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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, September 02, 1905, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
O.cial Jouirnal of the Town of at. Martinville. JrSTICE O ALL. & ebesription ,oo per year in advance.
o'l. XX. .ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SEPTEMBER 2nd, 190. No. 3o.
WOOD
When you buy a Mowing Machine
Buy The "Wood"
Simple, strongly built, light on your
teams and does not get clogged.
T. J. LABBE.
H. P, FOURNET,
Wholesale and Commission,
Rail Road Avenue~
ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
. J. BURDIN & BRO.,
, ...Maaufacturers of....
RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS ,
And carry a large stock of
Loeg Leaf Yellow Pine Limber Flootig, Siding ad Delittl:.
OUR PRICES VERY LOW. *
a CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOnE HrONEY.
SFIRE INSURANCE.
- I ha e opened a Fire Insurance Agency, with office .
Sat the Bank of St. Martinville building. If you need
Fire Insurance a phone message or a postal card
will bring me to yo place. Give me a chance to
Stalk Fire Insurance to you,
SP. A. BIENVENU.
Eve on'etiquette: "At I private
house a gentleman permits a lady
to precede him in entering and go
ing up and down stairs; at a pu
blic place the ecourt goes before
the lady he is escorting. At a thea
tre the gehtleman'usually prdcede
a 'lady dbwn the aisle andbtand
aside at the row 'of sets to allow
her to pass him and take hdr seat.
At a churdh a lady 'usually advan
ces up the aisle before her ehcort."
Eve may be right, but it ddes not
not seem proper for a lady 'to pre
cede a gentleman at 'any place in
going up stairs or climbing a lad
per, and if we were a lady wdtrld
not do it.--M. C. Review.
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think he' ha got
off cheap, who, hfter having con
stipatidn or iddigestion, is still
able to perfectly restore his hektth.
Nothing will do this but Dr.
King's New Life Pills. A quick,
pleseant, and certaian'oure for head
ache, comntipation, etc. 25c at T.
J. Labbe's drug store; guaranteed.
The Gibeland News wants a man
who reaches the age of twenty-five
years to marry and suprt a wife
and settle down as a good citizen
or lose his right of suffrage. We
are of opinion 'that very few men
who reaches the ago of twenty-five
.years would be willing to form a
life partnership with any woman
simply to preserve his right. of
casting a ballot at elections under
our preseut law, when his vote
would'be destroyed by the statf
fing, the illigal couot'ig, and the
use of the frandulent duplicate.
The News had better soggest
some way to increase the value of
the right of suffrage, to purify our
election laws and ,make the ballot
w'orth something before trying to
make it one of the conditions to
promote matrimony.
Cured of Lame Back After aS Years of
Suflfetag.
'I had been troubled with lane back
for fifteen years and I foeod a complete
recovery In the use of Cbamtberlain's
Pail Balm," says John G. Bisher, Gillam,
Ind. This liniment is also Witlbut an
equal for sprains oand brauises. It is for
sale by T. L. Lab .
Constable Sale.
No. 906.
Jean lomee vs Ashman Taylor,
State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Martin;
5th Justice's Couoi;
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Faeias
issued by A. A. Dupre Justlee bf the
Peace of the fifth Ward of the Parish of
St. Martin, in favor of Jean Dome. anad
agaiust Aslman T alor, to me dirheted,
I will at II o'ehck a. .m.on the
9th day of the month of Sept.
A. D. 1905,
at the office Of said Jhstice dl the Peae;
lu the fifth Ward of said parish, ofir for
sale at puble suctiono for Cah, to the
higheest bidder the following demerlbed
property to-wit: All the right nmdil ti
tie of Ashmaud Taylor, In the Esrtate ofl
hie deceased tbrother George Taylor, on
that certatin tract of land altuited in the
fifth ware of the parish of St. Martin,
La.. with the improvemeats theret be
longing., containing Seventy eight su
perfeial arpents more or leem bounded
North by land of Sam Washinaglon, 8oth
by William Ward, ast by Mrs. Laura
Smith, West Ly Bayou Teche. Seiled by
me as the property of Ashman Taylor,
nuoder said writ of Fie Faelas.
Parish of St. Martin, L.,s this 27th day
of the month of Jouly A. D. 1905.
A. Il. GUILBKAU,
Constable 5th Ward, St. Martin, La.
o- L. C. DUCHAMP,
cede :-DKACLRI IN-:
Hardware, Furniture,
r-Crockery,
A MEk)eAN PAIINTS,
[Oin3, Widow-glasses,
' Drugs and Perfumeries,
th. flattilng and Window-shades,
Dr.
ick, m Wagons, ~uggies,
T. r Saddlery, Wheel
d.B wright Tlaterials Etc.
five WgAxet for time celebrated ad retable oJbn Deere Impleasets.
We
a MARTIN J1 VOOR H IES,
of
der - DEADER IN =S
rote
tAuf- A CARRIAGES, SADDLERY,
the £LL3JW ~- LU mUNITURE.
ate.
test
of WHEELWRIGHT MATERIAL,
our
Hot CROCKEIIES,
to a TIN-WARAL.
to
oR MDATIOW SUPPJ
back-]Phone 45.
I Look Neat aid Attractive by Dress-G
ing Nicely and E&gantlyp
when you go out visiting.
t." totor Printed Stationery is a Repre
Ssentative of yourself, visit
..V ing Commercial houses on f
ý.. business. .
Use Ni~ly Printed Stationeray, the
~:VP - kind turned out by this of- .
•VP fice if you want to create.a .
I. good impression. Do not .
t.P use stationery tat look like .
", a ttiamp.

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