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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
I.I. RI'~"'M OF JOB PRINTING , JUSTICE TO ALL _ SUBSCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VoL1'~r xxxi. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. NOVEMBER I , 1916. NUMBER 39
When Income Is Enjoyed.
Many farmitrs are ini lstter tin
ancial standing this year than for
many yeiars, as a result of better
prices t,,r farmi products and the
fact that they have raised more ror
homlie couisuliiiontii and for feed than
usual. This is fortunate for the
country, for doutless it will mean
better hoiimes, more co nvenitncest l
in the home and greater invest
unent ill education.
(Pur greatest need is for more
comfortable hIomes and for better
homne life as a result of those con
venllietllnce tlhat conserve an11111118
health and human helalth and hu
man strength. Before we can
mnake great strides in progress we
must have greater capacity for
work, hath miet.tally and physical
ly. M,"- of all tiu mnany need a
WE BUY. eOHA
WE BUY CORN AILL THE
TIME, AND MEET ALL
PRI CE. : • :
SWE SELL AND DELIVER COAL AT ALL TIME.
George Greig & eo.
Rail road avenue at Lumber Yard
Do not borrow your neighbors paper
this year, subscribe for it yourself, it
cost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.
St. Maptinvile, La.
Report furaished to the State Examiner of State
Banks by the above Bank at the close of
business on Sept 25th 1916.
IIES4I li E8:
IA| tI ..rnt lled hv mortgat4go -
II.her I",n- and di-,conut - 2 ,
(Oth ier I.,nl., ,tock, t.-curitiet eCle
11akin.; hour. ad lixtirem - 7,.'I4Z5,1
4)Ithlr teal* f,..t owntl . 7,3.12 4T
Ifue t rw lianke, and IAuikera, 37,3,.1.
I hI,. . andl other caah itemel - -,
alver. ic.kel andll copper coin6,1
Natiiul.I Iituk Uote4, etc
Total *239.2-4 *..
Salpit:l tck ,paid ill - 0,000.)
Un oi 1, d I.rotits. le expenses and Tae.. paid 16.4.1.
iiid l, n u ein laid 2 ,725.19
I lu ivil,|, l de l .l-t subject ti checks . .210.,.37
Iun,. .' i h.catel of dp.it "2.11.37
IrotnulI ,.rtificates of deposit 15.I4U.4U
tiulle. I. nalle .
Total $2 .21t, 4.41
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I, It Imrt ?larti... IPreshdni t al I. Albert liienveuti, 'lashi4r of Ihlbe are
':in I IBnuk, i.. wd. niuly .wetr hIbtat th1. ahove rtatenleotl i, true to Ihe heet of ni
knwhi.I..,' anll elietf
Sl. .riltlOd au, I WYrn to, Ifore 11'e this 2.Lth day of Sept. 1916.
JAKI J. )M.ltiTx. Notary Public.
We do all. kinds of Job Printing
chan., to improve their mental
calnacity. To think lgicnally and
reason outrrj c tly. people must have
their bhmti ns well lighted; tcomfort
aidl. re4ms) in which to4 rest or s u
dy; fohls that izive the greatest
No hbetter ihvestment can 1e
made than in home comforts; no
greater pleasure is possible than
that found in the country home
where the members of the family
are cheerful, hopeful and conten
ted. When such conditions exist,
farm work will fr easy, home tasks
will be pleasant and the income
from thte farm will be enjoyed.
Texas Farm and Ranch.
A grand vaudeville show will be
given by the colored people of Cade
at the Golden Rule hall of that
place on Saturday the 18th.
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Bishop Laval of New i1 rleans
gave the Holy Sacramennt of ('on
firiuntion ihere Sunday to a class
of over six hundred children.
Due to it being four years that
the Holy Sacrament was not given
in St. Martinville, the class was
The ceremony took place at 2:30
o'clock in the evening, opening by
a procession from the Presbytery
to the Church, headed by the
Bishop. A sermon was made be.
fore administering the Holy Sacira
ment to the children.
A large number of people from
the country and town attended the
Clean Bad Skin From Within
Pimply, muddy, complexions are due
to impurities in the blood. Clear up
the skin by taking Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Their mild laxative qualities re
move the poleons from the system and
brighten the eye. A full, free, non-grip
long bowel movement in the morning is
the reward of a dose of Dr. King's New
Life Pills the night before. At your
The St. Martinville High School
foot ball team was defeated here
Sunday in a very slow game, due to
the absence of . Bienvenu at cen
ter. which greatly handicapped the
The score was New Iberia 38.
St. Martinville 0.
The feature of the game was the
offensive work of Brigant and Kock
of New Iberia and of Fouraet and
Goulas of St. Martinville.
The St. Martinville boys are go
ing to, Abbeville today to play the
team of that town.
Stop The First Cold
A cold does not get well of itself. The
r process of wearing out a cold wears you
out. and your cough becomes serious if
neglected. Hallcking coughs drain the
energy and sad the vitality. For 47
years the happy combination of sooth
ing antleseptic balsams in Dr. King's
New Discovery has healed coughs and
relieved congestion. Young and old can
testify to th, effectiveness of Dr. King's
New Discovery for coughs and colds.
Buy a bottle today at your druggist, G50.
Farm And Live Stock Show.
New Orleans held a farm and
live stock show this week. the fair
drew large nulmbers of people. and
the success of the enterprise is as
The visitors were surprised at
the size and completeness of the
numerous exhibits in agricultural
anti farming development. as well
as the live stock departments. The
display made by the people of New
Orleans is a guarantee that the
Sshow will le held annually.
This is the first time the city has
had a chance to see the ibest live
i stock, not only of this section, but
of the entire IUnited States, the
linuest pruducts of the farmers of
-To have a lot of friends a man
must show a lot of friendliness.
I When a man has numerous friends
it is a sign that he is somethinp of
of a man.
01 We do all kinds of Printing
Duchamp Hardware Co.
WE SELL COAL.
We buy Pecans.
All Grades of
Cut an size desired at this office.
EVERY SUNDAY BETWEEN
All Stations In Louisiana
Southern Pacific Lines
ONE FARE P'LUS oc ROUND TRIP, MINI
MUM ROUNI)D TRIP FARE 50c. TICKETS
GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS. LIMI
TED TO RET'URN SAME DAY.
For Information, ask any Southern.Pacific Agent, or write
W\. H. 8TAKEIM, JOS. HELLEN,
)l0 i-au I'a a~ugr Ageut, Ge(neral Pj e er Agent
LAKlE t'IARL.5. LA. NEW OHLMANM, LA.
_ When von visit New Orleans stop at
i Laizaire Bienvenu THE INN HOTEL
Oarodelert ad Perdido street
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