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THE WEEKLY. MESSENGER.
Ojicial Jo r"al of the Teao of *. Marti i e. · ubrition Tr,oo per genur i advafo.
Vol. XXT.
ST. YARTINVILLU, LA., AVGU 6th, 1906. .. 26.
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When you buy a Mowing Machine
Buy The "Wood"
Simple, strongly built, light on your
teams and does hot get clogged.
T. J. LABBE.
J. J. BURDIN & BRO.,
S RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
. SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
And carry a large stock ef
Lug Leaf Tellow Mle Luaier Plorg, Sik(g Ii DamtIs.u.
p OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
. 1 CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOtE f ONEY.
FIRE INSLRA
~I have opened a hire Inserance Agency, with office
at the Bank of 8t. Martinille building. If you need
Fire Insurance a phone message or a postal card
will bring me to yourplace. Give me a chance to
talk Fire Insurance to you,
P. A. BIENVENU.
Ltrob, bllo  badl r. IAri li
dHERBINE :
sreg ulsewulfMinss bMdacmsine
'1 Mm.. lhe dbum ..
1 -.1 ' W.ve onU Son ul
Molcl TU - - - - - T. U.TI. ate. .
-Dr. J. 8. Martin has used fuel
oil, wbrh was sprinkled on the
rassee to burn the tall grass in the
ditch in front of his home, and it
has worked in a very satisfactory
manner, lots of the tall grasses of
the town could be destroy in this
manner, which would largely faci
litate the cleaning of th ditcbes.
COLIC AND DIARRHOEA-A REMBI D
T1AT IS PROMPT AND PLE.ASANT.
The prompt results produced by Chlun
berlain's Colie. Cholera sad Diarrhoea
Remedy together with its pleamat taste
have won for it a place la many heose
bold.. Mr. W.. Taylor. a merebant of
Winselow. Ala. writes: "I have use
Chamberlain's Colte. Cholera sad Diarr
boes Remedy myself and ales with men
en my place, for diarrhoe sand colie and
ft always giresreief promptly and pies- E
asntly." For sale by T. J. Labbe.
-Dr. E. J. Baylis left Sunday
e for Hot Springs, Ark., where he
expects to speed a week or so,
The doctor expects to send his
family to Hct Springs on his re
turn, to spend the balance of the
r summer. The doctor said when he
left, "if yellow fever was to come
during my short absence, tele
graph me and I will come to help
you fight the disease.
Peculiar Disappearance.
J. D. Runyan, of Butlerville, O.,
laid the peculiar disappearance of
his painful symptoms, of indiges
tion and biliousness, to Dr. King's
New Life Pills. He says: "They
are a perfect remedy, fordisineese,
soar stomach, headache, constipa
J tion, etc." Guaranteed at T. J.
Labbe drug store, price 25c.
We are of opinion that the board
of health should order every hog
from the center of the town re
moved to the outskirt of the town
or to the country. At a former
ruling one bog in every yard was
allowed, but now that we are
threatened with yellow fever, and
every body fells the necessity of
cleaning up and disinfecting. We
believe it is impossible to disin
feet a yard that has a bog in pen
or in the yard. They should be -
ordered removed, and the order
should be made to remain in force
permanently, from March to No
vember of each year.
81k headache results from a disosder
ed cand ttio of the s4emach aad  o quatk
ly eared by Chamberlain's Stomash and
Liver Tablets. For sale by T. J. Iabbe.
Dr. Quitman Kouke, health ofl
cer of New Orleans, says: "Yellow
fever is not a filth disease sad or.
dinary sanitary cleanliness is not
effective against it. The removal
of filth for the prevention of yel.
low fever is energy misdirected.
The removal of mosquitos for this
purpose is energy scientifically ap
plied."
Acoording to the theory of Dr.
Kooke the first thing that should
should be done all over the state,
in every town and in every yard,
is the destruetion of tell grasses
in the ditches, and jhe eomplete
draining of rsme, use filling of I*
every hole that will cootaia water
or mad, every hog hole or hog m
pen are breeding places for the *
mosquitoes. The use of oil upona
all water surfaces is recommended.
A liberal application of lime and
oil will have a benefeiail effect up
on the general health of the eom
munity, even if it is not a preveo
tive of yellow fever. There is
more eatisfaction in having our
streets and our yards kept in a
clean condition.
º L. C. DUCHAMP,
bis :- Is ll I-:
L Hardware, Furniture,
Crockery,
. M6RIeAN PAINTS,
S Oils, Widow-glasses,
e Drugs and Perfumeries,
. Platting and Window-shades,
i V Wagons, Buggies,
3e
Sddlery, Wheel
_ wright flaterials Etc.
th Ae r . aa$bi Je  l Deere Mltmie,.
MARTIN J. VOORHIIES,
DE, ADER IN ff1
B
M OAgRLIS IADDLEIT,
EADy E, mfURNITUrE.
WHEELWRIGHT MATERIAL,
0 TIN-WASL....
a RAW& AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
hI-Ie i6.
19 Look Neat and Attractive by Dress- .
a ing Nicely and Elegantly
when you go out visiting.
Your Printed Stationery is a Repre
7 sentative of yourself, visit
ing Commercial houses on .
business.
Usc Nicely Printed Stationery, the
) ~·~kind turned out by this of-19
good impression. Do not
use stationery that look like ~
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