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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING } JUSTICE TO ALL ( SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLUe xxvmI. ST. MARTIN VILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 14, 1914. NUMBER 51
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FOR SALE-A 54 acre farm
2 mile town on Railroad, near
derrick, on road to New Ibe
ria, sandy land, something
real good, for sale at a bar
gain if sold within this week.
Laizaire Bienvenu. ce
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE !ii
CAPITAL, SURPLUS and PROFITS 66.849,68 t
!r TOTAL ASSETS - - - 276.409,67 of
MD. akes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4 per i~
cent. interest on time deposits and 3 per cent inter- . a
est on savings deposits.
. HAS BEST FACILITIES TO ACCOMMODATE "
$ ITS CUSTOMERS. TRY AN ACCOUNT WITH d
r - THIS BANK.
Mr. M er chant!
I 4 Now is the proper time to adver
tise your goods. Tell the people i
191 what you have for sale, tell them ,,
! what kind of goods you handle, and at
what price you sell them. as si
SConvince yourself and try advertising. i
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THEY ARE OUT.
The following ticket, which the
Banner terms the Straight Demo
cratic ticket is out at last, here it
J. C. Bienveon
L. C. Guidry
Henry P. Olivier i
A. G. Brouseard
L. J. Duchamp
P. J. Fleming. 1
They are all good men but weak
candidates, and will require no
strenious effort to defeat them.
The Weekly Outlook of Morgan
City is now a Semi-Weekly paper.
There will be a town election at
Parks soon, two tickets are in the
field, we are told that politics is
- getting hot there.
The Grand Jury was in session
here Monday and investigated soe
veral cases. The Petit Jury is
h drawn for Monday the 16th., inst.
h The New Iberia Enterprise has
A made a wise move in reducing the
size of the four page to eight -
h small pages, it is much more con
vinient and looks better.
The town authorities of Lafay
ette have passed an anti gambling
ordinance which prohibits the
games of cards, dice and all other
forms of gambling, and even la
dies clubs are forbidden to play
games where prizes are offered,
and the police is ordered to keep
a close watch for the violators.
We learn with some satisfaction
that there is great activity and im
provement in the Pointe Claire
section. The Burton place is be
ing improved, new fances, new
buildings and many other im
provements. Also that all other
,b places in that section will be un
der full cultivation this coming
season, all places are being work
For Frost Bites and Chapped Skin
For frost bitten ears, fingers and toes;
chapped hands and lips. chilblains, cold
mores, red and rough skins, there is noth
ilng to equal Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
In every home there should be a box
handy all all the time. Best remedy for
all skin diseases. itching eczema, tetter,
piles, etc. 25c. All druggists or by
mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Pliladel
phia or St. Louis
--The small cane planters have
taken advantage of the fine wrath
er in January which continued up
to this date and ale far advanced
in their work, hout many cf them
are much disappointed in not be
I ing extended the usual advances
Sby the refineries and many of
them will find themselves embar.
rased if they get no advances
from the refineries who get their
canes. Ihose farmers may be
handicapped but they will tnve to
learn to make their crop oi their
own resources and not de.peding
upon others and he at their mier
cy. Make less of that money crop
oand diversify by making more of
Swhat is necessary for home con
j sumption and the planters will
soon find that they will not have
to depend upon the refinuers for
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