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I1(' W ronr ;idC )f Lake street.
City Council, a liwe Cigar for 5ts, and Royal Reception, the
best Cigar on the Market for 1Octs, AT LEHMAN'S.
ElIA 4Alt()N<. MIan,,:tnrer, e ()hwtn . IL:r. I p1rcse ted by Nathan Bach.
Saturday, June 8, 1901.
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Real Estate 1A co nt,
LAKE FROVIDENDE, LA,
Will prt:ce iie litCourtsD of /East
Ca ;jil, W -t (artil a:od t!:tlisou
.JOHN A. MONTG;OMERY, Notary
Putlit, C11rt Stenogrtaphci and Fire
l -irI'i ·ic' A , u .I i w illy ofice.
Clifton F. Davis,
Et-ra1 I r tatto Agt..
HAV\INa; J.FT IN ISF1 A 'o l I.t1cT
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DOCTORS BELL AND PIERGCE.
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iot'al and Parish News.
We, are gttitng a L,:ie oo nt) cil;
rain for th:e rop.
Mr. Fratik .11ti;uire rectived a barge
of d on Monday.
'Thl big saw in!!ll i now eendingZ in
lirat class shingles.
Several cabins ai being orecled in
the lower part of town.
Work is now going on at a rapid
rate on the court house.
After falling several feet the river )o
again rising at this polut.
There is going to be a uig tiuie in
Providence on the 2nd of July.
Several b ik mauson arrived Sun
day, and are now at work on the new
'I here was all kinds of scratching
done by the voters in the town election
Most of the papers report that it
was a regular tbunco gamie at Memphis
during the reuiiuon.
The establiehbwuaeta where whisky is
dold, were clostd Monday ont accout
of the town election.
Several of the second ward boys
were up to town Tuesday night to at
tend the K. 1'. uweting.
Mr. Hugh Monigotmery has returned
from Cooper's Well. Glad to sec hinm
improved from the trip.
With the election of the new board
of aldermen, they should now try and
have first elass sidowalks.
Patronize the ice cream parlor, con
ducted by the ladles every ''hurday
evening at the Opera House.
Guenard's soda w ater fountain is
kept busy on Saturday's. It excels
the soda water sold in ci ties.
The pr.o-veditgs of the called meet
ing of the Poltice Jury, ehhl o1, Friday
last, is published in t is ~sue.
The Opera HIouse i a nice place to
take Your tlste girl to every Flhur day
evetlitg for a iauei r ,t, ext cellent ie
The pretty and bright little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mi-. M. M. Goodwin
was baptied by iaev. Mr. Boberg on
Stltthn ty last.
Bud Sttl li Ia" betlt ill town this
week talk Itg ab,,ta good cigars,
whisky, and tie tiule tim e le had at
Char lee eaI of lendero, ltook
Ing as bandaoume as ever, wase up to
tow. last Sutusy to spend the day
with his tolks..
rnihetnaber that the ladefoe oel the
Eplscopal chuirvl serve dl'liciois ice
creaml at the Opera ilouie overy
Thu y rsd nia ei ling.
'The irst peaches of the season were
for sale oi out stre ets laet Saturday.
They cam- frotm the Shelburu place at
athe head ol se lake.
Preparastions are going to be .made
to lhave a large crowd i town on July
end, itte day of laying thecorner stone
of our i(tw e oIurI Ihouse.
Mr. N. R. White, who is tahe agent
for the Iambtenr bi,-ycle, received three
wheels Wednesday. Mr. White has
solo fifteet whecls for this company.
The jury cotnminsloners will meet
on Munday next to draw the grand
and petIt jurus for the criminal "term,
begiuning on the firet Mouday in July.
Rev. Mr. Botcrg wishea us to an.
uounce t.hat Sunday, toe 16th, will be
his last Siuaday here before leaving for
Sewante, ta here he will remain for the
next ftouar or live aaoutha.
1!nu. lobt!. : i: tn waiS U to
town last F Fi sla ;', at tendi a ,aliled
meeting of the t',l ee Jury. lie in
formed us that hi halI star ted tin his I
work for the Nat intal Park at Vicks
burg, and that ibe fouod it was much
beiter in taking down dirt than put- a
tilg it up.
