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The Side Walk Question.
During the past few days we t hbave made mention of the neces sity of cement sidewalks and this, f naturally, has raised some discus. sion upon this important matter. c We must say that many of our I citizens have discussed the matter t with us and they are all in favor of cement sidewalks and we feel r satisfied that in the course of ac few days, matters will be in shape i for us to submit a plan that will be entirely satisfactory to all who are of sound mind and can reason ably discuss a question of necessi ty, advancement and progress, we, of course, would not undertake the discussion of such importance with a few moss backs who fall into fits when they see any thing that looks like progress and will eventually lead to prosperity, such unfortunate will surely go to Heaven if not to the Pineville Asylum. Some cannot control their safety valve and are. natu rally, not responsible for their noisy vaporings. If we want to retain our autbo rity as an incorporated commui ty. we must, and will have cement sidewalks. The more progressive towns like Crowley, New Iberia and Jeanerette are not satisfied with paved sidewalks, but are pay ing their streets and today even the parishes are paving their main thoroughfares. Under such progressive condi tions can the people of St. Martin ville take a step backward and op pose the building of a system of cement sidewalks, we say no! Antl we trust that the town authorities will take the matter in hand at once and push it to mature forms with the least delay possible. We must have cement sidewalks and the sooner the better. The implicit confidence that many peo ple have in Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience in the use of that remedy and their knowledgeof the many remark able curer* of colic, diarrhoea and dysen tery that it has effected. For sale by all drugglst RAILROAD ELECTIONS. The election Monday to take the sense of the tax.payers on the de mand of the Louiasiana Electric Railway and Power Co., resulted as follows: Votes cast for the tax ........ 121 Voves cast against the tax.... 6 Assessment for the tax $115,945.00 Assessment against 3,900.00 The election Thursday to take the sense of the voters regarding the vote of a 5 mill tax in favor of the Southwestern Traction and Power Co., resulted as follows: Votes cast for ...............157 Votes cast against ........... 4 Assessment for ....... 191,450 07 Assessment against .... 2,10000 The vote in favor of the Louisi ana Electric Railway and Power Co., was defeated and the tax in favor of the Southwesternu Trac tion and Power Co., was carried. Carl. O'senberg, a yonog Rus. siau, agied about 23 years old, was killed Thorsday in the railroad pit at Delacroix where he was walk ing, loading dirt on the care, the ground caving over him. Messrs. Earl Eastin, Henry and Leopold Beelin left yesterday for Mexico. Bostonian Shoes all the latest cnts at K. Schwartz. J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio, pur ebased a bottle of Chamerlan's Cough Rsmedv for his bot who had a coll. and before the bottle was all used tihe boy's cold was glone. Is that not better than to pay a five dollar doctor's bill ? For als by all drtuaglists. Many Driven From Home. Every year, in many parts of the coun try, thousands are driven from their homes by coughs and lung diseases. of Friends and business are left behind L for other climates, but this is costly and D niot always sure A better way--the way of multitudes-is to use I)r King's New ai IDiscovery and cure yourself at home L Stay right there, with your friends, anti take this safe medicine. Throat and N lung troubles flud quick relief and health returns. Its help iu coughs, colds, grip, e4 croup, whoopihg-cough and sore lungs > make it a positite blessing 50c and $1.00 1 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all P druggists. -d The several electric lights pla ced in frontof the Bienvenu Thea- d tre make a fine effect. d n The price of cotton in the seed a this week is $33 and quite an n amount was brought to town this 0 week. Messrs. Rene Bienvenu, Lionel Fleming and Carrol Simon left yesterday to enter the Tulane Me. dical school. Mrs. Felix Brouseard of Breaux Bridge was in town several days this week visiting her mother, Mrs. Taylor Daspit. -Constable Emile Martin went to Jeanerette Thursday to arrest a white man named Joe LeB!anc, charged with wife disertion. Senator Fernand Mouton of La fayette accompanied here Thurs day Mr. Fagette of the Fraico. American Bank and Mr. Jules Godcheaux of New Orleans who are financing the Crosby road and Mr. Blum, the treasurer of the Company. Notice. I am buying corn. Laizaire Bienvenu. Your Printed Matter Is Your Introduction. Consider for a moment the business men you would like to meet in the city. Would you want some one to take you around and introduce you if he wore a cheap, wrinkled I suit, dirty collar and battered hat ? This is the impression you give these same business men when you send them cheap and careless printing. Prin r ted matter is your introduc I tion to them and you should make it as neat and attractive ias you would make your own appearance if you were to meet these men face to face. You can always be sure of Shaving