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For t-2
apartments at The Bermuda.
-t YMrs. E. Lyn , 2_12 Bermuda
3000' for light hon., i . . :g . "t v
SaiSt Phone A. a .1.
T- O room s for sidle . +, lq.l1,
gioDer imp llron ii.
E.pl A. Tansy" " . I' ý- treet.
ResJ E.tate For Sale--4
-t I . lot on i .lt t , '1'1.0
Ill sad Velina Sts. ~1 " r,,r
1b n ft. Apply to , . ." 7
veary St. l.
.Z1.723 T ýf
eh side ............
5 rooms each side. 1,
odern improvfmerl -. •
 NjBellevile F S.,
e otach side, contains x
sp heates .....
,..0-ellewt.e,
5gagge two-story eight room
: 'buS All modern
12.- Lavergne St.
I rest double
 .°o------ *
.. iinlag lots at the corner
Et liza Sts.
TFor Easy ers S;ee
f.A. Tansjy
i57 Delaronde St.
Sa las s' Hats
* . CARZA S STREET.
SWanted-5.
TOUNO GIRL FOR
WOIK AND COLLECTING BY
49A 1lUIS. STATE AGE AND
S. EOUR8 8:30 TO 4:30.
mi PE WEEK TO START.
to Pwrchmse--9
GOLD, SILVER,
AND FALSE
, TEETH
a 'm'nll a m New--Aseon see- a
omahogany
P rsonals-l
00 Electric oan, Kalso.
WIL.LIAMS
Algers, L.
ar m cheep.
btg Sli e of
YSIr Thursea7.
33W OflLEAS, LA.
Cslnw a-E Ostea
Je lpany
:ba:
Street
ash o mmbpn
Business Personal-10
MRS. G. E. SADLER.
Alia, Cor. Powder Ste.
Fancy and Staple Groceries, Cholce Boiled
Ham and Sauskges. Buy for cash and save
money. >- 1-21
GAS STOVES, GAS ORATES,
Instantaneus ad Automatic HBetters
Relined and Repaired. C(
C. J. MARS
1357 Magazine St.
Iý I-ntosre on Mortgages C
o.$50.0 eaments on priai
pal reduces interest.
No bonus.
Liberty. Homestead N
730 COMMON
W. L. BAKER
TOOL. AND MODEL MAKER
All kinds of machine parts manufactured.
inventioins developed, designing and draw
lg. 851 Carondelet. 2-5-20
T1
MRS. L. D. HILL, T1
840 Vallette St.,
The Diplomacy Hair Presser. Ct
Agent for Mme. C. J. Walker. ca
th
elpair Shop b
We repair anything di
Bicfoles, Clocks, Umbrellas, etc. m
819 Teche St. th
at
F. A. BRA ET be
Established 137
JEWELRs
313 Royal St. Ti
Expert Repairing Done.
Adams' Hats A
132 ST. CHARLES STREET th
er
FELIX BORNE. JR., Mill, Plastatiet sad
Engineers' SuBapplies, Paints and Oils. 611- sc
613 Patterson Street Phone Alsiers 35.
WALL PAPE AIRNT
HAVE YOUR WALL PAPERING DONE
BY A PRACTICAL PAPER HANGER. it
HUCEINS.
35 ALIX Sr. i
Poes. Alsiers 213.
Adams' lHats t
132 ST. CHARLES STREET. in
WOOD AND COALe
JOHN KAPPLER. Dealer in Coal. Tire
wood and ice. Expre s to hire. 447 Elmira
Avenue. Phone Algiers 825-V. at
he
MULTIGRAPHINO, MIMEOGRAPHING, is
TYPEWRITING. PRINTING.
EDNA WATERSON & CO. al
PHONE M. 2829. O
311 MASONIC TEMPLE.
Phone Hemlock 2694. Ozy-AcetyleneH
Welding. Brazing. C
AJAX MODEL te
WORKS
R. Holbrook, proprietor. Keys made, locks
repaired. modeds made. inventions per- a
fected. Light machine w.ork. Prompt ser- h
vice. 601 Bourbon Street. New Orleans. La.
J. L. WALLACE -
Mattress maker, upholsterer, old mirrors
resilvered, wagon-to-hire. Phone Algiers 15
1012-14 NUNEZ STREET. s1
COMING DOWN
Pure Milk. a pt. ........................e a
Cream Cheese (our make) each. ........9c
Home Made Butter, a lb.,.............57c
Country Eggs today, a dosen...........34c a
Watch our prices.
J. LAMANA
VERRET & SLIDELL
Automobiles, Etc.-11
VICE SERVICB
General blacksmithing, auto re
pairs, aprins work and rubber 4
tiring a speclatty.
WALTER . PRIU,
FARMERS'
Truck Bodies and Trailers c
Alo Lumber Trailr.
