event of his absence from the
parish of the company's domicile,
C, upon the vice-president, and in the
absence of both, upon the secretary.
Tlhis corporation shall bays power to
- pua chase, aell, lease and mort~gage
reel and personal property. And this
company shatl have corporate exis
tence for the period of ninety-Dine
years from thIs date.
ARTICLE VL
The Board of Directors shall have
ada general power to supervise and ad
Ira- Iminister the biasiniesa of the corpora
ms tion, and to make all rules and by
taws therefor atit to make all con
tracts said agrt~'feaietd necessary 01
). ittident to the baaiiness and puirposeI
thb of the 'a'' pa. :lan to employ al
Wise to carry out the piirposei of the
corporation, and fix a;1 salaries mnl -
wages of the officers and employee.;
the power to mortgage the teal L.ro
petty anti to pledge the per..onal pr')
;perty of the corporation ioth of
which are hereby granted to the
hoard of d rectory shall be exercised b3
only unao a majority of the full th
Ihoard agreeing and soting for same. of
Three members of the board shall th
constitute a quorum to do husintsu5. Jc
tut no business other than the regu- Jt
lar administrative business of the 1'
company shall be transacted at any r
r meeting unless due and timely notice g
has been given to each director in nu
writing through the mails in sutlicient 01
t time to allow of his attendance, stat- ha
f lug the general nature of the business it
to be transacted.
ARTICLE VIl. m
ta
The President may call a meeting
of the Board of Directors wh -never
- ha' deems it neceP-ary, and shall call
it meeting after giving timevy notice t
1 for the attenaunce of all memher , l
º, upon the written application of a a
- majority of the full board. The jr
e Presid nt shall preaide at the meetd- i
o ings of the direetors; he shalt lie the 0
d -x.'cutive ottlcer of the board and y
a shall carr' out and see to the exeen- h
h Lion of all the plans and wishes of the d
- board, he is empowered to do the a
d purchasing of all feessary supplies t
d for the purposes of the company for c
is the operations of th.e year fu:owing s
date of purchase without advice of a
the board, but can issue no paper for t
a- the company except upon the resolu- I
ig tion of the ditectors. t
ARTICLE VIII.
No stockholder shall be liable for v
any sum b. yondt his subsc itntion aced
shall in no way- he liable for the i
13 debts of they corporation.
,e No mere informality in organiss
id tio) shall have the effect of reniermni
this charter null, or of exposing any
stockholder to any liability beyond t
me the amount of his stock.
lc ARTICLE Io.
of All stock that is transferred most
hd he transferred on the books of th.
b company b *fore the transfer is eff "
, tive. And no stockho der is permit-
(te to transfer any share or shares of
he stock of this company without firat
of offering same to the other stockholder,
Of of the company, who shall have the
ad privilege of bumying same at the parce
he that may be of -red for same by any o-e
else by preference over the p--rson 04
an offering it, and the stock thus bought
pr fr )ti another stoekl.!eler sh:ui he
divided equally betweemi those desir
ing to purchase, if they so wish. Awi
a no sale of this stock to any pers" 'n
not holding stock in this corporati-in
shall be legal without the afor 'sa'd
offer is first made to the other stock
ne holders.
rs, ARTICLE X
of This torporation may be dissolved
uP or the charter may be amended by a
vote of three fourths of the capital
stock of the company, io a meneting
)r- called after due and timely notice has
a barn given in writing for at leest
Nix thirty days to eat h stockholder.
