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Wz are just in receipt of another large shipment of
FINE GROCERIES, Banner Hams, Postel's Elegant:
Flour. Our line of Groceries is the largest in town,
and our prices the cheapest, for the reason that we
do the most extensive business in the Grocery line.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER,
Saturday, January 5, 1901.
J. E. ITANbDKI.L, W. U. ~1ONTGOMERY
1'. X. ,ANIDELL. Notary fI'ublic
- linsurantce Agent.
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WVII.L Pt.R'(' TICE IN THE COURTS OF
EAS~T ('AR:OLL. W'EST CARROLL AND
MAIn.ON PIARISIHES, AND THE STATE
U i'i,; E Cot U RT.
Clifton F. Davis,
I1.al E3- tateo ..a-t.,
L ake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISIIED A COMPLETE
AIITRA('T ()OF ALL IITE LANDS IN EAST
.ARiHOI L, I AM P'REP'AREi) TO FURINISIH
AUSTACTS OF TITLES ON SlitolT NOTICE, I
E. WAYLES BROWNE.
STENOGiRAI'HER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. ). Hi'rfi, W. B. PIERCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our oilice is i anted' in the oflice for.
mally occnpi;d hb) 1on. C. S. Wyly. I
Dr. Pierce's residence. l'he Egelly I
Local and Parish News.
Be sure and write it 1901. n
We have started in on the twentieth a
See the Police Jury proceedings in
See Lehnmann for fish and oysters.
They are kept oa ice.
The (city Council met on Thursday n
evening. Proceedings next week.
See Mag'ilre & Schneider for hard- ft
ware. They keep a complete stock.
Rev Mr. Boberg will hold service tll
the secoid ward to-mnorrow evening. 1I
The ladies of the Episcopal Church a'
cleared $56.00 on their New Year din- It
The Lucile Nowland made the trip
this week it, place of the steamer pt
The Epworth League meets every Is
Sunday evenlug at the Methodist
The Police Jury held a meeting on
Friday, and fixed the wbisky license It
at $250 for 1901. re
Dr. 1)UiBose Powell. dentist, will be
in Providence ,only one week longer.
Call on him itrnmediately. M
There were few chgnges of business ni
and not a failure to take place in Provi- Io
deuce at the close of 1900
Miss Fannie Keene, of the secotid
ward, we regret to report, has been
quite sick during the week.
Services at the Episcopal Church to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at GI
7:30 o'clock in the eening.
Wyly Bankers, a negro living in the
upper part of Bunch's Bend died Wi~ith
small pox on Tuesday last. co
Max Le y is carr% ing a large stock li
of winter elotht,,. Hiia goods are sIt
right and lii. prices are right.
I)octore Bell and Pierce have moved
their otllice froti the ilandell building n
to the new oflice of D)octor Bell. lo1
If a Umal cannot keep dPcorIIum In re
the aoeietanti's room at the public tie
school, a womAt ccrtainly caninot.
Mrs. J. N Turner left lage Saturdav
for l)eSoto, Mo.. where she will spend da
a monlth with her mother and sisters. a
A couple of sign painters struck da
town this week, who have been doingi t
sonme nice lettering on show windows.
We regret to learn that Lucy, the
sweet little daugh'er ol1 Capteait and
Mrs. I N. lRea, has been sick thl,, u
The IRed Siapper and the other an
brands o1 whisky kept by Geo. Mc
Kee, has made his house popular with
every ontie. foi
See h'bite for first class made to hb
order cloth.s. Yotur measure is taken, fti
and the goods selected by you, and is M
Mr, and Mrs. Sam Galanty are now
occupying the nice little cottage on
First street, opposite the residence ot
Mrs. Taylor. let
Millikin is just in receipt of a large Sc
shipment of dry goods, dine dress
gootis for ladies, fine hoes and llmany si)
Services will be held at the Catholic let
Church to-morrow tiorniiing at halt ni
past ten antd it the eveniiing at half past lb
four o'clock. b
Galanty Ilro., are lilling lup with ttew
goods cnaused by tile hea; y ltrade oft the
bolidays. T'hey are first clases men asid w'
will treat you right. ke
Mr. Ernest Moore, who has been '
with Mr. W. N. VWhite ,for a long time,
is now behitid the counters at Milli
kin's dry goods store. be
Sheriff I)unn gives notice in this rt
issue Ito nou-resldeits alud unknown
owners of properiy that their taxes to
are now due. See notice.
