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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, February 20, 1915, Image 2

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All kinds of field implements and
Tools necessary on the Farm.
Laizaire Bienvenu
Collect Rent.
J. J. BURDIN & 0 RO.n
Lo Leaf Yellow Pine Lamber Flooring, Siding and Demention
t: Do not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe
for it yourself, it cost so little, $l.oo fbr tihe whole )ear..
Laizaire Bienvenu
When you vieit New Orleasue top at
Oarondelet and Perdido street
EUROPEAI PLAU, Rates $1,00 and up.
Latest Improvements.
ite formerly oaoupied by Deeohausd lotel
.agnilicent Pageant.
Sardi GrasCelebrated
In Grand Style.
Floats Were Numer
ous and Beautiful.'
The Mardi Gras celebration here
Lhis week was a brilliant success
sud was seeu by thousands of per
ouus coming from every section of
the aurrouudiug country. All
proclaimed the celebration beau.
tiful and expressed their admira
1'he King arrived on the pretty
little boat, Dixie at half past two
o'clock when the procession was
formed in the following order:
A squad of mounted police un
der the command of Chief Tho
St. Martinville Concert Band.
Grand Marshal A. L. Domes
geaux and twelve deputy marshals.
Mayor Bavenuu and Judge Si
mon in an automobile.
Lhe King's Float, which was
folloWsd by the belutiful float of
the Wuomen of the World, Fran
oel Bivenuuu's decorated automo
bile, A. U. Goulas's Float, L. J.
-ardemal's Float, L. G. Levert's
decorated automobile, Columbian
Woodmen's Flust, lphis J. Four
net's Float, The line Cornet Band
of Broussard, Duchamp Hardware
Co's float, Dr. J. b. Martin's de
corated automobile, K. J. Gary
Co., Ltd., Float, E. A. Davis' de
corated automobile, Miss utella
Greig's Float, J. J. Burdin & Bro's
Float, E. N. Resweuer's Float, K.
Schwartz's Float, Boys of Wood
craft Float, Ges. Creig & Co's
Float, Duchamp & Ducrest's Float,
Amedee Demurger's Float, P. A.
Bienvenu's decorated automobile,
High Sohool Float, O. P. Rewes.
ber's Float, T. J. Labbe's Float,
Henry J. Fournet F 1 o a t,
Wade Martin decorated automo
bile, Louise Hotel of Cade, deco
rated carriage, and Police Juror
Dumas Bernard with a fine die
play of vegetables.
The floats, which were contri.
buted by our business firms,
were all elegant and beautiful,
and it was a hard matter to de
cide which was the prettier.
At night a torch light proces
sion marched ahead of the Royal
party to the ball which toot place
at Bouin's hball.
The King was Shbriff Wade O.
Martin and the Queen Miss Isa.
belle DeLaureal.
The Dukes were Dr. P. H. Flem-.
ing, Leonard Reeweber, Weston
lerard, M. P. Guirard, the Du.
,boesoe were Misses Ruth Martin,
Verna Knight, Peela Fuselier and
Elelen Simon.
The ball wap opened by a m
plsayed by the BroussardBW
tor the Royal party, which was
!ollowed by a waitz, and then
mverybody enjoyed one of the
prettiest balls givenu here for a
long time.
It would have been our pleasure
to give more complete details of
he fine Mardi Grae parade and
lire a description of each float,
,ut to do them justice would take
nuch more space than we have at
ur command.
-We have seen here on Mardi
hras, piople we had not seen for
years, only such occaoione bring
;o us the mass of the people, and
hey have to be repeated ooca
aionaily to get the people in the
3abit of visiting us.
-With the passing of the plea
oures of Mardi Gras, we came into
snt and now until Easter all
)leasures will be set aside and all
he time given to prayers and
horch setvicss.
-Messrs. R. D. Crawford and
3astou Gardemal had on exhibi
ion Mardi Gras, some of their
'ancy poultry, which were really
in. specimens of what can be
ione here in this line.