It rained early Monday morning,
und it was feared that it might cou
tinue during the ,aNy, but it cleared up
about 8 o'clock, tnd tield work was
not interfered with. 'l'h6 crops art.
looking fine, and witlb good weather
both cotton and ct'rn will, turn out
well in East Carrol,
Col. Jno. A. l; c, cnr, ib:e big cotton
planter of the setl: :.i ward, was in
town on Tuesday. :ie ufornmed us
that be bad a [leri.iu- tite at Ment
phis and met sevtrnl! cf his old war
time friends. C' 1. Bul,:k; .r will take
in the Plan.Anr, i:ti! Expoljtion at
Buffalo during tr, mueth.
Donovan &, 1)a icy, the hustling
levee contractors, will finish up their
rontract aloug the troti of town dur
iug the first two or three days of next!
w.eCk, when they :i, 3jove down on
the Atchafalaya, w'hret they have!
several contru(act. l'hey are hustling
leavete men and we tis them success.
Miss Carrie Bt trley, the band
some and popular datgtler of Mr.
,'rank Byerley, 'e:, !aft tdurlay tors
Carey. Miss., where she will spend a
few days and thent liov foIr Vt gtnia,
where she will rsp*nd tile sttumntert
.iaiting relative;. 'ihe lIaaner-I)erno
crat wishes Miss Carrie a pleasatti
Congressman Joy. I. Ianaoell and
wife left for New ()Orls last .i;iuay.
Mr. Ransdell went dtiwnu to go before
the Iltvers and liniarirs colttnittee0
ainns present the ihin)s of his con'
tit'tents. The coniIti!tee arrived in
New Orleans from Wtshianton on
'I hiursay and were cord,ally received
by the citizels of the Crescent City.
You may as well expect to rIu a
steam engine without water as to find
an active, energetic lman with a torpid
liver and you may know that his liver
in torpid when he does not relish his
food or feels dull atnl latnguid after 1
rat iog, ottt (n has heatilneo andl some
tilr,, dlizziness. A tew doses of
C:hr'tlerlain's Sto't,,'h and Liver
i'allt, t i ill restore thi liver to its nor
mnal tanctions, renew his -ita!ity, im
prove his digestion ant mtake him feel I
like a new man. trice. 25 cents.'
Samplles free at ( uenard's drug store
ars. Nellie lir Pearl, of Natchez, I
has Ieaci the Lake View flotel. and t
proposes to run a first class place I
Srt. -Pr~,ta arees highly. recormmended, '
avging hben in the hotel iusiesee for
.everal gears, and who ifornlts us that
-he will keep a first tlas~ table and
uicely furnished rooms. Her rates
will hbe 2.00 a day. We bespeak for
the lady a ahare of the public patron.
Mrs. T. .1. Powell and Mrs. W. C.
Mclco went down to Vicksburg on
he ella ilast Sunday, returuing Tues
lay norurntg. They went down to
meet Mr. and Mrs. A. G;. Chaffe of
)linden, who were on their way to
'ooper's Well. The children of Mr.
tud Mrs. Chaffe returned with them.
Iheir parents will join them htere in the
text few weeks, when they will re
nain somettme visiting relatives.
We had a pleasant visit on Mouday
rom Mr. Win. Fenton, chief engineer
Af the Cote railroad project. Mr.
Fenton informed us' that he has
teeured almost the entire right of way,
und that he would have no trouble in
secnring the balance as soou as the land
)waers had been seen. That the cons
pany had the capital to build the
otad, and that be could not see any
-easou why it should not gt through
Mrs. F. E. Artaud received a tele
ratn ot Tuesday from her husband
as ing he had left San Fratnleco that
jay for New Orleans.' Mrs. Artaud
and her soui Frank left Wednesday to
neet the l)octor, who arrived in that
ity yesterday. It is now two years
rtace he left for the Philipiinee, and '
Lc are ituortned that Dr. Artaud Is
glad to get homue' once agal;in. After
remainmug in New Orleans a few days
hey will return here.
Call at J. S. (;uenard's drug store
anal get a free atmple of Chamberlain's
tonach atld Liver'Irablets. Th'ey are
an elegant physic. 'rheyv also improve
)the appetite, str.engthen the digestion
and regulate the liver and bowels.
