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Bank of St. Martinville,
St. Martinvile, La.
Report furnished to the State Bxamlner of State
Banks by the above Bank at the close of
business December 18th, 1912.
I) mand loans - - - 1,75. St
Loane se..red by murtuage . - 104,450.0U
Other hone and dcouunt. - - 99,028.84-- 2)4,214.6 |
Banking house and hateors - - 7.54,964
Other real estate own.. . . 15.14 -12,692.00 the
Due from Banks and Bauk.r .. 31.95.50 I
('hecks and other cash items - - - 948.14
(old coin - - 2,470.00 re
$ilver, nickel Ptc - - 2,09.00 04a
National bank notes - - - 1,619.00 --51,080.73
Total $47,995.44 ab
('apital stock paid in - - - 0,000.00 of
Starlul - - 10.000.00
Undivided profit, net - - - 18,427.24 - 68.427.24 1
Individual savings deposits - - 5.592.t TI
Individual deposit subject to checks - - 77.174.61
Time certificates of deposit - - 59.600.00 i
Demand certificates of deosit - - 12.201.56 - 154,568.20 r
Bills payable - - - 45,000,00
Total $27.9.44 ed
MTATR OF LOtINtIAN ( I
PAMISH of MT. fA4TIN 6
1 iH. cMarti.. President and I. Albert Bienvean, Cashier of the above- hi
named ionk, do solemuly swe ir that the above statement is true to the best of my C
knowledge and belief. d
oub*ceritded and sworn to I efore me this 24th day of Dec. 1912.
JANas J. MARIN. Notary Public. 8m
Mr. Frank T Guilbeau, Presi
dent of the Business Men's Lea
Rue has called a meeting of the for
League to meet. tomorrow after cur
high mass, to liscuss the cotton :
seed situation. If the planters
inteud to plant any cotton this Ie'
coming season, they must Ret their buw
seed in advance .se there is none abl
here. The individual planter can- by
not procure the seed as it must be
bought hy the carload. Thbi is
the matter to Ibe considered. l
Frightfll l'rlar \Vinds
blow with ter; ilth forc at the far north
and play havoc with tlhe oniii, causing
red, rough or sore chapp ll, hande and Ta
lips, that nel d Bucklh'i .\rulica Salve
to heal. It makes the Mkin soft and
smooth. urivallo fr i l-sores, also
burns, boils. ores, ule, o . , (t iil . lruises
and piles. Only 25 lcents a;t all Iruggists
When the Business Mlen's Lea- we
gue meeting will have disposed of de
the cotton seed rusmt ter, for which he
it is alled, we would auggost that pl
they take up the road matter, lead iti
ing from this town to Cade of
through Mr. Henry Fournet'e pro- iU
perty. It is a good business pro
posit'on for St. Martinuvlle.
The moving picture device is to ex
be used in couueeciion with the mi-I bu
croecope in the interest of science. yo
It has been demonstrated, for in- to
stance, that th lie blood may he n- I wi
larged 30,000 times. By a pecu. tli
liar arrangement and these mi- Wo
crobes may be displayed upon a er
large sceen, says the Wasbington wl
Post. Such a scientific exhibi- ha
lion may be of interest not alone i
to students in medical colleges, o
but it may prove as popular to an
average group of spectators as are to
any of the dramatio pictures now he
shown. Dr. J. Comaudou, of Pa
ris, it is annouuced, has produced col
fims of blood that show the red ,
and white corpuscles and the alti- ral
vities of the microbes moving tal
among them. There may be seen ca
also parasites darting rapidly Gn
among the healthy red and white me
componeats of the blood, and the -
interesting spectacle of the mili
tant white corpuscles attacking
and destroying these parasites. Ms
This ingenious contrivance has "m
brought into the field of observa- an
tion many bacilli that could not of
before be studied even with the
It's the lazy mar's family that
does the most moviug. wi
,i- HOW'S THIS ?
a-. We offer One Hundred Dollers Reward E
be for any case of Catarrh that cannot be c
oer cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
on F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
rse We, the undersigned, have known F. o
i dJ. Cheney for the last 15 years. andt be
ieve him perfectly honorable in all
sir business transactions and financially 1
ne able to carry out any obligations made
on- by his firm.
be National Bank of Commerce,
"i Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeu internal
ly. acting directly upon tue blood and
mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testlmouials free.
frth P. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, (I
ing Sold by all Druggiste. t
and Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation I
Where Is Your Boy ?
jits The following little article from
the gifted pen of Rev. B. C. Gary a
ca_ was sent in a few days before bies
of death and is probably the last that ,
g he wrote. It is a touching exaw
hat pie of his love for humanity and
ad his thoughtfuluese for the welfare
ade of his fellow man which lie carried
o. inu his big heart through life.
ra.- Wb re is your horse to-night?
