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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL KINI)S oF JOB PRINTING ; . ,USTICE To ALL ~ sUlBnsIRIPTION 81,(M) PER ANNUM
VOLI:ME xxvII. ST. NI TI[NVILLE, L... .JANUAIY l S, ll;.. N 'UM IER 47
li- i -- i a . - m m m, .m 
Breaux Bridge Bank, $
Located at Breaux Bridge
Parish of St. Martin
Report furnished to the State Examiner of State BanAs by the
above Bank at the close of business on Dec. IS, 1912.
IEt R I+! )l' II)'I']S :
1)vnand Ioan, ., ,IN .I
loan rured ty n threag teEa. , o ,,t N,.
Othr h ul. an, i- ,lt- - - il
)Overdraft, m. lecurl : u1,1- I . .
t-inkitn: ho -, ft rnitit'.tul d hxtlr,- -, ;.: 1,3
lther rpiu l .i toe ownlI., . 1
ut,' fr". bal nk an.l Iittki.hi r-. I.i l - I i.i
(iohl c iLL - :,.0 II
Silver. lli('kel anI| cmq l.'ar coin - ,t151.0l
Nat,,nal bank n',t,+- mil, ll i -~1, United tatei goveronm'll 11,3itIII
('al,ital utock paid in - - .ta11 on -
i_ .111 - t- - P- .II1'.i)
Un livib .d i rl roit,. leh - ex-.p,,',ns and tax~- paid 1 ,-97.u!+
,lividual eavin ,.h ,p, it- 415.
Individual dilon-its . JuhJ.,t t( chmick - - - 17.211 h!
Tirn, -ertiticat cl of dop,,-it _ -2- .2 1.45
Hillt- irl 01l-et* iF t. I..N
T7 tal - ý I1.7 I .T 1
,ST'1'\'EO(F I UII .\\
rl.11ls Fll A - - I .\lilN
I. A. E. liron , , a'i. re idr ,nt. ant,1 I IL. C. St. (t-rm dn,. ' aI hier of th, alove
nlamed h lak, th s rtl nal, , w,ear that t h., ablo,'e stat- tuent i-. tru, to the Ibe,+t of tub.
knowledge nud tblief.
) Wholesale and Conmmission,
Rail Road Avenue,
ST'. MARTI'INVILLE, LOUISIANA.
I_~I )o not bl irrow your neighbors paper this year. subscribe
for it yourself, it cost so little, $1.oo for the whilec ~ear ...
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - $276,409,67
Makes loans a. 8 pe:' cent. discount. Pays 4
per cent. interest on time deposits, and 3 per
cent. interest on savings deposits.......
HAS BE3T FACILITIES TO AC00MMODATE ITS CUSTOMERS.
TRY AN AUCOUNT WITH THIS BANK.
F(re Insurance Agent represenfs
Laizaire Bienvenu, Good Fire :..asm ompans.
The Sugar Cano (Camip Wood
men of tht World at Clade held a /d
rneeling last Sunday and installed
the following Officers : louiS P.
()ivier, C. Commander; Ur. It. F. .r1
I' bomas, Lieut. Advisev; J. A.
Fremin, Ranker; .l. M1. Guillbean, 1i\
(Clerk; Rtent L,,pez, Escort;
lEtienne Lopez, Sentry; Dr. IR . F.
C'houmas, Physician. Mlanagers: !f
Luke Uuilbeau and Jos. Piche- .
loup. A tine smoker followed the
installation.
to$100 Per Plate
was paid at a banquet to llenry ('lay. in
New Orleanll inl 1"12. Mighty cistlh fr
I those with stomiach trouble or indigi.s
tion. To day people every where use Ilr.
King's New Life lills for these troubles
as well as liver, kidlney and bowel dis
orders. Easy, safe, cure. O)nly 25c at
all druggist.
Lafayette will vote on the South
western Traction and Power Co ,
on the 23rd of this month. The
indications are that the election
trill carry in favor of the road.
Mrs. A R. alior. of ('rider, Mo., had
about been troubled with sick Iheadache
for about live years, when she began tak
Sing 'liuhnherlain's Tablets. She has J
;ak.ii two bottle, of thema and they havey
rired hli r. Sick Ii adache is cause I by
I a liiorde'red t ,stio ach fur which tlese
tablets are esle'cially intended. Try
heum, get well and Stay well. Sold by
all druggists.
