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The Caldwell watchman. (Columbia, La.) 1885-1946, September 29, 1916, Image 5

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The Ouachita National Bank of Monroe
Condensed Statement Furnished Comptroller of the Currency at
Close of Business September 12, 1916
Loans, discounts and overdraftsp----------- $1,193,778.60 Capital stock.- - $ 200,000.00
United States bonds ___. 62,000.00 Surplus --------------------- ----------100,00,.00
Red*lmi tio'n fund with 1T. S. Treksur 2.500.00 Undivided profits. 1S0,61i9.9
u:s, ec)rities, eltc - - 33,863.07 National :tnk notes outstam ding--------- ---0,( (0.0)
Banking house furniture and fixtures-- ----- 62,837.90 Bills payable------------------------------- 25,000.00G
Other real estate owned -..--------- 2,878.72 Rediseounts--- -----.---___ -23,255.08
Cash in vaults -----------------$ 55,373.33 Dividends unpaid .. _ _ -------------------------- 30.00
Cash with other banks ----------- 229,182.79 Deposits of other banks ----.. - $ 24,724.77
Cash items -------------------- 13,916.01 Certified checks. ----------------2,951.51
Total cash.------- ------------.$298,472.13 298,472.13 Cashiers checks -------------------- 3,232.79
Total- - .----------------- .------- $1,656,330,42 Postal savings deposits-- ..---------. 9,139.09
Certificates of deposit-. - ---------- 19,658.50
Individual deposits. -------------- . 1,017,718.79
Total deposits--------------- --- . 1,077,425.451,077,425.45
Total.--- ------------------------. .$1,656,330.42
T. E. Flournoy, President L Baer, Vice President T. E. Flournoy J. T. Austin J. J. Potts
0. B. Morton, Cashier F. D. Gibbs, Asat Cashier I. Baer J. S. Bloch I. Sugar
D. A. Breard Sig Haas
local and Personal
Buy International stock food
beenm JLL:N fY
IMr. RS .t'itson, of ward
five, asaedini:d by Mrs. Bat
son, were amoui'g the business
visitors here Thurisdy.
Mrs. C. C. James of the 7th
ward, was in town shopping
Mrs Hardie Redditt of Baton
Rouge is visiting the family of
Mr and Mrs R.R. Redditt.
Mr. F, I. Girod, police jury
,¶enber from the 8th ward, was
e en o.n the streets of Columbia
Wnee* AY-'
Wht' you get ready for that
oew pai shoes,remember that
J. L. KehY:'y has a new stock of
the Famous Peters shoes in now
Cotten sellir'fg at 16 cents per
pound and seed . t$40.00 per ten,
has brought quite a lot of people
here this week.
Messrs. O. K., C. C., and W.S.
Haddox. of ward five, were in
town Thursday with cott&' and
other farm prodcuts,
The continued dry weatht'
may bluff some people, however
Post-Master Jarrell tell as that
he planted turnips Wednesday.
Lieutenant J. B. Thornhill,
who has been doing duty on the
Mexican border for the past sev
eral months, is spending a few
days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs C. P. Thornhill, before leav
ing for Baton Rouge.
I will pay 36e for lit class white
oak, post oak, cow oak, overcup
red heart gum and heart cypress
"6" x 8" x 8' cross ties; 10e for
second class; 25c for 1st class
red oak varieties, 6e for second
class; on rightof way of the
Iroa Mountain on grade. Regu
lar inspections, reasonable ad
Veaces J. H. Cordill, Contrac
1r, El Dorado, Ark. 7-1-6m
Mr. Jesse Mays, police juror r
from ward six, came in on busi- I
ness Thursday. c
The Ouachita is' very low at
this point and still falling.
Come to J. L. Kelley's and 1
buy your new saddle.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. West of
Bay, post-office, were in town
shopping Thursday.