Dullt to Specificstses
SCHAYER & SONS; Inc.,
FIglnag O'CQNNOR & CO.
Wagse E sad leipirs d
S eaerai sli smI Werk t
18-34 Julie St. Pbesm 5.357-3602 2
Medical-12
canoPODEns as KmAsUa.
Dr. W. J. Perkts. Chtropodist.
Room 84 ClaCh's Buildlang. Make t
appolntmonts by phone, N 1288. 1
Prices rssoable.
Adams' Hats
MRS. ELIzABETH HOTARD,
Oradute MIdwilk.
430 Diana t. Phone Algier 13 W.
wassm WHAT
Central Maket, Pese Algises 1, mt
Alix and Bermuda strst. Choes ,
RtOOlli AND Sat.ST DUALWRS
Poow-r UK soLa
DBMAND TIh U. AMW NM
IET-Il l u l, I .
MAIN Sd mK ANCH YARD
Typ.writiag, .Etc.--14
lCoornm . oe
-lru -p -~
ROAD WORK BACKED
BY NEW ORLEANS:h
grc
I the
CONFERENCE IN THIBODAUX TO be
IMPROVE HIGHWAY LEADS gry
TO ACTION.
gab
CONSIDER WAYS AND MEANS Lo
to
tic
New Orleans Wants Assurance That
Road Could Be Used at All Times Ci
-Appoint Committee To Con- to
for Over Matter. ,ih
tic
Cii
Thibodaux, La.-A conference in da
Thibodaux under the auspices of the the
Thibodaux-Lafourche Associatign. of
Commerce, the meeting having been to
called by the Good Roads Bureau of ca
the New Orleans Association of Com- Ci
merce, resulted in h decision to raise
a fund of $6,000 to make a good dirt $2
road around what is known as the o
Bayou L'Ours loop on bend in the road tif
between Morgan City and Gibson, a
distance of some ten miles. The com
mittee appointed to deliberate upon wi
the matter determined that the money R.
should be raised upon the following se
basis, $1,500 by New Orleans, $1,500 an
by the parish of Assumption and $101 L.
each from the parishes of St. Mary, sit
Terrebonne and Lafourche. an
The meeting was called to order by
George Payne, president of the local
Association of Commerce. He stated le
that the meeting was called to consid- p
er ways and means of securing a good te
road betweep Morgan City and Gibson m'
so that tourists might travel the whole w1
wear without interference or delay fe
and he called upon A. E. Winkler, of so
Assumption, to submit a plan, which
it was understood had been worked ti,
out but Mr. Winkler said he had noth- w1
ing definite to offer and then George be
W. Dodge, president or the Assump'- a
tion police jury, stated that, although m
the bad stretch of road in question Al
lay partly in his parish, Assumption V
was not Interested unless It was decid
ed to work upon the old road that lies
around Bayou L'Outs and not go cr
across the Caroline Cut Off, because, hl
he said ,residents of Assumption par- W+
ish reside along the present roadway th
and no one lives along Caroline Cut Rý
Off. le
C. C. Krumbhaar, president of the ed
Houma-Terrebonne Association of
Commerce, aro e and asked Mr. Dodge de
to yield to the Caroline Cut Off. be- d(
cause, he declared. around the prep- te
ent road the distance is ten miles, 
while across the other way it is only
a little less than four miles. Besides, ab
he added, over $5.000. contributed byi
the parishes of Lafourche. Assump- fi
tion, St. Mary and Terrebonne. hail
been spent upon the Caroline ('ut Off
in 1918 and he thought that a good tt
start had been made. Before .Mr. st
Dodge could reply, Calvin Wurzlow, of P
Houma, arose and said that he fe:t na
that the contiguous parishes should jt
acceede to the wishes of Assumption it
and make the road along the round- i~
about way. tl
.FOR HURRIED READEPI. 
cl
Pointe a la Hache.-The migration
of ducks north to tnetr nesting
groupds has set It. B
Grand Isle.-Large quantities of
deep-sea shrimp are coming into Bay
Barataria and the shermen will soon -
begin trolling.
Lafayette.-Movement of the organ- o
ixatlon of Boy Scout work began re- 5
cently at the nleeting of the Rotary I
Club, but Scout Executive Terrell s
Woolsey of Lake Charles addressed P
the club. iJ
St. Joseph.-Strong opposition to the
State Bar Association's "Spencer ju
diciary plan" was expressed In resolu-j
tions adopted by the Tensas parish e
bar and addressed to Judge Nathan M. -
Calhoun, Judge of the Tenth Districtte
Court. g
Grand Isle,-Work on the new navi
gation canal along the rear of the Is
land by a large suction dredge is re
ported about ready for opening, giving
the island a deep-water route from l
Myrtle Grove on the river front thirty
fve miles. -
Amits.-Representatives of the Illl
als Central Railroad met with busi
neas men-of Amite at thi Amite Bank
and Trust Company to discuss rail-g
road accommodation faclldes here.