"hey are easy to take and pleasant in
If you have anythinug of a local
tature ·etad it in to us or stop us onl
the street and let us know. It is iTa.
possible for us to get all the news,
Rspecially arrivals and departutres.
Our citizets who made the round
trip to the Confederate re-nunion at
Memphis, speak in glowing terms of
he treatment received at the hands of
the officers of the steamer Delta.
It is reported that the rain and hail
was very heavy from Headersondown
on Friday evenuing of last week. The
ball was targe and there was some
damage done to the crOps.
The town election has passed, and
my wha scratching was done by the
voters. It looked like that some who
took part In the publio meeting
did not stick to its doings.
The town was crowded last Satur
day, but there was very little bausiness.
Ice, wholesale and
o The electiOn last Monday for town
1+t otilic.'rt, .oInststing of mayor, marshal,
secretary, tteasurer and five council.
a sei,. went off without any exritement,
t. aun no one could hardly tell that
h an election was going on. The ticket
-oontiuated at the mass meeting was
elected, although there was a terrible
lot of scratching. The number of
votes cast was 93, out of a registration
of 123, and 18 of the 93 votes cast
P were spoiled ballots and were thrown
c Those who were elected and the
r number of votes received by others,
t is as foilowp:
n M. Franklin.. ............ ......... ri
I . L. Hill ....... ............ 1
u FOR M.i.? l1ILA L.
i). ,'. I+.,k. . . . ..... . ·.. .... .. 64
1'. :. Blou t......... ..... . ... . 10
F I C
a W. . F Hrli er..... . . . ........ ;
i?'I . I2C 'I; A 1'"1. S l
Yaneev BP li .. t%
F, I(t A LDEI:MF.N.
r Cttr A ns It. E g e ll) . ...... ...... ............ w ::
N . F o s r e ...................... .. . ... 9
t .J. \ . Pittian ........ ........ ....... 09
W 14. S. ilaguire ..... .. 4
\ M . 'urdy ............... 24
Captain Purdy was not a candidate
for alderman and did not know that
he was being voted for. lie received
. quite a cot1tplitmePtary vote. Neither
was Mr. Ilill a candidate.
a FASHION'S WHEEL IS
, EVER TURNING.
S _tyles and "Il, Ine as well as in cut
t arre const'antl changinlg.
But-rithe one thing that has remain
ed conl!tallt, has never varied in the
d eaSt !artl'lasr, is thle WA RNER &
IShlAILEAS ( U, A L 1 T Y Clothing,
Shirt., Und,:rwear, liats-anything
)Uu ianit, and all good.
Money back if not'suited.
1 Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARlNER & SEARlES CO.,
a Vicksburg, Miss.
Sd aves Two From Death.
'r Our little daughter had an almost
, fatal attack of whooping cough and
r broucthitis," writes .M1rs W. K. flavi-hj
) laud, of Arnionk, N. Y., "but, when
, all other remnedies failed. we raved her
r life with D)r. King's New L)iscovery.
(Our nicce, who had consumption it, alt
advanced stage, alo used this wonder
, ful medicine and to-day she is perfectly
well" Desperate throat and lung
e diseases yield to Dr. King's New Dis
covery as to no other mutdicine on
earth. lufalliibk fur Coughs and
tI Colis. 50c and $1 00 bottles guaran
a'teed by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
1, Trial bottles free.
The DIelineator, published by The
d Butterick Publishing Company, 17,
a West 13th street, New York City, also
r in Paris, London and Toronto is on
kjour table. The Delineator for .lJuly
is the finest ever issued by the Butter
ick Co., and the latest fashions itt
colors, and the abort stories that the
n magazine contains, roakes it valuable
to every honme. No one should be
0 without it. Get the July number and
see the many attractive features that
0 it contains. Subscription rate $1.00 a
v year. Siugle copies 15c. Butterick
patterns can bo found at the store of
e J. S. Millikiu, and the Delineator at
Gucuard's book stand.
