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13th ANNUAL ST4WEMENT
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.
loans and Discounts 165.8814.,
Due from Býnks and Bankere - - 4,761,13
('ash i in Ban- - - -15.471,80 - 48.232,18
Bank building and ixtures 6-.-0.47
Other Real Estate 531,9
Capital stock paid in - - - - 40,00.000
Undivided proits, net 9,o2.Ua - 50.094.23
Deposits - --115.105.42
Dividend Unpald 2,0,00
Bills Payable 4- 0.000.1
R. MARTIN, i'rhsinlt,
". '. (; UILitI'.A T Vic,-1'r"sident.
ALBEIT IIIENV.NU. (', hier.
MABRTIN DUC'IEST. Asst. ('ashier.
R. MARTIN, F. T. GUILBEAU,
J. B. LEVERlT. L. J. ARDI)EMAL.
W. 1. 11'OZINE, F. ROUti8EAU,
SALEIIRT HI ENVENU.
Your aecoun solhcitdl.
We canv)fer our c*tomne.rs the tha.t o.f Inu4,king aceommslations, consistent with
safe, anil conservative Banking.
.• OULOU DUCHAMP. FRANK DUCREST.
DUCHAMP & DUCREST
Take Pleasure in announcing to their Friends and
the Public in General that they have opened their
1 with a full and complete stock of Hardware, Furni
ture, Crockery, Saddlery, Perfumeries Stationery, 0
j1 We have a complete new stock and invite all to !
come in and look at our Goods and get our Prices.
Your visit will be highly appreciated.
D)UCHAMP & DUCREST. .
LOCAL NEWS. b
A 1 Vinegar 25c per gallon at ,
Louis F. Gary. h
Mr. V. A. Ledoun x'isited Lake
Arthur and Jennings this week. ri
-Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dncrest
spent Tuesday visiting relatives in
Breanx Bridge. *
Miss Engenle Robin of Opelon
sas is visiting bhew brother here, s
Mr. AkLee Robin. i
--At Ducham!, Feed Store you
will flnd gasoline wholesale and (i
-Mr. and Mrs. Manrice Olivier
of Arnnudville, spent several days re
here this week.
-Gasoline at 20c per gallon at a
Louis F. Gary.
-Mrs. Dan W. Voorhies left
Tlnursday for Biloxi, where she
will spend several weeks.
Messre. F. 8. Broussard and He
bert Billaud of Broussard spent ,
the day here Wednesday. h
Mr. J. C. Nicholsont real estate -
agent from Lafayette, was attend
ing to business here Wednesday.
-Judge Felix Voorhies of New
Iberia spent several days here this
week, visiting his son, Mr. Dan W.
-Mr. A. D. Roy left Thursday
with his famous race horse Rey
nard, for Jeunings. Reynard is
entered in two races to take place
Coca Nola Soda in Bottle ntade
from distilled water, Crown Bet..
Mr. J. W. Baily, returned here
Wednesday after having passed
several weeks visiting friends in t
Canada. We learn that Mr. Bai
ley expects to commence the oper
ation of his ginnery during the
Mr. Sam Shelburne has moved trt
to Morgan *City, but he spent sev
eral days here this week attending
Miss Alice Bassett went to Col
J fax, to spend a few days with her
Sbrother, Mr. Wm. Bassett, who is
at manager of the Cumberland ''ele
phone Company at that place. '
ke -No trouble to send groceriest
ring up No. 22.
5t A number of our people went to
tn Franklin last Sunday to see the or
races. They all returned home
well satisfied that they had seen
fine races, and spent a goodt day.
n Crown Soda Pop in Bottle made l
hid from distilled water; Crown Bot- Aw
thlig Works. i1
ier Mr. J. C. Bieuvenn will soon
Yr ect ivv a flue And costly hearse
and a large assortmenit of cofils
at and everything kept ini a first class
e Alfalfa Hay 65c at L. Bienvenu.
Ml r. and Mrs. Frank O. Brous
sard passed here Wednesday on
their way home froth thelt trip to
unt San Francisco, and they report
having had a most pleasant trip. S
it- SBOTONIAN SHOESI N
.. " I
ro the shoe of elegance and durabi
lity, fits like a glove, at
he K. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
the sole agents. i
A large platform is being built
on t, ilc,;y, ba!ik, back of the'
store,, of Mr. It T. Eastin, to be I
used as a ska'ing rink. It is an
ideal place for a sport of this
For ice promptly served phone
to Burdin Bros., No 103. Give
them a call and you will be prompt
ly and satisfactorily served.