'°t ARTICLE XI.
of Whenever this corporation is di
iy. solved by ltm.tadion or otberw:se, it.
aly affairs shall be liquidated by three
by commissioners to be elected from
ers among its stockhol.lers st a meeting
of of the same convened after thirty
re- days' notice to each stocklioller in
as writing. These li.1uidating coammis
ra- sioners shall remain In office notil
oi5 their functions and duties are fully
the discharged, proviled that this shall
94, not be for more than six month-.
jtil Any vacancy in the number of these
ore commissioners shall be filled by meot
tal ing of the stockholders called for that
ar- purpose after the notice of thirty~
ver days as above wet forth.
ak-' ARTICLE XII.
yen This corporation shall begin busi
ila. ness this day. Thai! vice prescient in
fill the event of the abaciace or inability
mn- to act of the Presaida'nt shail pt rform
'ow all the fun'flions and have .11 the
hall pbowers of the President. And the
:si- board of directors shall provide by
told s'- laws whit the duties of the
At president, vice president, treasurer
ach and secretary shell be, not iucousistent
one with this charter.
by Thns done, passed said signed at
by my office in the town of Thibodaux,
us- La., the day, month and year first
oud above written In the presence of
said Emnite E Riviere and Taylor Beattie,
!ol- two good anil conaeteut witnesses,
the who have saitnai these presents with
es: the parties an'l- tue notary after doe
sad ra'adiung.
ary; Enak' K. Minere*.
une Taylor Bmattie.
L... .1 For**t.
anal j' ieit~..r.
a of A i Wra,.l
r to K. .i ii al I.
cs nuas.roN it 1;.era r.s
and Y.1 .asy Public
he STATE OF LOUISIANA,
thee PARISII OF LAFOIJICHIE.
ary. I, the undersigned authority, do
tr to hereby certify the within and forego
g:age jng to oe a true sad correct copy o1
this the original on file in my office acd o1
its- record in itisellaneous Book No. 7
nine fobis 482 et seq., January 2, 1908.
In Testimony Whbereof,
Witness my hand and the
save La. S. . impiess ot the seal of n.)
ad- ('.~-office, at Thibolaux, La.
or.- tbis 2nd day of January, A. D., 1903
by- P. J. AUCOIN,
eon- D'y. Clerk of Court, er-officio D'y
yor Recorder, Lafourche.
aoees Acting Clerk nuder order and ap
y al pointment Qftbte Judge of thi
Sheriff Sale.
STATE OF LOCl 141ANA,
PARIISH OF ST. LANDRY.
Sheriff's Office Thibodaux,
Parish of Lafourche, La.
TAKE NOTICE that acting under ead
by virtue of a udginent renderid by
the Honorable l'.dward T. Lewis ,Judg
of the 1tth Judicial llistrict of the Stte
of Louisiana, holding session in and for a
the parish of St Landry in the il te
Edward RLeggio Dative Tutor vs. SUna
Johnson Natural Tutrix No. 17M1hIth
Judicial District Court of Louisians ft.
Landry Parish, I will offer for sale at
public auction, pursuant to law to the
last and highest bidder upon the teems
and conditions hereinafter setftoth at El
the Court House in the Town of Thibo
daux,
ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14,1S1,
between the hour of 11 o'clock a. ma. and
4 o'clock p. m. the following described
tract of land with buildings and laa
provements thereon situated in the
Parish of lafourche belonging D. the
minor children of Cleophas torertfile
late of the Parish of St. Landry nasely:
A Certain lot or parcel of land situat
ed on the left descending bank of the
Bayou Lafourche, in the Vacherie Du
gue TLivaudais, at about 25 miles below
the town of Thibodaux, and at aboat V
miles from the Bayou Lafourdhe;.
lot measuring Two arpents in w~h E
along the public Road by Eiigh O
pents in depth and being bo i Ichi
front or towards bayou Latonae by el
lot No. 9 now or formerly the prte Lty
of Rev. P. M. F. Letilly and be'w at
in the rear by lot No. 11 formerly if the
Pugh Heirs, said parcel of lanm
lot No. 10, on the a of saubdi
Uncle Peter Pln mad m s
day of January 1!!a
the office ef theCler S.
Parish of Laoree
the buildings and proeernin
on, subject to all the tghtas o
granted to the purchasers s" loet it
4,,6,9,13, 14, 1, 17, 18adSlsaa ,a
subject to the right of way in pepetui
ty as now established in favor of the
present and future owners of the re.
maining lots of Uncle Peter's plants
tion over ant along the Coteau La Salle,
Collin and Des Mares.