Miss May Beard returned trot
Vicksbtrg last Situnday night otn the
Deltlafter a pleasait visIt of a few -'
days Ith frled ints that city. 1e
Sevik g bar a o a Cafa g
bar iu9 t $kstea fliaa 4
ebauce of beintg ptmt.d oil on accoutt to
of a falling river. lot
' uo cute a cold hi one day take
11I,axative Bro QIuitie. All druggists
refund the tnotrey if it tril, to cur,
26ets. E. W. Groves signature is on
each box. Sold at Guenard's drug
Rev. H. O. Whits andl family left
last Monday for Arcadia, La, where
Ai r. WVite will be stationed during the
ear. 'I he reverend gentrleman and
his eatiniable fnmily take with thein
thle love and esteem of our entire comn
Dr. F. R. Blernard has vaccinated a
large lntrrtber of people this week. It
is well for all persons to get vw'eila
ted; you do not iknow who ypo are
liinle to run up against. Call at the
otlice of I)r. Bernard and have it done
Mr. J. W. jittsnan'a home is about
completed, and in the next ten da s he
will move into it. The rooms are
very large with high ceilittg and plenty
of venltilation. The roomis aur+ beauti
fully papered, and be will have one of
the prettiest homes in town.
Mr. Jack Pinikstuo, who has been at
Bell's landing a long time, has given
up his position and has accepted one
with the big firm of Constant, Betnja
umi & Co., of the second ward. Jack
is a first class fellow, and we wish hitm
'.good luck in his new positiou.
Mr. W. S. Brown received a letter
oit Mouday, informing bim of the said
news that his brother had met with an
accident near New Ibtheria last week
that caused his death on Friday. Mr.
Brown has the sincere sympathy of the
Banner-Democrat in the death of his
\Vhile on our way up front Vicks
burg last Sunday on thie steamer Delta
we could not help but noti,:e the large
number of colored people congregated
at the laudings with their plunder itn
Madison parish and in Mississippi,
leaving for our parish and the upper
part of Mississippi.
Mrs. Jas. Donovan held the lucky
number, 2589 and Mrs. Jessie Bracie
::umber 1785, each a itnuitg a beauti.
ful chair, that Mr. Max Levy had put
up to be drawn for on Christrnas day.
Both ladies live in the back country,
and we cotngralulate them on holding
the lucky uumbers.
Mr,. A. M. Ashhritdge, mother of our
poIpular young merchant, Mr. George
Ashbridge, is having built on her
Island property a two story residence,
and when completed, will ie a com
fortable and nice home. We are told
that It will be madtle otn the style of the
residence of Mr. N. Fousse.
Pecan Grove Lodge No. 50, F. & A.
M., held a large meetlug on Thursday
night of last week, and elected the fol
lowing orticers to serve for the present
year: J. C. Bass, W'. MI; R. L. [llt, S.
W ; D. F. Peck, J. W.; J. S. Millikin, S. c
D ; Yauce) Bell, J. D.; W. A. Blountt,
Ty;er; C. R. Egelly, Seeretary; Phil Mc.
Col. W. H. Benjalitin, of the second
ward, has just had placed in the Epis
copal Church to the memrory of his
wife, a beautifnl brass altar desk and
altar service book. The inscription
on the desk is the fllowitg: "Int a
mlemory of (ecelia C. Benjamin, be- .
loved wife aud mother, entered into
rest October 29, 1900. Blessed are the r
dead that die in the Lord." i
Mr. W. 11. Fiaher informed us a few
days ago that be intenuded opening up
a first class furniture store at an early
day and handle furniture exclusively.
lie says that he will keep a large andt
well satlected stock always on- hand. F
We do not know of a muan better
suited for the isineses tha V Will e
Fishber, who understands it thorooghly,
atd who wotltd make it a snccess.
