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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
JUSTICE TO ALL. &n Sription $1,o per yrer in adnwuce
',ol.. AL ST. KARTINVILLE, LA., AUGUST 18th, 1906. No. 28,
Accuracy and Reliability
in compounding are distinguishing features of our t
pharmacy. Physicians' prescriptions and family re
cipes are here carefully prepared from strictly pure, *
and complete stock of everything in drugs, medi
cines, tinctures, acids, extracts, etc. Also a full and bI
fine line of perfumes, toilet articles and druggist
sundries. Prices always lower than elsewhere.
T. J. LABBE.
H. P. FOURNET,
Wholesale and Commission,
Rail Road Avenue, L
ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA. o
J. J. BURDIN & BRO.,
! RED CYPRESS LUMBER, a
SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
And carry a large stock of P b
0 Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Delmnti ons.
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
S I CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOIlE fIONBY.
IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS WORK(i
•. OTOTII . • . . g
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
SHAMPOO - . -25 CENTS.
BEA FOAM - . 15 ('ENTIS
HAIR ('UT ANY STYLE - 25 ('ENTB
SHAVIN( - - -15 ENT.h
HAIR BIN6EINO - - ISCENTS.
Rhh IWORK QUARRAlTHE I
'Jl l.E S FAI¢COIS,
ST. MARTINVIILLE, LA.
It was hinted in the public print
that indications were that Gen.
Leon Jastremski would be the
candidate of the adminigaration,
for the reason that Gen. Jastrem
ski was supporting Sam Robert
son, for Congress, an administra
tion candidate, against Judge Fa- I
vot, who was a strong and ardent
supporter of Gen. Jastremski, in
his last campaign. It appears a
little strange that the General
should support an administration
man against one of his friends, and
probably this was the cause of the
rumor, but Gen. Jastremski has
made thing clear by announcing
that he was not the candidate of
the administration or of any fac
tion, but that he was a candidate
seeking the suffrage df the people
of the State, without combinations.
**Make Hay While the Sun Shines."
There is a lesson in the work of the
thrifty farmer. He knows that the
bright sunshine may last but a day and
he prepares for the showers which are
so liable to follow. So it should be with
every household. Dysentery. diarrhoea
and cholera morbus may attack some
member of the home without warning.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoeu Remedy, which Is the best known
medicne for these diseases, should be
- kept at hand, as immediate treatm4t is -
necessary, and delay may prove fatal.
For sale by T. J. LABBE.
The boll waevil has made its ap
pearanctAn 'Natchitoches parish,
and threeans to do great damage
to this season's crop. Dr. Hunter
who is representing the agricultu
ral department of the United States
who is looking after the Weevil in
Louisiana and Texas, reports that
he visited twenty three plantations
in Natchitoches in various portions
of the parish, and found the desas
trous insect present.
Acute attacks of Colic. Diarrhoea and
Dysentry come on without warniong and
prompt relief must be obtained. There
is no necessity of incurring the expense
of a physician's service in such cases if
C'hamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of thbls
remedy will relieve the patient before a
doctor could arrive. It has never been
known to fall, even in the most severe
and dangerous cases and no family
should be without it.
For sale by T. J. LABBE.
hM O. J. Durand made his first
shipment of rice from the new crop
T last Saturday. He shipped two
hundred sacks. He says the rice
is of a good quality, and the yield
satisfactory. He expects the aver
age yield of the crop will be high.
In Self l)efense
Major Hamm, editor and manager
of the Constitutionlist, Eminence,
Ky., when he was fiercely attacked,
four years ago, by Piles, bought a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of -
which he says: "It cured me in 1
ten days and no trouble since."
K Quickest healer of Burns, Sores,
Cuate and Wounds. 25c at T. J.
Labbe drug store.
The supposition is that some of
the politicians of the Badon fce
tion are pledged to Sanders, and
8. are open in their disposition to
support him. while others are sop
Sposed to be for Broussard. The
belief is that all of them will be
forced to align themselves in the
Broussard ranks, under pressure
of the power of the administra
tion. How far this will succeed
remains to be seen. Some strange
developments are expected.
DUCHAMP HARDWARE CO,
a- SUCCESSORS TO L. C. DUCHAMP.
as- -D)KLEIl& IN
$ AMERI AN PAINTS,
Drugs and Perfumeries,
he flatting and Window-shades,
th Saddlery, Wheel
se wright flaterials Etc.
r- gAAgent for the celebrated and reliable John Deere Implemeets.
MARTIN J. VOORIIIES,
b. * DEALER IN
r HA WA CARRI4GES, SADDLERIY,
ad PLOWS, AND, PLAdNTATIsO.UPPIE
re Phone 45.
Do you ever think
iy how safe your money is in a
bank? It has every possible
protection against fire and theft
et The money that you carry
O about with you or that you
_e leave at home is not safe.
Id Open an account to-day.
r- ,oo starts you. We pay 3
b. per cent interest,
CALL AND GET A STEEL BANK.
dBank of St. Martinville.
of - in
6, CHARLES GUIRARD,
of I BAKERY
to MAKES BEST BREAD WITH BEST FLOUR.
'be I ' Orders received for any kind of Bread.
he BREAD DELIVERED AT RESIDENCE
re) SEND IN YOUR ORDER & GET THE BEST.
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