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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, November 16, 1912, Image 2

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Porto Rico's New Wondcr.
From far away Porto iRico cowsme re- i
ports of a wonderful new discovery that (
is believed will vastly benefit the people.
Ramon T. Marchan,. of Barcelonleta,
writes "lDr. King's New Discovery is do
ing splendid work here. It cured we
about five times of terrible coughs alnd
colds, also nmy brother of a severe cold in
his chest and more than 20 others, who
uised It on my advice. We hope this great
medicine will yet be sold in every drug
store in Porto Rico." For throat and
anld lung troubles it han uo equal. A
trial will convince you of its merit. 5'c
and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by all druggists. L
When the school board which a
was elected on November 5th meets
to organize they will be confron
ted with an interesting, if not dif
ficult problem. r
According to Act 214 of 1912, a
the board is to be divided into
three groups by wards. The first
group will hold office two years,
the second one four years sud the
third six years. Just how the di- e
vision is to be made is a question I
for the board to decide. State
Superintendent Harris has issued "
a letter advising that the division
be made according to the Humeri.
cal of the wards.
If the advice of Supt. Harris is
accepted as authority and the
Board acts accordingly, the first
group should be composed of the I
first and second ward, the terms
of the members of these wards
would be two years, the second
group of the third and fourth
wards, and their terms four years
and the third group of the fifth
ward, whose terms would be six
State of Ohio. City of Toledo I
Lucas Cuuuty sue. (
l'rank J. Clheney wakes oath that he is
seuior partner of the firm of F. J. Cbe
ney & '., doinglU business in the City of
Toledo, 'ounity and State aforesaid, and
that said tii u will pay the sum of ONE a
IIUNDREID IH)LLARS for each andevery I
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of IIALL'S CATARRH CURE. a
Sworn to before we and subscribed in
ay presenlce. this 6th day of December. a
4. D. Isv;. A. W. GLEASON.
*Seal) Notary Public.
Hlall's ('atarrh Cure is taken internal
lv and acts directly upon the blood and I
mucous surfaces of the system.
Sbed for testnmonials free.
F. J. CHIENEY & CO.. Toledo, O
Sold by all Druggists.
Take liall's Fiailyv Pills for counstipation t
Mr. Edward Broussard of Lo
reatsville was married to Miss
Alice BUisras of St. Martin parish,
at the Catholic Church here, Mon-.
day evening at half past six o'clock.
From the church they went to Lo
reauville, which place will be their
Jefferson's police jury took the
bsheriff, distriot attorney and coro
ner off the parish salary roll and a
put their pay on a fee basis.
The 110.acres plantation of Mrs.
t8ostheus Judice, east of Bayou
Teche, half-mile from St. Martin.
vills, having a fine pecau grove.*
Will rent for $300, will sell for i
S6000. For particulars see
The boy's appetite is often the soure s
of amaeiment. If you would have such y
an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They not only create a heallhy appetite. e
but strengthen the stomach and enable E
It to do its work aaturally. For sale by
all druggistes.
To take ink out of linenu. Dip
the ink spot in pure melted tal. O
low, then washb out the tallow and
the ink will come out with it. 'This
is asid to be uufailing. Mill will u
roeasve ink from linen or colored
muslios, when acids would be a
ruinous, by soaking the goods un
til the spot is very faint, and then
rabbing and riusing in cvld water. j
State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martin, TI
lc. l e:
IBy virtue of the authority in me ves
ted by the Constitution and Laws of the Si
State of Louisiana. I will offer for sale, w
at the front dilr of the Court House of
this Parish. In St. Martinville, La.. ei
at within the legal hours for Judicial I
ug Sales, beginning at the hour of I o'clock
A a. U., oni al
'lc Saturday Dec. 2 1st, 1912,
sed and contiuuiDn ou each succeeding day C
until said sales are completed, all im- ti
movable and movable on which taxes
cli are now due to the Corporation of St. AI
its Martinville, as per assessment for the w
years 1910 and 1911 together with inter
eat from Jan. let 1911 on 19101 taxes and G
if- from Jan. 1st 1912 on 1911 taxes at the AI
rate of 2 per cent per mouth until paid
L2, and all costs, as follows, to wit : e
ito 1910 %
rt J. C. Bieuveuu. north Port street.