Mrs J. O. Murphy left on Thursday
for lMontevella, Ala., where we learn
the good ladv intends to reside it the
future, having leaedl her plaiitatIon to
Mr. VW.K. Spurlohk. We wish Mrs.
Mlurphy gootl tuck it. her new botse.
George Long, a ttice moral young
btoy, who has becostayiug in the con- I
fectiontery store of Mr. Ilamillton, has i
accepted a position at White's big dry s
gulds st0re. \We wibsh the young man t
We are iuformed that the big Salem
levee will be completed on the tirst of
textl trtorth, or tot later than the mid. !
die of tlte montmh. 'This speaks well for a
the cutraretor, Mr. llbt. Nicholeou. L
Trade in town contiunies good. It
was bthoughtt y unany of our store
keepLers that after the holidays bus
te-s would drop offto a considerable
Cextent, but it continues to keep up.
Thoi)o places of tu.iuness tbh(t h'savei
beei carryiug pistols and pistol arti a
ridges for sale, will do, well to rememn
Iter that there is now a license iumposed
for the sale of these articles.
It is tmrsage'bswwrsm pereoe w~tI i
ptsrgft beetnev ad twhemsb m 1
t isneae they do11tmp.,y to sate a i
jaslale, more or is'* e iWe lg way, o
licenie to se pal4 by thiti.
to see himt entirely recovered Irom his i
lug spell of rcumwata~s. (
$ 100,000 to Loan on
We have 1100,000 to loan on cotton
consigned to us, at the rate of 8 per
cent. per annum. Being believers in
e higher prices, we are willing to make
loans witliin 20 per cent of the actual
value of cotton at time of delivery, and
'I old your cotton until ordered to dis
0pose of same Our charges for storing
and ~e-lling will be as reasonable as
> could be asked for, and you can feel
assured our sales will more than equal
- any made in New Orleans. Memphis
e or Vicksburg. We solicit a trial ship
Smetnt. Call on our representative. Mr.
Sol Cohen, at the Lake Providence
Bank, who will be pleased to make
t you advances and give you any infor
mation you nty wish.
THE WALDAUER CO.
The building occupied by Mr. E. J.
Hamley as an offtice, is now being fit
ted up for a store. We learn that
Me-,rs. Orlando IIamlllton, one of the
most popular young business men of
our town, and Mr. S. B Kennedy, who
stands high in our community, will
formt a co-partnership and carry on a
dry goods and notion store. They ex
pect to open up, for business in the
next few weeks.
Congressman Jos. E Ransdell re
turned Sunday direct from Washing
toll, andf will remaiu here for a few
days looking alter his extensive inter
ests. His many friends were glad to
Jie him looking well and enjoying ex
cellenut health. The papers continue
to endorse himn for the position on the
river and harbors coummittee soon to
be made vacant by the retirement of
Providence Lodge No. 28, Knights
of Pythias, elected the following offi
cers for 1901, at their meeting held last
Thursday evening: T.J. Powell, C.C.;
W. S. Maguire, V. C.; G. M. Franklin,
M. of W.;'T. F. 'Montgomery. Prelate,
Dr. F. R. Bernard. M. of E.; W. H.
Fisher, M. of F ; Jas. Beard, K. of U.
and S ; W. T. Powell, M. at A ; J. N.
Turner, I. G.; S. ýalauty, O. G.;
J. M. Kennedy, i)r. W. E. Long
and James Beard, Trustees; T. F.
Montgomery, Representative to Grand
Lodge; T. J Powell, Alternate.