We are requested by a large number
y of the excursion party who went front
r our town and parish to the Memphis
r. reunion on the steamer Delta, to ex
, tend their thanks and high apprecia
tlon to Capt. Nowland, the steward
n and the other officers of this boat for
d, the courteous manner in which they
I- were treated; especially in serving
a them their meals after the first day in
y Memphis without charge to any of
h them. This was very kind and we
assure the officers of the IDelta that it
I A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured:
"At one time I suffered from a
d severe sprain of the ankle," says Geo
o E. Cary, editor of the Guide, Wash
t ington, Va. "After using several well
drecommended medicines Without sue
coes, I tried Chamberlaiu's, Pain Balm,
atnd am pleased to say that relief came
as soon as I began its use and a conm
Spletecure speedily followed.:' Sold at
G( ueuard's drug store.
The Texas and Pacific survey party,
Sare now in the back part of our parish,
e and by the end of the week will have
n finished through to the Arkansas linte.
SWe saw one of the party on Monday,
n who informed us that the line run was
in about three miles east of Floyd and
about the same distance east of Lane's
1i ferry. He said he did not think that
U another line would be run, and that he
I. did not know whether the present line
. would be the route or the one along
d The steamer Hill City, running be.
t tweon St. Louis and New Orleans has
Sgone to the bank. This leaves only
f one boat in this trade, the steamer City
of St. Louis.
S A young colored boy who was
n plowing in the Eyrie field on Mon
'e day, was struck in the stomach with
Ie the hqndles of the plow in some way,
which caused his death onu Tuesday.
d Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shields from
e Stambool, were the guests of Mr. and
o Mrs. J. N. Hill on Wednesday. They
_ returned Tharsday.
We call the attention of our readers
r- I to the catchy advertisement of Mr. W.
s. Lehman In thi issue.
iretail. Ice deliver
We take pleasure in copying the fol.
iowing highly comp!imentary notice
from the Daily Delaware (Ohio)
Journal, of the Vougbt boys, one of
whom Is Mr. Albert Vought, one of
:tte most higlly respected and pros
perous citizens of the second ward of
our parish. The Journal says:
"There are seven brothers in the
Vought family-all mighty good fel
lows; hustlers, industrious-their
names are Ed., Albert, Samuel,
George, Frank, Jesse and Alonzo.
"Aso time has jumped along from
year ti year every cue of the seven
brothers have held the same position
and each prou)oted out of it except one,
(Jesse, who is employed at Hoffman's.)
"This position h'lId by these boys is
the aoic of !ransfer clerk for the
American iExpress Company under
Mr. V. D). S~tedmsn, who has seen
five o; these boys go up higher and
the sixth one enter the harness.
"Mr. Ed. .Vought who has been
transfer clerk has been transferred to
baggage and expresenatn on the Big
Four between l)tlaware and Spring
field and his brother, Alonzo, takes
the duties of transfer clerk.
"Mr. Ed. Vought, who has just bees
n promoted, has faithfully worked for
l, the Americant Express Company for
ii. sixteen years, off and on, with credit
it to his employers and himself. He is
at to be congratulated."
et Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the
First National Bank of Winterset,
Iowa, in a recent letter gives some ex,
n perience with a carpenter in his his
et employ, that will be of value to other
mechanics. lie says: "I had a car
penter working for me who was
obliged to stop work for several days
on account of being troubled with
diarrhoea. I mentioned to him that I
had been lititarly troubled and that
Chamuberlaitn's Colic, Cholera and
l)iarthoea Remedy had cured me.
He bought a bottle of it from the
druggist here and informed eni that
onel dose ctured him, and he is again at
his work." For sale by J. S. Guenard,
There is a great deal of complaint at
the exorbitant charges being made
by personus who are taking up stock.
I it is said that some persons actually
go out and drive them up so as to got
the fees. We have been requested by
4S several of our country subscribers to
24 again publish the stock law passed by
to our Police Jury, which we do in this
at issue. It is very wrong for people to
td try to make a living out of such ia
er business, but it is said that some are
"l'The' Famous," the Ladies' and
G;ent's fnrnishing establishment, run
by Messrs. O. P. Hamilton and S. B.
ut Kennedy. two of our popular and
hustling young ten, have secured the
u- services of a tirst class tailor, and are
he prepared to take your measure and
& make your clothes to order. Repair
g, ing and cleaning done on short notice.
'g his is sometehing that has been needed
in Providence for sometime, and it
ought to pay these gentlemen.
en .4 Good Cough Medicine.
