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The Ist day of August was the grandest day we ever
had, and our energy and push was the cause of every
one having a pleasant time. Remember that we con
tinue to carry the largest and finest Grocery Stock of
any house in town.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
Saturday, August 4, 1900.
J. I. IANE.DFIL, WV. II. MONTGOMERY
F. X. ItANSDELL. Notary I'ublie
- uIsurance Agest.
Attorneys at Law
--A N D0
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WVILL PRACTICE IN TlHE COURTS OF
EAST CAtIUoLL, VEST CARROLL AND
)MAIsIe(N PARISIIES, AND THIE STATE
Clifton F. Davis,
:®eal Esatate t.t.,
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISIIED A COMPLETE
AfI TIA(CT OF ALL TIIE LANDS IN EAST
CAIIa)i.L., I AM PIEPARED TO FURNISII
ABITACTS OF TITLES ON SHoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
STENOG(RAPII ER AND NOTARY PUBLIC
W. 1). BELL, W. B. PIERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
Our office is located in the office, for.
mIa.ly ,cu'ttllied by lion. C. S. Wyly.
Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
The successful business man believes I
August the 4th. The summer is s
fast passing away.
A drove of drummers struck town y
The river commenced to rise last t
week and is still on the rise.
The City Council met on Thursday
evening. Proceedings next week.
The Police.lury met on T'uesday and
transacted a great deal of business.
The Epwnrth League meets every
Sunday evening at the Methodist t
A protracted meeting bas been go
lug on at the Methodist Church during
For several weeks we have bhad no
packet from New Orleans. Now we
Bud Stein, a first class traveling
manil, has been . mingling with his
fricuds this week.
Sig P. Woolf, merchaut and plauter I
at Goodrich's, was a pleasant viitor
to town on Sunday last. tI
Services at the Episcopal Church to I
morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
8 o'clock in the evening.
After remainiug with his wife and
baby for a few days, Mr. Will Reid re
turned to McComb City on Monday.
This is the sickly season and every
out should see that their premises are
kept clean and plenty of disinfectants
We were glad to see Mr. R. J. Bur
ney able to be out on the streets
Tuesday, after k long spell of sick
Miss Joe May Egelly left last Satur
day for Memphis, where she will visit
friends near that city for several
Mr. T. W. Jay, member of the Police
Jury from the fifth ward, was in at- a
tendance at the Police Jury meeting I
The carpenters who are erecting the
cottage on 'the corner of First anud
.lood streets, show that they are firt
Albert Taylor and Bodie Keene,
one a chicken raiser and the other a I
cotton raiser, of tle second ward,spent t
last Sunday in town.
The fire cisterns may be put in a
condition to hold water, and then C
agant they may not. Such an import- a
ant matter should not be pit off. L
P'rccnt ticket 3993 at Levy's and c
get tlhe rocking chair. If tilis ticket
is not I)rtoeutcd by uert Thursday,
another drawing will take place.
A criminal term of the 9th Judicial a
District court will convene on Mon- e
day Iext. The grand and petit jurors
should be on hand bright and early.
The plasterers flenhed up the 1tam
ley briek building on the north side of
Lake street this week. The building
will'uow be completed in a shabort time E
Sealed proposals will be received by
CapLt. Chas. L. Potter at Momphis until
Aug. 15th, for levee construction; in- P
volviug about 2,361,000 cubic yards of lI
Mr. Charley Beard, the handsome
clerr down at Hleonderson, same up v
SBSunday and spent two or three days
with his family. Charley iL always a P
welcome vlsilt6r. .