The necessity for a new station was
egi' apon.
Ailate.-The new chemical engine In
rseently purchased by the city for its g
re epaDttent, has arrived and is be
g uloaded. This enlane is motoris. -
ed and Ills long-elt need. Jt is of t
sat approved type and will'ase mater
4ly to the protection here.
Potate a Is fcheb.--T predicted
be.. to the Orul oeast tailed to ma- 5
tluialae the lowestgthaigbmeter be- i
ig but degrees In the upper pemt s
Sthe prish.L Comdittes were most 5
isverle to the truk cro)s lad
-angs growega d
eulmg li dally sad it is reported that
mm is on the way e the work of
rve~llag the streets illl go aheld l
~. The' eoacrete calvert and :
boidge at the Jlmeture of Fltth and MNe
pie strea e is Ieema eted.
N aasL -ast- Easesar a
-t Igse seam e re me* ***** -
mee t teh binlmees seIe e
pew hommo hm is verme
(ib-a ,met d,i M
_I jtl
Eunice.-Miss Dorothy Stocktaa;
parish health nurse of St. Landry, -
went to New Orleans to attend the ti
convention of pailsh and state health to
nurses which was held there recently.
Pointe a la Hache.-Thirty town lots il
have ben sold in Solomonville, the ne
gro settlement on the lower end of tr
the Cedar Grove Plantation. It will ;';
be incorporated and governed by no
gro officers.
Lake Charles.-Officers of Group ,..
"C" Louisiana Bankers' Association, Ar
which inclimes all banks In Southwest ,,
Louisiana. met in Crowley. March 16, ia
to arrange a program for the conven
tion to be held in Lake Charles.
Lafayette.-At a meeting of the
Civic League recently it was arranged ii,
to hold 'Cleanup Week" beginning
Monday. March 7. Whe state conven- or
tions of the Woodmen and Woodmen
Circle will open the following Mon
day, bringing 1,000 to 2,000 visitors to
the city.
Monroe--An appeal will be taken
to the State Supreme Court in the
case of Walter G. Kirkpatrick vs. the
City of Monroe. in which the former
consulting engineer seeks damages for
$2C.666 against the city for abrogation
of his contract, attorneys for the plain
tiff announce.
Pointe a la Hachg.-The grand Juy. I
was called in special session, with J.t
R. Carlisle as foreman, to investigate iser
several important matters, including
an assault case at Boothville. Judge
L. H. Perez will also convene a ses-*;
sion of court to try several criminala'
and civil cases.
Natchitoches. - Professor L. J. Al- t ,
leman, of the Normpl Extension De
partment is in Washington, D. C., at-i
tendjng the National Council of Nor
maldSchool Presidents, from which he r'
'will go to the Superintendents' Con
ference of the National Education As- o,
sociation at Atlantic City.
Lake Charles.-A' municipal elec
tion will be held in Vinton in April
when a mayor and five aldermen will
be elected. Those who have already
announced are: Val Williams. for
mayor; D. O. Vincent. R. L. Wynne,
Athan Perry, C. G. Venissatt and A.
W. Whiting, aldermen.
Grand Isle.-The large cucumber
crop planted on the island was un
harmed by the cold weather. Ample
warning of the cold wave was sent to
the plantation by the Algiers Naval
Radio Station to the lifesaving wire
less station here, thus saving a plant
ted crop of over $10,000.. .
Monroe.-Monroe citizens are en- I
deavoring to secure a parole or par
don for James Howard and Tom Car- 1
ter, negroes, who were given one year'
in the state penitentiary for seatling ii
a hog each. It has developed that
both families of the negroes are starv
ing and the negroes stole to keep their ,
families alive. I
Pointe a la Hache.-At a session of t
the District Court Judge J. H. Peres
sustained the demurrer in the case of
Prosper Williams on a charge of crimi
nal assault as returned by the grand i
jury on the grounds that the grand
jury was not present and was not i
polled by the clerk in open court when
the indictment was presented and
filed. Judgment was rendered in the
succession of J. B. Fasterling, dis*
charging Mrs. Fasterling as adminis
tratrix.
Natchitoches. - The Natchtitochee
High School defeated the Marthaville
High School in basketball at Martha
ville High School in basketball at
Marthaville by a score of 18 to 16. t
This is the sixth consecutive victory
for the Natchitoches High team with.
.out a loss of one game for the entire
season. This school has not lost a
single athletic contest during this
school year. Natchitoches High will
pIlay both Marthaville and Coushotta
in the near future.
N atchitoches.-The Department of
Music has Just published an elaborate
folder with photographs of the'teach- I
ers of that department as follows: R.