It speak, well for Chambherlain's
Cough tI, Rtncly when druggists use it
it, their own tamilies in prefernuce to
any other" "I have sold Chamber
la'n'. (:catgh Rentedy for the past
t five years wlth complete satisfaction
d to mvself and customers," says 1)rug
ji. jgiet .1. (Goldas ith, V\ao Ettet, N. J.
etI "I have always used it it myty on own
er family bothi for ordinary cotughls and
Coldh and for the cough tollowing la
i'ipple, atnd find It very etliea('iots."
SFor sale at .1. S. Guenard's drug store.
ly The 'c(,ice J.ury intend to make the
S2nd day of Jtlv the grandest day ever
had in Providentc. The corner atone
of our new court house will be
laid on that day by the Masonic
SLodge, and nio doubt a great many
visiting brethren will be invited to be
present. Arranigements will be made
be to make it a gala day for our pariah,
7, and the whole thitig will wind up with
so public speaking and a barbecue. The
)i citizens ought to do th eir best in bring
ly iing together tho largest crowd ever
r. assembled in our town.
The Police Jury has borrowed from
the Lake Providence Bank $16,500 at
the rate of 6 per ceut. interest, which
d money will be used in paying for
the erection of the court house.
at he members of the Police Jury
k thought that it was .better to bor
row the money at this low rate of in
Sterest thaI to issue bonds for a termni
at of years, which was suggested at first.
er We have decided to re
a duce the price of every
Sthing in our store. From
oa- 110w o011 OUr s ummll er
d goods and. millinery goes
at your own figures.
g Visit us and he con
The Great Bargain Store,
Cor. Lake & Levee--North
Didn't Marry for Money.
h- The Boston mati, who lately married
ll a sickly rich young woman, is happy
Snow, for he got Dl)r. King's New Life
, Pills, which restored her to perfect
e health. Infalliable for Jaundice, Bil
l lousnesse, Malaria, Fever and Acue and
at all Liver andlStomnach troulles. Gentle
but effective. Only 25e at Guenard
" Mrs. W. 1 Ornsler, of Greenville,
harrived on the D)elta last Friday to
re spend a few weeks with her friend,
e. Mhrs. I. C. Martin. This is Mrs.
SOrnsler's first visit to our town and
ws e wish her a pleasant stay.
' The sidewalk on the north side,
at from the corner of Lake antd First
be streets to the corner of Scarborough
me street, ought to have somne attention
)g from the street atid bridge committee.
It is in a fearful condition.
e- Mr. Joe Stockner, of Baird, Miss.,
as brother of our excellent parishioners,
ty Messrs. Max and Alex 8td6cktter, has
t7 been their guest for several days.
Mr. Stockner will remain this week,
and we wish him a pleasant visit.
f- Hon. Joe. K E.RusdeiLi Mr. E J.
th Hamley and Mr.. J. S. Milfltg have
7,, donated to the Gole road ground
enough for their depot, warehouse and
side tracks, and are ready to give
more if necessary.
Those who got up Thursday morn
ing about four o'clockl, say that the
rs heavens looked feasrul with raging,
V. churoing black elouds. The lightning
and thunder was something terrible.
red free in any part
S PoR I N G
Is here. Man is preparing to shed his
It's our business to show him the proper
things in dress for this first Spring of the
And we have the "proper things"-
nothing more proper anywhere beautiful
textures-beautiful weaves-beautiful tai
The Royal Tailors, of Chicago, are
our tailors. They have sent us some six
hundred patterns in the latest Spring and
; Summer suitings. Look them over. We'
think you'll like them-and that you'll
want a new suit from one of them and
perhaps a new Spring overcoat.
If you can beat the goods-the style
-the fit-the tailoring-we don't expect
your patronage; but you can't-you can't
even match them at the price.
Don't fail to see our big line of Cassi
' meres and Worsteds, Outing Flannels and
Remember, every garment tailored to
your measure-tailored the way you want
it tailored tailored without any help from
the ,"sweat shop," and guaranteed to please
you or we keep it.
W. N. WHITE, A(iT.,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
T/HE OLD RELIABLE
d' HEADQUARTERS FOR Q4
IA Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. a
.r " BILLIB.R dco 1=OO1". XP 7 .i.
Schlitz \ilw'utkco Bottle Beer and Christian .