Terms and Conditions of sale namely:
One Fourth of the purchase pries pay.
r able I'ASH, the balance payable infour
Iequal annual installments frma the day
of sale, for which purehasers will be
required to give his prom notes
drawn to his own order and ae in
blank hearing eight per ceut annual
Interest from date until paid, and con
taining a clause for the payment of 10 %
attys. fees, in case they he incurred for -
non payment at maturity and secured
I by special mortgage and vendors lien _
in favor of the holder or any future
holdors of said Notes.
January 10th 19t0.
JAMES BEARY,
t Sheriff of the Parish of Ladourche.
Finds Way to Live Loae. O
The stnrtling announcement of a
Dk-cvcry that will surely lengthen
t life is make by editor 0. H. Downey,
of Churiliusco, Ind. "1 wish to
state," '.e writes, "that Dr. Kings
e New Discovery for Coumainuition is
e the m4t infallible remedy that I have
P ever known for Coughs,. 0ids and
,t Grip. It',, inval tble to peqple with
e weak lungs. Having this wouderful
r medicine no one need dread Piteumo
it ni't or Consumption. Its relief is
u in tit mnd cure etrt:iin " All Drug
n ;.st' goat ntt e evert 50% $1.00
d b ttie, assal gite trial bottles ree.
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NOTli'E.-Positively oo heatiug
:aIowe I o:: my )remlines.t
Tuos J. GutLoor.
Notice.
t Hunting on the Acadia PlaUtation
ii teracs-iti'e!y prohbbited.
22 W. H. Pasca.
Esads Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
e once the remedy that stopped It for
i Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winide, Va.,
ihe writes "Dr. King's New IAte Pills
6. wholly cured me of sick headaches I
n had suffered from for two years."
is Cure Headache. Constipation, Billious.
ii ness. 25c at All Druggists.
11 For Rent.
SAbout one hurdreil and fifty (150)
wtares of land situated at Borut 8in.
st tion La. on the Southern Paclic rail.
tyroad, suitable for osne, rise, and
truck farming. Apply tn
Mas. F. TUKUoDAUX,
17. Amelia P. 0. Ia.
ib "Frr
sokogodefcretSt
i, wHatvt e stok, no. b
agreabl or oos efficient th ep
buyers will not be attracded U
less they know the faai..
of wa sli Ihem to the logst mmbe a
of Iti obvious the ai te e
method of tellingthe h t
the Ithe buyeru of this coammit?
n.y us through the advertinla cc
us. mns of this paper. Ae you
best advantage ?
thais~
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VIRGINIA COLLEGE
for Touna Ladies, Roancke. Va.
Opens Sept. 18, 1911. One of the lea lln
Schools for Young Ladles in the South. New
bolilag., pianos and equipment. Campus tea.
gores. Grand mountain scenery in Valley of
Va.. named fur besith. European and Amern
Gea teachers. Full course. Conservatory ad
la Art. Muslo and Elocution. Sto
tsom thirty States. For catalogue ad
106 P. HARRIS, Presilent. Roanoke, Na.
U8N.... 01
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Dr., Meyer's r:
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Wate r,1
50C. A BOTTLE. s
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of tZS~che pXovitet
O Our Music Store is the central office
for all mnesages of inspiring harrdto
ny and poetic minstrelsy. We are 1
o headquarters for all kinds of w
Musical Instruments
e and musical goods and can suit you
d in anything you want.
b Yours for melody,
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MONTA.DIEE HOUSE.
PHILIP LAG LRDZ, Prop.
,g No. 133 Bourbon Street
OLD NO. 91.
Telephone No. 2W2-11.
Now Orleans, La.
Unaurpassed Acoommodation for
Merchants and Planters.
CLAY KNOBLOCH
at Att'y aand counselor at Law
or Thibodaux, La.
