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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ILL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . JUSTICE TO ALL . SUBSCRIlTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLIUME XXVII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SEPTEMBER 7, 1912. NUMBER 28
ANTI - LICE KILLS CHICKEN
LICE OR ANY KIND OF LICE
1-2 Bottle 15 cents makes 7 gallons.
Dip the chickens in this solution and
spray or sprinkle hen house.
Sold under guarantee
)H. P. FOURNET,
) Wholesale and Commission,
) Rail Road Avenue,
) .1ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
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W Do not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe ,
for it yourself, it cost so little, js.oo for thle wholc ) ear ....
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - $276,409,67
Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4
per cent. interest on time deposits, and 3 per
cent. interest on savings deposits.. :.
HAS BEST FAOILITIES TO ACCOMMODATE ITS CUSTOMERS.
"RY AN A000OUNT WITH THIS BANK.
Laizaire Bienvenu, " I'""'a A"f ,. ... '
0oo1 FiaLrurec tnm.nomprkenkm.
The people of Lafayette are giv.
ing muoh attention at this time to
road building. They realize the
necessity of good roads and have J
committees looking into this mat
ter with a view of going into it in
the proper way and on a large
-It was reported to us that the
Smede Brus., of Cade have built a
model road from Cade to Segura
and from the Main road to the
Lake Bridge, and we learn at their
own expense, which is a commen
dable public spirit.
What We Never Forget
according to science, are the things as
soelated with our early home life, such
as Buckleu's Arnica Salve, that mother
or grandmother used to cure our burns.
boils, scalds, sores, skin eruption. cuts,
sprains or bruises. Forty years of cures
prove its merit. Unrivaled for piles,
corns or cold-sores. Only 25 cents at all
-The town authorities are out.
ting the grass and the grass ordi- 4
nances compelling owners or re
ters to cut the grass on the side
walks and yards will be strictly
enforced. Now is the proper time t
to get rid of grass. Do it now to
prevent the police from serving a -
notice on you.
The implicit coutidencethat many peo
ple have in Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remuedy is founded on
their experience in the use of that remedy
and their knowledge of the many remark
able cures of colic, diarrhoea and dysen
tery that it has effected. For sale by all
The Frisco railroad is now run
ning a double daily servioe be.
tween Opelousaes and Charenton,
which is proving a great convi
nieuce to the people on that line.
It seems to us that the Southern
Pacific could improve the service
this on branch by adopting a like
system. We believe a motor line
from Port Barre to Cads to meet
all the trains would be as success
ful as they are on all other lines.
and we believe if our people would
take up the matter with the Com
pany such arrangement could be
Few. if any, medicines, have met with
the uniform success that has attended
the us of ('hamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The remarkable
t-lrus of colic and diarrhoea which it has
efficted in almost every neighihorhoomd
have given it a wide reputation. For
taln by ill druggists.
The City Council iand Street
Committee and 'The Southwesterni
'Taction and Power Company have
compromised their difference as to,
the amount of the cost of paving
Main Street to be ssessedt to the
share of the Traction Co. The'
new arrangement is that the Trac
tion Co,. will lay the foundation
for its track pay $16,000 as its pro
rats of the paving and mUaintain
eight feet of the paving after it is
la'd by the city. The Herald
thinks this settlement of the mat
ter is best for the town, as all
csause for delay is now removed
and the paving can be put down
this summer. Engineer Warren
B. Reed telegrapbhed Bitholithoei
the rontractors that they can ship
their material and starts the pay.
nau at onwe, - Jeanurette Herald.
- ompany _ - -
e Use Snow Drift Hydrated Lime
R To sprinkle your cane and corn. Best because it 11
has no lumps and does not injure the plant. Will i
positively kill all worms and insects.
SOLD BY i
DUCHAMP HARDWARE CO.
ONE WAY COLONIST RATES
AND THE WEST
September 25 to October io, 1912
$37.55 FROM ST. MARTINVILLE
Through Trains, No Change
Oil burning locowntivo . electric block signals, tourist sleep
ers, chair care and coselbs, dining oar service best in world
For for full tahmaatte apply toer local amnt, or writ.
J. H. . PARSONS, A. G. LITILE,
Sea. has. Agt.. lew Orlean Dv. ham. Agit. Lake Shaen
"iE SOU AY S LOIST RATES
SCSOL IF O nO I G E
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
ThrouShould be Ces thebest training to pe
tare them for success in buelnees.
J. OUR Personal In. PSOstrcton. Free mploE,
o. meat Department. Complete College
Dank. College Store and Wholesak
No miarepreeentations to secure stu
dents. Through the success of lit
22000 former students. Boule College
is recoslsed everrwhere as a Wide
Awake. Practical. Popular and Sae
00o. SOVLIa & SOS.
too arpents of Sandy Land, with improvements
thereon, situated near S. P. Main line.
1 mile from DLuchamp Station
i mile from Cade
i) mile Irom Smedes Refinery.
For particulors apply to
E. A. MARAIST,
Will sell on terms. St. Martinville, La.