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We are just in receipt of another large shipment o
FINE GROCERIES, Banner Hams, Postel's Elegani
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, Jamary 26, 1901.
J. E. ItANI)ELL., IV. H. MONTGOMERY
F. X. ItANSDELI.L. Notary Public
-- Insurance Agent.
Attorneys at Law
_---A N 1)-- a
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
1tlI. PRACTICF. IN TIlE COT-RTS OF
EAST ('CAt,.LL, W'EST CARRol. ANI
MIADISON I'ARISIIE:S, AND TIlE STATI
'-I'iu eIE CO RiT.
Clifton F. Davis,
--Real Estate Ag.t..
La:ke Providencte. La.
HAI1N'I JUST FINISSEDr A COMPI.ETE
A I',WIIACT (of ALL TIlE LANI'S IN EAST
"'ARROIII.L. I AM 'IREPAREID TO FURNISII
AbIsTACTS OF TITLES ON SIltIIT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES PIROWNE.
STENOGRIAI'IIERl AND NOTARY PU'LTC.
'W. 1). hELi,, W. B. PIER('E.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE.
()ur offlice is located in the office for.
niIally occu'pied by Hlon. C. S. Wyly.
l)r. Pierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
Now Is the time to start your gar
"The Famous" is showing a fine line
of nreck wear.
Mr. Caldwell has sold a large num
ber of mules this week.
Fish and oysters received every
week from New Orleans by Lehmanu.
The two gins in towu have about
wound up ginniig for the season.
Ilamley handles sash, doors, blinds
and all kinds of building material.
The Epworth League meets every
Suniday eveuing at the Methodist
Every place in Providence was
closed as tight as Dick's hat band last
There is talk of three or four hand
some residences being erected in the
Even the fruit stands were closed
last Sunday, and no bananu nor apple
could be bought.
The bridges on the Old river bayou
road should he looked after and put
In good coldition.
. Mr. Johnson's cedar polls for his
telegraph line, have not been heard
from in sometime.
Jiudge W. G. Wyly purchased six of
the best mules in the bunch from
Caldwell on Monday.
The steamer Julia put off several
thousand feet of lumber for Mr. E J.
Ilamley last Sunday.
,Rev. Mr. 'Boberg will hold services
at the (hurch in Hunch's Bend next
Sunday at 4 o'clock p. m.
k Services at the Episcopal Church to.
lorrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
':30 o'clock in the evening.
We are glad to see Mr. IHu'gh Mc
Ouire able to be out again, afltr beinlg
-dowi several days with the grip.
Four Sultiday law cases were brought
before the coltrt last week. The filte
nlu each case amounted to $60 50.
There was six concealed weapou
eases at the term of court last week.
Each person was IlIed $2500 altd
There is more witid about the north
and south railroad. It starts up once
or twice a year, ansud dies out coti
Judge F. X Rat.sdell left last 8,t
rdiay evening for Tallilah. where a
crlininal term of court convened on
Mr" and Mrs. Johu Q. lkerd have
onr deepest symnpathliy In the death of
their infant boy, wiho died last Friday
Lehmaniu has received a new lot of
bar fixtures. consistintg of new counter,
new mirror with shelving and new
Services will be held at the Catholcle
Church to-morrow morning at half
past tell a5nd in the evening at half past
The river continues to rise at this
point. There is not much water in
sight and it should be falling iu the
:ext few days.
The statement of the Lake Provi-.
-ence Bank for the quarter enditg
I)ecember 31, 1900, is published iu
Court adjourned last Saturday even
ing, and Ilistrict Attorney D. M.
Evatts, Jr., left for Tallulah Saturday
iight on the Belle.
It will pay the town and parish au
thorities to keep a lookout on people
comiing from Greetviile, where the
small pox in raging.
Galanty Bro. bare a few tnice over
coats left from their large stock that
they will sell beloweost. They don't
want to carry sany over.
Don't overlook the adverteapeat
thea appear in the Banner-DIL)m
Read them every week, ald see ·~lr
your home merehnt are offierlag.