Miss Nada Meredith, one of the
most popular young ladies of the
town will greet you at the gen
eral delivery window of our local
I am again writing the public
in interest of the Nursery busi
tness. I regret to tell my friends
owing to the late misfortune re
guarding myself, which has put
a temporary damper on the
Nursery business, as I have been
unable to see them as I expected I
to however I have now arranged '
to carry out the business success
Mr 0. R, Cody of Riverton, 1
La,, who is a clever as well as a
business man, will represent me
in the Nursery work, and will
take great interest in showing
and explaining the many ad
vantage of getting better results
when buying your stock from a
h ome nursery.
Owning to the fact that I will
not b.e allowed the pleasure of
being among the people, as I con
templated doing, I will appreci
ate all orders given Mr Cody,
whether large are small assuring
you that same will be given
my best and careful attention. I
also want to thank the people
for their business given me in
the past, and for the promising
business offered me in the
Should Mr Cody not be for
tunsaly enough to see you in per
son, just mail me yotur order or 1
see me while in Columbia.
Thanking you In advice for
same I am,
A. R Manly Nurserymsa
SRiverton, La,
Grayse Dets.
The remains of Mrs H. C.
Baker, member of the Baptist 1
! church of this place, was laid to a
r rest Tuesday afternoon in the
- Lively cemetary. Rev. Brooks
conducted the service at the i
t grave,which was very impressive
Mrs. Baker leaves a host of
friends to mourn her loss besides I
1 her husband and two daughters,
Mesdames Lanier and Lively. 1
f Mr. Joe Henly of Florence,
SArk., has retured to Grayson,
and will enter school here.
Mrs.Angie Traylorhas return
e ed to her home in Columbia,after
e a few days visit to her daugeter,
Mrs. A. C. Cloyd,
l The M.C.C.Clnb will meet Fri
day night in the High Schoolfau
SMr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadway,
Swith friends, made a very pleas
ant visit to Glenmora, leaving
t Saturday morning and returning
Mr. H. Tidwell has accepted'a
1 position with the Iron ;Mountain
d as transfer clerk.
Bro. Alford accompanied by
his father filled his regulargap
pointmient Sunday.
SPost-Office inspector Orgain,
e paid Grtyson's office a visit last ,
MI onday. Conditions reported
Mr. Pruitt's baby is danger
ously ill with infantile paralysis.
SMessrs. Maurice and Henry
Cloyd are expected home Thurs
11 day night from St. Francis Sani
tarium Monroe.
Real Estate Ntnce
SDo you want to sell your place
g your house and lot or timber or
Sdo you want to buy you a home?
Do you want to change places or
e do you want to rent? List your
n property with us, if we don't
g sell it you are not out a thing, if
e we do sell it you are still not out
anything. We make ours on
price. We have hundreds of
names wanting homes in this
state. List with us if you want
r to sell. If you want to change
homes se us before you buy. We
r have some nice homes for sale
from 40 acres to over 1000 in a
block. Will you list with us at
no, Rogers Bros., Columbia,
P IA 4 ,7tf
To The Public.
This is to announce that we
have bought out the C.C. Bridger
stock of general merchandise and
will continue to do a general mer
cantile business in the same build
ing. We have just received a full
stock of staple and fancy groc
eries. Within the next few
days we will receive a full line
of dry good, hats, shoes and
notions, which we will an
nounce on arrival. Our friends
and the public are invited to call
and giveus a trial.
James & Brandin.
Owner Wated
for about 700. pound gray horse
12 years old. Call, pay for this
ad and take your horse,
J. S. Kelley, R-2
Columbia, La.
Sheriff Sale.
State of La., Parish of Caldwell 30th
District Court.
The Union Central Life Insurance Co.
Vs. No. 1570
C. A. Hebertet atl.
By virture of a writ of seizure and
sale issued in the; above entitled and
numbered suit and to me directed, I
have seized and taken into my posses
sion and will offer for sale at the front
door of the court house in the town of
Columbia, La., on
Saturday Oct. 14th, 1916,
between the legal hours of sale, the
following described property, to-wit:
The swtof the swj, and the slof lot No.
lof sec.29 and the nwtof the nwkand lot
No 2 of sec. 32, tp 14 nr 5 east, con
taining 111 acres of land more or less,
and lying and being situated in the
Parish of Caldwell, State of Louisiana.
