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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, July 29, 1905, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
'Official JourarIl of the Town of St. Aiurtinville. T JUs C TOI a. . ubscription i1,oo pr year r in aidvance.
Vol. X,: ST. MARTINVILLE, IA:, JULY 29th, 1905. N -o. 25.
" OOD
TRW
When you buy a Mowing Machine
Buy The "Wood"
Simple, strongly built light on our
teams and does not get clogged.
T. J, LABBE.
SJ J. BiURDIN & BRO.,
.... Mi chactrers of....
RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
SHINGLES, ISTERNS SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
And carry a large stOck of
p Eng Leaf Yellow Pine Limber Flooring, Siding and Dementlons. q
OVR PRICES VERY LOW.
9 a CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SORE HONEY.
FIRE INSURANCE, *
I have opened a Fir! insurance Agency. with office j
at the Bank of St. Martiinville building. If you I ced
 Fire Insurance a phone message or a postal card
wi~~l bring me to your pla*. Give me a chance to
talk Fire Instrance to you,
P. A. BIENVENU.
AwfulitIeehidw
ArJ su' Indcstions oA some forfoci o tommeh
trouble, biliousnee or a bd liver. Malaria will
.nxt ovcrt~ko you. Don't raisk it, and above all,
HERBINE
bas all their virtPues-noame of their
' sdeadly effcts. HERBIE taken
~gunlarly will foretall beadacbepp
tion r nV.
-- liver ill., -, keep yo" L. good " ealth.
*g1d y .- . - - T. J. I.abbe. J
CROUP
Is a violent inflammation of the mucous
membrane of the wind pipe, which some
times extends to the Iarynx and bron
chial tubes; and is one of the most dan
gerous' disusee of children. It almost al
ways comes on in the night. Give fro
lquent small doses of Ballard's Horehound
Syrup and apply Ballard's Snow Lini
ment externally to the throat. 2ec, 50e.
$1,00. For sale by T. J. Labbe.
-The game of base ball which
was to take place here last Sunday
between Breaux Bridge and St.
Martinville, had to be postponed
on account of the bad weather.
The Breaux Bridge boys had come
here, it rained in the morning,
the ground was full of water and
our streets were too muddy for any
one'to be out on pleasure.
INDIGESTION.
With its companions, heart burns, fa
tulehee, torpidity of the liver. coustlpa
tion, palpitation ofthe heart, poor blood,
headache and other nervous symptoms,
sallow skin., foul tongue, offensive breath
anld ; legion of other ailments, is at
once the nmoLt widespread and destruc
tive malady aumong the American people.
The Ilerbine treatment will cure all
these'troublee. 50e bottle. At Labbe's.
Old Francois, the old man who
was for several years the yardman
of Mr. Rousseau, who was lately
in the employ 'of Sheriff Badou,
died last Sunday morning front
the Hffect of a kic'k from a horse
which he received the day previ
ous in the lower part of the abdo
men. 'Old Francois lived here for
tmany years and was known by no
other name. He was a man ad
vanctd in years and claimed he
worked o'n the Suez Canal at the
beginning of this great work.
BUY IT NOW.
Now is the time to buy Chamberlain's
(Colie. Cholero and Diarrhoea 'Remody.
It in certaih to be needed sooner or later
and when 'that time comes you will need
it badly-you will ne6d it quickly. Buy
it now. It may save life. For sale by
T. J. Labbe.
Thbe happiest man in the world
is the common, every-day chap
who uakes his own living, pays
his bills and has a little money as
he goes along; but wh6 doesn't
strive to get a corner on the locai
output, and is neither & slave to
ambition nor society. He loves
his God and fellow men, thinks
"there is no place like home," the
haven of rest; prefers the company
of his wife 'and children to that of
any one else, never has to sit up
at nigAht to poultide his conscience,
btelieves in the doctrine of live and
let live,'and when he encounters
oue of the needy he doesn't stat
ter over his pocket-bood. The
plain man is happy because he is
satisfied, and be doesn't spend the
best part of life yearning for somne
thing four sizes too large for him.
-M. C. Review.
When Iou want a pleasant laiative
that Is easy to take and 'ertain to act,
use thamberlain'e Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sate by T.J. Labte.
Oie of the most import*h -
ginering problems Waiting for so.
lution to-day, says Railway and
Locomotive Engineering, is a prac
ticable method of Using crade pa
trolenm as an explosive in internal
combustion engines. When this
invention is perfected we will see
the engines driving the locomo
tives in all the regions where oil
wells are to be found.
Mrs. Joe. S. Martin and son, Tom,
who where spending some time in
Biioxi, returned home last Sunday.
JL. C DUCHAMP,
d -I)ALE IN-:
I Hardware, Furniture,
4 Crockery,
I AMERIA N PAINTS,
Oils, Widow-glasses,
. Drugs and Perfumeries,
f11atting and Window-shades,
Wagons, Buggies,
Saddlei, Wheel
wright aterials Etc.
g t Agedt for the celebrated ad reliable John Deere plement.
UMARTIN J. VOORHIES,
r 4 DEADER IN -
A. W ýn I CARRIAGES, SADDLERY,
S IDWBBi cnFURNITURE.
WHEELWRIGHT MATERIAL,
CROCKERIES,
TIN-WARE.....
PLOWS, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Phone 46.
Look Neat and Attractive by Dress- .
. ing Nicely and Elegantly
when you go out visiting.
. Your Printed Stationery is a Repie
sentative of yourself, visit
•-linmg Commercial houses on
business.
se Nic ly Printed Statioiiry, the
.p  kind turned out by this of
fice if you want to create a
good impression. Do not
use stationery that look like .!
a tramp.
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