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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, August 16, 1902, Image 3

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The Last o the seaso
E On Tuesday Aug. 19 that 9 o'clock 3
a. uL
We will offer for sale Fifteen Pieces about Five3
_Hundred yards of Ten Cents Piques, Twills, Ging-j
hams etc., etc. ------ . .. ..
Just the thing for early Fall wear-at 5 cents a_
Iyard. - - - - - --------. .
You know what bargain means at
SL. J. Gardemal.
Has Just Opened a
Under The Tertrou Hotel.
Your Patr age Solicited.
Mrs. Albert P. Voorhies of New
Iberia, is visiting relatives iu town.
Mr. Gab. Gardemal made a trip
to New Orleans this week, on busi
--epreseutative A. F. Domen
geaux of Breaux Bridge was here
-Call for the Hamilton-Brown
Cuban Heel for ladies at E. E
Dr. A. C. Durio of Arnaudville
was in tows Monday attending to
some business.
-Tbhe Croquet club will be en
tertained by Misq Estelle Fournet
to -morrow evening.
Judge and Mrs. James E. Mou
ton, returned last Saturday from
their trip to Tentessee.
Mr. J. J. Burdin returned home
this week after having spent seve
al days in New Orleans.
-Miss Pauline Briant of New
Orleans is on a visit here, to her
siseter, Mrs. E. E. Voorhies.
Judge C. H. Mouton of Lafay
ette was in town this week look
ing up some business at the Court
Hamilton Brown. New French
heel shoes for ladies; $2,50 at E. E.
-Mrs. Iphis Fournet will enter
tain the Married Ladies Euchre
club at the Flemisg hotel nexst
Miss Helen Simod entertained
a large number of her little friends1
Tuesday evening, in hobenor of her
teeth birthday.
The Steamer Bagasse same up
here Wednesday with a cargo of
11 esacks of rice, coming from the
Loreauville section.
Mrs. J. H. Rhymes and son of
Richland parish, mother andibro
ther of Dr. W. J. Rhymes are
here, visiting the Doctor.
-Mr. Aroos Sorrel, of Olivier,
was here Tuesday, and in company
with Mr. J. C. Bienvenn, visited
the Anse-la-Butte oil field.
-Full line of Hamilton-Brown
spring heel shoes for Misses and
Iadies at E. F. Soulier.
Sunday, Miss .F'abiola Decrest,
entertained a number of her little
friends in honor oft her birthday.
There are a few holes upon the
roads of the parish that should be I
repairted at once, to save cost and
-Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Rhymes
have taken possession of their new
home near the market house, and
it is one of the pretty homes of
St. Martinville.
-Mr. Felix Bienvenu who has
been spending a few weeks in the
north, particularly at the resorts
of Wisconsin, retua ned home Wed
nesday evening, looking the pic
ture of good health.
Mr. Taylor Daspit was appoin
ted by Gov. Heard, as clerk of re
gistration, and will soon be filling
the appointment made by the re
gistrar of voters in the diffor
ent sections of the parish.
TheMost Delicioiu
and the PUREST.
Unlike Any Other
J lr , mm-- rLemt sler tmftan.
The frequent showers which we
are having at this time are inter
fering greatly with the harvesting
of the rice crop. Lots of it lps
been out, but threshing is proceed
ing slowly on account of the show
ers, as to make a good product, the
rice has to be well dried before it
can be threshed.
Miss Louise Ducreet entertain
ed the Bachelor-Maid club at the
plantation last Thursday, but the
rain spoiled the out door pleasure
of the entertainment which was
anticipated by the Maids, buCnot
withstanding the disappointment
of rain and mad, the members of
the club report having had a most
enjoyable time.
Shatters All Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Gul
ledge, Verbena, Ala., paid a vast
sum of doctors to cure a severe
case of piles, causing 24 tumors
When all failed, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve soon cared him. Subdues
Inlammation, conquers Aches,
kills Pains. Beet salve in the
world. 25o at T. J. Labbe drug
-There will be a game of base
ball at Beelia's Perk to-morrow
evening, between the Thibodeaux
laub of Breaux Briage and the
Colored Seniors of St Marrtinville,
both clubs are said to be good ball
players, and will make the game
an interesting one. The game
will commence at 2 o'clock.
-Mr. Charles Babia, civil
neer from Lafayette, was in t n
Wednesday on professional busi
ness. Mr. Babin was the first
man, several years ag(, to under
stand the mineral resources of St.
Martin parish, and made every ef
fort to have the Sate and Nation
al government make a geological /
survey of this parish, as he was
confident that precious minerals
were lying under this entire pa
Not Over-Wise.
There is an old allegorieal plcture of
a girl seared at a rass-hopper, but in 0
the set of heedlessly treading on a
snake. This is paralleled by the man
who spends a large sum of money buil
ding a eyelone eeller, but neglects to
provide his family with a bottle of
Chamberlala's Cote, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy as a safeguard against 0
bowel complalnts, whose vietims out
number those of the cyclone a hundred
to one. This remedy Is everywhere re
eqalised as the meet prompt and rella
ble medicine it use for these diseases.
For sale by T. J. Labbe.
-Those of oar rice people who
need labor tickets can get round
checks printed on short notice, at
reasonable prices at this office.
-The auction sale of the goods
in Gab. J. Bienvema's store will
take place today.
-Did you say base ball? Why
of course! When and where? at
Beelin's Ball Park on Sunday Au
gust 17th., between St. Martinville
Juniors and New Iberia Ametears.
Game will commence at 4 sharp.
Admission 15 and 25cts. Ladies
Dysentery Cured Without the1
Aid of a Doctor.
"1 am just up from a hard spell of the
flux" [dysentory] says Mr. T. A. Pinner, .
a well known merehant of Drummond.
Tenn. "I used one emall bottle of Cham
berlal's Colle, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy sad was cured without having
a doctor. I consider it the best cholera
medicine in the world." There is no
need of employing a doctor when this
remedy is used, for no doetor can pre
scribe a better medleiinae for bowel omm
plaint la any form ithor for ebildren or
adurts. It never fals anad is pleasant to
take. For sale by T. J. Labb
ie ewspaper best ses do yer wmns
bs Th New Odems Picayum. Itrhas ll
wh, polkip l d saeral news o
da, nd a ar t Jrepers am
hapartil and trrutw . De~y
Idituo ,3 for masLh TwIle.Wesk
Edton (heed Menadas nd Thrys)
$s amen GiseThelPiseasstshL.
We have received
our car of OATS
and can fill your
orders, M. Bienvenu
&Son. a a
cel pempredr stdo "rn a naight.
Office by Central Drugstore,
Calls left at Cntrial Draetoe will meest with
!ptmpt MatttLon.
St. Muartlinvle, Louiana.
-Those in need of notes with
homestead clanse and mortgage
notes can get them at the Messen
ger office at 50 cents per hundred.
Tulane Shoes
The Gentlemen's Shoes
We have just opened our latest creation Il
up-to-date shoes for gentlemen; they con
sist of only 3 entirely new things:
Tulane patent leather Cadet last 380o
Tulane patent leather Henley last 3,So
Tulane Black Vic  Cork Sele 3,50
Step in, aind lt a shot IJ I uSnties, A 3esl
Yours anxious to {lease
Job Printing
In theline of Job Printing
SWe carry in stock all grades of
S paper and card boards and we can
deliver promptly anything you j
my need in the  o printed
SFirst Class Work,
clr aim we do first class prin- .
a ting and our work wil comnpar
with any outside work in work

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