If the person who lost the top part IP
of the handle of their paiasol will all
at the Banner-Democrat, they can get
ame. It is a gold llied top with a
emall picture in the center. -
Mr. Allen Webb, ao old time resi
denser of Provideuce, was in town on
Tuesday and Wednesday abakingt
bands with old frieuds. Mr. Webb
sow resides in the upper part of West f
Mr. B F. Brownt received the con- II
tract to build the school room. He is
under contract to have it completed
by the Is, of Sepleteber. If he ex
pecls to have it flniisled by this time, l
She sbulthibe at it, -
"~ ~ I.·•":',... ":-,j::
ITo cure a cold in one day take
laxative Bro Quinine. All druggists
refund the monoey if it fails to cure
25cts. E. W. Groves signature is on
each box. Sold at G uenard's drug
Maguire & Schneider, the progres
sive and pushing grocery house of
Providence, have an attractively ar
ranged show window of nothing but
hardware. It shows up well, and
there is no use in sending off for any
thing until you inquire at Maguire &
The many friends of Miss Mary
Decker are delighted to see her home
again. Miss Mary has been teaching
at St. Vincent's Academy of Shreve
port for sometime and expected to re
main during the summer. She decided
to return and spend the vacation with
her sister, Mrs. C. 8. Wyly. The Ban
ner-Democrat force are glad to see her.
Two or three New Orleans drum.
mere were in town this week. Since
the resumption of the Bends', packet
New Orleans wholesale houses should
try and get back part of the trade
they have lost by their old time meth
ods. There is no reason why this
should not be done, if these merchants
will only hustle by liberal advertising.
The Ladies' Home Journal for
August is one of the prettiest yet
issued by its publishers. It is full of
reading matter that is interesting to
home. Every one should be a sub
scriber to this popular monthly maga
zine. Send one dollar for a yearly
subscription or call at Guenard's
news stand, where you will al ways find
The specitication for the big levee to
be built from Illawara to Salem is
now ready and the eootract will soon
be let for its construction by Cbas. L.
Potter, Captain, Corps of Engineers,
at the office in Memphis. This levee s
will be one of the largest built in t
years, and there will be lively bidding
by levee contractors for its construc
Rev. Mr. Boberg received a letter
this week from Rev. Mr. Slack inform.
lug him that it would be impossible
for him.to visit Providence on Sunday
next as announced, and that he regret- r
ted it very much, but circumstances
were such that he could not possibly s
eome at the present time. Sometime
later he hopes to be able to visit East a
If the weather for the month of
August turns but propitious for the
crops and everything .is perfect, a
great change for the better can take
place. We hope to see just the kind ol t
weather this month which, if the plan- t
ters had the power, they would spec.
ially order for the occasion. Good I
weather is very much needed, if any
thing like a crop is to be made.
We were glad to learn through
Representative Amacker, that the son
of Mr. A. M. Nelson, of Benbam, had,
been appointed to the free scholarship t
at Tulane University of New Orleans,
one of the finuest schools in the south. a
We congratulate the young man upon
his good luck, and do not bqlieve that r
the scholarship could have been be. P
stowed upon a more worthy boy.
There are sixty landings between p
Vicksburg and Greenville, and there ,
are very few trips that the Belle of the ,
Bends does not make every landing.,
Often she has to go for a mile or two
up a chute to put off one block of ice
or a small package, which consumes a•
great deal of time. The Belle is a fsast b
and comfortable boat, and makes her v
three trips a week without any
The membera of the Episcopal
Church are golIng to ptrchase a me
morial to the memory of the late Rev.
L. Guoerinu, beloved pastor of the Epis- P
copal Church. We understand that
$26.00 will be raled and two hand- a
some vases will be purchased for the '
altar. The ladies have already order
ed a beautiful eemorial cross, which
will be placed in the church to the b
memory of the late Bslahop Galleher.
Mr. Fousse will soon put aIn a scety
lene plant in the residences of Mr. J.
E. Ranadell, Dr. F. R. Bernard and
Mr. Frank Byerley. The light is very
pretty, and where the plant is proper- a
lyattended to orgivu eonly half the
attentiou they should recelvef these a
machines have given satisfaction.
