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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . JUSTICE TO ALL SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 Pmn ANNUM
uMI xxx. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 27, 1915. NUMBER 1
KBON VACCINATION.
Live Stock Owners of the State.
it experience has taught that
sults are obtauned when ani
are vaccinated against ohar
rly in th6 Spring so as to
about 30 days in which to
proteetion before the sea
proaches when obarbou iu
usually develops.
State Live Stock Sanitary
strongly urges, therefore,
those seotions'uf the State
lh chbarbon infection has
nows to exist in previoun
vaccination of animals
be commenuced not later
arch let. That is, the first
.of a double dose vaccine
be given at that time.
took owners will give this
their careful attention, it
erease the number of pro
animals at the beginning of
rbon seison, and material
the spread of the disease,
the coming Summer prove I
Is to the development of
Live Stock Saitaru Board.
. E. Pegram Flower,
y and Executive Officer.
HOW'S THIS?
One Hundred Dollars Reward
of Catarrh that cannot be
I'm C rh Cure.,
Seaey &t Co., Toledo, 0.
e pudeelgned, have known F. J. a
mor the last 16 years, and believe I
estly bimorable in all business
a sd i nancially able to car- I
y bblplltis made by his firm. I
"stind Bank of Commeree,
f . "Toledo, 0. (
EMhnkd Cure is taken lnternal
direetly pou the blood and
4taes of yye systr
SAtlmutahls free.
Y. J. CHIENEY & CO. Toledo. 0 I
oId by all irdtgglsts,
Ilb Family Pills for constipation
MAN WANTED to look after ,
in St. Matin and adjacent I
MS ary er CommissIelon. (
TIHE LINCOLN OIL CO I
Cleveland. O. ;
',PITAZ, SURPLUS and PROFITS 66.849,58
OTAL ASSETS - - 276.409,67 ire
;"akea loo at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4 per '
-". Wt on time deposits and 3 per cent inter- i
rat est on savings deposits. 1 i
IrI
BEI I AACILITIES TO AdCOMMODATE
U$%iUERS. TRY AN AC(DUNT WITH W
THIS BANK.
tht local news, subscribe for the Messenger
JU MENT.
Celeatlue Doi nu vs Augustin toy
. 11241
* 19th Judi a t Distrlct Court
State of Loulsia , Parish of St, Martin.
A preliminary efault having been re
- gularly taken I the above entitled and
numbered.caue and no motion to set
the said defalt aside within legal de
lays, this case accordingly fixed for
the confirmatio of the said default, and
on the day fixe4 called, taken up, tried
and submitted.
By reason of The law and the evidence
adduced herein'lt is ordered, adjudged
and decreed that there be judgment
herein in favor f the Plaintiff, Celestine
Doirou. and a inst the Defendant Au
gustin Roy, he husband, decreeing a
dissolution of te Community of acquits
and gains her fore Existing between
them, and a se ration of property Ihe
tween the paid laiutiff and the said De
fendant, hereb given and granting to
the said Plai ill the full andi entire
control and m agemnut of her own af
fairs; costs to paid by Defendant.
This done, r d aloud and signed in
oped Court. SI. Martinville, La., this
7th day of the onth of November A. D.
1914.
S ined JAMES SIMON,
Judge of the th Judicial District Court
in and for the arish of St. Martin, La.
State of Louis na
Parish of St. artiun
I. Ignace Bi venu. Chief Deputy Clerk
of Court and Officio Recorder in and
for the Parish of St. Martin, Louisiana,
b hereby ce fy the above and forego
ing to be a tr*e correct and exact copy
of the origino Judgment rendered in
the matter entitled Celestine Doiron vs
Angustin Roy No. 11241 of the Parish of
St. Martin, Lat.-the original of which
was reeordeed4uthe Convpianee of the
Clerk's Office of this Parish in Convey
ance Book No, folio under
No. 37746 of Conveyances.
In faith whereof witness my official
signature and seal of office at'St. Mar
tinyille, La., Dec. 21st 1914.
IGNACE BIKNVENU.
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court and ex-Offi
cio Recorder.
STOP THAT COUGH8 -NOW
When yon catdi Cold, or begin to Cough,
the first thing to do is to take Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It penetrates the lio
Ings oflthe Throat and Lunge and fights
the Germs of the Disease, giving quick
relief and natural healing. "Our whole
family depend on Pine-Tar-Honey for
Coughs and Colds." writes Mr. E. Wil
liams, Hamiltou, Ohio. It always help.
. c at your;dmirRiet.
We learn that Mr. Louis Greig
has contracted for a deep well to
be put down on his place, which
will be used to irrigate a rice crop.
Monroe was selected as the next
meeting place of the Louisiana
Press Aseociation, which will be
held on Jane 8, 9 and 10th.
Postmaster R P. Halphen was
appointed a delegate to the State
Convention of the Woodmen of
the World, which will be held in
New Orleans shortly.
Work on the big irrigation well
of Bonin.Duraud Co., was com
menced last week and is .being
pushed rapidly. This well is 12i
inches and is expected to irrigate
500 acres.
-Mr. Ro1bert Barrae returned
from Texas last Saturlay, where
he had gone to look up for a loca
tion with a view of moving his
barber shop to the Lone Star
State. We learn that he will
move in the near future.
The pretty pleasure boat Polly
with a party of pleasure seeker
was at the landing here Sunday
for a short time. The owner of
the boat who is from the North
comes here evpry year while on
his pleasure trip.
We were told by the Committee
in charge, that notices were sent
by registered mail to Police Ju
rors C. E Bmede and Louis P.
Olivier of the First Ward, that
ten days after the service of said
notice that petitions will be cir
culated for signatures. It is said
that 112 signatures will be re
quired to call the election to vote
on the recall. This being a new
procedure in this state, the people
are greatly iutereited in the re
sult of this move.
Half the joy of life comes from
getting good out of things as we
go along. Some of us are always
putting off our enjoyments. After
a while we expect to take a rest,
see a friend, read a book. But af7
ter a while never comes; the good
time we are l,,kiug forward to
lies as far away as ever. All our
life is spent 41 mtauiug to over
take it anal e''j y it. M eanwhile
we toil, drludge, ail g Kow old, peas
in" yv vich ounI'lti-l y, 'h. haI -
pinese as mniot Dut I fe nry day.
In c(',mlnpV with M r. lPorteus
It Burkb AIIi Judite Nucholls ye
scribe autool to St. Martinville
last Wednesday evening. While
Ith-re, we albn took an advantage
of the opo rtunity to(, visit the
famus "St. Jhn PlantatioL which
is oue of tlhe largest ad pretCtiest
priIpertle in tLhe State of Louisi
anus. Aielc foumn the activity dis
played by the farmers near the
tIoDo, wecucnot t but complimeut
tbhe citizens of St. Martioville for
the good cement sidswalks whrich
almost cover every street inside of
the corporate limits.--New Iberia
Enterprise.
The appropriatiom made by the
State of scbool funds will give St.
Martin parish $13,374 50.
COAL
ALECTO
[ Red Ash Fancy Lump Coal
i The Best Domestic Coal Oi The larket
, Don't wait for the rush, but place
your order now, and save money.
E Also avoid double handling which is very
injurious to coal.
DUCHAMP HARDWARE 0O.
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To The
WEST
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Two trains daily to California
And Intermediate Points
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Nio misrepresentattia to secure stu-.
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