Seized as the property of the defend
ant and will be sold to satisfy said writ
of seizure and sale and all cost.
Terms of sale, cash, without benefit
of appraisement.
J. E. McClanahan,
Sheriff of Caldwell Parish.
Columbia, La.
The Stock holders of the Union
Cotton Yard and Warehouse Co.,
of Columbia, La., are hereby re
quested to meet in ColumbiaLa.,
on Monday Oct., 1st 1916. This
"meeting is of much importance
and should not be neglected.
G. T. Martin
Sec'y, Board Directors.
Dibfest Taidet for ifemnt Sb Oad Coeditionfh
atmy sutebr t So boat Ute for plalat eslers., provided the erasea
Is hrerabL. In es 7 growth they de not witetoad dresght as well as some
of the creps that prr oere vigorously, and the should be glien coasidera
ties. Most Ude as slk outside the alluial districts that have never
grown levers rote e aheei ttgas.
The median pedt is beest variety tfor the blat ulands, the better drainaed
allaial sells and *e Iter pastity of elay setls et the Mile. Under favor
able weather aedf tle.s this variety will finlsh excellent grazing by the
middle at nasary. It emae to matwrity tilag h: being about two weeks
later Ia the northern 'itl of e state than ta the . thnrm. In the allevial
laads two teans of ' -. ha per acre Is et an mus ally large yield, and a
secent catting tof t ire ofa to to ne tea to the acre should be
expeeted about t.. rIa Jnr. It wrll etrd god grazirg up to the
Arst or they idd' Ji7f 'eft for that purse. Sew eight to twelve pounds
per acem and covev rev 'ly, or roll
The "rase clove A wetter suited ftr te asdy settl than the mediem
rd.t it t easier to establish a the seil a to prtaoduce a larger supply of
beare growa see but it is more dtflaii to osr, eat makes practically no
pseced growth. New t elve tv silea pmeads pe acre and cover lightly.
leulb eaevr wrt Ire? ea 0 wpe aiU aE pair tdrained lands that are
net smted to the ethi ler ers. Ot1)rwfee I e as advntages to eter. It
wvi set make qutie a men he t toie ae ap 5mi the Mediun red.
!hr dover Is mwor n e it wes9he rnid So t* e . a& id tI
ehisag psterne ne as a b weep, a meob ask rampy tood ha whea
proptl oared. It ot ptared toe d" a baeu befteas the bars are
matre ta ay be epsatod as idth mdeol e bertaV itrieremethe thad St
ldora *gda w eitU a sums1 t ee makes aodsauut i If wed ube
it alorts a goodly apply ot vegetable setIe, ai k o, as ertnie
ULive stock generally do ot relish bar elsr at ae bet will soon lore a
liking for It It I best to srw sead I the bar--1te ivhlmt of eight posab
per acre of cleaned seed.
White clver ft a valuable editioen te a peala rutce, e.eeialy
for los and sheep, and may be grased satly aer, alu when prpe
preauttleas sgasis bloat r observed. 7ear to d$ asats o seed per mon
will aake esuclest seed Crp to Sh.reMeghly sod the ae the seead yar.
All of the levers enarich e sell; al- are vatgas as gsatsi all ako
hray rich In pitels, att a Ne mefalme t to emuas i vt am teoditng
te bhswt pg iº S - t neeatult bon ed. Iia " . m r t4es
- _- wo f mioaa D o UrN,
_.__~4 __.__ aA$c~. StreelerQ,II(k haAtes te asivrrap*
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at
Baton Rouge, La.
August 2nd, 1916.
Act June 6th, 1912.August 2nd, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that Lewis G.
Reitzell, of Clarks, La,, who, on May
13th, 1913, made Homestead entry-Add.
Farm, No. 06415, for set of sek, see. 7
tp 12n, r 3 e, La., m, has filed notice
of intention to make three-year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
descibed, before Clerk of Court, at
Columbia, La., on the 9te day of Oct.
1916. Claimant names as witnesses:
Thomas N Humble, Joseph B. Rogillio,
L. Nixon Humble and John D. Nethery
all of Clarke, La.
E. D. Gianelloni,
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