When the machine and lights are not
properly looked after, as they are in
some places Iu town, how can they
The beat persoription for chill
Groves Tasteless Chili Tonic. No cure
no pay. For sale at Guenard's drug
The Banner-Demnocrat extends its ,
sympathy to eour eeteeni - yerg'
friend, Vr. Charley Hope, whohatd ;e.
utisfortne tos lose ioe hitl hera ~,lw4
it Ml in'da'e Beatld. la
Incurable lady. l p*if
sesl wntere sq readIetlosofraedpe·t
We publish below a letter written to
Mr. Geo. F. Blackburn, clerk of the
court, by a love-sick colored Othello,
of the second ward, concerning a cer
tain colored Desdemona, whose charms
have evidently so infatuated him, that
he has gone hog wild in love with her.
Unfortunately, however, Desdemons
is married to another nigger fellow,
and there all the trouble hangs. It
seems that they want to marry each
other, and Mr. Blackburn's advice is
sought in the dilemma. The matri
monial chain that binds one nigger to
another is not always very strong, and
they have very loose notions of conju
gal fidelity. In the present instance
we fear that Othello and Desdemona
will have to forego their love until the
other fellow, the husband. pegs out, or
gits 'ligion, takes on wings and soars
to heaven without dying.
"Fond maid! the sorrow of her soul was
E'en reason sunk blighted beneath its
Here is the letter to Mr. Blackburn:
Illawara, P. O. Wilton Plant. La.
Mr. Geo. Blackman
the Clark of the Coat a few words of
instructions pleasa grant me. First if
a man wants a woman and she is got a
living husband and dont want her hus
ban is it law that the man can git her
tell me which way a man can git- her
Mr Blackman i have coated a woman
and her husban want posesion and i
did not as her did she have a husban
and now he has retide and wants her
she dont want him and wants me and
I have agreed to marry her and i wants
her But i wants to a Bide By the law
as ni as possibly which i know it is
yor dauty to give me the law instruct
ions and now she has made a marride
Contract with me and i with her and
her husband has come and puedest it
and she say she dont want him and
prove it By not uotises him. i has
been marride but my wife is did died
April the 2 1900 with Black measil
and i marride her the year off Nov the
24 the 1898. Now please tell me what
shell Be my Reward towords gitting
Very truly yours,
Illawara, Po. La.. care Wilton Plant.
The steamer Julia passed up yester
day on her first trip out from New
Orleans. The Julia bhas entered the
New Orleans and Bends trade and will
remain until the let of September,
when she will be replaced by the swift
steamer Dewey, who will make regu
lar weekly trips between New Orleans
and the bends. The Julia will go back
into the Memphis trade this fall,
where Capt. Cummins has built up a
large business. The two Captain
Cummins, father and son, are so well
known throughout this section, that it
is useless to say any more about them
than has been said, and we know that
they will make as many friends along
the river between here and New Or
leans as they have made in the Mem- a
There are several colored eating
houses in town, but there is one in
particular, opened up only a short
time ago at the corner of Lake and
Sparrow streets, that should be looked
alter by the marshal. The woman
who runs this place throws her slope
right at the door, where ladies are
passing at all times during the day, C
and it is not very pleasant to have to
get whiffs that smell worse than a
pig-style, and have to dodge swarms
of flies. We don't understand why
such things are allowed to go un.
Mr. George Ashbbridge, our popular
groceryman, who took in the Masonic t
barbecue at Eudora, Ark,, last week,
wishes us to thank the citizens of I
Grand Lake2 and especially Mr. Peter
Ford aud wife, for'the many kindnesss t
shown to the Providence people and
especially to himself, while there.
Mr. Ashbridge informed us that his'
party received many courtesies at the I
hands of Mr. and Mrs. Ford,that they
appreciate very much and shall not
For chills and malarial fever, tsake
Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic. lvery
bottle positively guaranteed. Sold at
Guenard's drug store
We call the attention of oar readers 1
to the advertisement in another col
umn of W. 8. Ashferd & Co., cotton
factors of Memphis, Ten., who make
a specialty of long staple and Bender
cotton. W. 8. Ashford & Co., a
long established hones and ene of the
most piominen( in Memphbls, sand any
cotton shipped them will reeioevespec-.
ial attention. Metmphis lea good cot
ton market, and yeo might benetit
yourself Uby seodlng them your cotton.