B. Courtright, teacher of violin, direc
tor of the orchestra andtrainer of the
glee club; Mrs. R. B. Courtright, pub 1
lic school music; Miss Lois Carter, p1
mano, and Miss Florence Greenamyer,.
DeRidder.-An auction sale was
cionducted on the lot back of the First
National Bank and was the largest
asction sale of the season owing to it
being time for tarmers to select such
machinery and implements as they
need. The sale was conducted under
the management of the Chamber of
Commerce and the parish agent, E. E.
Elliott.
Monroe.-Southern Carbon Comn
pany ofcials at Monroe announce the
organizatlon of the Darco corporation I
I under the laws of Delaware for the
Spurpose of bulldng 1 plant in the
Monroe eld to decolorize caruon from
Stlgnite to bleach sugar. The corpora
I tion will have a capitalizsation of $3,
000,000 and will build a plant costing
,000,00 at Fabantr s
I Shreveport--Aetlng for Marion Ben
- pese, a citisea of Caddo parish,
'Schon & Blanchar reeqntly fled 74
lI its in the distrit eourmt, clainl tl
I ti. to valuable property in the town ct
1 Vivan. It was stateld that 15 o these
sits are i corse of preparation and
thei remaitnder wl be oled within a
w daus.
SOrad Il.-Dr .tZamlebh has somd
I ls large residoee to a prominent
I *b eo New Orlens whil) will remod
el the building and convert it into a
most lauriors summer clubhouse.
CGIRT]B.
UsI t States of Ameres, State .t lou
las u. PQa i Oft0ama. s at knaews,
That this l ibd th moe eesh e
Mas, the eer o our Lws se tes
ase, " .. assed i ts **s use m 4(
h the sameiepnsef het a s esi Sasess o
L. Me, h amme ad am ar
C HAR1TER.
ther.-in residing aild in the preen'-e of
thit witneuses hereinafter namtid ll tilt-: Il- N
d.rigued. prsonially ca"n.*l unitd appel;red ail
iI pa.rtie.s hose fallia e are it'1h.l.ulo -lbi- . ill
s,-riled. who . ie.leraily d.c'lared that ait lll- 11
iing tht.mselv,.s of the prols lons iof th. I
lawts ofeLot.ii.una, relattle to the organlli- 11'
zalioiu of courlporations, they ha .- ion- rei
tracted land agrieed and do by thel.e lpra.-,
lt, ctolll ';alct a;nd r gree and ;l l :ill 1 nI:,
Illll..il Lt thi l lvei s wsell a ai ll Sll.'h
S-rson alls ua . hbe.omenl l-nT i %i ith
law ri the oiljilt lii ulli lrl..is- hl.-. iih
li.r the -ondilittios and stipulatiolns u t lil
Art i. les lollowing, to-wit:
A.ltI'L'l.E I.- tie nulae and tith, of t.i
.tIr-o rlo al .l ll h li lteu nigai lu.lll.tcr o.,
ill .. and ut d."r its a'rporf.Itl adle it >shll
L.ll po..ier a1111d tutholrity .11ld *.llji.y ,uc
'-e 10ii for tL., full '-r'll l and p oll'd 0 I
iililt.1-li1, tll.l (!i .,l r. 11l lll a l a h."rl Ihe.
t lo r t lt land 1',1.tll., a, .. ,ll ai, ilfe-. a d
railil lortgagt . pleilg.c ur ti hi-r h' pao
il i :l lll-.II , to Make land Uise ' orit v rl'l
-,al :dll ti .- ,lill to break and i lt.r iat
rl l'I.lr. ; to l ti i U ljilir Tliii 'lll., I da-e. w i-ld.
" iii (i t.i'lii. st. i tl, llif d :I 1, t < 1 1 .1 11s i ll
ti lei114.1.c and lipot-h. li.e undIr I it.
i" ll' ll | .dl iiillllilpol ht't'll. I-il-l` i !i li i
'r1p iorit lo i ,i propelii rti. ly li- ii, I1 ;i alid
pel.r ll;nal ailo ix ,l leld , to hn lil .n114 p lilit
ilu ill l .iiiers Iaid dirI ifiir. Ul i .ri. 0ll
tr tllt-t . es 1ll 1 illc .r11t 11 l d 1 lll'll ll , ll
11i-. i i i'll'i tllo i l 111ri 1'11 11"i-".l iI I liai L
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ali til.i-lrc,..clit h Il -tl -ti rill, 11 1 1 1I -
ti-.-irdcc ph -1ure Ubla. lUr - n
lih i Lirolia i r oh pr .r h i- I.ii- . -lirelt o1 ,lhii
,tr111 aili. ilii . uri uit.i1 n ,ii n;i-i ti os
lilkl . ilil ilt ui ol l ier , cl iiiilili-  Il,l -
-.Irk anti pltpr.
