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T'HE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ~ JUSTICE TO ALL ssI'nISTION $1,00 PER ANNUM
VOLvUM xxxmIi. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. MARChI 16. 1918. NUMBER 5
Our Spring Suits
"Style without &xtravagance "
fashioned after the
are tailored by hand from
dependable fabrics, and
are so cleverly dcsigncd as
to possess all the snap and
grace which characterize
clothes for good
There is a "Gold Bond" certificate
of guarantee in each garment to
cover your purchase.
~ec MOC o
K. SCHWA1T The Leader inZ
Train Kills Mother; Injures
Ne.w Iberia, arnch 10. Mir-.
Adolph landry of I)cl.anmhre, La..
was instantly killed and her ten
year-old daughter suffered the loss
of 1,h11, l.', when Southern P'ci
tic train No. 2 eastbound struck
their automobile at Center street
here this morning.
Mrs. Landry was driving the car
and with her were her twelve-year
old son, her daughter and brother.
Mr. LeBlanc. The party were
just entering New Iberia bound
for Catahoula lake to join friends
on a fishing to ip.
The car was struck and drlgged(
a hundred and twenty feet. .MIrs.
Landry and her daughter were
thrown out of the automnslile. and
under the wheels of the l m,,, i
tive. Her head was severed from
her body. The man occupant and
boy were uninjured except for"
Mrs. Landry was formerly Miss
Lellia LeBlanc of Abbeville.
Visitor's Day at Experiment
M r..1. R. I(unI,enrlt fry. th, live
Stock Agtent in ('harPt ofP the Iheri;
Live Stock Experimental Farno
has arruanLt(d an excellent prl)oralrI
at tihe Expecriinnt Statintl t( ttake
phlalee on Tuesday. March ltIth
1918 . A general invitation is ex
tended( to all tIhe farmrers of the
Attakapas region as well as the
citizens genernaly to be on hand
on that occasion. The invitationl
received ty us and intended for
)publlication rend as follows :
*.Y ou and your friends are c'r
d(ially invitet to , Sl)tpect the et(lip
ment. live stack. and crops of the
station on our third annual Visi
totsI D)ay, Tucsday, Match 19th,
- The mtan w he rver liad occa
sion to horrow moIntey can't al)pre
ciate its value.
See my spring goods - Schwartz
The Third Liberty Loan.
Ti , anjtpai:n fr the Third Li
lh r , 3, lI, um nill I, open, -d , Ilt 1,
tlh of April. the anni\,rsary of
li, d,'eclirtih. tif a i tate of war he.
tte n Ii , 'litd ahni t s at cl (t ,r
The amu ntit. Ierms arnl con'di
tions if thla loai are d(eell.alhlt up
on furthlr l..iislatio and will Ihe
announced as sooin as (Congress has
grantLdi the n'ecessary powa'rs
Secretary McAdoo chosea the fith
of April as the day to open the
campaign as the most fittitii, (late
to call for t pat iiotic resiiponse to
the sunllslllS to (luty to \cery
American. toii ask froitl tihe pl)oplel
at lhomll thie samen fervent pariot
tiiºit that actuates our guillant
sons on the waters of the Atlantic.
- r. Edw. lcekstullhh who was
engineer ,i lthe St. .John planta
tion for several years, died in Ha
S,.', last week.
See my spring goods-Schwartz
$ is now recogInizcdl and used as the preferable type
of rooting for rcsid(ences, office-building, stores,
\varehouscs, garages. farm-buildings, etc. It is
c ,ollomical to buy, inexplensible to lay and cost
nIotlin. to maintain.
(;uara nteed I5 yrs. Investigate it before you de
cide what rootinig to use. ::
DUIHAMP HARDWARE (JO
War Savings Stamps
Will Win the War
h Is the small drops of water that make the
mighty ocean. It is the innumerable grains of
sand that make the land. It will be the number
hess quarters that will help win the war. Every
time you buy a stamp you help to make the
world safer for you and your children.
$5.00 for $4.14
Remnember that you are not giving Uncle Sam this
mony. He is simply borrowing it from you and will
pay you back with big interest. For every $4.14 you
pot into stamps between now and the first of April
pmo will receive $5.00 in cash in 1923. Remanber
ppo are helping yourself by saving your own money
amd pm ase helping your Government and your
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