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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, August 30, 1919, Image 4

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CALL. FOR BIDS.
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thi' g negl r' ahLd tOiEH T III V E: . l, th." r W
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d,, the work
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clih 1.k i,t It a ik a'tifcttr to i ll own R uin -
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drfiwu to the order o, Albert Ilet'ull, lylo r
of -t. .11 rtl,+vllc, L..
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of the imount of c,'otruct with e.adi-fvctory
sturet will 1w requirl for the fith l f erfuit r
mure a.{or tnd|he wor lte ifk.
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-W.S.S.
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is weak iand fae and ftoolish, slirt
Sill Lb' wiksNo. falsean folish;
luti itl itis Itte, ttender ali inspir
inTo . t otli' . Mail thiting of its truth
lio teol Sl.idrIIss will (glwt into her
soioll lii I b'c Jomei ta part of her very
I., If. 'lThe boy who reads of man
Lineiassa, of, hiat:ry andr noble daring
feels the spirit if. t.nulaltioti glow
oitlhi hiii t, ard the Asetd is plan
otd which will bring ftrth fruit of
pure e' ndeavo,r and exalted lift,.
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wSOO REWARD SloO
The rtaiu trsC of this plln will pleat
to kairwi that tr Aint la- on drill tiead
ill disnll tI. that rit- lnt'll btibar e able, tor
cltre Iit all iti itagei is id that Ibe ca'arrh.
atar iio. Ru g greatly iit-. beti-eti by
o'at Nirhi hiIby latlitl foruisly hOtilCoug y
colit llituti on l ticonditioi, isqullirVs tclill
stit itio al teatmelit. liall's Catarrh
hit tli'ie la tii akit internal rl lin ailt
thrI the II u tt t iill the .al liete t In tor a est
lof the slti the irrby dtioying the
iifoui indat b of il tih dit!wiear,l It gtlltlllith
patient s;rOeillth tt v huil u l ip theil
cltit, Iltlilo ll, ant t l iu stillg Ilat re in th
n111g it. i l iat. The prollrietorl hava. so
' l tlk h ualth i i its urative i oltVearlf (l
hall's 'atalrh bMedlicini0 that they offel
Ont lilirir Dollars for a1i{ el trhat
it If k to cu're. iatlii, fi a. lis t Of terst
uoal Ial. Adre'. F.bi .1 a. i. aHNEY
'lolydoOhi1,. S, hl by all ritggiit, '5e
--W.S.S.-
No. 2117
lt9h Jultciol ilDistilct Ioust, Parish of
tIbsiia. State of Lo liiana.
To lade U.. MalttU, iherifi of the Par
i'th of St, .Martin. (iltEl'Tlnlii :
Bly viitul, of an older of the hlionora
ble the ]hll Judicial District Court t I
LousanA, for lhr. a arisi, String. d
Idate the 1tr'day rf AI t Job . ir . I1n .
11, 1 are hereby olhduled, authorized all,,d
empowered to sell at i'ublic Auction to
"gf ry Us On job l'rinting f
Serbian Decrations Given
Two N. O. Workers
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Serbian decorations have been
awarded two New Orleans men,
Lieutenant Patrick H. Maraist and
RIichard Brackett, for services
rendered with the American Red
Cross. according to work received
here from American Red Cross
headquarters in Europe.
The Order of St. Sava, fifth
class. has been awarded Lieuten
ant Maraist, who served at Salon
en, where Red Cross headquarters
were maintained. Later he was
assigned to the relief station at
Skoplje, in Central Serbia, where
he assisted in the distribution of
food and clothing.
Mr. Brackett, was decorated with
the Serbian "Cross of Mercy" for
duties with the headquarters' staff
at the northern unit of Belgrade.
Lieut. Maraist mentioned above
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Maraist of St. Martinville.
JUVENILE FARMERS TO
ATTEND SCHOOL AT FAIR
Members of Boys' Junior Extenslon
Clubs who make exhibits at the Vic
tory Fair of Louisiana, October 22 te
27 inclusive, will be given the privi
lege of attending the State Fair
School for Juvenile Farmers. This
School will be one of the greatest
educational features that the Olub
members will find at the Fair, and
arrangements are being made to ac
commodate hundreds of them under
a large tent sear the Agricultural
Hall.
Discipline will be one of the re
quirements at the school, which will
be under the direction of Prof. H. F.
Bretthauer, secretary of the Y. M. C
A. of Shreveport. In Prof. Brett
hauer's charge, the boys will have
the very best of attention. His ape
cialty is being the friend and the in
structor of boys, teaching them those
things that go to build a foundation
for splendid manhood and citizen
ship.
An excellent program will be offer
ed the boys attending the State Fair
School. It will include lectures by
experts in agricultural activities, and
there will also be judging contests,
in farming and livestock, for which
splendid premiums will be awarded.
For further information, write to
W. R. Hirsch, secretary, Shreveport,
1
MODERATION.
The spirit of modxleration can be
applied to all things. Our sense
of right, wrong. habits, faults, can
have a season of moderation dress
ing.
W1e are prone to rise to higher
levels through false pride. Prone
to outbid others when our limita
tions are well known to our mind.