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t I lil .",iit-. .'l i . 'I 1..li,-1:ih . . ,i .,l . 11 , -' .
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Ito t l iti ch i- o itor. itllar 1- lnI np,-i ' 1.i1d
It.0* I h itl' * i tih ' I - I t ,Lll In I . * t ill all
,ll l.) It lr', h t-r bl t , l' r. t h . 1 to
p lre1 .1 t t'. OHI\\ of !lli t ,AM .it, ll:lit. 1 li-.1
itill r i'le , t 'l . Ot l lntrii i . l ju i t L'r. l ll. r
li si tai.- rt .lir. nil 111 ti odr eI1 It. ' i.i'u1 1'
ii lall . r all ', in -to ,ilt Ill:tit ;.. , u 1 ,) l.c.,i
111 a li't .1 1 .ti. ll to . i t1. ihrll tl, i. i lr'.
1i .!, . ll piltal' rl t, it o lr hl'l . I"biers .,ll~ tl I.t
;ali ltlt'i ,," lot' 1 lSport ar linll,~ rl f t.
I.l a w oi.. r of forlli irtit 0 or' itii iil
lit , li tli 5iili' or 111 lii ll Illi O l t Ii
illll t oi r ai r t li out il ullt u ir-. 1r.11 allli
illye . al proetl riof so. he hol d . di" .ll
lion.it l Iclt hitl ol.ll* ni.rl i Hut nrtli otit r.
-, i tr ti elli tslltil ther lals, o limi r. IlunIil r ti i
a;ll kindsL, i-li lltpall} hiil , :tti 1'1 1ii
I in lir. oiler orcoll,nv eilit for lii;l- iirrl
iiuait . for ,t lup; to do a glnll ralfii ii
Irall ti.g illiltl' and parl i ilurl l blll i istill uit
ihii. r l llMii iu i iai Jla null llry of a-l I eLar
te tr 1 uctl i to utrit hiti rn the
tl 2. l it, llig a lt t eett l ll cl o d li:e b 1a h01
litimtuge o1ieiU0 thip anid Iiattlit. ti ullf -
for !'r u l e-,.
'1't purcholl f r otherwi-e , r i quire. hbid.ve
onit, ol. i ldge of gand t -them d tt dio - ll of Il
tockh st. .oUi lauili other ig loi inih o., i th
dlth dU al t of aol Otiter toltier'tiaill li. vo
lit.Niw, or torle.gn i, hand i sll all ,1 :
I1tlerl tir l stoscEti. l, bsu other ohillg.i
teng it n anyl othelr ibu-in ."-.s .",il.r
tit 1 l iaractr to tai iuravlt lg Inl a tndo n1o
,tliths etllll inrli iy su tltil oi r l iri i l or
llr diaon iir 3 pr o. n 14llo a, j ro hfllt ir ll
vd.ntal to all oel tet. torheg Ioritg of i-
ctand pu er. e
\ITuI'I!'i.1" IV.-r le t capital ,tu 'k of this
ilsrporatio i htaeriby lo d ao t i t'nl' l illnte
alni or.b e.ttll dn) bdollar rpt.r.oartd cfl
Ilwll hllndrd aid lifty 1-~' 1 hart> of tite
p*r illue t of lue hundred ioltIai,-ne lltri
pre h:ir.. T it allount of it to ck drita
n lith day-.d toa one ldril ed tha .ouutl
trll 10 .U N .0ttI dollars.
ARTICLE V.--llr the powr of the dirs or
tholnInion shailhll b restedl ill and ter.-lil
by a lioird of fouar Dire . orit , eTh h til
SIirehoitrs shall holin his lowl nat ona th.
Looks it the tvimpanli} at e lira ind. ia-ll
Ipl t. .d lhare of ,tock. The lioard shall
elect fronm their numnlbir a P'ret.ient. 1.
I lie-l'rowideul an wretlary :otill it 'l'ry
ur r. anid sluch other ofi -l r .. ash i .% 11a
thiink proper or tonven nt for tl tllrll.
ill inl of the timpai ll." businessll . d thall
llha teowr to unite twoll or ore offic."es
and t it srlni to confer uIol on ptrson ,
or to dil lne. with any oitle in the.ir dis
oretion. aid to fix tnhe l ilries h t ill l of
l ier agents and eiilion s. Tht e loard
of eir mectora h bell elyated allniall. on11
!rr21. All .uch talctiolns stahll ae by balllt.
ait the office of the corporation. notr ef
hnuarel lwettigy , as well a ,es o ial weti
ings of stockh older, shall be given by
written notice wualh at least lifte 'il di.