your printing attractive if you let us handle your work. We put thought aiid care into - the type arrangement and the selection of stock. It means - the right kind of an introduc e tion every time. Call us up or drop into our office and let us prove to you how it means to have the RIGHT kind of printed matter -and how cheap it is in the end than any other kind at any price whatever. S THE MESSENGER. S If in need of OATS and CORN r get it from Laizaire Bienoveno, he is supplying he public in feeod. /, BOARD OF HEALTH. I - - S Pursuant to adjournment the Board of Health of the Town of St. Martinville, La.. met this 24th day of September A. D. 1912, at 6 P. M. Dr. A. P. Sillan, president in the chair. and the following members present: Mr. L. F. Gary, Mr. A. G. Goulas, Mr. E. E. Soulier and Dr. P. H. Fleming. Absent: None: On motion of Mr. E. E. Soulier, duly seconded and carried the chief Iuepec tor's salary was fixed at $25,00 a year. He to make two inspectors and two re ports a year. On motion of Mr. Soulier, duly secon ded and carried the Secretary's salary A was fixed at $25,00 a year. On motion of Mr. Soulier, duly secon ded and carried the Chief of Police is A directed to notify all those who peddle h milk on horseback or on foot that they must deliver said milk in white wide- Or mouth bottles according to regulations ti of the Boaad, in default of which they $14 will be compelled to stop selling milk altogether. Wi There being no further business, on motion of Mr. Soulier, duly seconded and carried, the meeting adjourned to - October 15th, 1912, at 6 P. M. A. P. SILLAN. President. SIDNEY E. DELAHOL'SAYE. Secretary. Uncle Ezra Says "It don't take more'n a gill uv effort to git folks into a peak of trouble" anid a little neglect of constipation. bilious ness, indigestion or other liver derange ment will do the same. If ailing. take Dr. King's New Life Pills for quick re sults. Racy, safe, sure. and oilly 25e at all druggists. SHERIFF'S SALE. Bank of St. Martinville vs F. T. Guilbeau aiid St. Mai tin (til Works Ltd. No. l1(H95 Stats of Louiiana. Parishll of St. Martin, 19th Judicial District Coult. By virtue ir an order of seizure andl sale *sued out of the 19th Judicial Dis trict Court in and fur the 'Parish of St. Mae tin. State of Louisiana. ill the above entitled and numbered suit, dated this 9th day September 1913. I have seized and will proceed to sell at public auction to the last aslid high est bidder at the front door of the Court House, between the legal sale hours in the Town of St. Martinville, on Saturday November 2nd, 1912. the following described property to-wit. That certain town lot with all the im I provements and buildings thereon in cluding the Cotton Gin Plant and ac I cessories and being lot one (1) two (2) three (3) four (1) five (5) six (6) Our hundred and nineteen (119) one hundred I and twenty two (122) one hundred and ' twenty three (123) and one hundred and twenty four (124) of the prospective town of St. Paul of the Plat of survey thereof, bounded north by Mouton Avenue, South I by Bridge street, East by lots seven and one hundred and eighteen (118) of said plat of survey and west by Railroad Avenue. Seized to satisfy the above writ. Terms and conditions-cash. Sheriff's office this 24th day of Septem ber A, D. 1912. WADE 0. MARTIN, Sheriff. S NOTICE. SMeet me at the Lafay ette Fair, October lo e 13 912. - Excursion Strain from Cade Sun- ; Sday October I3th., re e turns same day. An article that has real merit shoull in time become popular. That such is the case with Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy has been attested by many dealers. u Here is one of them. H. W. Hendrickson, Ohio Falls, Ind..writee." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best for coughs, r colds and croup, colds and croup, and is d my best seller."' For sale by all druggist. NOTICE. We have on Keystone Plantation a black cow about 3 years old, tip of horns cut. and branded A The owner is re quested to come X and prove bhis pro perty and pay the costs. KEYSTONE PLANTATION, e per Oswald IDurand I. Sept I, 1913, R. R. No. 2. Southiestern Louisiana Industrial Institute, LA'YýTEFLZEý3, IA. With the 50 per cent. increase of appropriation allowed by Legislature, will be a 100 per cent better school. Among many other improvements it will now have: A Two Years Course for Teachers in home Economics. A Two Years Course for Teachers in Agriculture and Farm .Mechanics. A Professor of Biology and Bacteriology. An additional Professor of Agriculrure and Animal Husbandry. A higher academic standard iu its four years course. A Preceptor of Studies in the Boys' Dormitory. A Preceptress of Studies in the Girl's Dormitory. A Director of Athletics for buys; another for girls. A Swimming Pool. A Poultry Farm. A Steam Laundry, A Complete Sending and Receiving Outfit in Wireless Telegraphy. ThoroughI Practical Courses in Stenogiaphy, Telegraphy. Busiuness. A Librari an and keeper of study hour classes. Graduates of the Four Years courses are entitled to a First Grade Teackers' Certi ficate. Or they may take high standing in Colleges. All expenses do not exceed $160 a year. Police Juries are authorized to appropriate as much as $250 a year to send students here. 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