J. S. Millikin will ic
cive iFeb'liiary 1st-- i
Planting Potatoes. c
The persons who failed to pay their
poll tax, and who are now cut off from
participating in any election for two
years hence, are going to kick them
selves all over the very first election
that takes place. They will have no one
to blame but themselves. Plenty
of niotice was given, and there. t
is not a voter in the parish who is
can say that they did not know a
that if they did not pay the b
required poll tax of $200 by the 1st un
day of January 1901, that they could t
not participate in any election after tr
that date. o
The steamer Delta on her last trip b
down put off one hundred and eighty
white men at the government works, o
who are now revetting the bank with
rock. If the grading of the bank cat E
be completed there is no doubt that a
it will prevent further caving. The C
work done a few years ago below P
where it is now being carried on,
shows how well the revetting is hold- w
ing out, and that not a break has taken a
place in the long stretch of bank. A C
large number of men are now employ. J
ed, antd with the river at its present C
stage, the work should be succeessfully V
Tom Williams, who stole sheriff c
Dunn's flue cow nearly a year ago and I
sold it to the Crowley stoek farm, was m
caught in Greenville last Monday and m1
brought back Wednesday. Re is now f
in jail, and will spend sometime to
come on the penitentiary farm. t
Another drawing took place at
Levy's on Wednesday, and those hold
ing the following numbers should pre
sent themutot later than next Wedues.
(lay at 10 o'clock: No. 5495 entitled
to a rocking chair, No. 5188 a large
sofa, No. 2099 a small sofa.
We said last week that Mr. Bugh S
McGaire had instituted the suit fl
against the town, when we should t
have said it was the town that sued
Mr. McGuire for licenses and taxes.
Mr. 4cGuire won the suit, and is hap- c
p' over it.
Mr. Clark Hall, a rustling hustler,
whose equal is hard to find, Is now at
Bell's landing. Clark Ie accommodat- t
ing and is always ready to do s person o
Mr. Phil McGunire turned up last
Monday moaning, after a week spent n
in the Crescent City. We hope to see I
th~'rb iii floC ome ie#t o1
Mertin, Ail~p t OC., cottoo fot- I|
lag higher for it than the market quo- f
" A town or community that wants to
f grow and prosper, must lay aside all
petty jealousiesand pull together. "A
house divided against itself cannot
stand." Ithbe people of our comasi
. ntity will pull together for the advance
ment of our town during the year just
begun, much can be accomplished in
the way of making it grow much
larger than it is to-day. There has
been too much jealonsy-andt it is a
well known fact that where men have
started movements for the benefit of
the town in many ways, others would
try to cry them down-who were
never known to advance a dollar in
improvements or anything else. We
have them-every town has them
and they are a stumbling block to any
community. During the past year
Providence has grown wonderfully,
and there have been many new build
ing erected and new people have come
among u'; and if we pull togethet, at
the end of 1901, we will see more new
buildings and more new people.
it will do well perhaps for our city
council to read the following, which
is a damage suit against a city for de
fective sidewalks. The court holds
,"Municipal corporations owe it to
the public to keep the sidewalks in
such a condition that pedestrians who
are ordinary careful will not be ex
posed to injury. When a muaici
pality, vested with the power of main
taining uniform grades of sidewalks,
permits one proprietor to raise his
sidewalks and lets the grades of the
sidewalks in front of the adjacent
property remain out of grade for more
than a year, and, owing to the raise of
about five inches at the dividing lines
of the two sidewalks (where is a long
shed and no light,) an accident hap
pens, the city is liable for damages oc
casioned to a pedestrian who falls
because of the obstruction and injures
JIeep WIarmn 7Ind
Warner & Sear!es Co., invite inspec
tion of their complete and varied line
of men's and boy,' clothing of all kinds,
stech as is adopted to cold weather.
Their stock is selected with that rare
good judgment derived from long and
intimate experience with the trade and
the needs of the times. Every article
that they sell Is guaranteed, and is
worth just what it is sold for; no more,
nor tno less.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
When the sad news was received
here last Saturday morning by tele
graph that Mr. Cohen had died sud
denly the night before at Greenville.
it cast a sad gloom, over our entire
community. Mr. Cohen came to our
town four or five months ago as a cot-[
ton buyer, and had bought a great
deal of cotton and in all his transact
ion was found honest and boner
able. By his gentlemanly conduct he
mad won the high esteem of every one.
le was liberal and open hearted, and
:ontributed to all worthy objects. Mr.
