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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL, KINI. OF JOB PRINTING(; J USTICE TO ALL - SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
V'OLUME XXVl. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. AUGUST 24, 1912. NUMBER 26
ANTI - LICE KILLS -CHICKEN
LICE OR ANY KIND OF LICE
1-2 Bottle 15 cents makes 7 gallons.
Dip the chickens in this solution and
spray or sprinkle hen house.
Sold under guarantee
T. J. ELAD:E
H .: P. FOURNET,
Wholesale and Commission,
Rail Road Avenue,
) ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
L"|)Do not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe
for it yourself, it cost so little, si.oo for tlhe: w ,olc )ear ...
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - $276,409,67
Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4
per cent. interest on time deposits, and 3 per
cent. interest on savings deposits. :: ::
1r AN AcCOUNT WITH THIS BANK.
@ 0 z.Fire Insuaance Agent &'pr,: .x
Laiazire Bienvenu, Oood Fire nsL.:.in~I. Comp.ni.
Candidate Larson is Out of
Mr. Carl Larson, candidate for
the second ward membership on
the school board, has withdrawn
from the contest. The resignation
has been accepted by the Parish
Democratic committee and Mr.
Albert Stockstill, candidate of the
Good Government league, having
no opposition, was declared the
candidate for the party.
It is apparent from the action
of the State Board of Education
that there was a determination to
dispense with the services of Leo
M. Favrot, as the vote for his dis
missal stood seven to three,
Messrs. Harris, Pleasant and Mar.
tin voting for Favrot.
Upon the dismissal of Favrot,
Mr. A. C. Bernard public school
superintendent of this parish was
appointed to succeed Mr. Favrot,
which appointment came in as a
surprise to Mr. Bernard's friends
here, as no one was apparently
aware that ie was a candidate for
for this position.
Indian Killed On Track.
Near ltA.eielae. 11l., an Indian went to
-leep n, a railroad tiack and was killed
by the lxast express. lie paid for his
carelessi ss with hin life. Often its that
way whI n people neglect coughs and
colds. Don't rish your lift when prompt
stee of )r. King's New Discovery will
cure tlhem and so prevent a dangerous
throat or luing t,:blele. "It completely
curel I .e in a shrt time, of a terrible
rough that folowed a severe attack of
Grip," writesJ. I. Watts, Floydada, Tex..
'and I regained 15 pounds in weight
Ithat I had lo.t." Quick, safe. reliable
axnd gnatanteed. S~ie and $1.(k. Trial
Mottle free at all druggists.
"I as 'cured of diarrhoea by one dose
of CIhamIlellain's I'olic, Cholera and
Iiairrhlea lRemedy." writes' M. E. Gi,b
Ihrdt. Oriole. Pa. 'I'hsre is nothing bet
ter. For sale by all dlruggists.
The cotton crop, up to this time,
from reports cotning in, is in a
minst promising ctondition, with
very few weevils reported. It
siunhil be the duty of every busi
n',ss imai in the community to en
c ,nrg' the planiters in going back
t 0 ,tto , now that it is shown that
a full crp can be grown. The
C :ilititoi of the business of the
io in, as i elioxrtted by melrchihaints
atnl ctlier blosli ess llen; now arid
helor,. til- alanidonulent of the
c ,txn Irrp, due to the adlveuit of
the leril iv :e ilIs, shiows c11on(lusive
Iv hhat tioe c'ultuire of c(:ltcl is of
n r. i,-: -lit to I le' Iluisili,'as inter
e."s !f th tu+ ir n than that of cen .
U.~,t i Is Itylically a po)r mani' a
ci p. HeI gets the benefit of the
a--istauce if his chilxtren, and cx'ni
work withl success small creole
-,ules .'o make. the crop a cr
tliity., the best varity of sedt
must x x..sexl. Either Fool's cr
Suniilkixns ieinig well iadapted toI
this sectiox. A ver'y laxirge tr't-age
xt is Snal will be planted next yea.r.
I IhaVs oI Keystone plantatiion a hilack
c-ow ailIxt 3 yeats old. lip of hornIs cut
;intit hrllrlded c R. The owner i4 reqieps
t.*d to coam, and prove his property andi
pay the costs.
It. IL No. 2. St. Martinville, La.. Aug. 19
- 'e call thle attention of the
jiublic to, the proceedings of the
IBoard of,[ Health which appears i,
eompany .. -
Use Snow Drift Hydrated Lime
STo sprinkle your cane and corn. Best because it i
positively kill all worms and insects.
DUCHAMP HARDWARE CO.
SUMMER AND CONVENTION RATES
SOUTHERN PA IFIN
TO REBSORT8 IN
AND ALL THE WEST
Convention rates ar;- in effect periodically throughout tbe
summer, summer rates are in effect June 1st to Sseptsmber
O ur Motto: "Safety and Comfort". Oil burning looomo
tiv-.;, electric block signals. Standard and tourist sleepers,
observt on-I i brary. buffet-care
tr Diuiug car service boaest in the World `i
For for fanl lafomatlo apply to your local agest or write
J. 14R. PARSONS, S. W. YERS, A. G. LITTLE,
lea. Paw. Agt., New Orlouaa Div. Taw. A`t. Iates =age Dir. Paw. Apgt. Lake SOee
"THE SOUTH'S CREATEST
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Should be given the beet traltnlng to pre
pare them for success In bustiness.
ff Personal nlstructon, Iree Umploy
Yment Department. Complete Collese
Bank. College Store sad Wholesalt
eNo misrepresentations to sescre stu
dents. Through the success of its
22000 former students. Soule College
Is recognised everywhere as a wide
Awake. Practical, Popular and Se-.
030. SOVA & SOPS.
S0oo arpents of Sandy Land, witlh improvements
thereon, situated near S. P. Main line.
zl mile from Duchamp Station
i mile from Cade
I mile from Smedes Refinery.
For particulors apply to
* E. A. MARAIST,
Will sell on terms. St. Martinville, La. $
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