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.THE WEEIKIY MESSEIYNGER,
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ) JUSTICE TO ArLL L SURSCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLUME XXVIm. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 13, 1915. NUMBER 51
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Southern Sawmill Co Ltd
vs
Breaux Bridge Lumber Co
No. IU145
IUth Judicial District Court, Plarish of
St. uarrtiu, State of Louisiaud.
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued uuL of Ihe 1Lath Judicial DJitrlct
Court. in and for the Parish of St. Mar
tin, Site of Loulniana, Vi the above eu
Ltiled and buwlubeled slut, dated this6 till
day of Nov. IL&tN, and vbpedallly by viI
Lue of the teinL of a Judgwleu rieadereu
iis the latter of Jules Duwneugeaux vW
oultheru awmilll Co., fur tile uae of ex
change bank of NatchaLuochle and A. E.
ilouusaUti, dlaeritI reculded ln oouk "7
builu 267i under No. 35312 of Cuveyatce.
I have srTized and Hill proceed to sale
at public auction to the last and higkh-,"
e~t blddel at the front dour ut to e tL.: C t
luseU , between the hltgl sale Ihours inl
the To'wn of St. -MartniVliie, on
Saturday Feb. 13th, 1915,
the following umeutiuned and deecribed
property, to wit:
The soutn one half of Sec. 27 town
ship 9 south range 5 east lying east of I
Coulee Louge and the bank of Bayou
vermilliou, being as per judgment re- I
corded in book 72 folio, ti3 under No.
3312 of conveyauce of the Clerk'e Re
curders utlice of St. Martin Pariash, La.
Seized io satiefy the above writ.
Terms and CondltlonJ cash.
bherff's u llice this 27th day of Dec.
19114.
WADE 0. MARTIN, Sheriff.
HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall ' Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, 0.
We. the uudereigned, have knowu F. J.
Cheuney for the.last 15 year,, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactlous and fiuancially able to car
ry out lay obligations made by his firm.
QNatioual Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, O.
Hlall's Cstarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the bloodand
mucous surfaces of the system.
-iimd for testimonials free.
F. J. CIENiEY & S .. Toledo, ,i
Sold by all Druggists,
Ts k*. llali's Familyv PHils for constilpation
SALESMAN WANTED to look after
our Interest in St. Martin and adjacent
Sountlee. Salary or Commission.
Address THE HARVEY OIL CO
Cleveland. O.
BANK OF ST. MA-IR I .:
CAPITAL, SURPLUS and PROFITS 66.849,58
Of TOTAL ASSETS - - 276.409,67
I Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4 per i
Scent. interest on time deposits and 3 per cent inter
est on savings deposits.
. r HAS BEST FACILITIES TO ACCOMMODATE
. ITS CUSTOMERS. TRY AN ACCOUNT WITH
THIS BANK.
|5rGet all the local news, subscribe for the Messenger'
SHERIFF'S SA LE.
Mrs. Blanche )Delahoussaye Widow E. M. -
Darby ]
C. B. Uelahoussaiye
No. 11262
19tih Judicial District Court,
Parish of St. Martin, State of Luuiriaau.
By virtue oa a writ of seizure and sale
issued out of tLhe l9th Judicial District
'ourt, in aud for the Parishl of St. Mar
iu, State of Louisiana, in the above uii
ritled aud numbered suit, dated the 26th
lay of Dec. 191J4.
I have seized aud will proceed to sell
it public auction to the last anti highest
idder at the trout door of the Court r
Iouse, between the legal -ale lours ai
alte Town of St. Martiunvlle. on
Saturday Feb. i 3th, 1915,
he followlug mentioned aud desciibel
,soperty. to-wit:
'Thlat certain tract of land with all the 0
uilltugs aud impioveweuts thereon P
Ituated in the Parish of St. lMrtin. La., a
last of Bayou Teche measuriug 505 ar- tl
)ents in superticial area: Bounded north ti
y lauds of A. V. Fouruet & ale, East by
and of Mrs. Gt. G. Fouruet. South by
and of F. P. Delahouewaye & ale, and
aest by laud of Laudry & ale.
Seized to eatisly the above writ. L
Terms aud couditionu-cash.
Sheriffs otfice this 9th day of .lan
. D. 1915.
WADE O. MARTIN. Sheriff.
ACADIAN NOTES. ' o
On Friday Felb. 5th., the Aca
liau Literary Society met in busi
oees session and elected their offi.