"oheo intended living here, and bad
nade arrangements to go into the ad
rancing or commission busiuess on an
xtensive scale, and was to have re
urued last Saturday. A good man
tas passed to the unknown beyond.
The parish of East Carroll wants all
he labor that will come to it. There
a not a planter iu our parish that will
sot take all the labor that they can get,
tut they must be industrious. The U
tame of East Carroll is known
broughout the cotton growing die
rict of Mississippi and the parishes of
ur State, and also in Arkansae for the Sol
est place in the south for colored peo- we
le to come to farm. We want more wh
f them to come, and we guarantee t
hem that there is not a planter in his
5ast Carroll that will not give them
tI the assistance necessary to make a citi
rop, or that will not give them em- r
The Greenville Times, beginning T
rith its February 2 issue, will contain
series of articles from the pen of Re
'apt. W. F. Randolph, of Stonewall o I
ackson's Bodyguard, on "The Great Ma
onfederate General and ilis Historic a
ralley Campaign." These articles Lal
till be composed of narratives and in- wit
idents never before published, even wa
a history. Capt. Randolph can give G
rore to history than any other living hot
tan, beeause he ate, slept, drank and roc
ought with Jackson through the en
ire war. The Times has lately been
ularged, and is now one of the best Tb
apers published in Mississippi. To do
o read these iunteresting letters of W.
r• Randolph, lend and get the Times. I
About half of the gang of white t
nen who came down on the Delta last
aturday to work at the government
leet, jumped their job after getting at
bree meals on Sunday. They landed ph
uroke, and left on account of only re
eiving a dollar a day for eight hours
york, which was pretty good wages. de
o great many of them are now loafing
tround town, and we asuggest to the 92
narehal to give them the grand sign
f the hobo brigade and make themon
:ae a sneak. a
The City Council met in regular pe
monthly session ont Thursday evening. ha
Proceedings next week.
Mr. J. . Stteon, living on Erie
plantation, held ticket No. 1746, the of
oIcky atulser; that won the pretty M
ioptg t_ Galaty Bvo., put up, i~
for bides, antd wante all that he qes on
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
YOU WILL FIND AT
A ~RESM AND COMPLETE LINE OF
'itron, Raisens, currents, Almonds, Pecans,
galnuts, Grape Juts, Gracked \~heat.
Our Grocery Line is Complete.
VHO KEEPS THE BEST LIQUORS,
WINES, BEER & ETC.P
'inch andc Ovyter's every Friday
HAMLIEY B1RICK BLEK
W. S. ASHFORD & CO.,
-Office, 366 FRONT STREET,
We make a Specialty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
solicit consignments. I
Greenville Democrat, Dec. 29.
Yesterday evening at 6 o'clock Mr.
Sol Cohen, aged about forty-five years.
well known throughout the Delta
where he has lived for many years,
was mingling with his friends on the
streets of Greenville; before 8 o'clock
his form was lifeless clay.
Mr. Cohen had been a prominent
citizen of Gunnison, Bolivar county,
for many years, was Mayor of the
town and had many friends not only
in Gunnison but thronghout the Delta.
Two years ago last spring he claimed
Miss Hattie Fletcher as his bride and
a bright babe has blessed the union.
Recenutly Mr. and M re. Cohen removed
to Greenville taking rooms with Mrs.
Marks on Poplar street, Mr. Cohen
taking a position with the Waldaur
Co., and spending much of his time at
Lake Providenee, La., but had been
with his family during the week and
was full of life and hope for the future.
Going home last evening about 7
o'clock he spoke to the members of the
household and started to enter his
room when be fell dead.
Dr. F R Bernard was right sick on
Tuesday and had to remain at home.
The Doctor is completely worked
down with his large practice.
Mr. C. H. Maxwell, who has been
with Constant, Benjamin & Co., for
the past year, is now in the store of J.
1. Pittman in the second ward.
Martin, Phillips & Co., cotton factors
and commission merchants of Mem
phis, Tenn., will please aceept our
thauks for a handsome calendar.
Marshal Peck says that the license
derived from the sale of whisky, will
give the town a little less than $1500.