• ,. Moerlein Keg 3cer always on hand.
S"OLD FORESTER" A SPECIALTY. .
b q Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors.
* HILL'S MEAT MARKET
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town
S Patronage sohcited. Guarantee promptness.
- Call us up over either 'phone,
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AT THE OPERA HOUSE
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT.
A Beautiful Drama to be
Presented by Home Talent.
The beautiful Drama, "The Queen
of the South," written by Miss Mary
V. 1)uvol, one of the most gifted of
Mississippi's bosts of brainy women,
and dedicated to the Daughter's of
the Confederacy, will be presented
at the Opera House by local talent of
our town, on Friday evening next,
June 14, 1901. This drama will be
for the benefit of the Edward Spar
row Chapter to assist in erecting a
monument to the Confederate sold
Let the Opera House be crowded
for this worthy object.
Reserved seats dow on sale at
Guenard's drug store.
It is to be hoped that the planters
will get off with little rain this mothb.
They have Onue prospects for a good
crop, and if this mouth passes without
an excess of rain, they should make an
Services at the Catbhollc, Methodist
and Episcopal churches to-morrow.
The Iron bridge to cross Teosse is a
long time in getting here. It is badly
needed to replace the old wooden
bridge that has become very danger
E All of the excursionists returned on
the Delta. They report having had a
royal time. Some of them had all
they could eat, while some of them
didn't fare so well.
e The large plate glass doors in the
dry goods store of Mr. W. N. White
were broken on Wednesday by a
strong gust of wind blowing them to
n getber. This is quite a lose to Mt.
t Rev. Mr. Boberg wishes us to an
nounce that there will be a meeting of
I the Vestry of Grace Church on
If Tuesday next. the 11th inst., and that a
full attendance of the members is re
Seven Years In Bed.
e "Will wonders ever cease?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law.
rence, Kab. They know she had been
a unable to leave her bed in seven years
I- on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general de
bility; but, "Three bottles of Electric
d Bitters enabled me to walk," she
writes, "and in three months I felt like
Lt a new person." Women suffering
from Headache, Backache, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Faint
ing and Dizzy Spells will find it a
T priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfac.
I tion is guaranteed. Only 60 cents at
d Guenard's drug store.
u BSAVE YOUR TIN TAGS
Taken from the following brands of
tobacco: Showt Down, Bob Hancock,
it Chip, Red Heart, Dewey Trost and
Uncle Henry and ask your merchantto
show you the hthograph hanger Ive
a sent him, showing cuts of forty useful
Y and handsome presents, which we are
n giving away until Jan. 1. 1902, in re
r- deeming these tags. Wrte for list of
IIAN4COCK BROS. & CO.
S T:abaccu Manufacturers,
SAM GALANTY I i t . . far.a .
S. Gala i& B., "
- DEALERS IN---
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Tran2iI; , T. alioele. COver: Sah oeas.
If'Everpthing in our store is new and first class,,and we
solicit a liberal share of, yonr patronage
-THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Corner Lake and Levee Street-ENorth Side.
- DEALER IN----
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and GEN T' Furnishings.
.We also carry a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extramely low.
ll&'I respectfully ask a share of, the public patronage, and guarante to
treat every one right.
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 Office or Express Money Orders.
--.. THE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00.05c. $ .5.00 and not exceeding $2.5. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $60, 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20e
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and 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. Tbero are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial.
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
i f R. J. BURNEY. :
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence,La
- Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
MIverything for Ladiem.
ElverytbhlnEg for G-entlemeIn
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
8lWe 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.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
.. J S. UIEN#:RD, PnoP.,TroR
rJarso 1i;1reet. Zllea Pro~ridence. Zea-,
T)gugg, Jedipinel, Chemigal, patent Jedigine.
(arries a fbll lilne of Palts, Oils, far1sles,
Brlsles, Foliet Soaps, Pertbrqery, Books, irne
Statiorery aqd Glas.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All k~iads ifF'a y FBi'rvily Gicsaetie
We invite you to call and see oar Stock of Canqed Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We bu~y for cash
and secure the disconut, therefore we oan sell for a small profit.
juat mreeved4 ao t
can make yoeeo s
I . the n e -at
d arbe right "
ron heir c O nt d and w .
We do all kinds of Job Work.
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