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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER..
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orFci nAille Od Pr JUSTICE TO ALL. . ,,. ,-,, ..
of the Town of St. Martinville and the PariN h of St. Martin.
VoL. XVI. t ; -ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 4; 1901. No. 13.
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Hardware, Furniture, in j
'Saddlery, Tinware, nor
iaints, ol, Will -pper, 'lasses, Fishing Poles and Lines. pr
Hit P. FOURN ET & SONS
THE RISING STORE Me
iiESHOES A SPECIALY To
"THE SAZERAC OF ST. MARTINVILLE.
. . MkRTIN, President. - - ALBERT BIENVENU, Cashier,
., F. toUssEAU, Vioe-President. M. DUCREST. Assist. Cashier .
BAUN OF T. MARTINVILLE,
a Gekeal Banking Business, Lasm. MonesMakes Collectiosa, Sells Foreign Ex- ho
obanges, mm pys hbig interesta Iosts left on year.
S,'PYO1 BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ii
JR. Lerert, Albt. Bievenmu o
. Onilbean, A. F'. Rotsean, B. Audibert,
L. Gs4emaalO, MFi Bienen, lW. H. ain.., ho
ONER CARONDELST AND PERDIDO STRET5, in
E GED AND RENOVATED. b.
Ah electric blevaitor and l11 mhodern improvements have
tLen plased in the building. b
AERtICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
S nset Route.
SRICE IN'TEE SOUTH.
Bet on Points in
fXAs, 1' CALIFORNIA
:. ing Superior to the "Sunset-Central Special or pullman
-tandard and Excursion Sleeping Car Service, operated via
Sunset Route and its connections, to all points -
WORTH, EAST, SOUTHEAST WES T.
b. •F. B. iMORSE, L L .. J. PARKS,
.¢'P.-'L Mar._ . 1'. A T. A.
The First il Well Derrick.'
The first oil well derrick ereo(#
in'Iberia perish, so far as oir
sent information goes, is that of
Mr. John IAne and a numnber of
others. Mr. Lane is the owner of
a fair size tract of land in thbe
northern limits of this place, near
the Protestant' cemetary, and upon
this 'tract active operations were
commenced this week preparing
to bore for oil. The site isattrac
ting a great 'many visitors daily,
and while the promoters are just
yet withdut the benefit of much
practical knowledge or experience
in oil well boring,they will somauu
late these and profit thereby. They
have surrounded 'themselve with
every caution, not knowing when
the oil will began to gush, and
have strictly forbidden any smok
ing' On the "oil 'field."--Iberian.
Shudders At His Past.
II recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier 'Burnett Mann, of
Levanna, 0., "my three years of A
suffering from Kidney trouble. I
was 'hardly ever free from 'dull
aches or acute pains in my back.
To stoop or lift mail sacks made
me ~ban. I felt tired, worn out,
about ready to give up, when I be
gan to use Electric Bitters, 'but
six bottles completely outed foe
and made me feel like a inew ahin."
They're unrivaled'to regulast'Sto
nmach, Liver, Kduneys and Bowels.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by
T. J. Labbe. Only 50 centa.
The angel of 'death visited the
home of Mr. adi Mrs. Benir Du
rand last Saturday morning and
took from them their deir little
Sgirl, Nella, who was sick only a
short time. Nella was aged 6
years and 10 nibntlis.
-Dr. H. P. tbilbean and k few
4 other persons wo 'refrained from
giving any optionS on their fands
have sold at very high figures, and
are on the safe side, as they re
served, beside the cash th4e re
oeived, k'handsoidb share lb 'the
mineral product i~lthe1sud it'iase
any is 'found.
We areii inform thbis iorning
by Mr. ("o. M. Bobei~tho, the po
polar insmirance man and stodk
broker. that he to-day 'sold to,
shares of stock in the Anse Ih
Butte Oil & Mineral Co6., of Brsauk
Bridge, for $1,000. cash. The sky
ward tenceney of this stock is pheh
a nomenal-the original owner hav
~ ing paid only $60 per share on a
par value of $100.-N. I. Enter
W e have bedntjl g out
of job printing 'the past fe 'd
and tartiniag ontArst cfik
'W too. Wemake it ab
rirplease ourcastwehe r are ali
ways pleased to ha.e:them rook
at the proot and make any co~"o
tion that will give thee atisfac
an tion. O0 work is Mlrstclaug. had
ia in the aeldtion of Wp, and imake
wp, we follow the tihete 6of the 's
tomer as dlosely as we can possi
r. bly do. Wehaveqthp larial amd
we know i p tO u it. There is
nothing that uaaka a firm look
more elegant lad ·p-date a
good printed stathiary. Ttai's
Sthekriud w d&
AT THE THE PLANTERS STORE'
You Can Ge t *From a P~ :to .1 :Hay Stock. i
".asia.e Uime. caeat,
Furniture, Hand. Flbeckes
Hardwar. peed .tol,
Wheelwuat Oat., trar,
Material, Corn. Hai,
' Agricoltnral alt and
" Implements. Hock ialt,
Paints, Oil, Coal andd C r "
Tinware, coal a pecialty,
t Window lass, Statioary aud
'Wall paper, Toys as .iad
Crobker,. Line. A das
Hjasrns, A.aUmrin'nt of
BdlbFishir li es
•Bualdis And hook
Materil. Patent medi.ias
L. C. DUC IAM P.
New Goods. Low Pri " .
t A full Line of Fresh Groceries, Woodeb-ware, 'Williw-~i ,
I i' fact everything to liein a "
ie At Prices as lowr as quality of Gbchwiill permit. 'PTite :
tention and the best of order is'obervd.
?RAN- "R , t
b ter-Orders received for any kind 6f Bread. +" .
BREAD DELIVERED AT RaI DENCI
S SEND IN YOUR ORDER .& 'GET TH'E BEST."be r- -
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EAD cLY UAM ANT -ruao..
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