in advance of the date of such iiieetillg to
ealih arto kholoder asarin r s sui on thd e
booka of the rcorlpuny. at oi tlh dlra-
tunated address. or at the General o tlivery
at aNw Orleans. If uhe hai not de.iated
noit address. Ehcth shareholder shall lie
entitled to olne vote for eat'h share of
stock a utanding In his nalne on the books
of the companyl, aid vo te to ehastl Ine
person r iby proxy. and ta majority .of tin .
voI te' ast Aall elect. The Board of ll
rectors shall have power to fill all vr an-tl
ries which m ay occureld or in any manner
irse or be reated by the iBoard of Ii
rectors. eventor thugh no quorun remain
at tihe htine uh valancy or vacancies are
to be tilled. Failure to eheit dniretotrs
on the day above spe.led shall not di.
solve the corporation. but the direntur
then in ofieto shall remlan in aof.ce unIti
their ineessors aIre elected. The Blord
of dictoi shall have powerns, to L.ake a.
esablish, aa well a Is alter ad amend, tl
Ney-ws rules and regulatlon. n,·ati ary
And proper or the supporto and orporationae
maent of them affair and bsine r of the
ioraorratio and not biconsisledt winh th
mCarter. The p eoard shall have po wer
rwithout referring too the stokholder n, to
fn such purposnt and on prih osnotice s in
thber judgIent heay ae dv anbovteo i eld
Senerily. to do all thin gs rea onably l.
etobry far o the proper carrying on of the
usponreats of the corporation and theor
are sat ialmy authorizrued to deliver fby
theligatio of the company n payment of
prorLy aCquired by taid corporation at
sbdh fair valuatlher as in their jodgnent
may be prouer. A isaJority of the dhriq
tors ate hall onhttute a quorum for the
transaetham of business. The Board of
of nt les r th three-fourths of all dire -
tto o h ele all ot r any part of the lropry,
* orporation. or to receive in exc'han e
Ithkr for nonty or stocks or bonds or
other oblUaations of another indrviduala
olr u or uorporation, of any sharactero waih
out referrina g to the shareholders forul pow
er to do so. At any meeting of the Board
of tire'tory , asny dreetohr acent from the
director who may iabt t the vota of settle
abyomnt dise tor achording to the general
or spe.ial written hintructions of maor
of 11u21, the Board of Diretol s l hal on
t of: W. 8. Smithu o whote address in
43an Colitum r st., New Orleand. bn.a l. A
dueronger, whos addree o ft 203c St Philip
Donegano whose addrese is 6pty Banks St.,
ARTICIseE VI.bThis aet of incorporation
may be modulled, changed, or altered, or
mnnder provided by lInw, by n vote of two
thirds of th. eatieL outstanding capital
eral meetlag of the stockholders monvened
for aush purpise, after previouu notthe has
been hves ln the mhnaer nbov provided
corporation. The cap== s1 tock of the eor
CHARTER.
Thrl don, aiInd Il; s-4d in In% ulit. :
\."r ot" ri .%tl- , Lolir :l . oi i h. dtr1,. Imonth
aI.d r t ird ; aho.  % tti " n,. It t lr r of .r ,
.*l"s ..t Ge*or'g¢ Perem and Nhirlr-? In
|nIiii, ..ttll . e. llnt \eitn."l ..".. w ho hato , h" ,:
ltim .sl..-rib0,d thatir inn-. tl,,tr \,.:i
Iei \vt.r>., and said al l*,are.r- attar dS;
reai-,n, .1 th., h hole.
NVitn. ..-; lor ." IPerez, s ihi i, Ilion
WATTS K. I.EVEIIlII.
Norary) ut.l!, ,
I. t1 und rlinl:ntd. TI.,.ora, r of .M rt.
ABSTRACT OF ANNA\T. 1:FT'P(P."
Pan-American Life Insurance Co.
FOR 111E YEAR ENDINI; D'Cl . \ ':"!-".!t : ,,^_
Se,":red loanq .... ..... ...5 .11 05: 31
i, ndl nd i tocks owned nmtr
ket ivalue) ....... .. . ... 1 ...34 0"
Pr rnuni iin morie, of ,..,Le
t on or ,ollerteld and nt
re porte, ..... 10 7 I
Int, rc t :rl, rentl .-l .i, an:0d
',rChe ...... .. ... .. n.,,n i;
All other ................ 150.
LIA IIl. TIES
In- ternt' and IrnI ', i + e
1'r. ".. ". . t ' ,. r ." na . I |
.... t " . l950 11 i .
.: at , ..r , , -.
Pr, r. . - r e. " nt
. . . 1 , .., .7.' . -
*'. -, I :, . -- t-,I,
Irof i, onll - -- ,
girl'nd .
her recipt.... ,
Total re ept. ' i
Interm*s.
Total recrpi-t, l V'- Inl Zr
LARGEST 1.\L..N14F IN F-', i 1.1.:: i' ! I 'IN, Y"I".i1.
b'hitney.-Contra Nt:i,,nl . ," - .