-After the installation of the
newly elected officers of the Cotton
Woo :C lunp o; the Wodmen of
the World last week, the ofthiere
and members enjoiyed a splendid
-upper at the College Hall where
fraternity, friendliness and good
I-llw.-ship that existed at this re
f ,-plion showed the good produced
oy these organizatioii, in bring
)ng together the people and mak
I..g them iel, by brotherly asso
ciation, that we are one great fan
1y la hose duty it is to help, alit
al(ii enciuurage those who, are less
fortunate than ourselves, and whi
are in need of assistance or a Ilttle
cheerfulness. There is nothini
,n i:e platant for one than to know
Ihat they have brothers and friends
who are true. and can ibe relied utip
.,,+ Ill c;s Sa f urgell! neCessity anll'!
his is , so ninaly of our people
,iet joining thrse organlizationls.
i-.y teach trothti ly feellgs
li,,' Ig ieln.
A Go;od lRsoltiution.
\1 etlliir t --lt r y Ntl. j the ,, , .:. . .
1. st f ,lln hal ve -Aiit' 1 )a
!. thve t teY ;a oi, frr.tl on Nw
f il11 111iu ite lt I sli,,,ls Ilia; Cali't 1 ; i
soinnr mnitlhths without takin; t,,,l
i nlt il vainu, or ca-lt i iiu ll t ti i it
olin ti ain lher f  a lii, SW-i i t
'ire hlkid iiiu(it iby decent ' i 'l,, e
y'oii ,oiuld sew fiot inuth oh
with wLanig leatlie r bri.ak your
us-lf of tihe 1,raufanii halit, Soiii.
nii; think it ais emphasis li,
a hiiat they say, but, to the contra
r., all profanity weakens the fcye
,,f mny declaration, howev*.r sin
ca-ic it might he, if unly uttered in
ciiurteons language. -- itayne Tri
iihone.
Lafayette finds it necessary to
make improvements to its Water
and Light plant that will amount
to abiiut 40 000 -
"0p i"¶· c
fl l
ii
HOW DAYLIGHT GOT Into The SUBWAY iji
Ask us to tell you how it was done
NATIOAL N
THE QUALITY LAP
S(ives three times the light at the same cost
Buy one for every socket in every room
Sold by
'. Duchamp Hardware •
S..... .. ompany
P . AT REDUCED PRICES
.P ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
SUNSET LIMITED
000
TRAIN DE LUXE
New Orleans, Los Angeles,
San Francisco
Weekly - Commencing January 2, 1913
W~est inullld I :;tt lHoull
Lv. Now O(rleanis 1:S t.3 . m. I,v. San il Ianlei.co i.)KI p. m.
'i'll r.day'; 'Tuelsdays
Ar. Los Anigeles ?:1 ,. m. I.v. Lyt Aniigeles 8:1i a. m.
Sat iI lay,4 % ediit'estlays
\r. Samt ii liilil 11 10.a . Ir. N w ()rltaini 7:20 p. mi.
Sil llih y.s I.'ri elays
i ,rlil a lltl Irtr am of I lt- ! 1 , I contllrctioi . i Sanld rd Uilmlllllnnt lb rt , er
. ' -t. ,l:,l i . ', m lll ri mlll ul  t i t, l w ini m ro sIII I, I lilni g n Od al s e r v a ti i c an r.
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til ,- "l, l tf I I ," I ( rlllhll !li i .l , l dllh ,r. r .l '. i 1 ,1o'---lllt. i,lIiht~ lll i VICI UIIl . L,2iolilitr
m ai ; , i. l 1 ',, I l .h i| i io ln i r s t h , ' U n ii t i' l M al e l .
, t:.t f i ir t- w ill i. c h a rg , I t ,,r a sh lilio a,d l i.n u rirh. a n d .o m foru t as ffo r hd l.
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SUN SIT EXI ... I)' ' ILY
SUNSlfT MAIL )
.* .  1' .1 0'., t, I L I ltlI I'\l'lb', ' l l, FI l t irm" ,]1 INFOIIMATIONS
J. i. PAhSUb~S A. G. LITTLE,
A4 . ::. t., Aze' Crln: - Dir. Pan. Agi. Laker Chaule
I;,,,iful I!n tr'tl ,d I.il,.i . ui I " v i i-hI t " oi l Iji , i ii ou
"THE SOUTH'S CREATEST SOULE COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS." .
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
SShould be given the beat training to pre
pu;re thletm for success in' businects.
Personal Instruction. Free nmploy
meant Department. Complete College
Baunk. College Store and Wholesak
Officeq.
No mnistepreentationas to secure stu
dentn. Through the uneco a of its
22000 former students. Soul8 College
is recognized everywhere as a Wide
Awnake, Practical, Popular and Suc
cessful School.
OGO. BOULE & SONS.
WVIIOLE YEAR. :: :: ::

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