Mr. )Inkwater, who bsa the conntact
foe siuking the artesian well, bmiebee
is -twm thlis week, and protpose
aeart work on the frt of tbhe mOatll. -
STo dire a cold in one day tak
Laxative Bro Quinine. All druggist
reftin. the money if it rails to cur
25cts. E. W. Groves signature is o
each box. Sold at G ueuard's dru;
MRS. R. L. HILL.
After going to press yesterda:
1mornitn, the sad news came, in th
form of a telegram, that Mrs. It L
Ilill died 'lThurcday at Ei. Pss, Tl'exat
As we do not know any of the par
ticulars of her death, we refraiu front
sa.+ing an thing this week. except t4
laeniet her sad departure, and to ex
tend our sincere svnipathy to the be
retled husband and relatives. Ma':
she rest in peace.
A "Ministerial Meeting" takes plac
among the colored people at Header
'son to-day antl to-morrow. They art
R hard workers, antI deserve credit fog
the mannter in which they are striving
to accomplish their purpose in raisin.
money for their. school.
The last grand jury had somethibn
to say about the old delapidated eye
sore of a court house. It is to bt
hoped that the Police Jury at itt
meeting next montoh will not delay tht
matter any longer, but let thecontraci
for the erection ofthe new court house
The magniticent and palatial steamer
Dewey will make a special Mardi Grat
trip, arriving at New Orleans ou
Monday and lay over until Wednesday
evening.' Capt. Cumnmins will hoard
his passengers while in the city, which
will be a great accommodation to them.
On Tuesdas Mr. Clark Mahen left
on the Dewey with Henry Moore, who
goes to the penitentiary for life for
killing Gus Thomas at the Illawara
levee camp a few months ago. This
was the only criminal case tried at the
last term of court.
'Mrs Mary hloward Ardis. her little
son ~Bryan, Miss Lela Taylor and Miss
Stout, who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Susie Taylor, left last Sunday on
the Julia for Vicksburg. Mrs. Ardis
and Miss Lela will remain for a few
weeks visiting relatives before return
J N. Hill & Bro. are showing the
finest kind of footwear. They have a
large trade in shoes and keep a large
and tiue line to select frotm. iMr. Alex
Hlill, who has charge of the store, and
who is one of the best young men in
Providence, will be lpleased to show
you the stock.
The three cases of small pox in our
town last year cost the tax ,payers
*600. Under these conditions, it
seems to us it would pay the authori
ties to see that eases in the parish are
not dumped on the town, when the
town has to foot the whole expense, as
it did last year..
There should be a compjulsory vac
cination at both the while and colored
public schools. It is better to be on
the sale side. The school hoard should
have this done immediately. Vicks
burg is enforcing this rule, and where
the scholar objects to being vaccinated
they are expelled.
The amount in lines imposed by
Judge Ransiell against the Sunday
law breakers and those for carrying
concealed weapons, was heaver at the
term of court just adjourned than im
posed by any Judge ever herlofore.
'Thbe fines amtounted to $466.00, whichi
goes to the school fund, less 30 per
There is now twelve cases of small
pox reported iu the upper part of
Bunch's Bend. It is said that there,
are eo restrictions placed around
those who have it and that it is very
likely t0 spread. The parish authori
ties should take charge of the mttter
before this disease gets a foothold in
other parts of the parish.
Our friend Bud Stein who his been
laid up since last Saturday with the
grip, is out againu.
Mrs. J. W. Tooke, Jr., and her pretty
little girl, left on Wednesday for Arcs
dtia, a., where bshe will remain for a
few weeks visiting her father and
Csidwell reseived a drove of twenty
mules last Sundtay. Mule flesh is go
ig utip daily and it will pay those who
want mules not todelay in purchasting
The perlon who failed to get his
"'perch" last Saturday unight was teto
tally left on Sunday. Not a "drop of
the creature" could be gotten for love
Mrs. F. II. Coleman, who has been
very eiolk for several days,*we are glad
to report is miuch better. We hope
the goodt lady will soon be restored to
The Methodist Church was crowded
with a large congregat ion ou Sunday
last, both mornting and evening, to
listen to the eloquent sermons delivered
by Rev. Mr. Denson.