In accordance with-instractions from
Pro. J. B. Aswell, State Instate Instruct
or esP~dy 8nuimuPl~s mi celsee
*.;.. · .,o, q
"Josiah and 1 Go a-Visltiu'" Is the
title of Josiah Allen's Wife's new
humorous serial which is begun in the
Midsummer Story Number (August)
of The Ladies' Home Journal. There
are also four short stories-"Cather
ine of Arrogance," "Grandmother
Winslow's Precious Plates," "From a
Far Country," "The Story of a Song,"
-and the conclusion of Julia Msgru
der's serial, "The Voice in the Ohoir."
"College Girls' Larks and Pranks" re
flects the wit and shows the love of
fun of the Ambrican girl. There is
also a group of stories full of interest
and mystery about "The Hqpnted
House of New England," and others
in quite the opposite vein are related
by Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady in
describing his experiences as "A Mls
siouary in the Great West." "My
Summer with Some Chipmunks"
gives some exceedingly interesting
glimpses of the coy, brown-coated lit
tle rodents. Of interest to every girl
aspiring to a higher education is an
article detailing "flow a Girl Can
Work Her Way Through College," by
a Cornell graduate. Mrs. Burton
Kingslaud writes on "Conversation
and Good Form in Public Places," and
Mrs. S. T. Rorer explains "Why I am
Opposed to Pies." The August Jouro
al takes its readers on another page of
the pictorial journey "Through Pictur
esque America," gives some views of
"An Entire House on a Single Floor,"
and on the cover presents Howard
Chandler Christy's "American Girl in
Society." "Golden Poppies," a waltz
by B. H. Jausseu," is sure to find
abundant favor with music lovers.
The departments are as varied and
complete as usual, and the pictorial
features numerous and of command.
ing excellence. By The Curtis Pub
lishing Company, Philadelphia. One
dollar a year; ten cents a copy.
On Thursday night of last weel
Miss Eva Davis gave a very delightful
party at the botne of Miss Beuella
Brown in honor of her guest, Miss
Gussie Fauut Le Roy, of Opelousas.
Misses Davis and Brown proved them
selves adepts in the art of entertain
iug, for all present expressed them
selves as being highly pleased. Miss
Faunt Le Roy gave a splendid recita
tion, which was warmly applauded.
One of the chief features of the even
ing was the trial of Mr. Alex Hill, who
was charged with "sending his love,
by Miss Lou Ellen Brown, to every
member of the Young Ladies' Club."
According to the laws of this club,
Mr. Hill committed a grave crime, and
he was very unceremoniously arrested
by Deputy Sheriff Boberg and
brought before Judge E D. Guenard
for trial. The prosecuting attorney
was Mr. E. Wayles Browne, while Mr.
.Hill was defended by Major Kennedy.
The jury consisted of Misses Mabry
B.ases, Stella Saint, Edna Pilcher, Katie
Kennedy, Carrie White, Gussie. Fauut
Le Roy and Emma Bell, Major Ken
nedy made a strong fight for the ac
cused, but the evidence against him
was very incriminating, and Judge
Guenard instructed the jury to find
Mr. Hlill guilty. As the crime was a
serious one, the Judge sentenced Mr.
Hill to be kissed by seven old maids,
for seven days, seven times a day,
which punishment we consider worse
tbhau the seven years' itch. We have
not heard yet whether Mr. Hill has
undergone his puniehment; at any rate
he will be careful hereafter to seud his
love to the members of the Young
Ladies' Club, separately, and not to the
The hot tomolly man, a balf-breed
Mexican, who came to Providence a
month or so ago, selling "hot tomol
lys," and who was drunk all the time
and very quarrelsome, was fined by
Mayor Franklin and put in jail.