Dbua 4m:rnk ,nl T-1 4. .
Met valuu of :uun 1 '"'" . 1
et ani dividends relen l'on t . .........
B. B. MACFARLANE,
Abstrat of Annual Report of the
lefferson Standard Life Insurance Co.
t For the Tear End1in December '1. 1.90.
ASSETS.
Real tate .. ........ ..... " .......... ..i ll,'4
ured loans ............................ ... 1
Ponds and stooke owned (market value) ........... ..... " 1:11 3
Premiums in course of collectiony or nleted and not Loisirt .....
Interest and rentals-due and accrue d .......... ...........
LIABILITIES
Insuranc pee and annuitie reserve . . ....n............. $12 . 1 1 ro "
AmJeffunts due under policies and poliard Lonitrat ......Insurance Co
Premiums. rentals and interest prpaid .......... ...............................11 3
tonlsai dividends oue prior to Jnuary lue ....1921..................... :14
M h lln us items................
Amount to be apportioned to policy holders in 19nd1 ....rpor.. .... 3
Special resrre fund held for future divide nd" on pollcis on wh"lh the
apportionment odue dvind i. deferred .............. ......... .,
Special reserve fund for depreciation of securities and aernerail 'on
tner assets ........................ 7
Capital $350.000surplus $230.000 .. " . . .". .... " " .. ........... ýn non nol
RECEIPTS
Premiums-Ne busineand .............. ....... ...... 112 99.1
Premums-. renewals ..nd interest ........prepad.......... ....... 3 .....1 24
Consideration for supplementary contracts. not involving
lie contingdendci-e prior to Janary 1. s .................. .....................
Other items ............................................. 444
Total receipts from ptolie hhoders .....n 1............S 3....... 7
Interest. dividonmends and rentals .........defer.. ......... 13...91
Special ron salrve fund for depreboir eal estate etc. ....d v 3 4 n
Other receipts ........... ............. . ....... a... . 79.
Total receipts .........000............... ....... $ .... 0.37
DISBURSEMENTS.
For death claims ....................... ...-..... sn n.",l
lor matured endowments .................. ....... 1 04 0u
Other annuites ............................... ....... I 4
For sunde r aluea ................... ... 112 007.:36
Total paid contract and policy holders....... .... $ 5134l'37I 30
For expense di o conductmn business .................2.... 8 1301
For losf of sales on stocks and bonds .... . ... .. ... 40
For shrinkage m value of assets or other items charged
to prit ad lo ......................... .. .... 24 1 07
Total disbrsments .......................... .... $ 3.682 058 36
Net reclaimpts ........................ ..........$ 82 ~4~.l785
GAIN AND LOSS EXHLBIT
Surplus December 31. previoun......s ear .......... ....S 20000. 23000000
Total annuoss on insurance account during y.........................ear .......... 2157.4x1 74
FTotal nder on investmet account dur.............. g ye.......ar ....... 257.48664 0
Surplu end of y........ear ..................... ............3....... 2300000
Includes 0 (sppain or lose) amount unaccounted for.
REAL ESTATE OWNED
Amount of encumbrances thereon .............. ...............S 0
Actual cost ....nd .................... .................... 197 74
Book value December 31, 1920 .............. ................. 204.117 74
Market value ..disbrsements................. ................... . 20362117f0
Repiurs. improvements and taxes .......... 4 300 24
Gross income. 1pts ............................ ............... 2.37
Net Surlu Domecember 31. previous year........ ...... ........... .00000
Rental value of space occuped by cmpan year,1920 . ....... 57.4.4. . 0
Contl deration or real estate purchased in 19 ....... 27............ 15 0
ConSurplus end or real estate sol.........d n 1920 ............ .................. . 44
Ranclud estate mortgains orned bylo) the companted .for.. .12 141
Amount of collateral loans outtanding December 31. 190 ... ............ 3 0
MAcrkt valu o securities pled...............................ed to secure same ................ . 4
Loans in exiastnce December 31. 1919. dischr190d durinr 190 ...... 71n11774 n
Loans mae in 190.......... and discharge..........d during.... 190 .................. .000.0177
LARGEST BALANCE IN EACH DEPOSITORY DURING YEAR
(Names of Banks and Month of Year Selected)
Grenhon Loan and Trust C.. Greenbo......... N. C.... .. No. ............... ,7 7
Amet an Echange Nat. Bank.......... Green.......boro. N. C.. Ma.....rch .............. 6.374
Shnuford Natl. BankO Newton. N. C.. an 1.. ..................