(ur young friend Felix Ta)lor, has
been qtuite unwell with a case of grip.
Felix is a great help as assistant to his
tnntber in the post office and we are
glad to sde him out agaiu.
The polls for our long distance tele
phone are being brought to town, and
tsllQieW Y daye they will be put
uIp,ts nimmetse polls and look
Lamtyle Igoad size trees.
relre~t to say that both Judge
att A.l,,1. M. 3Kenetdy were gquite
Ieep Iarm pi (
Warner & Searles Co., invite lusper
lion of their complete and varied lin
v of men's and boys' clothing of all kind,
e such as is adopted to cold weathei
Their stock is selected with that rar
good judgment derived from long anu
n intimate experience with the trade aui
o the needs of the times. Every articl
- that they sell is guaranteed, and i
worth just what it is sold for; no m1or0
nor no Ives.
Money back if not suited.
e Mail orders receive prompt atten
r VARNER & SEAIRLES CO.,
9 Presiding Elder J [1. Martin, of thi
St. James A. M. E Church, who ha.
C been the presiding elder for the pas
I three years, is now in town on his cir
e cult, and will remain for several days
s lie is one of the best colored men it
e the country, and is straight forward
a and honest, and respected by the
white people of our town.. Last yea,
r when he was ready to go to confer.
ence, his church in town had a debt ol
$100 hanging over it, which he wanted
to report paid at the conlerence; but
he coldi not get a cent of the amoint,
and rather than report it unpaid, he
pulled the mioney out of' his own
pecket and wiped out the debt,which
was highly commendable for him to
Manie Gatewood, a colored boy
about fourteen years old, who has been
the boot black at Maben's barber shop
for sometime, was taken sick last Wed
nesday with fever and on Friday Dr.
W. I). Bell was called to see. him, who
I pronounced his case small pox. He
lives in the back part of town, and
those in the house with him are now
quarantined and there need be no fear
of the disease spreading. It is strange
how this boy should have contracted
the disease. Hle has been no place
and there has been no one in town by
which he could have gotten the
disease from as far as known.
WANTEl).--Cabahle, reitpble per
son in every country to represent
large company of solid financial repu
tation; $936 salary per year, pay able
weekly; $3 per day absolutely sure
and all expenies; straight, bona.tide,
definite salary, no commission; salary
paid each Saturday and expense moni
ev advanced each week STANDARD
HousE, 334 I)EARBORN ST., CHICACO.
It is reported that the Vicksburg &
Greenville Packet Co., have become
the owners of the steamer Natchez.
Captain (Mrs.) Leathers contradicts
the report, and there is likely to be
some trouble before they will relin
quish their hold on the steamer. The
Natchez is said to be one of the best
boats on the river as a carrier, and
very few can be run as cheap.
Mr. T..B. Tooke, of Arcadia, La.,
brother of Mr.J. W. Tooke,Jr., the pop
ular and accommodating cashier of the
Lake Providence Bank, arrived last
Friday and will spend a month or so
with his brother. He is a. heavy
weight like his brother, and we learn
is just as popular in Arcadia as his
brotheri is in Providence. We wish
him a pleasant visit.
Captain French, who owned the
showboat New Sensation, and has
been coming down the river every fall
for the pa t twenty years, and who
had the misfortune to lose his boat by
tire last fall on the lower coast, is in
Cincinnati having a new boat built,
and will have it completed by summer.
Edward Price is also having a new
show boat built.
Winterfield settlement,ae it is called,
is pretty thickly settled with colored
people, where it is said the small pox
has a splid foothold. It is reported
that there has been one or two deaths
from the disease and that several more
are down witb it. It don't seem to be
any persons businesq in the parish to
look into such a serious matter.
Miss Lizzie Purdy, daughter of
our former popular townsman, Capt.
