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FOR 1L*RTE .S~NATOR.
--o- To the Voters of St. Martiu. Iberia anud Lafayette P'arishes: B Wheu you elected we as your statel Senator four years ago I believed you hi expected we to work for you; to defeud vl the beet iuterests of the 13th Senatorial P District and tie itate; not just to re- II preoeut my home town or parish but, li without partitaity to represent the will I s of s alu ajor-ty of the District; to eu- i demor to procure the eusctmeut of laws I for the advancement of our District, the ii benefit of the btate, tile welfare of our S people. the eunhancemoeut of our proper- r ty salue., the prosperity of our buse- fl Uies cud iundustries, the couservatiou v anmid developmenlt of our -esourcee; and c for the twprovement of our education- u al, agricultural, commercial, muaufac- I turing. good roads and labor couditious s and facilities. Important constructive o Iegislation of which I am the author. my record in defense of good measures. Ci in oppoeitiom to objectilablhe hills. and my efforts to lessenr tile urdenlls alnd hlardship of drastic leisllatlon l when its piasaue eould nllot I. prevlen tedl, cilivTince that I did work vigmorously I ill tihe time; tlhat I had the good for tullle to tform friendships it Whill houses of the l.egiluatlite which helped mIie will success for youi; that I garined valuable eIprllenmlce ini l-giatIse rmeiluir i . If )tll re slee mIe to thle ~eia0,s. y,ol cai eilpret msi mhoure oit mie emii tiIus, HIiraee amy epliIelemee, the knllwl edgl Iof lhgislamtlle ifl'ire acquireld, anld the flindships mil id aeiuailintaliees I lhate foirllnull will hel mIle tol help yol1. I I mIepertfully Mholle ouelr ole aillsl imflmu ine. lute for two. lte for. moi asit onme mliools ialrk mmy inle (X) imon every I'allo. I hanik youl Siicei ly, . K. I.. SlIMiM N. I W.E.S. W.S.S. Announcement. --0- Nom ueber 2u. 1916 I take pleasure Ill sublmitthiig toi tiie qualified voters my canldidacy for Jus tlice of tie Peace ini thIe First Ward of tihe Pa illi of St. Martin. lubject to the action of tlle lhDemocratict Primary to be held iui thole Oth da!y of Jlanuary 194i1). I wish in state that if I have thie hou or of being elected to saidl oiiJ,. I will I feat lealy el Imlupartialll discharge tlie dtuties Iieimutmlmit omi me. ee.klug contilmnally for this mlsitenlur e lof law I ndu ordtor. alNd reude ltug tll Imequilmd service to the very beul of my knowledge and almilit. Ii I reepectl afillv it^ltt yomur vote ammi1 suppolt t II t he cutimllg primmis; y. , lIPepprltll:v motlliltel., ELMIER J. DlUi HAMt'. - NOTICE. - Teams and wagion in do all kinds of hauling and contract work. See M. M. Brlgel, St. Martinville. La. Mules For Sale. I have live Amerleani mules for sale a' bargain prices, LCKE BONIN, Dece. 6. 2919. St. Martinville. la. i No Hunting. No hunting is prmiittetI on the Vau tier, Dittmau anul iDuraud plutatiouos. J. I,. IURA.ND. Dec. 6i. 1919. St. Martiuville. La. I No Hunting. Notiee in Iereby givuen that no ihuit iig hI pmermit~td mii time Sillam plainta- ]Tce. 6f. EIlt i. mmIartlIville. La. aiEs I). SIMON, ATTORN\'-ATI- JAW ANt' NOTAKRY PUBLIC. Office near Court Hlouse, St. Martinville. La. FRANK F. FOTI, .A6; NI, Ih()R, . SINGER SEWING MACHINE, Sold on easy mnoithlh or yearly payments. a Let me put ,one on a Free 'I rial in y)our home . 'hone 2 at my expense \( r WE DO ALL KINDT OF JuU RYINTINGC F01 SALE. $50 000 Terms To Suit Purchaser I 301 arpeutsof land 3. wtles below I Breaux Bridge. 1 mile above Ruth Su a gar Refunery. land fronting BayouTeche. hI ave all necessary equipment for culti I vating 500 acres of rice. also 60 Horse I Power Bessemer Crude till Engine. 12 - Inch Laue & Rowler well with Bayou ,conuection, separator. 35 horse power, steam Trachlou egnlue. Bluder. Etc., 2- 0 head of mules and large barn for. s same. Hug., shbeep and cattle will be e included. 