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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, August 12, 1905, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
O()ficl .Io,rural ?f the Town of 8. Martinville. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. - ubscri'pion $0,oo per year in adva
V. ST. ARTIVILLE, LA., AUGUST 12th,
;,l. XX ST. NA.RTINVILLE, LA., ,UGUST 12th, 1906. No. 27.
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When you buy a Mowing Machine
Buy The "Wood"
Simple, strongly built, light on your
teams and does not get clpgged.
T. J. LABBE.
J. J. BURDIN & BRO.,
....Manufactmers of....
RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
And carry a large stock of
Long Leaf Yellow Pin Lamber Flooring, Sidlag tad Dementiois. !1
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
ff"- CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOmE tONEY. N.
FIRE INSURANCE.
I have opened a Fire Insurance Agency, with office
= at the Bank of St. Martinville building. If you need 3
f Fire Insurance a phone message or a postal card
will bring me to your place. Give me a chance to
talk Fire Insurance to you,
P. A. BIENVENU.
Arx suro indlntions of ome form of stomach
troubic, bitiousnes or had liver. Malaria will
next overtalo you. Don't risk it, and above all,
don'ttnaoclDE oelnorq ar dangrom
HERBINE
has all their vfrmae-one at their
4 dedily eeo. HERB5WE take
S rarly will foretall nheiacespi
liver Ill, keqp y.. in good bealth.
sBolc1 y - - - -- ----T. J. I.7 bbe.
COLIC AND DIARRHOEA-A REMEDY
THAT IS PROMPT AND PLEASANT.
The prompt results produced by Cbham
berlaiu's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy together with its pleaset taste
have won for It a place in many house
hole. Mr. W. T. Taylor. a merchant of
Winslow, Ala., writes: "I have use
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy myself and also with men
oa my place, for diarrhoea and colic and
it always gives relief promptly add plea
eanltly." For sale by T. J. Labbe.
Morgan City, La., Aug. 7, 1i905.
Editor Weekly Messenger,
St. Martinville, La.
Dear Sir:
At a meeting of the Citizens commit
tee of this place held this day, it was re
solved that the following sommunlca
tion be sent you, with the request that
you publish the same in your valuable
paper in your next issue:
"It hIavi ug coina to our knowledge that
erxigeratel relmrts are circulated
throughout the country. relative to the
health condition of our City we the citi
zs oncomumittee appointed by the citi
tens of this place'. desire to state that up
to the plreselit tilime; bullt one case of fe
ver was reported (mdll that pronounced
r suspicious) that ino other case has since I
developed. :a:ld th:it ne death from any
cause wlhatmoever, hai., tLiken place here
inside of a montli." ,;igned:
THK)K. LEIIMANN,
J.. '. PRIEKiASKA,
J. T. CiOLLINS, d
E. PASS.
Gi J. MALENE,
Committee.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hanley and
children of Lafayette, arrived here
the latter part of last week, to
spend quarantine time with us,
the train service of the Southern
Pacific system being almost en
tirely sunspended.
-Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sallee,
i Jr., had the miefortune to lose
i their little girl, Jessie Cecelia
i Sallee, who died at four o'clock in
the morning, Saturday the 5th
' inst., aged five months and fifteen
k days. She was buried at five
1 o'clock the same evening.
A little forethought may save you no
end 4f trouble. Anyone who mlake it a
rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic. Chole
ra nod Diarrlhoea Rmiedy at hand knows _
this to be a fact. For sale at Labbe'sl
Conrad Frederick, a white. man,
an ex-United States soldier, who
left the army when stationed here
in 1874, and lived here ever since,
and wlhose last occupation wees
watchman oli the Keystone planta
tion, died lhere last Saturday after
a short illness.
Peculi'
Peculiar I)isappearance.
J. D. Runyqan, of Butlerville, 0.,
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, for dizziness,
sour stomach, headache, constipa
tion, etc." Guaranteed at T. J.
Labbe drug store, price 25c.
We learn that Mr. Charles Co
wel, of Keystone plantation, who
was returning home from a visit
to Massachuretts, tried to change
cars at Monroe on his way home,
but there he met with shot gun
quarantine and would not be per
mitted to get down, and was com
pelled to return to Massachsetts.
Sick headaclhe reeulce from a disorder
ed conldltionu ol thie stimnachl and is quiek
ly cured ty Cl.a.Itmsrlhii''s Stomaich andl
Liver Tibtl.. For ,sult by T'. J. Labbe.
-A good refreshing rain fell
Monday that wil prove of great
hetrliti to, all kanri of crops.
L. C. DUCHAMP,
Hardware, Furniture,
Crockery,
I 7EMERItAN PAINTS,
Oils, Widow-glasses,
Drugs and Perfumeries,
flatting and Window-shades,
Wagons, Buggies,
Saddlery, Wheel
wright Ilaterials Etc.
SFAAent for the celebrated and reliable John Deere Implemeei
MARTIN J. VOORHIlES, *
 DEADER IN -
ARD CARRIAGES, SADDLERY,
FURNITURE.
WHEELWRIGHT MATERIAL,
CROCKERIES,
TIN-WARE.....
AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Phone 46.
1y4 Look Neat and Attractive by Dress- .
" " ý'` ing "Nicely and Elegantly .
when you go ou t visiting.
" Your Printed Stationery is a Repre
sentative of youtself, visit
P ~. ing Commercial houses on
business.
Use Nicely Printed Stationery, the
S~ kind turned out by this of
fice if you want to create a
Sgood impression. Do not.
use stationery that look like ..
a tramp.

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