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Competition The Life Of Trade.
Our well known Regal Beer 75 cents per doz.
pint bottles, or 4 bottles for 25 cents, Impe
rial Beer $1 per dozen. We will guarantee
both the Regal and Imperial to give entire sa
tisfaction and will put it up against any beer
regardless of price.
Schlessinger & Bendor's famous Pomerol Cla
ret at 50 cents per gallon, will compare favor
ably to any wine selling at $1 per gallon.
Hostetter Bitter 75 cents per bottle,
Puritan Rye Whiskey $1 per quart,
Old Joe Gideon Whiskey $1 per quart,
Shannon Whiskey A Blend 75c per quart,
Try them and you will be convinced that you
are getting value received for your money.
Buying in car-load lots and discounting our
bills enable us to sell at the above low figures.
If you do not buy of us we both lose money.
Bonin Grocery Co.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Sept 30
Miss Eala Malagarie of Brous
sard was visiting here this week.
WANTED to buy a second hand
Fire proof safe, Dr. J. R. Olivier.
Mr. Numa Chauffe of Ruth was
attending to business here this
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Durand of
Port Barre were here on a short
Mr. E. Lassalle, cashier of the
Port Barre State Bank was attend
ing to business here Monday.
Mrs. K. Schwartz left Tuesday
for Biloxi, Miss., where she will
spend a few days with relatives.
-Mrs. Don Register of Fort
Meyers, Fla., is here spending a
few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Kelso.
5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case
of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Sept3U
Mr. Gilbert Clement of Hous
ton, Texas, is here spending a few
days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Augoste Clement.
Mr. George Eastiu moved into
his pretty new home on Columbus
street Monday. Mr. Eastin's new
home is one of the prettiest in
Lafayette will have a big cele
bration of the Fourth of July.
There will be fair, races and tire
men's parade. The people of La
fayette promise a big day on the
-Mr. George Knight had his
right arm painfully bruised in the
swamp Monday. Mr. Knight was
measuring ash logs which were be
ing loaded on a barge, when one
of the logs shipped from the hooka
of the derricks and struck him or
the arm. The wound is paiufu
but not of a serious nature.
If in need of OATS and CORN
get it from Laizaire Bienvenu, he
is supplying the public in feed
Mr. J. A. Hitter has bought the
Hart property adjoining the home
of Dr. A. P. Sillan, he will take
down the old building and will
move his present home to the
property just bought and make
some improvement. Mr. Hitter
informed us that it was Dr. Sil
lane intention to tear down his
present home and build a more
modern building. All these new
constructions in that block will
add materially to the look and im
provement of the town.
Never leave home on a journey with
out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It ie al
most certain to be needed and cannot be
obtained when on board the care or
steamships. For sale by all druggists.
Of Interest To Barbers.
Under the new State law all the
barbers of the State must register
with the State Board of Health by
the first of July. The office of the
board is in the court building, in
New Orleans, and barbers should
write there, giving the number of
chairs in use, number ofthe street,
if there is one, and the statement
must be signed by the proprietor
of the shop. There is no charge
for this, hence the babers will be
put to no expense. We would ad
vise all our barbers, who have not
already done so, to give this mat
ter attention, in order to avoid
For summer diarrhoea in children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil.
and a speedy cure i.. certain. For sale
by all druggists.
Two new bare for colored peo
ple will open in this town today
and there is already a beer fight
on hand, and the price of other li
quors is going down too. Now is
the time to get a cheap jag.
-Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Li
niment freely. It will remove the sore
ness and quickly restore the parts to a
healthy condition. For sale all druggists
Death of Mr. Ernest Labbe.
Saturday morning last, Mr. Er
nest Labbe was found dead near
Ithe railroad track at Duchamp
station. Mr. Labb6 was living
with bis son-in-law Mr. Louis Oli
vier and we are told that it was
the custom of the old gentleman
to take an early morning walk
about the railroad track. His bo
dy was found some time after a
fast train had passed, with one leg
broken and the back and head in
a condition which indicated clear
ly that he was struck by a train.
Mr. Labb6 was aged 73 years 9
months and 20 days. He leaves
several grown children to mourn
He was buried here at half past
five o'clock Saturday evening.
We, the undersigned, will open a pri
vate school in the High School building,
beginning Monday. July 3rd. and con
tinuing for a term of six weeks or more.
School will be opened daily except Sa
turday and Sunday from 8:30 A. M. to
12 M. The tee for the term will be six
dollars per pupils.
No pupils below the seventh grade will
L. R. TILLY,
F. G. FoumxTr.
I shall conduct a commercial elass
beginning Monday, July 3rd, for a term
of six weeks or more. This class will
be conducted daily except Saturday and
Sunday from 6:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. The
course will consist of Book-keeping, Ste
nogaphy, English, and Arithmetic.
Typewriting will be taught if arrange
ments can be made for the machine.
The fee for the term will be ten dollars.
L. R. TILLY.
WILL NOT HANG.
The Board of Pardon recommen
ded that the petition of BRaoul Jean
Baptiste, who applied for a com.
mution of sentence from death to
life imprisonment, for the murder
of Arista Guilbean, in St. Martin
parish be granted.
The petition of Jean Baptiste
was signed by the Mayor of St.
Martinville, a number of Catholic
priests from the surrounding coun
try and three of the jurors who
sat in the case.
Judge Simon did not attend the
session of the board, but sent his
reasons in writing why he refused
to approve the commutation of the
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And all Implement and Tools
needed for Agriculture, Carpenters Etc
We carry a heavy assortment of shelf
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in the hardware line.
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BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surplus and Profits 588,000,00
Total Assets - S207,188,54
Makes loans at 8 per cent. discount. Pays 4
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