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TIHE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINW'NG ) JUSTICE TO ALL . sUBSCRITION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLUM xxvIIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 20, 1915. Nu nan 52
To the Live Stock Owners of thllState.
Past experience has taught tbsh
best results are obta:ued whi anoi
male are vaccinated against bhar
bon eally in the Spring so .,s to
allow about 30 days in whichbto
secure protectiun before the sea
son approaches when obarbon u
fection usually develops.
The State Live Stock Sanuits y
Board strongly urges, therefo e,
that, in those sections uf the Stbtei
iu which charbon infection has
been known to exist in previurt
years, vacoination of anima Is
should be commenced not laeer
than March let. That is, the a st
dose, of a double does vacc ioe
should be given at that time.
If stock owners will give taiu
matter their careful attention, i.
will increase the number of pro
tected animals at the begiuniug o:
the charbon season, and mater il
ly limit the spread of the disese,
should the coming Summer prove
favorable to the development of
Louisima Live Stock Sanitary Boart.
Dr. E. Pegram Flower,
Secretary and Executive Officer.
We offer One Hundred Dollars ewad
for any case of Catarrh that nuaot ~e
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toleo,;D.
We, the undersigned, have known F.J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and beliee
him perfectly honorable in all bunitule
transactions and financially able to ar
ry out any obligations made by his fam.
National Bank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken lnteraJl
ly, acting directly upon the blood aid
mucous surfaces of the system.
aeud for testlmonuals free.
F'. J. CIIENErY & CO., Toledsa
Sold by all Druggist.,
'ik ke Hall's Family Pills for cons u ltioun
SALESMAN WANTED to Iouk after
our Interest in St. Martin and, aliasut
countles. Salary or Comipissiou.
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W'Get all the local nws, subscribe for the Messengel
Celeetitue I)oirotn vs Augustin Roy d
No. 11241 h
l·th Juldicial Dlistrict ')ourt i
;t ºte of Louisiana, I'ariNli of St. MIartin.
t preliminary dlefault having been re
g- larly taken in the above entitled aInd
- ut nbered cause. and no miotioni to set
t! s said default aside within legal de
ai ys. this case was accordingly fixed for i
Il e confirmationu of the said default, and Ii
ont the day tixed, called, taken up, tridl r
aaid submitted. I
By reason of the law and the evidence
adduced herein, It is ordered, adjudged
and decreed that there be judgment
herein in favor of the Plaintiff, Celestine
Doiron, autd against the Defendant Au- a
gustiO Roy, her husband, decreeing a a
dissolution of the Community of acquete t
* and gal is heretofore existing between
r them, aad aseperation of property be
tween the said plaintiff and the said De
fendant, hereby given and granting to
b the said Plaintiff the full and entire
control and management of her own af
fairs; costs to be paid by Defendant.
This done, read aloud and signed in
open Curt, at 81. Martinville, La., this I
7th day of the month of November A. D. a
Signed JAMES SIMON,
Judge (f the 19th Judicial District Court
in and for the Parish of St. Martin, La.
f State ol Louisiana
Parish of St. Martin
I. Ignace Bienvenu. Chief Deputy Clerk
I, of Court and ex Officlo Recorder in and
for the Parish of St. Martin, Louisiana,
do hereby certify the above and forego
log to be a true correct and exact copy
of the original Judgment rendered in
the mtter entitled Celestine Doiron vs
SAnguostin Roy No. 11241 of the Parish of
e S. Martin, La.,-the original of which I
was recorded in the Conveyance of the I
) Clerk's Office of this Parish in Convey
1. anee Book No. folio under
e No. Y" 46 of Conveyances.
e In f .ith whereof witness my official
r- slgnature and seal of office at St. Mar- I
s. tinville, La., Dec. 21st 1914.
). Chief Deputy Clerk of Court and ex-Offl
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U. 25c at your.druegist.
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Mr. Zephirin Vicknair of Parks, I
died last Friday and was buried
here at three o'clock Saturday 3
aveiting last. Mr. Vicknair was 3
I;9 years of age.- 3
-Some of our people came o
;ether last week and filled tie
large holes leading to the lake
road. The work was done by con
tribution by a few town people.
A heavy rain felt here Sunday
morning. It interfered somewhat
with the planters and was bad on
the roads in the parish, which are
full of small holes which retain i
the water and make them bad. ;
-Mr. Vincent Guidry who was
working on the U. S. dredge boat
now dredging the Tech* from the
Looks down, met with an accident
on the boat Sunday morning last
which resulted in a broken leg,
he was brought here in a boat, at
the home of his mother, and was
attended by Dr. P, H. Fleming.
We receive last week, the first
issue of The Louisiana Advance,
publiahed by E. L. Simmons of
Breaux Bridge. The first number
is a credit to the publisher, it is
well edited and nicely printed,
and will be a valuable asset to the
town of Breaux Bridge, if it re
ceives the support that is requir
e' to keep a paper of this kind
running. The people of Breaux
Bridge do not seem to appreciate
the value of a good, live paper.
The pupils of the Breaux Bridge
High School presented a nice lit
tle play at the Opera House here
last Saturday, which was very
well rendered, and much appre
ciated by those who attended, but
we are sorry to say that our peo
ple did not respond to the appeal
of our young friends as they
should, as the attendance was
small The object of the pupils
in giving this play, was to raise
money to establish a domestic
science department in their school.
The bad holes that were allowed
to become imlpaeable on the Lo
reanville road was repaired last
week. The parish gave fifteen
dollars and the people of the
town and country gave their time
free to repir the rondl, thirty five
men and three carts worked one
full day, ithey repairedl the road,
iut cou'l not finish the work as
i ald he, it would require a
g deal of work yet, to make
this piece as it should be. This
is a fair example of how expensive
it is to neglect our roads. If this
road liehd been attended to, one
man could have kept it in good
cotndition, by simply filling the
holes befrore they became impacs
The Idleness In (Cities.
One ,vershIadiig reason why
there are so many idle people in
the cities is that there is too much
uncultivated land ii the country.
How long will it take the world to
learn that there are not enough
roller top desk jobs to go round,
whereas Nature has made it possi
i blefor all her children to make
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