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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
ruLL KINS OF JOB PRINTINGO JUSTICE TO ALL SUBSRCRIPTION $1,00 PER ANNUM VOLI ME :I4. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. SEPTEMBER 6, 1919. NUMBER 3$' C3 Buy an Emerson! The Fan with the * 5-Year Guarantee E MERSONS are the only fans guaranteed five years by the manufacturer. And the guar antee is written-backed by a big responsible factory which has made electric fans for twenty years. With your Emerson fan you will get a printed guarantee coupon carrying the number of your particular fan, your name and the date of purchase. A. duplicate will be registered at . the factory, identifying your 5-year guarantee. At any time within five years the factory will repair or replace, without charge, any Emerson fan or part which proves in any way defective. We know this guarantee-we know the factory which makes it, and their reputation for fair treatment, liberal adjustments under this guarantee. That's why we sell Emersons. Your Emerson is waiting for you, now! Come get it. Duchamp Hardware eo Adents "THE REASON WHY" B. A. Thomas Stock Remedies are the best, they are scientifically made and all medicine. They keep the health up, and the feed bills down. There is a cause for every effect, remove the cause the effect remioves itself. The Poultry Remedies are espe cially made to relieve all the dis eases in the Fowl family and makes the Hens lay. The Hog Remedy will positive ly keep off the Cholera, and if gi vin in the stages, will cure 90 per cent. Don't forget to keepl on hand a bottle, of Farris' Colic Remedy for Horses. It is so simple with ni drtlpper, thait a child can give it. Also a bIttle of Farris' Healing lihinedy for Cuts and Bruises on nlma or beast, they never fail. These remntedi'es are all guaran teid to you bly your dealer, to give slitisfactlion. olr yoilr l iiiiit'y bicnk. Mlade lby I lhd Kentucky Maliu fltiring ('o., Padlue nh, Kentucky. For sale by A. L. DLuranld, StI. Martinville. Louisinna. 6$5 cures Malaria, ('ills and F-"v-r, or Bilious Fever, by kiiling the iparasite cuisingr the fever. Fine Strenghthen ing tonic. NEWHOME ,ýý " 11 get it for NO OTHER LIKE IT. NO OTHER AS COOD. P'rt hae the "NEW HOME" and 'ou will have a life et at the Ir " v" 1 pay. The elimination of repair expen.e h" upt-rior wnrkmanship and best qualitr,: maI ,r,, jinlutres t.'"-lonf service at mini' Uitni CtL ii-.. o,n having the NEW HOlME". WARRANTED FCR AL.L TIME. anomn the worl i, 'r for s:perior sewing qualities. Nt t il under any other name. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.,ORAN6E,MAIB. M , Sr lT PHILIPPINI'S BAND WILL PLAY AT FAIR Music of the highest character will )e on the 1919 State Fair of Louisi ma program, through contract that he management has made for Don ,hilippini, celebrated director, and als famous band, with Madame Bus tnna Lehman, beautitm soprana, ae sompanying with solos. The Don and tiadame have reputations as mual :ians that place them in front rank, herr remarkable careers having aken them to many of the leading nusical centers with great popularity and success. The Don and his band, with Mad tme Lehmann accompanying, are booked regularly to entertain the :rowds at the magnificent Strand :heatre in New Orleans, but through Ipecial negotiations with the Saenger Amusement Company, owners of the Strand, their services were secured for State Fair week at Shreveport. rhey will render patriotic and other selections of high class, and music lovers are assured of entertainment af unusual merit. The Philippini-Lehman program will sapecially entertain the crowds in the' grandstand during the afternoon races and other events, and during the fireworks in the evening They have appeared before in Shreveport. though not at the state Fair, and local music lovers will give them a very warm welcome. For further information, write to W. R. Hirsch, secretary, Shreveport, HIGH SCHOOLS ENTEt STATE FAIR CONTESI Unusual interest is featuring the plans for a mammoth display of ex. hibits by the Agricultural High Schools of Louisiana at the Victory State Fair, October 22 to 27, inclu sive. Practical lessons in farming are taught at these schools, and the results that are being realized among the students will be presented in an impressive manner in the Agricultur al School booths in the big Agricul. tural Building. P. L. Guilbeau of Baton Rouge state ,director of Agricultural High Schools, will be in charge of the ex hibits, which will be attractively ar ranged so that the visitors may get a splendid idea of just what is being accomplished at these schools. Var ious parishes will be represented witi: school displays, and several hundred dollars in premiums will be' awarded also a number of valuable special premiums. in order to give greater encouragement to the work tha, these institutions are doing for the boys and girls of Louisiana. For additional particulars, apply to W. R. Hirsch, secretary, Shrevepors La The north cold winds this week will not prove of benefit to the rice that is fornlin.r its head nor to the cane crop, but it will be of some benefit in dryin,, the corn and the matured rice and cotton. NOTICE. I have one black mule about two years old,not branded, on my place since two months, owner please call and prove property and pay cost. Marcena Thoma, Breaux Bridge, La. Louisiana's "Victory" State Fair SHREVEPORT, OCTOBER 22 to 27 Inc. LARGEST AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY AND LIVESTOCK SHOW ON RECORD. INCREASED PREMIUMS OFFERED. AMUSEMENTS FOR EVERYBODY, INCLUD ING SENSATIONAL AUTO RACES, AUTO-POLO CONTESTS, FOOTBALL, SPECTAC ULAR FIREWORKS, REPRODUCING WORLD WAR SCENES, MANY GLADWAY SHOWS, VAUDEVILLE, GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS AND AIRPLANE FLIGHTS. WRITE Reduced Railroad Rates W.R.IIRSCHa CATALOG IT'S YOUR FAIR, 80 BETHERE .hr veport NEVER was such right-handed-two- 1 t fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert s That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line! ' E Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own% but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch-well-you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments! To**7 ..d eug., ved eke, h.m_.p. ma. pgu.ad. · ...d Aa-pd 1 R.sted mRnoles top Abes too e.c pWifaet oopuflt.*o.C T sR. J. Reods Tba. c. omp , Wt u St Ny C You can't fool your ta.·.·ste· pm~ n meta o cagtfvecsot o~:;;~·:':f~ afamflydeck So,4i when you hit pateted roces tht cus ou bit andparc---w//--ou feel·::· like ~ 0 getn afok fd.tmrest in nug to exress our appy ays sn :ts - - -- -- .-- ": m S-- From all retorts we have had 3 lately, it seems that the sugar in dustry will have to be entirely labandoned in Louisiana. The government is keeping the price of sugar down when every other coImod(lity seems to defy the gov. erlnment authority and are getting hiigher and higher. Everything is wt y Iup, almost out of reach ýx I cept sugar, the prod ucers are conm pelled to sell at 7.2S cents and the retailers at 12 cents. just compare thIlse prices with the p, ice of any thing else. The sugar acreage was cut down this year, and unless some pro tection and ,better treat. uienl to the coining crop is given. it would not surprise us if the re fineries will not operate next year as the ditposition of the cane grow ere is to quit cane and grow some. thing else. We believe the planters of the hilly sections would do well to in vestigate pe'anIut and hog raising as is d(one in north Louisiana as is tlone is north Louisiana, they may find out that it pays much better than cane growing under the pre sent condition and prices. We do all kinds of Printing