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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
Si. KIINS 0s O JOB PRINTING J USTICE TO ALL . SUeCRIPTIOr $1,00 PIE ANNUM
VOLUME xxxI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. NOVEMBER 4, 1916. NuMsB 37
\VADE O. MARTIN
FOR C( NGRESS.
An unlought and unbossed De
,.erat; the friend of every indus
try in the distriet; the friend of the
masses; and the friend of a Party
that is a Party.
If you stand for progress, you
cannot stand for a Progressive
'ongressman. The Progressive
party is (lead. To be against both
dominant parties is to be without
recognition at Washington. Can
you afford it? Wade O. Martin as
a Democratic Congressman can
best serve your interests. Vote for
him on Nov, 7, 1916.
WEB UY CORN 4ALL THEI-;
TIME, AND MEET ALL;
PRIeE. WE PAY $1.50
FOR 121 POUNDS.
WE SELL AND DELIVER COAL AT ALL TIME.
George Greig & Co.
Rail road Avenue at Lumber Yard
Do not borrow your neighbors paper
this year, subscribe for it yourselt, it
cost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.
Bank of St. Martinville,
St. Martinvile, La.
Report fuknished to the State Bxamier of State
Banks by the above Bank at the close of
buarslness on Sept 25th 1910.
Loaus .ecured by mortgage
Other looan and discounts . i"
Other hood., stock, aecuritioe etc -.
Banking house and fixtures 24.7i,:
Other real estate owned
Du* from Banks and Bankers - tl;.E
('hecks and other caubh items - - 57.
,-iber, nickel and copper ouin - - 4-,g.
National bank notes etC
Total 9 4.'":"'
.apitIl stock Iaid in o.u,000.u
Sourplus 1 ..
Undivided protite, Iess ezpeunes and 'Faxe pai 16,t.(U
Div)i,lud unpaid - 4s.t
Indivildual maving deposits 8t.210.lt4
ludividotl depoeit subject to checkel 220.127.116.11
Time certiticates of deposit 2la. t81
l)ensand certificates of deposit 13.1U.ou
HlillV I'a) able
"IATE *F or t)I.o AIANA
I',lA IH tIr rT. IASTI[
I. ,obert Martin. I'rea dernt HUtd I. Albert Hiturenu, arh1ler , f tie h,"
I!Hmu'd Bank. In solemnly tewear that the aIM S staetenmen iit trueeto the heet of nn'
kuawle"lgoe aqd belief
owlte-ri ed and eworn to I efore me' this 29th day of Sept. 191t.
.1MmAe .1. 'tTI. S Noar) Public.
We do all kinds of Job Printing
If the general Lprosplerity i ciaus.
ed by the war. how is that the su.
gar producers of Louisiana with
the war still going on are legging
the trust to buy a portion of its
preducts? How is it with the war
still going on the prices for sugar
when the cane planters have cane
are not as good as when they have
no cane to sell, in the nine other
months of the year? Is it not high
time for people to do their own
thinking. and cease swollowing
this protection fudge and bunc,
that protect the favored few, gives
special privileges to a select few,
and denies equal rights to all.
Think it over and and vote for
Wade 0. Martin.
Notice is hereby given that I'. S.
Spraying Barge No. 1 will begin
spraying the plants in Bayou Teche
at once and will continue until the
plants are exterminated.
Owners of cattle and livestock I
are hereby cautioned to keep them
away from the Bayou and not al
low them to eat the plants after
they have been sprayed as the
spraying solution is very poisonous
and may cause death.
J. L. SCHLEY.
Major, Corps ef Engineers.
Ferget Your Aches
Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame back I
make life a burden. If you suffer from
rheumatism. gout, lumbago, neuraigia,
get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment. the
universal remedy for pain. Easy to ap
ply; it penetratee without rubbing and
soothes the tender flesh. Cleaner and
more effective than mussy ointments or
poultices. For strains or sprains, sore
muscles or wrenched ligaments result
lug from strenuous exrercise. Sloan's Li
niment gives quick relies. Keep it on
hand for emergencies. At your drug
Basket Ball Team.
The girls basket ball team of the
St. Martinville High School went
to .leauerette last Saturday and
playued the team of that town. our
girls defeated the Jeanerette team
by a score of 71 to 34.
This afternoon at three-thirty
o'clock the same teams will play
here on the high school grounds.
The admission will be 10 and 15
The St. Martinville high choo,l
Foot Ball team will play the La
fayette Industrial Scrubs team at
the Ball Park here at one thirty
o'clock this afternoon. The pd.
mission is 15 and 25 cts. School
children 10 and 15 cents.
Bad Colds From Little Sneezes Grot
Many colds that haug on all winter
start with a sueeze. a nifle, a sore
throat. a tight chest. You know the
symptoms of colds, and you know
prompt treatment will break them up.
Dr. King's New Discoverv. with its sooth
lug antiseptic balsams, has been break
ing up colds and healing coughs of
young and old for 47 years. Dr. King's
New Dliscovrv looenus the phlegm.
clears the head. soothes the irritated
membrane and makes breathing easier.
At your druggist ~t)c.
The Jury who tried Helaire Car
riere, slayer of Sheriff Marion L.
Swords of St Landry parish, found
him guilty as charged. This mean
that Carriere will be hanged unless
an appeal to higher courts is taken.
Bishop Laval will arrive here on
the 11th. of this montn for the
p1urpose of confirming a large ('class
of c·hildrtn at the Catholic Church
on Sunday the 12th.
Father Trotoux will be assisted
on that day by several priests from
the neighboring towns.
A class of 500 children was con
tirm~d Iy Bishop Laval of New Or
Ir.:.e- :.bSt. John's CatholicChurch
l dt Lafayette last Sunday.
Duchamp Hardware Co.
. WE SELL COAL.
We buy Pecans.
All Grades of
Cut any size 'desired at this office
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