Two or three places pay as high as
A criminal term of court convenes
on Monday, his tlonor, Judge F. X.
Ransdell, presiding. The grand and
petit jurors should be promptly on
Mr. W. C. McRae baa received his
commission as Asessor for the parish
of East Carroll. We congratulate Mr.
;McBae upon receiving the appoint.
The Saturday night -Harrison kI
Ricbardson" toter, a ho happens to
come up before Judge Ratidell, can
expect to be hit by a calibre the size of
a $26.00 bill.
Notice to Unknown Own
era and Non-Residents.
Sheriff and Tax Collectors Office,
Parish of East Carroll.
bake Providence. La., January 4, 1901.
To all unknown owners of Assessed Im
movahle property in the parish of East
Carroll. State of Louisiana.
Take nutice, that the taxes on the follow
ing described immovable property, situated
in the parish of East Carroll. State of Lou
Isiana, must be paid within twenty days
from the publication of this notice, or the
said property will be sold according to law
to pay the saute with all Interest, costs and
Unkuowh owner. R. J. Chambliss
last known owner:
131 acres. Being an undivided half
interest in lot 6 and s w of see. 23
of t 20. n r 11 e, and n e of see 59 of
t 22. n r east.
State tax. $ .78
Parish tax, 1.04
Dist. Levee tax 1.30
Laud tax 6.55
J. W. DUNN,
Sheriff and Tax Collector parish of East
Jany. 5. 1901I4.
F. B. & C. E. DAVIS,
Don't sell your Cotton until you
come to our office and see what it is
worth, and let us make you an offer.
We are experienced in the business.
having worked for several years with
one of the largest cotton houses in
Texas, and for two seasons in New Or
Orders taken for Future
IIOFF[CE in the Ilamlep new
brick building opposite Guenard's
Three Ox teais, wagons and logging oun
Three Gasolioe Boats, cheap.
J. & MeGEHEE,
Nov, 3, im.,
SAM GALANTY FRED. (ALANTY
'S. Lalnty & Bra.,
Dry Goods, Colthing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Truinkis, TTalioes. Over Shoes.
I'tFEverpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVIDEXCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Order.
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as s,,
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
--- TIIE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10c
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20e
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of¶5c per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to till out application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
I R. J. BURNEY & CO., i~I,!
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence, La.
- Dealers in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Everythiang for Lacldlem.
Everythizng for C-entleme n
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
V"We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.j
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M'CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Levy's Big Clothing Stoee,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
Lake Poridence, a Louisiana,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, C gars and To
bacco. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; L T. Rippey, exz ortea and reimported; J. E. Pepper,
hand-made sour mash Bourbcn; Jockey Club, hand-made sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Beeohwood, pure Rye.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
McBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, in
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most seleot
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No ex
tra charge for jugs.
'i1E GUENARD DRUG STORE,
.e J S. G(.IENP RD, mORIaTOR
-E.alo Street. Laa1.e Prcovidcenoe. Isa.
Dr~ug$, ledicineg, Ghemical(, jatent ~fledicine.
Carries a oll line of Pairnts, Oils, Ifarrisbles,
Brhalles, Woliet Soaps, Perrhnrery, Books, Yiroe
Statiorery agid Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
Pho Ol 1cEleliable -rooerT 3uousoe
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
X11 kinds fF`hmy FBatrlily Gse1rieas
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
~large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
,nd secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
~ A8n Qrator Speaks with Qrace
__-__- .. .. _...... only wheln hi,
O lotrhes fit him
0 .~ racefully
SIll at ease in ill-fitting clothes.
. You will never feel that way if
- you wear clothes made by
Sthe best known Chicago Tailort. A suit o
' Overcot made by them will FT YOUR
FRAME. Come in and pick out the goods
yourself from the fnest line of samp you
o ever saw. You will win sure it yo ~e'.u 'r
one of these suits. The Fit and the uality
are there. What more do you want If the
price is right ? We will see to THAT, and
yor will get more satisfaction than you
IF You OOME UARLY
you wfll get a shade the best of it, so 0d
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