While in jail word came to sheriff
Dunn from Arkansas to arrest him, as
it was thought he was an escaped mur- a
derer tfeom Texas. The authorities a
came for him and took him to Lake
Village, and after remaining iu jail for
a few weeks he was turned out. 'No
sooner than be was let out he made his cI
way back to Providence, arriving last
Friday on the Delta. Such a looking
individual as this man was not wanted
any longer in our town, and a few of
the citizens got together to make him
"pull his freight," but he must have "
gotteu wind of what was going to be g
done and he left without waiting for y
the consequences. He couldn't be
found, and we suppose it is a good
thing for his hide that he skipped. He
was a tough looking customer, and he
looked like he would do almost ti
any crime. The town ls well rid of
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of Tulanue Uni-I L
versity published in this issue. The ,
advantages offered by the University E
for real college work in letters and in a
science are of a superior character. a
Under the able direction of President a
Alderman assisted by a zealous faculty, c
with large and well equipped labora- c
tories and wo'rkshops, with new anod
approved apparatus, fine buildiogs a~d g
jample grounds, the Tulaoe University
of Louisiana is making an honorable
recoord and has prospects ofstill great- d
er uefulness for the future. In the
eleetion of Dr. Alderman to sueedda
the late Colonel William Pre'ston
Johnston, ae Preideont of the Uni'
versity, the Administrators have made
a wse aid apular choioe. Preident
Alderman brings to his now oslce-a
large experelc in UtDvoroity work,
ievieg beern reIl abmtfleti Uelverei
$iw%'4dtl.uramtigve 2M '
A. A P IR
We are offerir a lot of
--Black apd Tap Oxfords-
THAT WERE MAMrPNACTUR&D TO SELL AT
$2.00 & $2.50.
These SHOES are made of GOOD 5IATELIAL
soft, flexible, neat in appearace and good
wearers. They run in sizes from 1 to 4, in
C and ID widths. Our reason for selling these
shoes at such a low figure, is because the toes
are not quite as wide as the present style
&° ,SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW-"
W. N. WHITE, Agt.
B UEL SPINNERS,
SASE BA LLS,
BASE BALL BATS,
-- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street, - Lake Providence, La.
---) DEALER IN(
Dry .Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Tlunks, Valhses, Clocks, &o.
A Pretly Line of Summer Goods,
Ladies' Shirt Waists, Skirts and HIats.
Dir'Givf me a call anl I will endeavor to please you.
Geo. W. McKee,
_iho Old 1 iEeliable GCrocery "Elourse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~ds 6fFahay Famrilv Grreeies
WVe invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Your pick of straw bats on our
counter at 15cts. J. 8. Millikln.
Men'sand Boy's Clothing.
Good character in both goods and
methods, coupled with the public's
implicit confidenouce--has made this a
great clothing store. A store full of
MIDSUMMER Novelties for Man or
Money backl f not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
The St. Louis Button Co., of St
Louis, Mo., manufacturers of photo
and campaign buttons, has sent the
Banner-Democrat samples of their
work, in shape of three sizes of Bryan
and Stevenson buttons. They are
neatly gotten up. They are sold
cheap, knd every one should show his
colors by wearing a button. Send for
price lists, and make a good profit by
selling buttons. "
Mr. and-Mrs. Jim Donorva, of the
igck country, were in the city Tues
day. Mr. Donovan sayb that the back
country is the gardeb spot of the par
ish, but the crops this year are far
from g4od, on account of the continau
ed rains. * * -
The colored pen.T . re working
hard to establish heir school near
Lake ProwliRence, and we hope that
they wilPbe *ucccesful. They should
be encorastid ii, every. way possible
in their undertaking. They are work.
ing hard and deserve success.
Mr. Sils Witkoweki has bees
bael a week now from his trip to
owan~S pringt, Mist, where be
eaut t tie bealt h. Wfe itt glad to
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ii -~1?· -:·
Mrs. Leola W.Nixon and son, Master
Laurence, left yesterday morning for
Grand Bay, Ala., where they will visit
Mr. Nixon's parents. From there they
will go to Lake Providense, La., where
Mrs. Nixon's parents live. They will
return home about Sept. 1.-Crowley
Mirror, July 28.
Sunday School every Sunday at 9.