east Esclavou, south Alarist, west ci
J.C. Blenuveuu, north Bertrand,
- east Self. south Port street. west
ou Washington street
it J.C. Bleuvenu, north Bieuveuu,
ed east Maiu street, south Port street, 1
west Bieuvenu ui
OL1 J. C. Bienvenu. north Port street,
ri- east Esclavou, south iDelahouseaye. t,
west Condley $125.b3 ,
Marcel DeMahy. north Martin,
east Main street, south Thomas,
be west Washington street $34.99 i
ret Marie Louise Fonteleau, north 1
be Port street, east Nectoux, south u
,m Church prop., west Jacob $10.16 n
di eM J 1911 o
Jeff Moore. Jr.. north Fauchet, d
od east toad, south Moore, west Same $3.91
tb Mrs. Jaociu Beguaud, north
ire Street, east Frauz, south Same.
thb west Teche t3.74
Lucleu Bleuvenu, north Street,
east Columbus street, south Brous.
sard, west Bieuvenu $6 47 0
Bernadette Bieuvnuu, north Bieu- e
veuu. east Louis street, south Ma- -
dison street. west Clinton steet $6.4 a
is ft. .1. Bieuvenu, uuith Bien'enu,
be- east Louis street, south Madison,
of west Theatre street $
ud Mis. and Mr. E. B. Bieuvenu, t
NE north Bienyenu, east Self, south
try Hamilton, west Theatre street $1.2b
by Mathilda Bienveuu, north Du
LE. rand. east Pavia, south Ferrau.
west Main street $5.43 I
in Valentine Bleuveuu, north Port
per. street, east Coudley. south Simon,
west Theatre street $6.4
l1c. J. C. Bienveuu, north Port str.
al- east Esclavou, south Maraist, west c
mud Eelavon
J. C. Bienvenu, north Bortraud, Ii
east Self, south Port street, west
, O Wrshington street
J. C. Bleuvenu, uorth Bienveuu.
ion east Main street, south Port street,
west Self 493.b2
Jo- Joe. Burke, north Port street,
east Decuir, south - - , west
Sasalle #1.90
b, Etate lieu Bertrand, north 1 iltz,
in- east Main street, south Loan Asso.
ck. west Self $6.47
,o. Estate Alphouse Boucvalt, north
Randolph street, east Prade, south
Boucvalt, west Garert $2.32
Marcel DeMahy, north Martin,
east Mlain street, south Thomas,
e west %ashington $29..s
ro- Mrs. A. V. Fleming,. north Bridge
nd street, east Fotl. south Rhymes,
west Cat Fish Alley
Mrs. A. V. Fleming. north Be
nolt, east Burdlun. south Hamiltoo,
west Bienvenu $33.13 n
re. Robert Hypollte, north Lot 5,
oU east Lot 7, south Church, west
Lassaile O1.28o
Bellalre Witltz, north Lots 18.
VC* east Lot 9, south Lot II, west p
or Theatre street .................. $6.47 p
Alphohse Delahousesaye, north
Mltchel, east Wallage, south Church
street, west Patterson ............ 2.73
Balthazar Decuir, north Laudry,
ree east Theatre street, south Penaud, b
Ich west Landrv .................L..... I 8t
4N. Martin Hilton, north Church str, r
It. east Street, south Street, went R.
ble R................................. . $4..
by Ophella Hamiltoo, north Cond
ley, east Benoit, south Canal, west
- Vendor....................... 04,39
p Alice Jean Louis, north Port str.
east Pattersoo, soutn--, west
Ledet ................ ..... .4.39
S James Johnson, north Port str.
i east Bernard, south Church street.
ill west Wallace ............ .......$439
id Pierre Landry, uorth Hamilton.
east Columbus. south Laudry. west
. . ............... ............$4.3
- I CelestiLue Minor. north Duebhamp.
Io east Street, south Berard. west
r. Blanelard ........................ 04
'Edward Martinet, north Stagg.
ieast Eastin. south Dunbar. west
Theatre street: ................... $4.39
E'. James Miller, north Landry,
east Briant, south Pinaud, west
Landry ..........................$4 39
s- Pierre Narciss., north Maraist,
he east Lewis street, south College,
le, west Kerlegand........ . ..... $ .54'
of Leung Pene, north Singletiu,
a.. east Landry. south Same, west
ial Hamilton .........................$2321
ck Imumous Rochou. north Alex
ander, east Vivier street, south
Church. west Same............ ...82.32
Mr. anld Mrs. L. J. Rochou, north
My Coudley. east Meister. south Eas
W- tiu. west Self
lte Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rochou. north
St. Meister, east Self, south Street.
he west Eastin $8.54
ir- Henry Thomas, north Ford, east
nd Geoffroy, south Street, west St.
he Martin Ave $6.47
id . Eugenie Williams. north Burdia
east Lewis street, south Tertrou,
west Olivier $X,54
Secretary's Office this lMfh day of NOV
ember, 1912.