J. C. Purdy, of Fayetteville, Ark., ar
rived last week on a visit to Capt. and
Mrs. V. M. Purdy, her aunt and uncle.
The Banner-Democrat wishes Miss
Purdy a plasanut visit.
The fireman's team, driven by Tom
Alexandria, ran over a small colored
boy last Friday. The boy bad the
side of his face badly cut and one foot
mashed. It was a narrow escape.
W.' N. White received an immense
lot of furniture on the Julia, coulisting
of wardrobes, bureaus, sideboaras.
beds and chairs. Mr. White has done
a larger business in the furniture
line this winter than in several years.
The gin of Mr. Hugh McGulre's, in
the lower part of town, under the care
of Mr. John Williams, baa been hum
ming all the season, and hbas turned out
sixteen hutslred bales, which is a pret
ty good.les of eotton.
Max IAvy ~dold like for tltct's I1t
abd *96 to be presented; the person.
hbelding thee. aumbters a eu4tHled to
* aewJr 5.,- Jes. .L -. Lewas
biY8;ui 4Ut a U mdei sees lesee
aIrtef , a-d
l)e VOE'S WEATHEIt FOIRECAST
f This month will enter with very
cold weather over the whole country,
and cold weather and storms of snow
and rain may be expeeted during the
month. 1st to 3rd. cold and cloudy,
followed by rain, and a great storm
forming over the lower Mississippi
valley will move eastward, causing
z heavy rains over the Gulf States on
the 4th to 6th, and snow blockades in
Ibe northern States. 7th to 9th, cold
wave. 10th to 13th, a storm will form
over Texas and move northward, caus
ing bheavy rains over the Ohio and a
cold wave over the Missouri valley.
14th to 16th pleasant. 17th to 20th, a
great storm will form over the Gulf of
Mexico, causing a cold wave over the
Gulf States, tollowed by snow and
rain. This storm will move up the
Atlantic coast, causing snow blockades
and cold weather in the eastern states
from the 21st to 23rd. 24th to 25th,
C' fair. On the 26th, another storm will
,e form over the lower Mississippi valley,
,' and moving northward will cause a
r. sudden rise in temperature over the
e Ohio valley, followed by rain on the
tI 27th to 28th.
t lt)eVoe says these forecasts are
ie made for the general conditions of the
is weather for the whole country, and
e, allowances must be made ou this ac
count for variations of temperature,
and rain or snow, in widely separated
' localities. Local storms cannot be pre
dicted with certainty.
The Salem levee is nearing comple
e tion, and on the tirst of next month,
s contract time, it is said that this itm
., mense embankment will be finished.
It is very seldom that a levee of this
l. Iength, nearly five miles, and sontain
n itg over a million yards of dirt, is
I finished in the srecified time. It often
e happens with the majority of con
I tracts, which do not contain half the
amount of dirt, that contractors are
f months over their time in-tinishing. Mr.
1 Robt. Nicholson, who is now about to
t see this immense and important levee
completed, was the successful bidder,
e and it was hardly a week after receiv
SbIig the contract before he had several
t htundred teams at work. We doubt if
there is another contractor who could
have been as prompt as Mr. Nicholson
, in starting off the work and finishing
it in the specified time. The govern
ment engineers, under whose supervis
ion this levee has been constructed,
have had no trouble or any disagree
ment with Mr. Nicholson, which
speaks well for him, and which is a
rare occurrence where the government
I has a hand. The Illawara, or Salem
levee, is one of the most important that
has ever been built, not only protect
ing the richest part of our parish from
inundation, but a.l the parishes on the
river as far down as Red river and
several back parishes. We cougratu
late Mr. Nicholson upon being able to
finish this large work on contract
J. S. Millikin will rc- I
cive lFel1)ruarl 1st-
Planting Potato s.
A person can't tell from the Green
ville papers whether there is small
pox in that city or not. Nothing is
said about it, and the only informa
tion gotten is what we get from per
sons coming from that city. The pa
pers of Greenville should give the
number of cases and number of deaths
occuring from this disease. The
Vicksburg papers are giving all the
information possible on the small pox
condition iu that city and along the
railroad, which is right and which the
readers of these papers appreciate.