Be moderate in living, play, ap.
proval, condemnation.
MMnleration is the twi n-sister of
modesty. None have too much of
the former, many not enough of
the latter. - State Journal of La.
Universal Electric Iron.
Buy a I.NIVERSAL Electric Iron.
But nort, any electric irin CLAIMEDl,
just as good. I'NIVERnAL Irons
c, nsumi- ve.ry little electricity, and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction
in all particulars. Phone us to
send you one on11 a w'eek's free trial.
I)uchamnp Hardware Co.
THRIFT IS WER
SAVE KND SDUCCEE
666 cures I leadaches. Hilious
ness, Loss of Appetite, foul u
breath or that tired aching m
due to Malaria or Colds. It r
removes the cause.
CAMELS are the most refreshing, satisfying cigarette you
Camels are oldevery. ever smoked! Put all your cigarette desires in a bunch,
wherein ·ecentihclly then buy some Camels, give thrm ,every taste-test and know
sealed packages of 20 for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth
C cigarettes or ten pack- body and in many other delightful ways Camels are in a
ages (00 cigarettes) class by themseles!
In a glsasine-paper
covered carton. We Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
tIronly recorm end Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either
home or oflFoe supply kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the
ar when you travel! remarkable full-bodied-mildness and smooth, refreshing
IL J. IeyndTbecceCe. flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation?
Winstm-.Slm, N. C. Camels win you in so many new waysl They not only
18s a package permit you to smoke liberally without tiring your
taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or un
pleasant cigaretty odor!
Compare Camels with any cigarette
coeein the worl' at any price! You'll
. . l prefer Camel quality to premiums, a
coupons or ghfs!
os .' B
CHARITY SWINDLERS
CANVASS THE STATE
d Fake Salvationists Collecting Money.
b The popularity of the Salvation
L. Army throughout the country as a
n result of the efficient service render
ed by this organization in France
during the war, and now in
this country among soldiers and
sailors, is being put to monetary
advantage by an organized force of
swindlers who are operating in every
section of the country.
Reports have come in to Lieut Col.
George Wood, in charge of the South
western Disision of the Salvation
Army that several persons claiming
to be representatices of the
Salvation Army are collecting funds in
this territory. Up to the present, sevw
eral arrests have been made.
Some of these people wear Salva
tion Army caps or similar to the reg
ulation cap, with a lettered ribbon
bearing such wording as "The Ameri
can Slavation Army" or "The Union
Gospel Salvation Army."
Col. Wood has issued a warning to
all sheriffs in this division, all mayors
and chiefs of police, all newspapers
and business men's organizations In 4
the same territory, that the tambor
ine collecting methods of the Salva
tion Army have been discarded. The
funds needed to carry on the work
of the organization will be raised
instead in a State-wide Home Service
Drive to be put on soon.
Col. Wood asks that all persons
claiming to be representatives of the
Salvation Army be asked to show
their credentials, Such credentials in
this territory should bear the sig
nature of Lieut. Col Geo. Wood, Dallas
Texas, Chief Divisional officer of the
Southwestern Chief Division of the
Salvation Army. If proper credentials
cannot be produced, the persons
should be detained until communica.
tion is obtained with Col. Wood If
the solicitors prove to be impositors,
the Salvation Army will assist in
prosecuting them.
This warning is not intended to
apply to Salvationists in their own
corps cities who are personally known
as Local Corps Officers. These men
and women will continue their collec
tions until their local corps is placed
upon a sound financial basis as a re
sult of securing funds in the city and
county for their annual budget
List what you have for sale with
me, especially real estate. The de
mands are good. Laizaire Bienvenu
real estate and fire insurance saen t
We do all kinds of Printing
r
J. J. BURDIN & BPO.,
MANUY~.;TURKtts Ol
RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
AND CARRY A LAIRG STOCK OF
Long Loeaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding ad Dmeantlos
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
r 1'AI.. AND iSEEI LS AND SAVE SOME MONKY .A:
M I
rt SOUTH'S CREATEST pyy
CHOOL OF BUSES" OLLEGE.
NEW ORLNEANS, LA.
Should be given the bea traininr to pre.
pare them for success: s business.
Personas Instruction, trce nEmploy
ment Department. Complete College
Bank. College Store and Wholesak
Offces.
No misrepreeentation. to secure stu
dents. Through the eaccess of lts
22000 former students. Soule College
is recognised everywhere as a Wide
Aware. Practical, Popular and u-o
t OHO. oUI.S a sOwlx.
WE ARE READY TO I1URN OUT THIAT JOB
OF PRINTING WHENEVER YOU NEED IT.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
j MANY MEN THINK THEY HAVE INSUR
Ai ANCE WHEN THEY MERELY HAVE A
POLICY.
FIRE makes every man think: "What company 1
carries my risk?" The answer may determine the
property owner's whole future. A clean record
through one hundred and four years backs the state
ment that a HARTFORI) FIRE INSURANCE
POLICY means a prompt, cheerful payment of an
honest obligation
P TELEPHONE
I. A. BIENVENU, AGENT,
Agency Established In 1903.
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