30 bale Cotton Gin. Wagon r Scale, and etc. Place contain one 9 - room house, also 6 tenant houses. all In -frat classeondition. Harebouse whicrh I u will hold 4000 sacks of rice. Large ma d chinery shed which holds all machi Snery and implements useI on farm. - 16 arpents of let year stubble cane and a enough seed cane windrowed for 10 a more arpents. r. Will Include with the above a lease I. on 200 acres at S00 a year. said lease w, will run two more years,. also canal R which will water 5(KI ares, with a wa i ter revenue of 14 of thel crop. - All machinery and live stocrk o.ffered y above In first class colndi!ion, if inter seted apply to MARTIN & SMIll'il.Owner, Slrmraul Bridge. La House of Representatives ,.ited I Slates ('uirress \ahingtm. 1), ('. ' l),ecentlwr Iii. 1919. Editor 1,f the, Weekly Messenger. I i St. luartinville,. 141. 'My I)ear Mr. Editor: I lEvery eniiated mian in thelie I' i. ted States Army was entitled to take with him when slichliargell, the following property: a. I overseas cap I for alil en listed smen who served overseas ) . I hat and corl (for all others) i b. 1 olive drab shirt. c. I º woolen coats and ornaments. d. Ie 1 pair woolen bIreeches. e. 1 pair *l shoes. f. 1 pair canvaae or spi ral leggine. ( calvases, if available.) g. I waist helt. I. I Alicker. i. ,, overcoat. j. 1 Sunits underwear. g k. I pair stockings. . 1I pair w gloves. m. 1 gas mask and hel Smet i for all officers and enlisted me-n who were issued them over 1sweast, n. 1 set toilet articles, in cluding hairbrush, combl), tooth. brush, shaving ri ush, razor, small steel mirror, and 2 towels (if in possession of )oldit-r at time of Idischarge). o. I barracks bag. p. 3 scarlet chell rone, to be sewed on uniform prior to discharge, when practicable. Should there be any former en listed men among your readt-rs I who did not secure all of the above property when discharged, they Sare still entitled to same if they will submit a sworn application certifying that they did not re ceive certain of the above property which they now desire, and I shall thank you to publish these facts for their benefit. Those who desire to make appli. Scation for property may obtain the required blank forms by writing me at 264 House ()8lce Building, Washington, 1). C, and I shall take great pleasure in assistingK them to secure the desired pro perty. Very truly yours, Whitmell P. Maitin. They Win You On Qualityl Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great $ because their refreshing flavor and fragrace and mellowness is so enticingly different. You * never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimi nated and there is a cheerful absence of any . unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un pleasant cigaretty odor! c.,a. ,a ,,,,w.,,on i- Camels are made of an expert blend of choice .irt..,..·.;,.* p**k.o*e..0 Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccoe and are ciderettes; os ten peckges (200 ,igaete..>) .in • a/"'i-paper- smooth and mild, but have that desirable full covered carton. We strongly ree ........dthi caton..r h*ho. body and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter Show liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste ! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winuton-Salem, N. C. p ____ _______ SHERIFF'S SALE. Bank of St. Mlaitinville Yb F. M. Noveavi & als No. Il AI64 l'dt. Judih'al Iletlet I'ourt Parlih of St. M aitin. State of Loutiltana, By virtue of a wilt ,of Fiio-FaeliHa iaauel ouit olf the 19ith Jullcial istrict 'oult. In aId for the I'iirlhl , f St. Mar illU. State of Lo i-tian º. In IIh .bll .I P! titled antld ln iul, e .r mulll. dt..I thIt 16th dlR of LDoc. 1919. I have *eiz l tIlll Il',,t ,. l It, -t ll at public aullti)o' to Ill I-, '1:,.I h' set biddlu l at thi , tint A!" 0,.. I ( .I'. HluU-P. jbe ltw , , h the h l'*wt . ! .t oI I •. 1u. to4p. nl II the ,,o , , . Il. tinvlll "a . ,'r Saturday Jan. 24. 1920, the following wentilued .f,*, I eserilthr, property, to-wit: The undividelld ur half owiiled by irancoie M. Nevit l, IIIn "tlatinl ,oot c',utaiuiiig in all about 2i iup-itlit, I arpeute. sitluated on tthe w'.et ,l. .f Ba you Teblhe in tfi T'oni of St. Martin ville. St. Martin Parish. La . H,,uded north hy lot of Leion1. ..olthl by Eholie. Hlill& ale, east by Bayou "lo-.*'l anI we-t. by St. Main street amti lt. if Jolirliet. Seizle to eatlsfy above we it. 