Nothing ls hidden, as it is iu Greenville,
for fear of hurting its trade.
Last Saturday's Mayersville Specta
tor has the following to say about the
Cumberland Telephone Co., which is
about ready to give Providenice the 01
long distance telephone system: "It d
is said a good telephone service will
be given Lake Providence by the same
company that runs the old rattle
trap here. They say they are going
to lay a cable across the river from se
Ben 1omoud to Lake Providtence. If bt
the service to be furnished that place
is no better than that given us, it N
would be more profitable for Lake
Providence if the amount of money be ,
placed in a "'trot line:'" .
"Our Boys Clothing" b
ls appreciated by the boy who wears o
it, by the dother who sees it, and by at
the father who pays for it.
WARNER & SEARLES.
Vicksburg, Miss. P
The heavy fog last Tussday momning, jt
and again early Tuesday night put all t
steamboats behind time. The Belle
on Tuesday morning was lost in the
fog and was striking the opposite batnk
in front of Bell's lauding. The DI)ewey
was in sight Tuesday evening at 7 T
o'clock, but did not reach the lauding I
until Wednesday morning. Rough on
Mr. Jas. S. Millikin, the hustling v
merchant of Providence, is sending out d
drafts to frieuds and customers on the '
National Bank of Fortune, State of a
Happinees, for three hundred and
sixty-five happy days.
Mr. Rieves, the engineer of the big
gin for the past season, left for hisA
home in Texas last Saturday. He is a J
first class gentleman and understands
his business, and we hope to see him
back next seasons.
Mr. Henry Mabeu, the barber, has
be. sick tlhis week. We hope that he j
Ull be tap and attending to baiiness
In a few days.
Cot. W. II. Benjamin, j*. W. E.
Luolag and Mr. BreighatP, of the,
seoad ward~ wrne in tow one Wed- 1
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
M( W hite's.
IT IS TIME TO THINK ABOUT PLANTING!
EARLY ROSE, PEERLESS AND ,
TENNESSEE TRIUMPH POTATES.
At ASHBBRIDE'S Store.
W. LEIMANN'S JUG HOUSE,
Whisky, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Bottle and Keg Beer, and Fine Groceries.
ish. anld .Oystoers every PFrid.ay
A Fine Lunch Served at all Hours.
W. S. ASHFORD & CO.,
-Office, 366 FRONT STREET,
Wec make a Specialty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
A large mattress sunk at the.revet
meit works above town about two
months ago, broke its cables and came
to the surface on Monday and floated
off. It ls slid that there was not
enough of cables out aud not enugll
of rock on the mattress to weight it
down properly. The bank continues
Mr. and Mrs. Helem, of Greenville,
came down on the Belle Wednesday
on a visit to hier mother, Mrs. F. H.
Coleman, who has been quite sick for
several days, and who is now much
better, we are glad to report.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn left for
New Orleans Wednesday morning on
the magnificent New Orleans and
Bends packet steamer Dewey. They
will make the round trip, returning
next Friday evening.
Clerk of court Mr. Geo. F. BIack
burn, has been quite sick since last sat
urday, caused no doubt, from being
overworked at the term of court. We
are glad to see him entirely recovered
and out again.
Through the efforts of Mrs. Taylor
we will soon have a lock pouch fromn
Providence to the railroad, which will
be tound a great advantage and a
much quicker way of letters reaching
They tell us that the twelve year old
goose the bo as happened to mob a few
nights ago, cost them a dollar each.
Nice price to pay for tough goose.
They were lucky though to get ofi at
The sweet and pretty little daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. I, tl was
very sick last Saturday evening, and
during the first part of this week
We are glad to report her much bet.