Mr. F. H. Rhymes, the success
ful jeweler, has seen his business
grow until larder quarters became 0
necssary. He will soon be loca- th
ted in the, brick building adjoin- L
ing the drug store of Mr. P. J.
Fleming, where he will keep a full
line of jetelery and have better O0
facilities for his repair depart
Souvenir Postal Cards of home
views for sale by L. Bienvenu at
5 for 5 cents.
MIrs. O. Bonin after spending the /
week here with her daughter, Mrs. ý
Jules Francois went to her home I
in New Iberia Sunday, in com
pany with Mr. Jules Francois.
Mrs. J. B. \\'inters came with Mr.
1 Francois to spend a few days with I
h Mrs. Francois. Mr. Francois re- I
S"ports a heavy rain in New Iberia
$1.35 a sack
at - .
Duchamp's Feed Store.
Mr. Jules Francois, the up-to
date proprietor of the Central bar
ShIer shop, has just added an elec
tric massage apparatus to the
'p equipment of his shop. The mas
sage t, peratiou by the electric
' lp ieratus prtoduces an agreeable
0 sensation, promotes the circula
tion of the blood, and brings life
and freshness to the face. Mes- L
sage of the face and head should
soon become ipopular with the pa
ved trons of this shop.
- Just received 1 ear Alfalfa Hay,
I car Oals, 1 ('at Corn, 1 car Vic
1ol- tor Feetl, Duchamp Feed Store.
DR. EUC. E. O8ULIER,
WILL HE IN HiROURSARD EVERY FRIDAY
J. R. OLIVIER,
Sto DENTAL SURCEON,
the OFFICE: - t''5TIRSll LAlHE DRUG BTORE, ST
inle ST. MARTINVII.LE, LA.
la The intense itching characteristic of aI
ay.lt rInul an:l erzenma is instantly al
ade layl Ly applying ('hamberlain's Salve. CC
lot- As cure for skin diseases this silve is an
unievuialed. For sale by T. J. LABRE.
ri.SOLE BUSINESS COLLEE.
hIOUl COLLBOB is the Leading Jnd
S ighest Orade Businuess, Bhorthe Uad
Mnglish TraIlni g Schoollu the _oOt. .
I$ is recognltze everwnere as a Wide.
waike, Practical, Rleltable, ]Pr@g veiB
Wepulr and Succrsfutl School. It mae
Sdeluslsv proaisie to secure w elats.
SOULts COLLEAOs owns anad ocat
tSb Finest DnsdaesS School Duutidag tis
Amaesic. 19 )gperlened TeseberL Doos
22 arpents of land at Coleat lHome
I'rie $4",. p;art easll. Apply to
DAsPIT & DELAHOURSAYE,
April 28. Attlornys.
We have in this office Type- d
t writing paper of all kinds, and
all sizes, and we cut to any
aii- specal size. Also carbon pa
Sper If in need of anything in 4
* that line, let us know about it.
EFa - FFF 61 "Jr'
of the toughest wear-resisting
oak-tanned leather will always
be found in
3 Other brands may have equally good SOlIES in SOME A
their shoes, but none are so uniformly reliablie as the ''TU.
SLANE'S. Your choice of Russia Calf, Vici Kid, Patent Kid
and Patent Calf-in any shape, anty size, any width. Set
E. E. SOULIER.
x, F. H. Rh YMES,
The Only Graduated
,n Watchmaker, ,% Jeweler
IN St. Mairtin Parish,
.Has opened his shop In the 6entral Drug Store, am
Is prepared to do all kinds of "
Watch, Block and Jewelry Repairing.
a Y" Eyes Tested Free and Glasses Properly Fitted.
GEORGE GREIG & GO.,
Kinds and Demensions, and also Bricki
and Cisterns at the George Greig & Co's
Lumber Yard. Prices will be entirely satis'
TYPEWRII'ING PAPER OF ALL
.....(; RAI) .....
AT TIlE MESSEN(;ER OFFICE.
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institllte,
LAFAY ETTE, LA.
STATE INSTITUTION OF LEARNING FOR BOTH SEiS.
Three story brick school building containing 20 classroorhib
auditorium, library, gymnasium. Two brick dormitories.
Complete courses of study in all regular academic subiects;
and also manual training, domestic art and science, instrd
mental and vocal music, stenography, commerce, agricultute.
Fourteen in faculty. Military discipline and drill. Gymna
sium drill for yound ladier. Health location. 50 acres.
Sixth annual session open September 19th, 1906._
WRITE FOR CATAILOG.
E. L. STEPHENS, Preeldent.