Preaching, let and 3rd Sunday's of
eacL month, at 11 a. m., and 8:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting every, Wednesday
Epworth rAgue meeting every
Sunday at 6:30 p. m.
H. O. WHITE, Pastor.
To cure a cold in one day, take
Laxative Bro Quinine. All druggists
refund the money if it fails to cure;
26cts. E. W. Groves signature is on
each box. For sale at Guenard's drug
NOTICE--The fine steamer DELTA'
in pLaee of the Lucite Nowland. will
carry passengers to, Memphis "and re
turn for $7.00 Rates from any lnd
ing for one fare and $1 added for round
trip. A tine string band will be on
board all during, the summer.
V. M. PURDY & SON, Agts.
J. M. KENNPEDY,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACT.ICE IN
ALL THE COURTS.
Strayed or t tolen.
On Saturday night. Jane 80, 1900, frmnw
• Sodler's Rest," near Lake Provldence, a
gray mare, about 1434 iands high, wh1t
mouth, sear acroses ose, smal dark spot
right side sad _ear mouth sad branded 3
on left hip. Will py a retra
Lab. rwl 4MeL~
SAM. GALANTY, FRED. GALA 1TT.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Prunk.s, Taholoes ,Over althoe.B
- I'Everpthing in our store isnew and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
S. W. SMITH, JR., Prest. J. N. HILL, Vice Prest. J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashle
TheLake Providence Bank,
CAPITAL STOCK, - - $0,000.
Deposits Received from $1 Up.
-- DIRFC ORS 00 .........
S. W. SITH,r JR., J. N. HILL. J. W. TOOKE, JR.. E. J. HAMLEY,
PHIL McGUIRE, J. E. REYNOLDS, J. C. PITTMAN.
RECEIVES DEPOSITS SUBrJTCT TO -CfMEO,7 BUTY AND SELLS
EXCHANGE, LOANDS MONEY AND TRAN8ACTp9' A GENERAL
ia Bank opens at 9 a. mn. and closes at 4 p. m.
R. J. BURNE Y & CO., l
emrnard Building, Lake greet, Lake Providenoe, La.
- Dealers ia---
Dry Goods,. Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
ilveryttiýn3g for Ladie.s,
lveryethinag for CGentlemen
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
IE'°We are here to stay, and by fair and honest <\ealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Giveus a call.
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor, V
PHIL IM CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Levy's Big Clothing Mtore,
...LAKE and L.EVEE STREETS...
i Lake Povwidenoe, : L.ouislana,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choloeest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, 0 gars and To
baoco. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Mamp ia Cllub,
pure Rye; L T. Hippey, exa ortel and reimported; J. E. Pepper,
hand-made sour mash Bourbon; Jockey Clab, hand-made sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Beechwood, pure Rye.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H. 4
MoBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jags, im
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most select
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No r
4 ira charge for jugs.
THIE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
_ J. S. .UENNARD, PROPRaTOR
a-.loe Street. La'Ie Prov'~ienoce. La.
Drugg, fedikineg, Ghemical$, fdtent fedieinct.
-arries a full lir~e of Pairts, Oils, Ifarrisics,
J Brusles, Woliet Boaps, PerbtZrqery, Books, line
Statioxnery ar~d Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
.. ROBER" ERNST,
Jewelry and'Piano House, .
Largest Stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks & Silverware
IN 'THE STATE.
Agent for the celebrated, Sohmer & Co's. Ckowp, Waldoof, Lakeside a d
Schiller Pianos. Write for circulars.
fine Watoh epat~rig a Spgoialty.
Cor. Washington & Crawford St. VICKSBURG, MISS
Jte Read5 Th1nnnoweu
. ... . and i$
\ , a Lact equally Wratrylag
SoJe ( Company' "
• .8i9 fample Book
that msake him the cynosure of eir adxalring d
a an early selection.o ~OS C0oMPANY
of Chicago, are the best Custonr ailor in the
cotmtry and he knows it. These big Tailors
get the cream of the trade In every town where
there are good dressers because ther show
nothing bu the ehiest slection of Fabrics
Their garments are popular because theyput the
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