:er for the third term. The offi
:ero elected were:
President ........ Thoee. J. Martin
Vice-President.. Colette Resweber
eoo. and 'Irea.......Owen Labbe
Critic.............Lizzie Knight
Thos. J. Martin, Editor. t
-olds Are Oftes Most Serious
Stop Possible Compilcations
The disregard of a Cold has often
brought many a regret. The fact of
&neezing, C(oughicg, or a Fever should N
be warniiug enough that your system
needs immediate attention. Certainly
Los of Sleep is most serious. It is a 1
warning given by Nature. It is man's
duty to himself to assist by doing his
part. Dr. King's New Discovery is bas
ed on a scientific analysis of Colds. Oe
at your druggist. Buy a bottle to-day.
* -- - - - - - -
-Don't forget that St. Martinu
rille will celebrate Mardi Gras;~
F'eb. 1. 1
- lThe play ''Way Down East"
riven at the Bieuvenu Theatre
rst Sunday was a complete sue.c
eess, the vast theatre was crowded
cnd the play was admirably reu
lred.
-The boat S. Rotolo will make
in excursio.i from Breaux Bridge
o St. Martinville on Mardi Gras,
'eturning the same day. The fare
or he round trip is 50 cents.
-Our people are all a,'tively a'E
rork for the big celebration here
Mn Mardi Gras, those in charge
>romise us a great, big display E
nd lots of fun, so be ready to join
he merry crowd and have a good
me.
The news was received here this
reek of the death of Mr. Stauislass
)abadie, who died in Paris,
?rance, on January 21st., at the
ge of ti9) years. Mr. Dabadie liv
I in St. Martinville for several
ears. He was a brother-in-law s
f I)r A. P. Sillan and Mr. George
,illan, both of this town.
The weather was ideal this week
nd the farmers took' advantage of
t. A large acreage was planted
n Irish potatoes in the Coteau
ection. The cane planters are
currying the preparAtion of their
and for Spring planting. The
-ice planters also are ousy getting
hinge in shape for early planting.
Our people are all taken up with
he idea of celebrating Mardi Gras
LnJ are all taking an active inter
tet.
!he Liver Regulates The Body
A Sluggish Liver Needs Care
So,ueone lhas said that people wlt|h
hronice Liver ('omplaint should be shut
ip away fr, m hutmanity. for they are
pssaimists and see through a "glass
larkly." Why? Because mental states
lepend upon physical states. Biliouse
ue-s, leadaches, Dizziness and Consti
pation disappear after using Pr. King's
New Life Pills. 25c'at your druggist.
The Ladies of the town are giv
ing a Gumbohn and Euchre to-mor
row night at the Knights of Co
Inmbns home, for the benefit of
the Convent of Merry and Ihey
invite all ,our people to come and
help them make s'ucceOs of this
little effort on their part to assist
the giol sisters Games begin at
7:30 and Gumbo served at 9' p. m.
-Congressman Broussard, sug
gest the only way to wipe out the
t;. 8. treasury deficit is by a eus
pensioni for tire years, of the tariff
clause placing sugar on the free
list on May let 1916. If this is
not done, more war tax or more
income or some other tax will have
to be imposed on the people, with
no cheaper sugar. .
STOP THAT COUGH NOW
Wlieen yvon atch Cold. or begin to Coullgh.
the tirst thing to do i to takeri Dr. BIll's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It t|enetrates th' lin
ings of the Throat and Luing4 and tfights I
the Germs of theF Disease. giving quick
relief anl natural healing. "Our whole
family deplend on Pine-Tar-Honey for
Coughs anid Colds." writes Mr. E. Wil
liams, Hamilton, Ohio, It alwayse helps
le at your draergist,.
COAL
ALECTO
Red Ash Fancy Lump Coal
The Best Domestic Coal On, The Market
Don't wait for the rush, but place
your order now, and save money.
Also avoid double handling which is very
injurious to coal.
DUCHLAMP HARDWARE CO.
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And The
Standard Route
To The
WEST
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Two trains daily to California
And Intermediate Points
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Dil. Pua. t. Lake Chales Sa. Pial. £5., lee SalOmi
"TMHE SOUTN'S IREATST ULE COLL EG .
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YOUR Persroal Instruction. Pmree mploy
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No mslrepresentatlons to eeure stu
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22000 former studenta. Soute Cotlle4
is reeoglsled everywhere as a
Awake, Practleal. Popalar and Soa
ceafusl School.
O0O. SOULS & SOaS.
2. G. BRoussaRD
KEAL ESTATE AGENT
E FOR THIlE VALLEY oF THE TECHE LANDS
that will produce paying crops, twelve months in the
year. Let me.abow you.
OFFICE; BANK BUILDING, :: BIlIUI llDGE, LOUSIAl. I
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