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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, September 28, 1912, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ) JUSTICE TO ALL . SUBsCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLUME xxvwi. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SEPTEMBER 28, 1912. NUMBER 31
11
ANTI. LI2E d
ANTI- LICE KILLS CHICKEN th
LICE OR ANY KIND OF LICE $tb
1-2 Bottle 15 cents makes 7 gallons. $
Dip the chickens in this solution and an
spray or sprinkle hen house. ;
iD
Sold under guarantee I
T. J. LAB B
) H. P. FOURNET,
3 Wholesale and Commission, b
Rail Road Avenue, .
) ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
3IDo not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe tI
for it yourself, it cost so little, $x.oo for the whole sear ....
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILL t
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - $276,409,67
t
Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4
per cent. Interest on time deposits, and 3 per I
cent. interest on savings deposits....
HAS BEST FAOILITIE8 TO A000MMODATE IT8 OU8TOMEBS.
TRY AN AOOOUNT WITH THIS BANK.
Fire Insuasae Agent represents
aizaire Gieood Fire Inau:en:e Compamis.
NOTICE TO PUPILS.
School will open Tuesday, Oct.
1 at 9 A. M. Pupils desiring to
make up "Conditioned subjects"
should report promptly on the first
day so as to take the examination.
Those who have failed will be giv
en an opportunity to take an exa
mination in the subjects in which
they have failid, provided they
can give satisfactory evidence that
they have studied this summer.
Respectfully,
F O. CHAVEZ,
Principal of High School.
Running up and dowu stairs, sweeping
and bending over making beds will not
make a woman healthy or beautilul. She
must get out of doors.walk a mile or two
every day and take Chamberlain's Tab
lets to improve her digestion and regu
late her bowels. For sale by all druggist.
Mr. Frank T. Guilbean is hay
ing the ginnery of the St. Martin
Oil Works ready, as he proposes
to run only thi ginnery this sea.
son. All the cotton that will be
bought at Cade, Parks and Breaux
Bridge, will be brought here to be
ginned.
Few. if any. medicines, have met with
the uuiform success that has attended
the use of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The remarkable
cures of colic and diarrhoea which it has
effected in almost every neighborhood
have given it a wide reputation. For
sale by all druggists.
-Mr. Richard Eastin who has
built a small saw mill on the ba
you bank to saw hard woods, had
his mill in operation this week.
Most of the wood sawed will be
manufactured into wheelwright
material.
-Dr. J. A. Dauterive and Miss
Marie Louise Guilbean, both of
Breaux Bridge were married Tues
day morning. Miss Guilbean is
the daughter of Dr. H. P. Guil
beau. They left the same day for
Texas where they will spend seve
ral days.
Mr. Jean Duomre of Cecilia was
in town Tuesday. Mr. I)omec says
the work on the refinery is being
piushed as rapidly as possible, but
has some doubt that it will ready
until some time in November.
NOTICE.
Ilomologation of Tableau
In the matter of the Succelssin of
Leonard .Savoy. Sr..
Probate Docket No. i555
State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martin.,
Whereas Lizimac Savoy of the Parish
of St. Martin. Administratrix of the
aforeatil sccensslon ha filied in tihe of
tice of the Clerk of the 19th .ludicial Dis
trict Court of the State of Louisiana
hlolillng sessions in and for the Parish
of St. Martin a Final Tableau of Classi
fication and distribution of the afore
said estate.
Notice is ihereby given to, the credlitors
aid heirs of said Estate and toall others
whlm it may concern to show cause if
aliy tlheyv have withil ten days from this
publicatioln,. why said tableau should not
lhe homologated as prayed for.
Clerk's office this 24th day of Septem
tIr A. D. 1912.
I. BIENVENU, Dy. Clerk.
iMartin & Martin, Attys.
FOR SALE
My residence on the East
side of Bayou Teche, Bridge &
- Srteet. For terms apply to
t5 P. A. Bienvenu.
Duchamp Hardware 
ýompany ...--.
• Use Snow Drift Hydrated Lime
' To sprinkle your cane and corn. Best because it i
Shas no lumps and does not injure the plant. Will
positively kill all worms and insects.
SOLD BY
DUCHAMP HARDWARE CO.
ONE WAY COLONIST RATES
TO
SALIFORNIA
AND THE WEST
VIA
SOUTHERN PA IFIC
September 25 to October to, 1912
$37.55 FROM ST. MARTINVILLE
r Through Trains, No Change
Oil burning locuwrntiv ., electric block signals, tourist sleep
ers, obair oars and cuaches, dining car service beet in world
Fa Lo to flltliasMw ea y to y loal ast, a w lt
J . I R. PARSONS, A. 6. LITTLE,
On. Pus. Agt., ev 0Oula - Dit. Pam. Ae. Ltss asis
"'E SOUTI KAT SOfLE COLLEGE.
ISNOOL OF BI81NESS.'
NEW ORMAN, LA.
Should be given the best tralali to pre
pare them for success ia business.
' YPersmonl a[trction, n re Emplol
ýUR meet Department. Complete College
N sank. Collee Store and Wolesakl
Ofces.
No misrepresentatlons to secure eta
.dents. Through the auccess of tu
21000 forper students, Soule College
ais recossed eerwhere as a Wide
wak, Pra ctical. Popular and Sc
lbi cessfal School
030. sosl a! soxs.
e FOR SALE
~ 00oo arpents of Sandy Land, with improvements
t thereon, situated near S. P. Main line.
S i. mile from Duchamp Station
I mile from Cade
1i- mile from Smedes Refinery.
For particulors apply to
st E. A. MARAIST,
t Will sell on terms. St. Martinville, La.
e Also 40 acres improved land, three derricks within
6 acres, for sale on terms.

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