Why in my barn of course, Where
is your cow, your bogs? You know
to exactly where they are; it is your
mi- business to know. Now, where is
,ce. your boy? Obh! you say "out about
I town somewhere." Who is bhe
Hn with? What is he learning? Some.
thing useful, something ennobling,
mi-something that will give him high-.
a er ideas of life, or is be learning
ton what is a fall bhand, or what is a
ibi bobtail flush, or what seven and
one eleven will do, or hearing some
low vulgar joke?
mo Brother, you had better look in
are to this; he is worth more than your
tow horses, cattle or bogse.-Exohange.
cod Here is a remedy that will cure your
cold. Why waste time and money ex
red perimenting when you can get a prepa
cli- ration that has won a world-wide repu
ing tatlon by its cures of this disease and
sen can always be depended upon? It Is
d known every-where as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of real
tite merit. For sale by all druggists.
iii. Stock holders Meeting.
ing The stock holders of the Bank of St
tes. Martinville am notified that the annual
has meeting will be held on Tuesday Janu
vs- ary 14th, 1913, at six o'clock in the eve
nlog, for the purpoeo of electing a Board
not of Directors for the ensueing year.
the st. Martinville, La., Dec. 18, 1911.
ALBERT BIaNVaNU, Cashier.
bat Help comes to thbose who ae
willing to pay for it,
"ýý+ý 4~ii~v:!.ýýýsZ:.o r r~i."'h :f
Home made Pure
Cane Syrup, best on'
the market, in barrels
"and five gallons cans.
St. Martinville, La.
Still a Long IDistance Away. -
It will be unwelcome news to
those who have been pressing their
claims against the government for
reimbursement for ootton confis
cated in a war fifty years ago, to
know that another long wait is yet
ahead of them. The House p - St
ed the bill defining the ohsracter
of evidence necessary to establish de
a legal claim for reimbursement.
The bill will yet have to run theb v
gauntlet of the Senate and the
presidential approval. Should w
that stage of the progress be pass
ed successfully it will be neoes- to
eary for the claimant to establish
his case before the Court of
Claims, and should he suoceed in
doing that a bill appropriating the
money will have to pass the House,
the Senate, and secure the execu
tive approval before the funds
with which to pay the claim will
be available. It will be hazard
ing little to assert that no origi
arai nal claiment will live to colleot his
ý, (. If your children are subject to attacks
F. of croup, watch for the first sympton.
be- Ioarseness. Give Chamberlain's Cough
all Remedy as soon as the child becomes
hoarse and the attach may be warded
fad' off. For sale by all druggists.
The humble but nutritious ban
e 0. ana, in the opinion of the Ameri
oal- can consul at Port Antonio, Jama
an e, must be reckoned with as a
real factor in reducing the high
lo.0 cost of living. He recently repor
ted to the Bureau of Foreign and
tion Domestic Commerce that the ban.
ana crop from Jamaica aloneus this
year would be 1,000,000 bunohes
short. The Uni ed States con
rom sumes five times as much fruit as
ary any other single country. Drought
his and hurricanes have worked havoc
that with the Jamaica crop, although
aw- Consul Dreher believes that in
and creased yields in the other West 0
Eare Iudian Islands and in Central (
ried America may make up the defi- 4
ciency. In the fiscal year ending
:ht? June 30 the bananas exported f
iere from Jamaia alone, according to
now the-last report, totaled 44,520,530
lout Persons troubled with partial paraly
he sis are often very much benefited by
maseagiug the affected parts thorough
ly when applylng Chamberlaiu's Lilt
lug, ment. This liniment alsorelelves rheu
gb- matic pains. For sale oy all druggists.
a FOR SALE.
The 200 arpents plan
i tation of Wm. Berard,
o next to St. John Refi
nery, east of the Ba
yPou, with all improve
a ments thereon. Also
S250 acres wood-land,
20 acres cane seed, one
pair American mule.
a W ill sale on terms, for
R eal IEstate Agent. ,
.a. _- IN
MoIn, Youths Boys Suits
Suits at Greatly Reduced Prices, We made a
lih deep Cut in the price on account of the unfa
the vorable conditions prevailing and the fact that
onld we have a very Large Stock which we desire
to reduce and give Our Customers the bene
of fit of Low Prices, many suits will go at
h MVIUCH LESS THAN COST.
S. uits selling
A.a 20 per cent
ban. LOWER THAN
"". REGULAR PRICE
as a..- ,. P lgll rn W r
tbhi. MILLINERY NOVELTIES..
aurbt Mrs. Rose Broussard
ougb Has just received a Fine and Complete
w stock of Millinery Novelties and invites
'del. the public to come and look at the
Iding beauties of millinery art.
at J. J. BURDIN & tBRO.,
ough- ....a facturers.f....
- RED CYPRESS LUMBER
g SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS &t BRICIS,
Aed carry a large stock of
Long Leaf Tellow Pile Laber Floorlng, Slding ud Dealte
efil O0R PRICES VERY LOW.
Ba- CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOnS lmONEY.
one B7 II K R Y
le rakes Bot Bread I wit Best FPlr
Wt Orders received for any kinds of bread.
BREAD DELIVERED AT RESIDENCE
SEND IN YOUR ORDER & GET THE BEST.
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