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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ) JUSTICE TO ALL SUBSCRIPTION $1,0X) PER ANNUM
VOL'UME XXVII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., FEBRUARY 1, 1913. ' NUMBER 49
J. J. BURDIN & iRO.,
RED CYPRESS LUMBER
SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
And carry a large stock of
Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Dementlon
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
W CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SORE hONEY.
SH. P. FOURNET,
) Wholesale and Commission, I
Rail Road Avenue,
ST. MARTINVILLE, LOUISIANA.
AI IMrs. Rose Broussard
A Has just received a Fine and Complete
stock of Millinery Novelties and invites
the public to come and look at the
A beauties of millinery art.
L2Do iot borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe
for it yourself, it cost so little, $ .oo for the whilne )ear .... .
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
Capital, Surpuls and Profits $66,849,85
Total Assets - - 8276,409,67
Makes loans at 8 per c:nt. discount. Pays 4
per cent. interest on time deposits, and 3 per
cent. interest on savings deposits. :: ::
HAS BEST FAOILITIES TO A000MMODATE ITS 0USTOMERS. 3
'RY AN ACOOUNT WITH THIS BANK.
Laizaire Bienvenu, oo FM ,:au~ Compies.
-The heavy rains of Saturday
and Sunday have caused the Teche .
to rise several feet, and contribu
ted much to make the streets and
roads worse than they were.
There is no better medicine made for
colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme
ty. It acts on nature's plan. relieves
the lungs, opens the secretions, aids ex
pectoration; and restores the system to a
healthy condition. For sale by all drug
-Mr. Philip Chapuis, District
Deputy of the Catholic Knights
of Columbus, visited the local 1
lodge last Sunday and made a lec
tore. At night the members eo-i
joyed a splendid banquet.
Here is a message of hope and good
:heer from Mrs. C. J. Martin. Boone Mill.
'a., who is the mother of eigthteen chil- I
Iren. Mrs. Martin was cured of stomach
rouble and constipation bi Chamber
aln's Tablets after five years of suffer
.ug, and now recommends these tablets
:o the public. Sold by all druggist.
The bridge over the canal at the 1
Keystone plantation has been com
pletely washed away and the canal
is crumbling rapidly. The Police I
Jury should look into this matter I
it ouce as this is one of our most
Lafayette voted last week in fa.
ror of the Southwestern Traction
nod Power Company, a one and a
half mill tax. The voting of this
tax insures the building of this
road from New Iberia. St. Martin.
Dille, Breaux Bridge to Lafayette.
DIo you know that real danger lurks in
1 common cold than li any other of the
uinor ailments? The safe way is to
kake Clhamoerlalu's Cough Remedy, a
horoughly reliable preparation, and rid
(ourself of the cold as quickly as poesi
iIr. This remedy is for sale by all drug
Last week the Town Council of
3t. Martinville granted a franchise
;o the Southwestern Traction and
Power Co. The Company was re
)resented by Mr. Godchaux, the
Vice-President and Mr. Milling,
ittorney of the Company. Mr.
iodchaux told as that work will
eonimence on the road as soon as
he right of way will be secured.
.s this road will be of immense
euefit and increase the value of
he property along the line, we do
io believe that there will be
unlch trouble in securing thu right
"I hli is the season of the year when
pntohers feel very mulchl concernled' over
lie frequent colds (coitrarted by theira
hildrein. and have a lnilalt I reasonll fol
t as every cold weakeins the lung, low
rs the vitality and paves the way for
h morere serious liseases that so, often •
ollw. ('Chamberlaina'? Cough laetlaedy
a famonaus for its cures. an d is pleasant
mal safe to take. For sale all dlrug~stoi.
If you know of anything we
lon't know andl which the public
aught to know; if it is worth knUw.
ug d.nu't you know that it is yar
luty to let us know it, that the
,eople may siso, know? You way
now, but they don't know, unless
foo let us know the things which
you know. That will be good for
ll the people, don't you know?
Many a man tools himself when
be thinks that he is fooling his
SHOW DAYLIGHT GOT Into The SUBWAY
Ask us to tell you how it was done
THE QUALITY LAMP
S(lives three times the light at the same cost
Buy one for every socket in every room
:ompany - -
AT REDUCED PRICES
:r ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
TRAIN DE LUXE
New Orleans, Los Angeles,
Weekly - Commencing January 2, 1913
West Bound East Bound
Lv. New Orleans 1'31 p. im. Lv. San Fruueiseo 6:00 p. m.
Ar. Los Angeles 8:44 p. m. Lv. Los Angeles 8:15 a. m.
Ar. San Francisco 1110 ,. u. Ar. New Orleans 7:20 p. m.
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Electric lights and fans througchout. Stenagrapher. barber shop, shower lath, ha.
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Extra fares will tie charged for additimonal luxuries and comforts afforded.
Other fist-class trains- Itwteeu New Orleans and Pacific ('oast.
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