Atlanter Bank afd Trust Co. Greensboro. N. C.. Dec. .................. 1.0007143
Fulton Natl. Bank. Atlanta Ga. Oct.n 190......................... .... 19.741,
INorwood Natl. Bank. Greenville. S. C., Mar ...................... 14 3543 21
Edalto estat. Bank. Orrt aes owned bur. . C.. ompany............... ........... 17.41 41
Charlotte Natl. Bank. Charlotte. N. C.. Jan. ....................... 1'2.41:314:
Commercial Sav. Bank. Lexington. N. C.. Jan . ...................... 4 :s . 4
FAmunt Natl. Bank Lumberton. N. C.. April.." 31...... 1... ............ 5.'t1 x4
Guaranty Bank and Trust Co.. Mepl mphi. Tenn.. Octsme. ................... 21541
Traders National Bank. Birminher 31 . 1Ala.. May .during . 9.. . ...... 1.34.1 43
Capitol Natl. Bank. Jackson. isnd d..ged Oct....... ...................... 7.0434
Planters' Bank. Cardale Miss.. Jan .......... ................ 6614Month of Year elet
Equitable Trust Co.. Baltimore. Md. Nov..... ..................... 2818 4469
Baltmoren Come. Bank. Baltmore. d. Feboro........ March. .............. 3.8041 :9
Commercial Natl. Bank. HigNewth Point. N. C.. Nov. . ...................... 31. 7.8 33
Guarantyc Bank and Trust Co.. YoGreensborok.. ............ ................ 1002.1409
Futoeenbo Natl. Bank Greetlanaboro. N. C. Dec. ...................... 14 0440414
FiNorwoodst Natl. Bani. ank. Greuenvlle. SDec... .. .......................14 5.5121
erchants' Natl. Bank. Oraneburg. S. C.. Mayrch ........................... 17.41 .;1
Citiens Natl. Bank. Carltoniatte. N. C.. OctJan................ ...... 7.1101
Fommers' BSa. Band Trk.st Co. Taroro. NC..C.. April ............. ......... .7243 29
Peoples' Natl. Bank. Winserton-Salem N. C.. AuApri. ......................... 5.40 13
American Natl. Bank . Nashvillet . Memphisn. TeJan.. ........... 4.5221 7
Traers National Bank.d rmhange ha. GreAl.enood. . C... ................ 15914711
Capitol Nat Bank. Jackson. Charlotte. N. C.. Nov. .................. . 1679.03
Citieens and r oathern Bank. MAtlanta ...... . ....................... 1. 1427
Euitable Tut Co. D. Baltimore. Mdec. Nov.............................. 2.34
Baltimore Col. Bank. Balut Cmoe. Md.. Feb...nn....................... . .04.
atommerioal atk o Bank. HGoldbor. oldbont . . . .. . ................ 31.21.. .6
CtGuarans' Bank and Trust Co. , noew Yor illek. Au Tenn.. Dec . .............. 4.151 2
Greenorth Mboemphibor Sa. Bank. M phr . Te.. Dec. ..................... .214044
Ra leih Bank ad lTrust C alei. . N. C.. Ja. ................... 4.1 19
iturchison Natl. Bank. WGaitoI N. C. C. Jan. . ....................... 4.81119
S ranPeopsch Banking Co. Winson.a N. C.. Ma. . ...... .................. 5.0.13
rt Old Dominion Trust Oo., S hmdad. Va. Jan. ......................... 4.322.211
Vigra aTrst Co. rDanville. Va.. Oct.. ........................ 100.00000
Sank mnd ruit Co.. Charlotte. N. . Nov .................. . .16,79.03
Salariet sad eon aatea to ofteers and trstee . ..a.d paen.s.. to
City Nail. Dank. Dalla.. ... Dec................................. *.13.74
Ia e s an at o Co. a ville. u.. Nov ................ .04
Naarth Memph Sa. Dn. e. en.. Dec. ...................... 3.2.4s
Murehson a l.r a. m o a prh or C. Jano......................... 4.1.p t
n Banking Co. Wl..... N. C.. May.............................. .5..9
i .rIia Tr s Co. 3 I s .... a.............. ....... o00.
D AN D tSTD DATH COCAIMS.S
amle -.-A.mnt (almned 361.000.00-A.m oot pad. ........... ....0 23.4545
I balam Cd e mp to offiers and trustees. and payments to
*aaris e ase s imnlui ng amounts PAid to geea sg mnt
Numberof e sams --Aa gse amont ..............0
muts p i ,fts .ia la, atim O: purebsas or ,r . e e o pepm et a
Ef aggr aswe.. ............................... z..s... .. ....... .s. 0
a muaes aI tIO l T DTIIO D OLICIn.......................................847
5 gInsDm6. h s pbesa at x sO ao of stalo·e ad gov e ar s n smt
7 b M m"  (1. 3513.000.00). O·miea.... ........... ..312.030.04
JzI I1 .. (IMvanMs.............2o1.1 95
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