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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, October 26, 1912, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING } JUSTICE TO ALL SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLUME XXVII. ST. MARTIN VILLE, LA., OCTOBER 26, 1:)12. NUMBER 35.
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FANTI L_ I
$ ANTI- LICE KILLS CHICKEN
LICE OR ANY -KIND OF LICE $
1-2 Bottle 15 cents makes 7 gallons. bi
Dip the chickens in this solution and $
spray or sprinkle hen house. I
di
Sold under guarantee
T. J. LABD B
I H. P. FOURNET,(
) Wholesale and Commission, c
Rail Road Avenue,
ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
L l)o not brrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe
for it y ,urself, it cost so little, si.oo for the w olic ( ear .. .
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - 8276,409,67
Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4
per cent. interest on time deposits, and 3 per
cent. interest on savings deposits. :: :
HAS BEST FAOILITIES TO AOOOMMODATE ITS OUSTOMERS.
TRY AN ACOOUNT WITH THIS BANK.
Fire Insutance Agent rzyrscna s
Laizaire Bienuven, eoo. . ,,, = ew.;j- Co...,*.
A CARD.
The undersigned. wishes to announce '
to his friends and to the public In genl
eral. that he is now connectedwith the .
. T. Lytal Co., Ltd., where he shall be 4
pleased to serve them, when in need of
anything in their line.
Respectfully,
LOUIS C. GUIultY.
Thie Billeaud Sugar Factory and
the Lafayette Refinery commen- 4
cod their griuding operations Mon.
(lay. The Lafayette Refinery is
buying cane from this place. The O
price was not made known yet, 4
but it is believed that it will be
between $3.75 to $4 per ton.
Here is a woman who speaks from per
sonal knowlldge and long experience, 4
viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wilson, Pa..
who says,"I know from experience that .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is far su
perior to any other. For croup there is
nothing that excels it." For sale by all Of
druggists. 4
The fire insurance people were!
here the latter part of last week -
and adjusted the losses of Mr. E. 4
E. Soulier far his goods and Mr. 4
L. C. Gauthier for his building. ,
Mr. Soulier will soon re-open his '
store with a new stock of goods, I
having disposed of most of his
damaged goods and Mr. Gauthier -
is already at work on rebuilding
the store.
J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, pur
chased a bottle of Chamwerlan's Cough
Remedy for his boy who had a cold, and
before the bottle was all used the boy's
cold was gone. Is that not better than
to pay a Live dollar doctor's bill ? For
4als by all druggists.
Work Is Started On Eunice
Side Walks.
Eunice, La., Oct. 16.-The con
crete side walks that have been so
much in demand here are now a
certainty. Mr. DeJersey, of Crow
ley, is in town with his crew of
men and concrete mixers. Three
and a half, and possibly seven
miles, of concrete walks will be
put down within the next few
weeks.
'I'he town council and mayor have
worked long on the concrete walk
iroposition, and the population
I,:iung just a little less than requir
,ed by law to compel the property
'. tiers to consent to this improve
mont, but a recent enactment of the
ltate legislature has imade it pos
4ibljf . .
If %,1u have .0lilng childr.en y3' hlid ,
t" l hil' notieed that isnrlders ,f th
- n c.1h al e I rl i nu il-teo lno, :ii nll l lt.
I'", e' : re-t thi- y.ll w ill tiu, I hItn1 t .w
I;, 's Stlltuach andl liver Tarhl ., ex, I
lellt. I h ery ;are v a liand pleaunit Il ta a-.
.11;1 1111n l I ge tle ini effect. For ale
hy all dr1 ggi-its
'The mnany friends here, of I r.
Al bet J. C Heert, will be p,!'A
ad to hear o, his marriage to MBe
Edith Margurett, Hopkine,dslnubi
ter of Mr. and Mrs J. It Hoptnp .
which will take place on 'Tueeslda
O)ctober 29th., at five o'clock ini
the evening, at tlhe church of Onur
Lady of Good Cou, sel.
Whell you Ihave a bad cold you walut
the best mediciune, obtainable so as t'
cure it with as little delay as Uosaible.
Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years," says Einos Lollar of Sara
toga. Inid.. ''aud consider it the best on
the market." For sale by all druggists.
iAi
TWO eARS
FURNITURE -
Just received at
Duchamp Hardware w
omp y - - Company
Come see what we have
in the Furniture Line
IN FOUR YEARS
THE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Handled 157,000.00 passengers, and
not a single passenger lost its life
through a collision or derailment of
its train
THE SECRET IS
Electric
Block Signal Protection
When You TRiAVEL BE SURE You Select
THE SAFE WAY '
Ask the agent of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC
"THE SOUTH'S CREATST O LE OLLEGE.
SCHOOL OF BUSIESS." S LE COLL GE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Should be given the best training to prs
pare them for success in business.
SPcrsonal Instruction, eice Employ
ment Dep'rtment, Complete College
Bank. College Store and Wholesale
Offices.
No misrepresentations to secure sta
dents. Through the tiuccess ofits
22000 former students. Soule College
is recognized everywhere as a Wide
Awake. Practical, Popular and Suc
Ceasful School.
GEO. SOULE & SONS.
FOR SALE
ioo arpcnts of Sandy L.antdl with iprovcments
thereon, situated near S. P. Main line.
, i mile from l)uchamp Station
Smile from Cade
tmile from Smedes Refinery.
S For particulors apply to
E, A. MAR .\IST :
Will sell on terms. St. Martinville, La1
Also 40 acres improved land, three derrics with
i6 acres, for sale on terms.
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