'rerms and conditions- rcnal. S1rlrff' otfice this 16th ,lay of Jai,. A. DI. 1919. WIDE O. MARtIN. Sherlfl" List what you have for sale with me, especially real estate. The de mands are good. Laizai re, Bien ven t real estate and fire insuranee agent We have all the Latest Styles in Ladies Shoes. See them 4* -o K. SCH WATlZ J. J. BURDIN & BRO., MANUACTLTItURkb UP RED CYPRESS LUMBER, SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS, ANb I'AIIRY A LAHGK STOCK OF Long Lesa Yellow Pias Limber Floorleg, Sldlag ud Deasele*. OUR PRICES VERY LOW. LP :t' AND. 6I' UE s t AIY SAVE SUMK MUNIY .A! Proclamation of Election. !:::-ua',t to an ),,! :Leuce of the Mayor anud f., u t ou " : .. !, at c m!ee.tit', held on ti f i It!h l:ne of I ..,., Ii1t I A!bert Bieuveruu. i ,a oi of !:. I. to u m 6t. 1.Lrtictilme. Luui-'. a-ea. hIte:!b gin untiuo thati. In ouformity sith i said urdinauue a e ,erial electionu will be held in the l'Town of r attiatumille. Loiteiana. on I'uerday the Ilth d:pl of JaIuaIy 12'1. for the p ult lse f submuittiug to t he Irouperty tax pa) esr qualthed uuder the ( ouetitution Ind Laws of Itie State of liou-iana, to vote at bald elet flou. the following Iropositionu. touwit: P'ropu.itiou No. I. ITo, incur dllt on beIhalf of and iu the name of the Towu of Mt. Martin Mile. Luuijisaaa, and issue houtl to the amouut of Fifteen Thousand t~41t.1.u000) DLllars, to ruu Twenty (')! years from their date, and to bear interest at the rate of live (. per cent per an. eum, payable aemi-aonually, the proceeds from the Wale of said bonds at not less than par. to be 1 uoed for the purpose of constructing and equip ping joint systems of waterworks aud eectric light plant. 1 For the pur.lse of holding said election the pelling place will he a. follows: At the Town lll, .-t. lMartianville, Louisiana. At said eletion the Ialas will open at seven k;.ts o'clohk i. m.. and close at live 4:,;)o e,'etlck Im. mc., mecrling to law. \otlice is ealp~. hereby given that eat 2 o'clo2k. it. III.. on We.,ne.cla the fourteenth lay of Jan. nI i;ry, lW3 Ie.. M.ayor and 'Town ti'uncil of the I I'ow of St. Martinville. Lineiaina. will meet t t hei Tlown Ilall at St. Martinville, Louisaana. :.ud iN .,peei .e ssion. p,rouede to, olen the bal. i.t Ile.cs. ehamine andi coent the biallotea in uIIIIluer and amnltllit elacmlne anod canvasl the ir.lt rns and dl,.clare lth,. remslt of maid ,se.ieal l'hes sdone cet signal at Sc. artlinville, l.ec S-metlla, ot tlhii lit eit) eof lk.'emhber J191t. AIslt.ltI l lIiKNVENU. May.r, 1. Ii e . uld ite*mlKil lerk of te 'Towin of Mt. 'L.artiuville., ieeuimiana. 1do here(b certify thae 1., ab.,ve and forgroing is i true andcorrect 'I ocf a unice,,f ele(ction. ianued hy the Ms. - .-. 'adUi.sc a special election to be held i.N the eouwa of St. Martinville, I.uiiaanua. ,on the ISth .1 ey uf Ja.iuary 1'i1. II faith whereof I have here*nto ,e* ml) .ili. .cIm sinaatur, duly autl heaticate witlh the im r,.- cf my ollicial deal, at St. Martinville.. j. sim-ina. e,n thi, the 4th day) ,f Iecemhber 1919. .J IiN. t I . DEy.LAHo t i$AXE, lHertary. NOTICE. By mutual agreemeut our (iar ages will 1t closed on Sundays, I commencing Sun lay Deirtmber 7. Francis Bienvenu Guirard Bros. 666 cures Headaches. Bilious ness, Loss of Appetite, foul breath or that tired aching due to Malaria or Colds. It removes the cause. NOTICE. Ilomoloogatiou of Tableau lu the matter of the Succession of J. Klebert Melancou Probate No. 3ti3 SStte of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martle. Whereas; Louis W. Melancou of the Parish : of Lafayette, Exeeutor of the afore said succeselou ha filed in the odlee of the Clerk of Court of the 19th Judicial District Court of the State of Louisiana t holding session iu and for the Parish of i8t. Martin a Final Tableau of Clasldela tion and distribution of the afresaid estate. Notice is hereby given to the crtlitour agdl heirs of said Estate and to al others, whonm it may concern to show efuse If any they have withiun ten dlays frl this Spublication. why said tableau should et be homnologated as prayed for. SClerk'sn Ales this 6th day eN i40 A. D. 19119. I. BICINVENUEN. Dy. Clerk. Nto HUNTINUG Spermitted on my plantation in the . let ward. .J. B. Delaloire. I. j l Try Us On Job Printing;