'Tax Collector.
Flagged 'Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from his back all A
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it A
from a wreck, but H T Alston, Raleigh. A
N. C., once prevented a wreck with Elec- At
tric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight A
.b3 when I began to use them," he writes. A
"my stomach, head, back and kidneys A
were all badly affected and my liver was A
in ad condlltiol. but four bottles of A
Electric Bitters made we feel like a new A
man." A trial will convince you of their II
.1' matchless merit for any stomach, liver A
or kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at all
druggists. Gi
.91 do
Ebenezer Gets Ribbon.
Crowlehy, La., Nov. 10.-Prof. P. W
L. Guilbeau, in charge of the agri
4; cultural department of the public
school of Ebenezer, this parish,
has returned from the State Fair
at Sbreveport with the blue rib
bou and a $50 cash prize, won by
t the Ebenezer school exhibit for
the best and largest display by
any agricultural school in the
"' state, together with five other
prizes for pigs exhibited by pu
3 ils of the school.
"It is a pleasure to tell you that 'lhaim
berlain's Cough Remedy is the best
cough medicine I have ever used." writes
Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, Ga. "I
have used it with all my children and
the results hate been hlgunl satisfacto
yr." For sale by all druggists.
.b2 St. Martinville, La., Nov. 16, 1912
Mr. P. A. Bieuvenu,
It affords me much pleasure to
testify that settlement with the
.4; Commercial Union Assurance Co.'
was entirely satisfactory to me and
will add that 1 never dolt with
better man theou those sent here
to attend to my damage stock and
.r appraisement of same.
Yours truly,
ED. E. 80'LIEt
Mr. L. C. Olivier had his syrup
.13 mill in operation this week and is
making a first class article. The
SOane being riped and sweet, makes
a fue quality of syrup, which, it
properly packed, will be easy to
.47 preserve with all its flavor.
We have good proep cta for two
more rural routes to start from
here, one to Cade and Duchamp,
.4 the other to Catahouls. These
routes are great conviuiences to
the country people.
The Broussard Hotel,
For terms, apply to
" T. Lucien Ducrest,
at Broussard, La.
5i Mrs. Rose Broussard
Has just received a Fine and Complete 4
stock of Millinery Novelties and invites .
32 the public to come and look at the a
beauties of millinery art.
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute,
-v -'aAPA 3T Z _ A .
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:
n A Two Years Course for Teachers in Home Economics.
A Two Years Course for Plercters in Agriculture and Farm Mechanics.
II. A Professor of Biology and Bactriology.
C- Au additional ProfeI,,r of Agricuirureaud Animal Husbaudry.
ht A higher academic slaudard in its four years course.
seR A Preceptor of Studies in the Boys' Uorlitory.
'y5 A Preceptress of Studies in the Girl's Lormitory.
'a8 A lirect4,r of Athletics for bhys; auitlher for girls.
of A Swimmuing Pool. A 'oultiy Farm. A Steam Laundryv.
ý A Complete Sending and Receiviug Oltdit ill Wreiess Telegraphy.
air Thorough Practical Courses in Stenography, Telegraphy. Buslunes.
er A Librari an and keeper of study hour classes.
Graduates of the Four Years courses are entitled to a First Grade l'eackers Certi
tlcate. Or they way take high standing lit Colleges. All expeusee do not exceed
#160 a year. Police Juries are authorized to appropriate as much as $.5O a year
to seund students here. Twelve Session upeuns Wednesday September Is, W1'2.
p. Write for catalog and particulars.
ri- E. L. STEPHENS, President.
r1 ....Manufacturers uof....
And carry a large stock of
Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Sid!ag and Demeation
to- -
Typewriting Paper
tocut any size at this
office. s
if Makes Best Bread With Best Flour
st Orders reoelved for any kinds of bread.
The Long Distance Telephone
For Rates apply to Local Manager
o Cumborland 'Teolophone & Telegraph oa.
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