The Euchre and Gumbo given
)y the ladies at the K. of C. home
ast Sunday for the benefit of the
.onveut of Mercy, was a complete
access. A pretty little sum was
Ibe Liver Regulates The Body
A Sluggish Liver Needs Care
Someone has said that people with
bronic Liver Complainuts should be shut
ip away frem humanity, for they are
esimists aud see through a "glass
Iarkly." Why? Because mental states
lepend upon physical states. Bilious
less, Headaches, Dizziness and Consti
ation disappear after using Pr.' King's
aew Life Pills. 25c at your druggist.
We most congratulate the com
mittee, Messre. W. J. Bienvenu,
R. P. Halphen, Paul J. Fleming,
A. C. Gauthter and R. D. Craw
ford, who had the big celebration
in hand, as they have done their
work well, and the people, sepe
:ially the ladies, have shown what
:an be done in a short time, when
they come together and work to
gether for one cause.
House For Rent.
Large house, big yard, ce
ment walk, apply to
A. G. GouLAs.
Mr. Jules Godohaux, President
f thte Southwestern Traction and
Power Co., accompanied by Mr.
Alphonse Davis and Mr. Miller,
the attorney of the Company, were
here this week to consult out peo.
pie in regard to the building of
the electric railway to St. Martin
rile. With few ezeeptions, the
people of St. Martinville want this
Railroad and when Mr. Godchaux
return here in a few days, we feel
confident that we can come to
oome ooholusion that will give us
this railroad in a short time.
Notice To Farmers.
Parties having Pumpkin Yams,
queen of the South Potatoes, Corn
>r other farm products for sale,
see Paul E. Switzer at Messenger
ffice or R J. Gary Co Store.
Attention To Eye Sufferers
. I am prepared to fit you any kind of
Glasses at half the price charged you
in the city. I guaranty to fit or re
fund the money.
4"I have a complete Testing outfit and
a complete assorting pf frames and
Sltenses. Prices from $J00 up..
F Frank F Fotl.
- BrIdge et
Kind words do not cost much.
They are quickly spoken. They
do not blister the tongue that
otters them. They never have to
be repented of. They do not keep
os awake till midnight. It is
easier to scatter them. And oh,
how much good they may do !
They do good to the person from
whose lips they fall. Soft words
will soften the soul. They will
smoothe down the rough places of
our natures. Care to say kindly
things will drill our natures in
kindness. It will help pull up all
the roots of passion. It will give
us a spirit of self control. It will
make the conscience delicate and
the disposition gentle. A woman
cannot make a habit of speaking
kind words without augmenting
her own gracious temper. But
better will be their influence upon
others. It cold words freeze peo.
pie, and hot 'words soorhb them,
and bitter words madden them, so
will kind words teproduoe them.
selves and soothe and quiet and
comfort the hearer. They make
all the better elements of one's
nature come trooping to the our
asee. They melt our stubbornness.
They arouse an appreoiation of
better things. Let us say the
kindly word. No one can tell how
many burdened hearts may be re
lieved, hcw many discouraged
souls may be inspired. Try it
every day; to the one who disturbs
you while you are busy, asking
for work; to the one who has al
most lost hope, to all. Bemem.
ber, kind words can never die.
Secred Heart Review.
It Raily Do elisne lamUtm
Everybody who is samicted with Rheu
matism in any form shbould by al means
keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment ea
band. The minute you feel pain or msre
nea in a joint or musele, bathe it with
Sloes's Liniment. Do not rub it. Sbean's
penetrates almost immediately right to
the esat of pain, relieving the hot, ten
der. swollen feeling and make the part
easy and comfortable. Get a bottle of
Slum's Liniment for 9S emnte eo any
druglist and have it in the bose-
agaiset Colds. bore, and Swollen Joints.
Laumbago, laUca and like ailments.
Your money back it not satiseld, bet it
does give almost instant relleL. Bay a
bottle to-day.
The Sisters of Meroy wish to
thank the many kind friends who
aided in making the Euchre for
their benefit a. grand success.

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