Ies Off'wee:
I Gaude Building,
st. Philip St.
i .l.l. Ja o.
adSeeds, e.
orHa. l n resecre asedo
Sh rtstre t btwee 8L har ps
Jaso Detroets. Ule prtcu.r
'apply at SENTINLa Orvioa.
Wood I Wood!
lur sale first elas eyprese wood,
store lengtk at 61 20 per cord. Good
mizil mood ssiwelemgth at 0P.0 per
Apply to
6 80CUDDAY AND ALLEN PMo.
For Sale.
A complete Househoid outfit, con.
Iaisting of 1 Bmlith & Barnes Pian',
1 6 piece Mahogany Toilet Set and 2
Rattan Rockers; 1 eiegsntly carved
walnut Vactoila Bed Room Set, glass
rdoor Armor, centre Table, 4 cbaire.
'1 Rattan Rocker, 1 Hair and Spring
'Mattrese, piilows, Mosquito Bar,
Wasbatuad Set, etc. and 1 Beautiful
Mantel Cabinet and clock; 1 Walnut
Victorsa Bed room Set, complete with
Mattress, Spring, Bar, pallows, Wash
I stand Set; 1 oitk Victoria Folding bed
with Spring (when closed wsed as a
A Hal Rack.) large mirror in centre.
of I elegant oak 16 . ft. extension
? Table, Side Board, Refrigerator and 6
chairs. 1 Oasolhne Stove, 1 Katches
isSafe sad Table; Mattings, Carpets,
aRugs, Curtains, Shlades etc. etc., every
thing to make a splendid Household
Equipment.
For further particulars, apply to
I~A. J. Taowu
8 hmpire Hotel.
Bank of Lafourohe,
w w w E?~i gSýi JL~t.$t
Capital Stock $25,000. Surplus $25.000
Designated Depository for
funds of Parish of Lafourche
and Town of Thibodaux.
S...... OFFICERS: ......
A. .1 HR AUD, President, K. J. BRAUD, Cashier,
C. J. BARKER, Vice President, P. F. LEGENDPE, Asat Cashier
...... DIRECTORS ......
L. A. BLOUIN, D. DEI4AUNE, Dr. T. STARK,
.. N. ROTIl, JOHN T. MOORE, Ja., Va. L. E. MRYKE
C. J. BARKER, A. J. BRAUD, U. K. BEATTIN,
h AALCIDE TOUPS, K. J. BRAUD.
_ ~~'" Does a General Banking Business
Buys and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
Southwestern Louisiana
y 01
Industrial Institute.
St-LAFAYETTE, LA.
a- E. L. STEPHENS, - . President.
Na. A State Institution for the Iastruction of both sexes In the Arts. Seleness,
- Manual Training, Domestic Science and Commercial Branches. Oerws ave
ax sat study, rqauirng one, two, three and four years for complatbas,
foflmws
1. Commercila Course. $. Manual Tralalag d~ele.
3 . Stenography Course. 4. Abemwssel Rdmaggs
6. Aendemie Course.
Requisite for Admission- 14 years or older; satisfactory examination in
Grammar Grades branches, including arithmetic to percentage and Elemen
tary Geography and History.
Handsome new buildings, commodious and modern to appointments.
Equipment full in all departments. Healthfulness exc llent. TUITION
FREE. Necessary expenses very moderate.
Splendid new brick Dormitory for young iadies, with all modern equip
ment and conveniences. iron single bed for each student. spacious and well
furnished bedrooms, heated by steam and lighted by electricity; filtered water
-ý from city waterworks for bathing, pure rain water for drinking and cooking.
Apply in advance for board. Young min board in private families at $10 to
' $12..50 per month.
Second Annual Session Opens Wednesday. September 17th. 190!.
2 Catalogue sent on application. For further informationwrhte to
V. L. ROY. Lafayette. La
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Invaluable as a lnknent for family
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Can be taken internally or externally, and is warranted to be Ia
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