Our friend Phil MeGuire, Jr., It
now happy, having re eived two pretty
Maltese kittens on 'Tuesdav evening
all tbhe way from Cincinnati Witt
Jack and the kittens Phil is all right
We had a pleasant call on Tnesdal
from Iev. J. W. Lampton and Rev. J
L. Elbert, two pronient colored dl
vines. They left us a large amount o
job work, for which we return thanku
To cure a co!d in one day, tak
Laxative Bro Quinine. All druggist
refund thll, m,ney i it fails ;o care
! 2.5cts. E. W. GIroves signature is o
each box. For sale at (Guenard's dri
Through the carelessness of the
Vic:ksburg Newspaper Union, our pa
per on the outside is dated wrong.
The big gin of the Providence Gin
Co.. is about to finish up the season,
and through its hustling manager,
Mr. Clark N. Hall, we learn that 2,612
bales of cotton has been gined. 1,837
bales of cotton was taken out of wag
ons and 775 out of the rooms. There
was only three small remnants left
over from this big ginning. Ed.
Brown had charge of the press room.
Silas Fulgum had hearge of the sack
room, who turned out 26,000 sacks of
seed. Mr. C. P. Rieves was the engi
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of Braxton House
in this issue, who wishes to let his old
friends and customers know that he is
still running a first class meat market,
and will always keep on hand the
best meat, pork and muuou that can
be secured. His shop is on the north
side of Lake street, opposite Whit.
tington's old stable.
Mr. Charl-y Roberts, who has had
the pneumonia for the past two weeks,
is reported very low, and as we go to
press he was just living. A loving
sister, who lives at Rolling Fork,
Miss, has been at his bedside for
several days administering to his
The best perscriptiou foY chilli
Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic. No cure
no pay. For sale at Gueuard~s drug
Col. Phil McGuire lef on the Bells
of the Bends last Wednesday, we pre.
sumne for New Orleans.
is still in Business
a.d continues to handle the fines
3Beef, Pork and Muttoe:
Your patronage is respectfully askei
Sand satitf:tction guaranteed.
(- Shop right across the stree
Sfroim the old Whittington StMe.
SAM GALANTY aFRED. GALANlTY
S. G1 go -ig
- DEALERS IN -
Dry Goods, Colthing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Trutilxs, TValioea, Ovrer Shoes.
I Everpthing in our store is new and fittelass, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Ottice or Express Money Orders.
--- TILE FOLLOWING RATES----.
Not exceeding $ 5,00 .05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15c $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25,. andt on up at rate of 25c per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fillout application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR.,'Cashier.
R. J. BURNEY & CO., i
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence, La.
' Dealers in
" Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
7verythinag for Ladiese
E3verything for Gentlemae n
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
VirWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a'first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call. j
e Billiard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M CUIRE, Proprietor,
0Next to 1Max Levy'Ns Big Clothing Store,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
Lake Providence, a Louliaana,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, C gars and To
bacoo. Keep.on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; L T. Rippey, ex, orta. and reimported; J. E. Pepper,
Saud-made sour mach Bourbon; Jockey Club, hand-made sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Becliwood, pure Rye.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
McBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, iam
Sported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and must seieot
stock of this clais b goods ever brought to this market. No ex
ttr eharge fo) jugs.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
SJ S. &L.IEN RRD, PeOPRIaToR
.sala.e Strieet. alsa.e ,Providen3ce., Lsa
D)rug, Jedicinc, GhemiCal$, $atcnt cdiCine.
tarries a Vtill liile of Pairts, Oils, Irarrils~es,
3rshbles, Woliet Soaps, Per~ibnery, Books, Fire
Statiorery arid Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old i 1 lia1ble Grooer~ cIouse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kiMaS tfFahoy Far-lv GQrexeies
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Cann.d GOods. We carry
alarge line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
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- You will never feel that way If
'yon wear clothes made by
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]FRAME. Come in and pick out the goods
FV 'kyourself from the finest line of samples you
one of these suits. The Fit and the Ouality
are there. What more do you want If the
price is right? We will wsee to THAT, and
you will get more satisfaction than you
ever had before.
you will get a shade the best of it, so do
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We do all kinds of Job Work,